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

Simon Overzee

Male 1627 - 1660  (33 years)


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  • Name Simon Overzee  [1
    Born 1627  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 18 Dec 1660  Charles County, Maryland - Admin Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I003246  Tree1
    Last Modified 9 May 2021 

    Family 1 Sarah Thorowgood,   b. 1631, Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Oct 1658, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 27 years) 
    Married Abt 1647  Lower Norfolk County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 9 May 2021 
    Family ID F02522  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Elizabeth Willoughby,   b. 27 Sep 1635, Parnham, Suffolk, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1683, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 49 years) 
    Married Abt 1659  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 9 May 2021 
    Family ID F02523  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • ===
      Chandler, Jobe, Portobacco, Charles County, -- -- -- 27th Apr., 1659.
      To wife Anne, execx., home plantation, consisting of 1, 000 A. bought of Capt. William Lewes, and 550 A. additional; also 500 A. on Goose Ck., and a possible survey on Nangemy Ck., during minority of child.
      To son William, plantation afsd.
      To son Richard, 500 A. on Goose Ck. and a possible survey on Nangemy Ck.
      To dau. Anne Chandler, personalty, including that given her by her grandmother, Sarah Yeardley.
      To kinsman Thomas Maris, personalty.
      Child. afsd. to be sent to testator's brothers in England, if sd. brothers so desire.
      Overseers: Capt. Wm. Stone, brother-in-law Symon Oversees, and brother Robert Slye.
      Test: Clement Theobald, Wm. Eale. 1. 97.

      Editors: Job Chandler married Anne, daughter of Adam (a member of the Virginia Council) and Sarah Thoroughgood. After the death of Adam, Sarah married before 1658, John Gookin, and then Francis Yeardley. Her daughter, Anne Thoroughgood (above) married next, before 1586, Gerard Fowke; and her daughter, Sarah Thoroughgood, married Simon Oversee, who married second, Elizabeth Willoughby, who married next George Colclough, widower of Ursula (who married 1st Richard Thompson and 2nd John Mottram). Following the death of George Colclough, Elizabeth married Isaac Allerton of Plymouth Colony and Westmoreland County, Virginia (Citations to be added)
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      Dec. 8, 1660 - Mrs. Elizabeth Overzee relict of Symon Overzee was granted administration on his estate.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1C, p. 7.
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      Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 336-338 Liber B

      Patent to Jeremy Dickison: Cecilius, absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltimore and to all persons to whom these presents shall come; Greetings in our Lord God everlasting know ye that we for and in consideration that Jeremiah Dickeson of this Province, planter, has due unto him fifty acres of land he having completed his time of service in this Province with Thomas Stone, Gent., and the said Thomas Stone having assigned unto the said Jeremiah one hundred acress of his rights do hereby grant unto the Jeromiah Dickeson a parcel of land called by Field Close lying on the east side of Avon River in Charles County adjoining to the line formed by survey for Simon Oversee called Rotterdam adjoining land formery surveyed unto Jobe Chandler laid out for 150 acres in the Manor of Calverton; 26 May 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert Jheromiah Dickeson, Gent., assigns right in above to George Thompson, Gent., 13 Oct 1663; /s/ Jheromiah Dickeson (mark); wit. John Clarke, Tho. Allonson
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      Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 506 Liber B

