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

Joseph Dyson

Male 1730 - 1769  (39 years)


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  1. 1.  Joseph Dyson was born in 1730 in Charles County, Maryland; died on 10 Nov 1769 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate.

    Notes:

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    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769 10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.388
    ===
    Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 415.
    Joseph Dyson's Additional & Final Acct. Oct 30, 1779. The additional account of Henry Clarkson and Dorcas, his wife, Caleb Dyson, and Bennet Dyson, executors of Joseph Dyson, late of CC, decd.
    Debts include: the balance of a former account, passed Jul 7, 1773 with Walter Hanson, Esq, the then Deputy Commissary, amounting to 533 £4 shillings 7 pence; money recd of Peter Walker. Total: 667 £2 shillings 2.75 pence.
    Disbursements went to afd Bennet Dyson; Hugh AuBryde; James Craik; Doctor Joseph Adderton, the executors of Doctor John Carry; Walter Winter, Walter Hanson, Esq; Ann Burch, executrix of Justn Burch; Peter Walker; Daniel Jenifer for stating, passing, and recording this account. The balance to be disposed of according to the decd's will: 582 £2 shillings 8M pence.
    securities: Thomas Creever and James Turner-
    Proved on Oct 30, 1775 by Henry Clarkson and Dorcas, his wife, late Dyson, and Bennet Dyson, executors of Jos" Dyson, late of CC, decd.

    ===
    John Cooksey 65.468 CH £96.18.4 Jun 26 1758 Aug 2 1758
    (also John Coosy)
    Appraisers: Joseph Dyson, Daniel Murphy.
    Creditors: Samuel Hanson, Lamaster Cooksey.
    Next of kin: Ignatius Tennison, Christian Lamaster.
    Executrix: Mary Cooksey.
    ===
    John Baptist Dyson 73.93 CH £542.18.9 Oct 22 1760 Mar 11 1761
    Appraisers: Samuel Amery Peter Wood.
    Creditors: Justinian Cooksey, Jr., James Campbell.
    Next of kin: Joseph Dyson, George Dyson.
    Administratrix: Anne Dyson
    ===
    Joseph Dyson 102.301B CH £499,17.6 Jan 31 1770 Feb 16 1770
    Appraisers: Samuel Amery Sr., Thomas Richard Cooksey.
    Creditors: James Craik, John Craig for John & James Jamieson.
    Next of kin: George Dyson, Anne Busch (burch).
    Executors: Dorcas Dyson, Bennet Dyson.
    ===
    Mercer Swann 65.462 CH £70.10.10 Nov 11 1758 Nov 16 1758
    Appraisers: Matthew Compton, Joseph Dyson.
    Creditors: Andrew Buchanan, Hezekiah Wheeler.
    Next of kin: Elianor Swann Anne Swann.
    Administrators: Edward Swann, Samuel Swann.
    ===
    DYSON, THOMAS, Charles Co. 20 Nov, 1758
    March 24, 1759
    Children: Clements, John Baptist, George, James, Joseph, Mary Maddox, Anne Burch and Elizabeth.
    Grandchildren: Maddox, son of Mary Dyson; Thomas Andrew Dyson.
    Dau.-In-law: Mary Dyson.
    Tractst "Swann Hill," "Nevitt's Desire," "Dyson's Chance."
    Exs: Elizabeth Dyson; Joseph Dyson.
    Wit: John Scott. Zacharias Chunn, Absolom Thorn, 30.700
    ===
    Andrew Chunn 63.92 CH £500.11.1 Feb 18 1757 Mar 4 1757
    Appraisers: Joseph Pile, Mathew Compton.
    Creditors: Jeremiah Jordan for Alexander Lothian, Mary Parnham.
    Next of kin: Zachariah Chunn, Henrietta Chunn.
    Administrator: Joseph Dyson.
    ===
    Andrew Chunn 2.91 D CH £575.9.4 Apr 15 1758
    Sureties: Just. Burch, William Compton, Robert Homes.
    Distribuhon to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
    Administrator: Joseph Dyson.
    ===
    Andrew Chunn 2.113 D CH £477.2.9 Jan 2 1759
    Sureties: Justinian Burch, William Compton, Robert Horner.
    Distribution to: Representatives unknown to this Office.
    Administrator: Joseph Dyson.
    ===
    Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page 15 (16). May 27, 1752 from Thos Dyson of CC, planter, to Joseph Dyson of CC, for 40 £sterling, all that parcel of land called Dysons Chance, lying in CC on the east side Piles fresh, containing about 60 acres. Also part of one other tract of land, contiguous to the afd land, called St John's, bounded by the east side of Piles Fresh, Dysons Chance, containing and now laid out for about 55 acres. To have and to hold, Dysons Chance and part of St John's, after the death of the grantor, Thomas, and his wife, Sarah Dyson. Signed - Thos (T his mark) Dyson. Wit - Jon Winter, Nivison. Sarah Dyson, wife of afd Thomas Dyson, voluntarily acknowledged this deed. Recorded Jun 18, 1752,
    ===
    Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 129. Lease. May 1, 1762 from Joseph. Dyson of CC, planter, to Thomas Dyson of CC, planter, for the yearly rent of 10 shillings, for the term of 4 years starting next Dec 25, part of a tract of land called Swan Hill, lying in CC, containing & now laid out for about 100 acres. Sd Thomas Dyson shall not commit waste on the land, nor cut and destroy any of the woods & timber or fen[c]ing on the land more than what is necessary for the use of the plantation afd, but to keep all the houses and fencing in good repair. Signed - Joseph Dyson. Wit - Peter. Dent, Samuel Turner Jr, Recorded May 8, 1762.
    ===
    Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 283. Apr 16, 1753 from Clement Dyson of Onsoloe (Onslow] County, North Carolina, carpenter, to Joseph Dyson of CC, planter, for 20 £and for other good causes, one half or moiety of a tract of land in CC called Swan Hill, lying in the woods, containing about 100 acres. Signed - Clement Dyson. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*. Recorded May 1_, 1763.
    ===
    Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 285. Apr 16, 1763 from Clement Dyson of [Onslow] County, North Carolina, carpenter, to Joseph Dyson of CC, planter, for 10 £, a parcel of land called Dysons Chance in [CC] on the east side of Piles Fresh, containing about 60 acres. Also, part of another tract of land, contiguous to the afd land, called St. Johns, containing and now laid out for about 55 acres. Signed - Clement Dyson. Wit - Jno Winter*, Robt Horner*, Recorded May , 1763.

