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

William Hatton

Male 1630 - 1712  (82 years)


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  • Name William Hatton 
    Born 1630  London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 2 Aug 1712  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I002048  Tree1
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2020 

    Father Richard Hatton,   b. 17 Feb 1604/05, Frodsham, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1648, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 42 years) 
    Mother Margaret Domville,   b. Abt 1607, Lymm Parish, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1667, Popular Hill Hundred- St. Mary's County Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years) 
    Married Abt 1623  Lymm Parish, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F00968  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Elizabeth Wilkinson,   b. Abt 1634, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1675, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 42 years) 
    Married Abt 1654  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. William Hatton,   b. Bef 1662, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1664, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 4 years)
     2. Rebecca Hatton,   b. Bef 1667, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 5 Jul 1706 and 5 Apr 1709, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 39 years)
     3. Lucy Hatton,   b. Bef 1678, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1694, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 16 years)
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2020 
    Family ID F01378  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Mary Spratt,   b. 1656, St. Margaret's Parish, Norwich, Norfolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Oct 1731, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Married Abt 1686  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Penelope Hatton,   b. 1686, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1744, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 58 years)
     2. Joseph Hatton,   b. 1691, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Nov 1747, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years)
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2020 
    Family ID F01379  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Hatton, William,Prince George's County, 26th Dec., 1711; 4th Aug., 1712.
      To dau. Penelope Middleton, part of tract, testator lives on, beginning at mouth of Cooper's branch, etc., and extending to path on road to cousin Gardiner's Neck. (For description see will.)
      I give unto my grandchildren, each of them, a gold ring of 10 shillings value as a token of my love with this posie--prepare to die. (Linda Reno: Not included in transcription). (PG Co. Wills, T 1, p. 60, image 37, Family Search, LDR).
      To son Joseph, 2 tracts, "Thompson's Rest" and "Rich Hill," except that part given to his sister afsd. and to his mother. He dying without male issue, sd. lands to pass to grandchild Hatton Middleton, and Mary, his sister
      To wife Mary, part of tract afsd. devised dau. Penelope, and plantation during life.
      Exs.: Wife and son Joseph afsd.
      Test: Luke Gardiner, Thomas Stump. 13. 432.
      (Linda Reno: Posie rings (sometimes spelled posy, posey or poesy rings) are gold finger rings with a short inscription on their surface. They were popular during the 15th through the 17th centuries in both England and France as lover's gifts. The quotations were often from contemporary courtship stories or chapbooks and usually inscribed on the inner surface of the ring.[1] The rings were also given to show regard or as a gift. (Wikipedia).
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      William Hatton 33B,205 I PG £377.12.2 Aug 21 1712 Nov 6 1712
      Servants mentioned: Samuell Bark.
      Appraisers: Thomas Addison, Luke Gardiner.
      Next of kin: Penelope Middleton.
      Mentions: Joseph Hatton, Mrs. Mary Hatton {widow).
      Executor: Mr. Joseph Hatton,
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      William Hatton 35B.26 A PG £315.12.2 £106.14.10 Aug 17 1713
      Received from: Mr. Notley Rozier, Mr. Hickford Lemon, Mr. James Noble, Peter Pannier, John Midleton, Peter Paniel.
      Payments to: Col. Thomas Addison, Samuell Berry, Thomas Midleton, William Floyd, James Kenton, Daniel Delozer, Thomas Plunkett, Henry Butler, Dr. Claudius, Joseph Alvey, Vestry of Piscataway Parish, George Noble, David Patron, John Pritchett, Mr. Luke Gardiner, David Cowdon, Anne Parker, Thomas Midleton per Penelope Midleton, William Bladen, Esq., Benjamin Berry, Joseph Hatton.
      Mentions: Mrs. Mary Hatton.
      Executor: Mr. Joseph Hatton.
      ===
      Mr. William Hatton 36C.30 A PG £315.13.7 £12.9.10 Sep 10 1715
      Received from: John Middleton, John Phillmore, William Pinson, Joseph Hatton, Capt. John Hyde, Richard Edlen, executor of Mr. William Hutchison.
      Payments to: Charles Carroll, Esq., Walter Evans, Hickford Leman, William Bladen, Esq., Mr. Tobias Bowles (merchant at Deal), Benjamin Berrey.
