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

Luke Dr. Gardiner

Male 1622 - 1674  (52 years)


Personal Information    |    Notes    |    Sources    |    All    |    PDF

  • Name Luke Dr. Gardiner  [1
    Born 1622  Woodperry, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 12 Aug 1674  Canoe Neck, Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I2053  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 May 2022 

    Father Richard Gardiner,   b. Abt 1591, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1651, St Clement's Manor, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Elizabeth MNU Gardiner,   b. 1595, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1649, St Clement's Manor, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 54 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Bef 1616  England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1444  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Elizabeth Hatton,   b. 15 Feb 1635, Lymm Parish, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 17 Nov 1702, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 67 years) 
    Married 1649  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Richard Gardiner,   b. Abt 1650, Canoe Neck, Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Dec 1687, "Canoe Neck", Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 37 years)  [natural]
     2. John Gardiner,   b. 1653, Canoe Neck, Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1683, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 30 years)  [natural]
     3. Luke Gardiner,   b. 1655, Canoe Neck, Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 May 1705, Chaptico, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years)  [natural]
     4. Thomas Gardiner,   b. Abt 1660, Canoe Neck, Oakley, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1696, St. Omers, Spanish Flanders, Belgium (now France) Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 37 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 20 May 2022 
    Family ID F1441  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Anne Langworth,   b. Abt 1626, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1648, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 22 years) 
    Married Abt 1642  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 20 May 2022 
    Family ID F1443  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === THOMAS GARNER

      Need a documented male member of the Gardiner family of Charles and St. Mary's County Maryland to agree to a Y series DNA test from ancestry.com. Which I am willing to pay for.

      Subject, prior to taking this DNA tests must provide documented history as to the relationship to this family.

      Male progenitor of this Gardiner family was Richard Gardiner and his son Luke Gardiner.

      This is to provide definite proof that myself and several other individuals who DNA has been tested are truly related to this family. Based upon cold searches of Southern Maryland I note what appears to be numerous male individuals related to that family.

      Any assistance would be appreciated, DNA shows on the X chromosome a relationship to the Gardiner and Boarman family in Southern Maryland.
      ===
      "Colonial Piscataway",
      published @ 1962
      The Alice Ferguson Foundation MD-Accokeek
      copy in PGCGS library #134 MD-Bowie-Belair

