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

George Lee

Male 1736 - 1808  (72 years)


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  • Name George Lee 
    Born 1736  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1808  Washington, District of Columbia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I112791  Tree1
    Last Modified 28 Oct 2020 

    Father Philip Lee,   b. 1681, Cople Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 May 1744, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 63 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Fowke,   b. Abt 1695, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1745, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years) 
    Married 1725  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F01581  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Chloe Hanson,   b. 1743, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1796, Washington, District of Columbia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 53 years) 
    Married Bef 1760  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 28 Oct 2020 
    Family ID F01308  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Prince George's County, St. John's and Prince George Parishes Maryland State Census 1776
      George Lee, 40: 20
      Chloe Lee, 33: 12: 10
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      Lee, Philip, gent., Prince George's County, 20th March, 1743-4; 1st May, 1744.
      To son Richard, at death of his mother-in-law, land which test. bought from Thomas Smith and Daniel Dulaney, he to make over to son Arthur, 500 A. Rock Cr. land left him by his mother Sarah, dec'd.
      To son Hancock 1/2 land taken up at Rock Cr. and plantations bought from Joseph and James Brook.
      To son Corbin, residue of land taken up at Rock Cr. and 200 A. "Rehoboth" given test. by his father Col. Richard of Va.
      To sons John and George, 600 A. "Rehoboth".
      To son Francis, 200 A. "Rehoboth,"
      To grandson Philip, 200 A. "Rehoboth".
      To wife Elizabeth, provided she remain a Protestant, ""Bart's Hope" and "The Addition" which test. bought from Major or Capt. Samuel Perry.
      To son George, "Lee's Purchase" on Potomac R. which test. bought from John Ashman.
      To sons Richard and Thomas, "Paradise" in Gloucester Go., left test. by his father.
      To daus. Eleanor and Anne Russell, 5.
      To grandchild ----- and Philip, child. of test. son Philip, dec'd. and his wife Grace, grandchild, ---, --- child. of test. oldest son Richard and his wife Grace, and any other grandchild. born or to be born, personalty.
      To dau. -------, Patts, wife of William Patts, personalty. [probably Potts]
      To wife Elizabeth, and child. Richard, Arthur, Hancock, Corbin, John, George, Francis, Thomas, Letitia, Elizabeth, Alice, Hannah, Margaret and grandson Philip, residue of estate including Bake House and Grist Mill.
      Exs.: Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas.
      Test: Joseph Gwinn, Benj. Gwinn, Philip Jenkins, Charles Jones, John Douglas. 23.480,
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      Mr. Hancock Lee 74.155 PG 314.18.6 Dec 28 1759 Mar 24 1761
      Appraisers: Thomas Waring, Samuel Brindell.
      Creditors: John Dorsett, Thomas Dorsett, Jr.
      Next of kin: John Lee, Jr., Letice Wardrop.
      Executors: Mr. Charles Graham, Mr. George Lee.
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      HANSON, ELIZABETH, Charles Co. 19 Mar, 1764; 15 Jun, 1764
      To dau, Jane Hanson, furniture.
      To dau. Elizabeth Douglass, tablespoons, etc.
      To son Samuel Hanson, remaining part of estate.
      Son Samuel Hanson, ex.
      Wit: Geo. Lee, Leond, Marbury, Junr. 32, 162
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801,{Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 42.
      James Gates Will and Codicil,
      I, James Gates of CC, being sick and weak but of sound and disposing mind and memory;
      To my daughter Chloe my bay horse, and saddle and bridle that was her mothers.
      I give the residue of my estate to my children; James, Leonard, Anne Athey, Elizabeth Nalley, Henney Ash, Chloe Gates and Mary Gates.
      Executors: George Lee
      Signed July 30, 1791 James (his mark) Gates
      Wit - Joseph Marbury, Theodosia Wade
      Codici:
      Signed August 31, 1791 James (his mark) Gates
      Wit - Joseph Marbury, Benedict Sanders
      Whereas my daughter Elizabeth Nalley and her husband both died since the making of my last will and have left three orphan children without any friends to take care of them and whereas my two daughters Chloe and Mary Gates will by the terms of my will afsd be left destitute of provisions and other necessaries to support them in housekeeping and taking care of the said children, descendants of Shaderick and Elizabeth Nalley. I direct the executor to furnish out of my present stock of provisions, household and kitchen furniture so much and such part as may think necessary until Christmas next and thense forward out of my hogs, indian corn etc, for one full year.