      Legatees: Elisabeth Mueld, Elinor Miles, Barbary Frasier, John Low.
      Executor: Mr. Joseph Hatton.
      (Linda Reno: Legatees: Elisabeth Mueld [should be Mudd], Elinor Miles, Barbary Frasier, John Low [should be Lowe].
      Executor: Mr. Joseph Hatton. NOTE: The Legatees named above are the grandchildren--each received a gold ring worth 10 shillings. (PG Co. Accounts, 1698-1726, Vol. I, p. 158, image 103, Family Search, LDR).
      Linda Reno Research Notes:
      You probably assumed that the grandchildren William Hatton was referring to were the same he named in his will. I would have too if I hadn't been on the hunt for Barbara Frazier which led to these finds.
      The four unnamed grandchildren of William Hatton named in his will:
      Elizabeth Mudd (nee Lowe). Wife of Henry Mudd.
      Eleanor Miles (nee Lowe). Wife of _____Miles.
      Barbara Frazier (nee Marbury). Wife of Daniel Frazier.
      John Lowe. This was John Lowe, Jr.
      Elizabeth, Eleanor and John Lowe are named in their father's will. Their mother was obviously a daughter of William Hatton. But was their mother Rebecca? Another child--Rebecca (Lowe) Hagan wasn't named…why not? My guess would be because she was grown and married. Alice isn't named either, but she could have been dead by then.

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      Hatton, Richard, Poplar Hill Hundred, St. Mary's County, 5th Feb., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675.
      To Isaac Booth, son of Widow Booth, Richard Goodaker, and Richard Ringe, personalty.
      To wife Ann, execx., 100 A. (unnamed) during life.
      To son Richard, at 18 yrs. of age, and hrs., all real estate.
      To wife and son afsd., personalty equally.
      To cous., Eliza: Henson, sd. personalty in event of death of son afsd. during minority.
      Overseers: Brothers Wm. Hatton and Randolph Hanson, and Jno. Cammell.
      Test: Jno. Ditchfield, Thos. Renalds. 2. 403.
      Test: Richard Harrison, Randolph Brandt, Geo Thomas. (MCW 6.236)
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      Richard Hatton 2.215 I SM #38817 1675 Apr 18 1676
      Appraisers: William Harper, William Watts.
      List of debts: Daniell Clocker (deceased),Garrett Vansweringen, Peter Carwardine, George Oldfield, Daniell Clocker (deceased) for Col. Price.
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      Richard Hatton 5.195 I Jul 9 1678
      List of debts: John Brown, Daniell Vinton, Dr. Winn, Dr. Winn for attendance at court vs. Garret Vansweringen for orphan, Daniell Clocker paid by his father to my brother, Stephen Murtey, Mr. Farwood.
      Administrator: William Hatton (brother).
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      Richard Hatton 4.445 A #23610 Oct 20 1677
      Legatees: Richard Rings.
      Mentions: Mr. Garret Vansweringen, decedent and his wife (unnamed).
      Payments to: Thomas Hinton, Hugh Renollds, John Litchfeild, Nicholas Williar, Randolph Hinson, widow Makey, Capt. Tarleton, Henry Phipps, Richard Day, Marmaduke Semme, Mr. Sourton,, Robert Thomas,, Lydia Solley, John Cambell, Clement Hill, Francis Hopewell, John Paker, William Greengoe, Kenelm Cheseldyn.
      Executor: William Hatton.
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      Richard Hatton 9.137 A SM #3879 Aug 10 1686
      Payments to: Thomas Whitle (orphan of William Whitle), Dr. Robert Dandy, William Harris.
      Administrator/Executor: William Hatton.
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      Joshua Marshall 33A.153 A PG 0.l8.8 Apr 11 1712
      Received from: William Hatton.
      Payments to: Thomas Middleton.
      Administrator: John Fendall.
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      HATTON, JOSEPH,, Prince George's Co. 1 Dec. 1737; 14 Nov. 1747
      To wife LUCY HATTON, 1/3 of my estate, 100 A. given me by my mother., MARY HATTON, by my father, WILLIAM HATTON, last will to such persons in that my mother In her last will bequeathed.
      To dau. MARY HATTON, a child's pt.
