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

Richard Estep

Male 1702 - Aft 1763  (> 62 years)


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  • Name Richard Estep 
    Born 1702  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1763  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I057106  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 

    Father Richard Estep,   b. 1668, Stepney Parish, Middlesex, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1707, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 40 years) 
    Family ID F10963  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Rebecca Ramsey,   b. Aft 1707, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1749, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years) 
    Married Abt 1724  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Richard Estep,   b. 1731, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Mar 1787, Montgomery County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years)
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 
    Family ID F10964  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

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      King, Samuel, Charles Co., 16th June, 1722 ; 25th Mch., 1722.
      To wife Eliza,, dwelling plantation during life.
      To eldest son William, 1s. 6d.
      To 2 sons Thomas and Samuel, land on 33.. side of first branch equally.
      To other 2 sons, John and Benjamin, and their hrs., residue of land at their mother's decease.
      Personal estate to wife and her child.
      Test: Richd. Estep, Jn°. Spalding, Jn°. Estep. 18, 66.
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      Thomas Truman Greenfield 13.116 A SM £1396.11.9 £141.0.9 Jun 6 1735
      The amount of the accounts also included #12271 and £6.8.6 sterling.
      Received from: William Wilkinson, John Biggs, Philip Singer, John Harper, Richard Lyon, Thomas Bromhall, Samuel Fowler, Alexander Scott, William Billingsly, John Pomsey, Jr., Thomas Brooke (Prince George's County), Samuel Fowler, Jr., Elisabeth Smith (spinster), Jane Hodgkins, Henry Biggs, Robert Gill, John Pomsey, John Howall, Susanna Smith, James Grayham, Jeremiah Green, Thomas Croft, John Davis, William Bradford, Giles Hill, James Edwards, James Greenfield, John Murphey, Thomas Addington, Charles Neal, William Shelly, Thomas Williams, Samuel King, James Wood, William Cabbinet, Philip Scriver, Roger Copsey, John Bond, Thomas Bond, Anne Oscon, John Mickle, George Milton, John Carpenter, Anne Wight, George Bowles, Richard Estep, Francis Wilkinson, George Noakes, William Howard, Rand. Morris, Capt. Hicks, George Boyd, John Bryant.
      Payments to: John Seager, Henry Biggs, William Albert, Thomas Spalding, Thomas Mattingly, William Cumming, Samuel Ogle, Esq., Edmund Jennings, Esq., Thomas Addington, Mr. Philip Key, Dr. Hamilton, James Trotter, Lord Baltimore, Elisabeth Smith, Tasker & Dulany, Esq., Thomas Aisquith, John Tippet.
      Legatees: Sab. Greenfield.
      Executrix: Mrs. Anne Greenfield.
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      Randolph Morris 18.473 A CA £1333.13.0 £1611.17.8 Jan 12 1741
      of Charles County.
      Received from: Richard Molineaux, Thomas Colemore, James Sayer on account of
      James Gildart, Vincent Askin, George Askin, Richard Estep, Samuel Hanson,
      Giles Hill, Ann Pumroy, Edward Perry, Thomas Brumhall, Daniell Bawdrett,
      William Singer, Samuel Perry, James Kidwell, Sr., James Kidwell, Jr.,
      Cornelius Norton, John Lyon, Joseph Johnson, Ann Hickman, John Bryan, John
      Robison, Barbara Mackell, Thomas Wilson, James Thomas, John Urquhart, John
      Anderson, Margarett Cartwright, John Kidwell, Edward Clark, George Plater,
      Esq., Francis Wilkinson, Henry Donaldson, Charles Rogers, Thomas Freeman.
      Payments to: Posthumus Thornton & others (unnamed), William Ogden, John Latewood,
      Hugh Taylor, John Hamilton, John Pidgeon, William Wilkinson, David Rawlings,
      Thomas Hunt, John Galwith, Thomas Greenfield, John Parker, Kershaw,
      Samuel Southeron, John Loggins, Benjamin Mackall, Joseph Birckhead, Robert
      Gladin, Patt. Sim, David Wilson, John Lancaster, James Gildert, John Galloway,
      Stephen Delanzie, Benjamin Tasker, Esq. on account of Richard Hill, James
      Rusell, John Carnan, William Middleton, John Cartwright, Michael Taney, James
      Wilson, Edward Hill, David Hickey, John Berriham (?), Thomas Ward, Clemens
