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

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80451 Thomas Evans 10.368 A £30.18.0 {1693}
Payments to: Mr. George Plater, Robert Blade & wife (unnamed), Robert Drury, Elisabeth Court, John Hill, John Skinner, Benjamin Hopson, Richard Newman, John Wheatly, Robert Bailey, Michaell Raily, William Dent, Peter Peake, Thomas Beale, Robert Drurey, Phillip Clark, Dr. Sample.
Administratrix: Sarah Evans. 
Evans, Thomas (I071123)
 
80452 Thomas Evins 7.78 A TA £8.4.7 £8.4.1 Sep 1 1725
Payments to: Robert tingle, Esq., Thomas Bozman (accountant), Michael Howard, Esq., Dr. Evin Jones.
Administrator: Thomas Bozman
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HARDING, HENRY, Talbot County, planter. 18 Feb,, 1745/6
14 Mar, 1745
To bro. JOS. HARDING, 400 pounds tobacco.
To bro. WILLIAM HARDING, stock.
Wife ELIZABETH extx.
Wit: Even Jones, Samuel Abbot 24. 335 
Jones, Evan (I031689)
 
80453 Thomas Evins 9.40 A CA £84.13.6 #1322 Jul 6 1686
Payments to: John Scott, Mr. George Parker.
Mentions: "no children of deceased alive".
Administratrix: Ellinor Spicer (widow). 
Evans, Thomas (I090592)
 
80454 Thomas Fairbrother and Mary parents of Thomas Fairbrother son b. 10 Jan 1722.
Thomas Ffairbrother and May parents of Deborah Ffairbrother dau b. 11 Nov 1728. 
Fairbrother, Thomas (I100438)
 
80455 Thomas Fairfax 16.30 B CA #3010 Jun 12 1698
Payments to: J. Goldsborough, John Broadhurst, Charles Joy, John Mills.
Administrator: Nathaniell Cooper (also Thomas Cooper). 
Fairfax, Thomas (I060814)
 
80456 Thomas Farrant/Farrand 60.135 CH £29.0.4 Dec 14 1754 Jan 24 1755
Appraisers: Matthew Compton, Hezekiah Briscoe.
Creditors: Violetta Smith, George Maxwell.
Next of kin: Esther Farrand, John Farrand.
Administratrix: Susanna Farrand. 
Farrand, Thomas (I101143)
 
80457 Thomas Fenley was the Executor of the estate of his brother, William Fenley, who died in PG Co in 1791; and he and his brother, James, were the only heirs.

There are those on Roots Web who list one of Eleazer Lanham's children as Chloe Lanham m. ________ Finley. William Fenley b. Feb 24, 1761, in King George's (St. John's) was a son of Charles Fenley, Jr. and Martha Bayne. This is William Fenley's will with no mention of Chloe:

William Fenley's Will : In the name of God Amen. I William Fenley of Prince Georges County in the State of Maryland, Mariner - - - give and bequeath unto my two Brothers, Thomas Fenley and James Fenley, all my Estate both real and personal to be equally divided between them. I Constitute make and Ordain my Brother Thomas Fenley sole Executor of this my last will --" . The will was witnessed on July 2, 1791 by Charles Bayne, John Dent Moreland & Eleazor (Ealy) Lanham.
The will was probated in Prince Georges County Nov. 15, 1791 and certified by Sam Tyler.
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade
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Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber T No. #1
1790-1796;
Folio 343 CHARLES B. FENLEY 05/13/1787 07/20/1'794
"being in perfect health ..."
Bequeaths to:
I. Michael Thorn
-to have all of the estate both real and persona]
-named executor of the will
Witnesses: Robert G. Bincham, Washer Blunt, William Tenley
Then came; Fairfax County, Virginia, Michael Thorn
Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand 
Fenley, William (I008855)
 
80458 Thomas Fenley was the Executor of the estate of his brother, William Fenley, who died in PG Co in 1791; and he and his brother, James, were the only heirs.
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber T No. #1; 1784-1789;
Folio 231 CHARLES TENLY (mm:FENLEY) 12/20/ 1785 02/14/1785
"being in a weak and low condition ..."
Bequeaths to;
1. Charles B. Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "Jack"
-to have 1 bed and furn., 1 cow and calf
2. John B. Tenly, --son
-to have Negro fellow "George"
-to have 1 cow and calf
3, Martha Tenly --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Jean"
-to have 1 bed and funk., and I cow and calf
4. Thomas Tenley --son
-to have Negro boy "'Isack"
-to have I bed and furn.. and 1 cow and calf
5. James Tenly --son
-to have 1 Negro girl "Cassey"
-to have 1 bed and furn., I cow and calf
6. Mary Tenley --daughter
-to have Negro girl "Henny"
-to have 1 bed and furn., and 1 cow and calf
7. Martha Tenley --wife
-named executor along w/ son Thomas and instructed to sell that tract of land
William Bayne and testator purchased in Virginia and which tract of land testator
holds Bayne's bond--and the money from the sale to be given to testator's son
Charles
-to have the remainder of the estate for her widowhood or natural life
8. William Tenley --son
Ann Boswell --daughter
-after widow's decease or remarriage, the remainder of the estate to be divided among
all of testator's children
9. William Bayne
James Hawkins
-named trustees along w/ Charles B. Tenley
Witnesses: John Addison, John Bayne, Zachariah M. Wade 
Fenley, James (I008863)
 
80459 Thomas Ffield and Ann Douglas m. Sep 1696 Family F12226
 
80460 Thomas Finch 3.211 A PG £14.7.2 £16.7.0 Aug 26 1720
Received from: Morph. Ward.
Payments to: Phil'. Lee due to Murphy Ward, Samuell Magruder.
Legal representatives: widow (unnamed), 2 sons (unnamed).
Administratrix: Mary Finch (widow), now wife of Thomas Davis. 
Davis, Thomas (I067228)
 
80461 Thomas Fisher 7A.13 I DO #12442 Apr 3 1680
Appraisers: John Kirke, Thomas Flowers. 
Fisher, Thomas (I074765)
 
80462 Thomas Gerrard 28 Copper Smith & Brazier "

Anne " 33 His Wife "

Emigrants from England , Page 78 URL: http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/1661/1661_78.html
Title: Emigrants from England , Page 78 
Family F01562
 
80463 Thomas Grace 34.122 I SM £52.8.9 Apr 30 1713
Appraisers: William Hiles, James Biscoe.
Approvers: John Woolbur, Edward Horne.
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Thomas Grace 38B.11 A SM £52.8.9 £25.13.1 May 12 1716
Payments to: Anne Brierly, Mr. Henry Lowe, Samuel Barber, Anne Mallony, Edward Horne, Susanna Mason, William Johnson, Michael Herbert, Amy Baker, Mr. Vansweringen on account of Mr. Stoddert, Dr. John Seager, Mr. Henry Lowe due Col. Lowe.
Administratrix: Dorothy Grace.
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Thomas Grace 2.195 A SM £60.12.8 £29.5.5 Jun 31 1719
Payments to: Col. William Asquith, Esq. Bladen, Mr. Low, Susanna Grace (her part), William Doxey, John Baker.
Administrator: James Briscoe. 
Grace, Thomas (I093006)
 
80464 Thomas Graves was born 1580 in Derbyshire, England and died 1635-1636 in Accomack County, Virginia Catherine Croshaw was born 1596 in Ireland and died after 1636, presumably in Accomack County, Virginia They were married 1610 in Ireland.

It was Anne Graves, Verlinda's sister, who married first, William Cotton about July, 1637 (d. 1740 in VA); second, Nathaniel Eaton in 1642 (died by 1657); and third, Francis Doughty, 6/8/1657.

Nathaniel Eaton was the first Principal of Harvard University. "Shortly before 6/19/1638, Nathaniel Eaton, first Master of the College, moved with his family from Charlestown into a house in the Yard. By September 17, he had already assembled and begun teaching the first freshman class of nine. (The Harvard Guide: hno.harvard.edu/guide/students/stu6.html).

Marriage Contract 6/8/1657 of Rev. Francis Doughty to Anne (Graves) Cotton Eaton, b. 1620; d. 1683; widow 1st of Rev. William Cotton and second of Rev. Nathaniel Eaton and dau. of Capt. Thomas and Catherine Graves; removed from Accomac Co. to Old Rappahannock Co. and then to Charles County, Maryland; he resided in Mass., NY, and VA; she was his second wife. (Marriages of Some Virginia Residents, 1607-1800 by Dorothy Wulfeck).
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Mrs Anne Doughty 9.30 I [CH] £41.17,10 Jul 29 1683
Appraisers: Robert Potts, Edward Minge.
Executrices: Parthena Bourditt, Sarah Bourditt.
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Nov 1662, Page 10 - 11
Mr. Thomas Burdet, Plt.; Mr. Francis Batchelor, Def.; petition states Mr. Richard Rich rec'd of Mrs. Ane Doughty 7 silver spoons and engaged to deliver 6 silver spoons marked EB the next return out of England and after his arrival in the Province did acknowledge to have brought 6 silver spoons for the afsd. Doughty but never delivered them; his atty. Francis Batchelor said to have the spoons; Ane Doughty, age ca. 42 years, swore that the spoons she sent home by Mr. Richard Rich for her son Burdit's use which were 7 in number and EB, in silver and desired that he was to return to this deponent 6 new ones for them and to have them marked with EB of this deponents daughters child's name and Mr. Richard Rich brought them as was affirmed to the deponent by her cousin Elisabeth Calvert who had them in her hand she demanded them of Mr. Richard Rich who would not deliver them to any but this deponent; defendant said plaintiff arrested him, not as attorney of Mr. Richard Rich; therefore requests non-suit; granted
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Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 13 Oct 1663, Page 172 - 173 - 174
Indenture, 30 Apr 1655 between James Walker of Wicokomeco and Christopher Carnell of Wicokomeco, planter, a parcel of land lying in the Province of Maryland; bounded by Thomas Michell; containing 200 acres; /s/ James Walker; wit.: John Gooldsmith (mark), Edward Philpot (mark)

Christopher Cornell assigns his rights to William Heard and Richard Morrise to above indenture; 24 Apr 1656; /s/ Christopher Carnell (mark); wit. Robert Robins, John Douglas

William Heard and Richard Morris assign rights in above land to John Morris and Giles Tomkins; 27 Jul 1656; /s/ William Heard (mark), Richard Morris (mark); wit. John Douglas, Peter Care (mark)

John Morrise, planter, assigns his rights in above land to Gils Tomkins, planter; 6 Oct 1659; /s/ John Morrise (mark); wit. Robert Loyd, Richard Dod (mark)

Giles Tomkins assigns his rights in above to Mr. Francis Doughtie 17 Jan 1659; /s/ Giles Tomkins (mark); wit. William Barton, Jr., Richard Smoot (mark)

