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

Jane MNU Luckett

Female 1706 - Bef 1774  (< 68 years)


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  • Name Jane MNU Luckett 
    Born 1706  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Bef 15 Jun 1774  Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 15 Jun 1774  Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I051084  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 May 2020 

    Father Family Walker 
    Family ID F26538  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Ignatius Luckett,   b. 30 Jan 1688/89, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Apr 1735, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 46 years) 
    Married Abt 1722  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Samuel 'Innkeeper' Luckett,   b. 1722, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1757, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 36 years)
     2. William Luckett,   b. 1723, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 May 1759, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 36 years)
     3. Thomas Hussey Luckett,   b. 1724, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jan 1800, Fauquier County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
     4. Ignatius Luckett,   b. 1726, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Jun 1783, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 57 years)
     5. John Luckett,   b. 1726, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1779, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 54 years)
     6. Notley Luckett,   b. 1727, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1790, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 64 years)
     7. Elizabeth Luckett,   b. Abt 1729, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jan 1777, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years)
     8. Anne Luckett,   b. Abt 1730, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     9. Charity Luckett,   b. Abt 1732, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 25 May 2020 
    Family ID F01450  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Arthur Westman,   b. Bef 1703,   d. 19 Apr 1743, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 40 years) 
    Married Abt 1736  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 25 May 2020 
    Family ID F26525  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 3 James Freeman,   b. 1703, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Aug 1748, Charles County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 45 years) 
    Married Bef 10 May 1744  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 25 May 2020 
    Family ID F09533  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 4 John Kinsman,   b. Abt 1706,   d. 19 Dec 1760, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 54 years) 
    Married Bef 20 Mar 1749/50  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 25 May 2020 
    Family ID F11472  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • unproven as Luckett or a Ashford
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      KINSMAN, JANE, Fairfax County, Virginia, proved In Charles Co.
      3 Nov 1773 15 June 1774
      To granddau. Marla Minor, at age 19 or marriage, Negro Moses In the possession of Ignatius Lucket my son in law, feather bad, furniture, silver table spoons and 6 tea spoons.
      To James Minor the sister[sic] of the above Marla,, a mulatto girl about 14 years of age named Isabella Grant who will be free at age 31.
      To Elinor Lucket, dau. of Ignatius Luckett, furniture which are In possession of her father.
      To Mary Anne Luckett dau. of the above Ignatius, furniture.
      To son in law John Minor, furniture In mansion house in Portobacco In Charles Co.
      That the rents of my houses and the hire of my Negroes and sale of Negro Sam, to be divided between Ignatius Lucket and John Minor my son in law.
      Ignatius Luckeet and John Minor, exs,
      Wit: Henry Dorne, Samuel Hogdin. 39.700
      ===
      LUCKETT, JANE, Charles Co. 14 April 1765; 7 April 1775
      To son Notley Luckett, exr. all of estate.
      Wit: Igna. Luckett; Ledstone Smallwood; Joseph Pickrel. 40.257
      ===
      Janet Kinsman 119.259 CH 132.7.6 Sep 24 1774 Nov 14 1774
      Appraisers: Zephaniah Franklin, Edward Milstead.
      Next of kin: Ann Minor, George Graybred.
      Executor: Ignatius Luckett
      ===
      Luckett, Ignatious, gent. Charles County, 29th Mch., 1734-5; 16th Apr., 1735.
