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

John Batie

Male 1668 - 1717  (49 years)


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  • Name John Batie 
    Birth 1668 
    Gender Male 
    Death 19 Jun 1717  Anne Arundel County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1596  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2024 

    Family Sarah MNU Batie,   b. Abt 1672, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 11 Apr 1752, Anne Arundel County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 80 years) 
    Marriage Bef 14 Oct 1697  Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Bef. October 14, 1697 mentioned as Mrs. Batie in Inventory record.
    Family ID F922  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2024 

  • Notes 
    • see normas page http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=nlndgrn&id=I46385

      I think this may be two different guys

      according to this AA record, John was not a son of Ferdinando

      On 24 Sep 1684, Ferdinando Battee, with the consent of his wife Millicent, conv. to his only son, Seaborn, who was "about to enter the state of matrimony," 127 a. of Kent and Essex, and 52 a. Suffolk AALR WH#4:199
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      Batie, John A. A. Co., 30th Jan., 1709; 19th June, 1717.
      To grandson William Young, Jr., and hrs., land bought of Clement Hill and land bought of Col. Henry Darnell.
      wife Sarah, extx., entire personal est. during life; at her decease to be equally divided among three daus., viz.: Mary Young, Elizabeth Stoddert and Rebecca Bishop.
      Test: Josiah Towgood, Sarah Hardick, Edward Evans, Abraham Birkhead. 14. 391.
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      Mr. John Battie 37B1.33 I AA £170.3.10 Jul 11 1717 Sep 16 1717
      Appraisers: Josias Towgood, Abraham Birckhead.
      Creditors: William Lock, Roger Roberts.
      Next of kin: William Young.
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      John Batie 39C.184 A 170.3.10 45.11.3 Apr 25 1718
      Received from Jeremiah Chapman
      Payments to : Anne Beckworth, Roger Roberts, capt. Burbidge, Dr. Hepburn, James Perry, John Docwra, John Docwra (esecutor of James Robinson), Dr. William Lock, Mary Bedle, Mr. Benjamin Tasker.
      Executrix: Sarah Batie
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      Mr. Seth Biggs 32A.66 1 £19.7.1 Nov 2 1709
      Appraisers: Josias Towgood, John Batie.
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      Esq. Biggs 32A,67 I Aug 17 1709
      Appraisers: Josias Towgood, John Batie.
      ===??? on Bettie spelling
      Edward Roberts 4.556 I CH Nov 29 1677
      Appraisers: William Boyden, Thomas Allcox.
      List of debts: John Bettie, William Taylor, John Waters (runaway).
      ===??? on Bettye spelling
      David Powell 4.558 I CH Nov 28 1677
      Appraisers: John Mum, Roger Dickinson,
      List of debts: Robert Wheeler, John Bettye, Henry Rind, Peeter Massey, Cutbeard Musgrove, James Tillison, William Thomas.
      Mentions: A note from Mr. Henry Rocher to Mr. John Busey (dead) to deceased.
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      Charles Hays 190.5 A PG £21.7.2 £30.4.3 Nov 28 1699
      The amount of the inventory also included #5991.
      Payments to: William Wayford, William Moore, John Short for use of [blank] Carelson, Thomas Greenfield, James Beale, John Battee per William Young, Daniell Danielson, Thomas Box, John Battee, John Bennett, Samuell Peters for use of [blank] Carlton per Alexander Beale, Josias Twogood on account of John Jackson & Co., Col. Darnall.
      Administratrix: Mary Johnson (late Mary Hays), wife of Thomas Johnson.
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      Capt. William Webb 32A.97 I AA £287.13.11 Dec 7 1710
      Appraisers: Josias Towgood, John Batie.
      Mentions: Dr. Lock.
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      William Gaskin 33A.233 A PG £86.11.0 £58.1.4 Jun 3 1712
      Received from: Capt. Hyde.
      Payments to: Christopher Thomson, Edward Diggs, Patrick Hepburn, Thomas Sprigg for use of Moses Milner & Co., Benjamin Berry, Mr. John Batie.
      Executrix: Margaret Dick, wife of Mr. Henry Dick.
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      Mr. John Hallum 32C.31 A PG £120.7.6 £58.1.7 Aug 8 1711
