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

Raphael Haywood

Male Bef 1641 - 1713  (> 72 years)

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  • Name Raphael Haywood 
    Born Bef 1641 
    Gender Male 
    Died 5 Aug 1713  St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I091283  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 

    Family ID F37863  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anne Boague,   b. Calvert County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1714, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Inventory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2020 
    Family ID F37862  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Linda Reno's Research Notes

      Raphael Haywood, Gentleman was listed as Constable and freeholder at St. Clement's Manor, 10/23/1661 (Chr. of Colonial MD, Thomas).

      1/8/1701: Depositions taken re: bounds of "Cedar Branch" in Calvert
      Co.; Raphael Haywood, age about 70 taken 1/20/1710/1711; about 40 years ago Raphael Haywood lived on a plantation at St. Clement's Bay in SMC and then he moved to a plantation in Calvert Co. called "Simon Reeder's" (MD Chancery Records). NOTE: "Simon Reeder's" was in St. Mary's Co. The period involved (40 years ago as stated in the deposition) would have included that time when the upper part of St. Mary's County was made a part of Calvert County (but later returned).

      Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
      Volume 38, Page 185

      An Act to Supply an omision in the writeing the last will and Testament of of Raphael Haywood late of Saint Marys County Gentleman deceased and for Setling and Estate of Inheritance in fee Simple on Robert Scott Clerk and Charles Neale planter the Exectrs and Devisees in the said will named.
      Whereas Raphael Haywood late of Saint Maries County Gentleman made his last will and Testament in writeing and duly proved bearing date the Twenty second day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and thirteen and therein and thereby did Give and bequeath to Robert Scott Clerk and Charles Neale planter all the houses Lands goods and Chatties which he stood Invested with at the Time of his decease to be Equally divided between them whom he also appointed his whole and sole executors and whereas the said Raphael Haywood died Seized in fee simple in two hundred and Fifty acres of land being the moiety of a Certain tract of land formerly Survey'd for John Boague of this Province Called Fanskirk {sic Hawskirke} lying scituate and being in Saint Mary's County afd And Forasmuch as through Inadvertency and precipitant hast in penning the said will (and Contrary to the Intent of the Testator) only an Estate for life is thereby given and bequeathed to the said Robert Scot and Charles Neale. And it appearing to this Present Generall Assembly that the Intent and designe of the said Raphael Heywood was to give and bequeath an Estate of Inheritance in Fee Simple to the said Devisees.
      It is therefore prayed that it may be Enacted, And be it Enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the Advice and Consent of his Majestys Governeur Councill and Assembly of this province and the Authority of the same that the said Robert Scott Clerk and Charles Neale planter by Vertue of the said will and of this act have hold possess and Enjoy to them and their heirs forever a good sure & absolute Estate of Inheritance in fee Simple of in and to the afd two hundred and fifty acres of land the moyety of the said tract Called Fanskirk to them in Generall Termes given and bequeathed by the said will any omision mistake or Deficiency in the said will or any Law Statute useage or Custome in any wise to the Contrary thereof Notwithstanding Saveing the Right of our Soveraigne Lord the King his heirs and Successors and of all bodys politick and Corporate
      Haywood, Raphael, St. Mary's Co., 22nd July, 1713;
      5th Aug., 1713.
      Robert Scot Clark and Charles Neale, exs. and joint legatees of entire estate, real and personal.
      Test: Cosmas Parsons, William Tolle, Stephen Vinall. 13. 603
      Mr. Raphaell Haywood 35A.9 I 46.5.0 Aug 8 1713
      Appraisers: Mr. Joseph Edwards, Mr. Charles Smith.
      Creditors: Mr. Cosmas Parsons, Mrs. Ann Haywood (widow). Next of kin: Mrs. Mildred Green.
      Raphael Haywood 388.8 A SM 46.5.2 35.16.4 Jun 16 1716
      Payments to: Edward Cale, George Brewer, Capt. Thomas Truman Greenfield, John Graves, Capt. Henry Peregrine Jowles, Joshua Holdsworth, Cosmus Parsons, Col. Henry Lowe, John Ford, Mr. Henry Lowe, Thomas Richardson, Joseph Edwards.
      Executor: Robert Scott

