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

Thomas Stonestreet

Male 1630 - 1706  (76 years)


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  • Name Thomas Stonestreet 
    Born 14 Jul 1630  Withyham, Sussex, England - Baptism Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 13 Nov 1706  Newport Hundred, Charles, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I009693  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Sep 2020 

    Family Elizabeth Butler,   b. Bef 1650,   d. Bef 1698, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 48 years) 
    Married Abt 1667  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Edward Stonestreet,   b. 1674, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Dec 1749, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
     2. Thomas Stonestreet,   b. 1683, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Nov 1771, King George's Parish, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years)
     3. Elizabeth Stonestreet,   b. Bef 1687, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1740, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 55 years)
     4. Sarah Stonestreet,   b. Bef 1689, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1710, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 23 years)
    Last Modified 20 Sep 2020 
    Family ID F06298  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Stonestreet, Thomas, Charles County, 14th Oct., 1706; 13th Nov., 1706.
      To son Edward, ex., and hrs., dwelling plantation and land 100 A., "Morrises Helpe," 50 A. of which is in a lease from Joseph Pile, Sr. Sd. land to pass to grandson Buttler, son of Thomas Stonestreet, and hrs.
      To grandson Thomas Mastin, personalty.
      Test: John Parnham, Joseph Pile., John Simpson. 12. 77.
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      Thomas Stonestreet 26.189 I CH 86.17.7 Jan 11 1706/07
      Appraisers: James Lattimore, John Scott.
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      Thomas Stonestreet 27.139 A CH 86.17.7 22.8.9 Oct. 1 1707
      Payments to: Addam Clark, Philip Briscoe, Thomas Hargis, Joseph Williams, Mr. Joseph Manning, Robert Charlesworth, Joseph Cooper, John Mechason, John Sanders.
      Executor: Edward Stonestreet.
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      Thomas Stonestreet 28.95 A CH 25.3.2 Dec 18 1707
      Payments to: John Parnham.
      Legatees: Robert Hager, Thomas Stonestreet, Sarah Sedman.
      Executor: Edward Stonestreet.
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      Thomas Stonestreet 32B.258 A CH 25.5.0 #6035 Jun 25 1711
      Payments to: Mrs. Mary Contee (executrix of John Contee), Robert Hagar in right of his wife (unnamed).
      Legatees: Sarah Sedman {sic Tedman - Actual accounty record spells it Tedman and says he is a son-in-law}, Thomas Stonestreet.
      Executor: Thomas Stonestreet.
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      mm: Another thing to consider is that Thomas Mastin was a transcription error and it should be Thomas Tedman. note Sarah is not mentioned in will but had to be alive for legacy to pass on since her husband would have gotten it.
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      Thomas Stonestreet 28.95 A CH 25.3.2 Dec 18 1707
      Payments to: John Parnham.
      Legatees: Robert Hager, Thomas Stonestreet, Sarah Tedman.
      Executor: Edward Stonestreet.
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      John Pile 2.156 I #93580 May 20 1676
      Appraisers; Thomas Simpson, Thomas Stonstreet.
      List of debts in the name of Joseph Pill: John Cage, Thomas Hussy, Andrew Ward, Thomas Stonstreet, John Wadrey, Francis Greene, John Welding, Richard Morris, Capt. Slye.
      List of accounts in the name of Joseph Pill: Samuell Dobson, Robert Maston, Edward Swan, Major Born, Col. Wharton, John Shepperd, Robert Greene, Thomas Simpson, Nicholas Carpenter, John Butler, Abraham Lamaster, John Cage, Richard Hubert.
      Administratrix: (unnamed).
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      John Pile 2.158 A SM 93580 #93580
      Appraiserss Thomas Simpson, Thomas Stonestreet.
      Payments to: Mr. Henry Adams, Joseph Pile (son).
      List of debts: Thomas Notley, Mr. Samuell Leadbeater, Mr. Samuell Raspin, Mr. John Hartwell, Mr. Richard Hubbard, Mr.Michaell Foster, Mr.William Lee (administrator of Mr. James Chancell).
      Administratrix: Sarah Pile (widow).
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      Andrew Ward 3.135 I #6645 Mar 27 1677
      Appraisers: Thomas Simpson, Thomas Stonestreete.
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      Vincent Mansell 9.469 I SM 18.12.4 Dec 31 1686
      Appraisers: Thomas Stonestreet, Abraham Price.
      Mentions: Justinian Tennison.
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      Charles County Land Records, Liber C#2 Page 7
      Recorded at request of Thomas Stonestreet, Jr.:
      11 Jun 1706; Indenture from Thomas Stonestreet, Sr., planter of Prince George's County, to Thomas Stonestreet, Jr., of Prince George's County, younger son of Thomas, Sr.; for natural love and affection and 5s; part of a tract called Birth Denn formerly in St. Mary's now in Charles Co.; bounded by Richard Morris and Edward Swann; laid out for 150 acres; /s/ Thomas Stonestreet (mark); wit. William Stone, Edward Chapman, Cornelius White; ack. in open court 11 Jun 1706
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      Charles County Court Records, June 1742 Court, Liber T#2, Page 380