    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-12: SWAN HILL: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Norris, Henry: 100 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 2 May 1665 for Edward Swan in the woods adjoining to the land of John Compton called BOSWELL {mm note: spelling is BOSWELL}: Other Tracts Mentioned: BOSWELL Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - John Wilson from Henry Norris; 28 Oct 1712,100 Acres - John Dyson from Thomas Swann; 15 Mar 1738, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, ,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 363-6: DYSONS CHANCE: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 24 July 1694 for Thomas Dyson beginning at a bound White Oak on the East side of the main swamp and goes into Piles Fresh: Other notes - Entered Folio 374 (St. Benedict Hundred), ,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 363-7: ST. JOHNS: 115 acres; Possession of - 57-1/2 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: 57-1/2 Acres - Murphy, Daniel: : Surveyed 21 July 1694 for John Tennison and John Dyson at a bound Red Oak standing on the East Piles swamp: Other notes - Entered Folio 374 (St. Benedict Hundred), ,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-13: ST. JOHNS: 115 acres; Possession of - 57-1/2 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: 57-1/2 Acres - Murphy, Daniel: : : Surveyed 21July 1694 for John Tennison & Thomas Dyson at a bound Red Oak standing on the East side of Piles Swamp. See folio 363: Other Tracts Mentioned: DEMENTS ENLARGEMENT; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 363-7: ST. JOHNS: 115 acres; Possession of - 57-1/2 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: 57-1/2 Acres - Murphy, Daniel: : : : : : Surveyed 21 July 1694 for John Tennison and John Dyson at a bound Red Oak standing on the East Piles swamp: Other Tracts Mentioned: ; ; ; Conveyance notes - Entered Folio 374 (St. Benedict Hundred),
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-13: ST. JOHNS: 115 acres; Possession of - 57-1/2 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: 57-1/2 Acres - Murphy, Daniel: : : : : : Surveyed 21July 1694 for John Tennison & Thomas Dyson at a bound Red Oak standing on the East side of Piles Swamp. See folio 363: Other Tracts Mentioned: DEMENTS ENLARGEMENT; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, ,, , , ,

    Joseph married Elizabeth Chunn on 17 Apr 1752 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. Elizabeth (daughter of John Chunn and Mary Vowles) was born about 1736 in William & Mary Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died about 1762 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 2. Winifred Dyson  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 23 Feb 1753 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.
    2. 3. Thomas Andrew Dyson  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 28 Oct 1754 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died on 30 Jul 1806 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory.
    3. 4. Aquilla Dyson  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 21 Feb 1757 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1780 in Virginia.

