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

Thomas Bond

Male Bef 1732 - Bef 1790  (< 58 years)


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  • Name Thomas Bond 
    Born Bef 1732  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 1790  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I84477  Tree1
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 

    Father John Bond,   b. 1711, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Jan 1760, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 49 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Elizabeth Attaway,   b. Abt 1715, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 27 Jan 1760, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 45 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 1732  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1276  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Cecilia Browne,   b. 1732, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Feb 1792, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Married Bef 5 Jul 1757  St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Bond,   b. Abt 1757, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Dec 1819, Charles County, Maryland - probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 62 years)  [natural]
     2. Elizabeth Attaway Bond,   b. 1768, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Oct 1816, St. Mary's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years)  [natural]
     3. Cecilia Browne Bond,   b. Bef 1779, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 22 Mar 1798, St. Mary's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 19 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 29 Nov 2021 
    Family ID F41376  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      BOND, JOHN, St Mary's Co. 13 Jan 1760; 27 Feb 1760
      To wife Elizabeth plantation whereon I now live called "Moseley" and that additional part known by name of "Attoway's Purchase" and at her death to son John Bond.
      To wife, Negroes, Sue, Sarah, Harry, Bess, Aaron, Grace, Ben, Nan, Nace, Amy, Lucy and Old Joe Cooper, cattle and other. After her death to be divided among my four sons, Gerrard, Samuel, William and Richard.
      To son John Bond land purchased of William Bullock, known as "Burlington."
      To son John Bond 10000 pounds of crop tobacco.
      To Thomas Bond (son) tract purchased of Luke Gardner, 438 a. being part of tract "St Johns.'
      To son Gerrard Bond tract "Maidens Bower" bought of Thomas Gardner, and parcel purchased of Absalom Tennison, and the following slaves, Dublin, Hopey, Peter, Coursey, Gilley.
      To son Samuel Bond land purchased of John Carbury, 251 a., being part of Hopton Park; and slaves: Boatswain, Monaky, Jack, Moses and Young Joe Cooper.
      To son William Bond, tract purchased of William Leek, 150 a., also tract purchased of Mr. Greenfield, 100 a., both being part of "Hopton Park"; and slaves Cloe, Charity, Isaac, Binah, and mulatto Charles.
      To last two sons, Saml. and William, the island known as "Goods Island" purchased of Kenelin T. Greenfield but not yet made over.
      To son Richard Bond tract, "Gardners Purchase," and tract "Denbigh" purchased of William Jones and Elizabeth Craig and slaves, Judy, Peggy, Little Antoney, Iver and Harry, son of Lucy.
      To dau. Elizabeth 150 pounds.
      To dau. Susan 150 pounds.
      To dau. Mary 150 pounds.
      Remainder to be divided amongst my seven following children: Susanna, Elizabeth, Gerrard, Mary, Saml., William and Richard.
      Brother Zachariah Bond, and son Thomas Bond, exs.
      Wit: Henry Jernegan, Basil Paterson, Katharine Riggans. 30. 815Contributed by Linda Reno

      8/18/1807: Admin. accts. of Thomas Bond, SMC.
      To: Heirs of deceased widow, Cecelia Bond, 1/3.
      To: Heirs of deceased son, Peregrine Bond.
      To: Heirs of daughter, Cecelia Gardiner.
      Sons: Thomas Bond, John Bond.
      Daughter: Elizabeth A. Briscoe. Admin. de bonis non: James Bond, James Egerton. (SMC Balances and Distributions).

      Thomas Bond, Jr. (son of Dr. Thomas Bond and Cecelia Brown) married Elizabeth Attaway Reeder (daughter of Thomas Reeder, d. 1773) and wife, Susanna (she may have been a Jordan).
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      Sources:
      Title: "A History of Chapman and Alexander Families" by Sigismunda Mary Frances Chapman, Virgiia Book Company, 1939, Berryville, Virginia
      Title: Linda Reno, lreno@erols dot com
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      William Bond 84.275 SM £149.18.0 Jun 2 1765
      Appraisers: Cornelius Barber, Edward Barber.
      Creditors: Henry Sothorn, John Eden.
      Next of kin: Zechariah Bond, Thomas Bond.
      Administrators: Zechariah Bond, Zephaniah Bond.
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      Dr. Gustavus Brown 97.238 CH £2176.1.0 May 29 1762 Jul 28 1768
      Appraisers: John Hanson, Henry Smith Hawkins.
      Creditors: Alexander Smith Hawkins, Stephen Chandler.
      Next of kin: Frances Monuirs, Cecilia Bond.
      Mentions: widow.
      Executor: Richard Brown.

