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

Patrick Andrews

Male Abt 1688 - 1735  (~ 47 years)


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  • Name Patrick Andrews  [1
    Birth Abt 1688 
    Gender Male 
    Death 28 May 1735  Prince George's County, Maryland - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I16333  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Family ID F7505  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Sarah Barton,   b. Abt 1686, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 29 Aug 1733, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 47 years) 
    Marriage Abt 15 Feb 1730  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8357  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Family 2 Anne Truman,   b. Abt 1658, Gedling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1728, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 70 years) 
    Marriage 30 Jun 1715  Christ Church Parish, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F10532  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      Patrick Andrew 21.450 Page £138.5.7 May 28 1735 Aug 17 1736
      Items in Calvert and Prince George's Counties.
      Appraisers: Francis Hutchins, William Skinner.
      Creditors: John Smith, Posthumus Thornton.
      Mentions: Samuel Perrey.
      Administrator/Executor: Alexander Lawson.
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      Andrew, Sarah, Prince George's County, 3rd Aug., 1733; 29th Aug., 1733,
      To dau. Anne Perrie and hrs., dwelling plantation on Swanson's Creek.
      daus. Sarah and Mary Perrie and their hrs., tract in Charles Co. and residue of real estate.
      Mother Sarah Haddock, extx., and residuary legatee.
      Test: Margaret Belt, Anne Young, James Haddock Waring. MCW 20. 747.
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      Col. John Bigger 37A.25 I £107.13.0 Apr 24 1716
      Mentions: Mr. Colmore, Mr. Thomas Colmore wife (unnamed) of administrator, Dr. Thomas Corne.
      Administrator: Patrick Andrews (also Patt. Andrew).
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      Col. John Bigger 37A.25 A CA £224.12.4 Apr 25 1716
      Payments to: Mr. Jonathon Scarth, widow Crisop, George Young, Sr., Richard Hudson, Darby Hornly, Mr. Macnemara, Madam Anne Milner, William Bladen, Esq., Mr. Phil. Lloyd, Mr. Edward Botteler, Mr. James Mackall, Mr. James Bowles, Mr. Clement Hill, Rev. Mr. Cockshutt, Mr. Charles Carroll, Mr. John Smith, Mr. Wornell Hunt, Mr. John Brome.
      Executrix: Ann Andrews, wife of Patrick Andrews.
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      Col. John Bigger 38A.81 A CA £1251.15.10 £78.14.2 May 30 1717
      A second inventory was cited in the amount of £107.13.5.
      Payments to: William Head, Thomas Colmore, Jos. Willson, Mr. Darnel, William Bladen, Esq., Phillip Loyd, Esq., Petter Mardin, James Haddock, Dr. Patrick Hepburn.
      Executrix: Ann Andrews, wife of Mr. Patrick Andrews (gentleman).
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      Rebecka Becraft 39C.84 I Page £5.8.4 Nov 14 1717
      Appraisers: Richard Duckett, Welldon Jefferson.
      Approvers: Abraham Becraft, Esther Wright, Patt. Andrew.
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      Rebecka Becraft (widow) 2.57 A Page £5.8.4 £7.8.1 Jun 5 1719
      Payments to: Patrick Andrew, Dr. Patrick Hepburne, Mr. James Haddock, Patrick Hepburn.
      Administrator: Patrick Andrew (gentleman) of Calvert County.
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      Maj. Samuel Perrie 11.130 A Page £1183.18.8 £165.14.5 Jul 31 1731
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £210.8.7 in Charles County. Received from: Mr. Daniel Lamport (merchant in London).
      Payments to: Robert Tyler, Edward Mayhu paid to Robert Bradly, Richard Bell,
      Henry Gibbons paid to Randolph Morris, Barton Warren paid to Randolph Morris, Thomas Truman Greenfield & Richard Smith paid to Randolph Morris, Jonathon Davis, Sr. & his wife Mary Davis for attending court as evidence in deceased's behalf against garnishees of Arden Carleton paid to Jonathon Davis, Jr., Thomas Coleman for attending court as evidence in deceased's behalf against garnishees of Arden Carleton, Mary Davis for attending court as evidence against administrators (unnamed) of Wilkenson paid to Jonathon Davis, Jr., John Adams for attending court as evidence against garnishees of