    Joseph married Dorcas Turner in 1763 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland. Dorcas (daughter of Samuel Turner and Verlinda McPherson) was born on 21 Apr 1741 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died in 1778 in Stafford County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 5. Mary Dyson  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 28 Jul 1763 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died on 9 Nov 1845 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
    2. 6. Samuel Turner Dyson  Descendancy chart to this point was born on 29 Jul 1766 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1794 in Charles County, Maryland.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Winifred Dyson Descendancy chart to this point (1.Joseph1) was born on 23 Feb 1753 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    ===
    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769
    10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.38


  2. 3.  Thomas Andrew Dyson Descendancy chart to this point (1.Joseph1) was born on 28 Oct 1754 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died on 30 Jul 1806 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory.

    Notes:

    ===
    Dyson Thomas Andrew 313 Inventory 1802-1808 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39593-2 MSA CM386-13
    July 30, 1806 - John Robertson, Andrew Greer appraisers
    Judith C. Dyson Administratrix recorded August 11, 1806

    Dyson Thomas Andrew 298 1st A/C 1812-1815 Charles County MD Inventories & Accounts Cr39594-2 MSA CM386-15
    October term 1814
    July 15, 1814; then came Judith Chase Dyson administrators of Col. Thomas Andrew Dyson late of Charles County deceased and made oath that the account as it stands stated is just and true and that she had actually and bona fide paid or secured to be paid the particular sums for which she claims an allowance which thereupon after due examination is passed
    test; Humphrey Barnes register of wills
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1808-1810; Liber IB-8 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 284 (dup).
    At the request of Theophilus Hargraves the following Deed was recorded May 24, 1809
    Indenture made April 8, 1809; George Washington Dent and Ann Dent his wife of Columbia County, Georgia, in consideration of $4000 paid by Theophilus Hargraves of CC have sold 1/3rd part right title and interest to tract "Indian Town" on the east side of Nanjemoy Creek and descended from George Hutchison jointly to his three daughters, co-heiresses and only legal representatives; viz, Mary Hutchison since intermarried with William Dent Harrison, Jane Fowke Hutchison intermarried with Theophilus Hargraves and Ann Hutchinson intermarried with George Washington Dent. Signed George W. Dent, Ann Dent in the presence of and acknowledged before David W. Crawford, John Briscoe Jr.
    Columbia County, Georgia Sct; April 7, 1809; Ann Dent wife of George Washington Dent relinquished her right of dower before John Briscoe Jr. and recorded by Peter Crawford, Clerk, Columbia County Court on April 10, 1809 in Book O page 247. Certified by John Appling, presiding justice of the inferior court of Columbia County
    ===
    DYSON, THOMAS, Charles Co. 20 Nov 1758; 24 Have 1759
    Children: Clements, John Baptist, George, James, Joseph, Mary Maddox, Anne Burch and Elizabeth.
    Grandchildren: Maddox, son of Mary Dyson; Thomas Andrew Dyson.
    Dau.-In-law: Mary Dyson.
    Tractst "Swann Hill," "Nevitt's Desire," "Dyson's Chance."
    Exs: Elizabeth Dyson; Joseph Dyson.
    Wit: John Scott. Zacharias Chunn, Absolom Thorn, 30.700
    ===
    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769;10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.38
    ===
    Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
    Charles County, Maryland; N #4.11-12