      October 7, 1791; Witnesses Joseph Marbury, and Theodosia Wade made oath that they saw the testator sign and seal this will; and Joseph Marbury and Benedict Sanders made oath that they say testator sign and seal the Codicil.
      Probated on November 21, 1791 by George Lee
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book AF-11, 1791-1801, {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 235.
      Samuel Hanson Sr., January 24, 1793; November 25, 1794
      I, Samuel Hanson of CC being in perfect health and of sound and disposing mind and memory
      To daughter Chloe Lee and her husband George Lee each six pounds sterling to be paid two years after my death and request the favor of them to take the care of my poor old sister during her life and paid from my estate at the rate of twenty pounds per annum.
      I desire that my daughter Sarah Beanes, her own picture, Nancy Baker her mothers, Nancy Addison her mothers, Sammy and Tommy their own pictures and that Nelly shall have her grandmother's mother's, Chloe Lee's her own and poor Annas pictures, and after her death to belong to Anna Hanson Chapman.
      To daughter Sarah Beanes in case she becomes a widow, one hundred pounds sterling in five equal annual payments, the first to commence one year after her widowhood. I further give her during her present marriage, three pounds sterling annually to begin one year after my death.
      To son Samuel, all my wearing apparel and a rind I now wear with his mother's name in it. Also my shoe and knee buckles.
      To sons Samuel and Thomas, fifteen pounds sterling, one third to be paid twenty months after my death and the residue at two equal annual payments.
      To children of sons Samuel and Thomas, twenty pounds sterling at age.
      To grandson John Addison Twenty pounds sterling at age
      To granddaughter Ann Addison Fifty pounds sterling at age and three pounds sterling annually until she arrives to the age of seventeen years.
      It is my will and desire that my two old truly and faithful slaves, Cate and Poll should enjoy full and absolute freedom immediately after my death.
      It is also my will and desire and I do hereby direct that all the issues and descendants of every female negro that I know have or had on the first day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety one or that I may hereafter acquire or by any means have a right to from the date of this will, to the time of my death that all such issues and descendants as afs, shall enjoy full and perfect liberty and absolute freedom so soon as such descendants as afs shall respectively arrive to the age of twenty eight years and as it would be hard and burthensome on the persons who may have a right to their mothers to provide for their children and as I think it would be a great advantage to the said children under the directions of this will I do hereby order and direct that all such issues and descendants to the last generation of them shall serve the person or persons who may have a right to their mothers at the time of the children's birth or then their executors admn or assigns until they respectively arrive to the age of twenty eight years under the following restriction and conditions to wit; That none of the aforesaid children whose birth must be recorded by the clerk of the county in which they are born not exceeding thirty days thereafter shall be sold hired or by any other means disposed of out of the state of Maryland at any time during their time of service and that the masters or owners of the said children shall give to each of them three hundred days schooling. I mean that they actually go to school so many days. The females between the age of Eighteen and twenty one years and on failure of either of these particulars by the person or persons who may have a right of the said children's service such right shall be thereby forfeited and such children from thence forth shall receive full and ample freedom and for those children who shall serve their time out their last masters or owners shall supply them with such freedom dues as are mentioned in an act of assembly of this state phrased{?} in 1715 chapter 44 section9.
      To each of my sons wives, Mrs Rebecca and Maria Hanson, forty shillings sterling to be paid two years after my death.
      To children of deceased daughter Mildred Baker, forty shillings sterling to be paid as they arrive at age.
      To the poor and needy, 10 pounds distributed by daughter Chloe Lee
      To daughter Eleanor Chapman, my watch and the ring left me by my dear daughter Anna Lingan during her life and afterwards I give and bequeath the same watch and ring to my little granddaughter Anna Hanson Chapman.
      To granddaughter Chloe Ann Lingan at the rate of five pounds sterling per annum until she is 16 years.
      To daughter Eleanor Chapman, thirty pounds sterling per annum for and during the term of eight years.
      To granddaughter Chloe Ann Lingan, the sum four hundred pounds sterling to be paid to her at the age of 17yrs.
      To granddaughter Ann Hanson Chapman, together with the other children my daughter Eleanor chapman shall or may have by her present marriage, all the remaining part of both my landed and personal estate.
