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

Thomas Box

Male Bef 1680 - 1708  (> 28 years)


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  • Name Thomas Box 
    Birth Bef 1680 
    Gender Male 
    Death 8 Feb 1708  Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I47788  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Family Jane Phoenix,   b. Bef 1684, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1715, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 33 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1700  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Diana Box,   b. Abt 1700, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1726, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 27 years)  [Father: natural]
     2. Sarah Box,   b. Abt 1695, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1766, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 72 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F26977  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      Box, Thomas, Prince 'George's Co., 8th Feb., 1707-8 ;
      To 2 child., Sarah and Dinah, "The Horserace" and "Smithfield"
      Negro boy to be sold or put to work and money to be used in educating sd. children.
      Ex. not given.
      Test : John Barratt, Richd. Jones, Wm. Hoolmes.
      Part 2-12. 169.
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      Thomas Boxe 28.253 I Page £88.19.3 May 20 1708
      Appraisers: Edward Willett, David Small.
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      Thomas Box 30.437 I £39.12.3 Jun 10 1709
      Appraisers: Edward Willet, David Small.
      Administratrix: Jane Hinde, now wife of Thomas Hinde.
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      Thomas Box 36B.182 A Page £2.17.0 Jun 7 1715
      Payments to: James Moore, William Bladen, Esq., Benjamin Berry.
      Executors: Thomas Hinds and his wife Jane Hinds.
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      Thomas Box 36A.149 A Page £93.17.9 £12.11.2 Dec 4 1714
      Received from: Thomas Wainright.
      Payments to: Mr. Robert Bradly, Col. Ninian Beall, Mr. Edward Willett, Thomas Hines.
      Executors: Thomas Hines and his wife Jane Hines.
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      Thomas Box 35A.342 A Page £123.11.8 £54.13.11 May 7 1714
      Received from: Benjamin Long, Paul Busey, Thomas Simpson, John Deakins, John Davis, John Soaper, John Henry, Thomas Davis, Thomas Plumer, Nicholas Baker, Benjamin Bresheirs, Anthony Drayne, William Raye, William Moore, James Mullekin, Jonathon Prather, Joseph West, Arnold Livers, Edward Dawson, Robert Harrison, Thomas James, Thomas Prather, Capt. Edward Brock, John Barratt, John Chetham, Francis Pilles.
      Payments to: Richard Pilles, John Tent, Richard Jones, Jeremiah Carkins, David Davis, Richard Ledgar, Dr. Patrick Hepburn, Walter Evans, Benjamin Berry, William Offoot, Thomas Simpson, John Perry, Nicholas Spurner Dr. George Smith, Maj. Josiah Wilson, Mr. James Heath, James Haddock, Edward Willett, John Henry, Col. Contee, Esq. Bladen, William Stone, Benjamin Berry.
      Executors: Thomas Hines and his wife Jane Hines.
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      Thomas Box 39C.126 A £85.15.7 Oct 4 1717
      Distribution to: wife of the accountant, 2 children (unnamed).
      Executors: Thomas Hines and his wife Jane Hines.
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      Richard Chaffee 21.142 A Page £15.7.11 #4366 Jul 5 1701
      Payments to: Mr. Willes, Mr. Bonner, Kenelme Cheseldyn, Esq. Brook, Joshua Cecill.
      Administrator: Thomas Box.
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      Richard Chaffee 20.182 A Page £15.7.11 #2113 Jun 8 1700
      Payments to: Mr. Willot, Josuah Cecill.
      Administrator: Thomas Box.
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      Richard Chaffe 118.73 A Page £15.7.11 #4366 Jul 5 1701
      Payments to: administrator, Mr. Willett, Henry Bonner, Kenelm Cheseldyne, Esq.Brooke, John Cecile.
      Administrator: Thomas Box.
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      Mr. Thomas Butler 3.84 I #14669 Jan 25 1676
      Appraisers: Col. John Dowglass (also John Douglas ), Mr. Thomas Gibson.
      List of debts: Mrs. Mary Townsend, Samuell Dowden of Barbadoes, George Taylor (runaway), Richard Dodd, Mr. Samuell Cresse , Mr. William Lee for James Chancellor, George Powell, Edmond Dermot, John Box, John Cornish, Edward Tansall, James Jefferson, Thomas Hilgar, James Tyer, Randolph Brandt, Henry Hardy.
