Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Nathaniel Col. Hynson1679 - 1722 (43 years)
Name Nathaniel Col. Hynson Birth 1679 St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland Gender Male Death 26 Jan 1722 Kent County, Maryland - Probate Person ID I66748 Tree1 Last Modified 22 Mar 2023
Father John Hynson, b. 1642, Virginia d. 5 Jun 1705, Kent County, Maryland - Probate (Age 63 years) Relationship natural Mother Rachel MNU Hynson, b. Bef 1654, Kent County, Maryland d. 1693, St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland (Age > 39 years) Relationship natural Marriage 21 Jun 1670 St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland Family ID F29888 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Mary Kelly, b. Abt 1690, Kent County, Maryland d. Aft 1722, Kent County, Maryland (Age ~ 33 years) Marriage 6 Aug 1714 St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland Children 1. Nathaniel Hynson, b. 12 Jan 1715, St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland d. 4 Nov 1752, St. Paul's Parish, Kent County, Maryland - Probate (Age 37 years) [Father: natural] 2. Sarah Hynson, b. Abt 1722, Kent County, Maryland d. Aft 1753, Kent County, Maryland (Age ~ 32 years) [Father: natural] Family ID F35184 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 22 Mar 2023
Hynson, Nathaniel, merchant, Kent Co., 4th May, 1721; 26th Jan., 1721.
To son Nathaniel and hrs., plantation on Eastern Neck Island, nr. mouth of Chester R., formerly belonging to father Col John Hynson, dec'd; shd. son afsd. die without issue, to pass to dau. Hannah and hrs.; shd. she (as well as all other child.) die during minority or without issue, to pass to nephew Thomas and hrs.; he failing issue, to niece Hannah and hrs.
To dau.. Hannah and hrs., dwelling plantation 300 A. "Suttons Underhill," bou. of Mrs. Sarah English, and. 250 A. " Salkeeld," bou. of Jacob Blenzey; shd. dau. afsd. die during minority or without issue, sd. lands to son Nathaniel and hrs.; shd. all child. die during their minority or without issue, sd. land to nieces Hannah and Elizabeth and hrs. dau. Martha and hrs., 220 A. of "Hinsingham," bou. of Thos. Tolley; 70 A. "Widow's Chance," bou. of Charles Carroll, Esq., dec'd; 112 A., pt. of ''Hinchingham.," bou. of Michael Byrne and Sarah, his wife; shd. sd. dau. die without issue, sd. lands to pass in succession to son. Nathaniel and daus. Hannah and Rebecca or hrs.; shd. all child. die during minority or without issue, to pass to nephew Thomas and hrs.; he dying during minority or without issue, to nephew Thomas Bordley and hrs.
To dau. Rebecca and hrs., 100 A. "Rosmor," bou. of Edward Beck, Jr., and Mary, his wife; 250 A. "Fishing Pond," bou. of Henry Lowe, Esq., adj. land in possession of George Hanson; 200 A. " Widow's Right," adj. land of James Harris, Esq.; 100 A. "Hope," adj. land of Ebenezer Blackstone, and 50 A. adj. Wm. Woodland's; shd. dau. Rebecca die during minority or without issue, to pass to son Nathaniel and hrs.; he failing issue, to daus. Hannah and Martha and hrs.; shd. they, as well as child unborn, die during minority or without issue, to nephew Thomas and his sisters Hannah and Elizabeth, equally.
To unborn child, "Duck Neck," on Worton Ck., bou. of Mr. Joseph Hopkins; shd. sd. child die during minority or without issue, to pass in turn to son Nathaniel and daus. Martha, Rebecca and Hannah; they all dying during minority or without issue, to niece Hannah Smith.
To wife Mary and hrs., 1000 A. "Partnership," at hd. of Chester R.; houses and lots in Worton Town, Chester Town, Town of Battersea (called the old town); personalty and her thirds.
To nephew Thomas and nieces Hannah and Elizabeth, personalty, some of which is in possession of Sarah Chapman.
