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

Isaac Rev. Campbell

Male Abt 1724 - 1784  (~ 60 years)


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  • Name Isaac Rev. Campbell  [1
    Born Abt 1724  Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 24 Jul 1784  Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I8767  Tree1
    Last Modified 23 Sep 2022 

    Father Maryland Campbell 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F6008  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jane Browne,   b. 1 Jun 1728, Rich Hill, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1784, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 57 years) 
    Married 1754  Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Isaac Campbell; Male; Birth: Rich Hill, , Charles, Maryland; Spouse: Jane or Jean Brown; Marr iage: 1754 ; Film Number: 184288
    Children 
     1. Jane Campbell,   b. 3 Mar 1755, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1802 and 1814, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 46 years)  [natural]
     2. William Campbell,   b. 28 Aug 1756, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1816, Frederick County. Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years)  [natural]
     3. Gustavus Brown Campbell,   b. 22 Aug 1759, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     4. Frances Campbell,   b. 14 Feb 1760, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     5. Isaac Campbell,   b. 3 Jan 1761, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1782, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 22 years)  [natural]
     6. James Campbell,   b. 28 Mar 1763, Trinity Parish, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     7. Richard Henry Campbell,   b. 1764, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     8. John Campbell,   b. 1766, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     9. Mary Campbell,   b. 1770, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     10. Cecelia Anne Campbell,   b. 1773, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
    Last Modified 23 Sep 2022 
    Family ID F6003  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      Charles County Maryland Will Book B-1, 1782-1785; Page 368. The Revd Isaac Campbell's Will.
      This Dec 4, 1778, I, Isaac Campbell of CC, Clerk, enjoying at this present time of writing, my wonted understanding and judgment, but remembering the uncertainty of life, think fit to make this my will.
      To my wife - having the use & disposal of a landed estate lying on the NE side of Broad Run in Prince William County, Virginia, conveyed by the late Colo Charles Carter's executors in trust to the Revd James Scott, his son Capt. James Scott, & Cuthbert Bullet, esq, I give my wife the use of the third part of sd estate during her natural life, upon the following proviso: upon receiving 300 £sterling from her father as her fortune, I passed my bond, securing to her the use of the sd money during her natural life, I being at that time possessed of no estate that could otherwise support her in case of my prior death. She will relinquish all claims under sd bond & accept the use of the third part of the sd estate in lieu thereof. I give her also the use of the third part of my plantation in Maryland, whereon I now live, & the use of the third part of my personal estate, all during her natural life. If my executors think this will be insufficient to supply her with a decent maintenance, the interest, at 3 £s of the afd £300 may be used, but not otherwise. If my wife thinks fit to choose rather a legal provision than what I have now made for her, by which she may perhaps claim the afd £300, to be put in her own hands, my will is that my Maryland plantation afd, at least two thirds of it, be sold, and if the money arising is less than £300, the defect to be paid out of the rents of the afd Broad Run Tract, to which, it being conveyed in trust only, my wife can, I believe, have no legal right of dower. The £300 should only be paid to my wife if she can give sufficient security that the principal, at her demise, be repaid to my estate for the common benefit of our children.
