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

Hugh Rev. Conn

Male 1685 - 1752  (67 years)


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  • Name Hugh Rev. Conn 
    Born 1685  Magilligan, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 28 Jun 1752  Bladensburg, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I16862  Tree1
    Last Modified 11 Oct 2021 

    Family ID F11414  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Elizabeth MNU Todd,   b. 1689, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Feb 1718, Baltimore County, Maryland (at Sea) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 29 years) 
    Married Aft Jun 1715  Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth Conn,   b. Abt 22 Feb 1717, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 22 Feb 1717, Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 0 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 11 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F11412  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Jeane MNU Conn,   b. Bef 1707,   d. Bef 1748, Bladensburg, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 41 years) 
    Married 1723  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Hugh Conn,   b. 1 Dec 1723, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jun 1772, Loudoun County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years)  [natural]
     2. James Conn,   b. 16 Oct 1725, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Mar 1798, Berkeley County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)  [natural]
     3. John Conn,   b. Between 1726 and 1730, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1772, Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 47 years)  [natural]
     4. George Conn,   b. 7 Feb 1732, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1780, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 49 years)  [natural]
     5. Anne Conn,   b. Abt 1734, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     6. Samuel Conn,   b. Aft 1734,   d. 10 Aug 1765, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 29 years)  [Adopted]
     7. Elizabeth Conn,   b. Abt 1736, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     8. Joseph Conn,   b. 1741, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft Sep 1777, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 36 years)  [Adopted]
    Last Modified 11 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F11413  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • CONN, Rev. Mr, Hugh, on Sun,., 28th June last., dropped down dead in his pulpit., as he was preaching to a congregation near Bladensburg, P. G. Co.; he was a Presbyterian minister. (July 9, 1752)
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      CONN, HUGH., Prince George's County, Descenting Minister. 4 Mar. 1748 26 Aug. 1752
      To eld. son Hugh Conn, 100 A. tract "Joseph Park," where he is seated, on the north side of Rock Creek.
      Balance to 7 remaining children.
      To 2nd son James Conn, 100 A. of aforementioned tract bet. his bro. Hugh Conn's land, and the land where I have a quarter,
      To 3rd son John Conn, pt. of tract "Hudson's Range," lying on both sides of the Beaver Dam, southeast and northwest, and reaching from a branch called Fits Branch, to Dr. Haswell's dwelling plantation, containing bet. 200 or 300 A.
      To 4th son George Conn, 200 A., dwelling plantation lying northwest of Fits Branch, and to be made up of that tract called "Hudson's Range", and the upper end of a tract I lately bought of William Thornton, called "William and Ann."
      To 5th son Samuel Conn, 100 A. of tract called 'Joseph Park," where I have a quarter.
      To son Joseph Conn, dwelling plantation; If It so happens that I am dec'd. before son Joseph Conn comes to age, then it Is my will that son James Conn, to whom I gave his dividend of land at Rock Creek, shall come and inherit my now dwelling plantation, at the eastern branch, and the inheritance I gave him at Rock Creek, shall be given to his bro. Joseph Conn. This change I make upon the account of my younger children, confiding in son James Conn, for his faithfulness to his younger bros. and sisters.
      If either of the 3 sons mentioned: Hugh,, James or Samuel Conn, shd, die before they Inherit the tract "Joseph's Park", then their particular dividend of same to the survivors.
      If either of the 3 sons: John, George or Joseph Conn, to whom tracts, "Hudson's Range", "White Taskington," [sic Whitlaintine] and "Wm. and Ann" is left to, shd. die before they come to Inherit, then their dividend of land shall be applied to the survivors.
      To dau. Anne Conn, slaves.
      To dau, Elizabeth Conn, slaves,
      Balance to 7 children; 5 sons and 2 daus.
      Sons James, George and John, exs.
      Wit: James Edmondston, Thos. Cleland, David Ross,
      memorandum: The opposition of James Edmondston, witness, is carried to page 460. 28.384
      ===
      Mr. Hugh Con 52.28 PG £617.2.9 Nov 28 1752 Nov 29 1752
      Appraisers: James Perie, Thomas Evans.
      Creditors: Chrn. Lowdes, Robert Peters.
      Next of kin: George Conn, George Conn, Jr.
      Executors: James Con, George Con, John Con.
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      Rev. Hugh Conn 54.261 PG £123,4.3 May 4 1753 Aug 28 1753
      Appraisers: G. Scott, James Pearry.
