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

Charles Smith

Male Bef 1658 - 1710  (> 52 years)


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  • Name Charles Smith 
    Born Bef 1658 
    Gender Male 
    Died 23 Oct 1710  St. Inego Hundred, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I064846  Tree1
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 

    Father Family SM Smith 
    Family ID F09353  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Anthony Smith,   b. Bef 1676, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1742, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 68 years)
    Last Modified 10 Nov 2019 
    Family ID F30737  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Charles Smith 32C.10 I SM 18.5.0 Oct 23 1710
      Appraisers: Mr. John Baker, Mr. Cornelius Fitzgarrell.
      Creditors & Next of kin: Patrick Buckley, William White, John Smith, Anthony Smith.
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      Charles Priest (planter) 8.363 I SM 32.0.3 Jan 16 1684
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, John Dockly.
      List of debts: John Blomfield.
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      Thomas Doxen 8.496 I SM 136.19.9 Sep 24 1685 Nov 28 1685
      Appraisers: Charles Egerton, Richard Attwood.
      List of debts: Mr. John Pinke, John Woodhouse, Charles Smith, John Green, Robert Davis, Lewellin.
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      Daniell Clocker 8.223 I SM 99.5.3 Sep 15 1683
      The inventory also included #62234.
      Appraisers: Francis Catterson, James Cullen.
      List of debts: John Thompson of Cecil County, James Greene, John Denison, Thomas Beale, Arthur Thompson, Thomas Dekens, William Colehouse, William Wells (C.C.), John Woodward, John Mevinton, Thomas Prichard, Thomas Jones, Thomas Doxey, John Sanner, Thomas Price of Cecil County, John Haley, William Foulan, Richard Whyby, Henry Malocks, Dr. Lockraman, Francis Leafe, Thomas Banks, William Sympton, William Thomas, Richard Benton, Edmond Dennis, Seth Sergeant, Make Tode, Lewis Jones, Thomas Bensfourd, Hugh Baker, Jacob Johnson, Even Davis, William Blaneston, William Laytoed, Vymott Truey (??), Andrew Fouks of Accomac County, Nicholas Painter, Cousland Kife, Thomas Garret, John Cole, Humphrey Jones, Abraham Reedes, Joseph Wildblood, Walter Wolestone, John Evans (taylor), Charles Smith, Charles Edward, Obadiah Kuike, Michaell Rogers, Owen Guither, John Dowy, John Greene, Thomas Grunwink, Mr. George Buwler, Allen Ore, Thomas Nude, William Carrier, Thomas Wynne, John James of Cecil County, Daniell Carnell, John Hamilton of Charles County, Capt. James Neale, Henry Nowell, John Yeomons, Samuell Leo, Mathew Turner, John Craycroft, Mr. Turine, Walter Jeffery, John Blomfell, Robert Learge, Thomas Williams, Thomas Sloper, Ed. Cooke, William Cocks, William Levaly of Kent County, William Goldstone, Robert Mason, James Ellis, James Cullen, Thomas Batson, Capt. Henry Smith, Emanuell Ratclife, Emanuell Pichar, James Bigar, Thomas Brookes of Calvert County, Robert Devensheire, William Dent, Edward Horne, James Bourne, Rogert Meredy, Edmond Dwyer, Knelme Chiseldyne, Thomas Winder, William Michaell, Mr. John Lewellin, Francis Catterson, Solomon Ruttee, Mr. Jefferson, Elias Beach, John Smith, James Nuttwell, William Meredy, Owen Guyther, James Neale, Stephen Marty, Osius Wills, Thomas Stonestreete, Richard Edeleon, Thomas Tillit, John Stone, Henry Newell, John Sannar, George Newman, Thomas Keyting, Tracey Tymothy, William Rulance, Mr. Resick, Lewis Jones, Bryan Delay, Henry Exon, Mr. George Batelor, Richard Benton, Ed. Horne, Ed. Milard, William Price, Henry Lewis, William Bateman, Thomas Wynne, Gibbert Clark, John Martendale, Henry Mattocks, Arthur Ebey, George Hodgson, Thomas Husey, Capt. Randle Brandt, William Chesheire, Robert Tomson, Mathew Turnall, Thomas Williams, John Martindall, Thomas Guyther, James Regan, Elisabeth Green, Richard Edline, John Summer, Abraham Roers, William Michell, George Hodgson & William Roswell, William Twesdell, Walter Jeffery, Thomas Wynne, William Guyther, Edmond Dermote, William King, Charles Cooper, Henry Exon, Col. Chandler, Elias Nutwell, Symon Willmore, Edward Englis, Thomas Sympson, Madam Elisabeth Calvert, Michaell Millar.
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      Mr. Thomas Jackson, 9.343 I SM 89.7.1 Jul 25 1687
      The amount of the inventory also included #148353.
      Appraisers: Garret Vansweringen, James Cullen.
      List of debts: Henry Denton, John Cralley, Thomas Clegatt, James Neale, James Heath, Col. William Digges and his lady, Edward Day, William Aylward, Owen Guyther, Roger Meredith, Arthur Keife, William Asquith, Joseph Lowe, Richard Smithson paid to William Wells, Joseph Semple, David Lewis, John Edwards, William Garrett paid to Joseph Ebb, Joshua Guybert, William Taylard, James Cullen, Edward Hazard, John Bromfield, Robert Weekes, John Harrison & Philip Lynes, John Peerce, John Booth, Marmaduke Semme, Thomas Merefield, Edward Cumpton, Roger Tolle, Robert Large paid to Arthur Keife, Robert Larger, a court order per John Symons paid to William Garrett, Joseph Freeman, Henry Wells, Charles Carpenter, John Laws, Edward Boothby, John Reevely, Charles Calvert, Thomas Ward, Gerge Butler, Ann Hopewell, Richard Keen, Thomas Haddock, Abraham Boyer, Richard Thompson, John Woodhouse, Capt. Henry Smith, John Doxey, Thomas Griffin, Jonathon Jackson, John Warner, Edward Hazard, Thomas Price, Mary Rogers, William Guyther, William Holmes, James Ricketts, Edward Chester, Michaell Brown, Robert Smith, Jacob Jackson, John White, Francis Roberts, William Dent, William Doyne, Hugh Manning, Charles Shepard, Albert Albarrough, James Dowglas, William Lowry, Thomas Green, John Crolly, Nicholas Cole, Daniell Bell, Richard Grible, William Price, Christopher Goodson, Thomas Courtney, Dominick Power, John Cole, Elizabeth Anctill, James Nicholls, George Thompson, Joseph Cornish, Timothy Tracy, Nicholas Sewall, Esq., John Starke, William Brady, Gilbert TurberVille, Thomas Pew, Solomon Rotter, Charles Smith, Edward Fisher, Emanuel Pitcher, Robert Mason, Col. Henry Darnall, Thomas Jones, Philip Clarke, James Biscoe, John Browne, Joseph Semple, Joseph Low, John Sikes, Jonathon Wilson, Madam Elizabeth Calvert, Thomas Beal.

