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MARYLAND  RECORDS 

COLONIAL,  REVOLUTIONARY,  COUNTY 
AND  CHURCH 

FROM 

ORIGINAL  SOURCES 


BY 

GAIUS  MARCUS  BRUMBAUGH,  M.S.,  M.D.,  Litt.D. 
WASHINGTON,  D.  C. 


99  FACSIMILE   ILLUSTRATIONS 


VOLUME  II 


LANCASTER  PRESS,  INC. 

LANCASTER,  PA. 

1928 


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Copyright,  1928 
By  GAIUS  M.  BRUMBAUGH 

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PREFACE 

Volume  I  of  this  publication  appeared  in  191 5.  Since  that  time  there 
has  been  a  frequently  repeated  demand  for  the  publication  of  the  existing 
remainder  of  the  Maryland  Colonial  Census  of  1776,  and  the  same  is  here 
made  available  (pp.  79-230,  partly  in  facsimile).  The  other  facsimile 
records  of  West  St.  Mary's  Manor  (pp.  xi)  and  the  State  of  His  Lordship's 
Manors  (Frontispiece  and  pp.  4-78)  contain  the  names  and  ages  of  settlers 
of  yet  earlier  periods  and  all  these  records  will  be  found  valuable.  The 
Colonial  Census  and  the  Lord  Baltimore  records  are  so  large  in  size  and 
often  so  indistinct  in  preservation,  and  of  such  varying  construction,  that 
special  code  treatment  has  been  necessary.  A  careful  study  of  the  ex- 
planation given  at  the  beginning  of  each  of  these  sections  is  necessary  and 
will  quickly  enable  the  reader  to  understand  and  use  the  materials  as 
published. 

Many  of  the  names  of  the  Colonial  period  were  phonetically  and  other- 
wise poorly  spelled.  The  spellings  found  in  the  original  records  have  been 
followed  and  an  effort  to  assist  the  reader  is  made  throughout  the  com- 
prehensive index.  Page  184,  "Shurlotter  Mitchel"  is  evidently  Charlotte 
M  itchel ;  page  1 85 ,  "  Elexander  Larance  "is  probably  Alexander  Lawrence ; 
page  259,  Charles  "Ginings"  is  probably  Jennings;  etc.  The  searcher 
should  constantly  keep  in  thought  the  possible  phonetic  variations  of  the 
names  being  sought  in  the  index. 

Negative  and  positive  photostatic  copies  and  the  original  records  them- 
selves, and  a  reading  glass,  were  used  in  preparing  this  volume.  In  cases 
of  extreme  importance  to  the  reader,  or  of  doubt  as  to  the  published 
spelling,  it  may  be  well  to  refer  to  the  original  record  the  location  of  which 
is  usually  mentioned  throughout  the  volume.  Photostatic  copies  of  many 
of  these  original  records  may  be  obtained  from  the  Maryland  Historical 
Society,  custodian  of  the  State  Archives,  or  from  the  author. 

The  last  section  of  page  136,  as  deciphered  by  means  of  a  reading  glass 
appears  to  be: 

James  Mather 53     Mary  Mather 20 

Jemimah  (?)  Mather 57     Jeremiah  Mather — 

Michael  Alather 25     Darby  Dwur 40 

Thomas  Mather 23     Lucy  Morgan,  Svts 25 

The  indistinct  portion  of  page  300  has  been  supplied  on  page  308. 
The  number  of  times  a  name  appears  upon  a  given  page  is  often  indicated 
thus:  "  (2)."     However,  it  is  well  to  glance  through  the  entire  page  as  the 


vi  PREFACE 

name  may  appear  as  "Sr."  and  "Junr."  yet  be  indexed  only  once  on  the 
page.  The  reader  will  be  much  interested  in  tracing  the  same  person 
through  several  classes  of  records  at  different  ages  of  the  person. 

Numerous  co-workers  who  secured  and  suggested  important  source 
records  for  this  volume  since  its  preparation  began,  have  passed  to  the 
other  life,  and  it  is  a  pleasure  to  record  full  appreciation  for  their  assistance. 
The  Right  Reverend  Alfred  Harding,  D.D.,  Bishop  of  Washington, 
mentioned  in  the  Preface  to  Vol.  I,  ga\e  direction  to  my  first  researches 
and  frequently  expressed  his  continued  interest  and  approval.  The  "Broad 
Creek  Records,"  etc.,  are  as  a  result  ready  for  publication  in  Vol.  III. 
Governor  Edwin  W'arfield  who  died  in  April,  1920,  and  who,  as  President 
of  the  Md.  Historical  Society,  placed  many  of  its  historical  treasures  at 
my  disposal.  Mr.  James  Walter  Thomas  kindly  and  freely  granted 
copyright  use  (p.  208)  from  his  important  "Chronicles  of  Maryland." 
Mr.  George  W.  Hodges  carefully  transcribed  the  Anne  Arundel  Co. 
Marriages  (p.  415)  and  the  Worcester  Parish  Records  (p.  579),  and  the 
late  Dr.  \A'm.  Tayloe  Snyder  materially  assisted  in  securing  various 
Episcopal  Church  Records. 

Among  the  numerous  living  helpers  it  is  a  pleasure  to  acknowledge  the 
cooperation  of  the  officers  of  the  Maryland  Historical  Society,  and  especially 
the  continuous  interest  and  active  assistance  of  Mr.  Charles  Fickus,  acting 
Librarian,  and,  recently,  of  Dr.  J.  Hall  Pleasants,  Chairman  of  its  Publica- 
tion Conunittee.  Mr.  Francis  Barnum  Culver,  Registrar  General,  N.  S. 
Sons  of  American  Revolution,  and  also  prominent  officer  in  various  other 
national  patriotic  societies,  has  closely  followed  the  progress  of  the  work 
and  has  kindly  written  the  Introduction.  Mr.  Arthur  Sullivan  Browne, 
Register  of  Rock  Creek  Parish  has  shown  his  active  cooperation  through- 
out the  years,  and  the  materials  to  be  published  in  Vol.  Ill  will  more  fully 
show  the  results  of  his  interest.  To  all  those  mentioned  and  to  the  various 
other  Church  and  County  officers  and  to  all  the  friends  who  have  assisted 
in  making  this  volume  possible,  including  my  wife  who  extensively  assisted 
in  the  preparation  of  the  index,  and  to  the  Lancaster  Press,  Inc.,  printers, 
I  express  most  cordial  thanks. 


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Washington,  D.  C, 
January  ii,  1928. 


INTRODUCTION 

Men  generally  are  satisfied  with  a  superficial  brand  of  knowledge  and 
usually  that  knowledge  is  confined  to  a  few  subjects  of  common  interest. 
Their  attitude  is  based  for  the  most  part  upon  the  practical  value  of  ma- 
terial things,  and  whatever  seems  less  likely  to  yield  profit  or  personal 
advantage  is  consistently  ignored. 

There  are  some  minds  however,  which  delight  in  probing  beneath  the 
surface  and  in  exploring  neglected  by-paths  in  search  of  hidden  treasures. 
For  those  who  are  so  inclined,  the  Maryland  Historical  Society  of  Balti- 
more provides  a  fertile  field,  a  veritable  mine  of  historical  lore. 

In  this  volume  of  Maryland  Records  and  in  the  volume  which  preceded 
it,  Dr.  Gaius  M.  Brumbaugh,  the  compiler  and  author,  has  culled  from  a 
mass  of  material  in  the  Society's  possession,  and  from  numerous  other 
original  sources,  a  prodigious  amount  of  data  heretofore  little  known  and 
not  generally  accessible. 

The  contents  of  this  work  are  remarkably  interesting  and  valuable  in 
every  respect;  particularly,  from  the  genealogical  view-point.  An  examin- 
ation of  the  Table  of  Contents  of  this  volume  will  show  how  extensive  the 
field  is,  and  a  study  of  the  text  will  reveal  a  discerning  and  discriminating 
sense  on  the  part  of  the  compiler. 

The  lists  of  Maryland  marriages,  the  transcripts  of  the  church  records 
of  various  counties  of  the  State,  the  census  reports  of  the  inhabitants,  the 
data  from  the  early  Rent  Rolls  and  Land  Books,  and  perhaps  most  in- 
teresting to  patriotic  societies,  the  section  devoted  to  Maryland  Revolu- 
tionary War  pensioners,  constitute  a  collection  of  historical  material  which 
will  make  Dr.  Brumbaugh's  work  indispensable  as  a  book  of  reference. 
A  voluminous  index  adds  to  the  value  of  the  whole. 


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Washington,  D.  C, 
December  17,  1927. 


Contents  of  Volume  II 


Preface v 

Introduction vii 

Contents ix 

West  St.  Mary's  Manor  (Facsimiles) xi 

State  of  His  Lordship's  Manor,  1766,  1767,  1768  and  Frontispiece 1-78 

Kent  County,  1766  (I);   November,  1766  (II);    1766  (III) 4-14 

Anne  Arundel  County,  1767,  1770 17-  22 

Charles  County,  Calverton  Manor,  i  767 23 

Pangaiah  Manor,  January,  1768 28 

Zachaiah  Manor,  February,  1768 29 

Dorchester  County,  Nanticoke  Manor,  November,  1767 35 

Gunpowder  Manor,  March,  1767 39 

Frederick  County,  Conegocheague  Manor,  1767,  1768 43-  48 

MoNocACY  Manor,  1767,  April,  1768 51-  60 

St.  Mary's  County,  Beaverd.\m  Manor,  March,  1768 63-  68 

Chaptico  Manor,  January,  1768 68-  71 

Mill  Manor,  January,  1768 72-  73 

Snow  Hill  Manor,  January,  1768 73-  74 

West  St.  Mary's  Manor,  February,  1768,  (See  ?) 74-  75 

Woolsey  Manor,  December,  1767 75-  78 

Census  of  1776 79-230 

Caroline  County,  Bredge  Town  Hundred 79-  85 

Dorchester  County,  Nantacoake  Hundred 87-  96 

Straight's  Hundred 97-102 

Transquakin  Hundred 102-1 10 

Harford  County,  Broad  Creek  Hundred 113-118 

Bush  River  Lower  Hundred  (Facsimiles) 121-137 

Spesutia  Lower  Hundred  (Facsimiles) 141-158 

Deer  Creek  Lower  Hundred 159-167 

Harford  Lower  Hundred 168-174 

Susquehannah  Hundred 174-194 

Queen  Ann's  County,  Town  Hundred 197-205 

Upper  Hundred,  Kent  Island 205-208 

Wye  Hundred  (Facsimiles) 209-214 

Talbot  County,  Bay  Hundred 217-222 

Mill  Hundred 223-228 

Tuckahoe  Hundred 228-230 

Oaths  of  Fidelity  and  Support 233-308 

Harford  County 233-248 

Prince  George's  County  (Facsimiles) 251-308 

Early  Maryland  Naturalizations,  Kilty's  L.wvs 311-313 

Revolutionary  War  Pensions,  Kilty's  Laws,  Some  Original  Commissions,  etc.. . .  314-411 


X  CONTENTS  OF  VOLUME  II 

Marriage  Records 415-598 

Anne  Arundel  County 415-487 

Charles  County 488-497 

Frederick  County 497-513 

Montgomery  County 513-522 

Washington  County 522-534 

St.  Mary's  County 535-536 

Ministerial  Records  of  Prince  George's  Parish,  Montgomery  County: — 

Baptisms,  Marriages,  Funerals 539-571 

Tombstone  Records,  Trinity  Church,  St.  Mary's  City 572-579 

St.  Martin's  Records,  Worcester  Parish,  Worcester  County 579-589 

Worcester  County  Marriages 590-595 

Maryland  and  Delaware  Marriages,  Rev.  George  Moore,  1789-1810 595-598 

Index 599 


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<'State  of  His  Lordship's  Manors,"   1766,  1767, 
1768.      Rent  Rolls — Partial  Census 

"Frederick  the  sixth,  last  Lord  Baltimore,  was  born  Feb.  6,  1731/2. 
His  guardians,  during  the  brief  period  of  his  minority  which  remained 
after  his  succession  to  the  title,  were  John  Sharpe,  Esq.,  a  barrister,  and 
the  Right  Honorable  Arthur  Onslow,  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Commons."  * 

" ,  Frederick,  it  was  admitted,  enjoyed  from  this  heritage  at  the 

time  of  his  marriage  in  1753  [to  Lady  Diana  Egerton,  who  d.  Aug.  1758] 
a  yearly  revenue  of  £9,500,  and  at  the  time  of  his  death  in  1771,  the 
amount  had  increased  to  £12,000."  f 

Mr.  Arthur  Trader,  C.  C.  Land  Commissioner's  Office,  Annapolis,  Md., 
writes:  "We  have  never  published  a  list  of  Manors  as  recorded  in  our 
records,  as  the  office  has  always  considered  them  to  be  private  estate  of 
the  Lords  Baltimore,  and  would  properly  belong  to  the  separate  estate  of 
the  Proprietary." 

"All  of  these  lands  were  either  sold  by  private  sale,  before  the  Revolu- 
tion, or  by  the  Intendent  of  the  Revenue,  as  confiscated  British  property. 
They  were  not  sold  under  their  Manor  names,  but  as  seated  farm  lands." 

The  following  reports  are  carefully  prepared  for  printing  from  photo- 
static copies  of  the  original  unbound  and  much  worn  record  book,  extend- 
ing across  2  pp.  each  12V2"  X  17V2",  and  from  a  few  separate  sheets. 
It  has  seemed  impractical  to  here  reproduce  these  large  sheets  in  facsimile, 
and  they  represent  the  discoveries  to  date  amongst  the  historical  treasures 
of  this  character  in  the  Maryland  Archives.  They  are  published  through 
the  cooperation  and  courtesy  of  the  Maryland  Historical  Society. 

Abbreviations  Adopted  for  Column  Headings  to  Conserve  Space. 

[i],  [2],  etc. — "No.  of  Lot  or  Plat."  (K) — "Price  per  Acre." 

(A) — "Date  of  Lease."  (L) — "On  What  Lives  or  Term  of 

(B) — "To  Whom  Leased."  Years,"  "now  held." 

(C) — "No.  of  Acres."  (M) — "Ages  of  the  Persons  men- 

(D) — "Tenant  in  Pofsefsion."  tioned   in   the   Lease   &   other 

(E) — "Annual  Rent."  remarks." 

(F) — "Alien\  Fine,"  "Fines  Due."  (M  ^ ) — "Incumbrances    or    Lives 

(G) — "QuaHty  of  the  Land."  and  Ages." 

(H) — "  Improvements." 

*  "The  Lords  Baltimore  and  the  Maryland  Palatinate"  Clayton  Colman  Hall,  p.  162. 
t  Ibid.,  pp.  166,  167. 
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MARYLAND   RECORDS 


Note: 

"  Dead  "  and  "  Expired,"  wherever  written  in  "  (M)  "  appear  in  a  hand- 
writing different  from  the  excellent  writing  of  the  various  reports. 

The  ages  of  the  Lessees,  see  "  (L),"  "  (M),"  (M  ^ ),  appear  to  be  calcu- 
lated as  for  1766,  1767,  1768,  as  given  on  each  Manor  List.  This  is 
valuable  genealogical  source  material.     G.  M.  B. 

Summary  of  the  State  of  Lord  Baltimore's  Mannours,  i766-'68. 

The  half  sheets  12  X  19V4  in  great  detail  present  the  report  of  Hor°. 
Sharpe  and  Danl.  Dulany. 

"Bills  of  Exchange  Remitted" 

1766,  Nov.  I,  By  the  Ship  Baltimore 
November  20,  By  the  Ship  Matthias 
December  7,  By  the  Ship  Brandon 

1767,  March  11,  By  the  Ship  Leeds 
June  14,  By  the  Ship  Elizabeth 
July  30,  By  the  Ship  Betsey 

Sept.  3,  By  the  Ship  S 

Sept.  14,  By  the  Ship  Neptune 
Sept.  15,  By  the  Ship  Samuel 
Novem.  2,  By  the  Baltimore  Packet 
Novem.  24,  By  the  Ship  Lord  Legonier, 

1768,  Apr.  19,  By  John  Morton  Jordan,  Esq"' 

Total 


Sterling. 

107. 

13- 

9 

125. 

4- 

9 

49- 

4- 

iV 

3- 

9- 

0 

27. 

0. 

0 

71- 

2. 

0 

46. 

14. 

5 

1766. 

14. 

9V 

15- 

8. 

9V4 

1363. 

18. 

57 

284. 

II. 

6V4 

2569. 

3- 

iiV^ 

6510. 

5- 

67 

This  report  covers  a  total  of  £10,341. 
nours"  in  the  order  as  reported:  * 


14.  5  and  the  following  "Man- 


Ann  Arundel, 

Conegocheague, 

Queen  Anne, 

Gunpowder, 

Chaptico, 

Collington, 

Calverton, 

Kent, 

Beaverdam, 

Zachariah, 

Nanticoke, 

West  St.  Mary's, 


io,68o'/8  acres. 
11,586  acres. 

6,000  a. 

7.26578  a. 
18,546  a. 

1,29778  a. 

7,230  a. 

8,000  a. 

7,680  a. 

9,637  a. 

5-449  a. 

3,091  a. 


*  Those  desiring  further  details  are  referred  to  the  originals  preserved  by  the  Maryland  His- 
torical Society,  which  kindly  furnished  the  photostatic  copies  from  which  these  records  are  taken. 


RENT   ROLLS— PARTIAL   CENSUS 


Mill, 
Woolsey, 
Snow  Hill,       1 
St.  John's,        j- 
St.  Barbara's,  j 
Manockacy, 
North  East, 
Elk, 

Wecomico, 
My  Ladys, 


2,696  a. 
3,i3iV8a. 

982V8. 


Plat  not  yet  returned. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Not  yet  surveyed. 

..-_, j^,  Suit  depending  about  this. 

Connaught,  This  is  the  Man^  that  was  granted  Col°.  Talbot. 
Woolcote,  200  a.  Cut  off  by  the  Div-isional  Line. 
White  Plains,  812  a.  Escheat. 
Abbington,  109  a.  Escheat. 

Total    contents    on    Survey    114,63378    a.; — Quantity    now   for   Sale 
69,73678  a.;  Quantity  Sold,  17,01574  a.  for  18341.  14.  5;  etc. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  in  Kent  County, 
1766.      (I) 

[12].  (A)  1731,  Sept'.  9**".;  (B)  John  Keeting;  (D)  William  Keeting; 
(C)  100;   (E)  o.  10.  o;    (L)  William  &  ]\Iar>'  Keeting. 

[36].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Samuel  Norris;  (D)  Rachel  Hynson;  (C)  56; 
(E)  o.  5.  7V2;  (L)  Sam'.  &  Rich"*.  Norris.  This  Lease  was  for  95  acres, 
39  acres  of  which  runs  into  other  lands. 

[48].  Sept'.  29;    (B)  Rebecca  Taylor;    (D)  Bartus  Finer;    (C) 

133;    (E)  o.  13.  4;   (L)  Bartus  Finer. 

[11].  (A)  1738,  Nov.  7;  (B)  James  Wallace;  (D)  John  Beesley;  (C) 
64;    (E)  o.  6.  6;    (L)  Mary  Beesley. 

[41].  (A)  1742,  June  5;  (B)  Anthony  Camron;  (D)  John  Maxwell; 
(C)  130;    (E)  o.  13.  o;    (L)  William  Maxwell  &  And".  Jemison. 

[47].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Burgan;  (D)  William  Merrit;  (C)  30;  (E) 
o.  3.  o;    (L)  James  &  Benjamin  Burgin. 

[54^.  (A)  ,  July  9;    (B)  John  Greenwood;    (D)  John  Greenwood; 

(C)  98;  (E)  o.  9.  II ;  (L)  John  Greenwood,  Sen'.  [&  Joseph  Greenwood  is 
crossed  out^. 

[4].  (A) ,  Aug*.  20;   (B)  John  Cove;   (D)  William  Waters;  (C)  96; 

(E)  o.  9.  7V2;  (L)  Elizabeth  Cove  &  Job  Cove,  Jun'.  [Crossed  out  "John 
Job  Cove,  quere  if  all  alive."] 

[42].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Isaac  Ridgrave;  (D)  Isaac  Ridgrave;  (C)  134; 
(E)  o.  13.  6;    (L)  Isaac  Ridgrave,  Jun'.,  Danniell  [?]  &  Eliz:    Ridgrave. 

[25].  (A)  1744,  July  26;  (B)  Tho».  Ferkins;  (D)  Tho».  Ferkins;  (C) 
140;   (E)  o.  14.  o;    (L)  Tho'.  &  Isaac  Ferkins  &  Mathias  Harris. 

[46].  (A)  1743,  Feby.  6;  (B)  John  Fage;  (D)  Rob*.  Maxwell;  (C)  11; 
(E)  o.  I.  i;  (L)  William  Thornton  [Crossed  out  but  legible]  "Lessor 
removed  from  ■ — —  29,  1762  or  21  years. 

[46].  (A)  1745,  June  10;  (B)  John  Fage;  (D)  Ditto;  (C)  30;  (E)  o.  3. 
o;    (L)  Jeremiah  Luther  "Burchmall." 

[46].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Fage;  (D)  Ditto;  (C)  50;  (E)  o.  5-  o;  (L) 
Aquilla  &  Mary  Fage. 

[30].   (A)  Dec.  20;    (B)  John  Cleaves;    (D)  John  Cleaves;    (C) 

400;    (E)  2.  o.  o;    (L)  John  Cleaves. 

[18].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Wallace,  Sen'.;  (D)  Fhil  Warner;  (C)  53; 
(E)  o.  5.  4;    (L)  John  Wallace,  Jun'. 

[5].  (A)  1746,  April  18;  (B)  Geo.  Garnet;  (D)  Dennis  "Thahon" 
[Shahon?];  (C)  114;  (E)  o.  11.  5;  (L)  George  Thomas  &  George  Garnet, 
Jun'. 


STATE   OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  5 

[2].   (A)  Sep^  29;    (B)  William  Walls;    (D)  Henry  Bodien;    (C) 

114;  (E)o.  II.6;  (L)  William  &  Sam  I.Walls. 

CssH-   (A)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  James  Greenwood;    (D)  Sam'.  Groome; 

(C)  160;    (E)  o.  16.  o;    (L)  Jane  Greenwood. 

[31].  (A.)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  Eliz:    Hickman;    (D)  Tho».  Gilbert;    (C) 

90;    (E)  o.  9.  o;    (L)  John  &  Eliz:   Hickman. 

[46].   (A) .Ditto;   (B)  Eliz:  Hickman;   (D)  Robert  Maxwell ;   (C) 

15V4;    (E)  o.  I.  7V4;    (L)  John  &  Eliz:   Hickman. 

[3].  (A)  1747,  April  7;  (B)  Henry  Brooke;  (D)  Henry  Bodun;  (C) 
184;  (E)  o.  18.  5;  (L)  Robert  Peacock  [&  Mary  Brooks,  quere  Mary 
Brooke,  stricken  out]. 

[16].  (A)  ,  May  15;    (B)  Sarah  Dier;    (D)  Ditto;    (C)  90;    (E)  o. 

9.  o;    (L)  Tenant  at  will. 

[No.  37].  (A)  1753,  April  ID'";  (B)  William  Walls;  (D)  William  Walls; 
(C)  120;    (E)  o.  12.  0;    (L)  Elizabeth,  Samuel  &  Eliz:  Walls,  Jun^ 

[10].  (A)  1747,  May  15;  (B)  John  Graham;  (D)  John  Graham;  (C) 
31 ;    (L)  John  &  James  Graham. 

[57].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Suttor  [?]  Burger;  (D)  John  Burger;  (C)  13; 
(E)  o.  1.4;  (L)  One  Life  Sarah  Burger  ["Two  Lives  John  Moris  Burger  &" 
are  stricken  out].     "Lease  18  acres." 

[263.  (A)  1743,  Aug'.  5;  (B)  John  Shawhan;  (D)  John  Shawhan;  (C) 
130;    (E)  o.  13.  o;    (L)  John,  Elizabeth  &  John  Shawhan,  Jun^ 

[51].  (A)  1748,  Jan".  25;  (B)  Mary  Dining;  (D)  Annas  Glenn;  (C) 
100;    (E)  o.  10.  o;    (L)  Mary,  James  &  John  Dining. 

[40].   (A)   1 75 1,  May  9;    (B)  Susannah  Hudson;    (D)  J  Jobson; 

(C)  83;    (E)  o.  8.  4;    (L)  Moses  &  Mary  Hudson. 

[28].   (A)  Ditto;    (B)  James  Hudson;    (D)  Hudson;    (C)  50;    (E) 

o.  5.  o;    (L)  Moses  &  Sarah  Hudson,  "quere." 

[44].  (A)  ,  October  24;    (B)  John  Tilden;    (D)  W  Tilden; 

(C)  190;    (E)  I.  I.  o;    (L)  William  Blay  Tilden  &  John  Withered. 

[38].  (A)  1752,  Aug'.  20;  (B)  Peirce  Lamb;  (D)  Peirce  Lamb;  (C) 
197;   (E)  o.  19.  8;    (L)  Peirce,  George  &  John  Lamb. 

[11].  (A)  1753,  Feb",  i;    (B)  John  Maxwell;    (D)  Maxwell;    (C) 

;   (E)  o.  4.  10^4 ;   (L)  John  &  Rob'.  Maxwell,  Jun^  &  Rob'.  Maxwell, 

younger. 

[29].  (A) ,  April  20;   (B)  John  Maxwell;   (D)  John  Maxwell;   (C) 

200;    (E)  I.  o.  0;    (L)  James  [torn]. 

[50].   (A)  ,  April  6;    (B)  Robert  Guy;    (D)  Robert  Guy;    (C)  80; 

(E)  o.  8.  o;   (L)  Robert,  Penelope  &  John  Guy,  Son  of  Rob'. 

[20].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Graham;  (D)  John  Graham;  (C)  142;  (E) 
o.  14.  3;    (L)  John,  James  &  Andrew  Graham. 

[49].   (A) .April  10;   (B)  Andrew  Hynson;   (D)  Bartus  Finer;   (C) 

38;    (E)  o.  3.  972;    (L)  Andrew,  Sarah  &  Thomas  Hynson. 


6  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KENT   COUNTY 

[19].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Ebenezer  Reyner;  (D)  Ebenezer  Reyner;  (C) 
360;  (E)  I.  16.  o;  (L)  Eben^  Reyner  [Amilia  &  Maynard  are  stricken 
out]. 

[46].  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Page;  (D)  Robert  Maxwell;  (C)  146;  (E) 
o.  14.  6;   (L)  Aquilla  Page. 

[46].  (A)  ,  August  10;    (B)  John  Page;    (D)  Ditto;    (C)  25;    (E) 

o.  2.  6;    (L)  Aquilla  &  Mary  Page. 

[51].  (A)  1753,  April  id;  (B)  Mary  Thear;  (D)  Annas  Glenn;  (C)  15; 
(E)  0.  2.  o;   (L)  Richard  &  John  Scago  &  Lessee. 

[43]-  (A)  1747,  June  25;  (B)  William  Rasin;  (D)  Wm.  Wothered; 
(C)  230;   (E)  I.  3.  o;   (L)  William  &  John  Wothered. 

[17].  (A)  1740,  Nov^  6;  (B)  Corn=.  Rain;  (D)  Jacob  Falkner;  (C) 
79;  (E)  o.  7.  11;  (L)  Lives  unknown,  gone  away  many  years  ago  Lives 
Com=.  Rain  &  Joseph  &  Ruth  his  Son  &  Daughter.  Com^  Rain  seen 
ab°.  2  years  ago. 

[6].  (A)  1745,  Dec  20;  (B)  John  Gilbert;  (D)  John  Gilbert;  (C) 
180V2 ;  (E)  o.  19.  8V2 ;  (L)  John  &  Thos  Gilbert  &  Sam.  Merrit.  Leased  for 
200  acres  but  by  order  of  the  agent  resurveyed  &  found  to  contain  180^/2 
acres. 

[30].  (A)  1735,  Sep'.  i»».;  (B)  Job  Cove  [Cave?];  (D)  John  Gleaves; 
(C)  50;  (E)  o.  5.  o;  (L)  Lives  unknown,  gone  away  many  years  ago, 
supposed  to  be  Dead. 

[9]-  (A)  1746,  June  7;  (B)  Henry  Spencer;  (D)  Sarah  Mullin;  (C)  24; 
(E)  o.  2.  5;   (L)  Tenant  at  will. 

[13].   (A)  1760,  Aug'. ;   (B)  JohnW^allace;   (D)  John  Wallace;   (C) 

104;    (E)  I.  0.  10;    (L)  John  &  Mary  Wallace  «&  Ja\  Graham. 

[53].   (A)  ,  Aug.  12;    (B)  Francis  Lamb;    (D)  Francis  Lamb;    (C) 

214;    (E)  2.  2.  10;    (L)  Francis,  John  &  Tho».  Lamb. 

[54].   (A)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  John  Greenwood;    (D)  John  Greenwood; 

(C)  5;  (E)  o.  0.  11;  (L)  John  Greenwood,  Sen'.  John  Greenwood,  Jun'.  & 
Fc  CJo?]  Greenwood  son  of  John,  Jun'.  The  last  Life  gone  away,  not 
been  found. 

[i].   (A)  ■ ,  Aug'.  14;    (B)  Tho».  Perkins;    (D)  Isaac  Perkins;    (C) 

62;    (E)  o.  12.  6;    (L)  Isaac  Perkins,  John  Brooks  &  Sam'.  Mansfield. 

[7].   (A) ,  Ditto;    (B)  John  Wallace;    (D)  Philip  Warner;    (C)  13; 

(E)  o.  2.  6;    (L)  John  &  Francis  Wallace,  Sons  of  Lessee. 

[24].   (A)  ,  Aug'.  18;    (B)  Hezekiah  Cooper;    (D)  Hez\  Cooper; 

(C)  170;  (E)  I.  14.  o;  (L)  Hez''.  &  Peregrine  Cooper  their  son.  [Ft 
appears  likely  that  Mary  Cooper  is  written  above  "&"  and  is  crossed  out. 
"Wm  Jones"  is  also  crossed  out]. 

[14].   (A)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  Hannah  Billis;    (D)  Alphonso  Cornegys; 

(C)  30;  (E)  o.  6.  o;  (L)  Lives  in  Being,  unknown,  ["all  alive,"  in  different 
handwriting]. 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  7 

[No.  8].  (A)  ,  Aug*.  19;    (B)  George  Little;    (D)  George  Little; 

(C)  195;   (E)  I.  19.  0;    (L)  George,  Mary  his  wife  &  Ann  Little. 

[No.  8].  (A)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  George  Little;    (D)  Ditto;    (C)  9;    (E) 

o.  2.  o;   (L)  Same  Lives. 

[6].  (A)  1760,  Aug'.  14*^;  (B)  John  Gilbert;  (D)  John  Gilbert;  (C) 
18;   (E)  o.  4.  o;   (L)  John,  Ann  &  John  Gilbert,  Jun^ 

[33]-  (A.)  1764,  Feby.  18;  (B)  Stephen  Dening;  (D)  Stephen  Dening; 
(C)  86;    (E)  o.  17.  4;    (L)  21  years.     84  acres  in  all. 

[22].  (A)  1763,  Sept'.  10;  (B)  John  Wallace;  (D)  John  Wallace;  (C) 
163;    (E)  I.  12.  7V2;   (L)  21  years. 

[35].  (A)  1764,  Feb''.  18;  (B)  John  Day;  (D)  Bartus  Finer  Guard",  of 
J.  Day;    (C)  141;    (E)  i.  8.  3;    (L)  21  years. 

[34].   (A)  ,  Ditto;    (B)  Arim\  Day;    (D)  Bartus  Finer;    (C)  121; 

(E)  I.  4.  3;    (L)  21  years. 

[27].   (A) ,  March  2''.;   (B)  John  Hudson;   (D)  Ruth  Hudson;   (C) 

62;    (E)  o.  12.  5V2;    (L)  21  years. 

[23].   (A)  ,3d;    (B)  John  Graham;    (D)  John  Graham;    (C)  18V4; 

(E)  o.  3.  9;    (L)  21  years. 

[52].   (A) ,  June  9;   (B)  George  Lamb;   (D)  George  Lamb;   (C)  57; 

(E)  o.  II.  6;    (L)  21  years. 

[15]-  (A)  ,  Oct'.  24;    (B)  John  March;    (D)  John  March;    (C) 

247 V2;    (E)  2.  9.  6;    (L)  21  years. 

[ ].  (C)  6;   (E)  o.  I.  4;   (L)  Not  under  Lease,  Church  Land  p<*.  by 

the  Vestry. 

[39].  (A)  1747,  Aug',  i;  (B)  Robert  Hart;  (D)  Robert  Hart;  (C)  450; 
(E)  2.  5.  o;  (L)  Held  by  Robert  Hart  of  Cecil  County.  Terms  of  the 
Lease  not  known  to  the  Steward. 

Totals:   (C)  7015V2;   (E)  43-  I7-  19V2. 

[32].  (A)  1752,  April  i;  (B)  Beale  Bordley;  (D)  Said  Bordley;  (C) 
75;  (E)  o.  7.  6;  (L)  Said  Beale  Bordley,  Margaret  Beardley  &  Loyd 
Dulany. 


" Kent  County,  November,  1766."      (II) 

"This  Manor  Laid  off  May  i," .* 

(L)  William  Keeting  &  Mary  Keeting,  his  Son  &  Daughter;  (M) 
William  50  &  Mary  about  53  years  of  age.     Mary  Dead. 

(L)  Samuil  Norris  &  Richard  Norris;  (M)  Sam'.  ab°.  48  &  Richard  40. 
Leased  for  95  acres,  39  acres  in  other . 

(L)  Bartus  Finer;  (M)  Bartus  Finer  47 — assigned  Apr.  12,  1743. 
Capons  due. 

(L)  Rob'.  [?]  Jeremiah  &  John  Cove,  all  left  this  Frovince  many  years 
ago;    (M)  quere.  Alienations  due. 

(L)  Mary  Beesley,  Daughter  of  the  Lessee;  (M)  Mary  Beesley  aged 
about  30. 

(L)  Lessee,  Joseph  &  Ruth  Rain  his  Son  &  Daughter;  (M)  Father 
bought  from  John  Walls  &  Walls  from  the  Lessee,  no  assignment  from  the 
Lessee  to  Walls.     Lives  all  moved  to  Carolina  about  15  years  ago. 

(L)  William  Maxwell,  Son  of  Rob'.  &  Andrew  Jemeson;  (M)  Wm. 
Maxwell  47,  A.  Jemeson  30,  left  by  will  from  Camron  to  Maxw — . 

(L)  James  &  Benjamin  Burgan,  Sons  of  the  Lessee;  (M)  James  ab°.  25  & 
Benj''.  ab°.  24 — Vide  the  Date  of  the  Lease. 

(L)  Lessee;    (M)  Aged  upwards  of  70  years. 

(L)  Lessee,  Job  Cove  Jun'.  &  Eliz:  Cove;  (M)  Lives  all  left  the  Frovince 
quere  gone  &  if  Dead  or  Living. 

(L)  Damsell,  Eliz:  &  Isaac  Ridgrane,  Wife,  Son  &  Daughter  of  Lessee; 
(M)  Damsell  ab°.  50,  Eliz:   28,  Isaac  26. 

(L)  Lessee,  Elizabeth  his  Wife  &  John  Shawhon  his  Son ;  (M)  Lessee  51, 
wife  50  &  son  about  27. 

(L)  Lessee,  Isaac  Ferkins,  Son  of  Ebenezer  &  Mathias  Harris  (dead); 
(M)  Lessee  42  (Dead),  Isaac  Perkins  25,  &  Math'.  Harris  50. 

(L)  Aquila  Fage  &  William  Burchnell;  (M)  Aquila  Fage,  22,  Wm. 
Burchnell  30. 

(L)  Qejremiah  Luther  Burchnell;    (M)  Aged  about  30  years. 

(L)  John  Cleaves;   (M)  John  Cleaves  about  28. 

(L)  John  Wallace;  (M)  John  Wallace  about  22.  Dead  &  the  Land 
Sold. 

(L)  Lessee,  Thomas  &  George  Garnett  his  Sons;  (M)  Lessee,  60,  Dead, 
Thomas  30,  Dead,  George  28,  Quere  Fine.     2  Lives  Dead. 

(L)  Lessee  &  Samuel  Walls  his  Son;  (M)  Lessee  about  — .  Dead, 
Samuel  33.     Quere  Fine. 

*  But  the  right  half  of  the  record  survives, — torn  and  irregular.     See  Frontispiece. 

8 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  9 

(L)  Jane  Greenwood;  (M)  Aged  25  yrs.  Assign''.  ^'^  Feby.  1755, 
Consideration  £20 . 

(L)  John  «&  Elizabeth  Hickman,  Son  &  Daughter  of  Lessee;  (M)  John 
25,  Eliz:   ab°.  30,  quere  Fine. 

(L)  Same  Lives. 

(L)  Tenant  at  will. 

(L)  Robert  Peacock  Jun'.  &  Mary  Brooks;  (M)  Peacock  ab°.  23,  Mary 
Brooks  abo Dead,  Bodier  Guard,     i  Life  dropt. 

(L)  Tenant  at  will. 

(L)  Lessee  &  his  Son  James  Graham. 

(L)  John  Morris  Burgan  &  Sarah  Burgan;  (M)  J.  M.  Burgan  Dead. 
Lives  both  under  30.     N.  B.  Lease  mentions  18  acres. 

(L)  William  Wethered  &  John  Wethered. 

(L)  Lessee  &  his  Son,  James  Hart;  (M)  Lessee  about  60,  James  about 
30,  Dead. 

(L)  Lessee,  Thomas  Gilbert  &  Samuel  Merritt;  (M)  Lessee  ab°.  40, 
Thomas  30  &  Samuel  22,  Leased  for  200  acres  but  resuryey'd  &  contains 
only  180V2  by  order  of  the  Agent. 

(L)  Lessee  &  his  Sons  James  &  John  Deming;  (M)  Lessee  40  Dead, 
James  23,  John  21.  N.  B.  Glenn  holds  12  acres  on  his  lease  &  another  for 
15  acres. 

(L)  Moses  &  Mary  Hudson,  children  of  the  Lessee;  (M)  Moses  16, 
Mary  20,  by  assignment  consid".  £130 Capons  in . 

(L)  Moses  &  Sarah  Brother  &  Sister  of  the  Lessee;  (M)  Moses  16, 
Sarah  17. 

(L)  William  Blay  [May?]  Tilden  &  John  Wethered. 

(L)  Lessee,  Margaret  his  Wife  &  Loyd  Dulany. 

(L)  Lessee,  George  &  John  Lamb,  his  Brothers;  (M)  Lessee  34,  George 
30,  John  27. 

(L)  Lessee,  Robert  Maxwell  Son  of  Robert  &  Robert  Maxwell  Son 
of  Wm.;  (M)  Lessee  40,  Robert,  Son  of  Robert  30,  Robert,  Son  of 
Wm.  13. 

(L)  Lessee,  Penelope  his  Wife  &  John  Guy  his  Son;  (M)  Lessee  45, 
Penelope  40,  John  the  Son  16. 

(L)  John  Graham,  James  &  Andrew  his  Sons;  (M)  John  48,  Dead, 
James  24  Dead,  Andrew  21. 

(L)  Lessee,  Thomas  «&  Sarah  his  Children;  (M)  Lessee  40,  Thomas  30, 
Sarah  15.     Wrong  Information  abo.  Lives. 

(L)  Lessee  &  Emelia  Reyner  his  Daughter;    (M)  Lessee  40,  Emelia  18. 

(L)  Aquila  Page. 

(L)  Lessee,  Richard  &  John  Scaggs;  (M)  Mary  Thear  60;  Richard 
29,  John  25. 


lo  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KENT   COUNTY 

(L)  Lessee,  Robert  Maxwell,  Son  of  Rob'.  &  Robert  Maxwell,  Son  of 
Wm. ;    (M)  Lessee  40,  Rob'.  Son  of  Robert  30,  Robert  Son  of  Wm.  13. 

(L)  Elizabeth  his  Wife,  Samuel  his  Son  &  Elizabeth  his  Daughter; 
(M)  Wife  54,  Samuel  33,  Eliz:th  Daughter  23. 

(L)  Aquila  &  Mary  Page;    (M)  Aquila  22,  Mary  25. 

(L)  Lessee,  his  Wife  Mary  &  James  Graham;  (M)  Lessee  28,  his  Wife 
27,  James  Graham  25. 

(L)  Francis,  John  &  Thomas  Lamb;  (M)  Francis  78,  John  21,  Thomas 
10. 

(L)  Lessee,  John  his  Son  &  Joseph  the  Son  of  John  his  Son. 

(L)  "Isaac  Perkins,  Son  of  Eben^  John  Brooks,  Son  of  Philip  &  Sam'. 
Mansfield  Jun^" 

(L)  John  &  Francis  Wallace,  Sons  of  the  Lessee;  (M)  John  about  21 
Dead,  Francis  16. 

(L)  Lessee,  his  Wife  &  John  Gilbert  Son  of  Thomas;  (M)  Lessee  40, 
Wife  35,  John  Son  of  Thomas  13 . 

(L)  Lessee,  Martha  his  Wife  &  Son  Peregrine;  (M)  Lessee  37,  Wife  30 
Dead,  Son  very  Young. 

(L)  Lessee,  Peregrine  Cooper,  Son  of  Hez*".  &  James  Jones,  Son  of 
Peter;    (M)  Lessee  26,  the  others  very  young,  quere  Fine. 

(L)  Mary  his  Wife  &  Ann  his  Daughter;  (M)  Lessee  40,  Wife  50, 
Daughter  8. 

(L)  Term     of  twenty  one  years. 

(L)   Ditto;    (M)  Renewed  Lease. 

(L)  Ditto;  (M)  Stephen  Denning  hold  86  acres  &  M^  Wicks  an",  pay 
"U  Rev. 

(L)  Ditto.  [60].  (L)  Ditto.  [61].  (L)  Ditto.  [62].  (L)  Ditto. 
[63].  (L)  Ditto. 

(L)  Ditto.     [65].  (L)  Not  under  Lease.     Rent  p''.  by  the  Vestry. 

(L)  Cirtified  Septm'.  i6">.  1706;    (M)  Rented. 


"State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  in  Kent  County,"' 
1766.      (Ill)* 

[l].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  Ages  from  16  to  24;  (C)  62;  (G)  Good  Land,  but 
all  cleared  except  one  corner  where  remains  some  timber;  (H)  None; 
(K)  22/. 

[15.  5.  02].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  Ages  33  &  60;  (C)  114;  (G)  Good  Land,  but 
little  or  no  Timber — not  quite  so  good  as  No.  i ;  (H)  Of  no  great  value; 
(K)  25/6,  quere  Fine. 

[15.10.03].  (M  1)  I  Life,  age  23;  (C)  184;  (G)  Good  Land  equal  to  No. 
i;    (H)good;   (K)27/. 

[4].  (M  0  3  Lives,  left  the  province,  quere  2  alive;  (C)  96;  (G) 
Indifferent  Land,  Sandy  &  but  little  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  22/. 

[23.  9.  05].  (M  1)  I  Life,  Age  28  ["60"  and  "30"  are  crossed  out  "3 
Lives "3;  (C)  114;  Good  white  clay  land,  sandy,  something  better  than 
No.  4,  very  little  Timber;    (H)  good;    (K)  21/6,  quere  Fine. 

[6].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  40,  30  &  22;  (C)  180V2;  (G)  Rather  better  than 
No.  I,  very  little  Timber;   (H)  Pretty  good,     i  Life  only,  left  30  years. 

[6  do].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  40,  35,  13;  (C)  18;  (G)  As  good  as  No.  6, 
but  cleared  of  Timber;    (H)  Pretty  good;    (K)  for  both  [6]  &  [6  do]  24/. 

[7].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  ages  21  &  16;  (C)  13;  (G)  The  same  as  No  6, 
cleared  of  Timber ;    (H)  None. 

[8].  (M  0  3  Lives,  ages  40,  30  &  8 ;  (G)  About  9  acres  Timber,  equal  to 
No  6,  the  whol  quantity  of  little  value;    (K)  24/. 

[9].  (M  1)  None;  (C)  24;  (G)  Middling  good  Land,  but  Clear'd;  (H) 
None;    (K)  30/. 

[19.  I.  010].  (M  0  2  Lives,  Ages  50  &  25;  (C)  31 ;  (G)  Full  as  good  as 
No  6,  with  plenty  of  Timber  to  support  it;    (H)  None;    (K)  24/. 

[13.  9.  on].  (M  0  I  Life,  age  30;  (C)  64;  (G)  MiddUng  Land,  worn  & 
no  Timber;  (H)  i  dwell'g,  H".  20  X  30,  good  repair,  50  apple  trees;  (K) 
27/. 

[12].  (M  1)  I  Life,  age  50;  (C)  100;  (G)  Pretty  good  Land,  much  worn 
&  very  little  Timber;    (H)  Tollerably  good;    (K)  27/. 

[13].  (M  0  3  Lives,  ages  28,  27  &  25;  (C)  104;  (G)  Nearly  the  same 
as  No  12;    (H)  of  little  value;   (K)  23/6  Sold. 

[14].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  26,  22  &  10;  (C)  30;  (G)  Poor  Land  &  Httle  or 
no  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  20/  quere  Fine. 

*  Apparently  discriptive  of  the  first  list.  Note  the  agreement  of  acres  and  the  ages  for  "Lives" 
mentioned  in  the  leases. — G.  M.  B. 


12  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KENT   COUNTY 

[15].  (M  1)  18  years;  (C)  247V2;  (G)  Good  Land,  with  some  Timber 
equal  to  No  6;    (H)  very  good;    (K)  28/. 

[16].  (M  1)  None;  (C)  90;  (G)  Middling  Land,  with  a  small  parcel  of 
Wood;   (H)  None;   (K)  30/. 

[17^.  (M ')  Lives  gone  to  Carv'*.  15  years.  Leasd.  1740;  (C)  79;  Poor 
Land  &  Sandy,  no  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  24/2  Fines  due. 

[15.  II.  018].  (M  1)  I  Life,  age  22;  (C)  53;  (G)  Middling  Land,  with 
little  or  no  Timber;    (H)  none;    (K)  25/. 

[19].  (M  0  I  Life,  age  40;  (C)  360;  (G)  pretty  good  Land  with 
Timber  sufficient  &  some  Meadow;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  28/. 

[20].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  48,  24  &  21 ;  (C)  142;  (G)  poor  Land  &  very 
little  Timber;    (H)  of  very  little  value;    (K)  20/. 

[213.  (C)  484;  (G)  Bennetts  Bridge,  very  good  Land  &  plenty  of 
Timber;    (K)  31/6. 

[22].  (M  1)  17  years;  (C)  163;  (G)  Indifferent  Land  &  very  little 
Timber;   (H)  None;   (K)  24/.     3  acres  Sold  at  25/. 

[23].  (M  1)  17V2  years;  (C)  18^/4;  (G)  Middling  Land  &  no  Timber; 
(H)  of  very  little  value;    (K)  24/6.     Sold. 

[^24].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  ages  37,  10.  The  others  very  young.  (C)  170; 
(G)  very  Indifferent,  quere  Timber;    (H)  good;    (K)  20/. 

[25].  (M  0  3  Lives,  ages  42,  25  &  50;  (C)  140;  (G)  middling  Good 
Land  with  some  Timber;    (H)  of  no  great  value;    (K)  24/. 

[22.  10.  15.  26].  (M  ^)  3  Lives,  ages  51,  50  &  27;  (C)  130;  (G)  pretty 
good  Land,  but  scarce  of  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  25/6. 

[27].  (M  ')  1772  years;  (C)  62;  (G)  middling  good  Land  with  some 
Timber;    (H)  of  very  little  value;    (K)  25/. 

[28].  (M  0  2  Lives,  ages  16  &  17;  (C)  50;  (G)  poor  Land  &  no  Timber; 
(H)  I  small  old  Log  House;    (K)  21/. 

[29].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  40,  30  &  13;  (C)  200;  (H)  John  Maxwell's; 
(K)  26/6  together  with  No  41.     Sold. 

[14.  3.  030].  (M  ')  I  Life  age  28;  (C)  400;  (G)  Good  Land  with  some 
Timber  but  scarce  for  the  quantity;    (K)  27/6,  better  than  J.  Maxwell's. 

[Same  No].  (M  ^)  3  lives,  left  the  province  many  years;  (C)  50;  (G) 
Middling  Land,  much  worn  &  no  Timber;  (H)  for  these  two  tracts — of  no 
great  value;    (K)  28/6.  quere  alienations. 

[21.  II.  15.  31].  (M  0.  2  Lives,  ages  25  &  30;  (C)  90;  (G)  middling 
good,  but  worn  &  no  Timber;    (K)  23/.     quere  aliena.     Fine. 

[32].  (MO  J  [F?].  B.  Bordley,  wife  &  Loyd  Dulany;  (C)  75;  (G) 
Indifferent  &  broken  with  a  small  parcel  of  Timber;  (H)  of  very  little 
value;    (K)  20/6. 

C33II-  (^I  ')  17V2  years;  (C)  84;  (G)  poor,  having  been  much  worn  & 
little  or  no  Timber;    (H)  of  no  great  value;   (K)  24/. 


STATE   OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  13 

[34].  (M  0  17V2  years;  (C)  121;  (G)  middling  Land  with  some  little 
Timber;    (H)  pretty  good ;    (K)  26/. 

[35].  (M ')  17V2  years;  (C)  141;  (G)  pretty  good  Land,  with  some 
Timber;    (H)  of  very  little  Value;    (K)  27/. 

[15.  7.  15.  36].  (M  1)  2  Lives  38  &  40;  (C)  56;  (G)  Middling  Land  with 
some  Timber;   (H)  none;    (K)  24/. 

[26.8.22.37].  (M  0  3  Lives,  54,  33  &  23;  (C)  120;  (G)  Middling  Land 
with  very  little  Timber;    (H)  of  no  great  value;    (K)  iij. 

[38].  (M  0  3  Lives,  34,  30  «&  27;  (C)  197;  (G)  Good  Land  with  some 
Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  23/6. 

[39]-  (M  0  2  Lives,  ages  60  &  30;  (C)  450;  (G)  Middling  Land  with 
some  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  27/.     Tenanted  in  part. 

[40].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  16  «&  20;  (C)  83;  (G)  pretty  much  worn,  with  no 
Timber;    (G)  pretty  good ;    (K)  22/.     Sold  assigned.     Cons".  £130. 

[18.  20.  41].  (M  0  2  Lives,  ages  47  &  30;    (C)  130;   (H)  very  good. 

[41].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  40,  30  &  13;  (C)  49;  (H)  very  good.  (K)  26/6. 
This  and  the  previous  tract  with  No.  29  Sold. 

[25.  II.  042].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  50,  28  &  26;  (C)  134;  (H)  Middling  Land, 
with  some  Timber;    (K)  24/. 

[43].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  Wm.  &  Jn°.  Wethered  ab"  21  &  26;  (C)  230;  (G) 
Good  Land,  with  some  Timber;  (H)  i  Fram'd  Dwell'g  House  18  X  25, 
good  repair;    (K)  25/6. 

[44].  (M  1)  2  Lives,  Wm.  B.  Tilden  26  &  Jno.  Wethered  21;  (C)  190; 
(G)  Good  Land  with  some  Timber;  (H)  of  not  much  value;  (K)  25/6. 
Church  on  this  Land. 

[45ll-   (G)  Old  Land  called  Ivingo. 

[22.9.15.46].   (M  0  2  Lives,  ages  22  &  30;  (C)  30;  (K)  27/. 

[13.  9.  o.  46].  (M  1)  I  Life,  age  30,  (C)  50;  (H)  Rob*.  Maxwell's;  (K) 
28/. 

[21.  II.  15.  46].  (M  ^)  2  Lives,  25  &  30;  (C)  15^/4;  (H)  good  Improve- 
ments on  the  277^4  acres  but  on  what  part  not  distinguished;    (K)  27/. 

[15.  II.  o.  46].   (M  1)  I  Life,  age  abo.  22;    (C)  146;    (K)  28/. 

[23.  5.  15.  46].   (M  0  2  Lives,  ages  22  &  25;    (C)  25;    (K)  27/. 

[Same  No].  (M  i)  i6yrs.;   (C)  11;   (K)  28/. 

(G)   For  the  preceding  6  tracts  good  Land  with  some  Timber. 

[22.  II.  047].  (M  ^)  2  Lives,  ages  25  «&  24;  (C)  30;  (G)  Middling  Land 
&  very  Httle  Timber;  (H)  of  no  great  value;  (K)  23/.  vide  Date  of 
Lease. 

[8.  9.  048].  (M  1)  I  Life  47;  (C)  133;  (G)  Middling  good  Land  with 
some  Timber;    (H)  none;    (K)  26/.     Sold.     Fine  chag"*.  £5.  6.  8. 

[49].  (M  1)  3  Lives,  ages  40,  30  &  15,  vide  min.;  (C)  38;  (G)  Middling 
Land  &  some  Timber;    (K)  23/.     Sold.     Fine  chd.  o.  9.  6. 


14  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KENT   COUNTY 

[50].  (M  1).  3  Lives  45,  40  &  16;  (C)  80;  (G)  Middling  Land,  scarce 
any  Timber;    (H)  pretty  good;    (K)  23/. 

[29.  3.  15.  51].  (M  0  3  Lives,  40,  23  &  21.  N.  B.  a  man  Gleen  (?)  hold 
120  acres  by  the  plat  in  these  Leases;  (C)  100;  (G)  Middling  Land  but 
little  Timber;    (H)  of  not  much  value;    (K)  22/. 

[Ditto]  3  ditto,  60,  29  &  25;    (C)  15;   (G)  The  same;    (K)  22/. 

[52].  (M  0  17^/4  years;  (C)  57;  (G)  pretty  good  Land  with  Timber  to 
support;   (H)  good;   (K)  25/6. 

[53].  (M  1)  3  Lives  78,  27  &  10;  (C)  214;  (G)  Middling  good  Land, 
quere  Timber?;    (H)  very  good;    (K)  23/6. 

[26.  054].  (M  0  I  Life,  upwards  70;  (C)  98;  (G)  MiddHng  Land,  but 
very  little  Timber;    (H)  of  no  great  value;   (K)  28/6. 

[Same].  (M  ^)  3  Lives,  70,  50,  20;  (C)  5;  (G)  a  little  Branch  for  Water; 
(K)  28/6. 

[18.  I.  055]  (M  0  I  Life  age  25  years;  (C)  160;  (G)  pretty  good  but 
little  or  no  Timber;  (H)  of  no  great  value;  (K)  27/6.  Ap"*.  3"*  Feby. 
1755.  Cons".  £200. 

[56].   (G)  old  Land  calld.  Blays  Range. 

[16.  o.  057].  (M  0  I  Life  under  30;  (C)  13;  (G)  Medm.  Land  &  no 
Timber;    (H)  pretty  good. 

[Unnumbered].  (M  0  none;  (C)  6;  (G)  Church  Land.  Rent  pd.  by 
the  Vestry;    (H)  Church.     Included  in  No.  44. 

Total  acres  7554V2. 


ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 


"State  of  His  Lordship's  Manor  of  Ann  Arundel, 

1767" 

Lot  I.  (A)  March  25'\  1755;  (B)  William  Coale;  (C)  1143/4;  (D)  John 
Coale;  (E)  5-15-0;  (F)  ii-io-o;  (G)  12V2;  (H)  127V4;  (K)  John 
Coale. 

Lot  2.     (A) ;    (B)  Expired;    (C)  33V2;    (D)  George  Simmons;    (E) 

1-18-6;   (F)  3-17^;   (G) ;   (H)  45^/4;   (K)  Joseph  Hill. 

Lot  3.     (A) ;   (B)  Expired;   (C)  100;  (D)  John  Norris;   (E)  5-0-0; 

(F)  iOK)-o;   (G)  105V4;   (K) . 

Lot  4.     (A)  ;    (B)  Expired;    (C)  100;    (D)  Franklin  &  Gott;    (E) 

5-0-0;   (F)  lo-o-o;    (H)  1051/4;    (K)  Joseph  Hill. 

Lot  5.     (A)  ;    (B)  Expired;    (C)  59V2;    (D)   Benj^  Ward;    (E) 

2-19-6;    (F)  5-19-0;    (H)  57;   (K)  George  Simmons. 

Lot  6.  (A)  Dec.  io">  1747;  (B)  Henry  Hall;  (C)  112;  (D)  Isaac  Hall; 
(E)  4-4-0;   (G)  ifU;   (H)  140^8;   (K)  Isaac  Hall. 

Lot  7.     (A)  Feby.  6*'».  1746;  (B)  George  Stewart;  (C)  150;  (D)  Lessee; 

(E)  5-12-6;    (F) (H)  165V4;    (K)  George  Stewart. 

Lots.     (A)  Mch.  25,  1751;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  13;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  0-13-0; 

(F)  1-6-0  (K)  George  Stewart. 

Lot  9.  (A)  Jany.  &  Feb.  7,  1748;  (B)  Coale  &  Gott;  (C)  90;  (D) 
Walter  Gott;   (E)  3-7-6;   (F)  ^15-0;   (H)  82V2;   (K)  Walter  Gott. 

Lot  10.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1760;  (B)  Walter  Gott;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-0-0;   (F)  lo-o-o;   (G)  6;   (H)  106;   (K)  Walter  Gott. 

Lot  II.     (A)  Sept.  29">.  1755;    (B)  Robt.  Gott's  Exec".;    (C)  62V2; 

(D)  Walter  Gott;   (E)  3-2-6;   (F)  6-5;   (H)  57V4;   (K)  Walter  Gott. 
Lot  12.     (A)  Sept.  29*'>.  1755;    (B)  Isabella  Franklin;    (C)   100;    (D) 

Lessee;    (E)  5-0-0;    (F)  1 0-0-0;   (H)  98^4;   (K)  Stephen  Steward. 

Lot  13.  (A)  Sept.  29t\  1755;  (B)  Stephen  Love;  (C)  115;  (D)  John  & 
Ezekiel  Gott;    (E)  5-15^;    (F)  ii-io-o;    (H)  117V2;    (K)  Ezekiel  Gott. 

Lot  14.     (A)  Sept.  29*h.  1755;    (B)  Ezekiel  Gott;    (C)  78;    (D)  Lessee; 

(E)  3-18-0;   (F)  7-16-0;   (G)  6V2;   (H)  80V4;  Ezekiel  Gott. 

Lot  15.  (A)  Sept.  29*,  1761;  (B)  Ann  Thomas;  (C)  250;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1 2-1 0-0;    (F)  25-0-0  (H)  266;    (K)  John  Thomas. 

Lot  16.     (A) ;  (B)  Stewards  Lotte;  (C)  199^/8;   (D)  John  Thomas. 

Lot  17.  (A)  Sept.  29tS  1756;  (B)  John  Thomas;  (C)  166;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  8-6-0;   (F)  1 6-1 2-0;    (H)  177V2;    (K)  John  Thomas. 

Lot  18.     (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Rachel  Sherbutt;   (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-10-0;   (F)  5-0-0;   (H)  52V2;    (K)  John  Thomas. 
3  17 


i8      MARYLAND   RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Lot  19.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  William  Hollyday;  (C)  100;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  5-0-0;    (F)  lo-o-o;    (H)  loSVs;    (K)  Henry  Plummer. 

Lot  20.  (A)  Sept.  29*''.  1763;  (B)  Geo.  Stewart;  (C)  224;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  I 1-4-0;   (F)  22-8-0. 

Lot  21.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Geo.  Stewart;  (C)  78;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-18^;   (F)  7-16^. 

Lot  22.  Included  in  No.  20,  (H)  Lots  20,  21,  22  313^/4;  (K)  George 
Stewart,  Esq. 

Lot  23.  (A)  Sept.  29"'.  1755;  (B)  Thomas  Norris;  (C)  83;  (D)  Leasee; 
(E)  4-3-0;    (F)  8-6-0;    (H)  83;    (K)  Stephen  Steward. 

Lot  24.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Henry  Child;  (C)  73;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-13-0;   (F)  7-^0;   (G)  7;    (H)  82V4;   (K)  Henry  Child. 

Lot  25.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Isaac  Owens;  (C)  187;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  9-7-0;   (F)  18-14-0;   (G)  10;   (H)  197V2;   (K)  Isaac  Owens. 

Lot  26.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  James  Cowley;  (C)  90;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  4-10-0;   (F)  9-0-0;   (H)  93V4;    (K)  James  Cowley. 

Lot  27.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Joseph  Cowman;  (C)  150;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  7-10-0;    (F)  15-0-0;   (H)  149^/4  (K) . 

Lot  28.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Thomas  Deale;  (C)  232;  (D)  Cowley 
&  Welsh;  (E)  11-12-0;  (F)  23-4-0;  (H)  242V4  (K)  John  Welsh,  Son  of 
Robt. 

Lot  29.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Wm.  &  Elen^  Barrett;  (C)  100;  (D) 
Ele'.  Barrett  &  Sons;  (E)  5-0-0;  (F)  lo-o-o;  (H)  105V4;  (K)  John 
Barrett. 

Lot  30.  (A)  Mch  25"'.  1758;  (B)  Joseph  Ward;  (C)  196;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  9-16-0;    (F)  19-12-0;    (H)  193^4;    (K)  Joseph  Ward. 

Lot  31.  (A)  Mch.  lo"-.  1747;  (B)  John  Galwith;  (C)  131;  (D) 
McDaniel  &  Carr;  (E)  4-18-0;  (F)  9-16-0;  (H)  117V4;  (K)  Benjamin 
Carr. 

Lot  32.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1755;  (B)  Richd.  Richardson;  (C)  127V2;  (D) 
Lessee;   (E)  6-7-6;   (F)  1 2-1 5-0. 

Lot  33.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  80V2;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
4-0-6;  (F)  8-1-0;  (H)  Lots  32,  33,  21274;  (K)  Richd.  Richardson 
[Both]. 

Lot  34.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Dinah  Sparrow;  (C)  117;  (D)  Benj.  & 
Wm.  Sherbutt;  (E)  5-17-0;  (F)  11-14-0;  (G)  11V2;  (H)  128V8;  (K) 
PhiHp  Pindell. 

Lot  35-  (C_)  55^/4;  (D)  Nathan  Brashiers;  (E)  3-3-0;  (H)  55V4;  (K) 
Nathan  Brashiers. 

Lot  36.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Nich=.  Watkins;  (C)  137V2;  (D) 
Gassaway  Watkins;  (E)  6-17-6;  (F)  13-15-0;  (H)  152;  (K)  Gassaway 
Watkins. 


STATE   OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  19 

Lot  37.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  John  Sappington;  (C)  120;  (D) 
Robert  Norris;    (E)  6-0-0;    (F)  12-0-0;    (H)  110V4;    (K)  Robert  Norris. 

Lot  38.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Edw<».  McDaniel;  (C)  118;  (D) 
Lessee;   (E)  5-18-0;   (F)  11-16-0;   (H)  122V4. 

Lot  39.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  John  Battey;  (C)  105;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-5-0;    (F)  (^i(yo;   (H)  105. 

Lot  40.  (A)  Mch.  10,  1747;  (B)  Benj^.  Carr;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-15-0;   (F)  7-10-0;   (H)  112V2;   (K)  Benj^  Carr. 

Lot  41.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Joseph  Hill;  (C)  137;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  6-17-0;   (F)  13-14-0;   (H)  135V4;    (K)  Thomas  Cowley. 

Lot  42.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1757;  (B)  Rich''.  Sheckell;  (C)  157V2;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  7-17-6;   (F)  1 5-1 5-0;   (H)  1 69^/4;    (K)  Richard  Sheckell. 

Lot  43.  Lease  expired  Nov.  1766;  (C)  100;  (D)  "Rich''.  Sheckells;" 
(E)  3-15-0;   (F) ;   (H)  108V2;   (K)  "Richd.  Sheckell." 

Lot  44.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1756;  (B)  "JohnShickell;"  (C)  93;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  4-13-0;   (F)  9-6-0;    (H)  105V8;    (K)  "John  Sheckell." 

Lot45.  (A)Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Benj\  Cheney;  (C)  102V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-2-6;   (F)  1(^5-0;   (H)  103V8. 

Lot  46.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1757;  (B)  Nich».  Nicholson;  (C)  74V2;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  3-14-6;    (F)  7-9-0;    (H)  77V2;    (K)  Nicholas  Nicholson. 

Lot  47.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1760;  (B)  Jonas  Galwith;  (C)  154V2;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  7-14-6;    (F)  15-9-0;    (H)  156^3;    (K)  Abraham  Simmons. 

Lot  48.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1759;  (B)  Abraham  Simmons;  (C)  155;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  7-15-0;    (F)  15-ia-o;    (H)  164V8;    (K)  Abraham  Simmons. 

Lot  49.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Abraham  Sheckells;  (C)  no;  (D) 
Richard  Hopkins;  (E)  5-10-0;  (F)  ii-ok);  (H)  113V8;  (K)  Richard 
Hopkins. 

Lot  50.     (A)  Mch.  25,  1762;   (B)  John  Sheckells;    (C)  60;    (D)  Lessee; 

(E)  3-0-0;   (F)  6-0-0;   (H)  62;   (K)  John  Sheckells. 

Lot  51.     (A)  Mch.  25,  1757;    (B)  Jn°.  Cheney,  Son  of  Jn°.;    (C)  100; 

(D)  Mary  Cheney;     (E)    5-<yo;    (F)    lo-o^;     (H)    107V4;     (K)   John 
SIigcIcgIIs 

Lot  52.     (A) ;  (B) ;   (C)  30;   (D)  Mary  Cheney;   (E)  i-io-o; 

(F)  3-0-0;   (H)  22 V2;   (K)  John  Sheckells. 

Lot  53.     (A)  Mch.  25,  1762;   (B)  Benj".  Cheney;   (C)  20;   (D)  Lessee; 

(E)  i-o-o;   (F)  2-0-0;   (H)  20;   (K)  John  Sheckells. 

Lot  54.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1761;  (B)  William  Thomas;  (C)  153;  (D) 
William  Taylor  (followed  by  undecipherable— Sr?  Jr?);  (E)  7-13-0;  (F) 
15-6-0;  (H)  153;  (K)  John  Sheckells.  Lots  51,  52,  53,  54  are  all  "as- 
signed I.  T.  Augustus  Prigg." 

Lot  55.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1755;  (B)  Isaac  Simmons;  (C)  124;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  6-4-0;    (F)  12-8-0;    (H)  127V8;    (K)  Isaac  Simmons. 


20      MARYLAND   RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL   COUNTY 

Lot  56.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1760;  (B)  Samuel  Ward;  (C)  153;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  7-13-0;    (F)  15-6-0;    (H)  129;    (K)  Samuel  Ward. 

Lot  57.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Saml.  Ward;  (C)  142 V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  7-2-6;   (F)  14-5-0;   (H)  142V8;    (K)  Samuel  Ward. 

Lot  58.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1755;  (B)  Rachel  Moone;  (C)  250;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  12-10-0;   (F)  25-0-0. 

Lot  59.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1758;  (B)  Rachel  Moone;  (C)  87;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  4-7-0;   (F)  8-14-0;   For  Lots  58,  59  (G)  27;    (H)  388V4. 

Lot  60.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1758;  (B)  James  Owens;  (C)  136V4;  (D) 
Lessee;   (E)  6-16-3;   (F)  13-12-6;    (H)  140V4;    (K)  James  Owens. 

Lot  61.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1756;  (B)  Richd.  Green;  (C)  163V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  8-3-6;   (F)  16-7-0;    (H)  187;    (K)  Richard  Green. 

Lot  62.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Sarah  Widow  of  Chas.  Connant;  (C) 
312V2;  (D)  Richard  Green;  (E)  15-12-6;  (F)  31-5-0;  (H)  301V4;  (K) 
Richard  Green. 

Lot  63.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1757;  (B)  Thomas  Owens;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-0-0;    (F)  lo-o-o;    (H)  107V4;    (K)  Richard  Green. 

Lot  64.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1757;  (B)  Edward  Cole;  (C)  150;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  7-ic^;   (F)  15-0-0;   (G)  13V4;    (H)  167V4;   (K)  Edward  Cole. 

Lot  65.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1759;  (B)  Gerard  Hopkins;  (C)  67;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-7-0;  (F)  6-14-0;  (G)  34V4;  (H)  106V4;  (K)  Gerard  Hopkins, Son 
of  Philip. 

Lot  66.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1758;  (B)  James  Owens;  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-10-0;    (F)  5-0-0;    (H)  50V2;    (K)  James  Owens. 

Lot  67.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1761;  (B)  James  Owens;  (C)  37;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  I-17-0;   (F)  3-14-0;    (H)  41V4;    (K)  James  Owens. 

Lot  68.  (C)  34;  (D)  John  Owens,  Tenant;  (E)  1-14-0;  (F)  3-8-0; 
(H)  34;    (K)  Richard  Green. 

Lot  69.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1759;  (B)  Martha  Tillard;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-0-0;   (F)  lo-o-o;    (H)  101V2;   (K)  Martha  Tillard. 

Lot  70.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1759;  (B)  Martha  Tillard;  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-ia-o;   (F)  5^W);   (H)  54V2;   (K)  Martha  Tillard. 

Lot  71.     (G)  36;   (H)  36;   (K)  Martha  Tillard. 

Lot  72.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1759;  (B)  Rich-i.  Simmons;  (C)  121V4;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  6-1-6;    (F)  12-3-0;    (H)  128V4;    (K)  Richard  Simmons. 

Lot  73.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Jacob  Macceney;  (C)  131;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  6-11-0;    (F)  13-2-0;    (H)  137;    (K)  Jacob  Macceney. 

Lot  74.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Jacob  Macceney;  (C)  117;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  5-17-0;   (F)  11-14-0;   (H)  114V2;    (K)  Jacob  Macceney. 

Lot  75.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Charles  Owens;  (C)  75V2;  (D) 
Rich'i.  Wells;    (E)  3-15-6;    (F)  7-11-0;   (H)  77V2. 

Lot  76.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;  (B)  Peter  Dowell;  (C)  100;  (D)  Rich-*. 
Windfield;    (E)  5-0-0;   (F)  io-<^o;    (G)  18;    (H)  108. 


STATE   OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S  MANOR  21 

Lot  77.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1760;  (B)  "Saml.  Sheckell;"  (C)  112;  (D) 
Lessee;  (E)  5-12-0;  (F)  11-4-0;  (G)  57V2;  (H)  165V4;  (K)  "Samuel 
Sheckells." 

Lot  78.  (A)  Dec.  I,  1747;  (B)  John  Bogler;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
3-15-0;    (F)  7-10-0;   (H)  105V2;   (K)  Benj\  Cheney. 

Lot  79-  (C)  261/4;  (D)  John  Bogler;  (E)  1-6-3;  (F)  2-12-6;  (H) 
asVs;    (K)  Benj\  Cheney. 

Lot  80.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1761;  (B)  Ann  Belt;  (C)  90V4;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
4-10-3;   (F)  9-0-6;   (H)  89V8;    (K)  Thomas  Belt. 

Lot  81.  (C)  46V4;  (D)  Tho^  Lawson,  Ten*.  (E)  2-6-9;  (H)  46='/4; 
(K)  Thomas  Belt. 

Lot  82.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1758  (B)  Joseph  Yeates;  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-ic^;   (F)  5-<^;   (G)  1341/2;   (H)  176. 

Lot  83.  (A)  Mch.  10,  1758;  (B)  John  Brashiers;  (C)  250;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  12-10-0;    (F)  25-0-0;    (G)  46V4;    (H)  2841/2;    (K)  John  Brashiers. 

Lot  84.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1761;  (B)  Geo.  Gardner;  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-10-0;   (F)  5-0-0. 

Lot  85.  (A)  Mch.  10,  1758;  (B)  Geo.  Gardner;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  5-0-0;   (F)  I 0-0-0. 

Lot  86.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1762;  (B)  Geo.  Gardner;  (C)  23^4;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1-3-9;  (F)  2-7-6.  For  Lots  84,  85,  86  (G)  10;  (H)  188V2;  (K) 
George  Gardner. 

Lot  87.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1760;  (B)  John  Brown  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
2-10-0;   (F)  5-0-0;   (G)  163V2;   (H)  217;   (K)  Joseph  Allen. 

Lot  88.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1758;  (B)  John  Brown;  (C)  65;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-5-0;    (F)  6-10-0;   (G)  8;   (H)  73V2;   (K)  Joseph  Allen. 

Lot  89.  (C)  213V2;  (D)  Benjamin  Allen;  (E)  10-13-6;  (F)  21-7-0; 
(G)  23;   (H)  236V2. 

Lot  90.     (G)  44^'4;    (H)  44^4;    (K)  John  Brashiers. 

Lot  91.     (G)  153^4;   (H)  153^/4;   (K)  Thomas  Belt,  3". 

.     (G)  3'U;  (H)  3V4. 

.     (G)  7\''2;  (H)  7% 

.     (G)  26V4;    (H)  261/4;    (K)  Bennitt  Darnall. 

N.  B.     The  above  Manor  laid  off  March  16,  1667. 


"A  List  of  the  unsold  Part  of  Anne-Arundel 
Manor,  Aug*.  16'^^,  1770" 

21/3.  (A)  March  25""  1755;  (B)  John  Norris;  Sold  to  "  R.  Norris  per  I. 
Hall";    (C)  101V4;   Price  per  Acre  21/6;  Amt.  of  6'*  per  Acre,  2-10-7V4. 

24/27.  (A)  Sept'.  29,  1755;  (B)  Joseph  Cowman  6;  Sold  to  Joseph 
Cowman;    (C)  149^/4;   Per  Acre  24/6;   Amt.  of  6='.  per  Acre,  3-14-10V4. 

28/38.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Edward  M'=Daniel;  Sold  to  Rob'.  Norris;  (C) 
122^4  Per  Acre  20/6;   Amt.  of  6'^.  per  Acre,  3-1-472- 

20/39.   (A)  Ditto;    (B)  John  Battey  6;    (C)  105. 

21/45.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Benjamin  Cheney — 6;  Sold  to  Ben».  Cheney;  (C) 
103V2;   Per  acre  21/6;  Amt.  of  6'^.  per  Acre,  2-11-11V4. 

20/75.   (A)  Sept.  29,  1756;    (B)  Richard  Wells— 7;    (C)  77 V2. 

20/76.  (A)  Ditto;   (B)  Rich-^.  Windfield  7;   (C)  108. 

18/82.  (A)  March  25,  1758;  (B)  Joseph  Yeates;  Sold  to  R''.  Sprigg;  (C) 
176;   Amt.  of  6'*.  per  Acre,  4-8-0. 

15/89.   (B)  Benj.  Allen;    (C)  236V2. 

25/6.   (C)  3V4. 

25/6.  C  7V2.  Total  Acres,  1191%;  Gross  Amt.  of  Sales  189-4-0, 
Disct.  8-6-3,  1 80-1 7-9. 


CHARLES  COUNTY 


"State  of  His  Lordship's  Manor  of  Calverton, 
Charles  County,  1767" 

Plat  I.  (A)  Decem^  22,  1748;  (B)  George  Maxwell;  (C)  383;  (D) 
Lessee;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  o-io-o;  (L)  George  Aiaxwell  &  Letice  Wardrop; 
(M)  Geo.  46,  Letice  46.     Leased  for  102  acres  or  thereabout. 

2.  (B)  Patent  Land;    (C)  1210;    (D)  Cha^  Sam'.  Smith. 

3.  (A)  March  28*.  1767;  (B)  Basil  Brooke;  (C)  740;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
i-o-o.  Leased  for  21  years  &  "Renewable  to  the  end  of  the  World." 
"Leased  for  500  Acres." 

4.  (A)  May  31,  1763;  (B)  Joseph  Anderson;  (C)  145;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
1-9-0.     Leased  for  21  years  only. 

5.  (A)  Decern'.  i=*.  1714;  (B)  Gabriel  Moran;  (C)  118;  (D)  John 
Moran;  (E)  0-3-6;  (F)  1-8-0;  (L)  Elizabeth  Moran;  (M)  Elizabeth  76. 
Deed.     Leased  for  35  acres. 

6.  (A)  Decern.  25*.  1753;  (B)  George  Maxwell;  (C)  iii;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  o-ii-i;  (F)  2-4-4;  (L)  George  Maxwell  &  Lettice  Wardrop;  (M) 
George  46,  Lettice  46. 

7.  (A)  October  18,  1752;  (B)  Richard  Estep;  (C)  147;  (D)  John 
Hammitt;  (E)  0-14-8;  (F)  2-18-8;  Fines  due,  5-17-4;  (L)  Richard 
Estep,  Alex^  Estep  &  Mary  Estep;    (M)  Richard  21,  Alex'.  22,  Mary  25. 

8.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Nehemiah  Wilson;  (C)  172;  (D)  Susan^  Willson; 
(E)  0-17-2;  (F)  3-8-0;  (L)  Abraham  Wilson  &  Catharine  Wilson  (M) 
Abraham  15,  Catharine,  16. 

9.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Jonathan  Wilson;  (C)  105;  (D)  John  Hammitt;  (E) 
0-10-6;  (F)  2-2-0;  Fines  due  6-6-0;  (L)  Jonathan  Wilson  &  John 
Wilson;    (M)  Jonathan  50,  John . 

10.  (A)  July  25"'.  1750;  (B)  Mary  Stone;  (C)  215;  (D)  John  Moran; 
(E)  O-IO-O ;  (F)  2-0-0;  Fines  due  4-0-0;  (L)  Jonathan  Stone,  Mary 
Stone,  Jun'.  &  Catharine  Stone;  (M)  Jonathan  25,  Mary  23,  Catharine  20; 
"This  land  appears  to  be  held  by  a  lease  for  100  a  to  Mary  Stone  &  an  old 
Lease  for  35  acres." 

11.  (A)  Decern.  2^'^.  1739;  (B)  Elizabeth  Morris;  (C)  157;  (D) 
William  Pitney;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  3-0-0;  Fines  due,  3-0-0 ;  (L)  Margaret 
Spriggs  Daughter  of  Osburn  Spriggs;  (M)  Margaret  36.  "Leas'd  for  80 
acres  to  Eliz.  Morris." 

12.  (A)  May  31  ='.  1758;  (B)  John  Wheatley;  (C)  40;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-8-0;    (F)  0-8-0;   Leased  for  21  yrs. 

13.  (A)  Octo'.  23''.  1747;    (B)  John  Estep;    (C)  169;    (D)  Lucy  Estep, 

25 


26    MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   CO.— CALVERTON 

widow;  (E)  0-17-0;  (F)  3-8-0;  (L)  Alexander  Estep,  Richard  Estep  & 
Walter  Smith;  (M)  Alex'.  22,  Rich'^.  21,  Walter  28,  if  alive,  but  gone  away 
from  these  parts. 

14.  (A)  Octo'.  17,  1752;  (B)  Richard  "Addams;"  (C)  260;  (D)  Charles 
Venables;  (E)  1-6-0;  (F)  5-4-0;  Fines  due  5-4-0;  (L)  John  Rouss 
"Adams";    (M)  John  Rouse  Adams  21. 

15.  (A)  March  25,  1742;  (B)  John  "Willson";  (C)  363;  (D)  James 
Forbes;  (E)  1-16-0;  (F)  7-4-0;  Fines  due  7-4-0 ;  (L)  William  "  Wilson  " ; 
(M)  William  Wilson  27.     "Dead." 

16.  (A)  Decem'.  11,  1751;  (B)  Allen  Davis;  (C)  57;  (D)  George 
Maxwell;  (E)  -5-8;  (F)  0-11-4;  (L)  James  Davis  &  James  Lyon;  (M) 
James  Davis  24,  James  Lyon  24.     N.  B.  Davis  out  of  the  province. 

17.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Edward  Burch;  (C)  65;  (D)  Mary  Burch,  widow; 
(E)  0-5-4;  (F)  i~5'~4;  (L)  Jessee  Burch,  Edward  Burch,  Jun'.  &  Catharine 
Burch;    (M)  Jessee  31,  Edward  17,  Catharine  22. 

18  Vacant. 

19.  (A)  May  4"".  1761;  (B)  John  Rouse  Adams;  (C)  210;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  2-2-0;   (F)  2-2-0;   (L)  21  years. 

20.  (A)  May  16,  1721 ;  (B)  Joseph  Johnson;  (C)  57;  (D)  Sarah  Harrison, 
Wid".;  (E) -5-6;  (F)  2-4-0;  (L)  Joseph  Johnson,  Jun^;  (M)  Joseph  jo, 
if  alive,  but  out  of  these  parts.     Expired. 

21.  (A)  Jan.  I,  1753;  (B)  George  Venables;  (C)  85;  (D)  Ann  Venables, 
Widow;  (E)  0-8-6;  (F)  1-14-0;  (L)  Ann  Venables  &  Josias  Venables; 
(M)  Ann  40,  Josias . 

22.  (A)  Jan.  I,  1753;  (B)  Thomas  Canter;  (C)  115;  (D)  William 
Canter,  Jun'.;  (E)  -11-6;  (F)  2-6;  (L)  Thomas  Canter  &  Isaac  Canter; 
(M)  Lessee  50,  out  of  the  parts  if  alive.     Isaac  20. 

23.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1753;  (B)  Francis  Oden;  (C)  90;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-9-0;  (F)  1-16-0;  (L)  Mary  Oden,  Rebecca  Oden  &  Prissilla  Packer 
Oden;   (M)  Mary  18,  Rebecca  16,  Prissilla  14. 

24.  (A)  Oct^  2".  1760;  (B)  Francis  Oden;  (C)  118;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
1-3-6;   (F)  1-3-6;    (L)  21  years. 

25.  (A)  Sept.  II,  1765;   (B) ;    (C)  22;   (D)  John  Wheatley. 

26.  (A)  Decem'.  25"'.  1753;  (B)  William  Ogden;  (C)  93;  (D)  Francis 
Oden;  (E) -9-3;  (F)  1-17-0;  Fines  due  3-14-0;  (L)  Philimon  Ogden  & 
Mary  Ogden;    (M)  Philimon  30,  Mary  14. 

27.  (A)  Novem.  15,  1727;  (B)  Nicholas  Yoe;  (C)  80;  (D)  William 
Canter,  Jun^;  (E)  -8-0;  (F)  3-4-0;  Fines  due  6-8-0;  (L)  Rob'.  Yoe  & 
James  Yoe;  (M)  Robert  60,  James  50.  N.  B.  Both  out  of  the  parts  if 
alive. 

28.  (A)  Decem.  i,  1758;  (B)  William  Wallace;  (C)  36;  (D)  William 
Wallace;   (E)  0-7-2;   (F)  -14-4;   (L)  21  years. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  27 

29.  (A)  Feb.  15,  1727;  (B)  Samuel  King;  (C)38;  (D)  William  Wallace; 
(E)  a-4-1;  (F)  1-12-8;  Fines  due,  6-10-8;  (L)  Samuel  King;  (M) 
Samuel  King  50  or  60. 

30.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  William  King;  (C)  William  Wallace;  (D)-4-o;  (E) 
1-12-0;  Fines  due,  I-12-0;  (L)  Elizabeth  King,  Samuel  King;  (M) 
Elizabeth  50,  Samuel  King,  Jun'.  N.  B.  Sam:  was  born  il  years  after 
date  of  [torn — lease?]. 

31.  (A)  May  22'!.  1728;  (B)  John  King;  (C)  40;  (D)  Henry  Lyon ;  (E) 
0-12-8;  (F)  1-12-0;  Fines  due  3-4-0;  (L)  John  King  &  Jonathan  Lyon; 
(M)  John  47,  Jonathan  36. 

32.  (A)  July  7'\  1739;  (B)  John  Parker;  (C)  57;  (D)  Abraham  Parker; 
(E)  -5-8;   (F)  1-2-8.     N.  B.  This  Lease  must  be  fallen,  a  false  An',  given. 

