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

William Langworth

Male Abt 1658 - 1694  (~ 36 years)


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  • Name William Langworth 
    Born Abt 1658  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1 May 1694  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I075062  Tree1
    Last Modified 26 Jul 2020 

    Father John Langworth,   b. Abt 1630, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1662, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 33 years) 
    Family ID F31734  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Mary Hussey,   b. 1662, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1690, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 27 years) 
    Married Abt 1678  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Elizabeth Anne Langworth,   b. Abt 1678, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Sep 1765, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 87 years)
     2. Mary Langworth,   b. Abt 1682, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1753, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 72 years)
    Last Modified 26 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F01606  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Anne Widow Maynard,   d. Aft 1694, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Aft 1690  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 26 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F11097  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Langworth, William,St. Mary's County, 7th Feb., 1693; 1st May, 1694.
      To wife Ann, plantation, 150 A., and 150 A., "Mills Marsh"
      To dau. Agatha, 240 A., "Highpark."
      To dau. Eliza:, 120 A., "St. Barbaries Addition."
      To dau. Mary and hrs., residue of land in St. Mary's Co.
      Land in Charles County, 600 A., "Widow's Mite," testator orders to be sold.
      To Sarah Bower, personalty.
      Residue of estate, real and personal, wife's dower excepted, to 3 daus. afsd., viz., Mary, Eliza:, and Agatha, equally.
      To brother Samuel Lucket's 3 sons, viz., Samuel, Thomas, and Ignatius, estate bequeathed sd. daus. in event of their death during minority.
      Ex., Father-in-law Thos. Hussey.
      By memorandam attached to will, testator decrees that certain personalty belonging to dec'd wife Mary and given to her by her mother, –– Hussey, shall not be appraised with his estate, it having already been given to three daus. afsd. by their mother Mary.
      Test: Walter Ross, Mary Dorrell, Chas. Charles. 2. 282.
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      Mr. William Langworth 13A.29 I £85.12.11 May 2 1694
      Appraisers: William Rosewell, Charles Carles.

      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      June 11, 1694 - Thomas Hussey [Langworth's executor] petitioned for the Sheriff to summon Anne Langworth, James Martin & Agnes Druet [sic; Driver?] Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15C, p. 86.

      July 3, 1694 - Anne Langworth (widow, St. Mary's Co.) petitioned that her brother [not named] exhibited that Mr. Thomas Hussey executor of her husband had carried off chattel from said estate.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15C, p. 102.
      ===
      William Langworth 10,417 A SM £85.12.9 Aug 21 1695
      Legatees: widow Langworth, Sarah Bower {sic Power}.
      Administrator: Thomas Hussey.
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      Johnson, William, St. Wynefrid's, St. Mary's County, 7th June, 1656; -- -- --.
      To wife Emma and dau. Eliza: Johnson, entire estate if they, or either of them, arrive in England; if not, following division of property to be made:
      To neph. William Langworth, son of brother James Langworth, 500 A. "St. Wynefride."
      To Roman Catholic Church, Emma Shanks, dau, of John Shanks of St. Clement's Bay, niece Mrs. Mary Langworth, sisters Agatha Langworth, Eliza: Price, Eliza: Morris, and mother, Mrs. Eliza: Morris, personalty.
      Ex., brother James Langworth.
      Test: Luke Gardner, Robt. Cole, Wm. Thompson. 1. 129.