      in the spring of 1654 a complaint was lodged against Luke Gardner, "who ... did in a refractory and nsolent manner detain Eleanor Hatton," niece of Secretary Hatton (a Protestant), "endeavoring to train her in the Catholic religion contrary to the will of her mother and uncle." Lt. Richard Bankes, who had married Eleanor's widowed mother, was authorized to go and take the girl from Gardner. (Gardner, then or later, was the husband of Eleanor's sister Elizabeth.)
      ====
      Gardner, Luke,St. Mary's Co. 4th Dec., 1673; 12th Aug., 1674.
      To wife Eliza: execx., home plantation.
      To eld. son Richard and hrs., "Barberton Manor," Chas. Co.
      To next son John and hrs., part of "St. John's."
      To son Luke and hrs., 300 A. of "St. John's," "Hillilee," "Gardner's Land," St. Mary's County, and "Grimditch," Chas. Co.
      To young. son Thomas and hrs., 800 A. on Piscataway Ck., adjoining brother-in-law Zacharay Wade's. Child. to be of age at 18 yrs. In event of death of any child or child. without hrs., survivors to inherit deceased's portion. Should all die without hrs., wife Eliza: to inherit all real estate; residue of personalty to be for the Roman Catholic Church and the poor. In event of death of wife and child. without hrs., land afsd. to pass to child. of brother-in-law Major Thomas Brooke, and ½ of personalty to goddau. Mary Brooke.
      Test: Robt. Carvile, Clement Smith, Eliza: Rider, Richard Lanckford. 1. 631.
      ===
      Capt. Luke Gardner 1.148 I SM #28645
      Appraisers: Thomas Brooke, Zachary Wade, Chanreell Henson.
      ====
      Capt. Luke Gardner1.148 I SM #28645 (among entries for Nov-Dec 1674)
      Appraisers: Thomas Brooke, Zachary Wade, Chanreell Henson.
      ===
      Capt. Luke Gardner 1.148 I SM #28645 (among entries for 1674)
      Appraisers: Thomas Brooke, Zachary Wade, Chanreell Henson.
      ===
      Capt. Luke Gardner 1.111 I SM #123233 (among entries for 1674)
      Servants mentioned (at estate): John Singwell, Richard Lanck, William Hunter (aged 5 years), Elisabeth Cooke.
      Servants mentioned (at St Clement's Island), Owen Noone, James French, William Walker (boy), Paul Pea (boy).
      Servants mentioned (at St John's Quarter): James Moody.
      Appraisers: Thomas Brooke, Zacharias Wade, William Hatton, Randolph Henson,
      List of debts: Mr. Daniell Clarke, Mr. Robertt Toat, William Simpson, Mr. John Shanks, John Standley, Mr. George Tule, Francis Johnson, John Elms.
      List of bad debts: Thomas Cakly, Dennis Madear, Mathew Smith and Thomas Pritchett, Bartholomew Slaghter, Thomas Waters, George Bancks, Robertt Sampson.
      List of debts due by account: John Standley, Mr. John Shancks, Richard Hort, William Simpson, Thomas Davis, Joseph Furnell, John Robisson, Thomas Oably, Secretary Calvert, William Cole, Joseph Fowler, Edward Williams, Edward Connery, Justinian Tennisson, estate of William Cole and Edward Cole, William Fletcher, Robertt Solomon.
      Administratrix: ---- (relict, name not given).
      ===
      William & Edward Cole 1.61 A Mar 24 1674
      AdminiStrator/Executor: Luke Gardner,
      ===
      Gardiner Family

      Register of Maryland's Heraldic Families

      Lineage: A Justice of Peace for St. Mary's County, Memb. Of Gen. Assembly was RICHARD GARDINER, who d-1649. His son, Dr. Luke, b-in Eng., demanded lands for the family claiming ST. Richard's Manor. This he received but during Claybourne's Rebellion with Ingell, LEONARD CALVERT as well as DR. LUKE GARDINER took refuge in Va. When the peace was restored LUKE GARDINER claimed lands for his return to Md. From Va. CECILIUS CALVERT granted this. He named this smaller Plantation "Sacaweykitt"; this was in 1650. He lived at Newton, a strong Catholic settlement. LUKE became capt. And Lieut. Of Foot Artil. Of Wiccomake and Bretton's Bay; he m-ELIZ. HATTON, dau--of RICHARD HATTON, of the same family as the Secretary, THOMAS HATTON of the province, her uncle, who came wth him to Md., 1649, she was a protestant and LUKE GARDINER tried to force her to Catholicism, which she refused, so he returned her to her uncle THOMAS HATTON, this was a court trial, she was delighted to be released from him and when he died she married CLEMENT HILL (Sr.) She had issue by LUKE GARDINER, whose son RICHARD, became justice, 1677-1686: he married ELIZABETH WEIRE, daughter of MAJ. JOHN WEIRE of the Rappahanoch River, Virginia., and his wife, HONORIA JONES, then RICHARD died 1687. HONORIA JONES WEIRE secondly married GEORGE JONES.
      ====
      Dr.Luke Gardiner born abt 1622 who married 1st to a daughter of James Langworth. The 1st wife died without heirs. he then married Elizabeth Hatton daughter of Richard Hatton (brother of Secretary Thomas Hatton),
      ===
      Editors: Luke Gardner, a freeholder of St. Clement's Manor, was the son of Richard and Elizabeth Gardner (or Garnett) who immigrated to Maryland in 1637 with sons, Luke, Richard (then 21 years of age), John (then age 4), and daughters Elizabeth (then 19) and Julian (then 6). (Patents 1:17, 25, 38-9, 61-62, 1:167-8, AB&H:60-66) Richard Gardner, Sr. was deceased by 1651 when his son and heir, Luke Gardiner was "of St. Richards Manor" (Patents AB&H:206). According to Patents 167-8, the family immigrated a second time, in 1647 from Virginia, and by 1650 Julian had married Richard Lustwick (or Lustick?) who was deceased (but whom she had survived) and Elizabeth, wife of Richard, Sr. was also deceased. Richard Lustwick was probably the same as Richard Lusthead (Patents 1:20, 37) and Richard Lushead (Patents ABH:65) who immigrated in 1633 (Gibb and Skorda) See also Richard Lusthead of the Ark and Dove