33.  (A)  February  8,  1764;  (B)  Edward  Burch;  (C)  24;  (D)  Mary 
Burch,  Widow;    (E)  -5-0;   (F)  -5-0;    (L)  21  years. 

34.  (A)  Oct'.  2d.  1718;  (B)  George  Plater;  (C)  250;  (D)  Mary  Burch, 
Widow;  (E)  1-5-0;  (F)  1 0-0-0;  Fines  due,  8-15-0;  (L)  Thomas  Cothell; 
(M)  Thos.  Cothell  supposed  by  everybody  to  be  dead,  25  shs.  of  this  Al». 
p''.  young  Pairan. 

35.  (A)  August  21,  1760;    (D)  Doct'.  James  Bate. 

36.  (A)  Aug.  21,  1760;  (B)  Edward  Burch;  (C)  14V2;  (D)  Mary  Burch, 
Widow;   (E)  0-2-10;   (L)  21  years. 

37.  (A)  May  25,  1758;  (B)  Joseph  Walls;  (C)  132;  (D)  John  Wheatley; 
(E)  1-16-4;  (F)  2-12-8;  Fines  due,  2-12-8;  (L)  Joseph  Walls,  Eliz: 
Walls  &  Sarah  Walls;    (M)  Joseph  40,  Eliz:   36,  Sarah  10. 

38.  (A)  April  11'".  1761;  (B)  John  Wheatley;  (C)  139V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1-8-0;   (F)  1-8-0;    (L)  21  years. 

39.  (A)  Septem'.  13,  1718;  (B)  Mary  Lyon;  (C)  94;  (D)  Henry  Lyon; 
(E)  -9-5;    (F)  3-15-6;    (L)  John  Lyon;    (M)  John  Lyon  63.     Expired. 

40.  (A)  Dec.  25"'.  1746;  (B)  William  Canter;  (C)  139;  (D)  William 
Canter;  (E)  0-5-10;  (F)  2-7-2;  (L)  William  Canter,  James  Canter  & 
Jonathan  Canter;    (M)  W".  45,  James  26,  Jonathan  30. 

41.  (A)  Deem'.  25,  1753;  (B)  George  Ross;  (C)  158;  (D)  George  Ross; 
(E)  0-15-9;  (F)3-3-<';  (L)  Lessee,  George  Ross  &  W".  Ross  his  Children. 

42.  (A)  July  25">.  1742;  (B)  Allen  Davis;  (C)  273;  (D)  Robert 
Glading;  (E)  1-7-4;  (F)  5-9-4;  Fines  due  5-9-4;  (L)  Allen  Davis, 
Jonathan  Davis  &  James  Davis;  (M)  Allen  65,  Jonathan  40,  James  24. 
Vide  Date  of  Lease  for  James'  Age,  taken  from  Counterpart,  Northern 
P . 

43.  (A)  Oct'.  20,  1749;  (B)  John  Wheatley;  (C)  206;  (D)  John 
Wheatley;  (E) -lO-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  John  Wheatley,  Middleton  Smith 
&  Elias  Smith;  (M)  John  51,  Middleton  26,  Elias  24.  N.  B.  Leas'd  for  100 
acres. 


28      MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   CO.— PANGAL'\H 

44.  (A)  Aug'.  20,  1745;  (B)  AlHce  Walls;  (C)  181;  (D)  Henry  Lyon, 
Jun^;  (E)  0-18-0;  (F)  3-12-0;  Fines  due,  10-16-0;  (L)  Allice  Walls, 
Joseph   Walls   «&    Alonaca  Walls;     (]M)   Allice   80,   Joseph   40,    Monaca 

35- 

(C)  Total  7149  acres. 

State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Pangaiah  in 
Charles  County,  January,  1768 

3.  (C)  16V2,  Vacancy.  5.  (C)  13,  Ditto.  12.  (C)  3V2,  Ditto.  17.  (C) 
44V2,  Ditto.  20.  (C)  77V2,  Ditto.  24.  (C)  40V2,  Ditto;  30.  (C)  3V2, 
Ditto;  37.  (C)  10,  Ditto.  39.  (C)  2V2,  Ditto.  42.  (C)  16,  Ditto.  46. 
(C)  10,  Ditto.  48.  (C)  16,  Ditto.  51.  (C)  251/4,  Ditto.  59.  (C)  9, 
Ditto.     62.   (C)  35'/2,  Vacancy. 

25.  (A)  March  25,  1744;  (B)  Alexander  McPherson;  (C)  72V4;  (D) 
Henry  McPherson;  (E)  0-8-0;  (F)  1-12-0;  (L)  Mack  McPherson  & 
Priscilla  McPherson;    (M)  Mack  45,  Priscilla  25. 

29.  (A)  May  i,  1763;  (B)  William  Clements;  (C)  5V4;  (D)  William 
Clements. 

33.  (A)  Octo^  21,  1706;  (B)  Benj.  Adams;  (C)  14;  (D)  Thomas 
Adams;  (E)  0-10-5;  (F)  4-2-0;  (L)  Lodowick  Adams ;  (M)  Lodowick  63 
Dead,  Con^  137  acres — 123  acres  of  this  Land  lies  without  the  Manor. 

34.  (A)  Sep^  2''.  1743;  (B)  Joseph  Gainer;  (C)  26V2;  (D)  Joseph 
Gainer;  (E)  0-4-4;  (F)  1-15-2;  (L)  W".  Gainer,  Joseph  Gainer,  Jun^  & 
John  Gainer;  (M)  Will".  40,  Jos.  31,  John  28.  Leas'*,  for  44  acres  the  rest 
without  the  Manor. 

36.  (A)  Dec.  17"'.  1762;  (B)  George  Clements;  (C)  23V4;  (D)  George 
Clements;    (E)  0-5-2;    (F)  0-5-2;    (L)  16  years. 

38.  (A)  June  i»S  1758;  (B)  William  Clements;  (C)  70;  (D)  William 
Clements;  (E)  0-14-8;  (F)  1-9-4;  (L)  3  Lives,  Edw"*.,  William  & 
Eleanor  Clements,  Children  of  Lessee,     quere  their  Ages,  all  Living. 

41.  (A)  Decem'.  lo"",  1743;  (B)  William  Clements;  (C)  127V2;  (D) 
George  &  Eliz*".  Clements;  (E)  0-15-11;  (F)  3-3-8;  (L)  Oswell  Clements, 
B.  Hanson  Clements  &  Ed"*.  Clements;  (M)  Oswell  39,  Hanson  36, 
Edward  26. 

43.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1743;  (B)  Tho^  Mathew  Sanders;  (C)  196;  (D)  Dan 
Jenifer  &  B.  H.  Clements;  (E)  1-0-6;  (F)  4-2-0;  (L)  Tho».  Mathew 
Sanders,  Hen".  Sanders  &  Sarah  Sanders;  (M)  Tho^  26,  Henrietta  30, 
Sarah  46. 

44.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1743;  (B)  William  McPherson ;  (C)  22;  (D)  William 
McPherson;  (E)  0-2-1 1;  (F)  0-II-8;  (L)  Thomas  McPherson,  Dan'. 
McPherson,  Henry  McPherson;    (M)  Tho'.  40,  Henry  31,  Dan'.  38. 


STATE   OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  29 

47.  (A)  Dec\  25,  1743;  (B)  Edmund  Maggottee;  (C)  114;  (D) 
Thomas  Maggottee;  (E)  0-11-4;  (F)  2-5-4;  (L)  George  Clements;  (M) 
George  37. 

49.  (A)  Jan>-.  15,  1714;  (B)  Anthony  Neale;  (C)  256V2;  (D)  Elizabeth 
Clements;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  8-0-0;  (L)  Bennett  Neale;  (AI)  Bennett  54 
Dead. 

58.  (A)  June  i^S  1758;  (B)  Francis  Clements;  (C)  29V4;  (D)  Elizabeth 
Clements;  (E)  0-7-6;  (F)  0-15-0;  (L)  Thomas  Clements  &  Henry 
Clements;    (AI)  Thomas  22,  Henry  19. 

60.  (A)  Aug*.  30,  1765;  (B)  John  &  Tho^  Alaggotte;  (C)  104;  (D) 
Mary  Alaggotte;    (E)  1-6-2;    (F)  1-6-10;    (L)  18V2  yrs. 

61.  (A)  Aug'.  30,  1765;  (B)  Ann  &  Abed°.  Alaggottee;  (C)  59V2;  (D) 
Ann  Alaggottee;    (E)  0-13-2;    (F)  0-13-2;    (L)  18V2  yrs. 

63.  (C)  6;  (D)  Vacancy,  Thos.  Alaggottee  [different  handwriting^;  (E) 
0-0-4. 

State  of  His  Lordships   Manor  of  Zachaiah  in 
Charles  County,  February,  1768 

1.  (A)  Decem^  2$^^,  1741;  (B)  William  Simms;  (C)  92V2;  (D)  \\>. 
Simms;  (E)  1-0-8;  (F)  4-2-8;  (L)  William  Simms,  Sarah  Simms, 
David  Osborn;    (AI)  William  60,  Sarah  30,  David  36. 

2.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1753;  (B)  William  Simms;  (C)  42V'4;  (D)  W". 
Simms;  (E)  0-6-8;  (F)  1-6-8;  (L)  William  Simms,  Sarah  Simms  & 
Walter  Kerrick;   William  60,  Sarah  30,  Walter  16. 

3.  (A)  July  I7'\  1763;  (B)  William  Simms;  (C)  16V2;  (D)  W-. 
Simms;   (E)  0-4-9;   (F)  0-4-9;    (L)  16^/2  yrs. 

4.  (A)  June  i^S  1758;  (B)  James  Keech;  (C)  91;  (D)  James  Keech; 
(E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  James  Keech,  John  Keech  &  John  Smith 
Keech;   (M)  James  58,  John  32,  John  Smith  10. 

5.  (A)  Jan^  l-\  1753;  (B)  Paul  Howell;  (C)  40;  (D)  Paul  Howell; 
(E)  0-4-0;  (F)  0-18-0;  (L)  Paul  Howell,  Samuel  Howell  &  Sarah  Howell; 
(AI)  Paul  43,  Samuel  15,  Sarah  20. 

6.  (A)  Novem^  i,  1755;  (B)  William  Aloreland;  (C)  113;  (D)  W^. 
Moreland;  (E)  1-9-0;  (F)  2-18-0;  (L)  WilHam  Moreland  &  Jacob 
Moreland;    (AI)  W-°.  50,  Jacob  18. 

7-  (C)  1333;  Patent  Granted  out  of  the  Alanor  July  io">.  1705.  Called 
His  Lordships  Favor. 

8.  (A)  July  io»\  1740;  (B)  Alichael  Hines  Roby;  (C)  70;  (D)  Tho'. 
Owens  &  EHz:  Roby;  (E)  0-6-0;  (F)  1-4-0;  Fines  due,  1-4-0;  (L) 
Tho^  Roby,  John  Taylor  Roby  &  Hines  Roby;  (AI)  Thomas  37,  John  35, 
Hines  33. 


30       MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   CO.— ZACHAIAH 

9-   (C)  753;   Patent  Land  calld.     Baltimores  Bounty. 

10.  (A)  Decem^  25'\  1743;  (B)  Samuel  Roby;  (C)  54;  (D)  Sam'. 
Roby;  (E)  0-6-0;  (F)  1-4-0;  (L)  Samuel  Roby  &  Berry  Roby;  (M) 
Samuel  59,  Berry  26. 

11.  (A)  May  3-^,  1728;  (B)  Peter  Roby;  (C)  86V4;  (D)  o-io-o;  (E) 
4-0-0;    (L)  John  Roby  &  John  Henly;    (M)  John  43,  John  Henly  40. 

12.  (A)  July  25,  1750;    (B)  William  Roby;    (C)  84V2;    (D)  W».  Roby; 

(E)  0-15-0;    (F)  3-0-0;    (L)  William  Roby,  Mary  Roby  &  Ann  Roby; 
(M)  W".  52,  May  49,  Ann  25. 

13-  (A)  June  23'',  1762;  (B)  John  Roby  Jun^  (C)  42;  (D)  Thomas 
Luckett;  (E)  0-8-4;  (F)  0-8-4;  Fines  due,  0-8-4;  (L)  15  years  &  4 
months. 

14.  (A)  June  29'\  1728;  (B)  Michael  Hines  Roby;  (C)  123V4;  (D) 
Tho'.  Owens  &  Eliz:  Roby;  (E)  0-12-0;  (F)  4-16-0;  Fines  due,  2-8-0; 
(L)  I  Life  Sarah  Roby;    (M)  Sarah  40. 

15.  (A)  July  5'\  1764;  (B)  Thomas  Owen;  (C)  97V4;  (D)  Thomas 
Owen;   (E)  0-16-2;    (F)  0-16-2;   (L)  17 V2  years. 

16.  (A)  July  6'\  1739;  (B)  JohnMoreland[Mouland?];  (C)  50V2;  (D) 
Paul  Howell;  (E)  0-5-0;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Patrick  Moreland  &  John 
Moreland  Jun'. ;    (M)  Patrick  34,  John  32. 

17.  (C)  12;  Vacancy. 

18.  (A)  Aug'.  25'\  1745;  (B)  Tho^  &W".  "M-^Daniel";  (C)  208;  (D) 
Smith  Middleton  &  others;  (E)  1-1-7;  (F)  4-6-4;  (L)  William  "M<^daniel" 
&  Esther  "M'^daniel";    (M)  William  39,  Esther  36. 

19.  (A)  Jan^  25'h,  1753;   (B)  Ditto;    (C)  38V2;   (D)  Ditto;    (E)  0-4-2; 

(F)  0-4-2;    (L)  W-°.  M^daniel,  Drusila  M"daniel  &  Allen  M-^daniel;    (M) 
W"°.  39,  Drusila  17,  Allen  16. 

20.  (A)  June  i»',  1758;  (B)  William  Moreland;  (C)  19;  (D)  W". 
Moreland;  (E)  0-4-0;  (F)  0-8-0;  (L)  W".  Moreland,  Walter  Moreland  & 
Jacob  Moreland;  (M)  W".  50,  Walter  20,  Jacob  18. 

21.  (A)  July  3^  1764;  (B)  Smith  Middleton;  (C)  19;  (D)  Smith 
Middleton;    (E)  0-4-1 ;    (F)  0-4-1 ;    (L)  17V2  yrs. 

22.  (A)  Novem^  30,  1714;  (B)  John  Pigeon;  (C)  92V4;  (D)  Mary 
Pigeon;  (E)  0-11-7;  (F)  4-12-9;  (L)  John  Vincent,  William  Perkins;  (M) 
John  60,  W™.  55. 

23.  (A)  May  3^  1728;  (B)  Benjamin  Roby;  (C)  W".  Roby;  (D) 
0-9-4;    (E)  3-15-0;    (L)  William  Roby;    (M)  William  68. 

24.  (C)  59;  Vacancy. 

25.  (A)  Aug'.  20"',  1745;  (B)  Benjamin  Downs;  (C)  94;  (D)  John 
Nally  Roby;  (E)  0-9-6;  (F)  1-18-0;  (L)  Benjamin  Downs  &  Mary 
Downs;   (M)  Benjamin  54,  Mary  52. 

26.  (A)  July  lo"",   1740;    (B)  Benjamin  Downs;    (C)   loi ;    (D)  John 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  31 

Nally  Roby;   (E)  o-io-o;   (F)  2-0-0;   (L)  Benj'^.  Downs,  Mary  Downs  & 
John  Griffin;    (M)  Benj».  54,  Mary  52,  John  30. 

27.  (A)  Oct'.  23^  1747;  (B)  WilHam  Roby,  Sen^  (C)  6;  (D)  William 
Roby;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  W"".  Roby  &  Pryor  Smallwood  Roby; 
(M)  William  34,  Pryor  30. 

28.  (C)  615V2;   Vacancy,  30.  Vacancy,  32.  (C)  76;  Vacancy. 

29.  (A)  Decem^  21=',  1748;  (B)  Thomas  Owen;  (C)  81^4;  (D)  Thomas 
Owen;  (E)  0-8-0;  (F)  1-12-0;  (L)  Thomas  Owen,  Owen  Roby  &  Tho^ 
Kenedy;    (M)  Thomas  44,  Owen  22,  Thomas  Kennedy  25. 

31.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1753;  (B)  Thomas  Owen;  (C)  123V4;  (D)  Thomas 
Owen;  (E)  0-12-9;  (F)2-ii-o;  (L)  Thomas  Owen  &  Joseph  Owen;  (M) 
Thomas  44,  Joseph  15. 

33.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1741;  (C)  12V4;  (D)  John  Loveless;  (E)  0-1-2; 
(F)  0-4-8;   (L)  Sam ^  Lovelass  &  Luke  Lovelass;   (M)  Sam'.  36,  Luke  32. 

34.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1750;  (B)  Philip  Key;  (C)  290;  (D)  PhiUp  Key;  (E) 
l-io-o;    (F)  6-0-0;   (L)  Francis  Key;   Francis  40  Dead. 

35.  (C)  2144;   Patent  Land  called  Jourden  Tract  Granted  1695. 

36.  (A)  Decem^  11"',  1751;   (B)  Thomas  &  Edw"*.  M'=danniel;   (C)  132; 

(D)  Thomas  Darnall;    (E)  0-14-10;    (F)  2-19-4;    (L)  Thomas  Darnall  & 
Sarah  Darnall;    (M)  Thomas  54,  Sarah  54. 

37.  (A)  April  8'\  1762;  (B)  Thomas  Owens;  (C)  12V4;  (D)  Tho'. 
Owens;    (E)  0-2-7;    (F)  0-2-7;    (L)  15  yrs. 

38.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1721;  (B)  John  Lovelass;  (C)  59V2;  (D)  John 
Lovelass;    (E)  0-6-4;    (F)  2-1 1-6;   (L)  John  Lovelass;    (M)  John  70. 

39.  (A)  Sept^  2'^,  1765;  (B)  Thomas  Arvin;  (C)  15;  (D)  Tho'.  Arvin; 
(E)-3-ioV2;    (F)o-3-ioV2;   (L)  18V2  yrs. 

40.  (A)  Aug'.  20"',  1745;  (B)  John- Lovelass;  (C)  78;  (D)  John  Love- 
lass; (E)  0-9-0;  (F)  1-16-0;  (L)  Samuel  Lovelass  &  Luke  Lovelass ;  (M) 
Samuel  36,  Luke  32. 

41.  (A)  June29'\  1728;  (B)  Ralph  Roby;  (0)1041/2;  (D)  Ralph  Roby; 

(E)  o-io-o;    (F)  4-0-0;   (L)  Ralph  Roby  &  Sarah  Roby;   (M)  Ralph  60, 
Sarah  45. 

42.  (A)  April  27"',  1727;  (B)  Edward  Darnall;  (C)  113;  (D)  Thomas 
Darnall;    (E)  0-11-3;    (F)  4-10-0;    (L)  Thomas  Darnall;    (M)  Tho^  54. 

43.  (A)  Oct^  i^S  1740;  (B)  George  Askin;  (C)  13;  (D)  Hezekiah 
Rieves;  (E)  0-1-3;  (L)  Rebecca  Asken  &  John  Asken ;  (M)  Rebecca  50, 
John  40. 

44.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1749;  (B)  Elizabeth  Askin ;  (C)  80;  (D)  Hezekiah 
Rieves;    (E)  0-8-3;    (F)  1-12-0;    (L)  Andra  Askin ;    (M)  Andra  26. 

45-  (C)  76;  Vacancy  (Suppose"*). 

46.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1739;  (B)  James  Middleton;  (C)  69V2;  (D)  James 
Middleton;   (E)  o-io-o;    (F)  2-0-0;  Smith  Middleton,  Ja^  Middleton  & 


32       MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   CO.— ZACHAIAH 

Ig=.  IMiddleton;   (M)  Smith  (44),  James  41,  Ignatius  26.     N.  B.  Ig^  must 
be  more. 

47.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1728;  (B)  George  Askin;  (C)  79V4;  (D)  Hezekiah 
Reeves;  (E)  0-7-6;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  John  Askin  &  Rebecca  Askin;  (M) 
John  40,  Rebecca  50. 

48.  (A)  May3^  1763;  (B)  Richard  Vincent;  (C)  12;  (D)  0-3-9;  (E) 
0-3-9;    (L)  i6V4yrs. 

49.  (A)  Novm'.  8'\  1739;  (B)  Philip  Moreland;  (C)  49V2  *&  122;  (D) 
Philip  Moreland;  (E)  0-4-4  &  o-io-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Philip  Moreland  & 
John  Moreland;    (M)  Philip  64,  John  32. 

50.  (C)  60,  Vacancy. 

51.  Totals  Brought  Over  (C)  8272 V4;  (E)  £20-12-872;  Fines  due  4-0-4. 

52.  (A)  Decem^  11*^,  1751;  (B)  John  Hindly;  (C)  67V4;  (D)  James 
More;  (E)  0-7-9;  (F)  i-ii-o;  (L)  John  Hindly,  Ruth  Hindly  &  John 
Hindly,  Jun^,  (M)  John  40,  Ruth  40,  John  Hindly  Jun^  18. 

53.  (A)  June  1=*,  1758;  (B)  Thomas  Cawood;  (C)  40;  (D)  Thomas 
Cawood;  (E)  1-2-0;  (F)  2-3-4;  (L)  Stephen  Cawood  &  Mary  Cawood; 
(M)  Stephen  18,  Mary  20. 

54.  (A)  Jan^  i^\  1754;  (B)  Edward  Darnall;  (C)  48;  (D)  Thomas 
Boarman;  (E)  0-7-0;  (F)  1-8-0;  Fines  due,  1-8-0;  (L)  Pricilla  Darnall 
&  Lizzie  Darnall;    (M)  Pricilla  32,  Lizzie  16. 

55.  (A)  May  i^\  1758;  (B)  John  Vincent;  (C)  96V2;  (D)  James 
Marshall;  (E)  0-11-9;  (F)  2-7-0;  (L)  John  Pidgion  Vincent,  Philip 
Vincent  &  Joanna  Vincent,     quere  their  ages  &  which  are  alive. 

56.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1746;  (B)  John  Aloreland;  (C)  76;  (D)  John 
Moreland;  (E)  0-7-7;  (F)  1-10-4;  (L)  Zachariah  Moreland  <&  Zephaniah 
Moreland;    (M)  Zachariah  25,  Zephaniah  23. 

57-  (C)  91,  Vacancy. 

58.  (A)  Decem^  25"',  1746;  (B)  Andrew  Cambrun;  (C)  125;  (D) 
Tho°.  Wedding  &  John  Moreland;  (E)  0-15-6;  (F)  3-2-0;  Fines  due, 
7-15-0;  (L)  John  Smith  More,  James  More  &  Hezekiah  More;  (M)  John 
40,  James  36,  Hezekiah  24. 

Vacancies;  59-  (C)  39V2;  60.  (C)  76;  62.  (C)  48;  63.  (C)  53'/2;  66. 
(C)  30;   68.   (C)  51V4  &  Sundry  Vacancies  (C)  13174- 

61.  (A)  March  25'^  1742;  (B)  William  Ogden;  (C)  89;  (D)  Edward 
Jenkins;  (E)  0-10-5;  (F)  2-1-0;  Fines  due,  1-0-8;  (L)  Hen\  Jenkins, 
Edw"*.  Jenkins  &  Sarah  Jenkins;   (M)  Henrietta  35,  Edward  32,  Sarah  30. 

64.  (A)  Decem'.  26'\  1746;  (B)  Edward  Jenkins;  (C)  54 V2;  (D) 
Edward  Jenkins;  (E)  0-5-8;  (F)  1-2-8;  (L)  Edw''.  Jenkins,  Sarah 
Jenkins,  &  John  Boon;    (M)  Edward  32,  Sarah  30,  John  36. 

65.  (A)  April  27»>>,  1753;  (B)  John  Moor;  (C)  43 V2;  (D)  James 
Marshall;  (E)  0-5-8;  (F)  1-2-8;  (L)  James  Moor,  Hezekiah  Moor  & 
John  Moor. 


STATE   OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  33 

67.  (A)  Decern'.  25'S  1746;  (B)  John  Baggott;  (C)  78;  (D)  John 
Baggott;  (E)  0-8-6;  (F)  1-14-0;  (L)  John  Baggott,  John  Bowling 
Baggott  &  Sam:   Baggott;    (M)  John  67,  John  BowHng  32,  Samuel  27. 

69.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1749;  (B)  Thomas  Speake;  (C)  40V2;  (D)  Thomas 
Speake;  (E)  0-9-0;  (F)  1-16-0;  (L)  Jane  Speake  &  John  Speake;  (M) 
Jane  54,  John  35. 

70.  (A)  Decem^  s"-,  1737;  (B)  John  Vincent;  (C)  86;  (D)  James 
Marshall;  (E)  0-8-7;  (F)  1-14-4;  (L)  John  Vincent,  Elizabeth  Vincent  & 
Rich"^.  Vincent,     quere  their  Ages  &  which  are  alive. 

Totals:    (0)9637;    (E)  26-1 2-1 V2;   Fines  due,  14-4-0. 


DORCHESTER   COUNTY 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Nanticoke  in 
Dorchester  County,  November,  1767 

I.  (A)  June  I2'h,  1747;  (B)  Henry  Hooper,  Son  of  CoK;  (C)  187;  (D) 
Lessee;  (E)  0-18-9;  (L)  Lessee  &  Ann  his  Wife;  (M)  Lessee  40,  his  Wife 
38.     Improved  agreeable  to  Lease.     Good  Land. 

H.  (A)  June  12,  1747;  (B)  Henry  Hooper,  Son  of  Col°.;  (C)  170;  (D) 
Lessee;  (E)  0-17-0;  (L)  Ditto;  (M)  Ditto.  Some  improvements  & 
soil. 

HL  (A)  June  7,  1757;  (B)  Joshua  Edmondson;  (C)  168^4;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1-13-10;  (L)  21  years;  Improved  agreeable  to  Lease.  Tollerable 
good  low  swampy  land. 

IV.  (A)  Julys,  1760;  (B)  Mary  Jones;  (C)3i;  (D)  Lessee;  (E)  0-6-3; 
(L)  21  yrs.     Low  swamp. 

V.  (A)  February  s"-,  1760;  (B)  Elizabeth  Foster;  (C)  80;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-16-0;  (L)  21  yrs.  Improved  agreeable  to  Lease.  Tollerable  good 
low  Lands. 

VI.  (A)  February  5"",  1760;  (B)  James  Jones,  Jun^;  (C)  54;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  o-io-io;    (L)  21  yrs.     Chiefly  low  Swamp. 

VII.  (A)  Aug.  17,  1760;  (B)  Daniel  Jones,  Jun^;  (C)  92;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-18-6^4;    (L)  21  yrs.     Tollerable  good  Land. 

VIII.  (A)  Apr.  25'\  1760;  (B)  Henry  Hooper;  (C)  14;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-2-1 1 ;    (L)  21  yrs.     Marsh,  Water  &  Strand  point. 

IX.  (A)  Apr.  16,  1761;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  138V4;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  1-8-2; 
(L)  21  yrs.     Good  Swamp. 

X.  (A)  Apr.  18,  1761;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  158;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  1-11-7; 
(L)  21  yrs.     Poor  Swamp. 

XL  (A)  Apr.  18,  1 76 1-  (B)  William  Jones;  (C)  53V4;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-10-9;    (L)  21  yrs.     Good  low  Land. 

XII.  (A)  Apr.  17,  1 761;  (B)  John  Wheeler;  (C)  207;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
2-1-5;  (L)  21  yrs.  Improved  agreeable  to  Lease.  Chiefly  broken  poor 
Swamp. 

XIII.  (A)  Apr.  21,1761;  (B)  Gilbert  Hufi^ngton;  (C)46V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-9-4 V2;    (L)  21  yrs.     A  Marsh. 

XIV.  (A)  Aug.  24'\  1762;  (B)  William  Smith;  (C)  174;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1-14-9V4;  (L)  21  yrs.  Improved  agreeable  to  Lease.  Part  good 
Land  &  part  low  Swamp. 

XV.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  46V2;  (D)  Lessee;  (E)  0-9-4;  (U  21 
yrs.     A  Marsh. 


38     MARYLAND  RECORDS— DORCHESTER  CO.— NANTICOKE 

XVI.  (A)  Feb.  y^N  1762;  (B)  William  Jones;  (C)  77;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
o~l5'~5;    (L)  21  yrs.     Good  Swamp. 

XVIL  (A)  April  I3t\  1762;  (B)  John  Pike;  (C)  91;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-18-1V2;    (L)  21  yrs.     Broken  Land  with  small  Ridges. 

XVHL  (A)Oct.  29'\  1762;  (B)  Alexander  Lang;  (C)  150;  (D)  Lessee: 
(E)  i-io-o;    (L)  21  yrs.     Broken  Swamp. 

XIX.  (A)  Aug.  25"",  1762;  (B)  James  Jones;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  i-o-o;    (L)  21  yrs.     Poor  Swamp  chiefly  over  the  Manor  Line. 

XX.  (A)  June  25'\  1762;  (B)  John  Charles  Craft;  (C)  50;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  o-io-o;    (L)  21  yrs.     Deep  Swamp  without  Improvement. 

XXI.  (A)  May  I2'\  1763;  (B)  William  Jones;  (C)  25;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-5-0;    (L)  21  yrs.     All  Marsh. 

XXII.  (A)  May  ii'N  1763;  (B)  Michael  Holland;  (C)  176;  (D) 
Lessee;    (L)  21  yrs.     Broken  Swamp  some  of  which  is  very  low. 

XXIII.  (A)  May  12,  1763;  (B)  Alexander  Lang;  (C)  30;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-6-0;    (L)  21  yrs.     Poor  Marsh. 

XXIV.  (A)  June  12,  1763;  (B)  Levin  Charlescraft;  (C)  50;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  o-io-o;    (L)  21  yrs.     Very  poor  white  Clay  Swamp. 

XXV.  (A)  May  I4'N  1764;  (B)  Joshua  Edmondson;  (C)  261V2;  (D) 
Lessee;  (E)  2-12-3;  (L)  Lessee.  Improved  as  per  Lease.  Great  part  is 
low  Swamp. 

XXVI.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Zacharias  Campbell  &  Co.  (C)  3V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-0-8;    (L)  21  yrs.     Improved  as  per  Lease. 

XXVII.  (A)  Sept.  29'\  1764;  (B)  Levin  Bistpitch;  (C)  103;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  1-0-7;    (L)  21  yrs.     Tollerable  good  low  Land. 

XXVI II.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  John  Bistpitch;  (C)  288;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
2-17-7;    (L)  21  yrs.     Tollerable  good  low  Land. 

XXIX.  (A)  April  I5'S  1766;  (B)  Jonathan  Charlescroft ;  (C)  49;  (D) 
Lessee;    (E)  o-io-o;    (L)  21  yrs.     Poor  white  Clay  Swamp. 

XXX.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  William  Wheland;  (C)  208;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
2-1-7;    (L)  21  yrs.     Improved  as  per  Lease.     Chiefly  good  low  Land. 

XXXI.  (A)  May  20'\  1762;  (B)  Charles  Muir;  (C)  432;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  3-12-0.  Improved  as  per  Lease.  Lease  not  Executed  per  Cert.  360  a. 
Chiefly  poor  white  Clay  Swamp. 

XXXII.  (C)  50;  (D)  Edward  White;  (E)  -lo-o.  Part  good  high 
Land  &  part  Marsh,  held  per  Cert^ 

XXXIII.  (C)  25;  (D)  John  Charlescraft;  (E)  0-5-0.  All  marsh,  held 
p.  Cert^ 

XXXIV.  (A)  Dec.  ii*\  1733;  (B)  Tranus  Money;  (C)  195;  (D) 
Gilbert  Huffington;  (L)  Life  of  John  "Hodson"  son  of  John  "Hudson" 
Qtiartus,  aged  45.  N.  B.  Gov'.  &  Agent  granted  this  Lease  clear  of  Rent. 
ToUerably  good  low  Land. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  39 

XXXV.  (C)  200;   (D)  John  Leatherbenl^     held  by  Certificate.     N.  B, 
Leatherberry  is  pray^.  Pattent.     Tollerably  good  Land. 
Total  Annual  Rent  £35-8-1 1V4. 

No. 

A.  (C)  66,  Vacancy  Joining  No  VIII  »S:  Nanticoke  River. 

B.  (C)  42,  ditto  do  No  III  &  Manor  Line. 

C.  (C)  223,  ditto  do  Nanticoke  River. 

D.  (C)  12,  ditto  do  No  V  &  X. 

E.  (C)  63,  ditto  do  No  XVIII  &  Manor  Line. 

F.  (C)  43,  ditto  do  No  XIV  &  XXXIV. 

G.  (C)  238,  ditto  do  Manor  Line,  XVII,  XIX,  XX,  XXXI  &  XXXIV. 
H.  (C)  126,  ditto  do  Manor  Line,  XXII,  XXVII  &  XXVIII. 

I.  (C)  380,  ditto  do  Nanticoke  River,  XXXI  &  XXXV. 
K.  (C)  71,  ditto  do  Manor  Line,  XXVII  &  XXVIII. 

Total  acres  544974-     N.   B.  The  whole  Manor  is  much  Pillaged  of 
Timber. 


"State  of  His  Lordship's  Mannor  of  Gunpowder 

March,  1767.      This  Manor  Certificate 

Dated  Maie"  . 

Piatt  I.  (A)  September  30"^,  1736;  (B)  George  Elliott;  (C)  100;  (D) 
John  Chamberlain;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Ann  Elliot  &  Susanna 
Westwood;   (M)  Ann  about  75,  Susana.  ab°.  45. 

Piatt  2,  3,  4.  (A)  January  io'\  1745;  (B)  Jacob  Wright;  (C)  157;  (D) 
Sarah  Wright;  (E)  1-11-45/4;  (F)  3-2-9V2;  (L)  Ezekiel  Wright  & 
Solomon  Watkins;   (]\I)  Ezekiel  ab".  39,  Solomon  ab°.  40. 

5.  (C)  143;  (D)  John  Chamberiain;  (E)  1-8-7V4;  (M)  held  by  a 
Certificate  July  29"",  1762. 

6.  (A)  January  14*'',  1743;  (B)  John  Chamberlain;  (C)  106;  (D)  John 
Chamberlain;  (E)  i-i-i ;  (F)  2-2-2;  (L)  Tho^  Chamberlain,  Eliz. 
Chamberlain  &  Mary  Chamberlain;  (M)  Thomas  25,  Eliz:  26,  Mary  20 — 
Vide  Date  of  the  Lease. 

7.  (A)  January  24,  1756;  (B)  Joseph  Frost;  (C)  100;  (D)  Mary  Frost; 
(E)  i-o-o;   (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  Twenty  one  years. 

8.  (A)  March  2^,  1737;  (B)  Thomas  Gittings;  (C)  153;  (D)  James 
Gittings;  (E)  i-io-o;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  Susanna  Gittings,  Tho'.  Gittings  & 
James  Gittings;    (M)  Susanna  39,  Thomas  36,  James  31. 

9.  (A)  January  i,  1738;  (B)  Thomas  Gittings;  (C)  108;  (D)  Ja'. 
Gittings  &  John  Chamberlain;   (E)  1-1-7V2;  (F)  2-3-3;   (Fines  due)  i-ii- 


40         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

2;  (L)  Thomas  Gittings,  James  Gittings  &  Azael  Gittings;  (M)  Tho».  36, 
James  31,  Azael  28.     Vide  Date  of  Lease.     Fine  due  or . 

ID.  (A)  March  7,  1721  (B)  Thomas  Gittings  (C)  155;  (D)  John  Cham- 
berlaine;  (E)  2-5-0;  (F)  lO-o-o;  (L)  Margaret  Chamberlaine  Daughter 
of  Tho'.  Gittings;    (M)  Margaret  Chamberlaine  47. 

(A)  March  7,  1755;  (B)  Thomas  Gittings,  New  Lease;  (C)  295;  (D) 
James  Gittings;  (E)  3-5-0;  (F)  6-10;  (L)  Ja=.  Gittings,  Azael  Gittings  & 
Tho'.  Son  of  Tho".  Gittings;  (M)  James  31,  Azael  28,  Thomas  14.  In  this 
Lease  is  included  the  Lea . 

11.  (C)  80;    (D)  James  Gittings;    (E)  0-16-0;    (M)  held  by  Certificate. 

12.  (A)  December  28,  1728;  (B)  John  Diggs;  (C)  150;  (D)  James 
Moore;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  6-0-0;  (L)  Philip  Diggs,  Edward  Diggs  & 
William  Diggs;    (M)  Philip  50,  Edward  48,  William  46,  pays  2  Capons. 

13.  (C)  120;    (D)  John  Miller;    (E)  1-4-0;    (M)  held  by  Certificate. 

14.  (A)  February  25,  1742;  (B)  Charles  Baker;  (C)  115;  (D)  Charles 
Baker;  (E)  1-3-0;  (F)  2-6-0;  (L)  Charles  Baker  &  Charles  Baker  his 
Son;    (M)  Charles  Sen^  63,  Charles  Jun^  26. 

15.  (A)  March  20,  1720;  (B)  William  Deason;  (C)  100;  (D)  Charles 
Baker;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  Sam'.  Deason,  W".  Deason  Jun'.  & 
John  Deason;  (M)  Saml.  63,  W".  60,  John  58.  Gone  to  Virg".  ab°.  15 
years  ago. 

16.  (C)  33;   (D)  Charles  Baker;   (E)  0-6-7V2;   (M)  held  by  Certificate. 

17.  (A)  August  29,  1761;  (B)  John  James;  (C)  73;  (D)  John  James; 
(E)  0-14-7;    (F)  1-9-2;    (L)  Twenty  One  years. 

18.  (C)  100;   (D)  Michael  Jenkins;   (E)  i-o-o;   (M)  held  by  Cirtificate. 

19.  (A)  February  25,  1742;  (B)  William  Standeford;  (C)  220;  (D) 
William  Standeford;  (E)  2-4-0;  (F)  4-8-0;  (L)  William  Standeford  & 
Anila  Standeford;    (M)  William  58,  Aquila  25. 

20.  (A)  Septem^  30,  1736;  (B)  Darby  Hernley;  (C)  100;  (D)  Michael 
Jenkins;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (Fines  due)  2-0-0;  (L)  Mary  Hernley, 
Darby  Hernley  &  Edmund  Hernley;  (M)  Mary  40,  Darby  35,  Edmund 
33,  all  gone  to  Carolina  4  y . 

21.  (A)  March  20,  1720;  (B)  John  Fuller;  (C)  120;  (D)  Michael 
Jenkins;  (E)  0-12-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (Fines  due)  4-0-0;  (L)  Henry  Fuller, 
Nehemiah  Fuller;  (M)  Henry  50,  Nehemiah  48,  pays  2  Capons.  Gone  to 
Carolina. 

22.  (A)  January  i,  1738;  (B)  Thomas  Gittings;  (C)  98;  (D)  Thomas 
Gittings;  (E)  0-19-7V2;  (F)  1-19-3;  (L)  Tho'.  Gittings,  James  Gittings 
&  Azael  Gittings;  (M)  Thomas  36,  James  31,  Azael  28.  Vide  Date  of 
Lease. 

23.  (A)  April  15,  1749;  (B)  James  Moore,  Jun^;  (C)  200;  (D)  Geo. 
Hunter  &  Ja^  Gittings;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  James  Moore,  Rezin 
Moore  &  Mary  Moore;    (M)  James  46,  Rezin  22,  Mary  24. 


STATE  OF   HIS  LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  41 

24.  (A)  Septem'.  29,  1756;  (B)  James  Moore;  (C)  200;  (D)  George 
Hunter  &  Ja'.  Gittings;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  Rezin  Moore,  Ja». 
Frances  Moore  &  Nicholas  Ruxton  Moore;  (M)  Rezin  22,  Ja'.  Francis  15, 
Nic^  Ruxton  12. 

25-  (A)  January  29,  1762;  (B)  Rezin  Moore;  (C)  125;  (D)  George 
Hunter;  (E)  1-5-0;  (F)  2-10-0;  (L)  Twenty  one  years. 
.  26.  (A)  December  15,  1742;  (B)  James  Demmit;  (C)  200;  (D)  Arthur 
Croskery;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (Fines  due)  4-0-0;  (L)  Ja=.  Demmit, 
Athaliah  Demmit  &  EHz:  Demmit;  (M)  James  60,  AthaHah  29,  Eliz:  27. 
Gone  to  Carolina,  ab°.  i  year. 

27.  (A)  March  20,  1720;  (B)  William  Demmit;  (C)  100;  (D)  James 
Demmit;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  James  60,  William  56.  Pay  2 
Capons.     Ja'.  gone  to  Carolina. 

28.  (A)  March  7,  1755;  (B)  Tho».  Gittings;  (C)  50;  (D)  James 
Gittings;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  James  Gittings,  Azael  Gittings,  & 
Tho^  Son  of  Tho=.  Gittings;    (M)  James  31,  Azael  28,  Thomas  14. 

29.  (C)  166;  (D)  James  Demmitt;  (E)  1-13-2V2;  (M)  held  by  Cer- 
tificate April  10,  1755. 

30.  (A)  Sept.  II,  1728;  (B)  Darby  Hernley;  (C)  100;  (D)  Joseph 
Lewis;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  4-0-0;  (Fines  due)  4-0-0;  (L)  Darby  Hernley, 
Ann  Hernley,  Mary  Hernley;  (M)  Darby  63,  Mary  40,  Ann  42.  "Quere 
all  gone  to  Carolina." 

31.  (C)  156;  (D)  Joseph  Lewis;  (E)  1-11-2V2;  (M)  held  by  Certificate 
March  25"",  1761. 

32.  (C)  14;  (D)  Arthur  Croskery;  (E)  0-2-10V4;  (M)  held  by  Cer- 
tificate Sep'.  29,  1762. 

33.  (A)  Jan.  I,  1738;  (B)  Tho=.  Gittings;  (C)  36;  (D)  Ja^  Gittings  & 
John  Chamberlaine;  (E)  0-7-2V2;  (F)  0-14-5;  (L)  Tho».  Gittings,  James 
Gittings,  Azael  Gittings;  (M)  Tho^  36,  James  31,  Azael  28.  Vide  Date 
of  Lease,  same  Land  as  No.  3 . 

34.  (A)  Jan.  I,  1738 record  duplicates  Piatt  33 ;    (L)  "same 

lives." 

35-  (C)  76;  (D)  WiUiam  Sandeford;  (E)  0-15-2V2;  (M)  held  by  Cer- 
tificate Feb.  25,  1754.  This  &  No.  19  are  the  same  Land  &  make  together 
2 . 

36.  (C)  22;  (D)  Benjamin  Guiton;  (E)  0-4-4V4;  (M)  held  by  Cer- 
tificate. 

37.  (A)  July  7,  1743;  (B)  Abraham  Enlows;  (C)  41;  (D)  Robert 
Cummings;  (E)  1-8-2;  (F)  2-16-6;  (L)  Mary  Enlows  &  Benj^  Enlows; 
(M)  Mary  56,  Benj\  28. 

38.  (C)  143;  (D)  Edward  Bussey;  (E)  1-8-7V4;  (M)  held  by  Certifi- 
cate. 


42         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

39-  (C)  15V4;  (D)  Jeremiah  Chance;  (E)  0-2-V2;  (M)  held  by  Certifi- 
cate. 

40.  (C)  140;  (D)  William  Bryan;  (E)  1-8-0;  (M)  held  by  Certificate, 
Dec.  15,  1750. 

41.  (C)  52;  (D)  Abraham  Bryan;  (E)  0-10-4V4;  (M)  held  by  Ditto 
Aug.  30,  1762. 

42.  (A)  May  10,  1748;  (B)  Abraham  Ditto;  (C)  100;  (D)  Abraham 
Ditto;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-a-o;  (L)  Abraham  Ditto,  Mary  Ditto  &  Diana 
Ditto;    (M)  Abraham  50,  Mary  45,  Diana  27. 

43.  (A)  Dec.  17,  1742;  (B)  John  Legett;  (C)  125;  (D)  Thomas  Butler; 
(E)  1-5-0;  (F)  2-10-0;  (Fines  due)  2-10-0;  (L)  John  Legett;  (M)  John 
Legett  56. 

44.  (C)  13;  (D)  Samuel  Watkins;  (E)  0-2-7V4;  (M)  held  by  Certifi- 
cate Aug.  16,  1762. 

45.  (C)  152;  (D)  Samuel  Watkins;  (E)  1-10-4V4;  (M)  held  by  Certifi- 
cate May  21,  1750. 

46.  (C)  100;  (D)  Colding  Coombs;  (E)  i-o-o;  (M)  held  by  Certificate 
June  20,  1753. 

47.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1748;  (B)  Cornelius  Lynch;  (C)  120;  (D)  Cornelius 
Lynch;  (E)  1-4-0;  (F)  2-4-0;  (L)  Winifred  Lynch,  Catharine  Lynch  & 
Hugh  Brady;    (M)  Winifred  26  [?],  Catharine  22,  Hugh  Brady  24. 

48.  (A)  May  28,  1761;  (B)  Cornelius  Lynch;  (C)  140;  (D)  Cornelius 
Lynch;    (E)  1-8-0;    (F)  2-16-0;    (L)  Twenty  one  years. 

49.  (A)  Dec.  16,  1742;  (B)  William  Dimmit;  (C)  200;  (D)  Benjamin 
Guiton;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  William  Dimmit,  James  Dimmit  & 
W".  Dimmit,  Jun'. ;   (M)  William  56,  James  50,  William,  Jun^  26. 

50.  (A)  Nov.  10,  1733;  (B)  Abraham  Enlows;  (C)  100;  (D)  Robert 
Cummings;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (Fines  due)  2-0-0;  (L)  Mary  Enlows 
&  Benjamin  Enlows;    (M)  Mary  55,  Benj.  28. 

51.  (A)  May  30,  1744;  (B)  "Edward  Busey";  (C)  100;  (D)  "Edward 
Bussey";  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Jessie  Bussie& Thomas  Bussey;  (M) 
Jessie  29,  Thomas  24. 

52.  (C)  116;  (D)  Thomas  Atkinson;  (E)  1-3-2V2;  (M)  held  by 
Certificate  April  30,  1753. 

53.  (A)  March  25,  1742;  (B)  William  Coal;  (C)  100;  (D)  Edward 
Rose;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (Unpaid  fines)  2-0-0;  (L)  William  Coal, 
Mary  Coal  &  Broad  Coal;   (M)  William  45,  Mary  43,  Broad  34. 

54.  (A)  July  7,  1748;  (B)  Peter  Mallanee;  (C)  100;  (D)  Abraham 
Wright;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  John  Mallanee;   (M)  John  Mallanee  30. 

55.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1743;  (B)  John  Lawson;  (C)  152;  (D)  Jeremiah 
Chanee;  (E)  1-10-272;  (F)  3-0-5;  (L)  John  Lawson,  Ann  Lawson  & 
Eliz:   Lawson;    (M)  John  42,  Ann  28,  Eliz:   27. 


STATE   OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  43 

56.  (A)  Sept.  22,  1761;  (B)  Jeremiah  Chanee;  (C)  18;  (D)  Jeremiah 
Chanee ;    (E)  0-3-7 ;   (F)  0-7-2 ;   (L)  Twenty  one  years. 

57.  (C)  104;  (D)  James  ElHot;  (E)  1-0-9V2;  (M)  held  by  Certificate 
March  31,  1746. 

58.  (A)  March  2^  1737;  (B)  Robert  Gott;  (C)  100;  (D)  Mary 
Gudgeons;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Richard  Gott  &  EHzabeth  Gott; 
(M)  Richard  31,  EHz:  42. 

59.  (C)  44;  (D)  Abraham  Wright;  (E)  0-8-9V2;  (M)  held  by  Cirtifi- 
cate,  60.  (A)  March  2'*,  1737;  (B)  Richard  Cox;  (C)  100;  (D)  Henry 
MCastHn;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (Unpaid  fines)  6-0-0;  (L)  Ann  Cox  & 
Elizabeth  Cox;  (M)  Ann  55,  Eliz:  33,  remov*.  from  Virg".  to  S".  Carolina 
ab".  3  years. 

61.  (A)  Sept.  9,  1761;  (B)  Groombright  Bailey;  (C)  175;  (D)  Groom- 
bright  Bailey;    (E)  1-15-0;   (F)  3-10-0;   (L)  Twenty  one  years. 

62.  (A)  March  7'\  1746;  (B)  William  Wilson;  (C)  240;  (D)  John  & 
Benjamin  Thidd  Wilson;  (E)  2-8-0;  (F)  4-16-0;  (L)  John  Wilson  & 
Benjamin  Thidd  Wilson;    (M)  John  46,  Benjamin  36. 

63.  (A)  January  12,  1746;  (B)  Richard  Harriot;  (C)  100;  (D)  Richard 
Harriot;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Richard  Harriot,  Ann  Harriot  & 
Mary  Harriot;    (M)  Richard  60,  Ann  28,  Mary  26. 

64.  (C)  72;  (D)  John  Wilson;  (E)  0-14-4V4;  (M)  held  by  Certificate 
May  25"',  1762. 

65.  (A)  Sept.  13,  1734;  (B)  John  Lawson;  (C)  100;  (D)  George  Smith; 
(E)  I-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (Unpaid  fines)  2-0-0;  (L)  John  Lawson,  Thomas 
Lawson  &  Moses  Lawson;    (M)  John  42,  Thomas  39,  Moses  38. 

66.  (C)  62;  (D)  Michael  Jenkins;  (E)  0-12-4V4;  (M)  held  by  Certifi- 
cate May  19"',  1754  for  162,  the  100  acres . 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  [Conegocheague?] 
1767 —  Surveyed  October  25*^.  17 — 

1.  (A)  July  21,  1762;  (B)  Joseph  Williams;  (C)  233;  (D)  George  Ross 
Ex^  of  Lessee;    (E)  2-6-8;    (E)  5.  13.  4;    (L)  21  yrs. 

2.  (A)  June  23,  1762;  (B)  George  Ross;  (C)  300;  (D)  George  Ross; 
(E)  3-0-0;   (F)  6-0-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

3.  (A)  June  23,  1762;  (B)  Aaron  More ;  (C)  128;  (D)  Aaron  More;  (E) 
1-5-7;    (F)  2-1 1-2;    (L)  21  yrs. 

4.  (A)  Octob^  17,  1737;  (B)  Van  Swearingen  Sen'.;  (C)  103;  (D)  Van 
Swearingen  Jun^;  (E)  -il-o;  (F)  o-ii-o;  Fines  due,  o-ii-o;  (L) 
Joseph  Swearingen,  John  Swearingen  &  Van  Swearingen,  Sons  of  Lessie; 
(M)  Joseph  42,  John  36,  Van  34.     Quere  if  this  fine  is  due. 


44         MARYLAND    RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

5.  (A)  Septem'.  17,  1762;  (B)  Van  Swearingen  Jun'.;  (C)  165;  (D) 
Van  Swearingen,  Jun^;   (E)  1-13-0;    (F)  3-6-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

6.  (A)  June  28,  1762;  (B)  Arnest  Cremer;  (C)  iii;  (D)  Arnest 
Cremer,  Lessee;   (E)  1-2-2 V2;    (F)  2-4-5;    (L)  21  yrs. 

7.  (A)  Septem'.  7,  1762;  (B)  Basil  Williams;  (C)  300;  (D)  Basil 
Williams;    (E)  3-0-0;    (F)  6-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

8.  (A)  Decem^  9,  1752;  (B)  Col°.  Thomas  Prather;  (C)  214;  (D) 
Thomas  Prather;  (E)  1-1-4V4;  (F)  2-2-9V2;  (L)  Thomas  Prather;  (M) 
Thomas  Prather  60,  Elizabeth  &  Thomas  Clegett  Prather,  both  Dead. 

9.  (A)  Septem^  30,  1765;  (B)  Martin  Vasner;  (C)  65;  (D)  Martin 
Carner;  (E)  0-13-0;  (F)  1-6-0;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M)  held  by  Certificate 
dated  March  30,  1765.     Lease  executed. 

10.  (C)  100;  (D)  Edward  Gaither;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs. 
held  by  Certificate  dated  March  4"^,  1763  made  to  Danl.  Williams  &  sold 
to  present  Possessor. 

11.  (C)  100;  (D)  Valentine  Lytle;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Feb.  28,  1765. 

12.  (C)  100;  (D)  Zephaniah  Walker;  (E)  0-13-7 V2;  (F)  i~7-3;  Fines 
due,  1-7-3;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Mch.  14"',  1765  for 
Joseph  Wells  &  sold  to  the  present  Possessor. 

13.  (A)  Decem^  23=*,  1762;  (B)  Richard  Lucas ;  (C)  100;  (D)  Lawrence 
Swoop;    (E)  I-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

14.  (A)  March  s"-,  1763;  (B)  James  Kendall;  (C)  100;  (D)  Jacob 
Pryliman;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

15.  (A)  Feby.  10,  1763;  (B)  Joseph  Wells;  (C)  150;  (D)  Joseph  Wells; 
(E)  i-io-o;    (F)  3-0-0;    (M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Feb.  lo"',  1763. 

16.  (A)  Jan".  30,  1737;  (B)  Jonathan  "Symmonds"  Sen".;  (C)  200; 
(D)  John  Swearingen;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Ehzabeth  "Symonds" 
&  Jonathan  "Symonds";   (M)  Lessee  dead,  Elizabeth  52,  Jonathan  31. 

17.  (C)  56;  (D)  Samuel  Lucas;  (E)  0-11-2V2;  (F)  1-2-5;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  March  14"',  1765. 

18.  (A)  May  4'\  1749;  (B)  Peter  Bell;  (C)  72;  (D)  Samuel  Lucas 
Tenant  of  Lessee;  (E)-7-2V2;  (F)-i4-5;  (L)  Peter  Bell  Lessee  &  Samuel 
Lucas;   (M)  Peter  75,  Samuel  35,  Eliz:   wife  of  Lessee  Dead. 

19.  (C)  100;  (D)  George  Fry;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M) 
held  by  Certificate  dated  Jan.  13"",  1764.     Lease  ExC*. 

20.  (C)  100;  (D)  John  Mane;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M) 
held  by  Certificate  dated  March  14"",  1765. 

21.  (C)  100;  (D)  Jacob  Houser;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Jan^.  13*'',  1764. 

22.  (C)  100;  (D)  John  Morndaller;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Decem'.  9''',  1764. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  45 

23.  (C)94;  (D)  William  Miller;  (E)  0-18-10;  (F)  1-17-8;  (L)2iyrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  July  20*'',  1765.     Lease  Executed. 

24.  (A)  June  26"^,  1765;  (B)  Peter  Settee;  (C)  105;  (D)  Peter  Settee; 
(E)  i-l-o;  (F)  2-2-0;  (L)  21  yrs.  as  appears  by  Counterpart;  (M)  held 
by  Certificate  dated  June  26"',  1765. 

25.  (C)  70;  (D)  John  Varner;  (E)  0-14-0;  (F)  1-8-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  June  26,  1765.     Lease  Exc^. 

26.  (A)  October  6*\  1763,  (B)  John  Layman;  (C)  125;  (D)  Adam 
Miller;    (E)  1-5-0;   (F)  2-10-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

27.  (C)  118;  (D)  Joseph  Leaman;  (E)  1-3-7;  (F)  2-7-3;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Feb.  25"',  1765.     Lease  ExC*. 

28.  (A)  July  21=*,  1762;  (B)  John  Laymon;  (C)  160;  (D)  Joseph 
Burley;    (E)  1-12-0;    (F)  3-4-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

29.  (C)  120;  (D)  Frederick  Shaveley;  (E)  1-4-0;  (F)  2-8-0;  (L)  21 
yrs.;   (M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Feb^.  26"",  1765.     Lease  Exc*. 

30.  (C)  120;  (D)  John  Upperhizer;  (E)  1-10-7V2;  (F)  3-1-3;  (L)  21 
yrs.;    (M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Feb^.  27"^,  1765. 

31.  (A)  Decem'.  24*'',  1762;  (B)  John  Belt,  Son  of  Higginton;  (C)  100; 
(D)  Jeremiah  Lackland;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

32.  (A)  June  13,  1763;  (B)  James  Stockwell;  (C)  115;  (D)  Jacob 
Priliman;    (E)  1-3-0;    (F)  2-6-0;   Fines  due  2-6-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

33.  (C)68;  (D)  John  Bowslaw;  (E)  0-13-7 V2;  (F)  1-7-3;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Decem'.  31'*,  1765.     Lease  Exc*. 

34.  (A)  Sept^  29">,  1743;  (B)  Thomas  Waller ;  (C)  loo;  (D)  Christian 
Miller;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Lessee,  Mary,  Lessee's  wife  &  John 
their  Son;    (M)  Lessee  86,  Mary  70,  John  29. 

35.  (A)  April  4,  1763;  (B)  Christian  Miller;  (C)  132;  (D)  Christian 
Miller,  Lessee;    (E)  1-6-5;    (F)  2-12-10;    (L)  21  yrs. 

36.  (A)  June  18,  1763;  (B)  Nicholas  Rhodes;  (C)  126;  (D)  Nich^ 
Rhodes,  Lessee;    (E)  1-5-2 V2;    (F)  2-10-5;    (L)  21  yrs. 

37.  (A)  June  I9t^  1763;  (B)  Ezekiel  Rhodes;  (C)  100;  (D)  Ezekiel 
Rhodes,  Lessee;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

38.  (A)  Aug'.  25,  1763;  (B)  James  Butcher;  (C)  100;  (D)  James 
Butcher,  Lessee;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

39.  (A)  Septm^  29"',  1737;  (B)  Van  Swearingen;  (C)  278;  (D)  Van 
Swearingen,  Lessee;  (E)  1-7-9V2;  (F)  1-7-7;  (L)  Lessee,  Samuel  & 
Charles;  (M)  Lessee  76,  Samuel  37,  Charles  32.  N.  B.  This  fine  is  less 
than  the  ann.  Rent. 

40.  (A)  Aug'.  26,  1763;  (B)  Charles  Swearingen ;  (C)  92;  (D)  Charles 
Swearingen,  Lessee;    (E)  0-18-5;   (F)  1-16-10;    (L)  21  yrs. 

41.  (A)  Sept'.  6,  1763;  (B)  Charles  Neal,  Jun^  (C)  130;  (D)  Eleanor 
Midley;    (E)  1-6-0;    (F)  2-12-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 


46         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER  COUNTY 

42.  (A)  Feby.  26,  1739;  (B)  John  Hallam;  (C)  lOO;  (D)  Leonard 
Smith;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Lessee,  Mary  his  wife  &  William 
their  son;  Lessee  65,  Mary  55,  William  36.  Quere  if  all  alive.  Vide 
Minutes. 

43.  (C)  128;  (D)  Leonard  Smith;  (E)  1-5-7V2;  (F)  2-1 1-3;  (L)  21 
yrs. ;    (M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Sept^  10"^,  1765. 

44.  (A)  Oct^  17"',  1737;  (B)  Van  Swearingen;  (C)  99;  (D)  Christ°. 
Plunk  or  Brunk;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  o-io-o;  (L)  Van  Swearingen's  Son  & 
Elizabeth  Wife  of  Lessee;  (M)  Van  40,  Elizabeth  70.  N.  B.  The  names 
of  the  Lessee  &  Lives  in  this  Lease  &  Coun  |[?]  are  erased  &  other  inserted. 

45.  (A)  July  27,  1762;  (B)  Joseph  Ranch;  (C)  172;  (D)  Christopher 
Plunk;    (E)  1-14-5;    (F)  3-8-10;    (L)  21  yrs. 

46.  (A)  July  26,  1762;  (B)  Joseph  Crable;  (C)  185;  (D)  Adam  Coodle 
&  Jacob  Grove;    (E)  1-17-0;    (F)  3-14-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

47.  (A)  Aug'.  5,  1762;  (B)  Jacob  Miers;  (C)  100;  (D)  John  Judy;  (E) 
i-o-o;   (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

48.  (A)  March  16,  1761;  (B)  David  Miller;  (C)  148;  (D)  David 
Miller;    (E)  1-9-6;    (F)  2-19-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

49.  (A)  Sept'.  19,  1761;  (B)  WilHam  Miller;  (C)  108;  (D)  George 
Huver;    (E)  1-1-7V2;    (F)  2-3-3;    (L)  21  yrs. 

50.  (A)  [Torn]  em  7,  1761;  (B)  Jacob  Yeakill;  (C)  107;  (D)  Jacob 
Yeakill,  Lessee;   (E)  1-1-5;   (F)  2-2-10;   (L)  21  yrs. 

51.  (A)  [Torn]  tem^  30,  1763;  (B)  Robert  Jackson;  (C)  150;  (D) 
Robert  Jackson,  Lessee;    (E)  i-io-o;   (F)  3-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

52.  (A)  Septmb^  29,  1760;  (B)  James  Hinthorn;  (C)  171;  (D)  Jacob 
Plunk;   (E)  1-3-5;    (F)  2-6-10;    (L)  21  yrs. 

53-  (C)  177;  (D)  John  Craig;  (E)  1-15-5;  (F)  3-10-10;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Octo'.  1st,  1763.  Ed"*.  Nichols  has  a  Lease 
for  Lives  on  this  but  he  never  [improved?] 

54.  (A)  [Torn]  29'S  1759;  (B)  Rich^.  Carter;  (C)  70;  (D)  Richard 
Carter,  Lessee;  (E)  a-14-0;  (F)  1-8-0;  (L)  21  yrs;  (M)  In  this  Lease 
there  is  a  great  mistake  in  the  Courses.     Vide  Plat  &  Minutes. 

55.  (A)  [Torn]  1745;  (B)  Joseph  Lashier;  (C)  120;  (D)  Joseph 
Lashier,  Lessee;  (E)  0-12-0;  (F)  1-4-0;  (L)  Lessee,  Thomas  Lashier  & 
John  Lashier  his  Sons;    (M)  Joseph  40,  Thomas  26,  John  24. 

56.  (A)  [Torn]  1754;  (B)  John  Little;  (C)  138;  _(D)  Rich<i.  Carter,  Ex^ 
of  Lessee;  (E)  0-13-9;  (F)  1-7-6;  (L)  Frances,  Widow  of  Lessee  &  Mary 
his  Daughter;  (M)  Frances  40,  Mary  16.  Frances  is  now  married  to  R. 
Carter  present  Tenant. 

57.  (A)  [Torn]  1754;  (B)  Peter  Malott;  (C)  106;  (D)  Peter  Malott; 
(E)  0-10-7;  (F)  1-1-2;  (L)  Lessee,  Sarah  his  Wife  &  Thomas  their  Son; 
(M)  Lessee  40,  Sarah  34  &  Thomas  16. 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  47 

58.  (A)  [Torn]  1737;  (B)  George  Gordon ;  (C)  500;  (D)  DoC.  Charles 
Neale;  (E)  2-10-0;  (F)  5-0-0;  (L)  Mary  Gordon  &  John  children  of 
Lessee  &  James  Forbes  Son  of  John  of  St.  Mary's  Co.  (M)  Mary  35,  John 
32,  James  40.     Quere  if  all  alive. 

59.  (A)  [Torn]  1759;  (B)  Doc^  Charles  Neale;  (C)  200;  (D)  Doc^ 
Charles  Neale;    (E)  2-0-0;    (F)  4-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

60.  (C)  144;  (D)  Ralph  Neale;  (E)  1-8-10;  (F)  2-17-8;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Sept^  17,  1765.     Lease  Executed. 

61.  (C)  100;  (D)  Christian  Traxall;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Sept^  15,  1765.     Lease  Executed. 

62.  (C)  164;  (D)  Ralph  Neale;  (E)  1-12-10;  (F)  3-5-8;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  Sept^  16,  1765.     (Lease  Executed). 

63.  (A)  June  i6'S  1761;  (B)  Edward  Henesch;  (C)  57;  (D)  Edward 
Henesch;   (E)  0-11-5;    (F)  1-2-10;    (L)  21  yrs. 

64.  (C)  100;  (D)  Martin  Garner;  (E)  1-2-0;  (F)  2-4-0;  (M)  held  by 
Certificate  dated  March  lo"",  1760. 

65.  (C)  240;  (D)  Martin  Varner;  (E)  2-8-0;  (F)  4-16-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  November  9"*,  1764.     Lease  Exc*. 

66.  (A)  July  19,  1763;  (B)  Martin  Trout  [Frout];  (C)  85;  (D) 
Martin  Trout  [Frout?];    (E)  0-17-0;    (F)  1-14-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

67.  (A)  June  30,  1762;  (B)  Hans  Millar;  (C)  156;  (D)  Hans  Millar; 
(E)  1-I1-2V2;    (F)  3-2-5;    (L)  21  yrs. 

68.  (C)92;  (D)  John  Fry  [Try?];  (E)  0-18-5;  (F)  1-16-10;  Fines  due 
I-16-10;  (L)  21  yrs. ;  (M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  Nov^  12"^,  1764,  made 
out  for  Jos.  Davis  &  sold  to  the  present  [Torn]. 

69.  (A)  June  13,  1762;  (B)  Ephraim  Skyles;  (C)  122;  (D)  Ephraim 
Skyles;  (E)  1-4-5;  (F)  2-8-10;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M)  this  Lot  lies  almost 
without  the  Manor  Lines. 

70.  (C)  104;  (D)  Thomas  South;  (E)  0-10-5;  (F)  i-o-io;  (L) 
Thomas  South  age  about  50;  (M)  Certificate  dated  Sept^  29,  1763,  but 
whether  held  by  it  or  not  uncertain  vide . 

71.  (C)76;  (D)  Joseph  Malott;  (E)o-i5-2V2;  (F)  1-10-5;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Certificate  dated  July  20,  1765.     Leese  executed. 

72.  (C)  51;  (D)  Benjamin  Malott;  (E)  0-10-2V2;  (F)  1-0-5;  (L)  21 
yrs;   (M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  Feby.  25,  1766.     Lease  Executed. 

73.  (C)  200;  (D)  George  Ross;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  Sept'.  29,  1765.     Lease  Executed. 

74.  (C)  170;  (D)  George  Ross;  (E)  1-14-0;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  Sep'.  29,  1765.     Ditto. 

75.  (A)  Oct^  ;    (B)  John  Swan;    (C)  100;    (D)  John  Swan;    (E) 

o-io-o;    (F)  i-o-o;    (L)  Lessee,  EHzabeth  his  Wife  &  Thomas  their  Son; 
(M)  Lessee  45,  Wife  43,  Son  20. 


48         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

76.  (B)  Thomas  Cresap;    (C)    106;    (D)   CoI°.  Thomas  Cresap;    (D) 

0-10-8;     (E)   ;     (L)   Lessee,  Thomas  his  Son  &  Michael  his  Son. 

(M)  tis  said  Cresap  has  a  Leese  for  this. 

77.  (C)  200;  (D)  Thomas  Powell;  (E)  2-0-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs. ; 
(M)  held  by  Cirtificate  June  14"",  1765.  Lies  in  the  Reser\'e,  is  part  of 
Helmes'  Reston  Widows  Mito  QCaveat?]] 

78.  (C)  50;  (D)  John  Powell;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  21  yrs.;  (M) 
held  by  Cirtificate  June  12,  1765.     Lies  in  the  Reserve.     Lease  Executed. 

79.  (C)  100;  (D)  Jeremiah  Foster;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  21  yrs.; 
(M)  held  by  Cirtificate  June  16,  1765.     Lies  in  the  Reserve. 

80.  (C)  100;  (D)  Anthony  Higer  [?];  (E)  i-o-o;  _(F)  2-0-K);  (L)  21 
yrs.;  (M)  held  by  Cirtificate  dated  June  15,  1765.  Lies  in  the  Reserve. 
Leese  Exc*. 

Note:  Conegocheague  (?)  Manor,  pages  43-48,  probably  belongs  in 
Frederick  County,  following. 


FREDERICK  COUNTY,  1767-1768 


"State  of  His  Lordship's  Manor  of  Monococy, 
Monococy,  1767."* 

Lot  or  Plat  No.  i.  (A)  Leased  Nov.  i,  1752  to  (B)  Simon  Shover,  (C) 
54  acres;  (D)  tenant  in  possession,  Simon  Shover,  lessie;  (E)  annual  rent, 
-10-10;  (F)  "aluna.  fine,"  i-i-io;  fines  due,  none;  (L)  leased  on  lives  of 
Simon  Shover,  Adam  son  of  Simon,  Peter  Shover;  (M)  ages  of  persons 
named  in  the  lease,  Simon  55,  Adam  20,  Peter  21. 

No.  2.  Leased  Aug.  23,  1741  to  John  Biggs,  203  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  Caspar  Devil;  annual  rent,  1-0-4;  aluna.  fine,  2-0-8;  fines 
due,  none;  leased  on  2  lives,  Benjamin  Biggs  &  Wife,  Benjamin  Biggs  & 
William  Biggs;  Ages  Benjamin  43,  William  []?]o.  []Note:  the  latter  age 
is  indistinct  as  to  the  first  figure — the  "O"  is  heavy,  as  in  correction. 
Following  is  the  addition  of  43  and  15,  or  58,  and  after  the  "58"  appears 

"55"-] 

No.  3.  Leased  March  30,  1745  to  Daniel  Pattinger,  186  acres;  tenants 
in  possession,  George,  David  and  Christn.  Miller;  annual  rent,  0-18-7; 
aluna.  fine,  1-17-2;  fines  due,  none;  leased  on  3  lives.  Daniel  Pattinger, 
John  Pattinger  &  Elizabeth  Pattinger;  ages  Daniel  55,  John  27  &  Elizabeth 
50. 

No.  4.  Leased  Nov.  28,  1743  to  George  Devil,  125  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  Caspar  Devil;  annual  rent  0-12-6;  aliena.  fine  1-5-0;  fines 
due,  none;  leased  on  2  lives,  George  and  John  Devil's;  ages,  George  55, 
John  27. 

No.  5.  Leased  Febry.  25,  1743  to  Peter  Evelant,  99  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  George  Devil,  Junr. ;  an.  rent  0-9-1 1;  aliena.  fine  0-19-10; 
fines  due,  none;  leased  on  3  lives,  John  Hoffman,  Barbara  Hoffman  & 
George  son  of  George  Devil;   ages  John  55,  Barbara  56,  George  22. 

No.  6.  Leased  Oct.  8,  1741  to  William  Wilson,  100  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  William  Wilson,  lessie;  an.  rent  o-io-o;  aliena.  fine  i-o-o; 
leased  on  3  lives,  John  Wilson,  William  Wilson,  Thomas  Wilson;  ages 
John  42,  WiUiam  37,  Thomas  26. 

No.  7.  Leased  June  25,  1761  to  Robert  Whitnall,  33  acres;  Robert 
Whitnall  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent  0-6-7;  aliena.  fine,  0-13-2;  fines 
due,  none;   leased  for  21  years. 

No.  8.  Leased  Deer.  6,  1743  to  Handell  Hann,  120  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  Frederick  Baker;  an.  rent,  0-12-0;  aliena.  fine,  1-4-0;  fines 
due,  none;    leased  on  lives  of  Handel  Hann,  Mary  Hann,  &  Catherine 

*  This  information  is  given  in  2  sheets  I2j^  in.  x  17}^  in. 

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52     MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK  CO.— MONOCOCY 

Hann;  ages  Handel  45,  Mary  40,  Catherine  13,  all  gone  to  Carolina  8 
years. 

No.  9.  Leased  March  12,  1754  to  Richard  Cooke,  240  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  George  Devil;  an.  rent,  1-4-0;  aliena.  fine,  2-8-0;  fines  due, 
none;  leased  on  lives  of  Richd.  Cooke  [Mary  Magdale  crossed  out]  & 
Richard  Donaldson  Cooke;  ages  Richard  50,  [Mary  Magdalene  46], 
Richard  Donaldson  20. 

No.  ID.  Leased  Augst.  26,  1748  to  Joseph  Hedge,  150  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  Charles  Hedge,  Junr. ;  an.  rent,  0-15-0;  aliena.  fine,  i-io-o; 
leased  on  life  of  Solomon  Douther  age  of  person  named  in  the  lease 
Solomon  40,  gone  to  Carolina  14  years.     Que.  if  alive. 

No.  II.  Leased  Deer.  22,  1741  to  Thomas  Ebthorp,  100  acres;  tenant 
in  possession  Charles  Hedge,  Senr. ;  an.  rent,  o-io-o;  aliena.  fine,  i-o-o; 
fines  due  3-0-0 ;  leased  on  life  of  Peter  Numbers;  age  Peter.     Que.  if  alive. 

No.  12.  Leased  Novr.  8,  1752  to  Kennedy  Farrell,  250  acres;  tenant  in 
possession  William  Crume;  an.  rent,  1-5-0;  aliena.  fine,  2-10-0;  fines 
due,  2-10-0;  leased  on  life  of  John  Farrell ;  age  of  John  30.     Que.  if  alive. 

No.  13.  Leased  Octr.  29,  1751  to  Christian  Rodebaugh,  132  acres; 
tenant  in  possession  Jacob  Cremer;  an.  rent,  0-13-2V4;  aliena.  fine, 
1-6-4 V2;  fines  due,  none;  leased  on  life  of  Christian  Rodebaugh,  Elisabeth 
Rodebaugh,  Valentine  Wisecup  [WinecupPJ;  ages  of  persons  named  in 
lease,  Christian  60,  Elisabeth  50,  Valentine  22.  Gone  to  Raestown  12 
years.     Que.  if  alive. 

No.  14.     Leased ,  to ,  50  acres;  tenant  in  possession  Christian 

Berg — held  by  Certificate  dated  May  12th,  1761. 

No.  15.  Leased  Octor.  10,  1764  to  George  Devil,  103  acres;  George 
Devil  lessie  in  possession;  annual  rent,  1-0-7Y4;  aliena.  fine,  2-1-0V2; 
leased  for  20  years.     Also  written  "19  yr.  lease." 

No.  16.  Leased  Septr.  30,  1765  to  William  Smith,  77  acres;  William 
Smith  lessie  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-15-5V2;  aliena.  fine,  l-io-ii. 
Leased  for  18  years. 

No.  17.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1764  to  Simon  Shover,  18  acres;  Simon 
Shover  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-3-7;  aliena.  fine,  0-7-2;  leased  for  19 
years. 

No.  18.  Leased  Febry.  24,  1743  to  John  Christian  Smith,  100  acres; 
John  Christian  Smith  lessie  in  charge;  an.  rent,  o-io-o;  aliena.  fine, 
i-o-o;  leased  on  3  lives  John  Christian  Smith  53  yrs.,  William  Smith  30, 
Peter  Berg,  Junr.  28. 

No.  19.  Leased  Octor.  29,  1764  to  Jacob  Keller,  11V2  acres;  Jacob 
Keller  lessie  in  charge;  ann.  rent,  0-2-2;  aliena.  fine,  0-4-4;  fines  due, 
none;   leased  for  19  years. 

No.  20.     Leased  Octr.  29,  1751  to  Jacob  Keller,  120  acres;  Jacob  Keller 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  53 

lessie  in  charge;  an.  rent,  0-12-0;  aliena  fine,  1-4-0;  leased  on  lives  of 
Jacob  Keller  and  Alary  Keller;   ages  Jacob  38,  Mary  17. 

No.  21.  Leased  June  3,  1763  to  Isaac  Ritchy,  100  acres;  Isaac  Ritchey 
lessie  in  charge;   an.  rent,  i-o-o;   aliena.  fine,  2-0-0;   21  years'  lease. 

No.  22.  85  acres;  tenant  in  charge  John  Beard;  held  by  Certificate 
dated  Novr.  25,  1763. 

No.  23.  Leased  Febry.  g**",  1763  to  Christian  Shutter,  100  acres; 
Christian  Shutter  in  charge;  an.  rent,  i-o-o;  aliena.  fine,  2-0-0;  lease  for 
12  years. 

No.  24.  Leased  April  11,  1742  to  Frederick  Clapbough,  150  acres; 
Peter  Hedge  tenant  in  charge;  an.  rent,  0-15-0;  aliena.  fine,  i-io-o; 
leased  on  lives  of  Mary  Clapbough,  age  66,  John  Clapbough,  age  35. 

No.  25  (first).  Leased  to  Peter  Berg,  in  possession,  100  acres;  an.  rent, 
O-IO-O;  aliena.  fine,  i-o-o;  leased  on  lives  of  Peter  Berg,  Catherine 
Berg,  William  Berg;  ages  of  persons  named  in  lease  Peter  55,  Catherine  48, 
William  27. 

No.  25.     257  acres,  Peter  Berg  in  possession;  held  by  certificate  May  3, 

1753- 

No.  26.  Leased  Febry.  25,  1743  to  Johannes  Berg,  150  acres;  Johannes 
Berg  lessie  in  charge;  an.  rent,  0-15-0;  aliena.  fine,  i-io-o;  leased  on 
lives  of  Johannes  Berg,  age  53,  Judith  Berg,  age  49,  John,  age  29. 

No.  27.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1752  to  John  Berg,  100  acres;  "Johnie 
(Johannes)"  Berg  lessie  in  charge;  an.  rent,  i-o-o;  aliena.  fine,  2-0-0; 
lease  for  21  years. 

No.  28.  Leased  Febry.  24,  1743  to  Christian  Berg,  122  acres;  Christian 
Berg,  lessie  in  charge;  an.  rent,  0-12-3;  aliena.  fine,  1-4-6;  leased  on  lives 
of  Christian  Berg,  age  (?)  7,  William  25,  John  28. 

No.  29.  Leased  July  22,  1753  to  Martin  Adams,  136  acres;  Andrus 
Adams  tenant  in  charge;  an.  rent,  0-13-7;  aluna.  fine,  1-7-2;  leased  on 
lives  of  Mary  Adams  Henry  Adams;  Mary  50  years,  "Henry,  Que.  if 
there  is  any  such  Person." 

No.  30.  Leased  July  25,  1742  to  William  Elrod,  100  acres;  tenant  in 
charge  Christian  Creger;  an.  rent,  o-io-o;  alina.  fine,  i-o-o;  leased  on 
lives  of  James  Read,  age  50,  Mary  Read,  age  49,  Henry  Read,  age  27. 

No.  31.  Leased  May  6th,  1761  to  Henry  Hoover,  90  acres;  Henry 
Hoover  lessie  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-18-0;  aluna.  fines,  1-16-0;  leased 
for  21  years. 

No.  32.  Leased  Octr.  10,  1759  to  Valentine  Creger,  153  acres;  Valentine 
Creger  in  possession;  an.  rent,  1-10-8;  aliena.  fine,  3-1-4;  leased  for  21 
years. 

No.  33.  Leased  June  10,  1749  to  Johannes  Kooper,  140  acres;  Johannes 
Kooper,  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-14-0;  aliena.  fine,  1-8-0;   leased 


54     MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK  CO.— MONOCOCY 

on  lives  of  Johannes  Kooper,  age  47,  Mary  Kooper,  age  37,  Charity 
Kooper,  21. 

No.  34.  Leased  May  6th,  1761  to  Anthony  Abell,  160  acres;  John 
Cress  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  1-12-0;  aHena.  fine,  3-4-0;  lease  for 
21  years. 

No.  35.  Leased  Octr.  ist,  1742  to  John  Henn  [^Kenn?],  200  acres; 
Jacob  Cremer  tenant  in  possession;   an.  rent,  i-o-o;   aliena.  fine,  2-0-0; 

leased  on  lives  of  Sarah  Henn,  age  48,  EHzabeth  Henn,  age  28  ■ "in 

Carolina  16  years." 

No.  36.  Leased  April  4,  1745  to  Nathan  Gregg,  230  acres;  Robert 
Fulton  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  1-3-0;  aliena.  fine,  2-6-0;  leased 
on  life  of  William  Gregg,  age  40. 

No.  37.  Leased  Deer.  22,  1741  to  John  Bell,  113  acres;  Charles 
Springer  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-11-4;  aliena.  fine,  1-2-8; 
leased  on  lives  of  John  Bell,  age  60,  Elizabeth  Bell,  age  50,  John  Bell,  age 

27- 

No.  38.  Leased  June  5,  1750  to  John  Silver,  40  acres;  John  Silver, 
lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-4-0;  aliena.  fine,  0-8-0;  leased  on  lives 
of  John  Silver  age  45,  and  Susannah  Silver  age  18. 

No.  39.  Leased  Octr.  23,  1762  to  Samuel  Matthews,  83  acres;  Samuel 
Matthews  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-16-7V2;  aHena.  fine,  1-3-3; 
leased  for  21  years. 

No.  40.  Leased  Octr.  26,  1762  to  John  Matthews,  94  acres;  Frederick 
Rumbirts  [?]  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-18-10;  aliena.  fine, 
I-17-8;   fines  due,  1-17-8;   leased  for  21  years. 

No.  41.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1765  to  George  Humbert,  for  18  years,  200 
acres;   George  Humbert,  lessee  in  possession. 

No.  42.  Leased  Octr.  26,  1762  to  William  Berg,  for  21  years,  100  acres; 
William  Berg,  lessee  in  possession;   an.  rent,  i-o-o;    aliena.  fine,  2-0-0. 

No.  43.  Leased  Octr.  20,  1762  to  Handel  Berg  for  21  years,  75  acres; 
Handel  Berg,  lessee,  in  possession;   an.  rent,  a-15-0;   aliena.  fine,  i-io-o. 

No.  44.  Leased  Jany.  22,  1742  to  William  Berg,  250  acres;  William  and 
Handel  sons  of  lessee;  an.  rent,  1-5-0;  aliena.  fine,  2-10-0;  leased  on 
lives  of  William  Berg  age  40,  and  John  Berg  age  22,  sons  of  Handel  Berg. 

No.  45.  Leased  March  12,  1754  to  Catherine  Crouse,  80  acres;  Martin 
Smith  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-8-0;  aliena.  fine,  0-16-0;  leased 
on  lives  of  Catherine  Crouse  age  50,  and  Christian  Crouse  age  22. 

No.  46.  Leased  June  4,  1763  to  Martin  Smith  for  21  years,  38  acres; 
Martin  Smith  lessee  in  possession. 

No.  47.  Leased  Septr.  30,  1763  to  Jabez  Jarvis  for  18  years,  150  acres; 
Stephen  Miller  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  i-io-o;  aliena.  fine, 
3-0-0. 


STATE   OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  55 

No.  48.  Leased  March  31,  1763  to  Luke  Bernard  for  21  years,  100 
acres;  Luke  Bernard  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  i-o-o;  aliena.  fine, 
2-0-0. 

No.  49.  Leased  March  30,  1763  to  Nathanael  Bernard  for  21  years,  90 
acres;  Catherine  Hartman  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-18-0;  aliena. 
fine,  1-16-0;   fines  due,  1-17-0. 

No.  50.  45  acres,  tenant  in  possession  Robert  Wood ;  held  by  Certifi- 
cate dated  Septr.  29,  1764. 

No.  51.  Leased  Septr.  28,  1762  to  Robert  Swan  for  21  years,  180  acres; 
George  Yost  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  I-16-0;  aliena.  fine,  3-12-0; 
fine  due,  3-12-0. 

No.  52.  Leased  Deer.  24,  1751  to  Nathaniel  Wickham,  94  acres; 
tenant  in  possession  John  Carver;  an.  rent,  0-9-4^/4;  aliena.  fine,  0-18- 
9V2;  leased  on  the  lives  of  Samuel  Wickham,  John  Wickham  &  Nathaniel 
Wickham;  ages  Nathaniel  38,  Samuel  32,  John  20. 

No.  53.  Leased  June  20,  1749  to  Thomas  Perkinson,  47  acres;  Adam 
Miller  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-4-8 V4;  aluna.  fine,  0-9-4 V2; 
leased  on  lives  of  Edward  Perkinson,  age  30,  John  Perkinson,  age  2"]. 

No.  54.  Leased  June  i,  1763  to  Adam  Miller,  for  21  years,  33  acres; 
Adam  Miller  in  possession;   an.  rent,  0-6-7;   aliena.  fine,  0-13-2. 