      To son JOSEPH HATTON., 400 A., on Cowpen Branchr near the plantation of Thomas Middleton, where he now lives. Same side of creek that, was appointed by my father,, WILLIAM HATTON, his last will to divide a parcel of land that he bequeathed to my sister, PENELOPE MIDDLETON, from the land he bequeathed to me,
      To son NATHANIEL, 200 A. in the plantation I now live on.
      To son RICHARD, 200 A.
      My 4 sons: JOSEPH, NATHANIEL, RICHARD and JOSHUA; dau, ELIZABETH,
      Wife Lucy Hatton, extx.
      Wit: John Frazer, Mary Whitmore, Margaret Whitmore, MCW 25.159-161
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      Dent, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,28th Mch., 1676; 21st Apr., 1676.
      To son William and hrs., "Westbury Manor" and part of land at Nanjemy, Chas. Co.
      To son Thomas and hrs., residue of sd. land at Nanjemy, Chas. Co.
      To sons Peter and George, and hrs., "Gisbrough" and "Brothers' Joint Interest" in Chas. County, equally.
      To dau. Margaret and hrs., 1 A. in St. Mary's Co.
      To wife Rebecca, execx., and hrs., land on Portobacco Clifts, Chas. Co.
      Test: Wm. Hatton, Wm. Harper. 5. 19.
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      Thomas Dent 2.192 I #86110 May 9 1676
      Appraisers: William Hatton, William Harper.
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      Hatton, William, 19th Dec., 1671; 30th Dec., 1671.
      To Curtis Fletcher, Clement Chevirall, child of John Chevirall; John Thompson, John, son of John Thompson afsd.; Patrick Forrest, Ellinor, his wife; Eliza: Forrest, and each of other child. of sd. patrick and Ellinor Forrest; Eliza: Spink, dau. of Thomas Spink, and brother Richard Hatton, personalty.
      Exs.: Caleb Baker, Maj. Edward Fitzherbert.
      Test: Abell James, Geo. Dundas. 1. 468.
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      Price, John, Col.,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1660; 11th Mch., 1660-1. To son-in-law Joseph Bullett, land on Herring Ck. To Herbert Howman and William Styles, personalty. Dau. Anne Price, execx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, at 18 yrs. of age; if she die under age, ½ estate to pass to sd. son-in-law Joseph Bullett; residue to establish a free school, and in event of sd. Joseph and Anne dying under age, all real estate to be used for establishing a free school. Overseers: Wm. Hatton, Daniel Clocker, Geo. Mankall, Thos. Dent. Test: Wm. Wilkinson, Thos. Dent, Wm. Hatton. 1. 141.
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      Hewes, William, 2nd Dec., 1662; 8th Nov., 1664.
      To William Hatton, eld. son of Wm. and Eliza: Hatton, 1/3 of estate.
      To William Dent, eld. son of Thos. and Rebecca Dent, 2/3 of estate.
      Ex. not named.
      Test: John Dent, John Wynn. 1. 219.
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      Hewes, William, 2nd Dec., 1662; 8th Nov., 1664.
      To William Hatton, eld. son of Wm. and Eliza: Hatton, 1-3 of estate. To William Dent, eld. son of Thos. and Rebecca Dent, 2-3 of estate. Ex. not named. Test: John Dent, John Wynn. MCW 1. 219.
      ===
      John Waughop 5.225 I #31890 Jun 19 1678 Jul 4 1678
      Appraisers: William Hatton, Peter Watts.
      List of debts: Simon Spracklin for Mr. Thomas Carlile, Robert Cager (dead), James Lewis, Robert Glasgow.
      Executrix: Joanna Waughop.
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      p.9: By virtue of a warrant dated March 20, 1671, from the Secretary Office, Richard Edelen, Deputy Surveyor, stated that he had laid out for William Hatton and Thomas Dent a tract of land called "Brothers' Joint Interest" lying in Charles County in the woods above Piscataway.
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      Hull, Henry, St. Mary's County, 6th Nov., 1675; 11th Dec., 1675. To Francis Sourton, Eliza:, wife of William Hatton of St. George's, and to brother Humphry in Dorchester, personalty. Thomas Dent, ex. and residuary legatee of estate real and personal. Test: Wm. Hatton, Geo. Mackall. 2. 370.
