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

Mackall Skinner

Male Abt 1707 - 1754  (~ 47 years)


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  • Name Mackall Skinner 
    Born Abt 1707  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 3 Jun 1754  Calvert County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I071104  Tree1
    Last Modified 25 Mar 2020 

    Father Robert Skinner,   b. Abt 1660, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Apr 1713, Calvert County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 53 years) 
    Mother Anne Mackall,   b. Abt 1683, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1736, Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 54 years) 
    Married Bef 3 Aug 1703  Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F10086  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Mr. Mackall Skinner 57.287 PG 175.11.5 Jun 3 1754 Jun 26 1754
      Appraisers: William Wilkinson, Henry Trueman.
      Creditors: Thomas Hamilton, John Hamilton.
      Next of kin: Maryland Skinner, John Cox.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Ann Cox.
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      Taney, Mary, Calvert Co., 10th Aug., 1711; 29th Aug., 1712.
      To brothers Benjamin, Mackall, Nathaniel and Robert Skinner,
      Jr., and sister Anne Skinner, entire estate (personal).
      Ex.: Father-in-law Robert Skinnier, who is to pay to sister Ann
      and brother Mackall (Skinner) afsd., money due testator
      from estate of father, John Taney.
      Test : John Bigger, Richard Hildson, John Godsgrace. 13. 445.
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      Mary Taney (spinster) 338.200 I 69.11.10 1712
      Appraisers: Thomas Howe, David Hellin.
      Legatees: Robert Skinner, Benjamin Skinner, Anne Skinner, Nathaniell Skinner.
      Mentions: her father John Taney, Mr. Robert Skinner.
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      Henry Cox 16.303 A CA 339.15.0 78.1.3 Sep 1 1738
      Received from: Daniel Druey, Richard Henry, John Leach, John Macdaniel.
      Payments to: Dr. Hamilton, William Holland, Macckall Skinner, Mary Parker, John Anton, Mary Wilkinson, John Doggett, Robert Lee, James Sawell, James Leach, James Clayton, John Richards, William Torver (merchant in London), Robert Cruickshank, Henry Hunt & Samuell White (merchants), Dr. William Skinner, Daniel Dulany, Esq., Gabriel Parker.
      Executrix: Mary Cox
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      Mr. Robert Skinner 23.365 PG 328.18.1 Jun 27 1738
      Appraisers: James Wilson, John Lawson.
      Mentions: John Skinner, Mackall Skinner, Robert Whitaker, J. Lawson.
      Executor: Nathaniel Skinner.
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      Dr. Patrick Sim 20.189 A PG 1692.6.7 1434.1.0 May 10 1744
      Received from: John Skinner, Robert Bradley, Leonard Hollyday, James Hall, Thomas Gaunt, Sr., William Digges, Jane Contee, John Martin, Edward Claggett, Ann Brooke, John Bowie, Jr., widow of Clement Brooke, William Smith, Charles Digges, James Bowie, John Smith, Thomas Crompton, Leonard Covington, John Lawson, Henry Hill, Francis Crandell, Osburn Sprigg, Clement Hill, Sr., John Hepburn, Mr. William Black, Mr. William Torver, Richard Moleanux, John Darnall Thomas Hodgkin, John Bowie, Sr., Capt. Shakespear, Thomas Brooke, Madam Sprigg, Thomas Denwood, widow Offutt, William Mordock, William Brogden, Thomas Cleland, Caesar Grice, widow Tasker, William Young, Richard White, John
      Bourne, Jr., Nathaniel Selby, Basil Waring, Leonard Hollyday, Hooper Green, John Blanford, Henry Watson, Mary Townley, Ann Russell, Gabriel Swain, the County, Charles Hodge, Capt. Belt, Randolph Johnson, Mackell Skinner, Solomon Docura, Thomas Warring, Richard Keene, Richard Beans, James Kelly, David Craford, John Levitt, Capt. James, Leonard Decant Mr. Dick, William Tinch, Jr., John Becket, Charles Beall, Robert Perrie, Edward Sprigg, James Pummer, William Beall, widow Williams, Mark Webb, John Boone, Sr., Mr. Hardin, Mr. Jameston, Alexander Beall, Henry Wharton, Maurice Morris, Richard Beanes, John Sprigg, John Bowrey, Lingan Wilson, John Perrie, Leonard Dea, John Orm, Thomas
