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

Sarah Doyne

Female Abt 1675 - 1711  (~ 36 years)


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  • Name Sarah Doyne  [1
    Born Abt 1675  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 23 Apr 1711  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I011618  Tree1
    Last Modified 27 Feb 2021 

    Father Robert Doyne,   b. Bef 1647, County Wexford, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Jul 1689, "Carrick Fergus", Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years) 
    Mother Mary Stone,   b. 1642, St Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1686, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years) 
    Married Bef 10 Mar 1674/75  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F01392  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family William Hutchison,   b. Bef 1667, Sanqubar, Ayreshire, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Apr 1711, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 44 years) 
    Married Abt 1689  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Hutchison,   b. 1696, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1735, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 39 years)
     2. Anne Hutchison,   b. 1698, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Dec 1762, Calvert County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
     3. William Hutchison,   b. Bef 1699, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Dec 1731, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 32 years)
     4. Mary Hutchison,   b. 1700, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1755, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 56 years)
     5. Elizabeth Hutchison,   b. Between 1702 and 1711, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1750, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 49 years)
     6. George Hutchison,   b. Bef 1709, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1711, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 4 years)
    Last Modified 27 Feb 2021 
    Family ID F02505  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 15
      COURT OF 9 SEP 1690
      Memo of the will of Robert Doyne taken by Richard Boughton and intended to be drawn into a will; 20 Jul 1689;
      To wife Anne Doyne, extx., lifetime interest in plantation where I now live;
      to son Wharton Doyne the land at Goose Creek when he comes of age;
      wife to have timber from gate to Craxston's Quarter;
      to dau. Sarah Doyne, Saturday's Works of 600 acres at Piscataway;
      to daus. Verlinda and Elinor, 600 acres apiece of land last surveyed by Mr. Hutchinson;
      to son William Doyne, 1,000 acres of land in Baltimore Co. called Constant Friendship and 14,000 or 16,000 acres of land in Somerset Co.;
      to dau. Mary Doyne land at Zachia, two tracts called Lyons Denn and Fendall's Delight; if there be unborn child..-to have Carry [Carrick] Fergus at head of Broad Creeke joining Sarah;
      estate to be in custody of extx. until children come of age;
      24 Jul the following made oath regarding above: Richard Boughton; Honoria Boughton; Joshua Doyne, Gent.; brother of dec'd; Madam Anne Burford; Samuell Haworth, Jane Burford
      ===
      Hutchison, Sarah, Prince George's County, 16th Apr., 1711; 23rd Apr., 1711.
      To son George Hutchison, all lands devised by late husband, William Hutchison and those descended from father
      also to sd. son, such portion of dower rights as will be equal to that left by sd. husband to my other child. in MD.
      Exs.: Those named by husband in his will.
      Test: Nicholas Dawson, Thos. Edelen,, Jno. Fraser. 13. 320.
      ===
      Hutchison, William, Prince George's County, 13th Dec., 1708; 23rd Apr., 1711.
      To son John and hrs all land, "Sangwhaire" in the shire of Ayr., in north Britton, descended to testator by will of his father, Mr. John Hutchison. sd. son to have no interest in lands in Maryland unless child. hereafter named should die.
