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

Anne Eibeck Mason

Female 1755 - 1816  (61 years)


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  • Name Anne Eibeck Mason 
    Born 13 Jan 1755  Gunston Hall Plantation, Fairfax County, Virginia. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 12 Mar 1816  Aquasco, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I20356  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father George IV Mason,   b. 11 Dec 1725, Doeg's Neck Plantation, Prince William County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Oct 1792, Gunston Hall Plantation, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Anne Eilbeck,   b. 4 Apr 1734, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Mar 1773, Gunston Hall Plantation, Fairfax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 3 Apr 1750  Mattawoman Plantation, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F9571  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Rinaldo Johnson,   b. 1755, 'Pleasant Grove', Baltimore County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Nov 1811, Aquasco, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years) 
    Married 1 Jul 1790  Gunston Hall Plantation, Fairfax County, Virginia. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

      PGLR JJ2:155

      At the Request of Rinaldo Johnson the following Marriage Contract
      Was Recorded the 1st day of Jul 1790
      This Indenture tripartite made the fourth Day of February in the year of our Lord Seventeen hundred and eighty Nine Between Rinaldo Johnson of Prince Georges County in the State of Maryland Esquire of the first Part Ann Eilbeck Mason of Fairfax County in the Commonwealth of Virginia of the Second Part and George Mason and George Mason Junior of the Same County & Commonwealth Esquires of the third Part Whereas the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason is possessed of and entitled unto the Severall Negro Slaves following that is to Say Seventeen in all to the Wit Sizzy and Nan Mullattoe Bess and her eight children Vizt Frank Sizzy Dick Chloe Nancy Margaret Priss & Delia Penny Arecajah & her four Children Vizt Nace Kate William & Sarah and Whereas A Marriage is intended Shortly to be had and solemnized between the Said Rinaldo Johnson and the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason upon the Contract of Which Marriage the Said Rinaldo Johnson hath agreed upon the Same taking effect That then not withstanding the said Marriage he the Said Rinaldo Johnson His Executors Administrators or Assigns Shall not nor will intermeddle with or have any right title or interest either in Law Equity in or to either of the Said Negroes or in or to any of the increase or issue that Shall hereafter be born of the Said Negroes Either of them but the Same Shall remain Continue and be to the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason or to Such uses as the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason Shall think fit to Appoint or devise Now this Indenture Witnesseth that for the making the Said Agreement effectual in Law and for Preserving the Said Negroes and their increase to and for the Separate use of the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason and so that the same shall not be in the Power or disposal of the said Rinaldo Johnson he the Said Rinaldo Johnson doth for himself his Executors and Administrators covenant Promise and agree to and With the said George Mason and George Mason Junior and the Survivor of them and the Executors and Administrators of the Survivor of them by these Presents that notwithstanding the said intended Marriage Shall take effect that the Negroes and their increase aforesaid Shall be accounted reckoned and taken as a Separate and Distinct Estate of and from the Estate of him the Said Rinaldo Johnson and be no wise liable or Subject to the payment of any of his Debts but that the Same Shall remain Continue and be to the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason or to Such uses as the said Ann Eilbeck Mason Shall Think fit to Appoint or devise And that all the Said Separate and distinct Estate before declared and Allotted for the said Ann Eilbeck Mason as aforesaid Shall be had taken held possessed and enjoyed by such Person or Persons and for Such use and uses as the said Ann Eilbeck Mason Shall at any time or times hereafter limit devise order or dispose of the Same in any part thereof either by her last Will & Testament in Writing or by any other writing Whatsoever under her hand & Seal in the Presence of two or more credible Witnesses And the Said Rinaldo Johnson for himself his Heirs Executors and Administrators doth Covenant Promise and agree to and With the Said George Mason & George Mason Junior and the Survivor of them and the Executors and Administrators