    At the request of Michael Jenifer Stone Esquire Chief Justice of Charles County Court the following Bond was Recorded this 29th day of December Anno Domini 1792 Maryland Sct: Know all men by these presents that we James Simms William McConchie Senior John Muschett Thomas Andrew Dyson and William Farr all of Charles County in the State of Maryland are held and firmly bound unto the State of Maryland in the full and Just quantity of Two hundred Thousand pounds of good sound merchantable leaf Tobacco in Casks To be paid to the said State To the Which Payment well and Truly to be made and done we bind ourselves and every of us our and each of our Heirs Executors and Administrators Jointly and severally in and for the whole firmly by these presents Sealed with our seals and dated this third day of December one Thousand seven hundred and Ninety two
    The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound James Simms do and shall well and truly serve the State of Maryland in the office of High Sheriff in the County of Charles within the State aforesaid and in all things execute the duties of the said Office and shall also render unto the said State and other Officers of the said State a true faithfull and perfect account of all and singular the said States rights and dues and to the Officers of the said state a true and just Account of their fees that he shall or maybe entrusted with by the said States Governor and other his Officers within the said State to receive and collect and his account to the said State and the Governor for the time being for the fines and forfeitures and other dues belonging to the said States Governor as also his account of all fees dues or sums of money or Tobacco due to any of the Good people within the said State for any sum or sums of money or Tobacco wherewith the said Sheriff shall be entrusted with during the time of his Sheriffathy for the present year or to such of them as shall require the same shall pay and render by the fifteenth day of September next ensuing the date hereof and in all other things as Sheriff of the County of Charles shall behave himsel well and honestly to all present According to the best of his power Skill and Knowledge then this Obligation to be void else to be and remain in full force power and virtue in Law
    James Simms seal
    Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us Wm McConchie seal
    James Freeman, Robert Turner John Muschett seal
    Thos A Dyson seal
    William Farr seal
    On the back of the aforegoing Bond was thus written to wit:
    The Sureties in the within Bond are approved by M.J.Stone
    ===
    Charles County, Maryland, Inventories,1791-1797; Page 187. George Hutchison (Hutcheson) - Inventory. Late of CC, decd. Oct 26, 1793,
    Negro men: Peter (age 58 years), Joe (55), Clem (42), Cyrus (37, infirm), Jim Kelly (26) , Bob (27) , Dick (39) , Basil (16). Ne£gro lads: Tom (14), George (11), Harry (10), Allen (9) . Negro children: Willis (5) , Lewis (4), Madison (2) .
    Negro wenches: Winny (48, infirm), Dinah (42), Bridget (43, infirm), Henrietta (27) , Jenny (30) . Negro girls: Debra (7), Daphne (6) . Negro boy Jim (2 months).
    Washington's Portrait, Miltons Paradise Regained. Total amount: 1035.8,0.
    Signed - Rich'd R. Reeder, Zach'h McDonald.
    CC, Dec 16, 1793. Then came Thomas Andrew Dyson, Administrator De Bonis Non of George Hutchison, late of CC, decd, & made oath.
    Certified by John Muschett, Registrar of Wills.
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 369.
    Allen Stewart, June 28, 1796; December 2, 1796
    I, Allen Stewart of CC being in perfect health of body and of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding
    To mother Sarah Stewart, the whole of my property during her life and after my death, my own sister Mary Stewart to have one half and the other one half to my half-sisters Susannah Stewart, Eleanor Simms and Catharine Simms.
    Executor: mother Sarah Stewart
    Signed: June 28, 1796 Allen Stuart
    Wit: Thomas A{ndrew}. Dyson, Augustus Bealle, Thomas A{ndrew} Davis
    ===
    Charles County Maryland Will Book HBBH-13, 1808-1817; {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 98.
    Peter Wood, Will, July 3, 1810; January 1, 1811
    I, Peter Wood of CC, being weak of body, but of sound and perfect mind,
    To daughter Elizabeth Crain, wife of Mr. Robert Crain, all those tracts purchased of Thomas Andrew Dyson called "Dysons Progress", Dysons Choice", and "Swann Hills"
    To granddaughter Elizabeth Ashby, 300 acres of land lying in Fauquier County which I purchased of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth his wife.
    To son John Thomas Mudd [sic Wood], my dwelling plantation and the lands consisting of several tracts, part of "Redding", "Gravelly Walk", and "Addition of Gravelly Walk"' and one other tract of land lying in Prince George's Couinty called "Doves Nest", which is adjacent to the above tracts in Charles County. Also to son John Thomas Wood, negroes, Sam and his wife Joane, and Sam and Isaac sons of Sam and Joane. Also the rest and residue of my estate after the payment of my debts.
