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

Notley Young

Male 1738 - 1802  (63 years)


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  • Name Notley Young 
    Birth 24 Sep 1738  Rock Creek Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 9 Apr 1802  Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I14132  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father Benjamin Young,   b. Jun 1689, England Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 15 Apr 1754, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 64 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Anne Rozer,   b. 1710, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 9 Oct 1764, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 54 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage 10 Aug 1735  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F9742  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Eleanor Digges,   b. Abt 1742, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1782, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 40 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1758  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Notley Young,   b. Abt 1758, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1816, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 59 years)  [Father: natural]
     2. Anne Young,   b. Aft 1759, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [Father: natural]
     3. Benjamin Young,   b. Aft 1762, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1798, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 36 years)  [Father: natural]
     4. Nicholas Young,   b. 1763, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 8 Nov 1826, Washington, District of Columbia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 63 years)  [Father: natural]
     5. Mary Young,   b. Abt 1767, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1800, Washington, District of Columbia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 33 years)  [Father: natural]
     6. Eleanor Young,   b. Abt 1780, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F9740  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Family 2 Mary Carroll,   b. 1744, Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 10 Jan 1815, Washington, District of Columbia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 71 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1783  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F9741  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776, Page 86
      Notley Young
      White males above 16 = 6
      White males under 16 = 3
      White females = 6
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Liber T#1
      Folio 497 NOTLEY YOUNG 03/14/1798 04/09/1802 Bequeaths to:
      1. Mary Young --wife
      -to have all the Negroes she brought to the marriage
      -to have for her natural life the use of the following Negroes: "Carpenter Conkey" "Will the Weaver" "Anchor Tom" "Coachman Ned" and his daughter "Dinah" "Charity the Carter" with his wife "Moll" and her children, "Joe the Cook"
      "Andrew " husband of "Dinah" at the mill Quarter, "Bob" the husband of "Margaret" at the same place, "Nance" the daughter of "Coachman Ned" and her child "Jerry" the husband of "Chariot" at "Nonsuch" and "Jack" the son of "Daniel"
      -to have testator's chariot and the horses belonging, to have the choice of any horses or mules at testator's dwelling place, mill quarter or "Nonsuch" and to have 40 head of cattle and 50 head of sheep, and 50 hogs
      -to have all the plantation utensils belonging to the plantation of "Nonsuch" and testator's dwelling place, and to have the choice of 4 oxen broke to the yoke
      -to have for her natural life the use of the dwelling house and all the out houses on the following squares in the City of Washington: Squares #355, 389, 390, 356, 391, 415 and Square South of 415 and also the use of the brick stable and the square on which it stands for her natural life
      -to have the use of the lands purchased from Anthony Addison lying on the east side of the Eastern Branch by whatever names except for 50 acres of woodland
      -to have 500 pounds current money of Maryland --and all the above devises in lieu of her thirds of the estate
      2. Eleanor Brent --granddaughter
      Robert Young Brent --grandson
      -at widow's decease to have the Negroes left widow for her natural life
      -to have the following squares in the City of Washington: Numbers # 472, 501, 544, 549, 535, 598 and also 1/5th part of the lots or squares laid out for testator in the back part of the City of Washington
      3. Benjamin Young --son
      -to have all the lands adjoining and contiguous to the plantation in the forest of Prince George's County called "Pyanner Grove"
      -to have all the property testator purchase of the agent of the State of Maryland being the late property of Benjamin Brookes, deceased near Upper Marlboro
      -to have at the decease of widow the following squares in Washington being Numbers #355, 356, 389, 390, 329, and the square on which testator's new brick stable stands
      4. Nicholas Young --son
      -to have at the death of testator's widow all the lands purchased from Anthony Addison except for the 50 acres before mentioned
      -to have the following squares in Washington: "Number #391, 415 South of 415, and also to have squares being number #439, South of 439, 438, 437, 327, and 353 -Benjamin and Nicholas to have the remaining 2/5ths of the lots or squares laid out in the back part of the City of Washington
      -Benjamin, Nicholas and son-in-law Robert Brent named executors of the will
      5. Notley Young --son
      -to have all the land which testator purchased from John Addison being on the east
      side of the Eastern Branch and on the Potomac River between the mouth of the Eastern Branch and the land of Thomas Addison --to have the land for his natural life and then to his son and should he not will it then to be the property of testator's grandson Robert Young Brent
      -to have the use of the 50 acres excepted from the land above given for his natural life and the wood to be used to supply the land which testator purchased from John Addison for fencing and firewood and at his death to revert to testator's son Nicholas
      -to have 12 Negroes
      -to have 4 plow horses, 10 head of cattle, 20 sheep and 12 hogs, 1 cart and plantation utensils sufficient for the plantation willed to him
      -to have 300 pounds to be paid to him in annual installments and should Notley not have returned to the country at testator's decease then the estate to be at the charge of paying reasonable expenses for his return.
