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

Jacob Rev. Henderson

Male 1684 - 1751  (67 years)


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  • Name Jacob Rev. Henderson 
    Born 1684 
    Gender Male 
    Died 26 Oct 1751  Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I019059  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 

    Family 1 Mary MNU Duvall,   b. Bef 1677,   d. 1717, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 40 years) 
    Married 1711  Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 
    Family ID F07705  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Mary Stanton,   b. Bef 1690, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Feb 1762, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 72 years) 
    Married 1738  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 
    Family ID F08434  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      HENDERSON, JACOB, Prince George's Co., Clerk, Rector of Queen Anne's Parish. 4 Aug, 1751; 26 Oct, 1751
      To wife Mary Henderson, during life, the use of lands and house: "Duckett's Hope" and Jacob's Addition'; also, use of all my slaves, stock and estate; the interest of 1,900 pounds sterl., Irish Value, given to the Incorporated Society in Dublin, for promoting English Protestant schools in Ireland, which interest at five cents, I reserved to her after my decease, by a deed, a copy whereof she has; 200 pounds sterl. to be paid her out of estate in a reasonable time after my decease.
      Wit: Jas. Beck, WM. Gore, Jr., Thomas Wells.
      To Robert Tyler, son of Robert Tyler, my wife's niece and his hrs. forever, after decease of wife, the afsd. tracts of land, provided he gives to his sister Mary Tyler and her hrs., 200 A. land out of the lands he has in the neighborhood; 1/2 of woodland, with a good new tobacco house, which if he does not think fit to comply with them, my will is that the sd. 2 tracts to go sd. Mary Tyler and hrs. and assigns forever; also, to Robert Tyler and hrs., my right to land called "Ridge," which I purchased of Joyce Gladstone and her daus.
      To Mrs. Elizabeth Denune, wife of Dr. William Denune, 30 pounds sterl., to be paid after my decease, and decease of my wife.
      To John Duvall, inspector, 30 pounds sterl. to be paid after decease of my wife.
      To afsd. Mary Tyler, slave girl called Pegg.
      To 6 nephews and 2 nieces, children of Thomas Thompson, by my sister Mary, to each of them, 1 s. money.
      To my half bros. and 2 half sisters in Ireland, sons and daus. of my mother by John Harrison, to each 1 s.
      To Mary Watson, dau. of David Watson, slaves.
      Wit: Jas. Beck, Wm. Geo Jr., Thomas Wells.
      Codicil: Desire my debts paid, and remainder of estate whatever in England, Ireland or elsewhere, after decease of wife.
      To the Hon. The Incorporated Society, in London, for the propragation of the Gospel in foreign parts, to promote the purposes of their incorporation and of this my last will and testament.
      Wife, and Robert Tyler, exs.
      Wit: Jas. Beck, Wm. Goe, Jr., Thomas Wells.
      The widow determined to abide by the devise in the will. Liber D.D., No. 1. 28. 184
      ===
      Rev. Jacob Henderson 56.19 PG 1423.6.8 Nov 19 1752 Nov 30 1753
      of Queen Anne s Parish.
      Appraisers: Turnor Wootton, Benjamin Hall.
      Creditors: Mary Murdock, Samuel Clagett.
      Next of kin: Arthur Thompson.
      Executors: Mary Henderson, Robert Tyler.
      ===
      Rev. Jacob Henderson 35.323 A PG 1464.19.5 72.4.3 Nov 30 1753
      The amount of the accounts also included 75.11.8 in sterling & #16727.
      Received from: Silvanus Grove (merchant in London), John Hanbury (merchant in London), Incorporated Society in Dublin, Mr. Mordica Jacob, Robert (accountant), Rev. Mr. Theop. Swift, Rev. Mr. Moses Tabbs, Mr. Thomas Williams, Mr. Richard Isaac, Mr. Samuel Plummer.
      Payments to: Edward Goodwin, Dr. John Hamilton, George Stewart, Mr. John Duval, Benjamin White, Mr. John Gray, Charles Griffith, Maj. Henry Hall, Mr.