      To wife Jane, extx., 250 A., being half of "Moore's Ditch," during life; at her decease to son Ignatius and hrs.; and personalty. son Samuel and hrs., other half of "Moore"s Ditch;" and personalty. sons Willam and John and their hrs., 100 A. "Luckett's Level," 100 A. "Square Adventure," 50 A. of "Small Hope," bought of Thomas Morris, also interest in 200 A. of land for which testator holds bond of father-in-law John Hanson; and personalty.
      To son Thomas Hussey Lucket, 60 for purchase of land; and personalty.
      To daus. Elizabeth, Anne and Charity, personalty; 1/3 of personal estate to wife Jane, residue to be divided among all child., viz.: Samuel, Ignatius, William, John, Thomas Hussey, Elizabeth, Anne and Charity.
      Test: Francis Goodrick, John Hanson, Thomas Hussey Luckett. 21, 338.
      ===
      Charles County Court Records, March 1738/9 Court, Liber T#2, Page 542.
      Sep 20, 1738. Jane Luckett, Executrix of Ign:s Luckett - D'r. To the decd's estate then accounted for - 791.7.8M. The whole sum to be secured & disposed according to the decd's Will - 791.7.8M.
      March Court 1739 101
      To his wife, a Negro man named Will, a Negro woman named Judy, and a Negro man named Pompey, all appraised at - 88.0.0.
      To his son, Saml, a Negro boy named Panizer, appraised at - 30.0.0.
      To his son, Ign:s, a Negro boy named Ben, appraised at - 10.0.0.
      To his son, William, a Negro boy named Toney, appraised at - 8.0.0.
      To his son, John, a Negro boy named George, appraised at --8.0.0.
      To his son, Thomas Hussey Luckett, 60 sterling in currency is - 80.0.0, and a Negro girl named Sue, appraised at - 6.0.0
      To his daughter, Elizabeth, a Negro girl named Sissley To his daughter Ann, a Negro boy named Tom.
      To his daughter Charity, a Negro boy named Andrew. All appraised at - 23.0.0.
      253.0.0.
      To the widow's one third of the remainder except slaves - 125.15.10%.
      The residue to be equally divided among his 8 children according to his Will, which is to each 51.11.53/4, in all .-412.11.10.
      791.7.834.
      John Winn of Prince Georges County & Thomas Hawkins of CC, Sureties.
      Signed per order Wm: Rogers Regr.
      ===
      Luckett, Ignatious, gent. Charles County, 29th Mch., 1734-5; 16th Apr., 1735.
      To wife Jane, extx., 250 A., being half of "Moore's Ditch," during life; at her decease to son Ignatius and hrs.; and personalty. son Samuel and hrs., other half of "Moore"s Ditch;" and personalty. sons Willam and John and their hrs., 100 A. "Luckett's Level," 100 A. "Square Adventure," 50 A. of "Small Hope," bought of Thomas Morris, also interest in 200 A. of land for which testator holds bond of father-in-law John Hanson; and personalty.
      To son Thomas Hussey Lucket, 60 for purchase of land; and personalty.
      To daus. Elizabeth, Anne and Charity, personalty; 1/3 of personal estate to wife Jane, residue to be divided among all child., viz.: Samuel, Ignatius, William, John, Thomas Hussey, Elizabeth, Anne and Charity.
      Test: Francis Goodrick, John Hanson, Thomas Hussey Luckett. 21, 338.
      ===
      Ignatius Luckett 21.38 CH 637.3.1 May 19 1735 Aug 6 1735
      Appraisers: Robert Hanson, S. Hanson, Jr.
      Creditors: Francis Goodrick, Gustavus Brown.
      Next of kin: John Hanson, Jr., Thomas H. Luckett.
      Executrix: Jane Luckett.
      ===
      Ignatius Luckett 15.56 A CH 637.3.1 24.7.1 Jun 16 1736
      Sureties: John Winn (of Prince George's County), Thomas Hawkins (of Charles County).
      Received from: John Manning, Husey Luckett, Ann Ebernathy, John Parnham, Jr.
      Payments to: Danniell Dulany, Esq., Samuell Hanson, Martha Yokely, Ignatius Mitchell, Thomas Crompton.
      Executrix: Jane Luckett.
      ===
      Ignatius Luckett 21.506 CH 4.4.1 Sep 15 1736 Sep 15 1736
      Appraisers: Robert Hanson, J. Hanson.
      Executrix: Jane Luckett.
      ===
      Arthur Westman 28.157 CH 103.14.8 Apr 19 1743 Jul 26 1743
      Appraisers: William Theobalds, Richard Gambra.
      Creditors: Robert Whythill, George Riddell
      Administratrix: Janet Freeman, wife of James Freeman.
      ==
      Arthur Westmen 20.253 A CH 103.14.8 158.4.1 May 10 1744
      Sureties: Ledstone Smallwood, Henry Martin.