      6. Anne Casanave --daughter
      -to have one third part of all the lands testator possesses on the outside of Washington
      -to have the following squares in Washington: Numbers # 232, 233, 265 and South of 267 and to have 1./5th of the lots or squares laid out of the lands which testator has or had in the back part of the city of Washington
      -the lands devised to her are to be laid off convenient to her dwelling house and the lands are to be laid off by testator's sons Benjamin and Nicholas and son-in-law Robert Brent
      7. Eleanor Brent ? --daughter
      -to have one third part of the lands which testator possesses outside the city of Washington
      -to have this land forever and for testator's son-in-law Robert Brent for his natural life and then at his decease and the death of daughter to revert to testator's grandchildren Eleanor and Robert Brent
      -the above lands left to Anne and Eleanor are in three different parts consisting of lands purchased by testator from Henry Jemison, Richard Henderson, John Frederick Augustus Priggs, Walter Queen, Edward Villars Harbin, and a parcel which testator has in exchange of Richard Queen for some land purchased from Richard Henderson, and a parcel of land testator took up himself adjoining "The Enclosure" "Powel's Dividend" and the land purchased from John. F. A. Priggs
      -to have the following squares in the City of Washington: Number #505, 548, East of 549 East of 548 and 497 and also the property testator has in Square #383 and Square east of Square East 548
      -to have 1/5th of the lots or squares laid out in the back parts of the city of Washington -to have 1000 pounds to be laid out in Negroes and stock in order to stock the lands given to her
      Witnesses: Thomas Webb
      W. Brent
      Peter Healy
      Then came: District of Columbia: the executors of the above will
      Then came: the three above named subscribers to the will
      Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
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      YOUNG, ANN, Prince George's Co. 6 Jun, 1764 9 Oct. 1764
      Children: Mary Diggs, Eleanor, Charles and Notly Young,
      Grandchildren: Daniel and Mary Carroll.
      Son-in-law: Ignatius Diggs, husband of Mary Diggs.
      Ex: Son Notly Young.
      Wit: Elizabeth Cooksley, Basil Waring. 33.
      ===
      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1790-1796;
      Folio 318 GEORGE DIGGES of Warburton 11/13/1792 11/27/1792
      "being in perfect sound and disposing mind arid Memory ."
      Bequeaths to:
      I. Notley Young --friend
      Clement Hill --friend
      Ignatius Fenwick --friend
      -named trustees and executors of the will
      2. William Dudley Digges --son
      -to have all of testator's lands and those he has a right w except for any necessary to be sold by executors for the payment of debts
      -to have 2/3rds of the personal estate
      3. Anna Maria Digges --daughter
      -to have 2000 guineas rating 1 guinea at 35 shillings each co be paid to her at her marriage out of the estate left to testator's son and that she is to be "genteel), maintained and educated until she is married' out of the estate left to testator's son
      -to have 1/3 of the remainder of the personal estate
      4. Catherine Digges --wife
      -to have her thirds of the estate as according to law
      Witnesses: H. Rozer, John Steuart, William Baker,
      Then came: Henry Rozer and John Steuart
      Note; the testator signed the will in his own hand
      Codicil to the will:
      1. John Fitzgerald --friend
      -named to be one of the trustees and executors of the will
      Witnesses, David Steuart, William Baker
      ===
      Abstracts of Wills in Fairfax County, Virginia , Page 34
      CASEY, John.