      I direct that the whole of my landed property except my graveyard in the garden should be extended fifty feet square for the interment of myself all my descendants and their husbands and wives; should be sold at pot luck vendue on at least three weeks' notice in the Annapolis, George Town and Alexandrian papers at three annual payments on interest by my Executors. I desire that bonds may be taken in each of the minors names payable when they reach age. {mm note - the intent of the sale was to put in place funds for the legacies}
      Executor: friends George Lee, Henry Hendly Chapman
      Signed: January 24, 1793 Sam Hanson
      Wit - Chloe Lee, Martha Sheed, Theodosia Wade, Anne Addison, Horatio Clagett
      Codicil: February 19, 1794; I have this day lent to and put into the hands of my daughter Chapman a negro Mark, until her daughter Ann Hanson Chapman arrives to the age of sixteen years.
      Codicil: February 24, 1793; on the 1st of October 1791, ws born of my negro woman Sall a female child named Anne Liberty and on the fourth day of December 1792 was born of my negro woman Aminta a male child named Samuel Liberty who are to be free by this will at the age of twenty eight years.
      Codicil: March 23, 1794; the above negro woman Sall was delivered of a male child which I have named Thomas Liberty who is to be free at the age of twenty eight years.
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      Charles County Land Record Book G#3, 1756-1761; Page 488. Oct 10, 1760 from George Lee of Prince Georges County, Merchant, to John Laidler of CC, for 455 sterling, all that tract of land called Lees Purchase, situated in CC, bounded by the mouth of a small creek called Batchelors Cr, the bank of Potomack River, and also one other tract of land, bounded by the afd tract called Lees Purchase and called the Store Plantation, and from thence to the River to the mouth of Pashansa [Pasquahan2a] Cr alias Hampton Cr, thence to the mouth of the Ashing Swamp, both of which sd tracts, Lees Purchase and the Store Plantation, contain about 300 acres. Signed - Geo Lee. Wit - F8. Waring, John Stone Hawkins. This deed was acknowledged in Prince Georges County before Prince Georges JPs Fs Waring and John Stone Hawkins by sd George Lee and Chloe, his wife; Chloe relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Certified by J Sim, Clerk of Court, Prince Georges County. Recorded Nov 13, 1760.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 138. At the request of Thomas Campbell the following Deed was recorded June 23, 1761
      Indenture made May 14, 1761; George Lee, merchant in consideration of 300 pounds sterling money of Great Britain paid by Thomas Campbell, merchant has sold three tracts called "Read's Farm" containing 337 acres; Read's purchase containing 47 acres; and "The Meadow" containing 25 acres, all lying on Patuxent River near the town of Nottingham. To have and to hold and the said George Lee warrants forever against all other persons claiming including Colmore Beanes and Richard Read and Mary Read late of PGCo, deceased. Signed George Lee in the presence of and acknowledged before Francis Waring, John Stone Hawkins and at the same time Chloe Lee w/o George Lee relinquished her right of dower
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1759-1763; Liber RR {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 242. At the request of George Lee the following Convenant was recorded August 27, 1762
      Indenture made November 30, 1759; between Colmore Beanes, gentleman of one part and George Lee gentleman of the other part. Witnessed that it is covenanted granted and agreed upon between the said Colmore Beanes and George Lee parties to these presents that the said Colmore Beanes for himself his heirs executors administrators and assigns.covenant grant and agreed with the said George Lee his heirs executors administrators and assigns in manner and form following that is to say Colmore Beanes shall and will at the next provincial court to be held at Annapolis on the 2nd Tuesday of April next to cause to be suffered a common recovery in due form of law before the Justices of the said provincial court of those three several tracts or parcels of land following, vizt; "Read's Farm" containing 337 acres; "Read's Purchase" containing 40 acres and "The Meadows" containing 25 acres all lying on Patuxent River near the town of Nottingham which recovery to be suffered in the execution thereon to be had and taken in the lands and appurtenances shall be adjudged deed and taken to be in the same and every part and parcel thereof shall be to the only use and behold of him the said George Lee and to no other use intent or purpose whatsoever for and in consideration of the sum of 190 pounds sterling money paid by him the said George Lee the receipt whereof the said Colmore Beanes the hereby confess and acknowledge. Signed Colmore Beanes, George Lee in the presence of and acknowledged before John Stone Hawkins, Charles Grahame (recorded in folio 621)