      Luke Gardner married Elizabeth Hatton, daughter of Richard and Margaret Hatton, and niece of Thomas Hatton, former Secretary of the Province. Elizabeth (Hatton) Gardner's sister, Elinor, married (1) Thomas Brooke and (2) Henry Darnell; and her sister Mary, Zachary Wade.
      ===
      1653-1657 Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds-Wills; [Beverley Fleet];
      p.39. "Bills Left with Mr Dodman due to Mr Hayward"
      Luke Gardner and Wm Johnson 2 bills 2000 lb tobo
      Luke Gardners bill for 0400
      Wm Johnsons bill for 1293
      Tho Bakers bill for 1002
      Wm Empsons bill for 0848
      John Martins bill for 0352
      Robert Robbins bill for 0282
      Edward Bowles Bill for 0079
      Christopher Russells bill for 0354
      Rm Smootee bill for 0600
      Richard Trues bill for 1048
      Henry Bishopps bill for 0325
      John Lawsons 2 bills for 1184
      Cloues and Mace and Henry Spinke 0400
      John Newman bill for 0238
      Wm Evens bill for 0325
      John Munsfeilds bill for 0301
      Bartholomew Phillippe bill for 0423
      Tho Jackson bill for 0347
      John Shertcliffs bill for 0359
      Richard Fosters bill for 0273
      John Dandies [Danby] bill for 0412
      Mr Wm Brittaines [Bretton] bill for 0429
      Mr Tho Gerrards bill for 6254
      Wm Hungerfords bill for 0259
      Luke Gardner and Wm Johnsons bill )
      for 20 lb of Beaver )
      An Order of Court agt Tho Bennett for 0496
      Mr Tho Wilsfords 2 bills for 0714
      John Vaughans bill for 0133
      Henry Brooks 2 bills for 4405
      John Delahays bill for 0290
      Nathaniel Jones bill for 0788
      Hercules Bridges bill for 1600
      Tho Blagge bill for 0480
      Edward Hulls bill for 0218
      Rice Maddooks bill and letter for 0820
      John Knotts bill for 0710
      Paul Simpson bill fo r 0150
      Tho Frissells 'bill for 1103
      Alexander Baynhams 2 bills for 0819
      Robs Wyards bill for 0084
      Wm Freaks bill for 0438
      David Phillips bill for 0080
      Wm Risbyes bill for 0374 lb tobo.
      Phillip Silvesters 0130
      Stephen Normans 0857
      Herbert Smiths 0980
      John Williams 0190
      Mr John Rosiers 0523
      Mr John Hallowes 2673
      Mr Tho Speks 0552
      Capt Brents 0213
      and a Bill for 9 lb 3/4 of Beaver )
      Mr Walter Brodhursts bill for 1403
      Ralph Horsley' bill for 1221
      Mr Tho Speke his receit 3696
      Wm Trapps bill for 0084
      Tho Boys his bill for 0900
      John Hillers bill for 1800
      Tho Boys and Jo Hillers bill for 51 lb Beaver
      Capt Brent by Acct 0478
      Alex Frissell by Acco't 310 )
      for Andrew Munroe 040 ) 0370
      for Tho Monnocke 020 )
      Tho Munns an Order of Court 0305
      John Walton under Exeou'oon 1000
      Richard Turney under Exeou'oon 2083
      Mr Hallowes by Acc't 12 lb 3/4 of Beaver
      Walter Brodhuret by acc't 3 lb 1/2 of Beaver
      Mr Hillers bill for 24 lb of Beaver
      Peter Mills acco't for 0746
      Edw Thompson an Order of Court 0300
      Rich Floyd an Order of Court 0350
      Peter Feoppand for 0521 and 12 lb of Beaver )
      John Jenkins Bill and acco't 0590
      Recd of Richard Foote the Bills and Accompts of the debts above men'coned amounting to Fifty six thousand six hundred fifty and six pounds of Tob'co and One hundred thirty and three pounds of Beaver which I doe promise to give an Acco't of unto Mr Nicholas Hayward or his Assigns
      Wltnes my hand the 7th July 1655
      John Dodman
      Witnes John Hiller Rich Browne
      I doe acknowledge to have rec'd a Bill wherein John Williams is bound to pay Mr Hayward fower hundred pounds of Tobco and Caske the 20th of Octo next
      Witnes my hand the 20th July 1655 John Dodman
      30 July 1655 These receipts were Recorded "
      ===
      Proceedings of the Court of Chancery, 1669
      Volume 51, Page 335
      http://aomol.net/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000051/html/am5 1--335.html

