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

Robert Tyler

Male 1671 - 1738  (67 years)


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  • Name Robert Tyler 
    Birth 6 Jan 1671  Brough, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 24 Aug 1738  Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I7843  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father Robert Tyler,   b. Bef 1643   d. 8 Apr 1674, Calvert County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 31 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Joanne Sprigg,   b. Aft 1631, Kettering, Northampton, England Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 3 Jul 1675, Calvert County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age < 42 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage 29 Jun 1663  Kent County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F5403  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Susannah Duvall,   b. Abt 1676, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 12 May 1716, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 40 years) 
    Marriage 1 Feb 1694  Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Marylan Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Edward Tyler,   b. 2 Oct 1696, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 21 Sep 1726, Prince George's County, Maryland - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 29 years)  [Father: natural]
     2. Mary Tyler,   b. 1 Feb 1698, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 12 May 1769, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 71 years)  [Father: natural]
     3. Susannah Tyler,   b. 14 Jul 1700, Queen Anne Parish, Parrotts Manor, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Between 1762 and 1783, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 61 years)  [Father: natural]
     4. Elizabeth Tyler,   b. 22 Dec 1701, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Bef 1774, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age < 72 years)  [Father: natural]
     5. Priscilla Tyler,   b. 12 Jun 1703, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1762, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 60 years)  [Father: natural]
     6. Robert Tyler,   b. 9 Aug 1704, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 12 Aug 1741, Prince George's County, Maryland - inventory Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 37 years)  [Father: natural]
     7. Maureen Tyler,   b. 20 Feb 1707, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 29 Nov 1752, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 45 years)  [Father: natural]
     8. Jane Tyler,   b. 20 May 1709, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Bef 1720, Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age < 10 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F1235  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Family 2 Mary Stanton,   b. Bef 1690, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 18 Feb 1762, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 72 years) 
    Marriage 10 Jun 1718  Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Marylan Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F5402  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      Tyler, Robert, Sr., gentleman, Prince George's County, 29th Dec.1735; 24th Aug, 1738,
      To wife Mary, 1/2 of dwelling plantation, 375 A. "Bowdell's Choice" during life in lieu of her dower interest.
      to dau.-in-law Elizabeth widow of son Edward, dec'd, use of 350 A. where she now lives, being pt. of "Darnall's Grove," until grandson Samuel son of sd. Edward, arrives at age of 21, when land on west side of rolling road leading from John Swan's plantation, through plantation of sd. son Edward to Queen Anne Town shall be equally divided bet. sd. dau-in-law and grandson Samuel, shd. she not live on her portion it is to pass to sd. Samuel and hrs., shd. sd. grandson die without issue, sd. portion to other two grandsons, Edward and Robert sons of son Edward, and their hrs.
      to grandsons Edward and Robert and their hrs. land on east side of sd. rolling road, to receive same at age of 21; sd. grandsons dying without issue their portion to grandson Samuel and hrs.; shd. all 3 grandsons die without issue then entire 350 A. to grand-dau. Susannah dau. of son Edward, and hrs.
      to Mary Whitehead, 150 A, "Brough" during life, at her decease to grandson John Baldwin and hrs., he dying without issue to grandson Tyler Baldwin and hrs., he dying as afsd., to grandson Thomas Baldwin and hrs., he dying as afsd., to grandson James Baldwin and hrs., he dying acs afsd., to son Robert and hrs. Sd. tract called "Brough" being adj. to Demetrius Cartright's land "Islington," "Ample Grange," in poss. of hrs. of John Boyd, Sr., dec'd., and line of John Anderson's land.
      to son Mareen and hrs., 260 A. of "Brough," being adj. to "Bowdell's Choice," sd. son dying without issue, to pass to grandson William son of son Robert, and hrs., he failing issue to grandson Robert son of son Edward, and hrs.
      to son Robert and hrs., 1/2 of dwell. plan., and after decease of wife 375 A. 'Bowdell's Choice," pt. of 'Brough," and 10 A. "Basin Thorp Hall,'" bou. of Thomas Harwood; sd. son dying without issue to pass to son Mareen and hrs., he also failing issue to grandson Robert son of Edward; also 100 A, "Riley's Lott.," bou. of Thomas Pindell, lot in Queen Anne Town with houses thereon, except that sold to Rubin Ross afsd ground whereon Michael Morrises house now stands, also 100 A. "Tyler's Chance," N. W. side of Sinneca creek.
      to daus. Susannah Lamar and Elizabeth Pottenger, and their hrs, 200 A. of Howerton"s Range," had of Benjamin Duvall, sd. daus. dying without issue, sd. lands to dau. Priscilla Wickam and hrs., shd. all three daus. die without issue, sd. lands to grandson Tyler, son of Mary Baldwin and hrs.
      Son-in-law Samuel Pottenger to give the 100 A. of sd. tract to his son, Robert, son of his present wife, dau. Elizabeth. None of hrs. to claim any right or interest in "Ridgely's and Tyler's Chance" now in poss. of Thomas Fowler's hrs. Exts. empowered to sell 105 A. of land mortgaged by Thomas Rickets, of A. A. County, in case sd. Rickets does not pay mortgage.
      To dau. Priscilla Wickham and hrs., 200 A. "Tyler's Range," nr. head of Eastern branch Potomac River
      to dau. Mary Whitehead. certain personalty and all her late husband James Baldwin's personal estate,
      to grandson John Baldwin, son Mareen, daus. Susannah Lamar, Eliz. Pottenger and Priscilla Wickham, son Robert, and his son and dau., Robert and Mary, and grandson William Tyler, personalty. Residue of estate to wife Mary, extx.,, shd. she refuse to abide by above will son Robert to act.
      grand-dau. Ruth certain personalty in event of wifes marriage.
      Test: Benja. Boyd, Phillip Pindell, Jr.,, Abra. Boyd, Jr., Henry Bryant. MCW 21.911.
      ===
      Mr. Robert Tyler 26.165 PG £669.15.10 Sep 4 1736 Aug 29 1741
      Appraisers: Thomas Lancaster, William Smith.
      Creditors; Thomas Lancaster, Samuel Preston Moore.
      Next of kin: Mareen Tyler, Mary Tyler.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson.
      ===
      Robert Tyler (gentleman) 18.290 A PG £669.15.10 £285.13.10 Aug 29 1741
      The amount of the accounts also included £50.18.0 in sterling and #2098.
      Received from: Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Mr. John Hanbury (merchant in London), Thomas Ricketts, Hugh Ryley, William Chaplain, Mr. Dickweight.