No.  55.  Leased  Nov.  12,  1747  to  Philip  Howard,  150  acres;  Christian 
Hufferd  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  a-15-0;  aliena.  fine,  l-io-o; 
leased  on  lives  of  Philip  Howard  Senr.  age  66,  Philip  Howard  Junr.  age  41 
\J~\,  John  Howard  age  37. 

No.  56.  Leased  Septr.  2,  1741  to  Joseph  Wood,  100  acres;  Joseph  Wood 
lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  o-io-o;  aliena.  fine,  i-o-o;  leased  on  lives 
of  Joseph  Wood  age  58,  and  Robert  Wood  age  31. 

No.  57.  Leased  June  3,  1763  to  Joseph  Wood  for  21  years;  an.  rent, 
0-6-6;   aliena.  fine,  0-13-0. 

No.  58.  Leased  Feb.  25,  1744  to  John  Harland,  125  acres;  an.  rent, 
0-12-6;  aliena.  fine,  1-5-0;  leased  on  lives  of  John  Howland  age  50,  Joel 
Howland  age  27,  John  Howland,  Junr.  24. 

No.  59.  Leased  Septr.  18,  1754  to  Jacob  Barton,  114  acres;  Michael 
Crouse  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-11-5;  aliena.  fine,  I-2-10;  fine 
due,  2-5-8;  leased  on  lives  of  Henrietta  Barton,  age  46,  Jacob  Barton,  age 
20. 

No.  60.  Leased  Feby.  28,  1748  to  Zacheriah  Albough,  224  acres;  Ann 
Albough  tenant  in  charge;  an.  rent,  1-2-6;  aliena.  fine,  2-5-0;  leased  on 
lives  of  John  Albough,  age  36  and  Peter  Albough,  age  28. 

No.  61.  Leased  June  4,  1763  to  Zacheriah  Albough  for  21  years,  22 
acres;  Ann  Albough  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-4-5 V2;  aliena.  fine, 
0-8-1 1. 


56     MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK  CO.— MONOCOCY 

No.  62.  Leased  June  16,  1763  to  Zacheriah  Albough  for  21  years,  77V2 
acres;  Ann  Albough  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-13-6;  aliena.  fine, 
1-7-0. 

No.  63.  Leased  June  20,  1763  to  Robert  Wood  for  21  years,  16  acres; 
Robert  Wood  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-I-7V2;  aliena.  fine,  0-3-3. 
"Que.  if  this  rent  is  right." 

No.  64.  Leased  Novr.  4,  1762  to  Christian  Hufferd  for  21  years;  10 
acres;   an.  rent,  0-2-0;   aliena.  fine,  0-4-0. 

No.  65.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1759  to  Peter  Hertzog,  100  acres;  Margaret 
Hertzog  tenant  in  possession;  an.  rent,  o-io-o;  aliena.  fine,  i-o-o; 
leased  on  lives  of  Margaret  Hertzog  age  55,  &  Nicholas  Hertzog  32. 

No.  66.  Leased  June  9,  1749  to  Philip  Smith,  69  acres;  Philip  Smith 
lessee  in  charge ;  an.  rent,  0-6-1074;  aliena.  fine,  0-13-9V2;  leased  on  lives 
of  Philip  Smith,  age  60,  Johannes  Smith,  age  23  &  Peter  Smith,  age  21. 

No.  67.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1764  to  Philip  Smith  for  21  years,  133  acres; 
PhiHp  Smith  lessee  in  charge;   an.  rent,  1-6-7V4;   aliena.  fine,  2-13-2V2. 

No.  68.  Leased  June  9,  1749  to  Christian  Gross,  115  acres;  Christian 
Gross  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  0-11-6;  aliena.  fine,  1-3-0;  leased  on 
lives  of  Christian  Gross,  age  55,  Mary  Gross,  age  43  &  Jacob  Gross,  age  25. 

No.  69.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1764  to  Conrod  Creger  for  19  yrs;  an.  rent, 
0-8-7;   aliena.  fine,  0-17-2. 

No.  70.  Leased  Septr.  29,  1764  to  Christian  Miller  for  21  yrs.,  4  acres; 
Christian  Miller  lessee  in  possession;  an.  rent,  o-o-io;  aliena.  fine,  0-1-8. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Monocosy  in 
Frederick  County  April  1768. 

1.  (A)  Nov^  i'\  1752;  (B)  Simon  Shover;  (C)  49;  (D)  Simon  Shover; 
(E)  o-io-io;  (F)  i-i-io;  (L)  Simon  Shover,  Adam  Shover  &  Peter 
Shover;    (M)  Simon  55,  Adam  23,  Peter  21. 

2.  (A)  Aug*.  23 <>,  1741;  (B)  John  Biggs;  (C)  175V2;  (D)  Caspar  Devel 
hiss;  (E)  1-0-4;  (F)  2-0-8;  (L)  Benjamin  Biggs  &  W-".  Biggs;  (M) 
Benj".  43,  W"".  40. 

3.  (A)  March  30,  1745;  (B)  Daniel  Pattinger;  (C)  173V4;  (D)  Geo. 
De^^lbiss  &  C.  Miller;  (E)  0-18-7;  (F)  1-17-2;  (L)  Daniel  Pattinger, 
John  Pattinger  &  Elizabeth  Pattinger;   (M)  Daniel  55,  John  27,  Eliz:   50. 

4.  (A)  Nov.  28'\  1743;  (B)  George  Divilbiss;  (C)  138;  (D)  Caspar 
Divilbiss;  (E)  0-12-6;  (F)  1-5-0;  (L)  George  Divilbiss  &  John  Devilbiss; 
(M)  George  55,  John  27.     (Written  both  Divilbiss  &  Devilbiss). 

5.  (A)   Feb^.  25,   1743;    (B)   Peter  Evelant;    (C)  94V4;    (D)  George 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  57 

Devilbiss,  Jun^ ;   (E)  0-9-1 1;   (F)  0-19-10;   (L)  John  Hoffman,  Barbarah 
Hoffman  &  Geo.  Son  of  Geo.  Devilbiss;  (M)  John  55,  Barbarah  56,  Geo.  22. 

6.  (A)  Octo^  8'N  1741;  (B)  William  Wilson;  (C)  100V2;  (D)  W-. 
Wilson;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  John  Wilson,  W"".  Wilson  &  Thomas 
Wilson;    (M)  John  42,  W™.  37,  Thomas  26. 

7.  (A)  June  25,  1761;  (B)  Robert  Whitnall;  (C)  29V4;  (D)  Rob*. 
Whitnall;   (E)  0-6-7;   (F)  0-13-2;   (L)  21  yrs. 

8.  (A)  Dec^  6'\  1743;  (B)  "Handell"  Hann;  (C)  137V4;  (D)  Frederick 
Baker;  (E)  0-12-0;  (F)  1-4-0;  (L)  "Handel"  Hann,  Mary  Hann  & 
Catharine  Hann;  (M)  Handel  45,  Mary  40,  Catharine  13.  All  Gone  to 
Carolina  8  years.     Vide  Date. 

9.  (A)  March  I2'S  1754;  (B)  Rich''.  Cooke;  (C)  183;  (D)  George 
"Debilbiss";  (E)  1-4-0;  (F)  2-8-0;  (L)  Richard  Cooke  &  Richard 
Donaldson  Cooke;    (M)  Rich''.  50,  Richard  Donaldson  Cook  20. 

10.  (A)  Aug*.  26,  1748;  (B)  Joseph  Hedge;  (C)  158V2;  (D)  Charles 
Hedge,  Jun^;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Solomon  Douthet;  (M) 
Solomon  40.     Gone  to  Carolina  14  years,  quere  if  alive. 

11.  (A)  Dec.  22,  1741;  (B)  Thomas  Ebthorp;  (C)  100V2;  (D)  Charles 
Hedge,  Sen^;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  Fines  due,  3-0-0;  (L)  Peter 
Members;    (M)  Peter  40.     Quere  if  alive. 

12.  (A)  Nov.  8,  1752;  (B)  Kenedy  Farrell;  (C)  172;  (D)  William 
Crumb;  (E)  1-5-0;  (F)  2-10-0;  Fines  due,  2-10-0;  (L)  John  Farrell; 
(M)  John  20.     Quere  if  alive. 

13.  (A)  Octo^  29,  1751;  (B)  Christian  Rodebaugh;  (C)  128V4;  (D) 
Jacob  Cremer;  (E)  0-13-2V4;  (F)  1-6-4 V2;  (L)  Christian  Rodebaugh, 
Eliz:  Rodebaugh,  Valentine  Wisecup;  (M)  Christian  60,  EHz:  50, 
Valentine  22.     Gone  to  Rays  Town  12  years.     Quere  if  alive. 

14.  (C)  51V4;  (D)  Christian  Berge;  held  by  Certificate  dated  May  12*'', 
1761. 

15.  (A)  Oct^  10,  1764;  (B)  George  "Divillbiss";  (C)  103;  (D)  George 
"Devilbiss";    (E)  1-0-7V4;    (F)  2-1-V2;    (L)  21  yrs. 

16.  (A)  Sep'.  30,  1765;  (B)  William  Smith;  (C)  85V2;  (D)  W".  Smith; 
(E)  0^15-51/2;   (E)o-i5-5V2;   (F)  i-io-ii;   (L)  18  yrs. 

17.  (A)  Sep^  29,  1764;  (B)  Simon  Shover;  (C)  22;  (D)  Simon  Shover; 
(E)  0-3-7;   (F)  0-7-2;   (L)  19  yrs. 

18.  (A)  Feb^.  24,  1743;  (B)  John  Christian  Smith;  (C)  106;  (D)  John 
Chris".  Smith;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  John  Chris".  Smith,  W™. 
Smith  &  Peter  Berg  Jun^;    (M)  John  Christian  53,  W".  30,  Peter  28. 

19.  (A)  Oct'.  29,  1764;  (B)  Jacob  Keller;  (C)  11V2;  (D)  Jacob  Keller; 
(E)  0-2-2;   (F)  0-4-4;   (L)  19  yrs. 

20.  (A)  Oct'.  29,  1751;  (B)  Jacob  Keller;  (C)  120;  (D)  Jacob  Keller; 
(E)  0-12-0;   (F)  1-4-0;   (L)  Jacob  Keller  (torn);   (M)  Jacob  38,  Mary  17. 


58     MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK  CO.— MONOCOCY 

21.  (A)  June  3"*,  176  (torn)  Rit  (torn). 

22.  (C)  96V4;  (D)  John  Beard;  (L)  (Torn)  &  John  Clapbaugh;  (M) 
Mary  66,  John  35. 

23.  (A)Feb^9'\  1765;  (B)  Christian  Shutter;  (C)  85V2;  (D)  Christian 
Shutter;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  12  yrs. 

24.  (A)  April  II"',  1742;  (B)  Frederick  Clapbough;  (C)  144;  (D) 
Peter  Hedge;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Mary  Clapbaugh  &  John 
Clapbaugh;    (M)  Mary  66,  John  35. 

25.  (A)  Feb^.  25,  1743;  (B)  Peter  "Berge";  (C)iiV4&243;  (D)  Peter 
"Berge";  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Peter  "Berg,"  Catharine  Berg  & 
W"".  Berg;    (M)  Peter  55,  Catharine  48,  W-".  27. 

26.  (A)  Feby.  25,  1743;  (B)  Johannes  Berg;  (C)  149;  (D)  Johannes 
Berg;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Johan^  Berg,  Judith  Berg  &  John 
Berg;    (M)  Johannes  53,  Judith  49,  John  28. 

27.  (A)  Sep'.  29,  1762;  (B)  John  Berg;  (C)  100V2;  (D)  John  Berg;  (E) 
I-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

28.  (A)  Feby.  24*\  1743;  (B)  Christian  Berg;  (C)  119V2;  (D)  Christian 
Berg;  (E)  0-12-3;  (F)  1-4-6;  (L)  Christian  Berg,  W"°.  Berg  &  John 
Berg;    (M)  Christian  47,  W-".  35,  John  28. 

29.  (A)  July  22^  1753;  (B)  Martin  Adams;  (C)  138V4;  (D)  Andrew 
Adams;  (E)  0-13-7;  (F)  1-7-2;  (L)  Mary  Adams  &  Henry  Adams;  (M) 
Mary  50.     Quere  if  any  such  person  as  Henry. 

30.  (A)  July  25,  1742;  (B)  William  Elrod;  (C)  95;  (D)  Christian 
Cregar;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  James  Read,  Mary  Read  &  Henry 
Read;    (M)  James  50,  Mary  49,  Henry  27. 

31.  (A)  May  6'S  1761;  (B)  Henry  Hoover;  (C)  86V4;  (D)  Henry 
Hoover;   (E)  0-18-0;   (F)  1-16-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

32.  (A)  Octo^  lo"",  1759;  (B)  Valentine  Cregar;  (C)  124V4;  (D) 
Valentine  Cregar;    (E)  1-10-8;    (F)  3-1-4;    (L)  21  yrs. 

33.  (A)  June  10"",  1749;  (B)  Johannes  Hooper;  (C)  140V2;  (D) 
Johannes  Hooper;  (E)  0-14-0;  (F)  1-8-0;  (L)  Johan'.  Hooper,  Mary 
Hooper  &  Charity  Hooper;    (M)  Johannes  47,  Mary  37,  Charity  21. 

34.  (A)  May  6'\  1761;  (B)  Anthony  Abell;  (C)  142 V4;  (D)  John 
Cross;    (E)  1-12-0;    (F)  3-4-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

35.  (A)  Octo^  1=',  1742;  (B)  John  Henn;  (C)  203 V2;  (D)  Jacob 
Cremer;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Sarah  Henn,  Elizabeth  Henn;  (M) 
Sarah  48,  Elizabeth  28 — in  Carolina  16  years. 

36.  (A)  April  4*,  1745;  (B)  Nathan  Greg;  (C)  228;  (D)  Robert 
Fulton;   (E)  1-3-0;   (F)  2-6-0;   (L)  W".  Greg;   (M)  W-.  40. 

37.  (A)  Dec.  22^  1741;  (B)  John  Bell;  (C)  114V4;  (D)  Charles 
Springer;  (E)  0-11-4;  (F)  1-2-8;  (L)  John  Bell,  Elizabeth  Bell  &  John 
Bell;    (M)  John  60,  Eliz:   50,  John  27. 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  59 

38.  (A)  June  5'\  1750;  (B)  John  Silver;  (C)  41 V2;  (D)  John  Silver; 
(E)  0-4-0;  (F)  0-8-0;  (L)  John  Silver,  Susannah  Silver;  (M)  John  45, 
Susannah  18. 

39.  (A)  Octo^  23^  1762;  (B)  Sam'.  Mathews;  (C)  84V4;  (D)  Samuel 
Mathews;   (E)  0-16-7V2;   (F)  1-3-3;    (L)  21  yrs. 

40.  (A)  Octo^  26">,  1762;  (B)  John  Mathews;  (C)  95V4;  (D)  Frederick 
Humbert;  (E)  0-18-10;  (F)  1-17-8;  Fines  due,  1-17-8;  (L)  21  yrs. 
Lease  dated  3''  June,  1763,  vide  countreps. 

41.  (A)  Sep'.  29,  1765;  (B)  George  Humbert;  (C)  148V2;  (D)  George 
Humbert;    (E)  2-0-0;    (F)  4-0-0;    (L)  18  yrs. 

42.  (A)  Oct^  26'S  1762;  (B)  W-.  Berg;  (C)  73V4;  (D)  W-.  Berg;  (E) 
l-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

43.  (A)  Octo^  20t\  1762;  (B)  Handel  Berg;  (C)  52V4;  (D)  Handle 
Berg;    (E)  0-15-0;    (F)  i-io-o;    (L)  21  yrs. 

44.  (A)  Jan".  22,  1742;  (B)  WilHam  Berg;  (C)  252;  (D)  W-.  & 
Handel  Berg;  (E)  1-5-0;  (F)  2-10-0;  (L)  W".  Berg,  John  Son  of  Handel 
Berg;   W"".  40,  John  22. 

45.  (A)  March  12,  1754;  (B)  Catharine  Grouse;  (C)  64;  (D)  Martin 
Smith;  (E)  0-8-0;  (F)  0-16-0;  (L)  Catharine  Crouse  &  Christian  Grouse; 
(M)  Catharine  50,  Christian  22. 

46.  (A)  June  4'N  1763;  (B)  Martin  Smith;  (C)  34V4;  (D)  Martin 
Smith;    (E)  0-7-8;    (F)  0-15-4;   (L)  21  yrs. 

47.  (A)  Sep'.  30"',  1765;  (B)  Jabez  Jarvis;  (C)  150;  (D)  Stephen 
Miller;    (E)  i-io-o;    (F)  3-0-0;    (L)  18  yrs. 

48.  (A)  March  31,  1763;  (B)  Luke  Bernard;  (C)  102V4;  (D)  Luke 
Bernard;    (E)  i-o-o;    (F)  2-0-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

49.  (A)  March  30,  1763;  (B)  Nath'.  Bernard;  (G)  87V2;  (D)  Catharine 
Hartmane;    (E)  0-18-0;    (F)  1-16-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

50.  (G)  45V2  (D)  Robert  Wood,  held  by  Certificate  dated  Sep'.  29,  1764. 

51.  (A)  Sep'.  28,  1762;  (B)  Robert  Swann;  (C)  177V4;  (D)  George 
Yost;   (E)  1-16-0;   (F)  3-12-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

52.  (A)  Dec.  24'\  1751;  (B)  Nath'.  Wickham;  (C)  88;  (D)  John 
Carver;  (E)  0-9-4V4;  (F)  0-18-9V2;  (L)  Sam'.  Wickham,  John  Wickham 
&  Nath'.  Wickham;    (M)  Nathaniel  38,  Samuel  32,  John  20. 

53-  (A)  June  20,  1749;  (B)  Thomas  Perkinson;  (C)  44'^;  (D)  Adam 
Miller;  (E)  0-4-81/4;  (F)  0-9-41/2;  (L)  Edward  Perkinson  &  John 
Perkinson;    (M)  Edward  30,  John  27. 

54.  (A)  June  I",  1763;  (B)  Adam  Miller;  (G)  32;  (D)  Adam  Miller; 
(E)  0-6-7;    (F)  0-13-2;   (L)  21  yrs. 

55.  (A)  Nov.  12,  1747;  (B)  PhiUp  Howard;  (C)  160;  (D)  Christian 
Hufferd;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Philip  Howard,  Philip  Howard, 
Jun^  &  John  Howard;    (M)  Philip,  Sen^  66,  PhiHp,  Jun^  44,  John  37. 


6o     MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK  CO.— MONOCOCY 

56.  (A)Sept'.  2^  1741;  (B)  Joseph  Wood;  (C)  loi ;  (D)  Joseph  Wood ; 
(E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Joseph  Wood,  Robert  Wood;  (M)  Joseph  58, 
Robert  31. 

57.  (A)  June  3"^,  1763;  (B)  Joseph  Wood;  (C)  35;  (D)  Joseph  Wood; 
(E)  0-6-6;    (F)  0-13-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

58.  (A)  Feb^.  25,  1744;  (B)  John  Harland;  (C)  135;  (D)  John  Harland; 

(E)  0-12-6;    (F)  1-5-0;    (L)  John  Harland,  Joel  Harland,  John  Harland, 
Jun^ 

59.  (A)  Sep'.  18,  1754;  (B)  Jacob  Barton;  (C)  115V4;  (D)  Michael 
Crouse;  (E)  0-II-5;  (F)  1-2-10;  Fines  due,  2-5-8;  (L)  Hen^.  Barton  & 
Jacob  Barton;   (M)  Henrietta  46,  Jacob  28. 

60.  (A)  Feb^.  28,  1748;  (B)  Zachh.  Albaugh;  (C)  239V2;  (D)  Ann 
Albaugh;  (E)  1-2-6;  (F)  2-5-0;  (L)  John  Albaugh  &  Peter  Albaugh 
(M)  John  36,  Peter  28. 

61.  (A)  June  4«\  1763;   (B)  Ditto;   (C)  28V2;   (D)  Ditto;   (E)  0-4-51/2 

(F)  0-8-11;   (L)  21  yrs. 

62.  (A)  June  16,  1763;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  70V2;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  0-13-6 
(F)  1-7-0;   (L)  21  yrs. 

63.  (A)  June20'\  1763;  (B)  Robert  Wood;  (C)  16;  (D)  Robert  Wood 
(E)  0-1-7 V2;    (F)  0-3-3;    (L)  21  yrs. 

64.  (A)  Nov^  4'\  1762;  (B)  Christian  Hufferd;  (C)  12;  (D)  Christian 
Hufferd;    (E)  0-2-0;    (F)  0-4-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

65.  (A)  Sep^  29,  1759;  (B)  Peter  Hertzog;  (C)  loi ;  (D)  Margaret 
Hertzog;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Margaret  Hertzog  &  Nicholas 
Hertzog;    (M)  Margaret  55,  Nicholas  32. 

66.  (A)  June  9<\  1749;  (B)  PhiHp  Smith;  (C)  70V4;  (D)  Philip  Smith; 
(E)  0-6-10V4;  (F)  0-13-9V2;  (L)  Philip  Smith,  Johannes  Smith  &  Peter 
Smith;    (M)  Philip  60,  Johannes  23,  Peter  21. 

67.  (A)  Sep'.  29,  1764;  (B)  PhiHp  Smith;  (C)  133;  (D)  Philip  Smith; 
(E)  i-^7V2;   (F)  2-13-2V2;   (L)  21  yrs. 

68.  (A)  June  9'h,  1749;  (B)  Christian  Gross;  (C)  117V2;  (D)  Christian 
Gross;  (E)  0-11-6;  (F)  1-3-0;  (L)  Christian  Gross,  Mary  Gross  &  Jacob 
Gross;   Christian  55,  Mary  45,  Jacob  25. 

69.  (A)  Sep^  29,  1764;  (B)  Conrad  Creger;  (C)  44;  (D)  Conrad 
Creger;    (E)  0-8-7;   (F)  0-17-2;    (L)  19  yrs. 

70.  (A)  Sep^  29,  1764;  (B)  Christian  Miller;  (C)  7V2;  (D)  Christian 
Miller;    (E)  o-o-io;    (F)  0-1-8;    (L)  21  yrs. 

Totals  (C)  7521.  Deduct  for  No.  [?]  45 V2  acres,  part  of  N°.  395  acres, 
part  of  [torn]  113V2  acres,  or  159V4. — 7365V4  under  Lease.  Sundry 
Vacancies  1870V4.     Contents  of  the  INIanor  9231 V2  acres. 


ST.   MARY'S   COUNTY 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Beaverdam  in  S^ 
Mary's  County,  March,  1768. 

1.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1741;  (B)  John  Raley;  (C)  84V2;  (D)  George 
Plater;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Jane  Raley,  Gabriel  Raley  &  John 
Mitchel  Raley;    (M)  Jane  34,  Gabriel  31,  John  28. 

2.  (A)  Decern'.  25,  1741;  (B)  Jonathan  "Seale";  (C)  113V2;  (D) 
George  Plater;    (E)  0-12-0;    (F)  2-8-0;    (L)  Ann  "Seall";    (M)  Ann  33. 

3.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1743;  (B)  Robert  Goldsberry;  (C)  161V4;  (D) 
Jane  Goldsberry;  (E)  0-16-8;  (F)  3-6-8;  (L)  Marg^  Goldsberry  &  John 
Baptist  Goldsberry;  (M)  Margaret  32,  John  24,  gone  away.  Quere  his 
Age  if  Living. 

4.  (A)  May  30,  1761;  (B)  Henry  Goldsberry;  (C)  14;  (D)  Jane 
Goldsberry;    (E)  0-4-0;    (F)  0-4-0;    (L)  14  yrs. 

5.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1741;  (B)  William  Stone;  (C)  46;  (D)  Ignatius 
Stone;    (E)  0-4-9;    (F)  i-o-o;    (L)  Ignatius  Stone;    (M)  Ignatius  27. 

6.  (A)  July  10"',  1 741;  (B)WiUiam  Stone;  (C)  no;  (D)  Ignatius  Stone; 
(E)  o-io-io;    (F)  2-4-0;    (L)  Ignatius  Stone;    (M)  Ignatius  27. 

7.  (A)  Decern'.  25,  1719;  (B)  \\>.  Stone;  (C)  58V4;  (D)  Ignatius  Stone; 
(E) ;    (F)  2-8-10;   (L)  W-.  Stone,  Jun'.;    (M)  William  53. 

8.  (A)  Decem'.  11,  1751;  (B)  William  Stone,  Jun'.;  (C)  50V4;  (D) 
WiUiam  Stone,  Jun'.;  (E)  0-5-10;  (F)  1-3-4;  (L)  William  Stone  Junr, 
Inonia  Stone  &  Mary  Stone;    (M)  William  53,  Inonia  24,  Mary  22. 

9.  (A)  April  9,  1729;  (B)  Francis  "Harbert";  (C)  100V4;  (D)  Ignatius 
Fenwick;  (E)  0-10-3;  (F)  4-4-4;  (L)  Elizabeth  " Herbert " ;  (M)  Eliza- 
beth 39. 

10.  (A)  Sep'.  10"",  1742;  (B)  Francis  Harbert;  (C)  63;  (D)  Ignatius 
Fenwick;  (E)  0-6-8;  (F)  1-6-0;  (L)  Francis  Herbert  &  Michael  Herbert; 
(M)  Francis  29,  Michael  31. 

11.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1746;  (B)  Jonathan  "Seale";  (C)  90V2;  (D)  Ignatius 
Fenwick;  (E)  0-9-10;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Elizabeth  "Seall"  &  John  Baptist 
Goldsberry;    (M)  Elizabeth  22,  John  24. 

12.  (A)  June27,  1761;  (B)  John  Dorsey;  (C)  6;  (D)  John  Dorsey;  (E) 
0-1-6;    (F)  0-1-6;    (L)  14V4  yrs. 

13.  (A)  June  lo"-,  1743;  (B)  Thomas  Blackman;  (C)  211;  (D)  John 
Dorsey;   (E)  1-4-4;   (F)  4-17-4;   (L)  Tabitha  Dent;   (M)  Tabitha  25. 

14.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1741;  (B)  John  Lucas;  (C)  119;  (D)  Enoch 
Fenwick;  (E)  0-14-4;  (F)  2-17-4;  (L)  John  Lucas,  Ignatius  &  Tho'. 
Lucas;   (M)  John  50,  Ignatius  27,  Thomas  29. 

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64     MARYLAND    RECORDS— ST.    MARY'S    CO.— BEAVERDAM 

15.  (A)  May  i^*,  1737;  (B)  Enoch  Fenwick;  _(C)  268;  (D)  Enoch 
Fenwick;  (E)  1-6-2;  (F)  5-5-0;  (L)  Enoch  Fenwick,  Ignatius  Fenwick 
&  John  Miles;    (M)  Enoch  54,  Ignatius  37,  John  31. 

16.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1741;  (B)  W».  &  Charles  King;  (C)  133;  (D) 
Enoch  Fenwick;  (E)  0-13-3;  (F)  2-13-0;  (L)  Charles  King  &  James 
King;    (M)  Charles  48,  very  sickly.     James  31. 

17.  (A)  May  29,  1760;  (B)  Enoch  Fenwick;  (C)  29;  (D)  Enoch 
Fenwick;   (E)  0-4-8;   (F)  0-4-8;   (L)  13  yrs. 

18.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1741;  (B)  John  Miles;  (C)  165;  (D)  Levin  Cracraft; 
(E)  0-16-0;    (F)  3-4-0;    (L)  Josias  Miles;    (M)  Josias  28  years. 

19.  (A)  March  29,  1762;  (B)  Henry  Jewell;  (C)  12;  (D)  Levin  Cracraft; 
(E)  0-1-8;    (F)  0-1-8;    (L)  15  yrs. 

20.  (A)  June  30,  1760;  (B)  Lazarus  Ross;  (C)  82;  (D)  Lazarus  Ross; 
(E)  0-1^6;    (F)  0-1^6;    (L)i3V4yrs. 

21.  (A)  June  30,  1760;  (B)  John  Raley;  (C)  79;  (D)  John  Raley;  (E) 
0-18-9;    (F)  0-16-6;    (L)  13V4  yrs. 

22.  (A)  March  28,  1726;  (B)  Paul  Peacock,  Jun^  (C)  45V4;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-4-8;  (F)  1-16-0;  (L)  Sam'.  Abell,  Jun^  &  John  Abell;  (M)  Sam 
49,  John  47. 

23.  (A)  June  28,  1760;  (B)  Paul  Peacock;  (C)  7;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-1-4;   (F)  0-1-4;   (L)  13V4  yrs. 

24.  (A)  March  26,  1726;  (B)  Samuel  Abell,  Sen^;  (C)  134;  (D) 
Samuel  Abell,  Jun^;  (E)  0-13-6;  (F)  5-8-8;  (L)  Sam  Abell,  Jun^  & 
John  Abell;    (M)  Sam  49,  John  47. 

25.  (A)  April  2d,  1741;  (B)  Samuel  Abell;  (C)  62;  (D)  Samuel  Abell, 
Jun'.;  (E)  0-6-5;  (F)  1-5-0;  (L)  Lidia  Abell  &  PhiHp  Abell ;  (M)  Lidia 
32,  PhiHp  27. 

26.  (A)  March  25,  1762;  (B)  Samuel  Abell;  (C)  68V2;  (D)  Samuel 
Abell,  Jun'.;    (E)  0-18-6;    (F)  0-18-6;    (L)  15  yrs. 

27.  (A)  May  29,  1762;  (B)  Samuel  Abell;  (C)  34;  (D)  Samuel  Abell, 
Jun'.;   (E)  0-8-9;   (F)  0-8-9;   (L)  15  yrs. 

28.  (A)  March  25,  1762;  (B)  Samuel  Abell;  (C)  7V4;  (D)  Samuel  Abell, 
Jun'.;   (E)  o-i-io;   (F)  o-i-io;   (L)  15  yrs. 

29.  (A)  Decem^  21,  1762;  (B)  Samuel  Abell;  (C)  7V2;  (D)  Samuel 
Abell,  Jun^;    (E)  0-2-0;    (L)  74  years.     Condemn'd  for  a  Mill. 

30.  (A)  Aug'.  20,  1745;  (B)  Ignatius  Joy,  Sen^;  (C)  135;  (D)  Ignatius 
Joy,  Jun^;  (E)  0-13-9;  (F)  2-14-0;  (L)  John  Raley,  Enoch  Joy  &  Atha=. 
Joy;   (M)  John  33,  Enoch  26,  Atha=.  23. 

31.  (A)  DecMi,  1751;  (B)  Abell  Magill;  (C)  54V4;  (D)  Ignatius  Joy, 
Jun'.;   (E)  o-io-o;   (F)  2-0-0;   (L)  Ann  Magill;    (M)  Ann  26. 

32.  (A)  May  2^  1743;  (B)  John  Goddard;  (C)  82;  (D)  Mary  Goddard; 
(E)  0-8-8;  (F)  1-14-0;  (L)  Ignatius  Goddard,  Monaca  Goddard  &  John 
Goddard;    (M)  Ign^  26,  Monaca  35,  John  32. 


STATE   OF  HIS  LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  65 

33.  (A)  Aug*.  21,  1745;  (B)  Enoch  Joy;  (C)  75V4;  (D)  Teakler  Joy; 
(E)  0-8-0;  (F)  1-12-0;  (L)  Enoch  Joy  &  Ann  Joy;  (M)  Enoch  26,  Ann 
33.     N.  B.  Enoch  gone  away. 

34.  (A)  Decern'.  17,  1714;  (B)  Mary  Chamberlain ;  (C)  28;  (D)  James 
Drury;  (E)  0-3-0;  (F)  1-4-0;  (L)  Eleanor  Chamberlain  &  Mary  Cham- 
berlain;   (M)  Eleann  62,  Mary  54. 

35.  (A)  June  20'^  1746;  (B)  John  "Makintach";  (C)  143;  (D)  John 
Mugg;  (E)  0-14-3;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  Walter  Mugg,  John  &  James  "Mack- 
intosh";   (M)  Walter  29.     John  &  James  both  old  &  gone  away. 

36.  (A)  Decern'.  25,  1743;  (B)  Martin  "Yates";  (C)  122;  (D)  Martin 
Yates;  (E)  1-2-8;  (F)  2-10-0;  (L)  Martin  "Yeates,"  Edward  "Yates"  & 
Martin  "Yates"  Jun'.;    (M)  Martin  68,  Edward  39,  Martin,  Jun'.  33. 

37.  (A)  Sep'.  i^S  1742;  (B)  John  Campbell;  (C)  103V2;  (D)  Martin 
Yates;  (E)  o-ii-i;  (F)  2-4-4;  (L)  Eleanor  Campbell;  (M)  Elea- 
nor 26. 

38.  (A)  Oct'.  20,  1747;  (B)  Peter  Mugg;  (C)  38V4;  (D)  John  Mugg; 
(E)  0-4-1;  (F)  0-16-4;  (L)  John  Mugg,  Tho^  Mugg  &  Peter  Mugg,  Jun'. ; 
(M)  John  31,  Tho^  27,  Peter,  Jun'.  25. 

39.  (A)  April  26,  1727;  (B)  Henry  Grenwell;  (C)  131;  (D)  Ignatius 
Greenwell;  (E)  0-7-8;  (F)  3-2-4;  (L)  Eleanor  Grenwell  &  Edmond 
Grenwell;    (M)  Eleanor  41,  Edmond  42. 

40.  (A)  March  25,  1744;  (B)  Sarah  "Cecell";  (C)  95V2;  (D)  Sarah 
"Secill";  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  John  "Cefsell,"  Thomas  "Cefsell" 
&  Ann  "Cefsell";   (M)  John  29,  Thomas  30,  Ann  27. 

41.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1741;  (B)  Peter  Drury;  (C)  iii;  (D)  Peter 
Drury;  (E)  0-10-9;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Nich^  Drury,  Peter  Drury  &  W". 
Drury;    (M)  Nich^  30,  Peter  28,  W".  31. 

42.  (A)  Decem'.  4,  1743;  (B)  John  Ford;  (C)  63;  (D)  Althanatius 
Ford;  (E)  0-6-4;  (F)  1-5-0;  (L)  Althanasius  Ford  &  John  Ford  Jun'.; 
(M)  Altha\  40,  John  26. 

43.  (A)  Decern'.  5,  1 741;  (B)  WiUiam  Lucas;  (C)  201 ;  (D)  Althanatius 
Ford;    (E)o-i9-ii;    (F)  4-0-0;    (L)  Charles  Lucas;    (M)  Charles  35. 

44.  (A)  April  3d,  1762;  (B)  Altha\  Ford;  (C)  18V4;  (D)  Althanatius 
Ford;   (E)  c^5-8;   (F)  (^5-8;   (L)  15  yrs. 

45.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1741;  (B)  Thomas  Howard;  (C)  80V4;  (D) 
Althanatius  Ford;  (E)  0-8-9;  (F)  1-14-0;  (L)  W".  Howard,  Tho». 
Howard  &  Nich^  Howard;    (M)  W"".  40,  Thomas  28,  Nich^  30. 

46.  (A)  March  25,  1726;  (B)  W".  Bryan;  (C)  59;  (D)  James  Green- 
well;  (E)  0-7-2;  (F)  2-17-8;  (L)  John  Abell,  Jun'.,  Ignatius  Bryan;  (M) 
John  57,  Ignatius  40. 

47.  (A)  April  15,  1714;  (B)  John  Miles;  (C)  38V2;  (D)  James  Green- 
well;   (E)  0-4-0;    (F)  1-12-0;   (L)  Expired. 

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66  MARYLAND  RECORDS— ST.  MARY'S  CO.— BEAVERDAM 

48.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1741;  (B)  Thomas  Spalding;  (C)  225V4;  (D) 
Thomas  Spalding;  (E)  1-3-3;  (F)  4-13-0;  (L)  Tho".  Spalding,  Elictious 
Spalding  &  Clem-Joseph;    (M)  Tho^  62,  Elections  30,  Clement  62,  Dead. 

49.  (A)  Decern'.  25,  1743;  (B)  Elizabeth  Spalding;  (C)  124;  (D) 
Theodorita  Key;  (E)  0-13-3;  (F)  2-15-8;  (L)  Edm^i.  Spalding,  James 
Spalding  &  Ben".  Spalding;    (M)  Edmund  40,  James  42,  Bennitt  25. 

50.  (A)  Decem'.  20,  1743;  (B)  Henry  Bryan;  (C)  119;  (D)  Elenor 
Bryan;  (E)  0-13-5;  (F)  2-14-0;  (L)  Edm<i.  Grenwell,  Ign^  Abell  &  Eliz: 
Abell;    (M)  Edmund  42,  Ign=.  27,  Elizabeth  25. 

51.  (A)  Feb".  20,  1742;  (B)  John  Raley;  (C)  88;  (D)  Joseph  Stone; 
(E)  0-10-2;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Henry  Raley,  Zach".  Forrest,  Ann  Raley; 
(M)  Henry  40,  Zach".  25,  Ann  30. 

52.  (A)  May  2^,  1737;  (B)  Cuthbert  Fenwick;  (C)  231;  (D)  Bennitt 
Fenwick;  (E)  1-3-9;  (F)  4-15-0;  (L)  Bennett  Fenwick;  (M)  Bennitt  40. 
Expired. 

53.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1741;  (B)  Henry  Spalding;  (C)  107V4;  (D)  Henry 
Spalding;  (E)  0-12-7;  (F)2-ii-0;  (L)  Henry  Spalding,  Elec^  Spalding  & 
Edm<i.  Spalding;  (M)  Henry  43,  Elec=.  30,  Edmund  34.  The  last  gone 
away. 

54.  (A)  Decent.  25,  1742;  (B)  William  Spalding;  (C)  156V2;  (D) 
Thomas  Forrest;  (E)  0-17-9;  (F)  3-1  i-o;  (L)  (Torn)  Spalding;  (M) 
Basil  5  (Torn). 

55.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1768  [?];  (B)  William  More;  (C)  129;  (D) 
Nicholas  More;  (E)  0-12-6;  (F)  5-0-0;  (L)  Nicholas  More  &  James 
More;    (M)  Nicholas  56,  James  42.     Expired. 

56.  (A)  June  10,  1743;  (B)  John  Brewer;  (C)  147V4;  (D)  John  Brewer; 
(E)  0-14-5;  (F)  2-17-8;  (L)  George  Brewer,  Ann  Brewer  &  Susannah 
Brewer;    (M)  Geo.  23,  Ann  29,  Susanna  25. 

57.  (A)  Deem'.  25,  1743;  (B)  James  Wilkinson;  (C)  57;  (D)  James 
Wilkinson;  (E)  0-5-6;  (F)  1-1-9;  (L)  WilHam  Wilkinson,  David 
Wilkinson  &  Aquilla  Wilkinson;   (M)  William  32,  David  25,  Aquilla  27. 

58.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1741;  (B)  Charles  Joy;  (C)  357V2;  (D)  Charles 
Joy;   (E)  1-16-8;   (F)  7-6-8;    (L)  [Vacant;    (M)  Vacant]. 

59.  (A)  June  10"',  1743;    (B)  George  Bowles;    (C)  79V2;    (D)  Edward 

Stone;   (E)  0-8-3;   (F)  1-13-0;   (L)  Mary  Seale, Seale  &  Lydia  Seale. 

Quere  their  Age  &  if  alive. 

60.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1742;  (B)  Abram  Clarke;  (C)  129V2;  (D)  Abram 
Clarke;  (E)  0-13-8;  (F)  2-14-8;  (L)  Abram  Clarke,  Robert  Clarke ;  (M) 
Abram  50,  Robert  40. 

61.  (A)  Dec  25,  1719;  (B)  Richard  Hazle;  (C)  77;  (D)  Sam  Abell, 
Jun'.  (E)  0-7-6;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  Rich-^.  Hazle,  Jun'.,  John  Hazle;  (M) 
Richard  37,  John  56. 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  67 

62.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1741;  (B)  W-.  Wimsatt;  (C)  115V4;  (D)  Joshua 
Jarbeo;  (E)  0-12-6;  (F)  0-12-6;  (L)  James  Wimsatt  &Tenison  Wimsatt; 
(M)  James  45,  Tenison  43. 

63.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1742;  (B)  Richd.  Wimsatt;  (C)  200;  (D)  Robert 
Wimsatt;  (E)  1-4-1;  (F)  4-16-4;  Henry  Wimsatt,  Ignatius  Wimsatt; 
Henry  30,  Ignatius  27. 

64.  (A)  March  25,  1742;  (B)  John  Raley;  (C)  171;  (D)  James  Brown; 
(E)  0-16-8;  (F)  3-^8;  (L)  John  Raley  &  Gabriel  Raley;  (M)  John  59, 
Gabriel  31. 

65.  (A)  Feb^  i=S  1742;  (B)  James  Brown;  (C)  125;  (D)  James 
Brown;  (E)  0-13-7;  (F)  2-14-0;  (L)  John  Baptist  Brown  &  Leonard 
Brown;   (M)  John  35,  Leonard  30. 

66.  (A)  March  24,  1762;  (B)  John  Abell;  (C)  151;  (D)  John  Abell; 
(E)  1-11-4;    (F)  1-11-4;   (L)  isyrs. 

67.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1745;  (B)  John  "Nevett";  (C)  59V2;  (D)  Ignatius 
Joy,  Sen^;  (E)  0-6-10;  (F)  1-7-6;  (L)  John  "Nevit,"  John  Baptist 
"Nevit"  &  Mary  "Nevit";    (M)  John  55,  John  Baptist  25,  Mary  23. 

68.  (A)  Sep^  10,  1742;  (B)  Bennitt  Fenwick;  (C)  80;  (D)  Bennitt 
Fenwick;  (E)  0-8-0;  (F)  i-io-o;  (L)  Bennitt  Fenwick  &  Francis 
Harbert;    (M)  Bennitt  44,  Francis  28. 

69.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1719;  (B)  John  More,  Sen^;  (C)  71;  (D)  John 
More,  Jun^;  (E)  0-7-6;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  Eleanor  More;  (M)  Eleanor 
More  62. 

70.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1742;  (B)  Edward  Spalding;  (C)  175;  (D)  Edward 
Spalding;  (E)  0-18-0;  (F)  3-12-4;  (L)  Edward  Spalding  &  Edward 
Barton  Smith;    (M)  Edward  77,  Edward  Barton  28  gone  away. 

71.  (A)  June  25,  1761;  (B)  Ignatius  Fenwick;  (C)  55;  (D)  Edward 
Spalding;   (E)  0-16-2;   (F)  0-16-2;   (L)  i4V4yrs. 

72.  (A)  July  4th,  1740;  (B)  Elizabeth  Spalding;  (C)  120V2;  (D) 
Michael  Spalding;  (E)  0-17-16;  (F)  3-10-0;  (L)  James  Spalding, 
Michael  Spalding  &  Edmund  Spalding;  (M)  James  42,  Michael  41, 
Edmund  40. 

73.  (A)  Aug'.  8'\  1739;  (B)  Henry  Grenwell;  (C)  84;  (D)  Edmond 
Grenwell;  (E)  0-9-8;  (F)  1-8-9;  (L)  "Edmund"  Grenwell,  Ignatius 
Grenwell,  John  Ross;    (M)  Edmond  40,  Ignatius  31,  John  22. 

74.  (A)  April  26,  1728;  (B)Tho'.  Spalding;  (C)  53;  (D)  Tho^  Spalding; 
(E)  1-1-2;  (F)  2-2-4;  (L)  Tho^  Spalding,  Peter  Spalding  &  James 
Spalding;    (M)  Tho^  53,  Peter  48,  James  45. 

75.  (A)  Dec'.  10,  1714;  (B)  (Vacant);  (C)  461;  (D)  William  Spalding; 
(L)  Patent  Land. 

76.  (A)  Dec^25,  1741;  (B)  William  Spalding;  (C)  189V2;  (D)  William 
Spalding;    (E)  i-i-o;   (F)  4-8-8;    (L) ;    (M) . 


68     MARYLAND   RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S  CO.— CHAPTICO 

77.  (A)  June  12,  1761;  (B)  James  Wimsatt;  (C)  89V2;  (D)  James 
Wimsatt;    (E)  0-17-0;    (F)  0-17-0;    (L)  14V4  yrs. 

78.  (A)  Oct'.  23,  1747;  (B)  Henry  Spalding;  (C)  92;  (D)  W-.  &  Tho^ 
Spalding;  (E)  0-11-8;  (F)  1-16^8;  (L)  Henry  Spalding,  Electious 
Spalding,  Henry  Spalding,  Jun''. ;  (M)  Henry  43,  Electious  30,  Henry, 
Jun^  22. 

79.  (A)  June  25,  1 761;  (B)  Edward  Cole;  (C)  87;  (D)  Ignatius 
Fenwick;   (E)  0-17-6;    (F)  0-17-6;    (L)  14V4  yrs. 

80.  (C)  44;    (D)  Joshua  Jarbeo;    (E)  0-4-8. 

81.  (A)  Oct'.  1=',  1740;  (B)  Thomas  Taney;  (C)  141V4  &  35;  (D) 
Raphael  Taney;  (E)  1-2-0;  (F)  4-8-0;  (L)  Raphael  Taney;  (M) 
Raphael  40. 

82.  (A)  Mch.  10,  1694;  (B)  Henry  Lowe;  (C)  90;  (D)  Raphael  Taney; 
(L)  Patented. 

— .  (C)  917V2  Sundry  Vacancies  part  of  which,  'tis  said,  lies  in  Delabrook 
&  Fenwck  Manors.     Total,  (C)  9578V4. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Chaptico,  in  S^ 
Mary's  County,  January,  1768. 

I.  (A)  Decem'.  11,  1751;  (B)  Tenison  Cheshire;  (C)  163;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-16-4;  (F)  3~5~4;  (L)  Tenison  Cheshire,  Barbara  his  Wife  &  Benj". 
Burch  Cheshire;    (M)  Tenison  42,  Barbara  40,  Benj*.  17. 

(2).  (A)  Dec  25,  1749;  (B)  Stephen  Cawood;  (C)  28V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-2-7;  (F)  o-io-o;  (L)  Stephen  Cawood,  Son  of  Lessee  &  Thomas 
Cawood;   (M)  Stephen,  29,  Thomas  23. 

(3).  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1719;  (B)  Thomas  Nichols;  (C)  73;  (D)  Philip 
Key;  (E)  0-3-3;  (F)  i-ii-o;  Fines  due  i-ii-o  Pd.;  (L)  Mary  Nichols  & 
Susannah  Nichols;    (M)  Mary  60,  Susannah  51. 

4.  (A)  Feb^.  1762;  (B)  Edward  Pratt;  (C)  194;  (D)  Edward  Pratt; 
(E)  I-18-8;    (F)  3-17-4;    (L)  21  yrs. 

5.  (A)  Decem'.  20,  1741;  (B)  Thomas  Nichols;  (C)  106;  (D)  Thomas 
Nichols,  Jun'. ;  (E)  0-10-9;  (F)  2-4-0;  (L)  Thomas  Nichols;  (M) 
Thomas  aged  34  years. 

6.  (A)  Sept'.  29,  1756;  (B)  Rich<i.  Brown;  (C)  89V4;  (D)  Philip 
Briscoe;  (E)  0-11-6;  (F)  1-3-0;  Fines  due,  2-6-0  Pd.;  (L)  Alexander 
Brown  &  William  Bailey  Clark  Brown;    (M)  Alexander  21,  William  19. 

7.  (A)  July  13,  1740;  (B)  Williamson  Hays;  (C)  141;  (D)  PhiHp 
Briscoe;  (E)  0-13-6;  (F)  2-14-0;  Fines  due,  2-14-0,  Pd.;  (L)  Samuel 
Miscar;   (M)  Samuel  31. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  69 

8.  (A)  Septem^  29,  1742;  (B)  Leonard  Clarke;  (C)  266;  (D)  John 
Higgs;  (E)  1-10-6;  (F)  6-2-0;  Fines  due,  6-2-0;  (L)  Charles  Sothoron 
Clark  &  Leonard  Clark,  Son  of  the  Lessee;    (M)  Charles  26,  Leonard  28. 

9.  (A)  March  25,  1758;    (B)  John  Eden;    (C)  86;    (D)  Philip  Briscoe; 

(E)  0-9-2;  (F)  0-18-4;  Fines  due,  0-18-4  Pd. ;  (L)  John  Eden,  James 
Eden  &  Townsend  Eden;    (M)  John  40,  James  19,  Townsend  12. 

10.  (A)  ■ ,  1 718;    (B)  John  Donaldson;    (C)  305 V4;    (D)  Ditto  & 

Molly  Key;  (E)  2-9-6;  (F)  1 9-1 9-5;  Fines  due,  39-18-10;  (L)  Elizabeth 
Daughter  of  John  Donaldson;  (M)  Elizabeth  50,  Sold  Philip  Briscoe  p**.  y 
Parran  [?]  £3-8-6. 

11.  (A)  April  16,  1740;  (B)  William  Bond;  (C)  247 V2;  (D)  Philip 
Briscoe;  (E)  1-14-10;  (F)  5-0-0;  Fines  due,  lo-o-o,  P<i.;  (L)  Zach*". 
Bond  Son  of  William  Zach^  Bond,  Son  of  Tho^  &  ]er^.  Bond;  (M)  Zach*-. 
Son  of  William  29,  Zach''.  Son  of  Tho'.  33,  Jeremiah  31. 

12.  (A)  June  16,  1752;  (B)  Zach>'.  Bond;  (C)  243V2;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
1-7-0;  (F)  5-16-0;  (L)  Samuel  Bond  &  Samuel  Edilin;  (M)  Sam  Bond 
20,  Samuel  Edilin,  17. 

13-  (A)  June  29,  1739;  (B)  Zach^.  Bond;  (C)  229;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
l-io-o;    (F)  9-5-4;    (L)  Jeremiah  Bond;    (M)  Jeremiah  31. 

14.  (A)  Jany.  25,  1753;    (B)  N.  Warren  &  Jane  "Vadry";    (C)  167V4; 

(D)  Zachariah  Bond;  (E)  i-io-o;  (F)  6-0-0;  (L)  Notley  Warren,  Jane 
Warren  &  Jane  "Vaudry";    (M)  Notley  32,  Jane  30,  Jane  Vaudry  25. 

15.  (A)  Aug'.  20,  1745;  (B)  Zach  &  Zeph^.  Bond;  (C)  164 V2;  (D) 
Zephaniah  Bond;  (E)  i-io-o;  (F)  6-0-0;  (L)  Zachariah  Bond,  Zephaniah 
Bond  &  Jeremiah  Bond;    (M)  Zach.  29,  Dead;   Zeph.  26,  Dead,  Jeremiah 

31- 

16.  (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  109V4;  (D)  Zach.  &  Zeph.  Bond;  (E)  o- 
ll-o;   (F)  2-4-0;    (L)  Same  as  above ;    (M)  Ditto. 

(17).   (A)  Ditto;  (B)  Anthony  Sims;   (C)203V4;   (D)  Lessee;  (E)  1-4-6; 

(F)  5-1-0;   (L)  Bennett  Sims  Dead  &  Jane  Sims;   (M)  Bennett  25,  Jane  27. 

18.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1742;  (B)  John  Johnson  Sothoron;  (C)  354 V2;  (D) 
James  Thomas;  (E)  1-18-6;  (F)  7-14-0;  Fines  due,  7-14-0;  (L)  Henry 
Greenfield  Sothoron,  Rich"^.  Sothoron,  John  Sothoron;  (M)  Henry  36, 
Richard  26,  John  25. 

19.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1750;   (B)  Edward  Rion;   (C)  189;   (D)  Jane  Rion; 

(E)  0-18-10;    (F)  3-15-4;    (L)  Mary  Rion;    (M)  29. 

20.  (A)  Jany.  10*'',  1742;  (B)  Francis  "Clarke";  (C)  132V4;  (D) 
Samuel  Higgs;  (E)  1-8-6;  (F)  5-14-0;  Fines  due,  5-14-0;  (L)  Susanah 
"Clarke,"  Francis  "Clark"  son  of  Lessee;    (M)  Susanah  50,  Francis  28. 

21.  (A)  Aug'.  20,  1745;  (B)  Dr.  Rich-^.  Cook;  (C)  103;  (D)  Rich''. 
Ward  Keys  Heirs;  (E)  0-14-8;  (F)  2-18-8;  Fines  due,  2-18-8;  (L)  Dr. 
Rich''.  "Cooke"  &  Mary  Magdalen  Stoddart;  (M)  Richard  50,  Mary 
Magdalen  20.     Sold  Philip  Briscoe. 


70     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S  CO.— CHAPTICO 

22.  (A)  March  13,  1762;  (B)  Elizabeth  Higgs;  (C)  59V2;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-13-8;   (F)  0-13-8;   (L)  21  yrs. 

23.  (A)  Feb^.  10"",  1742;  (B)  Henry  Williamson;  (C)  132;  (D) 
Leonard  Briscoe;  (E)  0-15-4;  (F)  3-1-0;  Fines  due,  3-1-0  ?<•.;  Rachel 
Williamson  &  Sarah  Williamson;    (M)  Rachel  65,  Sarah  25. 

24.  (A)  Feb>'.  5'N  1742;  (B)  Benj».  Williamson;  (C)  44 V4;  (D)  Leon^. 
Briscoe;  (E)  0-4-6;  (F)  0-18-0;  Fines  due,  0-18-0,  ?<*. ;  (L)  Nathan 
Williamson  &  William  Williamson;   (M)  Nathan  28,  William  25. 

25.  (A)  March  25,  1743;  (B)  Leonard  Briscoe;  (C)  214;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  1-2-0;  (F)  4-8-0;  (L)  Leonard  Briscoe  &  George  Briscoe;  (M) 
Leonard  47,  George  35. 

26.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1718;  (B)  Henry  WilHamson;  (C)  39V4;  (D) 
Philip  Briscoe;  (E)  0-3-10;  (F)  1-10-6;  Fines  due,  1-10-6;  (L)  Rachel 
Williamson;    (M)  Rachel  65. 

"^-l-  (C)  310V4;    (D)  George  Briscoe;    (M)  One  Life  as  supposed,  about 

45- 

28.  (A)  March  25,  1749;  (B)  Bullet  Gardner;  (C)  139V4;  (D)  "Bullet" 
Gardner;  (E)  0-12-9;  (F)  2-6-0;  (L)  "Bullett"  Gardner  &  John 
Gardner;    (M)  "Bullet"  48,  John  25. 

29.  (A)  Feby.  13,  1748;  (B)  RichJ.  Wainwright;  (C)  181;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-18-1;  (F)  3-12-0;  (L)  Richard  Wainwright,  Dead,  &  William 
Wainwright;    (M)  Richard  65,  William  40. 

30.  (A)  Mch.  25,  1749;  (B)  James  Watson;  (C)  19;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
o-i-io;  (F)  0-8-0;  (L)  Mary  Watson,  Eliazer  Watson  &  Azariah  Watson; 
(M)  Mary  38,  Eliazer  21,  Azariah  19. 

31.  (A)  Jan^.  20,  1742;  (B)  James  Compton;  (C)  104 V2;  (D)  William 
Wainwright;  (E)  0-10-6;  (F)  2-2-0;  Fines  due,  2-2-0,  p^. ;  (L)  EHanor 
Compton,  Elizabeth  Compton,  John  Compton;  (M)  Elianor  50,  Eliz:  28, 
John  26. 

32.  (A)  Sept'.  29,  1742;  (B)  Joseph  Bloxam;  (C)  97;  (D)  Rob'.  Slye 
Wood;  (E)o-ii-3;  (F)  2-5-0;  Fines  due,  2-5-0  p'^. ;  (L)  Ann  Bloxam  & 
Joseph  Stephens;    (M)  Ann  45,  Joseph  43. 

33.  (A)  March  II '\  1762;  (B)  John  Swan;  (C)  53V4;  (D)  Basil  Smith; 
(E)  0-13-4;    (F)  0-13-4;   Fines  due,  0-13-4  P**-;    (L)  21  yrs. 

34.  (A)  June  27,  1739;  (B)  Mary  Haw;  (C)  200V2;  (D)  Christopher 
Haw;  (E)  1-1-2;  (F)  4-4-0;  (L)  Christopher  Haw  Dead;  (M)  Christopher 
32,  expired. 

35.  (A)  Jan^.  20,  1742;  (B)  James  Swan;  (C)  121V2;  (D)  0-13-7;  (E) 
2-14-0;    (L)  John  Swan  &  James  Swan;    (M)  John  46,  James  42. 

36.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1743;  (B)  John  Branson;  (C)  157;  (D)  John  Branson, 
Jun^;  (E)  0-16-0;  (F)  3-4-0;  (L)  John  Branson  Dead,  John  his  Son  & 
John  his  Grandson;    (M)  John  83  Dead,  his  Son  56,  his  Grandson  28. 


STATE  OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  71 

37.  (A)  Jan^.  16,  1752;  (B)  Lydia  Vadry;  (C)  376V4;  (D)  Maj^ 
Zach''.  Bond;  (E)  2-1-2;  (F)  4-2-4;  (L)  Lydia  Vadry,  Tho=.  Cartwright 
&  Gustavus  Cartwright;   (M)  Lydia  36,  Thomas  46,  Gustavus  28. 

38.  (A)  March  25,  1726;  (B)  George  Witter;  (C)  86V4;  (D)  Corn'. 
Barber;  (E)  0-12-0;  (F)  4-16-0;  Fines  due,  4-16  p"^.;  (L)  Mary  Witter  & 
WilHam  Witter;    (M)  Mary  48,  William  45. 

39.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1739;  (B)  Thomas  Morris;  (C)  153V4;  (D)  Henry 
Morris;    (E)  0-17-5;    (F)  3-10-0;    (L)  Expired. 

40.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1718;  (B)  Jane  Price;  (C)  82V4;  (D)  Catharine 
Chunn;   (E)o-ii-5;   (F)  4-12-0;   (L)  Catharine  Price  56. 

41.  (A)  Dec^  25,  1762;  (B)  Elizabeth  Price;  (C)  51V4;  (D)  Catharine 
Chunn;   (E)  0-7-1;    (F)  1-8-0;   Fines  due,  1-8-0,  p<i. ;    (L)  Ann  Price  39. 

42.  (A)  Dec^  26'S  1746;  (B)  Edward  Rion;  (C)  88V4;  (D)  Jane  Rion; 
(E)  0-9-4;    (F)  I-17-4;    (L)  Mary  Rion;    (M)  Mary  29. 

43.  (A)  Feb".  10,  1742;  (B)  Mathew  Compton;  (C)  200;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-19-7;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  Rachel  Compton,  W°.  Compton  &  Stephen 
Compton;   (M)  Rachel  52,  William  34,  Stephen  32. 

44.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1719;  (B)  Benj=.  Chun;  (C)  53;  (D)  Rebecca 
Chun;    (E)  0-5-3;   (F)  2-2-4;    (L)  Expired. 

45.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1753;  (B)  Thomas  Nash;  (C)  37 V4;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-3-4;  (F)  o~i3~4;  (L)  Thomas  Nash,  Barnett  Nash  &  Elizabeth 
Nash;    (M)  Thomas  57,  Barnett  15,  Eliz:    17. 

46.  (A)  April  25,  1757;  (B)  Robert  Horner;  (C)  103;  (D)  Robert 
Horner;    (E)  1-0-6;    (F)  2-1-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

47.  (A)  Decem\25,  1753;  (B)  William  Scott;  (C)  25;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-2-6;  (F)  o-io-o;  (L)  William  Scott,  Christian  Scott  &  Elianor  Scott; 
(M)  William  41,  Chris".  38,  Elianor  16. 

48.  (A)  July  29'\  1764;  (B)  James  Wood;  (C)  32;  (D)  James  Wood; 
(E)  0-6-8;   (F)  0-6-8;   (L)  21  yrs. 

49.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1746;   (B)  Ann  Scott;   (C)  52V4;   (D)  Elizabeth  Love; 

(E)  0-5-0;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Elizabeth  Scott  &  Walter  Burch;  (M)  Elizabeth 
42,  Walter  23. 

50.  (A)  June  29,  1764;  (B)  PhiHp  Wood;  (C)  28;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-3-4;   (F)  0-3-4;    (L)  21  yrs. 

51.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1746;  (B)  JohnSlye;  (C)  52;  (D)  Lessee;  (E)  0-4-9; 

(F)  0-19-0;    (L)  Mary  Slye  &  Robert  Slye;    (M)  Mary  32,  Robert  21. 

52.  (A)  May  19,  1749;  (B)  Francis  Painham;  (C)  104;  (D)  Heirs  of 
Francis  Painham;  (E)  o-io-o;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Mary  Painham,  Ann 
Painham  Jun^;    (M)  Mary  53,  Ann  26. 

53.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1753;  (B)  Robert  Horner;  (C)  7;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-0-8 ;  (F)  0-2-8 ;  (L)  Robert  Horner,  John  Briscoe  &  Alexander  Henson ; 
(M)  Robert  45,  John  24,  Alexander  22. 

(C)  1669V2  Vacancies. 


72         MARYLAND   RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S   CO.— MILL 

State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Mill  in  S^.  Mary's 
County,  January,   1768. 

1.  (A)  January  25,  1741;  (B)  James  Armstrong;  (C)  155;  (D)  Diana 
Armstrong;  (E)  0-16-8;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  Diana  Armstrong,  Catharine 
Armstrong  &  Hellen  Armstrong;  (M)  Diana  51,  Catharine  32,  Hel- 
len  28. 

2.  (A)  March  25"',  1744;  (B)  James  Armstrong;  (C)  60;  (D)  Diana 
Armstrong;    (E)  0-7-2;    (F)  1-8-8;    (L)  Same  Lives;    (M)  Ditto. 

3.  (A)  March  5"^,  1742;  (B)  John  Warren;  (C)  102;  (D)  Mathew 
Hagar;  (E)  0-10-3;  (F)  2-1-0;  Fines  Due,  2-1 1-3;  (L)  Thomas  Warren, 
Ann  Warren  &  Mary  Warren;    (M)  Thomas  40,  Ann  38,  Mary  35. 

4.  (A)  May  I4'\  1762;  (B)  Francis  Hilton;  (C)  8V2;  (D)  Francis 
Hilton;    (E)  o-i-io;    (L)  15V2  yrs. 

5.  (A)  Sept.  29,  1742;  (B)  Martha  Wheatley;  (C)  109V2;  (D)  William 
Coombs;  (E)  o-io-io;  (F)  2-3-0;  (L)  Martha  Wheatley  Joseph  Wheatley, 
Winifred  Wheatley;    (M)  Martha  50,  Joseph  30,  Winifred  26. 

6.  (A)  March  25,  1744;  (B)  Henry  Nowell;  (C)  70V2;  (D)  Henry 
Nowell,  Jun^;  (E)  0-1-V4;  (F)  1-8-1;  (L)  Henry  Nowell  Jun^  &  Ann 
Nowell;    (M)  Henry  27,  Ann  23. 

7.  (A)  Feb^.  1=',  1740;  (B)  Thomas  Cook;  (C)  95;  (D)  Thomas  Cook; 
(E)  0-9-6;  (F)  1-18-0;  (L)  Josiah  Cook,  Thomas  Cook  &  Ignatius  Cook; 
(M)  Josiah  34,  Thomas  32,  Ignatius  28. 

8.  (A)  March  24,  1744;  (B)  John  Warren;  (C)  5V4;  (D)  William 
Coombs;  (E)  0-0-8;  (F)  0-2-6;  (L)  Tho".  Warren,  Ann  Warren  &  Mary 
Warren;    (M)  Thomas  40,  Ann  36,  Mary  35. 

9.  (A)  July  5,  1742;  (B)  Thomas  Baker;  (C)  198V2;  (D)  William 
Gaither,  Jun^;  (E)  i-o-o;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  Thomas  Baker;  (M)  Thomas 
50. 

10.  (A)  July  4"',  1714;  (B)  Francis  Cole;  (C)  no;  (D)  Susannah  Cole; 
(E)  0-7-4;    (F)  2-19-2;    (L)  Ann  Cole;    (M)  Ann  Aged  60. 

11.  (A)  April  lo"",  1738;  (B)  Francis  Cole;  (C)  29;  (D)  Susannah 
Cole;  (E)  0-3-0;  (F)  0-12-0;  (L)  Francis  Cole,  Jun^,  Judith  Cole,  Jun'. 
&  James  Wheatley;    (M)  Francis  32,  Judith  28,  James  34. 

12.  (A)  March  I0'^  1743;  (B)  Jonathan  Scale;  (C)  3261/2;  (D) 
Thomas  Key;  (E)  1-12-4;  (F)  6-9-4;  (L)  Monaca  Scale  &  Lidia  Scale; 
(M)  Monaca  30,  Lidia  28. 

13.  (A)  Aug'.  24,  1758;  (B)  Joseph  Jenkins;  (C)  140;  (D)  Joseph 
Jenkins;    (E)  1-8-0;   (F)  1-8-0;    (L)  11V2  yrs. 

14.  (B)  Patented  to  W".  Jenkins;  (C)  89V2;  (D)  Joseph  Jenkins;  (L) 
Patent  Land  younger  than  the  Manor. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  73 

15.  (A)  Aug*.  20"",  1745;  (B)  John  Silanee;  (C)  170;  (D)  John  Silanee; 
(E)  0-17-0;  (F)  3-8-0;  (L)  John  Silanee  &  John  Silanee  Jun'. ;  (M)  John 
50,  John  Silanee  Jun^  28. 

16.  (A)  April  24'\  1762;  (B)  John  Silanee  Jun'.  (C)  46;  (D)  John 
Silanee  Jun^  (E)  0-9-2;  F  0-9-2;   (L)  15V4  yrs. 

17.  (A)  Aug'.  6^^,  1739;  (B)  John  Edwards;  (C)  44;  (D)  Zachariah 
Forrest;   (E)  0-4-9;   (F)  0-19-2. 

18.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1743;  (B)  Joseph  Cullison;  (C)  75V2;  (D)  James 
Tailton;  (E)  0-7-7;  (F)  1-10-4;  Fines  due,  3-8-3 ;  (L)  Joseph  Cullison, 
William  Cullison  &  Ignatius  Cullison;   (M)  Joseph  45,  W-".  42,  Ignatius  28. 

19.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1750;  (B)  Joseph  Cullison;  (C)  30;  (D)  James 
Tailton;  (E)  0-3-0;  (F)  0-12-6;  Fines  due  1-8-0;  (L)  Joseph  Cullison, 
James  CuUison  &  Joseph  Cullison  Jun'.;  (M)  Joseph  45,  James  20,  Joseph 
Jun'.  18. 

20.  (A)  Aug'.  20,  1761;  (B)  Ditto  (C)  53;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  0-10-6;  (F) 
0-10-6;   Fines  due  i-i-o;    (L)  14V2  yrs. 

21  &  22.  (A)  April  25'S  1729;  (B)  John  Tailton;  (C)  50  &  22V4;  (D) 
Michael  Beveriey;  (E  for  both  tracts)  0-7-6;  (F)  3-0-0;  (L)  John 
Tailton  80,  Dead. 

23.  (A)  April  I o'\  1738;  (B)  James  Tailton;  (C)  35;  (D)  John  Tailton; 
(E)  0-3-6;   (F)  0-14-0;   (L)  John  Tailton  Jun^  30. 

Totals:   (C)  2025 V2;   (E)  £10-17-71/4;   (F)  £8-8-6. 

Sundry  Vacancies  not  yet  ascertained. 

N.  B.  Mill  Manor  only  Contains  within  the  Lines  according  to  the 
Resurvey  1921^4  acres,  the  rest  lies  without  the  Manor. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Snow  Hill, 

Including  8^.  Barbaras  and  St.  Johns 

Freeholds,  January,  1768. 

1.  (A)  July  25*^  1750;  (B)  Cap'.  John  Hicks;  (C)  378;  (D)  William  & 
Geo.  Hicks;  (E)  1-17-9;  (F)  7-1  i-o;  (L)  W".  Hicks  now  of  White 
Haven;    (M)  William  36. 

2.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1746;  (B)  Roger  Tolle;  (C)  143;  (D)  Rev^.  Moses 
Fabbs;  (E)  0-14-4;  (F)  3-1 1-8;  (L)  Jonathan  Tolle,  John  Tolle  & 
Roger  Tolle;    (M)  Jonathan  33,  John,  31,  Roger  26. 

3.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1749;  (B)  James  Watts;  (C)  190;  (D)  Mary  Mor- 
ris; (E)  0-19-0;  (F)  4-0-0;  (L)  Roger  Tolle,  Son  of  Roger;  (M) 
Roger  26. 


74  MARYLAND   RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S   CO. 

4.  (A)  July  1M740;  (B)  John  Baker;  (C)  97V2;  (D)  John  Baker;  (E) 
0-10-4;  (F)  2-1-7;  (L)  John  Baker  &  Thomas  Baker;  (M)  John  45, 
Thomas  48. 

5.  (A)  August  30,  1761;  (B)  John  Baker;  (C)  41V4;  (D)  John  Baker; 
(E)  0-12-2;   (F)  0-12-2;    (L)  14V2  years. 

7.  Land  held  by  an  ancient  Deed,  from  a  certain  Gerard  Miller. 

8.  (A)  March  25'\  1750;  (B)  Thomas  Williner;  (C)  80V4;  (D)  Thomas 
Williner;  (E)  0-8-7;  (F)  1-14-4;  (L)  Tho^  Williner,  Thomas  his  Son  & 
Miriam  Williner;   (M)  Thomas  65,  Thomas  Jun'.  20,  Miriam  25. 

Totals:    (C)  982 V2;    (E)  £5-7-5. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  West  S^  Marys 

Lying  in  S^  Marys  County  February  1768, 

Recorded  1666. 

1.  (A)  Jany.  20t\  1742;  (B)  Stephen  Chilton;  (C)  57 V4;  (D)  Stephen 
Chilton;  (E)  0-10-3;  (F)  2-1-0;  (L)  George  Chilton,  Morris  Baker, 
Dead;    (M)  George  34,  Morris  26. 

2.  (A)  March  16,  1729;  (B)  Benjamin  Woodard;  (C)  89V2;  (D) 
Stephen  Chilton;  (E)  0-9-1V2;  (F)  1-16-6;  Fines  due  1-16-6;  (L) 
William  Woodard;    (M)  William  41.     N.  B.  Gone  away  several  years. 

3.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1750;  (B)  Elizabeth  Morris;  (C)  193V2;  (D)  John 
King;  (E)  0-19-2;  (F)  3-16-8;  (L)  Elizabeth  Morris,  Mary  Morris  & 
George  Chilton;    (M)  Elizabeth  18,  Mary  16,  George  34. 

4.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1730;  (B)  Joseph  Anderson;  (C)  49V4;  (D)  James 
M'^Laland;  (E)  0-5-0;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  Joseph  Anderson  &  Gilbert 
Anderson;  (M)  Joseph  60,  Gilbert  30 — quere  the  Age  if  the  Last  &  Vide 
Date  of  Lease. 

5.  (A)  Feby.  I,  1740;  (B)  John  Allison;  (C)  49V2;  (D)  Thomas  Allison; 
(E)  0-6-8;  (F)  1-6-8;  Thomas  Allison,  Joseph  Allison  &  James  Allison; 
(M)  Thomas  39,  Joseph  30,  James  22.  Vide  Date  of  Lease  for  the  Last 
Life. 

6.  (A)  Decem^  25,  1716;  (B)  John  Allison;  (C)  28V4;  (D)  Thomas 
AlHson;    (E)  0-3-0;   (F)  1-4-8;    (L)  Mary  Cole  (M)  Mary  55. 

7.  (A)  Decem'.  25,  1745;  (B)  John  Batsell;  (C)  67V4;  (D)  James 
M<^Laland;  (E)  0-6-11;  (F)  1-9-6;  (L)  John  Batsel  &  EHzabeth  Batsel; 
(M)  John  25,  Eliz:  42,  both  gone  to  Virginia. 

8.  (A)  June  20,  1746;  (B)  John  Taylor;  (C)  139;  (D)  John  Taylor;  (E) 
0-15-8;  (F)  3-2-8;  (L)  John  Taylor,  Jun^  &  William  Taylor;  (M)  John 
37,  William  34. 


STATE  OF   HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  75 

9.  (A)  June  I5*N  1754;  (B)  John  Hammett;  (C)  72V4;  (D)  William 
Taylor;   (E)  0-17-4;   (F)  1-14-8;   (L)  7V4  yrs. 

10.  (A)  March  25,  1758;  (B)  EHzabeth  Hammett;  (C)  67 V4;  (D) 
Stephen  Chilton;  (E)  0-13-4;  (F)  1-6-8;  (L)  Cartwright  Hammitt, 
Nich'.  Dowlin  Goldsborough  &  Stephen  Dowlin  Goldsborough ;  (M) 
Cartwright  20,  Nicholas  18,  Stephen  21. 

13.  (A)  April  29,  1742;  (B)  William  Hebb;  (C)  78;  (D)  Vienon 
[Virnon?]  Hebb;  (E)  0-15-8;  (F)  3-2-8;  (L)  Hopewell  Hebb  Dead,  & 
Precilla  Hebb;    (M)  Hopewell  60,  Precilla  gone  to  England  30. 

14.  (A)  Jan^.  20,  1741;  (B)  William  Hebb;  (C)  52;  (D)  Vienon  Hebb; 
(E)  0-5-2;   (F)  i-o-o;   (L)  Same  Lives  as  above;   (M)  Same  as  13. 

15.  (A)  Octo^  2,^,  1762;  (B)  Thomas  Mathews;  (C)  10V4;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-13-6;  (F)  0-13-6;  (L)  1 5^4  yrs.  Leased  for  67 V2  acres,  but  lies  in 
older  Surveys  except  ioV4- 

23.  (C)  31/4;    (D)  Vienon  Hebb. 

Total  (E)  £7-0-91/2.  Vacancies:  I.  166V2;  2.  176V4;  3-  10V4;  4-  18V4; 
5.  3;  6.  34V4;  7.  2V2;  8.  1/4;  Total  1370V4,  1720V4  Patented  Lands, 
Making  3091  acres  in  the  Manor. 


State  of  His  Lordships  Manor  of  Woolsey  in  S^ 
Mary's  County,  December,  1767. 

1.  (A)  Nov^  10*"^,  1739;  (B)  John  Williams;  (C)  100^8;  (D)  Susanna 
WiUiams;  (E)  o-io-i;  (F)  2-0-0;  (L)  Susannah  Williams;  (M)  Susan. 
30.     Expired. 

2.  (A)  April  ii'N  1763;  (B)  Susanna  Williams;  (C)  iSVs;  (D)  Lessee; 
(E)  0-3-10;    (F)  0-7-8;   (L)  21  yrs. 

3.  (A)  Decem^  25"",  1742;  (B)  Thomas  Welman;  (C)  133V4;  (D) 
Thomas  Cecil;  (E)  0-13-2;  (F)  2-12-8;  Fines  due,  5-5-4;  (L)  Thomas 
Welman  &  John  Welman;    (M)  Tho=.  29,  gone  away.     John  27. 

4.  (A)  April  9'N  1763;  (B)  Thomas  Cecil;  (C)  52;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-11-9;    (F)  0-11-9;    (L)  21  yrs. 

5.  (A)  May  i»S  1761;  (B)  Clement  Jacbo  [Jaibo];  (C)  59V8;  (D) 
Thomas  Cecil;    (E)  0-12-4;    (F)  0-12-4;   Fines  due,  0-12-4;    (L)  21  yrs. 

6.  (A)  Dec.  25'\  1746;  (B)  Thomas  Dogin;  (C)  67 Vs;  (D)  Lessee;  (E) 
0-8-0;  (F)  1-12-0;  (L)  Tho'.  Dogin  &  John  Michael  Raley;  (M)  Tho». 
48,  John  26,  but  gone  away. 

7.  (A)  Nov^  I0'^  1739;  (B)  Thomas  Watt;  (C)  40V2;  (D)  Jeremiah 
Rhoades;  (E)  0-4-0;  (F)  0-16-0;  Fines  due,  1-12-0;  (L)  Mary  Watt; 
(M)  Mary  Watt  70. 


76     MARYLAND   RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S   CO.— WOOLSEY 

8.  (A)  Dec^  25'h,  1719;  (B)  Joseph  Milbourn;  (C)  61;  (D)  Henry 
King;  (E)  0-6-0;  (F)  2-8-0;  Fines  due,  2-8-0;  (L)  Stephen  Milburn, 
Jun^,  Peter  Milburn;  (M)  Stephen  42,  gone  away.  Peter  39.  Vide 
Date  of  Leese. 

9.  (A)  July  5'S  1729;   (B)  Francis  Hilton;   (C)  85V2;    (D)  John  Hilton; 

(E)  0-7-4;    (F)  2-19-0;    (L)  Francis  Hilton,  Jun^  &  W-.  Hilton;    (M) 
Francis  42,  William  38. 

10.  (A)  Sep'.  20'\  1742;  (B)  Robert  Alexander;  (C)  27V4;  (D)  Robert 
Alexander;  (E)  0-2-9;  (F)  o-ii-o;  (L)  Robert  Alexander,  Dead, 
Christian  Alexander,  Ja'.  Alexander;  (M)  Rob'.  64,  Christian  29,  James  27. 

11.  (A)  Feb^  22^  1763;    (B)  Ditto;    (C)  37V2;    (D)  Ditto;    (E)  0-8-6; 

(F)  0-8-6;    (L)  21  yrs. 

12.  (A)  Dec^  25'\  1742;  (B)  Francis  Hilton;  (C)  42;  (D)  William 
Hilton;  (E)  0-5-0;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  John  Hilton,  Step".  Hilton  &  Tho^ 
Hilton;    (M)  John  40,  Stephen  33,  Thomas  28. 

13.  (A)  Dec^  25«N  1719;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  53^8;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  0-5^; 
(F)  2-0-0;    (L)  Mary  Harlow;    (M)  Mary  50. 

14.  (A)  Dec.  25'\  1758;  (B)  Ephraim  Adams;  (C)  87V4;  (D)  William 
Hilton;  (E)  0-17-0;  (F)  1-12-0;  Fines  due,  1-12-0;  (L)  Ephraim 
Adams,  Reb:  Adams  &  Rob'.  Adams;  (M)  Ephraim  40,  Reb:  36,  Robert 
16 — all  gone  away. 

15.  (A)  Dec^  25'h,  1720;  (B)  John  Milbourn;  (C)  34^3;  (D)  Henry 
Jenkins;  (E)  0-3-3V2;  (F)  1-4-6V2;  Fines  due,  6-2-8V2;  (L)  John 
Milburn,  Dead,  &  Ann  Milburn,  Dead;    (M)  John  47,  Ann  49,  exp^. 

16.  (A)  Dec.  25'\  1740;  (B)  Robert  Clarke;  (C)  looVs;  (D)  Robert 
Clarke;  (E)  0-13-2;  (F)  2-12-8;  (L)  Rob'.  Clarke  &  Ann  Clarke;  (M) 
Rob'.  45,  Ann  40. 

17.  (A)  May  25'\  1758;  (B)  Charles  Dillian;  (C)  36V8;  (D)  Ann 
DiUian;    (E)  0-7-6;    (F)  0-14-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

18.  (A)  Sep'.  I5'S  1742;  (B)  John  Milburn;  (C)  40V8;  (D)  Sarah 
Breeden;  (E)  0-3-10;  (F)  0-15-0;  Fines  due,  0-15-0;  (L)  Mary  Milburn 
&  Ann  Milburn;   (M)  Mary  40,  Ann  26. 

19.  (A)  Feby.  29'\  1742;  (B)  Francis  Kirby;  (C)  53^3;  (D)  Ignatius 
Bryan;  (E)  0-5-6;  (F)  1-5-0;  (L)  Fran».  Kirby,  Mary  Kirby  &  W-". 
Kirby;  (M)  Francis  45,  Mary  41,  William  their  Son  22.  Vide  Date  of 
Lease. 

20.  (A)  Sep'.  7'\  1763;  (B)  Ignatius  Bryan;  (C)  49V4;  (D)  Ignatius 
Bryan;   (M)  held  by  Cirtificate. 

21.  (A)  Dec^  25'\  1719;  (B)  Stephen  Milburn;  (C)  48V8;  (D)  Mathew 
Wise;  (E)  0-4-8;  (F)  1-17-6;  (L)  Stephen  Milburn  Dead,  Stephen 
Milburn  Jun^  Peter  Milburn;  (M)  Stephen  70,  Stephen  Jun'.  49  but  gone 
away,  Peter  47.     Vide  No.  8.     Same  Lives  but  ages  diff'. 


STATE   OF  HIS   LORDSHIP'S   MANOR  TJ 

22.  (A)  Dec.  25,  1720;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  ysVs;  (D)  MathewWise;  (E) 
0-7-9;  (F)  3-2-7;  (L)  Steph".  Milburn,  Rebecca  Milburn;  (M)  Stephen 
70,  Rebecca  46. 

23.  (A)  April  26'^  1743;  (B)  John  Lewis;  (C)  48V4;  (D)  Adam  Wise, 
Jun";. ;  (E)  0-4-8;  (F)  i-io-o;  Fines  due,  3-0-0;  (L)  Charies  Lewis, 
Sarah  Lewis  &  Eleanor  Lewis;  (M)  Charles  29,  Sarah  40,  Eleanor 
26. 

24.  (A)  Nov^  13,  1743;  (B)  Adam  Wise;  (C)  62V4;  (D)  Adam  Wise, 
Sen'.;  (E)  0-5-9;  (F)  1-3-0;  (L)  Adam  Wise,  Sen^,  Diana  Wise  & 
Mathew  Wise;    (M)  Adam  50,  Diana  43,  Mathew  25. 

25.  (A)  Dec^  25'\  1741;  (B)  John  Milbourn;  (C)  81;  (D)  Richard 
Wise;  (E)  0-8-2;  (F)  1-12-9;  Fines  due,  i-i 2-9;  (L)  Ann  Milburn,  W". 
Milburn  Son  of  Stephen;   (M)  Ann  49,  William  30,  gone  away. 

26.  (A)  March  25"',  1744;  (B)  William  Howard;  (C)  50;  (D)  John 
Hammott;  (E)  a-4-9;  (F)  1-8-8;  Fines  due,  1-8-8;  (L)  W".  Howard, 
Ann  Howard  &  Sarah  Howard ;  (M)  William  46,  Ann  35,  Sarah  20.  Vide 
Date  of  Lease. 

27.  (A)  Aug*.  19*'',  1761;  (B)  John  Hammott;  (C)  16V2;  (D)  John 
Hammott;    (E)  0-4-0;    (F)  0-4-0;    (L)  21  yrs;    (M)  Expired. 

28.  (A)  Mch.  5th,  1739;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  84V4;  (D)  John  Hammott;  (E) 
0-8-5;  (F)  1^14"^;  (L)  John  Hammot,  John  Hammot,  Son  of  Rob*.,  Jn°. 
Norris;   (M)  John  50,  John  Son  of  Rob*.  28,  John  Norris  30. 

29.  (A)  Nov^  13,  1743;  (B)  James  Adams;  (C)  52V2;  (D)  James 
Adams;  (E)  0-5-5;  (F)  i-o-o;  (L)  James  Adams,  Mary  Adams,  Eph"". 
Adams;    (M)  James  51,  Mary  51,  Ephraim  40,  the  last  gone  away. 

30.  (A)  June  24*'>,  1740;  (B)  James  Farthing;  (C)  91 V2;  (D)  John 
Tarlton;  (E)  0-9-8;  (F)  1-19-0;  Fines  due,  1-19-0;  (L)  Mary  Farthing 
&  Robert  Hurtle;    (M)  Mary  40,  Robert  30. 

31.  (A)  Dec^  25*\  1720;  (B)  Griffian  Morris;  (C)  42V8;  (D)  Robert 
Alexander;  (E)  0-4-6;  (F)  1-16-0;  Fines  due,  1-16-0;  (L)  Lessee  Dead, 
Jane  his  Wife  Dead  &  Monaca  Morris;  (M)  Their  ages  cannot  be  learn't 
being  gone  away. 