      To: dau. Anne and hrs
      700 A., "Piscataway Forrest 800 A., "Sangwhaire,,"' 220 A., part of Jessmund bought of Mark Lampton, 50 A., part of "'Friendship," that part of "Hazard" -from main road to "Piscataway Creek," 35 A., "Little Worth" and 400 A., part of 800 A., held in partnership with Thos. Addison.
      To: dau. Mary and hrs., 2/2 760 A., "'White Haven," held in partnership with Thos. Addison afsd., also testator's portion of 160 A., "'Carlyle," 1/2 850 A., "Friendship," held in partnership with sd. Addison, 150 A., "The Vineyard,"
      2/3 of "'Saturday Work,"' "Speedwell" adjoining thereto on Hinfern Branch, also 180 A., "Carrick-fergus" and testator's half of 32 A., "Want Water."
      To: son William and hrs, 550 A., "Rottendam", 660 A., " The Indian Town" on Nangemy Creek, also testator's part of "Wheeler's Purchase," bought of John Middleton and Hillary Ball, and "Joint Interest"' on Pomunky Creek.
      To: dau. Elizabeth and hrs., all land in Pomunky Neck, viz., 76 A., "'Wheeler's Adventure,," 250 A., "'The Chance," 460 A., "Carrick," 420 A., "Hickory Hills,"
      220 A.,"The Hogg Penn,-" 160 A., joining "Hickory Hills" afsd. and land of Joshua Marshall, also -1/2 ",'Friendship,' held in partnership with John Brook at Mattawoman.
      Should 3 daus. afsd.., or anyone of them, die without issue, son William to inherit portion of deceased, and sd. son dying without issue, his share to pass in turn to sd. daus. and hrs.
      To: Col. Thos. Addison, Jno. Stoddart, John Batie, Richard Edgar, William Tanyhill and Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, personalty.
      To brother George Hutchison, gift of personalty which is to be sent home to him.
      To wife Sarah,, all lands not disposed of., and those obtained by marriage with her; also, residue of personal estate, jointly, with daus. and son William afsd, Child. to remain with wife during their minority; if she die., to be placed with Protestants.
      Ext.: James Stoddart and John Battie.
      Test: Thos. Noble., Francis Wheeler, Robt. Clyde. 13. 317.
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 8 December 1697
      From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON of P. G. County, and his wife SARAH.
      To: FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK JR. of Charles Co. Price: 8000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: 228 acres being the southwest half of a tract called "Oxmontown" on Piscataway Branch in P. G. County, formerly Charles County, bounding on ROBERT WADE'S land on Piscataway Branch, and on "Dubling."
      Signatures: WILLIAM HUCHISON and SARAH HUCHISON
      Wit.: JOHN SYK (mark), FFRANCIS GOODERWEEK, SENIOR
      Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and SARAH his wife, 8 December 1697.
      Recorded: 7 November 1698, Vol. A, p. 156
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 8 January 1699
      From: WILLIAM HUTCHESON and wife SARAH, and ROB'T MIDDLETON and wife MARY, both of P. G. Co. To: FFRANCIS MARBURY of P. G. Co.
      Price: 20,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the tract called "Apple Hill" in P. G. County, bounding on "Exeter" laid out for JOHN WHEELER on the north side of Piscataway main branch; 522 acres.
      Signatures: WILLIAM HUTCHISON, SARAH HUTCHISON, ROBERT MIDDLTON, MARY MIDDLETON.
      Wit.: RICH'D EDELIN, HICKFORD LEMAN
      Ackn'd: WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH; ROBERT MIDDLETON and wife MARY; 20 January 1699.
      Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, p. 295
      ===
      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 1 May 1701
      From: JOHN ADDISON of P. G. County, and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON of P. G. County, and wife SARAH.
      To: JAMES GREEN of P. G. County, and THOMAS FREDERICK of P. G. Co.
