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

Lingan Wilson

Male 1704 - 1768  (64 years)


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  • Name Lingan Wilson 
    Born 1704  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aug 1768  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I15526  Tree1
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 

    Father Josiah Wilson,   b. 1671, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Dec 1717, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 46 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Martha Lingan,   b. 1680, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 1698  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8196  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary Bates,   b. Abt 1699, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1753, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 55 years) 
    Married Abt 1724  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Lingan Wilson,   b. Aft 1724, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Aug 1786, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 60 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 4 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F5757  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Wilson, Josiah, gent., Pr. Geo. County, 11th Nov., 1717; 5th Dec. 1717.
      To brother William Kid and hrs., 24 A., "'Refuge,"' also the adjoining tract, 84 A.., "Kid's Levell," and 59 A. called '"Island Plains,"' which adjoins "Kids Levell."
      To son Josiah and hrs., 500 A., "Ozburn's Lott,"' in Balto. County, east side Bush River, also 1/2 of 380 A. called "Buttington" and 3 lots in Marlborough, one being part of one of the southernmost lots on the market-place; also a lot on East side of Mr. William Head's lot and a lot on the south side of the meeting lot, and personalty.
      To son Lingan and hrs., 500 A., "Lingans Adventure," in Balto. County, on South side of Gunpowder R., and 450 A., "Back Lingan" in same county, and personalty.
      To son Janus and hrs., 250 A., " The Ridge," at head of Hunting Creek, 90 A., "The Angles," at head of same creek, 200 A., "George's Desire, " and 42 A.., "Addition., " joining "The Ridge," also a slip of land in Annapolis, being part of a lot sold to Patrick Ogilby, and one lot of land and house in Mount Calvert, Pr. Geo. County, formerly taken up and built on by Henry Boteler; one other lot and house in Mount Calvert, purchased of Christopher Beam., now deceased, also warehouse on waterside at Mt. Calvert, and personalty.
      To son Joseph and hrs., 1,50 A., "Cockalds Point, " on s. side of west branch of Patuxent River; 20 A., "Beams Landing," and the adjoining tract of land; also 43 A. of the same "Beams Landing" with the appurtenances thereto., and 100 A., "'Brook Hill," on North. side Charles Branch in Pr. Geo. Co.; also 200 A. of adj. tract, "Kingsale,"' and personalty.
      To son Joshua and hrs., tract of land and houses in Mt. Calvert purchased of Thomas Emos; 247 A. and 132 A., part of Mt. Calvert manor purchased of John Deakins; also a tract purahased of Christopher Beanes on s. side of Charles Branch cont. 18 A., and personalty.
      To dau. Martha and hrs., 206 A."Indian Gyant's Sepulcher," in Charles County, purchased of Walter Beam, and personalty.
      To Mrs. Catherine Boteler, personalty.
      Residue of personalty to be divided among the 6 child. afsd., first division when son Lingan attains the age of 16, Son Josiah to have first choice, and then son Lingan. The Justices of Pr. Geo. County Court, with Mr. Edward Boteler and Mr. Thomas Lingan in Calvert County to assist at division. Should any of five sons afsd. die before age of 18, his share of est. to be equally divided among all surviving child. Dau. Martha of age at 16.
      Exs.: Sons Josiah and Lingan, jointly. They to maintain child. at schools and provide a competent Support till they come of age, Servants Walter Thompson, John Hastins, John Smith, Izia Bonnell and George Noble. to be disposed of by exs. for own benefit till their time of servitude expires
      Test: Jos. Belt, Rich. Pile, Robt. Hall. 14. 381.
      ===
      Josiah Wilson 9.221 A PG £212.17.9 £121.12.6 Apr 27 1728
      Payments to: Mr. Tobias Bowles (merchant in London), Morean Duvall, Brooke, Addison & Holland, Holland, Lee & Brooke, Charles Calvert, Esq., Thomas Brooke, Lingan Wilson guardian for his brother Joshua Wilson (his portion),
      Heirs: Henry Wilson, Martha Wilson,
      Executrix: Elizabeth Wilson.