      Mentions; George Conn James Conn.,
      Executors:: James Conn, George Conn, John Conn,
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      Hugh Conn 35.51 A PG £617.2.9 £39.16.5 Aug 28 1753
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £123.4.3.
      Payments to: Benjamin Levy, John Tyson, Thomas Con, Jane Martin, Lord Baltimore paid to Samuel Beale, Jr. per Mr. John Darnall, Lord Baltimore paid to Samuel Beale, Jr. per Mr. Christopher Lowndes, Mr. George Gordon (of Frederick County) paid to Robert Peter, Mr. Peter Dent paid to Mr. John Cooke, Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid to John Cooke, John Cooke, Esq., Joseph Shean, Samuel Beall for Josiah Beall (of Frederick County).
      Executors: James Con, George Con, John Con.
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      Michael Young 1.20 A BA £37.4.0 £41.12.1 Jun 16 1718
      Payments to: Hugh Con and his wife Elisabeth Con, Capt. Richard Colegate.
      Executor: Henry Jonas.
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      Michael Young 37B.81 A BA £37.4.0 £34.14.10 Jun 5 1717
      Payments to: Capt. Colegate, James Read, Samuel Hardin, Thomas Smith, Mr. Hugh Conn.
      Executor: Henry Jones.
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      Anthony Durrant 1.492 BA £37.13.10 Jul 26 1718 Sep 11 1718
      Appraisers: John Norton, S. Hinton.
      Creditors: Samuel Harryman, Richard Colegate.
      Next of kin: Sibia Durrant, Hugh Conn.
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      Anthony Durant 3.416 A BA £37.13.10 £20.11.11 Apr 21 1721
      Payments to: Col. Richard Colegate, Mr. John Stokes, Mr. Hugh Conn, Samuell Harryman, William Bladen, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq., John Norton, John Israeli.
      Administratrix: Sabia Durant (also Sibia Durant).
      ===
      Richard Sampson 3.117 A BA £85.0.2 £97.11.6 Sep 7 1720
      Received from: Hennry Satyer.
      Payments to: John Dorsey, Joseph Hore, Mr. John Stokes, Mr. William Talbot paid by accountant's deceased husband Samuell Hinton to George Ogg (executor of William Talbot}, Thomas Cromwell, Thomas Todd, Jr. (dead) whose widow (unnamed) married Hugh Conn who received payment, Hennry Dukes, Samuell Haryman, John Hall, Esq. paid by accountant's deceased husband Samuell Hinton, Hennry Jones, James Presbury, Samuell Tayler paid by accountant's deceased husband Samuell Hinton to Thomas Knighton (administrator of said Samuell Tayler), Capt. Richard Colegate, Thomas Hutchins, Marry Linch for her husband (unnamed, dead, appraiser), Samuell Hinton.
      Distribution to (equally): widow (unnamed), 3 children (unnamed).
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Sampson (widow), now wife of Thomas Stone.
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      Beall, James, planter, Prince George's County, 21st Nov., 1723; 10th July, 1725,
      To eldest son John, "Rover's Content,"Fiffe," pt. of "Good Luck," on East side of Cabbin Br., and "Drumaldree"
      To Son Nathaniel, "Easy Purchase" and "Addition to Easy Purchase."
      To son James, pt. of Good Luck, on w. side of Cabbin Br., and "Lone head."
      To sons Robert and Joseph, "Lay Hill" equally.
      To son Zepheniah., pt. of "Allisons Park," and "Cooper."
      To dau. Sarah, pt. of "Beall's Mannour" and £30 to be pd. her by son-in-law Thomas Odell on day of marriage or on demand.
      To Rev. Mr. Hugh Conn and to the ministers that shall succeed him, £10 yearly.
      To wife Sarah, dwelling plantation and personalty during life; residue of personal estate to children equally.
      Exs.: Bro. Alexander, son John, cousin William and John Beall. Sr.
      Test: Thos. Applegate, Joseph Beach,, Mary Boyce. 18.394,
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      Mr. James Beale 8.262 A PG £51.3.8 Jul 13 1727
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £311.2.6.
      Received from (merchants in London): Mr. James Bradley, Capt. Richard Burbydge, Mr. John Hanbury, Mr. Joseph Adams.