32.  (A)  April  2'',  1761;  (B)  James  Breeden;  (C)  109V2;  (D)  Sarah 
Breeden;    (E)  1-9-8;    (F)  1-17-2;    (L)  21  yrs. 

33.  (A)  Dec^  ii*S  1751;  (B)  John  Frazier;  (C)  183V8;  (D)  John 
Frazier;  (E)  0-17-6;  (F)  3-10-4;  (L)  John  Frazir  Dead,  Leonard  King; 
(M)  John  40,  Leonard  (gone  away)  25. 

34.  (A)  Aug*.  20'S  1761;  (B)  Ditto;  (C)  12V8;  (D)  Ditto;  (E)  0-6-0; 
(F)  0-6-0;    (L)  21  yrs. 

35.  (A)  Dec^  25*S  1741;  (B)  Theodore  Jordan;  (C)  148V8;  (D) 
Henry  Reeder;  (E)  0-15-0;  (F)  3-0-0;  Fines  due,  6-0-0;  (L)  EHz: 
Jordan,  Elizabeth  Jordan  Daughter  of  Lessee  &  Susannah  his  Sister;   (M) 


78     MARYLAND   RECORDS— ST.   MARY'S   CO.— WOOLSEY 

Eliz:    56,  Eliz:    Daughter  of  Lessee  29,  Susannah  27.     N.  B.  There  is  a 
Counterpart  of  a  Lease  for  this  Land  daf*.  1739  to  Jn°.  Dyal  on  Lives. 

Vacancies : 

No.  I,  (C)  110V4;  No.  2,  565V4;  No.  3,  50;  No.  4,  15V4;  No.  5,  106V2. 
N.  B.  of  the  above  quantity  27  Acres  Lies  in  Mill  Manor  &  ab°.  21V2  in 
the  Reserve  Woolsey. 


Caroline  County,  Bredge  Town  Hundred,  Census 
of  I  776. 

"A  LIste  of  the  in  Habbatance  of  Bredge  Town  Hundred  Taking  by 
Preson  Goodwin."  * 

This  Census  is  written  upon  2  sheets  13V4  in.  X  16V2  in.,  originally 
fastened  together  by  red  sealing  wax. 

"a"  means  "Under  16  years";  "b"  means  "From  16  to  50  years"; 
"c"  means  "Above  50  years"  using  the  columns  in  the  originals,  "x" 
means  males,  "z"  means  females,  "2ax"  means  2  white  males  under  16 
years,  "3  az"  means  3  white  females  under  16,  etc. 

Heads  of  Families: 

Keed  [? — Heed,  Reed],  William,  i  bx;  i  az,   i  bz — total  3. 

Draper,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 5. 

Hughs,  Daniel,  i  bx;  2  az,  I  bz — 4. 

"Elaxandrio,"  Robert,  2  ax,  i  ax;   i  bz — 4. 

Reed,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  bx;  i  bz — 3. 

More,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx;  I  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Wilighboey,  Richd.,  6  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 9. 

Founton,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Coox,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  bx;  2  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Bostick,  James,  I  ax,  i  bx;  2  az,  2  bz — 6. 

Founton,  Saml.,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Owins,  William,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Orrell,  Thos.,  I  bx — i. 

Stradlee,  Thos.  Coox,  2  ax;   I  bx,  i  bz — 4. 

Walker,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;  2  az,  I  bz — 5. 

Comton,  John  BabHs,  i  bx;  2  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Hollis,  Clark,  2  ax,  i  ex;  2  az,  3  bz — 8. 

Laine,  Francis,  3  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 7. 

Wyth,  Daniel,  3  ax,  i  ex;  i  bz,  I  cz — 6. 

Brett,  Damina,  I  bx,  i  ex;  i  cz — 3. 

Barwick,  James,  2  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  3  bz — 7. 

Carrill,  Grace,  i  ax;   i  az,  2  bz — 4. 

Mason,  Abraham,  i  ax,  i  bx;  3  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Eutt,  Seth  Hill,  l  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

*  "Preston  Goodwin"  is  written  in  the  enumeration  in  the  bold  handwriting  of  Benson  Stanton, 
Cha°-,  but  the  actual  signature  is  "Preson  Goodwin." 

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3  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CAROLINE   COUNTY 

Hill,  Thomas  Smith  "Cat."  [Captain?],  2  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  .bz — 5. 

Cullon,  Davied,  i  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Wilkson,  Henery,  3  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Allen,  z'\nn,  i  bz,  i  cz — 2. 

Simson,  Elijah,  1  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Cooper,  Owin,  2  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  3  bz,  i  cz — 9. 

Rogirs,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx;  2  az,  2  bz,  i  cz — 8. 

Baynard,  Mary,  i  bz — i. 

Johnson,  John,  2  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 7. 

Hamblton,  William,  i  bx — i. 

Johnson,  Henery,  2  ax,  i  bx;  i  az,  2  bz — 6. 

Hurd,  William,  i  ex;  3  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Skinner,  Francis,  2  bx;   i  bz — 3. 

Drapir,  Gudall,  i  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 6. 

Raws,  Sarah,  2  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Williowbee,  Solomon,  i  bx;   i  bz — 2. 

Williowbee,  Absolomon,  i  bx;  i  cz — 2. 

Chanee,  Aron,  i  ax,  2  bx;  7  az,  4  bz — 14. 

Mason,  John,  2  ax,  i  ex;   i  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Emery  [?],  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;  i  bz — 3. 

Duglass,  William,  5  ax,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz — 9. 

Lilley,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Cook,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  hz,  i  cz — 6. 

Rogers,  John,  3  ax,  i  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Sherrwed,  Hugh,  2  ax,  2  bx,  i  ex;  3  az,  i  bz — 9. 

Sherrwed,  Francis,  i  ax,  i  bx;  2  bz — 4. 

Baynard,  John,  i  ax,  3  bx;  2  az,  2  bz,  i  cz — 9. 

White,  John,  2  ax,  2  bx;  i  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Garrner,  Parrish,  2  ax,  i  bx;  6  az,  I  bz — 10. 

Lammar,  Nathan,  2  ax,  i  bx;  3  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Dickson,  John,  i  bx;   i  bz — 2. 

Ingrum,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;    i  bz — 3. 

Garroot,  John,  i  bx;    i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Longe,  Thomas,  3  ax,  i  bx,  I  ex;   3  az,  2  bz — 10. 

Longe,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  2  bz — 7. 

Glandin,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx,  I  ex;   2  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Haress  [Harris?],  Benjamin,  2  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Smith,  Edwd.  i  bx,  i  ex;    i  az,  i  cz — 4. 

Quinnily,  Richd.  i  ex;    i  cz — 2. 

Talboy,  Ann,  2  bx;    i  bz,  i  cz — 4. 

Wothers,  Elijah,  i  ax,  2  bx;    i  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Currey,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;  4  bz — 7. 


BREDGE  TOWN   HUNDRED  8l 

Morgan,  James,  i  bx — I. 
Morgan,  Solomon,  i  bx — i. 
Gladston,  Nathan,  i  bx — i. 
Hobs,  William,  i  bx — i. 
Lecompt,  Thos.  i  bx — i. 
Wilson,  Robt.  i  bx — i. 
Turnner,  John,  i  bx — i. 
Hill,  Nathan,  i  bx — i. 
Swgat,  Beneymon  [Benjamin?],  i  bx — I. 
Chanell  [?],  Eleey,  i  bx — i. 
Green,  Zariah,  i  bx — i. 
Wothers,  Ruban,  i  bx — i. 
Wothers,  John,  4  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  2  bz — 9. 
Bland,  Joseph,  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 4. 
Bland,  Joseph,  Senr.  3  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 8. 
Bright,  Jonis,  2  ax,  i  bx,  3  az,  i  bz — 7. 
Everret,  Joseph,  i  bx — i. 
Brite,  George,  i  bx — i. 
Founton,  William,  i  bx — i. 
Jurdam,  Batt,  i  bx,  i  ex;   2  az,  I  bz,  i  cz — 6. 
Black,  Betty,  2  ax;   2  az,  i  cz — 5. 
Goodwin,  Preston,  3  ax,  i  bx;    I  bz — 5. 
Warron,  Solomon,  3  ax,  i  bx;   I  az,  i  bz — 6. 
Leventon,  Mary,  i  bx;   i  az,  I  bz,  i  cz — 4. 
Cahill,  WiUiam,  i  ax,  i  bx;  6  az,  I  bz — 9. 
Porter,  Larnie,  2  bx;   3  az,  I  bz — 6. 
Thomas,  Richard,  I  bx;   I  az,  i  bz — 3. 
Solsboury,  Nemiah,  2  ax,  I  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 
Willighbouy,  Edward,  4  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  2  bz — 10. 
Fednion,  Batt,  4  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  2  bz — 10. 
Cahill,  John,  i  bx;   2  az,  I  bz,  i  cz — 5. 
Draper,  William,  3  ax,  2  bx;   2  az,  2  bz — 9. 
Sordinge,  Edward,  3  ax,  i  bx;    I  az,  i  bz — 6. 
Paine,  Isaac,  5  ax,  2  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 10. 
Maikmahn,  William,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 3. 
Harper,  William,  3  ax,  2  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 9. 
Founton,  John,  6  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 9. 
Hudson,  John,  l  bx;   i  bz — 2. 
Porter,  Robt.  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 4. 
Wilimson,  Elijah,  3  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  2  bz — 9. 
Swegatt,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;    i  az,  2  bz,  i  cz — 8. 
Draper,  Nemiah,  I  bx — i. 
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82  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CAROLINE  COUNTY 

Smith,  John,  3  ax,  I  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Munnett,  William,  4  ax,  2  bx;  2  az,  I  bz — 9. 

Lester  [Lister ?],  Joshua,  5  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 8. 

Stevens,  Azell,  2  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 6. 

Bredinge,  John,  i  ax,  2  bx;  2  bz,  i  cz — 6. 

Smith,  John,  Sennr.  3  bx,  i  ex;   i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz — 7. 

"Solsboy,"  Ebenezar,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 5. 

"Solsboury,"  James,  4  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  4  bz — 11. 

"Joness,"  William,  2  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;  4  bz — 8. 

Simson,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 5. 

Allen,  Preseller,  2  az,  2  bz — 4. 

Morgan,  Elesebeth,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  bz,  i  cz — 5. 

Hoobes,  Elesebeth,  i  bx;    i  az,  i  cz — 3. 

Raws,  James,  i  ax,  i  ex;   i  az,  i  cz — 4. 

Harriss,  James,  i  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  I  bz — 9. 

Smith,  Joshua,  2  ax,  2  bx;  4  az,  I  bz — 9. 

Hignutt,  Daniel,  i  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Towirs,  James,  2  ax,  I  bx;  4  az,  3  bz — 10. 

Chilrood,  John,  2  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Dillion,  John,  6  ax,  2  bx;   2  az,  2  bz — 12. 

Foster,  Joseph,  i  ax,  2  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Harriss,  Elsibeth,  i  ax;   2  bz — 3. 

Shinnee,  Peter,  i  bx;   2  bz — 3. 

Mathers,  Rose,  I  az,  2  bz — 3. 

Solsboury,  John,  i  ax,  3  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Solsboury,  Oliie,  2  ax,  i  bx;    i  az,  2  bz — 6. 

Swegatt,  James,  2  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 5. 

Hamblton,  Jamis,  i  ax,  2  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Collilis,  Robt.  I  ax,  I  bx,  i  ex;  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ez — 8. 

Fisher,  Abraham,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  I  bz — 5. 

Horney,  James,  i  bx — i. 

Porter,  Robert,  Senr.  2  ax,  i  ex;    i  az,  2  bz,  i  ez — 7. 

Chafinch,  John,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;   3  az,  i  bz — 9. 

Counton,  Mary,  2  ax;  3  az,  i  bz — 6. 

Perrey,  Mary,  2  ax,  i  bx;    i  az,  i  bz — 5. 

Howard,  Joseph,  2  ax,  i  ex;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 

Connelly,  Jesa,  i  bx;    i  az,  i  bz,  i  ez — 4. 

Connely,  William,  i  ax,  I  bx,  i  ex;    i  ez — 4. 

Rumbly,  Smith,  i  ax,  i  bx;    i  bz — 3. 

Durell  [Dunell?],  Larrence,  I  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 

Smith,  Thomas,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 3. 

Holbrook,  Alaxandreo,  3  ax,  i  ex;   i  az,  i  bz — 6. 


BREDGE  TOWN   HUNDRED  83 

Hoobs,  Leblun,  3  ax,  i  bx;  2  az,  i  bz — 7. 
Hornny,  Jiffery,  3  bx,  I  ex;   2  az,  i  bz,  2  cz — 9. 
Withers,  Arron,  2  ax,  i  bx;   i  bz — 4. 
Kinord,  Richard,  I  bx;   i  bz — 2. 
Killey,  Batt,  i  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 
Greene,  Edward,  4  ax,  2  bx;  2  az,  i  bz — 9. 
Griffind,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx;  3  az,  3  bz — 8. 
Withers,  Solomon,  i  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 
Staford,  John,  4  ax,  2  bx;    I  az,  2  bz — 9. 
Chaniee  Richd.  I  bx;   I  bz — 2. 
Swegott,  Henery,  4  ax,  3  bx;   3  az,  2  bz — 12. 
Richardson,  John,  2  ax,  i  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 7. 
Stevens,  WilHam,  2  ax,  i  bx;  3  az,  2  bz — 8. 
Bushoope,  Robart,  4  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 7. 
Bushope,  WilHam,  2  ax,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz — 6. 
Smith,  Leaven,  i  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — 4. 
Moberey,  Arron,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 5. 
Harriss,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx;   5  az,  2  bz — 10. 
Ward,  Mary,  i  bx;  2  bz,  i  cz — 4. 
Barwick,  Margrett,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bz — 5. 
Grenholt  [?],  Johnathan,  3  ax,  i  bx;   i  bz — 5. 
Marthers,  Darby,  i  bx;   i  az,  I  bz — 3. 
Row,  Thomas,  i  ax,  4  bx;  5  az,  2  bz — 12. 
Earvin,  Emmillis,  2  ax;   i  az,  i  bz — 4. 
Parson,  Edward,  3  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  2  bz — 8. 
Baynard,  Leavin,  2  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 6. 
Cooper,  Mark,  4  ax,  2  bx;   3  az,  3  bz — 12. 
Total  954. 

Owners  of  Blacks  are  grouped  together,  with  the  "a,"  "b,"  "c"  classifi- 
cations in  the  original  lists  but  only  the  totals  are  here  given  and  designated 
as  "N,"  thus:   "21  n,"  meaning  21  blacks. 

Heads  of  Families: 

Driver,  Mathew,  i  ax,  2  bx;  3  az — 6,  and  21  n. 
Hindson,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  ex;   i  az,  3  bz — 6,  and  5  n. 
Driver,  Christopher,  i  ax,  3  bx;   i  az,  2  bz,  i  cz — 8,  and  7  n. 
Cook,  Thomas,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;  4  az,  2  bz — 11,  and  2  n. 
Baynard,  Gedion,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;  5  az,  3  bz — 11,  and  i  n. 
Dickson,  Obadiah,  i  ax,  I  bx,  i  ex;   2  az,  2  bz,  i  ez — 8,  and  10  n. 
Merrick,  Isaac,  4  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 6,  and  3  n. 
Rich,  Peter,  2  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 5,  and  6  n. 
Smith,  Abigail,  i  ax;    i  bz,  i  cz — 3,  and  6  n. 


84  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CAROLINE   COUNTY 

Smith,  William,  Junr.  i  ax,  2  bx;    i  az,  i  bz — 5,  and  5  n. 

White,  Cathrine,  I  cz — i,  and  i  n. 

Roodes,  Jeremiah,  6  ax,  i  bx;   I  az,  i  bz — 9,  and  16  n. 

Lucais,  John,  i  bx;  2  bz — 3,  and  2  n. 

Poselwatte,  Robet.  2  ax,  I  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 5,  and  3  n. 

Dixon,  Benjmon,  2  ax,  3  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 7,  and  i  n. 

Rumbley,  Jacob,  2  ax,  i  bx;  2  az,  3  bz,  i  cz — 9,  and  7  n. 

Willson,  Jonathan,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;  4  az,  2  bz — 11,  and  3  n. 

Shaw,  William,  3  ax,  I  bx,  i  ex;   I  az,  4  bz — 10,  and  6  n. 

Barwick,  Joshua,  i  ax,  I  bx;   2  bz — 4,  and  3  n. 

Whitee,  Samuel,  i  ax,  I  bx;  5  az,  2  bz — 9,  and  i  n. 

Hughins,  James,  2  ax,  i  bx;  3  az,  i  bz — 7,  and  9  n. 

Stockley,  George,  I  bx;   3  az,  i  bz — 5,  and  11  n. 

Onell,  Thomas,  i  bx;   i  az,  i  bz — 3,  and  i  n. 

Clemmer,  Francis,  i  bx;   i  bz — 2,  and  i  n. 

Rumbley,  Edger,  3  ax,  i  bx;  5  az,  3  bz — 12,  and  i  n. 

Barwick,  James,  4  ax,  3  bx;   2  az,  3  bz — 12,  and  I  n. 

Cooper,  John,  I  bx;   i  bz — 2,  and  2  n. 

Hasleitt,  William,  i  ax,  2  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 6,  and  3  n. 

Lucais,  Michill,  6  ax,  2  bx;   i  az,  2  bz — il,  and  6  n. 

Swording,  Sarah,  I  ez — i,  and  i  n. 

Garrner,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  bz — 4,  and  4  n. 

Willson,  Christopher,  3  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  i  bz — 7,  and  i  n. 

Willowbeey,  Saml.  i  bx;   2  az,  I  bz — 4,  and  3  n. 

Hinds,  Daniel,  2  ax,  4  bx;   I  cz — 7,  and  2  n. 

Dillehay,  William,  i  bx;   I  az,  i  bz — 3,  and  i  n. 

Founton,  Thomas,  I  ax,  2  bx,  i  ex;   i  bz — 5,  and  i  n. 

Cooben,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx;   2  az,  2  bz — 6,  and  I  n. 

Orrill,  John  [Onill,  Onell?],  2  ax,  i  ex;   i  az,  2  bz — 6,  and  6  n. 

Stevens,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;   I  az,  2  bz — 6,  and  14  n. 

Vaulx,  Ebennezer,  I  ex — i,  and  2  n. 

White,  John,  5  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;   2  az,  i  bz — 10,  and  12  n. 

Founton,  Andrew,  3  ax,  3  bx;   3  az,  I  bz — 10,  and  7  n. 

Founton,  Merey,  2  bx,  i  ex;   i  cz — 4,  and  12  n. 

Lecompt,  James,  4  ax,  2  bx;   3  bz — 9,  and  4  n. 

Lecompt,  James,  Senr.  i  ax,  4  bx,  i  ex;   2  bz — 8,  and  5  n. 

Lecompt,  Charles,  2  bx — 2,  and  i  n. 

Juvel,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex;    i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz — 6,  and  I  n. 

Rich,  William,  3  bx;   4  az,  i  bz — 8,  and  3  n. 

Willson,  John,  i  bx;  4  az,  2  bz — 7,  and  5  n. 

Scoot,  John,  I  bx;  4  az,  2  bz — 7,  and  7  n. 

Scoot,  James,  i  bx — i,  and  i  n. 


BREDGE  TOWN   HUNDRED  85 

Baynard  Thomas,  [No  age  given]  i,  and  2  n. 
Wheatly,  William,  i  ax,  2  bx;    i  az,  i  cz — 5,  and  14  n. 
Dixon,  Robert,  [No  age  given] — i,  and  3  n. 
Peterkin,  James,  i  cz — 2  [Evidently  i  omitted],  and  9  n. 
Stanton,  Benson,  i  bx;    i  az,  i  bz — 3,  and  25  n. 
Totals  330  and  954,  "Whites  1287"  and  291  n. 

Caroline  County  Scr.  In  Committee  Jany.  6,  1777. 

Preston  Goodwin  being  appointed  by  this  Committee  to  Assertain  the 
number  of  Inhabitants  in  Bridge  Town  Hundred,  made  Oath  that  the 
within  and  above  List  contains  the  whole  of  the  Inhabitants  in  Hundred. 

Signed  by  Order, 
Benson  Stanton,  Cha". 


DORCHESTER  COUNTY 


Dorchester  County,  Nantacoake  Hundred,  Census 
of  1776.* 

"List  of  Inhabitants  in  Nantacoake  Hundred,  Dorchester  County,  anno 
1776.     No.  2033."  t 

"a"  means  10  years  of  age  and  under;  "b"  means  10  to  16;  "c"  means 
16  to  21;  "d"  means  21  to  30;  " e "  means  30  to  40 ;  " f  "  means  40  to  50 ; 
"g"  means  50  to  60;  "h"  means  60  to  70,  "x"  means  white  males;  "z" 
means  white  females,  and  the  prefixed  figure  means  the  number  enumerated 
in  the  class  indicated  by  the  letter,  thus  "3  ax"  means  three  males  10 
years  and  under,  "2  cz"  means  two  females  16  years  to  21,  "n"  means 
"blacks." 

Heads  of  Families: 

Abet,  Sarah,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 

Adams,  Mcnamar,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  ez,  i  gz. 

Ackman,  Phillep,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Abbet,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Angel,  William,  2  bz,  2  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez.     "Also  White  man  from  70  to  80." 

Adkins,  Rachel,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  ez. 

*  First  Division  of  Dorchester  County  into  Hundreds: 

The  first  pohtical  divisions  of  Dorchester  County  were  hundreds,  of  which  there  is  no  official 
record  to  be  found  of  their  boundary  lines,  but  the  locations  of  the  hundreds  are  recognizable  by 
their  names.  They  were  laid  out  prior  to  1698  when  there  were  few  roads  through  the  vast  forests 
which  were  only  bounded  by  creeks,  streams  and  other  bodies  of  water. 

The  names  of  the  hundreds  were: 

1.  Great  Choptank  Hundred. 

2.  Nanticoke  Hundred. 

3.  Transquaking  Hundred. 

4.  Fishing  Creek  Hundred. 

5.  Little  Choptank  Hundred. 

6.  Hermitage  (or  Armitage)  Hundred. 

7.  Straits  Hundred. 

8.  Cambridge  Hundred. 

These  divisions  of  the  county  were  recognized  in  the  appointment  of  constables,  road  overseers 
and  other  district  officials,  but  were  not  election  districts.  They  were  retained  as  county  divisions 
until  1829  when  the  county  was  divided  into  eight  election  districts  herein  named."  Hist,  of 
Dorch.  Co., — Elias  Jones,  1902,  pp.  142,  143. 

t  This  record  consists  of  5  sheets,  12  in.  x  14H  inches  folded  in  the  center  and  stitched  together 
with  an  additional  half  sheet  stitched  to  the  side  of  the  last  sheet.  The  entire  record  is  very 
yellow  and  worn  and  written  upon  both  sides  of  the  sheets. 

89 


90         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Atter  Son,  Arter,  2  ax,  4  az,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Adley,  William,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Alexson,  Alexander,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Browhon,  Patrick,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  6  n. 

Bramble,  Levina,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,*  i  cz,  i  fz. 

Badley,  Christopher,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  fz,  gx. 

Badley,  Richard,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Baker,  John,  i  ax,  2  z,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Bonewill,  Georg,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  4  n. 

Brown,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  ez,  3  n. 

Ball,  Precilla,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ex,  i  fz,  25  n. 

Bonersill,  M'keel,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Bestpitch,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Bramble,  Edmon,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Blesset,  William,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  fz,  i  gz. 

Bancks,  Ann,  i  ax,  3  n. 

Broks,  Sarah,  i  ax,  2  az,  3  bz,  i  dz,  i  gz,  9  n. 

Beard,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  dz,  i  hx,  i  hz,  8  n. 

Batey,  Benjamin  ("lived  in  Somerset"),  i  ex,  i  ex. 

Beard,  Thomas,  I  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  3  n. 

Beard,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  n. 

Bestpitch,  Levin,  3  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  I  ex,  I  ez,  4  n. 

Brown,  Georg,  2  ax,  3  az,  I  bz,  I  ex,  i  dz,  i  fx,  2  n. 

Badley,  Ezekel,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Beard,  Georg,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Ball,  Benjamin,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  12  n. 

Cantar,  Isaac,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Cohon,  Peter,  i  az,  cz,  i  dx. 

Cammel,  Zacharas,  i  ax,  4  az,  i  ex,  i  ex,  2  ez,  13  n. 

Canter,  Sarah,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  gx. 

Cook,  Elesabeth,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  n. 

Craft,  Charles  Levi,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz,  2  n. 

Coap,  Jonathan,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Clark,  James,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  ez. 

Callendar,  William,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Craft,  chads  John,  i  ax,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Coap,  Mar>',  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  dx,  i  gz. 

Coap,  John,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  cz,  i  fx. 

Cox,  Joseph,  I  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Cane,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  I  dz,  i  gz. 

Church,  Abraham,  2  n. 

*  "Lived  to  Isaac  Canter." 


NANTACOAKE  HUNDRED  91 

Coap,  Joseph,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  fx. 

Craft,  charls  John,  2  ax,  i  bx,  I  cz,  I  ex,  i  ez,  i  n. 

Craft,  charls,  John,  Senr.  i  bx,  i  ez,  i  hx,  i  n. 

Craft,  charls  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  cz,  i  dz. 

Craft,  Aleas,  3  ax,  i  bz,  I  ez. 

Craft,  Jonathan,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Craft,  Sarah,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Cook ,  "a  black  man  no  to  115." 

Dorroty,  Ezekel,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Dudney,  Aleas,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Dudney,  Mary,  4  ax,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  hz. 

Deen,  Charls,  I  dx,  "love  free." 

Deen,  Henry,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Daffin,  Joseph,  20  n. 

Daniel,  John,  Senr.  2  ax,  I  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

Daniel,  John,  i  ax,  i  dx,  l  dz,  2  n. 

Elett,  John,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  I  ez,  i  gx,  15  n. 

EUett,  Thomas,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Elburd,  William,  i  ez,  7  n. 

Evins,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  az,  l  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz. 

Ellett,  Thomas,  3  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  n. 

Evins,  fisher  Henry,  i  az,  I  cz,  i  dx,  i  gx. 

Ellett,  John,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  3  n. 

Ennales,  Henry  27  n. 

Furrough,  Jesse  i  n  [Black  man  21  to  30]. 

Fisher,  John,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Foster,  Elesabeth,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ez,  and  "  i  white  woman  70  to  80." 

Gambell,  Sarah,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  cz,  i  fz. 

Green,  Richard,  i  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Goute,  Shadrick,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  2  ez,  4  n. 

Goute,  Sophiah,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 

Griffen,  Joseph,  2  dx,  2  dz,  17  n. 

Gardif,  Christopher,  i  ax,  4  az,  2  bx,  I  cz,  i  ez,  I  hx,  2  n. 

Goute,  George,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Gordon,  James,  2  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  4  n. 

Gray,  Archable,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Grinnan,  Ann,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  ez. 

Grayham,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Gambell,  John,  2  ax,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Harper,  John,  2  ax,  2  bz,  I  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fx,  I  fz,  2  n. 

Harper,  Ezekel,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  I  fx,  5  n. 

Hodson,  Thomas,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz,  7  n. 


92         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Hodson,  Ann,  3  az,  3  bz,  2  ez,  2  n. 

Hambleton,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  I  fz,  3  n. 

Hambleton,  Lilley  4  n. 

Hicks,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  ex,  2  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz,  17  n. 

Hicks,  Mary,  2  ax,  i  ez,  i  gz,  13  n. 

Holland,  Rasmis,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  dz,  and  "  i  white  woman  70  to  80." 

Hincks,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx,  2  n. 

Hicks,  Tabitha,  i  ax,  i  ez. 

Higgins,  Sarah,  I  ax,  3  bx,  i  cz,  i  fz. 

Hughs,  Precilla,  2  az,  i  bz,  I  cz,  2  ez. 

Hopkins,  John,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  3  n. 

Harvey,  William,  3  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Hust,  Samuel,  I  az,  I  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Hust,  Archabel,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Hurley,  Edward,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  fz,  i  hx. 

Hust,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  3  cz,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Hubbart,  Humphra,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  hx. 

Hoppar,  Henry,  1 1  n. 

Hughs,  James,  "  i  black  man  40  to  50." 

Henry,  John,  i  az,  3  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  gx,  2  gz,  55  n. 

Hammon,  William,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Hughs,  Edmon,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Horsman,  John,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Horsman,  Luke,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Hurley,  Mathew,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Hurley,  "Jan"  [John?],  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ez. 

Hurley,  Jacob,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  dz,  i  ez. 

Hugins,  Hezekiah,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  dz,  I  ez. 

Hurley,  Moses,  I  cz,  i  dx. 

Hurley,  Sophiah,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  gz,  2  n. 

Hurley,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  3  bx,  i  cz,  l  ez,  i  gx,  3  n. 

Horsman,  Henry,*  i  ax,  i  bx,  I  ez,  i  fz. 

Hurley,  Durbey,  2  ax,  3  bx,  I  fz,  i  gx. 

Hurley,  John,  3  az,  2  bx,  2  ez,  i  fx,  I  n. 

Hurley,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Hurley,  Elijah,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Hollan,  Connar,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Hollan,  Michal,  2  bx,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Hughe,  John,  i  fx. 

Harper,  David,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  7  n. 

*  Also  "White  woman  70  to  80."     "White  woman  80  to  90."     The  second  entry  may  perhaps 
apply  to  Henry  Durbin,  but  the  position  seems  to  favor  the  Henry  Horsman,  family.     G.  M.  B. 


NANTACOAKE   HUNDRED  93 

Hust,  Joseph,  I  dx. 

Huffington,  John,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Hurley,  Constantine,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  ex. 

Haddan,  Larance,  cz  ("with  one  leg  of")  [Enumerated  twice,  G.  M.  B]. 

HoUan,  Connar,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

HoUan,  Michal,  2  bx,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Hughe,  John,  i  fx. 

Harper,  David,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  I  ez,  I  fx,  7  n. 

Hust,  Joseph,  I  dx. 

Huffington,  John,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Hurley,  Constantine,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  1  ex. 

Jones,  WiUiam,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  l  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  fz,  I  gx,  3  n. 

Jones,  Levin,  i  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  8  n. 

Jones,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 

Jones,  Levin,  2  ax,  I  bx,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  dx,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Jones,  Sarah,  3  az,  I  ez. 

Johnson,  Joseph,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  fz,  i  hz,  5  n. 

Jones,  James,  2  ax,  3  az,  3  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  ex,  i  ez,  4  n. 

Jones,  William,  I  ax,  i  az,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Johnson,  Nathan,  2  az,  i  ex,  I  ex,  i  fz,  I  n. 

Jones,  William,  4  ax,  i  az,  l  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Jones,  Levin,  I  cz,  i  dx. 

Jones,  Isaac,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Jones,  Frances,  i  az,  i  bx,  l  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Kirkman,  Levin,  3  ax,  I  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  10  n. 

Kirkman,  Georg,  i  fx,  I  hx,  9  n. 

Kirkman,  Elisha,  i  az,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Kimmey,  Henry,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

Killener,  John,  2  bx,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Lewis,  Glod,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Langfitt,  Frances,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  gz,  i  hx. 

Lines,  Cornelus,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Langfitt,  Jarvis,  I  bx,  i  dx,  i  ez. 

Langfitt,  William,  2  cz,  i  hz,  7  n,  also  "  i  white  man  70  to  80." 

Langfitt,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  gz,  10  n. 

Langfitt,  Levin,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Lewis,  Levin,  i  ax,  I  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz,  i  n. 

Langurl,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  2  dz,  i  ex,  4  n. 

Lingart,  James,  I  ex,  i  gz,  also  "i  white  man  80  to  90." 

Lingurl,  William,  3  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Laton,  James,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  11  n. 

Laton,  Daniel,  4  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  n. 


94         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

McCallester,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

McCallester,  Easter,  I  az,  i  dz. 

McCallester,  Sarah,  I  ax,  i  ez. 

Marcy,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  dz,  2  n. 

Minish,  Elesabeth,  3  ax,  I  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  fz. 

Muir,  James,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz,  17  n. 

McBrid,  Hugh,  3  dx,  I  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx  "lived  in  sumerset,"  7  n. 

Mears,  Fisher,  3  ax,  I  bx,  i  ex,  I  ez. 

Miars,  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Marign,  Angel,  5  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  fz,  I  n. 

McKell,  Thomas,  i  dz,  i  ex,  5  n. 

Moor,  Elijah,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

McCallester,  John,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  i  hz. 

McCallester,  Andrew,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  I  ez,  i  ex,  I  ez. 

Messack,  James,  2  ax,  i  bx,  2  cz. 

McCallster,  Alceabeth,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  gz. 

Morgan,  William,  i  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  3  bz,  2  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx,  3  n. 

Muir,  Charls,  2  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  I  fx,  29  n.* 

Major,  Levin,  2  ax,  I  az,  I  dz,  i  ex. 

McCrary,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  gz. 

Moor,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz  "lived  in  Somer  Set." 

Meddis,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  l  dz,  I  ez. 

Millar,  Sarah,  i  az,  i  bz,  I  fz. 

McCoUester,  Tabtha,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ez. 

Mabra,  John,  i  dx  "arised — enter  in  Quens  ans." 

Norman,  Christophar,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  I  hx. 

Neel,  James,  2  az,  I  dz,  i  ex. 

Oram,  Levi,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  bx,  2  dz,  I  ex,  i  n. 

Philleps,  John,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  n. 

Phillips,  William,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Parris,  Comfort,  I  ax,  i  bz,  i  fz,  2  n. 

Parrish,  John,  4  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Pely,  William,  2  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Roberson,  John,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Rawley,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Rawley,  James,  2  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Richards,  Ann,  2  bx,  I  bz,  I  ex,  I  ez,  i  gz,  i  n. 

Ragg,  Andrew,  i  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  ex,  5  n. 

Regin,  Tabitha,  i  ax,  i  dz. 

Rawley,  John,  2  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Riggin,  Edward,  I  ax,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  n. 

*  "Of  these  I  is  blind  and  i  love  free." 


NANTACOAKE  HUNDRED  95 

Rawley,  James,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Reed,  Joshua,  I  ax,  i  ex,  i  dx,  I  dz. 

Staintors,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  4  bx,  i  ex,  I  ez,  5  n. 

Stoaks,  Vollintin,  3  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Stinson,  Samuel,  3  az,  2  bx,  I  ex,  i  fz. 

Shaw,  James,  2  ax,  2  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  4  n. 

Sandars,  John,  i  ez,  4  n. 

Staton,  Jacob,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  2  n. 

Sweeting,  Richard,  i  dx. 

Sasorson,  Daniel,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  cz,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Sturd,  James,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Sward,  Peter,  I  ax,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Sturd,  James,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  n. 

Steele,  Henry,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz,  91  n. 

Sackel,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  dx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  I  n. 

Shanks,  Abner,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Sulivan,  Nicll.  2  ax,  2  bx,  I  ez. 

Sears,  Peter,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  4  n. 

Travers,  Hicks  John,  2  ax,  I  bx,  i  fx,  9  n. 

Tickel,  William,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  dz,  I  gx,  I  gz. 

Tickel  fletcher  David,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Tanar,  batson  Vinson,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  I  ex. 

Thompson,  Edwards,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  3  ez,  i  fx,  6  n. 

Travers,  Levin,  4  n. 

Tilghman,  Elijah  4  n. 

Tommas,  John,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Travers,  Matthew,  4  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Thompson,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  ex,  I  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  2  n. 

Thompson,  Nickels  John,  2  ax,  i  bx,  i  n. 

Talor  [Tabor?3|  James,  i  ez,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  n. 

Tommas,  Elesabeth,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Tommas,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Viekars,  Soloman,  3  dx,  i  ez,  i  hz. 

Vain,  Henry,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  I  gx. 

Vinson,  John,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Wallas,  John,  i  bz,  i  hx,  i  hz,  also  "white  woman  80/90." 

Wallas,  William,  3  az,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ez. 

Windon,  Charles,  3  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx,  i  hz. 

Woodards,  Benjamin,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Wheelar,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ez,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

William,  Levin,  4  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  ez,  I  fx. 

Willcox,  Michal,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fz. 


96         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Whalend,  Jan  [Jon?],  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  gz,  8  n. 

Wille,  Pritch,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  2  dz,  i  ex,  5  n. 

White,  John,  i  dx,  i  dz,  6  n. 

Winget,  Zebulon,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  hz,  3  n. 

Walter,  Daniel,  I  ax,  4  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  hz. 

White,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  dz,  I  gz,  12  n. 

Webster,  Catron,  i  ax,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ez. 

Williams,  Robert,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  i  fz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Williams,  Thomas,  i  dx. 

White,  Mary,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  gz,  5  n. 

White,  Thomas,  i  bz,  i  dx. 

White,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Wale,  John,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Winwright,  Evins,  i  ax,  3  az,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  hx  ("White  man  70/80"). 

Heads  of  Families  [Summary] :     * 

246  ax,  242  az,  131  bx,  113  bz,  48  ex,  86  ez,  87  dx,  102  dz,  68  ex,  98  ez, 
39  fx,  41  fz,  18  gx,  25  gz,  13  hx,  9  hz,  638  n.  Also  enumerated:  From  70 
to  80  6  white  men  i  white  woman.  From  80  to  90  2  white  men  and  3 
blacks.     One  black  man  II o/i  1 5. 

Dorchester  County  S".  Sep'^  16"',  1776,  Personally  appeared  Peter 
Sears  before  the  Committee  of  Observation  for  the  County  aforesaid  & 
made  Oath  on  the  Holy  Evangels  of  Almighty  God  that  the  aforegoing  is 
a  true  &  perfect  List  to  the  best  of  his  Knowledge  of  the  Number  of  the 
Inhabitants  of  Nantacoake  Hundred  in  the  County  and  so  fair  forth  as 
was  in  his  power  to  obtain. 

Signed  P  order  of  the  afs''.  Committee. 
Jn".  C.  Harrison  Clk. 


STBIAIGHT'S   HUNDRED  97 

Dorchester  County,  Straight's  Hundred,  Census  of 

1776. 

"A  List  of  the  inhabitants  in  Straights  Hundred  in  Dorchester  County 
in  the  year  one  Thousand  Seven  Hundred  and  Seventy  Six" — 1324 
Persons. 

This  Census  is  written  upon  a  continuous  sheet  5  feet  long  by  13V2  inches 
wide.  The  numbers  of  blacks  are  given  in  each  division  but  are  here 
omitted. 

"a"  means  "  10  years  of  age  and  under";  "b"  means  "From  10  to  16"; 
"c"  means  "From  16  to  21 ";  "d"  means  "From  21  to  30";  "e"  means 
"From  30  to  40";  "f"  means  "From  40  to  50";  "g"  means  "From  50 
years  of  age  and  upwards  " ;  "  x  "  means  ' '  White  Boys' '  or  "  White  Men ' ' ; 
"z"  means  "White  Girls"  or  "White  Women;"  "n"  means  "Blacks;" 
I  ax  means  i  white  boy  10  years  or  under,  etc. 

Heads  of  Families: 

Mookin,  Mark,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez. 
Mookin,  Mary,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ez. 
Johnson,  Ezekie,  2  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx. 
Johnson,  William,  3  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 
Wells,  John,  l  dz,  i  fx. 
Tigner,  William,  i  ex. 

Griffith,  Lewes,  I  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  2  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 
Foxwell,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 
Hart,  Levin,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz. 
Woodling,  John,  3  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 
Holmes,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  dx,  i  ez. 
Woodling  [}~\  Richard,  2  ax,  2  az,  3  bz,  I  ex,  I  ez. 
Coward,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  I  fx. 
Pearson,  Edward,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 
Tyler,  David,  3  ax,  I  bz,  I  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 
Johnson,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 
Foxwell,  Rachel,  I  bz,  I  ex,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 
Foxwell,  Eliz*.  i  gx,  i  gz. 
Hughs,  James,  i  ax,  2  az,  l  dx,  i  ez. 
Tyler,  John,  i  bx,  3  bz,  l  dz,  i  gx. 
Carman,  John,  i  bz,  I  dz,  i  gx. 
Graham,  Charles,  I  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 
M.  Nemara,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  I  cz,  i  dx,  i  gx. 
Barkley,  James,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz. 
8 


i         MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Merideth,  William,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Merideth,  John,  2  ax,  1  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Merideth,  Rebecca,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Stariing,  Elijah,  i  ax,  I  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Wootten,  Thomas,  l  dx,  i  ex,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Wootten,  Hager,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Adames,  Salathal,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Wootten,  Prissilla,  i  bz,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Stariing,  Henry,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  gx. 

Woodling,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  gx. 

Todd,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Woodling,  Solomon,  3  ax,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Misler,  Abraham,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Parks,  John,  3  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  2  cz,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Adames,  Thomas,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Whitley,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  fx. 

Wootten,  Thos.  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Wootten,  Priss,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Adames,  Thos.  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Parks,  John,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Shorter,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Mesick,  John,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Lake,  Henry,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Whitley,  Bridget,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  dz,  i  ex,  4  ez,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Paul,  Jacob,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Adames,  Peter,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Insley,  Bettey,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  gz. 

Paul,  Mary,  gz. 

Simpson,  Peter,  i  gx. 

Wootton,  Prissillah,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Wootton,  Mary,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Ross,  Robert,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  gz. 

Ross,  Thomas,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Wingate,  Angelo,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Andrews,  Joseph,  5  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Shors,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  dz. 

Wildey,  MoUey,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Todd,  Benjamin,  2  ax,  i  bx,  2  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  I  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz,  i  gz. 

Todd,  David,  i  fx,  I  gz. 

Drane,  Sarah,  i  fz,  i  gz. 

Sanders,  Levin,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  I  fx,  i  gz. 

Insley,  Vallintine,  2  ax,  2  az,  3  bx,  i  ex,  i  fz,  i  gx. 


STR.\IGHT'S   HUNDRED  99 

Todd,  Michael,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  fx. 

Scott,  Robert,  I  ax,  i  bx,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Wingate,  Molley,  i  ax,  i  bz,  2  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Wingate,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  l  ex,  l  ez. 

Wingate,  William,  2  bz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Wingate,  Robert,  i  az,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

McNamara,  Timothey,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Lewas,  Shadrick,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Insley,  Jacob,  i  ax,  4  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  l  gx. 

Tobb,  Job,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Todd,  Jonathan,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  gz. 

Moore,  Thomas,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  gz. 

Robinson,  John,  i  ax,  i  ex. 

Robinson,  Andrew,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  2  dx,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Robinson,  Lake,  i  ax,  4  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Cannon,  Bettey,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Johnson,  Levi,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Cannon,  Susannah,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Robinson,  Molley,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

Jones,  Jacob,  4  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

McNamara,  Levin,  2  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Bramble,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Bramble,  Lewis,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  dx,  i  ex,  I  gx,  i  gz. 

Johnson,  Henry,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ez,  i  fz,  I  gx. 

Cannon,  James,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  I  ex, 

Cannon,  William,  i  az,  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  dz. 

Cannon,  Elizabeth,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  cz,  4  dz,  i 

Tyler,  John,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Todd,  Jobe,  i  ax,  2  bz,  l  dx,  l  ez,  I  fx. 

Pritchett,  Zebulon,  2  ax,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Rumble,  John,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Follen,  Daniel,  i  ax,  5  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Pritchett,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  dz,  i  ex. 

Pritchett,  Jabis,  i  cz,  i  ex. 

Horner,  Moses,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  I  dx,  i  dz,  I  fz,  i  gx. 

Cope,  Sarah,  4  ax,  2  az,  6  bx,  2  bz,  3  ez,  3  dx,  4  dz,  2  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz,  2  gx, 

2  gz. 
Whaland,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fz,  i  gx. 
Hopkins,  William,  i  ez,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 
Rumble,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  fx. 
Willen,  Levi,  I  ax,  3  az,  I  dx,  2  dz. 
Johnson,  Henry,  I  az,  i  dx,  I  dz. 


I 

ez, 

I  gz. 

I 

gx, 

I  gz, 

ex,  I 

gz- 

100       MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Murphey,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Bloodsworth,  Robert,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  ex. 

Pritchett,  Arthur,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  gz. 

Willson,  Jobe,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Follen,  Barnebay,  I  ax,  2  dx,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

McNemara,  John,  2  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Insley,  Bettey,  5  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Deane,  James,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  ex. 

Deane,  Henry,  i  az,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  fx. 

Hart,  Naboth,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fz,  i  gz. 

Insley,  Gabril,  I  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx. 

Insley,  Jos.  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex. 

Foxwell,  Levi,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Street,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  I  dz. 

Foxwell,  Roger,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Hart,  Henry,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex,  I  ez,  i  ez. 

Insley,  Andrew,  i  bx,  i  dx,  I  dz,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Andrews,  Isaac,  I  az,  3  bz,  2  ex,  i  fx. 

Andrews,  Keziah,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  I  dx. 

Willey,  Nelley,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ez. 

Willey,  Jeane,  2  ax,  4  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Farguson,  Bettey,  I  az,  i  dz. 

Andrews,  Nathal,  i  bx,  3  ez,  i  fx,  I  gx. 

Willey,  Indey,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Andrews,  Rubin,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  dx. 

Willey,  William,  3  ax,  2  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  gz. 

Insley,  Elizabeth,  i  ez. 

Phillips,  Rachel,  2  az,  i  ez. 

Moore,  Susannah,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  bz,  I  ez,  i  gx. 

Smith,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  I  ez. 

Smith,  Arthur,  i  ax,  i  bx,  I  gx,  i  gz. 

Mookins,  Ezekiel,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Hart,  Arthur,  i  ax,  i  bz,  2  dx,  i  dz. 

Moors,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Smith,  William,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex. 

Willey,  Ezekiel,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Sharom  [_?2*  George,  I  fx,  i  fz,  I  gx,  i  gz. 

Deane,  Richard,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  l  ez. 

Sharom  [?],*  Job,  2  ax,  I  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Phillips,  Jeane,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  I  ez. 

Gootee,  John,  3  bz,  i  ex,  l  dx,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

*  Sharom,  Racom,  Slacom  [?] — indistinct. 


STRAIGHT'S  HUNDRED  i 

Denike,  Samuel,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Gootee,  Andrew,  4  ax,  I  bx,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Cole,  Rachel,  i  az,  l  dz,  2  ex. 

Booze,  George,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  gz. 

Bramble,  Adam,  i  cz. 

Booz  George,  i  gx. 

McGraw,  John,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Cole,  Diannah,  2  ax,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  gz. 

Paul,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Wootten,  John,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Whitley,  David,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Bramble,  Bettey,  i  az,  i  bz. 

Buley,  Stephen  [no  enumeration]. 

Edger,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  dx,  i  ez. 

Edger,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Insley,  Solomon,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Greenlief,  James,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Edger,  James,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Edger,  William,  I  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  I  dz,  i  ex. 

Edger,  Mary,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ez,  I  fx,  I  gz. 

Bramble,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Deane,  Bettey,  I  az,  I  bx,  I  gz. 

Booz,  James,  i  ex,  I  cz,  i  dx. 

Farguson,  Molley,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dz. 

Deane,  Uriah,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  gz.     [No  male  enumerated]. 

Reed  or  Rood  [?],  William,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Wingate,  John,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Wingate,  James,  I  ax,  4  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Todd,  Jabis,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Wingate,  John,  i  bx. 

Carwan,  Thomas,  [No  enumeration]. 

Barns,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  az,  bx. 

Davis,  James,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fx. 

Woodling,  Richard,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Paul,  Lewis  G.  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Tyler,  John,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  dz,  I  ex,  I  ez. 

Hall,  Joseph,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  I  ez. 

Wallace,  Richard,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Wootten,  Aquiloe,  I  ax,  2  az,  i  dz. 

Wallace,  Rhode,  i  dz,  i  gz. 

Hayard,  Allen,  3  ax,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Clarkinson,  Joseph,  2  ax,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  I  ex,  I  ez,  i  gx. 

Booth, hn,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  gx. 


102        MARYLAND    RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

701  ax,  102  az,  83  bx,  82  bz,  46  ex,  62  cz,  80  dx,  92  dz,  e ,  29  fx,  26  fz, 

46  gx,  44  gz.     No  Whites  1099,  No  Blacks  225,  No  the  Hole  1324. 

Dorchester  County  SS.  September  16,  1776  personalley  Appeared 
Charles  Sapleport  (?)  before  the  Committee  of  Observation  for  the 
County  afs<*.  and  Made  Oath  on  the  Holey  Evangeles  of  Almighty  god 
that  the  aforegoing  is  a  True  and  perfect  List  to  the  best  of  his  Knowledge 
of  the  Number  of  the  inhabitants  of  Straights  Hundred  in  the  County 

afs"*.  so  far as  was  in  his  power  to  Obtain. 

Signed  per  order  of  the  afs'^.  Committee 
John  C.  Harrison  Clk. 


Dorchester  County,  Transquakin  Hundred,  Census 

of  I  776 

"List  of  Inhabitants  in  Transquakin  Hundred,  Dorchester  County, 
Anno  1776.     No.  2897" — 315  "Heads  of  Families."  * 

"a"  means  10  years  of  age  and  under;  "b"  means  10  to  16;  "c" 
means  16  to  21;  "d"  means  21  to  30;  " e "  means  30  to  40 ;  "f"  means  40 
to  50;  "g"  means  50  and  upwards;  "x"  means  males;  "z"  means 
females;   "n"  means  "blacks." 

Heads  of  Families: 

Hooper,  Henry,  2  d.  1  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz;   22  n. 

Bromajim,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   5  n. 

Hooper,  Henry,  Genrl.  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  2  ez,  i  gx,  i  gz;   59  n. 

Pitt,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx;    11  n. 

Burk,  Mary,  i  ez,  i  gz. 

Lamb,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  ex;    in. 

Mills,  James,  2  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx;   2  n. 

Wheelar,  Mary,  3  cix,  i  az,  i  ez. 

Smith,  Nicolas,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Sewel,  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  I  cz,  i  dz,  i  gx. 

Delihay,  James,  i  ax,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx;    i  n. 

Davidson,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  fx,  i  fz;   5  n. 

Turner,  Ann,  i  az,  i  fz. 

Price,  William,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  gx;   4  n. 

Harvey,  David,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Dorley,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

•This  record  is  well  preserved  and  consists  of  4  sheets,  each  l6'/8  X  13  inches,  fastened  to- 
gether end  to  end,  written  upon  both  sides. 


TRANSQUAKIN   HUNDRED  103 

Royley,  Water,  2  ax,  I  az,  2  bx,  i  dx,  2  dz;   4  n. 

Chaice,  Frederick,  i  ex;   17  n. 

Webb,  Augustus,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Ennalls,  Barthow,  Senr.  i  dx. 

Moses  [or  Noble?],  William,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  dx  [This  line  is  much  worn]. 

Windows,  Thomas,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Tootle,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   4  n. 

Hayward,  Addling,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Giffin,  James,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  cz,  I  dx,  i  ez,  2  fx;   4  n. 

Hayward,  Francis,  I  az,  i  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  I  gx;   10  n. 

Whittington,  Stephen,  2  ax,  I  az,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  fx;   5  n. 

Hodson,  Ann,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  i  dx,  i  fz;    14  n. 

Ennalls,  Thomas,  3d,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz;   8  n. 

Dent,  George,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Ennalls,  William,  i  cz,  i  ex;   22  n. 

Ennalls,  Coll,  Barthow,  I  bz,  i  cz,  i  gx;   27  n. 

Ennalls,  Henry,  i  ex;    17  n. 

Rue,  Jessey,  2  ax,  i  az,  3  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  fz. 

Morain,  Moses,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Callender,  Robert,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

West,  Mary,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez. 

Stewart,  James,  i  az,  i  dx,  I  dz. 

Grififin  Joseph  [Black],  9  n. 

Vinson,  Stephen,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Ennalls,  Joseph  Magr.  5  ax,  2  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  18. 

Paul,  Daniell,  2  az,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Knott,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Sheppard,  John,  i  az,  I  gx. 

Ward,  Lousey,  2  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  fz. 

Badley,  William,  i  ax,  3  az,  I  bx,  i  ex,  2  cz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Pike,  Lewis,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  I  fx. 

Cook,  Zeabulon,  2  ax,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Cook,  Mary,  i  gz. 

Clark,  Robert,  i  az,  i  ez,  i  dx. 

Killender,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Phillips,  William,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz. 

Sherman,  Benjamin,  4  ax,  2  bx,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Paul,  Edward,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  2  cz,  I  dz,  i  fx,  I  fz, 

Webb,  John,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  I  ez. 

Barnes,  Sarah,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz. 

Hayward,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Rogers,  Thomas,  2  bx,  I  fz,  i  gx. 


104       MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER  COUNTY 

Nuton,  Richard,  2  ax,  5  az,  2  bx,  i  dx,  i  ex,  i  ez;  5  n. 

Hevens,  Luke,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz;    i  n. 

Hevens,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Sweatten,  Siney,  i  az,  i  cz;   in. 

Morris,  Edward,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  bx,  I  cz,  I  ex,  I  ez. 

Plug,  Rose  [Black]  i  fz,  i  n. 

M.  CalHster,  Jeremiah,  2  ax,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Littleton,  Southy,  i  ax,  3  az,  4  bz,  2  ex,  i  fz,  I  gx;    in. 

Littleton,  Mark,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Littleton,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Sulivane,  Daniel,  Magr.  i  ex,  i  gx,  i  gz;   11  n. 

Sulivane,  Daniel,  Junr.  2  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  I  ez;    12  n. 

M.  Callister,  Athilda,  2  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

M.  Callister,  Ezekiel,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Badley,  William,  i  bz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Badley,  Nathan,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Woodards,  Elizabeth,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Granger,  William,  4  ax,  i  bx,  2  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz;   i  n. 

Russum,  Luke,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Scott,  John,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Higens,  Diana,  i  ax,  i  dx,  I  gz. 

Wayford,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Granger,  Edward,  I  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Cook,  Eliner,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  ez. 

West,  Solomon,  4  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ex,  I  ez. 

Hicks  Denward,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  cz,  I  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx;   27  n. 

Scott,  Mary,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dz,  I  ez,  i  gz. 

Brinsfield,  James,  3  az,  2  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  I  fx,  i  fz;   6  n. 

Handley,  Leavin,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Anderton,  John,  i  az,  i  fx;   16  n. 

Glanding,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Sulivane,  James,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  dz,  2  ex,  I,  ez;   21  n. 

Southerlin,  James,  Doctr.  2  dx;    I  n. 

Smith,  Francis,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  dz,  i  ez. 

Scott,  John,  I  ax,  2  az,  2  dz,  i  ex,  I  ez;   10  n. 

Morain,  Mary,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  I  fz;    i  n. 

Stevens,  John,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  3  dz,  I  ex;   3  n. 

Shaw,  Nancy,  i  ax,  i  bz. 

Robinson,  George,  i  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx;    i  n. 

Adams,  Mary,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  gz. 

Marshall,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz;   13  n. 

Roylins,  Hodson,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  I  dz. 


TRANSQUAKIN   HUNDRED  105 

Norman,  Ester,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  fz. 

Davis,  Margrit,  3  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  I  fz. 

Adams,  Bettey,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  fz. 

Saunders,  William,  2  ax,  I  az,  I  bx,  2  dz,  i  fx;   6  n. 

Rollisten,  Richard,  2  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Bramble,  Aron,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Bramble,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  dx. 

Wright,  Sarah,  2  bx,  I  ez,  i  gz. 

Hardin,  Mary,  2  ax,  i  dz. 

Whitehits,  Ezekiel,  I  dx;  3  n. 

Billings,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  dx,  i  fz. 

Williams,  Elizabeth,  i  ax,  i  bx,  I  dz,  i  gz. 

White,  John,  i  ez,  i  dx;  3  n. 

White,  Thomas,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex;   6  n. 

Thompson,  John,  3  ax,  l  fx,  i  fz. 

Hubbart,  John,  i  az,  i  bz,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  ez. 

Hooper,  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ez,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Wheelar,  Solomon,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Layton,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  gz. 

Williams,  Phillip,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Boudle,  John,  l  bz,  i  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz;   6  n. 

Boudle,  Henry,  2  ax;   2  n. 

Seotter,  Edward,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  fx,  I  fz. 

Leeompt,  William,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez,  I  gx;   19  n. 

Ennalls,  • ,  i  bz,  i  ez;   16  n. 

Owens,  Owen,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Leeompt,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Cavender,  David,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  fz,  I  gz. 

Dawson,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  dx,  2  fz,  i  gx. 

Cavender,  Thomas,  I  ax,  I  ez,  i  dx. 

Hooper,  Henry,  3  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Wheelar,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Rose,  Samuel,  2  bx,  i  ez,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Nuton,  Nimrod,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz. 

Nuton,  Willis,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez;  5  n. 

Hicks,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  2  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Wright,  Henry,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex;   3  n. 

Ferguson,  Collen,  i  dx. 

Molix,  Jimmimey  [Blaek^,  5  n. 

Hooper,  Roger  A.  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  2  ex,  i  ez,  i  gz;    12  n. 

Linningham,  Peatrick,  i  az,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Cummins,  James,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  2  ez,  I  ex,  i  ez. 


io6       MARYLAND   RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Brodess,  Thomas,  2  az,  i  dx,  3  dz;   10  n. 

Harrison,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  ez;   in. 

Ward,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Langfit,  Francis,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Heron,  EHzabeth,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  2  ez,  i  dx,  i  ex,  2  gz;   8  n. 

Jones,  Mary,  3  ax,  2  az,  I  bz,  i  ez,  i  gz. 

McDaniel,  Leavin,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Jones,  Morgan,  4  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz,  I  gx;   i  n. 

Bird,  Magor,  2  ax,  3  az,  I  bz,  i  ex,  I  dx,  i  dz;   10  n. 

Leeompt,  John,  3  ax,  3  bx,  I  bz,  I  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz;   17  n. 

M%enry,  Alexandr,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Godding,  Elizabeth,  2  az,  2  dx. 

Kees,  Francis,  I  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez. 

Tripe,  WilHam,  2  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex;   8  n. 

Darbey,  John,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  fx,  I  fz;   12  n. 

Dodson,  George,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  ex,  i  dx,  I  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   2  n. 

McDaniel,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Hodson,  Hoopes,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  dz,  I  fx;   6  n. 

Manning,  Anthony,  2  ax,  i  cz,  i  ex;    12  n. 

Coopper,  John,  2  ax,  i  ex,  i  ez;   5  n. 

Noble,  Mark,  2  ax,  5  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  ez. 

Hodson,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  gx;   28  n. 

Hodson,  Henry,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx;   8  n. 

Cocklin,  Thomas,  i  az,  i  gx,  I  gz. 

Smith,  Edward,  i  ax,  i  dx,  I  dz;   6  n. 

Handley,  Handy,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez;    i  n. 

Brown,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Alexandr,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gx. 

Monrow,  Elizabeth,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ez. 

Warron,  Beazil,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  gx. 

Hubbart,  Bettey,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  fz. 

Leeompt,  Leavin,  6  ax,  i  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Ross,  James,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  I  ex,  i  fz;    I  n. 

Owens,  John,  I  ex,  i  ez,  i  dx;   5  n. 

Jackson,  Robert,  2  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Leeompt,  William,  [Black]  3  n. 

Adam,  "free,  negro"  2  n. 

Cook,  John,  3  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Leeompt,  Charles,  l  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fz;   5  n. 

Phillips,  Pegey,  I  az,  i  ex,  I  dx,  i  ez. 

Leeompt,  James,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Oggan,  Peggey,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  I  ez. 


TRANSQUAKIN   HUNDRED  107 

Basset,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  cz;   2  n. 

Sulivane,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Covey,  John,  i  ax,  2  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz. 

Long,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ez,  i  gx,  i  gz;    i  n. 

Green,  Ralph,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex;    13  n. 

Brown,  Elijah,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez. 

Smith,  Francis,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  ex,  I  dx,  i  ez. 

Bruffit,  Garner,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz;    in. 

Traverse,  Leavin,  3  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx;    15  n. 

Claridge,  Elizabeth,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  fz. 

Goldsborough,  Robert,  Esqr. ;   15  n. 

Moore,  Christopher,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

McClemmey,  Samuel,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  ex. 

Hooper,  John,  i  ex,  2  dx. 

Vinson,  Nehemiah,  I  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  2  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Ward,  Summars,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  fx;   3  n. 

Hamiltown,  John,  2  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fz;   3  n. 

Greenwood,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  tx;  2  n. 

Dickinson,  Col.  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  3  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fx,  i  fz;   40  n. 

Parker,  Daniel,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez;   8  n. 

Brodess,  Edward,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  dx,  2  dz;   4  n. 

Formar,  William,  2  bz,  i  fx,  i  gz. 

Notherwood,  Joseph,  i  ex,  i  ez;   7  n. 

Brodess,  Tabitha,  i  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz,  i  gz;   4  n. 

Ennalls,  Coll,  John,  I  ex;  38  n. 

Har\ey,  Salathal,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  ez,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Burge,  Ailse,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  ez. 

Eccleston,  Capt.  Hugh,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  fx,  i  fz;   2>2  n. 

Cullins,  Isaac,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Denney,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Summars,  Parks,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Beotpich,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   2  n. 

Becks,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Evans,  Samuel,  i  ax,  2  az,  3  bx,  bz,  2  ez,  gx. 

Beotpitch,  Jonathan,  2  ax,  4  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz;   4  n. 

Bacon,  George,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Saunders,  William,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Foxwell,  Isaac,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  ez. 

Slight,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  dx, 

Lewis,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  fx. 

Goutee,  Jabus,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  dx,  2  ez. 

Smith,  Ann,  i  ex,  2  cz,  i  gz. 


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Lawson,  Samuel,  3  bx,  i  dx,  i  fx,  i  fz. 

Keene,  Mary,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  gz;   2  n. 

Copper,  Gustavus,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Partridge,  Isaac,  i  dz,  i  gx,  i  gz;    10  n. 

Driver,  Martin,  i  ax,  I  az,  I  bx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Pattison,  Atthow,  I  az,  2  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx;   5  n. 

Eccleston,  Thomas  F.  i  ex;   15  n. 

Harrison,  John,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  fz;    I  n. 

Hanford,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Laine,  William,  I  ax,  I  az,  I  bx,  i  dx,  i  dz,  I  fx,  i  fz;    i  n. 

Brierwood,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  dx,  i  fz,  i  gx;   5  n. 

Mills,  Right,  2  ax,  I  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ez;    i  n. 

Hooper,  William,  2  bx,  2  cz,  I  ex,  i  fz;   4  n. 

Tregor,  Nuton,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  bz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx;  4  n. 

Willis,  Leavin,  I  ax,  I  az,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  fx;  2  n. 

Woollen,  Leavin,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Mills,  Edward,  I  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx,  I  dz. 

Hill,  Solomon,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  I  dz;   in. 

Keene,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Whetaker,  John,  2  az,  2  cz,  I  dx;    i  n. 

Saunders,  Thomas,  I  az,  i  bz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Harrison,  Siller,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dz;   2  n. 

Byron,  Lamberth,  2  ax,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  ez;    in. 

Ennalls,  EHzabeth,  10  n. 

Beckwith,  Emanuel,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Gossage,  Daniel,  3  ax,  i  ex,  i  fz. 

Norman,  Thomas,  2  az,  i  cz,  l  dx,  i  dz;   in. 

Arnett,  Ann,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  fz. 

Amett,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Martin,  Thomas,  7  n. 

Porter,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Muse,  Magr.  Thomas,  ion. 

Cheshire,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  dx,  i  dz,  i  ez;  3  n. 

Partridge,  Jonathan,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  cz,  i  fx,  i  fz;   8  n. 

Porter,  Arthur,  i  bx,  I  dx,  i  fz,  l  gx;  2  n. 

Reed,  Rosanna,  2  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  gz. 

Stewart,  Henry,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  I  fx;   5  n. 

Manning,  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  I  fz;   18  n. 

Grifhn,  William,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex;   I  n. 

Woolford,  Roger,  i  dx,  I  gx,  2  gz;   15  n. 

Saunders,  Henry,  3  ax,  4  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  I  cz,  i  dx,  I  dz,  i  ez,  i  gx;  3  n. 

Parmer,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  dz,  i  ez,  i  gx,  i  gz;  9  n. 


TRANSQUAKIN   HUNDRED  109 

Ennalls,  Thomas,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz,  i  gz;  27  n. 

Wheelar,  Charles,  I  az,  i  cz,  I  fx. 

Button,  William,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dz,  I  ex,  i  ez;   8  n. 

Stewart,  John  T.  3  ax,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex;   10  n. 

Stewart,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  ez,  I  fx;   2  n. 

Cheshire,  John,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  bz,  i  ez,  i  ex,  I  fz;   3  n. 

Manidier,  Mary,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  fz;    15  n. 

Murray,  Doetr.  James,  5  n. 

Pennington,  Segar,  7  n. 

Dafhn,  Capt.  Joseph,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  ex;   20  n. 

Blueh,  William,  I  bx,  I  ez,  i  fx. 

Muir,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  I  dz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   2  n. 

Hale,  Jene,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez,  l  fx;   2  n. 

Hughs,  Revd.  Phillemon,  2  bz,  I  ez,  i  fx,  i  gx,  I  gz;  4  n. 

Slee,  Joseph,  i  dx;   in. 

Norris,  Moliein,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Cox,  Nathaniel,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  gx,  i  gz. 

Haile,  Elizabeth,  2  ax,  i  bz,  I  dz,  i  fz;   8  n. 

Ennalls,  Andrew  S.  i  ex,  i  ex,  i  ez;  6  n. 

Ennalls,  Joseph,  i  dz,  i  ex,  i  fx,  i  gz;  29  n. 

Mulania,  James,  3  az,  I  ex,  i  dz,  i  ex. 

Colson,  John,  i  ax,  i  bz,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Airey,  Thomas  H.  [H*?]  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz;   28  n. 

Seott,  Charles,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  fx;  6  n. 

Dawson,  Joseph,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Dawson,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  3  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  fz. 

Kees,  James,  4  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  ez,  i  fx. 

Kees,  John,  3  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   i  n. 

Vincent,  William,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Muse,  Magr.  Thomas,  12  n. 

Dawson,  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz,  i  gx. 

Wheelar,  William,  2  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

McCollister,  Nathan,  i  az,  I  dx,  i  dz. 

Hayward,  Leavin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fz. 

Cornish,  John,  2  n. 

Connerway,  Dennis,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  I  fx;    i  n. 

Dingle,  John,  3  ax,  i  dz,  i  ex;    in. 

Hanford,  Thomas,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Stephens,  Edward,  3  ax,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz,  i  fx,  i  fz;   9  n. 

West,  Loten,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Nixon,  John,  i  ex,  i  ex. 

Blair,  John,  i  dx. 

Evans,  Mary,  i  ez. 


no       MARYLAND    RECORDS— DORCHESTER   COUNTY 

Totals,  2897:  313  ax,  281  az,  162  bx,  118  bz,  78  ex,  100  cz,  133  dx,  130 
dz,  92  ex,  102  ez,  59  fx,  69  fz,  42  gx,  35  gz;    11 75  n. 

Dorchester  County  Ss.  Sept'.  9"",  1776.  Personally  Appeared  Samuel 
Hooper,  before  the  Committee  of  Observation  for  the  County  afore  said, 
&  made  Oath  on  the  Holy  Evangels  of  Almighty  God  that  the  aforegoing 
is  a  true  &  perfect  List,  to  the  best  of  his  Knowledge  of  the  Number  of  the 
Inhabitants  of  Transquakin  Hundred  in  the  County  afd,  so  far  forth,  as 
was  in  his  power  to  obtain. 

Signed  P  order  of  the  af*^.  Committee 

John  C.  Harrison  Clk. 


HARFORD  COUNTY 


Harford  County,  Broad  Creek  Hundred, 
Census  of  1776 

"A  list  of  the   Inhabitants  both  Whites  &  Blacks  in  Broad  Creek 
Hundred  1776."     "Total  342." 


A.  Ages 

Armond,  William 32 

Elizabeth 28 

Thomas 8 

Hanna 6 

William 4 

Isaac 2 

Total,  6;  taxable,  i. 

Anderson,  George 40 

Jane 49 

Mary 13 

Jenny 7 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 

Allison,  William  Lame i 


B. 

Bodkin,  Robert 40 

Margrett 36 

Rachell 16 

John 15 

William 14 

Thomas 12 

Robert ID 

Charles 9 

James 8 

Richard 6 

Margrett 6 

Molly 5 

Nancey 4 

Janey 2 

Sally I 

Total,  15;  taxable,  i. 
9  113 


Ages 

[i]  Brice,  James 25 

Alice 20 

Barnett i 

Owen  Corker 20 

Mary  Perry 20 

Son  Thos I 

Total,  6;  taxables,  2. 

Barclay,  John 30 

Elizabeth 20 

Negroes 

Dick 18 

Neale 14 

Jenny 60 

Total,  5;  taxables,  2. 

nington,  Henry 51 

— — ary 20 

niah  Benington 21 

7-^ 15 

riscilla 12 

-enry 10 


[T]om 6 

Kessia 4 

[N]ancey  McDaniel 4 

Mary  Hagerty 23 

Total,  10;  taxables,  2. 

Barnard,  Mark 30 

Jane 26 

James :   6 

Thomas 4 

Saml 2 

Mark V12 

Total,  6;  taxable,  i. 


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Ages 

Beard,  John 19 

Total,  l;  taxable,  i. 

C. 

Scurly 
Cuningham,  John,  Isaac  Thos. ...  28 
Total,  i;  taxable,  i. 

Crooks,  Henry 28 

Jane 23 

William 5 

Andrew 3 

Margrett V2 

Elizabeth  Kerby 26 

Total,  6;  taxable,  i. 

D. 

Daubt,  Roger 40 

Margrett 26 

Saml 4 

2 

Robert 6 

Total,  5;  taxable,  i. 

Dun a ,  William 28 

Wife 34[?] 

Thos I 

Total,  3;  taxable,  i. 

Downing,  — —  Francis 40 

Susanna 37 

William 23 

Rebecca 18 

John V2 

John 15 

Saml 13 

Molley 12 

Puck  [?] 10 

Frances 5 

Ruth 2 

Negroes 

York 40 

Oliver 30 


Ages 

Jack, Lome 30 

Abraham 20 

Hanna 23 

Lucy 16 

Ned 2 

Nell 4 

Total,  19;  taxables,  7. 

E. 

Ekin,  Sam' 48 

Nelly 36 

Jusch 13 

Jane,  Cud  [?J 30 

Delieca[?] V2 

Total,  5;  taxable,  I. 

[2]  _      _    F. 

Foster,  Phidelis 4- 

Keatty 3- 

Rebecca -5 

Betsey — 

Peggey 6 

John — 

FedeHous — 

Keatty • — • 

Total,  8;  taxable,  I. 

G. 

Gordon,  John 3- 

Rebecca 33 

Henry 13  [?] 

Mary 10  [?] 

John 8 

Sarah 4 

Rebecca 2 

Total,  7;  taxable,  i. 

Glen,  Mary 60  [?] 

Robert 18 

Joseph 16 

Total,  3;  taxables,  2. 

Guppey,  Henry 45 

Margrett 40 


BROAD   CREEK  HUNDRED 


115 


Ages 

John 12 

Jane 10 

Henry 7 

Mary 3 

Margrett V4 

Negroes 

Hana 20 

Ned V2 

Elizabeth  alone 21 

Total,  10;  taxables,  2. 

Gillisson,  John 40 

Jane 30 

Jane 16 

John 5 

Mary 3 

Noble 20/10  [?] 

Total,  6;  taxables,  — . 

Gordon,  James 31 

Jane 30 

John 10 

Agnis 6 

Margrett 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Mary V12 

Aurthur  Gilles 13 

Total,  8;  taxable,  i. 

H. 

Howlett,  Andrews 50 

Margrett 49 

Mary 19 

Elizabeth 17 

Ann 15 

John 10 

Ser'.  Philip 20 

Total,  7;   taxables,  2. 

Hood,  Andrew 40 

Margrett 38 

Jennett 8 


Ages 

Robert 4 

James 1V2 

Total,  5;  taxable,  i. 

Howlet,  James 22 

Margrett 18 

Total,  2;  taxable,  i. 

Hubard,  Ruth,  Mulato 54 

Belt 13 

Joe 10 

Hanna 6 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 

Henry,  Sam' 58 

Mary 55 

Robert 23 

EHzabeth 19 

John 15 

Isaac 13 

Total,  6;  taxables,  — . 

Hamilton,  Jonathan 35 

Betsey 30 

Polly 10 

Robin 8 

Peggy 6 

Alexander 4 

Sally 2 

Betsey 2 

John I 

Total,  9;  taxable,  i. 

[2]  J. 

Johnson,  Thomas,  Jr  £?"] 26 

Total,  I ;  taxable,  i. 

Jones,  Aqulia 27 

Total,  I ;  taxable,  — . 

James,  Jefferry,  Negroe 31 

Martha 20 

James 3 

Nancey V2 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 


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MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Johnson,  Thomas 50 

Mary 40 

James 15 

Isaac 13 

Thomas 10 

Mary 8 

EHzabeth 6 

Sarah 4 

Total,  8;  taxable,  i. 

K. 

Knight,  Hanna 36 

Sally 17 

Thomas 14 

Cassandra 12 

Aquillia — 

Michael 8 

James 6 

Abraham 2 

Total,  8. 

[3]  L. 

Litten,  John 58 

Mary 44 

Mary 13 

Hanah 10 

John  Lee Ii 

Total,  5;   taxable,  i. 

M. 

McNabb,  James 35 

Alice 30 

Jim 10 

Alice 8 

Keatty 6 

Elizabeth 4 

Rachell 2 

Total,  7;  taxable,  i. 

Mafiford,  James 4 

Morrison,  Ann 42 

Ann 10 

John 13 


Ages 

Mary 3 

Joseph  Morgar 19 

Total,  5;  taxable,  i. 

Mckisson  John 32 

Jane 30 

James 8 

• 6 

Aurthur 4 

Sally 14 

Total,  6;   taxable,  i. 

McClam,  James 45 

Mary 40 

Betsey 19 

Total,  4;   taxable,  i. 

McGeomery,  John 37 

McGomery,  Wm 37 

Rachell  Karr 18 

John V2 

Total,  4;  taxables,  2. 

P. 

Penix,  John 35 

Sarah 33 

Sarah  Poage 70 

Keatty 6 

Sarah 4 

James 3 

Susanna V2 

Total,  7;  taxable,  i. 

Pompey  Negro 

J.  Rigbies 40 

Total,  I ;  taxable,  i. 

Phill  Negro 35 

Total,  I ;  taxable,  i. 

Parks  James 63 

Jane 52 

Martha 15 

James 12 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 


BROAD   CREEK   HUNDRED 


117 


R.  Ages 

Rumage,  Davis 22 

Martha 18 

Total,  2;  taxable,  i. 

Rumage,  George 61 

Mary 45 

Geor 14 

Tom 15 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 

Robinson,  Walter 40 

Total,  i;  taxable,  i. 

Robinson,  William 35 

Mary 30 

Jane 6 

Mary 4 

James 2 

Total,  6;  taxable,  i. 

Reese,  William 59 

Ann 55 

Mary 30 

Nancey 19 

Hanna 17 

Nelly 16 

Margrett 14 

Alexander 12 

William 8 

Jese V2 

Total,  10;  taxable,  i. 

S. 

Sweeny,  David 28 

Mary 30 

Sarah 9V2 

Henrietta 8V2 

Richard 6 

Olive 2 

Ser't.  Mary 25 

Dinia V2 

Negro  Jeffery 30 

Total,  9;   taxables,  2. 


Ages 

Scharbraugh,  Euclid 62 

Mary 51 

Thos 20 

Rebecca 19 

Sally 16 

Sammy 14 

Hanna 15 

Jemmy 10 

Total,  8;  taxables,  2. 

Shores,  Richard 23 

Elizabeth 19 

Mary V2 

Total,  3;  taxable,  i. 

Sims,  Robert 45 

Alice 26 

Betsey 10 

Rol 8 

Jane 6 

Wm 4 

Margrett 3 

Frances V2 

Total,  8;  taxable,  i. 

Sims,  Realph 36 

Ann  Boyle 30 

Mary 6 

Ann 4 

Total,  4;  taxable,  i. 

Sims,  James 60 

Spain,  Beaver 72 

Elizabeth 45 

Nelly 19 

Hana 16 

William 13 

Jacob 10 

Total,  6;   taxables,  — . 

Samuel  Negro  Husband's 34 


ii8 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


T.  Ages 

Taylor  William 23 

Ruth 20 

Thomas,  John 30 

Mary 47 

Nancey 3  V2 

Rachell 1V2 

Martha 17 

13 

a — 

Total,  7;  taxable,  i. 

Thomas  Isaac 23 

Total,  i;  taxable,  i. 

Tarbert,  James 26 

Mary 20 

Janey i 

Total,  3;  taxables,  — . 

W. 

Wilson  John  Glade 57 

Jane 50 

Jane 17 

Betsey 14 

Robert 12 

John 21 

Total,  6;   taxables,  2. 

Winman  John 60 

Total,  i;   taxable,  I. 


Ages 

West,  John 39 

Susanna 34 

John 13 

James 11 

William 10 

Margrett 6 

Lidia 4 

Susanna V* 

Sarah 74 

Total,  9;  taxable,  i. 

Wilson  James,  Blind 50 

Isable 48 

Mulatoes 

George ..11 

Benjamin 9 

Wilson,  Archable 48 

Margrett 30 

Jane 6 

Mary 3 

Agnis 2 

Whyle,  Nath'l 40 

Kathrine 38 

John 18 

James 15 

PhiHp 13 

Mary 10 

Sarah 8 

Jane 4 

Total,  8;  taxables,  2. 


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Census  of  1776,  Deer  Creek  Lower  Hundred, 
Harford  County, 

"A  List  of  Persons  In  Deer  Creek  Lower  Hundred  Taken  In  By  W" 
Fisher  Jun'.  1776."  * 


A.  Ages 

Armstrong,  Robert 55 

Sarah 54 

David 21 

Mary 19 

Armstrong,  Robt.  Jun"^ 23 

Mary 19 

David 2 

Ammons,  Thomas 26 

Margaret 28 

Mary 3 

Ann I 

Arnold,  William 29 

Sarah 39 

Ephraim 5 

Sarah 3 

Elizabeth i  month 

B. 

Brown,  James 22 

Bruce,  John 53 

Ann 32 

Robert 10  months 

Morgan,  Hugh 1 1 

Sarah 9 

Echsah 7 


Ages 

Druzillah 5 

Rich,  John,  a  ser\^' 25 

Barns,  Job 52 

Mary 45 

Job 23 

Rachael 21 

Ezekiel 17 

Mary 14 

Hannah 1 1 

Ruth 6 

Sarah 3 

Negroes:  Charles,  46 — Dinah,  48. 

C. 

Camp,  George 45 

Cromwell,  Joseph 30 

Susannah 18 

Vinisha 54 

Negroes:    Sail,   38 — Lemas,    6 — 
James,  4 — Dinah,  2. 

Cook,  Robert 43 

Sarah 36 

Danl 53 

John 14 

Grace 11 

Cassandria 9 


*  A  pamphlet  of  23  written  pages  8V4  X  6  inches,  arranged  as  herein  reproduced,  excepting 
that  the  Negroes  are  given  in  close  form,  or  the  number  only  is  mentioned,  834  persons  are  given. 

The  "Harford  Lower  Hundred"  list  is  of  the  same  size  and  consists  of  16  pp. 

The  members  of  each  family  are  subordinated  to  the  head  of  that  family,  including  negroes. 
Lines  indicate  the  family  divisions  in  the  original. 

159 


1 60  MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

James 6 

Sarah 3 

Easter 72 

John  Bowdy 13 

CoUens,  Sarah* 39 

Mary  Tolston  * 21 

Sarah  Tolston  * i 

Casandria  Colston  * 11 

Cumberland  Forge: 

Negroes:  Dundee,  35 — Haniball, 
30 — Marcus,  32 — Jack,  38 — An- 
drew, 40 — Demitress,  36 — Cupit, 
40 — Black  John,  40 — Carpenter 
Tom,  37 — Barbadoes  Tom,  50 — 
Aaron  (Hired),  26 — Smith  Jam, 
35- 

Cotsgrave,  John 32 

W-^.  Watkins 3 

Coale,  Skipwith 38 

Sarah 3^ 

Margrett 60 

Margret i 

Wallis,  Samuel 1 1 

Negroes:  Sarah,  50 — Frank  (Crip- 
ple), 43— Sig,  39— Jack,  25— 
London,  21 — George,  20 — Ned, 
14 — Fan,  10 — Sesor,  8 — Bill,  8 — 
Hannah,  6 — Polley,  4 — Hector,  3. 

Coale,  William  Sen'' 66 

Sarah 61 

Sarah 30 

Ann 26 

Skipnith 22 

Negroes:  Mingo  (No  Tax)  66 — 
James,  30 — Sam,  19 — Bett,  25 — 
Jenn,  23 — Poll,  4 — Lucy,  2 — 
Nanney,  6  mo. — Dick,  12. 


Ages 

Coale,  Philip 40 

Ann 36 

Cassandria 9 

Frances 7 

Sarah 5 

Richard 3 

Ann I 

Sate,  Elizabeth 17 

Negroes:  James,  65 — Ned,  7. 

Crawford,  Mordecai 40 

Susannah 39 

James I7 

Hannah I5 

Mordecai 10 

J  no 5 

Ruth 3 

Negroes:  Jane,  27 — Cuff,  13 — 
Tom,  8— Ned,  6— Moses,  4. 

Chew,  Thomas 23 

Yates,  Sarah 49 

Susannah 25 

Sarah I9 

Negroes:  Holiday,  34— Judy,  30 
—Suck,  25— Rodger,  13— Han- 
nah, 7— Charles,  5— Polley,  3— 
Levy,  3 — George,  i. 

Coale,  WiUiam,  Junr 33 

Elizabeth 28 

Isaac 12 

Susannah 3  rno- 

Connaly,  Jane 17 

Webster,  James 15 

Lemmons,  Marshal 15 

Coale,  Samuel 23 

Negroes:   Daniel,  10 — Tom,  8. 

D. 

Dallam,  Winston 27 

Magrett 26 


■  Arrangement  and  spelling  identical  with  original. 


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Francis 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Coale,  William 21 

AWVIath,  Matthew 17 

Negroes:  Limas,  13 — Bett,  8. 

Dallam,  Richd 42 

Frances 65 

Negroes:    Doll,    48 — Ben,    30 — 
James,  19. 

Dallam,  John 32 

Samuel 5 

Frances 3 

Margret i 

Negroes:  Tom,  29 — Hannah,  7. 

E. 

Ely,  Thomas,  Junr 24 

Hannah 17 

Ely,  Hugh 22 

Sarah 18 

J  oseph 16 

Scott,  Sarah 7 

Ely,  Thomas,  Senr 61 

Malin 21 

William 18 

Ruth 27 

Rachael 25 

Chapman,  W" 4 

Ellis,  Ellis 36 

F. 

Fisher,  James 40 

Mary 36 

Elizabeth 15 

Thomas 13 

Isabella 10 

Sarah 8 

Mary 6 

WiUiam 3 

12 


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J  ames i 

Linch,  John 19 

West,  Thomas 18 

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Cigas,  V4. 

Fisher,  W".  Senr 66 

Sarah 61 

John II 

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Jack,  36 — Beck,  34 — Richard,  13 
— George,  11 — Pegg,  6 — Benn,  3 
—Poll,  V2. 

G. 

Griffith,  Evan 33 

Gallion,  Joseph 44 

Sarah 45 

John 19 

Gregory 22 

William 16 

Alex"' 13 

James 10 

Elizb''' 7 

Jo^ 5 

Gover,  Elizabeth 50 

Cassandria 33 

Prissilla 28 

Gittings  (no  Tax) 17 

Negroes:  Limas,  50 — Dinah,  50 — 
Nann,  36 — ^James,  35 — Tower,  33 
— Dinah,  26 — Sail,  14 — Dampier, 
12 — Violett,  10 — Cesar,  8 — Sarah, 
6 — Cloe,  4 — Prince,  3 — Affa,  2. 