      23 Oct. 1794. 15 Dec. 1794. Of Montgomery County, Maryland.
      Children: Pamelia, John and Thomas.
      Exrs: Henry Rozier and Notley Young.
      Wit: William Casey and James Cook.

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      1759-1763 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber RR [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 190. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded March 24, 1762
      Indenture made December 5, 1761; Ann Young, widow in consideration of the payment of several sums of money and other articles herein as mentioned has sold unto Notley Young part of a tract called "Cerne Abby Manor", "Dunnington Manor", "New Troy" or "Duddington Pasture" whereon the dwelling houses of the said Ann Young now stand, containing 400 acres and beginning at a bounded Hickory with 12 notches standing near the fork of St. James Creek and bounded by the river side to Turkey Buzzard Point. To have and to hold the said tracts forever to the only use of Notley Young and for and during the natural life Ann Young yearly pay to her the sum of 50 pounds sterling money of Great Britain on the 1st day of February if demanded and that the said Notley Young his heirs and assigns shall permit and suffer the said Ann Young quietly and peacefully to possess, dwell in use and enjoy the dwelling house for and during her natural life. Signed Ann Young in the presence of Elizabeth Waring, John Hepburn and acknowledged before John Hepburn
      ===
      1767-1769 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 2 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 351. At the request of Joseph Sprigg the following Deed was recorded February 1, 1769
      Indenture made January 30, 1769; between Ann Tasker of Annapolis, executrix, widow and relict of Benjamin Tasker, Esq., deceased of one part and Joseph Sprigg, Gentleman of PGCo of the other part. Whereas Benjamin Tasker by his last will did empower Ann Tasker to sell all his lands (his dwelling house and Annapolis and the lots thereto adjoining excepted) as soon as conveniently might be done and in pursuance of the said power and authority did agree with the said Joseph Sprigg to sell unto him part of the land called "Enfield Chase" by written agreement bearing date November 29, 1768 at the rate of 1 pound 15 shillings sterling per acre. Now this indenture witness that Ann Tasker in consideration of 870 pounds 12 shillings and 6 pence sterling money has sold and conveyed by these presents unto Joseph Sprigg part of the aforesaid tract called "Enfield Chase" containing 497 ½ acres lying on the west side of Collington Branch and bounded by the northeast corner of a tract now in possession of Notley Young called "Pye Anna's Grove" being part of Collington Manor and the road that leads through the track towards the Chapel. Signed Ann Tasker in the presence of and acknowledged before Reverdy Ghiselin, Robert Couden (JP's of Anne Arundel County Maryland)
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      1767-1769 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 2 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 451. At the request of Francis Hall the following Deed was recorded August 12, 1769
      Indenture made July 31, 1769; Notley Young, Gentleman in consideration of 41 pounds 17 shillings sterling paid by Francis Hall, Gentleman has sold part of two tracts one called "Young's Purchase" and the other called "Hall's Addition" beginning in the corrected first line of Collington Manor containing and now laid out for 27 acres. Signed Notley Young in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes and at the same time Eleanor Young wife of Notley Young relinquished her right of dower
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 31. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded November 1, 1769
      Indenture made July 17, 1769; Francis Hall, Gentleman in consideration of 41 pounds 7 shilling sterling paid by Notley Young, Gentleman has sold a tract being part of "Collington Manor" called "Hall's Addition" containing 54 acres and beginning at a pear tree being the beginning of "Young's Purchase" and the second boundary of "Elizabeth's Purchase" in the possession of Elizabeth Simmons and bounded by "Higgins Purchase" in possession of William Higgins and the southwest corner of Notley Young's part of "Young's Purchase". Signed Francis Hall in the presence of and acknowledged before Joseph Sprigg, Richard Duckett, Jr., and at the same time Dorothy Hall wife of Francis Hall relinquished her right of dower
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      1772-1774 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 3 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 171. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded February 6, 1773