Francis Doughty, Sr., minister of Rappahannock in Virginia, and Anne Doughty, his wife assign rights in above to Gils Tomkinson in the parish or hamlet of Pickeawanon in Charles County; 9 Feb 1662; /s/ Fr. Doughty, Anne Doughty; wit. John Washington, John Crow (mark); signed in the presence of Francis Doughty, Jr., Hugh Oneall (mark); acknowledged in open court by Mr. Enoch Doughty and Mr. Fr. Doughty
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 1 Part I; Pg 59
WILLIAM COTTON, Clerke, 350 acs. called the old mans neck, bet. two maine branches of Hungars Cr., Ely. into the woods, Wly. down sd. Cr. & N. upon land of Capt. William Stone, parted from same by one of the sd. branches. 100 acs. for his own & the per. adv. of his wife Ann Graves & 250 acs. for trans. of 5 pers: Elianor Hill, Richard Hill, Edward Esson & 2 Negroes: 10 July, 1637, p. 434.
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 61
KNOW ALL MEN that whereas my Husband Mr, FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. hath by obligacon bound himselfe to the conveyance of two hundred acres of land wth
houses & all other appurtences thereunto belonging to Mr. RICHARD BOUGHTON in special' trust for the use & maintenance of mee ANN DOUGHTY Wife of the sd FRA DOUGHTY for terme of my life I doe by these pntes acknowledge the same as a valueable consid for all or any Dower joynture porcon allowance which I the sd ANNE doe or may clayme or challenge by Vertue of Marriage wth the sd Mr. DOUGHTY am freely moved to release and for Ever quit Clayme of & to all Rights dues Debts & demands wtsoever which I now have or heerafter may or might have to the Temporal Estate of the sd Mr. DOUGHTY whether consisting of lands goods houshold stuffe cattell or the like also I binde my heirs to confirm this my Release as witness my hand this 2d day of Decr. 1668 in the pnce of RICHARD BOUGHTON, ANNE DOUGHTY
WILL JONES; JOYCE FLEMING her marke
KATHERINE JONES her marke; ELIZABETH CARPENTR. her marke
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 61-66
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE to whom these pntes shall come greeting in our Ld, God Everlasting. KNOW YEE that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for & in consid of the good will and love that I beare unto my well beloved Wife ANNE DOUGHTY & in consid that I the sd FRANCIS am shortly intended God Willing to transport myselfe out of this Colony of Virginia into some other Country & Clymate that may prove more favourable to my health infirm & decayed body then the sd Country of Virginia and for that my Wife the sd ANNE is unwilling to Depart the sd Country shee finding the same agreeing with her health Besides her loathness & unwillingness to bid Farewell to her deare & beloved Children and to her beloved Kindred & relacons all or at least most of them residing in the sd Colony of Virginia and in the Neighbouring Province of MARY- LD, as also for divers good causes & consid mee at this prsent Especially moveing, have given graunted & confirmed and by these pntes doe freely give graunt & confirm unto RICHARD BOUGHTEN of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MARYLD all that pcell or quantity of land Cont. two hundred acres lyeing upon RAPPA. RIVER in the sd Colony of Virginia and adioyneing to the land of Capt. ALEXR: FLEMING late deced and butted & hounded according to a Certificate of Survey made thereof by Collo. CATLETT upon Record together wth all Houses Edifices Buildings Hereditamts. & appurt: wtsoever to the sd land & premises or to any pt or pcell thereof belonging or in any wise appurteyning and also all the Estate right Tytle interest demand wtsoever of mee the sd FRANCIS in or to the same & all Deeds writeings Evidences & instrumts wtsoever touching and concerning the prmises or any pt or pcell of them To Have and To Hold the sd Land & prmises before by these pntes graunted or menconed meant or intended to be graunted unto the sd RICHARD BOUGHTEN his heirs for ever to the uses purposes hereafter in these present limited expressed & declared & to noe other use intent or purpose wtsoever that is to say to the use & behoofe of the sd ANNE DOUGHTY my Beloved Wife for & during the terme of her ntrall life for & in the name of her joynture & in full recompense of her Dower and tytle of Dower which the sd ANNE shall or may have of or to the Lands of mee the sd FRANCIS and after the decease of the sd ANNE then to the use & Behoofe of the sd RICHARD BOUGHTON his heirs for Ever upon this hope trust & confidence in him the reposed by mee the sd FRANCIS that hee the sd RICHD, BOUGHTON his heirs at all time after the ending of the Estate of the sd ANNE DOUGHTY my Wife in & to the sd Land & prmises shall make such graunt & conveyance of the same & depose distribute employ the rents issues & proffits thereof as else such Quantity of Tobacco as shall be produced on the sale thereof if the sd RICHARD shall think fitt to expose thy same for sale either to me the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY myselfe or to such pson or psons & in such manner & forme as I the sd FRANCIS shall require & demand or as by my last Will & Testamt. in writing to bee subscribed wth my own hand & sealed wth my owne seale in the pnce of three or more Witnesses or by any other writeing by mee to be subscribed & sealed in the pnce of soe many witnesses as aforesd shall declare & appoint & for default of such appointmts. Then that the sd RICHARD BOUGHTON his heirs shall convey & assure the lands & prmises to & on the Right heire of mee the sd FRANCIS for Ever and I the sd FRANCIS for myselfe my heirs the sd Land before given & confirmed wth the rights thereto belonging unto the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs forever to the only uses heerby limted expressed & declared agt. mee the sd FRANCIS my heirs In Witness whereof I the sd FRANCIS have heerunto sett my hand & seal this 18th
day of March 1668/9.
in pn ce of us JOHN CATLETT, FRANCIS DOUGHTY
THOS. HAWKINS
Recognr. die 13th Martii 1668/9
TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these pntes shall come Greeting in our Ld. God
Everlasting. KNOW YEE that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for & in consid: of the good will and ntrall affecion & love which I Beare unto my beloved Wife ANNE DOUGHTY & in consid: that I the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY am shortly intended God Willing to transport myselfe out of this Colony of Virginia into some other Country & Clymate that may prove more favourable to my aged infirm & Decayed body then the sd Country of Virginia wherein I now reside doth & for my wife the sd ANNE is unwilling to depart the sd Country shee finding the same agreeing wth her health beside her Loathnesse & unwillingness to Bidd farewell to her children ... this entry continues as above
In witness whereof the sd pties above menconed have mutually sett their hands & seals this eighteenth day of March 1668/9
in the pn ce of us JOHN WATSON RICHARD BOUGHTON
JAMES JOHNSON, JOHN POWELL FRANCIS DOUGHTY
I ANNE DOUGHTY Wife of Mr. FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. doe confesse & acknowledge that this Deed of Trust for my use & Benefit was procured by my mocon & sealed & deld. by my free & voluntary consent & I doe gratefully accept it from my sd Husband in lieu of all or any Dowers porcons Debts or demands which I the sd ANNE may have or Clayme of from my sd Husband my heirs & doe accordingly rest satisfyed & desire that this my acknowledgement may bee sett on record for all Rights & Claymes by vertue of marriage excepting a Deed of gift of certaine goods expressed in a Lyst dated the 12th day of March 1668/9 & a penal] bond of Twenty pounds yearely for the paymt. of six pounds yearely.
ANNE DOUGHTY
Recognr. die 18th Martii 1668/9
KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I FRANCIS DOUGHTY for the Love and good will wch I Beare unto my Beloved Sonne ENOCH DOUGHTY & other good causes mee heerunto moveing doe give & sett over unto the sd ENOCH the Reversion of the land & premises wthin menconed conveyed unto RICHARD BOUGHTON in Trust for the Benefitt of my Wife Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY during her ntrall life & doe accordingly appoint & ordeyne that after the death or decease of my sd Wife & immediately upon the request of my sd Sonne ENOCH his Ordrs. that the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs do & shall by good assurances in the Law convey the land unto my sd Sonne ENOCH his heirs for Ever or if the sd Land shall be sould by the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON his heirs shall deliver the full price for which the land shall be sould whether it shall be money tobacco or other comodities of good Estimacon & value unto the sd ENOCH my Sonne by him to be possessed & enjoyed forever.
in pnce of ELIZABETH PAYNE FRANCIS DOUGHTY
RO: PAYNE
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 4, Part I - 1668-1670; Antient Press: pg 66-67
KNOW ALL MEN by these pats that I RICHARD BOUGHTON of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MAR YLD. am bound & firmely oblidged unto FRANCIS DOUGHTY of Rappa. County in Virginia in the full & just quantity of thirty thousand pounds of Merchantable Tobacco in Caske to be pd to the sd FRANCIS DOUGHTY his Estate to the which paymt, well & truly to bee made I binde myselfe my heirs by these pntes, In Witness whereof I the sd RICHD. have heerunto sett my hand and seale this 18th day of March 1668/9,
The Condicon of this obligacon is such that Whereas Mr, FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENR. hath obliged himselfe to make conveyance of his Plantacon in special trust to mee RICHARD BOUGHTON for the use & benefitt of Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY his Wife to the end that shee should release her Clayme by marriage to the rest of his Estate which also shee hath done If Therefore the sd RICHD. BOUGHTON in reference to her first shall save keepe Harmelesse & indemnified the sd Mr. DOUGHTY his heirs from all arrests & Suites of Law & the issues & effects wch the sd Mrs. ANNE DOUGHTY may have agt, her sd Husband his heirs for any further interest right clayme or demand then in the sd land as specified & conveyed unto her of his psonall or Reall Estate & from all suites of Law which any pson or psons may hereafter or from the date of these pntes have comence or prosecute agt the sd Mr DOUGHTY his heirs for the pformance of any Bargaine or Contract which the sd Mrs. DOUGHTY shall make with any pson wtsoever likewise of & from the paymt of all debts which the sd Mrs. DOUGHTY shall make hereaftr. by the takeing up upon Credits any Cattell or goods that this obligacon shall bee voyd & of noe effect or else to remayne in ful force & vertue
in pn ce of us JOHN WATSON, RICHARD BOUGHTON
JAMES JOHNSTOUN, JOHN POWELL
MEMORAND the Within Bond with the condicon thereo subscribed was acknowledged by the within menconed RICHARD BOUGHTON as his act & deed to the within menconed FRANCIS DOUGHTY this to bee recorded by the Clarke of Rappa County
Recognr. Die 10 Martii 1668/9
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(OLD) RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY VA DEED BOOK 1682-1686; pg138-142 (Sparacio)
THIS INDENTURE made the third day of March in the yeare of the Reign of or: Soveraigne Lord King Charles the second in the years of our Lord God One thousand Six hundred Eighty and three Between RICHARD BOUGHTON of CHARLES COUNTY in the Province of MARYLAND Gentl. of one part and WM. BERRY of the Freshes of Rappa: in the Colony of Virginia, Plantr „ of the other part. Witnesseth that whereas FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENYR. formerly of Rappa. River in ye said Collony of Virginia, Clerk, deceased, by his Deed of Grant undr: his hand and seale bearing date the Eighteenth day of March in the yeare of or: Lord 1668, did for the consideration therein mentioned grant unto the said RICHARD BOUGHTON of MARYLAND and unto his assignes all that quantity of land contayning Two hundred acres of land lying upon Rappa: River in the said Collony of Virginia and adjoyning the land of Capt. ALEXANDR: FLEMING lately deceased, and butted and bounded according to a Certificate of Survay made thereof by Coll CATLETT upon Record, togeather with all houses buildings & appurtenances whatsoever to the said land belonging and alsoe all Estate right of me the said FRANCIS to the same To have and to hold the said lands & prmisses before mentioned to the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires forever to the uses hereafter in these presents limitted & to noe other use, that is to say, to the use and behoofe of the said ANN DOUGHTY, my beloved Wife, and her assignes for and during the time of her natural life for and in the name of her Joynture & in full recompence of her Dower & title of Dower which the said ANN may have to the lands of me the said FRANCIS DOUGHTY and after the decease of the said ANN to the use of the said RICHARD BOUGHTON my heires forever upon the hope trust & on Confidence in him reposed by me the said FRANCIS that he the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires at all times after the ending of the Estate of the said ANN my Wife in and to the said land and prmisses shall make and grant such convayances of the same and shall distribute and imploy the rents issues and pfitts. thereof or else such quantity of Tob: as shall be produced on the sale thereof if the said RICHARD shall judg fitt to expose the same to sale, either to me the said FRANCIS DUGHTY my selfe or to such psons. and in such forme as the said FRANCIS shall require, and demand or as by my last Will and Testamt. in Writing to subscribe by mine own hand and seale with my own seale in prsence of three or more witnesses or by any other writing by me to be subscribed & sealed in the prsence of soe many witnesses as aforesd shall nominate and appointe and for default of such nomination then the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires shall convay and assure the said land to & on the right of me the said FRANCIS forever as in and by the said Deed of grant duly recorded and enrolled among the records of Rappa. County by ROBERT PAYNE formerly Clerk of said County of Rappa. Reference and relation being had more fully may appeare, And further whereas the said FRANCIS DOUGHTY SENYR. did in his life time by his certain writing bearing date the day of (blank) and subscribed and sealed in the prsence of PETER RAYNER, ROBERT PAYNE aforesaid and ELIZABETH PAYNE his Wife, for consideration therein expressed give and sett over unto his Son, ENOCH DOUGHTY, by the name of ENOCH DOUGHTY my beloved Sonn, the Reversion of the land above mentioned appointing by the said Writing that after the decease of the said Wife, ANN DOUGHTY, now deceased, the said RICHARD BOUGHTON his heires should by good assurances in Law convay the said land and prmisses to his said Son, ENOCH DOUGHTY, his heires or pay or deliver the full value or price thereof in case the said RICHARD should sell the same to his Son, ENOCH, his heires by them to be possess for ever.
NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said RICHARD BOUGHTON for and in consideration of the sum of Fower thousand five hundred pounds of good sound merchantable Tob: and cask to him paid by WILLIAM BERRY hath sold to the said WM. BERRY his heires all the said Two hundred acres of land above mentioned togeather with the Edifices and buildings to the same appertaining and now in the tenture of the said WILL: BERRY his assignes To have and to hold the said land to the said WM. BERRY his heires forever and the said RICHARD BOUGHTON doth grant that he the said RICHARD BOUGHTON notwithstanding any act or thing or p:curement done now and at the delivery hereof standeth & is solely onely and rightfully seized of the Estates hereby to be granted and that RICHARD BOUGHTON hath full power to grant the said prmisses thereof unto the said WM. BERRY according to the true meaning hereof the rents and services from henceforth to grow due to the Cheiffe Lord of the Fees excepted and foreprized In Witness whereof the parties have sett their hands and seales
Sealed signed and delivered in prsence of LAW: ROCHFORT, RI: BOUGHTON
VERLINDA BOUGHTON
Acknowledged in court. 5th Nobr: 1684 et recorded ye 22nd of ye same month & yeare
KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I the above named RICHARD BOUGHTON hath appointed ADAM WOFFENDALL of Rappa: County in Virginia. Planter, my true and lawfull Attorney for me to acknowledge the right of the above mentioned land and prmisses to be the right of the above mentioned WM. BERRY according to the true porport above Indenture, and the same acknowledgemt. to make in such manner as by the Laws of Virginia for vesting and settleing rights of land is required granting to my said Attorney in my name quiet & peaceable Livery of seizes & possession of the said land or any part thereof in the name of the whole and to grant unto the said WILLIAM BERRY or his lawfull Attorney in that behalfe authorised. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this five and twenty day of March 1684
Sealed signed and delivered in prsence of
LAW: ROCHFORT, RICHARD BOUGHTON
VERLINDA BOUGHTON,
CHAS. ASHTON
Recorded 22nd day of November 1684 
Graves, Anne (I015102)
 
80465 THOMAS GRAY.

ca. 1695 - Robert Merryfield vs. Thomas Gray. Judgment.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T, pp. 255-6.

ca. 1697 - Thomas Gray, merchant.
Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber V, p. 274. 
Gray, Thomas (I071271)
 
80466 Thomas Greenfield 25.161 A BA £70.8.8 £32.3.8 Feb 13 1705
The amount of the inventory also included #12033.
Received from: Mr. Edward Warner (merchant in London).
Payments to: Richard Smithers, John Coobell, Emanuell Coley, Robert Conchin, Obediah Pridgett, Henry Wriothesley, Thomas Edmonds, Thomas Newham, Elisabeth Lee, John Clegg, John Stocks, Mr. Charles Carroll, William Taylard. Legatees: executor.
Executor: John Hall, Esq. 
Greenfield, Thomas (I098582)
 