Gover,  Samuel 21 

Negro  Toney 20 

H. 

Hawkins,  Rich"* 27 

Lurana 29 

J  ohn 2 

Negro  Easter 12 


1 62 


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Ages 
...27 


Hall,  Christopher 

Heaton,  John 33 

Rebecca 33 

Margrett 11 

Sarah 9 

Tho= 7 

Jn" 4 

J  ames i 

Husbands,  W" 48 

EHzab"' 46 

Ja= 13 

Meleson 12 

Mary 7 

Hannah 5 

Susannah 2 

W- 6Weeks 

Hill,  W- 56 

Shem 15 

Hill,  James 45 

Sarah 27 

Mary 6 

Martha 4 

J  ames 2 

Harris,  Margrett 41 

Ann 21 

Elizb"' 15 

George 10 

W- 9 

Benjamin 7 

Sarah 5 

Tho" 9  mo. 

Negroes:  Phanney,  35 — Tower, 
29 — Dinah,  16 — Tumbah,  14 — 
Venus,  7 — Meriah,  7 — Lydia,  4 — ■ 
Mary,  4  mo. 

Hendley,  Joseph 70 

Hopkins,  Jo'.  Sen' 70 


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Ann 65 

Jo=.  Jun' 34 

Elizb"" 34 

Ann 7 

John 5 

Joseph 4 

Elizabeth 1V2 

Negroes:  Sharper,  50 — Duke,  40 
— Pollidore,  30 — Sower,  21 — 
Nanney,  35 — Hannah  (no  Tax) 
60 — Will,  14 — Cesar,  13 — Hagah, 
25 — Cumbo,  15 — Dafney,  5 — 
George,  4 — David,  7 — Dinah,  3 — 
Nanny,  6  mo. — Charles,  9. 

Hawkins,  John 60 

Samuel 22 

Johns,  Hosea 7 

Tribble,  John 79 

Negroes:  James,  60 — Cuff,  55 — 
Moll,  50 — ^Jane,  13 — Hager,  11 — 
Jerry,  9 — Sail,  7 — Pompey,  5. 

Hawkins,  Thomas 31 

Sarah 29 

Hargrove,  Ruth 53 

Absalom 11 

Richard 6 

Lydia 3 

Elizabeth i 

Davis,  Rachael 23 

Hopkins,  Sam' 30 

Mary 30 

Elizabeth 6 

Ephr".  Gover  Hopkins 5 

Phillip 3 

Samuel i 

Negroes:  Easter,  12 — Daniel,  il 
— Cato,  8. 

Husbands,*  Elizabeth 31 

Rachael II 


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DEER  CREEK  LOWER  HUNDRED 


163 


Ages 

Mary 9 

Susannah 7 

Elizabeth 4 

Ensinger,   Susannah   Maria,   a 

servant 23 

Negroes:  Bob,  15 — Ben,  12 — 
Sam,  9 — Ned,  5 — George,  2. 

Hopkins,  William 58 

Rachael 56 

Susannah 27 

William,  Jun'' 25 

John 23 

Leven 21 

Hannah 18 

Charles 15 

Samuel 12 

Thompson,  Andrew 18 

Negroes:  Ned,  70 — Pompey,  45 
— Neptune,  42 — Jack,  39 — Nan- 
riey,  35 — James,  32 — Will,  29 — 
Hannah,  24 — Pegg,  21 — Tom,  20 
— Isaac,  18 — Jacob,  13 — Nell,  11 
— George,  5 — Abraham,  i — Suck, 
15- 

Hopkins,  Gerrard 33 

Sarah 29 

Wallis,  John  Hopkins 8  mo. 

Negroes:  Benn,  36 — ^Jane,  24 — 
Sail,  13 — Will,  7 — Susan,  i. 

Harris,  Daniel 31 

J. 

Johns,  Skipwith 28 

Hannah 23 

M<^Clure,  Ann  (Hired  Girl) 26 

Negroes:  Jacob,  22 — Peter,  29 — 
Jupiter,  29 — Duke  (Cripple),  29 
— Panoway,  12 — Policy,  10 — 
Dinah,  8. 

JoUey,  John 42 


Ages 

Elizabeth 38 

Edward 17 

Sarah 15 

Ann 13 

Cassandria 11 

W- 8 

J  ohn 6 

Elizabeth 2  V2 

Smith,  John  (appren) 16 

Chew,  Richard  (do) 20 

Conry,  Margaret  (Serv^t.) 17 

Negroes:  Dampier,  50 — Daniel, 
23 — ^Judy,  40 — Suck,  28 — Will, 
12 — ^Joseph,  10 — Linty,  5 — Han- 
nah, 3 — ^Jane,  V2- 

James,  Robert 35 

Sarah 26 

John 9 

Thomas 7 

W- 5 

Robert 3 

Mary 4  mo. 

Jay,  Stephen 43 

Hannah 40 

Elizabeth 13 

Hannah 12 

Samuel 7 

Joseph 5 

Thomas 2 

Martha i  mo. 

Humphreys,  Rich'^.  (aServt.) .  .40 

Lamford,  James  (do.) 35 

Negroes:  18 (names  here  omitted). 

Jones,  Ruben 25 

Mary 27 

Joseph 10  mo. 

Jones,  Joseph 91 

Patience 81 

Rachael 41 


i64  MARYLAND   RECORDS 

Ages 
Johnston,  Armstrong 25 

L. 

Lilley,  William 45 

Linch,  William 21 

Laughlin,  William 38 

Rachael 34 

Sarah 11 

Mar>' 6 

Elizabeth 4 

W- 2 

Love,  James 51 

Margarett 44 

Thomas 13 

Lee,  James,  Sen' 72 

Elizabeth 66 

Vancleave,  Elizb"' 9 

Vancleave,  Mary 8 

Negroes:   24  (names  omitted). 

M. 

Morgan,  William 32 

Cassandria 32 

Elizabeth 3 

Sarah l*/2 

Cassandria i 

Negroes:   10. 

Morgan,  Lydia 46 

Mary 31 

Ruth 18 

Rob' 15 

Sarah 12 

Margret 7 

M'Williams,  Christian 46 

Elizabeth 14 

M'Kenny,  Joseph 22 

Morgan,  John 36 

Mary 28 

Rachael 10 


-HARFORD   COUNTY 

Ages 

Thomas 8 

Joel 6 

W- 4 

Elizabeth 2 

John 3  mo. 

Murray,  Alexander 49 

Jane 50 

Mary 18 

John 15 

Elizabeth 14 

Archb"^ 12 

Sarah ID 

"Macklemurray,"  John 59 

Patrick  ("  Mackelmurray")  .  .  .27 

Marg'.  ("Mackelmurry") 25 

Starrat 2 

Charity 5  mo. 

Hawkins,  John 8 

M-^Brayerta,  Michael 27 

M-^Cullough,  Tho^ 60 

Jane 53 

Williams,  W- 8 

MCann,  Arthur 21 

Kenny,  Easter 69 

Mary 25 

Miller,  Mary 41 

John 20 

Martha 16 

Hannah 14 

Miller,  Joseph 31 

N. 
Nowland,  Mary 25 

Norton,  Stephen 26 

Sophia 20 

Lambden,  Tho' 12 


DEER   CREEK  LOWER   HUNDRED 


1 6= 


Ages 

Nott,  William 33 

Jane 28 

Mary 6 

Sarah 4 

W» 2 

P. 

Patrick,  John 34 

Elizabeth 29 

Margret 9 

John 7 

Ann 5 

Hugh 3 

Elizabeth 1V4 

Mary 1V4 

Little,  Nathan 17 

Amos,  J  ohn 17 

Stephenson,  John 25 

Stuart,  Jane 20 

Rees,  Alargrett 20 

Negroes:   3. 

Proctor,  Richard 23 

Peacock,  John 58 

Mary 39 

Mary 8 

Cassandria 5 

Jenkins,  John 13 

Negroes:   13. 

R. 

Rigbie,  Nathan 54 

Sarah 45 

Sheridine,  Nathan 4 

Giles,  Nathl's  Children: 

Hannah 14 

Sarah 9 

Eliz"" 7 

Carolina 4 

Low,  Deborah 43 

Wood,  Eliz"'.  (hired  girl) 20 


Ages 
Servants:  Henry  Evans  a  Serv'. 

to  Skip'''.  Johns 35 

Harrod,  Henry,  do 35 

Negroes:  Suckey  (no  Tax), 70  — 
and  II  others. 

Rees,  Soloman 64 

Mary 62 

Rees,  John 23 

Hector 30 

Rodgers,  Samuel 34 

Susannah 25 

W- 14 

Rodgers,  Mary 26 

Rodgers,  Elizabeth 32 

Cassandra 4 

Rodgers,  Joseph 28 

Rachael 16 

Rigbie,  James 55 

Sarah 42 

James,  Jun"^ 19 

Susannah 23 

Ann 12 

Mary 6 

Massey,  Isaac 19 

Negroes :   11. 

S. 

Stapleton,  Joshua 29 

Susan'' 26 

David 4 

Edward i 

Lydia 2  mo. 

Shaw,  Armintha 23 

Ann 5 

Smith,  Martha 40 

Ann 22 

Ralph 20 


1 66 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Sarah 15 

Martha 13 

Andrew 11 

Ruth 8 

Negro:   Cesar,  30. 

W. 

Wells,  Susannah 23 

Wells,  Richard,  Jun"' 20 

Wells,  Richard,  Sen'' 89 

Cassandra 31 

Daws,  Elisha 20 

Negroes:  4. 

Wells,  Richard,  Jun' 60 

Jane 50 

Elizabeth 26 

Drusillah 17 

Sam' 14 

Mary 11 

Negroes:   7. 

Ward,  Edward 67 

Cassandria 49 

Richard 21 

Avis 14 

Margret 9 

Hubbard,  Geo.  (Serv'.) 20 

Negroes:  3. 

Warner,  Cuthbert 23 

Warner,  Joseph 48 

Ruth 46 

Jas.  J^ 21 

Hizekiah 15 

Aseph 19 

Mordecai 12 

Silas ID 

Wiggons,  Joseph 30 

Sarah 28 

Tarace 7 

Bezleel 5 


Ages 

Hannah 3 

Cuthbert i 

Warner,  Crosdale 47 

Mary 42 

Mary,  J' 15 

Aaron 13 

Amos II 

Crosdale 9 

Sarah 7 

Agnes  Crosdel  Warner 4 

Asa 2 

Wilson,  Benjamin 33 

Eliz'*" 27 

John 4 

Sarah 3 

Margret 2 

Mary i  mo. 

J  ohn  Wilson 80 

Knight,  Eliz"'.  (Hired  Girl) .  .  .21 
Negroes:   7. 

Worthington,  John 42 

Prissilla 27 

Sarah 6 

Prissilla 4 

Henry 3 

John 2 

Negroes:   Meriah  (no  Tax),  90 — ■ 
David  (do),  87 — and  12  others. 

Worthington,  Samuel 21 

Negroes:    Cesar   (no  Tax)    70 — • 
and  5  others. 

Worthington,  Charles 40 

Mary 32 

Sarah 11 

Joseph 9 

Charles 4 

Ann 2 

Margret i  week 

Negroes:   9. 


DEER  CREEK  LOWER  HUNDRED  167 

Ages  Free  Negroes         Ages 

Wallis,  Thomas 24     Nathan  Rigbie  set  free:  Will,  50— 

Wilson,  Joseph 74  P^^^^^'  /'''  /'''^um^  children- 
Hannah                                        70  Grace,  36,  and  3  children— Judy, 
Martha  .  .  .  .  ................  33  ^o,  and  i  son— Parraway,  40. 

Mary 30  Philip  Coale  set  free:  Benn,  35. 

^         ■  ■  ■ Elizabeth  Husbands  set  free:   Sam, 

egroes.  7.  ^_, — ^j^^^  ^^ — George,   26 — Moll, 

Wilson,  Samuel 40  25  and  her  baby. 

Negro  Tom  28.  William  Coale,  Junr.  set  free:    Ra- 

Wilson,  Joseph  Jun^ 41  chad,  36,  and  her  son  Ezekiel. 

Negro  Ned  26.  jas.   Rigbie  set  free:    Hager,   60 — 

,,,  ,,.     ur-        >y  Luckey,  27 — and  3  others. 

Wallis,     Grace    54  ^      '  ^ 

"Phanney" 27     W".  Coale  set  free:   Betty  (42)  and 

Negroes:   10.  Hannah,  2. 

Harford  County,  SS:  May  s^,  1777  Came  W"°.  Fisher  and  made  oath  on 
the  Holy  Evanjelest  of  almighty  God  that  the  within  is  a  true  list  of  all  the 
peopels  Names  and  ages  in  Deer  Creek  Lower  Hundred  as  they  were  give 
in  to  him. 

Before  W^.  Webb. 


Received  of  the  Committee  of  Harford  County  this  i "  day  of  July  1777 
Forty  Shillings  in  full  for  taken  the  within  Habitants  of  Deer  Creek  Lower 
Hundred. 

W"^.  Fisher,  Jun'. 


1 68 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Census  of  1776,  Harford  Lower  Hundred, 
Harford  County, 

"List  of  Inhabitants  in  Harford  Lower  Hundred  Taken  by  W".  Hollis, 


August  30,  1776." 

Ages 
Osborn,  James  Junr.  (Tax) 31 

Osborne,  Benjamin  (Tax) 20 

Semelia 20 

Susannah 6  mo. 

Cord,  Aquila 12 

Blacks:   12,  of  which  3  are  taxed. 

Thomas,  J  ohn  (Tax) 49 

Martha 36 

John,  Junr 9 

Joseph 7 

Elizabeth 5 

William 3 

Hollis,  Amos  (Tax) 40 

Martha 30 

Amos,  Junr 11 

Abirila 13 

William 8 

James 5 

Benjamin 3 

Cathrin 11  mo. 

Blacks:   3. 

Rhodes,  George 35 

Chauncey  Geo.  Senr.  (Tax) 68 

Benjamin  (Tax) 17 

Margret 59 

Greenfield,  Jacob 13 

Greenfield,  Mary 9 

Blacks:    15. 

Little,  George  (Tax) 35 

Cathrin 44 

Ann II 

Prewit,  James 2 

Blacks:   12. 


Ages 

Diction,  Morris 43 

Drusilla 43 

Susan 18 

Sarah 16 

John 8 

Hannah 6 

Frances 3 

Reason,  James  (Tax) 18 

Beck,  Caleb  (Tax) 47 

Hannah 35 

Ann 14 

Hannah 10 

Joshua 8 

Bethsheba 5 

Sophia 3 

J  ames X 

Jewry  (?)  Richd.  (Tax) 34 

Negro:   Bett,  55. 

Drew,  James  (Tax) 22 

Sarah 25 

Phillip 5  months 

Bennet,  Joshua,  "orphan". ...  4 
Negro:   Cass  "hiding,"  15. 

Mires,  John  (Tax) 39 

Hannah 24 

James 3 

Leamah i 

Drew,  Anthony,  Senr.  (Tax) 50 

Henry 18 

Mary 17 

Sarah 15 

Anthony,  Junr 13 

Reason,  John 14 

Blacks:    15. 


HARFORD   LOWER   HUNDRED 


169 


Ages 

Drew,  Geo.  (Tax) 25 

Letitisha 25 

Ann 4 

Anthony 2 

Rebecca 9  months 

Pettlehiser,  Lewis  (Tax) 20 

Kenard,  Michael  (Tax) 30 

Hannah 20 

Ann 10 

George 7 

Mary 6 

Michael 4 

James 3 

Folkner,  Ann 43 

Folkner,  Robt.  (Tax) 22 

Curry,  Brian  (Tax) 27 

Blacks:   3. 

Osborn,  William  S^  (Tax) 53 

Blacks:  5. 

Farrell,  Thos.  (Tax) 35 

Phillips,  Samuel 60 

Hanson,  John  Sen'.  (Tax) 55 

Keziah 53 

John,  Jun^  (Tax) 30 

Hollis  (Tax) 28 

Elizabeth 18 

Phillips,  Samuel 12 

Phillips,  Martha 10 

Blacks:  6. 

Osborne,  W°.  Jun'.  (Tax) 30 

Mary 26 

Cordelia 8 

Abariler 6 

Cyrus 4 

Cord,  John 11 

Canfield,  Ann 14 

Blacks:  4. 


Ages 

Osborn,  James,  Sen' 64 

Gean 55 

Martha 18 

Blacks:  4. 

Buckley,  John 53 

Sarah 37 

James 11 

William 3 

Marcum,  William  (Tax) 45 

Blackstone,  Thomas  (Tax) 29 

Elizabeth 28 

J  ames 8 

Thomas 6 

John 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Cormoway,  Mickael  (Tax) 33 

Elizabeth 19 

Brown,  John  (Tax) 26 

Ann 23 

Lowman,  Elizabeth 52 

Crown,  Henry  (Tax) 45 

Jackson,  Thomas  (Tax) 33 

Sarah 18 

Beb,  John  (Tax) 2"/ 

Ogg,  Stocke  (?) 5 

Cordelia 6  months 

Black:  Jonas,  14. 

Forwood,  Jacob  (Tax) 39 

Faithful 33 

Constance 10 

Gean 4 

Steel,  Elizabeth 23 

Warner,  Ludwick  (Tax) 37 

Celly,  Volintine  (Tax) 27 

Celly,  Mary 27 

Fitsimons,  Patrick 13 

Blacks:  5. 


I70 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Lanagin,  James  (Tax) 35 

Chauncey,  Cathrin  * 24 

Chauncey,  Elizabeth 5 

Chauncey,  Margret 3 

Chauncey,  Susan 3 

Chauncey,  Mary i 

Williams,  Mary 42 

Blacks:   5. 

Evans,  Benjamin  (Tax) 34 

Deaver,  Thomas  (Tax) 21 

Wadkins,  John  (Tax) 42 

Purify 41 

John 14 

WiUiam 13 

Amos 9 

Ann 2 

Hoy,  Roger 58 

Brown,  Thomas  (Tax) 32 

Mary 26 

Jacob 6 

Elizabeth 3 

Mary i 

Gonins,  George  (Tax) 40 

Jones,  Robert  (Tax) 27 

Thomas,  Marget 26 

Thomas,  John i 

Suttone,  Thomas  (Tax) 22 

Blacks:  6. 

Hughs,  John  Hall  (Tax) 34 

Ann  Hall  Hughs 22 

Everitt  Hall  Hughs 6 

John  H 4 

Scott  H 2 

James  H 3  months 

Blacks:   3. 

"To  Thos.  Henderson,  Dr." 


Ages 

Stephenson,  Jonas  (Tax) 25 

Stephenson,  Rebeca 15 

Stephenson,  Mary 2 

Kady  John  (Tax) 20 

Blacks:   2. 

Garrettson,  Garrett  f  (Tax) 22 

Alley 20 

Benjamin 15 

Blacks:   2. 

Suttone,  Samuel  (Tax) 37 

Sarah 40 

Mary 15 

Marget 13 

Elizabeth 11 

Hannah 9 

Sarah 7 

Robert 7 

Ann 4 

Azel,  Martha 15 

Eagle,  James  (Tax) 30 

Herringts,  Thos.  (Tax) 25 

Reed,  Elizabeth 90 

Dacon,  Francis  (Tax) 42 

Mary 45 

Brooks,  Thos 3 

Fisher,  Amelia 52 

William 14 

Thos 12 

Asll 9 

Johnson,  Mary 32 

Johnson,  Samuel 5 

Johnson,  Amelian 3 

Whitacre,  John  (Tax) 23 

Whitacre,  Hezekiah  (Tax)  ...  .21 

Isaac  Whitacre,  (Tax) 18 

M-^Gown,  Ann 11 

Adams,  John  (Tax) 38 


*  There  is  apparently  an  "S"  following  the  age  "24"  in  the  original. 
t  In  small  letters  "Short"  (?)  appears  before  "Garrett  Garretson." 


HARFORD   LOWER  HUNDRED 


171 


Ages 

Brown,  Robert  (Tax) 36 

Elizabeth 23 

John 2 

Sarah i 

Abirilah 8  months 

Blacks:  2. 

Megay,  Robert  (Tax) 48 

Sarah 38 

George  (Tax) 17 

John 14 

Robert,  Junr 12 

William 10 

Hugh 8 

J  ames 6 

Alee 4 

Richards,  John  (Tax) 34 

Sheridine,  Mary 30 

Curry,  Vionah 18 

Oliver,  James  (Tax) 60 

Cathrin 60 

James,  Junr 19 

Garland,  Cathrin 14 

Brown,  Sarah 2 

Burns,  Mathew  (Tax) 60 

Mary 41 

Nevel,  Ruth 10 

Nevel,  John 7 

Bennet,  Benjamin  (Tax) 50 

Gean 40 

Benjamin,  Junr 13 

Vensieler,  Alener 13 

Hanson,  Benj.  (Tax) 53 

Mary 21 

Abbrilah 13 

Elizabeth 11 

Luke 9 

Sarah 5 


Ages 

Tredway,  Elizabeth 11 

Pitt,  Frances  (Tax) 23 

Blacks:   10. 

Munroe,  William  (Tax) 34 

Mary 32 

John 13 

Elizabeth 7 

Thomas 5 

William  F i  month 

Negro:  Sail,  13. 

Macky,  George  (Tax) 30 

Vanhorn,  Peter 15 

Hall,  Edward  (Tax) 28 

Blacks:   9. 

Hall,  John,  "  Cry."  (Tax) 57 

Barthia 52 

Avarile 20 

Orasilla 18 

Mary 16 

Eliz 13 

Gloglan,  Patrick  M.*  (Tax),  .  .49 

Davis,  Mary,  A  Hierlin 59 

Timons,  Lawrance 45 

Scovin,  Francis  (Tax) 40 

Blacks:   26. 

Punteny,  Joseph  (Tax) 48 

Sarah 40 

Aquila  (Tax) 17 

Ann 15 

Prisela 12 

George  H 9 

Nelson 6 

Samuel 4 

James 2 

John 2  months 

Blacks:   3. 


*  Possibly  McGloglan,  Patrick. 


172 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Giles,  James  (Tax) 26 

Ann 32 

Johanna 5 

Susanna i 

J  acob  W 2  months 

Fell,  William 15 

Cooper,  William  (Tax) 35 

Caine,  Edward  (Tax) 25 

Duke,  Thomas  (Tax) 25 

Henry,  Andrew 15 

Coulson,  Mary 21 

Blacks:    15. 

Henderson,  Sarah 39 

Chauncey,  John  (Tax) 26 

Nelson,  John  (Tax) 18 

Nelson,  Aquila 10 

Nelson,  Pesilla 7 

Henderson,  George 2 

Blacks:  6. 

Diemer,  John  (Tax) 30 

Johanna 30 

Rachel 11 

Magee,  Sarah 38 

Magee,  Sarah  Junr 12 

Blacks:    13,  including  Edward,  2 
days  old. 

Armstrong,  John  (Tax) 47 

Ezebel 42 

William 12 

John 8 

Robert 5 

Ezebel 8  Days 

Williams,  Elizebeth 3 

Gawley,  William  (Tax) 23 

Giles,  Jacob  at  Bush  Mills — ■ 

Wilkinson,  J  no.  (Tax) 46 

Hyfield,  Charles  (Tax) 25 

Robins,  J  no.  (Tax) 22 


Ages 

Williams  Thos.  (Tax) 20 

Reese,  Sary 27 

MComas,  Benjamin  (Tax) 33 

Alexander  (Tax) 30 

Mary 25 

Clark,  Patrick 11 

Bennet,  Peter  (Tax) 51 

Mary 27 

Abram  (Tax) 22 

Leaven  (Tax) 16 

Sarah 14 

Peter 12 

Aquila 7 

Benjamin 2 

John II  months 

Allham,  Dniel  (Tax) 25 

Negro:   Luce,  15. 

Garrettson,  Freeborn  (Tax) 23 

Richard  (Tax) 18 

Mahon,  Thos.  hireling  (Tax).  .25 
Blacks:  3. 

Eden,  William  (Tax) 31 

Sarah 26 

Jeremiah 8 

Elizabeth 6 

Benjamin 3 

Mary 10  months 

Codonia,  Peter 15 

Boayer,  Elizabeth. 

West,  William 39 

Susanna 39 

Geo.  W" 6 

Margt 4 

Sibyl 2 

Blacks:  "Living  at  the  Glebe,"  9 
— "Living  with  W".  West,"  8. 

Diemer,  Rachael 50 


HARFORD   LOWER   HUNDRED 


173 


Ages 

Hall,  Aquila,  Senr.  (Tax) 49 

Sophia 44 

William 19 

Charlotta 18 

Mary 16 

John 14 

Edward 12 

Sophia II 

Martha 8 

Benedict 5 

Parker,  J  ohn  (Tax) 21 

Asker,  Jane 22 

M'^laughlin,  James 15 

Negroes:  45. 

Copeland,  George  (Tax) 26 

Frances 22 

Mary 2 

CaUihan,  Mical  (Tax) 24 

Negroes:  5. 

Copeland,  John  (Tax) 22 

Blacks:  6. 

Phillips,  James  (Tax) 35 

Martha 32 

James 5 

Elizabeth  P 3 

John  P I 

Negroes:  28. 

Phillips,  Susannah 23 

Negroes:   10. 

Gallion,  Rachael 34 

Prisilla 17 

Sarah 15 

Abariller 12 

Phebe 10 

Martha 7 

George 5 

Mary 3 

Rachael i 


Ages 

Edwards,  Joseph  (Tax) 29 

Finna,  Alender 20 

Handley,  James  (Tax) 25 

Garland,  Henry 66 

Negro:  Jacob,  15. 

Moubrey,  Mary 29 

J  ames 7 

Robert 5 

Mary I 

Gallion,  Phibe 63 

Nathan  (Tax) 27 

Christian 27 

Martha 23 

Sarah 3 

Blacks:    li. 

Chauncey,  George  (Tax) 38 

Mary 29 

Sarah 10 

George 8 

Martha 4 

William I 

Blacks:   14. 

Ruff,  John  (Tax) 27 

Sarah 25 

Dansichlor,  Elizabeth 33 

Christian,  John  (Tax) 21 

Blacks:   9. 

Reding,  William  (Tax) 39 

Ann 38 

Milcah 8 

John 3 

William 8  months 

Burchfield,  Hannah 20 

Prisilla 16 

Adam 13 

Frances II 

Dunn,  Thos.  (Tax) 24 

Brown,  James  (Tax) 26 


174 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Linch,  Daniel 35 

Mary 24 

Carty,  Marget 45 

Young,  William  (Tax) 37 

Agness 28 

Agness,  Junr 2 

Jones,  Mary 18 

Blacks:  5. 

Young,  George  (Tax) 24 

Hollis,  William  (Tax) 50 

Sarah 48 

William,  Junr.  (Tax) 27 


Ages 

Clark 16 

Blacks:   8. 

Ore,  Mary ig 

Rebecca 14 

Diction,  Peter 54 

Marget 42 

Johannah 15 

\\'illiam 9 

Sarah 5  months 

Cambell,  Ann 8 

Perry,  John,  Schoolmaster  at  the 
Church  Denys  to  Give  in  his  age 
or  be  numbered  with  the  in- 
habitants. 


Harford  County  SS  7th  Jany  1777  Came  Wm.  Hollis  and  made  Oath 
that  the  above  is  a  true  list  of  Inhabitants  Taken  in  Harford  Lower 
Hundred  and  that  he  was  Six  Day  taking  the  same  list. 

J.  B.  Howard. 


Census  of  1776,  Susquehannah  Hundred, 
Harford  County 

"A  List  of  Inhabitants  in  Susquehannah  Hundred,  Taken  by  Chas. 
Gilbert."  * 

Ages 

Small,  Robert 30 

Elizabeth 21 

John 9  months 

Beacor,  George 15 

Hare,  Patience 11 

Small,  John 27 

Wilson,  Andrew 46 

Lidiea 36 

James 10 


Ages 

Cathron 8 

Beniamin 4 

Andrew 2 

Hallett,  John 25 

Prigg,  Mary 25 

Brown,  George 14 

Hare,  Sarah,  Widow 39 

Mary 17 

Sarah 6 

Daniel 3 


*  This  Census  is  written  upon  32  pages  g'/s 
cellent  preservation. 


X  7V2".  partly  fastened  together,  and  is  in  ex- 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


175 


Ages 

Rigdon,  Charles 27 

Molton,  Mathew 15 

Suilliven,  Nathaniel 13 

Donovan,  Wm 23 

Rachel 19 

Anos 6  months 

Durbin,  Avariller 25 

DeHla 2 

Judd,  Daniel 40 

Hanah 39 

Wiliam 17 

Daniel  •. 1 1 

Joshua- 9 

Rachel- 8 

Ann.  .- 6 

Elisabeth 3 

James 3  months 

Horton,  Wm 53 

Elisabeth 32 

Wm 14 

Mary 12 

James 10 

Sarah 8 

Elisabeth 5 

Ruth I 

Negroes,  2. 

Cummins,  Paul 35 

Hannah 27 

Sammuel 9 

James 3 

Barns,  Joseph 45 

Horner,  James 29 

Mary 28 

Elisabeth 7 

Thomas 6 

Casandrew 4 


Ages 

Mary  Gilbert  Horner i 

Baker,  Jnny  Mary 11 

Negroes,  2. 

Clarke,  ElizaBeth 18 

Culver,  Bemin 24 

Negro,  I. 
Culver,  Ann 62 

Negro,  I. 
Suillovon,  John 27 

Margret 18 

Coolley,  John 21 

Rigdon,  Sarah 62 

Sarah 23 

Pritchart,  Mary 12 

Michael,  Belsher 48 

Ann 28 

John 14 

James 13 

Bennet 8 

J  acob 6 

Susannah 4 

Daniel 2 

Wm 8  months 

horten,  John 23 

Negroes,  4. 

Macantraus,  Hugh 24 

Feeby 31 

Mary  ("Macantrass") .  .  .3  mos. 

Thomson,  Edward 45 

Jamime 30 

Martha 10 

Mallon 6 

Mary 3 

Wm I 

Sullavin,  James 17 


Bedelhall,  John. 
Negroes,  5. 


.27 


176 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Hall,  Josias 24 

Mccarty,  Owing 22 

Negroes,  3. 

Choislin,  Thomas 41 

Young,  Thomas 40 

Chisholm,  Thomas 11 

Chisholm,  John 7 

Hampton,  John 85 

Ann 84 

Mitchel,  John 31 

Mary 34 

Gaberil 19 

Elisabeth 6 

Rachel 4 

Fradrick i 

Purkins,  Ritchard 16 

Taylor,  Ritchard 12 

Cortny,  Thomas 32 

Sarah 27 

Jonas 10 

John 8 

Hollas 6 

Semelia 5 

Sarah 3 

Thomas 2  months 

Brown,  James 13 

Negro,  I. 

Knight,  Jonathan 56 

Ellender 46 

HolHday,  Mary 12 

West,  Thomas 45 

Ann 39 

Elisabeth 17 

James 14 

Thomas 12 

Samuel 6 

Sarah 6 


Ages 

Mary 3 

ISaac I 

Perry,  Wm 81 

Wm 26 

Ely,  Hannah 27 

Macarty,  Jacob 22 

Bendal,  Joseph 38 

Mecarty,  Mary 8 

Mecarty,  Elisabeth 5 

Meginis,  Mary 2 

Fort,  Peter 30 

Mary 26 

Naney 5 

Franses 3 

Dority i 

Oure,  John 20 

Hurley,  Judy 15 

Barns,  Zachariah II 

Tayler,  Warter 19 

Steal,  Joseph 25 

Elisabeth 23 

Elisabeth 50 

Rebeca. 5 

John 3 

Abreham 2 

Joseph I  month 

Periman,  John 43 

Martha 38 

ISaac 16 

John II 

Mary 9 

Marth 5 

Elisabeth 3 

Prise,  Mary 27 

Prise,  Wm 6 

Durben,  Thomas 18 

Antel,  John 59 

Blanch 44 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


177 


Ages 

Ann 15 

John 13 

Hannah 11 

Sarah 9 

Thomas 6 

West,  Susanah 18 

Gilbert,  Thomas 74 

Mary 57 

James 19 

Fanny 16 

Martha 11 

Hamby,  Samuel 10 

Mccarty,  Sarah 6 

Mecarty,  Levy 4 

Steal,  John 24 

Casandra 23 

Elisabeth I 

Gallion,  James 47 

Ruth 45 

Thomis 18 

Gilbert 14 

Betty 13 

Cumfort 10 

Rachal 3 

Gilbert,  Michael 31 

Sarah 22 

Thomas i 

Coal,  Jane 56 

Elisabeth 18 

Thomas 14 

Ezecal 10 

Carrel,  John 27 

Coal,  James 25 

Sofiah 24 

John 6 

James 4 

Samilia 4  months 

Phillips,  James 13 

13 


Ages 

Coal,  Ephram 22 

Sophra 19 

Johnson,  Samuel 17 

Pearson,  Abel 43 

Mary 35 

Elisabeth 14 

Samuel 10 

Abel 7 

Joseph 5 

Orsburn,  John 36 

Ann 37 

Sarah 15 

Elisabeth 12 

Amous ID 

John 8 

Bennet 6 

Aquillah 4 

Josias I 

Hamby,  Sarah 35 

Fanney 33 

Delah 7 

James i 

Wm I 

Wm 4 

Welch,  Wm 24 

Cord,  Roger 20 

Glower,  Mary 26 

Boyls,  Thomas 40 

Mary 34 

Ebeth 9 

Jane 7 

Marthew 3 

Thomas 9  months 

Cowin,  Isabella 15 

Smith,  Henery 13 

Boner,  John 12 

Cox,  Wilm 58 

Mary 53 


178 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Mary  Banes  Cox 20 

Israel 13 

Rachel 11 

^   Negroes,  7. 

Wright,  Charles 30 

Blackford,  Thomas 66 

Evett,  Wm 40 

Margret 26 

Muckelrath,  Sarah 24 

Mackfail,  Martha 26 

Slator,  Thomas 18 

Glain,  Margret 6 

Giles,  Jacob,  Junr 2^ 

Ame 21 

Guist,  Amilia 21 

Alisabeth 2 

Tinlan  [?],  Mary 40 

Lovvel,  John 22 

Reease,  Robart 20 

Negroes,  11. 

At  Rockrun 

Smith,    Wm.    and   Jacob    Giles, 

Junr.     No  ages  given, 
hampton,  David 25 

Negroes,  10. 

forrage,  Crister 50 

Page,  Mary 49 

Virthworth,  William 43 

Sarah 46 

Sarah 8 

Negroes,  2. 

Mackfiel,  Daniel 32 

Jaine 20 

Ann 2 

John 8  months 

Mecurdy,  Archa 52 

Ellender 35 


Ages 

Margret 6 

Lemmon,  Elisabeth 63 

Marshel,  John 30 

Feby 26 

Henery 2 

Camneron,  John 14 

Shea,  Wm 51 

Elisabeth 32 

Thomas 11 

David 9 

Elisabeth 4 

Sarah 4 

Isabel 2 

Fitchgarel,  Margret 23 

Mary I  month 

Phillips,  James 37 

Bethia  Fillips 29 

Sarah  Fillips 10 

James  Fillips 4 

Barns,  Bethia 71 

Closson,  Peter 16 

Brown,  Sarah 17 

Hapstone,  Mary 7 

Negroes,  7. 

Deaver,  David 29 

Mary 33 

Rebeccah 6 

Ann 4 

James I 

Porter,  John 63 

Deavour,  Mary 33 

Ellender  Porter 14 

Sarah  Porter 23 

Agnis  Porter ID 

Margret 5 

Thompson,  Mary 46 

John 25 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


179 


Ages 

Daved 23 

Jery 18 

James 16 

Elisabeth 13 

Chappell,  Mary 8 

Chappell,  James 7 

Bowlear,  Peter 21 

Johns,  Richard 43 

Taylor,  Jane 40 

Hannah 17 

Mary 15 

Alryhan 13 

Evret  (?),  Wm.,  Junr 4 

Johns,  Nathaniel 41 

Elisabeth 33 

Ann 13 

Ruth 12 

Franses 10 

Casandrew. 8 

Elisabeth 3 

William i 

Touchstone,  Mary 18 

"Fre  Negors,"  8. 

Edwards,  James 34 

Margret 30 

Thomas 6 

Mary 5 

Joseph 2 

Brown,  EHsabeth 46 

Cowan,  Elisabeth 16 

Cowing,  Ann 8 

Brannon,  Mary 4 

Howel,  Samuel 22 

All,  Margret 22 

All,  Hannah i 

Howard,  John 18 

Negroes,  4. 


Ages 

Giles,  Jacob 73 

Johannah 57 

Johannah  Giles  Wartes 9 

Scot  (?),  Sukey 38 

Smith,  Winston 4 

littleton,  Ann 30 

Cannabal,  Michael 27 

Husterfield,  Charles 27 

Negroes,  18,  of  which  one  is  called 
"Bumbrow." 

Gilbert,  Michael 70 

Mary 60 

Samuel 23 

Mary 20 

Presbury,  Elisabeth 13 

Negroes,  9. 

Wamigim,  Thomas 50 

Ann 48 

Boman,  Henry 40 

Ellener 41 

John 16 

David 14 

Henery 12 

Mary 10 

MarGret 9 

Affnea 7 

EUes 4 

ChrisTian 2 

Smith,  Jabish 66 

Mary 62 

Luis 5 

Chesney,  Richard 24 

Mary 24 

Wm 3  months 

Rumsey,  John 33 

Martha 38 

Harritt 4 

Mary 2 

Negroes,  14. 


i8o 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Scantlin,  John 23 

Rachel 23 

James i 

Haukins,  Robart 59 

Lidia 56 

Richard 23 

Ellisabeth 11  months 

Averiller 25 

Nancy 3 

Robert 2 

Negroes,  5. 

Haukins,  Wm 27 

Sarah 25 

Joseph 5 

Margret 4 

Elisabeth 2 

Musgrove,  Franses 30 

Negro,  I. 

Vanhorn,  ESeacall 26 

Sary 21 

Jessay 6  months 

Smith,  Cathron 44 

Litten,  Samuel 39 

Ann 35 

Clemnency 17 

Sarah 15 

AHsabeth 13 

Mary 1 1 

Susannah 9 

Samuel 7 

Ruth 5 

Ann 2 

Fulk,  Mary 17 

Craford,  John 72 

Negro,  Peter,  70. 

Deven,  Hugh 22 

Mary 27 

Hugh I 


Ages 

Hursbend,  Joseph 39 

Mary 34 

Puesly,  Lidia 18 

Root,  Mary 25 

Aldmand,  Sarah 18 

Slond,  Sarah 16 

Josua  "  Husband " 11 

Mary  "Hursband" 9 

Sarah  "  Husband  " 7 

Hannah  "Husband" 5 

Ann  "Hursband " 2 

Joseph  "Husband".  .  .  .4  months 
Negro,  I. 

Root,  Daniel 57 

Ann 56 

Danniel 26 

Jean 21 

John 19 

James 15 

Margret 13 

Richard 11 

Pervail,  Gidian 29 

Mary 18 

Margret 8  months 

Cover,  Robert 15 

harres,  James 12 

harres,  John 15 

Scotten,  Lucey 20 

Negroes,  3.  — - 

Lampper,  John 33 

Margret 37 

Death,  James 56 

Soffiah 60 

Wm 21 

Charity 18 

George  Simes  Death 14 

Negroes,  5. 

Farmer,  John 34 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


Ages 

Snodgrass,  Wm 36 

Cathroan 36 

Roberd 13 

Margret 14 

James 11 

Mary 8 

Wings,  Arther  O 25 

Curswell,  Wm 62 

Esabeellah 50 

Robert 22 

Mary 19 

James 59 

Robert 33 

Mary 74 

Negroes,  9. 

Knight,  Sarah 55 

Mary 22 

Slone,  John 58 

Mary 37 

Saras 13 

Elisabeth 10 

Hennery 6 

Ramsey,  Wm 53 

Mary 40 

Andrew 22 

Alisabeth 17 

Jane 14 

J  ames 11 

Wm 7 

Thomas 3 

Negroes,  2. 

Murfey,  James 38 

Elisabeth 37 

Rosannah 80 

Franses 12 

John 6 

Rosannah 3 

Alea I 


Ages 

Bayles,  Samuels 40 

Elisabeth 26 

Samuel 18 

Elis 16 

John 13 

Feaby 11 

Mary 9 

Mehetabet 6 

Sarah 3 

Silvers,  Mellison 41 

Wm 21 

Mary 16 

Margret 14 

Ammons 12 

David 7 

Sarah 6 

Rachel 5 

James 3 

Silvers,  Benjamin 24 

Afifey 26 

John ID 

Gashim 4  months 

Smith,  Sarah 11 

Bayles,  "  Biamin"  (Benj.?) 42 

Debbrow 40 

Feby 19 

Robert 17 

Hannah 15 

Sarah 12 

Samuel 8 

Benjaman 2 

Debrow 6  months 

Augustus 46 

Hoges,  John 26 

CoUerage,  Wm 25 

Forgerson,  Andrew 33 

Abigill 35 

David 12 


1 82 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Annah lo 

Samuel  Smith 6 

Elisabeth 4 

Andrew 2 

Beniamin 6  months 

Clowes,  George 36 

Elisabeth  "Clows" 36 

Cathron 5 

Gorge 3 

John 9  months 

Swarth,  Samuel 37 

Catherine 38 

Gorge 14 

Mary 13 

Samuel 11 

Sarah 9 

Peter 7 

Christian 4 

David 3 

Isaac 3  months 

Steaverson,  John 28 

^   Brown,  Freeborn 32 

j^        Crummel,  Neger  Oliver 21 

Negroes,  4  others. 

Steal,  Abraham 25 

Sarah 25 

Josua 3 

Casandra 3  months 

Jimmison,  John 35 

Mary 33 

Marthie 76 

Ellexander 37 

Marthie 4 

Sarah 2 

William 6 

Long,  Ellender 21 


Ages 

Lee,  James 25 

Smith,  Thomas 55 

Hannah 46 

Hugh 22 

Elisabeth 16 

James 14 

Samuel 1 1 

Mary  and  W-" 9 

Hannah 8 

Nathaniel 4 

Negro  Jeff,  40. 

Vandigrift,  George 30 

Mary 22 

Elisabeth 5  months 

Crues,  Nicollous 80 

Mary 80 

Purkins,  John 51 

Orusan,  Mary 12 

Crues,  John  * 48 

Elisabeth  "Crusan" 33 

Michael  "  Crusan  " 11 

John  "Crusan" 9 

Mary  " Crusan" 6 

Garret  "  Crusan  " 3  months 

Negro,  I. 

Wood,  George 37 

Wartus,  Godfrey 37 

Negroes,  4. 

Culver,  Robert 29 

Johannah 3^ 

Mary 2 

Benjaman I 

Trass,  Hugh  mackan 24 

Negroes,  2. 

Marten,  Wm 29 


♦The  arrangement  seems  to  confirm  the  supposition  that  the  head  of  this  family  is  John 
Crusan,  though  written  "Crues" — G.  M.  B. 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


183 


Ages 

Harthorn,  John 52 

Margret 37 

Jane 15 

Robert 13 

Agnis ID 

Margery  "Harthhorn" 9 

Margrit  "Harthhorn" 7 

Mary  "Harthhorn" 5 

John  "Harthhorn" 3 

Marthy  "Harthhorn" i 

Clarke,  John 26 

Mecan,  Patrick 26 

EHsabeth 27 

John 4 

Charles 2 

Daniel i 

Umbel,  Isaac 36 

Cathran 24 

Mary 3 

Smith,  Patrick 62 

Elisabeth 60 

Gorge 15 

Elisabeth 15 

Bayles,  Nathaniel 28 

Sarah 26 

Ann 3 

Samuel I 

Sutten,  Edward 17 

Negro,  I. 

Bayles,  "Jamas" 22 

Bots,  George 45 

Margret 37 

Mary 17 

Charity 15 

John 14 

Gorge 13 

Ruth II 


Ages 

Rachel 6 

Sarah 5 

Elisabeth 2 

Isaac 6  months 

Wood,  Josua 24 

Donnovan,  "Donovan,"  Daniel.  .58 

Hanah 43 

Danniel 25 

Jacob 21 

Thomas 21 

John 16 

Elisabeth 14 

Joseph 9 

Martha 7 

Ephram 5 

Arnold,  Wm 50 

Cumfort 56 

Brown,  Mary 8 

Brown,  Jacob 4 

Croscil  (Oroscil?) 22 

Arnold,  Ephram 24 

Marah 40 

Wm 3 

Taylor,  Elisabeth 15 

Mitchel,  James 22 

Preston,  Elisabeth 71 

Watkins,  Elisabeth 16 

Roberson,  Sarah 11 

Barns,  Wm 41 

Margret 41 

John 16 

Wm 14 

Sarah 13 

Ford 9 

Rachel 6 

Elisabeth 3 

Gotten,  John 50 

Butler,  MarGret 16 

Negro,  I. 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Armstrong,  Josua 44 

Margret 37 

Sollaman 18 

Mary 16 

Ford 13 

Margret 9 

Joseph 7 

Hannah 4 

Alishea 2 

Bruer,  James 40 

Elisabeth 40 

Jacob 20 

Elisabeth 12 

John II 

Marah 8 

Sarah 4 

James 2 

Wm 4  months 

Mitchel,  Kent 33 

Hannah 33 

Shadick 10 

Elisabeth 8 

Mary 5 

Thomas 3 

Sarah i 

Rachel 27 

Asel 6  months 

Rogers,  John 47  [?] 

Barnes,  James 45 

Benjamin 18 

Sarah 16 

Annah ID 

Elisabeth 4 

Cantler,  Wm 38 

Mary 33 

Casander 10 

Wm 5 

Elisabeth 3 

Ellabeller 5  months 


Ages 

Mitchel,  James 24 

Martha 24 

Martha 4 

Kent 2 

Wm 28 

Negro,  I. 

Barns,  Ruth 47 

Ford 13 

Hosea 11 

Asyl 9 

Beck,  Elisabeth 26 

Negro,  I. 

Barns,  Bennet 23 

Hestor 22 

Durben,  Thomas 16 

Mitchel,  Wm 28 

Clemmency 27 

Barker 7 

Shurlotter 4 

Elisabeth 3 

Negro,  I. 

Barns,  EUisabeth 45 

Ruth 16 

Margret 14 

Williams,  John 32 

Elisabeth 21 

Negroes,  2. 

Kirns,  Margret 30 

Elisabeth 11 

Matthew 7 

Mary 3 

Power,  Wm 56 

Elisabeth 50 

Boner,  Nathan 25 

Boner,  Cathran 15 

Boner,  John 13 

"Bouner,"  David 10 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


185 


Ages 
Doleman,  Sarah 35 

Wood,  James 43 

Elisabeth 40 

Posuarus? 15 

John 13 

EHsabeth 11 

Susana 9 

Roles,  Joseph 29 

Mary 20 

Matthew i 

Larance,  John 30 

Margret 30 

Elexander 8 

John I 

Welch,  Thomas 32 

Hannah 26 

Ruth 6 

Griffetth,  John 50 

Averilla  "Griffin" 34 

Hannah 14 

Elisabeth 12 

Fanney 9 

Mary 8 

James 4 

Wm 2 

Negro,  I. 

Standly,  Wm 69 

Margret 58 

Mitchel,  Edward 50 

Rachel 37 

Aquiller 7 

Ann 3. 

Rachel i 

Negroes,  3. 

Meake,  Andrew 28 

Martha  ("  Meeke  ") 27 

Esteher 5 


John 2 

Martha 2 

Adam i  month 

Crage,  John 30 

Thoritan,  Elisabeth 22 

West,  Enock 56 

Elisabeth 43 

Enock 10 

Wm 7 

Williams,  James 26 

Margret 22 

Wm 3 

Susannah 2 

Mary 13 

Williams,  Wm 52 

Sarah 43 

Barnet 19 

Martha 15 

Frances 13 

Margret 12 

Ephrame 9 

Eseakel 7 

Sarah 5 

John 3 

"Coer"  "Coon"  [?],  John  (No 
age)  " Tochua,  Wood "  [?X  .  .  .25 

Porter,  Wm 41 

Elisabeth 37 

Roberson,  EUender 37 

Eseakel 5 

Molten,  Ann 16 

Rees,  John 48 

Cathron 50 

Margret 21 

Joseph 20 

John 16 

James 13 


1 86 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Abreham lo 

William 6 

Miller,  Margret 45 

Sammuel 21 

Agnis 19 

"  Fhomisdike  " 12 

Sarah 10 

Mary 4 

Anderson,  Daniel 45 

Sarah 39 

Mary 18 

Sarah 15 

Margret 13 

Charles 9 

Prissiller 2 

Negroes,  6. 

Mackfaddin,  Joseph 41 

Cox,  Wm.  Junr 25 

Rachel 25 

Mary i 

Wm 3  months 

Bonner,  John 46 

Christan 40 

Arther 17 

Martha 14 

John II 

Ann 8 

Barnney 6 

Charles 4 

Mitchel,  Micajah 24 

Averrillah 19 

Martha 2 

Negroes,  2. 

"Jehugh  a  free  Neger,  65,"  and  5 
others. 

Keen,  Timmothy 37 

Ann 40 

Rebekah 18 


Ages 

AQuillah 15 

Timmothy 10 

John 8 

Sarah 5 

Wm 3 

"Mary    a    negro,    45"    and    14 
others. 

Wilson,  Wm 56 

Casandra 65 

Negroes,  9. 

Wilson,  Samuel 22 

Mary 24 

Negroes,  9. 

Wilson,  Rachel 26 

Negroes,  7. 

"  Cononal  At  quillah  halls  quartr." 

Wilson,  William 36 

Negroes,  27. 

Wilson,  Wm 36 

Rooth 23 

Mary 3 

Sarah 7  months 

Negroes,  5. 

Mecendlis,  William 25 

Elisabeth 25 

Sarah 6 

John 4 

Ester I  month 

Homes,  Ann 22 

Negroes,  6. 

Logue,  Wm 60 

Mary 48 

Cathran 19 

Wm 16 

Mary 14 

Charity 12 

Elisabeth 9 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


187 


Ages 

Walker,  James 36 

Elender 37 

Elisabeth 10 

Gorge 5 

Ann 3 

James 6  months 

Vanhorn,  Richard 18 

Henson,  Jacob 19 

Brown,  Gustus 16 

Negro,  I. 

Cruse,  Richard 50 

Elisabeth 49 

Elisabeth  "Crues" 19 

Catharine  "Crues" 19 

Richard  "Crues" 17 

Paydan,  Thomas 15 

Vandigraft,  Richard 8 

Stiles,  Elisabeth i 

Campton,  "Richarg" 19 

Marten,  Edward 26 

Mary 17 

Margret I 

Mils,  Robert 71 

Susannah 62 

John 23 

Lookket,  John 31 

Grant,  James 29 

Donohue,  Margret 18 

Grooms,  Mary 13 

medowel,   Mary  "Marymedowel 
60" 60 

Daverson,  John 37 

Sarah 31 

Agnis  "  Deverson" 3 

Daniel  "  Deverson  " 4 

Elisabeth  "Deverson ".9  months 
Negro,  I. 


Ages 

Nutwell,  Daniel 35 

Minty 19 

Bennet 2 

Negro,  I. 

Hill,  John 50 

Margret 40 

Harmin 19 

John 15, 

Samiel 8 

Elisabeth 6 

Aurilla 2 

Gover,  Phillip 57 

Mary 42 

Sam II 

Elisabeth 9 

Garrat  &  Robert 7 

Phillip  &  Hennery 5 

Prisslller 3 

Negroes,  23. 

Wilson,  John 38 

Alianna 32 

Christopher 11 

Isaac 9 

John 7 

Sarah 5 

James 3 

Margret i 

gill,  John 74' 

Roberson,  Amelia 13 

Negro,  I. 

Wilson,  Peter 25 

Cox,  John 30 

Sarah 30 

Mary 7 

John 2 

Sarah 3  months 

W^eaver,  Casper 16 

Negro,  I. 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Power,  Nicoles 50 

Grant,  Ann 22 

Pritchard,  James  Junr 33 

Elisabeth 18 

John 14 

Sarah 4  months 

Pritchard,  James 63 

EHsabeth 58 

Harmon 20 

Sammuel 15 

Benjamin 13 

Daniel  Jams 3 

Pritchard,  Elisabeth 26 

Elisabeth 2 

Rees,  Sollimin 32 

Averilla 33 

John 8 

George 7 

Sarah 5 

Margret 3 

Sarah 2  months 

Spenser,  Roland 63 

"Jame" 63 

Ritchard 28 

Wilcock,  John 76 

Wilcock,  John 14 

Brukes,  Susanah 19 

Ray,  Gorge 37 

Cathron 31 

Mary 6 

Robert 4 

Samuel i 

Gallion,  James 50 

Ruth 57 

Thomas 19 

Gibert 16 

Elisabeth 12 


Ages 

Cumfort 9 

Rachel 4 

Mitchel,  Kent 52 

Molten,  John 13 

Negroes,  2. 

Pots,  Rynard 51 

Cathran 46 

Cathran  ("potts") 17 

Jacob  ("potts") 14 

John  (" potts") ID 

Elisabeth  ("potts") 2 

David,  Reed 38 

Cord,  Elisabeth 55 

Susana 24 

Neomie 14 

Jacob II 

Fowler,  Patrick 30 

Elisabeth 24 

Joseph 6 

John 4 

Wm 2 

David 6  months 

Smith,  Mary 80 

Gallion,  Samuel 30 

Sarah 21 

Mary 2 

Knight,  Thomas 30 

Margret 25 

Wm 6 

Mary 5 

Elisabeth 3 

"Light" 2 

Barns,  Grigary 42 

Elisabeth 38 

Ford 15 

Richard 14 

Rachel 13 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


189 


Ages 

Grigory 11 

Mary 9 

Sarah 6 

"Fiariner" 4 

John 2 

Averilla i, 

Negroes,  4. 

Knight,  George 42 

Martha 31 

Debrow 15 

Hannah 11 

Elisabeth 9 

Susannah 5 

AQuiller 2 

Mitchel,  Thomas 33 

Ann 32 

Elisabeth 8 

Sarah 6 

Ritchard 5 

Barnet 3 

Averilla i 

Taylor,  Aquiller 13 

"Bayles"  [[Bayley?] 64 

Margret  "  Baley  " 46 

Charles  "Bayley" 23 

Aquillea  "Bayley" 21: 

Bennidick  "Bayley" 17 

Sarah  "Bayley" 15 

Eseakel  " Bayley" 12 

Averilla  "  Bayley  " 10 

Mitchel,  James  Weaver 51 

Jane 34 

Elaxanders 6 

James 3 

Sarah 3  months 

Stuard,  Alexander 55 

Ann 55 

Wm 13 


Ages 

Ann II 

Mary 20 

Margret 10 

"Boner,"  Elisabeth  Widow 33 

Robert 14 

Mary  "Bonner" 10 

Wm.  "Bonner" 8 

Brise  "Bonner" 6 

Margret  "Bonner" 4 

Elisabeth  "Bonner" i 

Chandley,  James 56 

Susannah 49 

Mohan,  John 42 

Judy 38 

Edward 13 

John II 

Margret 9 

James 7 

Mary 5 

Elisebeth 3 

Wm I 

Deaver,  Sarah  widow 46 

Samuel  ("Deavour") 13 

David 10 

Hughs,  "Amea's"  Widow 60 

Hughs,  John 24 

Jane 20 

James 7  months 

Negroes,  2. 

Bayley,  Josias 26 

Averilla 17 

Negro,  I. 

"at  Samuel  Thomases  Quorter." 
II  negroes. 

Hughs,  Nathaniel 26 

West,  Robert 39 


1 90 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Ann 36 

Elisabeth 15 

Benjamin 12 

Hannah 10 

John 8 

Mary 7 

Martha 4 

Michael 3 

Ephram 2 

Williams,  Morras 60 

Prissilla 50 

Mary 22 

Martha 19 

John 15 

Ann II 

Wm 9 

Ford,  James 35 

Oleve 20 

Mecool,  Mary 60 

Beale,  Thomas 59 

Knight,  "Jame"  or  "Jane"  [?]•  17 

Stump,  Henary 48 

Rachel 40 

Mary 16 

John 22 

Henery 15 

Rubin 10 

William 8 

Elisabeth 6 

Hannah 3 

Esther 2 

Negroes,  8. 

Dots,  John 43 

Elisabeth 33 

Sarah 12 

Ann 10 

Isaac 7 

James 2 

Negroes,  3. 


Ages 

Wood,  Isaac 85 

Elisabeth 70 

Martin,  Elaxander 40 

Martha 34 

Isaac 7 

Fleetwood,  Beniamin 35 

Hannah 28 

Ann 3 

Wilmonton,  Joseph 15 

Cothlon,  John 61 

Hannah 50 

Mary 18 

Roberson,  Abraham 27 

Elisabeth 23 

Sarah 5 

John 5  months 

Knight,  Light 59 

Rachel 46 

Wm 20 

Mary 26 

Rachel 16 

Isaac 12 

Sarah 9 

Hannah 5 

Gudding,  Margrit 40 

Ann  ("Goodings") 15 

Moses  ("Goodings") 11 

Hagon,  Cathran 60 

Gorrel,  Issabellah 46 

John 24 

Wm 21 

Joseph 20 

Thomas 19 

Esther 15 

James 14 

Hannah 1 1 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


191 


Ages 
"Sarah    A    free    Neger"    and    2 
children. 

Durbin,  Mary 30 

Amos 2 

Ehsabeth 8  months 

Rutter,  Richard 30 

Ann 24 

Esther 2 

Sarah i 

Gipson,  Robert 15 

Whiticer,  Mary 18 

Durbin,  Fransis 28 

Ann 26 

Mary 5 

Gilbert,  Martin  Taylor 35 

Martha 31 

Mary 1 1 

Charles 7 

Maren  Taylor 4 

Elisabeth i 

Negro,  I. 

Brannon,  Patrick 62 

Darkes 42 

Wm 16 

Hannah 12 

Ellender Ii 

John 8 

Joseph 4 

Jane 2 

Rees,  Joseph 40 

Aberam 35 

Jane 88 

Brown,  Sarah 30 

Jane 7 

Cowen,  Wm 52 

Judy 52 

Mary 28 

Susannah 18 


Ages 

Thomas 21 

Eddward 15 

Stephen II 

Rachel 9 

White,  Richard 30 

Sarah 25 

Margret 3 

Ann I 

Biars,  Ephraim 28 

Gilbert,  Charles 53 

Elisabeth 53 

Michael 21 

Elisabeth 18 

Sarah 16 

Hare,  Robert 17 

Negroes,  12. 

Durbin,  Averiller 17 

Dilling,  Larrance 27 

Catherene 24 

Dilling,  Gorge 40 

Marther 30 

John 6 

Edward 5 

Robberd 3 

Hannah 2  months 

Baker,  Nicolis. . . ; 28 

Agnes 23 

Josaway 14 

Hare,  James 11 

Trame  (Frame?)  John 19 

Stareman,  Alisabeth 11 

Harbet,  Benjamin 53 

Grase 58 

Benjamin 23 

Hall,  Rebecah 21 

Savage,  Gorge 30 


192 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


Ages 

Burten,  Jane 62 

]Mar>' 38 

GifFeth,  Hannah 25 

Culber,  Levy 3 

Gallion,  John 25 

Mary 56 

Mathew 34 

Hughs,  Elie  (EHel?) 9 

Cussans,  John 3 

Megill,  \Vm 42 

Elisabeth 26 

John 5 

Mary i 

Ars,  John 22 

Negro,  I. 

Cummans,  PhiUip 66 

Sarah  ("Cummins") 54 

John  ("Cummins") 23 

Casandra  ("Cummins") 20 

Benjamin  ("Cummins") 19 

Sammuel  ("Cummins") 17 

Andrew  ("Cummins") 13 

Patterson,  Gorge 27 

Gardener,  Elexander 26 

Negroes,  12. 

Goseph,  Barns 45 

Anderson,  Charles 42 

Mar>' 42 

Daniel 19 

Grase 18 

Sarah 16 

Charles 13 

Richard ' 11 

James 9 

Wm 7 

Amous 4 

Perry,  Thomas 56 


Ages 

Margret 32 

Sarah 11 

Jane 9 

Thomas 6 

Wm 4 

Peter i 

Donohue,  Danniel 33 

Judd,  Wm 34 

Ann 34 

Wm 6 

Daniel 4 

Saran  and  Jane 3 

Deaver,  Aquillar 15 

Gilbert,  Parker 36 

Elisabeth 37 

Sarah 10 

Parker 8 

Gidian 7 

Michael 4 

Prissiller I 

Negroes,  2. 

Smith,  Benjamin 30 

Mary 26 

Mary 21 

Sarah I 

Greandland,  Richard 32 

Homes,  Merear 21 

Gilbert,  Michael 42 

Mary 36 

Aquiller 18 

James 16 

Sarah 14 

Michael 10 

Mathew 8 

Wm 5 

Amous 2 

Negroes,  4. 

Biards,  James 33 


SUSQUEHANNAH   HUNDRED 


193 


Ages 

Casander 24 

Jane 3 

Rachel 8  months 

"at  Harison  Thomases  Quorter." 

Harris,  Joseph 23 

Negroes,  20. 

Mohon,  Wm 39 

Jane 37 

Ann 13 

Cathron 1 1 

Martha 9 

John 7 

Wm 2 

Hadaway,  Richard 40 

Sarah 26 

Hargrove,  Richard 35 

Rachel 30 

Ruth 4 

Casandra 4  months 

Hambelton,  George 9 

Knight,  David 49 

David 21 


Ages 

Ezekel 7 

Green,  Elisabeth 30 

Spenser,  Heanary 50 

Agnes 46 

James 21 

John 19 

Jare 17 

Cathron 15 

Heanary 12 

Agnes 10 

Thomas 8 

Wm 7 

Sarah 5 

Lenard 4 

Mary 3 

Elisabeth  &  Ruth i" 

Gorrel,  Abraham 50 

West,  James 40 

Ann 33 

Mary 14 

Heanary 11 

Ann 8 

James 6 

Sarah i 


Mary. 
John. 


13     Pritchard,  Obidiah,  Sr.  Black . 
9         Stephen  


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15 

The  Number  of  The  inhabitance  Taken  in  ye  Susquehana  Hundred  in 
the  year  1776  is  1581 — the  white  People  is  1300 — the  negros  is  281 — 1581. 

Harford  County  S'.  7  Day  January  1777  Then  Came  Charles  Gilbert 
before  me  the  Suscriber  one  of  the  Justices  of  the  Peace  for  the  aforesaid 
County  &  made  Oath  on  the  Holy  Evangelist  of  Allmighty  God  that 
the  above  List  is  a  True  account  of  the  Number  of  Inhabitants  of  Susque- 
hannah  Hundred  as  Given  into  me  to  the  Best  of  his  Knowledge  Sworn 
to  Before  me 

J.  Beale  Howard 

NB.  He  further  makes  Oath  that  he  was  Ten  Days  taking  the  above 
List  of  Inhabitants,  before  J.  B.  Howard. 


14 


194  MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 

A  List  of  the  Inhabitants  of  Harford  Co^Y; 
taken  in   1776. 

Whites  Blacks 

Spesutia  lower  Hundred 790  650 

Do.      upper     Do 767  340 

Harford  lower  Hundred 415  352 

Do.      upper     Do 548  194 

Susquehanna  Hundred 1,300  281 

Bush  River  lower  Hundred 658  275 

Do.           upper     Do 623  77 

Deer  Creek  lower  Hundred 460  374 

Do.            upper     Do 960  122 

Eden  Hundred i  ,008  108 

Broad  Creek  Hundred 318  24 

Gun  Powder  lower  Hundred 683  331 

Do.             upper     Do 893  214 

Total  12,  765— 9,423  3,342 

NB.  The  List  of  David  Sweeney  of  Broad  Creek  Hundred,  could  not 
be  obtained  during  the  time  of  the  sitting  of  the  Committee,  when  got, 
was  not  proved  could  not  assertain  the  time  he  was  taking  the  List, 
but  agreed  to  take  Twenty  Shillings  for  his  Trouble  which  was  paid 
by  AG— . 


QUEEN  ANN'S  COUNTY 


Queen  Anns  County,  Town  Hundred,  Census 
of  1776, 

It  should  be  noted  that  this  original  enumeration  places  the  oldest 
persons  first  and  classes  them  as  "Above  21"  and  they  are  here  designated 
as  "a";  "b"  means  "Between  16  and  21";  "c"  means  "Between  12 
and  16";  "d"  means  "Under  12,"  and  "e"  means  "Total."  "x" 
means  "White  males"  and  "z"  means  "White  females";  "n"  means 
"Blacks." 

' ' Heads  of  Families" : 

Anderson,  For  Doctor  James,  34  n. 
Anderson,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez;i5  n. 
Arescott,  Richard,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  ex,  i  cz — 3  ex,  2  ez;   2  n. 
Adkey,  Nathan,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  I  ez. 
Austin,  Absalom,  i  ax,  2  ex,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 
Ashley,  Thomas,  i  £ix,  i  bz — i  ex,  i  ez;  2  n. 
Burrell,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 
Boots,  Nathaniel,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 
Brown,  W"".,  Mason,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez;   7  n. 
Boots,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez;    in. 
Barber,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Betts,  Hezekiah,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  dz — 5  ex,  4  ez;   9  n. 
Blervet,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  cz,  3  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 
Burchanall,  Jeremiah,  I  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  dz — 3  ex,  5  ez;   3  n. 
Bateman,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 
Benton,  John,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  dx,  3  dz — 6  ex,  4  ez;    15  n. 
Brown,  John,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  cz — 2  ex,  3  ez;  38  n. 
Byrn,  Mary,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  4  dx — 5  ex,  4  ez;    12  n. 
Bateman,  James,  "Taylor,"  I  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  i  dx,  3  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez;  2  n. 
Boots,  Jacob,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  2  dz — 2  ex;   i  ex,  4  ez;    i  n. 
Brown,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;    13  n. 
Benton,  Ninson,  3  ax,  2  az — 3  ex,  2  ez;    13  n. 
Benton,  Ninson,  Junr.,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz — 7  ex,  3  ez. 
Benton,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  2  ez;   3  n. 
Brown,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  4  dx — 7  ex,  3  ez;    17  n. 
Burk,  David,  Schoolmaster. 
Betts,  Solomon,  2  ax,  3  az. 

Bolton,  George,  i  ax,  l  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  i  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  5  ez;  in. 

197 


j8       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN  ANN'S   COUNTY 

Bateman,  Michael,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  ex,  I  cz,  i  dz — 4  ex,  5  ez. 

Bustles,  John,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

Butler,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Benson,  Mary,  2  az,  2  dx,  I  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Bennett,  Jean,  i  az,  i  dz — 2  ez. 

Colvin,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Corbert,  Isaac,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Certain,  William,  I  ax — i  ex;   2  n. 

Chatham,  Elizabeth,  2  az,  i  bz — 3  ez;  9  n. 

Cossin,  Asel,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez,  I  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  5  ez. 

Coleman,  Roger,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  i  cz,  3  dx,  2  dz — 7  ex,  4  ez. 

Cavillare,  Charles,  2  ax — "4  ex,  2  ez";   i  n. 

Carson,  Robert,  I  ax,  i  az,  I  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Comegys,  John,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  4  dz — 6  ex,  9  ez. 

Comegys,  Sarah,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  dz — I  ex,  2  ez;    in. 

Coppage,  Philemon,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  2  dx — 4  ex,  2  ez;  5  n. 

Chavies,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  az,  3  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  3  ez;   2  n. 

Conner,  Sech,  8  n. 

Carmichael,  William,  14  n. 

Carmichael,  Walter,  3  ax,  i  az,  I  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  2  ez;   24  n. 

Coleman,  William,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  ex,  2  dx — 7  ex,  I  ez. 

Carmon,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Cohee,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Coleman,  Derias,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  dx,  I  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Cunningham,  Thos.,  I  ax,  i  az,  3  bz,  i  dx — 2  ex,  4  ez;   i  n. 

Cox,  John,  I  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx — 4  ex,  I  ez;  3  n. 

Coursey,  Thomas,  "For,"  5  n. 

Cavinder,  Nathl.,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Comer,  William,  i  ax,  2  az — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Carson,  Mary,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  2  dz — i  ex,  5  ez. 

Davis,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  l  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Dudley,  Abner,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx — 7  ex,  2  ez;  5  n. 

Demster,  John,  I  ax,  I  bz — i  ex,  i  ez;   i  n. 

Dixon,  James,  I  ax,  2  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez;   6  n. 

Demster, ,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dx,  3  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez;    in. 

Dunkin,  Robert,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  dz — i  ex,  4  ez. 
Downey,  Thomas,  Junr.,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  3  dx — 5  ex,  2  ez. 
Dwericks,  Valentine,  2  ax,  2  az,  3  dx,  3  dz — 5  ex,  5  ez;   8  n. 
Deford,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;   in. 
Dawson,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  dz — I  ex,  2  ez. 
Duglass,  William,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  ex,  i  ez — 2  ex,  2  ez. 
Downey,  Thomas,  Sr.,  2  ax,  2  ciz,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 


TOWN   HUNDRED  199 

Dailey,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  i  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Dailey,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 

Dyer,  Peter,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  I  cz,  2  dx,  i  dz — 6  ex,  3  ez. 

Downey,  Valentine,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Downey,  Patrick,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Dean,  Capt.  John,  2  ax — 2  ex. 

Dene,  Christopher,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Deford,  James,  I  ax,  i  az,  3  dx — 4  ex,  i  ez. 

Downey,  Tabitha,  2  az,  2  dx,  3  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 

Deavinish,  Elizabeth,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Deford,  William,  Sr.,  I  ax,  2  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez. 

Dempster,  Rachel,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Dodo,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Elliott,  Rebeckah,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez;    10  n. 

Ezgate,  Valentine,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  dz — i  ex,  4  ez. 

Eavins,  Jonathan,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  I  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Eareckson,  James,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx — 3  ex,  3  ez;  3  n. 

Foreman,  Arthur,  Junr.,  i  ax,  3  az,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez;   7  n. 

Ford,  Daniel,  Sr.,  i  ax,  2  az,  3  bx,  2  ex — 6  ex,  2  ez;   in. 

Ford,  Daniel,  Junr.,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  dx — 4  ex,  2  ez. 

Foreman,  John,  Jr.,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  3  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez. 

Ford,  Isaac,  Sr.,  i  kx,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;  2  n. 

Foreman,  John,  Sr.,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  2  dx,  i  dz — 5  ex,  4  ez;   12  n. 

Ferrell,  Edmond,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   9  n. 

Foreman,  Arthur,  son  of  Arthur,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  2  dx,  i  dz — 5  ex,  2  ez. 

Falconer,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz— 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Farbush,'Jean,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Gestes,  George,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

George,  Bartlett,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   2  n. 

Gould,  Benjn.,  Esqr.,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  i  dz — 5  ex, 

4.  ez:  5  n. 
Gafford,  John,  Senr.,  4  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  3  dz — 7  ex,  7  ez; 

2  n. 
Graves,  Matthew,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Gooding,  James,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  2  dx,  i  dz — 6  ex,  5  ez;  25  n. 
Gafford,  John,  Junr.,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  2  ez. 
Glandin,  Nathan,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 
Gordin,  Peter,  Junr.,  2  az,  i  bx,  I  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez. 
Gould,  Richard,  3  ax,  I  az,  i  dz— 3  ex,  2  ez;   11  n. 
Gafford,  Sarah,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz^4  ex,  3  ez;  5  n. 
Graves,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz — 6  ex,  4  ez. 
Gafford,  Valentine,  i  ax,  2  az,  4  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  4  ez. 


200       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN   ANN'S   COUNTY 

Gregory,  William,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  6  dx,  i  dz — 9  ex,  2  ez. 

Gray,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  cz,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

Gafford,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Greenwood,  William,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

Garnett,  William,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  dz — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Games,  Stephen,  3  n. 

Graves,  Elener,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dx — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Hopkins,  Thos.  Sawyer,  6  n. 

Herring,  Edward,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  3  ez. 

Hopkins,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Hastings,  George,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez;   6  n. 

Harris,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az,  4  dx — 5  ex,  I  ez;   in. 

Holding,  Riehard,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 

Hackett,  John,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;   12  n. 

Horsley,  Richard,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

Hackett,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  3  dz — 4  ex,  7  ez;   16  n. 

Holding,  John,  Junr.,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  3  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez. 

Hunt,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  dz — I  ex,  2  ez. 

Hackett,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  ex,  2  dx,  4  dz — 4  ex,  6  ez ;   11  n. 

Hammond,  Elizabeth,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Hollingsworth,  W"°.,  i  ax,  I  az,  4  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  3  ez. 

Harbitt,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Hollingsworth,  Jas.,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Hawkins,  Matthew,  2  ax — 2  ex;  4  n. 

Hales,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Hall,  Jonathan,  2  ax,  I  az,  I  bz,  I  ex,  i  ez — 3  ex,  3  ez;  4  n. 

Hudson,  Walter,  2  ax,  i  az,  3  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

Hinds,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Johnson,  Hance,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  l  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — 6  ex,  2  ez. 

Johnson,  John,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  I  dx — 4  ex,  i  ez. 

Johnson,  George,  2  ax,  i  az — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Jacobs,  Henry,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Jones,  Robert,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Jackson,  Stafford,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Jones,  John  Taylor,  2  ax,  i  az — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Jackson,  Samuel,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx — 4  ex,  2  ez. 

Kiekman,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;   in. 

Kemp,  John,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  I  ez. 

Kent,  Emanuel,  4  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx — 6  ex,  2  ez;   23  n. 

Lamdin,  Francis,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez. 

Linzy,  Edward,  l  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 

Lee,  Oinson,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 


TOWN   HUNDRED  201 

Lee,  William,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Lary,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Lambert,  Robert,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Lee,  Rachel,  2  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx — 5  ex,  3  ez. 

Leek,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Lang,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

M'^Clane,  John,  i  ax,  i  ex,  i  dx — 3  ex. 

M.Coy,  Alice,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez;   5  n. 

Maxwell,  Alexander,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  2  dx — 4  ex,  i  ez;  2  n. 

Moreland,  Henry,  i  ax,  4  dx — 5  ex. 

M'^Cskiming,  Enen,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  I  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

MC  gonegill,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez;   in. 

Marsh,  Thomas,  I  ax — i  ex;   24  n. 

Mumford,  John,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez;   2  n. 

Moaner,  Timothy,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz — 4  ex,  2  ez. 

Mountseer,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  dz — i  ex,  4  ez. 

Mand  [[?]],  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 

More,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

M'Clannahan,  Samuel,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Milburn,  William,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  I  ez. 

Mooney,  Patrick,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  I  ex — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

Morse,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   in. 

Meridith,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dx,  3  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez;   7  n. 

Milbey,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez;   5  n. 

Meeds,  Francis,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx — i  ex,  2  ez. 

MC  ginnis,  John,  i  az — I  ez.     ^Original  record  places  these  in  female 

column.] 
Merphey,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 
Mold,  Walter,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

M'Clannahan,  Elizabeth,  2  az,  i  ex,  2  cz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  5  ez;   in. 
Meeds,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  2  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 
Massey,  W".  Clark,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez;  2  n. 
Nabb,  Sarah,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 
Neronam,  Daniel,  2  ax,  3  az,  2  ex,  4  dx — 8  ex,  3  ez;   i  n. 
Nevil,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  3  dx,  i  dz — 5  ex,  2  ez;  3  n. 
Neronam,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez. 

Neronam,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez. 
Nerol,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  4  ez. 
Nevil,  Walter,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  I  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez;   3  n. 
Neronam,  William,  I  ax,  2  az,  2  cz,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  6  ez. 
Nicholson,  For  Joseph,  Jr.,  7  n. 
Nevil,  Sarah,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 


202       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN   ANN'S   COUNTY 

Owings,  John,  i  ax,  i  bz — l  ex,  i  ez. 

Offley,  Vinson,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;   in. 

Offley,  Benton,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Offley,  John,  2  ax,  i  bz,  I  ex — 3  ex,  I  ez. 

Price,  Margarett,*  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Purse,  Gabriel,  I  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Plummer,  Rizdon,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez;   3  n. 

Preston,  Rachel,  i  ax,  3  az,  3  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  I  dx,  I  dz — 7  ex,  5  ez;  3  n. 

Pinder,  Edward,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  dx — 6  ex,  3  ez;   2  n. 

Primrose,  George,  I  ax,  i  bx,  i  cz — 2  ex,  i  ez;   7  n. 

Ponder,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Primrose,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  dx,  I  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez;   6  n. 

Peacock,  Robert,  i  ax,  l  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Peacock,  J  ohn,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Price,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Pryor,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  5  dx — 6  ex,  i  ez;   7  n. 

Perrarone,  Thomas,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bz,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

Pinder,  William,  i  ax,  I  ex — 2  ex;   in. 

Pope,  Samuel,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Perraron,  George  Hy,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   in. 

Ponder,  William,  Jr.,  i  ax,  i  az — I  ex,  i  ez. 

Price,  Margarett,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  cz — i  ex,  4  ez. 

Poolley,  Sarah,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Permar,  James,  l  ax,  I  bz,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Ponder,  William,  Senr.,  i  ax,  i  bz — i  ex,  i  ez;   i  n. 

Quimby,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  i  dz — 4  ex,  2  ez. 

Ricords,  William,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Rigby,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Ruth,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez;    in. 

Reed,  Francis,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  3  ez. 

Roberts,  David,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  l  dz — 3  ex,  4  ez;  4  n. 

Rochester,  Elizabeth,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez;   7  n. 

Rippeth,  James,  i  ax,  l  az,  i  bx,  3  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

Roberts,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  2  dz — 6  ex,  4  ez;   11  n. 

Ruth,  John  (Smith),  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez;  4  n. 

Roseberry,  James,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  3  dx,  i  dz — 6  ex,  5  ez. 

Ruth,  John  (of  Tho=),  2  ax,  i  az — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Rochester,  Mary,  2  az,  i  bx — i  ex,  2  ez;   2  n. 

Rogers,  Nathan,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx,  4  dz — 4  ex,  7  ez. 

Reed,  Samuel,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez. 

*  Following  "Margarett"  appears  to  be  "R''  Livr"  or  "R'i  Sior"  or  "R''  Senr." 


TOWN    HUNDRED  203 

Ralph,  Stephen,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  cz,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 
Reed,  WilHam,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — 5  ex,  3  ez;   in. 
Rouse,  John,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  dx,  2  dz — 5  ex,  6  ez;    in. 
Rochester,  WilHam,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 
Rochester,  Francis,  Jn^,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx — 4  ex, 

3  ez;    10  n. 
Roser,  John,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 
Rochester,  Francis,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz — 4  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 
Syllavin,  Sarah,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 
Sparks,  W'°.  of  Ja^,  l  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 
Sparks,  Solomon,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 
Smith,  Josiah,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  3  dz — 4  ex,  6  ez. 
Sparks,  Abner,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  2  dx — 6  ex,  i  ez. 
Smith,  Daniel,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 
Smith,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 
Sparks,  Edward,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  cz,  i  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez. 
Spry,  Francis,  2  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 
Stephans,  George,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx,  3  dz — 3  ex,  5  ez. 
Smith,  Henry,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez;    in. 
Sutton,  John,  2  ax,  i  az,  5  dx,  i  dz — 7  ex,  2  ez;   5  n. 
Smith,  James,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  2  cz,  i  dx — 3  ex,  4  ez;    in. 
Sudler,  Joseph,  2  ax,  i  az,  l  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez;    11  n. 
Sparks,  John,  J oyn'.,  i  ax,  I  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 
Sparks,  James  F.,*  i  ax,  I  az,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  2  ez. 
Sparks,  Caleb,  Sen'.,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  2  cz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 6  ex,  5  ez. 
Seney,  John,  Esq'.,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  ex,  i  dx — 6  ex,  i  ez;    11  n. 
Spry,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 
Sparks,  John,  Long,t  3  ax,  i  dx — 4  ex;   6  n. 
Sparks,  John,  T.,t  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  cz,  4  dx — 5  ex,  4  ez. 
Smith,  Thomas,  Weaver,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 
Smith,  James,  Tayler,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  dz — i  ex,  3  ez;  2  n. 
Soott,  Edward,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  3  dz — 6  ex,  6  ez; 

3n. 
Serrell,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 
Sparks,  Levi,  i  ax — i  ex;   7  n. 

Sparks,  Millenton,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  I  cz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 
Seney,  Nevil,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez;    in. 
Sparks,  Nathan,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  3  ex,  4  dx,  3  dz — 8  ex,  6  ez. 
Snail,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

*  Written  "James  Sparks,  F." 
t  Written  "John  Sparks,  Long." 
t  Written  "John  Sparks,  T." 


204       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN   ANN'S   COUNTY 

Syllavin,  Sarah,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 

Sudler  [Seidler?],  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx — 3  ex,  3  ez;   15  n. 

Seward,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  ex,  i  dx — 5  ex,  I  ez. 

Sparks,  Mary,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  I  ex — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Sparks,  W"".  of  B.,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  dx,  4  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 

Smith,  Hannah,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 

Sparks,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  ez,  i  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  6  ez. 

Sparks,  J  onas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ez,  5  dx,  2  dz — 6  ex,  4  ez. 

Stoops,  David,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz — 2  ex,  i  ez;  2  n. 

Sparks,  Vinson,  i  ax,  I  a^,  2  dx — 3  ex,  i  ez. 

Sudler,  John,  3  ax,  I  az,  i  dx,  3  dz — 4  ex,  4  ez;  9  n. 

Seney,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  3  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 

Smith,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Sharadine,  Moses,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ez,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  3  ez. 

Scott,  William,  i  ax,  i  az — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Scean  [Seean?],  Elizabeth,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  ez — 3  ez. 

Sparks,  Julyanna,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  cz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez. 

Sparks,  William  (of  W".),  I  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  2  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

Scott,  Absalom,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  i  cz,  l  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  5  ez. 

Turnier,  George,  I  ax,  I  az,  i  cz,  2  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Thomas,  Edward,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  ex,  2  cz,  i  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  5  ez. 

Tilghman,  For  Edward,  6  n. 

Tittle,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  ex — 5  ex,  i  ez. 

Thompson,  Samuel,  i  ax,  2  az,  2  dz — i  ex,  4  ez;   12  n. 

Thompson,  John,  3  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ez,  3  dz — 4  ex,  6  ez;  29  n. 

Thompson,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  ex,  2  dx,  3  dz — 6  ex,  4  ez. 

Tilghman,  Richard  y*  4"",  3  ax,  2  az,  i  dz — 3  ex,  3  ez;  25  n. 

Taylor,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dx — 3  ex,  I  ez;   in. 

Taylor,  Ninan,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Thompson,  Richard,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Taylor,  Elizebeth,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  dx — 3  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 

Tippins,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dz — I  ex,  3  ez;   3  n. 

Turner,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Taylor,  Ruth,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dz — i  ex,  2  ez. 

Voice,  Ezabela,  i  az,  i  ex — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Wright,  Edward,  I  ax,  i  az,  I  ex,  i  ez,  2  dx,  i  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez;  5  n. 

Wells,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  dx,  3  dz — 5  ex,  5  ez. 

Wiggins,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  2  dx,  3  dz — 4  ex,  5  ez. 

Wiggins,  Charles,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  I  dx — 5  ex,  2  ez;  5  n. 

Willson,  George,  i  ax,  I  bz — i  ex,  i  ez. 

Williamson,  George,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ez,  i  dx — 3  ex,  2  ez. 

Wiekes,  Joseph,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz — 4  ex,  3  ez;   in. 


UPPER  HUNDRED  205 

Whittington,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx — 2  ex,  i  ez;  6  n. 

\\'ickes,  Matthew,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex — 3  ex,  3  ez;  2  n. 