      Blomfield John con Gardner Luke & Scire facias
      ret made known
      Jo: Jarbo Sher
      Caecilius &c To the Sheriff of S.t maries County Greeting Whereas
      by the Comp.It of John Blomfield & Elizabeth his wife lately Called
      Elizabeth Barbier adm.rx of the Goods & Chattells of Luke Barbier
      of Newtown in our Said County of S.t maries dec.d that the sd Luke
      Barbier in his life time had by the assignment of Wm Rosewefl
      1000 acres of Land parcell of a Certain warrant of 1500 acres of
      Land Granted to the Said William Rosewell by our Dear Son
      Charles Calvert Esp our Lieuten.t Gen.ll of this Province to be taken
      up in this Province in any place whatsoever where there was not any former Survey nor Reserved to our use By virtue of wth warrant
      and assignm.t the Said Luke Barbier in his Life time by the Survey
      of John Lewger Deputy Surveyo.r for those p.ts Lawfully Con
      stituted & appointed had Surveyed for him the Said Luke 400
      acres of Land w.thin our Co.tY of S.t maries County in a place there
      Lying on the East Side of the main branch of Choptico bay about
      four or five miles from the wading place Called East ham & of ye
      Same Survey made a Certificate bearing date y.e 12th day of novembr 1665 as by the Certif.e thereof under the hand of the Said John Lewger Entred upon Record in the Secretarys office at S.t maries & there Remaining may appear Since w.ch Luke Gardner of in our Said County of S.t maries haveing Got a warrant from our Said Lieutent Gen.ll for the Seating and takeing up of Certain Lands in our s.d Province did by Colour of the S.d Warr.t & by the Survey of the Said Lewgers return into our Said office at (fol. 532) S.t maries a Certificate thereof in the year of our Lord 1667 & hath by Collusion obtained a Patent under our Great Seal to himself to the Great Damage and Injury of the Said John and Elizabeth Now forasmuch as we were deceived in our Said Grant and the S.d Luke Gardner having Surreptitiously & by Collusion Gotten the Said Grant by a Surprizall of o.r S.d Lieu.t Gen.ll And we being willing that Justice Should be done to the Said John and Elizabeth in that behalf according to Right & the Constitution of Or Province We do therefore Command you that by Good and honest men of your Bailywick you make known to the Said Luke Gardner that he be before us in our Provinciall Court the nineteenth day of October next & to bring with him the Said Patent and Grant & to Shew Cause if he Can why the Said Patent Should not be Vacated &
      adnulled that So our Justices may proceed to do therein as to them
      Shall Seem to be Agreeable to Good Right & Justice & have you
      there this writt Wittness Caecilius &c 25.° August 1669
      Carvile
      ========================================
      NEWTOWN HUNDRED
      Name Tract Name Lot # Acres Surv.
      Hopewell 143
      Newgent 24
      Pile's Woodlane 33
      Shanks 30
      St. Dorothy's 55
      St. Thomas's 56
      The Fox 39
      The Hills 9
      Addison, John Long Neck 106 100 1681
      Akeeth, George New Castle 82 100 1670
      Alvey, Joseph Rome 86 100 1670
      Ashbrooke, Thos Yeildingsbury (Bailey's Fortune) 32 100 1653
      Ashman, Richard Ashman's Freehold 67 150 1666
      Bayley, John Fibne 144 100 1667
      Bayley, John Small Hopes 96 100 1675
      Bayley, John The Bottom 141 100 1685