      Indenture; 14 Nov 1665; from Edmond Lindsey, planter, to George English, planter; a parcel of land granted. by lease from Charles Calvert to the widow of Symon Oversee; lying on the east side of St. Thomas Creek; containing 200 acres; bounded by land of Jobe Chandler
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 19 Aug 1658, Page 15
      34. Mr. Simon Oversee Plt; Jobe Chandler, Esq., Def.; plaintiff appears to be due 1/2 cow, ˝-2 year old heifer, 1 steer; defendant ordered to Pay 1 sufficient cow and cow calf of this years fall and a 5 year old steer to be delivered at Linhauen it Virginia by next Christmas and Pay court costs
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 19 Aug 1658, Page 16
      Mr. Simon Oversee, Plt.; James Lee, Def.; plaintiff petitions that "one halfe tanker of drames was delivered to James Lee in the year 1653" with value 200#. of tobacco and cask; defendant acknowledges debt; court orders payment with 4 years forbearance (yearly interest 8%) by next Christmas by himself or Philip Land with court charges
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 20 Aug 1658, Page 18
      51. Thomas Belcher by his atty. Thomas Jackson, Plt.; Giles Glover,
      Def.; for 931# of tobacco by assignment from Simon Oversee;
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 26 October 1658, Page 20
      Mr. Symon Oversee demands summons against Mr. James Linsey as admn. of the estate of Simon Anthonie
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Nov 1658, Page 33
      84. Mr. Symon Oversee and his mate John Cain, Plt,; Thomas Frissel Def,; plaintiffs claiming by indenture 4 years service from Thomas Fissel and 4 more from his wife Hanna Glossington; in case she will not serve, defendant to serve 8 years; with consent of Oversee; unless and until security given Frissel to continue to perform his service to Mr. Oversee and John Cain
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 24 Nov 1658, Page 33
      88. Mr. Simon Oversee, Plt.; Mr. James Linsey, Def.; referred to next court
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 6 June 1660, Page 90
      213. This is to testify that John Babtista, a Moor of Barbary, is a free man; 1 Mar 1655; /s/ Simon Oversee; wit. Job Chandler; Alexander Simpson (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 171
      410. George Thompson, Gent., sells unto Robert Taylor a parcel of land on the north side of Piscataway River on the south side of Chingamuckson Creek; bounded by John Hatch for 300 acres; 14 Nov 1661; /s/ George Thompson wit. James Johnson, John Nevill (mark)

      411. Edmond Linsey binds himself unto Robert Taylor, planter of Portobacco, in the sale of 200 acres of land at the head of Mr. Simon Oversee's land in Portobacco Creek and sold by me; patent to be granted; dated 27 Oct 1657; /s/ Edmond Linsey (mark); wit. Job Chandler, R. Wiseman endorsed on the back of the obligation

      412. Robert Taylor, carpenter, assigns his rights of this obligation unto George Thompson, Gent; dated 14 Nov 1661; /s/ Robert Taylor (mark); wit. James Johnson, John Nevill (mark)
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      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 172
      Edmond Linsey discharges Robert Taylor from all debts; dated 1Jan 1658; /s/ Edmond Linsey (mark); wit. Sam Smith, Tho. Allonson

      Edmond Linsey binds himself to make good the above sale of 300 acres on Portobacco Creek at head of Mr. Simon Oversee's land sold to Robert Taylor and by him assigned to George Thompson, Gent.; date 22 Nov 1661; /s/ Edmond Linsey wit. Sam Smith, Thomas Maris [Morris]
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber A; 28 Jan 1662, Page 181 - 182
      434. Jobe Chandler of Charles County and Symon Oversee of St. Mary's County, assign Alexander Simpson a parcel of land lying on the west side of St. Thomas' Creek formerly called Portobacco; adjoining land formerly laid out for George Dolty now in possession of Simpson; containing 125 acres; 8 Sep 1659; /s/ Job Chandler, Symon Oversee wit. Daniel Hutt, Henry Moore Anne Chandler, wife of job Chandler, acknowledged deed; 8 Sep 1659; /s/ Anne Chandler, wit. Daniel Hutt, Henry Moore