      Payments to: Thomas Lancaster, Dr. Richard Hill, Dr. John Hamilton, Mr. William Murdock, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Peter Dent.
      Legatees: Elisabeth (daughter) wife of Samuel Pottinger, Priscilla (daughter) wife of Nathaniel Wickham, Susannah (daughter) wife of John Lemarr, Manson Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (grandson) paid to his mother Mary Tyler, Mary Tyler (granddaughter), William Tyler (grandson).
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson (clerk).
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      Robert Taylor (gentleman) (Tyler) 20.193 A PG £72.2.9 May 11 1744
      The amount of the accounts also included #63.
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
      Legatees: Ruth Tyler (granddaughter) wife of Mordecai Jacob.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Rev. Jacob Henderson.
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      Pawlett, William, England, 14th Aug., 1694; 27th Aug., 1694.
      Brother Richard of Gray's Inn, ex. and sole legatee of all property in England, real and personal.
      To Thomas Hebb of St. Mary's Co., personalty.
      Philip Clarke, St. Mary's Co., and Robert Taylor, Calvert Co., exs. and residuary legatees of property (personal) in Maryland and Virginia.
      Test : Nick, Richardson, Jno. Lester, Ann Fisher. 7. 14.
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      Thomas Edmondson 19,175 A PG £50,17,5 £14,4,5 Jul 24 1699
      Payments to: William Burgess.
      Mentions: no orphans,
      Administrator: Richard Lancaster by his attorney Mr. Robert Tyler.
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      Col. Henry Ridgley 32A,68 I PG £2291.16.4 Oct 16 1710
      The amount of the inventory also included #5167.
      Appraisers: Robert Wheeler, Lewis Duvall.
      Approvers: Charles Ridgley (son).
      List of debts: James Gladston, William Gwyn, Thomas Clarke, David Edwards, Charles Carroll, Sr, John Mason, Jeremiah Larkin, Capt* James Sanders, Thomas Fowler, Benjamin Duvall, Thomas Gassaway, Thomas Odill, Lewis Duvall, Richard Ducket, Mr. William Josephs. William Demont, Richard Cheny, John Boyd, Mordecai Pricet, Gilbert Higginson, Robert Tyler, John Jacob, Sr., Thomas Blany, William Farmer.Maureen Duvall, Jr., Thomas Bennett Foulk Davis, John Anderson, Samuel Farmer, Charles Stevens, Nicholas Sheppard, James Barly, John Green, George Cope, Cutberd Anderson, Richard Young (at the GateHouse)f Richard Young (at Thomas Cowley's), Richard Anderson, William Holliday, Garret Toping, Thomas Cowley.
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      Pindall, Thomas, Prince George's County, 12th June, 1710; 5th Aug', 1710.
      To child., Joice Gladston, and Philip, Mary, Abraham, Rachell and Isaac Pindall. 5 shillings each.
      to wife Mary, extx., residue of estate, real and personal., ineluding dwelling plantation and land, to pass at her decease to eld. son Thomas and hrs.
      Test: Robt. Tylor, Jno. Jackson., Richd. Duckett, Geo, Smith,
      13.111
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      White, Guy, Prince George's County, 3rd Aug., 1712; 15th Dec., 1712.
      To sons Guy, Samuel and Benjamin and their hrs., "cool. Spring Manor"' and personalty', equally, at 16 yrs -of age.
      to son Francis and hrs., part of "Swantony's Lot,,',' bought of Francis Swanton in North. branch Patuxent.
      to daus, Sarah and Eliza:,, personalty at 16 yrs. of age.
      to wife Eliza:, extx., residue of estate, real and personal, including dwelling-house. Should wife die during minority of child., Robert Tyler., together with William Richardson, of A. A. County, to have charge of children's estate.
      Test: John Evans, Samuel Griffith, Jr., Thomas Evans. 3.3. 474.
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      Abrahams, Hugh, planter, Prince George's County, 14th Aug, 1712; 12th May, 1713.
      To wife Easter, extx,. dwelling plantation,, 60 A,,, being part of "Essenton. "
      son-in-law John Beckett, plantation afsd. at decease of wife.
      to daus-in-law Mary Rodrey and Eliza: Becraf, personalty, Humphrey., son of Humphrey ]Beckett,, personalty at decease of wife.
      Test: Robert Tyler., Patrick Sympson., Rich'd Lancaster, Geo. Birches. 13. 571.
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      Hugh Abrahams 35A.114 A PG £97.2.0 £91.3.3 Apr 13 1714
      Payments to: Mr. Lancaster per Robert Tyler.
      Executor: John Beckitt.
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      Thomas Pindell 36A,191 A PG £40.13.7 £43.1.7 Dec 3 1714
      The amount of the accounts also included #1795.
      Payments to: Richard Lancaster, John Perry, Thomas Wells, Richard Duckett, William Bladen, Esq., Robert Tyler.
      Executrix: Mrs. Mary Pindell (widow).
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      James Brent (planter) 1.297 A PG £9.16.8 £13.17.2 Oct 21 1718
      Payments to: Richard Pile, Mr. Tobias Bowles, Richard Duckett.
      Administrator: Robert Tyler (gentleman).
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      Reaves, John, planter, Prince George's County, 2nd Apr., 1718; 5th Apr., 1718.
      To dau, Ellinor, personalty, she to be of age at :16 yrs.; testator further directs that his three sons, John, Thomas and Daniel, be of age at 18 Yrs
      Residue of estate to four child. afsd.
      Robt, Tyler, ex.,, to have care of child. should testator not have designated to whom they are to go.
      Test: Rich. Duckett, Mark Brown, Wm. Fowler. 14. 526.
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      John Reaves 2,360 A PG £81,7,3 ££78.13.0 Oct 10 1719
      Payments to: Henry Fittich, John Howard, Tobias Bowles, W. Bladen, Esq., Dr. Patrick Hepbourne, John Murdock, Richard Pile, Robert Grinip, Richard Duckett, Johana Covill.
      Executor: Robert Tyler.
      ===
      James Mullikin 2.350 A PG £73.3.0 £65.12.10 Oct 10 1719
      Payments to: Benjamin Tasker (administrator of W. Bladen, Esq*), Dr, Hepburn, James Baldwin, Richard Duckett, Maurice Birchfeild, Esq. paid to Thomas Macnemara.
      Administrator: Robert Tyler.
