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

Leonard Hollyday

Male 1691 - 1741  (50 years)


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  • Name Leonard Hollyday  [1
    Born 4 May 1691  Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 26 Jun 1741  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I012448  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 

    Father Thomas Hollyday,   b. Bef 1660, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Feb 1702/03, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 43 years) 
    Mother Mary Truman,   b. Abt 1660, Gedling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1699, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 39 years) 
    Married Abt 1680  Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F05397  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Sarah Smith,   b. Aft 1690, Calvert County, Maryland now Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1731, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 39 years) 
    Married Abt 1711  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Hollyday,   b. Abt 1711, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Jan 1767, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years)
     2. Clement Hollyday,   b. Aft 1723, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1786 and 1790, Talbot County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 61 years)
     3. Elizabeth Hollyday,   b. Aft 1711, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1750  (Age > 39 years)
     4. Mary Hollyday,   b. Abt 1718, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1795, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 78 years)
     5. Leonard Dr. Hollyday,   b. Abt 1730, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Dec 1793, Calvert County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 63 years)
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 
    Family ID F08130  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Eleanor Hill,   b. Between 1696 and 1699, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 15 Mar 1748/49, Dorchester County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years) 
    Married 1732  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 
    Family ID F07561  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Hollyday, Leonard. gent., Prince George's County, 7th Nov., 1739; 26th June, 1741,
      To son Thomas and male hrs., 1100 A, dwelling plantation and tracts adjoining "Holydays Wild Goose Meadow" and "Crews Meadow" also "Burnt House" and "True Man's Acquiantance" and House and lot in Nottingham, Shd. he die without male hrs, afsd. tracts to pass to son Leonard and male hrs, and son Clement and male hrs, and in default of any such hrs. to dau. Elizabeth and Mary.
      to son Leonard and male hrs., "Buzzard Island" in Calvert Co. and "Newells. Adventure."
      to son Clement and hrs., 1600 A. "Indian Creew" St. Marys County, "Nottingham" Charles Go.
      to wife - and child. Thomas, Leonard, Clement, Elizabeth and Mary, personal estate.
      to nephew Leonard Covington, bro. James and sis. Marjory Gantt, personalty,
      Son Leonard to be kept at school with Rev, John Eversfield until he is capable of studing Divinity, Physic or Law and then be placed with some gentleman who is capable of teaching him the profession he choses.
      At no time shall any child. be under guardianship or education of a Roman Catholic.
      Exs.: Wife and son Thomas.
      Overseers: Bro. James Hollyday, bros.-In-law Thomas Gantt and John Smith, nephew Leonard Covington and friend Alexander Contee.
      Test: Dr. James Boswell, Anne Waring, Sarah Greenfield, Thomas Gantt. 22.359.
      ===
      Col. Leonard Hollyday 26.356 PG £2160.8.10 Jul 30 1741 Aug 28 1741
      (also Leonard Holyday) (gentleman)
      David avid Cranford, Thomas Hodgkin.
      Creditors: Charles Stuart, James Boswell.
      Next of kin: Mary Gantt, Leonard Covington.
      Executors: Eleoner Hollyday, Thomas Hollyday.
      ===
      Col. Leonard Hollyday 27.268 PG £511.18.8 Nov 23 1742 Nov 25 1742
      Appraisers: David Crauford, Thomas Hodgkin, Charles Stuart.
      Mentions: Margery Gantt, Clement Hill, Jr.
      Executors: Mrs. Eleanor Hollyday, Mr. Thomas Hollyday.
      ===
      Col. Leonard Holyday 19.315 A PG £2160.8.10 £151.14.6 Nov 25 1742
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £511.18.8.
      Received from: Capt. Richard Gordon, William Black (merchant in London).
      Payments to: Dr. James Boswell, Dr. Charles Stewart, Mark Webb, John Smith Prather, John Robinson, David Craford, Edward Thursby, John Takey, Martha Camden, John Specknall, Mary Frazer, John Wardrope, Daniel Carroll, Robert Davis, Barbara Boyd, John Hepburn, Joseph Freeman, Thomas Osben, Mary Sim (administratrix of Dr. Patrick Sim), John James, Mr. James Russell, John Eversfield, Ignatius & Nicholas Diggs, Nicholas Macubins.
