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

Elizabeth Bachelor

Female Abt 1656 - 1698  (~ 42 years)


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  • Name Elizabeth Bachelor 
    Born Abt 1656  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 26 Mar 1698  Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I067237  Tree1
    Last Modified 16 Oct 2019 

    Father Francis Bachelor,   b. 1636, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Apr 1664, Charles County, Maryland - Admin Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 28 years) 
    Mother Sarah MNU Bachelor,   b. Bef 1640,   d. Bef 1680, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 40 years) 
    Married Abt 1656  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F06277  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Archibald Waughop,   b. 1627,   d. 10 Mar 1684/85, Portobacco, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 58 years) 
    Married Abt 7 Nov 1676  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 16 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F01821  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 William Smith,   b. Bef 1652,   d. 13 Mar 1694/95, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 43 years) 
    Married 1684  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 16 Oct 2019 
    Family ID F07346  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Smith, Eliza:, Chas. Co., 11th Mch., 1697 ; 26th Mch., 1698.
      To Mary, wife of John Martin Smith, Cleborne Lomax and Blanche, his wife, Eliza:, wife of Jno. Hawkins, Robbin, son of Ann Osborne, and to Rev. George Tubman, personalty.
      Cleborne Lomax and John Martin Smith, exs. and residuary legatees of personalty, they also to have charge of plantation until the heir (unnamed) comes to take possession of it.
      Test: Ann Osborne, Morris Fitzgerald, 6. 84.
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      William Smith 19-1/2B.91 I CH 23.10.0 Mar 6 1699
      Appraisers: John Booker, Lewis Jones.

      Elisabeth smith (widow) 19-1/2B.93 I 17.6.0 Mar 19 1699
      Wife of William Smith (dead) and Archibald Waughob (dead).
      Appraisers: John Booker (also John Brook), Lewis Jones.
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      STODART [Stoddert], JOHN, Charles Co. 6 May, 1767; 18 May, 1767
      Desire to be buried by side of dec'd. wife in own burying grounds, without the least show of pomp or grandeur, more than the presence of a few neighbours, decently attending my corps to its place of interment, and there witnessing its being covered with clay, A glass of wine may be asked them to drink without any other expence. It is my desire that none of my children put themselves into a mourning dress for my death, as their concern for the loss of me may be equally the same without it and my estate. Debts to be paid.
      To grandson William Truman Stoddart, land I now live on called "Confirmation", to me granted; "Southampton Enlarged," originally 2 tracts: one called "Southampton Surveyed", for a certain Francis Batchlor, 26 Aug, 1662, which sd. Batchlor had a dau. intermarried with a certain Wm. Smith, by virtue of which intermarriage, sd. Smith became a tenant by the courtesee of England in sd, land, and no hrs. of Batchelor appearing, land afsd. after death of Smith, would have reverted to the Lord Proprietary, which Smith, in an humble petition to Lord Proprietary, 3 Apr, 1684, prays that he might purchase his Lordship's Right of Reversion, which for a valuable consideration pd. by Smith, his Lordship granted, as will more fully appear by his Lordship's answer to the Petitioner, 9 May, 1684. See Liber 6 B, Folio 84.
      The other tract called "Addition To Southampton", surveyed for James Stoddert, Jr, for 190 A, on 17 Sep, 1723, including the 500 A. tract, which I possessed his father John Trueman Stoddert with, but never confirmed to him the moiety of sd. tract, to be divided by an equal proportion In breadth upon Pomunkie Creek; sd, grandson Wm, Trueman Stoddert, to have southernmost pt. of, and in default of use Of same, to son Wm. Trueman Stoddert, saving always hereby -to dauo-in-law Lucy Heabeard Stoddert, 1/3 pt. of 500 A., which I possessed son John Trueman Stoddert with, although it; were never confirmed to him, during her natural life.
      To son Kenhelm Trueman Stoddert, silver gilted sword and cane; tract. called "Pasture".
      To son Richard Truman Stoddert and hrs., land formerly in occupation of Wm. Smith, viz: one tract granted originally to a certain Thos. Sisson, 1658 for 450 A., and tract. called "Wiccowoman", granted to a certain Richard Williams, 1653, for 200 A,; what interest I have with hrs. of William
      Hutcheson, dec'd., for land In upper Cedar Point Neck, called by patent of 'Confirmation".
      To son Walter Truman Stoddert, 2 tracts on Potomack River, place known as Smith's Point., formerly occupatlon of Wm. Smith, granted Wm. Smith, 1685, 300 A, called "Wiccowoman"; the other tract adjoining, called "Price's Adventure", surveyed on 11 Mar, 1668 for a certain Edward Price, for 200 A.
      To dau. Mary Truman Fendall, half pt, of tract I now live on called "Southampton Enlarged." The other half I have given to grandson Wm. Truman Stoddart, but In default. of such Issue, then land to sons Richard Truman Stoddert and Walter Truman Stoddert.
      To dau, Marianne Truman Alexander, 300 A. on Rock Creek In Frederick County, pt. of tract called "Friendship", also all the land I have In Pomunkie Neck; In default of Issue, I give to son Kenhelm Truman Stoddert and hrs. Balance to be divided between children: Wm, Truman Stoddert, Kenhelm Truman Stoddert, Richard Truman Stoddert, Walter Truman Stoddert, Mary Truman Fendall, Marianne (or Mariamne) Truman Alexander.
      Exs: Two sons above-named.
      Wit: Benj., Henry, and Anne Ward, Mary White Ward. 35. 328
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      Smith, William, Chas. County, 22nd Jan., 1694; 13th Mch., 1694.
      To wife Eliza:, extx., plantation (unnamed) at the riverside,, and all personalty.
      to William. son of Adam Smith, Berkshire., Eng., 1200 A.., "Southampton" at Pomonkey, and residue of estate including plantation afsd at death of sd. wife. In event of death of sd. William without issue., estate, real and personal., to pass to Adam, the eld. brother of sd. William, and his sister (unnamed).
      Test: Chris. Gregory, Lewis Jones, Matthew Dike. 7.74.
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      William Smith 15.58 A CH Oct 13 1696
      payments to: Thomas Whichaley, Mrs Richard Harrison & Mrs Richard Wade (administrators of John Wright), William Bishop (administrator of John Smith), Mr. Richard Wade, John Williams, Mr. George Tubbman, Christopher Gregorey, Mr. John Stone due to Cleborne Lomax, Cleborne Lomax, Capt. William Dent by order of Col. John Courts on note of Mr. Henry Hawkins on account of John Bowman, Capt. Phillip Hoskins on account of Thomas Love son of William Love, Mr. Thomas Hussey, Capt. William Dent on account of Capt. George Brent, Capt. William Dent on account of Mr. Gilbert Clarke, James Hollywood.
      Executrix: Elisabeth Smith.
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      William Smith 16.3 1 CH 142.3.6 Jun 27 1698
      Appraisers: John Booker, Lewis Jonns,
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      William Smith 11B.45 A 142.3.6 82.20.6 Oct 10 1700
      A second inventory is cited at 23.10.0,
      Payments to: Lewis Jones, Thomas Wheeler.
      Administrators: Phillip Hoskins, William Dent.
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      William Spikeman 19.169 A [CH] 8,16,0 #3530 Jul 15 1699
      Payments to: Henry Tompson, Elisabeth Smith (dead, relict) and executrix of William Smith and Philip Hoskins (administrator of William Smith),
      Administratrix: wife (dead, unnamed) of James Kirke.
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      Archibald Wahob 8.189 I CH 60.1.0 Apr 26 1684
      Appraisers: John Godshall, John Clarks.
      Executrix; Elisabeth Wahob (relict),
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      Archibald Wauhop 19,158 A CH 61.1.0 #3671 Jul 24 1699
      Payments to: Capt, Phillip Hoskins by order of Thomas Lowe son of William Lowe,
      Executor: Cleborne Lomax (surviving executor of Elisabeth Smith (executrix of deceased)).