      ===
      Mr. James Beall 9.211 A PG £43.2.3 Jun 18 1728
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £6.14.0.
      Payments to: John Allison, Anne Gitting, administratrix of Francis King, Elienor Nutthall, John Roads, John Beall, Sr., Capt. Charles Beall, Meredith Davis per Dr. Haswell, John Pearce, William Beall, Sr., James Beall (son of Alexander Beall), Mary Jones, William Scott, Capt. Leonard Hollyday on account of Thomas Brooke (merchant in London), John Farguson, cost of suit against Dr, John Haswell and his wife Sarah Haswell, Elisabeth Stimson (executrix of Solomon Stimson) per John Mawderley to be paid in my father's (unnamed) lifetime, William Smith & William Mordant, Lingan Wilson, Robert Beall, Esq. Loyd per Mr. Robert Taylor, Edmond Jenings, Charles Calvert, Esq., Holland, Lee & Brooke, Brooke & Holland.
      Mentions: Mr. Jennings, widow (unnamed), 8 children (unnamed).
      Executor: John Beall, Jr.
      ===
      Josiah Wilson 11.413 A PG £47.5.3 Jun 19 1732
      Payments to: Mr. William Beckingham, Mr. Alexander Contee, Mr. Robert Tyler, Mr. Robert Tyler for fees at suit of Tobias Bowles, Mr. Alexander Contee, Charles Calvert, Esq., Edmund Jennings, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., William Finch, Lingan Wilson for use of Martha Wilson (daughter of Maj. Josiah Wilson (dead}, her filial portion).
      Executrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Wilson (widow, relict).
      ===
      Hepburn, Elizabeth, (relict of Patrick Hepburn), Prince George's County, 4th Feb., 1734; 30th May, 1735.
      To dau. Elizabeth Beall, granddau. Mary Wilson, and dau.-in law Margaret Dick, £10 each; and personalty.
      To Rev. Mr. John Orme, £5,
      To granddau. Elizabeth Scott and hrs., land mortgaged to testator by Alexander Falconer; and personalty.
      To son-in-law John Hepburn and Elizabeth Scott afsd., residue of personal estate.
      Exs.: John Hepburn and George Scott.
      Test: Coll. Joseph Belt, John Sprigg, Thomas Clark.
      Codicil: 14th March., 1734. To afsd. John Hepburn and Elizabeth Scott and great-grandson Lingan son of Lingan Wilson, personalty.
      Test: Thomas Sprigg, John Sprigg, Thomas Clark. 21.366,
      ===
      Beall, Alexander, Prince George's County, 16th Jan., 1743; 5th Sept., 1744.
      To bro. Robert and wife of Singan [Lingan] Wilson, personalty.
      To negro Ann, her freedom.
      To son William, dwelling plantation, this being part of "Neighborhood" and "Largo" on s. w. branch of Patuxent R.
      To son Ninian, residue of "Largo," commonly known as Menella"s Quarters"
      To sons William and Ninian and son-in-law John Jackson, exs. and child. [unnamed] of testator's deceased sons James and John, residue of estate.
      Test: Meredith Davis (Quaker), Joseph Beall, John Courry. MCW 23.543
      ===
      WILSON, JOSHUA, Prince George's Co. ===========; 27 Nov. 1745
      To bro. JAMES WILSON (page 320). pt. of Mt. Calvert Mannor, which my father purchased of Capt. Ennes, then to my nephew WM. WILSON SELBY, son of Wm. Magruder Selby.
      To niece MARTHA WILSON, dau. of my bro. JAMES WILSON, slave,
      To nephew WM. WILKINSON WILSON, 1 slave.
      To nephew JOSIAH WILSON, son of bro. JAMES WILSON, 1 slave.
      To bro. JOSEPH WILSON, tract which my father formerly purchased of John Deakins; also the land he purchased of Christopher Beanes.