      Beard, Robert Beard's Choice 105 50 1680
      Beard, Robert St. Margaret's Field 79 100 1667
      Beard, Robert St. Margaret's Forest 116 100 1682
      Boteler, Charles Dansbury Hill 76 100 1667
      Bretton, William Brittains Outlet 16 100 1649
      Bretton, William Little Brittain 2 750 1640
      Brough, William Brough 3
      Brough, William Poplar Neck 3 200 1641
      Browne, William Honest Tom's Inheritance 18 150 1649
      Browne, William Brown Woodhouse 44 50 1657
      Bushell, Thomas Blunt Point 5 100 1642
      Cadle, Joseph Cadle 23 200 1650
      Clark, Edward Clark's Rest 94 300 1674
      Clark, Edward Downham 72 100 1667
      Clark, Edward Turvey 91 350 1673
      Clark, Robert St. Lawrence's Freehold 29 100 1652
      Cole, Robert Cole's Addition 132 50 1686
      Cole, William Manly 107 50 1680
      Dansey, John Radnor Resurvey 135 331 1703
      Dant, Thomas Peterborough 103 100 1680
      Davis, John Davis' Rest 61 100 1664
      Delahay, Arthur Hopewell 84 75 1670
      Drury, Richard Dry Docking Addition 134 100 1683
      Drury, Robert Dry Dockings 88 100 1672
      Evans, Thomas Cole Brooke 100 50 1676
      Evans, William Clipping 13
      Evans, William Evan's Freehold 63 550 1665
      Evans, William Evan's Quarter (Hopton Park) 13 100 1648
      Evans, William Evan's Quarter (Hopton Park) 28 100 1653
      Ford, Robert Long in Dispence 85 75 1670
      Ford, Robert May Pole 95 96 1674
      Ford, Robert The Strand 75 100 1667
      Fossey, John Shock's Park 121 100 1683
      Gardiner, Luke St. John's 11 1480 1668
      Gary, Richard Hardshift 130 50 1684
      Guest, Walter Guest's Neck (Hopton Park) 31 150 1652
      Hagon, Thomas Cadock Measure 87 150 1672
      Hall, Walter Revell's Backside 57 100 1663
      Hammond, Daniel Lewger's Plains 118 433 1682
      Hammond, MordecaSt. Bernard's 59 100 1664
      Harris, Samuel Whitaker 43 150 1652
      Heard, John Coventry 104 100 1680
      Heard, John Heard's Choice 108 150 1681
      Heard, John Offley 99 180 1676
      Heard, William William Heard's Purchase 128 115 1697
      Heard, William William Heard's Purchase 128
      Hogan, Thomas New Castle 82
      Hopkins, John Fair Fountain Delight 83 100 1671
      Howard, Thomas Howard's Mount 35 200 1653
      Jarbo, John Clipping 13
      Jarbo, John Evans Quarter 13 100 1648
      Jarboe, John Jarboe 41 150 1658
      Lewger, John Philip's Purchase 44 100 1658
      Mansell, John Gilmot's Hill 25 600 1652
      Marsh, Paul Marshes Hope 64 150 1665
      Martin, James Rollery 60 100 1665
      Maynard, Charles Leith 74 100 1667
      Maynard, Charles Maynard's Comfort 17 100 1668
      Maynard, Charles Edenburg 38 100 1657
      Meakins, William Wolver Hampton 122 150 1681
      Medley, John Robert's Neck 27 100 1651
      Medley, John Pococomoco Point 4 100 1641
      Medley, John Medley 26 1250 1651
      Medley, John Medley 131 1250 1651
      Mills, Peter Anstruther 70 32 1667
      Mills, Peter Hatfield Hill 77 200 1664
      Mills, Peter Minsterdam 73 64 1667
      Mills, Peter Pomfret Field 78 150 1667
      Murty, Stephen Waterford 98 800 1676
      Nevit, John Knevet's Beginning 109 100 1681
      Nevitt, Richard Nevet's St. Ann's 8 100 1653
      Noble, John Nobles Victor 119 40 1682
      Norman. John Yeilding (Bailey's Fortune) 37 300 1658
      Nun, John Nun's Oak 7 1647
      Obert, Bertman Little St. Lawrence 21