      Philip Pindle, Mr. Benjamin Boyd, James Wardrop, Mr. Benjamin Hall, Samuel Clagett, James Beck, John Selman, Mr. Thomas Hyde, Maj. Jere. Belt, James Waugh, Mr. John Moffett, Mr. William Murdock, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Stephen West, Jonas Green (printer), Rector Governors Trustees & Visitors of Free School in Annapolis, William Thompson, Dr. William Denune, Mr. Peter Dent.
      Executors: Mrs. Mary Henderson, Mr. Robert Tyler.
      ===
      Mr. Robert Tyler 26.165 PG 669.15.10 Sep 4 1736 Aug 29 1741
      Appraisers: Thomas Lancaster, William Smith. Creditors; Thomas Lancaster, Samuel Preston Moore. Next of kin: Mareen Tyler, Mary Tyler.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson.
      ===
      Robert Tyler (gentleman) 18.290 A PG 669.15.10 285.13.10 Aug 29 1741
      The amount of the accounts also included E50.18.0 in sterling and #2098.
      Received from: Mr. Joseph Adams (merchant in London), Mr. John Hanbury (merchant in London), Thomas Ricketts, Hugh Ryley, William Chaplain, Mr. Dickweight.
      Payments to: Thomas Lancaster, Dr. Richard Hill, Dr. John Hamilton, Mr. William Murdock, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Mr. Peter Dent.
      Legatees: Elisabeth (daughter) wife of Samuel Pottinger, Priscilla (daughter) wife of Nathaniel Wickham, Susannah (daughter) wife of John Lemarr, Manson Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (son), Robert Tyler (grandson) paid to his mother Mary Tyler, Mary Tyler (granddaughter), William Tyler (grandson).
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Jacob Henderson (clerk).
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      Robert Taylor (gentleman) (Tyler) 20.193 A PG 72.2.9 May 11 1744
      The amount of the accounts also included #63.
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany, Esq.
      Legatees: Ruth Tyler (granddaughter) wife of Mordecai Jacob.
      Executrix: Mary Henderson, wife of Rev. Jacob Henderson.
      ===
      Duvall, Martha, Prince George's Co., 2nd May, 1739 ; 22nd Nov., 1739.
      To cous. Mary Whitehead, Anne Carrick and Elizabeth Denune and to Martha Wells, wife of Thomas Wells, personalty.
      To sister Anne Way of South Carolina, residue of estate.
      Ex.: Rev. Mr. Jacob Henderson.
      Test: Benja Jacob, John Thomson and Morda. Jacob. 22. 104.
      ===
      Mrs. Martha Duval 24.405 AA 222.19.7 Jan 5 1739 Feb 22 1739
      Appraisers: Henry Wright, Thomas Harwood.
      Creditors: George Steuart, William Denune.
      Next of kin: Meacon Duval, Sr., Benjamin Duvall.
      Executor: Rev. Mr. Jacob Henderson.
      ===
      Martha Duvall 20.194 A PG 222.19.7 175.1.6 May 11 1744
      The amount of the accounts also included 5.0.0 in sterling
      Received from: Mr. lasaac Milner (merchant in London)
      Payments to: Dr. George Steuart, Dr. Thomas Watkins, Dr. William Denune, Edward Hall, Philip Pindell, Susanna Fowler, John Duvall, John Wells, Francis Hall, Henry Hall, Mr. William Murdock, Daniel Dulany, Esq., William Thompson,
      Legatees: Mary Whitehead (cousin), Anne Carrick (cousin), Mrs. Martha Wells, Anne Way (sister, in South Carolina), Elisabeth Denune (cousin).
      Executor: Rev. Jacob Henderson.
      ===
      JACOB, Mordecai, Prince George's Co. 11 Oct, 1770 8 May, 1771
      Ex. wife Jemima.
      Children: Benjamin, Mordicai, Sarah, George, Jemima, and Eleanor.
      Tracts : "Evans Range," where my father Benjamin Jacobs lately dwelled, "Widows Purchase, "Bowles Addition."