      To nephew WILLIAM WILSON SELBY
      To my friend THOMAS HODGKIN, 10 pounds sterl.
      To sister, MARTHA SELBY, 20 pounds sterl.
      To nephew SAMUEL SELBY, nephew NATHANIEL SELBY, bro. LINGAN WILSON
      if it please God to afflict me with sickness in any foreign country, and take me out of this world, then I will my bro. JOSEPH an equal pts with my bro. JAMES.
      Wit: Richard Marsham, Waring Henry Hall, Samuel Magruder. MCW 24.327
      ===
      Priscilla Gray, born say 1708, was a "malatto" servant of Mrs. Sarah Magruder, Sr., of Prince George's County in November 1727 when she confessed to the court that she had an illegitimate child by a "negroe." On 23 March 1730/1 the court presented her for having another child by information of the constable for Mount Calvert Hundred. She admitted her guilt, and the court ordered that she receive five lashes and serve her mistress an additional nine months. The court called her "Priscilla Gray alias Malatto Priscilla" when it bound her son Dick, aged about three months, to Lingan Wilson until the age of twenty-one. In November 1732 she was called a "Mollatto Woman born of a white Woman" when she confessed to having a child by "Malatto George belonging to Mr. William Digges." The Court ordered her to serve an additional seven years and bound her son William for thirty-one years. She was presented for the same offense in March 1735, and on 28 November 1738 the court bound her "Mallatto" son Joseph, born 9 August 1738, to her master, William Magruder, until the age of thirty-one. She may have had a common-law marriage with a member of the Grimes family since she was called "Priscilla Grimes Als Gray" on 26 November 1745 when she confessed to having an illegitimate child named Kate who was bound to William Magruder until the age of thirty-one. On 27 November 1750 she confessed to "Mollatto Bastardy," and the court ordered that she serve seven years and bound her daughter Anne to William Magruder until the age of thirty-one [Court Records 1726-7, 626; 1730-2, 2, 5; 1732-4, 118; 1734-5, 357; 1738-40, 199; 1744-6, 298-9; 1749-50, 244].
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 55 o Deed, enrolled 23 Apr 1722
      From: Katherine Boteler of Prince George's County
      To:Lingan Wilson, Gent of Prince George's County
      For £100 eight Negros children named as follows: Charles, Tom, Dick, Amphillin, Cotes, Jenny, Kabe, Nanny and their increase
      /d Katherin Boteler (seal)
      Wit: John Docura, Richard Chubbard
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 55 o Lingan Wilson in consideration of love and affection for beloved cousins; ----, Boteler, Charles Boteler, Henry Boteler, Kath. Botleler, Thomas Boteler; children "to my aunt" give...(what appears to be the same slaves he just purchased from Katherine Boteler ) /s/ Lingan Wilson (seal)
      Wit:John Docura, Richard Chubbard
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 51
      Enrolled at request of Henry Boteler 9 Aug 1726:
      27 Jul 1726; From Lingan Wilson, scrivener, to the Boteler children; whereas my aunt Catherine Boteler, widow, now wife of Richard Normansell, Gent.; for the support of Charles, Henry, Thomas, Edward, Alice and Catherine Boteler before her remarriage with her present husband 1 Apr 1722 and Enrolled 23 of same month, did assign to Wilson 8 Negroes: Charles, Thomas, Dick, Amphilus, Peter, Jenny, Cat and Nanny and their increase; at the time of execution of the deed Wilson was a minor under age of 21, it is doubted whether I am vested with the right to the above mentioned Negroes; cousin Catherine Boteler now being deceased; Negroes now assigned to the surviving cousins; /s/ Lingan Wilson; wit. John Magruder, Jere Belt
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 212
      Petition of Mary Carroll & Charles Carroll of Annapolis to the Justices 4th Tues. in June last
      Charles, Lord Baron of Baltimore to John Magruder, Richard Keene, Archibald Edmonston and John Hasewell; regarding boundaries of Enfield's Chance; depositions regarding boundaries:
      Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions 2 tracts called Wilson's Plaines and Howerton's Range; mentions deponent's father, also George Yates, Henry Hanslop, John Duvall, Robert Proctor, etc.; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions John Boyd and Robert Anderson; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Mareen Duvall of the Great Marsh, age ca 46; mentions his brothers John, Mareen and Samuel; mentions Parrotts Thickets; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent,. age ca 55; mentions Patuxent River, Robt. Anderson, Sr., mentions Enfield's Chance, land in possession of Madam Mary Carroll and land of George Yates, James White's Eglington, John Boyd, Sr. and David Fry; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Samuel Duvall, planter, age ca 58; mentions the Great Marsh, Parrotts Thickett, deponent's father's land called Howerton's Range
      22 Jun 1727; Deposition of Clement Hill, Gent., age ca 56; mentions Eglington now in possession of Henry Hall formerly laid out for James White of Anne Arundel County, Capt. John Hyde of London who resurveyed Enfield's Chance, Gabriel Parrott's land called Parrott's Thickets, Col. Ridglie's clear ground, Charles Carroll, etc.