      Phillips, Bartholomew. 12th Jan., 1664; 6th Nov., 1665.
      To dau. Eliza: Phillips, plantation at mouth of St. Clement's Bay.
      To wife Margaret, execx., residue of estate, real and personal; in event of death of said wife, son-in-law JOHN TONGE to possess plantation nr. head of St. Clement's Bay. In event of death of either child under age, survivor to inherit portion of deceased.
      Test: Raphael Haywood, Jas. Martin. 1. 236.
      Charles Bud 1.400 I #5290 Jul 21 1675 Aug 6 1675
      Appraisers: Maj. Thomas Brooke, Raphael Haywood.
      Mentions: widow (unnamed).
      John Benson 4.19 I CA #54819 Jan 25 1676
      Appraisers: Paul Buoy, Ro. Conants.
      List of debts: Seth Biggs, Thomas Hillary, William Johnson, John Thornbury, John Murfit, John Johnson, Edward Player, Thomas Blanford, Joseph Isack, Henry & George Cole, John Tate & William Jones, John Miles, Dr. Samuell Lane, Francis Hutchins, Philip Jones, Edward Isaac, Ninean Bell, Henry Truelock, Daniell Armige, Nehemiah Birkhead, George Collins, Thomas Cosden, Richard Bowen, Robert Conant, William Meeres, Francis Hill, Thomas Sellby, Henry Harrison, William Needham, Thomas Edwards, John Ramsey, Thomas Owen, Daniell Cunningham, Samuell Mace, Michaell Catterton, William Collings, Ralph Haywood, Francis Streete, John Halford.
      Executrix: Elisabeth Benson (relict).
      Col. Thomas Brooke 4.328 I CA #89810 Jul 20 1677
      Folio 332 appears twice. For clarification, the first is cited as 332A and the second 332B.
      Appraisers: Charles Boteler, Ralph Haywood.
      Col. Thomas Brooke 5.300 I #6050 Aug 2 1678
      Appraisers: Charles Boteler, Raphaell Haywood.
      List of Payees for Richard Chilman
      In the Inventories & Accounts is a list of the payees for the estate of Richard Chilman. The list is dated 22 April 1680. This list can be found in Liber 7A, Folios 39-52.
      List of Receivers
      Ralph Haywood
      Walls, Pearce, St. Mary's Co., 18th May, 1685; 26th Aug., 1685.
      To John Pennington and Thomas Gavin, personalty.
      To Anne Young, 100 A., "New New Castle."
      To Thomas Dillon, ex., and hrs., part of "Morrissey Mount"'
      and residue of estate, real and personal.
      Test: Raphall Haywood, Edward Cole, Honuor Cole. 4. 155.
      Pierce Wall 9.42 I #1295 Jul 8 1686
      List of debts: Col. Henry Darnall, Hon. William Digges in the hands of Mr. Richard Gardiner, Capt. Joshua Doyne, Mr. Edward Cole, Mr. William Sherflict, Mr. Haywood, Lewis Arper.
      Executor: Thomas Dillon.
      Hon. John Darnall, Esq. 8.474 I 410.19.10 {Feb 13 1685/6}
      Appraisers: Henry Brent, Raphael Haywood.
      Mentions: Madam Darnall.
      List of Debts & Payments for Thomas Coaden
      In the Inventories & Accounts is a list of the debts & payments for the estate of Thomas Gosden. The list is dated 8 October 1685. This list can be found in Liber O, Folios 368-382.
      Lists of Debts
      Ralph Haywood (poor)
      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.
      Lists of Debts
      Ralph Haywood
      Thomas Hall 19iA.69 I SM 10.2.10 {1699|
      Appraisers: Raphad Haywood, George Keeth.
      Joseph Chantry 23.43 A SM 9.19.4 #7527 Jan 30 1702
      Received from: John Bright, William Bright, John Raily, Richard Newman, David Persons, William Shercliffe, Thomas Cooper, Christopher Morrell, Edward Spink, Ralph Haywood, Capt. Attaway, Robert Cord, Sr., Peter Hayward, John Barnard, Robert Assister, Lewis Haisler, Francis Spink.
      Payments to: Col. Moreland, Dr. Burch, James Keech, Col. Lowe, Mr. Gwybert, Col. Cood, Dane Persons, Mrs. Newman, Francis Puck, John Barnard, Peter Haward.
      Administrator: John Bennett.
      Mr. Henry Brent 23.22 A CA 470.18.4 #179267 May 28 1703
      The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #160952.
      Received from: Robert Hill, executor of Hugh Hopewell, George Plowden, Col. Peter Sawyer, Col. Whittington, Col. Beall & Capt. Brightwell per Mr. Greenfield & Mr. Bradley, Joshua Cecill (administrator of Jonathon Willson).
      Payments to: John Elsey, John Griggs (cooper), W. Taylard, William Dent, Thomas Crabb, Col. Henry Jowles, Robert Thompson, Samuell Watkins, Maj. Barton, Raphaell Haywood, Joshuah Cecill, Maj. Barton for Sir Thomas Lawrence, Maj. Beall, Richard Brightwell.
      Mentions: John Hall, Henry Hanslapp, John Taylor of Dorchester County, Symon Willmor, Thomas Smithson, Anthony Neale, Robert Mason.
      List of bad debts: Ralph Burly (dead), Edward Batson, Robert Biggs (dead), John Burlin, Donnock Dennis, Thomas Deake (runaway), executor of Stephen Gary, John Goddard (dead), Thomas Hall (planter, dead), Richard Gardner (dead), Thomas Hall (carpenter, dead), Joseph Howe, Henry Hudson, Robert Jones (runaway), William Joseph, Henry Jowles, John Jones, John Joynes (dead), George Keeth, Francis Knott, Vincent Low, Esq., Peter Lamar (dead), Sir Thomas Lawrence, E. Moore (very poor), administrator of Henry Newgent, John Oneal (runaway), Franie Quillin, James Ricketts (runaway), Thomas Spalden, Thomas Tasker, Richard Webb, Baruch Williams, John Christenson (runaway), Thomas Money (dead), Isaac Hopper bond to Sweatnam, Matthew Travers (dead), William Smith, John Stone.
      Administratrix: Anne Marsham, wife of Mr. Richard Marsham.
      Persons Mentioned in the Estate of Mr. Robert Mason
      The estate of Mr. Robert Mason of St. Mary's County cites money and tobacco received from the following persona, and payments made. The list is dated 20 March 1706 (OS). The list can be found on Folios 275-290, Liber 26, Inventories and Accounts.
      Money and Tobacco Received
      Ralph Haywood
      Timothy Mahony 32C.94 A SM 37.12.6 46.14.8 Aug 7 1711
      Payments to: Col. Henry Lowe, Mr. Peter Harris, John Burroughs, Raphael Haywood, Thomas Wallenby, Mr. Edward Colls, Mildred Green, Mr. Cornelius Whyt, Mrs. Elisabeth Gardner, Mr. George Plowden, Mr. Chiseldyne.
      Administratrix: Elisabeth Mahony (relict).
      Ignatius CrayCroft 32C.171 A PG 233.1.0 Oct 22 1711
      Received from: Capt. Richard Smith, Raphael Haywood.
      Payments to: Tasker, Wornell Hunt & Nicholas Spurn, James Kingsbury, Thomas Cooke, Peregrine Brown (merchant in London).
      Mentions: John Craycroft (son).
      Administrator: Mr. Luke Gardner.
      Calvert County Circuit Court
      Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