      Received from: Joseph Cresman, Thomas Hungerford, John Maghrah, John Kenneday John Jenkins, Henry Brawner, John Colms, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Adams, William Duglas, Bart. Stone, Thomas Morris, John Hanford, Sr., James Maddox, William Barker, John Stevenson, Matthew Smith, William Thompson, William Taylor, Alexander Mcferson, Abednego Adams, Benjamin Duglass. Jr., Richard Mastin, Daniel Bowen, Alexander Maclaran, Philadelonus Semms, William Clary, James Scott, John Bullman, Alextius Semmes, John Barber, Sharp Baltry, James Tweart, Peter Pence, John Glover, Walter Dodson, Andrew Munroe, William Dement, John Pound, Jes. Cooksey, Bennet Boarman, William Smith, Samuel Lucket, John Wise, John Boswell, Jacob Brand, Samuel Penny, John Hamill, James Hall, George Hurne, Gile Green, Charles Duglass & Henry Thompson, John Penn, Leonard Buscoe, Thomas Heubert, John Stoner William Hopell, Ignatius Mitchell, John Duglass, John Acton, James Middleton, John Clark, Jr., William Stweart, Samuel Hanson, Thomas Barns, Col. Mitchell, William Middleton, Edward Brawther, John Smith Jordan, John Mitchell, Jr., Benjamin Musgrave, Thomas Stone, Ignatius Mitchell, Christopher Lun, Benjamin Duglass, William Warder, Bowling Speak, Robert Haslip, Daniel Stweart, Sr., Joseph Cooksey, William Munroe, James Lattimer, Mr. William Maxwell, Walter Madda, Benjamin Posey, Francis Posey, William Penn, Francis Glass, James Semmes, Milburn Semmes, George Riddle, John Philpott, John Clar, Sr., David Stone, John Hall, Richard Johnson, Daniel Munroe, William Beatty, James Ross, George Flannagan, Matthew Riggen, James Gray, Francis Green, Charles Phipott, William Brent, Edwar Jenkins, Thomas Cawood, William Middleton, Jr., Matthew Smith, Robert Cooper, John Green, John Miles, Charles Blanford, Capt. Barker, Thomas Mudd, Ignatius Causeen, Mile McDaniel, Thomas Stweart, Benjamin Swan, Dane Brown, Ignatius Tenneson, James Fenall, Matthew Smalwood, James Causeen, Benjamin Muncaster, Edward Pie, Samuel Chunn, William Winters, Hussey Lucket, John Sanders, Francis Ware, William Hanson, Daniel Neale, Charles Musgrave, Thomas Burch, John Semmes, John Aulan, Miles McDaniel, Edmund Gammon, John Montgomery, Charles Chemeales, Mark Mcferson, James Freeman, Benjamin Thompson, Bat. Hungerford, Charles Ford, William Cage, James Thomas, Newman Tomkins, David Southerlandr Robert Whythull, John Delozier, Thomas Hunce, John Magreger, Dane Noland, John Burgess.
      Payments to: Robert Haslip, James Middleton, John Muschet, Dr. George Riddle, Edm. Porteus, Charles Brook, Walter Dodson & John Boswell & Allen Huton, Jacob Bradt, George Tarvin. James Thompson, Samuel Luckett, Richard Graham, Daniel Neale, James Mankin, James Scott, Walter Chalmers, Daniel Munroe, Stephen Chandler, Daniel Brown, Elisabeth Luckett, William Middleton, Samuel Luckett.
      Representatives: administratrix, Anne Westman (daughter).
      Administratrix: Jennett Freeman, wife of James Freeman.
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      Arther Westman 24.161 A CH 42.9.6 Jul 17 1747
      Sureties: Leadstone Smallwood, Sr, Henry Martin.
      Received from: James Keech, Daniel Murphy, Thomas Barren, James Laitiaster, Richard Nally, John Nally, Christopher Wilkinson, John Franklin, Charles Lows, Joseph Jameson, Will. Cocksey, William Nally, James Smallwood, Phill. Barnes, Will. Taylor, Leonard Green, Thomas Howard, George Urkert, Thomas Maudd, Thomas Mitchell, John Chandler, Henry Martin, John Tuvell, John Wilder, Sr, Thomas Kelly, John Burgess, Green Simpson, Charles Douglass, John Courts, William Lindsay, Maj. Samuel Hanson, Bazell Brook, William Clements, Sr, Charles Neal, John Brooks, John Marmory, William Smallwood, Jr, Bart. Anderson, James Bailey, John Martin, Sr, George Thomas, Mrs. Hawkins, Godshall Barnes, ---- Cotrell, Charles Courts, William Duglass, Robert Minion, James Sims, John Jenkins, Arthur Lee, John Hargup, Joseph Thompson, Jess Wharton, John Turton, Lead Smallwood, Richard Tarvin, William Dent, Jestinian Jordon, John Johnston, Aaron Nally, Mr. McConchie, Thomas Boarman, Alexander Hawkins, David Stone, George Williams, William Smallwood, Sr, Col. Dent, William Beck, Dr. Brown, Thomas Marshall, Henry Martin, Lead Smallwood, Sr, Col. Robert Hanson.
      Payments to: Gustavus (no surname given), MM Falkner & Neale, Edward Neale, Robert Gilpin, Francis Parnham, Dr. Mungo Muschitt, James Mitchell, Sr. & Co. -
      Representatives: widow (unnamed), Ann Westman.
      Administrators: James Truman and his wife Janet Truman.
      ===
      http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=capenoch&id=I157592
      "Ignatius Luckett, son of Ignatius and Jane Luckett, was born in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland. Before 1749 he had married Margaret, the daughter of Janet Westman-Freeman-Kinsman. In this year Janet Freeman for natural love and affection deeded negroes and other personal property to her daughters Margaret Luckett and Anne Weston (sometimes spelled Westmer and Westman). The gift was witnessed by John Hamill, Henry Martin, and Holland Middleton.

