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

Thomas Dr. Lee

Male Bef 1713 - 1749


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  • Name Thomas Dr. Lee 
    Birth Bef 1713  Blenheim, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death Between Aug and Sep 1749  Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I9164  Tree1
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

    Father Philip Lee,   b. 1681, Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1 May 1744, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 63 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Sarah Brooke,   b. 1684, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 28 Nov 1724, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 40 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Marriage Aft 17 Feb 1705  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1063  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Christiana Sim,   b. Abt 1723, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 24 Mar 1762, Prince George's County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 39 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1744  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Sarah Brooke Lee,   b. Abt 1744, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [Father: natural]
     2. Thomas Governor Sim Lee,   b. 29 Oct 1745, Upper Marlboro, Prince Georges Co. MD Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 9 Oct 1819, "Needwood", Frederick County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 73 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F6295  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 19 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      LEE, THOMAS, Prince George's. County, gentleman,
      my land In Virginia called "Paradice," now in possession of Francis Lee, the aversion left me by my Hon. Father, Philip Lee, Esq, to my son Thomas Sim Lee, and my dau. Sarah Brooke Lee, to be equally divided bet. them; In case of either of their deaths, to the survivor, and In case of death of both my son and dau., without legal hrs. then I leave the land to be divided bet. nephews Philip Lee, son of Philip Lee, and Archer Lee, son of Arthur Lee.
      Give my Note of Trust of land called "Lees Purchase" or "Stump Dale on Potomack, left me by my Honorable Father, to my dear wife,
      Will my land on Senecca Creek in Frederick Co. and an Island purchased of Thomas Beall to be sold for payment of my debts by ex.; same to be sold and divided among my child.
      Appoint Mrs Mary Sim and Major Joseph Sim as guardians to my child.
      Wife and Major Joseph Sim, exs.
      Wit: Arthur Lee, Roger Moodie (?), Mary Sims, Thos. Hodgkin.
      Then came Thos. Hodgkins (Dec. 30, 1749), one of the witnesses,
      who states he saw Col. Thos. Lee sign his will Aug. last, 1749.
      Also Mrs. Mary Sim, Oct., 3, 1749, sd. she saw Testator sign his Will. 27, 139

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      Lee, Philip, gent., Prince George's County, 20th March, 1743-4; 1st May, 1744.
      To son Richard, at death of his mother-in-law, land which test. bought from Thomas Smith and Daniel Dulaney, he to make over to son Arthur, 500 A. Rock Cr. land left him by his mother Sarah, dec'd.
      To son Hancock 1/2 land taken up at Rock Cr. and plantations bought from Joseph and James Brook.
      To son Corbin, residue of land taken up at Rock Cr. and 200 A. "Rehoboth" given test. by his father Col. Richard of Va.
      To sons John and George, 600 A. "Rehoboth".
      To son Francis, 200 A. "Rehoboth,"
      To grandson Philip, 200 A. "Rehoboth".
      To wife Elizabeth, provided she remain a Protestant, ""Bart's Hope" and "The Addition" which test. bought from Major or Capt. Samuel Perry.
      To son George, "Lee's Purchase" on Potomac R. which test. bought from John Ashman.
      To sons Richard and Thomas, "Paradise" in Gloucester Go., left test. by his father.
      To daus. Eleanor and Anne Russell, £5.
      To grandchild ----- and Philip, child. of test. son Philip, dec'd. and his wife Grace, grandchild, ---, --- child. of test. oldest son Richard and his wife Grace, and any other grandchild. born or to be born, personalty.
      To dau. -------, Patts, wife of William Patts, personalty. [probably Potts]
      To wife Elizabeth, and child. Richard, Arthur, Hancock, Corbin, John, George, Francis, Thomas, Letitia, Elizabeth, Alice, Hannah, Margaret and grandson Philip, residue of estate including Bake House and Grist Mill.
      Exs.: Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas.
      Test: Joseph Gwinn, Benj. Gwinn, Philip Jenkins, Charles Jones, John Douglas. 23.480,
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      Philip Lee, Esq. 30.125 Page --- Dec 11 1744 Jan 19 1744/45
      Appraisers: MM John Boone, John Bowie.
      Creditors: Benjamin Fendall, James Russell, James Wardrop.
      Next of kin: Ann Russell, Eleanor Fendall.
      Executor: Thomas Lee.
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      Philip Lee, Esq. 30.131 -- £531.13.11 Nov 10 1744 Jan 19 1744/45
      at Rock Creek.
      Appraisers: Nathaniel Wilkinson, James Perry.
      Creditors: Benjamin Fendall, James Russell, James Wardrop.
      Next of kin: Ann Russell, Eleanor Fendall.
      Executor: Thomas Lee.
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      Philip Lee, Esq. 30.133 -- £570.17.5 Jul 14 1744 Jan 19 1744/45
      at plantation on Potomac River.
      Appraisers: Barton Smoot, William Penn.
      Creditors: Benjamin Fendall, James Russell, James Wardrop.
      Next of kin: Ann Russell, Eleanor Fendall.
      Executor: Thomas Lee.
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      Lee, Philip, Jr., Charles County, 17th Apr., 1739; 9th Aug., 1739,
      To wife Bridget, during widowhood personalty. At her death or remarriage to be divided bet. son John and daus. Sarah, Elizabeth and Lettice.
      Testator desires that his exs. recover tract of land known as "Lee Langly" from William Wilkinson. This tract to be immediately sold and the proceeds to. be divided among daus. afsd.
      Ex.: Father Philip and bros. Francis, Henry and Thomas.
      Test: Benjamin Fendall, Jacob Andrew Minitree, Tobias Coahagon.
      Note: Henry and Francis Lee renounced the execution of this will as they entend to go to England. 22.91
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      Philip Lee, Jr. 21.17 A £337.9.0 £425.14.1 Jan 9 1744
      of Charles County. A second inventory is cited in the amount of £50.18.0.
      Received from: John Howard, Thomas Conner, Nicholas Philips, William Gody, Tobias Cohagen, Richard Coe, Nathaniel Morell, Ralph Faulkner, Jacob Latiner, Richard Masden, James Waters, Sharp Bolthorp, James Watson, James Doughlass, John Martin.
      Payments to: James Russell (merchant), Francis Lee, Thomas Howard, Anne Eburnethy, Randolph Brandtr James Rusell, John Phillpott, John Howard, John Lancaster, Walter Hanson, Mr. John Wilson, Thomas Conner, Thomas Haile paid to William Clary, John Wilson, Philip Lee, Esq. (dead, other executor), Robert Gilpin (merchant in Whitehaven) per Thomas Troughear paid to Cornelius Standford, Robert Wilson, John Muschett, S. Hanson, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Philip Lee, Esq. (dead, other executor) per Benjamin Fendall & John Adams (now dead), John Buchanan (merchant in London) per James Russell, Capt. John Wall paid to Henry Massey, Samuel Johnson, James Scott, Philip Lee, Esq. (dead, executor) per John Buchanan.
      Executor (surviving): Thomas Lee (of Prince George's County).