of Such Survivors by these Presents That if the said intended Marriage Shall take effect that then he the Said Rinaldo Johnson Shall and Will Permit and Suffer the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason to give grant and dispose of her Said Separate Estate as she shall think fit in her lifetime and to make Such Will or other writing as aforesaid and thereby to give order or dispose Limited and Appoint her Said separate Estate to any person or Persons for any trust use intent or Purpose Whatsoever and he the said Rinaldo Johnson doth agree that he Shall and Will Permit and suffer such Will hereafter to be made by the Said Ann Eilbeck Mason to be duly proved by the Executors in Such Will named or to be Named and the probate of Such Will to be had and taken as is usual and that the Said Person or Persons to whom the said Ann Eilbeck Mason Shall give or dispose of any part of her Said Separate Estate by Will or any other Writing that Shall be Signed and Sealed & executed by her in Presence of two or more Credible Witnesses as aforesaid Shall and may law fully peaceably and quietly have hold Occupy Possess and enjoy the Same According to the true intent and meaning of Such Gifts Appointments or Devise without any Sct Denial Hinderance or Interruption of or by the Said Rinaldo Johnson his Executors admininistrators or Assigns or any of them And also that it Shall and may be lawfull to and for the Said George Mason and George Mason Junior and the Survivor of them and the Executor and Administrator of the Survivor of Them at any time from and after the Said intended Marriage Shall take effect to Commence any Actions Suit at Law or Equity in the Name or Names of the Said Rinaldo Johnson and Ann Eilbeck Mason his intended Wife against any Person or Persons for the Resurvey of any of the Said Negroes and their increase and that the said Rinaldo Johnson Shall not nor Will release or discharge any such action or Such But that he will avow & justify any Lawfull Action or Suit that Shall be commenced as aforesaid And further that he the said Rinaldo Johnson Shall and Will from time to times and at all time from and after the said intended marriage Shall take effeft upon the Reasonable request of the said George Mason and George Mason Junr or the survivor of them or the executors or administrators of Such Survivor of them make do and Execute all and every Such further act and Acts thing and things for the better settling and securing the Negroes and their increase aforesaid of the said Ann Eilbeck Mason Allotted and Declared for her Separate use Benefit and Disposal as aforesaid as by the said George Mason and George Mason Junior or the Survivor of them or the Executors or Administrators of Such Survivor of them Shall be reasonalby Devised advised or Required In Witness Whereof the said Parties by these Presents have hereunto Set their Hans and Seals the day & year above Written
      Signed Sealed & Delivered
      in Presence of Rindo Johnson seal
      Daniel McCarly Junr Ann E Mason seal
      Wm Marson Lee Massey G Mason seal
      Martin Cockburn G Mason Jr seal
      Thomson Mason

      At a Court Cont & held for the County of Fairfax 21st April 1789
      This Deed was proved by the Oath of Martin Cockburn Thomson Mason and Daniel McCarty Junr to be the Act & Deed of Rinaldo Johnson Ann Eilbeck Mason George Mason and George Mason Jun and ordered to be Recorded
      Test I Wagener C.Ce
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F13393  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      EILBECK, WILLIAM, Portobacco Parish, Charles Co. 2 Jul, 1763; 17 Oct 1765
      Wife Sarah, choice of 20 Negroes, husbandry gears at my Pomonkey Quarter; use of all lands in Charles Co.
      Mentions grandchildren.
      To dau, Anne Mason, Profits of two tracts In Prince George's County, called "Chiney" and "Chiney's Addition," 410 a,
      To grandson George Mason, Negro boy Dick.
      To grand dau. Anne Eilbeck Mason, Negro girl Penny.
      To grandson William Mason, Negro boy Cato.
      To grandson Thomson Mason, Negro boy Cupld.
      To grand dau. Sarah Mason, Negro girl PrIsso
      To grand dau. Mary Mason, Negro girl Nan.
      To grandson William Mason in case he and his elder brother George Mason both shall live to full age of 21, all my lands, to take after my wife's decease.
      To son in law George Mason, 50 lbs. whom I constitute and make my ex .
      Mentions anything due from Joseph Aderton, deceased of John Aderton his ex. 33, 364
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      Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller

      Sarah Edgar Eilbeck died bef 18 Dec 1780 in Charles County, MD.

      Charles County, Wills AF 7.582
      Sarah Eilbeck's Will
      I, Sarah Eilbeck of CC, widow, am of sound mind, memory,
      and understanding.
