Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Thomas RussellAbt 1760 -
Name Thomas Russell Birth Abt 1760 Charles County, Maryland Gender Male Person ID I59793 Tree1 Last Modified 24 Mar 2023
Father James Russell, b. Bef 1710 d. Aft 1783, London, Middlesex, England (Age > 75 years) Relationship Adopted Mother Anne Lee, b. Bef 1724, Blenheim, Charles County, Maryland d. Aft 1788 (Age > 66 years) Relationship Adopted Marriage Bef 1743 Prince George's County, Maryland Family ID F1037 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Frances Campbell, b. 14 Feb 1760, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Marriage 14 Dec 1790 Charles County, Maryland Family ID F26529 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 24 Mar 2023
Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 51. Deed of Trust. A marriage is shortly intended between Edward Ware Boswell and Elizabeth Parnham Bond, both of CC, it is hereby intended to settle and secure to sd Elizabeth all her personal property to her sole and separate use during coverture, free from all debts of her husband. This indenture therefore witnesses that sd Elizabeth and sd Edward, for 5 shillings to them now paid by Thomas Russell, have granted to sd Russell of CC, Negroes named Arnold (age 23 years), Celia (age 8 years), and Jane (age 3 years), in trust that after the intended marriage takes effect, sd Russell shall be possessed of the same and their increase, to the sole and separate use of sd Elizabeth during coverture, subject to her management, and not under the control of her husband_ Signed Apr 13, 1790 - Elizabeth P. Bond, Edw W Boswell, Thos Russell. Wit - Alexr McPherson*. Recorded Apr 25, 1790.
Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 186. Instrument of Writing. Dec 14, 1790 between Thomas Russell of CC of the 1st part, to Frances Campbell of CC of the 2nd part, and James Russell of CC of the 3rd part. A marriage is soon to be solemnized between sd Thomas Russell and sd Frances Campbell. It is agreed between Thomas Russell and Campbell that Campbell shall, during coverture, possess exclusively, all the lands, tenements, hereditaments, slaves, stock, furniture, and other property she is now entitled to, free of any demand of sd Thomas Russell. Now this deed witnesses that sd Thomas Russell, for 5 shillings to him paid by sd Campbell, does covenant with sd Campbell possess all the lands, tenements, hereditaments, slaves, stock, furniture, and other property that she is entitled to. It is further covenanted by the parties afd, that sd Campbell, with the consent of sd Thomas Russell, for 5 shillings, sells to James Russell, all the above land and property, that she is now entitled to. This deed is in trust for the sole and exclusive benefit of sd Campbell during the coverture afd, and if sd Thomas Russell should survive sd Campbell, then Campbell may dispose of the estate in any manner she may think proper. If Campbell dies leaving Russell, without making any disposition, then the whole of her estate not disposed of shall descend and go to her heirs at law. Signed - Thorns Russell, Frances Campbell. Wit -
Rich Barnes*, Henry Barnes*. Recorded Dec 14, 1790.
Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 268. Bill of sale. I, Thomas Russel of CC, planter, for 60 £, have sold to William Campbell of the City of Annapolis, a Negro man called Adam. Signed May 20, 1791 - Thomas Russell. Wit - James Freeman, Henry Barnes*. Recorded May 20, 1791.
Charles County Land Records 1792-1796; Liber N#4; Page 276. Release. We hereby discharge and acquit William Campbell and Gustavus Campbell from all claims which we have against them as executors or administrators, with the will annexed, on the estate of the late Isaac Campbell, Clerk, decd, they having paid us our proportions of his estate, agreeable to the will of sd Isaac Campbell decd. Signed Jan 25, 1794 - Gusts B. Campbell, Isaac Campbell, James Campbell, James Campbell guardian for Richard Campbell, John Campbell, George G. Tyler, Frances Russell, Mary Campbell, Thomas Russell. Wit - Andrew Lyons Jr, William H Leach, T. Russell signed in the presence of us - George G. Tyler &
At a court held for Prince William County [VA] on Feb 3, 1794, this release was acknowledged by George G. Tyler, and proved as to the execution by Thomas Russell, by sd George G Tyler, and ordered to be certified. A copy. Wit - R. Graham. Cl. Cur. Recorded Jul 18, 1794.