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      Acts of the General Assembly Hitherto Unprinted 1694-1698, 1711-172
      Public Record Office, London. C. O. 5, Vol. 731, Maryland. From 1694-1702. Acts Acts of June, 1697, ch. 8
      An Act for quieting the Differences arising between the Indians and English in private Controversys.
      Because many differences have heretofore arisen & hereafter may arise between the Indians belonging to the Nations of Indians under our protection & freindship and dweling amongst us & the English in private & personall matters which for want of a convenient and speedy way of determining cause great trouble & inconveniency to Partys concerned as well the offended as offenders their being no reguler way of hearing and determining the same but by the Governeur & Councill which would be very chargable to the Province by bringing them hither for the prevention whereof for the future and giveing speedy redress in such cases Bee it Enacted by the Kings Most Excellent Majty etc. that the Persons hereafter in this Act menconed be and are appointed authorized & Impowred dureing the continuance of this Act upon application to him or them made to hear and determine all differences quarrells & controversies that hereafter may happen to arise between any Indians & English, to [sic] private & personall controversies in their severall & respective precincts, That is to say for the Nation of Choptico Indians in St. Marys County & the English Inhabitants adjacent Mr Richard Clowd & Mr Ralph Foster & for the Nations of Ackocick Nanjemoy Pomunky & Piscattoway and those that Inhabit within Charles & Prince George's County & the English Inhabitants thereunto adjacent Coll John Addison & Mr Wm Hatton
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      Richard Hatton 5.195 I Jul 9 1678
      List of debts: John Brown, Daniell Vinton, Dr. Winn, Dr. Winn for attendance at court vs. Garret Vansweringen for orphan, Daniell Clocker paid by his father to my brother, Stephen Murtey, Mr. Farwood.
      Administrator: William Hatton (brother).
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      Mr. Henry Hyde 2.1 I #40100 Nov 15 1675 Mar 31 1676
      Appraisers: William Hatton, George Macall.
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      Henry Hull 2.196 I #2333 Mar 17 1675 Jul 17 1676
      Appraisers: William Hatton, William Harper.
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      Richard Hatton 4.445 A #23610 Oct 20 1677
      Legatees: Richard Rings.
      Mentions: Mr. Garret Vansweringen, decedent and his wife (unnamed).
      Payments to: Thomas Hinton, Hugh Renollds, John Litchfeild, Nicholas Williar, Randolph Hinson, widow Makey, Capt. Tarleton, Henry Phipps, Richard Day, Marmaduke Semme, Mr. Sourton,, Robert Thomas,, Lydia Solley, John Cambell, Clement Hill, Francis Hopewell, John Paker, William Greengoe, Kenelm Cheseldyn.
      Executor: William Hatton.
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      David Holt 6.383 I SM #39385 Aug 28 1679
      Appraisers: Mr. William Hatton, Henry Phippes.
      List of debts: Henry David Lewis, Abraham Roades, Henry PhipPes, William Wherritt, William Fowler, John Barnes, Robert Graham.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Holt.
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      Richard Hatton 9.137 A SM #3879 Aug 10 1686
      Payments to: Thomas Whitle (orphan of William Whitle), Dr. Robert Dandy, William Harris.
      Administrator/Executor: William Hatton.
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      Thomas Howell 4,191 I CH #11984 (1677)
      Appraisers: Col. John Dowglass (also John Douglass, Capt, Robert Henley.
      List of debts: William Avery, Susanna Cage, John Fanning, Richard Maston, John Gibbs. Henry Henley, David Frize, John Booth,
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      George & Frances Beckwith 2.179 1 [SM] #168725 Apr 12 1676 Apr 28 1676
      Servants mentioned: Evan Davis (carpenter), Thomas Ridgley (joyner), Edward Compton, Samuell Nellthorp, Thomas Abbott, Richard Newman, Thomas Blackrock, Elinor Williams.
      Appraisers: Thomas Gantt, John Darnall.