      23 Jun 1727; Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent., age ca 55; mentions Eglington, Enfield's Chance, John Hyde of London, Howerton's Range, etc.
      27 Jun 1727; Deposition of James Carroll, age ca 48; mentions Charles Carroll, decd, Col. Henry Ridgley; Enfield's Chance of 100 acres, Richard Clark, land called Chatton, etc.
      27 Jun 1727; Deposition of Col. Ninian Beall, age ca 79; mentions George Yates of Anne Arundel County, Charles Buttler told Ninian "thou art a brave boy for thou hast taken up 300 acres of land for my son Nedd meaning Edward Butler in Calvert Co."; [Beall recounts his memory of conversation regarding surveying on west side of the Patuxent]; mentions Essington [?Eglington], James White, Padaway Farm, etc.
      4 Oct 1726; Deposition of Richard Keene, age ca 37; mentions Major Josiah Wilson, lately dec'd
      1 Jul 1727; Deposition of Lingan Wilson, age ca 23; mentions Josiah Wilson
      Enrolled 1 Jul 1727
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 246
      Enrolled at request of Michael Urion 16 Nov 1727:
      Deed of Gift to Elizabeth Willoughby a bay mare and to Sarah Willowbee her increase; 14 Aug 1727; /s/ William Wofford, Sr. (mark); wit. John Wood, Edward Wilson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 246
      Enrolled at request of Michael Urion 29 Nov 1727:
      From Michael Urion, planter, to Hannah Mattue, d/o Anthony Mattue, planter, a horse, 3 cows and calves; /s/ Michael Urion; wit. Longan Wilson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 298
      Enrolled at request of David Craufurd 6 Jul 1728:
      James Donaldson of Annapolis, merchant, bound to David Craufurd & Co., merchants, for £358; /s/ James Donaldson; wit. Lingan Wilson, John Docwra
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 309
      Enrolled at request of Simon Nicholls, Sr. 26 Aug 1728:
      From Simon Nicholls, Sr. to Eleanor Truelove, d/o Thomas Truelove, dec'd, and Jane his wife; gift of a cow at age of 16 or marriage; /s/ Simo- Nicholls, Sr. (mark); wit. Lingan Wilson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 261
      Enrolled at request of William Lowe, Sr. 4 May 1731:
      From William Lowe, Sr., planter; for love and affection to dau. Susanna Gardiner, widow and relict of John Gardiner, dec'd; household goods; /s/ William Lowe, Sr. (mark); wit. Lingan Wilson; ack. 4 May 1731 by William Lowe, Sr.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 262
      Enrolled at request of William Lowe, Sr. 4 May 1731:
      From William Lowe, Sr., planter; for love and affection to Clement Gardiner, my grandson and s/o John Gardiner, dec'd; a brown cow and calf; /s/ William Lowe, Sr. (mark); wit. Lingan Wilson; ack. 4 May 1731 by William Lowe, Sr.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 363
      Enrolled at request of Lingan Wilson 15 Sep 1731:
      Indenture, 28 Aug 1731; Between Alexander Beall, Sr., Gent. and Lingan Wilson; for 5s; moiety or half-part of lot #51 in Upper Marlborough; /s/ Alexdr. Beall; wit. Jere Belt, Petr. Dent; ack. Alexander Beall, Sr. and Elizabeth his wife
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 157. Recorded abt November 27, 1751; Memorandum that on the special petition of Lingan Willson preferred to the justices of Prince George's County, Maryland on the 4th Tuesday in March in the 35th year of his Lordship commission the Right Hon. the Lord Proprietory Dominion etc., his Lordship commission issued by order of the justices aforesaid out of the county aforesaid on the 6th day of April Anno Domine 1750. In these words following, Charles Absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore Vizt; to Messrs Allen Bowie, Thomas Bowie, Richard Clagett, Jr., and Edward Clagett of PGCo gentleman, whereas Lingan Willson is seized of part of two tracts called "Kingsale" and "Brook Mill" and preferred his petition in writing to our county court held at Upper Marlbro Town before Edward Sprigg gentleman and his associates then and still justices within our county to examine evidence to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of the said tracts of land. Therefore, we command you any three or two of you to examine all witnesses or persons concerned touching their knowledge of the bounds of the said tracts. Witness Edward Sprigg, Gent, March 31, 1749/50. Issued April 6, 1750, Joseph Sim, Clk
