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

Mary Carroll

Female 1732 - 1825  (93 years)


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  • Name Mary Carroll 
    Born 1732  Rock Creek Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 1825  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I019826  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Jun 2018 

    Father Daniel [Duddington] Carroll,   b. 3 Oct 1707, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 May 1734, Duddington Mannor, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 26 years) 
    Mother Anne Rozer,   b. 1710, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Oct 1764, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 54 years) 
    Married 1728  Baltimore, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F09385  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ignatius Digges,   b. 1707, "Mellwood Parke", Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Aug 1785, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married Abt 1748  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 Jun 2018 
    Family ID F06007  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • YOUNG, ANN, Prince George's Co. 6 Jun, 1764; 9 Oct. 1764
      Children: Mary Diggs, Eleanor, Charles and Notly Young,
      Grandchildren: Daniel and Mary Carroll.
      Son-in-law: Ignatius Diggs, husband of Mary Diggs.
      Ex: Son Notly Young.
      Wit: Elizabeth Cooksley, Basil Waring. 33.205
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      Provincial Court Land Records, 1756-1759
      Volume 702, Page 54

      This Indenture made the seventh Day of May
      in the year of our Lord One Thousand seven hundred and Fifty
      Seven Between Charles Carroll Esq.r of the City of Annapolis
      in the Province of Maryland of the one part and John
      Crafford of Frederick County in the Said Province afs.d
      of the other part Witnesseth that Whereas Daniel
      Carroll Late of Duddington Mannor in Prince Georges
      County in the said Province of Maryland Gent By his
      Last Will and Testament Bearing Date ^the^ of Twelfth Day
      of April in the Year of our Lord One thousand Seven
      hundred and thirty four did Release unto his Sister
      Mary his Right to part of ten Thousand Acres of Land
      Lying at the Mouth and some of the branches of
      Monokocie by which he was intitled to half of two
      Tracts of Lands now Lying in Frederick County afs.d
      the One Called Carrolls Delight and the Other Called
      Carrolls Burgh Containing each five Thousand Acres
      and whereas the said Daniel Carroll by his last Will
      and Testament did Authorize Charles Carroll Party
      to these Presents to sell his share or Moiety of the said
      Lands and Whereas Charles Carroll party to these Presents is
      intitled to the other Share or Moiety of the said Lands Now
      This Indenture Further Witnesseth that the Said Charles
      Carroll as well for himself as by the Power granted unto
      him by the Will of the Said Daniel Carroll Hath for and
      in Consideration of the Sum of Fifty pounds Sterling to
      him in hand paid by the said John Crafford the Receipt
      whereof he doth hereby Acknowledge and thereof doth Acquit and
      Discharge the said John Crafford his heirs Ex.rs and Adm.rs
      Bargained and Sold and by these Presents doth Bargain
      and Sell unto him the Said John Crafford his heirs and
      Assigns all that part of the aforesaid Tract of Land Called
      Carrolls Delight which is included in the following Metes
      and Bounds Beginning at a small white Oake Tree
      Notched with twelve Notches being a Corner of Andrew Harts
      Land the said Tree standing on the south side of the Middle
      Branch of the Creek Called Middle Creek and about ten or
      twelve perches from said Middle Branch of said Middle
      Creek from ^the^ Said Tree, North Eight degrees, and a half
      East Two hundred and Twenty Nine perches along Andrew
      Harts Land from thence North Seventy Nine degrees and a half
      West to a Walnut Grubb One hundred and Ninety Six
      Perches from thence South two degrees, East along the South
      Side of the Mountain to a Notched White Oak One hundred
      and fifty seven perches, from thence south fifty five degrees
      and a Quarter East One hundred and Eighty four perches,
      tot he place of Beginning Containing and laid out for Two
      hundred Acres More or Less To Have and to Hold the
      said Parcel of Land and Premisses together with all and
      singular its Appurtenances unto the Said John Crafford
      his Heirs and Assigns for Ever to the only Proper use
      and Behoof of him the said John Crafford his heirs and
      assigns for Ever and to no other Intent Use or Meaning
      whatsoever Clear and free from all Incumberances whatsoever
      saving the Quit Rents Payable and which shall hereafter
      Grown due thereon And the Said Charles Carroll for himself
      his heirs Executors and Administrators doth Covena^n^t and
      Agree to and with the Said John Crafford his Heirs and Assigns
      the aforesaid parcel of Land and Premisses to Warrant and
      for every defend unto him the said John Crafford his heirs
      and Assigns against all persons Claiming under him
      the Said Charles or Daniel Carroll or Either of their heirs
      Executors Administrators or Assigns Provided the Land
      herein described doth lie within the Metes and bounds of
      the aforesaid Tract of Land Called Carrolls Delight and be
      not Contained within the Metes and Bounds of any other
      part or Division of the said Tract of land Called Carrolls
      Delight nor any part of of any other Divis^ion^ of the Said
      Tract of Land Called Carrolls Delight included within
      the Metes and Bounds of the aforesaid two hundred
      Acres of Land In Witness whereof the Parties to
      these Presents have Interchangeably set their Hands
      and affixed their Seals the Day and Year first
      above Written
      Signed Sealed and Delivered Charles Carroll Seal
      in the Presence of