      ===
      Abraham Clark 6,290 A PG £13.1.10 £26.12.0 Mar 23 1724
      Received from: Mr, Joseph Adams, Mr. Tobias Bowles, Thomas Jones,
      Payments to: Rebecca Cherry, Capt. Thomas Clagett, Thomas Brooke & William Holland & Thomas Addison, Esq., Mr, Thomas Brook.
      Administrator: Mr. Robert Tyler.
      ===
      Solomon Stimson 9.157 A PG £198.17.9 £110.4.6 May 20 1728
      Received from: MM John Hyde & Co. (merchants in London), Thomas Charter, John Mawdesty,
      Payments to: Robert Tyler, William Elder, William Hardey, John Kirkwood, Joseph Noble.
      Legatees: Solomon Stimson, Benjamin Stimson, Anny Stimson (daughter) wife of William Hardy.
      Executrix: Elisabeth Stimson.
      ===
      Robert Pain 12,265 Page 25.17.5 Jul 20 1727 Aug 23 1727
      Appraisers: William Rainshaw (also William Renshaw), Thomas Evans.
      creditors: Basell Waring, Robert Tyler.
      Next of kin: John Smoote, John Coller.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Anne Pain.
      ===
      Mary Wedge, born say 1709, a white servant woman of St. Barnard's Parish, Patuxent Hundred, Prince George's County, was presented by the court in March 1727 for having a "Mulatto" child. In June 1727 she admitted that the father of her child was Robert Tyler's slave named Daniel. The court bound her daughter Violetta to her master Thomas Harwood until the age of thirty-one. She had at least four more children who were sold until the age of thirty-one: William, born 8 February 1732/3, sold to Dr. Thomas Boswell; Ned, born about 1734; a child who died before June 1735 when the case came to trial; a child born in 1736 and sold to Robert Neale; a girl, born 9 June 1737, sold to Henry Boteler; and Samuel, born 31 October 1738, sold to her master, Thomas Harwood [Court Records 1726-7, 230, 358-9; 1732-4, 164, 297-8; 1734-5, 108, 351, 410; 1736-8, 15, 46, 60-1, 504; 1738-40, 192].
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      Elizabeth Murrely, born say 1682, the servant of Robert Tyler, was convicted by the Prince George's County court on 26 November 1700 of having an illegitimate "Malatta" child by a "Negro Man." The court ordered that she be sold for seven years at the expiration of her indenture. She was called "Elizabeth Mallary Servant to Robert Tyler" on 25 November 1702 when the court ordered that she serve him 12 months for the trouble of his house in having a "Malatta" child. She was called "Elizabeth Mallary Late Servant to Mr. Robert Tyler" on 28 March 1703/4 when the court sold her for seven years to Abraham Clark who promised that "she shall not work in the Grounds" [Court Record 1699-1705, 80a, 215, 289a].
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      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 624 o Special Petition, 3 Dec 1724; enrolled 9 Apr 1726
      Thomas Maker of Calvert County comes before Ralph Crabb, John Magruder. Richard Keene and Thomas Hillery, Gent. regarding the boundaries of The Grange at court held in Marlborough
      Luke Bernard, age 89, gives deposition 8 Mar 1724; mentions Benjamin Berry, John Oliver, and Col Beall
      John Oliver, aged 40 years, gives deposition 19 Mar 1724/5; mentions Luke Bernard
      John Bunt, aged 56 years, give deposition 23 Feb 1724; mentions Hugh Ryley, Ninian Beall Robert Tyler and Benjamin Berry sign statement regarding the land on 23 Feb 1724 Clement Hill, age 54, gives deposition
      Charles Walker of Prince George's County, aged 55 years, gives deposition 19 Mar 1724/6; mentions Thomas Prather, deceased
      Robert Tyler, age 53; gives deposition 19 Mar 1724/5
      James Stoddert, aged 57 years, gives deposition 23 Feb 1724
      ===
      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 212
      Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 20 Feb 1730:
      Indenture, 18 Feb 1731; Between Robert Tyler, Sr., merchant, and Jacob Henderson, clerk; for £62; parcel called Jacob's Addition being part of tract call Brough; bounded by Duckett's Hope formerly sold by Tyler; tract called Brough but sold by name of Tyler's Discovery; containing 125 acres; /s/ Robt. Tyler; 18 Feb 1731; ack. by Robert Tyler and Mary his wife
      ===
      1763-1767 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber TT [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 40. At the request of Henry Hall the following Mortgage was recorded June 22, 1763
      Indenture made June 7, 1763; William Denune, planter of PGCo no in consideration of 314 pounds sterling paid by Henry Hall of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, merchant have sold 2 tracts, "Denunes Purchase" containing 200 acres and part of "Parrott's Manor" purchased of Jacob Henderson and Robert Tyler of PGCo of Henry Hall of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, clerk by deed bearing date November 4, 1720; and also the several Negroes goods and chattles following; Negroes Toby & Sue; 2 gray mares, 1 bay horse, 1 brown mare, 4 sheep, 1 feather bed and furniture, 1 dozen pewter plates, 2 dishes and 2 basons, 5 hogs, and also all the crop of corn and tobacco now growing on the 2 tracts.; Provided always that if William Denune shall well and truly pay unto Henry Hall the aforesaid sums of money with legal interest on or before January 1 next then this present indenture shall cease and become absolutely void. Signed William Denune in the presence of John Brice, William Cooke and acknowledged before John Brice and at the same time Elizabeth Denune wife of William Denune relinquished her right of dower
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1769-1772; Liber AA 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 69. At the request of Robert Tyler the following Deed was recorded February 12, 1770
      Indenture made January 29, 1770; John Baldwin, planter in consideration of 177 pounds currency paid by Robert Tyler, planter has sold 59 acres being part of 150 acres of land devised in tail by the last will and testament of Robert Tyler, deceased unto John Baldwin out of a tract called "Brough" which part the said John Baldwin has suffered a recovery to be made thereon the last provincial court. The beginning of the said 59 acres which are now called "Tyler's Addition" is at the 6th and last boundary of the said 150 acres near to a marked white oaks on the north side of a branch that falls into the Cattail Meadow Branch. Signed John Baldwin in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Richard Duckett Jr. and at the same time Ann Baldwin wife of John Baldwin relinquished her right of dower
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      1772-1774 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 3 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 395. At the request of Thomas Duckett the following Deed was recorded March 23, 1774
      Indenture made November 24, 1773; Samuel Pottinger of Virginia and Robert Pottinger of Maryland, planters in consideration of 255 pounds sterling money of Great Britain paid by Thomas Duckett, merchant of Maryland has sold part of a tract called "Howerton's Range" containing 100 acres that part of a tract given by grandfather Robert Tyler to our mother Elizabeth Pottinger. Signed Samuel Pottinger, Robert Pottinger in the presence of and acknowledged before David Craufurd, Thomas Gantt, Jr.and at the same time Elizabeth Pottinger wife of Robert Pottinger relinquished her right of dower
      ===
      1780-1784 Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records Liber FF 1 [Abstract by Mike Marshall]; Page 377. At the request of Thomas Duckett the following Deed was enrolled November 30, 1783
      Indenture made November 29, 1783; William {Bishop} Lamar, planter in consideration of 400 pounds current money paid by Thomas Duckett has sold part of a tract called "Howerton's Range" containing 100 acres it being that part given by my great grandfather Robert Tyler to my grandmother Susannah Lamar adjoining the lands now in possession of the said Thomas Duckett. Signed William Lamar in the presence of and acknowledged before Thomas Boyd, James Mullikin and at the same time Elizabeth Lamar wife of William Lamar relinquished her right of dower

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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Indenture, 24 November 1697
      From: JOHN BOYD of P. G. County, planter, and MARY his wife.