      Haywoods Adventure, 100 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Haywood, Raphael 1668 Patent Record 11, p. 232 0 0 MSA S 1583-744

      Haywoods Adventure, 100 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Haywood, Raphael 1668 Patent Record 12, p. 43 0 0 MSA S 1583-745

      Hawskirke, 500 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Boage, John 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 163 0 0 MSA S 1583-738
      Hawskirke, 500 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Boage, John 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 282 0 0 MSA S 1583-739

      Anne Arundel County Circuit Court
      Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

      Nettle Land, 200 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Netlefold, George 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 98 0 0 MSA S 1581-3382
      Nettle Land, 200 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Netlefold, George 1663 Patent Record 5, p. 289 0 0 MSA S 1581-3383
      Nettle Land, 200 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Netlefold, George 1663 Patent Record 10, p. 204 0 0 MSA S 1581-3384
      Nettle Bed, 300 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Hayward, Raphaell 1666 Patent Record 10, p. 288 0 0 MSA S 1581-3381

      === how is Anne related to Mrs Mildred Green
      Brannon, Cornelius, St . Mary's Co., 19th Mch 1702; 14th Apr., 1703.
      To William Hunter, William Gewlick, William Houblon, Eflinor Richards, goddau. Rebecca Kerrott, Peter Dorman and Anne Haywood, personalty.
      Luke Gardner, ex. and residuary legatee.
      Test: Susanna Barton, Clement Gardner, Sam 'l Smallwood. 11. 281.