      Pursuant to an order of the last Court, Commission issued to Allen Davies, John Chunn, Samuel Chunn, and John Winter of CC (not being any way related to the petitioner, contiguous proprietor, nor interested in sd land). Benjamin Thorn, seized of a tract of land called Burch Den, lying in CC, did on Mar 9, in the 27th year of our Dominion, prefer his petition to CC Court on the day afd before Robert [Yates], Gent, and his Associates, CC Justices, for Commission to examine witnesses to prove and perpetuate the memory of the bounds of sd tract of land.
      .Signed Mar 27, 1741 - Edm'd Porteus, Clerk.
      And now here, John Chunn and Samuel Chunn, return to this Court, the Commission afd, with the certificate and depositions thereunto annexed, viz -
      We certify that we called and caused to come before us, all such witnesses as to us were nominated by the within petitioner and also Isaac Wood, a party concerned, and took the examination of some witnesses touching their knowledge of the bounds of the within mentioned land. Signed May 3, 1742 - John Chunn, Sam Chunn.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of John Thorn, age about 45 years, who says that the place where he now stands, being on the point of a small hill near the dwelling house of William Thorn, decd, that the sd William Thorn told him, about 6 years ago, that on this place, old Edward Swann told him {about 48 years ago) stood a bounded red oak, a bounded tree of old Thomas Stonestreet's land called Burch Den, and further says that the sd William Thorn, decd, told him, if it should ever come in dispute, he would prove it, and this deponent further says that Samuel Swann told him that his father, Edward Swann, showed the sd Thomas Stonstreet where to take up the sd land.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of John Hilton, aged about 23, taken at the request of Isaac Wood, a contiguous proprietor, who says that about 10 years ago, at the request of Abraham Wood, the then possessor of sd contiguous land, he came to this place where he heard William Thorn, decd, say he was at work near this place, and that Thomas Stonstreet came to him, and he asked the sd Stonstreet if that was his bound tree, who answered no, nor did he know whose it was, the place where this deponent now stands being on the point of a small hill near the dwelling house of William Thorn, decd. Signed - John (I his mark) Hillton.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of Abraham Wood, late contiguous proprietor, age about 34, taken at the request of Isaac Wood, a present contiguous proprietor, who says that about 10 years ago, he heard William Thorn, decd, say that although there had been a proof made of the 2nd bound tree of a tract of land called Burch Den, his absence, he knows nothing of the sd bound tree, and that he never heard anybody say where it stood, and he further says that the sd William Thorn went with him to a magistrate and offered to prove what he had said, relating thereto, but the magistrate had no book with him, and told him it would be his best way to get some young people to hear what he had to declare relating to the sd bound tree, and this deponent further says he then being possessed of the sd contiguous land, he got several young persons together to the place where he now stands, being on the point of a small hill near the dwelling house of the sd William Thorn, who declared, in presence of them, that he knew nothing of the sd bound tree, and that he never heard anybody say where it stood. Signed - Abraham Wood.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of John Thorn, age about 45, who says that he heard Thomas Chambers, decd, say that 30 odd years ago, he was riding with old Thomas Stonstreet along a blind path, near the place where he now stands, being on a knoll on the north side of a small branch near the widow Dement's, and he further says that the sd Chambers told him that the sd Thomas Stonstreet pointed with his hand and said, there is my bound tree, a red oak, which this deponent says was on or near the place where he now stands. Signed - John Thorn.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of John Haithman, aged about 26, taken at the request of Isaac Wood, a contiguous proprietor, who says that about 10 years ago, at the request of Abraham Wood, the then possessor of the contiguous land, he came to this place, being on the point of a small hill near the dwelling house of William Thorn, decd, and he heard the sd William Thorn say he was at work near this place, and that old Thomas Stonstreet came to him and he asked the sd Stonstreet if this was his bound tree, who answered no, nor did he know whose it was, and he further says he heard sd William Thorn say, at the same time, that he did not know whose bounds it was. Signed - John (J his mark) Haithman.

      CC, May 3, 1742. The deposition of William Ward, age about 75, who says that about 30 years ago, he was in the woods and found some line tree and followed the sd line, which lead him to or near the place where he now stands, where he found a standing bounded tree on a knoll near the small branch on the north side thereof, near the widow Dement's, and he further says that some time after, he was in company with William Thorn, decd, and was telling him of the sd tree, and the place where it stood, and the sd William Thorn told him, it was a bound tree of old Thomas Stonstreet's land. Signed - William (W his mark) Ward.

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