      Anne Chandler of Portobacco, widow, nominates Edmond Lindsey atty.; re 125 acres sold by her deceased husband and Symon Oversee to Alexander Simpson; 11 Dec 1661; /s/ Anne Chandler; wit. Robert Sly, Thomas Marise
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 5 Mar 1663/4, Page 273, 274, 275
      John Greenhill in open court acknowledged this bill of sale and conveyance of land to John Cain:
      Jobe Chandler and Simon Oversee, gent., do assign to John Greenehill, planter, a parcel of land lying on west side of St. Thomas Creek formerly called Portobacco Creek. near a branch called Gorden's Branch containing 100 acres; 25 May 1659; /s/ Jobe Chandler, Symon Oversee; wit. Thom Harvey, William Ealle;
      Anne Chandler, wife of Jobe Chandler and sister of Symon Oversee, acknowledged sale of land to John Greenhill, 25 May 1659; /s/ Anne Chandler; wit. Thomas Jackson
      John Greenhill assigns rights in above to John Cain; 10 Jun I /s/ John Greenehill (mark); wit. George Thompson, John Masticke
      ==
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 12 Jul 1664, Page 336 - 339
      Patent to Jeremy Dickison: Cecilius, absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltimore and to all persons to whom these presents shall come; Greetings in our Lord God everlasting know ye that we for and in consideration that Jeremiah Dickeson of this Province, planter, has due unto him fifty acres of land he having completed his time of service in this Province with Thomas Stone, Gent., and the said Thomas Stone having assigned unto the said Jeremiah one hundred acress of his rights do hereby grant unto the Jeromiah Dickeson a parcel of land called by Field Close lying on the east side of Avon River in Charles County adjoining to the line formed by survey for Simon Oversee called Rotterdam adjoining land formerly surveyed unto Jobe Chandler laid out for 150 acres in the Manor of Calverton; 26 May 1663; /s/ Charles Calvert
      Jheromiah Dickeson, Gent., assigns right in above to George Thompson, Gent., 13 Oct 1663; /s/ Jheromiah Dickeson (mark); wit. John Clarke, Tho. Allonson
      George Thompson, Gent., assigns his rights in above to John Lumbroso; 3 May 1664; /s/ George Thompson; wit. Robert Clarke, Ignatius Caueene
      John Lumbroso assigns his rights in above to Gils Glover; 24 May 1664; /s/ John Lumbroso; wit. Nicholaus Emerson, William Hall (mark)
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court, Liber B, 16 Nov 1665, Page 506 - 509
      Indenture; 14 Nov 1665; from Edmond Lindsey, planter, to George English, planter; a parcel of land granted. by lease from Charles Calvert to the widow of Symon Oversee; lying on the east side of St. Thomas Creek; containing 200 acres; bounded by land of Jobe Chandler
      /s/ Edmond Lindsey (mark); wit. Meverell Huls, Joseph Horton,
      Luke Greene; acknowledged by Edmond Lindsey to George English in open court
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, supplement Page 16
      Edmund Lindsay acknowledges right in following lease to Benjamin Rozer:
      Jan 1663; Lord Baltimore grants to Isaack Allerton, Gent. and Dame Elizabeth his wife, relict and admx. of Simon Oversee, late of St. John's in St. Mary's Co.; to farm the moiety of a freehold bought of Will Lewis by Jobe Chandler and Simon Oversee; estimate containing 1,000 acres; term of 21 years; /s/ Charles Calvert
      Isaac Allerton of Northumberland County, Virginia, Gent., assigns his rights in the preceding lease to Edmond Lyndsy of Portobacco; 18 Mar 1666/7; /s/ Isaack Allerton; wit. Gerard Fowke Edmond Lyndsy of Portobacco, planter, for 10,000# of tobacco assigns his rights in above lease to Benjamin Rozer; 23 Feb 1668; wit. Edmond Lyndsy (mark); wit. Francis Lovelace, John Cary, James Martine
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber D, Page 98
      6 Oct 1669; Request of Anne Fowke; division of land between Job Chandler and Simon Oversee bought of Wm. Lewis; containing 2,000 acres; /s/ Alex. Simpson (mark); wit. Henry Adames
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      Note:
      p.39 Simon Overzee to pay 200 lb tobo to James Lopham for sending him on a voyage to James Town to carry letters to Leift: Coll: Childes.
      Source:
      Fleet, Beverley,
      Lower Norfolk County, 1651-1654
      Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 109 pgs
      ===
      Contributed by: James Hughes

      URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/00000 1/000051/html/am51--66.html
      URL title: Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669-1679 Volume 51, Page 66
      Note:
      Chancery Court Proceedings, 1671.