      To my grandson William Mason when he arrives at age 21 or
      marries, all my lands in CC. If he dies underage and
      unmarried, then I give my lands to my grandson,
      Thompson Mason when he arrives at age 21 or marries. If
      William and Thompson both die underage and unmarried, I
      give my lands to my grandson, John Mason, when he
      arrives at age 21 or marries. If my 3 grandchildren all
      die underage and unmarried, I give my lands to my
      grandson, Thomas Mason.
      To my grandson William Mason the following 14 Negro slaves
      and their increase, viz, Ben, Penrith, Frank, Will,
      Peer, Clem, Jack, Bess, Doll, Milly, Nell, Kate,
      Henry, Beck [the last 4 mentiond being the daus
      of Bess]. Also my horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs,
      and all the plantation utensils & tools of husbandry at
      my dwelling plantation and Pomonkey Quarter. Also, 5 of
      my best beds with the furniture belonging to them and
      the rest of my household and kitchen furniture not
      herein otherwise specifically disposed of, except the
      remainder of my beds & the furniture belonging to them.
      To my grndson George Mason my diamond ring.
      To my grndson Thomas Mason 25£sterling money and a gold watch.
      To my grandson John Mason the Negro boy named Tom, the son of Bess.
      To my grandson Thomas Mason the Negro boy named James, the son of Moll.
      To my granddaughter, Anne Eilbeck Mason a Negro woman named
      Arecasa, and her son Nace. Also my tea chest with silver cannisters.
      To my granddaughter, Sarah Mason a Negro woman named Jenny,
      and her 3 children, Sue, Robin, & Jesse. Also my
      gold watch and my emerald ring set round with Sparks.
      To my granddaughter Mary Mason a Negro woman named Moll &
      her son Billy. Also my stone ring set round with Sparks.
      To my granddaughter, Elizabeth Mason a Negro woman named China
      & her daughter Patt. Also a Negro girl named Hannah, [the dau of Moll].
      Also 2 plain rings.
      To each of my sd granddaughters, Ann, Sarah, Mary, &
      Elizabeth 100£sterling [over and above the money by
      me heretofore lodged in their father's hands] out of
      the debts due me or the money I mah have at my death,
      to be paid to them when they reach age 21. If any of my
      granddaughters dies underage and unmarried, then the
      money hereby bequeathed to her shall be equally divided
      between such of my sd granddaugters as shall live to
      the age of 21 years, or marry.
      To my son-in-law Colo George Mason the rest of my estate.
      Executor: my son-in-law, Colo George Mason. I order that no
      security shall be required of my executor, other than his
      own bond for the administration, and that no appraisement
      shall be made of my estate, but only an inventory taken.
      Signed Feb 7, 1775 Sarah Eilbeck.
      Wit: Thos Thornton, Anne her mark M.Catee, Danl Jenifer
      Probated on Dec 18, 1780 by the oath of Colo George Mason,
      Esq., and witness Anne McCatee. George Mason, Jr, the Heir
      at Law, is beyond sea and therefore not present.
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      STAFFORD COUNTY VA WILL BOOK O; 1748-1767; THE ANTIENT PRESS
      PP-433-439 In the Name of God Amen I ANN MASON of County of Stafford in Colony of Virginia being at present in perfect health and of sound mind .. have thought fit before age or Infirmities impair them to make my last will and Testament .. soul to God .. body to be decently interred .. What worldly Estate (after my Debts, Lawfully contracted are honestly paid) Imprimis
      I give to my son GEORGE MASON & heirs my land lying on Goose Bay in Charles County in Maryland in lieu of all Debts I may owe him at my Death as also, I give to said George Mason & heirs, the following Slaves (9 listed) & my largest Silver Salver:
      Item I give to my son THOMSON MASON & heirs the following silver plate Vizt. my ring & castors, 2 salts, my Soup Spoon, and all the rest of my Silver spoons large, or small: As also one new Bed bolster & Pillows, a pair of sheets, a pair of Blankets and a Quilt his choise of one of my old beds with the same furniture as to the new one. And whereas I bought of my son Thomson some Negroes, for which I was to give him 200 pounds current money, my will is that whatever part of the said Sum appears to be due upon a fair settlement be paid out of the first part of my Estate.
