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

Thomas {Land Records1} Allanson

Male 1638 - 1684  (~ 47 years)


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  • Name Thomas {Land Records1} Allanson  [1
    Born Between 1637 and 1638  St Giles, Cripplegate, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Nov 1684  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I23516  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father Family Allison 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F2343  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 17 Apr 1660, Page 86
      205. Mr. Thomas Allanson, age ca 22 years, swore ca 6 Mar Last he met William Robinson at Capt. Jenkins' house and bought 3 barrels of corn which he had order of court for against Andrew Watson
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 23 October 1660, Page 111
      284. Deed: Daniel Gourdon, planter, sells 100 acres of land to Archibald Wahope; lying on the west side of Portobacco Creek, formerly belonging to James Meinns; by letter of administration granted to Gourdon; 27 Apr 1660; /s/ Daniel Gourdon (mark); wit. Tho. Allanson, Clement Theobald

      285. Mary Gourdon, wife of Daniel Gourdon, gives up her 1/3; /s/
      Mary Gourdon (mark); same witnesses; acknowledged in open court by Daniel and Mary Gourdon before Thomas Lomax
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      Liber A, Page 111, folio 284; Charles County Circuit Court, 23 Oct 1660.
      Deed: Daniel Gourdon, planter, sells 100 acres of land to Archebald Wahope; lying on the west side of Portobacco Creek, formerly belonging to James Meinns; by letter of administration granted to Gourdon; 27 Apr 1660; /s/ Daniel Gourdon (mark); wit. Tho. Allanson, Clement Theobald
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      Liber A, Page 111, folio 285; Charles County Circuit Court, 23 Oct 1660.
      Mary Gourdon, wife of Daniel Gourdon, gives up her 1/3; /s/ Mary Gourdon (mark); same witnesses; acknowledged in open court by Daniel and Mary Gourdon before Thomas Lomax
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 11 December 1660, Page 116
      295. 24 Oct 1660; George Thompson, Gent., empowers "my true and loving friend" Mr. Thomas Hussey to assign over to Josias Fendall, Esq. an order by Mr. Hennery Adames against Walter Ges for 1100# of tobacco provided Fendall deliver my bill for 850# of tobacco and for the remainder will vouch safe; 22 Oct 1660; /s/ George Thompson; wit. Tho. Allanson, Henry Addames

      297. Thomas Hussey, atty. to Mr. George Thompson, assigns the full sum of tobacco unto Josias Fendall, Esq.; 24 Oct 1660; /s/ T'ho. Hussey; wit. Tho. Allanson, Steaphen Monntague 12 November 1660
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      Contributed by Laree Lee
      Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662; Vol 41, Page 474-475

      Note that William Brooke involved in the assault is the brother of Baker Brooke, husband of Anne Calvert. Baker Brooke brother in law of William Calvert who married Elizabeth Stone. Thomas Allason was an overseer at the Governor's Manor he would have been 22 in 1661 at the time of this event and William Calvert would have been around 19 years of age.. I have read the records that show Thomas Allason as Lord of Christian Manor...

      Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661.
      Liber P. C. R.
      Allanson v. Brookes