      To: ROGER BROOKE, JR., of Calvert County, planter Price: Valuable considerations
      Property: Two tracts: 1) a 125 acre tract called "Concord" in P. G. Co. on the west side of Patuxent River in the freshes of the river as originally granted to RICHARD BROCKDEN, said lot being bounded by land of ROBERT ANDERSON called "Cattail Meadows" by land of JOHN LEWELLING, and by Collington Branch; 2) a 204 acre tract being part of "Ryleys Lott" as formerly granted to HEW RYLEY, formerly in Calvert County, but now in P. G. County, on the north side of Collington Branch being bounded by a part of this tract belonging to THOMAS PINGLE, by land of ROBERT TYLER, by Collington Branch, by land surveyed for one JOHN LEWELLIN,and by "Concord."
      Signatures: JOHN BOYDE (mark) and MARY BOYDE (mark) Wit.: CLEBURNE L0MAX, ROBERT WADE
      Ackn'd: JOHN BOYDE and MARY his wife, 24 November 1697.
      Recorded: 24 November 1697, Vol. A, Page 76
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Indenture, 2 November 1697
      From: RICH'D EDWARDS of P. G. County, planter, and HANNAH his wife.
      To: PETER SCAMPER of P. G. County, planter
      Price: 50 pounds sterling
      Property: 150 acres out of a 290 acre tract called "Mount Pleasant" and another 50 acre tract called "Good Luck," both on the west side of Patuxent River at Fendalls Fresh. The 290 acre "Mount Pleasant" was originally patented to THOM'S LETCHWORTH, 26 April 1658, and bounded on land formerly taken up by JAMES BERRY, and on FENDALL'S land. It was conveyed by him to JNO. POTTS who bequeathed it to his wife HANNAH. The widow, HANNAH, married the above RICHARD EDWARDS. They conveyed 100 acres of the tract to JOHN TATE, 16 September 1691. The 100 acres bounded on land laid out for the above JOHN POTT called "Mount Pleasant," and on the Patuxent River. The deed was recorded in Calvert Co. They also conveyed 40 acres of the 290 acre tract to JOHN MILLS by deed dated 17 September 1695, and recorded in P. G. Co. The 40 acre tract bounded on FENDALL'S land called "Fendalls Spring," now in the possession of THOMAS WILLSON, on land of JOHN TATE. The 50 acre "Good Luck" was part of a tract called "Cold Spring Manner" and was purchased by RICHARD EDWARDS, 17 September 1695, from FRANCIS COLLYER of Calvert County, now of P. G. County, gent.
      Signatures: RICH'D EDWARDS, HANNAH EDWARDS
      Wit.: ROB'T TYLER, THOM'S GREENFIELD, JNO. JOYCE Ackn'd: RICH'D EDWARDS and HANNAH his wife, 2 November 1697.
      Recorded: 28 August 1698, Vol. A, Page 133
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; 94 Year Lease, 27 September 1698
      From: JOHN DAVIS of P. G. County, and ELIZABETH his wife.
      To: JOSHUA CECILL of P. G. Co.
      Price: 15,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: 100 acre part of "Mount Calvert Manor" on the west side of Patuxent River near the dividing creek; except two acres formerly leased by said DAVIS to WILLIAM STONE and JOHN MERYTON, and two acres formerly leased by said DAVIS to said CECILL.
      Signatures: JOHN DAVIS, ELIZABETH DAVIS (mark) Wit.: ROB. TYLER, SAMUELL MAGRUDER
      Ackn'd: JOHN DAVIS and ELIZABETH his wife, 27 September, 1698.
      Recorded: 21 June 1699, Vol. A, Page 165
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 28 November 1699
      From: THOMAS STOCKET of Anne Arundel County, gent., as Executor of the last will and testament of MARY YATE, late of Anne Arundel County, widow.
      To: THOMAS JAMES of P. G. County, planter
      Price: 1200 lbs. tobacco
      Property: Part of "The Vale of Benjamin" in P. G. County, bounding on land of CHARLES WILLIAM'S, and on Turkey Branch; 30 acres.
      Signature: THOMAS STOCKET
      Wit.: ROBT. TYLER, JAMES STODDERT
      Ackn'd: THOMAS STOCKETT, 28 November 1699 Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, Page 298
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 24 June 1700
      From: RICHARD MARSHAM of P. G. County, gent.
      To: ROBERT TYLER of P. G. County, gent.
      Price: 650 pounds sterling
      Property: The 3000 acre tract called "Darnalls Grove" in P. G. Co. on the west side of the Patuxent River in the freshes on the west side of Collington Branch where his Lordship's manner is; being part of what was originally a 3800 acre tract.
      Signature: RICHARD MARSHAM
      Wit.: THOMAS HOLLYDAY, JAMES STODDORT
      Ackn'd: Anne MARSHAM, wife of RICHARD, 1 July 1700 Recorded: 21 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 338
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Bond, 13 January 1700
      From: RICHARD ISACK of P. G. County, "taylor" To: EDWARD HOLMES of P. G. County, planter
      Price: 300 pounds sterling
      Terms: Said ISACK bound to observe the conditions
      of a deed bearing the same date conveying land to said HOLMES or pay HOLMES the 300 pounds sterling. Signature: RICHARD ISACK
      Wit.: ROB'T TYLER, THO. SPRIG, JR.