80467 Thomas Guinne 4.388 A AA #14195 #14195 Oct 15 1677
Payments to: James Kille, James Homewood, Hugh Merrikin, Dr. Henry Lewis, Henry Howard.
Administrator/Executor: Richard Guinne (brother) (also Richard Gwin ),
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William Drewry 3.131 I AA #24336 Feb 25 1676
Appraisers: Robert Davidge, Ralph Hawkins.
Approvers; James Martin.
List of debts: Edward Jones, John Balding, Enoch Boulton, Richard Guinne.
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Howard, Henry, A. A. Co., 31st Dec., 1683 ; 8th Mch., 1684.
To Sarah, wife of Joseph Dacey, 200 A., "Collingborne." Richard Guin, Hugh Meriking, Edward Jones, John Bennett and his wife Sarah, John Townsend, John Howard of A. A. Co Mary Cousens, Henry Chappell, John and Matthew Howard, and John Kelee, personalty.
Theophilus Hackett, ex., Edward Michael, Samuel, and Eliza: Skidmore, residuary legatees.
Test: Jas. Floyd, Richd. Howard, Francis Winnington. 4. 25. 
Gwinn, Richard (I088536)
 
80468 Thomas Hagan (b.1725) s/o Thomas Hagan is styled "Sr." so this Thomas Hagan was born later than 1725
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Prince George's Co. Wills TT#1:113-114: Thomas Hagan - January 1813 / 6 Apr 1815.
To "loving wife Gracy Hagan during her life all estate real and personal except Negroes Cicily and Stephen, one bed, one horse, and one cow, also except Negro Sam, whom I give to daughter Winifred. At death of wife the plantation on which I now live with all the stock to son Leonard. After debts paid residue for property real and personal to sons Horatio, Thomas, Benedict, Theodore, and Leonard equally. Sons Horatio and Leonard executors. Witnessed by Bennet Gwynn, Jonathan Summers, and Benedict Mudd. Proved only by Benedict Mudd.
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HAGAN, IGNATIUS, Charles Co. 25 Mar, 1761 15 Oct, 1765
Wife Magdalen, extx,
To wife the plantation I now dwell upon and after her decease to my son William Hagan, Also to wife 100 a. called "Good Intent" and to take the said hundred a. of land on the north side of a road called Parran Road and include the plantation I now settled there - and afterwards to Joseph Hagan,
To son Thomas Hagan, plantation he now dwells on with 100 a. joining to it which I bought of John Baggot.
To son Joseph Hagan before named, all remaining part of land.
To son James Hagan, cow and calf,
To daus, Mary Hagan and Sarah Hagan, Negro girl called Sue.
To dau. Elizabeth Speake, 1 sh.
To dau. Eleaner Wheeler 1 sh.
To dau Anne Blanford, 1 sh.
To wife Magdalene Hagan all remaining part of personal estate,
Wit: James Hagan, Ignatius Smith, Bazil Hagan. 33.421
===
Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 499_ Assignment. I, Samuel Hanson of CC, merchant, [send greeting]. Whereas James Hagain, son of Ignatius of CC, planter, was indebted to me in the sum of 4623 lbs of crop tobacco, and for the security for the payment thereof, Richard Wheeler, Thomas Hagan, and William Hagan of CC, planters, by their bond dated Jun 19, 1759, became bound jointly and severally to me in the sum of 9326 lbs of crop tobacco, conditioned for the payment of 4623 lbs of tobacco, and which bond I put in suit in CC Court and obtained judgment thereon against them in Mar Court, 1762. Now in consideration that sd Richard Wheeler has fully paid sd sum of 4663 [sic] lbs of crop tobacco together with all interest due thereon and the costs of the sd suit except 928 lbs of crop tobacco paid me by sd James Hagan himself and 332 lbs of crop tobacco paid me in part by sd Thomas Hagan, I have assigned and made over to sd Richard Wheeler, the sd judgment and the sums thereby adjudged me, excepting the sums paid me in part, as afd, with full power to sd Richard Wheeler to sue out execution thereon against the sd Thomas Hagan and William Hagan. Signed May 19, 1764 - Sam Hanson. Wit - John Hawkins, James Key_ Recorded Aug 2, 1764.
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Charles Co. Deeds O#3:515: 23 Aug 1768. Thomas Hagan of Prince George Co., planter, to John Waters of Charles Co. for 13,000 pounds tobacco and £6 "and diverse other goods causes" part of Good Intent, 200 acres (?), adjoining Thomas Bryan's. Signed with his mark. Wife Grace waives dower.
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From Effie Gwynn Bowie, Across the Years in Prince George's County: On pp 341-342: Prince George's Co. November court 1777, Bennet Gwynn, age 19, son of Hooper Gwynn, deceased, chose Thomas Hagan to be his guardian. On p 343: Hickory Plains at Piscataway originally patented for 300 A; 100 A deed 27 Jan 1777 by Stephen West to Thomas Hagan "whereon the said Hagan now dwelleth." On p 344. Bennet Gwynn administered Thomas Hagan's estate in 1815; in 1817 Bennet Gwynn purchased Thomas Hagan's part of Hickory Plains from his son Leonard.
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Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1774-1780; Liber CC 2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 330. At the request of Thomas Hagan the following Deed was recorded March 14, 1777
Indenture made January 27, 1777; Stephen West, merchant in consideration of 96 pounds current money paid by Thomas Hagan, planter has sold part of a tract called Hickory Plains whereon he now dwells being the same land hereto for conveyed by his even West by James Young for me in PGCo containing 100 acres. Signed Stephen West in the presence of and acknowledged before Truman Skinner, Thomas Clagett and at the same time Hannah West wife of Stephen West relinquished her right of dower 
Hagan, Thomas (I010317)
 
80469 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, John (I094005)
 
80470 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, William (I094007)
 
80471 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, Thomas (I094008)
 
80472 Thomas Hall 14.185 SM £25.1.6 Apr 26 1729 Jun 28 1729
Appraisers: Barnaby Anchol, John Welch.
Creditors: Robert Rosson, William Stewart.
Next of kin: John Hall, William Hall.
Administratrix/Executrix: Mary Hall. 
Hall, Mary (I094010)
 
80473 Thomas Hansford: A tale of Bacon's Rebelion, published by Geo. M. West, Richmond, Va., 1857; republished after the war by a Philadelphia firm, under the title "The Devoted Bride."
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 177. Adms. bond dated 11 Aug. 1679.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 5], 1672-1676 (Reel 2a)
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 59. Adms. bond rec. [13 Nov. 1678].
p. 89. Guardians account ordered [24 Apr. 1679].
p. 123-125. Inv. & appr. rec. 11 Aug. 1679.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 6]. 1677-1684 (Reel 3a)
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Title Hansford, Thomas.
Publication 1679.
Gen. note Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Note p. 153. Estate division ordered 24 Sept. 1688.
p. 349. Estate division ordered 18 Dec. 1689.
Note Deeds, Orders, Wills, etc. [Records No. 8], 1687-1691 (Reel 4a) 
Hansford, Thomas (I068495)
 
80474 Thomas Hargis, son of Abraham. His pension papers for the Revolutionary War stated in claim S8663, that he was born 26 April 1752 in Fairfax County, Virginia, and when he was quite young moved with his father whose name was not given, to North Carolina. He also stated that he married in June 1777; no wife given Hargess, Thomas (I058997)
 
80475 Thomas Hatton of Chasely, gent

In the name of God Amen The fifteenth day of March 1677 I Thomas Hatton of Chasely in the County of Worcester gent being sicke of Body But of perfect mind and memory (Thanks be to God) die constitute ordeine and appoint this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and forme following First and principally I commend my soule into the hands of Almighty God My Body to the Earth And my worldly Estate I bequeath as followeth Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my Brother Henry Hatton the summe of one pound to buy him a Ring And to the Children of my said Brother Henry Hatton Begotten of the Body of the daughter of Thomas Hale late of Tewkesbury the summe of Forty pounds to be equally divided amongst them Item I give and bequeath to my sister Sarah Lovering the summe of Twenty pounds Item I give tho my sister Susannah Berkley the summe of Tenn pounds I give to my sister Anne Mathews the summe of one pound Tenn shillings Item I give to my Cousin Thomas Hatton late of Lipiatt the summe of Tenn pounds Item I give to my Cousin Samuell Hatton All my Estate in Virginia both Reall and Personall Item I give to the Four Children of my Cousin Phillip Hayward (vide) Thomas Hayward Mary Hayward Phillipa Hayward and Elizabeth Hayward the summe of Two hundred pounds to be equally divided amongst them Item I give to my Cousin Elizabeth Packer the summe of one pound Tenn shillings to buy her a Ringe Item I give to my Cousin Mary Sturmy the summe of one pound Tenn shillings to buy her a Ringe All which aforesaid Legacies my will and meaning is That they shall not be paid untill Two yeares after my decease by my Executors Item I give and bequeath unto my Cousin Robert Newman All that my deads yeare due upon the Estate he lives in upon Condicion that he dischargeth the Herriotts due att my decease for the same Estate And if soe be that he shall not discharge the Herriotts Then my will and meaninge is my Executors shall have the deads yeare in discharge of the same Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward of Quedgly All that my Capitall Messuage or Tenement wherein I now dwelleth Commonly called the Wearth or by what other name or names the same is called or knowne Together with the Houses outhouses buildings barnes stables Gardens orchards Backsides with all meadows Leasowes pasture grounds Arable Land and whatsoever ground or Grounds Belonging to the same with all other its appurtenances whatsoever situate lying and being in the parish of Chattesley als Chasely in the County of Worcester Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward of Quedgly aforesaid All that my Meadowe or pasture ground situate lying and being in the parish of Ashchurche in the County of Gloster Commonly called or knowne by the name of Soldernes Mead Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward aforesaid All that meadow or pasture ground which I lately bought of James Ricke[?] situate lying and being in the parish of Chasely in the County of Worcester Item I give devise and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward aforesaid All that my two pieces of Arable lying in the Oldbury in Tewksbury now in the Tenure or occupacion of Mr Henry Dobbins And alsoe all other my Estate of inheritance whatsoever not before by these presents bequeathed To have and to hold the afore mencioned Capitall Messuage Lands and Premises and all other the afore mencioned premisses with all their appurtenances unto the aforesaid William Hayward his hares and assignes forever And to and fore noe other use intent or purpose whatsoever Lastly All the Rest of my Estate goods Chattles Household stuffe debts Leases and moneys whatsoever after my debts and Funerall Charges shalbe discharged I give and bequeath unto my Cousin William Hayward whom I make the sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament And doe hereby revoake all other wills whatsoever declaring this to be my last will and Testament In witnes whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the day and yeare above written Thomas Hatton Signed sealed published and declared to be the Last Will and Testament of the Testator in the presence of us John Terrett signum - Edward Cowdale sign - Willm Morris

Probate granted at London 24 December 1678


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Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 1 page 72 [p.72] Hatton, John,
London, 14th Dec., 1654;
To sisters and brothers, viz., Sarah, Susan, Hanna, Henry and Samuel, personalty.
Brother Thomas, residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including lands left by father, John Hatton.
Exs.: Thos. Hatton afsd., Robt. Llewelin.
Test: Richd. Colchester, Hercules Commander, Sr. 1. 519.
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http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/rowe/1997-07/0867911820
1668-71 (Annap. Chan. Proc. CD; 87-91) Suit. In re a tract "Persimmon
Point," 400 acres in Baltimore County on Rumley Creek purchased by John
HATTON, names Thomas HATTON of Tewkesbury in the county of Glouster in
the Kingdom of England, brother and heir of John HATTON formerly of
London, and Samuel HATTON [ch: relationship not stated?].
1673/4 Jan 20. (idem A. No. 1; 287-8) Samuel HATTON of the City
of Bristol, England, Merchant to Abraham BISHOPP, a tract called
"Chairpinham" in St. Michaels River. 
Hatton, Thomas (I045236)
 
80476 Thomas Hilleary West was born OCT 1757 in Frederick County, MD, and died 18 MAR 1803 in Frederick County, MD. He married Sarah McGill 17 JAN 1787, daughter of John McGill and Elizabeth Duvall. She was born 13 SEP 1763 in Frederick County, MD, and died 4 DEC 1828 in Frederick County, MD. West, Thomas Hilleary (I075198)
 
80477 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698.
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Belt, John, Sr.,A. A. Co.,13th May, 1697; 17th Nov., 1698.
To eld. son John and hrs., 200 A. and "Velmead."
To wife Eliza: in lieu of dower rights, dwelling plantation and 100 A. during life.
To 2nd son Joseph and hrs., afsd. estate bequeathed his mother and 100 A., part of 300 A., "Belt's Posterity," at hd. of Gunpowder R.
To 3rd son Benjamin, 200 A., residue of "Belt's Posterity."
To neph. Thomas Ramsey, eld. dau. Eliza:, 2nd dau. Charity, young. dau. Sarah, at marriage or 16 yrs. of age, personalty. In event of death of either dau. her estate to pass to her sisters. Should any son afsd. die under age or without issue his share of real estate to pass to eld. dau. afsd.
Wife Eliza:, extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Jno. Tideings, Charity Jordon, Anne Smith, Thos. Hodges, Dan'l Pierce, Darby Sweany, Anne Pierce. 6. 175. 
Hodges, Thomas (I046024)
 
80478 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698. 
Ramsey, Charity (I046025)
 
80479 Thomas Hodgis son of Thomas Hodgis and Charity b. 3 Nov 1697, bapt 29 May
1698. 
Hodges, Thomas (I046031)
 
80480 Thomas Hussey Luckett Loudoun County Commonwealth of Virginia being in a very sick and infirm state of health but of fool and sound disposing mind memory and understanding. My wife Elizabeth to have full possession of the whole estate while she continues as my widow and she shall raise and educate my children as liberal as my estate can afford. If she marries my wife to retain for her use what ever of my stock she can support and as much of my plantation utensils as will be necessary to carry on the plantation whereon we now live. What ever else should be sold on one year's credit and after my debts is paid my widow shall receive the interest that will become due yearly until my children come of age and also the rents on my lands. But if she should marry in that case management of the state to be given unto my children. To my oldest son his heirs and assigns forever all that land that I bought of William Hough in Montgomery county he paying to his younger brother not yet baptized 100 pound money of Virginia. To my son Val all that land that I bought of my brother John Luckett in Montgomery county he paying to his younger brother not yet baptized 100 pound money of Virginia. To my son Lawson all the land that I bought of the commissioners of the confiscated British property of Montgomery county part of Concord, and the Negro man she had at her disposal during her natural life and after her death the plantation I now live on to my son that is not baptized in the Negro man Iam. If either of my 4 sons should die before they come of age then the part of that child shall be divided among the rest. I authorize my wife Elizabeth and my good friend the Reason Davis of Washington County Maryland executrix and executor of this will. Signed Thomas H. Luckett, 27 December 1786. Witnessed by Ens Campbell, Leven Luckett, Isaac Fouch, Jr., Daniel Williams by Mark. Will presented 12 February 1787 at a court in Loudoun County. John Luckett and Thomas Noland or securities. Recorded Liber C, folio 253, Virginia. Copy made 1 September 1796, by Charles Burnes, clerk of Loudoun County, page 129 - 132 Luckett, Thomas Hussey (I017559)
 
80481 Thomas Hussey married Jane Cockshoot (Mathews) (Bread). He was her third spouse

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

John Cockshot, immigrated in 1641 with Jane his wife & Mary & Jane [his daughters] et al.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber ABH, pp. 22, 59.