      Heirs (children): Thomas Holyday (accountant), Elisabeth, Mary, Leonard, Clement Holyday.
      Executors: Mrs. Elioner & Mr. Thomas Holyday.
      ===
      Col. Leonard Hollyday 19.475 A PG £950.18.1 Sep 23 1743
      The amount of the accounts also included £18.6.6 in sterling & #6045.
      Received from: John Smith, Robert Baden, Charles Neal, Vestry of St. Paul's Parish, Mr. Samuel Hyde (merchant in London), Mr. John Buchanan (merchant in London), Samuel Taylor, Tead Fennel.
      Payments to: Clement Hill, Jr., Thomas Crompton, William Beall, Henry Massey, Priscilla Bowie (executrix of Capt. William Finch, Jr.). Thomas Freeman, Col. Gabriel Parker (of Calvert County), Thomas Hawkins (of Charles County), Daniel Dulany, Esq., William Tench, Mrs. Anne Waring (now wife of Thomas Hollyday (accountant)), Elisabeth Hollyday (daughter, her portion), Mary (daughter, her portion) wife of Francis Waring.
      Legatees: Mr. Leonard Covingtone paid to his widow Priscilla Covingtone.
      Executors: Eleanor Hollyday, Mr. Thomas Hollyday.
      ===
      Col. Leonard Hollyday 21.399 A PG £1481.3.8 Aug 22 1745
      Received from: Hugh Taylor, Charles Neal, Robert King, Samuel Sarratt, Samuel Taylor, Anne Harris, William Kent, John Davis, Levin Wales, John Williams, Thomas Farran, John Stephens, John Mudd, Mr. Clement Hill.
      Payments to: Mr. William Black (merchant in London) paid to George Gordon, William Loyd, John Lyon, Jr., John Parran, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Francis Waring who married Mary (daughter, her portion), Francis Lee who married Elisabeth (daughter, her portion), Charles Stuart guardian to Leonard Hollyday (son, his portion), Thomas (accountant, son, his portion), Daniel Dulany, Esq., Eleanor (accountant, 1/3).
      Legatees: Thomas Gantt & his wife Margery, James Hollyday & his wife Sarah, Eleanor (accountant).
      Executors: Eleanor Hollyday who married Dr. William Murray (of Dorchester County), Thomas Hollyday (of Prince George's County).
      ===
      Col, Thomas Greenfield 36C.290 A PG £585.2.0 £551.0. 2Apr 25 1716
      Payments to: Mr. Levin Covington who married daughter (unnamed) of Col. Holiday, Leo. Holiday eldest son of Col. Holiday, Leo. Hollyday guardian of James Holyday younger son of Col. Thomas Holyday, Leonard Hollyday, Robert Hall, Wornell Hunt, Esq. Lloyd, Capt. Samuel Perry.
      Executors: Thomas Trueman Greenfield, James Greenfield.
      ===
      Hollyday, Thomas, Prince George's County, 20th Feb., 1703.
      To son James and hrs., dwelling plantation, "Billingsley Point."
      to dau. Margery and hrs., 500 A., "Holliday's Choice."
      to son Leonard and hrs., residue of real estate.
      to cous. William Holliday, to mother., Anne Skinner, brother and sister., Thomas and Martha Greenfield, personalty.
      to child. afsd., residue of personalty.
      Ex.: Thos. Greenfield.
      Thos. Greenfield, Wm. Holliday, Robt. Skinner and Clarke Skinner, guardians of child, during minority.
      Test: Jas. Stoddard., Robt, Owen., Wm, Greenup, Jno. Browne. 11.279
      ===
      Mr. Thomas Hollyday 91.317 PG £1198.16.4 Apr 6 1767 Apr 26 1767
      Appraisers: W. Bowie, John Harrison.
      Creditors: Charles Grahame attorney for James Russell of London, John Campbell for James Gordon & Co.
      Next of kin: L. Hollyday, Mary Waring.
      Executrix: Mrs. Anne Hollyday.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Record Book BB 1 - Page 129. Bond, recorded at the request of Thomas Hollyday. Mar 26, 1742. I, Eleanor Hollyday of PG, widow, give bond of 1000 £sterling, to Thomas Hollyday of PG, Gent, to warrant that I, with all convenient speed, will release to sd Thomas Hollyday (son of Colo Leonard Hollyday, late of PG, decd) all manner of dower which she, sd Eleanor Hollyday, now has or might have in such lands, tenements, hereditaments, which were the sd Colo Leonard Hollyday's, and by his will, bequeathed to his sd son, Thomas Hollyday, situated in the Counties of PG & Baltimore. Signed - Eleanor Hollyday. Wit Geo. Gordon, E. Gordon, Hezekiah Magruder. Recorded May 15, 1744.