      Liber C D An Inquisition Indented taken at Portobacco in Charles County this 13.th of December in y,e 40.th year of ye Dominion of Caecilius &c.a before Henry Adams Gent & Thomas Mathews Gent by virtue of a Commission in the nature of a writt of Mandamus to them directed to this Inquisition Annexed to Enquire after the Death of Simon Oversee Late of Charles County deced by the Oath of Edmond Lindsey, John Courts Alexander Smith, Archibald Wahob,
      John Paine Clement Theobald, James Littlepage Bartho: Coates,
      ffrancis Heyden John Alward, John Kimberrow Samuell Eaton
      which Said Jurors upon their Oaths Say that the Sd Symon Oversee was Seized of his Demeasneas of ffee upon the day of which he dyed which was about the Beginning of ffebruany Anno Domini 1659
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      Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669-1679
      The Inquisition upon the Estate of Simon Oversey at the psecution of Mr. Rozer
      Wee whose Names are hereunder written being by Virtue of a
      Commission from the Governor to M.r Henry Adams and M.r
      ffrancis Pope directed bearing date the twentieth day of Aprill Anno
      Doffi 1669 Summoned here according to the Tenour of the sd
      Com.n to enquire what Lands Simon Oversee dyed Seized of within
      this County of Charles County and what day he dyed and who is
      his next heir and the same Inquisition distinctly and speciely made
      under our hands and Seals to return to the sd M.r Henry Adams
      and M.r ffrancis Pope by them to be returned to the Honble the
      Chancellour of this province. Whereupon having enquired therein
      as much as in us lay we Return the Result of this our inquisition as
      followeth Vizt.
      First we do Return that Simon Oversey dyed possesst of a Thousand Acres of Land on the East side of portobacco Creek which
      hath since his death been and remained in the possession of Edmond Lindsey and a peice of Land by him demised and lett out to
      John Caen and at his death in the Tenure and Occupation of the sd
      John Caen and five hundred and fifty Acres called Rotterdam lying
      near Nangemoy Indian Town which is all that to any of our
      knowledge he dyed possest of.
      ffurther we do Return that the sd Simon Oversee dyed in the latter
      end on february or beginning of March ten years since or thereabouts to the best of our knowledges further that to any of our knowledges the sd Simon Oversey hath not left any heir to whom the Lands should descend and for the further Conferthacon of this our Inquisition we have hereunto Sett our hands and Seals as by the sd Commission we are required this Eight day of June Anno Dom 1669.
      Henry Adams ffranc.s Pope
      Alexand.r Simpson Edmund Lindsey
      Archib.d Wahob Thomas Baker
      Clem.t Theobalds Jeremy Dickison
      Barth.° Coates James Mackey
      Jam.8 Littlepage John Paine
      Robert Robins Henry Moore
      all Sealed

      ===
      Archives of Maryland, Volume 51, Chancery Court Proceedings, 1671. Page 369; Liber CD, p.434 (abstracted) An Inquisition Indented taken at Portobacco in Charles County the thirteenth of January in the 39th year of the Dominion of Caecilius &c. (1671) before Henry Adams Gentl Thomas Mathews Gentl:
      William Lewis, Lieut. died 29 Mar 1656, seized of 3000 acres in Charles Co. called Lewis's Neck without heirs. At the time of his death 2000 acres of the land was in the possession of Job Chandler and Symon Oversee. The land is now in the possession of Mrs. Anne Fowke widow of Col. Gerrard Fowke, Edmund Lindsey, Benjamin Rozer, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson relict of Daniell Johnson and Philip Brown, to say, 1000 acres now in the possession of Mrs. Anne Fowke, relict of Job Chandler, the other 1000 acres in the possession of Edmund Lindsey by virtue of a lease from Mrs. Elizabeth Oversee, relict of Symon Oversee, for 21 years,
      ===
      AGES OF LOWER NORFOLK COUNTY PEOPLE
      by Charles F. McIntosh

      William and Mary Quarterlies
      Series I; Volume 25

      No. 1 - July 1916; Pages 36 - 40

      No. 2 - October 1916; Pages 135 - 136


      Abstracted from Depositions found in Books A, B, C and D (1637 - 1665)
      in the Norfolk County Clerk's Office. The ages in almost all instances
      are followed by the words "thereabouts."

