Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Henry Truman1629 - 1697 (67 years)
Name Henry Truman Birth 17 Dec 1629 Walesby, Nottingham, England Gender Male Death 3 Mar 1697 Calvert County, Maryland - inventory Person ID I15639 Tree1 Last Modified 25 May 2023
Father Henry Truman, b. Sep 1568, Northampton, England Relationship natural Family ID F10671 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Jane Smith, b. 1662, England d. Aft 1733, Prince George's County, Maryland (Age > 72 years) Children 1. Martha Truman, b. Abt 1680, Calvert County, Maryland d. Bef 1700, Prince Frederick, Calvert County, Maryland (Age ~ 19 years) [Father: natural] 2. Edward Truman, b. 1685, Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland d. 26 Nov 1729, Prince George's County, Maryland - inventory (Age 44 years) [Father: natural] 3. Thomas Truman, b. 1687, Prince George's County, Maryland d. 14 Jan 1718, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate (Age 31 years) [Father: natural] 4. Richard Truman, b. 1690, Calvert County, Maryland [Father: natural] Family ID F1835 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 25 May 2023
List of Debts & Payments for Henry Truman In the Inventories a Accounts is a list of the debts & payments for the estate of Henry Truman. The list is 23 January 1695/6. This list can be found in Liber 13B, Folios 33-39.
List of Bills not paid in the Accounts
Patrick Allen Seaborous Tucker John Hall John Lewelling
Mrs. William Parker Ann Evans George Wall John Davis
James Woods John Howell Richard Chapan Richard Gill
List of Money Debts
Capt. Fare Mr. Rymer Thomas Cornwell Thomas Masher
Thomas Hedge Charles Bottler
List of Bills from Dead, Poore, S Runingaway People
Thomas Clawson Hugh stone Henry Johnson Charles Award
William Woods Joseph Willson William Mitchell Peter Burgle
John Pearce Richard Reach Richard Daemon John Right
Robert Thompson Joseph Cooke John Locker George Atcheson
Jenkin Smith Robert Korman Richard Sheredine Benjamin Allen
Robert Tage John Hemet John Rogers Pattrick Barry
Giles 011iver William Downing Symon Edwards Edward Jesup
John Brent Richard Freeman John Loveday William Pusich
Fardinando Allexander Law. Bedingfield John Saxon . John Peacok
Evan Thomas Mark Tully Richard Ronde George Carter
John Jones Humphery Mills Richard Pool William Kempster
List of Debts
John Care Edward Dickeson Edward Batson Andrew Tanyhill
Edward Baraclift Francis Higham Humphery Fuller Francis Leaf
Henry Lowe John Browne (shipwright) William Sly John Manning
John Crooke John Nuthall Mary Ascom Aaron Hall
William Howard Joseph Edloe Thomas Lawson John Reads
James Berry Ann Hopewell, Sr. Joseph Mann Thomas Smith (Lyons Creeks)
William Creed James Moore Robert Anderson in the Edward Cole
Thomas Hellyday William Moads Freshes Richard Fenwick
William Holland Francis Read Robert Brothers John Larkin
Thomas Edmonds Richard Pilly Joseph Shorework William Head
Walter Carr Jeremiah Sheredine Henry Padgett William Barton (Justice)
Samuell. Goozey Richard Watkins John Endenfield Hugh Hopewell
Frances Buxton Nathaniell Viners John Ball Thomas Hinton
John Griggs (cooper) Garret Vanewearing John Scott Towell Owen
Thomas Money William Veatch Thomas Spencer George Noakes
Thomas Holland Allexander Lewis John Atkey Thome Arnold
John Leach, Jr. John. Griner Robert Biggs Thomas Blacke
Paul Reisby Daniel Philips Samuell Houldsworth Thomas Cornwall
Joshua Hall in the Freshes Henry Dryden George Johnson William Smith (schoolmaster)
William Dilly William Sturmy John Sutton John Edwards to Samuel'
Richard Jenkens Thomas Kingcart Samuel]. Peters Watkins
Thomas Robison Murphey Ward George Reath James Empson
John Watts (Freshes) Thomas Tinssey John Smith (Trashes) Henry Darnell
John Willymott Chris. Vernon Thomas Otey William Stennett
Mr. John Griggs Richard Sands William Marks Charles Stennett
John Kent John Fisher Edward Wood John Smith (Leo. Creeks)
Richard Durham Thomas Brickendine Robert Bradley Charles Tracy
John Hume John Stone Richard Clarke Robert Blinkhorne, Sr.