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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 209. Certificate. Mr. George Lee brought before me a very small bay mare, taken up as a stray, She has been about his plantation 4 or 5 months. Signed - Sam: Hanson*. Recorded Dec 28, 1762.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 16. Oct 14, 1765 from George Lee of CC, Gentleman, to Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, for 230 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, which sd Lee bought of Angus McKay, containing about 200 acres. Also, part of sd Greens Inheritance which sd Lee bought of Angus McKay, and adjoining the above tract of 200 acres, bounded by the old Womens Branch, the old Womans Run, containing about 67 acres. Signed - Geo. Lee. Wit - Jon Dent*, Thos Contee*. Chloe, the wife of sd Geo. Lee, relinquished her right of dower, Recorded Oct 25, 1765
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 345. Mar 5, 1768 from George Lee & Chloe, his wife, of CC, to Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, for 20 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, bounded by the Old Womans Branch upon Leonard Green's line, land of sd Samuel Hanson whereon he now lives, the division line between sd Samuel Hanson and George Lee. Signed - Geo. Lee*, Chloe Lee. Wit - Dan of St. Thomas Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer. Sd Chloe relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Mar 7, 1768
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 361. Lease. Mar 5, 1767 from Samuel Hanson of CC, Gentleman, to George Lee & Chloe, his wife, & daughter of the sd Samuel Hanson of CC, for the love he has for sd George and Chloe Lee, the lease of about 21 acres, being part of a tract of land called Greens Inheritance, being part of the tract whereon the sd Hanson now lives, bounded by the road that leads from sd Hanson's to Zachazah [Swamp?] or the Chappel of Ease, a branch that leads to sd Hanson's old mill, the afd old mill tail [trail?], the old mill Dam, sd George and Chloe Lee's land formerly leased them by sd Hanson. This lease is for the term of the natural lives of sd George & Chloe Lee, they paying yearly the quit rents due on the land. Signed - Sam: Hanson. Wit - Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer, Ann, the wife of the sd Samuel Hanson, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Mar 10, 1768
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      Deed Mar 9 1756 from William Boswell of Charles County, Maryland.
      planter, to Mathew Boswell of same, planter, his brother. Price 1000 lbs
      of tobacco, half a tract of land called, "Mary's Delight" in Charles
      County near the head of Portobacco Branch adjoining a tract called,
      "Boswell Desert" . begin N. side of a branch of Portobacco then NE, SE,
      then SW, then SE, then SW, then SW, then to start, 74 acres including
      buildings, gardens, and orchards. Recorded April 3 1756. Deed Dec 21
      1766 from Matthew Bosell and William Bosell of Pr. Georges Co. Md.
      planters, to John Hanson and Alexander Hanson of same planters, for the
      price of 27 pounds and 20,000 pounds of tobacco, all the two tracts, one
      called, "Boswels Desert" near a small branch that falls into Portobacco
      Main Branch and near land of Alexander Hamilton, 100 acres, in Charles
      County Md. and also one called, "Mary's Delight", near the head of
      Port tobacco Branch adjoining the afsd Boswels Desert, 74 acres in Charles
      County. Signatures William Boswell ( M ) & Matthew Boswell Junr ( S ),
      witnesses Sam. Hanson and Geo. Lee. Acknowledged Dec 21 1766; Eleanor and
      Catherine the wives of sd. Matthew Bosell and William Bosell released
      their dower rights. Recorded Jun 9 1767.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 4n, Jun 14, 1768 from Bennet Green of CC, planter, to Samuel Hanson of CC, merchant, for 50 and for divers other good causes, part of a tract of land in CC called Greens Inheritance, adjoining a tract of land now in the possession of George Lee being part of sd Greens Inheritance, bounded by Cool Spring Branch, the old Womans Branch, containing about 66 acres. Signed - Bennet Green. wit - Dan of St. Thos Jenifer*, Geo: Lee*. Ann, the wife of sd Bennet Green, relinquished her right of dower. Recorded Jun 16, 1768.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 425. Bill of Sale. I, George Dixon, being justly indebted to Samuel Hanson in the sum of 12,658 lbs of crop tobacco and wanting to repay him, I give him 1 Negro woman named How and her child named Nan, about 1 year old, 1 Negro girl named Ruth, about 9 years old, and a horse named Frim, sorrel horse, a mare called Jewell, 4 cows and calves, a young heifer of the proper mark of sd Dixon. Sd Hanson intends to let the articles afd remain for some time in the possession of sd George Dixon, but Dixon will deliver the same to Hanson when requested, under penalty of 25,000 lbs of tobacco, barring accidents of death and other casualties. This bill of sale represents security for the payment of sd Dixon's bond, entered into this day, for 12,658 lbs of crop tobacco. The consideration does not relate to Dixon's-bond, in which William Oart is security to sd Hanson. Signed Jun l, 1768 - George Dixon. Wit - George Lee*, Chloe Lee.
      Recorded Jun 16, 1768, {See Liber V #3 page 373}
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      Charles County Land Records 1786-1790; Liber D#4; Page 117. Bill of sale, recorded at the request of George Lee, Esq. I, Joseph Thompson of CC, planter, for 56 19 shillings and 9 pence 3 farthings, which I hereby acknowledge to be justly due to Messrs Christopher Robinson, Robert Sanderson, & John Rumney, or their certain atty, with interest from next Dec 25, now in order to secure as far forth as in my power the afd debt and interest to sd Robinson, Sanderson, and Rumney, as well as for the cost of recording this deed of sale, I hereby convey and deliver to the sd Christopher Robertson, Robert Sanderson, and John Rumney their certain atty, 5 cows and 2 calves, 2 heifers, 2 yearling heifers, 2 sows and 9 shoats, 2 horses branded IE, 3 feather beds and furniture, together with all the household furniture I am now possessed of or may hereafter acquire. Signed Sep 7, 1787 - Joseph Thompson_ Wit - Dan Jenifer*, Dan Jenifer Jr. Recorded Sep 7, 1787.
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
      Charles County Land Records N #4.28