      Editors: William Johnson immigrated in 1651 and was deceased by 1658 according to Land Records, Liber Q, Folio 19, which includes the information that Aemilia Johnson was the sister-in-law of James Langworth and by 1658, the relict of William Johnson (Gibb Amelia (Emma) did come to Maryland where she married 2nd Thomas Turner and 3rd William Roswell. See both James Langworth's and Thomas Turner's wills below. See also Combs &c. of St. Mary's, 1656-1699
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      Benjamin Solley (gentleman) 1.325 I SM #143416 Mar 23 1674
      Appraisers: Thomas Attoway, William Felstead.
      Approvers: Coline Mackenzie, James Thomson.
      List of hopeful debts: Capt, Luke Gardner, Thomas Barrett, Samuell Coksby, Ralph Howard, Thomas Raynolds, Capt. John Jordain, John Paller, Thomas Melton, John Hoskins, John Portwood, John Gee, John Shanks, Symon Reader, Francis Johnson, Richard Bennett, Richard Hatton, Henry Spinck, Thomas Oakely, Edward Clarke, Justinian Gerrard, William Sommerhill, Edward Swan, Henry Asbery, John Bullock, Stephen Murty, Thomas Attowly, William Cole, Richard Edlen, Ignatius Warren, Richard Ambrose, John Dash, Thomas Gerrard, Jr., William Barton, Sr., Robertt Salomon, Thomas Bancroft, Robertt Perry, Peter Carwardyn, Richard Hartt, John Stanly, Clement Thompson, Thomas Bennett.
      List of doubtful debts: Robertt Ford, Richard Houghton, James Green, Robertt Ringe, William Watts, Thomas Jordan (cooper), Arthur Thompson, Robertt Cole, John Davis, Vincent Mansfield, Pope Alvey, Math. Cartwright, Richard Foster, Humphrey Warren, John Gilham, Thomas Davis, Edward Connery, John Robinson, John Hix, John Browne, Henry Aspinall, John Coke, Dr, Stansby, Edward Williams, Col. Jarboe, Dr. Wharton, Thomas Gerrard, Esq., David Driver, John Foney, Richard Okeane, John Sley, John Slunns, Roger Digasone, Elias Coleman, Robertt Deney.
      List of desperate debts: Richard Skeipy, John Deane, Bartholomew Slaughter, Thomas Conant, Mrs, Bedingfeild, Nicholas Solsby, John Herd, Joseph Calley, Robertt Cooper, John Noble, Thomas Rucstone, George Brewer, Peter Robertts, John Grace, Richard Slaughter, Robertt Sam son, Richard Wiker, Edward Appelby, William Watts at Poplar Hill, Thomas Billerby, Thomas Greenfield, John Lon Thomas Ward, William Rolfe, Timothy at Robertt Cole's, Philip Lynes, Marmaduze, Sims, Edward Solley, John Arnold, John Peirce, Thomas Deuberyt Hugh Nash, Richard Nevitt, William Felsteade, Patrick Lewis.
      List of doubtfull debts: William Rosewell, William Longworth, Samuell Dobson, Philip Gibbon, James Walker, Mathew Harmon, Edward Peace, James Keitch, Richard Longlone, Thomas Morgan, Samuell Abbott, Edward Nibbs, John Curtis, Ambrose Baley, Randolph Peeters, William Ward, John Weilden, Richard Morris, Francis Fernley, Henry Peater Humphrey Petto, Richard Ambrose,, Thomas Helgate,, Henry Barrens, Thomas Simpson, John Williams (carpenter), Giles Cole, John Wathers, Morris Mills, Coline Mackenzy, Thomas Heyatt, Dr. Peirce, William Keith, Thomas cooker, George Oldfield, John Hameltowne, Robertt Engelsby, John Lewellin, Roderick Lloyd, John Mouterer, Richard Gardiner, Thomas Hatrell, Benjamin Rozer, Robertt Carvill, Thomas Howell, Joseph Hedges, Hugh Thomas, Francis Wine, John Jonnes, Mr. Hill (minister), Thomas Grienfeild.
      List of desperate debts: Robertt Foate, Robertt Yates, Thomas Belirby, Edward Appelby.
      ===
      Robert Perry 2.188 1 #3999 Jan 6 1675
      Appraisers: William Langworth, Joseph Alvery.
      Approvers: Edward Cole, John Hollinworth.
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      William Ratcliffe 3.114 I #5959 Dec 9 1676
      Appraisers: William Rosewell, William Langworth.
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      Francis Moundeford 4.405 I SM #1641 [1677]
      Appraisers: William Langworth, Joseph Alvey.
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      Joseph Alvey 7A.137 A SM #13117 #3018 Jul 20 1680
      Payments to: Mr. Turling, Mr. Langworth, Mr. Langford, Abraham Coombe, Anne Martin, Abraham Taylor, Daniell Hamon, Henry Firmly.
      Executrix: Elisabeth Alvey (widow),
      ===
      Stephen Murty (merchant) 9.64 A £43.9.9 #34666 Jul 10 1686
      The amount or the inventory is equivalent to #8697. Additionally, the amount of the inventory included #2836.
      Received from: Phillip Saunders, Francis Holt, Mr. William Roswell, Hon. Col. Darnall, & Hon. Maj. Sewall per account of John Woodward, Elisabeth Pucknell.