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      Anthony Andrews 15.165 I SM 61.15.4 May 24 1697
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, Thomas Rose.
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      Osias Wells 16.29 I 34.2.0 May 6 1698
      The amount of the inventory also included #950.
      Appraisers: Henry Smith, Charles Smith.
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      Smith, John, Calvert Co., 19th Apr., 1698; 1st Aug., 1698.
      To godchild. David HeIlin, Jr., John and Penelope Hellen,
      Thomas Brigantine, Jr., and William Beckham, Jr., personalty.
      Wife Joane, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, including dwelling plantation and 75 A. bought of Edward Perrin.
      To brother Philip and hrs., sd. plantation and land in event of death of wife afsd. without issue; to pass in turn to brother Charles and hrs. In event of death of both brothers without issue estate to pass to sister Eliza: Plumere
      Test: Jno. Turner, Thos. Brickendon, Jas. Dawkins, Richard Willis.
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      Richard Minckin 19.94, I SM 60.0.0 Apr 29 1699
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, James Tomson.
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      John Watson 20.199 I SM 61.15.4 May 10 1701
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, William Johnson.
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      Mr. John Wattson 24.20 A SM 61.15.4 Jul 20 1703
      Received from: John Savage, Mr. Edward Greenhalgh, William Taylard. Payments to: Mrs. Jane Watson due Jane daughter of Capt. Greenhalgh, wife (unnamed) of Edward Moller, wife (unnamed) of Thomas Rose, Esq. Plater, Owen Guither, Charles Ganniot, estate of Capt. Edward Greenhalgh, Mr. William Taylard, Maj. Asquith.
      Mentions: Mr. Cullin.
      Administrator: Thomas Haddock.
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      Capt. Edward Greenehagh 20.199 I SM 49.9.0 May 10 1701
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, William Johnson.
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      Capt. Edward Greenhalgh 24.22 A SM 50.4.0 #12481 Jul 20 1703
      Received from: Mr. George Thompson, Garvis Cuttler who married the widow (unnamed) of the deceased, Mr. John Wattson.
      Payments to: John son of Capt. Edward Greenhalgh, Jane daughter of Capt. Edward Greenhalgh, Capt. Thomas Bale, Mr. Roger Brooke, Charles Smith, Mr. Cullens, children (unnamed) of Mrs. Greenhalgh, estate of Mr. John Watson, Esq. Plater, James Thompson, Jane Wells, Mr. George Thompson, Sarah Briscoe, John Kerby, John Plumer, Maj. William Asquith, Jane Greenhalgh, Mr. William Taylard.
      Administrator/Executor: Thomas Haddock.
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      Nathaniel Vivers 23.178 A SM 54.9.0 #10926 Jul 17 1703
      The amount of the inventory also included 1.16.5.
      Payments to: Julian Powell, Leonard Brooke, David White, Timothy Keysar & Co. & Lecompt, George Burnham, Robert Scurton, George Keeth, William Ketch, Jos. Cecill, Charles Smith.
      Administrator/Executor: John Bird.
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      Katherine Kelley 25.36 I SM Jun 30 1705
      Appraisers: Charles Smith, John Doxley.
      List of debts: James Brewer, John Squires, Cornelius Fitchgaroll, Mr. Fowland, Mr. John Baker.
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      Kathrine Kelsey 27.150 A SM 82.9.2 17.3.7 Sep 25 1707
      Received from: Cornelius Fitzjerall, John Squires, William Bradey, Edward Miller, Edmund Mackdanial, Martin Kirke, John Forland, Hugh Sisco.
      Payments to: Mr. Robert Brooke, John Coode, Edward Large, John Squires, William Harbot, Charles Smith, John Doxsey, Mr. Joseph Holt, Mr. Joseph Vansweringen.
      Mentions: brother-in-law (unnamed) of accountant.
      Administrator: John Whalebon.
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      Mr. John Edwards 33A.43 I SM 4.0.0 Sep 20 1711
      Appraisers: Mr. Robert Stourton, Mr. Charles Smith.
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      Samuell Sothoron 33B.204 I SM 88.1.6 Mar 4 1711
      Appraisers: Samuel Williamson, Charles Smith.
      Next of kin: Elisabeth Price, William Wells.
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      Andrew Magraw 19-1/2A.151 I SM 24.15.2 Jun 15 1699
      Appraisers: William Herbert, James Mason.
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      Andrew Magrah 20.186 A SM 24.15.2 #3513 Mar 14 1700
      Payments to: Hugh Hambleton, Robert Brooke, Mrs. Inman, Patrick Buckley, John Welborne, Mr. Kenelme Cheseldyne, Dr. George Birch, Dr. John Mills, Mr. Robert Mason, Charles Smith, Mr. Abraham Rhodes, William Taylard.
      Administrators/Executors: Charles Smith, Abraham Rhodes.