John Godsgrace John Smith (Con. Towne) Baker Brooke Henry Cox
William Cheatle John Tamar John Forest William Ackroyd
Nathaniell Cranford James Higth James Gambelin Thomas Blankford
James Dassey John Fenwick Charles Lane John Price
Richard Charlott William Feilds Joseph Hartley William Dawkins
John Abington Mathew Beale William Wadsworth Thomas Hughes
William Jesupp Hugh Chitten William Smith Thomas Ward
Mathew Mackebey Thomas Mauldin Richard Riggell Samuel]. Constable
John Wincoll Robert Day Benjamin Ball Bryant Mackdough
William Dent Daniell Sherdine Robert Blinkhorne, Jr. Robert Jones
John Barrott John Leach, Sr. John Macall Edward Ball
Richard Johns Nathaniel Maning John Gyatt William Demmple
John Currey John Talbott John Houldsworth Robert Edmonson
William Reads George Plater William Hutchins John Smith (on the manner)
Capt. Richard Gardner Robert Heyth William Haines John Gardiner
Richard Edwards Henry Brent David Benin William Cougley
Harry Fitaharbert John Stanley Francis Mauldin John Chittam, Sr.
Thomas Hillscn Robert Carvill William Morgan Thomas Hall (planter)
Phillip Gittinga Cornelius Watkinson Richard Pollard Thomas Davis
William Barton (plasterer) William Wittington Mr. Thomas Gant Joseph Baker
William Barton on the Clifts Hugh Mountgomery Richard Smith Samuell Scott
Thomas Edwards George Burger John Turnar Robert Reade
Nicholas Caterson, Sr. John Summers Symon Wootton Richard Fider
Daniell Munraine Thomas Hillery Jonathon Wilson Silvester Welsh
Thomas Tastier Symon Nicholls Ralph Haywood William Stone (attorney)
Charles Carroll Robert Sheppard Edward Day John Soaper
Peter Sawell Abraham Clark Daniell Browne William Miele
David Bowen Mathew Lewis George Blacketer John Joyce
Nathan Smith James Duke Samuel]. Preston William Jones
Joseph Stennett James Browne Chariot John Turner
John Stennett Michael Caterton, Jr. David Small Col. Beale
William Powell William Norris John Dunkin Samuell Watkins
George Sudden John Leecunt Richard Harisson Edward Butler
Richard Barnes William Mills Dr. Kingbury Richard Kane
Robert Spickernell Charles Richeson John Jenkins Dr. Keirsted
Thomas Tucker Ignatius Creycroft George Lingon John James
Joseph Edwards Daniell Canady George Parker James Cobb
Phillip Lynes Thomas Tench, Esq. Benjamin Berry John Cropp
Thomas Sprigg Nicholas Willson Phipps Clarke John Hedger
John Burrus Henry Denton George Lynes Thomas Stafford
Kenelm Cheseidine Cecill Butler Robert Brooke Morris Pavia
widow King William Harris George Gruiny John Sawell
John Wiseman John Addis David Davis Edward Winman
William Johnson Samuell Campland Thomas Howe Samuell Warner
John Powell Jeremiah Edlridge Charles Fowler Henry Fernley
John Bennett Chris. Hamer William Williams Maj. Nicholas Sawell
Samuell Chew Elisha Hall John Demall Thomas Johnson
Richard Sothron John Bigger Benjamin Scrivinner Bazill Booth
Nathan Daw Mr. Thomas Tasker Ignatius Swell Dr. Arnoll
Michael Swift Mr. John Dorman Henry Mitchell Thomas Davin
Thomas Beale (St. Mary's John Burd Francis Collier Edward Evans
County) Thomas Earle James Cranford John Landerkin
Capt. Clegett Col. Henry Jowles John Holloway John Lawrence
Joseph Hall David Morgan Benjamin Hammond Robert Masan
Richard Evan Col. Nicholas Greenbury Thomas Collier Thomas Padgett
Thomas Vaughan Thomas Sedgwicks, Sr. Thomas Smith William Willson
Capt. Thomas Wharton Nicholas Burd Thomas Smith paid to Roger Robert Currey
George Plowden George Spicer Brooke Peter Hill
Benjamin Ball Martin Morgan Gabrele Burnam George Walls
Robert Skinner William Moss John Billin James Roberts
John Sollars John Graves William Barton (Leo. Creeks) Thomas Kinston
Nicholas Fountains John Rooke Michael Taney Richard Brightwell
Hugh Ellis Joseph Dawkins James Martin Thomas Fernley
Nicholas Sporne Josias Willson William Turner George Soley
John Chittam, Jr. Chris. Kingpanbo (?) Thomas Taney Jonathon Prather