July 5, 1642 - John Cockshutt demanded 2000 acres for transporting in 1641: self, Jane his wife, Mary Cockshott, Jane Cockshott, Eleanor Clerk, Thomas Hardie, Gilbert Metcalf, Michael Hacker.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 1, p. 24.

Aug. 30, 1649 - Jane wife of Nicholas Cawsin late widow of John Cockshott demanded 2000 acres for Mary & Jane Cockshott her children by said John, due said John for transporting self & 7 persons in 1642, per Robert Clarke (surveyor.) Warrant for Patowmeck River between Cedar Point & head of Port Tobacco Creek.
Source: Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 2, pp. 506-7.

=== Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

Cockshutt, Jane (m. Thomas Mathews, John Breade and Thomas Hussey) - Jane m. Thomas Mathews, John Breade and Thomas Hussey. Sources: (1) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” pp. 237-8, (2) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber F, p. 242, Liber H, p. 45, and Liber R, p. 103, (3) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, p. 176, and (4) Maryland Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 1, p. 24. By her 1st husband Thomas Mathews, Jane had 5 children: Ignatius, William, Victoria, Jane and Anne Mathews. Source: Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber F, p. 242, and Liber H, p. 45. Jane had no children by her 2nd husband John Breade or her 3rd husband Thomas Hussey. John Breade, the 2nd husband of Jane Cockshutt, was deceased by
July 10, 1688. Source: Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” p. 238. Jane d. between Apr. 24, 1693 and Feb. 6, 1699/1700 in Charles Co., Md. Sources: (1) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” p. 238, and (2) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, p. 211.
Ignatius Mathews - m. Mary Doyne and d. testate July 21, 1698 (probate date) in [Charles Co.,] Md. Source: Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, pp. 159-60 and 156. After Ignatius died, widow Mary m. Thomas Jameson. Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 19 ½ A, p. 107.
William Mathews - m. Jane ______ and d. testate Mar. 24, 1724/5 (probate date) in Charles Co., Md. Sources: (1) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber H No. 2, p. 80, and (2) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 5, pp. 186-7.
Victoria Mathews - m. William Thompson and d. in Charles Co. between Feb. 1713/14 and Sep. 1720. Sources: (1) Charles Co., Md. Court Records, Liber Q, p. 8, (2) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” p. 252, (3) Fresco, Margaret K., “Marriages and Deaths, St. Mary’s County, Maryland, 1634-1900,” pp. 201 and 294, (4) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 35A, p. 243, and (5) Maryland Prerogative Court, Administration Accounts, Liber 3, p. 224. After Victoria died, William m. 2nd Mrs. Eleanor Pattison Angell Herbert and m. 3rd Mrs. Ann Courtney Baker. After the death of 1st wife Victoria and his marriage to 2nd wife Eleanor, William Thompson moved from Charles Co. to St. Mary’s Co.
Jane Mathews - m. Joshua Doyne and d. testate Mar. 5, 1738/9 (probate date) in St. Mary’s Co., Md. Sources: (1) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” p. 237, (2) Fresco, Margaret K., “Marriages and Deaths, St. Mary’s County, Maryland, 1634-1900,” pp. 87 and 201, and (3) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 8, pp. 38-9.
Anne Mathews - m. Thomas Mudd and Philip Hoskins and d. May 9, 1718 (probate date) in Charles Co., Md. Sources: (1) Newman, Harry W., “The Maryland Semmes and Kindred Families,” p. 238, (2) Dr. Lois G. Carr’s Biographical Files of 17th and 18th Century Marylanders (Thomas Mathews and Thomas Mudd), (3) Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 2, pp. 120-1, and Vol. 4, pp. 129-30 and 163, and (4) Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 18, p. 126.
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Dr. Thomas Matthews 4.379 A CH #71085 #71085 Oct 13 1677
Payments to: William Guither for Robert Ridgely, Joshua Doyne for Kenelme Chizeldyne, Richard Edelen for John Lemaire, Thomas Helgar for Richard Dodd, Hilliard Veren attorney for Richard Wharton & Co., Richard Robinson, Philip Lynes, Elisabeth Young for Richard Ambrose, John Hartwell, Gerit Vansweringen, Mathias Dacosta for Robert Ridgely, Thomas Warner, Andrew Wheatley, John Lee, George Charlesworth.
Executrix: Jane Bread (relict).
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Abstracts of CHANCERY COURT RECORDS of Maryland, 1669-1782,
Debbie Hooper, Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD
21157, 1996.

Page 48:

28 Oct 1721. Charles Co. Depositions taken regarding a parcel of land lying in Charles Co. containing 170 ac. in possession of Philip Hoskins, Esq., deceased; and upon his death in possession of Oswald Hopkins, now deceased, brother of Bennett Hopkins, a minor. (1) William Thompson, age ca. 66, that John Cockshutt came into this county with his wife and 2 children and had rights for 2200 ac. Cockshutt died before he put up rights in execution. His widow later married Nicholas Causoon, reputed to be a French man, and said widow gave her husband Causoon rights to 1000 ac. of above mentioned land. The remainder she gave to her 2 daughters, Mary and Jane Corkshutt (also referred to as Anne and Jeane). Nicholas Causoon died and left his widow and one son named Ignatius Causoon. Afterwards, his widow married a surveyor, John (or Robert?) Clark and shortly after died.
Her son took possession of his father's lands. This deponent was married to Bennett Hoskins mother's sister and has a tract of land lying contigous. (Liber CL, p. 706).
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Volume 41 page 171
Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658. 171

To the second. That hee called in this Deponts husband Nicholas
Cawsine, her selfe & Daughter Adams, & desyred Willm Harper her
sonne Adams his man to write his Will, And to tht intent, pen, inke,
& paper was brought. But the sayd Willm Harper not knowing the
forme of a Will, desyred bee would deferre it, till his Master came
home. Vppon wch bee desyred us present (Viz) her husband, her
selfe, & Daughter Adams to take notice of his Verball Will.
To the third. That for the Exequutors they were of his owne
choyce & motion not knowing any, tht peswaded him to them, And
that bee desyred to speake wth Mr ffitzherbert, & Mr Gerard, but it
could not possibly bee effected.
To the ffowrth. That shee was Mother in Law to one whom bee
did appoynt his Exequutor & that her Daughter Adams, who is a
wittnes, was then & is still Wffe of One of the sd Exequutors
To the ffifth. That her Daughter who was a Wittnes had not
any Legacy left, But to her selfe & her husband was Legacies left
who were wittnesses.
To the Sixth. That to the best of her iudgmt, hee was in perfect
sence & memory, when hee made choyce of his Exequutors, & con
tinued in the same, to his last breath.
Sworne before mee the day & yeare aboue written Job Chandler.


Mary Adams aged 21 yeares or thereabouts her answere to the
foresd Jnterrogatories uppon Oath & Examinaon.
To the ffirst. That the uery day of his death he nominated &
appoynted Mr Thomas Gerard & this Deponts husband to bee his
Exequutors.
To the Second. That a little before Mr Gills departure this
Depont lyuing then in her ffather in Law Cawsines howse, was called
into the roome, where bee dyed by her mother, And hee desyred all
there pent, were her ffather in Law her mother, & her selfe to take
notice that was his Will.
To the Third. That the first day Mr Gill came to this Deponts
mothers howse, he nominated W Thomas Gerard, & her husband
to bee his Exequutors, & did not att any time after heare him mention
any else, & to the best of her knowledge he was not perswaded to
make choyce of any Exequutors.
To the ffowrth. That shee was Wffe to one of the Exequutors, &
that shee was a wittnes but noe Legatee.
To the ffifth That all but her selfe were.
That to the best of her knowledge he was, ffor he spoake senceably,
& knew us all there present.
Sworne Eod die Coram me Job. Chandler.

Jane Cockshott aged 17 yeares or thereabout her answere to the
foresd Interrogatories, uppon Oath & Examinaon.

To the ffirst That the first day W Gill came to this Deponts
mothers howse, being the time he there dyed, bee spake of making
his Will & tht bee did nominate Mr Gerard & her Brother Adams to
bee his Exequutors & tht he desyred it seuerall times in his sicknes.

To the Second. That the same day Mr Gill dyed this Depont
Sayth, Shee was her sister Adams called into the roome by her
mother, where Mr Gill was, her ffather in Law Cawsine being pres
ent, Where Mr Gill desyred them to take notice tht this was his Will,
And tht Willm Harper being called in to write his Will desyred to
bee excused not knowing the forme.
To the Third. That shee knows not That Mr Gill was peswaded
by any to make choyce of his Exequutors, or tht bee was hindred of
any persons to come to him, That bee desyred.
To the ffowrth. That shee was sister in Law to One of the
Exequutors, but further knows not.
To the ffifth. That shee was not present, fully to heare W Gills
Will, therfore knows nothing concerning Legacies, & tht shee doth
not remember any part of it (Except) That bee desyred all his
cattle should be brought to her mothers howse & there to remaine
for three yeares: & the nominating his Exequutors, wch were those
aboue mentioned.
To the Sixth. That to the best of her Judgmt he was, for he was
sencible, & knew all that were there present.
Sworne Eod die Coram me

The Deposn of Mrs Jane Clearke aged 46 yeares or thereabouts
Sworne & examind this 16th of August 1658.
Sayth, That Beniamin Gill deceased after nominating & appoynt
ing his Exequutors wch were Mr Thomas Gerard, & this Deponts
sonne in Law Henry Adams, did dispose of his wordly goods as
followeth.
Impe That one Thowsand pownds of Tob, or thereabout, wch
was in Mr Thomas Gerard & MR Robert Slyes hands should be gyuen
to the Church to bee prayed for.
21y That hee gaue to this Depont in consideraon of her paines &
charges all his moueable goods, Excepting his Chayres & Stooles &
Table, wch were att Widdow Lewis her howse, The wch Chayres,
Stooles & Table, hee gaue to this Deponents Daughter Jane Cockshott
It. Hee gaue to this Deponts husband Nicholas Cawsine fiue
hundd pownds of Tob: & fiue hundd pownds of Tob more to this
Depont, And to this Deponts Daughter Jane Cockshott, & her sonne
Jgnatius, & Nicholas Cawsine to each of them bee gaue fiue hundd
pownds of Tob.& Bee it knowne unto all men by these pents tht I Willm Mitchell doe assigne all my right tytle & interest of a blackish browne
Estate horse wth a white face unto Henry Adams & Thomas Mathewes
for the use of Jane Clearke, the late Relict of Nicholas Cawsine
deceased; To haue & to hould unto the sd Henry Adams & Thomas
Mathewes to & for the sole benefitt & use of the sd Jane Clearke &
her heyres for euer & in wittness whereof I sett my hand this 7th
of January 1656. Willm Mitchell
Signed & Deliuered in pence of Giles Sadler
These pents wittnes tht I the aboue named Willm Mitchell doe
engage my selfe my heyres, Executors & admistrators uppon or
before the last of Aprill next comming to deliuer to the aboue
===
Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 31 May 1658, Page 3
Commissioner Jobe Chandler to take depositions of Henrie Addames, Mrs. Marie Addames, his wife, Mrs. Jane Clarke, Mrs. Ursula Goodericke & Mrs. Jane Cockshoote
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 53
13 Jun 1670; Indenture from Thomas Hussey and Joane his wife to John Alward and Francis Heydon; a parcel of land bounded by George Goodricke; containing 150 acres; patent for said land to Thomas Hussey called Newport; /s/ Thomas Hussey; Joan Hussey (mark); wit. Michaell Ashforth (mark), William Brewer (mark)
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 242
15 Jan 1676/7; Deed of Gift from Jane Matthews, relict of Thomas Matthews, Gent., to her 5 children, Ignatius, William, Victoria, Jane and Anne; ex. William Boarman of St. Mary's County, Gent.; /s/ Jane Matthews; wit. Rando. Brandt
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Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 45
9 Sep 1678; Deed of Gift from John Breade, Gent., to his wife Jane Breade and Ignatius, William, Victoria, Jane, and Anne Matthews, sons and daughters of my wife Jane and Thomas Matthews, her late husband; for 5s paid by William Boaremen of St. Mary's Co. and Henry Adames, Gent., in behalf of my wife and her said children; all the land, buildings, servants, slaves, stock of hoggs, cattle, horses and other goods; /s/ John Breade; wit. Edmond Donnie, John Lemaire
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 319-126: NEW PORT: 150 acres; Possession of - 150 Acres - Hanson, John: Surveyed 22 Aug 1664 for Thomas Hussey in the woods beginning at a bound oak the bound tree on the land formerly laid out for George Gooderick upon the side of a hill. (poss. by John Hanson by his marrying the relict of Samuel Luckett.): Other Tracts Mentioned: HANSONS AMENDMENT; ; ; Conveyance notes - 150 Acres - William Wills from John Hanson; 13 July 1721, 150 Acres - John Hanson from William Wills; 14 July 1721,Resurvey into HANSONS AMENDMENT, 23 Nov 1720, folio 423 
Cockshutt, Jane (I002333)
 