      Price: 15,000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the 600 acre tract "Strife" in P. G. Co. on the north side of Mattawoman Branch, bounding on the main road from Piscataway to Port Tobacco now called the lower road, and on the upper road to Port Tobacco.
      Signatures: JNO. ADDISON, WM. HUTCHISON
      Wit.: WILLIAM TANYHILL, ROBT. WADE
      Ackn'd: JOHN ADDISON, Esq., and wife REBECCA; and WILLIAM HUTCHISON and wife SARAH, 1 May 1701.
      Recorded: 9 July 1701, Vol. A, p. 387
      ===
      CC Circuit Court Liber Z, page 4
      Recorded at request of William Hutchinson:
      9 Jan 1702; Indenture from Samuell Taylor of PGCo. and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus of Robert Doyne, Gent, to William Hutchinson of PGCo., merchant; at the time of his death, Robert owned diverse tracts and parcels of land, in particular 2 tracts; one containing 550 acres granted him by patent 9 June 1676 called "Rotterdam"; the other adjoining same on the lower side called "IndianTowne" of 600 acres conveyed to him on 11 March 1685 by William Whittington, Gent of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset Co MD.; Robert Died intestate and his children were, Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Ellinor, and Mary; estate descended to Wharton as eldest son; William inherited this land at the death of Wharton; William d. intestate and Virlinda who m. Samuel Taylor inherited 1/4 of the land and sold to William Hutchinson for £70 /s/ Samuell Taylor, Virlinda Taylor; Wit Francis Wheeler, George Busse, Henry Pickett; ack. 9 Jan 1702/3 by Samuel and Virlinda Taylor.
      ===
      Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 171
      Recorded at request of Thomas Wheeler:
      29 May 1704; Indenture from William Hutchison, Gent. of Prince George's County, and Sarah his wife, to Mary Wheeler, d/o Francis and Winifred Wheeler; for love of Mary Wheeler; parcel called Mount Pleasant on south side of Piney Branch that runs into Mattawoman Branch; containing 164 acres by certificate dated 18 Jun 1690; /s/ Wm. Hutchison, Sarah Hutchison; wit. James Stoddert, Henry Pickett; 29 May 1704 William Hutchison and Sarah his wife ack. deed before John Hawkins and James Stoddert; 29 Jun 1704 Edward Willett, Deputy. Clk., certified John Hawkins and James Stoddert as justices for Prince George's Co.; Thomas Wheeler recorded deed and paid alienation for 164 acres
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 39; Indenture, no date
      From: Samuel Taylor and Verlinda Taylor of Prince George's County
      To: Mr. William Hutchison and his wife Sarah of Prince George's County
      Satarday's Work of 600 acres formerly in Charles County; for a "certain indenture or bargaine & sale....for halfe of a certaine parcell of land given Verlinda Taylor by the will of her late father Robert Doyne"; bounded by Run of Kiskonken Creek, a tide run, and Zechia Manor Signed: Sam'll Taylor and Verlinda Taylor
      Witnessed: Thos. Greenfeild
      Memorandum: Verlinda Taylor examined 9 Jan 1702/3 by Tho. Greenfeild and John Wight
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 53: Indenture, 24 May 1703
      From: William Hutchison of Prince George's County, Gent.
      To: John Smith, planter of Prince George's County
      For 100£all 654 acres of that parcel of land called Hoop Yard and all the parcel called Houp's Addition containing "the meets and bounds" of both parcels lying in Prince George's County on the north side of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac River; bounded by land of Wallter Thompson, land called Duddington Manner belonging to Mr. Roziar; Royal mines excepted
      Signed: Wm. Hutchison
      Witnessed: R. Bradly and James Stoddart
      Memorandum: 24 May 1703 endorsement on back of deed of Sarah Hutchison, wife of William; examined by R. Bradly and James Stoddart
      Alienation: 29 May 1703 John Smith paid the sum of 1£/6s