      Administrator/Executor: Mr. Francis Heyden.
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      Nicholas Solsby 1.153 A CH #15620 Dec 4 1674
      Payments to: Dominick Boskin, Kellam Maglogalin, John Box, James Munkington,
      William Barton (appraiser), John Courts (appraiser).
      Debts: Richard Beck, Cornelius Macarnan, Francis Thornton, Symon Stephens,
      Richard Owen, Garrett Sennett, John Hartwell,
      Administrator: John Allen.
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      Nicholas Terrett 17.152 A AA £150.13.1 £43.15.5 Jan 4 1698
      Payments to: Mr. Robert Bradley, Mr. Hugh Jones per Capt. William Holland, Dr. Allexander Chappell per Capt. Holland, John Morton, Mr. David Small, William King, William Powell (taylor), Thomas Box, Henry Bonner, Dr. Hugh Fergason, Capt. Thomas Emma.
      Administratrix: Jane Luddall, wife of William Luddall.
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      Charles Hays 198.5 A Page £21.7.2 £30.4.3 Nov 28 1699
      The amount of the inventory also included #5991.
      Payments to: William Wayford, William Moore, John Short for use of
      Carelsan, Thomas Greenfield, James Beale, John Battee per William Young,
      Daniell Danielson, Thomas Box, John Battee, John Bennett, Samuell Peters for
      use of Carlton per Alexander Beale, Josias Twogood on account of John
      Jackson & Co., Col. Darnall.
      Administratrix: Mary Johnson (late Mary Hays), wife of Thomas Johnson.
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      William Selby 20.237 A Page £427.13.11 #6845 Jul 30 1701
      Payments to: Charles Beale, Thomas Box, Richard Groome, Richard Jones, Mr.
      Charles Carroll, Greenfeild, Thomas Morice, Mr. Carroll, John Miller,
      Mr. Greenfeild for Esq. Cheseldyne, Maj. Barton for Esq. Brooke, Joshua
      Cecill, Esq. Brooke.
      Executrix: Mary Cecill, wife of Joshua Cecill.
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      1696-1702 Prince George's County Court records
      Indenture, 23 January 1698
      From: Col. NINIAN BEALL of P. G. Co., gent.
      To: THOMAS BOX of P. G. Co., blacksmith
      Price: 3000 lbs tobacco
      Property: 100 acre part of the 300 acre tract called "Horse Race," and to be called "Smithfield"
      on the west side of the western branch of Patuxent River; bounding on Gabbin Branch and Western Branch.
      Signature: NINIAN BEALL
      Wit.: EDWARD WILLETT, CHRISTOPHER THOMPSON (mark)
      Ackn'd: NINIAN BEALL and RUTH his wife, 23 Jan 1698.
      Recorded: 22 March 1698, Vol. A, Page 158
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      1696-1702 Prince George's County Court records
      Recorded: 21 June 1701, Vol. A, Page 37q
      Deed, 15 February 1700
      From: JAMES MOOR of P. G. Co., gent.
      To: THOMAS BOX of P. G. Co., blacksmith
      Price: 5500 lbs. tobacco
      Property: A 163 acre part of the 300 acre tract called "The Horse Race" lying on Cabbin Branch,
      bounding on Col. JOHN BIGGAR'S land in Cabbin Branch, on EDWARD WILLETT' S part of "The 'Horse Race" and on Western Branch.
      Signature: JAMES MOORE
      Wit.: THOMAS HOLLYDAY, ROBT. BRADLY
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      1696-1702 Prince George's County Court records
      Deed, 15 February 1700
      From: JAMES MOOR of P. G. Co., gent.
      To: EDWARD WILLETT of P. G. Co. 1 pewterer
      Price: 5200 lbs. tobacco
      Property: A 157 acre part of the 300 acre tract
      called "The Horse Race" bounding on "Bealls Craft"
      which is already in possession of EDWARD WILLETT,
      on land of Col. JOHN BIGGAR' S, and on western Branch.
