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

Sebastian Thompson

Male Bef 1687 - 1743  (> 56 years)


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  • Name Sebastian Thompson 
    Born Bef 1687  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 3 Mar 1742/43  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I063845  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 

    Father Arthur Thompson,   b. 1628, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Dec 1702, St. Mary's County, Maryland - will date Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years) 
    Mother Female MNU Thompson,   b. Abt 1632,   d. Bef 1695, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 62 years) 
    Married Bef 1648  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F02880  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Charity Bayley,   b. Bef 1691, St Clements Bay, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1743, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 54 years) 
    Married Bef 1713  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Sebastian Thompson,   b. Between 1714 and 1722, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Arthur Thompson,   b. Between 1715 and 1722, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef Feb 1778, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 63 years)
     3. John Thompson,   b. Between 1716 and 1722, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Monica Thompson,   b. Between 1717 and 1722, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Charity {Unproven} Thompson,   b. Abt 1718, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Oct 1791, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 73 years)
     6. Jonathan Thompson,   b. Bef 1719, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 May 1735, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 16 years)
     7. Mary Thompson,   b. Bef 1726, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
     8. Appolina Thompson,   b. Bef 1742, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 3 May 2021 
    Family ID F30166  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Thompson, Sebastian, St Mary's Co., 18th Oct., 1742; 3rd March, 1742.
      To sons Arthur and Sebastian and hrs., real estate.
      To child. John, Sebastian, Monica, Charity Wheeler, Appolina and Mary Brown, personalty.
      To wife Charity, extx., residue of estate.
      Test: William Gillimore, John Mills, A. Thompson. 23.79.
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      Sabastian Thompson 28.11 SM 43.10.1 Mar 3 1742 Jun 9 1743
      Appraisers: Samuel Abell, John Mills.
      Creditors: Philip Key, Appolina Thompson.
      Next of kin: Oswal Thompson, Sabastian Thompson.
      Administratrix/Executrix: Charity Thompson.
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      Susanna Heard 27.256 I SM 211.2.9 Dec 10 1707
      Appraisers: John Royley (also John Rayley), Henry Spinke.
      Next of kin: John Heard, Susanna Norris, Elisabeth Mills.
      List of debts: Mr. Edmond Mason, William Skinner, John Baptist Carbery, David Persons, Sebastian Thopson, Thomas Cooper, Clement Gardiner, James Thompson, Benjamin Gough, Benjamin Bright, Michaell Realy, Nathaniell Sheepherd, Charles Mackdaniel, Thomas Sissell, James Tant, Thomas Warren, John Cood, Jr.,
      Executor (unnamed).
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      John Dash 28.75 A SM 64.2.6 14.8.7 Jan 30 1707
      Received from: Oswald Neale, Thomas Chambers, Roger Duggens, Joshua Guibert.
      Payments to: John Merritt, Sebastin Thompson, David Parsons, John Sanders, Col. Contee, William Taylard, John Coode, James Keech.
      Administrator: Oswell Dash
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      John Armsworthy 27,147 I SM 24.14.0 Apr 24 1707
      Appraisers: Thomas Rasey (also Thomas Rasay), James Bright.
      List of debts: Sabastin Thompson, Thomas Rasey, William Banister, John Browne, Thomas Cassill.
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      Bailye, John, St Clements Bay, St Mary's Co., 5th Jan., 1712; 16th Feb., 1712.
      To dau. Charity Thompson and hrs., land ---; where she now lives, and to her 4 child., viz., Mary, Arthur, Charity and Monica, personalty.
      To son William and hrs., land ---, where he lives, and to his 2 child., viz., John and Eliza:, personalty.
      To son John and hrs., land ---, where he now lives, and 95 A. adjoining same, bought of Richard Shippy.
      To dau. Mary Shanks and hrs., 200 A., ---, where she lives.
      To granddau. Mary Shanks and hrs., 50 A., part of "The Bottom," adjoining her mother's laud.
      To granddau. Mary Bailye and hrs., 50 A., residue of "The Bottom," taken up by testator.
      To son James, ex., dwelling plantation ---, and residue of estate.
      Test: John Brown, James Thompson, Joseph Stratford. 13. 582.
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      John Bailey 34.235 A 140.12.7 56.19.3 Sep 5 1713
      Payments to: Sebastian Thopson, Col. William Aisquith, James Thompson, Samuell Grafty for use of Mr. Carroll,
      Legatees: John Balye, Charity Thompson for use of his children (unnamed), Robert Shanks, children (unnamed) of William Balye.
      Executor: James Bailye.
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      Davis, Thomas, St Mary's Co., 19th Jan., 1711; 31st July, 1718.
      To son Samuel, 1s.
      To wife Mary, extx., entire estate.
      Test: Sebastion Thompson, Archabel Pike, Margaret Tompson, Mildred Pike, James Tompson. 14. 683.