      Carleton paid to Thomas Coleman, James Wilson, Mr. James Francis, Edmund Jennings, Esq., Mr. Alexander Contee, Philemon Lloyd, Esq., Philemon Floyd, Esq., Mr. Peter Dent, Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Mr. William Cumming, Mr. Richard Francis, Mr. John Ross, executrix of Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., John Mudd, Jonathon Davies, Jr., Mary Willesey, Dr. Patrick Sim, David Craufurd, estate of Dr. Patrick Hepburn, Mrs. Elisabeth Hepburn, Ann Nutwell, Dr. Richard Pile, John Lyon, Thomas Willson, Edward Mayhu, Richard Boyce.
      Administratrix: Sarah Andrew (relict), now wife of Mr. Patrick Andrew (gentleman)
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      Col. James Haddock 11.424 A Page £1660.10.9 £466.10.6 Jul 5 1732
      Received from: Nickolas Watkins, Mr. Henry Darnall, Mr. John Peele (merchant in London), Mr. William Black, Daniel Lamport, Thomas Colmore, William Tower (executor of Capt. Richard Burbydge), John Hanbury, Capt. John Hyde & Co., Patrick Andrew who married Sarrah Perrie (administratrix of Samuel Perrie) as the effects of Jonathon Perrie, Jonathon Scarth, Capt. John Murdock, Samuel Potenger & John Lemarr, Col. Joseph Belt.
      Payments to: George Plater, Esq. per Col. Joseph Belt, John Docwra, David Crawford, Dr. Henry Whitam, Edward Owen, Samuell Plumbe, George Buchannan, Philip Playfay, John Magruder, Isaack Hyde, Emanuel DeRepharis (an East Indian indentured servant), Parish Church of St. Barnabas paid to Rev. Mr. Jacob Henderson (rector), Mr. Richard Lee, estate of Mr. Isaac Milbur per Mr. Ralph Crab, Mr. Ralph Crab, Edward Sprig & George Buchannan.
      Legatees: John Gibson, James Wilson.
      Executrix: Mrs. Sarah Haddock (widow, relict).
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      Maj. Samuel Perrie 12.633 A Page £1246.18.3 £579.1.7 Sep 28 1734
      Received from: Robert Brooks.
      Payments to; Jonathon Davis, Dr, James Boswell, Samuel Waring, Ligen Wilson, Mr. John Docwra, William Carter, John Adams, Thomas Coleman, estate of Hugh Arbuthnott George Buchannan, George Neilson, Gabriel Parker, John Thomas, Thomas Thomas, Benjamin Whales, William Cummings (administrator of Patrick Andrew, 1/3 portion of deceased's estate per widow's right),
      Mentions: former administrator (unnamed) & husband (unnamed) to Sarah Haddock (executrix of James Haddock), payments made by Patrick Andrew who married Sarah (administratrix of Samuel Perrie).
      Heirs: Samuel Perrie, Sarah Perrie, Anne Perrie.
      Administrators (de bonis non): Mrs. Sarah Haddock, Richard Marsham Waring,
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      Maj. Samuel Perrie 13.260 A Page £307.4.11 Jun 24 1735
      Payments to: Philip Plafay, Alexander Hawkins, Charles Beaven, Richard Smith guardian to William Wilkinson, Edmund Jennings, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., William Cummings, Alexander Contee, Benjamin Tasker & Daniel Dulany, Esq., Charles Somerset Smith guardian to Samuell Perrie (son), William Cummings (1/3) as administrator of Patrick Andrew who married the widow of the deceased.
      Heirs (children): Samuell, Sarah, Anne Perrie.
      Administrators: Mrs. Sarah Haddock, Richard Marsham Waring.
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      Maj. Samuel Perrie 17.489 A Page £458.2.9 Jan 4 1739
      Received from: estate of Mr. Marsham Warring.
      Payments to: Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield guardian to Francis Wilkinson, Col. Thomas Truman Greenfield guardian to Susanna Wilkinson, Alexander Lawson (administrator of Patrick Andrew), Mr. Alexander County, Thomas Clerk, William Cumming, Mr. Alexander Countee, Francis Wilkinson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., widow (unnamed, 1/3) paid to Mr. William Cumming, Mr. Samuel Perrie (son, his portion), Mrs. Anne Perrie (daughter, her portion), Mrs. (daughter, her portion).
      Administrator (surviving, de bonis non): Mr. Richard Marsham Waring.
      Other administratrix (de bonis non) is Sarah Haddock (now dead) wife of Mr. William Brogden.
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      TILL, Edward, Chas. County, 6th May, - ; 11th June, 1698.
      To sons Edward and John, all lands, being 2 tracts unnamed. In event of death of sons without issue, lands to pass to John and Thomas Craxon; they dying without issue to pass to Thomas Chapman, Jr.
      Wife Sarah, extx. and residuary legatee.