      Signature: JAMES MOORE
      Wit.: (none)
      Ackn'd: JAMES MOORE and wife MARY, 15 February 1700
      Recorded: 21 June 1701, Vol. A, Page 374
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      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 2
      Enrolled at request of Patrick Hepburn 29 Apr 1726:
      Indenture, 29 April 1726; Between Dinah Ayre, widow of James Ayre, and Patrick Hepburn, physician; for £66; a parcel of land called the Horse Race formerly purchased by her late father, Thomas Bix [Box], blacksmith, from James Moore, planter 15 Feb 1700; according to meets and bounds; /s/ Dinah Ayre (mark); wit. Lingan Witser, Thos. Clagett, Jr., Rd. Clagett; 29 Apr 1726 ack. by Dinah Ayre
      ==
      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 476
      Petition of Charles Beale, Samuel Beale and Joseph Wilson 2 Dec past:
      From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to Richard Keene, Robert Bradly, Henry Dick and William Young, Gent.; regarding the boundaries of The Meadows, Bacon Hall, The Beginning of Samuel Beale and Dear Bought; 30 Nov 1728; oaths follow:
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Charles Walker, planter, age ca 60; mentions Thomas Box, dec'd, the mouth of Cabin Branch, Col. Darnall and Col. Beale
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Edward Willett; mentions the northernmost part of The Horse Race and Thomas Box, dec'd; division gave 157 to Willett and 143 acres to Thomas Box according to patent; mentions Col. John Bigger
      19 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Charles Beale, age ca 57; mentions his father, dec'd, Nathan Veath, dec'd, Edward Digges, dec'd, Mount Calvert and Richard Clagett
      19 Mar 1728/9: Deposition of Edward Heneberry, age ca 46; mentions Holdsworth Landing ca 17 years ago, Edward ?Leuis, Thomas Price, dec'd, and Mr. Holdsworth
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Capt. Thomas Clagett, age ca 50; mentions 15 years ago Capt. Richard Smith of St. Leonard Creek, now dec'd, The Expedition belonging to deponent's father and Col. Ninian Beale; also Bacon Hall, Capt. Henry Darnall, dec'd, James Moore, David Small, William Sheppard and Kingston
      19 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Capt. Thomas Clagett, age ca 50; mentions Holdworth's Landing ca 25 years ago, Samuel Holdsworth, Capt. Richard Smith, Dear Bought, Francis Ballenger, Col. Beale, Mussellshell
      19 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Capt. Archibald Edmonston, age ca 60; mentions ca 17 years ago Col. Beale, dec'd, road to Mt. Calvert, Richard Clagett's plantation
      19 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Thomas Stimson, age ca 75, mentions Holdsworth's Landing, Edward Leuis, dec'd
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Edward Ristow, cooper, age ca 35; mentions Charles Walker and Edward Willet about 4 years ago
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Abigail Tent, widow, age ca 63; mentions Robert Robertson, dec'd
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Thomas Stimson, planter, age ca 75; mentions Cabin Branch 20 years ago and Thomas Box
      22 Jul 1729; Deposition of Clement Hill, Sr., age ca 59; mentions Col. Ninian Beale 20 years ago, Robert Robinson, Town of Marlborough
      18 Mar 1728/9; Deposition of Jos. Brown, planter, age ca 64; mentions 35 years ago, Western Branch and Col. Beall
      22 Jul 1729; Deposition of James Moore, Sr., age ca 105; mentions 20 years ago, Col. Henry Darnall, Col. Ninian Beale and James Stoddert; also The Meadows, house of Robert Robinson in the town of Marlborough
      Enrolled 26 Aug 1729
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      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 290-292
      Petition of Robert Bradly regarding bounds of Brooke Grove:
      Deposition of Clement Hill, age ca 57; 20 May 1728; mentions Tom Boxe's bridge, Col. Ninian Beall, Bacon Hall, Col. Bigger's land and Paul Busey
      Deposition of Samuel Magruder, age ca 44; mentions Archibald Edmondston; 20 May 1728
      Deposition of Charles Beall, 10 Jun 1728, age ca 56; mentions Cabbin Branch, Charles Beall's father Ninian Beall, Boxe's Bridge and Bacon Hall
      Deposition of Richard Weaver, age ca 45; mentions Thomas Boxe's bridge, Clement Hill, Bacon Hall; 10 Jun 1728
      Enrolled 26 Jun 1728

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