      To my 10 children - all the afd tract of land on Broad Run, to be divided among them in the following manner, viz, as that parcel of land contains about 3330 acres, my will is that 2100 acres lying upon Broad Run be laid off by a straight line running parallel to a line joining the two following boundaries of sd land, the one near the point between the confluence of the Run called the North fork & sd Broad Run; & the other higher up sd Broad Run where the dividing line between Colo Charles Carter of Corotoman [Corrotoman, Lancaster Co, VA], his land & mine terminates at sd Broad Run, and the whole land being thus divided into 2 parts. My will is that the afd land, 2100 acres lying upon the Broad Run, be subdivided into six equal parts by straight lines running parallel to the afd line that divides the afd Colo Carter's land from mine. And the sd 2100 acres being thus subdivided into 6 equal parts or lots, each of which will contain about 350 acres, I give unto each of my 6 sons, William, Gustavus Brown, Isaac, James, Richard Henry, & John, one of sd lots, to be chosen by them according to their seniority. The lots may not be equally valuable in respect to the soil and the improvements on them. Cash payments between brothers are to be made to equalize the value of the lots. If any of my sons die without surviving issue, if they die in the married state, a legal dower being reserved for the widow of such son, the afd 2100 acres is to be equally partitioned between the surviving sons. The remaining part of sd land not already bequeathed, containing about 1230 acres, is to be divided in the most commodious manner, in 4 equal parts or lots, each if which will contain about 307-1/2 acres, each lot going to each of my 4 daughters, Jean, Frances, Mary, and Cecilia Ann, to be chosen by them according to their seniority, but with the following provisos - with regard to my eldest daughter Jean, who is wife to Walter, the eldest son to Mr. John Winter, who previously to his son's marriage with my daughter, signified to me his intention of giving or leaving to his sd son Walter the neck of land called Westwood, whereon he now lives; but whereas sd Walter has no Present title to sd neck of land that. I know of, and may be, by the course of contingencies, never have any; & whereas Walter is invested with no property known to me, by which means, if he dies, my daughter Jean might be left destitute of a place of habitation. Therefore, if sd Walter shall be invested with such a title to sd neck of land, Jean will have a right of dower to sd neck of land. I give Jean one of the afd lots of about 307.5 acres, as she or her husband chooses, to belong to her until Walter shall be invested with a title to the afd neck of land. I give Jean's lot to my executors, in trust for her. If any of my daughters die without surviving issue, my will is that the afd 1230 acres be divided again into as many parts as there are surviving daughters. In case of the death of all sd sons without surviving issue, the afd 2100 acres, shall be divided into as many equal parts as there shall be surviving daughters. Likewise, if all my daughters die without surviving issue, then the afd 1230 acres shall be divided into as many equal parts as there shall be surviving sons. If my wife accepts the provision afd made for her maintenance & will suffer her right of dower in the plantation in Maryland whereon I now live, to be sold, my will is that the sd plantation be sold to the best advantage, and the interest of the third part of the money arising from such sale is to be appropriated to my wife during her natural life. The other two thirds may be applied for raising convenient buildings on whatsoever part of my land in Virginia she may choose for her residence. Whatever sum can be saved, I would have applied towards the education of such of my younger sons as my executors shall find capable of making improvement in the learned languages, mathematics, philosophy, &c. My lawful debts being paid out of my personal estate, I will that two thirds of the remainder be equally divided among all my children, and the other third upon the death of my wife. For the Broad Run land to be divided would interfere with my wife's third part; therefore without her consent first obtained, the required divisions must be postponed until her demise. If any part of the shares belonging to my younger children can be saved, after defraying the charges of their maintenance & education, I think it ought to be put out at interest for their benefit, to be paid to them when they arrive at legal age, together with the interest.
      Guardians to my minor children: my wife and my executors. executors: Doctor Gustavus Richard Brown, Mr. William Warren, my present agent, and my eldest son, William. Signed - Isc Campbell. Wit - John N. Smoot, Hendlay Smoot, Walter McPherson Jr.
      Probated on Jul 24, 1784 by the oath of William Campbell, one of the executors and by the oaths of John N. Smoot & Hendly Smoot, two of the witnesses.
      ===
      Eliner Briscoe 60.136 CH £291.12.11 Mar 11 1755
      Appraisers: Samuel Avery, Andrew Chunn.
      Creditors: Robert Horner, Isaac Campbell.
      Next of kin: Samuel Briscoe, Philip Briscoe.
      Executor: Hezekiah Briscoe
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      The History of Charles County, Maryland by Margaret Brown Klapthor and Paul Dennis Brown, pub. by Charles County Tercentenary, Inc. La Plata, Md. 1958.