      To the Right honoble the Gouernor and Councell

      The humble peticon of Thomas Allanson Humbly Sheweth That yor peticoner being Overseer to the Right honoble the Governors Servants at the Quarter and comeing one Sattirday in the afternoon to the Create owse (as yor peticonr was often accustomed) at yor peticonrs departure from thence homewards to the Quarter aboute tenn a clock of the night yor peticonr was assaulted by one William Brookes whoe with a greate Cudgell which he had on That purpose provided, in cold blood and in the darke did most inhumanely twice knock downe yor petr giving him severall Cruell Blowes Yor petr being unarmed and not able to make any defence other then calling
      out for Rescue as yor petr can by sufficient testimonyes make appeare Yor peticonr humbly referring the pemisses to yor honors Consideracon humbly craveth that the said Brookes may be Compelled to make sattisfaccon to yor petr And yor petr shall pray &c.
      Penelope Hall aged twenty three yeares or thereabouts Sworne and Examined this 29th of July 1661 Sayth That on or aboute the last day of June betweene nine and tenn of the Clock at night presently after she came from milking she sawe Mr Calvert cutt an ould Lymm of a Cherry tree fitt for his .... all the twiggs and made it Knotty and as she was .... lawe Mr William Calvert .... he Cutt
      and shewed it Mr Brookes and Mr Brooks had another Stick in his hand and pesently afterwards the said Calvert layd downe his Stick vnder the Punchins and then they went out together and talkt againe and then Mr Calvert parted from the said Brookes and stood betweene the doore of the howse and the Chimney and the said Brooks tarryed there by and by Mr Allanson goeing that way home to the Quarter as soone as he had past Mr Calvert, Mr Calvert followed him and as soone as he had past the said Brookes the said Brookes followed him and knockt him downe and strucke him twice Crosse the Shoulders before the said Allanson could Rise and once more
      vpon the Arme as he was riseing noe words being changed till the said Allanson cryed out murder The marke of H Penelope Hall
      Sworne before me Philip Caluert
      Elizabeth Darnall aged twenty three yeares or thereabouts sworne and Examined this 29th of July 1661 Sayth That on or aboute the last day of June Betweene nine and tenn of the Clock at night she sawe William Brookes standing behind the Punchins with a greate Stick in his hand and Thomas Allanson goeing a little while afterwards that way home to the Quarter as he was goeing the said Brooks knockt the said Thomas Allanson downe twice and further sayth not The marke of W Eliz: Darnall
      Sworne before me this 29th of July 1661 Philip Caluert
      They putt themselues to the tryall of a Jury Whereupon was Impannelled a Jury as followeth vizt

      John Hammond Foreman
      Richard Forster
      Daniell Johnson
      John Lewger
      William Hatton
      Patrick Forrest
      Robert Maccklyn-Gent

      Edward Turner
      Peter Wates
      William Mills
      Robert Hooper
      John Wheeler

      Whoe being Sworne went to trye the .... And the Jury brought in their Verdict (vizt) Wee finde for the plt three hundred pounds of tobacco damage with Costs of Suite

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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 172
      Edmond Linsey discharges Robert Taylor from all debts; dated 1Jan 1658; /s/ Edmond Linsey (mark); wit. Sam Smith, Tho. Allonson

