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

James Bowling

Male 1636 - 1693  (57 years)


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  • Name James Bowling 
    Born 1636  Chorley, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 10 Oct 1693  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I129554  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father Hugh Bowling,   b. 6 Aug 1591, Chorley, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Sep 1651, St Wilfred's, Standish, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Ellen Finch,   b. 9 Jun 1586, Wigan, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 9 Apr 1616  Chorley, Lancashire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F3193  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Mary Brooke,   b. Abt 1659, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1742, St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel County. Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years) 
    Married Abt 1675  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F13091  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Anne MNU Bowling,   b. Bef 1643, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1663, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 22 years) 
    Married Abt 1659  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F27016  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      7th May, 1692 - 10th Oct., 1693.
      Will of JAMES BOWLING of St. Mary's Co, MD
      To brother Thomas, 100 A., "Keet's Rest;" 100 A., "Miller's Choice;" 125 A., "Chesam;" 152 A., "Charley," and 150 A., "Bowling's Plains," all in St. Mary's Co.
      To Richard HUBBARD, Joseph SPEAKE, and to cous. Bowling SPEAKE, personalty.
      Wife Mary, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including "Calvert's Hope."
      Overseer: Father-in-law Henry DARNALL.
      Test: Henry DARNALL, Jas. CULLEN, Wm. BOREMAN, Jr., Thos. CLARKE. 2. 272.
      By codicil testator gives to brother Thomas land nr. Newport Town, and to wife Mary land in Newport Town and land purchased from Maj. Wm. BOREMAN. To his nephew, John BOWLING, and hrs., he gives a certain plantation (unnamed) nr. Newport Town after the death of his brother Thomas, sd. John's father. By sec. Codicil dated July 17th, 1692, testator orders that should wife Mary die without issue, all lands bequesthed to her should pass to Roger and then to John, sons of brother Thomas, and their hrs. To Cous. Millesent HIGDEN, personalty.
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      Capt. James Bowling 13A.176 I SM £654.15.3 Jul 26 1694
      Appraisers: John Addison, William Hutchinson.
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      James Bowling 14.105 A CH £654.15.3 £96.9.4 Feb 23 1696
      Payments to: Mr. Thomas Bowling, John Speake, John Smith (carpenter), James Cullens, Thomas Hussey, John Burros, John Waden, Luke Dobson, Thomas Preson, John Bradsher, Clement Hill, Robert Mason, Mr. Richard Hubart, Capt. James Brains.
      Legatees: Bowling Speake, Millsant Hiton.
      Executrix: Mary Hall (relict), wife of Benjamin Hall.
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      Speak, Thomas, St. Mary's County, -- -- --; 6th Aug., 1681.
      To wife Eliza:, all lands during widowhood.
      To son John, sd. lands at marriage or death of wife afsd.
      Ex. Brother-in-law James Bouring, who is to care for other child or testator.
      Test: Richd. Edelen, Thos. Sickes. 2. 160.
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      Anne Turner bound apprentice to William Marshall to age 16; 1667/8 (C.244)
      Arthur Turner, eldest s/o Arthur Turner, chose Josias Fendall as guardian; 1667/8 (C.244)
      Edward Turner bound apprentice to James Bowling to age 21; 1667/8 (C.2440
      Female Turner child of Authur Turner dec'd, b. ca mid Oct 1667; to go to Susannah, wife of George Taylor as guardian; 1667/8 (C244)
      James Turner, second s/o Arthur Turner chose Walter Beane as guardian; 1667/8 (C.244)
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      1738 Bowling, Edmund Collocome (Collingwood) 40 Will, Hardy, William, planter,St. Mary's Co.,18th Nov., 1737; 8th June, 1738 Resurrection
      1738 Bowling, Edmund Collocome (Collingwood) 142 Will, Hardy, William, planter,St. Mary's Co.,18th Nov., 1737; 8th June, 1738 Resurrection
      1753 Bowling, Edward Collocome (Collingwood) 25 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
      1666 Bowling, James Bowlings Field 300 Patent Records St. Mary's
      1668 Bowling, James Bowlings Reserve 100 1707 Rent Rolls Chaptico
      1668 Bowling, James Bowlings Reserve 100 Patent Record 12, p. 164 Chaptico
      1671 Bowling, James Calvert's Hope 898 Patent Record 14, p. 219 CC
      1671 Bowling, James Bowlings Plains 150 Patent Record 16, p. 420 Chaptico
      1674 Bowling, James Chesam 125 Patent Record 15, p. 251 Chaptico
      1693 Bowling, James Keech and Prices Rest 100 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Resurrection
      1693 Bowling, James Miller's Choice 100 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693