      List of debts: Capt. Leo Webber, Mr. John Darnall, Mr. Proctor of Anne Arundell, Cole Tue, Mr. George Parker, Mr. Gervase Ballard, John Myles, Francis Mawd, Mr. Henry White oy Anne Arundell, Mr. John Craycraft, Mr. George Hawes, Capt, Darnall, Dr. Pierce, Mr. Henry Michell, Mr, Alexander Younger, Mr, Thomas Gantt, Mr. Francis Hawkins, Mr. Done of Severne, Mr. Guy White, Mr. John Gold, Mr. Michaell Townly, Mr, John Fenwick, John Wright, Mr. Loue Michaell, Thomas Browne of Dorsett County, Major Jowles, Mr. William Parker, Mr. Charles Ashham, Mr, Richard Fenwick, Mr. Thomas Cleggatt, Mr. William Bold,, Mr. Samuell Hatton,, Mr. Robins, of Choptank, Mr. William Davis, Simon Stacy, Mr. Thomas Cosden, William Byrd, Mr. William Hill, Richard Gibbs of the Clifts, James Williams, Mr. William Staines, Capt, Treago, Mr. Benjamin Lawrence, Mr, Thomas Massey, the widdow Ewens, Samuell Abbott, Mr. John Gittins, Richard Hutchins, Thomas Bancks, Mr. Henry Stockett, Mr. Richard Hill, Henry Exon, Col. Btrgea and Mr, Heshcott and Mr, Hedge, Mrs, Hanah Pott,, Mr. Edward Dorsey. Mr, Nicholas Sewell, Mr. Stephen Luffe, Mr. William Dare, Capt. Quigley, Mr. Thomas Barnfield, Mr, John Foster, Mr, Joseph Tillie, Mr. John Whimfell of St. Leo Creeke, Mr, Virginiansweringen,, Lt. Ninean Bell, Peter Joy, Capt. Charles Boteler, Mr. Cenelum Chiseldine, Mr, Robert Carvile, Mr. William Russell,, Henry Everard, Mr, John Nuthall, Mr, Thomas Chandler, Mr. Jonathon Hopkins, Mr. Howard, Mr. William Parker son of Mr. A. Parker, Mr. Morderay Hunton, Mr. William King, Capt. John Allen, Dr. Wootton, Mr. Thomas Tasker, Dr. Broock, Mr. William Travers, Mr Henry Beckwith, the publick for 20 quarters, Dr. Jones, Mr, Welsh of Anne Arundell, Peter Archer, Thomas Taylor, Esq., Thomas Padgett, Mr. Thomas Bland, Mr, Richard Keene, Mr. Thomas Francis, Mr. Richard Ladd, Mr. Richard Mekins, Mr. Thomas Morris, Mr, Robert Clarke, John Halles, Mr, Younger, John Miles, Capt. Darnell, Mr. Notley for Mr. Doyne.
      Distribution to: the orphans (unnamed).
      ===
      George & Frances Beckwith 2.319 1 CA £512.2,5 Oct 14 1675 Nov 18 1676
      Also amount of tobacco - 122440. Amount for debts in tobacco - 66726.
      Servants mentioned: Edward Compton, Thomas Abbot, William Davis, Samuell Nellthlop, Thomas Blacklack, Elinor Ward.
      Appraisers; Thomas Sprigg, Jahn Griggs.
      List of debts: John Pollard, Thomas Bland, Thomas Knighton, Robert Buzle, Edward Dorsey, Matthew Ward, Henry Stockett, Kenelme Cheseldyne, John Hollins, Richard Hutchins, William Stacey, Jahn Foster, Edward Clerk, Robert Briant and Michaell Woollerton, Samuell Hatton, Thomas Cosden, Thomas Bland, Richard Hill, Joseph Tilley, William Hill, John Gittings, Thomas Bowden, Robert Fenwick, William Melton, William Turner, Thomas Banks, William Sedgwick, John Broome, John Creycroft, James Thompson, Thomas Cleget, Edward Dorsey, Richard Bridewell, Robert Cole, William Travers, Thomas