      'The parents of Janet, the mother-in-law of Ignatius Luckett, have not been identified, but from circumstances it looks as if she acquired four husbands. In 1744 she was the widow of Arthur Westmer, of Charles County, and it is highly probable that her daughter Margaret was of a marriage prior to this union.

      "The estate of Arthur Westmer, late of Charles County, was closed on May 10, 1744, by James Freeman who had married "Jennet the relict and administratrix". The account showed a balance of 254/7/10, with receipts from Samuel Luckett and Hussey Luckett, and disbursements to Samuel Luckett and Elizabeth Luckett. Ledstone Smallwood and Henry Martin were the sureties for the administrators. And the balance was distributed to the widow and daughter Anne Westman. Inasmuch as Margaret, the daughter of Jennet, was not an heir, it indicates that she was either born prior to the marriage with Westman or born to the union with James Freeman. And the latter is highly improbable, because by 1749 Margaret was married to Ignatius Luckett and the estate of Arthur Westman was closed as late as 1744.

      "James Freeman died prior to August 2, 1748, for on that date an inventory of his personal estate was made and appraised at 111/8/0, by Francis Ware and William Theobald. Barton Hatton signed as kinsman, and Gustavus Brown and Mungo Muschet were the greatest creditors.

      "The widow soon married John Kinsman who rendered an account on March 20, 1750. The account showed a disbursement to "Anne Westman being her share of the estate of Arthur Westman" and "money due from the deceased to Margaret McCane, deed of gift executed by Jane Westman before her marriage with the deceased". From this entry it looks as if Mrs. Margaret Luckett were born Margaret McCane, and was receiving a share of her father's estate. John Hamill and Ledstone Smallwood were bondsmen for John Kinsman and his wife Janet.

      "John Kinsman died without issue in 1760 and willed his entire estate to his widow, Jane, who was to dispose of it at her decease to her children and grandchildren, but in the event of her remarriage, her husband was not to enjoy any part of the estate. The will was witnessed by Notley Luckett. Letters of administration on his estate were issued to his widow on December 19, 1760, with Ignatius Luckett and Thomas Hussey Luckett, Jr., as her bondsmen.