Williams,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  dx,  3  dz — 2  ex,  4  ez. 

Wilkinson,  Thos.  (Mast^),  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bx — 2  ex,  i  ez. 

Wiggins,  Elizabeth,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bz,  I  dx — 3  ex,  3  ez. 

Wiggins,  Ebenezer,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez. 

Ware,  James,  2  ax,  i  bz,  i  dz — 2  ex,  2  ez;   in. 

Wickes,  Simon,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  dx,  4  dz — 4  ex,  6  ez;   8  n. 

Willson,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dz — i  ex,  3  ez. 

White,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  dz — i  ex,  4  ez. 

Wadkins,  Eloner,  i  az,  i  ex — i  ex,  I  ez. 

Williss,  Mary,  2  az,  2  dz — 4  ez. 

Wieley,  Epheraim,  i  ax,  I  az,  3  dz — i  ex,  4  ez. 

Young,  William,  3  ax,  3  az,  i  bx — 6  ex,  3  ez;   4  n.     [2  ex  omitted  by 

enumerator.] 
Warner,  Mary,  i  n. 
Straglers,  9  ax,  2  az. 
Totals,  388  ax,  377  az,  86  bx,  90  bz,  123  ex,  74  cz,  340  dx,  331  dz — 

931  ex,  860  ez;   800  n. 

Sept^  22<*.  1776  Mark  Benton  made  Oath  that  according  to  the  Account 
given  by  the  different  House  Keepers  and  from  the  best  Information 
he  has  been  able  to  procure  the  above  is  a  true  List  of  the  Number  of 
Persons  in  Town  Hundred  except  a  few  Indians. 

Sworn  before     Turbutt  Wright. 


Queen  Anns  County,  Upper  Hundred,  Kent 
Island,  Census  of  1776, 

"A  List  of  Inhabitants  in  the  uper  Hundred  Kent  Island  taken  by  me 
the  Subscriber  by  Vertue  of  a  Warrant  Granted  by  the  Committee  of 
Observation  for  Queen  Anns  County  for  that  Purpose  Dated  the  22*'' 
day  of  July,  1776." 

This  Census  is  written  upon  one  sheet  13V4"  X  1672"-  "Above  21 
years"  is  indicated  by  "a";  "b"  means  "Between  16  and  21";  "e" 
means  "Between  12  and  16  yrs.";  "d"  means  "Under  12  yrs."  "x" 
means  White  males;  "z"  means  White  females,  "n"  means  "Total 
Blacks,"  or  "Blacks." 
"House  Keepers  Names": 

Emory,  Arthur  (Black),  3  an,  2  bn,  i  en,  i  dn — females  2  an,  2  dn; 
II  n. 


2o6       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN  ANN'S   COUNTY 

Sneed,  Richard,  i  ax,  2  ex,  2  dx,  i  dz. 

Wells,  Tobias,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  i  cz;    17  n. 

Jeffers,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Jeffery,  Beck  (Black),  5  dn — females,  i  an,  i  bn,  2  en;  9  n. 

Waters,  Susanh,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  dz;   6  n. 

Stevens,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  2  dx,  3  dz;   9  n. 

Brion,  John,  i  ax,  3  az,  3  dx,  i  dz. 

Toyner,  Asalum,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dx. 

Toyner,  Absalum,  Junr.,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  3  dz. 

Benton,  Franson,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  dx. 

Deoachbrume,  Lues,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  dz;   9  n. 

WoUyhand,  Fransis,  I  ax,  3  az,  3  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz. 

Osbond,  Samuel,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dx. 

Collear,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 

Tanner,  Phillemon,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  ez — 2  n. 

Joyner,  William,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz. 

Robson,  Elizebeth,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dz. 

Goodhand,  James,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  dz — 4  n. 

Chambers,  Richard,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  ex — i  n. 

Chambers,  Richard,  Jnr.,  i  ax,  I  az,  3  dz — 3  n. 

Lanch,  Samuel,  i  az — 3  n.     [No  white  males  enumerated.^ 

Wilson,  Rebecca,  2  az — 8  n. 

Joyner,  Dobs,  2  ax,  2  az,  I  bx,  I  dz — I  n. 

Wright,  James,  3  ax,  3  az,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  cz,  3  dx,  2  dz — 2  n. 

Richardson,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  3  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  2  dx,  i  dz — 7  n. 

Welch,  J  ames,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  2  dz. 

Ringgold,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz — 17  n. 

Barnet,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex. 

Brown,  Edward,  3  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 9  n. 

Maradeth,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz — i  n. 

Greanwhich,  Beck  (Black),  3  n. 

Goodhand,  Marmaduke,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz,  2  dx,  2  dz — 13  n. 

Goodhand,  Letitia,  i  ax,  2  az — 4  n. 

Mason,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  ex,  i  dz — i  n. 

Hampton,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  dx — I  n. 

Brawn,  Aquila,  i  ax,  3  az,  3  dx,  4  dz — 8  n. 

Blunt,  Labin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ez,  3  dx,  2  dz. 

Shney  [?j],  Sara,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ez — 3  n. 

Smyth,  William,  2  ax — 3  n. 

Rouse,  Sara,  i  az,  I  dz. 

Hutchings,  James,  14  ax,  2  az,  I  dx — 25  n. 

Sinners,  Charles,  i  ax,  i  az. 


UPPER  HUNDRED  207 

Coger,  Samuel  (Black),  9  n. 

Stevens,  William,  2  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz — 5  n. 

Sudler,  Emory,  2  ax — 12  n. 

Downey,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  i  dz. 

Molds  [Motds?],  Dannil,  i  ax,  i  dx. 

Grigg,  Richard,  2  ax,  i  az. 

Jones,  Abner,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  5  dz. 

Horn,  Elizebeth,  3  az,  i  ex,  i  dz — 4  n. 

Sinners,  J  ames,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx. 

Totals,  69  ax,  71  az,  12  bx,  4  bz,  15  ex,  11  cz,  45  dx,  49  dz — 209  n. 

Prise,  Thomas,  2  ax,  2  az,  2  ex,  i  dx,  i  dz — i  n. 

Sneed,  Moses,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  dx,  2  dz — 4  n. 

Hand,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Tannar,  Benjaman,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  dx. 

Faulkner,  Gilbert,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz. 

Wilson,  Thomas  (Black),  4  n. 

Flamer,  John  (Black),  5  n. 

Greanwhich,  Sheary  (Black),  16  n. 

Aleway,  Thomas,  i  ax,  i  az — 2  n. 

Whefing  [?],  Nath,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz. 

Webb,  Harry,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  dx,  3  dz. 

Downey,  William,  i  ax. 

Tucker,  James,  i  ax,  i  az. 

Tolson,  Alexander,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  4  dx — 3  n. 

Bright,  Fransis,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  2  cz,  i  dx — 8  n. 

Kingsbury,  Gabriel,  2  ax,  I  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz — 10  n. 

Bright,  Ann,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  dx — 4  n. 

Watters,  John,  i  ax,  i  dx — 8  n. 

Watters,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  cz,  2  dx,  3  dz — 9  n. 

Richardson,  Benjamin,  Junr.,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dz — 9  n. 

Wilson,  Richard  (Black),  i  an,  2  en,  i  dn — females,  I  an,  i  bn,  i  dn — 

7  n. 
Macconikin,  Elias,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  cz — 13  n. 
Kirby,  Benjamin,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  3  dx,  i  dz — 7  n. 
Wilson,  James  (Black),  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx — 4  n. 
Goodhand,  Nathaniel,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  dx,  i  dz — 4  n. 
Barnes,  Thomas,  Junr.,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  i  dx,  2  dz — 11  n. 
Barns,  Thomas,  2  ax,  i  az — 6  n. 
Surcom,  Thomas,  3  ax,  3  az. 
Grainger,  Martin,  i  ax,  2  az,  I  dx,  3  dz. 
Weaver,  William,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  dx,  2  dz. 


2o8       MARYLAND   RECORDS— QUEEN  ANN'S   COUNTY 

Spurry,  John,  l  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  l  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  i  dz. 

Carter,  Richard,  3  ax,  3  az — 12  n. 

Carter,  Arthur,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  cz,  i  dx,  4  dz — 7  n. 

Baxter,  Thomas,  I  ax,  i  £iz,  3  dx,  2  dz;   2  n. 

Harper,  Samuel,  I  ax,  i  az,  3  dx,  3  dz. 

Lucis,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  dx,  3  dz. 

Greanwhich,  James  (Black),  i  an — females,  2  an,  I  bn;  4  n. 

Macconichin,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  dx;   2  n. 

Baxter,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  dx;   11  n. 

Hoxter,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz,  i  dx,  3  dz. 

Legg,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  cz,  2  dx,  i  dz. 

Hoxter,  Ann,  2  az,  i  dx,  3  dz. 

Legg,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  5  dx. 

Legg,  John,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  dx. 

Legg,  Mathew,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  3  dx,  2  dz;   13  n. 

Finnix,  Andrew,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  dz;   I  n. 

Watters,  Robert,  2  ax,  I  az,  3  dz;  7  n. 

Wright,  Greenbutt,  i  ax;   5  n. 

Ringgold,  Jacob,  i  ax,  I  bz,  l  dx;   il  n. 

Brink  [Burk?],  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bz,  3  dx,  i  dz;   3  n. 

Greanwhich,  Rachael  (Black),  i  dx — females,  i  an,  i  dn;   3  n. 

Crick,  Elizabeth,  2  dx,  i  az. 

Totals,  52  ax,  48  az,  10  bx,  13  bz,  13  ex,  9  cz,  55  dx,  53  dz;   216  n. 

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of  the  Number  of  persons  in  the  upper  hundred  of  Kent  Island. 

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TALBOTT  COUNTY 


Talbott  County,  Bay  Hundred,  Census  of  1776, 

"Talb'Co'y.  Sc'. 

Upon  the  S"*.  day  of  September  1776,  James  Earl 
Denny  maketh  Oath  on  the  holy  evangels  of  Almighty  God  that  this  & 
the  following  pages  beginning  with  No.  I  and  ending  No.  4  is  a  just  & 
true  List  which  contains  all  the  inhabitants  in  Bay  hundred  to  the  best 
of  his  knowledge — Except  those  who  were  inlisted  in  the  flying  Camp. 

J.  S.  Gibson." 
Symbols  Used: 

"a"  means  "Above  50  years";  "b"  means  "Between  16  and  50"; 
"c"  means  "Under  16,"  "x"  means  "White  males,"  "z"  means  "White 
females";  "m"  means  "Black  males,"  "f"  means  "Black  females." 
In  a  few  instances  "n"  is  used  for  "Negro,"  without  specification  in 
combinations. 

Thus  the  third  line  means  2  white  males  between  16  and  50,  i  white 
female  between  16  and  50;  3  white  males  under  16,  i  white  female  under 
16;  I  black  female  between  16  and  50.  Blacks  follow  the  "  ;"  and  at 
end  of  the  line.     ["  Grace  Nathaniel,"  illustration.] 

Woulds,  James,  I  bx,  i  bz,  4  cz. 

Dodson,  Thomas,  i  bx,  i  bz,  4  ex,  3  cz. 

Grace,  Nathaniel,  2  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz;   i  bf. 

Benson,  Perry,  l  bx,  i  bz,  7  ex,  3  cz;    i  cf. 

Benson,  Nicholas,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Chezum,  Dan'.,  i  bx,  l  bz;   i  cm. 

Hoithley  [Keithley?],  James,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Harrington,  Rich"*.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Thomlinson,  Thom^,  2  bx,  3  bz,  2  cz. 

Nuols,  Mary,  4  bz;    i  am,  i  bm,  3  bf. 

Townsend,  Thom^,  2  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  i  cz. 

Vinton,  Solomon,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Love,  Thorn ^,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz. 

Ashcraft,  Thom^,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz. 

Harrison,  James,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz. 

Tenant,  Mable,  i  az,  i  bz,  3  ex. 

Bromwell,  Mary,  I  az,  i  bx,  I  bz. 

Blades,  John,  i  az,  2  bx,  I  bz,  6  ex;    i  af. 

Glieve,  George,  2  bx,  i  bz. 

Hopkins,  John  Johnnings,  2  bx,  4  ex,  i  cz;    i  bm,  i  bf,  2  cm,  I  cf. 


2i8  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

Royal,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex. 

Brown,  Peter,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  ex,  2  ez. 

Howes,  James,  I  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez. 

Wales,  Rob'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  3  cz. 

Bouff,  John,  I  af,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez. 

Lenard  [Lenards?]],  Jonathan,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez. 

Hopkins,  W"".,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez. 

RoUe  [Molle?],  John,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz;   3  bm,  2  bf,  6  em,  2  ef. 

Richardson,  Dan'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  ez;    i  bf. 

Hambleton,  W"".,  Jun^,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez;   3  bm,  5  bf,  3  em,  2  cf. 

Viekers,  Charles,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez. 

Applegirth,  Robert,  i  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  2  ez. 

Ledenham,  Nathaniel,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex. 

Barrow,  James,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez;   i  bm,  i  em,  i  ef. 

Greenfield,  EHzabeth,  i  bz,  2  ex. 

Porter,  Joseph,  2  bx,  i  bz,  4  ex,  i  ez;    i  bm,  i  ef. 

Porter,  John,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  6  ex,  i  ez. 

Hall,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  1  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz. 

Sherwood,  Phillimon,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  ez;   2  af,  i  bf,  2  em,  i  cf. 

Spencer,  Phillimon,  2  bx,  3  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz;   i  bm,  i  bf,  i  ef. 

Caultz,  James,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Rimmer  (?),  James,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  4  ez. 

Porter,  Jane,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ez. 

Cummings,  Mary,  3  bz,  i  ex,  3  ez. 

Ringrose  [Kingrose?^,  Aaron,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz. 

Sinclare,  Sawney,  i  ax,  3  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  ez. 

Winters,  Jonathan,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;   i  bf,  2  ef. 

Horney,  John,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  2  ez. 

Porter,  Hewes,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez. 

Lambden,  Wrightson,  i  bx,  i  bz;   i  bm,  2  bf,  3  cm,  i  cf. 

Spencer,  Joseph,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex;    i  bm,  i  bf,  i  cm. 

Edgar,  Adam,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 

Hills,  Elizabeth,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  ez. 

Daves,  Will"".,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex;    i  cf. 

Daffin,  Charles,  i  bx,  3  bz;   i  af,  11  bm,  8  bf,  i  cm,  5  ef. 

Dawson,  George,  i  bx;   2  bm,  2  bf,  2  cm. 

Morsal,  James,  i  ax,  3  bz;   3  bm,  2  bf,  4  cm,  2  ef. 

Wrightson,  James,  Jun'.,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez;    l  bm,  2  bf,  I  ef. 

Haddaway,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Wrightson,  Jonathan,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez. 

Cummings,  Thomas,  Jun^,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez. 

Cummings,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 


BAY   HUNDRED  219 

Kersey,  John,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz;   5  bm,  2  bf,  2  cm,  2  cf. 

Cummings,  Elizabeth,  i  az,  3  bx,  i  bz. 

Haddaway,  Susannah,  i  bx,  2  bz. 

Haddaway,  Geo.,  i  ax,  i  bz,  6  ex,  i  cz;   i  bm. 

Porter,  John,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz. 

Sands,  Benj".,  2  bx,  4  bz,  2  ez;   i  bf,  i  cf. 

Homey,  Thom'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex;    i  bm. 

Haddaway,  Will™.,  i  bx,  i  bz;   2  bm,  i  cf. 

Cooper,  Benj".,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  3  ex,  2  ez. 

Kemp,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz;   2  bm,  i  bf. 

Kemp,  Benj".,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  5  ez;  3  bm,  2  bf,  i  cm,  4  cf. 

Kemp,  Magdalain,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex;    I  am,  i  af,  i  bm,  2  bf, 

2  cm,  2  cf. 

Haddaway,  Capt.,  2  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  4  cz;    i  bf,  i  cm,  2  cf. 

Lambson,  Robert,  7  bx,  3  bz,  3  ex,  2  ez;   2  am,  i  brfl,  5  bf,  5  cm,  3  cf. 

Haddaway,  John,  2  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez;   2  bm,  i  bf,  2  cm,  2  cf. 

Sherwood,  Tho'.,  2  bx,  2  bz;    i  am,  i  af,  2  bm,  2  bf,  2  cm,  4  cf. 

Fiddaman,  Ann,  i  bz,  I  ex,  2  cz;   2  bf,  3  em,  4  cf. 

Hopkins,  Joseph,  4  bx,  3  bz,  4  ex,  5  cz;    i  am,  2  bm,  3  bf,  i  cm,  2  cf. 

Stains,  Moses,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex. 

Harrison,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;    i  am,  i  af,  3  bm,  4  bf, 

3  cm,  I  cf. 

Harrison,  Robert,  i  bx,  i  bz;   i  cm. 

Steddam  [?],  Elizabeth,  i  bz,  4  ex. 

Shanahan,  John,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  [^3?]  ex,  2  cz;   4  bm,  i  bf. 

Tuttle,  Will"".,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ez. 

Mather,  John,  2  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex;   2  bm,  i  cf. 

Marshall,  Rich''.,  I  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Kemp,  Thom'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  4  cz;    i  bm,  i  cf. 

Norwood,  Ann,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Lenard,  Sarah,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez. 

Vinton,  Dan'.,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx. 

Skinner,  Phillimon,  3  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez;    i  bm. 

Hopkins,  James,  i  bx. 

Hopkins,  Thom^,  i  ax,  4  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;    i  af,  i  bm,  2  bz,  I  cm,  3  f. 

Harrington,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz;    i  af,  2  bm,  i  bf,  2  cm. 

Harrington,  Alice,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  cz. 

Harrington,  Mary,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz. 

Hull,  Dan'.,  i  ax. 

Harrison,  James,  BC,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  3  bz,  [^2?]  ex. 

Hambleton,  W°.,  4  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz;    i  af,  i  bm,  2  bf,  2  em,  2  ef. 

Hambleton,  Philip.  [?[],  i  bx,  2  bz,  [3  or  9?]  ex;   i  am,  2  bm,  I  bf,  2  cm. 


20  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

Barney,  W".,  i  bx,  i  bz,  [2?3|  ex,  6  cz. 

Davisson,  Empy,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz;   6  bm,  2  bf,  6  cm,  3  cf. 

Dawson,  Robert,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz;   i  bm,    i  cf. 

Tripp,  James,  i  bx,  i  bz;   i  am,  i  af,  3  bm,  3  bf,  2  cm,  3  cf. 

Fairbanks,  Philh.,  i  ax,  2  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex;   i  bm. 

Wayman,  Thom^,  I  ax,  2  bx,  2  bz,  I  ex,  3  ez;   3  bf,  3  cm,  3  cf. 

Dawson,  Hugh,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex;   I  af,  2  bm,  i  bf,  2  cm. 

Fairbanks,  David,  i  bx,  I  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz. 

Applegirth,  George,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz;   i  cf. 

Bridges,  Dan'.,  2  bx,  I  bz,  I  ex,  4  cz. 

Ould  [Oulds,  Auld?],  Hugh,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz;   I  bm,  i  bf,  3  cm,  i  cf. 

Ould  [Oulds,  Auld?],  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  bz,  2  ez. 

Sewell,  Jam'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez. 

Braddsetz,  James,  2  bx,  I  ex;   I  bf,  i  cm. 

Sherwood,  David,  2  bx;   2  bf. 

Canity,  John,  3  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  i  cz;    i  bm,  2  bf,  4  cm,  2  cf. 

Haddaway,  W"".,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz;   2  am,  2  bm,  2  bf,  I  cm,  i  cf. 

Applegirth,  Geo:  i  ax,  2  bx,  3  bz,  I  ex,  2  cz. 

Harrison,  Tho=.,  3  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz;   i  am,  i  bm,  i  bf,  4  cm,  i  cf. 

Carrol,  Denny,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez;   i  bm,  I  em,  i  ef. 

Richardson,  Robert,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz;   i  af,  2  bm,  2  bf,  3  cm,  2  cf. 

Haddaway,  James,  I  bx,  i  bz. 

Ball,  Thom^,  2  ax,  i  az,  l  bx,  l  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz. 

Ball,  W"".,  I  bx,  I  bz,  3  cz;   i  bf. 

Carrol,  James,  i  bx,  I  bz,  3  ex. 

Haddaway,  Robert,  I  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz. 

Wrightson,  James,  I  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz. 

Harrisson,  James,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz. 

Grace,  W"".,  i  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz. 

Richardson,  Peter,  3  bx,  2  bz,  6  ex,  2  cz. 

Ould  [Oulds?],  Dan'.,  2  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz;    i  bm,  2  cm,  2  cf. 

Ball,  James,  i  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez;    i  bm. 

Denny,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az;   i  am,  2  bm,  i  bf,  i  cm. 

Denny,  Joseph,  Jun'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;    i  bf. 

Reddish,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  ex,  2  ez. 

Porter,  Sarah,  i  az,  2  bz,  2  ex. 

Lawrence  [?],  [Mar?]y,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 

Fairbanks,  Anna,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex. 

Sewell,  Marty,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz. 

Fitzjerrel,  Rebecca,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz. 

M-^Quay,  Patrick,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  3  bz,  l  ex,  i  cz;   i  bf,  2  em,  2  cf. 

Gooves,  Thom'.,  2  bx,  2  bz. 


BAY   HUNDRED  221 

Fooss,  Eliz"".,  I  az. 

Barnes,  James,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex;   i  bf,  2  cm,  2  cf. 

Jefferson,  Thom=.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz. 

Camper,  W"".,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz;   i  bm. 

Haddaway,  Thom^,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex,  3  cz. 

Lowry,  Thom^,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  4  ez;   i  bm,  i  cm. 

Winterbottom,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  ex. 

\Mnterbottom,  Rob'.,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez. 

Lowry,  Joseph,  2  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  4  cz. 

Cardeff,  Rob'.,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex. 

Harrison,  (torn),  2  bx. 

Gardner,  Rich"*.,  i  bx. 

Fairbanks,  Mary,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  4  ez. 

Hunt  [?],  Peter,  I  ax,  2  bx,  4  bz,  i  ex,  4  ez. 

Cooper,  John,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez. 

Dawson,  Sarah,  i  az,  2  bx,  I  bz;    I  am,  i  af. 

Dawson,  Margaret,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;    i  bf,  2  em,  2  ef. 

Linkom,  Rieh"*.,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Dawson,  W".,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex. 

Ould  [Oulds?],  Phillip,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz;    i  cm. 

Jefferson,  Geo:  3  bx,  i  bz,  4  ex,  2  ez. 

Jones,  Rob'.,  I  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  2  ez. 

Haddaway,  W™.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz. 

Larramore,  Mary,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex.  2  ez. 

Batsey,  Rich"^.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Jefferson,  Francis,  i  bz,  3  ex,  I  cz. 

Harrisson,  Rob'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Larramoor,  Jenney,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex. 

Leadnenham,  Edw"".,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 

Larramoor,  Cathrine,  2  bz,  i  ex,  4  ez. 

Mansfield,  Rich''.,  i  az,  3  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Camper  j^Comper?],  Thom'.,  2  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex. 

Fairbanks,  Dan'.,  3  bx,  4  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 

Harrisson,  Joseph,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz. 

Harrisson,  Jonothon,  I  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  4  cz. 

Colleson,  Geo:  i  bx,  i  bz,  4  ex;   i  bm,  i  bf,  i  em,  i  cf. 

Low,  James,  2  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  4  cz;    i  am,  2  bm,  3  bf,  i  cm. 

R[?]eaugh,  John,  i  bx,  2  bz;    i  bm. 

Bridges,  W°.,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Smith,  Thom^,  i  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex;   i  bf,  I  cm,  2  cf. 

Dawson,  (^R^alph,  i  ax,  2  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez;    i  am,  i  af,  2  bm,  i  bf,  cf. 

EUiot,  Edw"*.,  I  ax,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz;   2  bm,  i  bf,  4  cm,  i  cf. 


22  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

M"=Nulty,  John,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Ploughman,  John,  2  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz. 

M'^Quay,  Catthrine,  i  az,  i  bx. 

[Illegible — creased  &  torn^lll, ,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz;    i  bm,  i  bf, 

I  cm,  2  cf. 
Sherwood,  [Illegible,  perhaps  Nap".?],  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  3  cz;    i  bf. 
Lamden,  Eliz"'.,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz;    i  af,  2  bm,  3  bf,  i  cm,  2  cf. 
Haddaway,  W°.  Webb,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  cz;  3  bm,  2  bf,  3  cm,  i  cf. 
Jones,  Lurinah,  i  az,  i  bz. 
Leeds,  John,  i  ax,  6  bm,  6  bf,  5  cm,  4  cf. 
Tilghman,  Mathew,  2  ax,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz;   5  af,  18  bm,  21  bf,  21  cm, 

28  cf. 
Mahony,  Anthony,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 
West,  W"".,  I  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  3  cz. 

Sears,  W".,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz;   2  am,  7  bm,  il  bf,  5  cm,  5  cf. 
Nash,  Thom=.,  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  l  cz. 

Gossage,  Charles,  i  bx,  i  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz. 
Cryer  [?],  John,  2  bx,  i  bz. 

Totals,  6  ax,  7  az,  41  bx,  52  bz,  61  ex,  50  cz;    17  am,  7  af,  46  bm, 
52  bf,  45  cm,  47  cf. 

Free  mullotes  * 

Collwell,  Martin,  2  bf,  i  ex. 

Auldery,  Thomas,  i  ax,  2  bx,  3  ex,  i  cz. 

Cornesh,  Rebec,  i  bm,  I  ex,  i  cz. 

James  Earl  Denny. 

*  These  enumerations  are  evidently  placed  in  wrong  columns  in  the  original  report. 


MILL   HUNDRED  223 

Talbott  County,  Mill  Hundred,  Census  of  1776, 

"A  list  of  the  Inhabatents  taken  In  Mill  Hundred  By  Tho'.  Tibbels 
in  yeare  1776." 

This  record  is  literally  in  shreds  and  has  been  carefully  matched  to- 
gether, and  read  by  aid  of  a  magnifying  glass.  Three  sheets  each  14 
X  16V2  inches  were  fastened  together,  side  by  side,  with  sealing  wax. 

"a"  here  means  "Above  50  years";  "b"  means  "  Between  16  and  50"; 
"c"  means  "Under  16,"  and  "e"  means  "Total,"  which  latter  includes 
the  "Blacks."  "x"  means  white  "Males";  "z"  means  white  "Fe- 
males"; "n"  means  "Blacks."  To  carry  out  the  partial  uniformity 
with  the  preceding  Hsts  the  "n"  is  placed  last  (after  "e"  or  "Totals"). 

Heads  of  Families: 

Levell,  William,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  8  e;   3  n. 

Morgan,  Thos.  Spery  [|?],  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  41  e;   36  n. 

Snelling,  Sarah,  i  bx,  I  ex,  i  cz,  3  e. 

Comberford,  Mary,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  3  e. 

Torresh,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  6  e;    in. 

Nobs,  Joseph,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  5  e. 

Carrel,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  e;   in. 

Nussey,  Johanna,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

M'^Carnon,  Daniel,  I  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz,  11  e;   3  n. 

Low,  Henry,  i  ax,  3  bz,  7  ex,  2  ez,  14  e;    i  n. 

Jackson,  James,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Faulkner,  Thos.,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz,  10  e;   2  n. 

Faulkner,  Abram,  i  ax,  2  bz,  4  ex,  3  ez,  10  e. 

Davis,  Jean,  i  az,  i  ex,  2  e. 

Davis, ,  I  bx,  i  bz,  4  ex,  6  e. 

Worner, ,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  4  e. 

Greenhout, ,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez,  6  e;  2  n. 

Stewart, ,  i  ax,  4  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  11  e. 

Austin, ,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  5  e. 

Mathews,  — ew,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez,  5  e. 

Chapman, ,  i  bx,  i  bz,  5  ex,  i  cz,  8  e. 

Norress, ,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez,  5  e. 

W^ilson, ,  (Free  mulatto),  i  e;   in. 

Austin, ,  I  ax,  i  bz,  3  ex,  4  ez,  23  e;    14  n. 

— wes, ,  I  bx,  3  bz,  2  cz,  7  e. 

Faulkner,  []Isaac?],  2  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz,  11  e. 

Fouthner,  Elizabeth,  i  az,  i  bz,  2  e. 

Dixson,  John,  i  ax,  2  bz,  3  ex,  3  ez,  13  e;   4  n. 


224  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

Barrett,  Elezebeth,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  4  e;   i  n. 

Burgess,  William,  i  ax,  2  bz,  3  e. 

Trice,  Vencent,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  5  e;    in. 

Chrisp,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz,  5  e. 

Atkinson,  Aaron,  4  bx,  3  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz,  25  e;    13  n. 

Short,  Samuel,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  5  e;   i  n. 

Nicols,  Mrs.  Henney,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez,  41  e;  35  n. 

Wooleott,  Methias,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ez,  5  e. 

Dowling,  William,  I  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz,  5  e. 

Mathews,  Tho'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz,  5  e. 

Austin,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ez,  4  e. 

Austin,  Ann,  i  az,  i  ex,  i  ez,  3  e. 

Terry,  Denisha,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez,  6  e. 

Acorn,  Tho'.,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  e. 

Dewling,  Joseph,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  6  e. 

Ferrell,  William,  2  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  ii  e;  5  n. 

Durkins,  Ann,  i  bz,  3  ex,  3  cz,  7  e. 

Jackson,  Isaac,  i  ax,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  5  e. 

SneUing,  William,  i  ax,  2  bz,  3  e. 

Walker,  Richard,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  3  e. 

Eubanks,  John,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ez,  4  e. 

Eubanks,  Rebecah,  I  az,  2  cz,  3  e. 

Norwood,  Robert,  3d,  3  bx,  2  cz,  5  e. 

Sherwood,  Prudence,  i  az,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez,  7  e. 

Humes,  Susannah,  i  bz,  2  ez,  3  e. 

Barrow,  James,  I  ax,  2  bx,  3  bz,  4  ex,  I  ez,  15  e;  4  n. 

Barrow,  Thos.,  i  ax,  4  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  12  e;  2  n. 

Warner,  Wili".,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex,  I  ez,  5  e;   in. 

Neithsmith,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  ex,  5  e;   in. 

Fleming,  David,  I  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz,  8  e. 

Coborn,  Ann,  i  bz,  2  ez,  3  e. 

Evens,  Mary,  3  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  ez,  18  e;   9  n. 

Holladay,  Hen^.,  2  ax,  i  bx,  5  bz,  i  ex,  3  ez,  67  e;   55  n. 

Bowdel,  Will"".,  2  bx,  I  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez,  10  e;  3  n. 

Caslick,  Edward,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  I  cz,  5  e;    in. 

Milwood,  Willi".,  i  bx,  l  bz,  I  ez,  3  e. 

Buckley,  Henry,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez,  9  e;   3  n. 

Corner,  Adam,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  cz,  14  e;   9  n. 

Harwood,  Robert,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  I  ez,  30  e;   21  n. 

Hopkins,  Lambath,  I  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex,  4  cz,  10  e. 

Tibbels,  John,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  ez,  7  e. 

Smith,  Archabald,  3  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  6  e. 


MILL   HUNDRED  225 

Hombleton,  W".,  i  ax,  2  bx,  2  bz,  6  e;   in. 

Botfeild,  Zadock,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  5  e;   i  n. 

Hopkins,  Joseph,  2  bx,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Hopkins,  Dennis,  I  bx,  2[?]  bz,  2  cz,  [?]  e;   2  n. 

Hopkins,  Francis,  I  ax,  i  bx,  4  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz,  16  e;   5  n. 

Isgate,  Tho=.,  i  ax,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz,  9  e;  3  n. 

Negros,  Free,  7  e;  7  n. 

Dixson,  William,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  7  e;    i  n. 

Harwood,  Samuel,  I  ax,  i  az,  3  bz,  2  cz,  16  e;  9  n. 

Atkinson,  Joseph,  I  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  cz,  18  e;   13  n. 

Harwood,  Mary,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz,  7  e. 

Harwood,  Robert,  i  bx,  I  bz,  I  ex,  2  cz,  5  e. 

Harwood,  Ann,  i  bz,  7  e;  6  n. 

Low,  Rachel,  I  bz,  4  cz,  5  e. 

Hews,  Christopher,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  5  e. 

Stanton,  Elezebeth,  i  az,  3  bz,  i  cz,  6  e;   in. 

Summers,  Mary,  I  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  cz,  6  e. 

Goldsborough,  Rob*., 2  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  30  e;   24  n. 

Goldsborough,  Rob'.,  I  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  2  bz,  51  e;  46  n. 

Condon,  James,  l  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  l  cz,  4  e. 

Meggs,  John,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Goldsborough,  Howse,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  28  e;   23'n. 

Condon,  William,  i  ax,  i  az,  l  bx,  i  bz,  i  ez,  5  e. 

Neighbours,  Tho'.,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz,  9  e;   i  n. 

Bartlet,  Richard,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  5  e. 

Bartlet,  John,  2  bx,  3  bz,  i  ez,  6  e. 

Harper,  Tho^,  i  bx,  4  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  21  e;    13  n. 

Spry,  John,  2  bx,  2  bz,  I  ex,  11  e;  6  n. 

Lecount,  Anthoney,  i  ax,  i  az,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  13  e;  7  n. 

Robson,  Andrew,  i  bx,  l  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  9  e;  4  n. 

Rigbey,  Jonathon,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Stokes,  Elijah,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  3  e. 

Rigbey,  Philmon,  2  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  12  e;   7  n. 

Norwood,  William,  2  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  i  ez,  11  e. 

M  Neal,  Arch,  i  ax,  4  bz,  3  ex,  3  ez,  II  e. 

Mathews,  David,  I  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  4  ez,  10  e. 

Farr,*  Richard,  I  ax,  i  bx,  I  bz,  4  ex,  i  ez,  9  e;   I  n. 

Lennard,  Tho=.,  I  ax,  i  az,  3  bx,  3  ex,  i  ez,  9  e. 

Robson,  John,  3  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  3  ez,  15  e;   2  n. 

Maynard,  Foster,  I  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez,  8  e;   2  n. 

Kirbey,  Elezebeth,  i  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  6  ex,  2  ez,  11  e. 

*  This  may  be  Farr,  Tarr,  Garr,  etc.,  being  peculiarly  and  indistinctly  written. 
16 


226  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

West,  ?klary,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  I  cz,  7  e. 

Ridgaway,  William,  I  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  6  e;   2  n. 

Dawson,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  10  e;   5  n. 

Denney,  Mary,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  2  cz,  13  e;   2  n. 

Wats,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  7  ex,  i  cz,  14  e;   4  n. 

Norress,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  8  e;   4  n. 

Rigbey,  Moses,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz,  15  e;   8  n. 

Doughoty,  John,  2  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz,  14  e;  5  n. 

Gelon  [Gelor?],  James,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz,  7  e. 

Smith,  James,  i  bx,  ibz,  4  ex,  2  ez,  15  e;  7n, 

Seymour,  Joseph,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  56. 

Richardson,  Henry,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  [?]  e. 

Lemon  [Lamarr?],  James,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  3[?]  cz,  [?]  e. 

Marchel,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  cz,  4  e. 

Marchel,  Ather,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  cz,  4  e. 

Coborn,  Anney,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  e. 

Colston,  Henry,  i  az,  3  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez,  13  e;   3  n. 

Smith,  Elisha,  i  bx,  I  bz,  2  ez,  4  e. 

Gossage,  John,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  4  ez,  II  e;   i  n. 

Harress,  John,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz,  8  e;    i  n. 

Marchel,  Joseph,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  e;    in. 

Oram,  Rachel,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  4  cz,  12  e. 

Vallont,  William,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  ez,  8  e. 

Vallont,  Bennet,  2  bx,  3  bz,  3  ex,  2  ez,  10  e. 

Vallont,  Nicolas,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  e. 

Vallont,  John,  i  ax,  2  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  8  e;    i  n. 

Eaton,  Richard,  3  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  7  e. 

Nix,  Elezebeth,  i  az,  I  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Eaton,  John,  i  az,  l  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  9  e;  3  n. 

Oram,  William,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  5  e;    i  n. 

Seymour,  Henry,  i  bx,  I  bz,  3  ex,  3  cz,  8  e. 

Skinner,  Mordica,  i  bx,  i  bz,  7  e;   5  n. 

Robson,  Tho\,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  e. 

Grace,  James,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  cz,  8  e;   2  n. 

Colslon,  James,  2  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  9  e;   2  n. 

Grace,  Nathaniel,  2  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  ex,  5  e. 

Grace,  Mary,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  cz,  8  e;   2  n. 

Newcom,  Robert,  i  ax,  i  az,  I  bx,  x  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz,  33  e;   26  n. 

Sewel,  Dianna,  i  az,  5  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  9  e. 

Barisood,  Adeath  "whie"  [?],  2  bz,  I  ez,  3  e. 

Dorter  [?],  Jonathn,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ez,  39  e;   35  n. 

Stokes,  Susannah,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  ez,  4  e. 


MILL   HUNDRED  227 

Whorten,  Henry,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  e. 

Whorten, ,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  ez,  6  e. 

Harmon,  Rachel,  i  ax,  i  ez,  2  e. 
Dowel,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  4  e. 
Aldren,  Elizebeth,  2  az,  2  bz,  i  cz,  15  e;    10  n. 
Rigby,  Tho^,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  12  e;   6  n. 
Norwood,  Edward,  i  ax,  i  az,  3  bz,  i  ez,  4  e. 
Seymour,  John,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  ex,  i  ez,  6  e. 
Edwards,  Ann,  i  az,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 
Colston,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  4  e;    i  n. 
Hindman,  Willi".,  i  az,  3  bx,  3  bz,  46;   39  n. 
Morling,  Franeis,  i  bx,  2  ex,  13  e;    10  n. 

Richardson, ,  i  ax,  i  bz,  2  ex,  4  e. 

Hopkins, ,  i  bz,  2  cz,  3  e. 

Beaten, ,  i  bz,  i  e. 

Spencer, ,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  3  e. 

Coborn,  — an,  i  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex,  5  cz,  10  e. 

Bartlett, ,  i  ax,  3  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  7  e. 

Kirbey, ,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  i  ez,  7  e. 

— orkston,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 

Kirby,  — ary,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  3  e. 

Negro  Dick,  6  e;   6  n. 

Dunn,  John,  i  ax,  2  bx,  4  e;    in. 

Robson,  [Rob]ert,  i  ax,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  4  ez,  9  e. 

Lennard,  [J]ohn,  i  ax,  I  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  7  e. 

Gordon, (This  record  is  worn  away)  i  ez,  3  e. 

Hopkins,  — ard,  i  ax,  i  az,  [?]  bx,  5  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz,  14  e;   3  [?]  n. 

Banning,  — imeah,  2  bx,  12  e;    10  n. 

Banning,  [He]nry,  2  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  2  cz,  25  e;    15  n. 

Marchel,  — es,  i  bx,  2  bz,  15  e;    12  n. 

Denney,  James  Earl,  2  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez,  15  e;   8  n. 

Porter, ,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  7  e;   2  n. 

Dixson,  [^Is^aac,  i  ax,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  i  ez,  27  e;   20  n. 

Chapman, ,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  cz,  7  e;   3  n. 

Allen,  — OSes,  2  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  2  ez,  29  e;   21  n. 
Tibbels,  Tho'.,  3  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex,  i  ez,  15  e;   6  n. 
Siddel,  John,  i  ax,  i  bz,  2  ex,  2  ez,  6  e. 
Brascup,  Tho=.,  2  bx,  2  bz,  5  ex,  i  ez,  10  e. 
Marchel,  [Ja]mes,  i  ax,  I  az,  2  bz,  i  cz,  5  e. 
Floyd,  [Jo]seph,  i  ax,  i  bz,  i  ex,  3  e. 
Eubanks,  [A]dam,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz,  4  e. 
Thomas,  [Wi]lliam,  2  bx,  3  bz,  4  ez,  23  e;    14  n. 


228  MARYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

Cardeff,  [A]nn,  2  bz,  2  e. 

Irvine,  [A]lexand.,  2  bx,  2  bz,  4  cz,  8  e. 

Dawson,  James,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz,  11  e;   6  n.     "Total  1913." 

"Talbot  Co.  Si.  Upon  the  3"^  day  of  Sept'.  1776.  Thom^  Tibbels 
maketh  Oath  that  the  foregoing  and  within  lists  is  a  just  &  true  Account 
of  the  number  of  inhabitants  in  Mill  Hundred  taken  by  order  of  the 
committie  of  Observation  in  the  Coty  afsd.  before  J°.  S  Gibson." 

Upon  the  back  of  this  record  is  written  in  tabular  form  and  in  a  hand- 
writing different  from  that  of  Thomas  Tibbels: 

"Whites — under  16  years,  [c^,  Males  1450,  Females  1259 — between  16 
— 50  [b]  Males  1227,  Females  1361 — above  50,  [a]  Males  193,  Females 
204 — 5694.     Add  Ve,  949-     No  Whites  6643." 

"Blacks — under  16  years,  [c^,  Males  911,  Females  904 — between  16 — 
50,  [b],  Males  692,  Females  720 — above  50,  ^a].  Males  154,  Females 
129 — 3510.  Add  Ve-  585.  No.  Blacks  4095,  Free  Blacks  149,  Total 
10,887." 

Talbott  County,  Tuckahoe   Hundred,  Census 

of  1776 

This  yellow  and  fragile  record  consisted  apparently  of  sheets  13V4 
X  12  inches,  fastened  together  by  red  sealing  wax,  having  a  total  length 
of  28  inches,  doubled.  Of  the  first  half  but  7V2  X  12  inches  remains, 
and  an  inch  strip  21  inches  long,  from  the  left  side  of  the  other  half, 
and  carrying  the  Christian,  or  "given,"  names  is  also  missing.  All 
decipherable  letters,  using  the  magnifying  glass,  are  reproduced  for  the 
investigator. 

"a"  here  means  "Above  50"  years;  "b"  means  "Between  16  &  50"; 
"c"  means  "Under  16,"  and  "n"  means  "Blacks."  "x"  means  white 
"Males";   "z"  means  white  "Females." 

Gibson,  John,  i  ax,  3  bx,  2  bz,  3  cz;   30  n. 
Baker,  Francis,  i  az,  4  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz;   9  n. 
Nicholson,  Daniel,  i  bx,  i  bz,  I  ex,  i  cz. 
Gibson,  Wollman,  3"^,  2  bx,  2  bz;   10  n. 
Jackson,  William,  i  [or  4?]  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz;    i  n. 
Clayland,  John,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz;   6  n. 
Collener,  John,  i  bx. 
Shepard,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex. 
Middleton,  William,  3  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex;    11  n. 


TUCKL\HOE   HUNDRED  229 

Hartt,  Chri''.,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  4  cz. 

Porter,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz;   8  n. 

Lloyd,  Edward,  6  bx,  4  bz,  3  cz;   15  n. 

Ford,  Charles,  I  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Hall,  George,  i  bx,  3  cz. 

Alleway,  William,  i  bx,  i  bz,  5  cz. 

Webster,  William,  i  ax,  i  ex. 

Jones,  Ann,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz. 

Sunksout  [?],  Mary,  i  bx,  3  bz,  i  ex,  3  cz. 

Cheavis  [P^,  John,  i  bx,  i  bz. 

Powell,  John,  I  bx,  2  bz;  9  n. 

Warner,  — bert,  i  bx,  2  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Hall,  — rbert,  2  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  2  cz;   3  n. 

Cooper,  [AVill]iam,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz;  6  n. 

Countiee, ,  i  az,  I  bx,  2  bz  [Torn^. 

Plumer,  Yarnall,  i  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Plumer,  Thomas,  i  bx,  2  bz,  4  ex,  i  cz;   i  n. 

Callahan,  Ann,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex;   2  n. 

Surat,  [Sweat?],  Edward,  2  ax,  2  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 

Dwiging,  Robert,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  3  cz;   2  n. 

Milington,  Nickson,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz;   3  n. 

Morley,  Joseph,  i  bx;    10  n. 

Millington, ,  i  bx,  3  ex,  3  cz;   2  n. 

— allehorn  [?], ,  i  bx,  3  bz,  4  ex  [Torn]. 

Harris,  — ett,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  cz. 

Williams, ,  6  bx,  i  bz;   3  n. 

Stacy, ,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  cz. 

Rex  [?],  Rua  [?],  I  bx,  i  bz,  2  cz. 

Williss, ,  I  ax,  I  bx,.  i  bz,  5  ex,  2  cz. 

Nickers, ,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  cz;  9  n. 

Nickers, ,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

Pamer, ,  i  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  4  cz;   2  n. 

Roberts, ,  i  az,  2  bx,  2  bz,  4  cz;    i  n. 

— ke, ,  I  bz,  3  ex,  i  cz. 

Forster, ,  3  bx,  3  bz,  2  ex;   2  n. 

Buly  or  Beely, ,  i  az,  2  bx,  i  bz,  2  ex,  4  cz;   9  n. 

Mattorn  [?], ,  2  bz,  i  ex;    i  n. 

Norton, ,  i  ax,  i  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  i  cz. 

Pattin, ,  I  bx,  i  bz,  3  ex. 

— np, ,  I  az,  5  bz,  i  ex,  i  cz;   8  n. 

Griffeth,  — t,  I  bx,  2  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 
Norton, ,  i  ax;   4  n. 


230  ALA.RYLAND   RECORDS— TALBOTT   COUNTY 

Warner, ,  i  ax,  i  az,  i  bx,  2  bz,  3  ex. 

Batey, ,  i  bx. 

Maxwell, ,  19  n. 

Lloyd,  • — nnet,  58  n. 


Dimmond, 

Rpnnll«    

,  2  bx,  2  bz,  I  ex,  I  cz;   9  n. 

T    hv     0    r\7      T    r'V     '7   r*? 

— k, , 

,     1     UA.,    -£     Uz,,     1     CA,    ^    L.Z., 

I  bx;   7  n. 

0    riY      T    h7      T    {^7  *     *?   n 

ilQcr, 

Miller, 

—kril, 

Berwick,  - 
Cottner,  — 
Blackwell, 

,    ^     UA,     1     UZ.,     1     ^^1       /     ii* 

— ,  I  bx. 

-,  I  ax,  I  az,  I  bz,  3  ex,  2  cz;   3  n. 

,  I  bx,  I  bz;    in. 

-er,  I  bx,  I  bz,  i  ex. 
,  2  bx;   6  n. 

3,rron , 

Sware, 

- — iets, 

— nes, 

RnrHlv    

,  I   DX J    2  n. 
-,  I  bx,  I  bz,  I  cz. 
-,  I  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  I  cz. 
-,  I  bx,  I  bz,  4  ex,  I  cz. 

1    rrv     1   \~i7     0  r*Y  •     T  n  n 

Cole, , 

Williams,  - 

,    ^     UA,    ^    UZ.,    ^    CA  ,       L\J    11. 

,  I  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz. 
,  I  bx. 

vv  drncr, 
Foster,  — 

Ozemon,  — 

,     I     UX* 

— ,  I  bx. 
-n,  I  bx. 

T    Viv     1   y^'j  •      1    n 

Sylvester,  - 

,    1    UA,   ^   UZ, ,     L^  11. 

,  I  az,  I  bx,  1  ex,  3  cz. 

T    r\v      T    r»7      T    f^7  'An 

\  \  1  Cll^ll, 

,     1     UA,     1     UZ.,     1     K.£,  f      ^    11. 

VJdllllWil, 

Grace  [?], 

Long, 

North, 

Roberson, 

Curry, 

Lane, 

plummer,  - 

,     1     UA,     1     \JL.f    ^    L.A,    \J    LZ,. 

,  I  az,  I  bx,  I  bz,  2  ex,  2  cz;   3  n, 

,  I  ax,  I  bx,  2  ex,  2  cz. 
-,  I  bx. 

,  I  bz;   6  n. 

-,  4bz;   5  n. 

,  I  ax,  I  az,  I  bx,  i  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz. 

— n,  I  az,  I  bx,  l  bz,  i  ex,  2  cz;    i  n. 

pickiran,  — obert,  2  bx,  4  bz;   10  n. 

Totals:    7  ax,  11  az,  64  bx,  75  bz,  76  ex,  70  cz;    254  n,  "including 
21  Free  Mulattoes." 

"6"  September,  1776,  James  Wrenst  [?]  maketh  oath  to  the  List  of 
within  inhabitants  in  Tuckahoe  Hundred  taken  by  him. 

before  J°.  S  [?].  Gibson." 


HARFORD   COUNTY 


Harford  County,    Oaths  of  Fidelity,  March   Court, 

1778 

A  List  of  persons  in  Harford  County  who  have  taken  the  following 
Oath  before  the  Different  magistrates  as  mentioned  below  and  returned 
by  them  to  Harford  County  Court. 

Harford  County  was  established  1773,  from  Baltimore  County. 

(See  Oaths  reproduced  in  Prince  George's  Co.  section) 

Taken  before  the  Worshipfull  James  M^Comas 

Sixteen  Returns — 1146  men.  Recorded  Md.  Hist.  Soc.  A  copy  from 
a  copy  of  the  original. 


I. 

The  Worshipfull  James  ; 

M  Comas' 

Returns. 

2. 

Norris,  Abraham 

26. 

Billingsley,  Francis 

3- 

Rose,  Joseph 

27. 

Vance,  Samuel 

4- 

Callender,  Robert 

28. 

Vance,  Da-vid 

5- 

Booth,  Richard 

29. 

Henlon,  Patrick 

6. 

Wigings,  Samuel 

30. 

Multon,  Patrick 

7- 

Aooistock,  Peter 

31- 

Porter,  Charles 

8. 

Green,  Abel 

32. 

Baker,  Charles 

9- 

Durham,  John  (Snr.) 

33- 

Banks,  Andrew 

10. 

Norris,  Thomas  (of  John) 

34- 

Bronnwood,  John 

II. 

Mather,  Thomas 

35- 

Brown,  William 

12. 

Mather,  Michael 

36. 

Toppey,  William 

13- 

Rumage,  George 

37- 

Murphy,  Archabald  M. 

14. 

Smithson,  Nathaniel 

38. 

Callender,  Robert  (Jnr.) 

15- 

Paris,  William 

39- 

Goodwin,  William 

16. 

Carroll,  James  (Jnr.) 

40. 

Finnagon,  Patrick 

17- 

Norris,  Daniel 

41. 

Saunders,  Thomas  (Farmer) 

18. 

Saunders,  William 

42. 

Walker,  John 

19. 

MComas,  John  (of  Danl.) 

43- 

Norris,  James 

20. 

Ruth,  Joseph 

44. 

Duley,  James 

21. 

Bridge,  James 

45- 

M  Comas,  W-.  (of  Solm.) 

22. 

Ruff,  Henry  (Jnr.) 

46. 

White,  Stephen 

23- 

Frier,  Isaac 

47- 

Everett,  James 

24. 

Dobbins,  James 

48. 

Bronnley,  Arthur 

25- 

Whitaker,  Isaac 

49- 

Baker,  Theophelus 

234 


MARYLAND    RECORDS— HARFORD    COUNTY 


50.  Baker,  Gedion 

51.  Freeman,  Thomas 

52.  Norris,  Aquila 

53.  Wild,  John 

54.  Trons,  John 

55.  Spencer,  Rowland 

56.  Howard,  Samuel 

57.  Ewen,  Alexander 

58.  M  ■'Comas,  Solomon 

59.  M ''Comas,  John  (of  W".) 

60.  Connaway,  Lawrence 

61.  Amoss,  Maulden 

62.  Everett,  Samuel 

63.  Chalk,  George 
64  Wheeler,  James 

65.  Norris,  Richard 

66.  Cunningham,  Thomas 

67.  Kembol,  James 

68.  Tossett,  Jonathan 

69.  Brown,  James 

The  within  is  a  true  Copy  of  the 
Oath  of  Fidelity  and  Support  to  the 


70.  Stevenson,  Jonas 

71.  Cain,  James 

72.  St.  Clair,  William 

73.  Hanson,  Edward 

74.  Quinnlin,  Philip 

75.  Webster,  Samuel  (Snr.) 

76.  Brooks,  John 

77.  Jarnes,  John 

78.  Huggins,  James 

79.  Lewes,  Jessee 

80.  James,  Sedwick 

81.  Beck,  Peter 

82.  Rogers,  Thomas 

83.  Suoit,  Alexander 

84.  Small,  Robert 

85.  Mattocks,  John 

86.  Norris,  Joseph 

87.  M^Gaw,  James 

88.  White,  Graston 

89.  Steuart,  William 

names  of  those  who  have  taken  the 
State  of  Maryland 

Sworn  before 

James  M "Comas. 


1.  The  Worshipfull  William 

2.  Waters,  Thomas 

3.  Williams,  Francis 

4.  Jones,  Gilbert 

5.  Smith,  James 

6.  Hutchens,  Thomas 

7.  Thomas,  Daniel 

8.  Norris,  Edward  (of  Edwd.) 

9.  Norris,  Alexander 

10.  Richardson,  Vincent 

11.  Ruth,  Moses  (Jnr.) 

12.  Brandrick,  William 

13.  Rogers,  Robert 

14.  Standerford,  Samuel 

15.  Conn,  Robert 

16.  Richardson,  Thomas 

17.  Cochean,  Isaac 


Smithson's  Returns 

18.  Bond,  Peter 

19.  Armstrong,  Sheperd 

20.  Morrow,  Benjamin 

21.  Calwell,  Samuel 

22.  Martin,  Robert 

23.  Herbert,  Charles 

24.  Armstrong,  John 

25.  Bay,  Hugh 

26.  Allen,  John 

27.  Bull,  William 

28.  Everett,  James 

29.  Ady,  William 

30.  Todd,  Patrick 

31.  Todd,  Andrew 

32.  Richardson,  Henry 

33.  Norris,  James 


OATHS   OF   FIDELITY  235 

34.  M'^Cord,  James  36.   Richardson,  Thomas 

35.  Richardson,  WilHam  37.  Norris,  John  (of  John) 

Harford  County.  This  is  to  Certify  that  this  is  a  true  Copy  of  the 
names  of  the  persons  that  has  taken  the  Oath  of  Fidelity  according 
<^°  Laws.  ^^  Smithson. 

1.  The  Worshipfull  Thos.  Johnson  Returns 

2.  Drummond,  Thomas  11.  Johnson,  Thos.,  Jnr. 

3.  Moore,  James  12.  Denny,  Simon 

4.  Sweny,  Mathew  13.  Bibb,  James 

5.  Hill,  Stephen  14.  Clark,  Robert 

6.  Kyle,  WilHam  15.  Monroe,  William 

7.  Wilson,  Henry,  Jnr.  16.  Clark,  David 

8.  Thomas,  Henry  17.  Rigdon,  James 

9.  Seney,  Patrick  18.  Gawett,  John 

ID.  Taes,  Andrew  19.  Stapleton,  Edward 

Harford  Co.  State  of  Maryland.  I  hereby  Certify  that  the  above 
named  Persons  did  take  and  Subscribe  the  above  Oath  before  me 

Thos.  Johnson. 

A  List  of  those  who  took  repeated  and  Subscribed  the  afore- 
said Oath  before  William  Webb,  Esq  decd. 

1.  Webb,  Samuel  20.  Howlett,  James 

2.  Beshang,  John  21.  Browne,  Joshua 

3.  Webb,  Samuel,  Jnr.  22.  Taylor,  Thomas 

4.  Jenkins,  Samuel  23.  Cunningham,  Edward 

5.  Crockett,  Gilbert  24.  Osborn,  Benjamin 

6.  Marmold,  James  25.  Burr,  John 

7.  Crockett,  Samuel  26.  Osborn,  William  (of  Benja.) 

8.  Jrudir,  Simon  27.  Bailey,  J  as.  Francis 

9.  Wells,  William  28.  Scarff,  Benjamin 

10.  Johnson,  Isaac  29.  Baker,  Maurice 

11.  Carlan,  George  30.  Baker,  John 

12.  Modin,  Patrick  31.  Hill,  Thomas  (Sailor) 

13.  AUender,  \\^lliam  32.  James,  Walter 

14.  Allender,  Thomas  33.  Smith,  Zachariah 

15.  Crooks,  Henry  34.  Brown,  John  (wheelright) 

16.  Clark,  Robert,  Jnr.  35.  Bailey,  Groombright 

17.  Goffey,  Henry  36.  Maxwell,  James 

18.  Steel,  James  37.  Day,  John  (of  Edward) 

19.  Howlett,  Andrew  38.  Waltham,  Thomas 


236 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


39- 

Waltham,  William 

61. 

Dailey,  William 

40. 

Day,  John,  Jnr. 

62. 

Bolton,  John 

41. 

Debruler,  James 

63- 

Wilson,  John 

42. 

Poison,  Joseph 

64. 

Sweeney,  David 

43- 

Woodland,  Jonathan 

65- 

Benton,  Henry 

44. 

Dorsey,  J  no.  Hammond 

66. 

Bennington,  Nehemiah 

45- 

Hughston,  John 

67. 

Barclay,  John 

46. 

Woollin,  Major 

68. 

Warman,  Joseph 

47- 

Tuder,  John 

69. 

Lockart,  Samuel 

48. 

Hughs,  John 

70. 

Barnet,  James 

49- 

Woollin,  Richard 

71- 

Cough,  Hugh  M. 

50. 

Debueler,  William 

his 

51- 

Hall,  Isaac 

72. 

Crooks     X     Robert 

52. 

AlHnder,  John 

mark 

53- 

Saunders,  Robert 

73- 

M-^Elmarey,  Patrick 

54- 

Monk,  Richard 

74- 

Clark,  James 

55- 

Taylor,  John  Hodges 

75- 

Crooker,  James 

56. 

Smith,  Josias 

76. 

Wilson,  Arsbel 

57- 

Baker,  William 

n- 

Allexander,  James 

58. 

Baker,  John  (of  Theophilas) 

78. 

Giffin,  Robert 

59- 

Reeves,  Josias 

A  true  Copy  by  J  no.  Archer. 

60. 

Wetherall,  Henry 

I. 

The  Worshipfull  William 

Bond's 

Returns. 

2. 

Finley,  Joseph 

17- 

Bond,  James  (of  Jos.) 

3- 

Clemmons,  Christopher 

18. 

Slator,  Thomas 

4- 

Morrison,  Joseph 

19. 

Shipley,  Elijah 

5- 

Durham,  Samuel 

20. 

Stanley,  William  (Miller) 

6. 

Durham,  Aquila 

21. 

Hunt,  Robert 

7- 

Scott,  James  (of  Aquila) 

22. 

Hanna,  James 

8.  Smith,  Bazie 

9.  Thurston,  Thomas 

10.  Taylor,  John  (Planter) 

11.  Dinham,  John  (of  Jesse) 

12.  Lattimore,  John 

13.  Smithson,  Thomas 

14.  Scott,  Aquila  (of  James) 

15.  Hambleton,  Edward 

16.  Knight,  Thomas 

These  are  to  Certify  that  the  above  named  persons  took  and  Sub- 
scribed their  names  to  the  above  Oath  before  me,  one  of  the  State  of 
Maryland  Justices  for  Harford  County  y^m   Rond 


23.  Moores,  John 

24.  Jeovis,  James 

25.  Bond,  Buckler 

26.  Joice,  Elijah  (Carpenter) 

27.  Calder,  John 

28.  Bamhill,  John 

29.  Deingan,  Daniel 

30.  Taylor,  John  (son  of  John) 


OATHS   OF   FIDELITY 


237 


1.  The  Worshipfull  William  Wilson's  Returns 

2.  Giles,  Jacob,  Jnr.  4.  Wilson,  Saml.  (son  of  William) 

3.  Giles,  Jacob  5.  Gover,  Philip 
1778,  Feb  28  Samuel  Hopkins  6.  Vandergrift,  George 

(Signed)  William  Wilson. 


The  Worshipfull  Aquila  Paca's  Returns,  March  ist  1778 


Ellis,  John 
Madford,  W-. 
Phillips,  James 
Smith,  W-. 
Chistee,  Gabriel 
M'=Comas,  Alexa. 

8.  Carroll,  James,  Snr. 

9.  M'^Comas,  Edward  Day 
ID.  Jones,  John  X 

11.  Gale,  William 

12.  Smith,  Joseph 

13.  Stevenson,  John 

14.  Dars,  Richard  Tootill 

15.  Tare,  James 

16.  Nuth,  Moses,  Snr. 

17.  Hanesey,  Patrick  X 

18.  Dixon,  Peter  X 

19.  Cartin,  John  X 

20.  Reardon,  James 

21.  Dooly,  Edward 

22.  Jones,  Awbray  X 

23.  Cunningham,  Clothworth 

24.  Ecksen,  Nichas 

25.  Cunningham,  George  X 

26.  Hamon,  John 

27.  Danny,  Simon,  Jnr. 


28.  Riely,  Narmt  X 

29.  Byfoot,  Moses  X 

30.  Dallam,  Richard,  Snr. 

31.  Jones,  William 

32.  Rigdon,  Charles 

33.  Chrisholm,  Thos. 

34.  Ayres,  Thos.  X 

35.  Brown,  Edward  X 
Rhoads,  George  Lerton  X 
Nelson,  John 
Giles,  Thomas 
Mubery,  William 
Beck,  John 

41.  Fraulknor,  Robert  X 

42.  Brown,  Robert  X 
Osborn,  Cyrus 
Trickert,  Obadiah  X 
Lerter,  Norris 
Eseldein,  John 
Sutton,  Saml.  X 
Ganetson,  Freeborn 
Ganetson,  Richd. 

50.  Hall,  Thos. 

51.  Deimer,  John 

52.  Dearon,  Francis 

53.  Cord,  Abraham 


36. 
37- 
38. 
39- 
40. 


Harford  County  A  true  Copy  Mch  ist  1778 


Aquilla  Paca. 


A  List  of  Persons  that  have  taken  their  Affirmation  of  Fidelity  and 
Support  to  this  State  Agreeable  to  an  Act  of  Assembly  entitled  An  Act 
for  the  better  Support  of  the  Government. 

Harford  County.     Before  me  Saml.  Groome  Osborn. 

I.  Paul,  John  3.  Birckhead,  Samuel 


2.  Paul,  James 


4.  Timmons,  John 


238 


MARYLAND    RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


The  Worshipfull  Mordacai  Amoss'  Returns 

41.  Peteel,  Thos. 

42.  Amoss,  W".  (of  James) 


I. 

2.  Morgan,  Geo. 

3.  Bell,  John 

4.  Smith,  Nathan 

5.  Flatt,  John 

6.  Cambell,  James 

7.  Dunnahoe,  Dent 

8.  Brierley,  George 

9.  Brierley,  Henry 

10.  Warwick,  John 

11.  Brierley,  Robert 

12.  Dome,  William 

13.  Stewart,  James 

14.  Slaide,  Ezehiel 

15.  M'^Comas,  Danl.  (of  John) 

16.  Parsons,  John 

17.  Bull,  Cacob 

18.  Montgomery,  Thomas 

19.  Watkins,  Samuel 

20.  Wright,  William 

21.  Slade,  Ezekiel,  Jnr. 

22.  Foster,  Samuel 

23.  Foster,  Henry 

24.  Bassett,  John 

25.  Leonard,  Edward 

26.  Anderson,  James 

27.  Lyon,  John 

28.  Slade,  Thomas 

29.  Mead,  James,  Jnr. 

30.  Fox,  Richard 

31.  Slade,  W™. 

32.  Clark,  Robt. 

33.  Cowan,  Edward 

34.  Amoss,  Benja. 

35.  Tonte,  Abram 

36.  Parsons,  Isaac 

37.  Connolly,  John 

38.  Norris, 

39.  Norris,  J  no. 

40.  Pryne,  James 


43.  Turner,  Robert 

44.  Pryne,  John 

45.  Long,  Daniel 

46.  Harper,  George 

47.  Spencer,  Zachariah 

48.  Tany,  James 

49.  Doran,  Hugh 

50.  Benfield,  David 

51.  Warwck,  William 

52.  Leakin,  James 

53.  Hawcy,  William 

54.  Hawkins,  Robert 

55.  Richardson,  Samuel 

56.  Roberts,  John 

57.  Alton,  John 

58.  Smith,  John 

59.  Richardson,  Benja. 

60.  Mogan,  James 

61.  Amoss,  Joshua 

62.  Norris,  John 

63.  Chew,  Job  J\L 

64.  Smith,  Vincent 

65.  Amoss,  Aquila 

66.  Long,  Peter 

67.  Doran,  Patrick 

68.  Doran,  John 

69.  Amoss,  George 

70.  Amoss,  Mordicai,  Jnr. 

71.  Amoss,  William 

72.  Thacker,  John 

73.  Gibson,  Francis 

74.  Gibson,  John 

75.  Hughes,  "Aram" 

76.  Poceer,  Danl. 

77.  EUett,  Thos. 

78.  Price,  Benja. 

79.  Bond,  Daniel 


A  true  Copy  of  the  names  of  all  the  persons  who  have  taken  the  Oath 
of  Allegience,  as  prescribed  by  the  Assembly  of  the  State  of  Maryland 
before  me  Mch.  18",  1778.  Mordicai  Amoss. 


OATHS  OF   FIDELITY 


239 


I.  The  Worshipfull  Samuel  G.  Osborne's  Returns. 


2.  Presbury,  George  B. 

3.  Fulton,  John 

4.  Norris,  Agl  [Aql?]  (of  Edward) 

5.  Roberts,  Billingsley 

6.  Waltham,  Charlton 

7.  White,  James 

8.  Turner,  Thomas 
Carlisle,  Lancelot 
Boyce,  Roger 
Owens,  Edward 
Sewell,  John 


13.  Jarrett,  Henry 

14.  Phips,  Joseph 

15.  Hewett,  Joseph 

16.  Morsell,  Kidd 

17.  Clarke,  John 

18.  Owens,  James 

19.  Sutler,  Isaac 

20.  Chew,  Richard 

21.  Barnett,  John 

22.  Dungan,  Benjamin 


9- 
10. 
II. 
12. 

A  List  of  persons  that  have  taken  the  Oath  of  Fidelity  to  Support 
this  State  Agreeable  to  an  Act  of  Assembly  Intitled  An  Act  for  the  Better 
Support  of  the  Government.     Harford  County 

Samuel  G.  Osborne. 


I. 

The  Worshipfull  Aquila  Hall's  Returns. 

2. 

Stokes,  Robert 

26. 

Hall,  John  Beedle 

3- 

Hall,  James  White 

27. 

Coupland,  George 

4- 

Holliday,  Robt. 

28. 

Gibson,  John  Lee 

5- 

Dalian,  Francis 

29. 

Bradford,  George 

6. 

Bull,  John 

30. 

Vansukler,  Henry 

7- 

Brasher,  Robert 

31- 

Patterson,  John 

8. 

Vancleane,  John 

32. 

Scott,  James  (son  of  J  as.) 

9- 

Giles,  Edward 

33- 

Young,  Samuel 

10. 

Paca,  John 

34- 

Conhoway,  Michael 

II. 

Hall,  Edward 

35- 

Hall,  Benedt.  Edwd. 

12. 

Tolley,  Edward  Caroil 

36. 

Grace,  Aaron 

13- 

Lewis,  Clement 

37- 

Combest,  Utey 

14. 

Ruff,  Richard 

38. 

Osbourn,  James,  Jnr. 

15- 

Jones,  William  X 

39- 

Little,  George 

16. 

Lushody,  Francis 

40. 

Mather,  James 

17- 

Hall,  William,  Snr. 

41. 

Griffith,  Samuel 

18. 

Mathews,  James 

42. 

Brown,  Garrett 

19- 

Hall,  Aquila,  Jnr. 

43- 

White,  Thomas 

20. 

Bevard,  Charles 

44. 

Hall,  John  (of  Cranberry) 

21. 

Ward,  Edward,  Jnr. 

45- 

Henerson,  Philip 

22. 

Legoe,  Benedict 

46. 

Hughes,  John  Hall 

23- 

"Wite"  Richard 

47- 

Walkins,  John 

24. 

Stiles,  Joseph 

48. 

Chaney,  John 

25- 

Andrews,  Abraham 

49- 

Evans,  Benjamin 

240 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


50. 

Hanson,  John,  Jnr. 

92. 

Hall,  William,  Jnr. 

51- 

Walcott,  John  X 

93- 

Drew,  George 

52. 

Beck,  Caleb 

94- 

Kennard,  Michael 

53- 

Osbourn,  William 

95- 

Shinton,  John 

54- 

Sutton,  Thomas 

96. 

Armstrong,  John 

55- 

Robinson,  William 

97- 

Hollis,  W-.,  Snr. 

56. 

Osbourn,  William 

98. 

Hollis,  W-.,  Jnr. 

57- 

Drew,  Henry 

99- 

Ruff,  John 

58. 

Smith,  William 

100. 

Reason,  James  X 

59- 

Dixon,  Morris  X 

lOI. 

Coupland,  John 

60. 

Cheney,  George,  Jnr. 

102. 

Nutterwell,  Daniel 

61. 

Garland,  Francis  X 

103. 

Kimble,  Samuel 

62. 

Hanson,  Hollis 

104. 

Wood,  John 

63. 

Combes,  Jacob 

105. 

Brown,  John 

64. 

Pentenney, Joseph 

106. 

Garrittson,  Garritt 

65- 

Kimble,  James,  Jnr. 

107. 

Steuart,  James 

66. 

Chaney,  George 

108. 

Michael,  Balsher 

67. 

Reading,  William  X 

109. 

Gordon,  Alexander 

68. 

Chaney,  Benjamin 

no. 

Crouch,  Stephen  X 

69. 

Whiteaker,  Isaac  X 

III. 

Budd,  George 

70. 

Hollis,  Amos 

112. 

Dorsey,  Frisby 

71- 

West,  William 

113- 

Frisbey,  Thomas  Peregrine 

72. 

Hall,  Josas 

114. 

Mobsler,  James 

73- 

Hays,  John,  Jnr. 

115- 

Gilmore,  Charles 

74- 

Bennett,  Peter 

116. 

Debrular,  Anthony 

75- 

Taylor,  John 

117. 

Taylor,  John 

76. 

Crawford,  Alexander 

118. 

Pike,  Hutchins 

77- 

Patterson,  George 

119. 

Gelley,  William 

78. 

Mathews,  Roger 

120. 

MCarty,  James 

79- 

Standley,  John  X 

121. 

Buckley,  John  X 

80. 

Bennett,  Levin 

122. 

Warfield,  Henry 

81. 

Johnson,  William 

123. 

Mathews,  John,  Sen. 

82. 

Try,  Paultis 

124. 

Mathews,  John,  Jnr. 

83. 

Daugherty,  Samuel 

125. 

Eagle,  James  X 

84. 

Woolsey,  Joseph 

126. 

Ashley,  Thomas 

85. 

Beatty,  Archabald 

127. 

Dallam,  John 

86. 

Jackson,  Thomson  X 

128. 

Lenagin,  James 

87. 

Paca,  Aquila,  Jnr. 

129. 

M^egay,  Robert 

88. 

Loney,  William 

130. 

Whiteaker,  John 

89. 

Drew,  James 

131- 

Bennett,  Benjamin 

90. 

Drew,  Anthoney 

132. 

Caine,  Edward 

91- 

Mash,  Loyd 

Aquila  Hall, 

OATHS   OF   FIDELITY 


241 


I. 

The  Worshipfull  Robert 

Amos'  Returns 

2. 

Baker,  Charles,  Capt. 

43- 

Lyon,  Jonathan 

3- 

Hitchcock,  Asael,  Jnr. 

44. 

Coleman,  George 

4- 

Britton,  W-". 

45- 

Turner,  John 

5- 

Hitchcock,  Josiah,  Jnr. 

46. 

Mekemson,  John 

6. 

Miles,  Aquila 

47- 

Cowley,  Mathew 

7- 

Robinson,  Edwd. 

48. 

Mekemson,  William 

8. 

Talbott,  James 

49- 

Mekemson,  Thos. 

9- 

CarHle,  Robert 

50. 

Ayers,  Stephen 

10. 

Ash  ten,  Joseph 

51- 

Meegaa,  James 

II. 

Parker,  Aquila 

52. 

Brown,  John 

12. 

James,  W". 

53- 

Davidson,  John 

13- 

Amoss,  Joshua  (of  James) 

54- 

Smith,  John 

14. 

Hitchcock,  Asel,  Snr. 

55- 

Patterson,  W". 

15. 

Norris,  W". 

56. 

M'=Donald,  John 

16. 

McDonald,  Cornelius 

57- 

Hanna,  Hugh 

17- 

Nelson,  Hugh 

58. 

Almony,  John 

18. 

Amoss,  James,  Snr. 

59- 

Kelly,  Arthu 

19- 

Dale,  John 

60. 

Roberts,  W-. 

20. 

Hutchins,  Richard 

61. 

Giles,  James 

21. 

Peairs,  John 

62. 

Thomas,  John 

22. 

Parker,  Martin 

63- 

Markham,  William 

23- 

Parker,  John 

64. 

Hanna,  Caleb 

24. 

Amoss,  Nicholas 

65. 

Smithson,  David 

25- 

Evans,  Evan 

66. 

Garrison,  John 

26. 

Talbott,  Matthew 

67. 

Dublin,  John  Stewart 

21. 

Taylor,  Charles 

68. 

Stewart,  John 

28. 

Knight,  W". 

69. 

Simpson,  W". 

29. 

Creswell,  Marthew 

70. 

Bently,  Joshua 

30. 

Harper,  Moses 

71- 

Sturgem,  Robt. 

31- 

Robinson,  Richard  (of  Edw. 

)         72. 

McDonald,  Hugh 

32. 

Ditto,  W-. 

73- 

Amoss,  Benjn.,  Capt. 

33- 

Biddle,  Benja. 

74- 

Carter,  Benjn. 

34- 

Corbet,  John 

75- 

Whiteford,  Hugh 

35- 

MCourtie,  James 

76. 

Oldham,  Henry 

36. 

Cambell,  John,  Snr. 

77- 

Hutchins,  Jacob 

37- 

Horrod,  W". 

78. 

Williams,  David 

38. 

Curry,  James 

79- 

Ensor,  Thomas 

39- 

Harthey,  Joseph 

80. 

Beaven,  John  I. 

40. 

Barton,  James 

81. 

Robinson,  Charles 

41. 

Amoss,  James,  Jnr. 

82. 

Taylor,  John  (of  Chas.) 

42.  Duncan,  James 
17 

83- 

Butersbo,  John 

242 


MARYLAND    RECORDS— HARFORD    COUNTY 


84. 

Robinson,  W".,  Jnr. 

III. 

Donoley,  J  as. 

85- 

Hutchins,  \V". 

112. 

Rutledge,  John 

86. 

Burton,  Richard 

113- 

Robins,  Job 

87. 

Garrison,  Cornelius 

114. 

Standiford,  Jas. 

88. 

Guyon,  John 

115- 

Smith,  John 

89. 

Chocke,  John 

116. 

Smith,  Jas. 

90. 

Clark,  Aquila 

117. 

Carson,  John 

91. 

Hitchcock,  John 

118. 

Morris,  John 

92. 

Hitchcock,  W"". 

119. 

Marsh,  John 

93- 

Rockhold,  John,  Jnr. 

120. 

Scofield,  W-. 

94- 

Taylor,  John 

121. 

Parker,  W-. 

95- 

Norris,  James 

122. 

Appelton,  Edwd. 

96. 

Jivdon,  Richard 

123. 

Amos,  Henry 

97- 

Carroll,  Peter 

124. 

Ditto,  Henry 

98. 

Rockhold,  Asael 

125. 

Forrisdale,  Stanford 

99- 

Carman,  Andrew 

126. 

Reves,  Noah 

100. 

Craven,  Andrew 

127. 

Day,  Robt. 

lOI. 

Rice,  Walter 

128. 

Baldwin,  W". 

102. 

Poison,  John 

129. 

Scarff,  John 

103. 

Eagon,  Samson 

130. 

Shipley,  Richard 

104. 

Jarrett,  Jesse 

131- 

Hitchcock,  Josiah,  Snr. 

105. 

Day,  Samuel 

132. 

Hitchcock,  Henry 

106. 

Garrott,  W"-. 

133- 

Robinson,  W"".,  Snr. 

107. 

Thomas,  Thos. 

134- 

MClelan,  Nathan 

108. 

Johnson,  Moses 

135- 

Evans,  Griffith 

109. 

Beard,  Thos. 

136. 

J  ones,  Joseph 

no. 

Elder,  Robt. 

Coppy  of  ye  affirmation  and  affirmers  thereto  proceeding  taken  before 


Robert  Amoss. 


I.  The  Worshipfull  John  Archer's  Returns 


2.  Smith,  Samuel 

3.  Mdintock,  Mathew,  Jnr. 

4.  Monohan,  Arthur. 

5.  Baylis,  Daniel 

6.  Stack,  Jacob 

7.  Smith,  David 

8.  Teats,  C.  S. 

9.  Bull,  Jacob 

10.  MClure,  William 

11.  Jameson,  Alexander 


12.  Hart,  John 

13.  Boardsman,  W'illiam 

14.  Smith,  James 

15.  Monohan,  John 

16.  Baylis,  Samuel 

17.  Perry,  Thos.  X  Feb.  2d,  1778 

18.  Slack,  John 

19.  Cretin,  John,  Feb.  7th,  1778 

20.  Jervis,  John 

21.  MLaughlin,  George 


OATHS   OF   FIDELITY 


243 


22.  Cretin,  Patrick 

23.  Smith,  W".  (son  of  W".) 

24.  Bromly,  Joseph,  Feb.  7th  1778 

25.  Hanna,  James 

26.  Moorn,  John 

27.  Morgan,  Edward 

28.  Hormott,  Andrew 

29.  Kroesen,  Richard 

30.  Pritchard,  Thomas  X 

31.  iVIiUien,  Patrick  X 

32.  Pritchard,  Obediah 

33.  Kennedy,  James 

34.  Bonar,  WilHam 

35.  Jeffry,  Robert  X 

36.  Rowntree,  Thomas 

37.  Armstrong,  James 

38.  Gilbert,  Michael,  Snr. 

39.  Baylis,  Benjamin 

40.  Gilbert,  Parker 

41.  Gilbert,  PhiHp 

42.  Perkins,  John 

43.  Kroesen,  John 

44.  Hagon,  Henry 

45.  Moore,  James 

46.  Holmes,  James 

47.  Horner,  James 

48.  Smith,  Thomas 

49.  Powar,  Nicholas 

50.  Gilbert,  Samuel 

51.  Gilbert,  Taylor 

52.  Smith,  Hugh 

53.  Wamagin,  Thomas  X 

54.  Clark,  John 

55.  Kroesen,    Nicholas,    Feb.    21, 

1778 

56.  Huff,  Abraham 

57.  Price,  Daniel 

58.  Vanhorn,  Ezekiel 

59.  Kirkpatrick,  Hugh 

60.  Smith,  Robert 

61.  Dever,  Hugh 

62.  Butler,  George 


63- 

64. 

65- 
66. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 

71- 
72. 

73- 
74- 
75- 
76. 

77- 
78. 

79- 
80. 
81. 
82. 

83. 

84. 

85- 
86. 
87. 


90. 

91. 
92. 

93. 
94, 

95 


97. 
98, 

99 
100. 

lOI. 


M-^Laughlin,  Robert,  Feb.  21, 

1778 
MClure,  Robert 
Jamison,  John 
M Bride,  John 
M  Donald  Patrick 
Pritchard,  James,  Jnr. 
Dickson,  David 
Caldwell,  John 
Kennedy,  Thomas 
Ramsay,  William 
Chiswell,  Robert 
Creswell,  Robert 
Criswell,  Robert 
Courtney,  Thomas 
Smith,  Ralph 
Sims,  George 
Vanhorn,  Richard 
MClintock,  Mathew 
Langhin,  Peter 
Jibb,  John  X 
Gilbert,  Mich. 
MLaughlin,  John 
Hanson,  Jacob  X 
Baylis,  Nache. 
Silner,  Benjamin 
Wells,  James 
Baylis,  Robert 
Gilbert,  Charles  (son  of 

Michl.) 
Baylis,  Elias 
Smith,  Benja. 
Andrews,  Thomas 
Durbin,  Daniel 
Carey,  John 
Pritchard,   James,    Feb.    26th 

1778 
Dallam,  Richard 
Garrett,  Amos 
Hanna,  John 
Cretin,  John,  Jnr. 
Curry,  John  X 


244 


MARYLAND   RECORDS— HARFORD   COUNTY 


102.  Cuddy,  James,  Feb.  26",  1778      134. 

103.  Jevis,  Joseph  135. 

104.  Jameson,  John  (Farmer)  136. 

105.  Alonohon,  Arthur  137. 

106.  Hanna,  Alexander  138. 

107.  Esther,  James  X  139. 

108.  Cunningham,  John  140. 

109.  Logne,  W".,  Snr.  X  141. 
no.  Boyle,  Thos.,  Feb.  28"^  1778         142. 

111.  Cultraugh,  William  143. 

112.  Eratt,  William  144. 

113.  Loney,  Amos  145. 

114.  Walker,  James  146. 

115.  Wilmott,  Richard  147. 

116.  Corsly,  Richard  148. 

117.  Breden,  Robert  149. 

118.  Cooley,  John  150. 

119.  Davidson,  John  151. 

120.  Barns,  William  152. 

121.  Mathews,  Bennet  153. 

122.  Gilbert,  Michael  154. 

123.  Taylor,  Walter,  Feb.  28th  1778      155. 

124.  Watson,  Archibald  156. 

125.  Clark,  Lawrence  157. 

126.  Smith,  Nathe.  158. 

127.  Gilbert,  Charles,  Snr.  159. 

128.  Tilbrook,  John  160. 

129.  Waldron,  Richard  161. 

130.  Britchard,  John  162. 

131.  Sheredine,  James  163. 

132.  Denny,  Michael  164. 

133.  Small,  John 


Hawthorn,  John 

Harrington,  Thomas 

MClure,  James 

Campbell,  Daniel 

Criswell,  William 

Blackburn,  Robert 

MCann,  Arthur  (Miller) 

Culver,  Benja. 

Browne,  Thomas 

Ferguson,  Andrew 

Smith,  Patrick,  Feb.  28*''  1778 

ODonnell,  Michael 

Hays,  Archer 

Gilbert,  Aquila 

Jeffrey,  Hugh 

Hasset,  William 

ODillen,  Lawrence 

Huston,  James 

Sharswood,  \\'illiam 

Culver,  Robert 

Roney,  John  X 

MCann,  Arthur  X  (Weaver) 

Wilson,  Andrew 

Townley,  John  X 

Dallam,  Josias  W"". 

Worster,  Robert 

Murphy,  Edward  X 

Byard,  James 

Hays,  John 

MFaddin,  Daniel 

Cunning,  Philip 

John  Archer. 


I.  The  Worshipfull  John  Love's  Returns 


2.  Pennith,  Thomas 

3.  West,  William 

4.  Preston,  William 

5.  Honnoll,  William 

6.  Preston,  Daniel 

7.  Key,  Job 

8.  Bussey,  Edward 

9.  Scott,  Nathan 


10.  Clark,  William,  Jnr. 

11.  West,  Nathaniel,  Jnr. 

12.  Preston,  James 

13.  Corbet,  William 

14.  West,  Jonathan 

15.  Green,  John 

16.  Goldsmith,  Vincent 

17.  Fulton,  William 


OATHS  OF   FIDELITY 


245 


18. 

Shepherd,  William 

45- 

Billinglea,  Walter,  Jnr. 

19- 

Clark,  William  (of  Robt.) 

46. 

Buckman,  John 

20. 

Preston,  Martin 

47- 

Norris,  Joseph  (of  Edwd.) 

21. 

Green,  Henry 

48. 

Bull,  Edward  (of  Jacob) 

22. 

Huston,  Hugh 

49. 

Terrey,  Patrick 

23- 

Stooksbery,  William, 

,Jnr. 