      At the request of Henry H Chapman the following Deed of Gift was recorded this 21st day of February Anno Domini 1793
      Charles County Sst To all People to whom these Presents shall com I George Lee of Charles County do send greeting Know ye that I the said George Lee for and in consideration of the Love & Affection wch I have & do bear towards Miss Elenor Anne Chapman daughter of my worthy friend Henry Henley Chapman Esqr & Elenor his wife have given & granted & by these presents do freely give & grant unto the said Elenor Ann Chapman her heirs Executors Administrators & Assigns a Negro Child called Jenny daughter of Rachel To Have & to hold the said negroe together with her Increase to be considered as her property
      her heirs & assigns without any further condition whatever And I do hereby warrant & defend the said negroe unto the said Elenor Anne Chapman her heirs & assigns against all Persons claiming by from or under me my Heirs Executors or Administrators In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this nineteenth day of February Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred & ninety three
      Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of Geo Lee seal
      Henry H Chapman Horatio Clagett

      At the foot of the aforegoing Deed of Gift was thus written to wit
      Charles County February 19th 1793
      Then Came before me the Subscriber one of the Justices of The peace for said County George Lee & Acknowledged the above Deed of Gift to be his Act
      & Deed & the negroe therein mentioned to be the right title & estate of the above named Elenor Anne Chapman her heirs & Assigns according to the true intent and meaning thereof & according to the Act of Assembly in such case made & provided

      Henry H Chapman
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller;
      Charles County Land Records: N #4.83

      8 Mar 1793 Indenture:
      From: Samuel Hanson
      To: George Hargraves
      For the sum of Twenty Pounds current money;
      all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Charles County called Friends Greif;
      containing for acres. /s/ Sam Hanson; Wit: Geo Lee, Wm H McPherson
      Recorded 11 May 1793
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 299-79: LEES PURCHASE: 640 acres; Possession of - 640 Acres - Lynes, Philip: : Re-Surveyed 8 Mar 1682 for Phil Lynes near lower Cedar Point on the East side of Potomac River: Conveyance notes - 250 Acres Philip Lynes from William Lee, 15 May 1677., 375 Acres Philip Lynes from William Lee, 15 May 1677., (this land overcharged 0:12:0),
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      Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774
      Volume 726, Page 301