      Wit: Benjamin Gaither, John Isaac, Joseph Peach. 38. 326
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber F - Folio: 34/560; Indenture, 13 March 1717
      From: Henry Ridgley, grandson and heir of Col, Henry Ridgley of Prince George's County To: Jacob Henderson, Clerk of Prince George's County
      For 35 a 100 acre tract called Enfield's Chase; granted 1683 to John Lewellin for 1,600 acres in Prince George's County
      /s/ Henry Ridgley (seal)
      Wit: Theo Stewart, Ber. White, Saml Young
      Memorandum: 13 Mar 1717 Henry Ridgley acknowledged deed; enrolled 10 Apr 1718
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber F - Folio: 36/563; Indenture, 6 Mar 1717
      From: Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County
      T o: Jacob Henderson, clerk
      For 15 a tract of land called Ryley's Hazard in Prince George's County; bounded by Chance
      /a/ (no signature)
      Wit: James Stoddert, John
      Memorandum: Rebecca Ryley, wife of Hugh, acknowledged deed; enrolled 10 Apr 1718
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber F - Folio: 39/564; Indenture, 7 Mar 1717
      From: Charles Hyatt, planter of Prince George's County
      To: Jacob Henderson, clerk of Prince George's County
      For 46 part of Tyler's Pasture; containing 100 acres
      /s/ Charles Hyatt (seal)
      Wit: James Stoddert, Thos Stewart
      Memorandum: Sarah Hyatt, wife of Charles, acknowledged deed; enrolled 6 Apr 1718
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 58; Indenture, 1 Nov 1720; enrolled 28 Jan 1720
      From: Mareen Duvall, Sr. of Prince George's County
      To:Jacob Henderson, clerk of Prince George's County
      For 80 his moiety of a tract of land called Howerton's Range /s/ Marene Duvall, Sr. (seal)
      Wit: Ralph Crabb, Thomas Gantt
      Acknowledged by Mareen Duvall; no acknowledgement by wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1717-1726 - Liber I - Folio: 60; Indenture, 4 Dec 1720; enrolled 28 Jan 1720 From: Henry Hall, clerk of Anne Arundel County
      To: Jacob Henderson, clerk, and Robert Tyler, merchant
      A part of Parrott's Manor; bounded by Essington and the North Branch of the Patuxent; containing 600 acres for 80
      /s/ Henry Hall (seal)
      Wit: William Lock, J. Murdock
      Acknowledged by Henry Hall; no acknowledgement by wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 86
      Enrolled at request of John Haymond 22 Dec 1726:
      Indenture, 4 Jul 1726; Between Jacob Henderson and John Haymond, carpenter; Charles Hoyat [Hyatt] on 27 Jun 1719 140 acres of a tract called Tyler's Pasture; this indenture from Henderson to Haymond for 35; 174 acres reserved for Seth Hyatt by Charles Hyatt when he sold sd. Jacob 100 acres by indenture dated 7 Mar 1717; /s/ Jacob Henderson; wit. Jos. Belt, Ralph Crabb; 4 Jul 1726; ack. by Jacob Henderson and Mary his wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 212
      Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 20 Feb 1730:
      Indenture, 18 Feb 1731; Between Robert Tyler, Sr., merchant, and Jacob Henderson, clerk; for 62; parcel called Jacob's Addition being part of tract call Brough; bounded by Duckett's Hope formerly sold by Tyler; tract called Brough but sold by name of Tyler's Discovery; containing 125 acres; /s/ Robt. Tyler; 18 Feb 1731; ack. by Robert Tyler and Mary his wife
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 409
      Enrolled at request of John Sitton, blacksmith, 19 Feb 1731:
      Indenture, 5 Nov 1731; Between Jacob Henderson and John Sitton, blacksmith; for rents and covenants; part of Duckett's Hope north of Cattaile Meadows & also part of another tract called Jacob's Addition; lease for 10 years; /s/ John Sitton, Jacob