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      Will of Philip Key, SMC, son of Richard and Mary Key, born in the Parish of St. Pauls Covent Garden, London, 3/21/1696. 3/10/1764-9/1/1764.
      To be buried in the vault at Chaptico Church and the coffin of my late wife to be put upon mine.
      I hereby confirm and establish the marriage agreement I entered into before I was married to my present wife.
      Wife: Use of my dwelling plantation and all the houses thereon except the old and new stone house with each brick chimney which I give to my son Thomas.
      Wife: "Maiden" Bower"; cattle, furniture, and negroes (named); after her death the negroes to be divided among my several children.
      To: The two children of my son John Key (deceased) silverware. If both dead, then to son Francis and if he be dead then to his eldest son. The manor land where John Harring now lives and negroes (named) belong to my wife.
      Eldest son: Richard Ward Key, tract where he now lives and that adjoining to it which I bought from John and Richard Shercliffe; that pt. of "Diniard's" which I bought from Matthew Guibert; pt. of "Finchley" I bought from John Medley Thompson; land in Charles Co. I bought from John Gales, Sr., Joseph Gales, John Gales, Jr., Peter Gales, and Robert Gales, 361 ac. (surname should be Gates); land I bought from George Ward in Charles Co.; my manor land in Charles Co. near Zachia, 300 ac.; a slave called Sam the Smith; my steel seal with my coat of arms; my family pictures drawn in England; and silver utensils. The land I devise by this will to my two grandchildren (children of son John) are to descend to my heirs at law if they die during their minority.
      Grandson: Philip Key, lands at or near Chaptico that I bought from Thomas Scott, Richard Halliwell, and John Halliwell called "Melton's Hope" and that I bought from John Johnson and that I bought from John Mattingly and that I bought from Edward Welsh and to which Matthew Cartwright and John Cartwright released their right and I bought from the same Matthew Cartwright and that I bought from Thomas Melton and that I bought from William Moore and Richard Melton and that I bought from John Bennet Taylor and Charles Gaven. If he dies without issue then to my son, Francis Key.
      Granddaughter: Susanna Gardiner Key, all of tract lately patented by me "Weems", 355 ac. and also that I bought from Thomas Scott where Richard Melton now lives; for want of heirs to her brother Philip. Whereas I have lately entered into an agreement with Thomas Bond who married the widow of my son John Key in relation to the wardship of the same children and since then he has been appointed their guardian. My Executors to have care and guardianship of sd. children.
      Grandson: Philip Key, use of 4 slaves (named).
      Granddaughter: Susanna Gardiner Key, use of 4 slaves (named).
      Son: Francis Key, land in Frederick Co. "Epping Forest", 1070 ac.; 1/2 of tract in same co. "Terra Rubia" patented for 2798 ac. and of 50 ac. I bought from Uncle Uncles (sic); family pictures drawn by Mr. Hessellius and that drawn for Mr. Ross.
      Grandson: John Ross Key, slave.
      Grandson: Philip Barton Key, slave.
      To: Elizabeth Scott Key, slave.
      Son: Edmund Key, "Paradise Regained", 530 ac. and "Friendship", 206 ac., both in Frederick Co.
      Son: Thomas Key, after my wife's death or remarriage, the land where I live called "Bushwood Lodge" and that I bought from Mrs. Cole and Thomas and Luke Gardiner and lately from John Gardiner called "Maiden Bower" and to have immediately the tracts called "Addition to Guibert's Chance" which I bought from Matthew Guibert and also immediately to her upon the death of Thomas Coode, "Penryn" which I bought from sd. Coode; the land I bought from Mr. Thomas Perry in SMC and Charles Co.; "Somerfield" I bought from John Mills; land I bought from Sam Willis and from William, John, and James Bailey and from Arat (?) Thompson and from Abraham Wood and from William Cumming and from Dr. Talley and my lot in Leonard Town; the chimney glasses in my dwelling house; lands I bought from Mr. Parry, "Bushwood Lodge", "Penryn", and "Maiden Bower".
      Son: Thomas, 33 negroes (named); pictures; clock and plate; stock.
      Daughter: Susanna Gardiner Bruce, wife of Normand Bruce, the other half of the land "Terra" and that I bought from Uncle Uncles, in all 1424 ac.; chest; plat; harpsichord I bought for her; and goods and money Mr. Bruce has already which will appear in my books.
      Sons: Richard Ward Key and Thomas Key, the water mill at the head of St. Clement's Bay and the land belonging to it.
      Sister-in-law: Mrs. Elizabeth Miles, goods out of my stock of tobacco, wheat, and corn.
      To: Mrs. Gosling, with whom I formerly made an agreement to pay her 2000 lbs. tobacco yearly during her life, having died lately, I am now by the agreement obliged to pay Roger Copsey, the wife he held at the time of my agreement with Mrs. Gosling having died since then, 1000 lbs. crop tobacco each Christmas during his life.
      Friends: Rev. Mr. Alexander Williamson, John Ross, Esq., Daniel Dulany, Esq., and Rev. Upton Scott, a gold ring of a guinea price to be sent for to London with inscription. Execs. to collect money due me and divide into 8 equal parts and divided between my eldest son, Richard Ward Key; my daughter, Susanna Gardiner Bruce; grandson, Philip Key; granddaughter, Susanna Gardiner Key; son, Edmund Key; and the other half part to sons Francis and Thomas Key.
      Execs: Sons, Richard Ward Key, Edmund Key, Thomas Key.
      Wit: John Chesley Rogers, James Key, William Goodwin.
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      Provincial Court Land Records, 1765-1770
      Volume 725, Page 550