      ===
      Greenfield, Thomas, planter, Prince George's County, 1701 Aug., 1715; 7th Nov., 1715.
      To dau. Jone Greenfield and hrs., residue of "'Archer's Pasture" a portion of same having already been given to son-in-law Gabriel Parker and his wife and their hrs.; also, tract "Pheasant Tree" adjoining same, 73 A. adjoining thereto (as per deed of conveyance from son Thomas Truman (Greenfield) to self, her mother to have benefit of last named tract during life), and 100 A., part of "Retalliation" running from the cabin branch to boundary of tract given son-in-law :Basil Waring (for further metes and bounds see will); also, bequest of personalty at 21 yrs.
      To son James and hrs., 52 A., "Pheasant Hills" adjoining tract where he lives, and Salt Store house in Nottingham Town.
      To Townsman John Brent and hrs., 50 A.,, part of "Juxta Stadium Aureolum"
      To Benjamin Gale, son of kinsman Jno. Gale, decsd., and his hrs., part of last named tract; lacking hrs., to pass to the poor of Gedling, nr. Nottingham; he to be under guardianship of Richard Groon.
      To William Olliver, of whom testator was formerly guardian, 50 A. adjoining land of Benja, Gale,
      To dau. Jone afsd., and hrs., residue of "Juxta Stadium Aureolum."
      To wife Martha, dwelling plantation during life, and absolutely plantation and land, 200 A., "Golden Race"; also, house and lot in "Mills Town." where tenant Evan Jones lives, and, as well, certain lease recorded from Wm. Mills.
      To son Thos. Truman Greenfield and hrs., ("Stokebardolph," in St. Marys County, and jointly with his young. brother Micajah Greenfield, 1/3 of 500 A., "Truman's Acquaintance" in Gunpowder Neck, to be held under guardianship of John Hall, of Balto. County, during minority of sd. 2 sons.
      To son-in-law John Wight and Ann, his wife,, part of "Anchovis Hills." it being a lease bought of Nath'll Magrader.
      To daus. Martha Waring and Eliza: Parker, personalty, including certain stock on plantation " Gledling Pt., " where she lives,
      To niece Mrs. Margery Covington and daus.-in-law ------, personalty. Also, to kinsman James Hollyday, when of age, personal estate in lieu of some belonging to estate of his deceased father., -----Mention made also of cous. Leonard (Holladay).
      To son Truman, at decease of wife and male hrs., dwelling plantation " Billingsley's Pointy" and ""Trent Neck"; lacking such hrs., to pass to son James and male hrs., and in succession to son Thos, Truman and male hrs. They dying without such hrs., to the poor of native town Gedling, in Grt. Brittain.
      Exs. Sons Thos., Truman and James afsd. In event of death of James, son Truman to take his place. Exs. empowered to sell 200 A., part of " Billingsley's Point," in fork of Patuxent, bought of Barnaby Kearne, of James R., Virginia.; "'Pascuum," lying next "'Anchovies Hills," and '"Nutwell's Adventure,," west of his lordship's manor in Chas. County, where Edward Thomas lives; 1/3 of land., ---- in Cecil County, bought from Nicholas Sproul by self, Chas. Car roll and Joshua Cecil; also, to sell part of "Taylor's Coast"' (for metes and bounds of land see will),, and to sell 80 A., adjoining Anne Guin's land., bounding on
      "Bullington, for benefit of estate.
      Test: Joseph Perry, Nicholas Davis, Jr., Wm. Badger. 14.89.
      ===
      Ransom, William, Prince George's County, 15th July, 1718; 9th Aug., 1718.
      To sister Eliz. Harris, personalty.
      To bros. George, Richard., Ignatius and Joseph and sister Eliza: Harris, residue of estate,
      real and personal, equally.
      Ex,: William Harris,
      Test: John Orme, Moses Orme, Aron Orme, Leonard Hollyday. MCW 14. 704.