80482 Thomas is not mentioned in the distribution of Thomas McPherson's 1792 estate of the living children,
therefore not proved as a son, but names child after Elizabeth Hanson


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Name: Thomas MCPHERSON
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: McPherson
Sex: M
Birth: BEF 1775 in Maryland
Death: BEF 20 MAY 1829 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Father: Thomas MCFERSON b: 20 JUL 1726 in Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland
Mother: Elizabeth HANSON b: ABT 1736 in Charles County, Maryland

Marriage 1 Mary TONGUE b: ABT 1776 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Married: 22 APR 1795 in St. James Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland
Children
Thomas Tongue MCPHERSON b: 15 APR 1796
Elizabeth Hanson MCPHERSON b: 2 APR 1799
Harriett Anne MCPHERSON b: 24 JAN 1801 in Maryland
Margaret Anne MCPHERSON b: ABT 1804
Robert H. MCPHERSON b: BEF 1809
William H. MCPHERSON b: ABT 1813 
McPherson, Thomas (I007531)
 
80483 thomas is placed here as a son of a first wife. note that Walter Smith had land in Northumberland and it is my belief they passed to his son Thomas.... who at his death passed the lands back to his stepsister

mm

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1713-1749 Wills-Admin Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 145
Smith, Thomas
W. W. 10 December 1729---W. P. 18 February 1729/30
To Thomas [ ] a certain parcel of land bounded with a branch on which my log house now stands.
To John Shaddock-parcel of land from that branch to the next branch all belonging to me, the branches being called the "Deep Branch".
All the rest of my land as far as the two thousand acres I leave to Mr. Daniel Delane [Daniel Dulany], living at Anoppilas. [Annapolis, Maryland]
To Easter Barrat, my house cuper(keeper)- one thousand pounds of tobacco to be paid out of my own tobacco house, my best bed and furniture, and she is not to be mistreated on my plantation during her life.
To little Mary Hughlett-a young cow and calf.
To John Shaddock-one small bed and furniture, one pot and pan. The said John Shaddock-to work for Easter Barrat two whole years.
Negro fellow Tom-to work for Ester two years,and then to Mr. Delane.
Rest of my estate of stock, household goods and cattle, to Ester Barrat during her life and then to Mr.Daniel Delane. Colonel Peter Presley, and Captain Samuel Blackwell9 executors, Witness: William Owens, Samuel Webb, and William Barrat.
[Daniel Dulany married Rebecca Smith d/o Walter]
===
1729-1737 Order Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 11
Smith, Thomas, will probated 18 March 1729/30, by William Owen and William Barrot.
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1729-1737 Order Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 19
Smith, Thomas, will probated 20 August 1730, by Major George Eskridge and Ester Barrot,
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1729-1737 Order Book Northumberland Co Va, (Lewis & Booker): Page 51
Smith, Thomas, will probated 15 March 1731/32, by Mottly Wildey the administrator, the executor refusing to act. 
Smith, Thomas (I119259)
 
80484 Thomas James (Jr.) married Grace Kirkham, widow, in Richmond Co. in Dec., 1714 (list of marriages, end of D. B. 6, 1711-14). He died in Richmond Co. in 1727, his will, dated April 27, 1727 and probated July 5, 1727, mentioning his wife Grace, and three children, Thomas, Jane, and Honor James. (W. B. 5, p. 78). The above records indicate that in addition to Thomas, Jr. and David James, Thomas James, Sr. and Mary his wife had a daughter Margaret, who married Luke Thornton, Jr. Luke Thornton, Jr. and Margaret his wife seem to have had four sons, William (b. ca. 1702), James (b. ca. 1704), Luke (b. ca. 1706), and Thomas (b. ca. 1710). Although William is the only proved son, evidence will be given later that the other three were also sons of this couple.
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(Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 5, pp. 243-44) An account of what
John Collins and Grace Kirkham have to depone or affirm concerning A VERBAL WILL WHICH THE DECEAST JOHN MORRISS made and departed this life 13 November last. Being at John Morriss’ house the day before he died, he as farr as they conceived (tho’ very sick) was in perfect sence and memory and required us to bear witness to a verball will which he then made. He gave to William Collins, son of John Collins, one heifer of three years old. He gave Vincent Wyatt, son of William Wyatt, one heifer of three years old. He gave TO HIS SONS Samuel Edward John CHARLES and William Morrisses each a cow and calfe AS THEY ATTAINED THE AGE OF TWENTY ONE YEARES. If there should happen any loss of John Morriss stock hereafter then they are to loose all equally and not their mother who is executrix. He gave to his son Robert a pair of deer skins and lastly appointed his wife Eliza. To be executrix.
/s/ John (X) Collins
Grace(X) Kirkham
24 Feb. 1713 (1714). Produced in Court by Elizabeth Morris. Proved by the
witness.
===
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA ORDER BOOK, 1712-1714 {Antient Press}: pg 80
Westmoreland County Court 24th of February 1713/14
- MORRIS's Will Nuncypative proved
The Last Will and Testament of JOHN MORRIS, deced., was presented into Court by his Relict, ELIZABETH, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths ofJOHN COLLINS and GRACE KIRKHAM, wittnesses thereto is admitt to Record, and upon motion ofELIZABETH and her performing what is usual in such cases, Certifycate is granted her for obtaining a Probat thereofin due form, and it is ordered thatJOHN LONGWORTH, JOHNREDMAN, PHILLIP SANDERS and SAMUEL MORRIS or any three of them being first sworn before one ofher Majties Justices for this County, doe some tyme before the next Court, value and appraise the Estate and make report thereof to the Courtt 
Kirkham, Grace (I030620)
 
80485 Thomas Jenings (of Rev. Henry, dec'd.late of St. Mary's Co.) and Rebecca Sanders (of Robert) m. 17 Jul 1732 Family F27979
 
80486 Thomas Jenkins & Mildred Atcherson 11-10-1787 Family F31641
 
80487 Thomas Jett, son of Francis jett (d. 1791) of Stafford Co. He married, Jan. 12, 1775, Lucinda Owens of St. Paul's Parish, now King George Co.
=== Contributed by Gay Edens Carrigan
DR. THOMAS JETT
Born: ca 1755, King George Co., VA
Died: 09 Sep 1832/33, Marietta, Washington Co., OH, 72y
Father: Francis Jett
Mother: Barsheba PORCH
(See The Porch Heirs in Stafford County, by William L. Deyo, Virginia Magazine of Genealogy Vol. 23 #3-17)

m (1): LUCENA OWENS, 12 Jan 1775, King George Co., VA
Born: 12 Jan 1755, King George Co., VA
Died: 11/15 Aug 1823, Washington Co., OH, 69y
Buried: Mound Cemetery, Marietta, OH
Father: Samuel Owens
Mother: Margaret Bryan/Bryant

m (2): MARY OGDEN, 09 Sep 1830, Wood Co., VA


Known Children, 1st Marriage:

Margaret Jett m Nathaniel Morehead, 23 Dec 1793, Fauquier Co., VA (my line)

Dr. Peter Jett, Jr.

Thomas H. Jett m (1) Elizabeth Posey, m (2) Phebe P. Obleness

Barsheba/Bathsheba m Walter Coe

Owen/Owens m Mary Cole

Lucena Jett. Single?

Samuel Jett

Apparently others, unknown at this time. All information documented.

===
Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/stafford/wills/j3000001.txt
URL title: Francis Jett's will....October 20, 1791 Stafford Co
Note:
In the name of God Amen I Francis Jett of Stafford County, Virginia, being sick and weak but of perfect sense and memory thanks be to God for it and knowing that it is once appointed for me to die, first I recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it to me, then my body to be buried in a Christian-like and decent manner at the discretion of my
executors hereafter mentioned wand with what little estate it has pleased God to bless me with, I give and dispose the same in manner following.
Item; I give unto my beloved wife Bathsheba Jett, all my whole estate during her natural life or widowhood.
Item: I give unto my son Francis Jett, all my land bought of John POLLARD up the branch that heads against Darby Sullivan's house.
Item: I give unto my son Berryman Jett, the following negros: Tom, Port, Jane and Billah, and if Francis Jett dies without a lawfully begotten heir, his land is to be devided between Peter and Berryman Jett, and if Peter dies without a lawful heir, his land is to be divided between Francis and Berryman Jett.
Item: I give unto my son John Jett one negro man Tom. Item:
I give unto my son Thomas Jett, 5 pounds.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 20th day of October, 1791. 
Jett, Thomas (I026001)
 
80488 Thomas Jr. m. April 1??, 1745, Catherine Hoe; issue
[1). George b. September 3, 1747.
(2). Thomas b. November 2, 1748.
(3). Isabel b. November 12, 1751.
===
Stafford Co VA Will Book 1729-1748; {Antient Press}: pp 20-22
In Name of God Amen I ELIAS HORE of Coty. of Stafford Gentn. being sick but of sound memnry, and being Desirous to avoid all Differences that may arise after my decease .. do make this my Last Will &. Testam't:
Imprimis I give my Precious soul to the almighty God and my body to the Grave .. As to the Worldly Estate .. after my just Debts and funeral charges paid Vizt.
Item I give all that Tract of Land whereon I now Dwell 462 acres & an half of an acre after the Decease of my Dear and loving Wife ISABELL HORE to my Dear and loving son ELIAS HORE and heirs and for default of such heirs to my right heirs at Law for ever. My true intent is that my wife shall have the said tract dureing her natural life paying the yearly Quitrents and then to revert & pass to my son Elias.
Item I give the Tracts belonging to me in Mattox to my dear and loving son WILLIAM HORE, and to heirs .. and for Default of such heirs to my son Elias, & heirs, default of such heirs to my right heir at Law for ever.
Item I give the Tract on Powells run to my dear and loving sons Elias and William Hore to be equally divided between them.
Item I give to my dear and Loving Wife Isabell Hore dureing her natural life the use and labour of following Slaves (5 named) and after her Decease to my sons Elias and William Hore and heirs. My true intent is that my said Wife dureing her natural life shall peaceably hold the aforesaid five Slaves but that they shall not by any manner of wayes or means be sold or conveyed away from my above named Sons and their heirs but that immediately after her Decease the Negroes and their Encrease then alive shall goe to my said Sons.
Item I give to my Son Elias & heirs the following Slaves (4 named) & default of such heirs to my loving son William Hore & heirs default of such heirs to my right heirs at Law.
Item I give to my Son William and heirs the Slaves Following (5 named) at Mattox and for Default of heirs to my sd. son Elias and heirs Default to such heirs to my right heirs at Law.
Item I give these following Slaves Great Dick. Sarahs Son Tom and Bess and her Encrease to my Loving Daughter KATHERINE HORE and heirs & for Default of Heirs to my two sons Elias and William Hore and heirs to be equally divided betwixt them.
Item. I give these following Slaves (3 named) to my Loving Daughter SARAH Hore and heirs .. Default of such heirs to my two sons ELIAS and WILLIAM .. Heirs .. to be equally divided betwixt them.
Item I give all the rest of Personal Estatte of what kind to my dear and Loving Wife ISABELL Hore and to my four children, Elias, William, KATHERINE & Sarah Hore to be equally divided betwixt them.
My will and true meaning is that my Executors shall not bring my Estate to an appraise- meat but that after my debts paid, the several Legacies be paid in Specie and the Legacies above mentioned my Desire likewise that the several Estates above mentioned shall be delivered to each of my children as soon as they shall arive to the full age of 18 years or the day of Marriage but that they shall not sell anv part of their Estate till they arive to full and compleat age of 21 years without the consent of my Executors hereafter named &. finally I make my Dear & loving wife Isabell Hore and my Loving Brother JAMES HORE my Sole Executors this 16th January In year 1729.
Presence inn,. Cooke, Alex. Scott, Elias Hore
Rawleigh Travers, John George,
Sarah Park, Gisne (no first name)
At Court held Stafford County 10th February 1730 Last Will of Elias Hore presented by Isabell Hore .. being proved .. admitted to record and on Motion of Isabell and James Hore granted for obtaining probate. 
Hore, Catherine (I017662)
 