      Payments to; Hon. Col. William Diggs from Dr, James Burneas, Mr. Abraham Hook, Dr. Nicholas Silvester, Samuel Abell, Elisabeth Pucknell, Mr. Edward Gelding, Mr. Cuthbert Scott, Mr. Thomas Gavan, Mr. Thomas Burford ordered by Mr. William Rosewell, William Meekin, Mr. Kenellm Chiseldin, Mr. Robert Lee, Capt. Joshua Doyne, James Cary on bill ordered by Mr. Richard Gardiner, Mr, Charles Partis, Hon. Col. William Diggs, Dr. Patrick Innis, Mr. Thomas Hussey assigned from Mr. William Longworth, John Browne ordered by Mr. William Rosewell, Thomas Carnell, Mr. Richard Keene.
      Legatees: Anthony Murty.
      Executor: Clement Hill, Esq.
      ===
      John Shank 9.83 A SM £93.9.4 Sep 4 1686
      Received from: John Taylor, Mr. Edlin.
      Payments to: Richard Newman, Mr. William Longworth, Mr. Anthony Underwood, John Shank for use of Mr. Obadiah Ringwood, James Mountague, Mr. Philip Lynes, Mr. Richard Gardiner, William Taylard,
      Executrix: Abigall Simons.
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      Hugh Marshall 9.490 I £100,6.1 Nov 10 1687
      Appraisers: Anthony Neale, William Hawton.
      List of debts: Richard Beaumont, John Wilder, Thomas Damer, Thomas Sikes, Thomas Nation, Humphry Warren, Robert Holey, Richard Hubert, Luke Gardiner, William Langworth, Thomas Wakfild, Fran. Knott, Arthur Thompson, Curbet Scot, William Chescher, John Coad, John Coates, James Neale, Gilbert Clarke, Henry Hardy.
      ===
      Gardner, Richard, St. Mary's County, 19th Apr., 1687; 3rd Dec., 1687.
      To son Luke and hrs., all lands on both sides of the run.
      To son John and hrs., "Barberton Manor," Chas. Co.
      To wife Eliza: and hrs., plantation in Va., and certain personalty during minority of son Luke.
      To brother Luke, by agreement, "St. John's."
      To sd. sons, Luke and John, and hrs., residue of land equally.
      To father-in-law Clement Hill and his wife, to niece and goddau. Eliza: Gardner, dau. of Luke Gardner, to Monica, wife of Luke Gardner, and to priests of Catholic Church, personalty.
      Exs.: Uncle, Col. Henry Darnall, father Clement Hill, brother Luke Gardner.
      Test: Wm. Langwoorth, Jno. Herd, Thos. Mattingly, Charles Carles, Wm. Dent. 4. 276.
      ===
      Joseph Stratford 9.469 I SM £ll.11.6 Feb 2 1687/8
      The amount of the inventory also included #1800.
      Appraisers: William Rosewell, William Langworth.
      List of debts: Mr. Luke Gardiner.
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      Pile, Joseph, St. Mary's County, 16th Jan., 1691; 8th Nov., 1692.
      To son Joseph and hrs., 1150 A.., "Sarum."
      to dau. Sarah and hrs., 400 A., part of "'St. Barbaries." and 250 A.,, "Pile's Discovery."
      to dau, Mary and hrs., 110 A., "'Baltimore's Gift."
      to dau Anne and hrs., 100 A., "Ferne."
      to dau Eliza: and hrs., 190 A., "Salsbury. Sons to be of age at 18 yrs., daus. at 16 yrs.
      In event of death of any child or child. without issue, survivor or survivors to inherit deceased's portion.
      Exs.: Brothers Anthony Neale and Thomas Turner.
      Test: Wm. Langwourth, Robt. Mastin, Jno. Harrison, Jeffery Cole, Jno. Dent, Thos. Mudd., Philip Briscoe. 6. 64.
      ===
      Capt. Joseph Pile 10LC.22 I SM £539,5.7 Nov 10 1692 Jan 28 1692
      The inventory also included #23781.
      Appraisers: William Rosewell, Thomas Clerks,
      List of debts: Thomas Tolson (merchant) of London, William Langworth, Capt. John Harris, John Noe, Oliver Burth, Gilbert cropper, Phil. Lynes, John Wathen, John Higgins, Thomas Mudd, William Roswell, John Long, Richard Hobart, Robert Maston, George Gowry, Thomas Sympson, James Penny, Christopher Benbridg, Henry Moore, Gerrard Slye, Garrat Vansweringen.
      Mentions: Mr. Joshua Guibert of St. Mary's County, Mr. William Langworth of St. Mary's County.
      ===
      Joseph Piles 14.98 A SM £707.8.1 £748.2.1 May 1697
      Payments to: Maj. Dent due to Edward Batson, John Higgins, Mr. Hubert, John Brocker, John Bean, William Stone, Mr. Mason, Richard Edlen, Col. Cood.
      Legatees: John Mathews.
      Mentions: wife (unnamed, dead).
      List of debts: Thomas Tolson, William Langworth, John Harris, John Noes, Oliver Berch, Giles Cooper, John Watkins, John Higgins, Robert Mason, George Gomere, Thomas Simeon, James Penney, Charles Pembridg, Henry Moore, Gerrard Slye, William Roswell.
      Distribution to: Sarah (eldest daughter) wife of Nicholas Power (her 1/5th part).
      Executors: Anthony Neale, Mr. Thomas Turner (dead).
      ===
      Richard Gardiner (gentleman) 14.78 A £759.2.6 £1273.2.4 Jul 6 1696