      Edmond Linsey binds himself to make good the above sale of 300 acres on Portobacco Creek at head of Mr. Simon Oversee's land sold to Robert Taylor and by him assigned to George Thompson, Gent.; date 22 Nov 1661; /s/ Edmond Linsey wit. Sam Smith, Thomas Maris [Morris]
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 176
      John Browne demands warrant against Thomas Allonson
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 182
      435. Patent of 300 acres granted to Andrew Watson by assignment from Mr. Wilkisson; a parcel of land called Watson's Purchase on the west side of the Avon River and the north side of the Potomac adjoining land laid out for Capt. William Lewis and Alexander Simpson; dated 2 Sep 1659; /s/ Josias Fendall Watson sells to George Thompson 300 acres of above patent; 4 Nov 1659; /s/ Andrew Watson (mark); wit. Thomas Alenson, John Browne George Thompson sells above patent to John Nevill on 9 Apr 1659; /s/ George Thompson; wit. Robert Hicks (mark), John Blackwood (mark) John Nevill sells above patent to John Cherman 20 Aug 1661; /s/ John Nevill (mark); wit. Jerome Dickeson (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 189
      John Cherman demands warrant against Mr. George Bradshaw in action of case; subpoena for Mr. Thomas Allonson, John Price, Samuell Harris, Mr. Stephen Montague; 4 Mar 166
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 191
      Edmond Lindsey, atty. for defendant; bill produced in court; Mr. Thomas Allonson, age ca 24 years, swore Mr. Bradshaw desired his man should want for nothing; John Price, age ca 20 years, swore Mr. Bradshaw's man was ill and he would pay for his care; Samuel Harrise, age ca 24 years; swore same; Mr. Stephen Montague, age ca 28 years, swore same; Defendant requested jury; granted; Mr. Thomas Hussey, foreman; George Harris, Gils Glover, Francis Thorington, Richard Row, John Browne, William Hills, George Pucket, John Belaine, James Lee, Richard Dodd, Clement Theoballs; defendant ordered to pay 150# of tobacco
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 4 Mar 1662, Page 193
      James Lee, Plt.; Mr. Francis Pope, Def.; Lee acting as admn. of the estate of Joseph Lenton for debt of powder, "2 pottels of drames, boat hire, 3 barrels of beer and 36 yards of ribbon," total 1677# of tobacco for burial of Ursula Lenton; jury requested Mr. Francis Pope instructs the jury:
      [1] To inquire whether an ordinary planter's wife's funeral is not ridiculous to shoot as usually the do at a young soldier's or other commanders in war
      [2] To inquire whether it is Christian like at the time of a funeral for 2 or 3 neighbors to meet together and instead of showing mournfulness for the loss of their friend and neighbor to consume 3 barrels of beer to the value of 900# of tobacco
      [3] Whether it be not reasonable that James Lee for this same merry meeting to charge 300# of tobacco for boat and hand to fetch the same drinks
      [4] To inquire whether it be not absurd that the said Lee should charge the admn. of the estate with 36 yards of black ribbon at 12# per yard for 432# of tobacco when the whole world may imagine that it was but a dolorous countenance to disguises his rejoicing heart
      [5] Whether that which a man does of himself the good or all success does not belong unto him, the said Lee having engaged all this charge of his own head without any order jury: Thomas Hussey, foreman, Mr. George Harris, John Browne, Mr. Thomas Allonson, Mr. George Bradshaw, George Pucket, Gils Glover, Francis Thorington, John Belaine, Rich. Row, Will. Hill, Clement Theobold; the jury verdict was against Lee who was required to pay the court cost
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 8 Jul 1662, Page 213
      Deed of Gift: from James Lendsey to Hugh Griffith a tract of land of 150 acres; between George Thompson and the easternmost branch of Nangemie Creek; I May 1662; /s/ James Lendsey; wit. Thomas Wentworth, Thomas Allonson
      Acknowledged by Marie Linsey, wife of James Lendsey; 2 May 1662; /s/ Marie Lendsey (mark); wit. Tho. Allonson, Thomas Wentworth; recorded 6 May 1662
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 22 Apr 1662, Page 211 - 212
      505. Patent: Richard Willan, planter, has 200 acres of land due him; granted a parcel of land on the north of the Potomac River about 3 leagues to the north of Nangemie Creek; called Wicowomin; bounded by William's Marsh; 10 Dec 1653; /s/ William Stone

      505. Richard Willan assigns patent to John Browne and Tho. Allonson; 27 Oct 1658; /s/ Elisabeth Willan, Richard Willan; wit. Philip Calvert, George Reynolds, German Gillat (mark), George Harris (mark)

      505. John Browne assigns his rights in this patent to Tho. Allonson 4 Apr 1659; /s/ John Browne; wit. Thomas Simpson, James Lindsey; acknowledged by Mr. Bradshaw, atty. to Browne

      Thomas Allonson assigns rights to this patent to Thomas Simpson; 15 Feb 1659; /s/ Tho. Allonson; wit. Henry Addames, George Bradshaw

      506. Thomas Simpson assigns rights in 200 acres of land on Mattawoman Creek known as SIMPSON'S SUPPLY to Thomas Allonson; formerly laid out for Thomas Allonson; 15 Feb 1659; /s/ Thomas Simpson; wit. Henry Addames, George Bradshaw

