Mary BrentAbt 1689 - 1716 (~ 27 years)
Name Mary Brent Birth Abt 1689 Woodstock, Stafford County, Virginia Gender Female Death 17 Dec 1716 St. Mary's County, Maryland Person ID I3037 Tree1 Last Modified 15 Sep 2023
Father George Brent, b. 1640, Defford, Worcestershire, England d. 1694, Woodstock, Aquia Creek, Stafford County, Virginia (Age 54 years) Relationship natural Mother Mary Sewall, b. 1659, St. Mary's County, Maryland d. 12 Mar 1694, Stafford County, Virginia (Age 35 years) Relationship natural Marriage 27 Mar 1687 Stafford County, Virginia or Charles County, Maryland Family ID F2414 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Roswell Neale, b. 1685, St. Mary's County, Maryland d. 7 May 1751, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate (Age 66 years) Marriage Abt 1710 St. Mary's County, Maryland Children 1. William Neale, b. 1710, Charles County, Maryland d. 8 Feb 1763, "Chandler's Hope", Charles County, Maryland - Probate (Age 53 years) [Father: natural] 2. Henry Neale, b. 1713, St. Mary's County, Maryland d. 9 Feb 1767, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate (Age 54 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F2412 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 15 Sep 2023
- Father: George Brent
Mother: Mary Sewell
Marriage Roswell Neale b: 1685
Chandler, William, Charles County, 19th Aug., 1725
17th Sept., 1730.
To nephew William and hrs, (son of bro. Henry Brent, dec'd), dwell. plan. [unnamed] 900 A. "Goose Creek," with 100 A.. "Chandler's Addition," at age of 21 yrs.; and certain personalty at age of 18.
To nephew William and hrs. (son of sister Mary Neale, dec'd), 1,000 A., "Chandler's Hope" at age of 21 yrs.; and certain personalty at age of 18.
To nephew Henry and hrs. (2nd son of sister Mary Neale), 600 A. "Green Spring," 200 A. "Chandler's Hills," where Patrick Conneley now lives, at age of 21; and certain personalty at age of 19. Shd. any of nephews afsd. die during minority or without issue, survivors to divide partion of dee'd; slid. all 3 die during minority and without issue, afsd. lands and personalty to be divided among uncle Nicho. Sewall, aunt Eliz. Digges, aunt Rozers and Alice Pyes. children; sister Jane, relict of bro. Henry Brent, to have her living on dwell. plan. during her widowhood.
To George Thorold, money in hands of Capt. Jahn Hyde & Co.
To goddau. Kathrine Rozer. niece Mrs. Anne Rozer, goddau. Mrs. Jane Pye, George Thorold and his successor, personalty.
To the poor Roman Catholics of this and St. Mary's Counties, certain personalty, to be at disposal of Mr. Geo. Thorold or his successors.
To 2 nephews Edward and Charles Neale, money in hands of Richard Howton.
Exs: 3 nephews William Brent, William Neale and Henry Neale.
Test: Jesse Doyne, John Hington (Hinkson), James Gauff, Jr. (Goffe).
Codicil: 15th Jan., 1726/7. John Parnharn having bou. 2 lots in Port Tobacco in Chandler Town of John Speake, one of which was not made over to sd. Speake, and the sd. Parnham having built a stone house on land adj. to sd. lots, testator bequeaths to sd. Parnham. land on which stone house stands, as also that lot not made over to Speake.