      Payments to: Elisabeth Clark, Dr. Patrick Hepburn, Mr. John Gerrard for Miliner & Co., Mr. Jonathon White, Mr. John Batie, Dr. Charles Burgess, William Prather, Mr. Robert Bradley, Weldon Jefferson, Andrew Castela, Elisabeth Danill, Joseph West, Mr. Thomas Clegett, Benjamin Berry,
      Administratrix: Mary Holmeard (widow), now wife of Mr. James Holmeard.
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      Hutchison, William, Prince George's Co., 13th Dec., 1708; 23rd Apr., 1711.
      To son John and hrs all land, "Sangwhaire" in the shire of Ayr., in north Britton, descended to testator by will of his father, Mr. John Hutchison. sd. son to have no interest in lands in Maryland unless child. hereafter named should die.
      To: dau. Anne and hrs
      700 A., "Piscataway Forrest 800 A., "Sangwhaire,,"' 220 A., part of Jessmund bought of Mark Lampton, 50 A., part of "'Friendship," that part of "Hazard" -from main road to "Piscataway Creek," 35 A., "Little Worth" and 400 A., part of 800 A., held in partnership with Thos. Addison.
      To: dau. Mary and hrs., 2/2 760 A., "'White Haven," held in partnership with Thos. Addison afsd., also testator's portion of 160 A., "'Carlyle," 1/2 850 A., "Friendship," held in partnership with sd. Addison, 150 A., "The Vineyard,"
      2/3 of "'Saturday Work,"' "Speedwell" adjoining thereto on Hinfern Branch, also 180 A., "Carrick-fergus" and testator's half of 32 A., "Want Water."
      To: son William and hrs, 550 A., "Rottendam", 660 A., " The Indian Town" on Nangemy Creek, also testator's part of "Wheeler's Purchase," bought of John Middleton and Hillary Ball, and "Joint Interest"' on Pomunky Creek.
      To: dau. Elizabeth and hrs., all land in Pomunky Neck, viz., 76 A., "'Wheeler's Adventure,," 250 A., "'The Chance," 460 A., "Carrick," 420 A., "Hickory Hills,"
      220 A.,"The Hogg Penn,-" 160 A., joining "Hickory Hills" afsd. and land of Joshua Marshall, also -1/2 ",'Friendship,' held in partnership with John Brook at Mattawoman.
      Should 3 daus. afsd.., or anyone of them, die without issue, son William to inherit portion of deceased, and sd. son dying without issue, his share to pass in turn to sd. daus. and hrs.
      To: Col. Thos. Addison, Jno. Stoddart, John Batie, Richard Edgar, William Tanyhill and Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, personalty.
      To brother George Hutchison, gift of personalty which is to be sent home to him.
      To wife Sarah,, all lands not disposed of., and those obtained by marriage with her; also, residue of personal estate, jointly, with daus. and son William afsd, Child. to remain with wife during their minority; if she die., to be placed with Protestants.
      Ext.: James Stoddart and John Battie.
      Test: Thos. Noble., Francis Wheeler, Robt. Clyde. 13. 317.
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; 99 Year Lease, 14 May 1697
      From: NINIAN BEALL now of P. G. County, but of Calvert County, before the division of the County, gent., but formerly called planter.
      To: JAMES STODDARD of P. G. County, tailor
      Price: 9025 lbs. tobacco and an annual rental of one grain of Indian Corn.
      Property: All the 300 acre tract in P. G. County, formerly in Calvert County, called "Bacon Hall" on the west side of the western branch of Patuxent River; adjoining land of BAKERS BROOKS, Esq., called "Brooke Grove," land of PETER JOY, land laid out for THOMAS TRUEMAN, Esq., land of JOHN BEGGER called "Mussell Shell," and land laid out for Maj. THOMAS BROOKE called "Grove Landing"; originally granted to NINIAN BEALL, 1 May 1672.signature: NINIAN BEALL
      Wit.: JOHN BATE, WILL'M HOLLYDAY Ackn'd: NINIAN BEALL, 14 May 1697 Recorded: 24 June 1697, Vol. A, Page 54
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Quit Claim Deed, 14 July 1700
      From: DAVID SMALL of P. G. County, merchant
      To: Capt. THOMAS EMMS of London, England; mariner Price: 150 pounds sterling
      Property: Two parcels taken from "Calvert Mannor" on Calvert Branch on the west side of Patuxent River in the freshes near the dividing thereof. 1) A 163 acre tract, except for lots already built upon according to an act of the Assembly creating a town [Charles Town] from "Mount Calvert Manor," and also one acre leased by WILLIAM and MARY GROOME to JOSIAS TOWGOOD for 99 years. Said tract bounding on land of JOHN DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER BAINES, and CHARLES TRACEY, the main road to the ferry, and the great sunken marsh. 2) A 250 acre tract bounding on land of Mr. BRADLEY, RICHARD GROOME, and CHARLES TRACEY. "Mount Calvert Mannor," containing 1000 acres, was granted to PHIL-LIP CALVERT of St. Mary's County, 17 February 1658. CALVERT conveyed the land to WILLIAM GROOME of Calvert Co. from whom it passed by bequest to GROOME'S eldest son WILLIAM GROOME who was to give half of the tract to his brother RICHARD GROOME. WILLIAM GROOME of Charlestown, P. G. County, innholder, and his wife MARY, conveyed their interest in the property, 24 July 1690, to THOMAS EMMS, of London, mariner, and DAVID SMALL of P. G. County, merchant. Signature: DAVID SMALL