      This Indenture made the Second Day of May in the Year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty nine Between Philip Tippett of S.t Marys County Planter and Elizabeth his Wife of the One part and Thomas Bond of the same County and Province aforesaid Gent of the other part Witnesseth that the said Philip Tippett and Elizabeth his Wife for and in Consideration of the Sum of One hundred and thirty pounds Currency to them in Hand paid at or before the Sealing and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Have Granted bargained Sold Released and confirmed and by these presents Do grant bargain Sell Release and confirm unto him the said Thomas Bond his heirs and Assigns all that part of a Tract of Land called Suttles Rest heretofore Conveyed by John Suttle to the said Philip Tippett and Elizabeth his Wife by Deed of Gift Situate lyeing and being in the County aforesaid Containing One hundred and fifty four Acres of land together with all and singular the Houses Buildings and Other Improvements to the same belonging and the Reversion and Remainder thereof and all the Estate Right Title Interest Claim and demand of them the said Philip and Elizabeth of into or out of the same one hundred and fifty four Acres of Land To have And to hold the said parcell of land hereby Conveyed or intended so to be to him the said Thomas Bond his heirs and Assigns forever to the intent and Purpose that a Common Recovery of the premisses may be had and Suffered in the usual form of Common Recoveries with Double Voucher to the only use and behoof of him the said Thomas Bond his heirs and Assigns forever and to or for no Other Use intent or Purpose whatsoever and it is hereby Covenanted and Agreed by and between all the Parties to these presents that the said Common Recovery so to be Suffered Shall be and Enure to the use of him the said Thomas Bond his heirs and Assigns forever and to or for no Other Use intent or purpose Whatsoever In Witness whereof the parties to these presents to these presents have hereunto Sett their Hands and Seals the Day and Year first above written
      Signed Sealed and Delivered Philip Tippett (Seal)
      in the Presence of us her
      Alex Brown Elizabeth + Tippett (Seal)
      Dan.l Cha Heath Mark
      On the Back of the aforegoing Deed was thus Endorsed to wit

      Received on the Day and Year within written of the within named Thomas bond the sum
      of One hundred and thirty pounds Currency in full for the Consideration money Mentioned
      to be paid to us Philip Tippett
      Witness Alex.r Brown her
      Dan.l Cha.s Heath Elizabeth X Tippett
      Mark