      Recorded: 25 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 347
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 3 January 1700
      From: ROBERT TYLER of P. G. County, gent.
      To: RICHARD BUTT of Anne Arundel County, planter Price: 69 pounds sterling
      Property: All the 206 and 1/4 acre tract called "Batchelors Delight" recently purchased by said TYLER from RICHARD MARSHAM, said tract being part of the 3800 acre tract called "Darnalls Grove," formerly in Calvert County, now in P. G. County, on the west side of Collington Branch; bounding on "Darnalls Grove," and land of SAMUEL DUVALL and ROBERT BRADLY. Signature: ROB'T TYLER
      Wit.: RICHARD DUCKETT, LEWIS DUVALL
      Ackn'd: ROBERT TYLER and wife SUSANNA, 3 January 1700.
      Recorded: 25 February 1700, Vol. A, Page 349
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      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 12 April 1701
      From: ELIZABETH BELLT of Anne Arundel County, widow
      To: JOSEPH BELT of P. G. County, second son of said ELIZABETH BELLT.
      Price: Natural affection and a competent "maintainances," and considering that said JOSEPH BELT is grown to the age and maturity of managing the affairs of the country, and in consideration of the fact that said JOSEPH BELT has released his title to a tract called "Friends Choyce" to said ELIZABETH BELT by deed dated 12 April 1701.
      Property: A 150 acre parcel consisting of parts of the tracts "Good Luck," and the addition to this tract called "Widows Purchase," lying in P. G. Co. on the forks of the west branch of Patuxent River and on the north side of Beaver Damm Branch, bounding on THOMAS HILLARY'S tract "Three Sisters," and "Addition to Good Luck." The part of "Good Luck" conveyed to said JOSEPH BELT had been willed to him by his father JOHN BELT, to be received after the decease of his mother, the said ELIZABETH BELT.
      Signature: ELIZABETH BELT
      Wit.: ROBERT TYLER, THOMAS SPRIGG, JUNR. Ackn'd.: ELIZABETH BELT, 12 April 1701 Recorded: 21 June 1701, Vol. A, Page 368
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 26 April 1700
      From: ROBERT TYLER of P. G. County, gent.
      To: RICHARD ROBSON of P. G. County, planter Price: 7000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: A 103 acre part of "Darnalls Grosse" in
      P. G. Co. bounding on land of SAMUEL FARMER and ROBERT BRADLEY.
      Signature: ROBERT TYLER
      Wit.: THOMAS SPRIGG, RICH'D CLARKE
      Ackn'd: Mr. ROBERT TYLER and wife SUSANNA, 26 April 1701.
      Recorded: 11 July 1701, Vol. A, Page 393
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 13 August 1701
      From: MAREEN DUVALL of P. G. Co. and wife FFRANCIS
      To: JOHN BARRETT of P. G. County, gent.
      Price: Natural love and affection for their son, MAREEN.
      Property: Part of the 1000 acre tract called "Vale of Benjamin" whereon said MAREEN [father or son?] now liveth; conveyance conditional in that FFRANCIS and MAREEN the son shall hold, use, occupy, possess, and enjoy said property during their lives. Signatures: MAREEN DEVALL, FFRANCIS DEVALL Wit.: ROBERT TYLER, THOMAS SPRIGG
      Ackn'd: MAREEN DUVALL and wife FRANCIS (date of acknowledgement unspecified).
      Recorded: 15 August 1701, Vol. A, Page 398
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 8 July 1701
      From: ROBERT ANDERSON of P. G. County, planter
      To: RICHARD LANCASTER, late of P. G. County, merchant Price: 100 pounds sterling
      Property: A 207 acre tract called "New Castle" being part of a larger tract called "Essington," bounding on "Essington," and on land of JOSEPH WILLIAMS.
      Signature: ROBERT ANDERSON (mark)
      Wit.: ROBERT TYLER, THOMAS SPRIGG, JR.
      Ackn'd: ROBERT ANDERSON (mark), and wife ELIZABETH, 8 July 1701.
      Recorded: 12 September [sic] 1701, Vol. A, Page 402
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 24 September 1700
      From: ROBERT TYLER of P. G. County, gent.
      To: SAMUELL FARMER of Anne Arundel County, planter Price: 40 pounds sterling
      Property: A 103 and 1/4 acre tract called "Farmers Marsh" in P. G. Co. on the west side of Collington Branch, being part of a larger tract called "Darnalls Grove," bounded on "Darnalls Grove" and a part of "Darnalls Grove," now belonging to Mr. ROBERT BRADLEY.
      Signature: ROBERT TYLER
      Wit.: WILLIAM TANYHILL, JOSIAS TOWGOOD, RICH'D DUCKETT.
      Ackn'd: ROBERT TYLER and wife SUSANNA, 24 September 1700.
      Recorded: 29 November 1701, Vol. A, Page 408
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 28 November 1699
      From: THOMAS STOCKETT of Anne Arundel County, gent., Executor of the last will and testament of MARY YATE, late of Anne Arundel County, deceased, widow.
      To: JOHN BARRETT of P. G. County, planter
      Price: 29 pounds sterling and 12 shillings
      Property: A 148 acre part of "Vale of Benjamin," bounding on SAMUELL MAGRUDER'S "Alexandria," and on Turkey Branch
      Signature: (none)
      Wit.: ROBERT TYLER, JAMES STODDART
      Ackn'd: THOMAS STOCKETT, 28 November 1699 Recorded: 16 June 1702, Vol. A, Page 443
      ===
      1696-1702 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber A, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Deed, 3 June 1702
      From: HUGH RILEY of P. G. County, planter
      To: SAMUELL BRASHEAR of P. G. County, planter Price: 39 pounds sterling
      Property: The 60 acre tract, "The leapenig(7)"
      in P. G. County, bounding on "Cuckholds Delight" and on FENDELL'S land.
      Signature: HUGE RILEY
      Wit.: ROBERT TYLER, THO. SPRIGG, JR.
      Ackn'd: HUGH RILEY and wife MARY, 3 June 1702 Recorded: 29 June 1702, Vol. A, Page 447
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 40a o Indenture, 25 Mar 1702
      From: Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, Gent
      To: Abraham Clarke of Prince George's County, Gent.