      507. John Browne, planter, appoints George Bradshaw as his atty. to acknowledge a parcel of land sold Thomas Allonson; 21 Apr 1662; /s/ John Browne; wit. James Lindsey, Humpherie Haggett
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 May 1663, Page 121
      Thomas Allonson, Plt.; Jheromy Frost, Def.; regarding debt of 240# of tobacco; bill binding Jheromy Frost, planter, to pay 600# of tobacco and cask by 10 Nov next;
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 4 Nov 1663, Page 204
      Thomas Allonson of Christian Temple records a deed of gift of 100 acres of land to John Broune and Garet Broune; being part of Allomon's Folly lying on the west side of Chingamuxon Creek and the west side of St. Catherine's Creek; dated 4 Nov 1663; /s/ Thomas Allonson; wit. George Thompson
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Jan 1663/4, Page 238, 239, 240
      Patent to Thomas Allonson of 150 acres by assignment from Thomas Ever and Francis Fitchherbert, gent.; and 50 acres for transporting Edward Fulsher; by assignment from Allonson to Jheromie Frost, a parcel of land called Hard Frost lying on the south side of Piscatoway River and the east side of Mattawoman Creek; lying the woods near to the land formerly laid out for John Hatch; laid out for 200 acres; 19 Jun 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert Endorsement on back: 5 Jan 1663; Jheromie Frost assigns this patent in open court to John Cain; /s/ Jheromie Frost (mark); wit. George Thompson
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 269
      James Lewis, Plt., Tho. Allonson, Def ; plaintiff nor atty. appeared defendant craves non-suit; granted
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 292
      Thomas Allonson, planter, binds himself to Edmond Custis of London for 740# of tobacco and cask at a convenient place in Charles Co. before 10 Dec; 12 Mar 1663/4; /s/ Thos. Allonson; wit. Richard Hope, James Lee (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 11 November 1664, Page 430, 431, 432, 433
      Mr. Thomas Allonson acknowledges the following conveyance of land to James Mackey: Indenture from Thomas Allonson, Gent., to James Mackey, planter, 30 Mar 1664 for 2300# of tobacco and cask, a parcel of land called "Allonson's Supply lying in Piscataway River on the south side of Chingamuckson Creek containing 200 acres; now occupied by Thomas Allonson; /s/ Thomas Allonson; wit. Stephen Mountagew, Leonard Greene,
      Mary Allonson, his wife, acknowledged deed in Charles County Court 12 Jan 1664; /s/ George Thompson
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 10 March 1664/5, Page 440 - 443
      Mr. Thomas Allonson and Mary Allonson acknowledge conveyance of land to Thomas Allcokes: Indenture: 9 Jan 1664; from Thomas Allonson, Gent., to Thomas Allockes, carpenter; for 4000# of tobacco and cask of which 1407# paid; 2524# to be paid 10 Oct 1664
      a parcel of 300 acres being part of a tract called Allonson's Folly; lying on the Piscataway River on the south side of Chingamuckson Creek; by patent granted to Thomas Allonson; /s/ Thomas Allonson, Mary Allonson; wit. Stephen Mountage, James Viech