      Obert, Bertram Shepherd's Fields 21 1649
      Obryan, Mathias Scotland 42 100 1651
      Obryon, Mathias Bryon 138 100 1651
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter Mill Freehold 146 1100 1651
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter Redbud Thicket 47 100 1657
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter Redbud Thicket 6 100 1657
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter Rocky Point 48 200 1652
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter St. Anne 147 100 1649
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter St. Francis 65 500 1665
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter St. Lawrence 20 300 1649
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter St. Margaret's 66 300 1666
      Pakes (Peakes), Walter St. Peter's Hill 54 500 1662
      Pearch, Simon Hard Adventure 127 276 1695
      Revell, Randall Revell 1 300 1641
      Rosewell, William Clarken 111 200 1680
      Rosewell, William Clarken Addition 112 75 1680
      Salmon, Stephen St. Stephen's Spring 12 50 1648
      Salmon, Stephen Salmon 12
      Salmon, Thomas The Poole 97 120 1675
      Salmon, Thomas Rochester 92 200 1672
      Scot, Cuthbert Hopton Park 101 2100 1680
      Sheppy, Richard Assurace 81 60 1670
      Sheppy, Richard Hopewell 68 100 1666
      Sheppy, Richard Hopewell 69 100 1666
      Sheppy, Richard Sheppy's Rest 113 100 1681
      Shertcliffe, John Ferney H.N 145 300 1658
      Shertcliffe, John Horton's Hays 22 100 1653
      Shertcliffe, John Shertcliff 34 200 1662
      Shertcliffe, John Shertcliff 58 100 1652
      Shertcliffe, William St. William's 129 90 1685
      Simpson, Paul Crackbourne's Purchase 49 200 1652
      Spalding, Thomas St. Giles 102 116 1667
      Spinke, Henry Twittnam 93 300 1673
      Spinke, Henry Linstead 36 100 1653
      Spinke, Henry Linstead's Addition 117 100 1682
      Spinke, Henry St. William's Hermitage 71 200 1667
      Sprigg, Thomas Thomas Sprigg's Land 50 500 1661
      Styles, John Styles Chance 142 200 1685
      Styles, William Racoon Point 14 100 1649
      Tant, John Tant's Mark 136 160 1683
      Tant, John Taunton Deane 137 40 1683
      Taylor, Frances Fortune 133 50 1684
      Taylor, Henry Hampton 89 100 1672
      Taylor, Henry Kingston 80 50 1670
      Tettershall, William St. Lawrence 62 300 1665
      Thompson, Arthur Hamstead 124 200 1682
      Thompson, Arthur Hounstow 90 100 1673
      Thompson, Arthur St. Oswald 123 200 1683
      Thompson, Robert Hard Fortune 100 1695
      Thompson, William Indian Quarter (Hopton Park) 15 250 1648
      Thompson, William Koaxe's 45 200 1658
      Thompson, William Thompson's Purchase 40
      Unknown Bennet's Purchase 26
      Unknown Edloe 10
      Unknown Favor 10
      Unknown Fourth Addition 125
      Unknown Gilmot 51
      Vowels, Richard Thompson's Purchase 40
      Walker, Richard Berry 120 65 1682
      Wheatley, Andrew Nintoquight 139 116 1683
      Wheatley, Andrew Wheatly's Hill 140 28 1683
      Wheatley, John Batchelor's Comfort 114 190 1682
      Wheatley, John Wheatly's Meadows 115 110 1682
      Wheatley, John Wheatly's Content 110 297 1681
      Wood, William Green Hill 53 250 1662
      Wynne, Thomas Denby 39
      ===
      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Indenture, 10 March 1698
      From: WILLIAM STONE of Charles County, gent., and THEADOCIA his wife.