      ===
      Mr. James Beall 9.211 A PG £43.2.3 Jun 18 1728
      A second inventory is cited in the amount of £6.14.0.
      Payments to: John Allison, Anne Gitting, administratrix of Francis King, Elienor Nutthall, John Roads, John Beall, Sr., Capt. Charles Beall, Meredith Davis per Dr. Haswell, John Pearce, William Beall, Sr., James Beall (son of Alexander Beall), Mary Jones, William Scott, Capt. Leonard Hollyday on account of Thomas Brooke (merchant in London), John Farguson, cost of suit against Dr, John Haswell and his wife Sarah Haswell, Elisabeth Stimson (executrix of Solomon Stimson) per John Mawderley to be paid in my father's (unnamed) lifetime, William Smith & William Mordant, Lingan Wilson, Robert Beall, Esq. Loyd per Mr. Robert Taylor, Edmond Jenings, Charles Calvert, Esq., Holland, Lee & Brooke, Brooke & Holland.
      Mentions: Mr. Jennings, widow (unnamed), 8 children (unnamed).
      Executor: John Beall, Jr.
      ===
      Letchworth, Thomas, Prince George's County, 14th March, 1721;
      21st June, 1722.
      To son Thomas and hrs., dwelling plantation "Joseph and Mary" and personalty at age of 18.
      To son Joseph and hrs., 200 A. of Brook Court Mannor and personalty.
      To 3 daus; Anne, Mary and Elizabeth and their hrs., 250 A. of ,"'Two Friends"' (now in Charles Co.) equally. Shd. both sons die without issue., dau, Anne to have dwelling plantation, Shd. daus, die without issue, survivors to divide portion of dec'd.
      To wife (unamed) extx., and children, residue of estate equally.
      Sale of pt. of "Joseph and Mary" and pt. of '"Brook Court" to Levin Covington confirmed,
      Overseers: Levin Covington and Leonard Holliday.
      Test: Nath. Magruder, Paul Rawlence, Benj, Wailes.
      Note: 26th Nov. 1722., widow Elizabeth Letchworth claims her thirds. 18.18
      ===
      Greenfield, James, Prince George County, 21st Nov., 1733; 26th Mch., 1734
      Testator states that having made a deed to two eld. daus. (viz.-.Mary Brooke and Elizabeth Skinner) designed to be in full of their claims to his estate they are to have no further portion except where it be hereby otherwise appointed; also having made a deed in trust to wife and her two sons designed to be in full-of all their claims to his estate, and if her sd. two sons should hereafter claim any part of estate they are to receive 1s. each and no more, and wife be at her election according to law.
      To two young. daus. Sarah and Eliner and their hrs., 50 A. "Pheasants Hills." 100 A. "Truman's Hills;" sd. daus. dying without issue, sd. lands to two eld. daus. afsd.
      Exs.: Col. Leonard Holliday, Henry Skinner.
      Test: Thomas Addington (Eddington), Samuel Keech, Simon Raine.
      Codicil: Col. Leonard Holliday and Thomas Gant, of Prince George County, Major Anderton Skinner and Henry Skinner, of Calvert County, are empowered to make over rights and interests in "Beal's Gift" to Leonard and Elizabeth Covington, legatees of late Levin Covington, of Prince George Co.
      Test: Same as above. MCW 21, 20
      ===
      Greenfield, Martha, widow, Prince George's County, 20th Feb., 1737/8; 27th Mch., 1739.
      To dau. Anne Wightt, certain personalty with proviso that she give the same to grandson Thomas Truman Greenfield and to grandson Thomas, son of Truman Greenfield; also other personalty in which grand-dau. Innocense Wight, grandson Isle of Wight, and grand-dau. Anne Wight, have a designated interest.
      To grandson Walter Truman Greenfield, grand-daus. Sabina Truman Gleenfield, Sarah and Elizabeth, grandson George Parker, grand-daus. Innocence Wightt, Martha Hawkins, grandson Francis Waring, grand-dau. Mary Taylor and her dau., Verlinder Taylor, personalty.
      To dau. Martha Waring, certain personalty, with proviso she gives a portion thereof to her dau., Martha Burgis.
      To dau. Jone Hawkins, personalty on condition that son-in-law Henry Hawkins pay to niece, Mrs. Margery Gantt, ;£16, which is due sd. niece.
