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

Thomas Harrison

Male Abt 1692 - 1734  (~ 42 years)


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  • Name Thomas Harrison 
    Born Abt 1692  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1 May 1734  Charles County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I2030  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 Jul 2022 

    Father Richard Harrison,   b. 12 Oct 1659, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Jul 1710, Charles County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Jane Delahay,   b. 1 Jun 1668, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jun 1735, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 1 Jun 1685  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1290  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Harrison, Thomas, Charles County, 24th Jan 1734; 1st May, 1734.
      To Mary Meek, personalty.
      Francis Meek, ex. and residuary legatee.
      Test: Alexander Jones, George Brett. 21. 59.
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      Thomas Harrison 18.500 CH £14.4.7 Jun 5 1734 Aug 13 1734
      Appraisers: William Williams, John Loper.
      Creditors: John Stromatt, Richard Price.
      Next of kin: Charity King [Courts?), Elisabeth Wade.
      Executor: Francis Meeke.
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      Thomas Harrison 13.74 A CH £14.4.7 £10.9.11 Apr 30 1735
      Sureties: John King, Absalom Thorn.
      Payments to: Daniel Dulany & Benjamin Tasker, Esq., Samuel Hanson.
      Executor: Francis Meek.
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      Thomas Price Will dated 20 Feb 1750, probated 30 Nov 1752.
      In his will, he gave wife Frances all my estate during her widowhood.
      To son Richard PRICE, a tract called Robertson's Purchase, 214 acres at my wife's death or marriage and if he should die without issue then to the child my wife is now with and if that child also dies without issue then to my sister Sarah BOZWELL.
      Wife Frances PRICE, Extx
      Wit: Thomas HARRISON, Mary Harrison, Elizabeth HARRISON
      Wills 28, 430 Maryland Calendar of Wills by Jane Baldwin, Vol. 10, p 245
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      Richard Harrison 3.256 CH £140.2.10 Feb 15 1719
      Appraisers: John King, John Cooper.
      Creditors: William Dentt, James Mankin.
      Next of kin: Jane Evans (mother), Thomas Harrison (brother of whole blood).
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      Will of Capt. Joseph Harrison, Charles County, 24 Dec 1726; 5 May 1727
      To son Richard and Hrs., 400 A. "Cow" or "Cool Spring," 300 A. "Richard's Pleasure" and "Holy Spring."
      To son Joseph and hrs., 427 A. "Amsterdam," 300 A. "Urlinda" ("Verlinda") and 200 A. "Carpenter's Square."
      To dau. Tabathia and hrs., "Daniel's Quarter" bou. of John Allen, 400 A. "Land's Lane" at Maryland Point.
      To wife ___, 300 A. dwell. plan. "Delahayes Chance," 150 A. "Minges Chance," "Woodberries Hope," during her life; at her decease to unborn child.
      To godson Hezekiah and hrs., (son of Richard and Hester Harrison, 150 A. of "Christian Milford," bou. of John Pilbert.
      Sons Richard and Joseph, dau. Tabathia and wife ___each to pay annually to
      son William 500 lbs. tob. for his maintenance.
      Exs.: Wife ___, William Stone, Sr., Thomas Mathews.
      Test: Rev. William Maconchie, Richard Harrison, Thomas Wright.
      Codicil: 24th Dec., 1726. Exs. empowered to sell 150 A. at Pamunkie, bou. of Wm. Stone, and 88 A. "Harrison's Plain" for benefit of estate.
      To bro. Thomas, use of plantation whereon mother ___now lives during his
      life.
      To sons Richard and Joseph and dau. Tabitha, personalty.
      To wife ___, residue of personalty.
      Exs. & Test same as in above will.