      1693 Bowling, James Chesam 125 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Chaptico
      1693 Bowling, James Charley 152 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693

      1693 Bowling, James Bowlings Plains 150 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Chaptico
      1693 Bowling, James Calvert's Hope 150 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 CC
      1711 Bowling, John Highpark, 1/2
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling, John land
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling, John Keech and Prices Rest 100 Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711 Resurrection
      1711 Bowling, John Charley
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling, John Chesam
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711 Chaptico
      1711 Bowling, John Charley's Addition
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling, John The Widow's Mite 600 Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1664 Bowling, John and John King Exchange 500 Patent Record 7, p. 55 Harvey
      1700 Bowling, John and Mary Langsworth Bowling Ingsburth Addition 140 Rent Rolls St. Clements
      1700 Bowling, John and Mary Langworth Bowling Ingsburth 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
      1711 Bowling,Mary Keech and Prices Rest 100 Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711 Resurrection
      1693 Bowling, Thomas Miller's Choice 100 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693

      1693 Bowling, Thomas Charley 152 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693

      1693 Bowling, Thomas Chesam 125 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Chaptico
      1693 Bowling, Thomas Bowlings Plains 150 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Chaptico
      1693 Bowling, Thomas Keech and Prices Rest 100 Will, Bowling, James,St. Mary's Co.,7th May, 1692; 10th Oct., 1693 Resurrection
      1711 Bowling,Thomas Charley's Addition
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling,Thomas Charley
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711

      1711 Bowling,Thomas Chesam
      Will, Bowling, John,Calvert Co.,30th Apr., 1711; 19th June, 1711 Chaptico
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      John Smith 4.204 I SM #18430 Jul 18 1677 Jul 28 1677
      Appraisers: Mr. William Boarman, Mr. James Bowling.
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      Thomas Speake 8.274 A SM #10123 #12061 Oct 12 [1682]
      Payments to: Mr. Richard Hobart, Dr. Hodgeson, ------ Maddox, James Bowling, Dennis Haskelong, Thomas Marshall, John Barvis, Samuell Dobson.
      Executor: James Bowling.
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      Dr. Bartholomew Pigott 8.364 I £15.19.4 Feb 29 1684 [Charles County, Maryland]
      Appraisers: Dr. Pattrick James, Thomas Clarke,
      List of debts: George Boarman, Joseph Pile, John Johnson, Thomas Gerrard, Jonathan Lange, Thomas Clarke, Francis Johnson, Thomas Thompson, Capt. James Bowling,, Samuell Mathews, Thomas Clipson, Maj. William Boarman., Thomas Ganon, Robert Green, John Reaper, Obadia Dunne, Thomas Abole, Capt, Joshua Doyne, Robert Maston.
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 May 1663, Page 114
      James Boulin presents a servant. taken from Mr. Arthur Turner called Robert Rrit; Mr. James Walker and John Nevill were appointed in open court also swore to appraise his service who judged his time of service to be worth 1500# of tobacco
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      Charles County Court Records, March 1742/3 Court, Liber T#2, Page 504.
      Pursuant to an order of Court held here on the 2nd Tuesday in Mar, being in the 27th year of our Dominion, Commission issued, returnable here, to Allen Davies, George Hatton, Peter Wood, and Samuel Chunn of CC, to examine witnesses touching the bounds of a tract of land called St. Thomas', lying in CC, in the possession of John Wathen, as follows, viz - To Allen Davies, George Hatton, Peter Wood, and Samuel Chunn of CC. Whereas John Wathen, seized of part of a tract of land called St. Thomas', lying in CC, did on Mar 9, in the 27th year of our Dominion, prefer his petition to CC Court before Robert Hanson, Gent, and his associates, our Justices within CC, for Commission to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of sd tract of land, know that we have given you (not being any way related to the petitioner, contiguous proprietor, nor interested in sd land) power to examine witnesses as afd. Signed Mar 13, 1741 - Edm Porteus, Clk.
      And now here, George Hatton, Peter Wood, and Samuel Chunn, three of the Commissioners afd, return to the Court here, the Commission afd, with a certificate thereon, and subsequent depositions thereunto annexed.
      We certify that we called and caused to come before us, all such witnesses as to us were offered by the within petitioner, and also Thomas Sympson, a party concerned, and took the examination of the same. Signed May 25, 1742 - Geore [sic] Hatton, Peter Wood, Sam: Chunn.

