Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Peregrine Browne

Male Bef 1665 - Abt 1713  (> 48 years)


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  • Name Peregrine Browne 
    Born Bef 1665  London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Abt Aug 1713  London, Middlesex, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I111775  Tree1
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2022 

    Family 1 Mary Frisby,   b. Abt 1659, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 22 Oct 1674, Cecil County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 15 years) 
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F25026  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Mary Frisby,   b. Abt 1669 
    Children 
     1. John Browne,   b. 8 Oct 1690, St. Dunstan's Parish, Stepney, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 9 Jan 1728 and 1729, Baltimore County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F35216  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Mary Frisby, wife of Peregrine Brown, is likely the daughter of James Frisby (d. 1674), as her brother James is described as the brother-in-law of Peregrine Brown.
      Source: A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse
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      Capt. Peregrine Brown 36A.133 I {1714}
      Merchant in London. This entry is crossed out.
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      Capt. Perregrine Browne 36A.138 I £314.0.0 Dec 14 1713 Mar 4 1713
      Merchant in London.
      Appraisers: William Comegys, D. Pearce.
      Creditors: Edward Scott, M. Tilden.
      Mentions: Mr. Joseph Browne, Mr. Richard Smith.
      List of debts: Mr. William Commigis.
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      Peregrine Browne, Jr. 38B.112 A KE £10.7.1 {1716}
      Payments to: Daniell Dufty, Dr. Symmons.
      Administrators: Richard Bennett, Thomas Smith.
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      Mr. Peregrine Brown, Jr. 36A.187 A KE £76.14.2 £199.16.9 Apr 19 1713
      Received from: Mr. John Christian, Mr. John Ward.
      Appraisers: Mr. Samuell Thomas, Thomas Finer.
      Payments to: Mr. Henry Sluyter, Mr. William Dare, Mr. Edward Scott, Morrice Davise, Mr. James Harris, Richard Bennett, Capt. Edward Scot, Dr. Bart. Browne, Clement Barkestone, Mr. Joseph Browne (son of Capt. Peregrine Browne).
      Administrators: Col. Thomas Smith of Kent County, Mr. Richard Bennett of Queen Anne's County.
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      John Cambell 32C.92 I SM £36.9.8 Apr 18 1711
      Appraisers: Henry Spinke, John Ford.
      Creditors: Robert Ford.
      Next of kin: John Ross, William Harris.
      List of debts: Mr. Peregrine Brown.
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 114a: Indenture, 16 May 1704
      From: Thomas Roper of Prince George's County
      To: Peregrine Browne, merchant of London in the Kingdom of England
      For 50L a tract of 100 acres of Roper's Chance and part of a tract of land laid out for Roper for 300 acres warranted to him by Robert Tyler of Prince George's County in the freshets near the west side of the Patuxent River; along with 2 servants by the name of Robert and Anne Paine during the time of their service
      Signed: Thomas Roper (mark)
      Witnessed: Francis Collier and James Martin
      Factor: Thomas Wainwright factor for Cap. Peregrine Browne
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 22: Indenture, 28 Nov 1710
      From: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County
      To: Peregrine Brown, merchant of London
      For 24£/14s/lp/3f Ryley sells 300 acres of a tract called Scott's Lott in Prince George's County formerly in Calvert county now in Prince George's County; lying to one of the dividing branches of Patuxent called Collington; bounded by James Moore and beginning bounded oak proved by oath of James Moore and Ninian Beale
      Signed: Hugh Ryley
      Witnessed: Edwd. Willett and Francis Doggett
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 53: Indenture, 15 Mar in the 9th year of the reign of Queen Ann
      From: Joshua Cecell* of Prince George's County
      To: Peregrine Browne, merchant of London
      For 180£/5s/8p a 200 acre parcel of land lying formely in Calvert County called The Majesty; located on the north side of Western Branch of the Patuxent; bounded by Alexander Magruder and Richard Ladd; another tract of 500 acres called Grovehurst formerly in Calvert County now in Prince George's County on the head of the Beaver Dam Branch which comes out of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River; bounded by Henry Lowe and His Lordship's Manor
      Signed: Joshua Cecell
      Witnessed: James Stoddard, Frederick Claudius
      Memo: 29 Mar 1711 Joshua Cecell and his wife Mary Cecell acknowledged deed
      *The name is spelled various ways in the deed; most common spelling is Cecell
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 109: Power of Attorney
      Peregrine Brown appointed Richard Smith of the Patuxent River as his attorney Signed: Peregrine Brown (seal
      Witnessed: C. Butler, John Wise, Thomas Johnson
      Proved in open court on oath of C. Butler; Jn°. Ghippes, Clk. of St. Mary's County
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      James Powell 8.313 I £57.11.0 May 15 1685
      Appraisers: Mathew Dare, Richard Whitton,
      Mentions: Mr. Peregrine Browne.
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      1710-1713 Middlesex County Order Book; page 10
      Middlesex County Court 7th of March 1710/11
      - BROWN v GRAVES, refd
      The action of Debt between PEREGRINE BROWN, Plt. and ALEXANDER GRAVES, Defendt. is referred till the next Court
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      1710-1713 Middlesex County Order Book; page 44
      Middlesex County Court 5th of September 1711
      - BROWN v GRAVES, refd
      The action of Debt between PEREGRINE BROWN, Plt. and ALEXANDER GRAVES, Defendt. is referred at the Defendt.'s request
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      1710-1713 Middlesex County Order Book; page 55
      Middlesex County Court 1st day of January 1711/12
      - BROWN v GRAVES. Judgmt
      In an action of Debt between PERRAGRINE BROWN, Plt. and ALEXANDER GRAVES, Defendt. for nine thousand pounds of every way well conditioned tobacco due by Bond dated the sixth day of July 1706, the Defendt. this day appeared and confest Judgment for four thousand five hundred pounds of every way well conditioned clean tobacco, it being the condition of the Bond, which the Defendt is ordered to pay to ye Plt. with costs ale exo
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      1712-1714 Middlesex County Order Book; page 131
      Middlesex County Court 8th July 1713
      - BROWN v GRAVES, Judgmt
      In the suit by scire facial between PERREGRINE BROWN, Plt. and ALEXANDER GRAVES, Defendt. for the renewing a Judgment of this Court granted to the Plt. agatinst the Defendt. dated the 1st day of January 1711, for four thousand five hundred pounds of every way well conditioned clean tobacco, the Defendt. not shewing any cause why the Judgment should not be renewed, the Judgment is hereby renewed to the Plt and ordered the Defendt pay him the same together with former and present costs als exo. Execution issued July 1713

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