      Servants mentioned: Dorothy May, Mary Smith, John Thatcher, William Walker, Alice French, William Hunter.
      Received from: John Bernard, Mr, Henry Lowe, Thomas Dillon, Virtue Reeder, John Shanks, Mr. John Turling, Richard Lanckford, Thomas Warren, Henry Poulter, John Tong, Lyonell Oakly, William Roswell, John Bayly of St, Clement's Bay, Francis Knott, John Bullock, John Burch, Richard Cloud, Mr. Joseph Pile, William Medley, Mr. William Husband, James Greenwell, Mr. William Langworth, Robert Clarke, Clement Hill, Mr. Nicholas Gewlicke, Capt. Thomas Attaway, John Reed, William Houlines, Samuell Abell, estate of Mr, John Baker, John Goddard, Thomas Bencroft, Kenelm. Cheseldyn, Esq., Simon Perch, Richard Keen, James Gray, James Johnson, Capt. Randolph Brandt, John Cacill, Sr., John Reeder, Mr. William Dent, Thomas Swailes,, Adam Head, William Brower, Huqh Benson, William Walker, Dr, Patrick Innis, John Heard, Capt. James Bowling,, Luke Gardiner.
      Payments to: William Seaward per Col. John Addison, Mr. William Dent, William Gibson, Francis Swailes, Capt. Samson Stoddard, Capt, Thomas Courtney, Elisabeth Baker, Henry Poulter, Mr. Gilbert Clarke, Mr. Francis Downes, Thomas Dickerson, Robert Bayly, Capt. William Gennes, Mary Smith, Mr, Henry Lowe, William Farthing, Mr. Joshua Guybert, Mr, Gerrard Causin per Mr, John Dent, Capt. John Ford per William Hargist, John Bernard and wife (unnamed), Thomas Spadlin, Cuthbert Scott, John Taunt, Thomas Swailes, Abraham Blagg,, Edward Baxter, George Medcalfe, Edward Cole, Charles Evans on account of Mr. William Thompson of Virginia, Capt, Joshua Doyne,, Capt, James Bowling,, George Athee, Capt. Richard Trestran (?), John Nicholls, John Rye, William Hargist, William Haunes, Mr. Robert Mason, estate of Dr. Patrick Innis, Mr, Richard Hubart, Samuell Abell, Capt. William Hardidge, Samuell Chamberlin for estate of James Brewer, Mr, Edward Barber, Jefferry Jefferies, Esq. (merchant in London).
      List of desperate debts: estate of Mr. Thomas Burford. Thomas Pethan (dead).
      Christopher Buttlar, David Darnall, Thomas Jefferis, Brenell Tollson, William Twining, Richard Oliver, William Stannard, Daniell Redman, Abraham Rogers, Henry Pullen, Francis Pember, Nathaniell Veren, Capt. Gester, estate of Col, Stevens, Bryan Connolly, Mr. Thomas Bowling.
      Mentions: Thomas Gardiner (brother of deceased)--his 1/5th part. Luke Gardiner "knew of his father".
      Executors: Clement Hill, Luke Gardiner (gentleman).
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      Gardiner, Luke, Sr., St. Mary's Co., 25th Apr., 1703; 4th May, 1705.
      To son Clement at 18 yrs. and hrs., all land between Black Wat, with Branch and Wolf Trap Branch, and running to the Iron Stone hill by Chaptico Old Indian patent.
      To son Thomas at 18 yrs. and. hrs., that part of ‘‘St. Johns" land on w. side St. Clements.
      To dau. Elizabeth Joseph and hrs., 400 A., part of "St. Johns" afsd. (For description see will). In event of her death without issue, to pass to on Clement and hrs. and son Thomas and hrs., successively.
      To son Luke at 18 yrs. and hrs.., that part of "St. Johns'' on which testator lived (for description see will), at decease or marriage of wife Elizabeth.
      To dau. Monica, part of "St. John" afsd. lying next part bequeathed to dau. Eliza: Joseph afsd.
      To daus. Mary and Susannah and hrs., jointly, 83 A., "The Fourth Addition," also residue of "St. Johns."
      To dau. Elinor and hrs., land (unnamed) between lands of Thomas Thomas and William Langworth.
      To nephews Luke and John Gardiner and hrs., "Hillelee." In event of death of any of afsd. unmarried daus. before marriage or without issue, surviving sister or sisters to
      inherit deceased's portion, and all dying without issue, their lands to revert to sons afsd., and any son or sons dying during minority survivor or survivors to inherit
      deceased's portion.
      Sale of "Grimditch" and Island belonging thereto to Jno. Mason confirmed, it having been purchased by his father, Thos. Mason, of St. M's. Co.
      Also sale to brother-in-law Peter Miles of 100 A., part of "St. Johns" confirmed.
      To Wm. Hunter and Robt. Brookes, personalty.
      Testator desired to be buried according to the rites of the Catholic Church.
      Residue of personal estate to sons afsd. and 4 daus. last named.
      Extx.: Wife Elizabeth; in event of her death during minority of child., son Clement to assume executorship. 3. 470.
      ===
      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