80489 Thomas Jr. Walker: Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills
WD 8-78 Dorman p.23 WALKER, THOMAS, 11 Dec. 1726; 23 Feb. 1726. Sons James where I live and 30 acres to George and Thomas land 362 acres in Stafford ; sons Samuel, Willian and Hardidge Stafford; dau. Hannah land on Salisbury Plain in Stafford County; exrs. bro. George Walker; James and wife Lydia.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 78
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I THOMAS WALKER of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia being weak in body butt of perfect sence and memory, praised be to Almity God, doe make my Last Will and Testament in manner and forme hereafter following: First, I bequeath my Soul to Almity God my heavenly Father hopeing by the menus of my blessed Saviour to receive it again at my resurrection and my body I bequeath to the Earth from whence it came, to be decently buried by my, Executors heareafter named, and as to what worldly Estate it hath pleased Almity God to bestow upon me. I bequeath it as followeth:
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son, JAMES, the track of land and planttation as I nowe live on to him and his heires for ever, and Thirty akers of land by GEORGE WALKERs to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Son THOMAS, three hundred and Sixty two akers of land that lies by POTOMACK RUN in STAFFORD County, to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give to my Sons, SAMUELL, WILLIAM and HARDDIGE and to my Dafter, HANNAH. twelve hundred and seven akers of land in STAFFORD County lying upon the LICK RUN and SALISBURY PLAIN RUN, to them and their heirs for ever to be equaly devided.
Item. I give to my Wife. LIDYA my pacein Horse, Sharper, and side sadle and Negro Winne dureing my Wife's life. and after my Wife is deceased, I give Negro Winne and Horse to my Sun, JAMES:
Item. I give to my Son, JAMES, my Oval Table and all the rest of my moveable Estate that is not all ready given I desire to be equaly devided between my Wife and Six Children. My Will is that all my Children shall be free for themselves and enjoy their Estate att the age of seaventeen years ould agd.
Item. I constitute appoint & make my loving Wife, LIDYA WALKER, and my Son, JAMES and my Brother. GEORGE WALKER, my whole and soul Executors of this my Last Will and Testtament. As Witness my hand and seal December the 11th day in the year of our Lord 1726
Tested, Sined. Sealed in the presence of us
WILLIAM his mark LANE. THOS: WALKER
PETER his mark DUNKIN
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the said County the 23d. day of February 1726 The Last Will and Testament of THOMAS WALKER, deced., was presented into Court by LIDYA his Relict, and GEORGE WALKER. two of the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of WILLIAM LANE & PETER DUNKIN, the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, Cl Co. W.
Recorded the Fifteenth dy of March 1726 pr G. T. C. C. W.
On margin: Collo. & Capt. LEE's Deed to Capt. TURBERVILE)
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1735-1743 King George County Deed Book 2 (Antient Press); pp. 355-358
Indenture made 29th July 1740 between HENRY FITZHUGH of ye county of Stafford Esqr. and SAML. WALKER of ye county of King George Planter .. to farm lett .. 105 acres bounded by Chinn's line .. to hold during natural lives of Samuel Walker, ANNE WALKER his wife and WILLIAM WALKER his son or longest liver .. paying every year Feast of St. Luke being the 18th of October ye Neat sum of Five hundred pounds of Tobacco & Cask the sd Tobacco to be made upon land and from thence rolled to such convenient Rolling Houses or Warehouse on ye watersides .. also four Hens capons or Pullets .. within three years plant 50 apple trees .. keep all buildings in repair ..
Presence William Allison,
Henry Fitzhugh
Thomas Leigh, Dan'l. Neale
Memorandum - It is agreed .. that at any time ye said Samuel Walker shall have Liberty to change or Renew a Life he paying down a years Rent for ye same ..
At a court held 5th June 1741 .. Lease recorded. 
Walker, Samuel (I025855)
 
80490 Thomas Jr. Walker: Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills
WD 8-78 Dorman p.23 WALKER, THOMAS, 11 Dec. 1726; 23 Feb. 1726. Sons James where I live and 30 acres to George and Thomas land 362 acres in Stafford ; sons Samuel, Willian and Hardidge Stafford; dau. Hannah land on Salisbury Plain in Stafford County; exrs. bro. George Walker; James and wife Lydia.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 78
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I THOMAS WALKER of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia being weak in body butt of perfect sence and memory, praised be to Almity God, doe make my Last Will and Testament in manner and forme hereafter following: First, I bequeath my Soul to Almity God my heavenly Father hopeing by the menus of my blessed Saviour to receive it again at my resurrection and my body I bequeath to the Earth from whence it came, to be decently buried by my, Executors heareafter named, and as to what worldly Estate it hath pleased Almity God to bestow upon me. I bequeath it as followeth:
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son, JAMES, the track of land and planttation as I nowe live on to him and his heires for ever, and Thirty akers of land by GEORGE WALKERs to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Son THOMAS, three hundred and Sixty two akers of land that lies by POTOMACK RUN in STAFFORD County, to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give to my Sons, SAMUELL, WILLIAM and HARDDIGE and to my Dafter, HANNAH. twelve hundred and seven akers of land in STAFFORD County lying upon the LICK RUN and SALISBURY PLAIN RUN, to them and their heirs for ever to be equaly devided.
Item. I give to my Wife. LIDYA my pacein Horse, Sharper, and side sadle and Negro Winne dureing my Wife's life. and after my Wife is deceased, I give Negro Winne and Horse to my Sun, JAMES:
Item. I give to my Son, JAMES, my Oval Table and all the rest of my moveable Estate that is not all ready given I desire to be equaly devided between my Wife and Six Children. My Will is that all my Children shall be free for themselves and enjoy their Estate att the age of seaventeen years ould agd.
Item. I constitute appoint & make my loving Wife, LIDYA WALKER, and my Son, JAMES and my Brother. GEORGE WALKER, my whole and soul Executors of this my Last Will and Testtament. As Witness my hand and seal December the 11th day in the year of our Lord 1726
Tested, Sined. Sealed in the presence of us
WILLIAM his mark LANE. THOS: WALKER
PETER his mark DUNKIN
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the said County the 23d. day of February 1726 The Last Will and Testament of THOMAS WALKER, deced., was presented into Court by LIDYA his Relict, and GEORGE WALKER. two of the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of WILLIAM LANE & PETER DUNKIN, the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, Cl Co. W.
Recorded the Fifteenth dy of March 1726 pr G. T. C. C. W.
On margin: Collo. & Capt. LEE's Deed to Capt. TURBERVILE)
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 97-99
THIS INDENTURE made the 20th and 21st day of July in the Twenty fourth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the second and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty Between THOMAS WALKER of the Parish of Hamilton in the County of Prince William Blacksmith of one part & JOSEPH NEAVILL of the Parish & County aforesaid Planter of other part Witnesseth that said THOMAS WALKER for the sum of Forty pounds Current money hath sold unto the said JOSEPH NEAVILL his heirs and assigns a parcel of land containing Two hundred and Six acres whereon the said THOMAS WALKER now lives being in Prince William County it being the one half of Four hundred and Twelve acres of land taken up and PATTENTED by JOHN HUDNALL of the County of NORTHUMBERLAND and this said moiety or one half herein conveyed was purchased by THOMAS WALKER from said JOHN HUDNALL and the other half was purchased by JAMES WALKER Brother to the said THOMAS WALKER and by them equally divided by a dividing line as Followeth Beginning at a red Oak marked I W. Corner to WILLIAM FAIRFAX Esqr, and JEFFRY JOHNSON standing on the North side of CEADER RUN and extending thence South West to a double Chesnutt in the line of JEFFRY JOHNSON Son of JOHN JOHNSON together with all houses and appurtenances belonging all which premises are now in the actual possession of the said JOSEPH NEAVILL by virtue of a bargain & Sale for one year and by Virtue of the statute for trans- ferring uses into possession To Have and To Hold the said parcel of land unto JOSEPH NEAVILL his heirs and assigns for ever, In Witness whereof the said THOMAS WALKER hath set his hand and seale
in presence of CHARLES CHINN, THOMAS WALKER
THOS. MACHEN, ABRAHAM DALE
At a Court held for the County of Prince William the 23d day of July 1750
THOMAS WALKER acknowledged this Release & Receipt which are admitted to record URSULA the Wife of the said THOMAS being first privately examiend relinquished her right of dower
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Prince William County, Virginia Deeds {Antient Press}: Liber M; 1749 - 1752; pp 128-131
THIS INDENTURE made the twenty fifth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty Between JAMES WALKER of the Parish of Hamilton and County of Prince William of one part and EPHRAIM HUBBARD of LANCASTER COUNTY of other part Witnesseth that said JAMES WALKER for the sum of Fifty pounds Ten shillings bath sold unto the said EPHRAIM HUBBARD two hundred and six acres of land now in the actual possession of the said EPHRAIM HUBBARD by virtue of an Indenture of Bargain and Sale for one year and of the statute for transferring uses into possession situate in the Parish of Hamilton and County of Prince William and bounded beginning at a red Oak corner to JEFFRY JOHNSON, WILLIAM FAIRFAX & JOSEPH NEAVILL thence No. Wt. to a red Oak by the THOROWFAIR thence No. Wt, craws in the Run to a Corner tree on the South side of ye RAPPAHANNOCK MOUNTAIN thence S. Wt. to a Hickory & white Oak thence S. Et, to a double Chesnut corner to JOSEPH NEAVIL thence along said NEAVILs line to the beginning containing Two hundred & six acres of land to Have and To Hold unto the said EPHRM. HUBBARD his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the party have fixed his hand & seale
in presence of JESSE CARTER, JAMES WALKER
JOHN FARROW, HENRY MUFFITT
At a Court continued & held for the County of Prince William the 27 day of November 1750 JAMES WALKER acknowledged this Release & Receipt to be his acts and deed which are admitted to record and MARY the Wife of the said JAMES being first privately examined relinquished her right of dower 
Walker, James (I085271)
 
80491 Thomas Jr. Walker: Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills
WD 8-78 Dorman p.23 WALKER, THOMAS, 11 Dec. 1726; 23 Feb. 1726. Sons James where I live and 30 acres to George and Thomas land 362 acres in Stafford ; sons Samuel, Willian and Hardidge Stafford; dau. Hannah land on Salisbury Plain in Stafford County; exrs. bro. George Walker; James and wife Lydia.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEEDS & WILLS. No. 8. Part 1; 1723-1738 {Antient Press}: pp 78
IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen, I THOMAS WALKER of the County of Westmoreland in Virginia being weak in body butt of perfect sence and memory, praised be to Almity God, doe make my Last Will and Testament in manner and forme hereafter following: First, I bequeath my Soul to Almity God my heavenly Father hopeing by the menus of my blessed Saviour to receive it again at my resurrection and my body I bequeath to the Earth from whence it came, to be decently buried by my, Executors heareafter named, and as to what worldly Estate it hath pleased Almity God to bestow upon me. I bequeath it as followeth:
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Son, JAMES, the track of land and planttation as I nowe live on to him and his heires for ever, and Thirty akers of land by GEORGE WALKERs to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give & bequeath to my Son THOMAS, three hundred and Sixty two akers of land that lies by POTOMACK RUN in STAFFORD County, to him and his heires for ever.
Item. I give to my Sons, SAMUELL, WILLIAM and HARDDIGE and to my Dafter, HANNAH. twelve hundred and seven akers of land in STAFFORD County lying upon the LICK RUN and SALISBURY PLAIN RUN, to them and their heirs for ever to be equaly devided.
Item. I give to my Wife. LIDYA my pacein Horse, Sharper, and side sadle and Negro Winne dureing my Wife's life. and after my Wife is deceased, I give Negro Winne and Horse to my Sun, JAMES:
Item. I give to my Son, JAMES, my Oval Table and all the rest of my moveable Estate that is not all ready given I desire to be equaly devided between my Wife and Six Children. My Will is that all my Children shall be free for themselves and enjoy their Estate att the age of seaventeen years ould agd.
Item. I constitute appoint & make my loving Wife, LIDYA WALKER, and my Son, JAMES and my Brother. GEORGE WALKER, my whole and soul Executors of this my Last Will and Testtament. As Witness my hand and seal December the 11th day in the year of our Lord 1726
Tested, Sined. Sealed in the presence of us
WILLIAM his mark LANE. THOS: WALKER
PETER his mark DUNKIN
Westmoreland ss. At a Court held for the said County the 23d. day of February 1726 The Last Will and Testament of THOMAS WALKER, deced., was presented into Court by LIDYA his Relict, and GEORGE WALKER. two of the Executors therein named, who made Oath thereto and being proved by the Oaths of WILLIAM LANE & PETER DUNKIN, the witnesses thereto, is admitted to Record
Test G. TURBERVILE, Cl Co. W.
Recorded the Fifteenth dy of March 1726 pr G. T. C. C. W.
On margin: Collo. & Capt. LEE's Deed to Capt. TURBERVILE) 
Walker, Hannah (I085272)
 
80492 Thomas Keirkly 16.188 I SM £62.10.0 Mar 26 1698
Appraisers: Stephen Gough, James Greenwell.
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John Bayle 16.191 I SM £13.17.0 Dec 11 1698
Appraisers: Thomas Kerkly (deceased when inventory filed), Richard Vowles
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Bartholomew Merry 16.207 I {SM} £1.15.6 Apr 30 1698
(also Bartholomew Murry). The amount of the inventory also included #3295.
Appraisers: Peter Peake, William Bannister.
List of debts: Charles Dart, Thomas Kerkley. 
Kirkley, Thomas (I042942)
 
80493 Thomas King 40.107 CA £98.7.0 Jul 4 1749 Aug 14 1749
Appraisers: William Hardesty Richard Gibson.
Creditors: Thomas Reynolds, James Miles.
Next of kin: Isabella Hollandshead.
Administrator: Charles King. 
King, Isabella (I100746)
 