      Page 36

      Name Age Year
      OVERZEE Symon 30 1657
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      LANCASTER COUNTY DEEDS & WILLS 1654-1661; Antient Press; Page 22
      KNOW ALL MEN by these p:sents that I SIMON OVERZEE of LINKAVEN, Merchant, have ordained & constituted my well beloved Friend, Mr. WILLM. UNDERWOOD, to be my lawful attorney to ask & to demand of all p:son or p:sons as stand indebted to me all such debts as shall prove lawfully due to me in Rappahannock River & upon refussal to implead them and to use all such lawfull courses as my sd Attorney shall think good for the recovery & secureing of my debts with authority to consitute one or more attorneys under him as the case shall require p:miseing to certifie &allow all what shall be done in my behalfe by the aforesd. Mr. UNDERWOOD my Attorney as Witness my hand this 16th of Febr: 1655
      Witness ROWLAND LAWSON, SIMON OVERZEE
      THO: HARVEY his mark
      Recordatr: 12d Junii 1656
      ===
      1662-1665 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 348-349
      Northumberland County Court 20th of April 1663
      - Upon the peticon of Mr, ISAAC ALLERTON, Admr, of Maior GEORGE COLCLOUGH, deced., it is ordered that an Apprizemt, bee made of an Estate that formerly belonged to Mr. SYMON OVERZEE, wch: was in the hands of the sd. Maior COLCLOUGH & not Inventoried with his Estate, although possessed therewith in right of his Wife but by the Relict of the sd. Maior COLCLOUGH presented to the Court & recorded; & it is further ordered that Mr.WILLIAM THOMAS, Mr. THOMAS BRERETON, EDWARD COLES and RICHARD SPANN bee apprizers of the sd. Estate & sworne before Lt. Coll. SAMLL. SMYTH
      ===
      1662-1666 Deed & Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 107
      AN APPRAISEMENT of the Esate belonging to Mr. SYMON OVERZEE, late deced.
      p:sented to us the Subscribers by Mr. ISAAC ALLERTON & by us made according to order of the County Court of Northumberland being date the 20th of April 1663.
      Tob: and Caste.
      3 Mares & one Mare foale of a yeare old, 2 horses about 2 yeares old, 2 heifers, one whereof old & hammed stringed and the other 3 yeares old; 46 sheepe, 5 cowes, 3 cupboards & 2 old cupboard ( ); a paire of curtaines & vallances, foyer pillow's and 2 bed steads, 2 small feather beds, 2 bolsters, 1 blanket old, 2 pillow cases, 3 old carpetts, ( ) of curtaineing, 4 old cushions, a p:cell of old brasse & 1 old warming pan; 5 old cushion cases & ( ); 3 dozen old diaper napkins, ( ) clothes, 2 diaper towel's & ( ); 1 cute of curtaines, 3 pillow bearer of a ( ), 3 cupboard cloths, 1 paire of sheetes, 1 holland pillow beare, 4 paire of old sheetes, 1 trunck; 1 leather chaire, looking glasse, p:cell of old bookes, 3 old chaises & one old close sto( ); a p:cell of plate, some worne & broken, 2 paires of old andirons, 2 spills, 1 old chopping knife, 5 plough chaises, 3 yoake irons, 1 coulter & plough, 2 copper kettles, 1 brasse stew pan, iron & kettle & frying pan old, 2 small iron potts, a p:cell of Smithes tooles, a paire of old bellowes & old iron; one INDIAN boy & girle as slaves; the boy being lame -4400; 1 Servant to serve almost a yeare Total 39690
      May 6th 1663. WM. THOMAS RICH: SPANNE
      THO. BRERETON EDWARD COLES
      Three old iron backs for Chimneys which were forgotten & not appraised Jurat in Curam nobis Junii 1663 ELIZABETH ALLERTON
      RICH: LEE SAMLL. SMYTH
      20th August 1663, This Appraisemt, was recorded.
      Bills. RICHD. HOLDEN, JNO: REDMAN, FRANCIS GRAY, JNO: LORD, JERNEW, Lt. Coll. SMYTH, THO: MOULTON, Total 4691
      Recorded the 20th of August 1663.
      Part of Mr. OVERZEE's Estate not appraised. Laid by for the furniture of a Chamber & not appraysed. 1 feather bed bolster pillowe curtaines & vallens, bed steads & cowerleu, 1 paire of sheets, 1 diaper table cloth, lookeing glasse, ( ) cloth, cabbinett ( ), ( ) cupp, 1 small silver & quilt ( ) silver beaker, silver porringer, ( ) halfe a dozen small spoones, one whereof ( ) andirons, tonges & fire shovell ( )
      RICH: SPANNE EDWARD COLES
      20th August 1663. This was recorded
      ===
      Chancery Court Proceedings, 1674.
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      An Inquisition Indented taken at the City of S.t maries in the