      August 2, 1750, we met according to notice given and proceeded upon the top of a hill near an Orchard where is now fixed a stone at which place William Beanes, Sr., age 66 years being sworn saith about 40 years ago his brother Christopher Beanes told him that there stood a bound tree of "Kingsale" being a white oak and further saith not. From thence we went to a bounded white oak standing on the north side of the Charles Branch in the woods upon a small rising where the aforesaid William Beanes, Sr., after being sworn saith about 40 years ago his brother Christopher Beanes showed him that tree and said that was the beginning tree of "Brooke Hill" and the beginning tree of Beanes land and further saith not. From thence we proceeded to the side of a hill between two black walnut trees at this place Ephraim Gover, Sr., being one of the people commonly called Quakers age 68 years or thereabouts on affirmation that about 32 years ago Richard Ward being an overseer to Thomas Holdsworth showed him that there stood a bounded Hickory of David Smalls land now in the possession of Lingan Willson and further saith not. Taken before Edward Clagett, Richard Clagett, Thomas Bowie
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1752-1757; Liber NN {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 142. At the request of James Low the following Deed of Partition was recorded June 27, 1753
      Indenture made June 26, 1753; between Lingan Wilson, planter of one part and James Low, tailor of the other part. Witnessed that whereas Lingan Wilson now stand seized of one half of Lot Number 51 lying in the town of upper Marlborough as by deed from Alexander Beall and whereas James Low now stand seized of the other half of Lot Number 51 as by deed from William Beall heir at law to Alexander Beall. Therefore to the end intent that a perfect partition may be had and made between them whereof they are now seized as tenants in common by their own mutual consent and agreement have made partition and division and by these presents divide Lot Number 51 in manner and form hereafter mentioned. First Lingan Wilson shall have for his part and partition of Lot Number 51 that half of it which lies toward the south and is adjoining to Lot Number 50 whereon the orchard of John Levett now is and James Low shall have for his part that half which lies towards the North. Signed Lingan Wilson, James Low in the presence of and acknowledged before John Hawkins, Jr., Joshua Beall
      ===
      Provincial Court Land Records, 1749-1756
      Volume 701, Page 441

      This Indenture made the Twenty ninth day of August Anno Domini
      One Thousand Seven hundred and fifty three Between Lingan Wilson of
      Prince Georges County in the Province of Maryland Planter and Mary Wilson
      his Wife of the one part and the Reverend John Eversfield of the same County
      and Province Clerk of the other part Witnesseth that the said Lingan Wilson
      and Mary his Wife for and in Consideration of the Sum of One hundred and
      Sixty one Pounds nine Shillings Sterling Money of Great Britain paid on their
      Account to John Eversfield Junior due as the Principal on a Mortgage to him
      of three Tracts of Land specifyed in an Indenture bearing Date the thirtieth day
      of June Anno Domini One Thousand seven hundred and fifty two referrence
      being thereto being had may more fully appear together with the Interest
      thereon Accruing to the time of discharging the said Mortgage Deed (Eleven
      Days deducted for New Stile) amounting to the Sum of One hundred Seventy two
      Pounds ^four Shillings^ Sterling as also the further Consideration of One hundred and one