50. 

Bull,  Jacob  (of  Jacob) 

24. 

Turner,  Andrew 

51- 

Johnson,  Robert 

25- 

Watson,  James 

52. 

West,  Jonathan,  Jnr. 

26. 

Stooksbery,  William, 

,  Snr. 

53- 

Bezerly,  Hugh,  Jnr. 

27. 

Rhodes,  Benjamin 

54- 

Scott,  Aquila  (of  Aquila) 

28. 

Tomby,  Thomas 

55- 

Smithson,  Daniel 

29. 

Casedy,  Allen 

56. 

West,  Nathan,  Snr. 

30. 

Neal,  John  (of  Charles  Co.) 

57- 

Fye,  Godfrey 

31- 

Neal,  W".   Francis 

(of  Chas. 

58. 

Green,  Henry  (of  John) 

Co.) 

59- 

Johnson,  Barnet 

32. 

Green,  Benjamin 

60. 

Murphy,  Patrick 

33- 

Green,  Lawrence 

61. 

Erwin,  James 

34- 

Wheeler,  Bennett 

62. 

Johnson,  Jacob 

35- 

Cooper,  Henry 

63- 

Grafton,  Daniel 

36. 

Billinglia,  Walter 

64. 

Grafton,  William 

37- 

Worrell,  Richard 

65. 

Preston,  Barnard  (of  Danl.) 

38. 

M^Guire,  Phillip 

66. 

Moone,  James  (of  John) 

39- 

Harriss,  James 

67. 

Cooper,  William 

40. 

Cretin,  James 

68. 

Green,  James 

41. 

Jeffriss,  Thomas 

69. 

Hopkins,  William,  Jnr. 

42. 

Blacklearr,  John 

(Quaker) 

43- 

Hannah,  William 

70. 

Wilson,  Henry  (Quaker) 

44. 

Strode,  Thomas 

71- 

Robinson,  Joseph  (Quaker) 

I  Certify  the  above  to  be  a  true  Coppie  given  under  my  hand  this 
3rd  March  1778. 

John  Love. 

1.  The  Worshipfull  Abrji.  Whitaker's  Returns,  Mch.  24TH,  1778. 

2.  Renshaw,  Joseph  10.   Bleany,  Thos. 

3.  Robson,  Richard  11.  MDaniel,  Jos. 

4.  Renshaw,  Joseph,  Jnr.  12.  MColough,  Jas. 

5.  \'anhorn,  G.  P.  13.  Vanhorn,  Aaron 

6.  Jewett,  Charles  14.  Sadler,  Jas.  Norris 

7.  Thomson,  Andrew  15.  M'^Colough,  Jas.,  Jnr. 

8.  Renshaw,  Thomas  16.  Smith,  Peter 

9.  Robinson,  Archa.  17.  Makinson,  Andrew 


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18. 

Kean,  Jos. 

60. 

Hopes,  Richard 

19- 

Meekmoor,  Robt. 

61. 

Norris,  Edward 

20. 

Worsby,  Geo.  H. 

62. 

Thomas,  Jos. 

21. 

Mekeem,  Jos. 

63. 

Hannah,  Robert 

22. 

M'Cord,  Arthur 

64. 

Cooper,  Calvin 

23- 

Alleson,  Alexn. 

65- 

Whiteford,  John 

24. 

Kelley,  J  no. 

66. 

M  "'Conner,  Daniel 

25- 

Hendersides,  Frn. 

67. 

M-'Colough,  Alexander 

26. 

Vance,  J  no. 

68. 

Smith,  William 

27. 

Kirkwood,  Robert 

69. 

Keeps,  Robert 

28. 

Tayn,  J  no.  Dealy 

70. 

Turner,  Patrick 

29. 

Cook,  J  no. 

71- 

Evans,  Griffith 

30. 

Hall,  W". 

72. 

Orr,  Jas. 

31- 

Kerne,  J  no. 

73- 

James,  William 

32. 

Bush,  J  no. 

74- 

Thomas,  Thomas 

33- 

Patterson,  Samuel 

75- 

Shell,  Jno. 

34- 

Patterson,  Saml. 

76. 

Skwington,  James 

35- 

Clark,  Jno.  (Revd.) 

77- 

Everett,  James 

36. 

Prestin,  Grafton 

78. 

Talbott,  Edward 

37- 

Durner,  Thos. 

79- 

Tawlard,  Benja. 

38. 

Capbell,  Jno. 

80. 

Hopes,  Thomas 

39- 

Bell,  David 

81. 

Bankhead,  Hugh 

40. 

Finley,  Jno. 

82. 

Henderson,  Andw. 

41. 

Finley,  J  as. 

83. 

Mead,  James 

42. 

Finley,  J  as.,  Jnr. 

84. 

Russel,  Thos. 

43- 

Amass,  William  (of  Joshua) 

85- 

Sheanes,  Henry 

44. 

MCloskey,  J  as. 

86. 

Ayers,  Thos. 

45- 

Rogers,  Owen 

87. 

Wood,  Henry 

46. 

Cross,  Richard 

88. 

Patterson,  Jas. 

47- 

Davis,  John,  Revd. 

89. 

Johnson,  William 

48. 

Long,  Jno. 

90. 

Comeve,  Jos. 

49. 

Harper,  Samuel 

91- 

INI'^Clure,  John 

50. 

M'Closky,  Jos. 

92. 

Turnell,  Thomas 

51- 

Orr,  Jno. 

93- 

Dereale,  Michl. 

52- 

Dives,  Francis 

94- 

Griffith,  Thos. 

53- 

Orr,  James 

95- 

Eavs,  Nah. 

54- 

Smith,  Robert 

96. 

Gordon,  William 

55- 

Turner,  Danl. 

97- 

Deney,  Walter 

56. 

Varney,  James 

98. 

Deney,  James 

57- 

Curry,  James 

99- 

Whiterker, 

58. 

Clemmons,  Patrick 

100. 

Bankhead,  William 

59- 

Gleen,  Robert 

lOI. 

Riddle,  John 

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247 


102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
no. 
III. 
112. 

113- 
114. 

115- 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 
130. 

131- 
132. 

133- 
134- 
135- 
136. 
137- 
138. 

139- 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143- 


Stone,  John 
MClung,  Adam 
Nelson,  Robert 
Bek,  John 
Parsons,  John 

A'l'^Gruigen, 

Sain, 

Fulfet,  John 
Richardson,  W". 
Bull,  Jacob  (of  John) 
Swann,  Frederick 
Feat,  David 
Durham,  David 
Dunsheath,  William 
Ashmead,  Samuel 
Coale,  William 
Corbitt,  Jos. 
Ware,  Thos. 
Lurk,  James 
Dick,  David 
Crop,  James 
Hicks,  Zebedee 
James,  Joshua 
James,  Thomas,  Jnr. 
Watsqn,  William 
Davis,' John 
Davis,  Thomas 
James,  Thomas 
Long,  John,  Jnr. 
M  Comas,  William 
Collings,  Robert 
Frew,  John 
Creighton,  James 
Hannah,  Sam. 
Guff,  James 
Derrouc,  J  no. 
Cooly,  Richard 
Scott,  James 
Brown,  David 
Cooly,  William 
AUin,  Jno. 
Cooly,  Richard,  Jnr. 


144.  Roads,  Thomas 

145.  Gladden,  Jacob 

146.  Thompson,  Daniel 

147.  Bay,  Hugh 

148.  Pain,  Barnit. 

149.  Robinson,  John 

150.  Renshaw,  John 

151.  Pillet,  Thomas 

152.  Murphy,  Thomas 

153.  Novinton,  John 

154.  Clar,  Thomas,  Jnr. 

155.  Dealy,  John 

156.  Lee,  John 

157.  Beaty,  W". 

158.  Henry,  Michl. 

159.  Clark,  John 

160.  Poteet,  James 

161.  Wheeler,  Thomas 

162.  Thompson,  Alexander 

163.  Davis,  David 

164.  Willnoth,  Godfray 

165.  Harpan,  Andrew 

166.  Renshaw,  Samuel 

167.  Scott,  Alexander 

168.  Harmer,  Samuel 

169.  Gibs,  Jno. 

170.  Renshaw,  Philip 

171.  Huff,  John 

172.  M'^Kell,  James 

173.  Ashmead,  John 

174.  Street,  Thomas 

175.  Poteet,  Thomas,  Jnr. 
■  176.  Ware,  John 

177.  James,  Henry 

178.  Street,  Thomas,  Jnr. 

179.  Coop,  Doratio 

180.  Thomson,  James 

181.  Whaler,  Jacob 

182.  Sinckler,  James 

183.  West,  David 

184.  Lewis,  Thomas 

185.  Wat,  Robert 


248 


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1 86. 

Steel,  John 

197. 

Bay,  W-. 

187. 

Mackalheny,  Mathew 

198. 

Mathews,  Ignatius 

188. 

Evans,  David 

199. 

Harris,  Robert 

189. 

Wakeling,  John 

200. 

Gormiley,  Owen 

190. 

Ask,  Thomas 

201. 

M'^Kinley,  Roger 

191. 

Kidd,  John 

202. 

Weain,  John 

192. 

Murphy,  William 

203. 

MColsgh,  David 

193- 

Loyd,  Thos. 

204. 

Bryerly,  Hugh 

194. 

Graftin,  Samuel 

205. 

Huskins,  Thomas 

195- 

Bosley,  William 

206. 

Kidd,  James 

196. 

Odoneld,  Saml. 

Gov.  Thos.  Johnson,  Governor  of  the  State. 
Eden  Town. 

I  send  you  a  list  of  the  several  Gentlemen  who  took  the  Oath  of  Fidelity 
before  me  as  under  and  by  Act  of  the  General  Assembly 

Abm.  Whitaker. 


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Published  from  Original  Returns  in  the  Archives 

of  Maryland,  and  By  Permission  of  The 

Historical  Society  of  Maryland. 

Pages  25  to  36,  Revolutionary  Records  of  Maryland,  Brumbaugh  and 
Hodges,  contain  numerous  references  to  individuals  mentioned  in  the 
following  "Returns"  from  Prince  George's  County,  Md.  and  should  be 
consulted. 

Revolutionary  Records  of  Maryland,  page  30: 

"At  a  County  Court  held  at  Upper  Marlborough  Town,  March  23, 

1779- 

Richard  Henderson  produces  to  the  Court  here  his  account  against 
the  County  for  an  allowance  for  Administering  the  Oath  of  Fidelity 
and  is  allowed  six  pounds  current  money  in  the  present  County  Levy 
for  that  purpose."     (See  Return  No.  11.) 


Fielder 

Bowie's 

Return 

I. 

,  John 

19- 

Ryan,  Nathaniel 

2. 

Baden,  Robert 

20. 

Bowie,  John  Fraser 

3- 

Baden,  Benj". 

21. 

Haye,  Sabrit 

4- 

Naylor,  Geo:  Jr. 

22. 

Orme,  Richard 

5. 

Bowie,  Allen,  Jr. 

23- 

Piles,  Francis 

6. 

Hollyday,  Leo"^.,  Jr. 

24. 

Hamilton,  Dr.  Thomas 

7- 

Baden,  John,  Sen^ 

25- 

Roberts,  Evan 

8. 

Baden,  Jeremiah 

26. 

Earley,  William,  Jr. 

9- 

Hollyday,  Leonard 

27. 

Hooker,  Jonas 

0. 

Harrison,  John 

28. 

War  field,  John,  Jr. 

I. 

Haye,  Thomas 

29. 

White,  Thomas  T. 

2. 

Harriss,  George 

30. 

M" ,  Benj". 

3- 

Cox,  Thomas 

31- 

Fry,  James 

4- 

Harvey,  William  G. 

32. 

Ryan,  Darby 

5- 

Sadler,  James 

33- 

Freeman,  Benj". 

6. 

Boteler,  Edward 

34- 

Boteler,  Henry 

7- 

Naylor,  John  Lawson 

35- 

Boteler,  Charles,  Jr. 

8. 

Haye,  Cephas 

36. 

Boteler,  Charles 

304     MARYLAND  RECORDS— PRINCE  GEORGE'S  COUNTY 


37- 

Peter,  Jonathan  H. 

48. 

Dorsett,  William  N. 

38. 

Haye,  Dorsett 

49- 

Hodgken,  Thomas 

39- 

Ryan,  John  of  Nat. 

50. 

Harvey,  James 

40. 

Turner,  Jesse 

51- 

Dorsett,  Thomas 

41. 

Earley,  William,  Jr. 

52. 

Hooper,  John 

42. 

Selby,  Joseph 

53- 

Orme,  William 

43- 

Orme,  Hezekiah 

54- 

Gray,  Thomas 

44. 

Hodgken,  Thomas,  of  Philip 

55- 

Stallions,  Thomas 

45- 

Cramphin,  Damond 

56. 

Baden,  John  of  Thos. 

46. 

Johns,  William 

57- 

Sadler,  William 

47- 

Orme,  John 

57 

'  Sworn  in  before  Court 

The  Following  is  what  I  ad'^.  to  my 

list  at  March  Court. 

58. 

Larkin,  Elias 

83. 

Wilson,  Nath\ 

59- 

S ,  Tho». 

84. 

Moore,  John 

60. 

Moore,  Elij*. 

85- 

Busey,  William 

61. 

Clagett,  Edward 

86. 

McDonald,  John 

62. 

Harvey,  Thomas 

87. 

Farr,  Nicholas 

63. 

Jackson  (?),  Nehemiah 

88. 

Mattingley,  Clement 

64. 

Martin,  Henry 

89. 

Gilpin,  Edward 

65- 

Ridgway,  Jonathan 

90. 

Swann,  Samuel 

66. 

Simpson,  Gilbert 

91. 

Grimes,  Charles 

67. 

Sullivan,  Thomas 

92. 

Long,  Thomas 

68. 

,  Nathan 

93- 

Grimes,  John 

69. 

MulHkin,  Samuel 

94- 

Soper,  Jonathan 

70. 

Ridgway,  Richard 

95- 

Hale, 

71- 

Dorsett,  Theodore 

96. 

C ,  Matthew  "41" 

72. 

Curr,  John 

97- 

Lovejoy,  John 

73- 

Simmons,  Robert 

98. 

Gibbons,  John 

74- 

Higdon,  Truman 

99- 

Hown,  Henry 

75- 

Standage,  Thomas 

100. 

Gibbons,  Walter 

76. 

Hickey,  Francis 

lOI. 

Michell,  John 

77- 

Lane,  John 

102. 

Sinclair,  Naths 

78. 

Talbert,  Nathaniel 

103. 

Hardey,  John,  son  of  Ign"" 

79- 

Tannar,  Ign==.  Nevett 

104. 

Naylor,  George,  of  Batson 

80. 

Harris,  James 

105. 

Naylor,  Batson 

81. 

Sollers,  Sabrit 

106. 

Sandsbury,  Richard 

82. 

Campbell,  James 

"  c 

51  ad"*,  in  Court." 

OATHS  OF   FIDELITY 


305 


]\Iarch  20th,  1776 
Gentlemen : 

Inclosd  is  a  true  Copy  from   my  Test  Book,  delivered   in  the  Court. 
Please  to  excuse  my  not  sending  these  sooner  &  I  am 

Gentlemen 

With  Great  Respect. 

Your  Most  Hum.  St. 

Fielder  Bowie. 


"A   Return   of  Persons   having  taken  the  Oath  by 
Thomas  Gantt  juni".      Prince  George's  County 

[Oath  in  full] 


1.  Swann,  Edward 

2.  Thomas,  Alexander* 

3.  Greenfield,  William  T. 

4.  Frazier,  John* 

5.  Addams,  Luke 

6.  Swann,  James 

7.  Wear,  James 


8.  Frazier,  William 

9.  Smith,  Thomas 

ID.  Gantt,  George,  Junior 

11.  Brooke,  Richard 

12.  Gantt,  Thomas 

13.  Greenfield,  Thomas  Smith 

14.  Lawson,  Thomas* 


Thomas  Gantt — Return  of  "Capt.  Tapley 
of  the  Brig  Royal" 


1.  Hardacre,  W". 

2.  Lawson,  John* 

3.  Rutter,  Jonathan* 

4.  Greenfield,  Walter  Truman 

5.  Greenfield,  Ger"*.  Truman 

6.  Beddoe,  James* 

7.  Roughton,  Job 

8.  Hown  [?],  Henry,  Junior 

9.  Hill,  Job 


10.  Newhouse,  John* 

11.  Brightwell,  John  Lawson 

12.  Gantt,  George 

13.  Weeden,  Joseph* 

14.  Wells,  Samuel 

15.  Smith,  Isaac* 

16.  Gantt,  Tho'.  ye  3^,  of  Calvert 

County 


"  I  hereby  Certify  that  the  above  is  a  true  Copy  taken  from  the  Orig- 
inal Book,  to  be  returned  to  the  County  Court; 

Tho^  Gantt,  Junior." 


'  "His  mark." 
21 


3o6    MARYLAND  RECORDS— PRINCE  GEORGE'S  COUNTY 


Osborn  Sprigg's  Return 


1.  Sprigg,  John  40. 

2.  Smith,  James  41. 

3.  Belt,  Tobias  42. 

4.  Priestley,  Thomas  43. 

5.  Mitchell,  Rich-i.  44- 

6.  Osborn,  John  45. 

7.  Warman,  Thomas  C.  46. 

8.  Burgess,  Charles  47. 

9.  Watson,  James  48. 

10.  Sprigg,  Phillip  49- 

11.  Warman,  J.  H.  50. 

12.  Moodie,  W-".  5i- 

13.  Osborn,  Francis  52. 

14.  Osborn,  Dennis  53. 

15.  Morton,  Richard  54- 

16.  Duvall,  Mareen  55- 

17.  Summers,  John  56. 

18.  Burgess,  Mordis  57. 

19.  Glover,  Thomas  58. 

20.  Miles,  Shadrick  59. 

21.  Bassett,  Richard  60. 

22.  Soaper,  Lea^  61. 

23.  Clower,  John,  Junr.  62. 

24.  Beall,  Rich''.  63. 

25.  Hall,  Nathaniel  64. 

26.  Fraizer  [Fraizen?],  Henry  65. 

27.  Week,  W-.  66. 

28.  White,  George  67. 

29.  Page,  Daniel  68. 

30.  White,  Thomas  69. 

31.  Harvin,  Clem'.  70. 

32.  Cox,  Abraham  71. 

33.  Robison,  James  72- 

34.  Wigfield,  Thomas  73- 

35.  Roland,  George  74. 

36.  Losson,  W"".  75- 

37.  Soaper,  Abr".  76- 

38.  Townshend,  Leo''.  77- 

39.  Hurley,  W-".  78. 


Hobbs,  John 

Cove,  George 

Thomson,  John 

Thomson,  W™. 

Sergant,  Benj". 

Beall,  James 

Waters,  Plimmer 

Moore,  John 

Grundie,  W"". 

Stone,  Joseph 

Harvey,  Henry 

Harvey,  James 

Taylor,  John 

Ryon,  Clement 

Hosper,  Thomas 

Duce,  Deen,  Duer  [?],  Samuel 

Mocbee,  W-". 

Lowe,  Nathan 

Gale,  Peter 

Vermilion,  Howard 

Stallion,  Thomas  H. 

Hall,  Phillip 

Peary,  Samuel 

Wilson,  Zach'. 

Maddooke,  James 

Peary,  Howard 

Robeson,  Stephen 

Perkins,  Thomas 

Chamberlain,  Clem'. 

Hilleary,  John 

Gwynn,  Benj ". 

Macbee,  Zadock 

Soaper,  John 

Cross,  W". 

Duvall,  Jeremiah 

Jones,  Silvester 

Onion,  Henry 

Howell,  John 

Atkin,  Thomas 


OATHS   OF   FIDELITY 


307 


79- 

Summers,  Nathan 

119. 

Roberts,  Howard 

80. 

Riston,  Elisha 

120. 

Wigfield,  Joseph 

81. 

Riston,  Zadock 

121. 

Ray  [Kay?],  Phillip 

82. 

Allby,  W-. 

122. 

Cooke,  John 

83. 

King,  Richard 

123. 

Jenkins,  W™. 

84. 

Brown,  John 

124. 

Moore,  James,  Senr. 

85- 

Darcey,  John 

125. 

Burgess,  Richard 

86. 

Sanders,  John 

126. 

Addams,  Rich^. 

87. 

Magruder,  Samuel 

127. 

Tolbert,  Paul 

88. 

]\Iagruder,  Robert 

128. 

Summers,  Josiah 

89. 

Mockbee,  Booth 

129. 

Jenkins,  Zadock 

90. 

Magruder,  Dennis 

130. 

Harday,  Baptist 

91- 

INIockbee,  Barie 

131- 

"Lisby,"  Samuel 

92. 

Mockbee,  W".  N. 

132. 

Turner,  Benj"'. 

93- 

Moore,  Benj°. 

133- 

Lucas  [Lewis?],  Thomas 

94- 

Wood,  John 

134- 

Ryon,  John 

95- 

Newman,  Butler 

135- 

Stone,  Vict'. 

96. 

Lintern,  Lintem,  Linkem  [?], 

136. 

Biggs,  Henry 

John 

137- 

Cox,  Josiah 

97- 

Lowe,  Henry 

138. 

Waters,  Mord'. 

98. 

Mitchell,  Thomas 

139- 

Waters,  Jacob  H. 

99- 

Sandsburr>',  Thomas 

140. 

M''Kensey,  James 

100. 

Wood,  Thomas 

141. 

Wells,  Samuel 

lOI. 

Weaver,  Jacob 

142. 

Fisher,  Abraham 

102. 

Sandsburry,  Francis 

143- 

Yerling,  Thomas 

103. 

Hardey,  Ignatious 

144. 

Lowe,  Zeph"". 

104. 

Arnold,  Christopher 

145- 

Sprigg,  John  Clark 

105. 

Wilkinson,  George 

146. 

Brashears,  John 

106. 

Warman,  Benj". 

147. 

"Felphs,"  Robert 

107. 

Mundley,  John 

148. 

Moore,  Zadock 

108. 

Robison,  James 

149. 

Emerson,  George 

109. 

]\Ioore,  James,  son  Benj". 

150. 

Keth,  James 

no. 

Cross,  John 

151- 

Moore,  Joseph 

III. 

Hutchenson,  Samuel 

152. 

Peary,  Thomas 

112. 

Wallingford,  George 

153- 

Moore,  James 

113- 

Hinness    [Henness,    Inness?], 

154- 

King,  James 

John 

155- 

Clarkson,  Notley 

114. 

Bidden,  Richard 

156. 

Cooke,  Joseph 

115- 

Mudd,  Hez\ 

157- 

Burch,  Thomas 

116. 

^Llurk,  Daniel 

158. 

Faivale,  Daniel 

117. 

Jacson,  W". 

159- 

Standage  [Handage?],  Hez*" 

118. 

Ryon,  James  Brown 

160. 

Ridgaway,  Benj". 

3o8     MARYLAND  RECORDS— PRINCE  GEORGE'S  COUNTY 


l6i. 

Davis,  Rob'. 

187. 

Martin,  John 

162. 

"Mar ton,"  Jacob 

188. 

Talburt,  Benj". 

163. 

Bird,  Thomas 

189. 

Canberry,  Stephen 

164. 

Tucker,  Thomas 

190. 

Firman,  John 

165. 

Robert,  John 

191. 

Clubb,  Samuel 

166. 

Clagett,  Thomas 

192. 

Hopkins,  Rich"^. 

167. 

Bean,  Thomas 

193- 

Lewis,  Thomas 

168. 

Burch,  Edward 

194. 

Hinniss,  John 

169. 

Evans,  John 

195- 

Grimes,  George 

170. 

Robison,  Benj". 

196. 

Fraizer,  Robert 

171. 

"Morgin,"  Marmaduke 

197. 

"Cidwell,"  Hez*". 

172. 

Butler,  Thomas 

198. 

Beckett,  John 

173- 

"Camble,"  W-. 

199. 

Harvey,  Newman 

174. 

Smith,  John 

200. 

Gibbons,  W". 

175- 

Bean,  Benj". 

201. 

King,  Henry 

176. 

"Buckinham,"  Richard 

202. 

Upton,  Thomas 

177. 

King,  John 

203. 

Upton,  George 

178. 

Sinclear,  W". 

204. 

Hurley,  Sab™. 

179. 

Adams,  George 

205. 

Pearse  [?[],  [Scarce?], 

180. 

Hutchinson,  W™. 

Shadrick 

181. 

Nailor,  Joshua 

206. 

Harday,  George 

182. 

Davis,  Nath'. 

207. 

King,  Benj". 

183. 

Adams,  George 

208. 

Sinclear,  Mord'. 

184. 

Gibbons,  Thomas 

209. 

Ryon,  Elisha 

185. 

"Jeffrais,"  John 

210. 

Ryon,  Philip 

186. 

Phillips,  Bedder  [Belder?] 

The  foregoing  persons  has  Taken  the  Oath  of  Fidelity  to  this  state  as 
directed  by  Act  of  Assembly  before  me 

O.  Sprigg.* 


'  The  writing  in  this  Return  is  so  indistinct  that  but  the  last  page  is  reproduced.     (See  Plate 


300). 


[Thomas  Upton 
George  Upton 
Sab°.  Hurley 
George  Harday 


Ben"".  King 
Mord.  Sinclear 
Elisha  Ryon 
Philip  Ryon] 


EARLY  MARYLAND  NATURALIZATIONS 


Early  Maryland  Naturalizations,  Etc.,  From 
Kilty's  Laws 

Achilles,  Peter.     Session  1674,  Ch.  25. 

Allen,  Thomas.     His  two  children  to  be  redeemed  from  Indians.     1650, 

Ch.  18. 
Alward,  John.     Session  1682,  Ch.  11. 
Anderson,  Mounts.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Anleton,  Peter.     Session  1683,  Ch.  4. 
Annapolis.     Erected  into  a  town  and  port  and  place  of  trade,  under  name 

of  Town  Land  at  Proctor's.     Session  1683,  Ch.  5. 
Arenson,  Cornelius.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Barette,  Isaac  de,  &c.     Session  1669,  Ch.  4. 
Bayard,  Peter.     Session  1684,  Ch.  8. 
Beeson,  Stephen.     Session  1671,  Ch.  i. 
Berts,  Paul,  &c.     Session  1686,  Ch.  6. 
Blakemstein,  William.     Session  1682,  Ch.  14. 
Blaney,  Lewis.     Session  1681,  Ch.  10. 
Boys,  Cornelius.     Session  1681,  Ch.  9. 
Brown,  Derrick.     Session  1686,  Ch.  5. 

Cadger,  Robert.     Session  1676,  Ch.  10.     Real  &  personal  estate,  &c. 
Cartwright,  Matthew.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Cawood,  Ann.     Act  for  relief  of  her  children.     Session  1676,  Ch.  22. 
Christian,  Lawrence.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Cleyborn,  Capt.  Wm.     Compliance,  &c.  prohibited.     Session  1650,  Ch.  4. 
Colke,  OHver.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Comegye,  Cornelius,  &c.     Session  1671,  Ch.  29. 
Cordea,  Hester.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Cordea,  Mark.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 
Corsins,  John.     Session  1683,  Ch.  i. 
Dauntrees,  Jaspar.     Session  1684,  Ch.  8. 
Delamaire,  John.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
de  Costa,  Matthias.     Session  1671,  Ch.  28. 
DeLa  Grange,  Arnoldus.     Session  1684,  Ch.  8. 
DeLa  Roche,  Charles.     Session  1699,  Ch.  4. 
Demouderer,  Anthony.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 
Demoisne,  Peter  Maise.     Session  1683,  Ch.  i. 
Desjardins,  John.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
De  Young,  Jacob  Clause.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

311 


312  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Dhyniossa,  Alexander,  &c.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Duhattoway,  Jacob.     Session  1674,  Ch.  25. 

Elexon,  John.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Enloes,  Henry.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Errickson,  Mathew,  of  Kent  Co.     Session  1682,  Ch.  10. 

Fountaine,  Nichs.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Fowcate,  Peter.     Session  1681,  Ch.  9. 

Freeman,  Henry.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Garrets,  Rutgerson.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Gotes,  John,  &c.     Session  1671,  Ch.  i. 

Green,  Henry.     Session  1674,  Ch.  14. 

Guibert,  Joshua.     Session  1678,  Ch.  12. 

Hack,  Anna.     Session  1666,  Ch.  7. 

Hanson,  Hans.     Session  1671,  Ch.  29. 

Harman,  Augustine.     Session  1666,  Ch.  7. 

Henderson,  Henry.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Holdsworth,  Samuel,  Calvert  Co.     Act  for  his  benefit  confirming  title  as 

against  Edwd.  Husband  and  his  heirs.     Session  1681,  Ch.  17. 
Jacobson,  JeofTrey.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Jarbo,  John.     Naturalized,  Session  1666,  Ch.  7. 
Jarboe,  John,  Lt.  Col.     Noncupative  will  confirmed.     Session  1676,  Ch. 

19. 
Johnson,  Albert.     Session  1682,  Ch.  10. 
Johnson,  Beman.     Session  1682,  Ch.  10. 
Johnson,  CorneHses.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Johnson,  John.     Session  1674,  Ch.  14. 
Johnson,  Peter.     Session  1664,  Ch.  9. 
Johnson,  Simon.     Session  1682,  Ch.  4. 
Jourdain,  Jean.     Session  1669,  Ch.  4. 
Lecount,  John,  &c.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Lederer,  John.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 
Lockerman,  Jacob.     Session  1678,  Ch.  13. 
Long,  John   of   London,   merchant.     Lease  confirmed   to   him.     Session 

1674,  Ch.  24. 
Looton,  Jacob.     Session  1682,  Ch.  9. 
Mans,  Rowland.     Session  1682,  Ch.  15. 
Matson,  Andrew.     Session  1683,  Ch.  I. 
Matthews,  Henry.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Mills,  Peter.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 
Moisne-see  Peter  Maise  DeMoisne. 
Mugenbrough,  Martin.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 
Mullock,  Andrew-see  Poulson.     Session  1683,  Ch.  4. 


EARLY   MARYLAND   NATURALIZATIONS  313 

Neale,  James-His  children.     Session  1666,  Ch.  8. 

Nomers,  John.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Oldson,  Peter.     Session  1681,  Ch.  10. 

Peane,  James,  &c.     Session  1678,  Ch.  13. 

Peterson,  CorneHus.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Peterson,  Hans.     Session?,  Ch.  12. 

Peterson,  Mathias,  &c.     Naturalized  Session  1671,  Ch.  10,  and  1683,  Ch.  4. 

Rowlands,  Robert.     Session  1669,  Ch.  4. 

Seth,  Jacob.     Session  1684,  Ch.  9. 

Stille,  .Axell.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Syserson,  Marcus.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Tick,  William.     Session  1674,  Ch.  12. 

Toulson,  Andrew,  Baltimore  Co.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Turner,  Thomas.     Session  1671,  Ch.  10. 

Vanheeck,  John.     Session  1669,  Ch.  4. 

Vansweringen,  Garret,  &c.     Session  1669,  Ch.  4. 

Verbrack,  Nich.     Session  1684,  Ch.  7. 

Ward,   Henry,  of  Cecil  Co.  Gent.     Act  punishing  for  a  certain  abuse. 

Session  1676,  Ch.  21. 
Ward,  Mary.     Executrix  of  Matthew  Ward,  deed. -confirmation  of  i  late 

husband's  purchase  of  plantation  on  Patuxent  River,  called  "Further 

Neck."     Session  1678,  Ch.  14. 
Young,  Jacob   Clause  De-see    DeYoung.     Naturalization   Session    1 671, 

Ch.  10. 


Digest  of  Kilty's  Laws  i  Showing  Maryland  Rev- 
olutionary War  Pensions;    Maryland  Revolu- 
tionary War  Pensions  in  Report  of  Secy,  of 
War,  1835;    Some  Original  Commissions 

Notes  and  Abbreviations  Used. 

The  Act  of  Congress  of  Sept.  29,  1789,  directed  the  payment  of  Pensions, 
which  had  been  granted  and  paid  by  the  States  respectively,  to  the 
InvaHds  who  were  wounded  and  disabled  during  the  late  war,  should  be 
continued  and  paid  by  the  United  States  from  the  4th  of  March,  1789 — 
U.  S.  Laws,  vol.  I,  p.  118;   Pa.  Archives,  2d  Ser.,  Vol.  XI. 

Passed  Nov.  session,  1799,  No.  10.  "Resolved,  That  the  payment  of 
the  five  months  pay  due  the  officers  and  soldiers,  the  sum  due  for  services 
on  board  the  barges,  the  redemption  of  the  emissions  of  June,  1780,  and 
the  payt.  of  certificates  issued  by  this  state,  amounting  in  the  whole  to 
9276£ — 9s — iid,  be  and  the  same  are  hereby  suspended  until  Jan.  i, 
1801;  and  the  said  sum  shall  be  liable  to  the  appropriations  made  for  the 
present  year. 

*  List  of  Invalid  Pensioners  who  have  been  in  receipt  of  pensions  at  the  Agency  of  Md.,  & 
whose  residence  cannot  be  ascertained,  in  consequence  of  the  destruction  of  the  papers  of  the  War 
Office  in  1801  and  1814. 

t  Pensions  granted  under  Act  of  Mch.  18,  1818. 

*  Names  of  the  Revolutionary  Pensioners  which  have  been  placed  on  the  Roll  of  Maryland, 
under  the  Law  of  Mch.  18,  1818,  from  the  passage  — ,  thereof,  to  this  day,  inclusive,  with  the  Rank 
they  held,  and  the  Lines  in  which  they  served,  viz: 

(X,  No.  I,  etc.)  Maryland  Historical  Society  Original  Commissions. 

There  are  numerous  Original  Commissions  (1775-1782)  in  the  extensive  collections  of  the 
Marj'land  Historical  Society,  practically  all  of  which  were  included  in  the  manuscript  for  this 
volume,  but  only  a  few  with  important  indorsements  have  been  retained.     G.  M.  B. 

t  Report  of  the  Secretary  of  War,  Pension  Establishment  of  the  U.  S.,  1835. 

Abbott,  George.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  '13) — No.  36. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  George  Abbott,  late  a  soldier  in  the  Md.  line, 
during  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration,  &c. 

Adams,  Adam.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Adam  Adams,  during  his  life,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the 
half  pay  of  a  private,  annually  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Adams,  Adam.     Private,  Md.  line,  (p.  540,  Jan.  1820). 

*  Albert,  Jacob.     Private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

'  The  valuable  set  in  the  Library  of  Congress  was  used  in  this  investigation.     G.  M.  B. 

314 


REX'OLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  315 

Alcock,  Robert.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1829 — No.  7.  Treas.  \\'estern  Shore 
pay  to  Robert  Alcock,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Alexander,  Jacob.  Passed  Feb.  13,  1835 — No.  24.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  ]Mary  Alexander,  widow  of  the  late  Jacob  Alexander,  who 
was  a  sergeant  in  the  Rev.,  during  widowhood,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant 
for  the  services  of  her  husband. 

Allen,  Jacob, — see  Gerrish,  Edward. 

Allen,  Nathan.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1834 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Nathan  Allen  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  Rev.  war. 

Allen,  Steven,  recommended  for  Ensign,  Worcester  Co.,  1782 — see 
Duer,  Joshua. 

^  Alsop,  John,  private,  Rev.  Army^.  Pensioned  under  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (reed.  $640.00).  Died  in  1805. 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20.) 

*  Alligh,  Michael,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Alvey,  Josias.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  25.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Josias  Alvey,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  late  a  private  in  the  rev. 
war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration 
for  those  ser\'ices  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Alvey,  Josias,  private.  Aid.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Amos,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Mch.  5,  1834 — ^o-  44-  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Amos,  of  Baltimore  city,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
captain,  in  consideration  of  the  ser\"ices  rendered  by  her  husband,  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Amos,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1840 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  B.  Hugo,  of  Baltimore,  all  monies  due  to  Elizabeth 
Amos,  a  deceased  pensioner  of  the  State  of  Md.,  said  Hugo  being  her  heir. 

Amos,  Joshua,  of  W"'.  Ensign  of  Co.  of  Harford  Co.  Militia,  1778 — see 
Corbet,  James. 

^Anderson,  John,  private,  Rev.  Army".  Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an. 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  (act  June  7,  1785).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Anderson,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  13,  1818) — No.  51. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Anderson,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  rev.  services. 

Anderson,  Capt.  Richard.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVI. 
Gen.  Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  captain  to  Richard  Anderson  for 
disability  acquired  in  the  service,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  line  in  the 
Continental  army. 

*  Annis,  Micajah,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

*  A  they,  William,  private  Va.  Line,  died  21  Aug.  1819  (Jan.  1820,  p. 
540). 


3i6  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Auld,  Daniel.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  102,  p.  260.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Daniel  Auld  of  Talbot  Co.  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Anld,  Da7iiel.  Passed  Feb.  17,  1832 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Auld,  of  Talbot  county,  widow  of  Daniel  Auld,  a  soldier  of 
the  revolution,  such  sum  as  may  be  due  her  said  husband  at  time  of  his 
death. 

Auld,  Daniel.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1832 — No.  84.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Auld,  of  Talbot  county,  widow  of  Daniel  Auld,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  services 
rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Auld,  Daniel.  Passed  Jan.  19,  1848 — No.  10.  Treas.  of  State  pay  to 
Philip  Pasterfield,  of  Talbot  county,  surviving  brother  &  legal  repre- 
sentative of  Sarah  Auld,  widow  of  Daniel  Auld,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
bal.  of  any  pension  due  to  Sarah  Auld,  on  June  28,  1847,  at  time  of  her 
death. 

Ayres,  Thomas.  Passed  Jan.  26,  1837 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Ayres,  widow  of  Thomas  Ayres,  half  pay  of  a  private 
during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services,  during  the  rev. 

*  Azelip,  Richard,  private,  German  Regt.  (p.  540,  Jan.  1820). 

t  Azelip,  Richard,  private  Md.  line,  age  54.  Pensioned  Sept.  30,  1818  at 
$96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  6,  1818.  "Died" — reed.  $279.73;  resided  in 
Frederick  county''.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  Badger,  Charles,  private,  Hazen's  regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Bailey,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Bayly,  Capt.  Mount  joy.  Passed  Nov.  session  18 10 — No.  2.  Whereas  it 
appears  to  this  gen.  assembly,  that  Mountjoy  Bayly,  a  capt.  in  the  late  rev. 
war,  and  who  served  to  its  termination,  did  not  receive  the  commutation 
money  of  five  years  pay  in  lieu  of  the  half  pay  for  life  promised  to  the 
officers  and  soldiers  who  continued  in  service  to  the  end  of  the  war; 
therefore.  Resolved.  That  the  Treas.  Western  Shore — pay  to  said 
Mountjoy  Bayly,  five  years  full  pay  as  a  captain,  free  from  interest,  as  a 
full  compensation  for  his  services  during,  the  rev.  war. 

Bailey,  Mountjoy.  Feb.  8,  1826 — No.  25,  p.  239.  "Resolved,  the 
register  of  the  land  office  issue  to  Mountjoy  Bailey,  a  warrant  for  200  a.  of 
land,  to  be  located  on  any  unappropriated  land  belonging  to  this  state,  in 
Allegany  county  heretofore  unpatented,  as  a  donation  granted  by  this 
state  to  the  officers  of  his  rank,  who  served  in  the  Maryland  line,  during  the 
revolutionary  war,  and  to  which  they  consider  him  entitled." 

t  Bailey,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  72,  died  in  1824;  resided  in 
Frederick  county*".  Pensioned  Sept.  30,  1 818,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Mch. 
27,  1818.     (Reed.  $570.03.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  317 

Baily,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  78.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
to  pay  to  Thomas  Bailey,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Baily,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Baker,  Lieut.  Henry  Cleland.  Passed  Nov.  1791,  No.  I.  It  appears 
that  Henry  C.  Baker,  late  a  lieut.  in  the  third  Md.  reg.  is  deprived  of  the 
use  of  his  limbs,  and  thereby  rendered  incapable  of  maintaining  himself,  his 
wife  and  children;  and  it  also  appearing  that  he  probably  derived  the 
disorder,  under  which  he  now  labours,  from  being  exposed  in  the  service  of 
his  country,  during  several  campaigns  in  S.  C. — Gov.  of  Md.  grant  unto 
Henry  Cleland  Baker,  half  pay  which  he  received  in  the  continental 
service,  quarterly  by  orders  drawn  on  the  treas.  of  western  shore  for  the 
same,  and  that  the  same  be  charged  to  the  U.  S. 

*  Baker,  John  H.,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

t  Baker,  John  H.,  private  Pa.  line,  age  79;  died  Oct.  30,  1823.  Resided 
in  Frederick  county*".  Pensioned  Sept.  25,  1818,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from 
Apr.  4,  1818.     (Reed.  $535,  46,  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

t  Baker,  Thomas,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an. 
(Act  of  June  7,  1785)  from  Mch.  4,  1789  (Reed.  $920.00 — U.  S.  Pens. 
Rolls,  1835,  p.  20). 

Baldwin,  Henry,  Lieut.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1830 — No.  30.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Maria  Gambrill,  widow  of  Henry  Baldwin,  an 
officer  of  the  revolution,  during  her  widowhood,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
lieut,  in  consideration  for  the  services  of  her  said  husband. 

Baldwin,  Lieut.  Henry.  Passed  Jan.  3,  1835 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Wm.  H.  Baldwin,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  two  months  pay, 
due  his  mother,  Maria  Gambrill,  deceased,  upon  the  pension  list  of  this 
State. 

Baldwin,  Samuel.  Passed  Feb.  26,  1836 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Baldwin,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  half  pay  of  a  private 
during  his  life. 

*  Ballard,  Jonathan,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  S41). 

t  Ballard,  Jonathan,  private,  Md.  line,  age  76,  residing  in  Frederick 
county*".  Pensioned  Oct.  17,  181 8,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  May  15,  1818. 
(Reed.  $i,5i7-33-     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  Balzar,  Anthony,  private.  Pa.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  541). 
Baltzel,  Monocacy  Manor,  Lot  40 — patent  issued  June  21,  1797. 
Jacob  Baltzel  should  be  Charles  (No.  3,  Nov.  session,  1801). 
Bantham,    Peregrine.     Passed    Dec.    session,     1816 — No.    51.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Peregrine  Bantham,  of  Kent  county,  late  a  private  in 
the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essen- 
tially benefitted. 


3i8  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

*  Bantham,  Peregrine,  private,  Aid.  line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

t  Barnet,  Robert,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
at  $40.00  per  annum,  Oct.  30,  1819,  under  act  of  June  7,  1785,  and  dating 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  (reed.  $1,085.56) — at  $64.00  per  an.  Apr.  24,  1816 
(reed.  $151.11).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

*  Barnheiser,  John,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

t  Barnover,  George,  private  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county,  pensioned 
May  I,  1820  at  $96.00  per  year  from  Nov.  13,  1814  (received  $381.86). 
Transferred  from  Dist.  Col.' Mch.  4,  1818.  Died  Nov.  4,  1818.  (War 
Dept.  1835,  p.  4). 

Barrett,  Joshua.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1804 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joshua  Barrett,  a  late  sergeant  in  the  rev.  war,  in  quarterly 
payts.,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant  during  the  said  war,  as  a  further  remuner- 
ation to  the  said  Joshua  Barrett  for  services  rendered  his  country,  and  as  a 
relief  from  the  indigence  and  misery  which  attend  his  decrepitude  and  old 
age. 

Barrett,  Solomon.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Solomon  Barrott,  or  order  annually  in  quarterly  payts.,  the 
half  pay  of  a  fifer  for  life.     [^Listed  amongst  rev.  war  pensioners.] 

*  Barrett,  Solomon,  musician,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 
Bateman,  George.     Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  29.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  pay  to  Geo.  Bateman,  a  corporal  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a 
corporal,  as  a  compensation  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has 
been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Bateman,  George,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Batterson,  Wm.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Baynard,  Geo.  Captain  of  a  Queen  Anne  Co.  Company  of  Militia  in  5th 
Battn.  Jan.  3,  1776. — (See  Scrivener,  Isaac  and  Wright,  Robert). 

*  Beacroft,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

*  Beall,  Christopher,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Beall,  John,  "Gentleman."  Comd.  2d  Lieut,  of  a  Co.  of  Militia, 
Harford  Co.  Jan.  3,  1776;  (Orig.  comn.  in  possession  of  Mr.  John  A. 
Robinson,  Clerk  of  Court,  Bel  Air,  Md.) 

Beall,  Laivson.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1840 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  Henrietta  Beall,  widow  of  Lawson  Beall,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  or 
order,  quarterly,  during  her  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  from  Jan.  i, 
1840,  in  consideration  of  the  sers^ces  of  her  husband. 

Beall,  Capt.  Lloyd.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  27.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Lloyd  Beall,  late  a  capt.  in  the  rev.  war,  or  his  order  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  capt.,  as  a  reward  for  those  servaces  which  he 
rendered  his  country  in  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Beall,  Lloyd.     Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  7.     Treas.  Western  Shore 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  319 

pay  to  Elizabeth  Beall,  widow  of  Lloyd  Beall,  late  a  captain  in  the  rev.  war, 
or  her  order,  during  life,  quarterly  payts.,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the 
half  pay  of  a  captain. 

Beall,  Maj.  Wm.  D.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1808 — No.  2.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Wm.  D.  Beall,  late  a  maj.  in  the  Md.  line  of  the  rev. 
war,  in  quarterly  payts.  half  pay  of  a  major,  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

t  Bean,  John,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  June  7,  1785,  from 
Sept.  4,  1800  at  $30.00  per  an.  (Reed.  $150.00.  LT.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p. 
20). 

Bean,  Leonard.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1832 — No.  99.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Leonard  Bean,  of  Mason  county,  Ky.  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for 
his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Beatty,  Lieut.  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1833 — No.  66.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Anne  Semmes,  of  Georgetown,  D.  C,  in  con- 
sideration of  services  rendered  by  her  husband,  Thomas  Beatty,  a  lieut.  in 
the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut. 

Beatty,  Wm.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  72.  Treas.  pay  to  Jane 
Beatty,  of  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for 
her  husband,  Wm.  Beatty's  serv'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

Beaven,  Lieut.  Charles.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  26.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Chas.  Beaven,  of  Harford  county,  an  old  rev. 
officer,  or  order,  half  pay  of  a  Heut.  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a 
remuneration  for  his  meritorious  ser\aces. 

Beckwith,  Nehemiah.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  24.  Treas.  to  pay 
Nehemiah  Beckwith,  of  Dorchester  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Becroft,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  18 16 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Becroft,  of  Baltimore  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those 
services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Bell,  Ning,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Belt,  Capt.  John  Sprigg — see  Halkerstone,  Robert  (181 1).  Passed  Dec. 
session,  181 5 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  John  Sprigg  Belt, 
late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  line  during  the  rev.  war,  or  order, — half  pay  of  a 
capt,  during  his  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  ser\'ices  during  that 
war,  in  lieu  of  $125.00  allowed  him  by  resolution  passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 
(No.  36). 

*  Belt,  John  Sprigg,  captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

*  Benjamin,  Joseph,  trumpeter,  Lee's  legion  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 
Bennett,     Frederick.     Passed     Nov.     session,     181 1 — No.     54.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Frederick  Bennett,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  rev. 


320  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

soldier,  half  pay  of  a  corporal  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a  re- 
muneration for  his  meritorious  services. 

Bennett,  James,  "Gentleman."  Comd.  2d  Lieut,  of  Capt.  Chas. 
Bennetts  Co.  of  MiHtia,  Wicomico  Battn.  in  Worcester  Co.,  Aug.  13,  1777. 
Thos.  Johnson. 

May  I,  1778,  resigned  as  2^  Lieut,  on  account  of  appt.  to  Quarter- 
master's Birth  to  the  said  Battn.  by  the  Field  Officers  thereof. 

I  do  hereby  certifie  that  James  Bennett,  2^  Lieut,  in  Capt.  Chas. 
Bennetts  Co.  of  Militia  appeared  before  me,  the  subscriber  one  of  the 
Justice's  of  the  Peace  for  the  county  of  Worcester  &  took  the  Oath  of 
FideHty  &c.  to  the  State.  This  s"^  day  of  Oct.  1777.  Pr.  Holland,  (X, 
No.  36). 

]  Bennet,  John,  private,  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (reed.  $720.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  P-  20). 

Bennett,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Bennett,  an  old  soldier,  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a 
further  compensation  for  his  services  in  the  rev.  war. 

Benson,  Capt.  Perry.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVL  Gen. 
Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  capt.,  for  disability  acquired  in  the 
service,  to  Perry  Benson,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  line  in  the  Continental 
army. 

Benson,  Perry,  General.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1830 — No.  52.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Mary  Benson,  widow  of  General  Perry  Benson, 
during  widowhood,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  in  consideration 
for  the  services  of  her  late  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Berry,  Edward.  Passed  Feb.  17,  1832 — No.  38,  52V4  acres  in  Allegany 
county  were  granted  to  Edward  Berry,  a  soldier  of  the  revolution,  who  it 
is  stated,  died  intestate,  and  without  heirs;  and  said  land  became  escheated 
to  the  State  &c.  Resolution  gives  relief  to  Robinson  Savage,  Jr.  of 
Allegany  county  for  said  land,  called  "Cricket  legs." 

Berry,  Wm.  Ensign  of  a  Co.  of  Militia  in  Talbot  Co.,  4"'  Battn.  after 
Apr.  9,  1778 — see  Maynadier,  Wm. 

*  Bevin,  Charles,  lieut.  Md.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Biddle,  Richard,  private,  Md.  Line — died  Jan.  5,  1819  (Jan.  1820,  p. 

541). 

Bidwell,  Richard.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Richard  Bidwell,  of  Baltimore,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  compensation  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

^Bishop,   Thos.,  private.   Rev.  army.     Pensioned  Act  June  7,   1785, 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  321 

from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (Reed.  $140.00.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

t  Blair,  John,  private,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an.  from 
Mch.  4,  1789  (Act  June  7,  1785)  (reed.  $120.00)  Died  in  1792.  (U.  S. 
Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

t  Blair,  Joh?i,  2d.,  private  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an. 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  (Act  June  7,  1785.  Reed.  $220.00).  Died  in  1794. 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  20). 

*  Blake,  Jacob,  private,  Md.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Blake,  John.  Mch.  i,  1826 — No.  58 — p.  247.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Blake,  of  Worcester  county,  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half 
pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Blake,  Patsy.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1834 — No.  48.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Patsy  Blake,  of  Worcester  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of 
a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband,  during  the  rev. 
war. 

t  Blever,  James,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
Oct.  30,  1819  at  $40.00  per  an.  under  act  of  June  7,  1785,  dating  from 
Mch.  4,  1789  (reed.  $763.87)— at  $60.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  8,  1808,  Act  of 
Mch.  3,  1809  (reed.  $487.67) — at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed. 
$1,666.66).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

Bluer,  James.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1832 — No.  77.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  James  Bluer,  of  Frederick  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of 
a  private,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Bolton,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  66.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  unto  John  Bolton,  or  order,  quarterly  payts.,  half  pay  of  a 
private  in  the  late  rev.  war. 

Bomgardner,  Wm.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  50.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay 
William  Bomgardner  of  Washington  county,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his 
rev.  war  services. 

Passed  May  2,  1827 — No.  29.  Treas.  Western  Shore  to  pay  Margaret 
Bomgardner,  of  Washington  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  her  late  husband's  rev.  services. 

Bond,  John.  Mch.  i,  1826 — No.  59,  p.  247.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Bond,  of  Hampshire  Co.,  Va.,  during  life,  quarterly,  the  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Boone,    Lieut.    John.     Passed    Nov.    session,    181 1 — No.    57.     Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Boone,  of  Charles  county,  a  lieut.  in  the  late 
rev.  army,  $125.00  annually,  in  quarterly  payts. 
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322  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Boone,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Boone,  an  officer  in  the  rev.  war,  during  Hfe — the  half 
pay  of  a  lieut.,  in  lieu  of  the  sum  already  allowed  him,  as  a  further  compen- 
sation for  those  serv^ices  rendered  his  country  during  her  struggle  for 
independence. 

t  Bolts,  Joseph,  private.  Rev.  army>.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  j\Ich.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (rec'd.  $480.00 — U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20).     Died  in  1801. 

Bowen,  John.  Passed  Nov.  1788,  Ch.  8,  and  noted  in  Vol.  il.  Chap.  18. 
"  Gen.  Assembly  granted  a  pension  to  John  Bowen,  a  late  officer  in  the 
Continental  army." 

*  Bowen,  Stephen  Lewis,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Bowen,  Wm.,  private,  Hazen's  regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Bowers,  George.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1837 — No.  28.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  George  Bowers  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  Rev. 

*  Bowling,  Wm.  I.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Boxwell,  Robert,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Boyd,  Benj.,  surgeon's  mate,  IVId.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Boyer,  Capt.  Michael.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  32.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Michael  Boyer  (late  a  capt.  in  the  rev.  war)  quar- 
terly, during  his  life,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  a 
further  compensation  to  him  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Bozman,  Ballard.     2^  Lieut,  in  17""  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  Wm. 

*  Bradshaw,  Geo.  H.,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Branson,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Branson,  John  B.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  34. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  John  B.  Branson,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev. 
war,  belonging  to  the  Md.  line,  quarterly — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a 
pro\asion  to  him  in  his  indigent  situation  and  advanced  in  life,  for  those 
services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Branson,  John  B.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1840 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Branson,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  or  her  order,  $12.1 1,  the 
amt.  of  arrears  due  her  late  husband  at  time  of  his  death. 

Treas.  also  directed  to  pay  to  Mary  Branson,  widow  of  John  B.  Branson, 
late  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private 
commencing  Jan.  i,  1840,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her 
husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Brashears,  Ignatius.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 7 — No.  19.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Ignatius  Brashears,  of  Prince  George's  county,  an 
old  soldier,  quarterly,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further 
compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 


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*  Brashears,  Ignatius,  private,  Md.  line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Brewer,  Thos.  S.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Dec.  30) — No.  20.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Thos.  S.  Brewer,  of  AnnapoHs,  late  sergeant  in  the 
rev.  war,  so  long  as  he  may  live,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant. 

*  Brewer,  Thomas  S.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Brewer,  Thomas.  Feb.  24,  1824 — No.  23.  Treas.  directed  to  pay  to 
Susanna  Brewer,  of  Annapolis,  during  life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband  Thomas  Brewer's 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Brice,  JuUanna.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1833 — No.  64.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Julianna  Brice,  during  life,  semi-annually,  half  pay  of  a 
Lieut,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Britton,  Joseph,  Burgess,  Joshua  and  Willmot,  Robert  Lieutenants, 
Passed  Jan.  29,  1830.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  George  Britton,  of 
Hawkins  county,  Tenn.  ("Joseph"  appears  in  printed  title  and  in  indexing 
of  the  resolution),  Joshua  Burgess,  of  Mason  county,  Ky.  and  Robert 
Willmot,  of  Bourbon  county,  Ky.  during  life,  half  yearly,  a  sum  of  money 
equal  to  half  pay  of  lieutenants,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  their 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Brother,  Valentine.  Resolutions  7  and  8,  Nov.  session,  1795,  direct  that 
Valentine  Brother  sell  gunpowder,  brimstone  arms  &c.  in  magazine  at 
Frederick,  Md. — compensation  «&c. 

*  Brown,  Henry,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.,  1820,  p.  541). 

Brown,  John.  2^  Lieut,  of  a  Co.  of  Talbot  County  Militia,  4"'  Battn. 
After  Apr.  9,  1778 — see  Maynadier,  Wm. 

*  Brown,  John,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

*  Brown,  Patrick,  corporal.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Bruce,  Robert.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Robert  Bruce  (an  old  rev.  soldier)  during  his  life,  quarterly, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  recompense  for  his  meritorious 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  17.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
Robert  Bruce,  of  Charles  county,  quarterly,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  half 
pay  of  a  trooper,  instead  of  half  pay  of  a  common  soldier  in  the  line,  as  was 
allowed  him  by  the  last  legislature,  and  treasurer  pay  him,  or  order,  a  sum 
of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  trooper  for  fifteen  months. 

*  Bruce,  Robert,  private.  Pa.   Line,  died  21  Aug.   1819  (Jan.  1820,   p. 

540)- 

Bruce,  Capt.  Wm.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Nov.  30) — No.  19. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Wm.  Bruce,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  line 
during,  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a  capt.,  as  further  remuneration,  &c. 


324  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

*  Bruce,  Wm.,  captain,  Md.  Line,  (Jan.  1820,  p.  540). 

Bruff,  Capt.  James.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVL  Gen. 
Assemby  granted  half  pay  of  a  capt.  to  James  Bruff,  for  disability  acquired 
in  the  service,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  Line  in  the  Continental  army. 

Bruff,  James,  Capt.  Passed  Jan.  20,  1820 — No.  8.  Treas.  pay  to 
Margaret  Bruff,  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  widow  of  James  Bruff,  late  a 
captain  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

Bryan,  Charles.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  34.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Charles  Bryan,  of  Lycoming  county.  Pa.,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Bryant,  James.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1841 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  James  Br>'ant,  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  in  consideration  of  ser\'ices  rendered  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Bucklup,  Charles,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (reed.  $320.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Bullock,  Jesse — see  Williams,  Charles. 

Burch,  Benj.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1828 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Benjamin  Burch,  of  the  state  of  Ky.  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Burgess,  Lieut.  Basil.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  20.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Basil  Burgess  (an  officer  in  the  rev.  war),  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  rendered  his  country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Burgess,  Joshua,  Lieut. — see  Britton,  Joseph.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1836 — 
No.  6.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Nicholas  D.  Coleman,  atty.  for  heirs 
of  Joshua  Burgess,  late  a  lieut.  in  Md.  line,  $46.67  bal.  due  said  Burges,  a 
pensioner  of  State  of  Md.,  at  his  death. 

Burgess,  Capt.  Vachel.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1810 — No.  6.  Vachel 
Burgess,  a  capt.  in  the  rev.  war,  did  not  receive  the  commutation  in  lieu  of 
the  half  pay  for  life  promised  to  the  officers  and  soldiers;  therefore. 
Resolved  that  the  treas.  western  shore  pay  to  the  said  Vachel  Burgess  four 
years  full  pay  as  a  capt.,  free  from  interest,  as  a  full  compensation  for  his 
ser\'ices  during  the  late  rev.  war. 

*  Burgess,  Vachel.     Captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

^  Burk,  James,  private.  Rev.  armyS  Pensioned  Act  June  7,  1785. 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.  Died  Dec.  3,  1817.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Burk,  Nathaniel.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1829— No.  64.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Nathaniel  Burk,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  7,  1838 — No.  23.     Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth 


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Burk  widow  of  Nathan  Burk,  of  city  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as 
a  further  remuneration  for  the  services  of  her  said  husband,  Nathan  Burk, 
during  her  Hfe. 

*  Burk,  Nathan,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

^  Biirk,  Thomas,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.    (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Biirkett,  Christopher.  Recommended  as  ist.  Lieut,  of  a  Company  of 
Militia  in  Frederick  Co.  Endorsed  on  a  com'n.  dated  Oct.  13,  1777 — see 
Manyard,  Nathan. 

Burkett,  George.  Recommended  as  Capt.  of  a  Company  of  Militia  in 
Frederick  County,  endorsed  on  a  com'n.  dated  Oct.  13,  1777 — see  Manyard 
Nathan. 

Burns,  John.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  70.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Burns,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly,  during  Hfe,  half  pay  of  a 
private. 

*  Burns,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

t  Burns,  Luke,  private,  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an.  from 
Mch.  4,  1789  (Act  of  June  7,  1785.  Reed.  $120.00).  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20).     Died  in  1794. 

Burroughs,  Norman.  Passed  Mch.  19,  1839 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Esther  Turner  Burroughs,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  widow  of 
Norman  Burroughs,  who  was  a  soldier  in  the  Rev.  war,  or  to  her  order, 
quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the  Rev.,  commencing  Jan.  I,  1839, 
during  her  life. 

Bush,  Joseph.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  23.  Treas.  pay  Joseph 
Bush,  of  Talbot  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Butcher,  John,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.  (reed.  $340.00 — U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Byas,  Wm.  Passed  Feb.  14,  1820 — No.  65.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Wm.  Byas,  of  Dorchester  county  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  Boatswain, 
during  life,  as  a  compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Byus,  Wm.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  43.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Wm.  Byus,  of  Dorchester  county,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  as  a 
compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war — rescinding  resolution  of 
Dec.  session  18 19,  No.  65. 

Cahoe,  Thos.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  Qan.  2,  1813) — No.  44. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Thos.  Cahoe,  of  Charles  county,  late  a 
private  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  remuneration  for 
meritorious  service,  &c. 

*  Cahoe,  Thos.  or  Kahoe,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 


326  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

t  Cain,  Edward,  private,  Rev.  army^.  Pensioned,  Act.  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $30.00  per  an.  (Reed.  $495.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Cain,  Patrick.  Recommended  for  1st  Lieut,  of  a  Co.  of  Militia  in 
Harford  Co.,  Apr.  1778 — see  Long,  John,  Jr. 

Callahan,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Mch.  18,  1839 — No.  36.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Sarah  Callahan,  of  Annapolis,  widow  of  John 
Callahan,  a  first  lieut.  in  the  war  of  the  Rev.,  or  to  her  order,  during  her 
life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  first  lieut.  of  the  Rev.  commencing  Jan.  i, 

1839. 

Campbell,  George.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1800 — No.  I.  George  Camp- 
bell is  hereby  placed  on  the  pension  list  of  the  state,  and  the  treas.  of  the 
state  is  to  pay  him  $50.00  per  annum,  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Campbell,  James,  private,  Va.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Cane,  Hugh,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

t  Carbury,  Peter,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Carter,  Abraham.  Capt.  of  a  Co.  in  Elk  Battn.  of  Militia,  in  Cecil 
County — see  Arrats,  Harman,  and  Arrmie,  Harman,  June  7,  1781). 

Carlin,  Wm.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1837 — No.  55.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  Carlin,  widow  of  Wm.  Carlin,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  the  half 
pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services,  during  her  life. 

Carlisle,  Adam,  of  Eastern  shore, — "a  British  subject"  owner  of 
confiscated  property  called  "Tower  Hill" — See  Resolution  No.  i,  Nov. 
session,  1792. 

Carney,  Thomas.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  33. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Carney  quarterly, — half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Carney,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Carr,  Hezekiah.  Passed  May  session,  1813 — No.  3.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Hezekiah  Carr,  late  a  drummer  in  the  Md.  line, — half  pay  of  a 
drummer  during  his  life. 

Carr,  Ingram.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  51. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Ingram  Carr,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war, — 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by 
which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Carr,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1 810 — No.  16.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Carr,  five  yrs.  full  pay  of  a  lieut.  in  the  rev. 
war,  without  interest,  as  a  commutation  of  half  pay. 

*  Carr,  John.     Lieutenant,  Md.  Line,  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Carr,  John.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1846 — No.  53.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to 
"Margaret  Loney,"  formerly  Margaret  Carr,  of  Baltimore  county,  widow 


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of  John  Carr,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  in 
consideration  of  services  rendered  by  her  former  husband  during  the  war  of 
the  rev. 

Carr,  John.  Passed  Jan.  20,  1847 — No.  7.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to 
"  Margaret  Long,"  formerly  Margaret  Carr  of  Baltimore  county,  widow  of 
John  Carr,  a  soldier  of  the  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  in 
consideration  of  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  War  of  the 
Rev.  &  that  she  be  placed  where  res.  No.  53.  Dec.  session  1845,  placed 
her,  &  that  said  res..  No.  53,  is  hereby  repealed. 

t  Carrenl,  James,  priva*^e.  Rev.  army,  of  Montgomery  county,  Pensioned 
at  $40.00  per  an.  Act  of  Jupe  7,  1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789  (reed.  $1,085.16) — 
at  $64.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $407.11).  Died  Sept.  4,  1822. 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  16). 

Carroll,  Charles  of  Carrollton.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1833 — No.  90.  The 
Gen.  Assembly  of  Md.,  apprised  of  the  death  of  the  venerated  Charles 
Carroll,  of  Carrollton,  would  at  the  close  of  a  career  of  such  distinguished 
patriotism  and  private  worth, — offer  every  tribute  of  reverence  for  those 
excellencies  which  have  proved  themselves  to  Maryland,  in  permanent 
benefits;  strengthened  the  Councils  of  the  Fathers  of  our  Freedom,  and 
mingled  in  the  lustre  of  our  revolutionary  renown:   *     *     * 

Resolved,  That  the  resolute  patriotism  of  Charles  Carroll,  when  at  the 
hazard  of  his  brilliant  private  interests  he  dedicated  himself  to  the  cause  of 
American  Independence,  consecrates  his  life  among  the  memorials  of  civil 
heroism,  to  adorn  and  enforce  the  history  of  human  liberty; — that  this 
patriotic  sacrifice,  and  the  continued  and  cogent  efforts  of  his  mind,  and 
all  his  earnest  labours  in  advancing  the  consummation  of  our  Independ- 
ence, in  awakening  the  people  of  Md.  to  the  sense  of  their  rights,  and  their 
power,  and  in  sustaining  their  ardour  in  their  vindication  through  the 
crisis  of  our  revolution,  command  our  admiration  and  our  gratitude. 

A  full  length  portrait  was  directed  to  be  procured  and  placed  in  the 
Senate  Chamber,  "the  scene  of  his  legislative  labours;  the  theatre  of  that 
body  whose  peculiar  Constitution  he  framed,  and  the  site  of  the  sublime 
surrender  of  military  authority,  by  the  Father  of  our  Country,  with 
whose  honour  the  deserts  of  Carroll  are  entwined." 

Cato,  George.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  73.  Treas.  to  pay  to  George 
Cato,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Chambers,  Edward.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  34.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay 
to  Edward  Chambers,  of  Anne- Arundel  county  (a  man  of  colour),  during 
life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  compensation  for  those  services 
rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Chambers,  Edward,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Chambers,  James,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 


328  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Chapman,  Henry  H.  Feb.  i6,  1820 — No.  38.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
is  directed  to  pay  to  Henry  H.  Chapman,  of  Georgetown,  D.  C.  half  pay  of 
a  lieut.,  further  compensation  for  his  services  during  rev.  war.  {Md. 
Gazette,  p.  17.  Rev.  Obituaries,  D.  A.  R.,  died  Dec.  13,  1821,  Georgetown, 
D.  C.) 

Chapman,  Henry  H.  Passed  Mch.  18,  1833 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Chapman,  of  Georgetown,  D.  C.  in  consideration  of 
services  rendered  by  her  deceased  husband,  Henry  H.  Chapman,  a  Lieut, 
in  the  rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  during  her  widow-hood,  quarterly,  half  pay 
of  a  Lieut. 

Chapman,  Thomas.  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  30.  Treas.  to  pay  Thomas 
Chapman,  of  Dorchester  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  further  compen- 
sation for  his  rev.  war  services. 

t  Chatlin,  Wm.,  corporal.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $44.00  per  an.  (Rec'd.  $88.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Chesley,  Robert,  Capt.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1828— No.  39.  Robert 
Chesley,  a  captain  in  the  Md.  Line  of  the  rev.  war,  late  of  St.  Mary's 
county,  was  entitled,  under  the  acts  relative  to  grant  of  military  bounty 
lands  westward  of  Fort  Cumberland,  to  four  lots,  or  200  a,  of  sd.  land;  and 
whereas  it  appears  that  said  Chesley  has  never  reed,  his  portion  of  sd. 
bounty  lands,  and  that  the  lots  surv^eyed  for  that  purpose,  under  resolution 
of  1787,  have  either  been  distributed  amongst  the  officers  and  soldiers,  or 
have  been  thrown  into  the  common  mass  of  vacant  land  in  Allegany 
county;  and  also,  that  the  said  Chesley  is  since  dead,  leaving  heirs  at  law: 

Resolved,  That  reg.  of  land  office  for  Western  Shore  issue  to  said  heirs  a 
common  warrant  for  200  a.  of  vacant  land — in  Allegany  county,  and  a 
patent  upon  survey — without  payment  of  composition  money  thereon. 

*  Clackner,  Adam,  captain.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  541). 

Clagett,  Dr.  Samuel.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1834 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Amie  Clagett  (widow  of  Dr.  Samuel  Clagett)  during  Hfe, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Surgeon's  mate,  in  consideration  of  the  services 
rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Clarke,  James.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  Qan.  2,  1813) — No.  53. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James  Clarke, — half  pay  of  a  matross 
during  the  rev.  war,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  the  said  James  Clarke  for 
the  services  rendered  his  country,  &  as  a  relief  from  the  indigence  & 
misery  which  attend  his  decrepitude  &  old  age. 

Clarke,  James.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1850 — No.  65.  Treas.  of  State  pay  to 
Barbara  M'Mahon  formerly  wife  of  James  Clarke,  a  private  soldier  in  the 
war  of  the  Amer.  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  rem.  of  her  life,  com- 
mencing Jan.  I,  1850 — also  Treas.  pay  to  said  Barbara  McMahon  $21.66, 
being  the  amt.  due  her  late  husband,  James  Clarke,  at  his  death. 


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CJeivley,  Joseph.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Clewley,  of  Montgomery  county,  a  soldier  in  the  rev. 
war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Clewly,  Joseph.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1830 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Henry  Harding,  for  use  of  Mary  Whelan,  (legal  heir  of  Joseph 
Clewly)  $11.11,  bal.  due  said  Joseph  Clewly,  late  a  pensioner  of  state  of 
Md.  who  was  placed  on  the  pension  list  by  resolution  of  said  state. 

Clinton,  Thos.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  43. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Thos.  Clinton,  annually  during  his  life, — half 
pay  of  a  fife — major,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered 
his  country  during  the  American  war. 

*  Clinton,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Cobiirn,  Primus,  private,  Mass.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Cochran,  Capt.  James.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  59.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
is  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  James  Cochran,  of  Cecil  county,  $200.00  as  a 
compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Cochran,  James.  Passed  Feb.  13,  1837 — No.  21.  Treas  Western  Shore 
pay  to  James  Cochran,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Cochrane,  James.  Passed  Jan.  18,  1847 — No.  20.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Mary  Cockrane,  of  Frederick  county,  widow  of  James 
Cockrane,  who  was  a  private  in  the  Rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  quarterly, 
during  her  life,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1847,  a  sum  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  further  remuneration  for  the  services  of  her  deceased  husband. 

t  Coddrington,  Benj.,  private  Rev.  army,  pensioned  Feb.  24,  1 821,  at  $30. 
per  annum  ($120.00  reed.)  from  Apr.  25,  1812,  under  Act.  of  July  5,  1812. 
Same  at  $48.00  per  annum  ($785.33  reed.)  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (under 
latter  Act).     Resides  in  AUeghanny  county,  Md. 

Coe,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1830 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Coe,  of  Prince  George's  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  half  pay 
of  a  sergeant,  quarterly,  for  his  sers'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

Coe,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  10,  1832 — No.  32.  Reg.  of  land  office  to 
issue  to  Richard  Coe,  of  Prince  George's  county,  a  soldier  of  the  revolu- 
tion, warrant  and  later  patent  for  50  acres  land  in  Allegany  county, 
without  compensation  money. 

Coe,  Mary.  Passed  Jan.  12,  1835 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Alexander  Benson  Coe  $50.00,  being  the  amt.  of  one  year's  pension  due 
to  Mary  Coe  at  time  of  her  death. 

Coe,  George.  Passed  Mar.  2,  1844 — No.  30.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Geo.  C.  Coe,  son  of  the  late  Richard  Coe,  of  Prince  George's  county, 
Md.  $30.00,  if  so  much  was  due  to  said  Richd.  Coe  at  time  of  his  death. 


330  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Coe,  Wm.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
Wm.  Coe,  of  Baltimore  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for 
his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Coe,  William,  corporal,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Coe,  William.  Feb.  16,  1821 — No.  30.  Resolution  of  Dec.  session  1819, 
No.  39  rescinded.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to  Wm.  Coe,  now  of  Annapolis, 
half  pay  of  a  private  of  matross,  for  services  rendered  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  17,  1834 — No.  19.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Mary  Coe, 
widow  of  Wm.  Coe,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  $12.50,  being  three  months  pay, 
due  to  her  husband  at  time  of  his  death. 

Coe,  Wm.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
Mary  Coe,  widow  of  Wm.  Coe,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Matross, 
in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev. 
war. 

t  Coffield,  Owen,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.  Died  in  1792.  (Rec'd.  $120.00. 
U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Coffroth,  Conrad.  Mch.  8,  1826 — No.  69,  p.  250.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Conrad  Coffroth,  of  Franklin  county.  Pa.,  half  pay  of  a  fifer, 
as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  28,  1832 — No.  81.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Mag- 
dalena  Coffroth,  of  Washington  county,  widow  of  Conrod  Coffroth,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

*  Coins,  Dominick,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Cole,  George,  ensign,  German  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Colegate,  Asaph.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1842— No.  44.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Asaph  Colegate,  a  soldier  of  the  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private 
from  and  after  this  date. 

t  Collember,  Thomas,  private,  Rev.  army'.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

t  Collins,  James,  sergeant.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1789, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $60.00  per  an.  (Rec'd.  $390.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20).     Died  in  1795. 

Connelly,  Hugh,  Sr.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  15.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Hugh  Connelly,  Sr.,  of  Washington  county,  late  a 
private  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private, 
as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  his  services  during  the  struggle  of  his 
country  for  her  independence. 

*  Connelly,  Hugh,  private,  Hazen's,  Reg't.  Qan.  1820,  p.  541). 
Connelly,  William.     Passed  Feb.  28,  1832 — No.  46.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  pay  to  Priscilla  Connelly,  widow  of  W°.  Connelly,  soldier  of  the  rev. 


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war,  during  widowhood,  half  yeariy,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  services 
rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Contee,  John,  Lieut.  Passed  Jan  28,  1830 — No.  10.  Resolutions 
expressive  of  the  sense  of  the  Legislature,  of  the  gallant  conduct  during  the 
late  war,  of  John  Contee,  a  native  of  Md.,  formerly  a  Lieut,  in  the  Marine 
corps  of  the  U.  S.,  and  directing  a  sword  to  be  presented  to  him.  (Con- 
stitution and  Guerrier,  and  Constitution  and  Java). 

Cooke,  Henry.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1835 — No.  4.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Henry  Cooke,  a  Rev.  soldier,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly, 
during  his  life. 

Cooper,  W"".  Passed  Mch.  12,  1832 — No.  95.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W"".  Cooper,  of  Ohio  county,  Ky.  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during 
life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Same  date  (No.  98)  a  warrant,  later  patent,  for  50  acres  in  Allegany 
county,  was  authorized  to  him  without  payts.  of  composition  money. 

Corbet,  James,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  George  Voghan's 
Co.  in  Deer  Creek  Battn.  Harford  Co.  Militia,  Annapolis,  Apr.  9,  1778. 

"W"".  Amos'  son  Joshua  to  be  in  this  place,"  (X,  No.  234). 

t  Corbett,  John,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  at  $60.00  per  an.  from 
Jan.  I,  1803.     (Reed.  $220.67.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Courts,  Dr.  Richard  Hanley.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  42.  Treas  Western 
Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Eleanor  C.  Courts,  of  Prince  George's  county, 
half  pay  of  a  surgeon's  mate,  as  a  compensation  for  those  meritorious 
services  rendered  by  her  deceased  husband.  Doctor  Richard  Hanley 
Courts,  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Coyle,  Mark,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Coyn,  Dominick.  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  33  (p.  172).  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Mary  Coyn,  of  Harford  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  further  remun.  for 
her  husband  Dominick  Coyn's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Crampton,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1835 — No.  61.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Crampton,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  half  pay  of  a  private, 
in  quarterly  payts.  during  his  life. 

*  Craven,  Andrew,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

t  Crawford,  James,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  82,  resided  in  Frederick 
county*".  Pensioned  Jan.  6,  1819,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  May  5,  1818. 
(Rec'd.  $1,520.00.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  Crawford,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Crawford,  NehetJiiah.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  41.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Nehemiah  Crawford,  a  sergeant  in  the  rev.  war, 
quarterly  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant. 

Cresap,  Lieut.  Joseph.  Feb.  19,  18 19 — No.  41.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Joseph  Cresap,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the 


332  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

half  pay  of  a  lieutenant,  during  his  life,  as  a  further  compensation  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Cresap,  Joseph.  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  62,  p.  180.  Joseph  Cresap  of 
Allegany  county,  a  pensioner  is  said  to  be  wealthy — living  in  affluence — 
resolution  of  Dec.  session  1818.     No.  41,  be  rescinded. 

Cresap,  Joseph.  Mch.  3,  1826 — No.  67,  p.  250.  Resolutions  No.  41 
(1819)  and  62  (1822)  are  secited,  and  "whereas,  from  losses  sustained  by 
the  said  Joseph  Cresap  in  consequence  of  endorsing  for  others  in  the 
Cumberland  bank  of  Allegany  he  is  now  greatly  embarassed,  and  has  a 
large  family  to  support."  Treas.  of  Western  Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to 
Joseph  Cresap,  of  Allegany  county,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  for  life,  as  a 
further  compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war.  (See  p.  13, 
Death  Notice,  Maryland  Gazette  Jan.  5,  1827). 

Croft,  W'".  Passed  Mch.  4,  1835— No.  71.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Catharine  Croft,  widow  of  W".  Croft,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a 
corporal,  quarterly,  during  her  life. 

Cross,  Joseph,  Lieut.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1823 — No.  64.  Unanimous 
resolution  commending  Lieut.  Joseph  Cross,  a  native  of  Md.,  enumerating 
his  services — authorize  Governor  to  secure  and  present  a  suitable  sword. 

Crouch,  Robert.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  i,  1813) — No.  32. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Robert  Crouch,  quarterly,  a  sum  of  money 
equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Crouch,  Robert,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Crouch,  Robert.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1845 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Hannah  Crouch,  of  Cecil  county,  $11.33,  due  her  late  husband, 
Robert  Crouch  at  time  of  his  death ;  he  having  been  a  private  in  the  rev. 
war,  and  at  time  of  his  death  a  pensioner  of  the  State ;  it  appearing  that 
said  Robert  Crouch  received  his  pension  regularly  up  to  July  2,  1823,  & 
died  Oct.  12,  next  ensuing,  and  the  arrearages  of  pension  being  from  time 
of  last  payt.  until  his  death. 

Croxall,  Charles,  Capt.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  59.  Treas.  pay  to 
Charles  Croxall,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
captain  of  dragoons,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Croxall,  Charles.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1832 — No.  82.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Claudius  Legrande,  $31.67,  being  the  sum  due  to  Charles  Croxall,  a 
rev.  pensioner  at  his  death. 

*  Currin,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Curtis,  James.     Ensign  in  17""  Battn.  of  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W™. 

*  Curtiss,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Curtis,  John.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1829 — No.  30.  Treas.  pay  to  John 
Curtis,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  matross  in 
the  artillery,  in  consideration  of  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  333 

Dallam,  R.  Lieut,  of  Capt.  Vanhorne's  Co.  in  Deer  Creek  Battn.  of 
Militia,  Harford  Co.,  Apr.  1778. 

Davidson,  James.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  28.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  James  Daxadson,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  military 
sersaces. 

*  Davidson,  James,  2d.,  private,  j\Id.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Davis,  Anthony,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

^  Davis,  John,  private,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  INIch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.  (Reed.  $1,085.64.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Davis,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  49. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Davis,  of  Charles  county,  late  a  sergeant 
in  the  rev.  war,  or  order  during  his  life,  quarterly  payts.,  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant. 

Davis,  Samuel.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  37.  "Resolved,  That  the 
treasurer  of  the  Western  Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Davis,  of  Kent  county,  late  a 
fifer  in  the  revolutionary  war,  or  to  his  order,  for  life,  in  quarter  annual 
payments,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  fifer,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  revolutionary  war." 

Davis,  Samuel,  and  Gudgington,  William.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  65,  p. 
141.  "The  committee  of  pensions  &  rev.  claims  having  received  infor- 
mation that  Samuel  Davis,  a  drummer,  and  William  Gudgington,  a 
private,  both  of  Kent  county,  who  are  on  the  pension  list,  and  are  actually 
receiving  annual  pensions,  were  never  in  the  service  of  the  state,  or  of  the 
United  States.  Therefore  resolved,  That  they  be  stricken  off  the  pension 
list." 

Davis,  Samuel.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  104,  p.  260.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Samuel  Davis,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  for  his  rev.  war 
services. 

Davis,  Samuel.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1829 — No.  66.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  required  to  pay  Samuel  Davis  of  Baltimore  city,  or  order,  the 
pension  accruing  from  Feb.  12,  1823  (when  he  was  stricken  from  the 
pension  roll)  and  Mch.  9,  1826,  when  he  was  replaced  thereon,  to  which  he 
would  have  been  entitled  had  he  not  been  stricken  therefrom. 

Davis,  Samuel.  Passed  Mch.  5,  1835 — No.  66.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Margaret  Davis,  %\'idow  of  Samuel  Davis,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half 
pay  of  a  private  during  life,  quarterly. 

Davis,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  31.  Treas.  pay  to  Thomas 
Davis,  of  Ohio,  late  an  old  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 


334  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Davis,  W'".  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  Davis,  late  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his 
cOuntrj'  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Dawkins,  Charles.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1830 — No.  59.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Dawkins,  of  Calvert  county,  widow  of  the  late 
Charles  Dawkins,  a  soldier  of  the  revolution,  during  widowhood,  half  pay 
of  a  sergeant,  for  serv'ices  of  her  late  husband. 

Dawson,  Capt.  Joseph.  Passed  Nov.  session  1791 — No.  6,  Joseph 
Dawson,  late  a  soldier  in  the  5th  Md.  reg.  in  the  service  of  the  U.  S.,  is 
disabled  from  wounds  reed,  at  the  battle  of  Eutaw  Spgs.,  &  is  at  certain 
times  rendered  incapable  of  getting  a  livelihood; — Gov.  of  Md.  grant 
Joseph  Dawson  half  pay  he  reed,  in  continental  ser^-ice,  by  orders  on 
Treas.  of  Western  Shore,  &  same  be  charged  to  the  U.  S. 

*  Dawson,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Dawson,  W"".  Passed  Nov.  session  18 10 — No.  5.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W".  Dawson,  of  Cecil  county,  late  a  meritorious  soldier  in  the 
rev.  war,  or  order,  quarterly  payts.,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  pro\'ision  to  him  in  his  indigent  situation,  now  advanced  in 
life,  and  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Deakins,  W".  Jnr.  Esq.  Com'd.  Lieut.  Col.  of  the  Lower  Batt'n.  of 
Militia  in  Montgomery  Co.,  Sept.  12,  1777.  Thos.  Johnson.  Resigned 
May,  1782.     (X,  No.  53). 

Deal,  Capt.  Geo.  Passed  Feb.  7,  1843 — No.  5.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Thomas  bal.  due  Capt.  Geo.  Deal,  a  rev.  pensioner  at  time 
of  his  death. 

*  Dean,  Robert,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Deaver,  Aquilla,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Deaver,  Aquilla.  Passed  March  2,  1827 — No.  27.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Aquilla  Deaver,  of  Harford  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Deaver,  Aquilla.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1836 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  B.  Stephenson,  for  use  of  Sarah  Deaver,  widow  of  Aquilla 
Deaver,  deceased,  $6.66,  bal.  of  pension  due  her  husband  at  death. 

Deaver,  Aquilla.  Passed  Feb.  13,  1836 — No.  20.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Deaver,  widow  of  "Aquilla  Dean,"  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half 
pay  of  a  private  during  life. 

*  Deaver,  Miscal,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

t  Deaver,  Miscal,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  83,  from  Frederick  county''. 
Pensioned  Dec.  23,  18 19,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Jan.  22,  1819.  (Reed. 
$395.46.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  335 

Deaver,  W"".  Mch.  7,  1826 — No.  84,  p.  255.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W™.  Deaver,  of  Mason  county,  Ky.  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

De  Kalb,  Baron.  Passed  j\Ich.  3,  1848 — No.  57.  Preamble  &  Reso- 
lutions in  relation  to  the  erection  of  a  monument  to  the  memory  of  the  late 
Maj.  Gen.  the  Baron  De  Kalb,  in  the  city  of  AnnapoUs. 