      province of maryland the Twentieth day of June in the 43.th year
      p. 103 of the Dominion of Caecilius &a Annoq Domini 1674 Before Coll. (fol. 129) William Calvert Esq by virtue of a mandamus to him directed to this Inquisition annexed to Enquire what Lands or Tenements Simon Oversee late of S.t mary's County deceased dyed Seized of in his Demeasne as of fee within the Said County & of what mano.r holden and of what Services & how much those Lands & Tenem.ts are of value by the year in all issues & what time the Said Simon Oversee Dyed & who is his next heir & of what age the Said heir is & whose those Lands & Tenem.ts from the time of the Death of the Said Symon hath or doth Occupy & the issues & profitts thereof hath or doth receive & by what Title and how & in what manner By the Oaths of Garrett Vansweringen, Richard moy, Daniell Clocker Sen.r Walter Hall, John Quigley, Thomas Hatton, Robert Ridgely, Charles Delaroch, John Balley, W.m Harper, Jn° Askins & George Charlesworth w.ch Said Jurors upon their Oaths Say, That the Said Simon Oversee was Seized in his Demeasne as of ffee within the County of S.t maries at the time of his Death of Two hundred acres of Land Called S.t John's ffreehold holden of his Ldp's mann.r of S.t marys in free & Common Soccage by ifealty only for all Services & that the s.d Land was of the value of 4 /5 by the year in all issues And that the Said Symon was Seized also in his Demeasne as of ffee within the Said County at the time of his Death of 8oo acres of Land more adjoyning to the Said freehold without any name but how holden or by what Services or of what value by the year in all issues the Said Jurors Cannot find because the Records to w.ch they have had Recourse do not make the Same appear And the Jurors further Say that the Said Simon was Seized in his Demeasne as of ffee at the time of his Death of 700 acres of Land Called Hebden's hole holden of his Lpps manno.r of S.t George's in free & Common Soccage by fealty only for all Services and the Said Land was of the Value of 14 / 5 by the year in all issues and the S.d Jurors further find that the Said Simon Oversee Dyed in the Beginning of ffebruary 1659 And the S.d Jurors do further find no heir that the said Simon Oversee had at the time of his decease And the S.d Jurors do further find that the Sd Land Called S.t John's ifreehold & the Eight hundred acres adjoyning thereunto was Occupied & possessed by Elizabeth widow of the S.d Symon for one year after the Death of the sd Symon and Since that the Sd Land hath been in the possession of his Excellency Charles Calvert in the Right of the R.t Hon.ble the Lord prop.ry to whom the Same was & is Escheated for want of heirs of him the S.d Simon And y.e S.d Juro.rs do further find that the Sd Land Call.d Hebden's hole Containd 700 acres was Occupied & possessed by W.m Harper to this day by virtue of a Lease from the R.t Hon.ble the Ld prop.ry & that the issues & pfits of all the pcells of Land aforemenconed have been reced by & paid to the S.d Lord proprietary In Testimony whereof as well the S.d William Caivert Esq.r as the Juro.rs afores.d have hereunto Sett their hands & Seals the day and year first above written
      W.m Calvert (sealed)
      G: Van sweringensealedTho: Hatton sealed
      John Quigley sealed Char Delaroach sealed
      Richard Moy sealed John Bailey sealed
      his mark W.m Harper sealed
      Danll D C Clockersealed his mark
      Walter Hall sealed John A Askin sealed
      Robert Ridgelysealed Geo: Charlesworth sealed
      ===
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 303-10: ROTTERDAM: 550 acres; Possession of - 550 Acres - Hutchinson, William: Surveyed 7 July 1651 for Simon Oversee on the Easternmost branch of Nanjemoy Creek this land was escheated to his lordship for want of heir & granted to Robert Doyne.: Other Tracts Mentioned: WILLIAM & JAMES; FIELD CLOSE; ; Conveyance notes - James Stoddert from Nicholas Dawson; 8 March 1714, James Stoddert from John Browne; 21 Oct 1715,Resurveyed into WILLIAM & JAMES; 24 Feb 1725, folio 425, , , ,

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    1. [S044738] Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5. Fourth Edition. Volume III, Families R-Z.

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