Howell, Capt. John Allen, Thomas Bland, John Brooke, Jonathon Hopkinson, Simon Stacey, Hannah Pot, Richard Meakins, William Russell, William Morrogh (dead & insolvent), Francis Gunby, Mr. Beckwith, Thomas Howtan, Joseph Horseley, Richard Kendall, Henry Nelson, Capt. Howell, Richard Foster, John Collin, Capt. John Teach, Thomas Tacker, Richard Smith, Mr. Thomaa Cleget, Elisabeth Hopkins wife of Jonathon Hopkins! George Thompson, Francis Malding, Mr. Richard Ladd, Capt. Webber, Mr. Proctor of Anne Arrundell, Col. Chew, Mr George Parker, John Miles, Mr. Henry White of Anne Arrundell, Mr. John Creycroftr Mr, George Hawes, Capt. Darnell, Dr. Pierce, Mr. Henry Mitchell, Mr. Alexander Younger, Mr. Thomas Gaunt, Mr. Francis Hawkins, Mr. Dove, Mr. Guy White, Mr. John Gold, Mr. Michael Tawney, Mr. John Fenwick, John Wright, Mr. Love merchant}, Thomas Browne of Dorchester County, Mayor Jowles, William Parker comm.} Mr. Charles Askum, Mr. Richard Fenwick, Mr, Samuell Hatton, Mr, Robins of Choptank, Mr. Robert Carville, Mr. Simon Stacey, Mr. Thomas Cosden, William Bird, Mr, William Hill, Richard Gibbs of the Clifts, James Williams, Mr. Staines, Capt. Tregoe, Mr. Benjamin Lawrence, Mr. Massey, widdow Evans, Samuell Abbot, Mr. Jahn Gittings, Richard Hutchins, Mr. Thomas Banks, Mr. Henry Stocket, Capt. Hill, Henry Exon, Copt Burgess and Mr. Heathcoate and Mr. Hedge, Mrs. Hannah Pat, Mr, Edward Dorsey, Mr, Nicholas Sewell, Mr. Stephen Luff, Mr. William Dare, Capt. Quigleyy, Mr. Thomas Bamf field, Mr. John Foster, Mr, Joseph Tilley, Mr. Jahn Whinfell, Mr. Vanserin en Mr, Ninean Beate, Mr, Peter Joy, Capt. Charles Botelerr Mr. Kenelme Cheseldyne Mr, William Russell, Mr. Robert Clarke, Mr. John Nuthall, Mr. Thomas Chandler, Mr. Jonathon Haskins, Mr, Ralph Howard, Mr, William Parker, Mr. Mordecue Hunton, Mr. William King, Capt, Allen, Dr, Woottan, Mr. Thomas Tacker, Dr. Brookes, Mr, Henry Beckwithr the Publick, Dr, Jones, Mr. John Welsh, Peter Archer, Thomas Taylor, Esq., Mr. Thomas Paget, Mr. Thomas Bland, Mr. Thomas Francis, Mr. Thomas Morrice, Thomas Cleget, William Bould cooper}.
      Administrator: Thomas Banks.
      ===
      Zac Wade 8.389 A CH #88762 Mar 5 1684
      Payments to: John Stone attorney of --- Hatchwell, Dr. Lamar, J. Elis, Dr. Maddox, executor of Mathew Stone, widow Wells, Stephen Murty, Richard Edling, Col. Rozier, John Goyaz, Thomas Hussy, William Hatton, Mary Williams, Teodotia Dyet (daughter of deceased).
      Executor: Randolph Hinson.
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes
      Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623 -1666 , Page 153
      Note:
      Hatton, Thomas, 1638, by Georg Mynifie (merchant), (???) Co.
      Hatton, Wm., 1654, by Nath. Pope, Westmoreland Co.
      Hatton, William, 1635, by Capt. Adam Thoroughgood, (IOW) Co.
      Hatton, Jeffery, 1635, by George Minifie, James City Co.
      Hatton, John, 1643, by Casar Puggett, Lower Norfolk Co.