      Indenture made January 14, 1773; William Sydebothom of PGCo in consideration of 48 pounds sterling paid by Notley Young has sold the following lots of land lying in the Town of Carrolsburgh on the Eastern branch of Potomac River; "Lot Number 27", "Lot Number 82", "Lot Number 244", "Lot Number 263", 233", 178", 161" and "Lot Number 120". Signed William Sydebothom in the presence of and acknowledged before Joshua Beall, Christopher Lowndes
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      1772-1774 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 3 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 233-259. At the request of Henry Rozer, Daniel Carroll & Notley Young the following Carrollsburgh Plat & Certificates was recorded July 23, 1773
      Carrolsburgh; beginning at a stone marked B of C standing on the Northwest side of the Eastern Branch of Potomac River at or near the east side of the mouth of St. James Creek and running up by and with the Eastern Branch aforesaid 286 perches and 13 feet to a stone marked No. 48 standing by the side of the Eastern Branch and at her near the west side of the mouth of a small gut or Creek emptying into the Eastern Branch aforesaid. Then running westerly 149 perches and 6 feet on a direct line to a stone marked 102 standing by the east side of St. James Creek then running bind with St. James Creek to the aforesaid beginning stone marked B of C containing and now laid out for 160 acres of land which is now laid off into lots, streets and alleys for a town called Carrolsburgh as appears by the certificate and plants as follows, Vizt; Union Street, Middle Street, St. James Street, North Street, Short Street, Street No. 1 through 8, Alley No. 1 through 24, Lot Number 1 through 268. Survey this 20th day of October 1770 by Francis Deakins
      ===
      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

      PGLR FF1.230
      At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was Enrolled 26th August 1782
      This Indenture made the fourteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and eighty two Between Hoskins Hanson Gentleman and Catherine Hanson his Wife both of Charles County and State of Maryland on the one part and Notley Young of Prince Georges County and State aforesaid Gentleman of the other part Witnesseth That whereas Richard Marsham by his Last Will and Testament bearing date the fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and thirteen and remaining among the Records of the prerogative Office did devise unto his Grand Children a Tract of Land called the Inclosure which he the said Marsham bought of Col Ninian Beall Containing One Thousand and forty Acres more or less to be divided between his five Grand Children Samuel Queen Marsham William Queen Catherine Queen and Margaret Queen and that if any of the said Grand Children should die before they arrived to to the Age of Twenty one years or the Females unmarried then such part of the other person so dying under age or unmarried should be devised between the Survivors and if the said Tract should Contain more than One Thousand and forty Acres or less the Division to be made of the same to the said Grand Children pro rate and whereas the said William Queen one of the Grand Children aforesaid died without Issue and the said Catherine Queen married a Certain William Mathews Thompson and had Issue Richard Thompson her eldest Son and heir at Law who had Issue the aforesaid Catherine Hanson part to these presents his only Child the said Catherine Queen after the death of the said William Matthews Thompson intermarried with Walter Hanson of Charles County and had Issue by Virtue of which intermarriage The said Walter Hanson claimed the part of the Inclosure willed as aforesaid to the said Catherine Queen during his Natural life and as Tenant by the Curtisie [?] and as such heretofore sold and Conveyed his Estate therein to a Certain John Shercliff and the said Hoskins Hanson and Catherine Hanson intending for a Valuable Consideration to Vest the said Notley Young with an Estate in Fee Simple in the Land aforesaid and of all the Land in the Tract of Land called Inclosure which they have right or Title to Therefore the said Hoskins Hanson and Catherine Hanson for and in Consideration of the Sum of Five Hundred and fifty one pounds Current Specie to them in hand paid by the said Notley Young the Receipt whereof the said Hoskins Hanson and Catherine Hanson doth Acknowledge and for other good Causes and Considerations them thereunto moving have given granted bargained and Sold Aliened released enfeoffed and confirmed and do by these presents give grant bargain and Sell Alien release enfeoffe and confirm unto the said Notley Young his heirs and Assigns forever all that Tract Piece or Parcel of Land being part of a Tract of Land called the Inclosure devised as a foresaid and divided and laid out by Several of the parties concerned by the metes and bounds following to wit
