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

James Williams

Male Abt 1677 - 1698  (~ 21 years)


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  • Name James Williams 
    Birth Abt 1677  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 18 Jul 1698  Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I22029  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father James Williams,   b. Bef 1631   d. 7 Jul 1682, Calvert County, Maryland - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 51 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Grace {unproven} Young,   b. Bef 1648   d. 7 Jul 1741, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 93 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage Abt 1674  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F8368  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Williams, James, Prince George's Co., 14th May, 1691; 18th July, 1698.
      To 2 nephs., viz., John and Benjamin Chapman, and hrs., 600 A., part of '‘Chelsey. "
      To neph. Richard Wallis, 200 A., residue of "Chelsey."
      To James Wallis and hrs., '‘Pentsland Hills"at decease of Grace Thompson.
      To neph. Richard Hartup and hrs., 100 A. (unnamed) nr. Swanson's Ck. [Woods Joy]
      Brother-in-law John Chapman, ex. and residuary legatee.
      Test: Jas. Watts, Dan'l Hurst, Jno. Bennett. 6. 121.
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      James Williams 17.139 I £43.18.9 Oct 14 1698 Nov 17 1698
      Appraisers: Mathew Ogbey, John Joyce.
      Mentions: "my father's estate". -
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      James Williams 17.140 A Page £43.18.9 Nov 17 1698
      Payments to: Mr. David Small, James Mullikin, Joseph Towgood, Christopher Tompson, Col. Darnall, Walter Evans, John Demall, W. Lane.
      Executor: John Chapman.
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      Long, John, Chas. Co., 19th Nov., 1697; 10th Jan., 1697.
      Wife Elenor, extx. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal.
      Testator desires his wife to care for Mary and Eliza: Haly, daus. of Clement Haly, decd, who were left in care of testator by their father. Should sd. wife die during minority of afsd. child., their grandfather, Edward Turner, to have charge of them and their estate.
      Test: Jno. Scott, Jas. Williams, Abednego Jenkinson, Wm. Howell. 7. 335.
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      Lawrence Rouland 13B.26 A CA £56.2.4 £64.19.10 Apr 29 1696
      Payments to: David Small, John Abbington, Mr. Holliday due from Peter Paggan & Co., William Parker, Col. Jowells.
      Distribution to: James Williams (orphan).
      Executrix: Grace Thompson (widow of James Williams), wife of Christopher Thompson.
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Note and Release, 28 August 1697
      From: JAMES WILLIAMS of P. G. County, planter
      To: JAMES MULLIKIN of P. G. County, planter
      Property: Said WILLIAMS gave a note for 16,000 lbs. of tobacco to said MULLIKIN, due 10 January next, subject to the condition that if said WILLIAMS, by the last day of November next, makes over by deed of gift 200 acres out of the north side of a tract called "Chelsey," now in the possession of said WILLIAMS, unto JAMES MULLIKIN and JANE his wife for their natural lives, and after their de-cease, to their second son THOMAS and his heirs, otherwise to their eldest son JAMES and his heirs, otherwise to descend through the whole family of said JAMES MULLIKIN and JANE his wife, then said note to be void.
      Signature: JAMES WILLIAMS
      Wit.: EDWARD WILLETT, RICHARD CHAFFEE (mark)
      JAMES MULLIKIN of P. G. County, planter, released
      JAMES WILLIAMS, son of JAMES WILLIAMS, deceased, of P. G. County, planter, from any claims or obligations, he now has or ever will have against him concerning any legacies, lands, plantations, etc., which "was given me by my father-in-law JAMES WILLIAMS, or by my mother MARY WILLIAMS wife of the above named JAMES WILLIAMS, given or bequeathed to me by my mother at or before or after marriage with the said JAMES WILLIAMS, deceased.
      Signature: JAMES MULLIKIN (mark)
      Wit.: EDWARD WILLETT, RICHARD CHAFFEE (mark) Recorded: 28 January 1697/8, Vol. A, Page 94