      Received from: Thomas Aplegate, William Hughes, John James, Symon Nickolls, Richard Ewer, Elisabeth Junton (executrix of Solomon Junton), Capt. Thomas Clegitt, James Edmonston, Meridith Davis, Thomas Odell, Thomas Nickolls, John Beale, Sr., James Veatch.
      Payments to: Mr. William Offutt, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Isaac Hardee, Nehemiah Ogden, John Beale per Robert Beale, Thomas Applegate, Honour Clarke, Charles Calvert, Mr. William Beckingham, Esq. Loyde, A. Contee, Edmond Jenings, Esq.,
      Lingan Willson for 2 clients' oaths against John Farguson & administratrix of Kings, Mr. Hugh Conn, Thomas Wilson for serving a warrant on John James for judgement of John Magruder.
      Mentions: widow (unnamed), 8 children (unnamed).
      Executor: John Beale, Jr.
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      James Stoddert, Esq. 9.134 A PG £707.5.? £793.7.2 Apr 30 1728
      Received from: Robert Clyde, William Marshall, Mr. Joseph Coble, John Queen, Mr. George Dent, John Dickeson, Francis Malbrough.
      Payments to: William White (taylor), Mr. Thomas Brooke, Mr. Jenings for a fee against Mr. Thomas Marshall, Mr. Christopher Thompson, Dr. Brown, Bingly Page, Benjamin Ozburn, Esq. Loyd, John Dickison & John Willcoxon, James Mead, Rev. Hugh Conn, Robert Clyde, William Marshall, Mr. James Weems due from estate of James Stoddert, Jr.
      Legatees: Mr. Thomas Marshall, Mr. William Stoddert, Mr. James Weems, accountant.
      Distribution to: Benjamin Stoddert & Thomas Stoddert.
      Executor (acting): John Stoddert.
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      William Tannehill 11.415 A PG £139.18.8 £22.17.1 Jun 21 1732
      Payments to: Hugh Conn, William Harbin, Joseph Coleman, Ja. Tannehill, Francis
      Bird, Thomas Brooke.
      Mentions: parties (unnamed) interested are at age.
      Executrix: Euphan Tannehill (widow, relict).
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      Hugh Arbuthnot 15.62 A PG £231.18.10 Jul 29 1736
      Merchant in London.
      Received from: David Crawford, Hugh Conn, John Beal Tayler, Charles Diggs, Henry Dick, William Pile, Samuell White, Ebenezar Handy, Samuell Waters, Clement Sewell, Philip Key, Robert Tyler, Jr., Osberne Sprigge, John Thompson, Archibald Edmondson, Richard Purnell, John Read, Robert Tyler, Edward Sprigg, Charles Williams, Richard Clagett, Samuell Griffin, Lingan Wilson, Basil Warring, Marten Driver, John Williams, George Attwood, Thomas Beale, Samuell Waters, Jr., Robert Alexander, Thomas Prather, Marsham Warring, Thomas Brooke, Esq., Walter Smith, Sarah Busey, John Forleas, Charles Somerset Smith, John Jackson, William Miller, Walter Brooke, Arthur ONeale, William Gray, Humphrey Berrey, John Howard, Henry Austin, Charles Claggett, Joseph Chew, Thomas Maccullock, William Young, Thomas Dorsett, William Shaw, John Frazer, Jr., James Robertson, Thomas Leman, Thomas Gray, James Perry, John Stoddert, Robert
      Sellers, Jr., Thomas Clagett, John Child, John Magruder, Elisabeth Hepburn, George Murdock, Robert Hanson, William Paine, Mr. David Crawford.
      Payments to: Abraham Russell, Mr. John Orme, Sarah Battie, Katherine Pulver, John Henry, John Busey (administrator of Paul Busey), Thomas Marshall, Michaell Vrine, Richard Tillie, Francis Acobrey, Henry Fox, Richard Beavens, John Tragier, Mary Booth, Christopher Edelin, John Nicholls, George Dent, Col. Robert King, John Pottinger, Capt. John Woodbridge, Thomas Beall, Richard Tripe, John Smith, Edmund Jenings, Esq., Walter Farmichall, John Boyd, Capt. Joseph Wilkinson, Joseph Combs, estate of Rev. Christopher Wilkinson, estate of James Green, Robert Christee, John Waters, Martha Sheredine per her executrix.
      Administrator: George Buchannan (gentleman, also Mr. George Buchananan) in trust for Nathaniell Fook, James Pierce, John Wood.