      p.45. About 1753 the Rev. Isaac Campbell, rector of Trinity Parish, opened a private school in his residence which continued in operation until 1784.

      p. 73. Trinity Parish was created by the Assembly in 1744. It consisted of those parts of King and Queen Parish and of All Faith Parish which were in Charles County, the boundaries being Zachiah Swamp, the Wicomico River, the St. Mary's County Line, the Patuxent River and the Prince George's County Line, making an area some 199 square miles. The old Newport Church was then standing on Gilbert Swamp. The vestry was organized in 1750 and the Rev. Isaac Campbell presented his letter on 16 July 1751. The site of the present church was selected at a parish meeting in October of the same year. The churchwas completed in 1756/7 and in 1769 the parish also completed a brick building at Benedict as a chapel of ease.

      p.45 In 1774 the free schools of St. Mary's, Charles and Prince George's Counties were united and a school for the three counties was erected at "The Cool Springs" to be known as Charlotte Hall School in honor of Queen Charlotte of England. In 1798 Calvert Co. also joined the merger but a few years later Calvert and PG withdrew.. In 1774 Charles County was represented by the following trusttees, The Rev. Isaac Campbell, Francis Ware, Josaias Hawkins and Dr. James Craik. The Rev.Hatch Dent, rector of Trinity Parish, was first principal of Charlotte Hall School
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      Charles County Maryland Land Record Liber Z#2, 1744-1753; Page 512. At the request of Isaac Campbell, the following deed was recorded on Nov 7, 1751.
      Jul 19, 1751 from Abraham Hargais (Hargis) of CC, planter, to Isaac Campbell of CC, Clark, for 12,000 lbs tobacco and 5 £, a parcel of land, being part of a tract of land called Bettys Delight, lying in CC on the east of Zachiah Swamp and north of a small run falling into the Swamp bounded by the parcel of land commonly called Berries, containing and now laid out for about 150 acres. Signed - Abraham Hargis. Wit - Robt Yates, Erasmus Gill, Robt Gill. Jane, wife of sd Abraham Hargis, released her dower.
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      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page 8. Jun 9, 1752 from Sarah Tenison (Tennison) of CC, to Thomas Higdon of CC, for 1200 lbs of tobacco & 4 barrels of corn & a mare in hand paid, all that parcel of land, part of a tract of land called Bettyes delight in CC, bounded by the Revd Isaac Campbell's dividing line, the north side of the main Road that leads from Zakiah bridges, containing about 60 acres. Signed - Sarah Tennison. Wit - Jon Winter. Robt Yates. Recorded Jun 16, 1752.
      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith
      Oct. 1751 - At a General Meeting of Trinity Parish (Charles
      Co.) in Oct. 1751, a poll was taken as to where a new church
      should be built. The two locations proposed were "at a place
      where Thomas Barron lately lived and the old field near
      Justinian Burch, Jr. 's." The vote was taken in June 1752,
      with this result: "for ye place near Barron's - 41 votes;
      for ye place near Burch's - 50 votes."
      Source: Maryland State Archives, Microfilm Roll No. MSA
      M258: "Special Collections; 1729-1797 (Trinity Church
      Collection); Vestry Minutes and Accounts." (not paginated)
      Comment: As shown by records above and the Aug. 1753 record below, the Trinity Parish Church is built on Oliver Burch's former land. Trinity Parish was created in 1744 out of those portions of King and Queen Parish and of All Faiths Parish that were in Charles Co.