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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 112; 8 Jan 1666/7;
      John Glosse binds his son to Owen Jones to age 21 years; /s/ George Glosse (mark); wit. William Price, Thomas Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 136; 12 Mar 1666;
      Indenture from Roger Dickinson, planter, to John Lambert, planter; for 7,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land on the north side of the Potomac River and the east side of Avon River; containing 100 acres; bounded by Edmund Lindsey late in the possession of Roger Dickenson but now in possession of John Lambert; /s/ Rog. Dickenson (mark); wit. Will Price, Thomas Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 223; 13 Aug 1667;
      Indenture from William Boyden, planter, and Walter Peake, innholder of St. Mary's County; for 10,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land of 150 acres being part of a grant from Thomas Allanson, Gent., to Boyden; called DOGES NECK; bounded by the Potomac; /s/ William Boyden; wit. Fran. Swanson, Geo. Thompson, Jonathan Marler
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber C, Page 247; 13 Nov 1667;
      Patent from Mr. Stephen Montague, admn. of estate of Capt. Robert Troop, dec'd; for 500 acres of land called SCOTLAND YARD lying on the Anacostia which Capt. Troope bequeathed to Lyndsey and Macoy; discharge to Montague given; /s/ James Lyndsey, James Macoy (mark); wit. Richard Boughton, Thomas Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 16
      9 Jun 1668; Indenture from Henry Frankam, planter, to Thomas Allanson, Gent.; for 2,000# of tobacco; a parcel called HOW-LAND on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by swamp and Indian field; containing 200 acres; Al Henry Frankam, Amie Frankam (mark); wit. William Allen, Gerrard Browne
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 18
      9 Jun 1668; Indenture from Henry Frankam to William Allen; for 4,500# of tobacco; a tract of land called MAISEMORE; near Mattawoman Creek; bounded by Daniel Mathenas and George Howse; containing 200 acres; /s/ Henry Frankome, Amee Frankome (mark) wit. Thomas Allanson, Gerrard Browne
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 32
      10 Aug 1668; Indenture from Thomas Allanson, Gent., to Nicholas Emason, innholder; for 5,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land of 200 acres on the south side of Mattawoman Creek called HOWLAND; belonging to George Howe, dec'd, then Thomas Allanson by conveyance from Henry Frankam; /s/ Thomas Allanson; wit. George Thompson, Ignatius Causeen
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 44
      9 Jan 1668; Indenture from John Munne and Will Allen, planters, to Henry Aspinoll, planter; for 2,300 acres formerly belonging to David Prichard and 150 acres formerly surveyed for Thom. Cole adjoining Prichard's land in Mattawoman and 4,500# of tobacco; a parcel of land called DOG'S NECK on the east side of Piscataway River; containing 300 acres; /s/ John Munn (mark), Wm. Allen; wit. Richard Edehen (Edehen), Tho. Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 48
      12 Jan 1668; Indenture from Henry Aspinoll and John Munn, planters, to Henry Aspinoll; acknowledges sale of the land laid out from David Prichard adjoining land laid out for David Thomas on Mattawoman Creek; /s/ Henry Aspinoll (mark); wit. Richard Edelen, Thomas Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 62
      5 Mar 1669; Indenture from Gerard Browne to Thomas King; for 7,000# of tobacco; a tract of 75 acres, part of a larger tract sold by Richard Trew to Andrew Watson of Stafford County, VA; Watson sold to Browne; on east side of a run of Nangemy Creek; /s/ Gerard Browne; wit. Thomas Allanson, John Godshall
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 69
      14 Jan 1667; Deed of Gift from Thomas Allanson, Gent., to Richard Harrison, son of Joseph Harrison; Capt. Robert Troop paid 3,000r of tobacco to Thomas Allanson for 150 acres of land called French Lewis which Troop devised in his will to Richard Harrison; /s/ Thomas Allanson; wit. Stephen Mountague, Jeremiah Dickenson (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 78, 19 Feb 1669;
      Indenture from Gerard Brown, planter, to George Langham, planter; for 2,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land bounded by Poynton Manor, land laid out for James Lyndsey; containing 100 acres; /s/ Gerard Browne; wit. Stephen Mountague, Thomas Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 9-1/2
      8 Jan 1670; Indenture from Gerrard Browne, planter, and Edmond Lindsy, planter, to John Waters; for 2,000# tobacco; 100 acres of land part of a greater divident of 300 acres called Allanson Folly on the east side of Piscataway River and south of Chingamuxon Creek; sd. divident now in possession of Thomas Allcox; /s/ Gerrard Browne, Edmond Lindsy (mark); wit. Thomas Allanson, Edward Price