To the Rev. Mr. Alex. Williamson and James Smith, care of children, to be exs. with dau. Hannah when she arrives at age of 17; the exs. afsd. to make over 100 A. of "Buck Neck" to Wm. Graves and hrs.
Profit of personal estate for education and maintenance of all children.
Test: Michael Miller, Peter Walker, James Fisher, Alex. Manarthy. 17, 68
Nathaniel Hynson 9.68 KE £223.14.1 Jun 13 1722 Dec 31 1722
Appraisers: M. Miller, Robert Dunn.
Col. Nathaniel Hynson 7.93 KE £2523.5.7 Mar 22 1722 May 17 1722
Appraisers: Michael Millar, Robert Dunn.
Creditors: Edward Scott, James Cruckshank.
Next of kin: Nathaniell Hynson, Georg Hanson.
Mentions: John Francis (shoemaker) and his mother Elisabeth Till, Isaac Francis and his mother Elisabeth Till, Margarett Armstrong, John Newson, Hugh Macgragh, William Chapman.
Mentions: Capt. Gilbert Milly, Capt. James Moore (shipmaster), Capt. Robert Cruckshank.
Executors: MM Alexander Williamson, James Smith.
Nathaniel Hynson, Esq. 5.148 A KE £2747.0.2 £134.19.4 Jun 3 1723
Folios 148, 149, 145m.
Payments to: Col. Edward Scott, Benjamin Pearce, Mary Aldrick, Emanuel Hurst, John Bower, Timothy Slaughter, Mr. Benjamin Tasker (navil officer) & Mr. Fran. Bowes (dep. collector), Laughlin Flinn, Edward Beck, Dr. John March, Samuel Tansey, Sarah Jones, Jos. Moor (master of Parradox), William Cooper (sailor), Thomas Walker (sailor), Samuell Thomas (sailor), George Copper, Dr. James Cruckshanks, Mr. Gideon Pearce.
Executor (acting): MM Alexander Williamson, James Smith.
Col. Nathaniell Hynson, Esq. 7.393 A KE £3048.13.1 £779.12.8 Jul 12 1726
Payments to: Rice Jones, John Berry, William Mackey, Dr. Charles Carroll, John Cunningham, Daniell Dulany, Frederick Hanson, Michaell Miller, Peter Massey, James Buchanan, Gilbert Falconer, George Whitehead, Thomas Bordley, Esq., Thomas Williams, Richard Bennett, Esq., Mr. John Moll, Thomas Calder proved before Esq. Young, Michaell Howard, Esq., Mr. Frederick Hanson, Edward Mitchell, Mr. George Howes (of Barbadoes) paid to Richard Bennett, Esq., Samuel Wickes, James Smith (accountant), John Walls, Robert Dunn, Zechariah Brown (dead), Zechariah Brown per Charles Hynson, James Harris, Esq., Thomas Bordley, Esq.
Mentions: deceased was the administrator of estate of William Glanvill, family (unnamed), widow (unnamed), brigantine bought in New England.
Legatees: Thomas Hynson (son of John Hynson (dead)) per Benjamin Pearce, Elisabeth Hynson (daughter of John Hynson (dead)), Hannah Hynson (daughter of John Hynson (dead)).
Executors (acting): Alexander Williamson, James Smith.
Col. Nathaniel Hynson 16.354 -- £47.9.1 Feb 2 1731
List of debts.
Executor: James Smith.
Hinson, John, Kent Co., 29th Dec., 1704; 5th June, 1705.
To son John, ex., dwelling plantation during life; at his decease to pass to grandson John and male hrs., and lacking such hrs. to male heirs, of son John afsd.
To dau. sarah, grandson John afsd., daus. Elizabeth Rogers, Jane Holeger, Mary Glanvill, son Nathaniell, and Stephen Brodley, personalty.
Wife Ann, property which was hers when she was married and other personalty, including boy John Heath and use of plantation during widowhood.
Test: Gerardus Vessells, Henry Phillips, Henry Monk. 3. 656.