      Sewell, R. Hopewell, Philip Key, Paul Rawlings, James Carrier, George Keith,
      Richard Estep, Leonard Holyday, John Gales, Samuel Hanson, Richard Hopewell,
      Robert Cruckshank, John Cheshey, Martin Driver, Thomas Clark, John Hantbury &
      Benjamin Hance, Gabriel Parker.
      Executors: Elisabeth Morrs (not a Quaker), Richard Johns (Quaker).
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      Francis Wilkinson 19.38S A Ch £725.17.9 £215.4.9 Apr 26 1743
      Sureties: John Estep, Walter Hanson.
      Received from: Mr. Charles Rogers (merchant), John Buchanan, Mr. Richard
      Moullenex.
      Payments to: Mrs. Anne Greenfield, James Hamilton, Phillip Wood, Jonathon Davis, Anne Nutwell, William Atkinson, Mr. John Chesley, Edward Buck, Richard Estep, Margaret Cohee, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Walter Hanson, Mr. William Middleton, Dr. Hamilton, James Kemp, Mr. Thomas Crampton, Mr. Walter Smith for Mr. Cruckshank (merchant in London), Mr. William Torver (merchant) for property
      belonging to Francis Wilkinson, Jr.
      Representatives: widow (accountant), children: Francis, Anne Wilkinson.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Parran, wife of Young Parran.
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      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 37.
      At the request of Ann Ramsey, the following instrument of writing was recorded on May 20, 1745.
      Received by us, of CC and Calvert County, of Anne Ramsey, executrix of John Ramsey, deceased, full satisfaction. We acknowledge ourselves wholly satisfied as a child's part from any demand from sd Ann Ramsey. We discharge Ann Ramsey and her bonds. Signed Mar 12, 1741/2 - John Dainty, Neffelt Leach, Abraham Wilson, James Thomas, James (f his mark) Nutwell, James Leach, Richard Estep, Susannah Ramsey
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      LEECH (or LEACH), JAMES, Calvert Co. 5 Feb, 1749; 23 Feb, 1749
      Desired a Christian burial; that Wm. Ireland shd. bury at his discretion.
      To son James, all my land.
      Personal estate, to be divided bet. 3 child: Elizabeth, Ann and James; to the care of Catherine Thomas, wife of James Thomas of Prince George's Co., to the age of 19.
      Leave 2 daus. Elizabeth and Ann, to the care of Rebecca Ester, wife of Richard Easter of Charles Co. Provided that Rebecca Ester and Catherine Thomas take the child. into their care, I then appoint Richard Easter and James Thomas exs.
      Desire Wm. Ireland take into his possession the corn, meat and tobacco, and satisfy himself for his trouble; return balance to exs
      Desire WM. Ireland to take possession of 3 child. and slaves and place them as he thinks fit until exs. have notice thereof, and to pay to Rachiel Wilson, 40 sh. in meat and corn.
      Afsd. and wife Winnifred, exs.
      Wit: James Clark, Thomas Buckmaster, Rachiel Wilson. 27. 214
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      RAMSEY, ANN, Charles Co. 11 April 1749 23 April 1749
      To daughter Rebecka Estep, tract In Calverton Manor whereon my son In law Richard Estop now dwells, her part to be laid out. for her [boundaries described]
      To dau. Susanna Ramsey Westernmost part of aforesaid tract,
      To daughter Susanna Ramsey, cows and calves.
      To granddaughter Anne Leach, furniture.
      To grandson John Leach, gun and mare colts
      To 3 daus: Winifred Leach, Rebecka Estep and Catherine Thomas, each a leather chair.
      Dau. Susanna Ramsey, extx. 26, 113
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      SWAN, THOMAS, Prince George's Co. 15 Apr, 1762 14 Sept, 1763
      Wife Catharine, son Edward, grand-son Thomas Swann, son of Samuel Swarm.
      To grand-dau, Eleanor Swann, furniture.
      To son Samuel, slaves,
      To son Edward, personalty.
      Ex: Son Edward.
      Wit: Richard Estsep, John Ramsey Leach, Tho. Taylor. 31.1025
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 42. At the request of Richard Estep the following Deed was recorded March 26, 1759
      Indenture made March 26, 1760; Edward Swann, planter in consideration of 80 pounds sterling money paid by Richard Estep, planter has sold two adjoining tracts called "Addition to Brooke Chance" and "Brooke Chance" containing 200 acres and lying on Mattapony Branch. Signed Edward Swann in the presence of and acknowledged before Mordecai Jacob, John Stone Hawkins

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