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      1743-1746 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber BB 1, [TLC Genealogy]; Page 454. Know that I, William Mills Magruder of PG, Gent, for 6000 lbs of merchantable leaf tobacco, sell to Colo. Thomas Lee of PG, 1 Negro boy named Bristoe, and 1 Negro wench named Sarah, and-her-daughter,-a-Negro-wrench-named Luey. If, however, I pay sd Colo Thomas Lee the afd sum in 6 casks at a convenient landing on Potomack River, with interest, by next Jun 10, then the afd deed shall be void. If one or more of the Negroes dies or becomes worthless or insufficient before the full payment be made of the afd consideration and interest, then sd grantor hereby binds himself to make good as much as shall be wanting in value of the consideration & interest afd. Signed - Wm. Mills Magruder. Wit - Thos. Clark, Richard Keene*. Recorded Sep 8, 1746.
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      1739-1743 Prince George’s County, Maryland Land Records Liber Y, [Elise Greenup Jourdan]; Page 294. Bond. Mar 26, 1741. We, Thomas Lee of PG, Gent, and Thomas Marshall and Henry Watson of PG, Gent, give bond of 200 £, to the Lord Proprietary to warrant that sd Thomas Lee, while he is the Clerk of PG, at his own expense, supplies good record books and carefully preserves existing records. Signed - Thos Lee, Thos Marshall, Heny Watson. Wit - B. (Benjamin) Young, H. (Henry) Darnall, Lingan Wilson (Deputy Clerk). Recorded Jun 10, 1741.
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      Samuel Hanson 19.240 A CH £1049.1.5 £102.17.1 Sep 2 1742
      Sureties: Robert Hanson, Benjamin Douglass, Sr.
      Received from: Thomas Troughear, James MacCaul, James Scott, Walter Hanson, Martha Yoakley, Henry Williams, John Beal, Sr., Thomas Lee, Rev. Chapman, Thomas Wheeter, Anne Ebernethy, Sam Adams, John Chandler, Cassandra Mudd, Richard Slator, Edward Boswell.
      Payments to: Walter Hanson, Edmond Jennings, Dr. Brown, Anne Ebernethy, Samuel Hanson, Jr., Daniel Dulany, Esq.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Elisabeth Hanson.
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      Dr. Patrick Sim 20.189 A PG £1692.6.7 £1434.1.0 May 10 1744
      Received from: John Skinner, Robert Bradley, Leonard Hollyday, James Hall, Thomas Gaunt, Sr., William Digges, Jane Contee, John Martin, Edward Claggett, Anne Brooke, John Bowie, Jr., widow of Clement Brooke, William Smith, Charles Digges, James Bowie, John Smith, Thomas Crompton, Leonard Covington, John Lawson, Henry Hill, Francis Crandall, Osburn Sprigg, Clement Hill, Sr., John Hepburn, Mr. William Black, Mr. William Torver, Richard Moleanux, John Darnal, Thomas Hodgkin, John Bowie, Sr., Capt. Shakespear, Thomas Brooke, Madam Sprigg, Thomas Denwood, widow Offutt, William Mordock, William Brogden, Thomas Cleland, Ceesar Grice, widow Tasker, William Young, Richard White, John Bourne, Jr., Nathaniel Selby, Basil Waring, Leonard Hollyday, Hooper Green, John Blanford, Henry Watson, Mary Townley, Anne Russell, Gabriel Swain, the County, Charles Hodge, Capt. Belt, Randolph Johnson, Mackell Skinner, Solomon Docura, Thomas Warring, Richard Keene, Richard Beans, James Kelly, David Craford, John Levitt, Capt. James, Leonard Decan, Mr, Dick, William Tinch, Jr., John Becket, Charles Beall, Robert Perrie, Edward Sprigg, James Pummer, William Beall, widow Williams, Mark Webb, John Boone, Sr., Mr. Hardin, Mr. Jameston, Alexander Beall, Henry Wharton, Maurice Morris, Richard Beanes, John Sprigg, John Bowrey, Lingan Wilson, John Perrie, Leonard Dea, John Orm, Thomas Sprigg, Madam Sprigg, William Reed, John Griffwell, Thomas