      "On December 19, 1767, Janet Kinsman deeded to John Minor, of John, of Fairfax County, Virginia, for the consideration of 300 lotts 39 and 40 in Port Tobacco Town, being portions of "Collen's Neglect". At the same time she deeded lott 38 to Jane Sanford Minor, daughter of John Minor of Fairfax County. The transfers were witnessed by Joseph Hanson Harrison and Josias Hawkins.

      "Jane Kinsman ultimately settled in Fairfax County, Virginia, where her will was probated on June 18, 1774, having been made on November 8, preceding. She bequeathed to her granddaughter Marcia Minor at marriage a negro then in the possession of Ignatius Luckett "my son-in-law", and to her granddaughter Jane Minor "sister to the above" negroes. To Eleanor and Mary Anne Luckett, daughters of Ignatius Luckett, she willed various articles of personal property. The "large oval table and the beautiful large corner cubbard now in the mansion house at Port Tobacco unto my son-in-law John Minor". Other personalty were left to her sons-in-law Ignatius Luckett and John Minor whom she named as executors.

      "Letters of administration were issued to Ignatius Luckett on July 19, 1774, when James Mudd and Francis B. Franklin presented bond.
      ===
      Children of Ignatius LUCKETT and Jane UNKNOWN are:
      i. Ignatius LUCKETT was born ABT. 1725 in Charles County, Maryland, and died BEF. 11 JUN 1783. He married Margaret MCCANE, daughter of UNKNOWN MCCANE and Janet UNKNOWN. She was born ABT. 1725, and died BEF. 1 DEC 1800.
      ii. Samuel LUCKETT was born ABT. 1727 in Pt. Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland.
      iii. William LUCKETT was born ABT. 1729 in , Charles County, Maryland, and died 1759.
      iv. John LUCKETT was born ABT. 1731 in Pt. Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland.
      v. Elizabeth LUCKETT was born ABT. 1733 in .
      vi. Anne LUCKETT was born ABT. 1735 in .
      vii. Charity LUCKETT was born ABT. 1737 in .
      viii. Thomas Hussey LUCKETT was born ABT. 1739 in Pt. Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland, and died 1800.
      ix. Notley LUCKETT was born ABT. 1741 in , Charles, Ms.