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Indenture, 25 January 1697
      From: JAMES WILLIAMS of P. G. County, planter
      To: JAMES MULLIKIN of P. G. County, planter, and JANE his wife during their natural lives, then to their second son THOMAS and his lawfull heirs, otherwise to their eldest son JAMES and his lawful heirs, otherwise to descend through the family of said JAMES MULLIKIN and JANE his wife.
      Property: All the 200 acre tract called "James Gift" being part of a tract called "Chesley" which is now in the possession of the said JAMES WILLIAMS. Signature: JAMES WILLIAMS
      Wit.: WILLIAM HARBERT, JOSH. CECELL
      Ackn'd: JAMES WILLIAMS, 25 January 1697/8
      Recorded: 28 January 1697/8, Vol. A, Page 95
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 18 September 1700
      From: RICHARD ISAAK of P. G. County, "tayler"
      To: JOSHUA HALL of P. G. County, planter
      Price: 18,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the tract "Giants Range" in P. G. County, on the west side of Patuxent River in the freshes and on the eastern most fork of said river bounding on land of JAMES WILLIAMS called "Penthen Hills" and on "Collington"; 100 acres.
      Signature: RICHARD ISAAK
      Wit.: JOSEPH BROWNE (mark), BENJ. BERRY
      Ackn'd: RICHARD ISAAK, 24 September 1700
      Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, Page 296
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      Mr. George Younge 1.361 CA £264.18.10 Jul 24 1718
      Appraisers: Jeremiah Sheredine, John Stennett.
      Creditors: John Grover, Ja. Williams.
      Next of kin: Henry Young (son), Francis Young (son).
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      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 137
      Enrolled at request of William Cooke 1 Mar 1726:
      Indenture, 28 Feb 1726; Between James Mullikin, planter, and William Cooke, planter; for £30; a parcel being part of a tract called Woodjoy lying on the west side of the Patuxent River formerly in Calvert Co.; sold by John Mirth and Grisell Mirth to Michael Farmer; Farmer sold to Arthur Ludford; Ludford sold to James Williams; by James Williams the son of the aforesaid James Williams wife to Richard Hartup; then to William Cooke; containing 100 acres according to meets and bounds on record in Calvert Co.; /s/ James Mullikin; wit. Ralph Crabb, John Adams; 28 Feb 1726/7 James Mullikin and his wife Charity ack. deed
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      1774-1780 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber CC 2 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 267. At the request of William Mackall Wilkinson the following Deed was recorded May 6, 1776
      Indenture made April 27, 1776; James Johnson s/o John, planter of Charles County, Maryland in consideration of 220 pounds sterling money paid by William Mackall Wilkinson, planter in of PGCo has sold part of a tract called "Woods Joy" containing 100 acres and lying on the west side of Patuxent River formerly in Calvert County, Maryland and formerly sold and conveyed by John Mirth and Grisell Mirth his wife to Michael Farmer who sold and conveyed to Arthur Ludford who sold conveyed to James Williams {d. 1683} and then sold by James Williams {d. 1698} the son of the aforesaid James Williams wife {Grace Young} to Richard Hartup {his nephew} {and then to William Cooke d. 1729}. Signed James Johnson in the presence of John Cooke, L Holliday, Jr. and acknowledged before John Cooke and at the same time Mary Ann Johnson wife of James Johnson relinquished her right of dower

      Editor Note: 1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 222 {also page 137}
      Enrolled at request of William Cooke 18 Jul 1727:
      John Demall, age ca 70, made oath that Arthur Ludford sold 100 acres of 500 acres called Wood's Joy adjoining land of Henry Pope; formerly in Calvert County, to James Williams and his son James; James dying without bequest the 100 acres went to Richard Hartrup, s/o Richard Hartrup by his wife Elizabeth, who was sister to James Mullikin, dec'd, father of James Mullikin; James Mullikin, dec'd, and Elizabeth were the children of James Mullikin by his wife Mary; 24 Mar 1726

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