      ===
      Ninian Edmonston 15.328 A PG £15.17.14 Jun 2 1737
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £4.3.11.
      Received from: George Nicholls, Henry Culver, Thomas Hamilton, Alexander Beale, Nathaniel Beall, Thomas Gore, William Tannnehill, Samuel Beale, John Harding, John Davis.
      Payments to: Mary Cramphin, John Beal, Rev. Hugh Conn, Samuel Beall, Sr., Capt. John Watts, Maj. Edward Spriggs, Charles Calvert, Esq., Benjamin Tasker & Daniel Dulany, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., Peter Dent.
      Administrator: Capt. James Edmonston.
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      Capt. Charles Beall, 19.398 A PG £25.0.10 May 19 1743
      The amount of the accounts also included £28.11.9 in sterling and #2915.
      Payments to: Thomas Cramphin, Mary Cramphin, Hugh Conn.
      Legatees: Charles (son).
      Executors: Mary Beall, Joshua Beall.
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      Capt. Richard Prichard 20,196 A PG £426.11.5 May 11 1744
      The amount of the accounts also included £2.11.7 in sterling & #5489.
      Received from: Charles Bowman, Hugh Conn. Francis Eduardo, Michael Dowden, Nicholas Smith, William Penson, Katherine Tate, Philip Evans.
      Payments to: Daniel Carroll, Tailor Higginson, William Beall paid to Ninian Beall, Jr., John Richards, James Pearre.
      Executrix: Rebecca Tilley.
      ===
      John Abbington 21.150 A PG £1439.9.3 Mar 15 1744
      Received from: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
      Payments to: John Dawson, Joseph Jeffery for money lent to William Abbington (son), John Needham who married Sarah (daughter) for legacies now property of Mr. George Noble since delivered to Mr. John Addison (surviving executor of said Noble), Catherine Plafey, John Dickinson, Richard Gildart, Esq. (merchant in Leverpoole) per Charles Neale, William Webster, Capt. Charles Beall paid to Hugh Conn, Thomas Sprigg, Thomas Gant, Sr., MM Henry & Edward Trafford (merchants in Leverpoole) per John Lawrance paid to John Hawkins, William Murdock, William Hawkins per Mordacai Coleman (executor of Joseph Coleman).
      Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Dr. Andrew Scott.
      ===
      John Abbington 23.167 A PG £1184.0.9 Mar 31 1747
      Received from: Alexander Fraser (blacksmith), James Addarns, Thomas Lockyer, Leonard Wheeler, John Dawson, Thomas Blancklick, Thomas Norton, William Dawson, Richard Chidley, Richard Rawlings, Samuel Barker, Hugh Conn, Isaac Wells, Elisabeth Barns, George Dawson, John Thomas.
      Payments to: Mrs. Eleanor Addison, William Clifton (of Virginia), Col Gabriel Parker, estate of Rev. John Fraser, Thomas Norton, Mr. George Parker, children of Mr. George Noble paid to Mr. John Addison (guardian to Thomas Noble (son of said George) & George Noble (son of said George)) & to Zachariah Wade who married Anne (daughter of said George), Mr. Thomas Clark, cost of suit against John Lowe, Sr., cost of suit against John Lowe, Jr., cost of suit against Edward Trafford, Esq.
      Executrix: Mary Scott, wife of Andrew Scott.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 25.
      Oct 8, 1743 from Thomas Butler of PG, Gent, to Joseph Belt of PG, planter, for 75 £, a tract of land called the Lost Coat, being part of a tract of land called Joseph's Park, lying in PG, bounded by the north corner of a tract of land belonging to the Revd Hugh Conn called [blank], being on the east side of a branch called Rock Cr, that runs into Potowmack River, to a tract of land called [blank] belonging to Thomas Miles, a tract of land called [blank] belonging to Doctor Andrew Scott, containing about 326M acres. Signed - Thos Butler. Wit - Thos Owen*, James Edmonston*. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Thos Butler, ack. this deed. Recorded Oct 12, 1743.
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      John Rattenbury 4.187 A BA £168.18.6 Oct 2 1721
      Received from: Arthur Cavener.
      Payments to: Dr. Pa. Hepburn, Mr. Phill. Smith (merchant in London) endorsed by Philemon Hemsley paid by Jonathan Howard (merchant in London), Charles Carroll, John Cornelius, Hugh Conn, Thomas Cox, John Roberts, Thomas Bordley, Esq., John Sunderland, Lanc. Todd (administrator of John Loockett, Jr.) due to John Loockett, Sr.