      For 160£a 400 acre tract of Darnalls Grove called Clarke's Forest in the freshes of the Patuxent River; bounded by Collington Branch, His Lordship's Manor, a tract of land laid out for Lewis Devon, and in a line of Samuel Devall; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Robert Tyler
      Witnessed: William Stone and Richard Gambra
      Endorsement: Susanah Tyler 25 Mar 1702
      Alienation: 25 Jan 1702 Abraham Clarke paid the sum of 16s
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 44a; Indenture, 8 Mar 1702
      From: Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: Col. Henry Ridgely, merchant of Prince George's County
      200£for 500 acres of Marye's Delight from a tract called Darnall's Grove; bounded by land laid out for Richard Robson and Darnall's Grove; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Rob't Tyler
      Memorandum: 8 Mar 1702 Susannah Tyler examined by Samuell Magruder & Tho's Sprigg, Witnessed: Thomas Odell, Richard Duckett
      Alienation: Major Barton paid 24 Sep 1700 for this land; not recorded; cancelled deed shown
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 45a; Indenture, 8 Mar 1702
      From: Henry Ridgley, merchant, and Rob't Tyler, Gent., both of Prince George's County
      To: Lewis Duvall, planter of Anne Arundel County
      24£14s for a 63 acre tract of land called Devall's Cowpen, part of a tract called Ridgley's and Taylor's Chance bounded by Willson's Plaines now in the possession of Mareen Devall, Jr.; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Henry Ridgly (mark) and Rob't Tyler
      Memorandum: Endorsement on back of Mary Ridgley and Susanna Tyler; signed Samuell Magruder and The. Sprigg, Jr.
      Witnessed: Samuel Magruder and Rich'd Duckett
      Alienation: 23 Mar 1702/3 the sum of 2s from Lewis Devall
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 46a; Indenture, 8 Mar 1702
      From: Col. Henry Ridgley, merchant, and Robert Tyler, Gent., both of Prince George's County
      To: Thomas Fowler, planter of Prince George's County
      For 20£a tract of 100 acres called Fowler's Venture being part of Ridgleys and Taylor's Chance; bounded by a parcel of land laid out for John Howerton called Howerton's Range now in the possession of William Orrick and Benjamin Duvall; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Henry Ridgley (mark) and Robert Tyler
      Memorandum: On the back of the deed 8 Mar 1702 signed by Mary Ridgley and Susanna Tyler; examined by Sam'll Magruder and Thomas Sprigg, Jr.
      Witnessed: Samuell Magruder and Richard Duckett
      Alienation: 23 Mar 1702/3 from Thomas Fowler the sum of 4s
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 48; Indenture, 8 Mar 1702
      From: Coll. Henry Ridgley, merchant, and Robert Tyler, Gent., both of Prince George's County
      To: Thomas Ricketts, planter of Anne Arundel County
      For 120£a tract of land containing 300 acres, being part of Ridgley and Taylor's Chance lying in Prince George's County; bounded by Willson's Plaine now in the possession of Mareen Duvall, Jr., a tract laid out for Lewis Duvall which also is part of the land called Ridgley and Taylor's Chance (the whole containing 463 acres); also bounding Thomas Fowler's land; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Henry Ridgley (mark) and Robert Tyler
      Memorandum: On the back of the deed the endorsement of Mary Ridgley and Susannah Tyler, examined by Sam'll Magruder and The. Sprigg, Junior
      Witnessed: Samuell Magruder and Rich'd Duckett
      Alienation: 23 Mar 1702 received of Thomas Rickett the sum of 12s
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 96: Petition, 20 Nov 1703
      Resurvey of Tuexbury in Prince George's County
      Petitioner. Robert Tyler
      Bounded: The oath of Hugh Ryley says John Mootree informed him Col. Ninian Beall showed him and Robert Jones "northwest corner tree of tract called Scott's Lott"; Resurvey of Cheroxbury; near Collington Branch; found to contain 184 acres
      Signed: Archibald Edmundson, John Pottinger, Edward Holmes, Thomas Wells, Hugh Abrahams, John Ramsey, Thomas Box, Thomas Pindle (mark), Robert Anderson (mark), Thomas Plumer (mark), Charles Hyatt
      Her Majesties' Surveyor: William Hutchison
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 114a: Indenture, 16 May 1704
      From: Thomas Roper of Prince George's County
      To: Peregrine Browne, merchant of London in the Kingdom of England
      For 505 a tract of 100 acres of Roper's Chance and part of a tract of land laid out for Roper for 300 acres warranted to him by Robert Tyler of Prince George's County in the freshets near the west side of the Patuxent River; along with 2 servants by the name of Robert and Anne Paine during the time of their service
      Signed: Thomas Roper (mark)
      Witnessed: Francis Collier and James Martin
      Factor: Thomas Wainwright factor for Cap. Peregrine Browne
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 130: Indenture, 29 Mar 1705
      From: Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: Matthew Mackebey, planter of Prince George's County
      For 71£a 104 acre tract of land part of 204 acres called Tyler's Discovery in Prince George's County on the west side of the Patuxent River and east side of Collington Branch; bounded by Enfield Chance taken up by John Lewellin and Cattail Meadows owned by Robert Anderson
      Signed: Robert Tyler
      Memorandum: Susanna Tyler, wife of Robert, gave up her dowry
      Alienation: 25 Jun 1705 Matthew Mockabey paid 4s/2p
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 183a: Indenture, 24 Feb 1706
      From: Thomas Ricketts, planter of Anne Arundel County
      To: Thomas Fowler, planter of Prince George's County
      For 120£a 300 acre part of a tract of 463 acres called Ridgly's and Tyler's Chance in Prince George's County; bounded by Willson's Plaines in possession of Mareen Devall, Jr., it being the NW corner of land laid out for Lewis Devall also part of Ridgly's and Tyler's Chance Signed: Thomas Ricketts
      Memorandum: 20 Feb 1706 Sarah Ricketts examined by Rob't Tyler and J. Gerard Vide ye alienation 1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 202
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 188: Obligation (No date) {1707}
      From: Richard Harwood of Anne Arundel County, Gent.
      To: Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, Gent.
      Harwood binds himself to pay Tyler 1,000£; Condition of Obligation is that the determination of a Prince George's County Jury, Hugh Ryley, foreman, shall stand free of any problem from Harwood or his heirs; bounds mention Bowdle's Choice and Brazon Thorp Hall; also Col. Beall, Heugh Ryley and Robert Anderson, Sr.
      Richard Harwood
      Francis Colliar, Samuell Duvall, and Thomas Clarke
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 222: Indenture, 8 Jul 1708
      From: Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, Gent.