Ragan, John Brightwell, Pau Rawlings, Henry Lee, Thomas Charter, widow Maconchie, James Harvie, Thomas Comes, Samuel Harvey, Mrs. Boswell, Mr. Robert Mitchell, Benjamin Walorsporo, William Mills Magruder, Mrs. Duval, Thomas Blanford, Samuel Harris, Mark Webb, Nat. Smith, widow Parker, William Hardie, Samuel Warring, Philip Lee, Esq., Robert Mills, Thomas Selby, John Johnston, John Peirce, widow Clagget, Witham Buston, Henry Buttler, James Thomas, Daniel Carroll, Samuell Busey, Thomas Austin, James Yong, Mr. Bolton, Mark Marshall, Allan Bowie, Philip Briscoe, Richard Jarvin, Peter Smith, Benjamin Walmsford, Arnold Livers, Francis King, Addison Sheaperd, Al. Bussel, Aaron Roberts, Marry Ragget, John Lange, Benjamin Craycroft, Madam Addison, Edward Digges, Peter Courcill, Francis Herbert, Jame Swann, George Gordon, John Smith Prather, Ingnatius & Nicholas Digges, William Jones, Thomas Hamilton, John Craycroft, Clem Craycroft, John Hawkins, William Nicholus, William Groome, John Hepburne, Samuel Warring, John Johnson, Jame Dair, Samuel Taylor.
      Payments to: Clement Smith who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion), Thomas Lee who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion).
      Administratrix: Mary Sim.
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      Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 316.
      Jun 11, 1745 from David Craufurd of PG, Gent, to Thomas Lee of PG, Gent, for 10 £, all that parcel of land lying in Upper Marlborough Town in PG, bounded by a post near the main road at the west corner of a lot formerly belonging to John Henry and John Lewis, containing about 34 acres. Signed - Dav: Craufurd. Wit - John Hepburn*, James Gibson. Mary, wife of the sd David Craufurd, relinquished her right of dower to the within mentioned land. Recorded Jun 12, 1745.
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      Prince George's Land Records Book BB#1 - Page 284.
      Apr 4, 1745 from William Potts of Dorchester County, Merchant, to Benjamin Fendall of Charles County, Merchant, for 498 £8 shillings and 3 pence, a tract of land in PG, now in the tenure and occupation of Barbara Brooke, widow and relict of Thomas Brooke, late of PG, Esq, decd (excepting and reserving the right of sd Barbara Brooke to the sd tract for her natural life and excepting and reserving unto Negro Jenny, the use and occupation of that part of the afd which she has for some time past cultivated and remains now in possession, and excepting and saving 1/2 acre contiguous to and including the burial place and graveyard or that part of the lands afd called Brookefield) being part of Brookfield, part of Brooke Chance, and part of Addition to Brookefield, bounded by a stone marked TB, the proper land mark of Brookefield where formerly stood the original beginning tree of sd land, bounded by a branch of Mattopany Cr called Howard's branch, the land of John Howard late decd, the SW corner of Matthew Wise's land, Long Bridge Branch, the mouth of a small branch called Jenny's Branch, the land of Walter Brooke deed to the head of a small branch called the Cool Spring Branch, then down the sd branch to the main branch of Mattapany Cr, containing about 806 acres. Also, all that tract of land called Howards Park, lying in Page (lately conveyed by John Howard of Charles County, Gent, to the afd William Potts), bounded by the west side of a small branch that runs into Brookes Cr and joining upon the land called the Vineyard, containing about 125 acres. Signed-Willm Potts. Wit-James Russell, Tho Lee, John Hepburn*. Recorded Apr 4, 1745.

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