      Hatton, John, 1638, by William Parker
      ===
      James Hughes 2006-01-24 22:34:42
      Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666 Volume 49, Page 516

      Provincial Court Proceedings, 1665. Liber F F

      And the Agreemt is such, that the said WM HATTON & ELIZABETH his wife haue acknowledged the aforesaid ffiue hundred acres of land wth it's appurtenances to be the Right of the said WM LEEDS as those wch the said WM LEEDS hath of the Guift of the sd WILLM HATTON and ELIZABETH his wife, and the same they haue Remised and Quitt Claimed from them and theire heires to the aforesaid WM LEEDS and the heires of the said WM LEEDS for euer and further the said WM HATTON and ELIZABETH his wife hane granted for them and the heires of the sd WILLIAM the aforesaid ffiue hundred acres of land wth the appurtenances agst them the said WM HATTON & ELIZABETH his wife and the heires of the said WM for Euer, And for this Recognicon Remission Quitt Claime fine & Concord the said WM LEEDS hath giuen to the aforesaid WM HATTON and ELIZABETH his wife the sume of ffiue thowsand pounds of tobacco & Caske
      Capta et Recognito Coram WIFF HATTON
      me 12th of Octobr 1665 the marke of ELIZ: HATTON
      CHARLES CALVER

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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 28 Jul 1663, Page 125 - 126
      William Hatton and Thomas Dent did buy of Mr. Nicholaus Guither a parcel of land in Avon alias Nangemy River containing 900 acres by patent; requested Mr. Zachery Wade, Mr. Joseph Harrisson, Mr. Rendall Handson and Mr. William Allan to use the best of their judgment in making a division of the said land
      mentions Queensfield Branch, Burdit's Creek and St. Joseph's Creek; 9 May 1663; /s/ William Hatton, Thomas Dent; Zachery Wade, Joseph Harrison, Randall Handson (mark), William Allen (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 25
      4 Aug 1674; Indenture from Capt. William Boreman of St. Mary's County, Gent., and Mary his wife, to William Hatton of St. Mary's County, Gent.; for 24,000# of tobacco; a tract formerly called Thompson's Rest on the east side of Piscataway River and north side of Piscataway Creek; bounded by Luke Barber, Esq.; resurvey and named Boareman's Content; containing 1,000 acres; /s/ William Boareman; wit. Thomas Dent, Samuel Cressey
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber Q, Page 70
      3 Dec 1694; Indenture from George Athey to William Hatton and William Tanyhill, Gentlemen, two of the vestry men of Piscataway Parish; to build a Protestant Church in Piscataway Parish and better maintain a Protestant minister; for 1,800# tobacco, a parcel called Little Hall; bounded by Carrick Fergus and Batterzee; containing 79 acres; /s/ George Athey; wit. Andrew Hurd, Francis Warner, Robert Robinson (mark)
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      Charles County Maryland Land Records, Liber Z, Page 116
      Deed and declaration of trust entered by Edmund Howard, Clerk of this County:
      20 Nov 1676; Indenture from Rebekah Dent of St. Mary's County, widow and ex. of will of Thomas Dent of St. Mary's County, merchant; by his will Thomas gave his children parts of his estate; Rebekah then being with child at death of Thomas had a dau. named Barbarah; the will settled land lately purchase in Charles Co. in tenure of Richard Watson to Rebekah who conveys to William Hatton for 15 years the tract [Wattfieldl on the north side of the Potomac River; bounded by land granted Francis Posey; containing 200 acres; and after to Barbarah Dent, youngest d/o of Rebecah and Thomas Dent; /s/ Rebekah Dent (mark); wit. Robert Ridgely, Jno. Wynn; recorded by Edmund Howard, Clerk of the county
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 31 January 1692
      From: Col. NINIAN BEALL, High Sheriff of Calvert County, being attorney of BENJAMIN HADDOCK.
      To: JOHN EMMET of Charles County, carpenter
      Price: 6000 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All the 500 acre tract called "Seamans Delight" in Charles County, bounding on land formerly taken up for RICHARD EVANS of Calvert Co.
      Signature: NINIAN BEALL
      Wit.: HUGH MOORE, WILL'M STONE, WILL'M HATTON
      Ackn'd: NINIAN BEALL, 31 January 1692 Recorded: 26 January 1696, Vol. A, p. 28
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      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 4 November 1699
      From: RICHARD STEPHENS of P. G. County, planter, and SARAH his wife.
      To: SAMUELS, WILLIAMS of P. G. Co.
      Price: 1600 lbs. tobacco
      Property: All of a 98 acre tract called "Stephens his Hope" on the main branch of Mattawoman Creek in P. G. County, formerly in Charles County, bounding on a tract called "Smiths Choyce."
      Signatures: RICH'D STEPHENS (mark), SARAH STEPHENS, (her mark).
      Wit.: WILLIAM HATTON, JOHN HAWKINS
      Ackn'd: RICHARD STEPHENS, and wife SARAH, 4 November 1699.