      Test: Patrick Andrews, Thos. How, Francis Frampton. 7. 371.
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      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 309
      Enrolled at request of Marsham Waring, articles, 24 Jul 1731:
      Articles of agreement Between Patrick Andrew of Calvert County, Gent., of one part, and Sarah Perrie, widow, and Marsham Waring, Gent, brother of sd. Sarah
      A marriage is considered between Patrick Andrew and Sarah Perrie; Patrick to make over, slaves, household staff, cattle, hogs, sheep and horses and some part of estate to Marsham Waring in trust for Sarah and use of her; 15 Feb 1730; /s/ Pat. Andrew, Sarah Perrie, Marsham Waring; wit. Elianor Waring, Basil Waring, Jr., Edward Wilmot
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      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 552
      Enrolled at request of William Cummings 4 Nov 1732:
      Indenture, 20 Oct 1732; Between Patrick Andrew, Gent. and William Cummings of Annapolis, Gent.; for £7.19.10 and 7,600# tobacco; Negro boy Robin, age ca 7; mulatto girl Maria, age ca 8, the d/o Heneretta Maria Calvert, 10 silver spoons, 3 silver castors and Tankard; 9 large breeding sows and 9 large barrows 3 years old; /s/ Patt. Andrew; wit. Francis Allen, Robert Gordon; 21 Oct 1732 ack. by Patrick Andrew
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      1733-1739 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records
      Liber T, Page 12
      Recorded at request of William Cumming, 26 Nov 1733:
      Power of Attorney; Patrick Andrew, Gent., appoints William Cumming of Annapolis in Anne Arundel County, Gent.; mentions Jonathan Perrie, merchant of London; Stephen Yoakley, mariner, Sarah Haddock, widow, Robert Pearle, Richard Marsham Waring and Sarah Waring; /s/ Patt. Andrew; Wit. Wm. Moxley, Jno. Watkins; 9 Nov 1733
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      1733-1739 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records
      Liber T, Page 14
      Recorded at request of William Cumming, 6 Nov 1733:
      Patrick Andrew of Calvert County, Gent. indebted to William Cumming of Anne Arundel Co. for 2,620# tobacco; assignment of goods, chattels & Negroes (Thomas, Ann, Diana); Patrick Andrew did intermarry Sarah Perrie (now dec'd), widow and admn. of Maj. Saml. Perrie, dec'd; 9 Nov 1733; /s/ Patt. Andrew; wit. Wm. Moxly, Jno. Wathens
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 120. At the request of Samuel Collard the following Deposition was recorded June 26, 1770
      The deposition of Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler aged about 74 being sworn deposeth that about 37 years ago she was called upon as a midwife to the wife of John Ouchterlony whom she this deponent delivered of a daughter that was called Agnes and further declared that the said John Ouchterlony's wife's her maiden name was Plummer and further saith that his first wife's maiden name was Francis Wells and that she always understood John Ouchterlony came into this province a merchant. Signed Elizabeth Tyler before the subscribing witnesses, Joseph Sprigg, Richard Duckett, Jr.
      The deposition of Mr. John Lamar age 78 years or thereabouts deposeth that he saw the Rev. Mr. Maconkey marry John Ouchterlony to Priscilla Plummer and further saith that he gave her in marriage according to the form required thereto and further saith that first wife was Francis Wells and that he always understood John Ouchterlony used to sell goods and that he was a Scotsman. Signed John Lamar in the presence of Joseph Sprigg. Test; Richard Lamar
      PGCo; I hereby certify that Nathan Wells, Sr., And Mrs. Sarah Gaither this day came before me the subscriber and made oath that 50 odd years ago John Ouchterlony came into this province a youth under the direction of Patrick Andrews, merchant with whom he lived as a storekeeper until Andrews declined the business that after that the said John John Ouchterlony went for London and soon after returned again into this province with the cargo which he sold in Patapsco River. That some short time after this he intermarried with Francis Wells by whom he had 2 daughters at birth named Mary and Elizabeth Ouchterlony and that the said Mary Ouchterlony is now living and is the wife of James Plummer. Given under my hand this July 31, 1764 Robert Tyler

  • Sources 
    1. [S279] Western Maryland Genealogy, Vol 12., No. 1, Jan 1996.

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