      To grandson Garatt Truman Greenfield and hrs., 200 A. "The Golden Race,"' it having been paid by son Thomas Truman Greenfield, but not made over to him. Exs. empowered to sell "Dunnbar" nr. Mills Town, given testatrix by her dec'd. husband, who bou. it of William Mills, also a lot in sd. town bou. of William Watson.
      Exs.: Son-in-law Henry Holland Hawkins, daus. Martha Waring and Anne Wightt, shd. they refuse to act grandsons Francis Waring, Thos. Truman Greenfield and George Parker are appointed.
      Overseers: Nephew Leonard Hollyday, Thomas Gantt.
      Test: Coll. Leonard Hollyday, John Parker, Fr. Waring, John Orchard. 22. 61,
      ===
      Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 49
      16 Dec 1714; Recorded at request of Leonard Hollyday of Prince George's County, Gent.:
      18 Sep 1714; Indenture from Clement Hill of Prince George's County, Gent., to Col. Thomas Greenfield and Leonard Hollyday of Charles County, and Tho. Truman Greenfield of St. Mary's County, Gent.; for £50; a parcel on Swanston's Creek; containing 250 acres; /s/ Clem. Hill; wit. H. P, Jowles, Tho. Clagett
      ===
      Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 111
      3 Dec 1717; Recorded at request of Leonard Hollyday of Prince George's County, Gent.:
      18 Sep 1714; Indenture from Clement Hill of Prince George's County, Gent. to Col. Thomas Greenfield and Leonard Hollyday and Thomas Trueman Greenfield of St. Mary's County, Gent.; for £50; a parcel on the main ranch of Swanson's Creek and the west side of Calverton Manor; containing 250 acres; /s/ Clemt. Hill; wit. H. P. Jowles, Thos. Clagett; 18 Sep 1714; Clement Hill and his wife Anne ack. deed; 28 Aug 1717 Clement Hill ack. deed; John Bradford and Joseph Belt ack. as Justices of Prince George's County Court 23 Nov 1717
      ===
      Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 384
      31 Oct 1720; Recorded at request of Leonard Hollyday of Prince George's County, Gent.:
      15 Jun 1720; Indenture from Tho. Trueman Greenfield of St. Mary's Co. and James Greenfield of Prince George's County, Gent., to Capt. Leonard Hollyday of Prince George's Co.; Clement Hill of Prince George's Co. by conveyance dated 18 Sep 1714 conveyed to Col. Thomas Greenfield and Leonard Hollyday and Tho. Truman Greenfield of St. Mary's Co.; a parcel called Nutwells Adventure by patent dated 10 Oct 1704; land equally divided between above 3 gentlemen; now this indenture from Tho. Truman Greenfield on behalf of himself and his heirs and the said Tho. Truman Greenfield and James Greenfield, exs. of Col. Thomas Greenfield, to Leonard Hollyday, 2/3 of Nutwel's Adventure on the west side of the Patuxent and west side of Calverton Manor; /s/ T. T. Greenfield; ack. by Tho. Truman Greenfield and James Greenfield; wit. Samuel Williamson, Jno. Ashcom; certifi cation of Williamson and Ashcom, Gent., Justices of St. Mary's Co. 13 Jul
      ===
      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page90.
      At the request of John Adams of CC, planter, the following deed was recorded Jun 28, 1723.
      Mar 14, 1722. Saml Hanson of CC, gent, for 10,000 lbs of tobacco, sells to John Adams of CC, planter (in his actual possession now being), all that tract of land lying in CC called Tryal, and bounded by a bounded hickory near the plantation of Thomas Coleman, being the beginning tree of a tract of land called Nottingham now in the possession of capt Leonard Holeyday, containing and laid out for about 300 acres. Also, all that tract of land adjoining to the afd tract, called Addition, bounded by Nottingham, Tryal, containing about 10 acres. Signed - Sam Hanson. Wit A Contee, Thomas Howard, Robt Hanson*, Jso. Harrison*.
      Mrs. Elizabeth Hanson, wife of the within named Samuel, acknowledged the right to the land within mentioned. Signed - Jno Fendall*, Geo Dent*.
      ===
      Charles County, Maryland Liber L#2, Page 263. At the request of Thomas Coleman of CC, planter, the following deed was recorded this Apr 18, 1726.