      I'm Richard Duckett, County Clerk of Anne Arundel County
      For 408 a 100 acre plantation called Duckett's Hope, part of a tract called Tyler's Discovery in Prince George's County between land called Enfield Chase owned by John Llewellin and Cattail Meadows belonging to Robert Anderson; bounded by Ample Grange owned by John Boyd and Matthew Mackabey's land
      Signed: Robert Tyler
      Witnessed: John Gerrard and Thomas Clegett
      Memorandum: 8 Jul 1708 Susannah Tyler, wife of Robert examined by above witnesses Alienation: Richard Duckett paid the sum of 4s for the 100 acres
      (Ed: Amptill Grange on the Hienton map of Prince George's Co. was written as Ample Grange in this document and Enfield Chase as Enfield Chance)
      ===
      1702-1709 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber C, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 239: Indenture, 30 Apr 1706
      From: Elizabeth Anderson wife of the late Robert Anderson and Robert Anderson, planter, son of the late Robert Anderson of Prince George's County
      To: Humphry Beckett, planter of Prince George's County
      For 3,000 pounds of tobacco a 31 acre portion of First Purchase, part of a tract of land called Cattail Meadows, part of a parcel laid out for Richard Brogden; bounded by land laid out for Robert Tyler
      Signed: Elizabeth Anderson (mark) and Robert Anderson (mark)
      Witnessed: Robert Tyler and Abra. Clarke
      Memorandum: Acknowledgement by Robert and Elizabeth Anderson and Jane Anderson, wife of the younger Robert Anderson, examined by above witnesses
      Alienation: 22 Jun 1708 Humphrey Beckett paid the sum of ls/3p for 31 acres of land
      Letter: 29 Apr 1708 Jane Anderson gave consent to above sale in a letter filed with the court
      ===
      1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 77:
      Indenture, May 1711
      From: Abraham Clarke, planter of Prince George's County
      To: Mary Ridgley, widow of Col. Henry Ridgley of Prince George's County
      For 44£a 100 acre tract of land called The Globe; bounded by Clarke 's Forest; The Globe being part of a 400 acre tract of land called Darnell's Grove now owned by Robert Tyler
      Signed: Abra. Clarke (seal)
      Witnessed: I. Lenard, Robt. Tyler, Richd. Duckett
      Alienation: Mary Ridgley paid 4s for 100 acres of land
      ===
      1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 79: Obligation
      Abraham Clarke binds himself to pay Mary Ridgley the sum of 902 if his wife, Elizabeth Clarke, does not consent to the sale of the above land called The Globe
      Signed: Abraham Clarke (seal)
      Witnessed: Robert Tyler, Thomas Odell, Richd. Duckett
      ===
      1710-1717 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber F, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Folio 229
      18 Sep 1712
      Gentlemen, The reason I did not send my opinion concerning the dispute between Thomas Wilson and Peter Scamper was because he the said Scamper at our last court and he told me he had on Evidence one John Taylor that was at the bounding and running out of Thomas Wilson's land therefore desired me to defer giving my opinion as yet and I promised him I would defer it until the middle of this month the white I have complyed with no other Evidence appearing than John Mills who was at the marked tree in dispute between the said Wilson and Scamper with Mr. Hill and myself who declared that the said Wilson did tell the said Mills that tree was marked for a memorandum near where the said Wilson did begin but it was not at the course therefore no evidence appearing to prove the place where the surveyor did actually being to make the said Wilson survey other than what the said Wilson conveyance makes mention it is my opinion that the said Wilson ought to begin his survey in the line of the Tract of land called Cool Spring Manor Peter Scamper second course intersects the said line and bound in the line of the said Manor and by the said Scamper's land for his survey this being what offers at present from Gentlemen
      Your Humble Senr' Robt. Tyler
      WHEREAS Robert Tyler was chosen by the Wilson and Scamper and they are bound by oath to agree with his opinion; Clem'. Hill and Arch. Edmonston
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio18
      Indenture 28 Jun 1720; enrolled 17 Oct 1720
      From: Leonard Hollyday' Gent of Prince George's County To Robert Tyler, Gent of Prince George's County
      For £25 a parcel of land part of Towlsbury containing 103 acres in Prince George's County; bounded by the Patuxent River near the main branch called Collington; near Dr. Moore's spring call Green Branch; bounded by Beall's Reserve
      /s/ Leonard Hollyday (seal)
      Wit Ralph Crabb, Thomas Sprlgg
      Acknowledged by Sarah Hollyday, wife of Leonard
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio 504
      Quit Claim Deed, 29 Nov 1723; enrolled 29 Nov 1723
      Robert Tyler, merchant of Prince George's County sold to Richard Robson late of Prince George's County, deceased, a parcel of land called Darnall's Grove of 103 acres recorded in Prince George's County 26 Apr 1700; new deed to Matthew Robson dated 27 Jun 1723
      /s/ Mathew Robinson (mark & seal) Wit Francis Marbury, Ralph Crabb
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio 505
      Indenture, 27 Jun 1723
      From: Robert Tyler, merchant of Prince George's County
      To: Mathew Robinson, planter of Prince George's County
      For 7,000 lbs. of tobacco paid by Richard Robinson, planter of Prince Georges County, aadj father of Mathew Robinson; a tract of land being part of Darnall's Grove of 103 acres /s/ Robert Tyler (seal)
      Wit: Joseph Belt, Thomas Gant
      Acknowledged by Mary Tyler, wife of Robert
      ===
      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 73
      Enrolled at request of Robert Tyler, Sr. 22 Nov 1726:
      Indenture, 3 Sep 1726; Between Thomas Harwood, planter, and Robert Tyler, Sr., Gent.; for "the sum of Tenn Pistoles current money"; a parcel being part of a tract called Basing Thorphall formerly laid out for Edward Isaac now possessed by Thomas Harwood; bounded by Tyler's Spring Branch, Bowdell's Choice, Richard Duckett's and Dr. Moore's quarter called Shrewsberry Quarter; containing 10 acres; /s/ Thos. Harwood; wit. James Greenfield, Richd. Duckett; ack. by Thomas Harwood and Sarah his wife 3 Sep 1726
      ===
      1726-1730 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber M, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 212
      Petition of Mary Carroll & Charles Carroll of Annapolis to the Justices 4th Tues. in June last
      Charles, Lord Baron of Baltimore to John Magruder, Richard Keene, Archibald Edmonston and John Hasewell; regarding boundaries of Enfield's Chance; depositions regarding boundaries:
      Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions 2 tracts called Wilson's Plaines and Howerton's Range; mentions deponent's father, also George Yates, Henry Hanslop, John Duvall, Robert Proctor, etc.; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Marreen Duvall, Sr., planter, age ca 65; mentions John Boyd and Robert Anderson; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Mareen Duvall of the Great Marsh, age ca 46; mentions his brothers John, Mareen and Samuel; mentions Parrotts Thickets; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent,. age ca 55; mentions Patuxent River, Robt. Anderson, Sr., mentions Enfield's Chance, land in possession of Madam Mary Carroll and land of George Yates, James White's Eglington, John Boyd, Sr. and David Fry; 4 Oct 1726
      Deposition of Samuel Duvall, planter, age ca 58; mentions the Great Marsh, Parrotts Thickett, deponent's father's land called Howerton's Range
      22 Jun 1727; Deposition of Clement Hill, Gent., age ca 56; mentions Eglington now in possession of Henry Hall formerly laid out for James White of Anne Arundel County, Capt. John Hyde of London who resurveyed Enfield's Chance, Gabriel Parrott's land called Parrott's Thickets, Col. Ridglie's clear ground, Charles Carroll, etc.