      Administratrix: Margarett Rattenbury.
      ===
      Dr. Alexander Fraser of AA county was different person

      Alexander Frazer 3.434 A BA £90.5.2 £186.19.0 Jul 31 1721
      Received from: Thomas Tolly, Edmond Wiseman, Moses Edwards, Bennett Garret, Josephus Murrey, Capt. James Christie, Samuell Dorsey, Thomas Stone (administrator of Samuell Hinton), John Wilmote, George Walker, Edward Cox, Robert Maxfield, Henry Carrington, Edward Norwood, William Marshall, Edward Reeston, Thomas Cromwell, George Budd, Mathew Organ, John Macarty, Pircell Welsh, John Ashman, Michael Webster, John Gorsuch, John Ouchterlony, Joseph Crouch, Thomas Foord, Jonathon Tipton, James Vanbever, John Cole, James Macnemara, James Christie, Alexander Ruth, Capt. Thomas Larkin, Henry Witherel.
      Payments to: Thomas Tolly, George Eves paid to Bennet Garrett, Henry Man, James Christie, Samuell Hinton, Elisabeth Stone, Thomas Stone, Dr. George Walker, Thomas Randall, Thomas Emminson, Edward Norwood, Jonathon Hanson, William Black, John Ashman, Launce Todd, Richard Gist, Hugh Conn, Samuell Taylor, Capt. Richard Colegate, Capt. Thomas Larkin, Dr. John Davison, Lancelott Todd & John Ashmon, John Smith, Richard Bennet, Esq., Phill. Lloyd, Esq., Thomas Bordly, Esq., Mr. John Stokes, Mr. John Roberts, Mr. Edward Hall, Vachell Denton.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Frazer.
      ===
      PGCo Land Records Liber I, folio 222 - Indenture, 10 Jul 1721; enrolled 13 Jan 1721
      From: Christopher Thompson, Gentlemen of Prince George's County
      To: Hugh Conn, clerk of Prince George's County
      For "great love and regard to Hugh Conn and the desire he has to promote and contribute to the conditions and comfort for establishment and settlement at the Eastern Branch of the Potomac and for the sum of 5s, a tract of land called Whitelautin; bounded by the Eastern Branch containing 100 acres
      /s/ Christopher Thompson (mark)
      Wit Wm. Young, James Stoddert, Jr.
      Acknowledged by ?Grace Thompson, wife of Christopher
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio 508
      Indenture, 28 Nov 1723; enrolled 29 Nov 1723
      From: Marsham Queen of Charles County, Gent.
      To: Hugh Conn of Prince George's County
      For £50 a tract of land called Hudson's Range, formerly in Charles County, now in Prince George's County; bounded by the Eastern Branch of the Potomac, land laid out for Christopher Thomson; containing 500 acres
      /s/ Marsham Queen (seal)
      Wit: James Stoddert, Samuel Queens
      Acknowledged by Mary Queen, wife of Marsham
      ===
      PGCo Land Records Liber Q, Page 595
      Rev Hugh Conn records Cattle Mark 3 Feb 1732
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      PGCo Land Records Liber I, - Folio 672 • Deed of Gift, 25 Aug 1725; enrolled 25 Aug 1725
      From: Archibald Edmonton
      To: Hugh Conn, James Stoddard, James Beall, John Beall, John Jackson, William Beall, Ninian Beall, William Tanyhill and their successors
      A parcel of land called Gores or The Meadows lying on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac in Prince George's county; containing 1 acre; for the building of a meeting house for the Presbyterian Congregation
      /s/ Archibald Edmonston (seal)
      Wit: Joe. Belt, Thomas Sprigg
      Acknowledged by Archibald Edmonston; no wife's endorsement
      ===
      PGCo Land Records Liber Q, Page 489
      Enrolled at request of James Gordon 28 Jun 1732:
      Indenture, 1 Jun 1732; Between Charles Beall, planter, and James Gordon; for £25; part of a tract called Crauford's Adventure; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; containing 100 acres; /s/ Chas. Beall; wit John Beall, Jos. Chew; ack. 1 Jun 1732 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 595
      Rev. Hugh Conn records cattle mark 3 Feb 1732
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      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 671
      Enrolled at request of John Macklaine 24 Jul 1733:
      Indenture, 13 Jul 1733; Between Charles Beall, planter, and John Macklean; for £30; a parcel called Craufurd's Adventure; on the east side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; bounded by Hudson's Range now in possession of Rev. Hugh Conn; containing 100 acres; /s/ Charles Beall; Thomas Langton, Richard Kelly (mark) ack. 13 Jul 1733 by Charles Beall and Mary his wife
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
      Liber T, Page 406
      Recorded at request of Thomas Gorden, 24 Aug 1736:
      Bill of Sale from John Gordon, saddler, for £20; paid by bro. Thomas Gorden, tanner; all saddles, saddler tools, leather and household goods and debts due from Ignatius Ransom, Charles Beall, Dr. John Haswell, Hugh Conn, Charles Boreman and Christopher Brown; 5 Aug 1736; /s/ John Gorden; Thos. Dawson, George Fraser
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber BB-1 Page 29
      May 23, 1739 from Thomas Butler of PG, Gentleman, to Hugh Conn of PG, Gentleman, for 75 £sterling, part of a tract of land called Josephs Park, bounded by the east side of Rock Cr, the late dwelling house of John Walker, containing about 300 acres. Signed - Thos Butler. Wit - Geo: Beall*, James Edmonton, Thos Gantt Jr*. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Thomas Butler, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jun 5, 1739.
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber BB-1 Page 29
      May 23, 1739 from Thomas Butler of PG, Gentleman, to Hugh Conn of PG, Gentleman, for 75 £sterling, part of a tract of land called Josephs Park, bounded by the east side of Rock Cr, the late dwelling house of John Walker, containing about 300 acres. Signed - Thos Butler. Wit - Geo: Beall*, James Edmonton, Thos Gantt Jr*. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Thomas Butler, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Jun 5, 1739.
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber BB-1 Page 25.
      Oct 8, 1743 from Thomas Butler of PG, Gent, to Joseph Belt of PG, planter, for 75 £, a tract of land called the Lost Coat, being part of a tract of land called Joseph's Park, lying in PG, bounded by the north corner of a tract of land belonging to the Revd Hugh Conn called [blank], being on the east side of a branch called Rock Cr, that runs into Potowmack River, to a tract of land called [blank] belonging to Thomas Miles, a tract of land called [blank] belonging to Doctor Andrew Scott, containing about 326-1/4 acres. Signed - Thos Butler. Wit - Thos Owen*, Jams Edmonston*. Elizabeth, the wife of the sd Thos Butler, ack. this deed. Recorded Oct 12, 1743.
      ===
      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber BB-1 Page 241.
      Aug 25, 1744 from Joshua Beall of PG, planter, to John Row, late of Edenburgh, Merchant, for 13 £10 shillings sterling, 110 acres, it being part of a tract of land called Cranfords Adventure, lying in PG on the south side of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River, bounded by a tract of land called Hudsons Range now in possession of Mr. Hugh Conn. Signed - Jos:a Beall. Wit - Tho Owen*, George Scott*. Recorded Dec 4, 1744.
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber BB-1 Page 268.
      Release, recorded at the request of Hugh Conn. Whereas the within land was under mortgage to me, and the consideration money mentioned in the within deed was paid to me by Mr. Hugh Conn, I hereby release to the within named Hugh Conn, forever, all my right to the within land. Signed Feb 14, 1744/45 - Dan' Carroll. Wit - Char. Carroll, Walt. Dulany. Recorded Mar 27, 1745. {Vide Deed Liber Y folio 29 & 30}
      ===
      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber EE-1 Page 482.
      Aug 8, 1748 from Thomas Butler of PG, Gent, to Daniel Carroll of [Upper] Marlborough in PG, Mercht. Whereas sd Thomas Buttler, by deed dated Sep 17, 1736, the sd Thomas Buttler granted and sold to the sd Dan Carroll, all that tract of land called Josephs Park, lying in PG, containing 4220 acres, subject to a redemption upon the payment of 380 lbs sterling, with interest, on Sep 1, 1737, as by sd deed, recorded in PG Land Records lib T folio 439.440 may appear. And whereas the sd money and interest thereof still remains due and unpaid, and that the sd Thomas Buttler, with the consent of the sd Danl Carroll, by several deeds, has sold and conveyed several parcels out of the sd tract to the following persons, viz, Henry Watson, 312-1/2 acres & to Joseph Belt, 326 acres, to Hugh Conn, 300 acres, and to Thomas Miles, 100 acres. Now this indenture witnesses that the sd Thomas Buttler, for and in consideration of the money mentioned in the sd recited deed, and for 256 £6 shillings sterling to sd Thomas Buttler by sd Daniel Carroll in hand paid, has granted to sd Dan Carroll, all the sd tract of land, except the several parcels herein before mentioned to have been sold by sd Thomas Buttler to the sd Henry Watson, Joseph Belt, Hugh Conn, and Thomas Miles. Signed - Thos. Butler. Wit - John Darnall (a Justice of Provincial Court), Basil Waring. Recorded Aug 15, 1748.