      This Indenture made the ninth Day of March in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven
      hundred and seventy two Between John Lee of Essex County in the Colony of Virginia and
      Susanna his Wife and George Lee of Charles County in the Province of Maryland and Chloe his Wife
      of the one Part and Lettice Thompson of Prince George County in the Province aforesaid of the other Part
      Witnesseth that for and in Consideration of the Sum of fifty Pounds to the said John lee and the Sum
      of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of the Province aforesaid to the said George Lee to them and
      each of hem respectively paid by the said Lettice Thomson at or before the Ensealing and Delivery
      of these Presents the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and Parcel
      thereof do exonerate, acquit, and discharge the said Lettice Thompson her Heirs Executors and Administrators
      and every of them by these Presents have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed,
      and confirmed, and by these Presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, and confirm unto the said
      Lettice Thomson Six hundred Acres of Land with the Appurtenances, scituate, lying and being in
      Dorchester County in the Province aforesaid devised to the said John Lee and George Lee by the Will
      of their Father Philip Lee Esq.r deceased out of a larger Tract of Land commonly called and
      by the Name of Rehoboth on the North West Fork of Nanticoke as by the said Will recorded in the
      Commissary's Office may now fully appear and which Land the said John and George Lee by a
      former Deed bearing Date the Day of conveyed to the said Lettice Thomson
      but which was omitted to be registered according to the Directions of the Law in such Cases provided
      And the Reversion and Reversions remainder and Remainders of all and singular the said six
      hundred Acres of Land and Premisses hereby granted, and every Part and Parcel thereof And also
      all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property, Claim and Demand whatsoever both in Law and Equity
      of them the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife, and George Lee and Chloe his Wife or either of them
      of in, to, or out of the said Land Premisses and every part and Parcel thereof To have and to hold
      the said Six hundred Acres of Land and all other the Premisses hereby granted, bargained or sold
      or mentioned or intended so to be with their and every of their Appurtenances unto the said Lettice
      Thomson her Heirs and Assigns ^To the only proper Use and Behoof of her the said Lettice Thomson her Heirs and Assigns^ forever And the said John Lee and George Lee do for themselves and
      their Heirs hereby grant that they and their Heirs the Land and Premises afores.d and all and singular
      other the Premisses hereby granted or mentioned to be granted and every Part and Parcel thereof with all
      and singular their and every of their Rights Members and Appurtenances unto the said Lettice Thomson
      her Heirs and Assigns against the said John Lee and George Lee and their Heirs and all other
      Person and Persons whatsoever claiming by from or under them shall and will warrant and forever
      defend by these Presents In Witness whereof the said John Lee and Susanna his Wife and
      George Lee and Chloe his Wife have hereunto set their Hands and affixed their Seals the Day and
      Year first above written
      Sealed and delivered in J Hepburn John Lee (L S)
      the Presence of us Alex.r Symmer Geo Lee (L S)

      (On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus indorsed Viz)

      Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture the Sum of fifty Pounds Inspection
      Currency of Maryland it being in full for the Consideration Money for the Land and
      Premises within mentioned to be paid to me by the within named Lettice Thomson Witness my
      Hand John Lee
      Witness J Hepburn

      Received on the Day of the Date of the within written Indenture of and from the within
      named Lettice Thomson the Sum of one hundred Pounds Inspection Currency of Maryland
      it being it full for the Consideration Money for the Lands and Premises within mentioned
      to be paid to me Witness my Hand
      Witness J Hepburn Geo Lee

      Prince Georges County March 9.th 1772 Then came John Lee and George Lee Parties of the
      within Deed and acknowledged the same to be their Act and Deed and the Land and
      Premisses therein mentioned to be the right Title and Estate of the within mentioned Lettice
      Thomson Her Heirs and Assigns forever Taken and acknowledged before me one of his
      Lordships Justices of the provincial Court
      J Hepburn
      Recorded the 26.th Day of March 1772

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