      Sprigg, Madam Sprigg, William Reed, John Griffwell, Thomas Ragan, John
      Brightwell, Paul Rawlings, Henry Lee, Thomas Charter, widow Maconchie, James Harvie, Thomas Comes, Samuel Harvey, Mrs. Boswell, Mr. Robert Mitchell, Benjamin Walorsporo, William Mills Magruder, Mrs. Duval, Thomas Blanford, Samuel Harris, Mark Webb, Nat. Smith, widow Parker, William Hardie, Samuel Warring, Philip Lee, Esq., Robert Mills, Thomas Selby, John Johnston, John Peirce, widow Clagget, Witham Buston, Henry Buttler, James Thomas, Daniel Carroll, Samuell Busey, Thomas Austin, James Yong, Mr. Bolton, Mark Marshall, Allan Bowie, Philip Briscoe, Richard Jarvin, Peter Smith, Benjamin Walmsford, Arnold Livers, Francis King, Addison Sheaperd, Al. Bussel, Aaron Roberts, Marry Ragget, John Lange, Benjamin Craycroft, Madam Addison, Edward Digges, Peter Courcill, Francis Herbert, Jame Swann, George Gordon, John Smith Prather, Ingnatius & Nicholas Digges, William Jones, Thomas Hamilton, John
      Craycroft, Clem Craycroft, John Hawkins, William Nicholas, William Groome, John Hepburne, Samuel Warring, John Johnson, Jame Dair, Samuel Taylor.
      Payments to: Clement Smith who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion), Thomas Lee who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion).
      Administratrix: Mary Sim.
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      LAWSON, JOHN, Prince George's Co. 4 Apr, 1749; 26 Mar, 1749
      To wife, several slaves; at her decease, to return to my hrs., hereafter mentioned,
      To my honoured father, my wearing apparels, to be delivered to him immediately at my decease. To sd. father, land lying at the head of Fryer's Creek, now in the tenure of Francis Poston and John Williams. To sd. father, during his life, some slaves, certain ones.
      To my honored grandmother, during her lifetime, certain slaves,
      To nephew Thomas Baden and hrs,, tract which I bought of John Wright, lying at the head of Spycer's Creek; to sd. Thomas Baden, 1 slave.
      To sister Lettice Naylor, slaves.
      To nephew Robert Baden and hrs., land called "Lawsons" Lot 100 A., slaves.
      At the decease of my father and mother, the tract of land bequeathed him, be then the right of nephew Thomas Baden.
      Certain slaves to be divided amongst the child, of sister Martha Baden; child. of sister Lettice Naylor.
      At decease of wife, her slaves be divided bet. my 2 sisters Martha Baden and Lettice Naylor.
      Friends Francis Waring, Thomas Litchworth; nephew Thos. Baden. exs.
      Wit: Levin Wailes, Benj. Trueman, Paul Rawlings, Mackall Skinner, 26.105
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      Mr. John Lawson 29.236 A PG 158.7.5 Mar 28 1750
      Received from: James Ryon, John Greadall, Francis Poston, William Ryon, Mackal Skinner, Thomas Hollyday, George Maxwell, John Lawrence
      Payments to; John Wardrope, Samuel Roundall,George Maxwell, Henry Truman, Cesar Grice, James Russell, Jos. Letchworth, John Adams, Edward Burch, Robert Wheatly, Abraham Wood, Jos. Surrat, Robert Davis, Thomas Baden, Osburn Sprigg, Rebecca Young (co heir to Thomas Holdsworth, cost of suit against heirs (unnamed) of Thomas Letchworth), Daniel Dulany, Esq., Nicholas Digges.
      Administratrix: Mrs. Elisabeth Lawson.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1749-1752; Liber PP {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 115. At the request of John Cox the following Deed of Gift was recorded April 27, 1751
      Indenture made April 1, 1751; Mackall Skinner, planter of PGCo, in consideration of 5 shillings current money paid by John Cox of Calvert County, Maryland, planter, and for ye natural affection he as Uncle hath to his nephew John Cox and also for divers other good causes and considerations him thereunto moving doth give part of a tract of land lying on the south side of Patuxent River on the Quascoes and commonly called "Brooke Court" and containing 300 acres. Signed Mackall Skinner, in the presence of and acknowledged before Henry Trueman, John Hawkins, Jr.

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