      M.m Baker
      Arch.d Beard

      On the back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorst Viz.t

      1757 May 7.th
      Received of John Crafford the Sum of Fifty Pounds
      sterling being the Consideration Money within mentioned 50
      Witness Cha Carroll
      M.m Baker
      Arch.d Beard

      1757 May 7.th Then Came before me the subscriber ^one^ of his Lordships
      Justices of the Provincial Court Charles Carroll party to the
      within Deed and Acknowledged the same According to the Act of
      Assembly in Such Cases made and Provided
      Acknowledged before
      10 sides Jn.o Brice

      May the 11.th 1757 Reced of M.r John Crafford Eight Shillings Sterling
      for his Lordships use (it being the Alienation fine on the within
      mentioned two hundred Acres of Land) by Virtue of a
      Commission from Edward Lloyd Esquire his Lordships Agent
      and Receiver General Rich.d Dorsey

      Record.ed the 13.th Day of May 1757

      ===
      Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774
      Volume 726, Page 276

      This Indenture made this 18th Day
      of November in the Year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and one
      Between Ignatius Digges of Prince Georges County in the Province of Maryland
      Esq.r on the one Part & the Reverend George Hunter of Charles County of the aforesaid
      Province of the other Part Witnesseth that the said Ignatius Digges Hath for
      & in Consideration of the Sum of six hundred Pounds Sterling to him in Hand
      paid by the abovesaid George Hunter the Receipt whereof the said Ignatius Digges
      doth hereby acknowledge Hath given granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed confirmed
      & made over as by these Presents he the said Ignatius Digges doth for himself
      & his Heirs give grant bargain sell alien enfeoff confirm & make over unto
      the said George Hunter his Heirs & Assigns for ever, all that Tract or Parcel of
      Land called Mountain Prospect lying in Frederick County containing six hundred
      acres more or less originally granted on or about the twenty eighth Day of June Anno
      Domini one thousand seven hundred forty & five unto the Reverend Thomas Digges Together
      with all Houses & Improvements thereon or thereto belonging ^to the only proper Use & Behoof of him the said George Hunter his Heirs & Assigns To have & to hold ^the Land & Premises aforesaid^ all & singular the Improvements Conveniencies & Advantages thereon or thereto belonging^ or in any ways appertaining
      unto him the said George Hunter his Heirs & Assigns for ever In Witness whereof
      the said Ignatius Digges hath hereunto set his Hand & Seal the Day & Year first
      above written Ignatius Digges (Seal)

      Signed Sealed & delivered
      in the Presence of
      J Hepburn
      Sam Hepburn

      On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus endorsed to wit

      November 18th 1771 Received of the Reverend M.r George Hunter Six hundred
      Pounds Sterling in full Satisfaction for the Consideration of the Lands conveyed
      in the within Deed by me
      Witness Ignatius Digges
      J Hepburn
      Sam Hepburn

      Maryland fs Nov y.e 18th 1771 Then came before me one of his
      Lordship's Justices of the Provincial Court Ignatius Digges Partie to the
      within Deed & acknowledged the same to be his Act & Deed for the Uses
      within mentioned the Year & Day above written At the same Time Mary
      wife to the said Ignatius Digges being by me privately examined & out
      of the Hearing of her said Husband acknowledged that she relinquished
      all her Right of Dower in the said Land freely voluntarily & of her
      own accord without being induced thereto by the Threats of her said Husband
      or the Fear of his Displeasure taken & acknowledged before me the Day & Year
      above written before
      J Hepburn

      Reced the Sum of twenty four Shillings Sterling for the within Land for
      use of Lord Baltimore by Virtue of a Commission from Daniel of S Tho.s Jenifer
      Esq.r his said Lordships Agent & Receiver General
      Jn.o Brice
      Recorded the 30th Day of November 1771