      Item I give to JOHN BRONAUGH the son of my Sister Bronaugh of Fairfax County, and his heirs 500 acres of Land lying in Loudoun County, which I bought of THOMAS JOHNS.
      Item the rest of my Estate Real & Personal of what kind soever, not before bequeathed I give to my Exrs. herein after named, in trust, only to them .. for the uses aftermentioned, & to be disposed off as follows. That my Executors after my Debts are paid purchase as soon as may be, a likly young Negroe wench not Exceeding 20 years of age, with one Male child which I give to my Grandson SAMUEL SELDEN & heirs & her future increase in lieu of Negroes betty & her son Jamy, before bequeathed to my son Geo: Mason. As also a young roan Mare which I desire may be kept for his use.
      Item I give to my Grand Daughter MARY SELDEN a Negro girl named Jemima (the Daughter of Pegg) and that after my Debts are paid my said Executors out of my Estate before given in Trust purchase, one Negroe girl of about four years of age, both which, with their future increase I give to my Grand Daughter and heirs. As also, a large bay Mare and her Increase which I desire may be kept for her use, two cotton counter pains, two Toilettes an old Damask table cloath & a Dozen of Damask Napkins & a small Silver cane: and that my Executors out of my said Estate purchase, for her one new Damask Table cloath & a Dozen of Damask Napkins.
      Item all thereof of my Silver plate not bequeathed, I give to be equally divided between my said Grandson and Grand Daughter, only my will is that my two small Silver Dishes be kept in the same form they are without change or alteration. One, to each of them.
      Item my will that if either of my Grand children before named (men'd. on margin) should die, the Surviver of them shall Inherit the whole .. and if both of them shall die before age of 2I years and without Lawful Issue, that then I leave the whole to them bequeathed to be disposed of as follows (Viz:) the young Negroe wench to he purchased for my Grandson Sam'l. Selden as above I give unto my Grandson GEORE MASON JUNR. and heirs. And the child to be purchased with her I give to my Grandson WILL MASON & heirs. The Negroe girl named Jernima, bequeathed as above to my Grand Daughter MARY SELDEN, I give to my Grand Daughter ANN EILBECK MASON & heirs, and the Negroe girl of about four years to be purchased for my Grand Daughter Mary Selden, I give to my Grand son THOMSON MASON JUNR. & heirs. And my will is, that the first child, which the said Negro wench to be purchased for my Grand son Samuel as above shall be given to the child with which my Daughter in Law, ANN the Wife of George Mason is now privily ensient, & the second child which the said Negroe wench shall bring be given to the child with which my Daughter in Law MARY the wife of THOMSON MASON is now privily ensient .. and that the rest of the Estate to them before bequeathed be equally divided between my said Sons GEORGE MASON and Thomson Mason & heirs.
      Item I leave the Lands which I bought of JOHN PEAK & HENRY FILKINS to be sold by my Executors and Legally conveyed to the purchaser, as also all the rest of my personal Estate not before disposed of for the payment of my Debts & Legacies, and the overplus if any to be Equally divided between my Grand children SAMUEL SELDEL & MARY SELDEN aforsd. Provided nevertheless that if the money arising from the sale of my Estate real and personal aforsd & my Debts, crops & shall be sufficient to pay my Debts & Legacies aforsd so as to save my Stock of Horses, Cattle, sheep & hoggs that then my said Stock shall be equally divided between my said Grand children Samuel and Mary Selden & settled by my Executors upon the lands where the Negroes belonging to Samuel and Mary Selden are respectively worked; & kept, for their use & benefit. Lastly I hereby appoint my Sons George Mason and Thompson Mason and my friend JOHN MONCURE Clk Executors of this my last will & Testament revoking all former wills ., 25th August 1760. Ann Mason