    To grandson, Thomas Wood, son of Peter, 300 pounds current money of Maryland, at age 21 yrs.
    Executor: son John Thomas Wood
    Signed: July 3, 1810 Peter Wood
    Wit: Rinaldo Johnson, Clement Hollyday, Benjamin Waring
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 71_ May 28, 1784 from Thomas Andrew Dyson of CC, Merchant, to Peter Wood of CC, for 30,000 lbs of crop tobacco, three tracts of land in CC, being a tract of land called Dysons Progress, bounded by Dysons Chance, containing and laid out for 89 acres; one other tract called Dyson's Chance, on the east side of Piles Fresh, containing about 60 acres; also part of one other tract of land called Swann Hill, bounded by a great Plain, containing about 100 acres.
    Signed - Thos A. Dyson. Wit - a. Parnham, Bent Dyson (cr Jps), Recorded Jun 23, 1784,
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 573. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Henry Lyon. I, Thomas A. Dyson of CC, for 100 £ sell to Henry Lyon of CC, 1 Negro man named Benjamin, & 1 other Negro man named Luke. Signed Sep 8, 1789 - Thos. A Dyson. Wit - John
    Barnes Jr, Danl Jenifer*. Recorded Sep 8, 1789,
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 533. We, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Richard Mason, Burford Cottrell, Chandler Ford, Robert Craine, and Hugh Cox, all of CC, are bound to the State of Maryland in the just sum of 2000 £ this Jul 22, 1789, to warrant that sd Thomas Andrew Dyson will faithfully perform the several duties required of him as Collector of the fund Tx for the present year. Signed - Thomas A. Dyson, Richd Mason, Burford Cottrell, Chandler Ford, Robert Craine, Hugh Cox. Wit - G.B. Causeen, Henry Barnes. [No recording date given].
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 358. We, James Semmes, John Muschett, Francis Edelen, Thomas Andrew Dyson, Samuel McPherson, and Henry Cooksey, all of CC, bind ourselves to the state of Maryland in the sum of 200,000 lbs of tobacco, this Nov 7, 1791 to warrant that sd Semmes will truly serve the stale of Maryland as High Sheriff in CC. Signed - James Simms, John Muschett, Francis Edelin, Thos A Dyson, Sam McPherson, Henry Cooksey. Ordered by Michael Jenifer Stone, Esq, Chief Justice of CC, that the following bond be recorded Lno date stated].
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 364. Bond, recorded at the order of the Justices of CC. We, Thomas Andrew Dyson, John Campbell, William Courts, John Bruce, Bennett Dyson, & Jonathan Burch of CC, are bound to the state of Maryland in the sum of 200,000 lbs of good, sound, merchantable tobacco in casks, dated this Oct 23, 1788, to warrant that sd Thomas Andrew Dyson will well and truly serve this State in the office of High Sheriff in CC, and in all things execute the duties of sd office. Signed - Thomas A_ Dyson, John Campbell, Will: Courts, John Bruce, Ben Dyson, Jonathan Burch. Wit - BFendall, Wm D. Briscoe. Recorded Nov 17, 1788.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 539. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of Thomas Andrew Dyson, I, Jonathan Burch of CC, for 40 £8 shillings & 6 pence, sell to Thomas A. Dyson of CC, 1 Negro boy, Abe, about age 14, 1 Negro girl named Charity, about age 13, and 1 bay mare named Nancy Bywell. igned Aug 1, 1789 - Jonathan Burch. Wit - Saml T. Dyson, Ben Dyson*, Wm D. Briscoe*. Recorded Aug 6, 1789.
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 310. Bill of sale. 1, Samuel Turner Dyson of CC, for 500 £ have sold to Thomas Andrew Dyson of CC, Negroes Charles and Poll, now living in CC. Also, Negro Celia and all her children, now living with John Barbau {mm: Barber?} in Fauquier County, VA, Signed Sep 20, 1794 - Saml T. Dyson. Wit - Jno B. Turner, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Oct 9, 1794.
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 363-6: DYSONS CHANCE: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 24 July 1694 for Thomas Dyson beginning at a bound White Oak on the East side of the main swamp and goes into Piles Fresh: Conveyance notes - Entered Folio 374 (St. Benedict Hundred),
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-11: DYSONS CHANCE: 60 acres; Possession of - 60 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 24 July 1694 for Thomas Dyson beginning at a bound White Oak on the East side of the main swamp and goes into Piles Fresh. See folio 363: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 115 Acres - Joseph Dyson from Thomas Dyson; 27 May 1752 ,
    ===
    1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 374-12: SWAN HILL: 200 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Norris, Henry: 100 Acres - Dyson, Thomas: Surveyed 2 May 1665 for Edward Swan in the woods adjoining to the land of John Compton called BOSWELL {mm note: spelling is BOSWELL}: Other Tracts Mentioned: BOSWELL; ; ; Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 100 Acres - John Wilson from Henry Norris; 28 Oct 1712,100 Acres - John Dyson from Thomas Swann; 15 Mar 1738, Thomas Dyson Jr. from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742., George Dyson from Thomas Dyson Sr., 9 March 1742, ,