      Note: 5 May 1727, Virlinda relict of aforesaid Jos. Harrison, accepts will. MCW 19, 151.
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      John Hambleton 18,505 CH £64.10.9 Jun 4 1734 Aug 14 1734
      Appraisers: William Williams, Thomas Wright.
      Creditors: Benjamin Fendall, Daniel Durning.
      Next of kin: Elisabeth Wade, Charity King [Courts?].
      administrator: Mr. John King.
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      John Mitchel 17,249 CH £13.2.O May 3 1733 Aug 2 1733
      (also John Mitchell)
      Appraisers: Thomas Harrison, Thomas Right.
      Creditors: Daniel Bourne, Daniel Chambers,
      Administratrix: Esther Mitchell.
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      Thomas Harrison 14.100 A CH £7.4.3 £4.13.3 Dec 17 1735
      Payments to: John Maconchie, Samuel Hanson.
      Executor: Francis Meeke.
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      Joseph Harrison (gentleman) 9,129 A CH £550.13,10 £397,4.9 Sep 18 1728
      also Capt. Joseph Harrison.
      Received from: Robert Wade, James Semmes, Walter Pye, Thomas Mathews, David Cockran, Capt, Watson, John Lancaster, Samuel Young, Esq. (treasurer), Capt. Anthony Nicholeson, Col. John Fendall, William Robertson, Capt. James Lutwydge, Francis Sharklelt, David Southerland, John Philbert, Mathew Breeden, Thomas Raybord, Walter Winter, James Marten, John Posey, Francis Bishop, Thomas Wright, Mary Cooper, John Atchison, David Cothran.
      Payments to: Amos Garrett, Robert Gordon, Isaac Lansdale, William Black, Thomas Harrison due from deceased as administrator of his brother Richard Harrison, Thomas Harrison due from deceased for his portion of estate of his brother Benjamin Harrison, Mary Hague due from deceased as administrator of her mother Elisabeth Hague, Mary Hague due from deceased for her portion of estate of her uncle Richard Harrison, Mary Hague due from deceased for her portion of estate of Benjamin Harrison, Stephen Evans in right of his wife (unnamed, mother of Benjamin Harrison) for her portion of estate of Benjamin Harrison remaining in hands of aforesaid John Harrison, John Hamilton due from deceased as administrator of Elisabeth Hague his portion of her estate, William Cooper (deceased was his guardian), John Courts on account of estate of Richard Harrison and estate of Benjamin Harrison (John Courts married their sister (unnamed), John Parnham, Mary Miller, George Elam, William Walley, John King,, Lord Baltimore, William Loch, Esq,. John Harrison, Richard Bell per Garrett Gorden, Thomas Harrison for a legacy from his father (unnamed, deceased was executor), John Coulten, Daniel McDaniel, William Sanders, James Glasscock, Daniel Jenifer, Philip Key, Thomas Taylor, Richard Hutchins, John Howard, Books & Holland, Charles Calvert, Esq,, Samuel Hanson, William Cumming.
      Executrix: Virlinda Harrison (also Verlinda Harrison).
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      Joseph Harrison 9.404 A CH £93.16.0 Jul 5 1729
      Received from: Stephen Evans, John Dagg,, John England, Col. Joseph Smith (of Virginia), Thomas Sanders, Thomas Edgar, Thomas Harrison,Peter Babb, John Strumat, Durham Parrish, Thomas Smith,, Edward Berry Godfrey Pain, Thomas Speake, Sarah Tayler, Stephen Brown, John Smith, John Coombs. John Backer, George Noble.
      Payments to: Charles Calvert, Esq., Samuel Hanson, Thomas Harrison, Mark Lampton, Mr. John Howard, Benjamin Tasker, Charles Lord Baltimore.
      Mentions: Hugh Perrie.
      Executrix: Verlinda Harrison.
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      Col. Joseph Harrison 12,207 CH £550,13.10 Jul 5 1127 Aug 5 1727
      Appraisers: John King, Thomas Wright.
      Creditors: Benjamin Tasker, John Hamilton.
      Next of kin: Jane Evans (mother), Thomas Harrison (brother).
      Executrix: Mrs. Verlinda Harrison.
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      Elisabeth Hague 3.252 CH £82.7,9 May 19 1718
      Appraisers: Gerard Fowke, John Beale.
      Creditors: William Badge, Charles Monte, John Abbington,
      Next of kin: Jane Evans (mother), Thomas Harrison (brother), Richard Harrison.