      === how is Margaret related to Mrs Mildred Green
      WILL OF FRANCIS HARRISON, OF Charles County, Maryland.
      Daughter, Diana Price, my land belonging to the "Old Field," from the head of the "Gutt" up the Branch to the east side of my now dwelling plantation.
      Daughter, Violetta Harrison, personalty and the land I now live on, and if she dies before marriage, then her personal estate to go to her mother.
      Wife, Elizabeth, one-third of the orchard in the "Old Field" for ten years, and all the residue.
      Extrix.: My wife, Elizabeth Harrison.
      Testamentary Bond on estate of Francis Harrison, late of Charles County, Maryland., deceased.
      Extrix..: Elizabeth Harrison.
      Sureties: Richard Price and John Thomas.
      Witnesses: Thos. Evans, Margaret Hayward, Mary Wakelin.
      Will dated September 9, 1712. Proved April 20, 1713.
      Bond dated May 18,1713, 100.
      William Hutchison 36B.33 A 613.10.9 Feb 15 1714
      Received from: widow Dunnings, Samuell Brashier, Richard Conner, John Harris, William Taylor, Thomas Jonstonne, John Norris, Jr., Esq. Bladen, Esq. Bladen for George Wells, Daniel Dullany.
      Payments to: Capt. Thomas Dent, Thomas Osburn, William Gray, William Thackhead, William Dunn, Henry Butler, Margarett Hayward, Joshua Cecill, Jeremiah Macknew, Capt. John Hyde, Walter Huling, James Hampsted, Johnathon Thorn, James Stoddert, Mr. Bordley, Daniel Dullany, James Heath, Daniel Delozeir, William Bladen, Esq., John Payne, Francis Clarboe, William Dent, Richard Edwards, William Atchison, Christopher Thompson, John & Margaret Queen (executors of James Wilson), George Dickson, John Richard, Edward Edlin, executor of Capt. Wade, Esq. Bladen, Esq. Loyd, Mr. Wornell Hunt, Charles Carroll, Esq.
      Mentions: Col. Addison, John Prichett.
      Administrator/Executor: James Hadden.

      SAMUEL QUEEN'S WILL, RECORDED 18 MARCH 1711, VOLUME 13, PAGES 389, 390, 391,

      In the name of God Amen I Samuel Queen of St. Marys County Gent being Sick of body but of Sound and perfect Sence and memory thanks be to almighty God and Considering the uncertainty of this transitory Life we Live in do think Expedient and Necessary to Settle all Such Temporall benefitts wch pleased Almighty God hitherto to Endowe me with in order to wch do make this my will Renouncing Revokeing and makeing Void any will or wills heretofore by me made either Verball or in wrighting but this to be Effectually taken for my Last will and testament in Manner and form following viz

      1st...First and principally I give and bequeath My Soul to almightly God that gave it firmly believing that through the Merritorious death & passion of my dear and blessed Saviour Jesus Christ I Shall Receive full pardon and remission of all my past sinns and my body I bequeath to ye Earth from whence it Came to be buryed in Decent manner according to the discretion of my exx and exr hereafter Specified and

      2dly...I will and Desire that all Such Debts wch of right I owe to any person may be discharged within Some Reasonable time and

      3dly...I give and bequeath to my beloved Sonn Saml Queen all and Singular that tract or parcell of Land Called Underwood Containing three hundred To have and to hold to him the Said Saml his heires & assignes for Ever

      4thly...I give and bequeath to my Son Marsham Queen his heires and assignes for Ever all and Singular that tract or parcell of Land Called Hudsons range conta five hundred acres...and