      Signed Hoskins Hanson Catherine Hanson
      Wit: Dan Jenifer WH Jenifer
      ===
      1785-1787 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber HH [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 363. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded May 23, 1787
      Indenture made December 2, 1786; John Tucker of Loudoun County, Virginia in consideration of 75 pounds paid by Notley Young of PGCo and for divers good causes and considerations thereunto moving has sold during the natural life of Mr. Walter Hanson of Charles County, Maryland 1/8th pat of a PGCo tract lying on the Eastern Branch of Potomac River called "Inclosure" containing 125 acres. Signed John Tucker in the presence of Smallwood Acton, Benjamin Tucker, Francis Acton and acknowledged before James Coleman, William Stanhope, William Gunnell, 3rd. (JP's of Loudoun County, Virginia) and certified by Charles Binns, Clerk March 2, 1787
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      1791-1793 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber JRM 1 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 285. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded October 1, 1792
      Indenture made September 29, 1792; Anthony Addison eldest son and heir at law to the late Reverend Henry Addison, deceased of PGCo in consideration of 7123 pounds 10 shillings current money of Maryland paid by Notley Young of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia has sold part of PGCo tract lying on the north and south side of Oxon Run called "Brothers Joint Interest Enlarged" that was resurveyed June 19th last for Anthony Addison containing acres and bounded by "Aaron" ["Aarons Retrieve"], an old meeting house, a corner of "Aaron" as proved by virtue of a land commission in 1770 by William Howard, "Hamiltons Venture", the beginning tree of "Marshalls Adventure" and "Head Ache", the beginning of "North Brittaine", the 6th line of "Berwick upon Tweed" which was included by the former resurvey into "Brothers Joint Interest Enlarged" and the division line that divides the "Brothers Joint Interest Enlarged" between the late Reverend Henry Addision and his brother the late Major Thomas Addison containing 706 acres; as also that part of "Brothers Joint Interest" that was resurveyed April 26, 1758 unto Capt. since Major Thomas Addison and which part was by his last will bearing date November 4, 1770 devised unto his brother the Reverend Henry Addison and containing 85 ½ acres. Signed Anthony Addison in the presence of and acknowledged before Rd Cramphin, Isaac Walker
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      1791-1793 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber JRM 1 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 413. At the request of Notley Young and Richard Queen the following Deed of Exchange was recorded December 29, 1792
      Indenture made December 27, 1792; Notley Young and Richard Queen, Gentlemen of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia and State of Maryland have by mutual consent agreed to exchange land in the Territory for the convenience of each other, i.e. Notley Young to convey part of two tracts containing18 acres one called "Grange" (13 acres and 72 square perches) and the other "Inclosure" (4 acres and 88 square perches) which lye contiguous to Richard Queen's dwelling plantation and bounded by the west side of the main road leading from the Eastern Branch Ferry by the Cool Springs toward Bladensburgh in lue of Richard Queen agrees to convey a small tract clear of elder surveys 18 acres called "Queens Gore" beginning at the westernmost corner of "Grange" originally granted to Col. Henry Jowles. Signed Notley Young, Richard Queen in the presence of and acknowledged before Richard T. Lowndes, Isaac Walker
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1793-1794; Liber JRM 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 335. At the request of Notley Young the following Deed was recorded December 10, 1793
      Indenture made August 19, 1793; James Fenwick of Charles County, Maryland in consideration of 1880 pounds current money paid by Notley Young paid by James Fenwick of PGCo has sold a tract called "St. Anthony's" and two parts of "Stones Delight" containing 470 acres and beginning at Piscattaway Creek. Signed James Fenwick in the presence of and acknowledged before Joseph N. Baynes, Nicholas Young and at the same time May Henrietta Fenwick w/o James Fenwick relinquished her right of dower

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