      Aug. 1753 - Charles Co., Md. Land Records. Justinian Burch,
      Jr., of Charles Co., planter, and wife Ann, deed to the Revd.
      Mr. Isaac Campble [sic: Campbell] and his associates, the
      Vestrymen and Church Wardens of Trinity Parish, for the use
      of Trinity Parish (whereon to build a Parish Church for the
      use and benefit of the parishioners), all that part of a
      tract of land "Lumbley" on the east side of Piles Fresh in
      the Parish and County aforesaid, containing and now laid
      out for about 2 acres.
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Court and Land Records, Liber
      A No.3, Page 119.
      Comment: The successor Trinity Church still stands at
      this same location, enabling one to locate "Lumley," the
      seated plantation of Oliver Burch. Take Hwy. 6 east from
      La Plata: turn right at Trinity Church Road and proceed to
      the Church. The Burch burial plot can be found immediately
      to the right of the Church. This is where Oliver and Barbara
      and many of their descendants were buried. The stones and
      markers for the earliest burials there (such as the
      pre-Trinity Church burials of Oliver and Barbara) have long
      since disappeared.
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      Charles County Land Record Book A#2, 1752-1756; Page (161). Feb 11, 1754 from Robert Cadle of CC, planter, to Isaac Campbell (Cambell) of CC, Clerk. Sd Robert Cadle, is possessed of a term of years yet to come, in all that tract of land called Evans Reserve, heretofore in St. Mary's County, but at present in CC, containing about 100 acres. Now this deed witnesses that sd Cadell, for 7500 lbs of tobacco to him in hand paid by sd Campbell, sells to Campbell, the land afd called Evans Reserve. To have and to hold, for the rest of such term of years as sd Cadell has in sd land. Signed - Robert (R his mark) Cadell. Wit - Geo Dent, Geo Dent Jr. Recorded Mar 18, 1754.
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 509, Mortgage. Aug 2, 1764 from William McPherson of CC, planter, to Revd Isaac Campbell of CC, Clerk, for 14,753 lbs of inspected crop tobacco, a tract of land in CC on the south side of the main Road that leads over the old bridges to Zachiah Swamp & part of tract commonly known by the name of Georges Rest, bounded by the side of the main Road that leads over the sd old bridges of Zachiah Swamp, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. Also part of a tract of land called the Bridges, lying in CC, and bounded by the afd part of Georges Rest, containing and laid out for about 50 acres. If however, sd McPherson pays sd Campbell by Aug 1, 1767 the tobacco afd with lawful interest, thin this deed to be void. Signed - Will: McPherson. Wit - Rich Harrison*, Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer*. Recorded Aug 29, 1764. {Release recorded in Liber D No 4 folio 255}
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      Charles County Land Record Book L#3, 1761-1765; Page 511. Aug 14, 1764 from Robert Cadel, on of John Cadle & Anne, his wife, & Edward Cadel, his brother, of CC, planter, to Revd Isaac Campbell of CC, Clerk, for 32 £sterling, a tract of land in CC whereon the sd Robert and Edward now live, being part of a tract of land called Saint Stephen Coleman, formerly granted to Philip Combs, laid out for about 100 acres. Signed - Robt (R his mark) Cadell, Edwd (X his mark) Cadell. Wit - Walter Hanson*, Jno Winter*. Recorded Aug 29, 1764.
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      Charles County Land Record Book O#3, 1765-1770; Page 389. Bill of Sale. I, William Fisher of CC, Bricklayer, for 1180 lbs of crop tobacco, have sold to Isaac Campbell of CC, Clerk, 1 sorrel mare with her colt, 1 black cow with calf, 1 pied cow with calf, 1 red and white heifer, 1 pied and white heifer, 1 feather bed with a pair of blankets, a rug and a pair of sheets, 3 iron pots, 1 square table, 1 basin, 2 dishes and 18 plates all of pewter, 3 chairs and all other my household furniture.'If sd Fisher pays sd Campbell the sum afd with legal interest by next Aug 12, then this bill of sale shall be void. Signed Feb 22, 1768 - Wm (+ his mark) Fisher. Wit - John Dent*. Recorded Mar 6, 1768.
      === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith

      Mar.-July 1771 - Abraham Barron vs. Rev. Isaac Campbell. Barron alleges that in Nov. 1757 it was agreed by the parties that Barron should manage a plantation and 2 or 3 Negroes of Campbell's for cropping the ensuing year, that he was to have the sole direction and management of the plantation and Negroes without the interposition or meddling of Campbell, for which Campbell was to pay Barron 300 lbs. of pork, 3 barrells of corn and one full share of corn, wheat and tobacco made by working the plantation and slaves and that Campbell was to find the necessary horses and utensils for managing and working the said plantation. Barron alleges that he began to perform in the beginning of the year 1758 and that Cambell furnished the land and 2 slaves (including Cupid) with horses and other necessaries. Barron states that he worked diligently until Sep. 1758 when Campbell without cause forcibly drove him from the plantation leaving tobacco and corn growing on the plantation to the value of 500 lbs. of tobacco and 150 barrells of corn had he been permitted to secure the same. Campbell, it is alleged, did not properly take care of the crops but still housed crop tobacco to the value of 300 lbs. of tobacco and 120 barrells of corn. Campbell refused to pay Barron and Barron brings suit.
      Campbell's answer is that he turned over the plantation to Barron, gave him 2 barrells of Indian corn and the whole complement of meat, a very valuable young Negro fellow and a Negro wench, 3 valuable horses and tools and utensils of husbandry. However, Campbell asserts in some detail how Barron did not exert himself, was lazy and indolent, did not heed Campbell's complaints about his dilatory manner, that Barron took extended absences from the work (including with his Negro fellow to go and hunt bird nests), misued his horses, etc., all of which caused Campbell to remove Abraham and take over the work and complete the crop as best he could, he also having engagements at his school. At one point Campbell asserts that he either attempted to temporarily remove his slave or to put him in charge of the operation [not clear which] whereupon the said Abraham began to curse, damn and swear in a most violent manner and went off the plantation refusing to work at the hoe damning himself if he would be put in the place of a negro.
      The Court having considered the matter orders that Campbell pay Abraham the sum of 5/4/2 current money and also orders that Campbell pay Abraham his legal costs which the said Abraham has been put to in the premises, the said costs amounting to 1359 lbs. of tobacco.
      Source: Charles Co., Md. Circuit Court, Liber T No. 3, pp. 892-897.
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      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 254. Bill of Sale. I, Isaac Campbell of Trinity Parish in CC, for 45 £, have sold to Mr. James Scott of Prince William County, Virginia, 1 Negro woman slave named Bet, late the property of Mr. Robert Horner, with all her increase. Signed Apr 18, 1772 - Isaac Campbell. Wit - Jas Craik*. Recorded Apr 18, 1772.
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      Charles County Land Record Book S#3, 1770-1775; Page 621. Deed of Gift. We, James Scott of Prince William County, Virginia, Richard Brown, Isaac Campbell, John Clegatt, Thomas Bond, Henry Thelkkeld, Gustavus Richard Brown, and Thomas Stone of Maryland, for the love we have for Ann Horner of CC, widow of Robert Horner, decd, and for Robert Horner, Gustavus Brown Horner, John Terry Horner, William Horner, and James Scott Horner, her children, & for the support and maintenance of sd Ann, we hereby give Ann and her children afd, the following sums of money, that is to say, James Scott gives 50 £, Richard Brown gives 50 £, Isaac Campbell gives 50 £, Thomas John Clegatt gives [blank], Thomas Bond gives 30 £Henry Threlkeld gives [blank], Gustavus Richard Brown gives 15 £, and Thomas Stone gives 10 £Sd money is to be used to purchase the following Negroes, to wit, a man called Hollyhy, and a woman called Pegg, with Celia, her child, and Sam & Nell, the children of Monica, and as many more Negroes and other necessaries as sd money will pay for, to sd Ann, during her natural life, so that Ann can support and maintain herself and her children afd, without wasting the principal stock of negroes. After the death of Ann, the Negroes are to go to the afd grantors, to be equally divided between them. The legal estate of the afd Negroes and other things bought with the money afd, is vested in sd children of Ann, and the children shall have then upon the death of Ann. Signed - Mar 28, 1774 - James
      Scott, Thomas Stone before M.T. Stone, Richard Brown before Jno A. Clarke, James Scott before John Scott, G.R. Brown before James Wallace, Thomas Bond before Richard Brown. Recorded Sep 20, 1774.
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      Charles County Land Records 1782-1786; Liber Z#3; Page 35. Marriage Contract, recorded at the request of Richard Brown.
      Indenture Tripartite made this Oct 27, 1783 between Richard Brown of the 1st part, Katherine Hawkins of the 2nd part, and Isaac Campbell and Henry Smith Hawkins of the 3rd part.