      May 19.th 1769 Then came the within named Philip Tippett and Elizabeth his Wife before me one of his Lordships Justices of the provincial Court and Acknowledged the within Instrument of writeing to be their Act and Deed and the Land and premisses therein specifyed to be the Right and Estate of the within named Thomas Bond his heirs and Assigns according to the true intent and Meaning thereof Also Elizabeth the wife of him the said Philip being by me privately Examined Apart from and out of the hearing of her Said husband did repeat as above and also did further declare that she made this Acknowledgment of her own free will and accord without being induced thereto by threats of or ill usage from her said Husband or for fear of his Displeasure Dan of S.t Tho.s Jenifer
      Recorded the 19.th Day of May 1769

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      Charles County Land Records 1790-1792; Liber K#4; Page 194. Bill of sale. I, James Wood Sr of CC, for 30 £and 1482 lbs of tobacco, have sold to Williamson (William) King and Thomas Bond, both of CC, 1 Negro man named Tom, 1 Negro woman, Charity, 1 Negro woman, Henny; 10 cattle, 1 gray mare, and 4 feather beds. Signed Dec 27, 1790 - James Wood. Wit - Wm D. Briscoe*. Recorded Dec 29, 1790.
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      BAGGLEY, SAMUEL, St. Mary's Co. 10 Jun, 1744; 5 Mar, 1745
      DRAYDEN BAGGLEY, wife, extx., all my lands but if she dies without issue then to godson THOMAS READA, son of THOMAS READA, and my brother BENJAMIN READA.
      To my wife's brother THOMAS BOND, 1 slave.
      Wit: Thos. West, John Spragg, James Pascoe. 24. 20
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      REEDER, SIMON, St. Mary's Co. 23 Oct 1754; 18 Nov 1754
      To Thomas Allson, 2 cows, half my sheep.
      Mary Hart wife of Peter Hart, other half of my sheep.
      To Sisley Goodrum, spinning wheall and cards.
      I divide and bequeath all my plantation whereon I now lie called "Wentworth" to my nephew Simon Reeder, son of Benjamin Reeder of Charles Co.
      To said Simon Reeder son of Benjamin all my Negroes: Tom,. Jane., Sam, Moll, Nell, Sarah, Charles and Sue, and all the rest of my estate,
      Bro. Benjamin Reeder of Charles County, ex.
      Wit: John Bullock, Jeremiah Bond, Thomas Bond. 29.260
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      Dr. John Key 2.69 D SM £835.19.0 Jul 5 1757
      Sureties: Richard Brown, Philip Barton Key.
      Legatees: widow (unnamed), Phillip, Susannah.
      Distribution to children: Philip, Susannah.
      Executrix: Cecilia Bond, wife of Thomas Bond
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      HARRISON, WILLIAM, St. Mary's Co. -1768; 15 Feb, 1770
      To wife Elizabeth,, plantation whereon bro. Robert Harrison now lives; 1/3 of personals.
      To son John, 1,000 lbs. tobacco. Dau. Ann, son Kenelm., dau. Elizabeth, dau. Sarah, dau. Eleanor.
      To dau. Susanna, a horse I bought of Zachariah Barnes,
      Desire extx. sell following tracts, lying In Charles County, "Harrison's Hazard," 60 A; pt. of tract lying In St. Mary's. "St. Margaret's," which I bought of Truman Juel, 66 A.; 11 A. adjoining the land, which the houses of Aaron Johnston stand on.
      Mentions daus,: Elizabeth, Susanna, Sarah and Ealiner,
      Extx: Wife Elizabeth.
      Wit: Tho. Bond, John and Benj, Clarke. 37, 652
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      BOND, ZECHARIAH, St Mary's Co. 14 March 1775; 1 Feb. 1775
      Son-in-law, Henry Greenfield Sothoron, Ex.
      To wife Margaret Bond, during life plantation where I now live and another joining Middle Quarter, my part of "Chaptico" and the 'Upper Mills," third part of personal estate in lieu of which I bequeath £800; in the event wife does not want to stand by above legacy to get only what the law provides.
      To granddau. Mary Sothoron, lands above mentioned upon death of wife Margaret Bond.
      To granddau. Clarissa Bond, plantation where she lives with her husband Samuel Bond, 'Calverts Manor," 400 acres.
      To granddau. Harriet Claggett, 'Calverts Manor," 500 acres and land adjoining purchased from Mr. Edelen.
      To granddau. Rebecca Jowles Sothorn, tract "Indian Town," lately in possession of Zepheniah Bond being part of "Bonds Rest" containing 244 acres, tract Saint John's containing 50 acres, also a piece of Manor Land lying in "Chaptico Manor."
      To Rebecca Jowles (Sothorn) and Mary Sothorn, (after decease of my wife) my part of Chaptico and the "Upper Mills," with all the land thereto.
      To Thomas Bond, son of Thomas my nephew, tract "Tillency," 180 acres.
      Elizabeth Leech owes debt of £33 and it is remitted.
      To Mathew and Absalom Tennison, my sister's children, £25 each.
      To William Bond, son of Zacheriah, £100 for education.
      £50, to deserving charity.
      Wit: George Goldie; James Bate; William Molohon.
      Codicil: Part of tract of land called "Bonds Rest" sold to Charles Hesletine for £328.6.6 sterling. In lieu of which I now give to John Hesletine son of Charles Hesletine. I empower my Executor to pay off and convey the said land to the above. 41. 17