    Thomas married Judith Chase Dowie before 16 Dec 1793 in Charles County, Maryland. Judith (daughter of William (Rector) Dowie and Mary Dent) was born before 1755 in Durham Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1814 in Charles County, Maryland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  3. 4.  Aquilla Dyson Descendancy chart to this point (1.Joseph1) was born on 21 Feb 1757 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1780 in Virginia.

    Notes:

    ===
    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769
    10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.38
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    Charles County Land Records 1775-1782; Liber V#3; Page 455. Bill of Sale. I, Aquila Dyson of Virginia, in consideration of a Negro boy and 1200 lbs of crop tobacco, I have released to Philip Briscoe of Maryland, a Negro woman named Jane, and her increase, and a Negro child, Clare. Signed Mar 27, 1780 - Aquila Dyson. Wit - Mary McPherson. Recorded May 15, 1780


  4. 5.  Mary Dyson Descendancy chart to this point (1.Joseph1) was born on 28 Jul 1763 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died on 9 Nov 1845 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

    Notes:

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    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769; 10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pt. of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.38

    Mary married John Barbee on 24 Jun 1782 in Fauquier County, Virginia. John (son of Andrew Barbee and Jane Dulany) was born before 1762 in Fauquier County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. 7. Turner Barbee  Descendancy chart to this point was born before 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

  5. 6.  Samuel Turner Dyson Descendancy chart to this point (1.Joseph1) was born on 29 Jul 1766 in Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland; died after 1794 in Charles County, Maryland.

    Notes:

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    DYSON, JOSEPH, Charles Co. 1 Jan, 1769 10 NOV, 1769
    Wife: Dorcas Dyson, 1/3 pte of estate.
    Dau. Winefred Dyson.
    To son Thomas Andrew Dyson, lands that I possess to him; If he shd. decease without male issue, lands to be divided between sons Aquilla Dyson and Samuel Turner Dyson; one cow marked In the proper mark of Mary Turner, widow of Samuel Turner, these I give him In lieu of 2 heifers his grandfather Dyson left him.
    To son Aquilla Dyson, 1 slave, but in case the hrs. of John Chunn shd. recover sd. slave from son Aquilla Dyson or his guardian, then Aquilla to be made equal, which with my 3 children: Winefred, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson, out of their 3 different parts; but in case the hrs, of John Chunn shd. not recover sd. slave from Aquilla. or his guardian, to dau. Mary Dyson a slave. Mentioned 4 children: Winefred, Aquilla, Mary and Samuel Turner Dyson.
    I will that sons Thomas Andrew Dyson and Aquilla, be put under nephew Bennett Dyson, and he to be their guardian until 21,
    Exs: Wife Dorcas Dyson, and nephew Bennett Dyson.
    Wit: James Craik, Those Reeves, Sam Turner. 37.388
    ===
    Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 310. Bill of sale. 1, Samuel Turner Dyson of CC, for 500 £ have sold to Thomas Andrew Dyson of CC, Negroes Charles and Poll, now living in CC. Also, Negro Celia and all her children, now living with John Barbau {mm: Barber?} in Fauquier County, VA, Signed Sep 20, 1794 - Saml T. Dyson. Wit - Jno B. Turner, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Oct 9, 1794.



Generation: 3

  1. 7.  Turner Barbee Descendancy chart to this point (5.Mary2, 1.Joseph1) was born before 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

    Turner married Edney Foley on 7 Aug 1806 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Edney (daughter of Thomas Foley and Mary Barbee) was born before 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]