      Henderson; wit. Maren Duvall, Sr., William Goe (mark); 12 Nov 1731 ack by Jacob Henderson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 438
      Enrolled at request of Rev. Jacob Henderson, bill of sale, 13 May 1732:
      John Sitton, blacksmith, for 29.4 which I stand indebted to Jacob Henderson; 20 hogs, 9 cattle, 3 horses, a set of Smith's tools as bellows, anvils, hammers, tongs, files, vices and all other tools whatsoever belonging to the trade of which I am
      possessed, and other possessions; /s/ John Sitton; wit. Elizabeth Philips, Barlly Darby (mark); bill of sale not ack.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 591
      Enrolled at request of Rev. Jacob Henderson, bill of sale, 15 Jan 1732:
      John Sitton, blacksmith, for 29.4; stand justly indebted to Jacob Henderson; all my moveable goods and household stuff [itemized]; /s/ John Sitton; wit. Isaac Hyde, Turner Wootton; 13 Jan 1732; above ack. deed
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 635
      Enrolled at request of Maren Duvall 31 Mar 1733:
      From Jacob Henderson, clerk, for love and friendship to kinsman Maren Duvall, Sr. of the Great Marsh, Gent.; a parcel called Pleasant Grove; bounded by Tyler's Pasture; containing 1, 632 acres; /s/ Jacob Henderson; wit. William Cumming, Robert Gordon; ack. 30 Jan 1732/3 by Jacob Henderson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 637
      Enrolled at request of Jacob Henderson 11 Apr 1733:
      Indenture 16 Mar 1732; Between Charles Carroll of Annapolis, surgeon, and Jacob Henderson, clerk; Lewis Duvall once of Anne Arundel Co. purchased of Robert Tyler a parcel called Martha's Choice part of Darnall's Grove; bounded by land laid out for Col. Henry Ridgly and land of Samuell Duvall; laid out for 300 acres; Lewis Duvall and Martha his wife by mortgage dated 8 Oct 1706 conveyed Martha's Choice to Robert Mitchell; Mitchell conveyed by his atty. John Battie 2 Apr 1711; he assigned to John Hyde; by deed 27 Nov 1733 to Charles Carroll; this indenture; Carroll, for 30,000# tobacco conveys to Jacob Henderson; /s/ C. Carroll; wit. Richard Wood, Chas. Steward; 16 Mar 1732 ack. by Charles Carroll and Dorothy his wife
      ===
      Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland
      Recorded at request of Dr. William Denune, 30 Jun 1737:
      28 Jun 1737; Indenture between Rev. Jacob Henderson, clerk, and Dr. William Denune; 50; a parcel called Denune's Purchase; 200 acres; /s/ William Denune, Jacob Henderson; wit. John Beall, Nathaniel Wickham; ack. Jacob Henderson
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 Liber Y; Page 654.
      Land Commission. Lord Baltimore ... The depositions were taken on the following Mar 14 1742/43.
      The Revd Mr. Jacob Henderson, aged about 58 years, says that about 20 years ago, Con Addison and others, being appointed Commissioners to settle the bounds of Ridgly and Tylers Chance, Abraham Boyd declared before the Commissioners that one, [blank 1st name] Johns (who had some concern or interest in Frys Choice) told him that the beginning tree of Eglinton stood about 10 feet to the eastward of sd tree, in which place there was then a stump, and further says that at the same time, Messrs Robert Tyler, Mareen Duvall Sr, Mareen Duvall Jr, Samll Duvall, and the Revd Mr. Henry Hall, were present, and all agreed to the afd boundary.
      ===
      Prince George's Land Records 1743-1746 - Liber BB - Page 393.
      Bill of Sale, recorded at the request of Revd Jacob Henderson. I, William Hammond of PG, Peruke maker, have sold and delivered to Jacob Henderson of PG, Clk, for 5 f 4 shillings, a black mare and colt. If, however I pay sd Jacob the afd sum by next May 1, this bill of sale to be void. Signed Dec 31, 1745 - Willm Hammond. Wit - William Thompson, Richard Keene*. Recorded Jan 11, 1745/46.

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