80494 thomas knight appears to the the second husband of Mary by the way he mentions "her" grandchildren in his will.
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1706-1713 Order Book Part 2 - Northumberland Co Va; Hamrick: Pg 632
Northumberland County Court - 15th day of Feb. 1710
Probate of the Last Will and Testament of THOMAS KNIGHT deceased is granted to MARY KNIGHT the said Will being proved by the Oath of JOHN BURNE One of the Witnesses thereto and the same is Admitted to Record.
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1706-1711 Deed-Will Book - Northumberland Co Va; (Antient Press): Page 43
N THE NAME OF GOD, Amen, the first day of October 1700, I THOMAS KNIGHT of the County of Northumberid. in the Colony of Virga:, Planter, being a little indisposed in body but of sound and perfect memory (thanks be to Almighty God for the same), and calling to mind the uncertaine Estate of this transitory life, and that all flesh must yield unto death when it shall please God to call, and being desirous to settle things in order doe make this my Last Will & Testamt. in manner and forme following; Revokeing & absolutely unwilling by these pr:sents all & every Testamt. or Testamts. Will or Wills heretofore by me made & declared either by Word or Writing and this to be taken only for my last Will & Testamt. & nowe the first, I bequeath my Soule to Almighty God my Maker & to Jesus Christ my Redeemer to ye Holy Ghost my Sanctifier and my body to the Earth from whence it came to be buryed in such decent & Christian manner as to my Exerx, shall be thought meet & convenient, there to rest until! my Soule and Body shall meet againe and be joyned together agt, the joyfull resurrection & be made partakers of ye never fadeing joys of immortallity, which God in mercy through the merrits of Jesus Christ above hath promised & prepared for all those that truely and unforgivedly repent & believe in him, & touching such temporal! Estate as the Lord hath pleased Farr above my deserts to bestow upon me, I doe order give and bequeath & dispose the same in manner and forme following:
Imprs. I give & bequeath unto my Deare and Loveing Wife, MARY KNIGHT, all my whole Estate real! & personall moveables and immoveables dureing her naturall life in case shee doe not marrey, but if shee should marrey, then my Will is that my whole personal Estate be forthwith divided into four equal! parts (that is to say) betweene her three Grand Children (vizt.) LINSFEILD, JOHN & MARY SHARP, each of them to have equally share & proporcon of all my personal Estate with their Grandmother, And I doe likewise order that the Childrens three parts may be managed for ye good of them by the advise of my good Friend. Mr. HANCOCK LEE whome I appoint Overseer in Trust, together with my Wife.
Item I give & bequeath unto LINCEFEILD SHARP, Six hundred twenty & five acres of land lying & being in RICHMOND County, five miles above the FALLS of RAPPAK: RIVER on the North side of it being ye moyety or one halfe of a tract of land of Twelve hundred & fifty acres taken up & Patented by me, the sd, moyety or halfe part to him & his heires for ever:
Item. I give & bequeath the other moyety or halfe part of the said Twelve hundred and fifty acres of land to JNO: SHARP & his heires for ever;
Item. My Will is that LINSFEILD SHARP upon Division have the lower part next to ye Maine Runn of RAPPAK & JOHN SHARP ye part which I have seated on;
Item. My Will is that LINSFEILD & JOHN SHARP doe equally contribute towards ye buying of a young likely Negro woman not exceeding Twenty yeares of age & to deliver ye same to MARY SHARPE in liew of Two hundred acres of land intended for her when shee comes to the age or day of Marriage which shall first happen;
Item. My Will is that all my just debts be paid withall convenient speed after my decease and Lastly I make constitute ordaine & appoint my Deare and Loveing Wife, MARY KNIGHT, sole Executrx. of this my Last Will & Testaint. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the day & yeare first above written
Wittnessed by us ROBT: JONES,
JOHN BURN, his mark, THOMAS KNIGHT, seale
DAVID DICKEY. his mark
Die Febry 15. 1709/10 This Will was prov'd in Northumberld. County Court to be ye Last Will & Testamt of THOMAS KNIGHT, deced., by the Oath of JOHN BURNS, one of ye witnesses of the sd. Will, and is admitted to Record
Test THO. HOBSON, Cl Cur 
Knight, Mary MNU (I088161)
 
80495 Thomas Knighton and Mary Lockwood m. 8 Oct 1723. Family F21581
 
80496 Thomas Lane
The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 2 (Oct., 1909), pp. 104-105
(article consists of 2 pages)
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Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills ORDER BOOK, 1656-1664
Smith, Toby. 20 Dec., 1657. No date of probate. Land where I lived, called Rockingham, to my son - after the decease of his mother; to my son Henry; to my friend Henry Soane; to friend Col. Francis Morrison; to Thomas Lane; to my youngest children; my eldest son and my daughter -; witnesses Neale Peterson, John Lacey, John Warner.
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CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS PATENT BOOK No. 5; Pg 463
THOMAS LANE, 1000 acs. N'thumberland Co., 26 July 1665, p. 212, (113). Ely. upon land of Mr. George Fletcher, decd., Sly. on branch of Dennis Cr. dividing this from land of Mr. Rich. Budd. Granted to Andrew Bayer (or Boyer) 21 Oct. 1662 & assigned to sd. Thomas Land.
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XXXii. CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS: ANCIENT PLANTERS: INTRODUCTION

The following list includes those who are known to have come to Virginia before the close of the year 1616, survived the massacre, appear in the Muster of 1624/5 as then living in Virginia, and to most of whom the term "Ancient Planter" may with justification be applied.