      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      June 28, 1698 - Bond of Andrew Mogiah [sic; Magrah] administrator of Ester Williams (St. Mary's Co.) Security: Richard Minching.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 17, p. 156.

      May 20, 1699 - Exhibited from St. Mary's Co., bond of Margaret Winchen administratrix of John Winchen.
      Securities: John Doxey, Andrew Magra.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 17, p. 294.

      June 15, 1699 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. Inventory of Andrew Magraw.
      Appraisers: William Herbert, James Mason. Inventory value: 24/15/2.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 19 1/2 A, p. 151.

      June 29, 1699 - Exhibited from St. Mary's Co., will of Andrew Magrow, constituting Margaret Mitchen executrix, proved by Charles Smith and Patrick Buckley. Said Mitchen renounced administration. Abraham Roades and Charles Roades trustees of said deceased were granted administration on his estate.
      Securities: William Harbert, James Thompson.
      Appraisers: William Harbert, James Tompson.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 17, p. 304.

      6/15/1699: Admin. accts. of Andrew Magraw.
      Appraisers: William Herbert, James Mason.

      3/14/1700: Admin. accts. of Andrew Magrah.
      Administrators: Charles Smith, Abraham Rhodes.

      Mar. 14, 1700/1 - The St. Mary's Co., Md. Administration Account of Andrew Magrah.
      Administrators/executors: Charles Smith, Abraham Roades.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories and Accounts, Liber 20, p. 186

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      Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 18:34:51 EDT
      From: YGeyoung@aol.com
      To: nlndgrn@sbcglobal dot net

      Liber 6, p 260 written May 9 1699 and proved June 14 1699. Andrew Magrau "of St. Inego's hundred" leaves everything to his two children (unnamed) when they come of age of 16. He makes Margarott Minckon the executor and guardian, but if Margarett abuses children then Abraham Rhodes and Charles Smith are given full power to take aforesaid children which is presumably what happened. By 1700 the court records call Charles Smith and Abraham Rhodes "administrators" so apparently the court did not accept Andrew's appointment of Margaret Minckon as "executor."

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