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      Francis Nevitt 7.512 A SM 10.4.0 Aug 3 1726
      Received from: Charles Kertley, Sabastian Thompson.
      Payments to: Capt. Richard Hopewell, Robert Farring, George Birch, Dennis
      Maliary.
      Executors: James Thompson, John Mills.
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      Peter Cragg 9.112 A SM 54.14.7 21.12.8 Nov 6 1728
      Received from: Robert Salmond, Robert Eliot, Sabastian Thompson, James Waughop,
      John Leake, Thomas Graves.
      Payments to: Peter Garrat, John Bould, John Groves, Capt. Richard Hopewell, Col. John Baker, Capt. Michael Jenifer, James Thompson.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Cragg.
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      William Willes 9.33 A SM 368.11.2 67.14.0 Jun 18 1728
      Received from: Thomas Brookbank, Samuell Maddox, Charles Taylor, John Right, Rolph Bagley, William Throne, Sarah Loyd, Motley Maddox, Richard Wanewright,
      John Phillips, Francis Johnson, Samuel Miller, John Jordan, Phillip Topett, William Smith, Clement Gardener, Joseph Sampson, Andrew Miller, Robert Donoteay, John Penny, Grace Clayland, Thomas Gardner, John Chester, Thomas Corbray, Thomas Guybert, Thomas Cleland, Thomas Masser, Joseph Allen, Sabaston Thompson, John Hartley, Robert Crooke, George Whitter, Thomas Taylor, Phillip Tipat, Grace Claland, Capt. John Hyde (merchant).
      Payments to: Sabaston Thompson, Thomas Glover, Richard Vowles, John Lake, Thomas Cordare, John Hale, Daniel Murphey, John Walter, Col. John Baker, Thomas Massey, Joseph Straitford, Joseph Stone, John Bulley, Samuell Maddox, Charles Calvert/ Esq., Thomas Brooke & William Holland, Esq., Thomas Hunt, Elisabeth Ireland, Mr. Joshua Doyne for use of Mr. Charles Carroll, George Wailes, Joseph Semsom.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Willes.
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      Thomas Pain 11.591 A SM 76.11.3 89.2.1 Mar 8 1732
      Received from: Henry Parn, George Booth, Subbustain Thomson.
      Payments to: Capt. George Clarke, Thomas Spalding.
      Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to: Henry Pain, Thomas Pain,
      James Pain, Elisabeth Pain, Jane Pain, Elleanor Pain, Terrisa Pain.
      Executrix: Teely Pain (also Teeley Pain).
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      Jonathon Thompson 17.242 A SM 9.2.6 16.18.3 Aug 18 1739
      Sureties: George Boyd, Gerrard Jurden.
      Received from: Anthony Sims, Sabastian Thompson, Thomas Brago, Luke Gardner,
      Charles Mills, Henry Allen, William Medley.
      Payments to: George Boyd.
      Administrator: Peter Mils (also Peter Mills).
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      Rousby, John, Calvert Co. 18th Aug., 1744; 8th Oct., 1744.
      To son John, at 21 yrs. and hrs., 250 A. part of "Grt. Elken Head Manor" which testator purchased from Benj. Brown of Great Britain, 500 A. "Meorely," "Stafford's Freehold" and "Coopers" which testator purchased from George Plater, Shd. he die without hrs. this land to go to daus, Elizabeth Barnes and Gertrnde, also 400 A. "Miles End" at 20 yrs. and land purchased from Abraham Skippers.
      To dau. Anne, wife of Edward Lloyd and hrs, 500 A. "Rousby" in Queen Anne's County, 550 A, "Rousby's Discovery" on Kent Is. and 800 A. "Beverley" in Somerset Co. and "Piney Hill" in St. Mary's Co. all of which testator had from his uncle Christopher, deceased.
      To dau, Elizabeth Barnes (Baines), wife of Abraham and hrs,, land including that purchased by testator from George Plater on which George Young, Jr, lived.
      To dau. Gertrude, at 16 yrs., 446 A, which testator purchased from widow Clagett, 300 A. purchased from John Willis, 304 A. "St. James" purchased from Sebastian Thompson.
      To sis Elizabeth, wife of Richard Bennett, life interest in "The Wading Place," Queen Anne's County, land in Talbot Co, and the land upon which she lives. At her death to pass to testator's son John. This land was left sister afsd. by Francis, widow of Col. Peter Sawyer.
      To Dr. James Summerall, Charles King, and Thomas Aisy, gentlemen, of St. Mary's County, 100 A. land which testator purchased from Charles Cxowsen nr. Drum point, land in St. Mary's Co. which testator's uncle Christopher, purchased from Hugh Hopewell on which Richard Wise lived, 195 A, can which Christopher afsd. lived, 280 A. "Smith's Discovery." Land in St. Mary's Co. which testator purchased from William Manafarthing after the death of the owner, to be held in trust for Mary Thompson and arranged so that her husband can have no authority nor interest in same. At her death, this to go to her daus. Araminta who was baptized by Rev, Lak and Mary, baptized by Rev. Richard Chase, and their hrs. hd, they both die without hrs., this land to pass to testator's son John.
      To child, afsd. and child. of Mary Thompson, personal estate, Shd. Mary and Araminta afsd. die before their mother, testator wills that Mary Thompson be allowed to live in the white room of his plantation.
      Testator desires to be buried without feasting and rioting,
      Eqs.: Son-in-laws Edward Loyd and Abraham Barnes and son John.
      Test: Dr. John Hamilton, John Johnston, John Bannester,
      John Clare, John Hellen. 23. 57