Thomas Lane. Aged 30, In the Treasurer, 1613.
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1662-1666 Deed & Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 120
To all &c., Whereas &c., Now know yee that I the sd: FRANCIS MORYSON Esqr. &c. accordingly give & grant unto ANDREW BOYER One thousand acres of Land scituate in the County of Northumberland abutting & bounding Easterly upon the Land of Mr. GEORGE FLETCHER deced., Southerly on a Branch of DENNIS his CREEKE, deviding this land from the land of Mr. RICHD: BUDD, the two opposite sides uppon the maine woods; which sd; land being formerly granted unto JOHN FOSSETT, FREEMAN CONAWAY & JOHN HOWARD by Pattent dated the 13th of October 1653 and by them deserted & is now granted to the sd. BOYER by order of the Governor & Councell dated the third day of December 1659; And is due unto him by & for the transportacon of Twenty p:sons into this Collony whose names are all in the Records mentioned under this Pat- tent; To have & to hold &c., Dated the 21th of October 1662
FRANCIS MORYSON THO: LUDWELL, Secr.
KNOWE ALL MEN by these pr:sents that I ANDREW BOYER of Virginia in the County of Northumberland, Planter, for a valuable consideracon in hand reced., doe assigne all my right of this Pattent unto THOMAS LANE of the same County to him his heires & assignes; Further I SARAH BOYER, the now Wife of the abovesd: ANDREW BOYER doe appont SYMON DUDSON to be my lawfull Attorney to acknowledge my right to sd. land it being a thousand acres ( ) to THOMAS LANE; In Witness I have set my hand & sealethis third of March 1663
Sealed & delivered in the pr:sence of
JOHN CAPSHER (?) SARAH BOYER her marke ye Seale
JOHN BAXTON
8th March 1663. This Lre, of Attorney was recorded
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1662-1666 Deed & Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 157
Virginia Northumberland County. Know you yt: I MARTHA MORRIS of ye County supra writen, ye Widdow & Relict of NICH:MORRIS, lately deced., for diverse good causes & consideracons but more especially for ye good will & Motherly affection which I have to my Son, ANT: MORRIS, have freely & clearly given & doe by these p:sents freely & absolutely give & bestow upon my sd: Son the goods chattels & moveables as fol: to say: seaven head of Neste Cattle, vizt. one Cow called Brindle & her Calfe, as alsoe Ten yews, one Ram, & a weather, wth: one halfe of all my hogs according to quantity & quality, 3 pewter dishes, 1 1/2 doz: porringers, one pewter cup & pot, a feather bed bolster pillow, 3 ruggs, one iron pott & pot hookes, 2 guns & a pistol!, as likewise at his ye sd; ANTONYs day of Marriage, or my decease (wch: he will of those times) one bed coweninge wth: Qu: Eliza: Armes, thereon, one Turkey Carpett, one great brasse kettle & one small table & forme now in my possession; & then to be to him deliverd: likewise two red steares 2 yeares old & upwards, one steare a yeare old & above, one red heyfer & a cow calfe, all wth: (as before esprest) I doe give to my Son his heyres & assignes for ever; In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seale ye 15th July 1665
In ye p:sence of NICK PARIS, MARTHA MORRIS
JOHN HANEY
Ye Kettle above named to be delivd: at ye time of ye sd: MARTHA's decease.
KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents yt: I THO: LANE doe hereby bind my selfe in penalty & forfeitum of Ten thousand pounds of good Tob: in cask yt: by reason or cause of MARIAGE vth: ye sd: MARTHA MORRIS, wthin menconed, I will not at any time either by my selfe or my heyres or any other p:sons for me or them clayme or demand any of ye p:missed goods or chattells wth :in given unto her Son, ANTONY MORRIS & his heyres, Firs, &c., Witness in yt: behalfe entered or p:secute any suit or suits at Law but at all times to stand to & allow of ye same as valid & authentique; Witness my hand & sealeye 15 July 1665
Witnesse NICH: PARRIS THO: LANE ye Seale
JOHN HANEY
6th 7br: 1665, Recordatur
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 3 - 1663-1668; Antient Press: pg 466-468
TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I WM. LOID of the County of Rappa. Gent. Send Greetings. KNOW YEE that I the sd Wm. Loid for & in consideration of two thousand pounds of good sound Merchantable Tobo: Leafe to me in hand paid by THOMAS LANE of the said County Planter doe bargaine and sell unto the said Thomas Lane his heires two hundred acres of land be the same more or less being part of a greater Patt scituate lying and being in the County of Rappa. and Begining at a marked pocikry standing on the West side of a Spring Branch next the land of JOHN BRATHWAITE wch said branch issueth into a Runn called MANOK IN from thence crossing several branches and runing West to a red oake standing in a lyne that partes this land and the land of Mr. BOYES from thence So:W: & So: by a lyne of trees that divides this land and FRANCIS SETLEs land to a marked pocikry finally E: by the land of John Brothwaite to the marked pocikry where it begann To Have and To Hold the sd 200 acres of land together wth all rites and privilidges thereunto belonging to him the said Thomas Lane his heirs with Warranty from the Dower of my Wife MARY LOID he the sd Thomas Lane paying all Dues that shall be demanded for Quitrents to his Maties Order or Substitutes, and I the said Win Loid doe hereby covenant with the said Thomas Lane that I shall from time to time and at all times hereafter during the terme of seaven years at the Request and at the cost and charges in the Law of the said Thomas Lane doe & make such further and other convayances in the Law for the Better of further assuring of the premises IN WITTNESS whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and Seale the first day of July Ano Dom 1668.
In Presents of JOHN BUCKNER Will: Loid
FRA: SETLE Mary Loid
Recognit in Cur Com Rappa Primo Die Julii 1668
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1670-1672 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 165
BEE IT KNOWNE unto all men yt: I MARTHA LANE, Wife of THOMAS LANE, doe freely & of my owne consent resigne all my Right & Title of Dower unto that halfe of the Mill sold by my Husband unto DAVID WHITTFORD his heirs & assigner for ever; As Wittness my hand this 28th of March 1671
Wittnesses JOHN ROBERTS, sign MARTHA LANE
SAM GOCKE
25th March Acknowledged in Northumberld. County Curt: by ye sd. MARTHA
(On margin: MARTHA LANE her consent to ye sale of ye halfe of a Mill sold by her Husband to DA: WHITFORD. See fol. 89 huius libris)
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1670-1672 Northumberland County, Virginia Deed & Wills {Antient Press} pp 221
TO ALL TO WHOM these prsents shall come THOMAS LAINE of GREAT WICOMICO in County of Northumberland in Virga Tailor sendeth Greeting: Know ye I the said THOMAS LAINE for divers causes & valuable consideracons sell unto DAVID WHITFOORD of EDINBURGH in SCOTLAND. Merchant, one messuage or tract of land containing Five hundred acres. sold unto THOMAS BREWER to ANDREW BOUER & WM THATCHER. & from them to JNO ESSEX, and from JNO ESSEX to me. THOMAS LAINE bounding Southerly upon DENNIS his CREEKE upon his land wch ye sd BREWER reserves for himselle is now in ye possession of JNO MATONNE Northerly towards the land of HUGHLET wch is now EZEKIELL GENESIS & Westerly upon ye Maine Woods wth all Ye appurtenances to ye sd Land To have & w hold ye sd Five hundred acres of land wth • all pro fitts unto him ye sd DAVID WHITFOORD his heires: and further I ye sd THOMAS LAINE doe reserve to myselfe one moietie or halfe parte of the WATER MILNE upon ye sd Lands wth. all profitts wch ye sd THOMAS LAINE granted to ye sd WHITFOORD in accon of suite of ye other halfe of ye sd. MILNE and further I ye sd. THOMAS LANE doe by these prsents granted ye sd DAVID WHITFOORD his heirs that ye tract of land shall remaine clear of all claimes and further 1 the sd. THOMAS LAINE doe binde my selfe in tour thousand pounds of tobaccoe in cask to ye sd DAVID WHITFOORD y my selfe and my Wife. MARTHA LAINE, shall acknowledge this in Curt: upon demand. 1 doe hereunto sett my hand this first day of Novembr. one thousand six hundred seaventv & one Sealed delivered in ye pr sence of
PATRIARCH INGLES THO. LAINE
SAMLL. GOCHE
KNOW ALL MEN yt I THO LAINE for a valuable consideracon doe relinquish all yt moiette Of halfe parte of ye MILNE wch. reserved to my selle in ye above written of Sale to ye above sd. DAVID WHITFOORD &. doe bind my selfe mys heires confirme & make good ye sale of ye hallo parte of ve sd. MILNE wth. all prolitts unto him ve sd, DAVID WHITFOORD and doe warrant ye same from claimes by me my heires or anypersons wLsoever, for confirmacon of these prmisses I doe hereunto sett my hand & seale this 15th of Janry 1671/2
Sealed delivered in ye pr:sence of
SAML GOCHE THO LAINE ye seale
I MARTHA LAINE Wife of the above menconed THOMAS LAINE doe freely and of my own- accord agree to these Deeds of Bargaine and Sale above written & doe qualifie WM. FLOWER to be my Attorny to acknowledge these same in Northumberland County Curt Witnesse my hand & seale this 16th of Janry: 1671/72
Sealed & delivered in ye prsence of
SAM. GOCHE. MARTHA LAINE
EM): ENGLISH
17 Janry 1671. Recog. et Record
ENOW ALL MEN by these prsents. yt• I THOMAS LAINE of ye County of Northumberld Tayler doe appointe WM FLOWER my lave full Attorny to demand or release alcquitt or discharge any manor of persons alsoe•to compound any debt or deeds of sale by mee signed to any manner of person in ye Cort: of Northumberld.. wch: is to be ye sixteenth day of this instant. January, & wt. my sd. Attorny shall doe I doe bind my selfe to ratifie. Witness my hand & seale this 17th Janry 1671/72
Teste JNO HARRIS, JAMES SCOTT THO. LAINE ye seale
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1670-1672 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 197
NOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I ROBERT BURRELL of GREAT WICKOCOMICOE RIVER in ye County of Northumberld. Chirurgeon, have sold unto WILLIAM BARRY his heires all that part of my dividend of land that lyeth to ye South & South East & South West from that Neck of Land that VALENTINE MUNSLOW now dwelleth upon: to the bounds of CLEMENT LATEMORE on ye one side, Mr. THO: WILLIAMS on ye other side, HENRY HUSKE & JNO: BOWEN on ye other side; To have & to hold wth; warranty the sd, land unto ye sd BARRY his heires to he quietly enjoyed by him without any trouble by any p:sons whatsoever; as I have done this Eighteene yeares by vercue of my Pattent bought from Mr. NICHOLAS MORRIS. As Wittness my hand & seale this 20th of Septr 1671
Signed sealed and delivered in ye pr:sence of
WM: BRERETON ROBERT BURRELL ye seale
CLEMENT LATEMORE
20th Septr 1671 Recog in Cur p ROBT: BURRELL
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1670-1672 Deed-Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 197-198
I JOHN BURRELL, ye Son of ROBERT BURRELL, having most haynously offended God & my Father, first against God by sinning against his divine majesty & against my Father in so fidiously to make a false Deed of Gift for all that ever my Father hath to be conferr'd upon mee, that through instigacon of THOMAS LANE, hee for bringing a false Deed to have ye one halfe of my Fathers whole Estate, for confirmacon whereof hee ye sd. LANE hath gotten under my hand & seale and for ye better bringing this project to pass, there was an Agreemt. betwixt me & LANE yt. I was to seve him one whole yeare for Eighteene hundred pounds of tobaccoe & caske, & wee must goe to my Father to gett his hand to that Agreemt. & carryed two bottles of Strong Waters wth: us of purpose to make my Father drunk & then to p:suade him to put his hand to the Agreemt., wch: if hee id condiscend to doe, then hee being drunk the false Deed of Gift should be put downe for my Father to sett his hand & seale, but failing of our purposes though my Father was gone Farr in drinke, hee the sd. LANE caused mee to counterfeit my Fathers hand and yt: vaillain hath taken his Oath yt: it was my Fathers hand notwithstanding hee saw mee write it wth:my owne hand: Therefore I doe hereby absolutely & unfeignedly renounce any right title or interest in ye false Deed od Gift any more then what my deare & loving Father shall be pleased to bestow upon mee when it shall please God to put him in yt: minde, And I desire & humbly pray this Worp11. Cort' to grant unto my Father as much priviledge to dispose of his Estate in as large & ample manner hence forward as ever he could before ye counterfeiting of ye false Deed of Gift. As Wittness my hand & seale this 10th day of August 1671
Wittnesses WM BARRY, JOHN BURRELL, ye seale
CLEMT. LATEMORE
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1669-1673 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 169
Northumberland County Court 20th of February 1672/1673
- Whereas MARTHA, ye Wife of THOMAS LANE, hath peticoned this Cort: for such mainteyance by a Bond under ye hand & seale of ye said THOMAS dated ye 4th of 8ber: 1672, he was obliged; It is ordered yt: ye Sherriffe secure ye sd. LANE untill he give sufficient security to allow such mainteynance to his said Wife as in ye sd. Bond is exprest, & yt: ye Estate yt: ye sd. LANE hath in this Country be alsoe secured untill ye condicon of ye sd. Bond be p:formed
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1674-1677 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 210-211
Northumberland County Court 22nd of October 1674
- MARTHA LANE against the Estate of her Husband Whereas a Bond under the hand and seale of THOMAS LANE for ten thousand pounds of tobacco was proved in this Court wherein THOMAS LANE did oblidge himselfe to provide for his Wife, MARTHA LANE, on penalty of paying the sume and whereas the Feofee for MARTHA LANE did obtaine an Attachment against the Estate of THOMAS LANE for the sume, THOMAS LANE being departed out of the Country without complying with the condition of the Bond, which Attachment was returned executed on the Estate of THOMAS LANE in the hands of ANTHONY MORRICE and Mr. WILLIAM THOMAS, Judgment is granted MARTHA LANE against ANTHONY MORRICE for the Estate of THOMAS LANE attached as aforesaid, itt not exceeding the sume of ten thousand pounds of tobacco which sume JOHN PAINE did make Oath in Court was the penalty of the Bond, and for what shall appeare due to MARTHA LANE in the hands of WILLIAM THOMAS attached as aforesaid ordered the whole doth not exceed the sume of ten thousand pounds with costs als Execution
- LANE against THOMAS Whereas itt appeares to this Court that there is due to THOMAS LANE from WILLIAM THOMAS fourteene hundred twenty two pounds of tobacco and caske in part for a Bill of three thousand one hundred seventy two pounds of tobacco and whereas the tobacco is attached in the hands of WILLIAM THOMAS by MARTHA, the Wife of THOMAS LANE, Judgment is granted MARTHA LANE against WILLIAM THOMAS for the same
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Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 5, Part II - 1674-1676; Antient Press: pg 194-195
TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE I THOMAS LANE of the Coun of Rappa Planter send greeting &c. Know yee that I the said THOMAS LANE for and in consideration of foure thousand pounds of good sound merchantabl tobacco sweet seened in cask to me in hand paid by DANIEL JACKSON and ELIAS BAYLEY of the County of MIDDLESEX Planters the Receipt I doe hereby acknowledge have granted unto the said DANIEL JACKSON & ELIAS BAYLEY their heirs & assigns Two hundred acres of land which said land I the said THOMAS LANE formerly bought of Mr. WILLIAM LOYD as pr survey and upon record bearing date the first day of July 1668 may appear being in the County of Rappa & on the North side of the River beginning at a marked pockikery standing on the West side of a Spring Branch next the land of JOHN BRADWAIT wch said Branch issueth into a Runn called MANOKIN from thence running into the woods No. E. to a red Oake thence crossing severall branches & running West to a red Oake standing in a line that parts this land and the land of WILLIAM BOWYER from thence S. W. by a line of trees that devides this land of FRANCIS SETTLEs land to a marked Pockikery finally Ea. by the land of JOHN BRAITHWAIT to the marked pockikery where it began To have and hold the said land together with all rights and privilidges whatsoever belonging to them the said ELIAS BAYLEY and DANIEL JACKSON their heirs and assigns forevermore from me the said THOMAS LANE my heirs and assigns as also from all persons whatsoever claiming wth warranty from the Dower of my Wife JANE LANE they the sd DANIEL JACKSON and ELIAS BAYLEY paying all dues that shall be demanded for quit rents to his Majesties order and I the said THOMAS LANE doe hereby promise that I at all times hereafter during the tearm of Seaven years at the Request and at the cost & charge in the Law of the said DANIEL JACKSON and ELIAS BAYLEY make such further conveyance in the Law for the better or further assuring of the premises as by the Council learned in the Law of said ELIAS BAYLEY or DANIEL JACKSION their heirs or assigns shall bee required In Witness I have hereunto sett my hand & seale this 31 day of December 1673
in presence of us JOHN FLEMING, THOMAS LANE
THOMAS HARWAR JANE LANE
Aprill the 14 1674 This day the within written conveyance was acknowledged by THOMAS LANE to DANIEL JACKSON & ELIAS BAYLEY to the full intents and purposes within expressed before us SAML. GRIFFIN
WILLIAM TRAVERSE
Recordatr xx die Aprilis 1674
KNOW ALL MEN that I JANE LANE the Wife of THOMAS LANE appoint my well beloved Friend Mr. THOMAS HARWAR of the County of Rappa to acknowledge my title and interest of Two hundred acres of land lying on the South side of RAPPA CREEKE bounding upon JOHN BRAITHWAIT and FRANCIS SETTLE unto DANIEL JACKSON from me my heirs or assigns unto the aforesaid DANIELL JACKSON his heirs or assigns As Witness my hand and seale this 31st day of March 1674
Testes WILLIAM TALBUTT, JANE LANE
HENRY MANDELEY
Recordatr 17 die Aprilis 1674
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1674-1677 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 237
Northumberland County Court 18th of August 1675
HAYNIE's Comm of Admon upon LANE's Estate that whereas THOMAS LANE some time ago hath dyed in Delaware Bay [or poynts adjacent] and his Wife surviving him the Thirds of his Estate became her legall right and she departing this life about ye 12th of April last ye right of her Estate (ye aforesaid Thirds] personall revolved unto her Children of which your Petitioner's Wife is one and whereas your Petitioner hath a present opportunity to send to ye Delaware Bay in quest of this Estate there where his Widdowes Dower must be had [or noe where] your Petitioner therefore humbly prayes Order of Administration on ye Estate of THOMAS LANE and he shall pray &c.
August ye 23d 1675. This Petition is granted giving security according to Law ST. LEGER CODD, WILLIAM PRESLY
PETER PRESLY, THOMAS MATTHEW
- JOHN HAYNIE and JOHN HUGHLETT doe oblige themselves in the penall sume of forty thousand pounds of tobacco yt JOHN HAYNIE duly administer according to Law 
Lane, Thomas (I041704)
 
80497 Thomas Lawson married Margaret Stepto 1 January 1735 in Northumberland County, VA. Family F32275
 
80498 Thomas Lee & Anne Probart Married Jan'y y' 6 1725. Family F37735
 
80499 Thomas Legitt 8.349 I CA S23.7.10 Mar 24 1684
Appraisers: Cornelius Watkinson, George Heath.
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Thomas Leidget 8.473 A CA £23.7.10 #8296 Jul 28 1685
Payments to: Baker Brooke, Richard Gardiner, executors of Ashcombe.
Administratrix: Julian Powell, wife of John Powell.

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Thomas Legatt patented " Parnassus ", 75 ac. (Resurrection 100) 12/31/1680 which was in the possession of his widow in 1707 (Chr. of SM).

Chr. of SM, she possessed " Parnassus ", 75 ac. (Resurrection 100) in 1707 as Juliann Whitter.

She poss. 112 1/2 ac. "LLFCAL" in Resurrection 100 in 1707 which was patented by Thomas Truman, 8/1/1679 (Chr. of SM).
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St. Mary's County Circuit Court
Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

Parnassus, 200 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Thompson, James 1665 Patent Record 7, p. 625 0 0 MSA S 1598-2648
Parnassus, 200 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Thompson, James 1665 Patent Record 7, p. 625 0 0 MSA S 1598-2649
Parnassus, 75 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Ledgate, Thomas 1683 Patent Record 21, p. 287 0 0 MSA S 1598-2650
Parnassus, 75 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Ledgate, Thomas 1683 Patent Record SD A, p. 35 0 0 MSA S 1598-2651 
Leggate, Thomas (I090523)
 
80500 Thomas Lingan 17.161 A CA £98.6.L1 Jun 6 1739
Payments to: William Black, Capt. Thomas Glover, Dr. John Hamilton, William Young, Samuel Magruder, Capt. John Ellis, Edward Lloyd, Peregrine Askew, Martin Well, Andrew Boomwale, Anne Carr, Richard Wood, Gabriel Parker.
Executrix: Martha Lingan.
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Hugh Taylor 27.189 A PG £231.3.7 £257.9.4 Oct 2 1749
Received from: Thomas Hamilton, John Blankford, John Parker, Francis King, John Armes, Sr., Benjamin Truman, Charles Butler.
Payments to: Mr. James Russill, Capt. Thomas Glover, Peter Dent.
Heirs: children: Richard George Taylor, Elisabeth Gordon Taylor.
Administratrix: Elisabeth Taylor.
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Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys Vol IV, Westmoreland Co. Va {Peggy Joyner}
RICHARD SUTTON, SENR, no wart, date from surv., 3 Jan. 1736 - 4 May 1737; 50 a. in Cople Parish in the Forest of Nomoni; adj. his own land, wm Robinson, decd, Thomas Glover ("now in possession of Jacob Remy & belonging to the heirs of John Fryer, decd"), Andrew Hutcheson. Surv. James Thomas 
Glover, Thomas (I013665)
 

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