      PGLR F:320
      Indenture 9 Aug 13th
      From: James Hagan and Elizabeth his wife of Charles Co.
      Joseph Routhorn and Mary his wife of Charles Co.
      To: Thomas Fletchell of Prince Georges Co.
      In 1685 Lord Baltimore issued a patent in the 12th year of his dominion to William Langworth late of Charles County son and heir of John Langworth land called Widows Mite lying in Charles County now Prince Georges County of 600 acres; Elizabeth Hagan and Mary Routhorn were daus and co-heirs of William Langworth; for 12, 000 pounds of tobacco do sell to Thomas Fletchall; Widows Mite located on the east side of the Anacostin River and the branch or inlet called Tiber; bounded by Richard Piner
      Signed James Hagan (seal) Eliza Hagan (her mark & seal), Jos Routhorn (seal) Mary Routhorn (her mark & seal)
      Witnessed: Ed. Edelin, James Young
      Acknowledged by Elizabeth and James Hagan, Mary and Joseph Routhorn before William Tanyhill and John Bradford
      Recorded: 27 Nov 1714
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: WIDOWS MITE, THE; Owner: Langworth, John: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: 8br 10, 1664: Ref: Liber 10 f 528 : Map Location: N-10

      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      Jan. 8, 1665/6 - "Engsbatch," containing 300 acres in St. Clement's Hundred, St. Mary's Co., Md., surveyed Jan. 8, 1665/6 for William Rosewell at "St. Barbara's" exterior tree.
      Possessor: John Bowling by his marrying one of William Langworth's daughters.
      Source: T.L.C. Genealogy, "St. Mary's County, Maryland, Rent Rolls, 1639-1771," p. 45

