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

Thomas Lovelace

Male Abt 1720 - Aft 1769  (~ 50 years)

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  • Name Thomas Lovelace 
    Born Abt 1720  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1769 
    Person ID I018943  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 Dec 2020 

    Father Thomas Lovelace,   b. Bef 1700,   d. Aft 1745, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 47 years) 
    Mother Margaret MNU Lovelace 
    Family ID F11521  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • ===Thomas Lovelace, probably Jr.
      MORLAND, PHILLIP, Charles Co. 18 May 1766
      21 April 1773
      To sons Philip and Stephen Morland, all my land 143 acres (unnamed).
      To wife Ledia Morland, extx., all of personal estate,
      Wit: Thos, Lovelace; Thos. Bowman; James Darnall, Richard Morland, heir at law refused to attend the probate of above will. 39.238
      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 81. At the request of Thomas Loveless, the following deed was recorded on Jan 6, 1745[/6].
      Dec 13, 1745 from John Lawson of Prince Georges County, Gent, to Thomas Loveless of CC, planter, for 35 £sterling money of GB, a tract of land in CC called Batchellors Forrest, bounded by the main fork of the Cabbin Branch near the land of Mr. Thomas Gantt, containing about 125 acres. Signed - Jno Lawson. Wit - Allen Davies, Young Parran. The deed was acknowledged by John Lawson and Eliza., his wife.
      Vincent Askin 24.277 A CH £899.17.4 Jan 4 1747
      Sureties: Philip Edlen, Holland Middleton.
      Received from: John Darnall, sr., Henry Martin, Thomas Ward, Jane Crackling, John Miles, John Obam, John Galwith, Sr., William Baggot, William Sheak, Thomas Smith,Mary Roby, Edward Darnall, Richard Montgomery, John Brennen, John Sims, Martha Mathis, Roger Cohoe, Mary Cadle, John Moore, James Redwell, William Cohoe, Mary Walliss, John Owing, Isaac Darnall, Will. Jones, Sam. King, Sr., Thomas Owing, Sr., John Owing, Edward Tucker, James Husard, Will. Ogden, Sr., Andrew Ogden, John Lyon, Charles Clements, William Buck, William Speak, James Brooke, James Nutwell, Thomas Mandly, James Neal, Peter Carico, Elisabeth Wheatly, Ralph Roby, John Hard, Thomas Jackson, John Vincent, Luke Gardner, Niffit Leech, Thomas Fitzer, Nomas Ozburn, John Hurdle, John Hardy, Ignatius Windsor, Oliver Burch, Edward Jenkins, Edward Miles, Luke Windsor, Susannah Wheatly, William Bowling, John Warnell, Sr., Samuel Garner, Sr., Authur Smith, John Perryman, Richard Smith, Arthur Smith, Robert Davis, William Windsor, John Hardy, Thomas Lewis, John Handly, Edward Butler, Elisabeth Holden, Thomas Osburn, William Douglass, John Glaze, Cuthbert Green, Thomas Bowles Williams, Mary Jameson, Tub. Rumball, William Jones, Negro Will, Benjamin Borous, Henry Green, John Farran, James Bourman, Thomas Hare, Notley Clements, Benjamin Wood, James Ragan, Luke Gardner, John Sims & William Natsons, John Sims & ------ Goff, William Kedwell, James Goff, John Cawood, Francis Montgomery, James Keech, William Hagan, Thomas Loveless, Jr., Thomas Warren, Francis Wheatly, Richard Norwood, James Smith, John Andrew Camborn, William Boarman, Richard Gardner, William Barker, Thomas Kedwell, Clement Hill, Thomas Cecil, Ananias Green, Elisabeth Thomas, James Brook, Charles Spalden, Thomas Speak, William Cragh, Barton Hungerford, Mary Hammersly, John Burch, John Harbin, John Chappel, Arthur Robinson, John Turner, William Thomas, Charles Brook, Sr, Mary Magrah, Francis Wheatly, Joseph West, John Frazer, Catherine Allen, John Padget, Peter Davis, Cornelius Sandford, William Tucker, Thomas Farrand, Charles Blandford, Thomas North, Jane Mudd, Sarah Ragan, Elisabeth Mudd, Thomas Marsh, Mary Dunkan, Elisabeth Morriss,Thomas Dunkins, Richard Estep, John Harrison, Benjam Suthrin, Richard Suthrain, Anne Grissam, Richard Glaaden, Philip Highfield, Rebecca Howard, Allen Davis, Thomas Coleman, James Steward, Secily Simmons, James Montgomery, Edward Miles, Charles Craycroft, Charles Courts.
      Payments to: Dr. Ross, John Wheatly, James Russell, Henry Brook, Francis Goodreck, Mr. Key, Thomas Wheatly, Sam. Hanson, Sam. Hanson & James Keech, Hudson Wathen.
      Executors: James Middleton, Ignatious Gardner
      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 623. Bill of Sale. We, John Lovelace, Thomas Lovelace, & Luke Lovelace did, on Dec 21, 1768, pass our bond to Samuel Hanson, conditioned for the payment of 10 £1 shilling and 4 pence and 6051 lbs of crop tobacco. There remains now on the bond 8 £14 shillings and 10 pence & 6007 lbs of crop tobacco with legal interest from Aug 28, 1769. We want to make sd Hanson all the satisfaction in our power towards the payment of part thereof. We therefore make over to sd Hanson, as follows: sd John makes over a bay horse which John bred himself, 1 black horse called Skip which he had of Peter Robey, 1 cow and calf he had of Thomas Lovelace, 1 cow and yearling, 1 ram, 2 sows and 2 shoats, 2 old beds and furniture and the rest of his household goods; sd Thomas makes over 1 sorrel horse called Blaze which he had of Peter Robey, 2 cows, 1 yearling & calf, 1 sow & 5 shoats, and 2 old beds and furniture, and all the rest of his household goods; sd Luke makes over 1 black mare which he had of John Montgomery, 1 sow and 5 shoats, and 1 bed and furniture, and all the rest of his household goods. Sd Hanson intends to let the articles afd remain for some time in the possession of sd John Lovelace, Thomas Lovelace, and Luke Lovelace, but the Lovelaces, under penalty of 5000 lbs of crop tobacco, oblige themselves to deliver the articles when requested. Sd Hanson may have this bill of sale stand for security or to have recourse to the bond afd for the discharge thereof. Signed Aug 28, 1769 - John (; his mark) Lovelace, Thos (T his mark) Lovelace, Luke (+ his mark) Lovelace. Wit - Geo Lee*, Recorded Sep 9, 1769,
      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Riverside: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 406-194: BACHELORS FORREST: 125 acres; Possession of - 125 Acres - Lawson, John: : Surveyed for John Lawson 29 Dec 1725, beginning at a bounded White oak: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 125 Acres - Thomas Lovelace from John Lawson; 13 Dec 1745,,