      Pound sixteen Shillings Sterling amounting in the whole to Two hundred and
      seventy four Pounds Sterling Money of Great Britain to them well and truly
      paid at the ensealing and delivery of these Presents the Receipt whereof the
      said Lingan Wilson and Mary his Wife do hereby Acknowledge and thereof and
      every part thereof do Acquit and discharge the said John Eversfield his Heirs
      Ex.rs and Adm.rs Have given granted bargained ^and^ sold and by these Presents do
      clearly and absolutely Give Grant Bargain and Sell unto the said John Eversfield
      his Heirs and Assigns All that Tract or Parcel of Land called Kinsale being
      the Dwelling Plantation on which the said Lingan and his Wife Mary Wilson
      now live Scituate lying and being in Prince Georges County in the Province afsd
      and Beginning at a Bounded White Oak standing on the North side of S.t
      Charles's Branch and running from the said Oak North two hundred and four
      Perches to a Bounded Hickory in a line of a Parcel of Land formerly laid out for
      Thomas Truman called Dear Bought and Bounded by the said Land and
      running West and by North one hundred and sixty five Perches to a Bounded
      Gum Tree by the side of a small Branch and from thence running South two
      hundred and thirty four Perches to the side of S.t Charles's Branch then
      with the said Branch to the first bounded Tree Containing and laid out for
      Two hundred and fifty Acres more or less As also part of a Tract or Parcel
      of Land called Bean's Landing Scituate lying and being in the Province &
      County afsd and Adjacent to the Land called Kinsale and Beginning at a
      Bounded White Oak being the first Bounded Tree of said Tract of Land called
      Kinsale and running thence West South West One hundred and forty Perches
      then South Twelve Degrees East eight Perches thence East eighty eight Perches
      thence North thirty eight Perches thence East Twenty four Acres more or
      less with all and singular the Buildings Gardens Orchards Improvements
      Conveniencies Advantages and Appurtenances whatsoever to the said Tract
      of Land called Kinsale or part of a Tract called Beane's Landing belonging
      or in any wise appertaining as also all and singular the Estate Right Title Interest
      Property Claim and Demand whatsoever of the said Lingan Wilson and Mary his
      Wife either in Law or Equity Possession or Expectancy Reversion or Remainder of in and
      to the same or any part of either To have and to hold the aforesaid Tract called
      Kinsale and part of a Tract called Beane's Landing with all and singular the
      Appurtenances belonging to each unto him the said John Eversfield his Heirs and
      Assigns for ever and to his and their own proper Use and Behoof and the said
      Lingan Wilson and Mary Wilson his Wife do for themselves their or either of their
      Heirs Ex.rs Adm.rs and Assigns by these Presents Promise Covenant and Agree to and
      with the said John Eversfield his Heirs and Assigns in manner following that is
      to say That the afsd Tract of Land called Kinsale and part of a Tract called
      Beane's Landing thereto Adjoining with their respective Appurtenances within the
      Bounds Courses and Distances aforesaid are not Embarrasd or Encumbred either
      in Title of Estate Certainty of Bounds or otherwise But are clear and free from all
      Ancienter Surveys, Prior Titles, Bargains Sales Mortgages (excepting that specifyed
      to John Eversfield Jun.r paid off and discharged by the Rev.d John Eversfield)
      Entails, Joynters, Dowers, Loan Office Debts or Securities Judgments Executions
      Arrearages of Rents and from all Incumbrances whatsoever and that they the
      said Lingan Wilson and Mary his Wife have in them good Right Power and
      Authority to Grant Bargain Sell and make over in Fee Simple the said Tract of