      May 1, 1668 - "The Father's Gift," 500 acres, Richard Pinnar, Jr., and William Pinnar. L11/352 SR7353.
      Location: Charles County on the east side of the Anacostia River on the north side of Tiber Branch next adjoining Francis Pope's tract of land called "Rome" beginning at a bound tree of John Lewger's tract called "Layton Stone." Also adjoins Christopher Breame's tract called "Antwerp" and William Langworth, Jr.'s tract called "The Widow's Mite." Note: This tract is located in present day Washington, D.C.
      Source: Hall, Robert W., "Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 4: Charles County, 1640-1710," p. 160.

      Oct. 1675 and Dec. 1675 - William Langworth is an appraiser of the St. Mary’s Co., Md. Inventory of Francis Montefort.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 7:95 and 7:179.

      Feb. 1675/6 - William Langworth is an appraiser for the St. Mary’s Co., Md. Inventory of John Pile.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 7, p. 246.

      Oct. 1677 - The St. Mary’s Co., Md. administration account of Nicholas Richardson shows that Richardson’s estate made a payment to "Mr. Langworth."
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 4, p. 408.

      Oct. 10, 1677 - "The Widdow's Mite," 600 acres, John Langworth, Gentleman. L10/528 SR7352.
      Location: Charles County on the east side of the Anacostia River on the north side of Tiber Branch beginning at a bound cedar on a point. Adjoins Richard Pinnar's tract of land called "The Father's Gift." Note 1: This is a certification. The tract was patented by William Langworth, Jr., in 1686 (7368/166.) Note 2: This tract is located in present day Washington, D.C.
      Source: Hall, Robert W., "Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 4: Charles County, 1640-1710," p. 117.

      June 1679 - William Langworth appraises the St. Mary’s Co. inventory of Joseph Alvey.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Inventories & Accounts, Liber 6, p. 221.

      Dec. 28, 1680 - "St. Barbara's Addition," containing 120 acres in St. Clement's Hundred, St. Mary's Co., Md., surveyed Dec. 28, 1680 for William Rosewell at the out bounds of "St. Barbara's." Possessor: James Hagor [sic] of Charles County, who married one of William Longworth's [sic] daughters, whose right it was.
      Source: T.L.C. Genealogy, "St. Mary's County, Maryland, Rent Rolls, 1639-1771," p. 48.

      Mar. 15, 1681/2 - "Barbary's Addition," containing 120 acres in St. Mary's Co., patented to William Langworth. Location: Calverton Manor. St. Mary's County by St. Thomas Run adjoining a tract of land called "St. Barbary's." Other persons mentioned: Land rights assigned by William Rosewell.
      Source: Hall, Robert W., "Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 5: St. Mary's County, 1633-1710," pp. 138-9.

      Mar. 4, 1682/3 - "Barbary’s Addition," containing 120 acres in St. Mary’s Co., Md., is patented to William Langworth.
      Source: Coldham, Peter W., "Settlers of Maryland, 1679-1700," p. 102.

      Nov. 1683 - William Langworth appraises the St. Mary’s Co., Md. inventory of John Gardiner.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 13, p. 73

      July 1, 1685 - "Widow’s Mite," containing 600 acres in Charles Co., Md., is surveyed for William Langworth.
      Source: Coldham, Peter W., "Settlers of Maryland, 1679-1700," p. 102.