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      EFSM III page 323 Corrections and Additions

      In Volume I, p. 161 and Volume I, Revised, p. 155, the fate of the first three children of Robert Doyne was omitted. The following land record in Charles County shows these children were deceased by 1714:
      8 Mar 1714; Indenture from Nicholas Dorson [Dawson] of Prince George's County, planter, and Mary his wife, one of the daughters of Robert Doyne, Gent., decd, to James Stoddert of Prince George's Co.; Robert Doyne, at the time of his decease, was seized of diverse tracts of land particularly a parcel on Nanjemy Creek called Rotterdam of 550 acres patented 9 Jun 1676; adjoining tract called Indian Town conveyed by William Whittington then of Accomack County, Virginia, now of Somerset County, Maryland, dated 11 Mar 1685; Robert Doyne died intestate and his 6 children were Wharton Doyne, William Doyne, Sarah, Virlinda, Elinor and Mary Doyne; from Wharton Doyne eldest son and heir, who died in infancy (that is to say not yet 21), to his brother William Doyne, who also died in infancy; Elinor d. 1705; Mary, wife of Nicholas Dawson, inherited 1/3 of the lands; this indenture for 2,500# tobacco; Rotterdam of 550 acres and Nanjemy Indian Town of 600 acres; /s/ Nicho. Dawson, Mary Dawson; wit. The. Addison, F. Wheeler; ack. by Nicholas and Mary Dawson (CCLR F#2.59).
      ===
      Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 415
      28 Mar 1721; Recorded at request of John Hutchinson:
      25 Nov 1720; Indenture from John Brown of Prince George's and Verlinda his wife, one of the daus. of Robert Doyne, John Hutchinson, eldest son and heir of William Hutchinson of Prince George's County, dec'd; at the time of his death Robert Doyne was seized of several parcels of Ian one called Lyons Denn and another called Fendalls Delight together containing 450 acres; Doyne died intestate; his children were Wharton, William, Sarah, Virlinda, Minor and Mary Doyne; two tracts eventually descended to Virlinda and her husband John Brown; for £21.6.6 and 3,000# tobacco Hutchinson purchased the above tracts; /s/ Virlinda Brown wit. Geo. Beak, James Stoddert, Jr.; 25 Nov 1720 Hutchinson paid above; 25 Nov 1720 Virlinda Brown ack. Deed
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      Acts of the General Assembly Hitherto Unprinted 1694-1698, 1711-1729
      Liber LL, 5 Acts Acts of 1724, ch. 5
      An Act declareing what Estate Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife, John Abbington and Mary his wife, William Hutcheson, and William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have in the Lands Severally devised to them by William Hutcheson Gentleman dec'd.

      Whereas Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington and Mary his wife William Hutcheson, William Pile and Elizabeth his wife by their humble petition to his Excellency the Governeur and the Upper and lower houses of this Present General Assembly have Set forth that William Hutcheson late of Prince George's County Gentleman decd by his last will and Testament bearing date the thirteenth day of December Anno Dni Seventeen hundred and Eight devised Severall tracts and Parcells of Land to these Petitioners in manner as follows

      I give and devise to my daughter Anne Hutcheson and her heirs for Ever the Land Piscataway fforrest about Seven hundred Acres As Also the Land "Sangwhare" three hundred and ffifty Acres And the Part of "Jesmund" I bought of Mark Hampton about two hundred and twenty Acres And my Part of "friendship" fifty Acres And All that Part of "Hazzard' from the Main Road to Piscataway Creek where the Store House Stands as also thirty five Acres of Land Called "Littleworth" and the Land Called "Strife" lying upon Mattawoman in Partnership with Thomas Addison Estimate Eight hundred Acres the whole my Part four hundred (the which said Anne Hutcheson is Since Intermarried with Gabriel Parker One of the aforesaid Petitioners)

      I give and Devise to my Daughter Mary and her heirs for ever my half of the Land "Whitehaven" about Seven hundred and Sixty acres in partnership with Thomas Addison as Also my half of the Land Called "Carlyle" About One hundred and Sixty Acres as Also my half of the Land Called "Friendship in Partnership" with the said Addison About Eight hundred and ffifty Acres And One Tract Called the "Vineyard" about One hundred and fifty Acres and two thirds of the Land Called 'Saturdays Work' And One Tract Called "Speedwell' adjoyning thereunto both on Henson's branch together with the Land Called "Carick ffergus" About One hundred and Eighty Acres together wth my half of the Mill that Stands thereon And my half of "Want Water" thirty two acres in all (the which Mary is Since Intermarried with John Abbington likewise One of the aforesd Petitioners)