      5thly...I give and bequeath to my beloved Sonn Wm Queen his heires and assignes all and Singular that tract or parcell of Land Called or known to be part of a Certain Tract of Land Called Acchamack and my part of the Land now given to my Said Sonn Wm and his heires for Ever to Contain Seven hundred acres...and

      6thly...I will and Desire that In Case Either of my afd Sonns Should happen to dye in his or their Minority or non age that then his or their parts to Rebound to the Surviveing brothers Equally or Brother wholly and in Case of the death of my three Sonns that then the afd Land to Rebound & be to my two daughters Kathr and Margt their heires and assignes for Ever and in Case of the death of my Said Daughters in their non age or without Issue that then the afd Land to rebound & be to the use & behoof of my beloved
      Wife Katherine Queen & my belov'd Son in Law Rd Brooke & their assignes forever...

      7thly...I Will & Desire that after a third part of thirteen Negroes be secluded & set apart for my wife that Then the remr part of sd negroes be Equally Devided to my afd five Children wn they arrive at or to ye age of Eighteen Yeares for the Male and female att sixteen if not wedded Before always observing in this behalf as afd in Case of ye Death of any of ym that the Decd part rebound to the survivr & further that the whole Stock of negroes Continue & remain in the hands of my sd Wife During the Childrens minority Except in Case of her Death in the mean Space & in Such Case my Son Saml to take Charge of the rest in Generall with the oversight of Such a friend as his mother should think fit to repose a trust in if need require

      8thly...I Give & bequeath unto Mr Raphael Haywood the Sum or Quantity of Eight barrells of Indian Corn & my Riding Coat...

      9thly...I give & bequeath to the widow FEARNLY four barrells of Indian Corn...

      10thly...I Give & bequeath to Saml CROWN three Barrells of Indian Corne and a Sow wth pig & a young heifer

      11thly...I Give to Mr. Nico Gulick the qty of twenty bushells of wheat...

      12thly...I Will & Desire that in Case my hond Father in Law Mr Richd Marsham take upon him or think to Expose any of the afd tracts of Land to Sale & Expend or imploy The Value to the Education of my Children That it will be very Gratefull to me & then such Revision be made in the Other two tracts as may bear a Pportional or Collaterall part of the charge

      As to what Stock & moveables not herein Expressed after a third part Secluded the remr to rebound to my five Children by an Equal Division as above sd

      And for the due Execution and fullfilling of this my Last Will & Testamt I nominate Constitute & appoint My Hond Father in Law Mr Richard Marsham & my well beloved Wife Katherine Queen to be my Lawfull Exr and Exrx as witness my hand & Seale this tenth Day of January 1711-12

      Signed Sealed & Deliver'd in the
      presence of us SAMLL QUEEN
      Tho Dillan
      Cornelius Wildman Susanna (her mark) Langley

      On the back of the foregoing Will was thus endorsd, viz...
      March 18th 1711...Then Came Thomas Dillan and Susn Langley two of the witnesses to the within writing & made Oath that they Saw ye Wtin nam'd Saml Queen sign Seal & Deliver the Same as his Last Will & Testamt.
      Aisquith, Dy Comr

      St Clements Mannor }
      A Court Leet & Court Baron of Thomas GERRARD esquire there held on Wednesday the Three & twentith of October 1661 by Thomas MONNYNG Gent Steward there for this tyme

      Baliff William BARTON Gent
      Constable Raphael HAYWOOD Gent

      Resiants Mr Edmond NANFEN

      George BANKES
      Francis BELLOWES
      Will ROSEWELL
      Tho: JAMES John GEE
      Michael ABBOTT

      Freeholders Robt: SLY Gent

      Will BARTON Gent
      Luke GARDINER Gent absent
      Robt COLE Gent
      Raphael HAYWOD Gent
      Bartho: PHILLIPS Gent
      Reader, Simon, St, Mary's County, 6th Apr., 1685; 17th June, 1685.
      To eld. son John and hrs.,, personalty,
      To wife Virtue, execx., life interest in estate, real and personal,, including land on Heywood's Branch,
      To sons Benjamin and Richard., sd. land at death of wife afsd.; they dying without issue to revert to eld. son John afsd.
      To dau. Mary Bridgin and hrs.,, personalty,
      Test: Clement Hill, Thos. Glover, Thos. Warring. 4.147.

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