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      Anne Osborne, born say 1678, the former servant of Elizabeth Smith "of ye River side," was convicted by the Charles County, Maryland Court on 14 June 1698 of having a "Molatto" child. She died before 10 November 1700 when Thomas Parker was paid for looking after her in her sickness and burying her [Court Record 1696-1701/2, 376; 1699/1700-1701/02, 99].
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      County Circuit Court Liber F, Page 221
      7 Nov 1676; Deed of Gift from Archbald Waughob to Elizabeth his wife; 6 silver spoons, a sliver tankard, a silver bowl, one Negro woman and 200 acres of land at my upper plantation; /s/ Archibald Waughob; wit. John Gray (mark), George Miller (mark)
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      John Smith 14.69 A CH 22.12.6 #6222 Jul 30 1696
      The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #5430.
      Received from: Elisabeth Smith.
      Payments to: Philip Clarke paid to William Stone, William Stone, Hugh Portingale passed to Mr. John Stone, Mr. John Wincoln, John Barker.
      Administrator: William Bishop.

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      List of Debts & Payments for Henry Truman
      In the Inventories a Accounts is a list of the debts & payments for the estate of Henry Truman. The list is 23 January 1695. This list can be found in Liber 13B, Folios 33-39.
      List of Debts
      John Smith (Freshes)
      John Smith (Leo. Creeks)
      John Smith (Cox. Towne]
      John Smith (on the manner)
      John Smith (glazier]
      John Smith (carpenter)

      William Smith
      William Smith (schoolmaster)
      Dr. William Smith

      Daniell Smith
      Ralph Smith
      Henry Smith

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