      whereas a marriage is intended between sd Richard and sd Katherine, it is agreed that Katherine shall have and retain a full power over all the estate, both real and personal, that she is now possessed of, so that notwithstanding her coverture with sd Richard, she may at any time give and dispose of the same, by deed, will, or otherwise, and it agreed that whatever debts Katharine now owes, Richard may pay off out of the principal sum of Katharine's estate, and Katharine is to have and keep the increase of the Negroes and (the value of the debts afd deducted) the residue thereof with the increase afd, to be paid by sd Richard to her heirs if Richard survives Katharine, and in consideration of her thus retaining the power afd, Katharine agrees that she accepts the power over her own fortune in full compensation for whatever she otherwise might be entitled to as widow of the Richard out of his estate, if she survives him, either for her third part of his personal state or tenant and dower of any part of his real estate, and that she will not detain any part of the estate of Richard, except Richard shall, by his will, bequeath to Katharine any part of his estate. Katharine also agrees with sd Isaac Campbell and Henry Smith Hawkins that if Richard dies intestate, Katharine disclaims all right to any part of the estate of Richard, and administration of his personal estate to be committed to such persons as the law would have given it unto if no such marriage had ever been. For the true performance of the afd agreements, Richard and Katharine give bond of 5000 £sterling to sd Isaac Campbell and Henry Smith Hawkins, Signed - Richd Brown, Katherine Hawkins, Isc Campbell, Henry S. Hawkins, Wit - John N.
      Smoot, Wm B. Smoot, Thos Burgess. Recorded Oct 30, 1783.
      ===
      Prince William County, Virginia Deed Book W, 1784-1787, pp 315-316
      Pursuant to an Order of the Worshipful Court of the County aforesaid dated October Court 1785 in Company with ALEXANDER BROWN, ROBERT BROWN and WILLIAM EDWARD WIATTE Gent. Commissioners appointed and other we went on the land of the Revd ISAAC CAMPBELL deced. & by their direction we surveyed & divided it among his Six Sons & Four Daughters in the following manner; vist. Beginning at A a dead white Oak marked R C, then S. 9 E. 760 poles to B a place shown by WILLIAM JONES for a Corner on BROAD RUN, then up the Run and binding therewith to C an Oak in sd BROAD RUN side at the mouth of a Branch, then with a marked line N. 35 E 880 poles to D a Stump in the Road; shewn by said JONES for a corner thereof, then So 50 E. 156 poles to E no line nor corner, then S. 40 West 172 poles to F no line nor corner then S. 50 E. 160 poles to G no line nor corner; then N. 40 E. 110 poles to H neither line nor corner; then South 79 E 50 poles to the Beginning & containing 3348 acres of land Then laid of for the six Sons whose several divisions are expressed by the red lines & letter. (Lots numbers 1 through 6 are described by bounds); Next follows the Daughters Lotts No. 7 begins (Lotts numbers 7 through 10 are described by bounds; the lots of each Son contains 350 acres; the lots of each Daughter contains 312 acres);
      WILLIAM JONES Survey'd by
      EDWARD JONES ) Sworn men
      CORNELIUS KINCHELOE Surveyor of & the said WILLIAM imployed as Pilott Prince Wm. County Dec. 15,1785
      At a Court continued and held for Prince Wm. County the 4th day of April 1786
      This Division & report of the lands of the Revd, ISAAC CAMPBELL deced, among the several devicees was ordered to be recorded Test ROBERT GRAHAM, Cl Cur
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      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 &
      James Campbell.
      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.
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 400-146: BRIDGES: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - See Notes: Surveyed 7 May 1723 for Alexander McPherson in Zachia Swamp beginning at a bounded tree.: Conveyance notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, 50 Acres - William MacPherson from Alexander MacPherson; 14 Nov 1744,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 366-31: ST. STEPHENS COLEMAN: 300 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Caudle, John: 100 Acres - Keate, Elizabeth: Surveyed 19 Feb 1670 for Philip Coombes at a bound tree the bound tree of Francis Fernly: Conveyance notes - 100 Acres - Edward Caudle from John Caudle; 10 Feb 1743, 100 Acres - Benjamin Dent from Robert Caudle; 2 March 1749,, , , ,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 363-11: EVANS ADDITION: 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Dent, John: Surveyed 24 Jan 1670 for Edward Evans at a bound tree of a parcel of land formerly laid out for him and Edward Denberry.: Other Tracts Mentioned: DENTS INHERITANCE; Conveyance notes - Included into resurvey of DENTS INHERITANCE, folio 419, 19 Aug 1720,
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Port Tobacco: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 308-42: BETTYS DELIGHT: 150 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Hanson, John Sr. : 50 Acres - Theobalds, John: Surveyed 22 Oct 1670 for Thomas Cocker at a bound oak standing on the West side of Port Tobacco Creek near the main road.: Conveyance notes - Isaac Lemaster from Abraham Lemaster; 9 Sept 1721, 100 Acres - Abraham Harguis from John Lemaster; 3 Feb 1747
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 367-37: BETTYS DELIGHT: 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Lemaster, Abraham: Surveyed 22 Aug 1672 for Edward Evans at a bound black oak of Capt Boarman's near HALLS PLACE: Other Tracts Mentioned: HALLS PLACE; Conveyance notes - 200 Acres - Richard Lemaster from John Lemaster; 29 Sept 1727, 60 Acres - Thomas Higdon from Sarah Tennison; 9 June 1752
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      1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Newport: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 368-47: LUMBEY: 450 acres; Possession of - 225 Acres - Burch, Oliver: 225 Acres - Noe, John: Surveyed 31 Jan 1664 for Thomas Lomax on the North side the main swamp that falls into Piles fresh: Conveyance notes - 125 Acres - Thomas Dyson from John Noe; 27 Feb 1726, 100 Acres - John Ingram Twainbrook from John Noe; 25 Sept 1727,100 Acres - Edmund Murphy from John Ingram Twainbrook; 13 Nov 1728, 46 Acres - Sarah Noe from Thomas Dyson; 10 June 1729, 100 Acres - William Davis from Edmund Murphy; 24 March 1734, 112-1/2 Acres - Justinian Burch Jr. From Justinian Burch Sr.; 14 June 1743,

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    1. [S53] Early Families of Southern Maryland, Volume: 9.

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