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

Nicholas Hocker

Male Bef 1693 - Aft 1726  (> 35 years)


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  • Name Nicholas Hocker 
    Born Bef 1693 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1726  Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I126168  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father Family Hawker-Hocker 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F33288  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Sophia MNU Hocker,   b. Bef 1697,   d. Aft 1716, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 21 years) 
    Children 
     1. Mary Hocker,   b. 19 Feb 1714, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     2. Philip Hocker,   b. 15 Jul 1716, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1774, Frederick County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 58 years)  [unknown]  [natural]
     3. William Hocker,   b. 1721, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Jul 1800, Montgomery County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F47820  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === land mentioned
      Bradford, John, planter, Prince George's County, 26th March, 1726; 11th May, 1726.
      Testator states that certain debts are due, chiefly to Mr. John Hyde and sons,, mcht., in London, and to the orphans of Mr. James Butler, of Md., dec'd, and empowers exs. to sell following tracts for benefit of estate:
      1 A. "Tannyard"' with dwelling nr. town of Nottingham, Prince George's Co.; 3 lots in sd. town with storehouse, etc.; 180 A. "The Farme," lying (bet. Tannyard and storehouse bou. of William Austin and wife, now in tenure of Robert Saunders and Samll. Heigh; 35 A. "'Will's Good Will,"on Patuxent Ck.; 78 A. "Joseph's Good Luck," on Mattapany Ck., bou, of Mr. Wm. Joseph, and tract adj.; 260 A. "Essex Lodge" bou. of Wm. Cood, of St. Mary's Co.., and tracts adj.; 125 A. "Dunbar" and 31 A. "Anglice" bou. of Robert and John Orme, of Prince George's 'Co., last 4 tracts being under care of Charles Drury as overseer; 280 A. "Burbidg," Hynson Dr., tenure of John Cumberland; 300 A. woodland and 500 A. "Plain Dealing," nr. hd. of Goose Ck.; 300 A. "Substraction,"on Hegoe Br., tenure of James Hook and Nichs. HOCKER; 290 A. of "Addition to Charley Forrest," nr. hd. of North Br.,' Patuxent R., surveyed for Michael Dean; 100 A. '"Scotch Ordnary," about 2 miles below first falls of Potomac, bou. of Robert Cook and wife, in tenure of Adam Strawhan and John Benedict Benzen; 300 A. "Batchelors Hall," on n. w. branch of Eastern Br., Prince George's County, made over by Wm. Fitzredmond, dec'd; 83 A. of "Generosity," on pt. of which tract the church at the Eastern Br. stands. Also 7 tracts, viz. 2 islands in Potomac, R., "Island of Walnut Trees" and '"Fair Isle", "Concord", and "Progressive." on main land over against afsd. islands; "Sinicar" at mouth of Sinicar Ck., and tract at mouth of Long Acre Br.; the 7th tract lies back of plantation called "'Sugarlands"; these 7 tracts cont. 4500 A. taken up with Daniel Dulany., Esq.., of Annapolis, testator's share 2250 A. Two other tracts, n. w. br. of Patuxent R. 2 miles above William Sheppards, in Prince George's Co.,100 A. " Hygam. "and. 116 A. "Discovery,"bou. of Wm. Renshaw and his wife (unnamed); 217 A. "Jacob," on lower falls of Potomac., in tenure of Henry Chamberlin and William King; 300 A. "Argile Cowell and "Lorn," Piney Br., Rock Ck., bou. of Randolph Blake, in tenure of Peter Hyatt; 780 A. of "Charley Forrest.," 2 miles above Snowdons Mannour; 4792 A. "'Bradford's Rest," on br. of Rock Ck, cont. 3 plans., now in care of Wm. Deveron, overseer, and 2 tenements occupied by William Woffort., Jr., and Wm. Mackcoy.
      To wife Joyce, dwell. plan. 400 A. Haddocks Hills (bou. of Michael Ashford., with 100 A, "as Good as any" adj., bou. of John Deakins) during life, and 1/2 personal estate,
      To son John and hrs., cottage,, pasturage, etc., nr. village of Thinkinson in Co. of Leicester, Gr. Britain, bequeathed testator by uncle John Smith, of the town of One Leap in sd. County, also land nr. Town of Stoak Gelding,, in Leicester County, now in poss. of father John Bradford, of sd. town, these parcels known as Wykin Hole, Peggs Wykin Hole, Olden Close, Peggs Olden Close to pass to son John at decease of father; also 500 A. "Seaman's Delight" adj. "'Haddocks Hills" and 200 A. "Cuckolds Delight"' bou. of John Davis and Davis Mackdaniel, now in tenure of sd. Davis; 1200 A. "Sugarlands,"on Potomack R.., and after decease of wife Joyce "Haddocks Hills" and "As Good As Any"; and 1/2 personal estate,
      To sister Mary Jones, 253 A. "Fletchall's Chance", upper side Rock Ck., during life; at her decease, to her 2 sons Evan and John Jones and their hrs.
      Exs.: Wife Joyce, son John, James Carroll and bro. Thomas Gant. Wife to see that whatever is due estate of Mrs. James Butler be pd., to her children out -of personal estate, Thomas Gant to have charge of education of son John during his minority.
      Test: Notley Rozer, Dan'l. Watts, Edward Sprigg,, John Nelson.
      Note: James Carroll and Thomas Gantt renounce as exs. of above will.
      Test: Phill. Briscoe, Stephen Cannold, Jr. 18.464.

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