      Hannah Hedgman,
      Helen Scott, John Wishart
      Memo. It is my will and desire that my Cousin FRANCES MONCURE the Wife of JOHN MONCURE Clk take care of my Daughter Mary Thomson Selden deced's Picture now in my Hall, and give it to my Grandson Samuel Selden when he come of age, but if he should die before he comes of age, that then it be given to my Grand Daughter Mary Selden ,. 26th day of August 1760 and further that if both my Grandchildren should die then to be given to my Eldest Son. Ann Mason
      Hannah Hedgman,
      Helen Scott, John Wishart
      I Ann Mason of Stafford County this 5th day of November 1762 Do make & publish this Codicil to my last will & Testament hereunto annex'd as follows. Whereas in my said Will .. I have devised to my Son George Mason Lands at Goose Bay, in Maryland in lieu of all Debts I might owe him at the time of my Death. It is my intention, and I hereby devise to my said Son George my said land at Goose Bay to him & heirs, whether I am indebted to him, my said son, or not, And whereas by my said will I have bequeathed to my on George Mason one negroe wench named Letty & her son named Jammy I now at the request of my said son give the said Negro Letty & Jammy her son, to my Executors in Trust, for my Grandson Sam'l Selden & heirs and if Samuel Selden should die without issue Grand Daughter Mary Selden & her heirs & in case my Grand Daughter should also die without issue before she arrive to age of 21 the said Negroe Letty in trust for my son George Mason & the Negro Jammy in trust my for Grandson Thomson Mason, son to my said son George Mason & heirs. And whereas also in my will I have ordered my Executors after my Debts are paid to purchase out of the remainder of my Estate a likly young Negroe wench & child to be given to my Grandson Sam'l Selden, his heirs in lieu of the Negroe Letty and her son Jammy before bequeathed to my son George Mason, my will is now, that no such wench & child be purchased as aforsd, and I hereby give to my Grandson Sams. Selden-, a Negroe fellow named Monsser and a Negro wench named Corragio. Provided nevertheless that the said Slaves of said wench Corragio be subject to the same Limitations, and go and descend in the same manner as the issue of that wench ordered by my will to be bought would have done, in case of the Death of my Grand children Samuel and Mary Selden as by the said Will may appear. My common wearing epparrell I leave to ELIZABETH the Wife of THOMAS HEATH. I also give to my Grand Daughter Mary Selden a Callico Quilt & a Callico Counterpane in my Gilt trunk which I am desirous she should have. It is also my earnest request & desire that the Mulatto wench named NAN OLDCATE who has been an useful slave in the ffamily may not be sold, or exposed to Hardship as she is past her Labour, and that if possible she may be allowed to live with my son George Mason who I hope will use her with Humanity. I desire that this Codicil may be annex'd to my said Will & be of Equal vilidity with the same. Ann Mason
      Sarah Mastion, Walter Brook,
      Elizabeth Rawling, Eliz her mark Heath
      At Court held for Stafford County December the 14th 1762 Last will & Testament (with the Codicil thereto annex'd) of Ann Mason produced by John Moncure Clk .. made oath .. proved .. Certificate granted him for obtaining a Probate thereof Since which George Mason and Thomson Mason Esqrs. the other Executors in said Will named .. proved same.. ordered to be certified ..