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      Richard Harrison 3,256 CH £140,2,10 Feb 15 1719
      Appraisers: John King, John Cooper,
      Creditors: William Dentt, James Mankin.
      Next of kin: Jane Evans (mother), Thomas Harrison (brother of whole blood).
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      Charles County Court Records, August 1736 Court, Liber T#2, Page 241
      Benjamin Fendall vs Francis Meeke, Ex:r of Thomas Harrison. TrCa. Non pross per defect Repl'n.
      Francis Meeke, late of CC, planter, executor of the Will of Thomas Harrison, late of CC, decd, was attached to answer unto Benjamin Fendall of a plea of trespass upon the case.. Then sd Benjamin, by Philip Key, his atty, complains that whereas the sd Thomas, in his lifetime, to wit, on [blank month and day], 1733, at CC, owed sd Benjamin 931 lbs of tobacco, being for sundry articles lying properly in account [see below], and as a consequence, to sd Benjamin promised to pay sd sum when requested. But Thomas, in his lifetime, and Francis, since his death, sd sum, or any part thereof, to sd Benjamin, has not paid, although often requested, sd Francis, in particular, on Nov 11, 1735 at CC, and at divers other days and times since, to the damage of sd Benjamin 1863 lbs of tobacco and thereof he brings suit.
      1732 - Mr. Thomas Harrison - D:r.
      To 3 levies @153 per - 459.
      To fine for squirrels - 18: 477
      1733
      To 3 levies at 125;2 per - 376%.
      To balance last year 477 Int: 38 - 515.
      To commitm:t Rellasment at suit of Jno Maconchie - 40 931%.
      Per Contra - C'r.
      1732. By carried to Liber B - 477.
      Errors Excepted this Nov 16, 1735 per Benja: Fendall, late Sher: CC.
      CC, Nov 15, 1735. Then came Benjamin Fendall and made oath that the above account is, to the best of his knowledge, just and true, and that he never recd any part thereof, nor any satisfaction for the same. Sworn in open Court. Wit - Sam: Hanson, Cl:.
      And the afd Francis, by Sam:l Young, his atty, comes and prays licence thereof to imparl until next Jun CC Court, and he has it, and same day is given sd Benjamin, at which day, sd Francis, by his atty, prays further licence thereof to imparl until next Aug CC Court, and he has it, and same day is given sd Benja: here. And now here, at sd Aug Court, came the sd Benjamin and sd Francis by their attorneys, and sd Benjamin, by his atty, prays that the sd Francis to his Declaration afd against him may answer, and the sd Francis, by his atty, comes and says that he, sd Benjamin, his action afd, against him, to have or maintain ought not because he says that sd Benjamin did on [blank date], at CC, refuse to swear or affirm that no part of the tobacco mentioned in the account referred to in the Plaintiff's Declaration, has been paid, nor anything else given or delivered towards satisfaction thereof. And sd Francis further says that the sd Benjamin did, on [blank date], at CC, sue & implead the sd Francis as Ex:r, although Francis did, on [blank date], at CC, offer to the sd Benjamin to pay what appears to be really due on the account, being so proved either by oath or affirmation as afd, wherefore sd Francis prays judgment if sd Benja: ought not to be nonsuit and to pay the full cost.
      And afterwards, at sd Aug Court, the afd Benjamin, although called, came not. Ordered that sd Benjamin take nothing by his writ afd, and that the sd Francis go thereof without day, and that sd Francis do recover against sd Benjamin 185 lbs of tobacco for his costs and charges.

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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 286-26: HARRISONS VENTURE: 50 acres; Possession of - 50 Acres - Cole, Jeffery: Surveyed 14 April 1671 for Richard Harrison at bound Red Oak on the South side of a forked Creek run near the marsh: ; Conveyance notes - 50 Acres - Joan Decregae (Deirego) from Jeffery Cole, 27 Feb 1707, 50 Acres - Johannah Decregae (Deirego) from Thomas Harrison 22 Aug 1718,50 Acres - John Scroggins from William Decreagae (Deirego) 23 Oct 1722

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