      To: JAMES BUTLER of Anne Arundel County, planter Price: 105 pounds sterling
      Property: 445 acres in P. G. County, formerly in Charles County, being one-half of the tract "Good Luck"; the tract was originally granted to ZACRARIA WADE and LUKE GARDINER jointly; said GARDENER died and the entire tract passed to said WADE, but WADE bequeathed one-half the tract to the heirs of said GARDINER with the condition that his own heir and daughter, THEADOCIA, should have her choice of which half of the tract she would inherit; the tract was resurveyed for the division.
      Signatures: WILL'M STONE, THEADOCIA STONE (mark) Wit.: JOS. MANNING, FFRANCIS HARRISON, JOHN MANNING Ackn'd: WILLIAM STONE, THEADOCIA his wife (no date) Recorded: 14 June 1699, Vol. A, Page 163
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 67: Indenture, 24 Aug 1703
      From: Luke Gardiner, Sr. of St. Mary's County, Gent.
      To: John Geiles, planter of Anne Arundel County
      For 90£a tract of land in Charles County, now in Prince George's County called Good Luck of 780 acres of Zachiriah Wade and Luke and their heirs by virtue of a grant by the Right Honorable Lord Proprietor; Luke died before division made and said Zachiriah owned the entire tract by right of survivorship; in accord with an understanding made between them before Luke's death, Zachiriah left 1/2 of the tract to Theodotia Wade, daughter of Zachariah; the other half portion went to the heirs of Luke and became the right of Luke Gardiner, Jr. of St. Mary's County and by him sold 1/2 the tract to above Luke Gardiner, Sr.
      Signed: Luke Gardiner, Sr.
      Witnessed: Samuel Magruder and Thomas Sprigg, Jr.
      Memorandum: 24 Aug 1703 wife Elizabeth Gardiner examined by same
      Recorded: 24 Aug 1703 for the sum of 9s for 525 acres
      ===
      Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 67a: Indenture, 4 Jan 1702
      From: Luke Gardiner, Sr. of St. Mary's County, Gent.
      To: James Beall, planter of Prince Georges County
      The other portion of 226 acres of the 780 acre property called Good Luck described in Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 67 left to Theodotia Gardiner now owned by Luke Gardiner, Sr. containing 223 acres for 90£Signed: Luke Gardiner, Sr.
      Witnessed: Samuel Magruder and Thomas Sprigg, Junior
      Alienation: 29 Aug 1702 James Beall paid the sum of 9s for 225 acres
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: GRIMES DITCH; Owner: Gardner, Luke: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jul 30, 1662: Ref: Liber 5 f 129 : Map Location: L-20
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: FRANKLAND; Owner: Gardner, Luke: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jul 9, 1668 : Ref: Liber 12 f 146 : Map Location: P-16
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: GOOD LUCK; Owner: Gardner, Luke: Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Jul 16, 1670: Ref: Liber 12 f 610 : Map Location: R-11
      ===
      Prince George's County, Maryland - Land Owners at Time PGCo Was Formed - 1696: Tract Name: LONG LAND - INCLUDED IN FRANKLAND RR; Owner: Gardner, Luke (Capt): Orig County = C {Charles = C, Calvert = V}; Patent Date: Sep 21, 1668: Ref: Liber 11, f 577 : Map Location: Not Shown

  • Sources 
    1. [S177] Robert Cole's World.

Research Links  Find Luke Dr. Gardiner at the following sites -

Ancestry records for Luke Dr. Gardiner