      Children of Ignatius Luckett and Jane Notley Hanson are:
      i. Elizabeth Luckett was born BET. 1702 - 1711 in Charles County, Maryland.. She married Hugh Kerrick BEF. 1722, son of Edward Kerrick and ? ?. He was born BET. 1705 - 1711 in VA. or Scotland, and died 28 AUG 1755 in Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland..
      ii. Anne Luckett was born ABT. 1715.
      iii. Thomas Hussey Luckett was born ABT. 1718.
      iv. Charity Luckett was born ABT. 1720.
      v. Notley Luckett was born ABT. 1720.
      vi. Samuel Luckett was born ABT. 1721.
      vii. William Luckett was born ABT. 1726.
      viii. John Luckett was born ABT. 1726.
      ix. Ignatius Luckett was born ABT. 1728.
      === NJL
      p. 126, TLC Genealogy, Charles County Land Records 1744-1752; Book Z#2 Page 354. [Very faded] At the request of Margarett Luckett and Ann Washman?, the following deed of gift was recorded on Jul 21, 1749.
      I, Jennett Freeman of CC, for the natural love I have for my daughters, Margaret Luckett and Ann W__ of CC, I give ..1 Negro wench named Sarah and .. 1 feather bed and furniture and 1 cow, 6 chairs .. years or the day of marriage which may happen first .. Signed Jul _, 1749 - Janet (B her mark) Freeman. Wit - Jno Hamill, Henry Martin, Holl Middleton.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (170). Mar 18, 1754 from Ignatius Luckett of CC, Gent, to Thomas Hussey Luckett Jr of CC, one moiety of a tract of land called Moores Ditch, lying on the east side of Portobacco Cr in CC, containing and now laid out for about 250 acres. The afd parcel of land to be sold, was by the will of Ignatious Luckett decd, given to his then wife, now relict of sd Ignatious Luckett, during her natural life. It is therefore hereby provided and agreed to be the true intent of these presents, that sd Jane Luckett, relict of sd Ignatious Luckett decd, shall have and enjoy all the right to sd land and premises during her naturl life. Signed - Ignatious Luckett. Wit - Geo. Dent, Rich Edelen. Margaret, the wife of sd Ignatious Luckett, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Mar 26, 1754.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 76. Jan 25, 1762 from John Minor of Fairfax County, Virginia, Gentleman, and Ann, his wife, and Janet Kinsman of CC, widow, to John Lucky, late of St Mary's County, now of CC, shoemaker, for 20 , all right of dower in the premises after conveyed, the sale to sd Lucky of lot #5 in Charles Town in Port Tobacco Parish in CC. Signed - John Minor, Ann Minor, Janet (U her mark) Kinsman. Wit - Dan of St Thos Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer*, John Lammond, James Key. Recorded Jan 27, 1762.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 155. Bill of Sale. I, Janet Kinsman of CC, innkeeper, for 50 , sell to John Minor of Fairfax County, Virginia, a Negro man named George, now hired to James Morrison, mariner, and to continue until next Oct 1. Signed Jul 3, 1762 - Janet (K her mark) Kinsman. Wit - Dan of St. Thou, Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer*. Recorded Jul 3, 1762.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 175. Bill of Sale. I, Jennett Kinsman of CC, for 50 , have sold to John Minor of Virginia,-a Negro woman named Henn. Signed Mar 14, 1767 - Jennett (his mark) Kinsman.
      Wit - Pryor Theobald, Ralf Roby, Peter Roby. Recorded Mar 14, 1767.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 190. May 16, 1767 from Janet Kinsman of CC, ordinary keeper, widow of John Kinsman, late of CC, decd, to David Luckett of CC, son of Ignatius Lucket of CC, planter, and Lawson Luckett of CC, another son of sd Ignatius,grandchildren of her, sd Janet, party to these presents. Sd Janet Kinsman, for the natural love she has for sd David and Lawson, and in pursuance of the intent of the will of sd John Kinsman, and for 5 shillings to her in hand paid by sd David, she has given to sd David and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten, remainder to sd Lawson and his heirs forever, that lot in Charles Town (commonly called Port Tobacco in CC) whereon she now dwells, #45, and which was purchased by sd John Kinsman from Thomas Speake and John Speake, his son. Signed - Janet (R her mark) Kinsman. Wit - Dan Jenifer*, J Hawkins*. Recorded May 20, 1767.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 306. Dec 19, 1767 from Jennet Kinsman of CC, to John Minor Jr, son of John Minor of Fairfax Co, Virginia, for 300 , lots #39 and 40 (called Colleens Neglect) in Charles Town in CC, Signed - Janet (R her mark) Kinsman. Wit - Jo: H; Harrison*, J Hawkins*. Recorded Dec 20, 1767.
      ===
      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 308. Dec 19, 1767 from Jennet Kinsman of CC, to Jane Sanford Minor, daughter of John Minor of Fairfax Co, Virginia, for 200 and for divers other good causes, lot #38 in Charles Town in CC, called Tawnys Neglect. Signed - Janet (I her mark) Kinsman. Wit - Joseph Hanson Harrison*, Jasias Hawkins*. Recorded Dec 20, 1767.

      ===
      Charles County MD Will Book 1777-1780; Page 366
      at the request of Ignatius Lucket, the 2 following were recorded on June 8 1779
      On this May 17, 1779, I, John Miner of Fairfax County,
      Virginia, have received full satisfaction, in sundries and species before and on this day, of Ignatius Lucket Sr of CC, for and on account of Jane Kinsman, late of CC, decd.'s, estate, and in full of all accounts from sd Lucket. Signed -
      John Minor. Wit - Lawson Lucket. Proved on Jun 8, 1779 in CC by Lawson Lucket,

      Received of Ignatius Lucket, agreeable to the Will of Mrs. Jannet Kinsman, 1 Mulatto girl as legacy left by sd Jannet Kinsman to me. Signed - Jean Minor. Wit - Lawson Lucket. Proved on Jun 8, 1779 in CC by Lawson Lucket.

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