Test: John Chalmers (Chatmere), John Parnham, Jr., Samuel Adams. MCW 20.75
1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 16a; Indenture, 3 Oct 1701
From: Nicholas & Rob't Brent, Gent of the Colony of Virginia; execx. of last will of George Brent
To: Major Wm. Barton of Prince George's County
200 acres called Willard's Purchase on west side of Patuxent adjacent to James Godgrace property and next to land granted Thomas Hatton, sold by him to Hugh Stanley, uncle of John Stanley; and 400 acres of a neck of land lying between Swanson's alias Freshams Creek and the Patuxent River near Willard's Purchase "John Stanley, called John Stanley of Calvert County, Mariner, joint tenants in common with his brother Edward Stanley" sold on 15 Oct 1690 to Henry Brent, Gent of Calvert County, 2 parcels of land, one called Willard's Purchase originally recorded in records of Calvert County
Signed: Nicho. Brent and Robt Brent
Witnessed: Robert Bradley and James Stoddart
Alienation: 10 Oct 1701 the sum of 6s paid by Maj. William Barton
Maj. Barton required adding to the record a codicil of George Brent written 28 Mar 1698 requiring the Maryland land be sold which mentions his brother Henry Brent and my heirs Henry, Mary and Martha Brent; land called Pitchcroft of 400 acres, land at Swanson's Creek in Patuxent of 300 acres, Rich Leavell in Baltimore County of 600 acres, and "Pokemoke, my part of 1300 acres"
1699-1709 Stafford County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press];
Page 46-48 At a Court held for Stafford County 9th day of Octobr. 1700.
Will of GEORGE BRENT. I George Brent of Woodstock in Virga. contem-
plating the uncertainties of this life do make my last will and testament ., all my worldly estate is to be disposed of .. to my loving Brother NICHOLAS BRENT I give all my land and rights to land given me by my Fathers will in Kingdom of England .. my dwelling house and all the lands & tenements with the appurtenances thereunto belonging according as it is by my Fathers will appointed & bequeathed to me .. also my one thousand acres of land at Nomonie as bequeathed me in my Fathers will .. To my loving Brother ROBERT BRENT I give my land at Quanticott containing 500 acres bought by my Father which JAMES LEATHERLAND is tenement of 200 acres and bequeathed to me by my Fathers will .. also my 555 acres called Budgeon whereon THOMAS THOMPSON is tenement whereas there is a rent charge upon it of 500 pounds of Tobo. per year for three years laid by my Father in his will be paid to ROBT. KINGS widow. To my Brother HENRY BRENT I give 400 acres of my hunting creek land being part of a greater tract whereon ROBERT WILLIAMS is tenement .. also over 400 acres of land more of the same tract to be equally divided .. give my Brother Nicholas Brent the plantation the residue of the land whereon said Robt. Williams is tenement being 343 acres of land & my will & desire is that my Brother Henry Brent's dividend of the said land be first laid out and that he possess the same at 18 years of age and that my Brother Robert Brent dividend of said land be next laid out .. to my Sister ELIZABETH who intermarried with Mr. THOMAS LONGMAN 200 acres of the 1391 acres lying near Budgeons to my Brother Robert Brent 200 acres more of the same land .. to my Brother Nicholas Brent I give 400 acres of the same land in Fee .. to my Sister MARY BRENT I give 200 acres of the same land .. to my Sister MARTHA BRENT I give 200 acres more of the same land .. As to my Brentwood land the first 2020 acres to descend to my Brother Nich. Brent according the same is devised to me by my fathers will also the 5000 acres at Brentwood not yet disposed of I give to my Brother Nich. Brent .. for default of heirs to my Brother Robt, Brent .. (having disposed of his land he proceeds to dispose of his personal estate to those mentioned) .. I give all my plate & desire him (Nicholas Brent) to put his coat of arms thereon & keep it in my remembrance for 5 T being given him by my Fathers will .. also my gold ring which was my Mothers wedding ring .. also my set of gold buttons. To my Brother Robert Brent I give my silver buckles .. also my black horse called Turk now in the woods and to my Cousin THOMAS CLIFTON I give my grey horse .. to my Brother Thos. Longman & Doctr. ARTHUR JACKSON each a guinea to buy them a pair of black gloves which I desire them to wear for my sake .. appoint my two loving Brothers Nicholas Brent & Robert Brent sole Executors .. this first day September 1700. Presence Thos. Clifton,
Chas. x Carty, Lucy Gregg, George Brent
The above will was proved in open court .. the ninth day October 1700.
- Father: George Brent
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