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1789-1790; Liber II {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 117. At the request of John Read Magruder the following Deed was recorded May 4, 1789
      Indenture made March 23, 1789; Rinaldo Johnson, Gentleman in consideration of 2000 pounds current money paid by John Read Magruder has sold two adjoining tracts containing 360 3/8 acres called "Belts Pasture" and "Horse Race" lying near Upper Marlborough and bounded by Cabbin Branch, Col. John Biggers land called "Brooke Grove" granted to Baker Brooke and the Western Branch, with the exception of 7 acres sold by William Sprigg Bowie to John Smith Brookes is adjoining to the mills, the property of Frank Leeke commonly called Carrolls Mills. Signed Rinaldo Johnson in the presence of and acknowledged before Fielder Bowie, Robert Bowie and at the same time Ann Eilbeck w/o Rinaldo Johnson relinquished her right of dower
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 129. At the request of Rinaldo Johnson the following Deed of Gift was recorded June 23, 1790
      I George Mason, Esq., of Fairfax County, Virginia in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and do bear unto my daughter Ann Eibeck Mason and for other good causes and considerations me hereunto moving have given the following 17 slaves; Mulatto Lizzy,Mullatto Nan, Bess and her eight children, Frank, Lizzy, Dick, Chloe, Nancy, Margaret, Priss and Delia Penny formerly given to my daughter by her grandfather Mr. William Eilbeck, deceased, Areajah and her son Nace, both bequeath to my daughter by her grandmother Mrs. Sarah Eilbeck, deceased, and the three other children of Arecajah born since her death, Kate, William and Sarah. In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this February 3, 1789, G. Mason in the presence of Lee Massey, Daniel McCarty, Jr., Wm Mason, G. Mason, Jr., Martin Cockburn, Thomson Mason
      At a court held for the County of Fairfax, April 21, 1789, the deed was proved by the oaths of Martin Cockburn, Thomson Mason and Daniel McCarty, Jr., to be the act and deed of George Mason, Esq. and ordered to be recorded. Test, P. Wagener
      I do hereby certify that the 17 slaves named in a deed of gift from me to my daughter Ann Eilbeck Mason, now the wife of Rinaldo Johnson, Esq. bearing date February 3, 1789 were born in the said county and Commonwealth of Virginia. Given under my hand in the said county of Fairfax and Commonwealth of Virginia this February 26, 1790, G. Mason
      Calvert County, Maryland Sct, April 10, 1790; Mrs. Ann Eilbeck Johnson formerly Miss Ann Eilbeck Mason and made oath that the Negroes mentioned in the annexed deed of gift from George Mason, Esq. to her and the annexed certificate of Col. George Mason were inhabitants of the State of Virgina for the space of three whole years antecedent to the importation of the said Negroes into the State of Maryland. Sworn before Thomas Harwood, 3rd, Port of Nottingham, State of Maryland
      I George Briscoe, collector of the United States do certify that Rinaldo Johnson, Esq., in behalf of his wife Mrs. Ann Eilbeck Johnson did enter with me the said 17 negroes and that satisfactory proof hath been produced to me, to wit, a certificate from under the hands of the Hon. George Mason, Esq., of Gunston Hall, Virginia and also the deposition of Mrs. Ann Eilbeck Johnson formerly Miss Ann Eilbeck Mason
      and acknowledged before that the negroes had been inhabitants of the State of Virginia. Witness my hand and seal this April 10, 1790, Geo. Briscoe, Coll.
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      Prince George's County, Maryland Land Records 1790-1791; Liber JJ2 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 155. At the request of Rinaldo Johnson the following Marriage Contract was recorded July 1, 1790
      Indenture tripartite made February 4, 1789; Between Rinaldo Johnson, Esq. of PGCo of the first part, Ann Eilbeck Mason of Fairfax County, Virginia of the second part and George Mason and George Mason, Jr., of Fairfax County, Virginia of the third part. Whereas Ann Eilbeck Mason is possessed to 17 Negroes, to wit; Lizzy and Nan, Mullatto Bess and her eight children, Frank, Lizzy, Dick, Chloe, Nancy, Margaret, Priss and Delia Penny, Arecajah and her four children, Nace, Kate, William and Sarah; and whereas marriage is intended shortly to be solemnized between Rinaldo Johnson and Ann Eilbeck Mason, and Rinaldo Johson has agreed that he will not have any right to the aforesaid negroes or to their increase that shall remain Ann Eilbeck Mason's use. Now this indenture witnesseth that for preserving the negroes and their increase for the separate use of Ann Eilbeck Mason and Rinaldo Johnson doth agree with George Mason and George Mason, Jr., that the negroes and their increase shall be accounted as a separate estate from him and not subject to the payment of any of his debts. Signed Rinaldo Johnson, Ann E. Mason, G. Mason, G. Mason, Jr., in the presence of Daniel McCarty, Jr., Wm Mason, Lee Massey, Martin Cockburn, Thomson Mason
      At a court held for the County of Fairfax, April 21, 1789, the deed was proved by the oaths of Martin Cockburn, Thomson Mason and Daniel McCarty, Jr., to be the act and deed of Rinaldo Johnson, Ann Eilbeck Mason, George Mason, George Mason, Jr., and ordered to be recorded. Test, P. Wagener

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