      July 5, 1686 - "The Widow's Mite," 600 acres, William Langworth. IB&ILC/166 SR7368.
      Location: Charles County on the east side of the Anacostia River on the north side of Tiber Branch beginning at a bound cedar on a point. Adjoins Richard Pinnar's tract of land called "The Father's Gift."
      Other persons mentioned: Land rights assigned by William Langworth, former owner and father of William, Jr. Note: This tract is located in present day Washington, D.C.
      Source: Hall, Robert W., "Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 4: Charles County, 1640-1710," p. 118.

      Sep. 1688 - William Langworth, gentleman, swears Katherine OBryan administratrix and the appraisers for the St. Mary’s Co. estate of Bryan OBryan.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 14, pp. 93-4.

      Oct. 1688 and Dec. 1688 - William Langworth, gentleman, administers oaths in the St. Mary’s Co. estate of James Bremer/Brewer.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 14, pp. 110 and 123.

      Jan. 1688/9 and Feb. 1688/9 - William Langworth, gentleman, administers oaths in the St. Mary’s Co. estate of John Portwood.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 14, pp. 129 and 133.

      Nov. 1692 - William Langworth proves the St. Mary’s Co. will of Joseph Pile and is surety for the administration of Pile’s estate by Anthony Neale and Thomas Turner, executors.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 14A, pp. 7-8.

      Jan. 1692/3 - William Langworth is directed to divide the St. Mary’s Co. estate of Joseph Pile into 5 equal portions.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15A, p. 2.

      May 4, 1694 - Richard Clouds (gentleman, St. Mary’s Co.) exhibited will of William Langworth (St. Mary’s Co.), constituting Thomas Hussey (Charles Co.) executor, proved by 4 witnesses. Said Hussey was granted administration. Security: William Rosewell. Also inventory, by appraisers William Rosewell & Charles Carles.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15C, p. 62.

      July 4, 1694 - Thomas Hussey (St. Mary’s Co.) administrator of William Langworth (St. Mary’s Co.) appeared. Ruling: said Anne to receive her 1/3rds. Mentions Mr. Clement Hill.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 15 C, p. 103.

      May 10, 1696 - "Vinyard," 150 acres, William Hutchison. DSF/151 SR7373.
      Location: Charles County on Goose (aka Tiber) Creek beginning at a bound cedar it being the first bound tree of William Longworth's [sic] tract of land called "the Widow's Mite." Note: This tract is located in the present day Washington, D.C. area.
      Source: Hall, Robert W., "Early Landowners of Maryland, Volume 4: Charles County, 1640-1710," p. 107
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      Early Landowners of Maryland Volume 2: Prince George's County 1650-1710; Pg 100
      Robert W. Hall, Colonial Roots Lewes, Delaware 2004

      Langworth, William, Jr.
      The Widow's Mite 7/5/1686; 60a's {should be 600acres). IB&ILC/166 SR73368
      Location: NSH on the east side of the Anacostia River in a branch or inlet called Tyber beginning at a bound Cedar on a pointe. Also adjoins the land of Edward Piner.
      Other persons mentioned: William Langworth, Sr. (assignor of land rights). Note: The tract lies in the present day Washington, D.C., area.
      ===
      Kent, William, planter, Calvert Co., 28th Dec., 1726 ; 27th Feb., 1726-7.
      To son Joseph and hrs., pt. of "Timberwell," given testator by his grandfather, Wm. Wadsworth, being the plantation where John Dalby now lives; abd personalty. Pt. of land given sd. son called "The Neck," adj. to Richard Stallinges, not to be cleared until sd. son is of age at 18 yrs.
      To Richard Neale {sic Deale} (who m. Martha, dau. of John Bowling) and hrs., pt. of "Timberwell," which afsd. Wm. Wadsworth bequeathed to sd. John Bowling, there being a consid. received for same.
      To unborn child if a son, residue of real estate and personalty at age of 18; shd. sd. child be a dau., sd. lands to son Joseph and hrs.
      To wife Elizabeth, extx., residue of personal estate. Shd. wife die, son Joseph to care of mother-in-law Frances Wilson; after her decease, bro.-in-law John Veatch, guardian to sd. son, who is to have 3 years' schooling.
      Test: John Dalby, Saml. Galloway, Richd. Stallinges. 19, 80

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