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      St. Mary's County Circuit Court
      Land Surveys and Condominium Plats

      Cambridge, 96 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 51, p. 353 0 0 MSA S 1598-628
      Cambridge, 96 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 52, p. 242 0 0 MSA S 1598-629
      Cambridge, Thomas Bond and Philip Key, 96 Acres 1776/05/24 Patented Certificate 126 5 0 MSA S 1205-132
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      The Wee Bit, 7 1/2 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 51, p. 354 0 0 MSA S 1598-3883
      The Wee Bit, 7 1/2 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 52, p. 241 0 0 MSA S 1598-3884
      The Wee Bitt, Thomas Bond and Philip Key, 7 1/2 Acres 1776/05/24 Patented Certificate 692 3 0 MSA S 1205-711
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      The Flower of the Forrest, 39 1/2 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 51, p. 354 0 0 MSA S 1598-1222
      The Flower of the Forrest, 39 1/2 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Bond, Thomas and Philip Key 1776 Patent Record BC and GS 52, p. 239 0 0 MSA S 1598-1223
      The Flower Of The Forrest, Thomas Bond and Philip Key, 39 1/2 Acres 1776/05/24 Patented Certificate 216 3 0 MSA S 1205-221
      Cambridge, Thomas Bond and Philip Key, 96 Acres 1776/05/24 Patented Certificate 126 5 0 MSA S 1205-132
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      The Inclosure, 22 1/2 Acres; Certificate {on Wicomico River next to Bonds Rest - Confiscated British Property}
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1784 Patent Record IC B, p. 147 0 0 MSA S 1598-1952
      The Inclosure, 22 1/2 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1784 Patent Record IC A, p. 525 0 0 MSA S 1598-1953
      Inclosure, Philip Key, 22 1/2 Acres 1785/08/30 Patented Certificate 351 5 0 MSA S 1205-363
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      Keys Rest, 26 3/8 Acres; Certificate {next to Bonds Rest - Confiscated British Property}
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1785 Patent Record IC B, p. 150 0 0 MSA S 1598-2097
      Keys Rest, 26 3/8 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1785 Patent Record IC A, p. 525 0 0 MSA S 1598-2098
      Keys Rest, Philip Key, 26 3/8 Acres 1785/08/30 Patented Certificate 381 5 0 MSA S 1205-398
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      The Labarynth, 142 1/2 Acres; Certificate {next to Widows Purchase (Sarah Simms), Charles Mills land, Gravely Hills (Zachariah Thomas), Bonds Rest [Zachariah Bond], Briscoes Purchase [James Simms], Harrow Hills [Philip Briscoe], Higgs Purchase [Samuel Higgs], Barbers Inclosure [Barnet White Barber], Cornelius Addition [Cornelius Barber] - Confiscated British Property}
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1787 Patent Record IC D, p. 110 0 0 MSA S 1598-2124
      The Labarynth, 142 1/2 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1787 Patent Record IC C, p. 278 0 0 MSA S 1598-2125
      The Labyrinth, Philip Key, 142 1/2 Acres 1787/12/07 Patented Certificate 388 5 0 MSA S 1205-396
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      Widows Purchase, 217 1/2 Acres; Patent {07Dec1795 Sarah Sims will presented in Orphans Court
      Developer/Owner: Key, Philip 1796 Patent Record IC G, p. 674 0 0 MSA S 1598-4000
      Widows Purchase, Philip Key, 217 1/2 Acres 1796/03/07 Patented Certificate 709 10 0 MSA S 1205-730
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