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      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland - Liber EE-1 Page 493.
      Aug 25, 1748 from William Thornton of Anne Arundel County, Gentleman, to Revd Hugh Conn, Protestant Dissenting Minister of PG, for 15 £sterling, all that tract of land called William and Ann, lying on the north side of a branch called the Beverdam Branch and on the east side of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River, and beginning at a bounded hickory, where now there is a cedar post put in the SW bounded tree of Christopher Thompson's called Whitelackington, containing about 95 acres. If, however, sd Hugh Conn, shall at any time hereafter be ousted from the possession of the 95 acres by any legal proceedings, then the sd William Thornton obliges himself to refund to the sd Hugh Conn, the afd sum of 15 £sterling. Signed - Wm: Thornton. Wit - John Hepburn (a Provincial Justice), Matt Bordley. Recorded Aug 23, 1748.
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
      Transcribed from Mortgage Deed exactly as it reads.

      PGLR NN.486

      At the Request of George Conn the following Mortgage was recorded Octr 14th 1756
      To all to whom these Presents shall come I Hugh Conn of Prince Georges County Planter
      Greeting Know ye that I Hugh Conn for & in Consideration of the Sum of Twenty four Pounds Sterling and diverse other causes and Considerations me hereunto especially moving have bargained sold released granted & confirmed & by these presents do bargain sell release grant & confirm unto George Conn of Prince Georges County afd Planter one Negro Man called Bon one Negro Boy called Charles one Negro Girl named Bett & one Molatto Girl called Nan and one Black Mare together with all & singular the Houshold Stuff Implements & Moveables being in or about the Dwelling House of me the said Hugh Conn in Prince Georges County afd contained and specified in a certain Schedule hereunto annexed & Subscribed by the proper Hand of me the said Hugh Conn To have & to hold the said Negroes Mare Goods Chattles Houshold Stuff Implements & Moveables unto the said George Conn & his Assigns forever freely quietly peaceably & entirely without any Contradiction Claim Disturbance or Hindrance of any Person whatsoever and without any Account to me or any other whomsoever to be made answered or hereafter to be rendered so that neither I the said Hugh Conn nor any other for me or in my Name any Right Title Interest or Demand of in to or for the said Negroes Mare Houshold Stuff Goods Chattles Implements & Moveables or any Part or Parcel thereof ought to expect challenge claim or demand at any Time or Times hereafter But from all Action Right Estate Title Claim Demand Possession & Interest thereof shall be wholly bared & excluded by Virtue of these Presents And I the said Hugh Conn the my Heirs Exrs & Administrators all & singular the afd Negroes Mare Goods Houshold Stuff Implements & Moveables to the said George Conn his Executors & Administrators against all People will warrant & for ever defend by these presents of which Negroes Mare Goods & Chattles Houshold Stuff Implements & Moveables I the afd Hugh Conn have put the said George Conn in full & peaceable Possession by g!
      iving & delivering of Which I gave & delivered to the said George Conn at the Sealing & Delivery of these Presents In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand & Seal this sixth day of Oct 1756 Signed Hugh Conn
      Sealed & delivered in the Presence of Jno Contee John Wilcoxon
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      1651-1714 Prince George's County MD rent rolls Vol 2
      300a .. 12... WHITANTINE Surveyed: 03/0 1/ 1685
      Surveyed for Christopher Thompson lying on the east side of the eastern branch of the Potomac
      River.
      Possessors:
      Christopher Thompson 200 acres
      William Thompson 100 acres
      (now called "Brother's Gift'')

      Conveyances & Re-surveys:

      01/10/1721 Hugh Conn from Christopher Thompson 100 acres
      05/18/1730 John Thompson from William Thompson 100 acres

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