      23 Jun 1727; Deposition of Robert Tyler, Gent., age ca 55; mentions Eglington, Enfield's Chance, John Hyde of London, Howerton's Range, etc.
      27 Jun 1727; Deposition of James Carroll, age ca 48; mentions Charles Carroll, decd, Col. Henry Ridgley; Enfield's Chance of 100 acres, Richard Clark, land called Chatton, etc.
      27 Jun 1727; Deposition of Col. Ninian Beall, age ca 79; mentions George Yates of Anne Arundel County, Charles Buttler told Ninian "thou art a brave boy for thou hast taken up 300 acres of land for my son Nedd meaning Edward Butler in Calvert Co."; [Beall recounts his memory of conversation regarding surveying on west side of the Patuxent]; mentions Essington [?Eglington], James White, Padaway Farm, etc.
      4 Oct 1726; Deposition of Richard Keene, age ca 37; mentions Major Josiah Wilson, lately dec'd
      1 Jul 1727; Deposition of Lingan Wilson, age ca 23; mentions Josiah Wilson
      Enrolled 1 Jul 1727
      ===
      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 232
      Special petition of Charles Calvert, Esq. of Anne Arundel Co. 4th Tues Nov:
      From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to Robert Tyler, Henry Wright, Turnor Wootton and Thomas Harwood, Gent.; regarding boundaries of Swanson's Lot; depositions 24 Feb 1729/30 follow:
      Being near the edge of a branch called Bowes Brook near Cattail Marsh:
      Robert Tyler, age ca 59; mentions Richard Harwood of Ann Arundel County, dec'd, Col. Ninian Beall, Charles Boteler, Edward Isaac, and Thomas Harwood Capt. Thomas Clagett, age ca 59; mentions 12-14 years ago, Mr. Robert Tyler, Swanson's Lott, Col. Ninian Beall, Francis Collyer and Hugh Ryley
      Elizabeth Plummer, Quaker, mentions her husband Thomas Plummer Being on the south side of a branch called Bowes Brook upon a gravelly hill near the mouth of the brook:
      Robert Tyler mentions 18 years ago Col. Ninian Beall and Hugh Ryley; also Josias Fendall and Guy White, Robert Hobbs and Charles Boteler
      Isaac Hyde mentions Capt. John Murdock
      Being by the side of Samuel Breshears cornfield at the head of a small draught that runs eastward:
      Samuel Breshears mentions people by the name of Potts Robert Tyler mentions Francis Collyer and Peter Scamper Being on the south side of the main road that leads from Queen Anne to Marlborough about 20 years from sd. road over against Widow Wells' old field where she now dwells:
      Robert Tyler mentions Col. Ninian Beall & Hugh Ryley
      Capt. Thomas Clagett mentions 14 years ago Robert Tyler, Col. Ninian Beall, Francis Collyer & Hugh Ryley
      George Plumer, Quaker, mentions his father Thomas Plummer and Col. Ninian Beall
      Samuel Breshear, age ca 55, mentions Francis Swanson Being in Archibald Edmondston's pasture close by the main road leads from Queen Ann to Marlborough:
      Elizabeth Plummer mentions [Mr.] Battson and her husband Charles Walker, age ca 56; mentions 30 years ago Francis Swanson and Francis Collyer (Battson being surveyor)
      Robert Tyler mentions 39 years ago Francis Swanson and Thomas Plummer; also Deirinn's Quarter
      Capt. Thomas Clagett mentions 12-14 years ago Robert Tyler, Col. Ninian Beall, Francis Collyer & Hugh Ryley
      Clement Hill, age ca 60; mentions 12 years ago Mr. Gerrard, Francis Collyer Being by the side of Samuel Breshear's cornfield; afsd. Hill declares that 25 years ago he resurveyed a tract called Cuckold's Delight; mentions Ninian Beal
      John Evans, age ca 53; mentions 30 years ago Francis Swanson and George Burgess Being at a poplar against Widow Well's; mentions Francis Collyer and Swanson's Lot
      Enrolled 25 Mar 1731
      ===
      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 589
      Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 15 Jan 1732:
      Indenture, 7 Nov 1732; Between Robert Tyler, Sr., Gent. of one part and Joyce Gladstone, widow, and Mary Gladstone, d/o James Gladstone, carpenter, dec'd; for rents and covenants; lease for life of Joyce and Mary Gladstone; tract called The Ridge formerly purchased by James Gladstone of James Anderson then thought to be part of Cattaile Meadows but found to be part of Brough belonging to Robert Tyler; /s/ Joyce Gladstone (mark), Robt. Tyler; wit. Jacob Henderson, Robert Gordon; ack. by Robert Tyler, Sr., Gent.
      ===
      1730-1733 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Q, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 606
      Special Petition of John Perry 4th Tues Nov:
      From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to Ralph Crabb, Edward Sprigg, Benjamin Berry and Samuel Breshears, Sr.; regarding the boundaries of Brock Hall; depositions follow:
      31 May 1731; Capt. Archd. Edmonson, age ca 60 odd years; mentions Collington Branch and Col. Ninian Beall
      Depositions taken 31 May 1731
      Joseph Ray, age 42; mentions Bealls Hunting Quarter
      Brock Mockibey, age 35; mentions Henry Barnwell & William Nicholas 15 years ago
      Robert Tyler, Sr., age 60 years; mentions Col. Ninian Beall and Brock Hall
      Recorded 27 Feb 1732

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