      Recorded: (no date), Vol. A, p. 191
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      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 121b
      Resurvey, 9 Nov 1704
      For. Luke Gardiner, Jr., of St. Mary's County return of a Warrant of the Resurvey of Frankland according to ancient meets and bounds expressed in patent
      Josiah Willson, Sheriff of Prince George's County, impaneled and swore the below signed to work with Her Majesties Surveyor
      Bounds: Begin at a bounded tree of Boarman's Content by oath of Wm. Hunter, Francis Wheeler and Richard Wiling also reputed to be the first bound tree of Thompson's Rest now in possessions of William Hatton and a second bound tree from a more ancient survey than Frankland laid out for Luke Barber bounded by the west branch of the Piscataway; Phillip Lewing's plantation (Ed: No acreage noted)
      Signed: Josiah Willson, Truman Greenfeild, Surveyor for Prince George's County, Richard Conner (mark), Ro't Johnson (mark), Wm. Hunter (mark), Hen. Acton, Henry Guttrich (mark), Francis Marbury, J. Leman, Henry Cullver (mark), John Miller, Thomas Blandford, Francis Pile (mark), John Lenham (mark)
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F - Folio 184: Indenture, 8 May 1712
      From: William Hatton, Gent. of Prince George's County and Thomas Dent, Gent. of Charles County
      To: John Lowe, planter of Prince George's County
      For 5s and other good causes a tract of land called The Brothers in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County, in the woods above Piscataway, of 236 acres
      Signed: William Hatton (seal) and Thomas Dent (seal)
      Witnessed: Joseph Hatton, W. Stone
      Memo: 12 June 1712 deed acknowledged in open court of Charles County, John Rogers, Clerk, 28 Jun 1712 enrolled on the land records of Prince George's County, Robert Hall, Clerk
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 206 = 17 Nov 1712
      The will of William Hatton, late of Prince George's County, planter, deceased, dated 26 Dec 1711, made in the Reign of King Charles the second and had only two witnesses; Joseph Hatton makes this document to carry out the known wishes of his father; the will gave to his daughter Penelope Middleton a piece from the parcel of land where he lived beginning at the mouth of Cooper's Branch and running down Piscataway Creek to Gardiner's line and along the said Gardiner's line to the path that now goes down to Cozen Gardiner neck; he also gave his wife Mary Hatton 100 acres of this land; to his son Joseph Hatton 2 tracts called Thompson's Rest and Rich Hills excepting that which he gave his sister Middleton and his mother; the total being 200 acres; grandchild Hatton Middleton to inherit if Joseph have no lawful issue
      Signed: Joe. Hatton (seal)
      Witnessed: Thomas Johnson, Andrew Hamilton, Richard Dalton
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      Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 436
      Indenture, 5 Nov 1714
      From: Mary Hatton, widow and relict of William Hatton, Gent. late of Prince George's County To: George Hardy, carpenter of Prince George's County
      A tract of land called Thompson's Rest at Piscataway in Prince George's County; bounded by land of Luke Gardiner; 15 year lease
      Signed: Mary Hatton (seal), George Hardy (mark & seal)
      Witnessed: Jos. Hatton, William Hardy (mark & seal)
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      Charles County Circuit Court Liber H#2, Page 346
      26 May 1720; Dr. Gustavous Browne produced Bill of Exchange; 19 Sep 1719; £9.16.8 3/4; mentions William Hatton, Sr. and Edinburgh; /s/ M. Mason; to Mr. Tobias Bowles
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 300-90: WOODBRIDGE: 90 acres; Possession of - 90 Acres - Hatton, William: Surveyed 10 Oct 1684 for James Cox said to be surveyed away by Wm Hatton's land as John Leverett saith who is the owner it to be found: Other notes - 90 Acres – Richard Barber from John Ashman, 15 March 1722., 90 Acres – Richard Barber from John Ancison (sp?),
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: BROTHERS JOINT INTEREST, THE; Owner: Hatton, William: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Mar 20, 1671: Ref: Liber 14, f 427 : Map Location: Q-11
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: THOMPSONS REST; Owner: Thompson, George: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jan 21, 1660: Ref: Libor 4 f 567 : Map Location: P-17
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: BOARMAN'S CONTENT; Owner: Boarman, William: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Mar 1, 1673 : Ref: Libor 17 f 116 : Map Location: P-17
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      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: RICH HILL; Owner: Hatton, William: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Mar 1, 1687 : Ref: Liber 22 f 376 : Map Location: P-17

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