William Hanson 29.318 A KE £106.6.6 £61.19.9 Jun 30 1709
Payments to: Cornelius Ryan, Col. Nathaniell Hynson, Daniel Pearce, Richard Edwards, James Meeks, Edward Skidmore, James Harris, Jobn Carvill, William Marcum, Capt. William Pott, Mr. Bordley, Jacob Young.
Executor: Capt. William Pott.
Hynson, John, Cecil Co., 20th Oct., 1705 ; 9th Oct., 1708.
To wife Mary, extx., of personal estate.
To son John and male hrs., all real estate in Kent Co.; he dying without such issue, estate afsd. to pass to next hr. at law.
To unborn child if male, and male hrs., "Forke Plantation," and if female, to son Thomas and male hrs.
To daus. (undesignated), tobacco due by mortgage from Philip Holeader.
To uncle Charles Hynson, godson John Rogers, servant Richard Owen and John Wellinglery personalty.
To child. Nathaniel, Thomas, Jane and Rachel, residue of personal estate except that given to son John together with that bequeathed him by his grandfather at Esther Neck.
Overseers: Brother Col. Nathaniel Hynson, James Harris and Samuel Weekes.
Test: Jno. Hancock, Danl Dussee, Sarah Christian.
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GRAVES, WILLIAM, Kent Co. 29 March 1751; 3 May, 1751
To son Richard Graves, dwelling plantation, 100 A.; 100 A. Cunny Warring," that I bought of John Hasilhurt.
To son Richard Kennard, pt. of "Doe Neck" on afsd. Kent Co. records will appear, and give sd. son Richard, tract called "Prince William," 90 A.
To son William Hynson Graves, 268 A.; 100 A. called "Weigh Hill Down," that my father Wm Graves, purchased of a certain John Attisks, late of this co., dec'd., as Kent Co. records will appear; 100 A. adjoining the afsd. "Weigh Hill Down," called Hill Top," that I bought of Simon Willmer, late of this co., dec'd., beginning at a cedar post marked "Hill Top, standing on the north side of a little branch of Worton Creek, called 'Cabin Branch, it being the original bounded tree.
My will is that whereas Col. Nathaniel Hynson did by his last will, give to his dau. Sarah Hynson, now my wife, all his land known by name of "Bush Neck," which was unsold to my father William Graves, which sd. land is sd. to be entailed on the hrs., of the afsd. Sarah's body, lawfully begotten, and as my sd. son Richard Graves, is the appear hr. of the afsd. Sarah, and will belong after the death of the afsd. Sarah, unless it shd. happen that the entail of the afsd. land shd. be cut off by fine and recovery or otherwise, if any such thing shd. be procured or had done or suffered to be done by the afsd. Sarah, or by her means or consent so that the afsd. Richard Graves shd. not enjoy same. In such case, sd. son Richard Graves, his hrs., shall be lawful for him or them to enter in and upon the lands given to afsd. son Wm. Hynson Graves, and enjoy the same forever.
To son Richard, 2 slaves: Jonas and Jack, son of James, in pt. of his personal estate.
To son Wm. Hynson Graves, 2 slaves: Sam and Sesar, as pt. of his personal estate.
To dau. Mary Graves, 1/4 of a lot of ground lying in Chestertown in Kent Co., which I bought of George Garnett, as deed upon Kent Co. records will make appear; 1 slave.
To dau. Sarah Graves, slaves.
In case all my children die before they have lawful issue or arrive age 21, then give estate to wife, during her life, and the whole to be divided bet. the male hrs. of Nathaniel Hynson, Jr., Wm. Frisby and Samuel Budd.
Wife agree with Stephen Bordley of this co., to collect debts that are due me by bills, bonds, and etc., in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania or England, and also the afsd. Stephen Bordley, collect for wife the 1/2 of my estate of Samuel Bennetts, which I sold out by published venue.
To wife, stock.
Balance to be divided bet. my 4 children: Richard, Wm. Hynson, Mary and Sarah.
Wit: Phil Kennard, Richard Frisbye, Thomas Hambling. 28. 143