      I give and Devise unto my Son William the Land Called "Rotterdam" and ffive hundred and ffifty acres And the "Indian Town" Six hundred Acres on Nanjemy Creek as Also my Part of "Wheelers purchase" bought of John Middleton and Hillory Ball and the land Joynt Interest Joyning thereon Lying on the South Side of Pamunkie Creek to him and his heirs for ever

      I give and devise to my daughter Elizabeth all the Land in Pamunkie Neck (Viz) "Wheelers Adventure" About Seventy Six Acres "the Chance" about two hundred and ffifty Acres "Carrick" about four hundred and Sixty Acres as Also the "Hiccory Hills" four hundred and twenty one Acres as Also the "Hogg Pen "Joyning thereto about two hundred and twenty Acres And Another Tract on the North End thereof Joyning to the said "Hiccory Hill"s And the Land of Joshua Marshall about One hundred and Sixty Acres. As Also my half of two hundred and twenty Acres Called "Friendship in Partnership" with John Brook on Mattawoman to her and her heirs forever the which Elizabeth is since married with William Pile

      Also one of the Aforesaid Petitioners And further the aforesaid Petitioners haveing Also Set forth in their Petition that in the next Succeeding Paragraph of the afore recited will the Deceased William Hutcheson haveing by his said will Settled upon his Son John All his Estate lying in North Brittain made a Provision to Barr his Said son John from haveing Any Interest in Any of his Aforementioned Lands whilst any of his Children to whom they are Devised were living.
      The Tenour of which Paragraph follows in these words. And my will is that if any of my three Daughters die without lawfull Issue that the lands hereby given them or to my son William if he Die without Issue shall be Equally Divided Among the three Surviving, And if two dye to the Other two living And if three Dye All to the Other And that my Son John have no Interest in Any of my Lands in Maryland Except they all four dye without Issue I mean Such Lands as are herein devised as by the said will Reference being
      thereto had may more fully and at Large Appear And the Petitioners likewise in their Said Petition haveing set forth that they have been Advised that the before recited Paragraph of the deceaseds will may be Understood to Amount to an Entaile upon All the Lands devised as above to the Petitioners which they verily believe was never so Intended by the deceased which they Alledge in their said Petition may be very well gathered from the severall devises themselves to the Petitioners being all to them and their heirs for Ever And not Only so but it being Contrary to the Bent and Inclination of the Deceased's Mind the Intailing of any Lands which he has frequently Expressed in words when in Conversation with his friends And forasmuch as the said Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington and Mary his wife William Hutcheson William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have made their Several Allegations mentioned as aforesaid Sufficiently Appear to this Generall Assembly by Undoubted Testimony And that as the said Petitioners by their Said Petition have Prayed An Act may Pass for their releif in the Premises aforesaid It is humbly Prayed that it may be Enacted and Declared And be it Enacted and Declared by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietor by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordships Governeur and the Upper and lower Houses of Assembly and the Authority of the Same That the said Gabriel Parker and Anne his wife John Abbington & Mary his wife William Hutcheson, William Pile and Elizabeth his wife have and may by Vertue of this Act hold & Enjoy the Same Estate in All those Lands severally devised to them by the said deceased William Hutcheson by the four several recited paragraphs of his will in as full and Ample manner to All Intents and Purposes as they might or Could have done if that before recited paragraph in the said will Barring his son John from haveing any Interest in Any of his Lands in Maryland devised as aforesaid had never been made and Inserted therein Any thing in the said Paragraph that may Seem to the Contrary in Anywise notwithstanding Saving to his Lordship the Lord Proprietor and all Bodies politick and Corporate and all Others not mentioned in this Act their Several and respective Rights.
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  • Sources 
    1. [S044740] Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5. Fourth Edition. Volume Two, Families G-P.

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