      Wit.: JOHN BATTE, EDW'D BATTSON
      Ackn'd: DAVID SMALL, 14 July 1700
      Recorded: 18 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 324
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; 94 Year Lease, 14 July 1700
      From: DAVID SMALL of P. G. County, merchant, Administrator of CHARLES TRACEY, late of Charlestown, inn-holder, deceased.
      To: Capt. THOMAS EMMS of London, England; mariner Price: 50 pounds sterling and yearly rent of one grain of wheat paid December 25th.
      Property: A tract of 2 acres and 72 perches taken from "Mount Calvert Mannor" on the west side of Patuxent River in the freshes near the dividing of the river. Said "Mount Calvert Mannor" was granted to PHILLIP CALVERT, 17 February 1658, and from CALVERT, the land passed to WILLIAM GROOME and MARY his wife (see Deed, SMALL to EMMS, 14 July 1700), who conveyed said 2 acres and 72 perches to CHARLES TRACEY by 99 Year Lease dated 28 September 1695.
      CHARLES TRACEY died leaving neither wife nor issue and the property passed to DAVID SMALL, his greatest creditor.
      Signature: DAVID SMALL
      Wit.: JOHN BATIE, EDW'D BATTSON
      Ackn'd: DAVID SMALL, 17 July 1700
      Recorded: 19 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 329
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 29 November 1699
      From: ROBERT LILE (also spelled LYLE) of Calvert County, planter.
      To: ELIZABETH MORLEY, Executrix of the last will and testament of GRIFFIN MORLEY of Anne Arundel County, de-ceased.
      Price: 45 pounds sterling
      Property: A 200 acre part of a tract called "Waugh-ton" on the eastern branch of the Potomac River. In 1687, a 492 acre tract called "Waughtown" in Charles County, bounding on a tract called "Cuckhold Delight," and on land of BENJAMIN HADDOCK, was granted to WILLIAM LYLE, late of Calvert County, deceased, ("see survey of 4 August 1686"). WILLIAM LYLE died intestate and the tract passed to his eldest son ROBERT LYLE of Calvert Co. who contracted to sell 200 acres of the land to the said GRIFFIN MORLEY, 18 May 1698. Said land was bequeathed by said MORLEY in his will dated 9 August 1699.
      Signature: ROBERT LYLE
      Wit.: JOHN BATTIE, ANDREW HAMBLETON
      Ackn'd: ROBERT LYLE and wife ELIZABETH, 29 November 1699.
      Recorded: 19 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 332
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 29 November 1699
      From: ROBERT LYLE of Calvert County, planter
      To: JOHN HUGGINS of Anne Arundel County, planter Price: 35 pounds sterling
      Property: A 292 acre part of the tract called "Waughtown" on the east branch of the Potomac River bounding on "Cuckholds Delight" and on the said land of BENJAMIN HADDOCK [see above deed: LYLE to MORLEY, 29 November 16997.
      Signatures: ROBERT LYLE, ELIZABETH LYLE
      Wit.: JOHN BATTIE, ANDREW HAMBLETON
      Ackn'd: ROBERT LYLE and wife ELIZABETH, (no date)
      Recorded: 21 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 335
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      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 116b: Deed of Gift, 20 Dec 1704
      From: Ninian Beall, Sr. of Prince George's County
      To: Nath'Il Taylor, Minister of Gospel
      For a piece of money called a sixpence "I freely" give a half-acre of land being part of a tract called The Meaddows on the Western Branch of the Patuxent River in Prince George's County to Nathaniel Taylor, to Robert Bradly, James Stoddart, John Battie, Archibald Edmundson, Thomas Beall, Sr., Thomas Beall, Jr., Ninian Beall, Jr., Charles Beall, Christopher Thompson, Joshua Hall, John Browne, John Henry, James Beall, Alexander Beall, William Offett, John Soaper and to their successors
      Signed: Ninlan Beall
      Witnessed: John Wight and Samll Magruder

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