      Nov 23, 1725 from Capt Leonard Hollyday of Prince Georges [County], merchant, to Thomas Coleman of CC, planter, for 3 £current money of Great Britain, all that part of a tract of land called Nottingham, lying in CC, containing about 6 acres. Signed - Leonard Hollyday. Wit - Sam Perrie, Ralph Crabb (Prince Georges County JPs). A Contee, Prince Georges County Clk, certified that Saml Perrie and Ralph Crabb are Prince Georges County Justices
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - folio18 o Indenture 28 Jun 1720; enrolled 17 Oct 1720
      From: Leonard Hollyday' Gent of Prince George's County To Robert Tyler, Gent of Prince George's County
      For £25 a parcel of land part of Tewksbury containing 103 acres in Prince George's County; bounded by the Patuxent River near the main branch called Collington; near Dr. Moore's spring call Green Branch; bounded by Beall's Reserve
      /s/ Leonard Hollyday (seal)
      Wit Ralph Crabb, Thomas Sprlgg
      Acknowledged by Sarah Hollyday, wife of Leonard
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 57
      Enrolled at request of Leonard Hollyday 27 Aug 1726:
      Indenture, 26 Aug 1726; Between Moses Orme and Aaron Orme, planters, and Capt. Leonard Hollyday, Gent.; for £72; part of a tract called Brookfield on the west side of the Patuxent; part of a tract formerly sold by Thomas Brooke, Esq., to Robert Orme, Sr.; on the bank of Mattapany Creek, bounded by an ancient Indian path; containing 200 acres; /s/ Moses Orme, Aaron Orme; wit. Jos. Belt, Jere Belt; ack. by Moses Orme and Lucy his wife; also Aaron Orme and Elizabeth his wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 361
      Enrolled at request of Moses and Aaron Orme 29 Jan 1728:
      Indenture, 18 Jan 1728/9; Between Thomas Brooke, Esq., and Moses and Aaron Orme, planters; for 8,000# tobacco; a parcel called Brooke Field on Brooke Creek; bounded by the Indian Old Field; containing 200 acres; /s/ Thomas Brooke; wit. Philip Lee, Leonard Hollyday; ack. 18 Jan 1728/9 by Thomas Brooke, Esq. and his wife Madam Barbary Brooke
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 363
      Enrolled at request of Leonard Hollyday 1 Feb 1728:
      Indenture, 18 Jan 1728; Between Moses Orme, planter, and Aaron Orme, planter, of one part, and Capt. Leonard Hollyday, Gent.; for £110; a parcel called BrookefieId on the west side of the Patuxent and south side of Mattapany Creek formerly called Brooke Creek; tract sold by Thomas Brooke to Robert Orme, Sr.; bounded by Hollyday's land; containing 150 acres; /s/ Moses Orme, Aron Orme; wit. Philip Lee, John Smith; ack. Moses Orme and Aaron Orme sd. date
      Memorandum: Leonard Hollyday agreed that a grave yard of 30 foot square wherein the father of Moses and Aaron was buried will be reserved for a burying place for sd. Moses and Aaron; 18 Jan 1728
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 191
      Enrolled at request of Justices of Prince George's Co. 19 Dec 1730:
      Indenture, 19 Dec 1730; Between Daniel Carroll of Upper Marlborough Town, merchant, of one part and Ralph Crabb, Thomas Gantt, George Noble, Leonard Hollyday, John Magruder, Jeremiah Belt and their associates, Gent. Justices the Peace; for 5s; a parcel in Marlborough being part of Darnall's Chance where the County Court House and County Prison Stocks and Pillory now stand; containing 1 acre; mentions Col. Joseph Belt and Elizabeth Sinton; /s/ Danll. Carroll, wit. Philip Lee, A. Contee; 19 Dec 1730 ack. by Daniel Carroll
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 336
      Enrolled at request of John Haswell 28 Aug 1731:
      Indenture 28 Aug 1731; Between John Hardee and John Haswell, Gent.; for £30; a parcel called Brotherhood; bounded by "second bounded tree of Mount Arrant"; containing 75 acres; /s/ John Harde; wit. Leonard Hollyday, John Beall; 28 Aug 1731 ack. by John Hardee and Barbary his wife

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    1. [S044774] Early Families of Southern Maryland, Volume: 7.

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