      === Linda Reno
      Arthur Thompson, St. Clement's Bay, St. Mary's Co., 12/15/1701--no
      probate date.
      Son: Sebastian, personal estate.
      Son: John, 1/2 land lying by brother Carberry's.
      Daughter: Tecla, residue of land. If she dies without issue to pass to wife, Susanna.
      Youngest daughter, Mildred house and lots in St. Clement's Town and 100 ac. on Duck Pond.
      Son: Oswald, 100 ac. on Duck Pond. Testator provides that at the d. of brother, John Carberry, his plantation be recovered at the expense of 5 eldest children, viz., Sebastian, John, Oswald, Mildred Shercliffe and Tecla Thompson.
      Wife: Susanna, Exec. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including all land in Baltimore Co. Wife to have charge of estate left to youngest daughter Mildred.
      Wit: Nicholas Guylick, James French, Martin French, John Cissell. Fenwick states that his will was probated 12/14/1702.

      === Jerry L. Clark

      Arthur Thompson PC1-125/126
      15 Dec 1702

      The last will of Arthur Thompson: Maryland --- In ye name of God amen, I Arthur Thompson, of St Clem'ts Bay in St Mary's County, being of sound disposition of mind & memory blessed be God, do make this my last will & testament, in manor & form following, that is to say first I give & bequeath my soul to God, who gave it, hoping through ye merrits of Jesus Christ to receive pardon, & full remition of all my sins, & my body I commit to ye earth, from whence it came, to be buried in such decent manor, as my Execurors, hereafter named shall think fitt, & for ye estate, which it hath pleased God to bless me withall, I bestow ye same, in manor & form following.
      Imprimis, I give & bequeath to my son Sebastion Thompson, 1 pewter bason.
      Item. I give unto my son John Thompson ye one half of that land, when layed out lying by Brother Carberys, & within his bounds, being my proper land, to him ye John & his heirs forever, & ye other half to my daughter Tocla, whereon my little hous & orchatt stands, to her & her heirs forever.
      Item I give & bequeath to my daughter Tecla, 1 large table with drawers, 1 feather bed, & bolster, Rugg & blanketts & 1 cow called Spott with all her increas forever.
      Item I give unto my youngest daughter Mildred Thompson my house & 2 lotts thereunto belonging in St Clements Town, & 100 ackers of land out of my 200 acres at ye duckponds, ye other 100 to my son Oswald Thompson, to them & their heirs forever, but in case my daughter should die without issue, then unto my loving wife, if she shall then be living to her & her heirs forever; but if she should not then be living, that then ye lands shall fall to my daughter Tocla & her heirs forever;
      I have 2 bills of George Halls, for land he bought of me but nothing payed to that if he or any of his heirs, should ever come, or any other person, to injoy ye s'd land lying by old Evans, thos bills I give unto my youngest daughter Mildred to be put for her to such use, as her mother, Susan Thompson, shall think fitt.
      Item I give unto my daughter Tocla, 1 Iron pott & pothooks & 1 large chest. Item I give & bequeath unto my loving wife, Susan Thompson, all ye rest & residue of my whole estate, both cattle, hoggs & horses of what kind ---- with all their increas forever, with all my goods & chattles, & all my land in Baltimore County, if not sold at ye time of my death, to her & her heirs forever, but if sold at ye time of my death, ye price to discharge all my just debts. Item further it is my will & desire that after the decease of brother John Carbery, if his plantation, whereon he now liveth be recovered at ye equall charge of my 5 oldest children, namely Sebastion, John, Oswald, Mildred Shurtclife & Tocla, or any of them, that shall survive, or any of their heirs, that then they shall choos 6 honest men of the nabourhood, to divide & alott to everyone there part, & they shall be so contented without farther troble, & so after & to re---, to them & their heirs forever. Item if my daughter Tocle should die without issue , that then, whatsoever, by this will is given unto her shall be equally divided between Sebastion, Oswald & to remain to them & their heirs forever, & to this my last will & testament I Constitute & appoint my loving wife, Susana Thompson, my sole Exequetrichor, in witness, whereof I have here, unto, sett my hand & affixed my seal this 15th day of December, Anno Dom 1702.
      Arthur Thompson ((SEAL))
      (The lotts above specified is known by ye numbers 40 & 46)
      Sined & Sealed in the presence of us
      Nicholas Goulick, James French, Martin French, John Secill (his mark)

      Maryland - St Maries County. Came Nicholas Goulick, James French, Martin French & John Cissell, & made oath upon the Holy Evangelist, that the within specified Arthur Thompson, signed, sealed & delivered the within ----, to be his ---- & --
      Sworn to before me
      James Keech, D Corri; St Maries County
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