Robert Fisher Joseph Toogood William Hill Robert Sumner
Edward Palk Joseph Greece Thomas Briscoe Richard
Mathew Burnam James Bigger John Galland Jonathon Cewll
William Nicholls John Canter John Elsey Thomas Bridges
William Taylord estate of Mr. Richard Richard Hulin Richard Mars=
List of Debts from Dead, Poore, 4 Runaway People
William Earle Robert Taylor Thomas Bornett Daniell Benson
Edward Perdue David Williams Peter Burgis Edward Cowdry
Steven Bunter John Blackson James Gardiner Baruch Williams
Edward Jones Richard Jones Joseph Fary John King
Richard Bemoan William Philmoree Henry Taylor John Lidgatt
Edward Broughton Mr. Manypeny Peter Lamar Jahn Newton
Pattrick Berry John Reyley Joseph Wright Roger Moss
John Jones Robert Kent William Toms James Downall
Richard Kent George Wittle John Sheppard Grimstone Hondo
John Heigh George Thomson Thomas Everot John Johnson
John Morris John Beudle Gilbert Davis Ambrose Briggs
William Punch Dr. Chaple Dr. Mathews Thomas Tucker
John Bennett Hendrick Cordus William Harris (Leo. Creek) William Hollis
Fardinando Allexander Fardinando Odyell John Sedgwick Peter Laraine
Thomas Becton Francis Wood John Dickson Humphery Swift
Joseph Howe John Mason Nehemiah Blackston Lawrence Taylor
Benjamin Evans James Whaler Chris. Subrill Thomas Price
Thomas Sedgwick, Jr. Edward Williams John Russell John Sherelutt
John Dunn Charles Browne John Thatcher John Upshore
Able Evian Thomas Person widow of Maj. Butler William Kenedy
Ambrose Prowett Joseph Fry John White (carpenter) Capt. Francis Harbin
William Hickman Steven Trudle William Greengoe Richard Hall
Henry Trueman 14.95 I CA £109.12.4 Mar 3 1696/7
Appraisers: John Hance, Henry Fernley (also Henry Ferneley).
List of debts: Samuell Groome, John Edmondson, Michaell Taney, John Abbington,
Edward Barcock, Christopher Smith, Thomas Gray, Thomas Collier, Mr. Rimer.
Mr. Henry Trueman 16.61 [1697-98]
List of debts: Samuell Groome, John Hyde, John Hurd, James Marline, Richard Keen.
Henry Trueman 17.177 A CA £71.19.2 
Payments to: Samuell Groome, John Hyde, John Hurd, James Mortin, Richard Keen.
Administrator: Thomas Taney.
Henry Truman 30.266 A CA £236.8.3 £984.4.1 Jan 17 1709
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £109.12.4. A third inventory was cited in the amount of £71.19.2.
Received from: James Barry, Paul Kihly, Richard Jenkins, John Humes, John Godsgrace, William Chettle, Matthew Moccaboy, Richard Johns, John Carry, Richard Edwards, William Read, Henry Fitzherbert, Daniel Murraitt, Thomas Tacker, Charles Carroll, Phillip Gidding, William Barton, Nathan Smith, Joseph Edloe, Nathaniell Viver, John Grover, John Phillips, William Sturmy, Murphy Ward, Christopher Vernon, John Fisher, John Short, John Smith at Cooks Towne, John Fenwick, Hugh Churton, Robert Day, John Leach, Sr., Thomas Toping, Richard Ridgeway, Robert Blinkhorne, Benjamin Ball, David Hellen, John Holdsworth, William Hutching, Francis Mauldin, William Morgan, Richard Pollard, Daniel Browne, Andrew Tanyhill, Francis Leaf, Joseph Edwards (painter), William Head, Towel Owen, George Hokes, Thomas Blake, James Empson, Thomas Stennet, Cornelius Watkinson, William Whittington, Robert Sheppard, Matthew Lewis, James Duke, William Slyye, Mary Aschomb, Thomas Lawson, Robert Anderson, Robert Brother, John Edenfeild, George Keith, John Smith, Robert Bradly, Charles Lane, William Acre, William Parker, John Price, Thomas Hughs, Bryant McDaniel, William Dorrumple, Samuel Scot, Richard Fidoe, William Stone, John Soper, William Chew, John Joyce, William Jone car entery, John Sennet, William Powell, George Snowden, Thomas Tucker, Keneim Cheseldyn, Richard Southern, Michael Swift, Thomas Clagget, Thomas Vaughan, George Plowden, Nicholas Fountain, Hugh Ellis, Nicholas Sprrne, John Chittum, Jr., John Lecount, Ignatius Craycroft, Thomas