      Land called Kinsale and that part of a Tract thereto Adjacent called Beanes
      Landing with their Appurtenances unto him the said John Eversfield his Heirs &
      Assigns for ever, and that he the said John Eversfield his Heirs and Assigns shall
      and may for ever hereafter Peaceably and Quietly Enjoy the said Lands and
      Premisses with their Appurtenances from all Suits Molestation or Disturbance
      whatsoever from the said Lingan Wilson and Mary his Wife their or either of
      their Heirs Ex.rs Adm.rs and Assigns and all Claimants from by or under them
      or either of them or of and from any other Person or Persons whatsoever and
      that they the said Lingan Wilson and Mary his Wife their and either of their
      Heirs Ex.rs and Adm.rs shall and will Warrant and Defend the said
      Land and Premisses with their respective Appurtenances within the Bounds
      Courses and Distances afsd against all Persons Claims and Incumbrances
      whatsoever (Rents to the Proprietor hereafter becoming due Excepted and foreprized
      And Lastly will any time do make Execute Seal and Acknowledge any other
      Deed or Instrument of Writing unto him the said John Eversfield his Heirs or
      Assigns for the more sure perfect and absolute making over and confirming the
      said Lands and Premisses with their respective Appurtenances unto him the said
      John Eversfield his Heirs or Assigns such as by him or those Claiming under
      him shall be reasonably Devised Advised or Required In Witness whereof
      the said Lingan Wilson and Mary Wilson his Wife have hereunto set their
      Hands and Seals the day and Year above written
      Sealed and Delivered Lingan Wilson Seal
      In Presence of us Mary Wilson Seal
      Geo Fraser
      Allen Bowie
      W.m Eversfield On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed
      Viz.t

      Received August the 29.th 1753 of the Rev.d John Eversfield the Sum of Two hundred
      and Seventy four Pounds Sterling being the full Consideration ^for^ of the Lands and
      Premisses within mentioned P Lingan Wilson
      Test Geo Fraser
      Allen Bowie

      Maryland Prince Georges County fs.t August the 29.th 1753 Came Lingan
      Wilson and Mary his Wife before Us two of his Lordships Justices of the Peace
      for the said County and Acknowledged all and singular the Right Title Claim
      Interest Property and Demand of in and to the Lands and Premisses with
      their Appurtenances within mentioned to be in the within named John Eversfield
      his Heirs and Assigns for ever And the said Mary being by Us privately
      Examined out of the hearing of her said Husband did declare that she made
      the above Acknowledgment willingly and freely without being Induced thereto
      by Fears or Threats of or Ill Usage of his said Husband or fear of his Displeasure
      Taken and Acknowledged before Us the Day and Year above Written
      Geo Fraser
      Allen Bowie

      August 30.th 1753 Reced of the Rev.d John Eversfield ten Shillings and eleven
      pence half Penny Sterling as an Alienation Fine on the within two hundred
      seventy four Acres of Land by Order fo the Honble Benjamin Tasker Esq
      Agent for the Right Honble the Lord Propry of Maryl.d John Hepburn
      Recorded December 1.st 1753
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 480. At the request of Elizabeth Piles the following Bond was recorded August 24, 1778
      I Lingan Wilson and held and firmly bound unto Ephraim Gover, Sr., of Anne Arundel County, Maryland and Leonard Piles of PGCo in the sum of 200 pounds sterling this March 1, 1749. The condition of the above obligation is such that if Lingan Wilson shall well and truly convey unto Ephraim Gover and Leonard Piles when required part of a tract called "Cuckolds Point" with so much land adjoining to include 217 acres then the above obligation to be void and of non-effect. Signed Lingan Wilson in the presence of Jeremiah Berry

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