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 15
      8 Jan 1670; Indenture from Thomas Stone, Gent., to Thomas Allanson, Gent.; for 4,000# tobacco; a tract called Stone's Delight on the east side of Piscataway River; bounded by William Calvert, Esq.; laid out for 500 acres; /s/ Thomas Stone (seal); wit. Thomas Robinson, Edward Roberts
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 62-1/2
      11 Jun 1672; Indenture from Robert Prouse of Chingamuxon to John Munn; for a certain sum of tobacco; a parcel of land called The Gift on the north side of Piscataway River and the south side of Chingamuxon Creek; containing 150 acres; bounded by John Hatch and a parcel Robert Prouse sold Peter Achilles; /s/ John Munn; wit. Thomas Allanson, Henry Aspinoll
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 63-1/2
      11 May 1672; Memorandum of conveyance dated 9 Jun 1671 of a parcel of 200 acres of land from Thomas Allanson, Gent., to Walter Pake of St. Mary's County; Pake sold parcel to Henry Aspinoll; boundary on Mattawoman Creek agreed on; )s/ The. Allanson, Henry Aspinoll; wit. Robert Prouse, Ed. Price
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 65-1/2
      9 Jun 1671; Indenture from Edward Price, planter, to John Munn; for 500 acres of land at the head of Piscataway Creek called Locust Thickett; swaps a parcel called Shrewsbury {THEWESBURY} on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Chingamuxon Creek; bound by land formerly laid out for Thomas Allanson now in possession of Walter Pake, near land laid out for Jeremiah Frost now in possession of John {O} {O'Caine}, and land of John Hatch; containing 150 acres; /s/ Edward Prise; wit. Thos. Allanson, Ed. Maddock
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 70
      8 Aug 1672; Indenture from Thomas Allanson to Gerrard Browne; for 2,500# tobacco; a parcel called Simpson's Supply on the east side of the Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bid out for 100 acres; bounded by Cristentempell Mann; /s/ Thomas Allanson; with Rich. Boughton, Edward Roberts
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 71-1/2
      20 Sep 1672; Indenture from Richard Morris, St. Mary's County, planter, to Alexander Smith; for 3,000# of tobacco; a parcel of land on the west side of Wicomico fresh adjoining land of William Barton, Jr. formerly sold by Daniel Johnson, dec'd, to Richard Morris; bounded by John Clark; laid out for 200 acres; /s/ Rich Morris; with Meverall Hulse, Jonathan Marlow (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 104-1/2
      8 Mar 1672; Indenture from Thomas Allanson to John Lambert; for 3.000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Simpson's Supply; on the east side of Piscataway Creek and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by Allanson's Manor; containing 100 acres; /s/ Tho. Allanson; wit. Luke Green, Robert Cossellton
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 111-1/2
      28 May 1673; Indenture from Thomas Allanson to John Possey, planter; for 4,000# tobacco; a parcel called St. John's; bounded by Jerricoe on the east side of Poynton Cr. and land of John Want on main fresh of Nangemy Creek; containing 200 acres; /s/ Thomas Allanson, Mary Allanson; wit. John Godshall, Gerrard Brown
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 175
      10 Mar 1673; Indenture from John Munn, planter, to John Holme; for 7,000# of tobacco; a parcel called Shrewsbury {THEWESBURY} on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Chingamuxon Creek; bounded by land formerly laid out for John Hatch, land formerly laid out for Thomas Allinson now possessed by Walter Pake, and land laid out for Jeremy Frost now possessed by John {O}Cain; containing 150 acres; /s/ John Munns (mark); wit. Thomas Corker, John Boyden
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 186
      11 Aug 1674; Indenture from Thomas Baker, planter, to Samuell Cressey; a parcel of land called Marshland on the south side of Baker's Creek; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ Thomas Baker (mark);
      wit. Edmund Lindsey (mark), Thomas Allanson
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber E, Page 187
      8 Aug 1674; Indenture from Thomas Allanson, Gent, to Gerrard Browne, planter; a parcel of land on the south side of Mattawoman Creek in Christian Temple Manor; /s/ Thomas Allanson; wit. Samuell Cressey; Thomas Baker (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 78
      10 Dec 1674; Indenture from John Holme, planter, to Henry Aspenall; for 6,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Shrewsbury {THEWESBURY}; bounded by land of Henry Aspenall on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Chingamuxon Creek; bounded by land laid out for John Hatch and land laid out for Thomas Allanson now possessed by Edward Maddock; laid out for 150 acres; /s/ John Holme; wit. Bennett Marshagay, Richard Edelen