Tench, Esq., William Nicholas, Michael, Catterton, Nicholas Wilson, Cecill Butler, John Addis, Samuel Copland, Jeremia Eildridge, Christopher Bayne, John Dorman, John Birds, Henry Jowles, David Morgan, Thomas Sedgewick, Nicholas Bird, George Spicer, Josias Wilson, William Moss, Josias Towgood, James Bigger, John Cantor, John Dunkin, John Jenkin, Benjamin Berry, Robert Brooks, Thomas Howes, Charles Fowler, William Williams, John Deniall, Francis Collier, John Holloway, Benjamin Hammond, Gabriel Burnham, William Barton, Michael Taney, James Martain, Thomas Tany, William Hall, John Elsy, Joakim Kierstead, James Cobb, Morris Davis, Edward Windman, Samuell Warner, Nicholas Sewell, Thomas Johnson, John Landerkin, Robert Mason, Thomas Padget, George Walls, Thomas Kinningstone, Richard Brightwell, James Sewell, John Howell, The Justices of Calvert County, Roger Brook, Sr., Samuel Peter, Francis Hutchison, James Moore, Joshua Cecill, John Robinson, James Gardner, Richard Marsham, James Dossey, Nathaniell Dare, Edward Daws, Ignatius Sewell, William Conly, Richard Smith, Robert Corry, Col. Bigger, Jeremia Sheredine, Jonathon Prater, Richard Gardner, Samuel Holdsworth, John Powell.
Payments to: William Gilly, David Bowen, John Browne, Thomas Blake (administrator of Thomas Cornwell), Edward Bathour, Ignatius Craycroft, Samuel Watkins, James Harper, Col. Ninian Beale, Roger Brook, Samuel Holdsworth, John Leach, Jr., Paggan & Co., William Herbert, Jacob Moreland, James Duke, James Empson, James Sewell, Peter Paggen & Co., Thomas Hutchings, Jacob Regnier for fee against executor of John Edmondson, William Dent, William Parker for fee against George Young, Sr., William Parker for summoning Edward Batson against George Young, Sr., Thomas Lawson, Michael Taney, --- Snelson, Keneim Cheseldyn,
Esq., Col. John Bigger, William Parker due to Col, Ninian Beale, Sir Thomas Laurance, Mr. Bladen, James Hays on a nonsuit against Hopewell (alias Duckworth), Samuel Watkins, Samuel Watkins for fees against Duckworth, John Gregory, Joshua Cecill, Ignatius Creycroft.
Mentions: to pay a debt of Thomas Smith, for fees against Charles Stacy.
Administratrix: Jane Taney (relict), now wife of Mr. Thomas Taney (gentleman).
Henry Truman 30.276 A Jan 17 1709
List of debts: James Gambling, George Plater, George Spicer, William Dent, George Lingan, Marlin Morgan, George Snowden, Ja. Heath, John Read, Thomas Hughs, Edward Ball, Thomas Beale, Thomas Clagget, Joseph Hall proved by -•--- Wadsworth, Richard Evans, Benjamin Hall, William Nicholas, William Taylard, Charles Richardson, Edward Boteler, Henry Mitchell (dead), John Laurance per Walter Smith, Samuel Watkins, Nicholas Sporne, John Leach, Jr., Mary Aschomb per Wadsworth, John Brown, Thomas Cornwell (dead) settled by Thomas Blake, John Edenfeild, Gabriel Burnham, Charles Tracy per -, Wadsworth, Col. William Holland per note to John Crop, Col. John Bigger, John Bird, Richard Pollard, Joshua Cecell for discount in Prince George's County, Samuel Holdsworth, John Elzey.
Administrator: Mr. Thomas Taney of Charles County.
Henry Truman 30.277 A CA £223.3.5
Payments to: Thomas Wharton, Col. Henry Jowles paid to Joshua Cecill.
Mentions: John Edmondson.
Administratrix: Jane Tany (relict), now wife of Thomas Tany (gentleman).
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From"The Early Settlers of Maryland"
Henry Truman transported in 1677. Liber 15 folio 534
Transported to Maryland 1677(Skordas, The Early Settlers of Maryland-p 49)
Henry Truman found in: Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Maryland Year: 1677
Permanent entry number: 2198171
Accession number: 7617725
Source publication code: 8510
Source publication page number: 470
Source publication: SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing County, 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986.