      CC. The deposition of Richard Edelen, aged about 70, taken at the request of Thos. Sympson, a contiguous proprietor, who says that on or near the place where he now stands, being on a knoll in the edge of an old field near the Old Road that leads from Piles' fresh to Newport, he saw a post lying on the ground, about 30 years ago, but did not know what it was for. And this deponent further says that some time after, Thomas Sympson, decd, told him that on that place, Mr. Wathen's land ended and there was his bound tree. And further, this deponent says that he took a mortgage of a piece of land of the sd Thomas Sympson, decd, and [blank] on this place, but did not know anything of the bounds by his own knowledge. Signed - Richard Edelen, May 25, 1742.

      May 25, 1742. CC. The deposition of Peter Montgomery, aged about 60, taken at the request of Thomas Sympson, a contiguous proprietor, who says that on or near the place where he now stands, being on a level spot of ground near the east end of an old field that lies between Piles' fresh and Newport, about 40 years ago he saw a locust post lying on the ground. He further says that he did not know what it was for, any further than that he heard Thomas Sympson Sr, decd, say it was for a landmark of Mr. Wathen's land. Signed -- Peter Montgomery.

      May 8, 1742. CC. The deposition of Thomas Reed, aged about 84, who says that about 26 years ago, he was in Company with Thomas Sympson Sr, father of Thomas Sympson, now living, and Benjamin Hall, and that the sd Thomas Sympson Sr did, in his hearing, acknowledge the place where he now stands to be the place where the sd Sympson told him was the very spot of ground where the ancient bound post stood, between Benjamin Hall and James Bowling, and that it was the bound post between John Wathen and the sd James Bowling, according to a deed dated [nothing follows].
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 368-44: CHARLEY: 152 acres; Possession of - 152 Acres - Bowling, John: Surveyed 24 June 1670 for James Bowling at a bound Red Oak on the North side of a branch that comes out of Zachia Swamp: Conveyance notes - 20 Acres - William Bowling from Thomas Bowling; 14 June 1737, William Bowling from Joseph Ruthsom (?); 29 Jan 1749,130 Acres - John Lomax Jr. from Thomas (last name not written) Jr. 29 Feb 1752, 130 Acres -Thomas Marshall Jr. from John Lomax Jr.; 29 Feb 1752
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 8 November 1664, Page 384
      James Bowlin presents Thomas Bee; judged to be 20 years old
      James Bowlin present Peeler Blackbeard; judged to be 17 years old
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      James Hughes 2006-04-29 13:11:19
      Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683 Volume 7, Page 224

      A Letter also to Mr Carvile one of the Members of the Lower house to speak to the Same Subscribed by James Bowling, Thomas Mudd, Richard LLoyd, William Boarman Junr, John Dent, William Rosewell, Thomas TURNER, Thomas MARSHALL, Abraham COOMBES, and Thomas Grunwin

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