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber G, Page 55
      6 Jun 1677; Indenture from George Godfrey, planter, to William Wells, planter; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Mileme; laid out for 200 acres; lately occupied by Daniel Johnson; also a parcel on the south side of St. Michael's Creek called Mountaigne; bounded by Allanson's Folly; containing 200 acres; /s/ George Godfrey; wit. Henry Bonner, Rando. Brandt
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber G, Page 68
      12 Feb 1676; Indenture from Capt. John Allen to Henry Aspinall; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Withsall on Chingamuxon Creek; bounded by Allanson's Folly; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Allen; wit. Charl. Russell, Cleborne Lomax
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber G, Page 160
      8 Jun 1678; Indenture from Henry Aspinall, planter, to Robert Wheeler; for 8,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Shrewsbury {THEWESBURY}; on the north side of Piscataway River and south side of Chingamuxon Creek; bounded by land laid out for John Hatch; bounding land laid out for Thomas Allanson now in possession of Walter Peake; containing 150 acres; /s/ Henry Aspenall (mark); wit. William Wells, Richard Gibson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 198
      30 Sep 1679; Indenture from John O'Caine, planter, to William Wells; a parcel of land called The Hard Frost on the south side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; near land formerly laid out for John Halse; about a mile frorn land of Thomas Allanson; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Caine; wit. Clebome Lomax, Will Theobald
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 225
      9 Jan 1681; Indenture from John Clarke, Gent., to Thomas Clarke of St Mary's County, Gent.; for brotherly love and other causes, a parcel of land called Clarke's Inheritance containing 500 acres; 1st John Clarke; wit. Richard Edelen, Tho. Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 227
      10 Jan 1681; Indenture from Thomas Clarke of St. Mary's Co.,
      Gent., to John Godson, planter; for a certain sum of tobacco a parcel called Clarke's Inheritance; /s/ Thos. Clarke; wit. Tho. Allanson, Richard Edelen
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 228
      4 Jan 1681; Indenture from William Wells to Thomas Allcox; for 4,000# tobacco a parcel called Hard Frost on the south side of Piscataway River and Mattawoman Creek formerly laid out for Thomas Allanson; containing 200 acres; /s/ William Wells; wit. John Godshall, The. Allanson
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 259
      8 Mar 1681; Indenture from Robert Wheeler to Cuthbert Musgrove; for 2,500# tobacco a parcel of land called Shrewsberry {THEWESBURY} in Chingamuxon Creek; formerly laid out for John Hatch; bounded by land laid out for Thomas Allanson now in possession of Jno. Redish; containing 150 acres; /s/ Robert Wheeler (mark), Mary Wheeler (mark); wit. Tho. Allanson, Jno. Godshall
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber I, Page 261;
      22 Feb 1681; Indenture from John Lambert to Giles Collier; for 3,800# tobacco a parcel being part of Simpson's Supply on the east side of Piscataway River and south side of Mattawoman Creek; bounded by Gerrard Browne; laid out for 100 acres;
      /s/ John Lambert (mark), Sarah Lambert (mark); wit. Tho. Allanson, Samuel' Walton
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber L, Page 132
      1 Mar 1684; Indenture from Humphery Aspinall of London, England, to Eliz. Swinborne; for 3,000# tobacco; a parcel of land called Allansons Folly; granted Tho. Allenson "doth appear 300 acres of the divident being in possession of The. Alcock"; also land called Wicksall on the south side of Chingamoxon Creek of 100 acres; /s/ Humphery Aspinall; wit. Tho. Husse, Jno. Hoskins
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      Charles County Court Liber Z, Page 76
      Recorded at request of Mrs. Susannah Mason:
      14 Jan 1703; Indenture from Thomas Whichaley and Elizabeth his wife to Susanna Mason of St. Mary's Co.; 13 Apr 1659 patent JR.351 granted Thomas Allanson, Gent., a tract called Christian Temple Manor on the south side of Piscataway River of 1,000 acres; Charles Allanson inherited this land from his father, Thomas; 14 Feb 1689 [R48.491 conveyed to Edward Ford; by his will dated 6 Jan 1693 Edward conveyed 200 acres of this land to his wife Elizabeth; for 9,000# tobacco this 200 acres on St. Thomas Creek; bounded by Marshall's house, Maj. Smallwood and Gerrard Browne; /s/ Thomas Whichaley, Eliza. Whichaley (mark); wit. Jno. Rowland, Tho. Onell; 14 Jan 1703 Thomas Whichaleyy and wife Elizabeth ack. deed; Susannah Mason paid alienation

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