Records for Yorkshire West Riding and Nottinghamshire, Walesby:
TRUMAN, Henrie Christening
Christening Date: 7 Dec 1630 Recorded in: Gedling, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Henrie TRUMAN
Source: FHL Film 503495 Dates: 1627 - 1640 from "The History of Calvert County, Maryland."
Based on this secret report, which was unsigned, the Assembly sent a message to King William announcing the overthrow of the Government of Lord Baltimore, and asserting the loyalty of the new Government of in Maryland to his Majesty's Government. This was followed by similar messages from the leaders of the new regime in the various Counties, which were sent to London, asserting their loyalty to William and Mary. The message of Calvert County to the King and Queen bears the signatures of the following persons, who were sympathetic to the forces led by Coode and Jowles: Henry Jowles, Samuel Bourne, Francis Collier, Thomas Gantt, John Griggs, Thomas Tasker, Andrew Abbington, Henry Truman, E. Batson, Henry Fernley, John Payne, Charles Tracy, Joseph Howe, John I. Woodruff, Samuel Warner, William Harris, Thomas Collier, Thomas Parslow.
John Davis Demands a Supeana for Nathaniell Veetch to testifie between him and Henry Truemans Administrator: warrant to the Sheriffe to Sumonds and Returne to the fourth Tuesday in June Annoque Domini 1698. [Sumoned.]
Henry Truemans Administrator Demands Subpoena for William Williams and Henry Jones to testify inter he and Ignatias Creycroft: warrant etc. to Subpoena and Returne ut Supra. [Jones Dead and Williams Subpoenad]
Truman, (Trueman), Henry (Calvert County), Protestant and probable soldier in the Revolution of 1689; signed an address and took a loyalty oath supporting the King of England and the reestablishment of Lord Baltimore into power on Nov 28, 1689.
Source: Colonial Maryland Soldiers and Sailors 1634-1734, page 355, by Henry C. Peden, Jr., M.A. Reference: Archives of Maryland, 8:145
Name: Martha Rasmussen
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Henry was born Dec 17, 1629 in Walesby, Nottingham, England. Baptism record: Records for Yorkshire West Riding and Nottinghamshire, Walesby: Henrie s Mster Henry Turman 17 Dec 1629
TRUMAN, Henrie Christening
Christening Date: 7 Dec 1630 Recorded in: Gedling, Nottinghamshire, England
Father: Henrie TRUMAN
Source: FHL Film 503495 Dates: 1627 - 1640
Maj. Charles Botteler 8,314 I £134.5.8 
The inventory also included #30867.
Appraisers: Henry Trueman, Christopher Barnes,
Thomas Bernard 21.353 A Page £100.7.9 £83.17.3 May 7 1702
Payments to: Morris & Mary Miles, Thomas Taney (administrator of Mr. Trueman), William Taylard.
Executrix: Sabina Wickham, wife of Mr. Nathaniel Wickham.
1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Indenture, 10 December 1697
From: THOMAS TANEY of Charles County, gent., and JANES [sic] his wife.
To: JOHN BIGGERS; in behalf of EDWARD TRUEMAN, the son-in-law of THOMAS TANEY, and son of HENRY TRUEMAN, late of Calvert County, deceased, gent.
Price: Love and affection
Property: Two tracts:
1) part of a tract patented to EDWARD WOOD called "Woods Joy" on the west side of Patuxent River in P. G. County, bounding on the river, 180 acres;
2) and an adjoining tract called "Timber Neck," bounding on land of IGNATIUS CRAYCROFT, 250 acres. Said land to go to EDWARD TRUEMAN or his lawfully begotten heirs, but if he has none and does not reach age 21 years, then the land is to go to THOMAS TRUEMAN, youngest son of HENRY TRUEMAN.
Signatures: THO. TANEY and JANE TANEY (mark) Wit.: JOHN WIGHT, JOHN SMITH
Ackn'd: THOMAS TANEY and JANE his wife (mark), 13 December 1697.
Recorded: 25 January 1697/8, Vol. A, Page 81
Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio 4 o Indenture, 23 Jul 1720; enrolled 1 Oct 1720
From: Edward Truman, Gent of Prince Georges County and Elizabeth his wife
To: Samuel Perris, merchant of Prince George's County
For £200 two tracts of land formerly in Calvert County, now in Prince George's County called Woodsjoy of 180 acres and Timber Neck of 250 acres; formerly sold by Ignatius Craycroft and Sophia his wife to Jane Truman, widow and relict of Henry Truman; Timber Neck bounded by John Gallwith
/s/ Edward Truman (seal), Elizabeth Truman (seal)
Wit: Levin Covington, Thomas Gantt
Acknowledged Elizabeth Truman, wife of Edward
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