Congress  of  U.  S.  in  Oct.  1780,  passed  a  resolution: 

"  Resolved,  That  a  monument  be  erected  to  the  memory  of  the  late  Maj. 
Gen.,  the  Baron  de  Kalb,  in  Annapolis,  Md.,  \\nth  the  following  inscription: 
Sacred  to  the  memory  of  the  Baron  De  Kalb,  Knight  of  the  Royal  Order  of 
Military  Merit,  Brigadier  of  the  armies  of  France,  and  Maj.  Gen.  in  the 
service  of  the  U.  S.  of  America,  having  served  with  honor  and  reputation 
for  three  years,  he  gave  a  last  and  glorious  proof  of  his  attachment  to  the 
liberties  of  mankind,  and  the  cause  of  America,  in  the  action  near  Camden, 
in  the  State  of  S.  C.  on  Aug.  16,  1780,  when  leading  on  the  troops  of  the 
Md.  &  Del.  lines,  against  superior  numbers,  and  animating  them  by  his 
example  to  deeds  of  valor,  he  was  pierced  with  many  wounds  and  on  the 
19"^  follo^\^ng  expired,  in  the  48th  year  of  his  age.  The  Congress  of  the 
United  States  of  America,  in  gratitude  to  his  zeal,  services  and  merit,  have 
erected  this  monument." 

The  Governor  is  requested  to  transmit  a  copy  of  the  resolutions  to  the 
Md.  Senators  and  Representatives  in  Congress  to,  if  possible,  secure  the 
erection  of  the  said  monument. 

A  similar  resolution  was  passed  Feb.  6,  1850 — No.  24. 

De  Kalb,  Baron.  Passed  May  3,  1852 — No.  8.  "  Whereas,  it  is  repre- 
sented to  this  Gen.  Assembly,  that  the  representatives  of  the  Baron  De 
Kalb,  a  Major  General  in  the  service  of  the  U.  S.,  in  the  war  of  the  Rev., 
and  who  at  the  action  of  Camden,  on  Aug.  16,  1780,  when  leading  on  the 
troops  of  the  Md.  &  Del.  Lines,  and  animating  them  by  his  example,  to 
deeds  of  valor,  lost,  his  life;   Therefore: 

Resolved  by  the  Gen.  Assembly  of  Md.,  That  our  Senators  &  Reps,  in 
the  Cong,  of  the  U.  S.  be  requested  to  use  their  influence  in  procuring  the 
passage  of  a  law,  granting  to  the  heirs  of  the  lamented  De  Kalb  compen- 
sation for  the  services  of  their  illustrious  ancestor,  as  a  Maj.  Gen.  in  the 
service  of  the  U.  S.  in  the  war  of  the  Rev."  &c. 

*  De  Ligney,  Peter,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Dempsey,  John,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Dennis,  Edward.  Passed  Mch.  25,  1836 — No.  69.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Edward  Dennis,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in 
remuneration  of  his  serv'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Dennis,  Enos,  private,  N.  J.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Dennis,  Jacob,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 


336  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Denny,  Capt.  Robert.  Passed  Dec.  session  1814 — No.  20.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Augusta  Denny,  widow  of  the  late  Capt.  Robert 
Denny, — half  pay  of  a  capt.,  as  a  compensation  for  the  valuable  services 
rendered  by  her  late  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Denoon,  John.  Passed  Feb.  26,  1829 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Denoon,  of  the  state  of  Ohio,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during 
life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  drummer,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Dent,  George,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Dent,  George.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1829 — No.  9.  Treas.  pay  to  George 
Dent,  of  Saint-Mary's  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Dent,  John,  Esq.  Com'd.  Brig.  Gen.  of  MiHtia  of  Md.  raised  to  Compose 
a  part  of  the  Flying  Camp,  July  4,  1776.  Pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres. 
(X,  No.  56). 

t  Detit,  John,  corporal.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  act  of  June  7,  1785,  at 
$44.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789.  Died  Mch.  26,  1803  (Reed.  $616.00. 
U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Dent,  John.  Passed  Mch.  17,  1835 — No.  49.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Eleanor  Dent,  widow  of  John  Dent,  a  private  of  the  third  regiment 
Maryland  Line  [^Rev.J,  half  pay  of  a  private,  during  life,  quarterly. 

*  Dewees,  Samuel,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Dickenson,  Edward,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Dicks,  Isaac,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Dixon,  Samuel.     2^  Lieut,  in  17"'  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

Dixon,  W".  Passed  Dec.  session,  1818  (Feb.  19,  1819) — No.  21.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  W"".  Dixon,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly,  during  life, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Dotially,  Patrick.  Passed  Dec.  session  1815 — No.  22.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Patrick  Donally,  of  Frederick  county, — half  pay  of  a  private, 
as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country 
has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Donnelly,  Patrick.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1829 — No.  23.  Treas.  pay  to 
Elizabeth  Donnelly,  widow  of  the  late  Patrick  Donnelly,  of  Frederick 
county,  whatever  sum  may  have  been  due  to  said  Patrick  Donnelly,  from 
the  state  of  Md.  at  time  of  his  decease,  on  account  of  his  rev.  services. 

Donnel'y,  Patrick.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  69.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Donnelly,  of  Frederick  county,  widow  of  Patrick 
Donnelly,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said 
war. 

Dooley,  Capt.  James.  (War  of  181 2),  payment  for  cartouch  boxes  Feb. 
II,  1825. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  337 

Dorgan,  John.  Passed  Jan.  25,  1828 — No.  2.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Dorgan,  of  Talbot  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Dorsey,  Ely.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  61.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Ely  Dorsey,  of  Ely,  of  Frederick  county — $960.00  "in 
full  consideration  of  his  ser\nces  during  the  rev.  war." 

Dorsey,  Capt.  Richard.  Passed  Nov.  session  1791 — No.  6.  Richard 
Dorsey,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Artillery  from  Md.  in  the  service  of  the  U.  S.,  is 
disabled  from  wounds  received  at  the  battle  of  Camden,  S.  C,  which 
prevent  him  from  following  any  occupation  by  which  a  sustenance  may  be 
obtained;  Resolved,  That — the  Gov.  Md. — grant  unto  Richard  Dorsey 
half  the  monthly  pay  which  he  received  in  the  continental  service,  by 
orders  drawn  on  the  Treas.  of  Western  Shore,  and  the  same  be  charged  to 
the  U.  S. 

Dotrow,  John.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  45.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Dotrow,  of  Frederick  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  sum  of 
money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Dougherty,  Barnabas,  private,  Rev.  army."  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

*  Douglass,  Robert,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

*  Doivdle,  TU".,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Downes,  Henry,  Jnr.  Esq.  Com'd.  2^  Major  of  28""  Batt'n.  of  the  Militia 
in  this  Pro^^nce.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3,  Anno 
Domini,  1776.     Pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres. 

"To  the  Honorable  the  Convention  or  Council  of  Safety  of  Md.  The  2'^ 
Major's  Birth  being  a  very  inactive  post  &  the  Battalion  in  great  want  of 
an  adjutant;  Colo.  Fedeman  has  appointed  me  in  w'hich  station  I  shall 
from  this  Day  endever  to  discharge  my  duty  untill  otherwise  ordered  by 
your  Honours,  at  whose  command  I  am  allways  at;  &  beg  leave  to  resign 
this  Commission. 

I  am  Gentlemen  your  most  Obt.  Soldier  &  Servent,  Henr>^  Downs,  Jr. 
April  10,  1776."     (X,  No.  60). 

Doivning,  Butler.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1833 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Downing,  widow  of  the  late  Butler  Downing,  a  rev. 
soldier  who  died  Nov.  18,  1829,  $24.24  the  amt.  due  him  at  death  as  a 
pensioner. 

Passed  Mch.  5,  1835 — No.  29.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth 
Downing,  widow  of  Butler  Downing,  quarterly  during  her  life,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  the  ser\aces  of  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Downing,  Nathaniel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  22.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Nathaniel  Downing,  of  Prince  George's  county,  an 
23 


338  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

old  rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for 
the  services  rendered  his  country  in  that  war. 

Due,  James.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  71.  Treas.  Western  Shore  to 
pay  to  James  Due,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly,  during  life  a  sum  of  money 
equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Due,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Duer,  Joshua,  Gentleman,  Com'd.  Ensign  in  Capt.  Holland's  Co.  of 
Militia  in  the  Snow  Hill  Battalion,  in  Worcester  Co.  Given  at  Baltimore 
Town,  Aug.  30th.     Thos.  Johnson. 

(On  the  back),  Worcester,  Aug.  3,  1781.  I  do  hereby  resign  the  within 
commission.     Joshua  Duer. 

Joshua  Duer,  Ensign  resigned.     Steven  Allen  recom'd.  1782. 

Duffee,  Thos.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  25.  Treas.  pay  to  Thos. 
DufTee,  of  Harford  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  sergeant,  for  his 
services  during  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  16,  1835 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Bridget 
Duffee,  widow  of  Thomas  Duffee,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  the  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant  during  her  life,  in  quarterly  payments. 

Duffee,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1835 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  James  Moores,  for  use  of  Bridget  Duffee,  widow  of  Thomas 
Duffee  of  Harford  county,  a  rev.  soldier,  $7.50,  the  amt.  due  him  at  time  of 
his  death,  as  a  pensioner. 

*  Dunn,  W"'.,  private,  Pulaski's  corps  (Jan.  1820,  p.  542). 

Dtmning,  Butler.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Butler  Dunning,  of  Charles  county,  half  pay  of  a  private 
for  his  rev.  war  services. 

*  Duppelle,  Antoiene,  private,  Hazen's  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Duvall,  Benj.  of  Elisha,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 
Duvall,  Benjamin.     Feb.  18,  1822  (No.  32,  p.  177).     Treas.  of  Western 

shore  directed  to  pay  unto  Benj.  Duvall,  of  Elisha,  an  old  revolutionary 
soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private, — as  a  further  remuneration  for  the  services 
rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 

Duvall,  Benj.  Passed  Feb.  16,  1830 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Benj.  L.  Gantt,  for  use  of  Benj.  Duvall,  Jr.  of  Prince  George's 
county,  executor  of  Benj.  Duvall  (of  Elisha),  of  said  county,  a  rev.  sol- 
dier, who  died  Jan.  30,  1830,  $33.22,  the  amount  due  him  at  death  as  a 
pensioner. 

Duval,  Joseph.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Joseph  Duval,  of  Montgomery  county,  an  old  soldier,  for 
life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Dyer,  Lieut.  Walter.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  9.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Walter  Dyer,  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly, 


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during  life,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services 
during  the  American  war. 

t  Eaerl,  James,  private,  Pa.  Line,  age  84,  from  Frederick  county,  died 
Apr.  II,  1830''.  Pensioned  Nov.  i,  1821  at  $96.00  per  an.,  from  Sept.  20, 
1821.     (Rec'd.  $821.86.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Ebbs,  Emanuel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  48.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Emanuel  Ebbs,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by 
which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Ebbs,  Emanuel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Edgar,  James,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Eikelberger,  John,  private.  Pa.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Eisell,  John,  private,  German  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Eisell,  John.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1832 — No.  83.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  John  Eisell,  of  Baltimore,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  half 
yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

EllicoU.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1823,  1822-23,  p.  123.  Ellicott  Jonath, 
Elias,  Geo.  Benj.  Thos.  &  Chas.  T.  Ellicott  (inf.  son  of  James  deed.),  &  the 
ch.  of  Andrew  Ellicott  deed. — incorp.     Avalon  Co. — Patapsco  Falls. 

*  EllicoU,  Robert,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Elliott,  John,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  i  st.  Lieut,  of  Co.  of  Militia  in 
Dorchester  Co.  Called  The  Friendship  Co.,  of  which  you  have  been 
elected  1st.  Lieut.,  persuant  to  the  Resolves  of  the  Last  Convention,  of  the 
Province.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3d.,  1776.  Pr.  order 
Mat.  Tilghman  Pres.     (X,  No.  66). 

Spencer  Waters,  Capt.  John  EUet  Resigns  first  Lieut.  Isaac  Reed, 
2d.  Lieut.     Nehemiah  Mezzek,  Ensign.     John  Tedyford,  1st.  Sergeant. 

t  Elliott,  John.  Wagoner,  of  Baltimore  county,  in  Rev.  army,  pensioned 
Dec.  26,  181 1,  under  Act.  of  July  5,  1812,  at  $30.00  per  annum  (received 
$95-75) •     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  5). 

Elliott,  Robert.  Passed  Nov.  session  181 1 — No.  26.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Robert  Elliott,  of  Harford  county,  a  wounded  rev.  soldier, 
during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  in  the  Md.  Line. 

Elliott,  Thomas.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  45. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  Thos.  Elliott,  an  old  rev.  soldier — half  pay 
of  a  private  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
his  services. 

*  Elliott,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Elliott,  Thomas,  2^.  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Elliott,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  30.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Thomas  Elliott,  of  Baltimore,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  the  re\'.  war. 


340  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Ellis,  Michael.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  112,  p.  262.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Michael  Ellis,  of  Craven  county,  N.  C.  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  fifer, 
as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Elliss,  Thos.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  48.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Thomas  Elliss,  of  Harford  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as 
further  compensation  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

*  Ellis,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Emory,  Charles.  Passed  Nov.  session  1801 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Charles  Emory,  or  order,  "]£;  bal.  due  him,  an  old  bargeman, 
for  his  services  on  board  of  the  barges  during  the  late  war,  as  appears  by  a 
voucher  under  the  hand  of  the  auditor. 

Ennis,  Leonard.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1838 — No.  10.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Jane  Bishop,  who  was  the  widow  of  Leonard  Ennis,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.  the  half  pay  of  a  private  during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
his  services. 

*  Ervin,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543) 

*  Etchberger,  W'^,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Etchherger,  Wolfgang,  private,  German  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

*  Evans,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Evans,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  i,  1830 — No.  64.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thomas  Evans,  of  Frederick  county,  during  life  quarterly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Reg.  of  land  office  is  also  directed  to  issue  to  said  Thos.  Evans,  soldier  of 
the  rev.  warrant  and  later  a  patent  for  50  acres  of  vacant  land  westward  of 
Fort  Cumberland,  in  Allegany  county,  without  composition  money. 

Evans,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Eleann  Evans,  widow  of  Thomas  Evans  of  Frederick  county, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her 
husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Evans,  W"^.,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at 
S40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

Ewing,  Capt.  James.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVL  Gen. 
Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  capt.,  for  disability  acquired  in  the  service, 
to  James  Ewing,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  Line  in  the  Continental  army. 

t  Eyen,  Frederick,  private,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
at  $40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789.  (Reed.  $480.00.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  20). 

Fairbroiher,  Francis.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1806 — No.  2.  Treas.  of 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Francis  Fairbrother,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  late  a 
soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  half  yearly  payts.,  the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Fairbrother,  Francis.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  72.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Patience  Fairbrother,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  widow  of 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR    PENSIONS  341 

Francis  Fairbrother,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  half  yearly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Pearson,  Joseph.  Passed  Dec.  session  181 5 — No.  32.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Fearson,  during  his  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  the  revolution. 

Fennell,  Stephen.  Passed  Feb.  13,  1833 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Stephen  Fennell,  of  Brown  county,  O.,  during  life,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Ferguson,  John,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned  at  $60.00  per  an. 
from  Jan.  i,  1803;  reed.  $670.68.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

t  Ferrara,  Emmanuel,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Fickle,  Benj.  Lieut.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  23.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Benj.  Fickle,  of  Muskingum  covmty,  Ohio,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  lieutenant,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Fields,  George,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

t  Finleyson,  George,  private,  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  20). 

*  Fisher,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

*  Fisher,  Philip,  private,  German  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

t  Fisher,  Philip,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
Feb.  8,  1828,  at  $40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  under  Act  of  June  7, 
1785  (reed.  $1,085.64) — at  $64.00  per  an.  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $133.40). 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

t  Fisher,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  86,  from  Frederick  county''. 
Pensioned  Jan.  26,  1819  at  $96.00  per  an.,  from  Apr.  8,  1818.  (Rec'd. 
$1,526.93.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Fitzgerald,  Benj.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1834 — No.  50.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Benj.  Fitzgerald,  of  Ky.,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
Quarter  Master  Sergeant,  for  the  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Fitzgerald,  Nicholas.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  36.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay 
to  Nicholas  Fitzgerald,  of  Washington  county,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his 
rev.  war  services. 

Fitzhugh,  Capt.  W"'.  Passed  Nov.  1791 — No.  10.  "Resolved  that  the 
half  pay  of  a  captain  on  the  British  establishment  be  allowed  to  W". 
Fitzhugh,  of  Calvert  county,  to  be  computed  by  the  auditor  from  Sept.  3, 
1783,  until  Nov.  I,  1 791,  &  that  the  treas.  of  the  Western  Shore  be  author- 
ized and  directed  to  issue  a  certificate,  bearing  legal  interest  therefor,  to  the 
said  W™.  Fitzhugh." 

Fitzpatrick,  Nathan.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1840 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Nathan  Fitzpatrick,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  or  order,  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  from  Jan.  i,  1840. 


342  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

*  Fletcher,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

*  Fling,  James,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  543). 

Fling,  James.  Feb.  24,  1824 — No.  27.  Treas.  directed  to  pay  to 
James  Fling,  of  Montgomery  county,  during  life,  quarterly  the  half  pay  of 
a  sergeant,  further  comp.  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Jan.  23,  1837 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Henry 
Harding  for  use  of  James  W.  Fling,  executor  of  James  Fling,  $7.00, 
balance  of  his  pension  at  time  of  his  death. 

t  Flanagan,  Dennis,  private,  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.;  reed.  $160.00.  (U.  S.  Pens. 
Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Foggett,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  35.  Treas.  to  pay 
Richard  Foggett,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Foggett,  Richard.  Passed  Mch.  19,  1835 — No.  72.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Artridge  Foggett,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  the  amt.  due  her 
late  husband,  Richard  Foggett,  upon  the  pension  list  of  this  State,  at  the 
time  of  his  death. 

Passed  Mch.  20,  1835 — No.  65.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Artridge 
Foggitt,  widow  of  Richard  Foggitt,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  quarterly,  during  life. 

Foggett,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  6,  1850 — No.  27.  State  Treas.  pay  to 
order  of  legal  representatives  of  Arthridge  Foggett,  the  arrears  of  pension 
due  her  on  May  20,  1849,  dated  from  Jan.  i,  1849,  as  per  res.  No.  65, 
passed  Dec.  session,  1834. 

Passed  Feb.  14,  1850 — No.  31.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to  Gassaway  Owens, 
legal  representative  of  Arthridge  Foggett,  arrears  of  pension  due  the  latter. 

t  Fogler,  Simon,  private  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785 
from  Sept.  4,  1793,  at  $20.00  per  an.;  reed.  $160.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  21). 

Ford,  Hezekiah.  Treas.  Western  Shore  Feb.  9,  1822  (No.  20,  p.  176) 
directed  to  pay  to  Hezekiah  Ford,  of  Cecil  county,  an  old  Revolutionary 
officer- — the  half  pay  of  a  Lieutenant  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as 
remuneration  for  his  meritorious  services. 

*  Ford,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

t  Ford,  Joseph,  captain,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned  at  $120.00  per  an.  from 
Jan.  I,  1803;  reed.  $1101.33;  died  in  1812.     (U.S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Ford,  Joseph.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1837 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  Ford,  widow  of  Joseph  Ford,  half  pay  of  a  second  lieut. 
during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 


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Forrest,  Uriah,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  I  st.  Lieut,  of  the  Second  Inde- 
pendent Co.  of  Regular  Troops  to  be  raised  in  this  Province  for  the 
Defense  of  the  Liberties  thereof.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan. 
6,  A.D.,  1776.     Pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No.  74). 

(Reverse)  "I,  Uriah  Forrest  do  swear  that  I  will  well  &  truly  Execute 
my  Office  according  to  the  within  Commission  and  the  Trust  reposed  in  me 
according  to  the  best  of  my  power  of  ability  and  that  I  will  disband  &  lay 
down  my  Warlike  arms  whenever  I  shall  be  ordered  so  to  do  by  the 
Convention  of  Maryland  for  the  time  being  or  any  Authority  dirived  under 
it  so  help  me  God."  Sworn  before  me  this  22d.  Jan.  1776.  Richd. 
Barnes. 

Forrest,  Mrs.  Rebecca.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1844 — No.  17.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Green  and  Maria  Bohrer,  sole  surviving  children  of 
Mrs.  Rebecca  Forrest,  bal.  due  her,  up  to  time  of  her  death,  on  the 
pension  list  of  the  State. 

*  Foster,  Thos.,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Fowler,  Thos.  M.  [War  of  1812],  Feb.  17,  1820 — No.  52.  Gov.  and 
council  are  directed  to  pass  the  acct.  of  Thos  M.  Fowler,  deceased, 
commissary  to  the  6th  brigade  of  Md.  militia  for  rations  furnished  Col. 
Athenations  Fen  wick's  reg.  from  19  July  to  17  Aug.  18 14. 

Fo.x,  Anthony.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1806 — No.  i.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Anthony  Fox,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  late  a  soldier  in  the 
rev.  war,  half  yearly  payts.,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Franklin,  Thomas  and  Neth,  Lewis,  Jr.,  [War  of  1812]].  Furnished 
cartouch  boxes — belts — payment  Feb.  26,  1824,  p.  172,  Res.  35. 

*  Franks,  John,  private.  Conn.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Frazier,  James.  Passed  Feb.  14,  1820 — No.  21.  Treas.  pay  to  James 
Frazier,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  for  life, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  "as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted." 

Frazier,  James.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1847 — No.  31.  Treas.  pay  to  Susan 
Frazier,  or  to  her  order,  balance  of  any  pension  due  to  James  Frazier,  at 
the  time  of  his  death. 

Resolved,  That  the  pension  heretofore  paid  by  the  State  to  James 
Frazier  be  continued  and  paid  to  widow  Susan  Frazier,  during  her  natural 
life. 

Frazier,  Lieut.  Levin.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  32.  Treas.  pay  to 
Levin  Frazier,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  rev.  officer,  for  life,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  first  Lieut,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Frazier,  Levin.     Lieut.,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Frazier,  Levi?i.  Passed  Jan.  10,  1843 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Frazier  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  Le\dn  Frazier,  a 


344  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

lieut.  in  the  war  of  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  during  her  life,  quarterly, 
commencing  July  5,  1842;  also  pay  to  said  Elizabeth  Frazier  arrears  of 
pension  due  to  her  said  husband  at  time  of  his  death  under  resolution 
passed  at  Dec.  session,  1819. 

Frazier,  Levin.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1848 — No.  28.  Treas.  pay  to  Priscilla 
Jackson,  legal  representative  of  Elizabeth  Frazier,  $8.00,  bal.  of  pension 
due  said  Elizabeth  Frazier  at  her  death. 

Passed  Mch.  4,  1850 — No.  51.  Treas.  pay  to  Saml.  Harrington,  trustee 
of  the  late  EHzabeth  Frazier,  $18.22,  the  amt.  of  pension  money  due  her  at 
death. 

Frazier,  Penelope.  Passed  Jan.  29,  1850 — No.  7.  State  Treas.  pay  to 
Priscilla  Frazier,  executrix  of  Penelope  Frazier,  late  of  Baltimore  county, 
deceased,  or  order,  whatever  sum  may  be  due  the  estate  of  the  said 
testator,  at  her  death  Dec.  2,  1848,  as  a  pensioner  of  this  State. 

Frazier,  Samuel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  6.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Frazier,  of  Harford  county,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private  soldier,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered  his 
country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Frazier,  Samuel.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1836 — No.  70.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Penelope  Frazier,  widow  of  Samuel  Frazier,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  her  life. 

Frazer,  Capt.  Solomon.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  80.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  required  to  pay  to  Solomon  Frazier,  or  to  his  order,  in  quarterly 
payments,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

Frazier,  Capt.  Solomon.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1822 — No.  21,  p.  176.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Solomon  Frazier  $337-50  "balance 
of  rations  due  him  while  in  the  sers-ice  of  the  State  of  Md.  during  the  rev. 
war.  " 

Frazier,  W^"".  Passed  Feb.  7,  1840 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Henrietta  M.  Frazier,  of  the  city  of  Baltimore,  widow  of  W"°.  Frazier, 
who  was  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  quarterly,  commencing 
with  Jan.  I,  1840,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  during  her  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  the  services  of  her  deceased  husband. 

Frisby,  James,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  2^  Lieut  of  Capt.  W".  Frisby's  Co. 
of  Militia  in  Kent  County,  June  7,  1776.  Given  at  Annapohs  by  Council 
of  Safety,  Danl.  of  St.  Thos.  Jenifer,  J.  Hall,  Jas.  Tilghman,  W-".  Hayward. 

Fulford,  John.  Capt.  of  a  Company  of  Matrosses,  Mch.  I,  1776 — see 
More,  Nicholas  Ruxton. 

Gadd,  Thomas.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  ID.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Gadd,  late  a  private  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  a  sum  of 
money,  quarterly  payts.,  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Gadd,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 


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Gaither,  Benj.,  late  sheriff  of  Anne  Arundel  &  John  M.  Gaither — Laws 
of  Md.  Dec.  Sess.  1825 — Res.  No.  loi,  p.  260. 

Gaither,  Zachariah,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  Basil  Burgess' 
Company  (late  John  Burgess)  in  the  Elk  Ridge  Battn.  of  Anne  Arundel 
Co.  Militia.  Given  at  AnnapoHs  this  30"'  Day  of  Mch.  A.D.  1779. 
Thos.  Johnson.  (Original  comn.  in  possession  of  Mr.  Otho  S.  Gaither, 
Chicago,  111.) 

Gale,  Henry.  Capt.  in  Salisbury  Batln.  of  Somerset  Co.  Militia,  Jan.  7, 
1777 — see  Handy,  Levin. 

Gallaher,  John.  Passed  Nov.  1798 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  John  Gallaher,  late  soldier  in  the  6""  Md.  reg.  6i£-is-5d,  the  amt.  of 
depreciation  of  pay  due  him  for  his  services  as  a  soldier  aforesaid. 

Gallagher,  Capt.  John,  U.  S.  NaA^ — see  Towson,  Nathan  [1812]. 

Galuvrth,  Gabriel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Gabriel  Galworth,  of  Montgomery  county,  late  a  private  in 
the  rev.  war.  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to 
him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

*  Galworth,  Gabriel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

t  Gambare,  Joh?i,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
Feb.  8,  1828  at  $40.00  per  an.  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  dating  from 
Mch.  4,  1789  (reed.  $1,085.64) — at  $64.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816 
(reed.  $983.27).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

Gambell,  Abraham.  Passed  Nov.  1791 — No.  9.  Abraham  Gambell, 
late  a  soldier  in  the  first  Md.  reg.  was  wounded  through  the  shoulder  at 
Camden,  Apr.  21,  1781 — unable  to  support  himself  by  labour;  Gov.  grant 
unto  Abraham  Gambell,  in  future,  such  sum  as,  with  the  allowance  he 
receives  from  the  U.  S.,  will  equal  half  monthly  pay  which  he  received 
when  in  the  continental  service — drawn  on  Treas.  of  Western  Shore,  and 
charged  to  the  U.  S. 

t  Gamble,  Abraham,  private.  Rev.  army.  Pensioned,  Act  of  Mch.  3. 
1809,  from  Jan.  18,  1809,  at  $60.00  per  an.;  reed.  $187.67.  (U.  S.  Pens. 
Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Gambrel,  Gideon.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  25.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Gideon  Gambrel,  of  Caroline  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  the  half  pay 
of  a  private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Garth,  James,  private.  Rev.  army\  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at 
$40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789;  reed.  $980.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835, 
p.  21). 

Gassaway,  Lieut.  Henry.  Passed  Nov.  session  1804 — No.  2.  Treas, 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Henry  Gassaway,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  late  a 
lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  quarterly  payts.,  during  life,  as  a 


346  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

further  reward  to  those  meritorious  services  which  he  rendered  his  country 
in  estabHshing  her  Hberty  and  independence. 

Cassaway,  Capt.  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1 815 — No.  17.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Gassaway,  late  a  capt.  of  the  Md.  troops  in  the 
rev.  war, — during  Hfe,  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

*  Gassaway,  John,  captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 
Gassaway,  John.     Feb.  10,  1820 — No.  15.     Treas  is  directed  to  pay  to 

Elizabeth  L.  Gassaway,  of  Annapolis,  during  her  widowhood,  half  pay  of  a 
captain  as  a  further  compensation  for  those  services  rendered  by  her  late 
husband,  John  Gassaway,  during  rev.  war. 

Gassaway,  General  John.  Passed  Dec.  19,  1821 — No.  4,  p.  174.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  L.  Gassaway,  widow  of  Gen.  John 
Gassaway,  of  Annapolis,  $38.00  due  on  rev.  pension  at  his  death. 

*  Gatchell,  Sanil.  H.,  captain  Mass.  Line — dead  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 
Gates,  W'".     Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  33.     Treas.  Western  Shore 

pay  to  W™.  Gates,  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Gerrish,  Edward  and  Allen,  Jacob.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  56. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  Edwd.  Gerrish  and  Jacob  Allen, — half  pay 
of  privates,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  them  for  those  services  by  which 
their  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Gerrish,  Edward,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 
Geissinger,  David,  Capt.     Passed  Jan.  28,  1830 — No.  9.     Gen.  Assembly 

of  Md.  entertain  a  high  sense  of  the  gallantry  of  David  Geissinger,  native 
of  Md.  and  a  Captain  in  U.  S.  Navy,  (details  given). 

Governor  is  authorized  to  present  a  sword  in  approbation  of  his  gallant 
conduct  in  the  late  war. 

Gibhart,  Peter.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Peter  Gibhart,  $200.00  in  full  compensation  for  those 
services  which  he  rendered  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Gilman,  Joseph,  private.  Conn.  Line — died  16^^  May,  1819  Qan.  1820, 

P-  544)- 

Gilpin,  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  26.  Treas.  to  pay  to  W". 
Gilpin,  of  Jefferson  county,  Va.  during  life,  half  yearly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Glazier,  John,  private,  Conn.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

*  Goddard,  Edward  Barton,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

*  Goddard,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Goddard,  John.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1829 — No.  29.  Treas.  pay  to  John 
Goddard,  of  Prince  George's  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Goddard,  John.     Passed  Jan.  17,  1833 — No.  3.     Treas.  Western  Shore 


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pay  to  Raphael  C.  Edelen,  for  use  of  Benj.  Goddard,  of  Prince  George's 
county,  only  child  and  representative  of  John  Goddard,  of  said  county,  a 
rev.  soldier  who  died  Sept.  2,  1832,  $16.89,  the  amt.  due  him  at  death,  as  a 
pensioner. 

Godman,  Capt.  Saml.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1856.  Comr.  land  office  issue 
to  legal  representatives  of  Capt.  Saml.  Godman,  an  officer  of  the  Md.  Line 
during  the  rev.  war,  a  common  warrant  for  200  acres  of  vacant  land, 
lying  to  the  westward  of  Fort  Cumberland,  in  Allegany  county,  and  to 
issue  a  patent,  &c. 

t  Golden,  Walter,  private  in  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county;  pensioned 
Nov.  10,  1814  at  $30.00  per  annum,  commencing  May  11,  1814  (received 
$24.50).     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  6). 

*  Goldsberry,  Charles,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 
Coldsborough,     Chas.     Passed    Dec.    session,     1815 — No.    34.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Chas.  Goldsborough,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  an 
additional  compensation  for  those  services  which  contributed  to  the 
establishment  of  his  country's  independence. 

Goldsborough,  Ann.  Passed  Mch.  Ii,  1834 — No.  62.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Goldsborough,  of  Saint  Mary's  county,  during  life, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Goldsmith,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1836 — No.  46.  Reg.  land  office 
issue  a  warrant  for  200  acres  soldier's  land  in  Allegany  county,  westward  of 
Fort  Cumberland  to  James  Mills,  Thos.  Mills,  EHzabeth  Mills,  Sarah 
Campfield  &  Harriet  Goldsmith,  heirs  at  law  of  Thos.  Goldsmith  deceased, 
and  their  heirs  without  any  tithng,  &c. 

Gomber,  John.  Feb.  18,  1825.  No.  26,  p.  159.  Treas.  to  pay  to  John 
Gomber,  of  Frederick  county,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  further 
comp.  his  rev.  war  services. 

Gordon,  Archibald.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1807 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Archibald  Gordon,  of  Cecil  county,  late  a  meritorious 
soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  in  quarterly  payts.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a 
provision  to  him  in  his  indigent  situation  when  advanced  in  life,  and — for 
those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Gordon,  Archibald,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Gordon,  John.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Elizabeth  Gordon,  widow  of  John  Gordon,  a  rev.  soldier, 
during  her  life  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Gorrell,  Thomas  (of  Hannah)  a  minor,  of  Harford  county  chgd.  to 
Thomas  Jeff ery — ^Jan.  12,  1825,  Chap.  19,  p.  14. 

Gould,  W"".  Passed  Feb.  10,  1830 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Sarah  Gould,  of  Dorchester  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 


348  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

private,  as  further  remuneration  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
William  Gould,  during  the  rev.  war. 

Graves,  Richard.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1822.  Treas.  Western  Shore  in  favor 
of  Richard  Graves,  the  brigade  Major  of  the  6""  brigade, — for  services 
performed  during  the  late  war. 

Gray,  George.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  41.  Treas.  pay  to  George 
Gray,  of  Charles  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Green,  Henry.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1850 — No.  61.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to 
Elizabeth  Green,  widow  of  Henry  Green,  a  private  in  the  war  of  the  Amer. 
Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  the  remainder  of  her  Hfe,  from  Jan.  i,  1850. 

Green,  Capt.  Lewis.     [AVar  of  1812].     Feb.  15,  1820,  No.  22. 

t  Green,  W'".,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Charles  county.  Pensioned  from 
Mch.  4,  1789,  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at  $40.00  per  annum  (reed. 
$1,085.64) — at  $64.00  per  an.  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $407.27)  and  died  in 
1822.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  12). 

Greentree,  Benj.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  24.  Treas.  pay  to  Benj. 
Greentree,  of  Montgomery  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of 
private,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Greentree,  Benj.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1840 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  Greentree,  of  Frederick  county,  widow  of  Benj.  Greentree,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.  or  order,  the  sum  of  $10.00  for  one  quarter  pension  due 
her  late  husband  at  the  time  of  his  death. 

Treas.  Western  Shore  also  directed  to  pay  to  the  said  Mary  Greentree, 
during  life,  quarterly,  from  Jan.  i,  1840,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  in 
consideration  of  the  services  of  her  late  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Greentree,  Benj.  Passed  Jan.  26,  1848 — No.  14.  State  Treas.  pay  to 
Elizabeth  Beall,  or  order,  any  money  due  to  Mary  Greentree  at  time  of  her 
death. 

Griffin,  Nathan.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Nathan  Grififin,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  soldier,  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  compensation  for  his  services  in 
the  late  rev.  war. 

Griffith,  Maj.  Philemon.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  57.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Philemon  Griffith,  an  old  rev.  officer,  half  pay  of  a 
Major,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Griffith,  Capt.  Samuel.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  64.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Grififith,  an  old  rev.  officer,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  captain,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  10,  1834 — No.  18.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Ruth 
Grififith,  widow  of  Samuel  Grififith,  of  Montgomery  county,  a  rev.  soldier, 
the  amt.  of  pension  due  to  her  husband  at  time  of  his  death. 


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*  Griffith,  Samuel.     Capt.  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Grove,  David.  Feb.  17,  1820 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  David  Grove,  of  Washington  county,  half  pay  of  a  private 
for  his  rev.  war  service. 

Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Catharine 
Grove,  widow  of  David  Grove,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood, 
half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  said  war. 

Grove,  W"".  Passed  Mch.  i,  1850 — No.  48.  Treas.  pay  to  Mary  Grove, 
widow  of  W"^.  Grove,  a  rev.  soldier,  late  of  Allegany  county,  deceased, 
such  sum  of  money,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1850,  during  her  life,  as  will  equal 
the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Grover,  W"'.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  30.  Treas.  pay  to  W".  Grover, 
of  Allegany  county,  late  a  private  in  the  Md.  Line,  during  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Groves,  W"'.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Gudgeon,  W"".  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  68.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  W"".  Gudgeon,  of  Kent  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier — half 
pay  of  a  private  for  his  service  during  the  rev.  war. 

Gudgeon,  W'".  Feb.  17,  1824 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
W"".  Gudgeon,  of  Kent  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  pay  for 
services  during  rev.  war — also  present  sum  due  him. 

Gudgeon,  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1828 — No.  11.  Treas.  West  Shore  pay 
to  representatives  of  W"".  Gudgeon,  deceased,  a  rev.  soldier,  such  sum  as 
may  appear  to  have  been  due  him  at  death. 

Passed  Feb.  20,  1829 — No.  22.  Treas.  pay  to  Benj.  Gudgeon,  one  of 
the  heirs  of  W"".  Gudgeon,  late  of  Kent  county,  whatever  sum  may  have 
been  due  to  the  said  W".  Gudgeon  from  the  state  of  Md.  at  time  of  his 
decease,  on  account  of  his  rev.  services. 

Gudgington,  William — see  Davis,  Samuel  stricken  from  list. 

Gwyn,  John.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1837 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Julia  Gwyn,  widow  of  John  Gwyn,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant  during 
her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 

Hafley,  Stephen.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1830 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Stephen  Hafiey,  of  Frederick  county,  during  Hfe,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Halkerstone,  Robert  and  others.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1  (Jan.  6, 
1812) — No.  36.  Treas.  Western  Shore  be,  and  is  hereby  requested  to  pay 
unto  Robert  Halkerstone  (see  res.  Dec.  181 7),  of  Charles  county,  Edward 
Tillard  of  Montgomery  county,  John  MCoy,  John  S[prigg]  Belt, 
Gassaway  Watkins,  Cornelius  H.  Mills  and  John  J.  Jacob,  and  each  and 
every  one  of  them,  or  their  order,  the  sum  of  $125.00,  annually,  during 


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their  lives,  in  quarterly  payments,  out  of  any  unappropriated  monies  in  the 
treasury. 

Halkerson,  Lieut.  Robert.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  20.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Robert  Ha'kerson,  of  Charles  county,  an  old  rev. 
officer,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieutenant  for  life,  instead  of  the  sum 
allowed  him  by  a  resolution  passed  Jan.  6th,  1812  [No.  36]. 

*  Halker stone,  Robert,  Heutenant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hall,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1832 — No.  17.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Hall,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  servces  during  said  war. 

Hall,  Richard.  Passed  Jan.  5,  1841 — No.  3.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Mrs.  Ann  Cadle,  legal  representative  of  Richd.  Hall,  deceased,  a  pen- 
sioner of  State  of  Md.,  $17.60,  amt.  due  said  Hall  at  time  of  his  death. 

Hamilton,  Capt.  John  A.  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  34,  p.  172.  Treas.  to  pay 
to  Margaret  Hamilton,  of  Baltimore,  the  half  pay  of  a  Capt.,  as  further 
remuneration  for  her  husband,  Capt.  John  A.  Hamilton's  services  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Hammond,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Mch.  5,  1844 — No.  33.  Treas.  pay  to 
Elizabeth  Hammond,  of  Frederick  county,  during  her  life,  half  pay  of  a 
private  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the 
rev.  war. 

*  Hammond,  Peter,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

t  Hammond,  Peter,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  79,  from  Frederick  county. 
Pensioned''  Apr.  3,  1819  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  8,  1818.  (Reed. 
$230.40.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  Han,  David,  fifer.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

t  Han,  David,  fifer.  Pa.  Line,  age  78,  from  Frederick  county.  Pensioned'' 
Feb.  I,  1819,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Jan.  29,  1819.  (Reed.  $538.66.  U.S. 
Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  Handell,  John,  private,  N.  Y.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Handy,  Capt.  George.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1820 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Elizabeth  Handy,  widow  of  George  Handy  late  a 
captain  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

Passed  Feb.  19,  1838 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Anne  G. 
Handy,  executrix  of  Elizabeth  Handy,  late  of  Somerset  county,  $54.00, 
bal.  of  pension  money  due  said  EHz.  Handy. 

Handy,  Isaac.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1838 — No.  29.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Priscilla  Woolford,  of  Somerset  county,  the  former  widow  of  Isaac 
Handy,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Handy,  Levin,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  Henry  Gale's 
Company  in  the  Salisbury  Batt'n.  of  Militia  in  Somerset  Co.     Given  at 


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Annapolis,  Jan.  7,  1777.  Thos.  Johnson.  Resigned  May  12,  1778.  To 
Col.  Day  Scott.  (X,  No.  93).  Endorsement:  Williams,  Thomas 
(Sept.  22,  1777)  says  "Capt.  Cole's  Company" — Levin  Handy,  Ensign. 

Handy,  Capt.  Levin.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1822 — No.  19,  p.  176.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Nancy  Handy,  widow  of  Levin  Handy  late  a 
Captain  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

Handy,  Thomas.  Ensign  in  Princess  Anne  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Somerset 
Co.  after  Jan.  7,  1778 — see  Williams,  Thomas. 

Haney,  W"".  Passed  Apr.  i,  1839 — No.  61.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Susanna  Haney,  of  city  of  Baltimore,  widow  of  W°.  Haney,  a  soldier  of 
the  Rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the  Rev.  during  her 
life,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839,  in  consideration  of  the  services  of 
her  said  husband. 

Hanson,  Lieut.  Isaac.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVI.  Gen. 
Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  for  disability  acquired  in  the  service, 
to  Isaac  Hanson,  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  line  in  the  Continental  army. 

Hanspan,  John  Codlep.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  23.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Codlep  Hanspan,  of  Anne- Arundel  county,  an 
old  soldier,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  [Rev.  ser\aces]. 

*  Hanspan,  Cutlip,  private  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Harman,  Lazarus.  Passed  Apr.  Session  1792 — No.  i.  Governor  grant 
to  Lazarus  Harman  half  the  monthly  pay  he  received  in  the  continental 
service,  by  orders  on  Treas.  Western  Shore,  chargeable  to  the  U.  S. 

*  Harman,  Lazarus,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

*  Harper,  Samuel  A.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Harper,  Samuel.  Passed  Feb.  28,  1832 — No.  47.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Harper,  widow  of  Samuel  Harper,  a  soldier  of  the  rev. 
war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  services 
rendered  by  her  said  husband. 

Harper,  W"".  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 2 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  unto  W"".  Harper,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Harper,  W"'.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1846 — No.  21.  Treas.  of  State  pay 
Bethula  Harper,  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  the  late  W".  Harper,  who 
was  a  private  in  the  Rev.,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in 
consideration  of  the  services  of  her  husband. 

t  Harris,  Saml.,  matross.  Rev.  army,  of  Montgomery  county.  Pen- 
sioned at  $40.00  per  an.  from  Oct.  26,  1810  (reed.  $219.99)— at  $64.00  from 
Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $631.27).  Died  Sept.  19,  1826.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls, 
1835,  p.  16). 

Harris,  Solomon.     Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  42. 


352  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Solomon  Harris,  of  Dorchester  county, 
quarterly,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private, — in  further  remuneration  &c. 
Harrison,  Kinsey.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Kinsey  Harrison,  of  Anne- Arundel  county,  late  a  private  in 
the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  his  services. 

*  Harrison,  Kinsey,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 
Harrison,  Robert  H.     Passed  Mch.  11,  1840 — No.  28.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  pay  to  Sarah  Easton  and  Dorothy  Storer,  the  legal  representatives  of 
Robert  H.  Harrison,  or  their  order,  a  sum  equal  to  three  years  half  pay  as 
Aid-de-Camp  to  the  Commander-in-Chief,  as  a  compensation  for  the 
services  of  the  said  Robert  H.  Harrison,  in  the  war  of  the  revolution,  and 
that  sum  shall  be  in  full  of  all  claims  the  representatives  of  said  Robert  H. 
Harrison  has  against  the  said  State  for  bounty  lands. 

*  Hart,  Nicholas,  private,  R.  L  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 
Hartshorn,    John,    Lieut.     Passed    Feb.     13,     1836 — No.     17.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Nancy  Williams,  widow  of  John  Hartshorn,  who 
was  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.,  during  widowhood,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  for  the 
services  of  her  late  husband. 

Harvy,  Zadok.  Passed  Jan.  6,  1812 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Zadok  Harvy,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  the  half  pay 
of  a  private  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a  remuneration  for  his 
meritorious  services. 

*  Harvey,  Zadock,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 
Hawkins,  Thomas — see  Nov.  session  1804 — No.  i,  of  Frederick  co. 
Hawman,  Elizabeth.     Passed  Mch.   i,   1850 — No.  48.     Treas.   pay  to 

Philip  &  Frederick  Hawman,  legal  heirs  and  representatives  of  Elizabeth 
Hawman,  deceased,  or  order,  $10.00,  bal.  of  pension  due  her  at  her  death. 
Hays,  John.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1836 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Hays,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  life,  in 
consideration  of  his  rev.  services. 

*  Hayes,  John  Hawkins,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hays,  John  H.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1828 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  H.  Hays,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Jan.  18,  1839 — No.  6.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Joseph  F. 
Shaw,  for  use  of  Teresa  Hays,  widow  of  John  H.  Hays,  a  soldier  of  the  rev., 
bal.  of  pension  due  at  his  death,  Sept.  29,  1838. 

Passed  Mch.  8,  1850 — No.  75.  Treas.  of  State  pay  to  Theresa  Hays  of 
Saint  Mary's  county,  widow  of  John  H.  Hays,  a  private  in  the  war  of  the 
Amer.  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  the  remainder  of  her  life,  commencing 
Jan.  I,  1850. 


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Hayward,  Thomas,  Esq.  Com'd.  Col.  of  Princess  Anne  Battalion  in 
Somerset  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Aug.  30,  1777.  Th.  Johnson.  To 
Thomas  Simm  Lee.     (X,  No.  95).     Resigned  Jan.  19,  1781. 

Haywood,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1832 — No.  78.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thos.  Haywood,  of  Saint  Mary's  county,  a  soldier  of  the  rev. 
war,  during  life,  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the 
said  war. 

Hazelip,  Richard.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  33.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to 
Richd.  Hazelip,  of  Washington  county,  half  pay  of  a  private — his  services 
during  rev.  war. 

Head,  John — Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  58.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  John  Head,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his  services 
in  the  rev.  war. 

*  Head,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Heaton,  James.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1827 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Heaton,  of  Berks  county.  Pa.  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  her  husband,  James  Heaton's  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

*  Helmer,  John  W'^.,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 
Hempston,  W"'.     Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  66.     Treas.  Western  Shore 

pay  to  W".  Hempston,  of  Montgomery  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private  soldier. 

Hempston,  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1834 — No.  51.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Nathan  T.  Hempston,  of  Montgomery  county,  whatever  sum  of 
money  may  appear  due  his  father,  W"".  Hempston,  deceased,  upon  the 
pension  list  [rev.  war,  according  to  Index],  at  time  of  his  death. 

\  Herron,  James,  private  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county;  pensioned 
from  Aug.  8,  18 14  at  $96.00  per  annum  (received  $343.00) — died  Sept.  4, 
1818.     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  7). 

*  Hewett,  Robert,  private.  Conn.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hewitt,  Joseph.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  55.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Joseph  Hewitt,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly  during  life, 
[Rev.  services]. 

Hill,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  39.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  annually  to  John  Hill,  during  life,  in  quarterly  payts.,  a 
sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private.  [Indexed  and  carried 
under.  Rev.  pensioners — G.  M.  B.] 

*  Hill,  John,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hill,  John.     Passed  Mch.  5,  1828 — No.  25.     Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  George  Hill,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  lawful  heir  &  representative  of 
John  Hill,  a  rev.  soldier  (who  died  Feb.  5,  last)  whatever  sum  was  due  him 
at  decease,  from  Md.,  on  account  of  his  rev.  services. 
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354  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Hill,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  lo,  1832 — No.  31.  Reg.  of  land  office  issue 
to  Lydia  Brown  and  Ann  Hill,  of  Saint  Mary's  county,  legal  representatives 
of  Richard  Hill,  a  soldier  of  rev.  war,  a  common  warrant  for  50  acres 
vacant  land  in  Allegany  county  and  a  patent  upon  survey,  without 
compensation  money. 

Hillman,  W"".  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 2 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W"".  Hillman — half  pay  of  a  soldier,  as  a  remuneration  to  the 
said  W".  Hillman  for  services  rendered  his  country  in  the  rev.  war,  &  as  a 
relief  from  the  indigence  and  misery  which  attend  his  old  age. 

*  Hilman,  W'".,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hillman,  W"".  Passed  Mch.  i,  1833 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sally  Hillman,  of  Somerset  county,  widow  of  W"".  Hillman,  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Hilman,  W'".  Passed  Feb.  5,  1846 — No.  13.  Treas.  pay  to  Constant 
D.  Stanford  for  use  of  Nancy  Stanford,  Elizabeth  Smith  &  Biddy  Hilman, 
children  &  heirs  at  law  of  Sally  Hilman,  deceased,  at  time  of  her  death,  on 
account  of  a  pension  of  $40.00  per  annum  granted  to  her,  as  the  widow  of 
W".  Hilman,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  in  the  Md.  Line. 

\  Hinnis,  Samuel,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned  Act  of  June  7,  1785 
at  $20.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789;  reed.  $450.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  21). 

\  Hirley,  W'".,  private.  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  June  7,  1785,  at 
$40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789;  reed.  $660.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835, 
p.  21). 

Hofley,  Stephen.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1839 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  B.  Boyle,  as  per  order  of  Mary  Magdalene  Hofley,  widow  of 
Stephen  Hofley,  a  rev.  pensioner,  $31.22  for  9  months  &  11  days  pension, 
due  said  Stephen  Hofley  at  time  of  his  death. 

Passed  Feb.  15,  1839 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Mary 
Magdalene  Hofley,  widow  of  Stephen  Hofley,  a  rev.  soldier,  or  her  order, 
half  pay  of  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  during  her  life,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

Hollatid,  Edward.  Passed  Jan.  22,  1836 — No.  25.  Treas,  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Holland,  quarterly  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  drummer, 
for  the  services  of  her  husband,  Edward  Holland,  during  the  rev.  war. 

Holland,  Jacob.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  81.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
directed  to  pay  to  Jacob  Holland,  late  a  revolutionary,  now  a  com- 
missioned officer,  or  to  his  order,  annually,  in  quarterly  payments  during 
life,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  corporal  of  dragoons. 

Holland,  James.  Passed  Feb.  19,  18 19 — No.  69.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  James  Holland,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Holland,  John.     Passed  Mch.  13,  1837 — No.  38.     Treas.  Western  Shore 


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pay  to  John  Holland,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Holland,  John  T.,  private,  Pulaski's  Legion  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 
Holland,    Joseph.     Passed    Feb.    19,    1819 — No.    69.     Treas.    Western 

Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Holland,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly,  during  life,  a 
sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Hollafid,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

t  Holland,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  76,  from  Frederick  county*". 
Pensioned  Oct.  8,  1818,  at  $96.00  from  Apr.  I,  1818.  (Reed.  $1,529.06. 
U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Hollydyoak,  John.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1827 — No.  43.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Hollydyoak,  of  Annapolis,  during  Hfe,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  her  husband,  John  Hollydyoak's  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Hood,  Edward.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  58,  p.  180.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Edward  Hood,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Hood,  Edward,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hood,  James.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  6,  1818) — No.  33. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James  Hood,  of  Anne- Arundel  county, 
quarterly,  during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  asst.  commissary,  for  his  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Hood,  James,  Lieut.  Passed  Mch.  28,  1832 — No.  90.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Kitty  Hood,  widow  of  James  Hood,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  for  the  services  rendered 
by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Passed  Feb.  5,  1847 — No.  10.  Treas  pay  to  Isaiah  Hood,  bal.  of  any 
pension  due  on  books  of  the  treasury  to  Kitty  Hood,  at  time  of  her  death. 

Hook,  Joseph.  Passed  Dec.  session  181 5 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Hook,  late  a  corporal  in  the  rev.  war, — a  sum  of 
money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  corporal. 

*  Hook,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

t  Hook,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  76,  from  Frederick  county*". 
Pensioned  Sept.  22,  1818  at  $96.00  per  an.,  from  Apr.  15,  1818.  Dropped 
from  roll,  Act  May  I,  1820.  (Reed.  $181.33.  U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p. 
36). 

Hooper,  Abraham.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Abraham  Hooper,  of  Harford  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private  soldier,  as  a  remuneration  for  those 
services  rendered  his  country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

*  Hooper,  Abraham,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hoops,  Adam,  Capt.     Passed  Feb.  13,  1833 — No.  35.     Treas.  Western 


356  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Shore  pay  to  Adam  Hoops,  of  Waterleit,  Albany  county,  N.  Y.,  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  captain,  for  services  rendered  by  him  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Hopkins,  Capt.  David.  Passed  Nov.  session  1805 — No.  8.  David 
Hopkins,  a  captain  of  horse  during  the  late  rev.  war,  whose  merits  as  an 
officer  stand  honourably  established  by  letters  from  the  late  General 
Washington  and  his  aids,  and  by  letters  from  Generals  Heath  and  Maylan, 
and  whose  infirmities,  occasioned  by  military  fatigues  and  hardships, 
render  him  unable  to  earn  a  scanty  subsistence  for  a  wife  and  five  children, 
— is  entitled  to  receive  half  pay  as  a  capt.  of  horse  in  the  Md.  Line,  during 
life.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  said  David 
Hopkins,  or  order,  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Hopkins,  David,  major,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  544). 

Horner,  Dr.  Gustavus.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Frances  Horner,  widow  of  Dr.  Gustavus  Horner,  during  her 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Surgeon's  mate,  for  the  services  rendered 
by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Homey,  W'".  Passed  Nov.  session  1810 — No.  11.  Treas.  pay  annually 
to  W"".  Homey,  of  Talbot  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  a  sum  of  money, 
quarterly  payts.,  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  soldier  during  the  war  aforesaid,  as 
a  further  remuneration  to  said  W"".  Horney  for  the  services  rendered  his 
country,  and  as  a  relief  from  the  indigence  and  misery  which  attend  his 
decrepitude  and  old  age. 

*  Hoshal,  Jesse,  private,  R.  L  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hoskins,  Randall.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1829 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Randall  Hoskins,  alias  Randolph  Hoskins,  of  Washington 
county,  state  of  Kentucky,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  House,  Michael,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

House,  Michael.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  56,  p.  180.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  directed  to  pay  Michael  House  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his 
rev.  war  services. 

Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  75.  Treas.  Western  Shore  directed  to  pay 
Christiana  House,  of  Washington  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  for  her  husband,  Michael  House's  services  during  rev. 
war. 

Houston,  Isaac,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Company  of  Militia  in 
Wicomoco  Batt'n.  of  Worcester  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Aug.  13,  1777. 
Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  100).     Resigned  May  8,  1778. 

Howard,  Benj.  Passed  Feb.  17,  1832 — No.  37.  Reg.  land  office  issue 
to  heirs  of  Benj.  Howard,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  warrant  and  later 
patent  for  50  acres  vacant  land  in  Allegany  county. 


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Howard,  Col.  John  Eager.  Passed  Mch.  15,  1828 — No.  83.  Preamble 
recites  death  "the  past  year"  Colonel  John  Eager  Howard,  a  native  of  Md., 
"one  of  the  most  distinguished  officers  of  the  war  of  the  revolution," 
formerly  chief  magistrate  of  this  state,  afterwards  our  senator  in  Congress, 
&c. — whose  courage  and  conduct  raised  the  Md.  Line  to  that  high  character 
which  our  troops  acquired  and  maintained  during  the  struggle  for  our 
national  independence. 

Portrait  provided  for  House  of  Delegates. 

]  Howard,  John,  private.  Rev.  armys  Pensioned  Act  June  7,  1785, 
from  J\Ich.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.;  reed.  $20.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  21). 

Howard,  John.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1839 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Howard,  of  Mason  county,  Ky.  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  in  the 
Md.  Line,  or  order,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the  rev. 

t  Huggins,  Samuel,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Cecil  county.  Pensioned 
Dec.  4,  1815,  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at  $40.00  per  an.  dating  from  Mch. 
4,  1789  (reed.  $1,085.64).  Pensioned  at  $64.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816 
(reed.  $119.27),  and  Died  Aug.  24,  1818.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  11). 

*  Hurdle,  Laurence,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

*  Hurdle,  Robert,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

*  Hurst,  Saynuel,  private,  Md.  Line — not  in  reduced  circumstances; 
stricken  from  the  roll,  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Hutson,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Hutson,  of  Caroline  county,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev. 
war,  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  an  additional 
compensation  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

Hudson,  John.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1828 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Hudson,  of  Caroline  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband  John  Hudson's 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Hurdle,  Lawrence.  Passed  Dec.  session  181 6 — No.  22.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Lawrence  Hurdle,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a 
further  remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

Hurst,  Samuel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 7 — No.  15.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Hurst,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly, 
a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration 
to  him  for  those  serv'ices  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

Hymon,  John,  Sr.  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  the  Company  in 
Caroline  Co.  belonging  to  the  28"'  Batt'n.  in  this  Province.     Given  in 


358  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3,  1776.  Pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres. 
(X,  No.  102). 

Imeson,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session  1803 — No.  6.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Imeson,  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  I5£  in  current  money, 
annually,  during  remainder  of  his  life,  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Imeson,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Ireland,  George.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1828 — No.  53.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  Mary  Ireland,  of  Calvert  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
lieut.,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband  George  Ireland's  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Ireland,  George.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1829 — No.  55.  Reg.  of  land  office  is 
directed  to  issue  to  legal  representatives  of  George  Ireland,  a  rev.  officer  of 
the  Md.  Line,  a  common  warrant  for  200  acres  vacant  land  westward  of 
Fort  Cumberland,  in  Allegany  county,  and  a  patent  for  said  acres  of  land 
without  payt.  of  any  composition  money.  Res.  No.  41,  Feb.  13,  1832 
repeals  requirement  for  location  westward  of  Fort  Cumberland. 

Ireland,  Geo.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1839 — No.  31.  Whereas,  by  act  of  1788, 
Chap.  44,  George  Ireland,  an  officer  in  the  rev.  war,  or  his  legal  repre- 
sentatives, are  entitled  to  200  acres  of  land  in  Allegany  county;  and, 
whereas,  a  warrant  for  said  land  was  issued,  under  a  resolution  of  the 
General  Assembly,  and  the  surs'eyor  of  Allegany  county  returned  that 
there  was  no  vacant  land; — Therefore  Resolved  by  the  Gen.  Assembly  of 
Md.,  That  the  Treas.  of  Western  Shore  &c. — pay  to  legal  representatives 
of  George  Ireland,  or  their  order,  $250.00. 

Irving,  Thos.     Ensign  in  17""  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

t  Isaacs,  James,  private.  Rev.  army^.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789  at  $40.00  per  an.;  reed.  $600.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  21). 

Issabell,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1822 — No.  36,  p.  178.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Issabell,  of  Annapolis,  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant,  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Jackson,  Ann.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  57,  p.  180.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Jackson,  of  Annapolis,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  her 
husband's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Jacobs,  John  J.  Passed  Nov.  session  181 1 — No.  36 — see  Halkerstone, 
Robert. 

Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
John  J.  Jacobs,  an  officer  of  the  Md.  Line  in  the  rev.  war,  such  a  sum  of 
money  in  addition  to  what  he  now  receives  under  a  resolution  passed  Nov. 
session  181 1,  as  will  make  his  pension  amount  to  a  sum  equal  to  the  half 
pay  of  a  first  lieut.,  during  life,  quarterly  payts. 

Jacob,    John   J.     Passed    Feb.    17,    1830 — No.    27.     Reg.    land   office 


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required  to  issue  warrant  in  name  of  John  J.  Jacob  (late  an  officer  in  the 
rev.  war)  for  200  acres  of  vacant  land  in  Allegany  county,  westward  of 
Fort  Cumberland. 

Jacob,  John  I.  Passed  Jan.  24,  1832 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  I.  Jacob  "a  revolutionary  soldier,"  $22.12,  being  amt.  of 
composition  money  paid  by  him  into  the  treasury  upon  certain  lands  in 
Allegany  county,  which  were  represented  to  be  liable  to  escheat,  but  were 
afterwards  found  to  have  been  escheated  and  patented  to  Edward 
Norwood. 

Jacob,  John  I.  Passed  Feb.  17,  1832 — No.  40.  Repeal  of  portion 
requiring  that  land  to  "John  J.  Jacob,"  a  rev.  soldier,  passed  at  Dec. 
session  1830,  number  27  [evidently  7],  "be  located  to  westward  of  Fort 
Cumberland." 

Jacobs,  W"".  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  21.  Treas.  directed  to  pay  to 
W".  Jacobs,  of  Hampshire  county,  Va.  during  life,  half  yearly,  a  sum  of 
money  equal  to  the  full  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Jacobs,  William.  [Warofi8i2].  (No.  10,  p.  175)  passed  Jan.  8,  1822, 
"pass  the  account  of  William  Jacobs,  of  Queen  Ann's  county,  for  the  use  of 
his  granary  as  a  place  of  deposit  for  public  arms,  &c. 

Jaquet,  John  D.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  D.  Jaquet,  a  sergeant  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the 
half  pay  of  a  sergeant  for  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services 
by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Jeffries,  Jacob.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Jacob  Jeffries,  of  Queen- Anne's  county,  late  a  private  in  the 
rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further 
remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been 
essentially  benefitted. 

Jenkins,  Philip.  Passed  Feb.  13,  1837 — No.  20.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Jenkins,  widow  of  Philip  Jenkins,  half  pay  of  a  private 
during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev. 

Jenkins,  Thomas.  Passed  Jan.  19,  1830 — No.  6.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Jenkins,  of  Dist.  of  Columbia,  a  rev.  soldier,  during 
life,  half  yearly  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  John,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  84,  from  Frederick  county. 
Pensioned''  Aug.  8,  1821,  at  $96.00  from  July  16,  1821.  (Reed.  $108.80. 
U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Johnson,  Archibald.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  46. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Archibald  Johnson,  of  Charles  county,  a 


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sergeant  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration 
for  his  services  in  the  rev.  war. 

*  Johnson,  Archibald,  sergeant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

t  Johnson,  Benedict,  private,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.;  reed.  $680.00.  (U.  S.  Pens. 
Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Johnson,  Nicholas.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1835 — No.  48.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Rebecca  Johnson,  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  widow  of  Nicholas 
Johnson,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  during  her 
life. 

*  Johnston,  Nicholas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 
Johnson,  W'".     Formerly  commanded  a  Co.  of  Militia  in  Lower  Battn., 

Montgomery  County,  Aug.  4,  1780 — see  Willcoxen,  Jesse. 

Johnston,  W".  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  22.  Treas.  to  pay  to  W™. 
Johnston,  of  Harford  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Jonas,  John,  private  in  Rev.  army,  residing  in  Alleghany  county, 
placed  on  pension  roll  Feb.  24,  1821  at  $60.00  per  year  (received  $1,230.00) 
commencing  Sept.  4,  1794,  under  Act.  of  June  7,  1785. 

Jones,  Aaron.  Passed  Dec.  session  181 5 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  unto  Aaron  Jones,  of  Dorchester  county,  late  a  private  in  the 
rev.  war — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those 
services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Jones,  Aaron,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

*  Jones,  Alexander,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Jones,  Cotter.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  58.  Treas.  pay  to  Cotter 
Jones,  of  Somerset  county,  during  life,  half  annually,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Jones,  Joseph.  Ensign  of  a  Militia  Co.  in  Prince  George's  Co.,  25th 
Battn.  Jan.  3,  1776 — see  Wootters,  Richd. 

Jones,  Nancy.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Nancy  Jones,  of  Worcester  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay 
of  a  Private,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Jones,  Neale.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  58.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Neale  Jones,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Jones,  Samuel,  Capt.  Passed  Mch.  1828 — No.  43.  Reg.  land  office 
issue  to  Lillias  M.  Jones,  of  Charles  county,  dau.  of  Capt.  Samuel  Jones, 
officer  of  Md.  Line  during  rev.  war,  a  common  warrant  for  200  acres 
vacant  land  to  westward  of  Fort  Cumberland,  in  Allegany  county,  and 
patent  without  payt.  of  composition  money  therefor. 


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Jones,  Thomas,     ist.  Lieut,  in  17*''  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

*  Jones,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  545). 

Jones,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1834 — No.  63.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thomas  Jones,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  private,  for  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

Jones,  W'^.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  22.  Treas.  pay  to  W™.  Jones, 
formerly  of  Prince  George's  county,  now  residing  in  the  state  of  Va., 
quarterly,  for  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Jones,  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1833 — No.  51.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  W"".  Jones,  of  Caroline  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  by  said  Jones,  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Jordan,  Capt.  John.  Passed  Jan.  27,  1836 — No.  26.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Sarah  Easton,  who  was  the  widow  of  Capt.  John  Jordan, 
quarterly,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  Captain,  for  the  services  rendered  by 
her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Jordan,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 
Kahoe,  see  Cahoe. 

t  Kean,  Edward,  soldier,  Rev.  army,  of  Harford  county.  Pensioned 
Dec.  18,  1 819  at  $60.00  per  an.  from  Jan.  i,  1803  (reed.  $799.08) — at 
$96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $1,570.86).  Died  Dec.  10,  1832. 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  15). 

t  Kearnes,  Robert,  sergeant,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $60.00  per  an.;  reed.  $30.00.  (U.  S.  Pens. 
Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

]  Kelley,  Hugh,  private,  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  June  7,  1785,  at 
$40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789;  reed.  $60.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835, 
p.  21). 

Kelly,  Capt.  W"".  Passed  Feb.  15,  1839 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Martha  Kelly,  of  Carroll  county,  widow  of  Capt.  W"".  Kelly,  a 
rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  capt.  of  the  Rev.,  during  her  life,  commencing 
Jam  I,  1839. 

Kennedy,  Commodore  Edmond  P.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1835.  Gov. 
directed  to  procure  and  present  a  sword  to  Commodore  Edmond  P. 
Kennedy,  U.  S.  Navy,  in  appreciation  of  his  distinguished  and  gallant 
services  in  the  action  with  the  Tripolitan  gun  boats  off  Tripoli,  in  Aug. 
1804. 

Kent,  Isaac.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  28.  Treas.  pay  Isaac  Kent,  of 
state  of  Ohio,  an  old  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  and  of  the  Md.  Line,  annually 
for  life,  quarterly  payts,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  rev.  war  services. 

t  Keough,  W"'.,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  Mch.  3,  1809, 
at  $60.00  per  an.;  reed.  $187.00.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 


362  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Kershner,  Michael.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  40.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Michael  Kershner,  of  Allegany  county,  a  private  in 
the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration 
to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

*  Kerchner,  Michael,  private,  German  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Kershner,  Mary  Ann.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  35.  Treas.  pay  to 
Mary  Ann  Kershner,  of  Allegany  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  for  her  late  husband's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  63.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Jacob 
Lantz,  for  the  use  of  Mrs.  Mary  C.  Shryer,  of  Allegany  county,  next  and 
near  friend  of  Mrs.  Mary  A.  Kershner,  deceased,  late  a  pensioner  of  the 
state,  $14.55,  balance  due  up  to  her  decease. 

Keys,  W"".     Captain  of  a  Co.  of  Militia,  1777 — see  Schoolfield,  Benj. 

Kilty,  John.  Captain — Jan.  4,  1822.  (No.  8,  p.  174).  Treas.  Western 
Shore  directed  to  pay  Catharine  Kilty  half  pay  of  her  late  husband  "  for 
those  meritorious  services  rendered  by  her  late  husband,  John  Kilty, 
during  the  rev.  war." 

Kimson,  John  M.     "ist.  Lieut.  Pa."  Apr.  1778 — see  Steel,  James. 

Kindle,  W"'.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W^".  Kindle,  of  Washington  county,  a  private  in  the  rev.  war, 
quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for 
those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

King,  George.  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  67.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  George  King,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  half  pay  of  a  private 
during  life. 

King,  Henry.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  13,  1818) — No.  50. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Henry  King,  in  quarterly  payts.,  a  sum  of 
money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  commissary  [Rev.  services]. 

King,  Levin.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  74.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Margaret  King,  widow  of  Levin  King,  late  of  Somerset  county,  during 
widowhood,  half  pay  of  an  ensign  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Apr.  5,  1841 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  legal 
representatives  of  Mrs.  Margaret  King,  late  of  Somerset  county,  deceased, 
who  was  a  rev.  pensioner  of  Md.,  amt.  of  pension  due  her  at  her  death, 
Sept.  12,  1839. 

King,  Levin.  Passed  Mch.  i,  1842.  Resolution  No.  7,  Apr.  5,  1841 
repealed.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  administrators  of  said  Margaret 
King,  deceased,  amt.  of  pension  due  the  said  deceased  at  time  of  her  death. 

King,  Thos.  Passed  June  session,  1809 — No.  3.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thos.  King,  immediately  $50.00,  and  a  sum  equal  to  the  half  pay  of 


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a  sergeant  during  his  life,  quarterly,  payments  to  commence  this  day. 
"Thomas  King,  belonging  to  the  artillery  company  of  the  city  of  Annapolis, 
and  who  has  been  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  and  who  was  wounded  therein, 
in  discharging  his  duty  on  this  loth  day  of  June,  has  been  so  unfortunate  as 
to  lose  his  right  hand,  by  the  firing  of  a  cannon,  which  entitles  him  to  the 
pecuHar  care  of  this  state" — "ha\ang  a  family  dependent  on  him  for 
support." 

King,  Thos.  Passed  Nov.  session  181 1 — No.  2.  Half  pay  of  a  sergeant 
granted  by  legislature  to  Thos.  King,  in  June  session  1809,  for  support  of 
his  family,  be  henceforth  paid  by  the  treasurer,  in  quarterly  payments,  to 
his  wife  Mary  King. 

*  King,  Thos.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

t  Kirkpatrick,  John,  private,  Rev.  army*.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  at  $48.00  per  an.;  reed.  $408.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p. 
21). 

*  Kishy,  Richard,  private.  Flying  Camp — not  continental ;  stricken  from 
roll.     (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Kline,  John.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1834 — No.  65.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  M.  Kline  (widow  of  John  Kline)  of  Frederick  county,  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  service  rendered  by  her 
husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Knight,  Jacob.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  38.  Treas.  pay  to  Jacob 
Knight,  of  Ohio,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life  half 
pay  of  a  private  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

Koine,  Dominic.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1803 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Dominic  Koine,  of  Harford  county,  an  old  infirm  soldier,  or 
to  his  order,  $40.00  annually,  during  his  life,  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Kraft,  W'^.,  private,  German  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Lafayette,  General.  Invited  by  Res.  No.  2,  Dec.  13,  1824,  p.  156. — "are 
deeply  impressed  with  a  grateful  remembrance  of  his  voluntary  and 
valuable  services,  during  the  rev.  war" — visit  seat  of  govt. 

Lambert,  Christopher.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1838 — No.  47.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Christopher  Lambert,  of  Baltimore  city,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private  during  his  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

*  Lambert,  Christopher,  2d.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

t  Lambert,  Christopher,  private  in  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county. 
Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  annum  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  under  Act  of  June  7, 
1785  (received  $1,085.53). 

Pensioned  at  $64.00  per  annum  from  Apr.  24,  1816,  under  Act  of  same 
date  (reed.  $119.11).     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  8). 


364  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Langford,  Elijah.  Passed  Nov.  session  181 2  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  47. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Elijah  Langford,  of  Somerset  county,  a  rev. 
soldier,  quarterly,  during  rem.  of  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  remuner- 
ation for  his  meritorious  services. 

*  Laiikford,  Elijah,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Lansdale,  Maj.  Thos.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1850 — No.  73.  Treas.  of  Md. 
pay  to  Cornelia  Lansdale,  widow  of  Thos.  Lansdale,  a  Maj.  in  the  4"'  Md. 
Reg.,  in  the  war  of  the  Rev.,  half  pay  of  a  Major,  for  bal.  of  her  life, 
commencing  Jan.  i,  1850. 

Lashley,  George.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  64.  Treas.  pay  to 
George  Lashley,  of  Cecil  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Lashly,  Geo.  Passed  May  27,  1836 — No.  107.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Granville  S.  Townsend  $20.44,  for  benefit  of  Mary  Sproul  and 
Nancy  Lashly,  heirs  and  legal  representatives  of  Geo.  Lashly,  a  rev. 
pensioner,  deceased,  which  bal.  was  due  said  Lashly  at  his  death. 

Laiirentz,  Vandel.  Passed  Mch.  24,  1838 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Laurentz,  of  Baltimore  city,  widow  of  Vandel  Laurentz, 
a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  her  life,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  the  services  of  her  said  husband. 

*  Lavely,  Jacob,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

t  Laverty,  Jacob,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  74,  from  Frederick  county. 
Died  Nov.  11,  1830.  Pensioned*"  Jan.  4,  1819  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  June 
9,  1818.     (Rec'd.  $1,192.80.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Law,  W"'.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 6 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  Law,  late  a  priv^ate  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

*  Lawrentz,  Wendell,  private,  German  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 
Layman,    Lieut.    W'".     Passed    Dec.    session,    1816 — No.    34.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  W".  Layman,  during  life,  quarterly,  a  sum  of 
money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him 
for  military  services. 

*  Layman,  W"".,  ensign,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Layman,  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  i,  1842 — No.  26.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Francis  Valdenar,  executor  of  W".  Layman,  late  of  Montgomery 
county,  deceased,  who  was  a  rev.  pensioner  of  the  State  of  Md.,  amt.  of 
pension  due  him  at  death  Feb.  12,  1842. 

*  Lazier,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Leake,  Henry.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  32.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to 
James  Brown,  of  Montgomery  county,  the  sum  of  ten  dollars,  which 
appears  to  be  the  bal.  due  Henry  Leake,  late  of  Montgomery  county, 
deceased,  who  was  a  pensioner  of  this  state. 


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Leather,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  27.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Leather,  of  Frederick  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier, 
quarterly,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant  (or  to  his 
order  during  his  life)  as  a  further  compensation  for  those  services  he 
rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Lecke,  Nicholas,  sergeant  marines,  Frigate  Virginia  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 
Lee,   Dudley — Passed    Nov.    session,    181 1 — No.    24.     Treas.   Western 

Shore  pay  to  Dudley  Lee — half  payment  of  a  soldier,  as  a  remuneration 
for  services  rendered  his  country  in  the  rev.  war,  and  as  a  relief  from  the 
indigence  and  misery'  which  attend  his  old  age. 

Lee,  Dudley.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1838 — No.  44.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Margaret  Lee,  widow  of  Dudley  Lee,  half  pay  of  a  private  during 
her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  ser\'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

Lee,  Lieut.  Parker.  Passed  Mch.  5,  1850 — No.  62.  State  Treas.  pay  to 
Mary  Lee,  widow  of  Parker  Lee,  a  Lieut,  in  the  4""  Md.  Reg.,  in  the  war  of 
the  Amer.  Rev.,  the  half  pay  of  a  Lieut,  for  remainder  of  her  life,  said 
pension  commencing  Jan.  i,  1850. 

Leeke,  Henry.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Henry  Leeke,  of  Montgomery  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier, 
quarterly,  during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  compensation  to 
him  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Leeke,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

*  Lefevour,  or  Lefever,  W"".,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

*  Lenox,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Leonard,  James.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  18.  Treas  \\"estern 
Shore  pay  to  James  Leonard,  of  Cecil  county,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Leonard,  James.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  98,  p.  259.  Reg.  of  land  office 
issue  to  James  Leonard,  a  warrant  for  50  a.  of  land,  belonging  to  this  state, 
in  Allegany  county,  unpatented,  "as  a  donation  granted  by  this  state,  to 
the  rev.  soldiers  who  served  in  the  Md.  line,  during  the  rev.  war,  and  to 
which  he  is  considered  entitled." 

Lewis,  W'".  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  33.  Treas.  pay  W"".  Lewis,  of 
Washington  county,  an  old  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  for  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

*  Lewis,  W"".,  private,  Houseger's  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Lewis,  Capt.  W"'.  Feb.  25,  1826 — No.  48,  p.  245.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  directed  to  pay  to  William  Lewis,  of  Washington  county,  or  order, 
during  life,  in  quarterly  payments  in  lieu  of  his  present  pension,  the  half  pay 
of  a  captain,  in  consideration  of  his  valuable  military  services,  both  in  the 
revolutionary  war,  and  in  the  war  against  the  Indians. 


366  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Lewis,  Capt.  W'^.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1828 — No.  55.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Lewis,  of  Washington  county,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband,  Captain 
W™.  Lewis'  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Lingan,  Thamas.  Feb.  22,  1823 — No.  48.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Thamas  Lingan,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  as  further  compen- 
sation for  his  meritorious  serxices  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Lingan,  Thomas,  lieutenant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Lingan,  Jannett.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1830 — No.  43.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Jannett  Lingan,  of  Montgomery  county,  during  widowhood, 
quarterly,  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  captain,  further  remuner- 
ation for  her  late  husband's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Lipscomb,  James,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  at  $40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789;  reed.  $60.00;  died  1790. 
(U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

*  Litzinger,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Lloyd,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  26.  Treas.  pay  to  Thomas 
Lloyd  of  Philadelphia,  Pa.  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his 
services  during  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  9,  1846 — No.  54.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to  Mary  Lloyd,  of 
Pa.,  widow  of  Thos.  Lloyd,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the 
rev.,  quarterly  during  her  life,  &  that  the  Treas.  pay  to  said  Mary  Lloyd 
the  bal.  due  her  late  husband  for  arrearages  of  pension  granted  him  during 
his  life  time. 

*  Lohr,  Baltzer,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Lomax,  John.  Passed  Feb.  19,  18 19 — No.  74.  Treas.  to  pay  to  John 
Lomax,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Long,  John,  Jr.,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  ist.  Lieut,  of  Capt.  Gabriel 
Vanhorn's  Co.  in  the  Deer  Creek  Batt'n.  of  Militia  in  Harford  Co.  Given 
at  AnnapoHs,  Apr.  9,  1778.  Th.  Johnson.  (X,  No.  251).  Refused  by 
sd.  John  Long,  Apr.  14,  1778. 

John  Long  being  much  Disabled  by  an  accident  happening  while  in  the 
Service  of  the  Flying  Camp  is  therefore  under  the  necessity  of  refusing  this 
Commission.     G.  R.  \'anhorne,  Capt. 

Patrick  Cain  Recommended  to  this  Commission.     R.  Dallam,  Lieut. 

Long,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Long,  of  Harford  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered 
his  country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Long,  W".  Passed  Mch.  20,  1840 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  W™.  Long,  of  Missouri,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private,  from  Jan.  i,  1840. 


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Lorantz,  Ferdinand.  Passed  Apr.  i,  1839 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Lorantz,  of  Baltimore  city,  the  widow  of  Ferdinand 
Lorantz,  who  was  a  soldier  in  the  war  of  the  rev.,  or  to  her  order,  the  half 
pay  of  a  private  of  the  rev.  war,  during  her  life,  quarterly,  commencing 
Jan.  I,  1839. 

Lord,  Andrew.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  45.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Andrew  Lord,  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Lord,  Andrew,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Lord,  Andrew.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  47.  Grant  of  50  acres 
vacant  land,  west  of  Fort  Cumberland,  Allegany  county  to  heirs  of 
Andrew  Lord  of  Baltimore  city,  a  soldier  of  Md.  Line  during  rev.  war— 
or  if  no  heirs,  then  to  Amelia  Lord,  widow  of  Andrew  Lord — and  patent 
without  composition  money. 

*  Lord,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Lord,  Henry.  Passed  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  35.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay 
to  Henry  Lord  of  Dorchester  county,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  rev.  war 
services. 

Passed  Jan.  23,  1839 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  AmeHa 
Lord,  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  Henry  Lord,  a  Rev.  pensioner, 
$12.44,  for  3  mos.  &  22  days  pension  due  Henry  Lord  at  time  of  his  death. 

Lord,  Henry.  Passed  Feb.  27,  1839 — No.  22.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Amelia  Lord,  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  Henry  Lord,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.,  during  her  life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  of 
the  rev,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

Lowe,  Solomon.  Feb.  16,  1819 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Solomon  Lowe  $110.00,  in  full  compensation  for 
rations  furnished  certain  British  prisoners  taken  during  the  late  war,  by  a 
detachment  of  the  Dorchester  county  militia,  which  said  rations  were 
furnished  by  the  said  Solomon  Lowe,  by  the  order  of  brig.  gen.  Benson. 

t  Lowry,  John,  private.  Rev.  arniy\  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at 
$20.00  per  an.;  reed.  $381.98.  Under  Act  of  Mch.  3,  1809  at  $40.00  per 
an.  from  Apr.  19,  1808;   reed.  $215.09.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

^  Lowry,  John,  2d.,  private,  Rev.  army\  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7, 
1785,  at  $60.00  per  an.;   reed.  $1,460.00.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

Lucas,  Basil.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  63.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Basil  Lucas,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  annually,  a  sum  equal  to  the 
half  pay  of  a  sergeant. 

*  Lucas,  John,  sergeant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Lucas,  John.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  27.  Treas.  pay  to  John 
Lucas,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  an  old  revolutionary  soldier,  quarterly. 


368  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered 
his  country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  73.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  Rachel  Lucas, 
of  Anne  Arundel  county,  widow  of  John  Lucas,  a  soldier  of  rev.  war,  during 
life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  her  husband's  services  during  said 
war. 

Lynch,  Hugh.  Passed  Nov.  session  1812  (Jan.  i,  '13) — No.  26.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Hugh  Lynch,  late  a  private  in  the  Md.  Line  during 
the  rev.  war — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  rendered  during  the  American  war. 

*  Lynch,  Hugh,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

t  Lynch,  John,  private.  Rev.  army".  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at 
$44.00  per  an.;  reed.  $1,078.00;  died  in  1813.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p. 
21). 

*  Lynch,  Thos.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  546). 

Lynch,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Lynch,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  during  life,  half 
yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  8,  1833 — No.  50.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James  M. 
K.  Hammett,  admr.  of  Thomas  Lynch,  sum  due  said  Lynch,  on  pension 
roll  of  Md.,  Nov.  13,  1832,  date  of  his  death. 

Lynn,  David,  Capt.  Passed  Feb.  28,  1836 — No.  43.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Lynn,  widow  of  David  Lynn,  a  capt.  in  the  rev. 
army,  half  pay  of  a  capt.  during  her  widowhood. 

Lynn,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVI.  Gen. 
Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  for  disability  acquired  in  the  serv- 
ice, to  John  Lynn,  late  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line  in  the  Continental  army. 

Lynn,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  13,  1818) — No.  52. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Eleanor  Lynn,  widow  of  John  Lynn,  late  a 
Heut.  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut. 

Lynn,  Col.  John.  Jan.  19,  1825 — No.  6,  p.  156.  Treas  to  pay  whatever 
bal.  remains  due  the  late  Eleanor  Lynn,  (who  died  Apr.  23,  1824),  widow  of 
Col.  John  Lynn,  on  the  pension  Hst  of  this  state,  to  David  Richardson, 
who  intermarried  with  Elizabeth,  one  of  the  daughters  of  the  deceased  & 
Jane  Lynn,  another  of  her  daughters,  they  being  the  only  heirs  and 
representatives  of  the  deceased. 

^  Lynn,  John,  lieut..  Rev.  army.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785. 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $200.00  per  an.;  "dead"  (Amt.  reed,  not  stated — 
U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  21). 

M'Bride,  Hugh.  Capt.  of  Militia,  Dorchester  Co.,  3''  Battn.  July  1776 — 
see  M^Closter,  Saml.  and  Muir,  Chas. 


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Elected  ist.  Lieut,  of  Vienna  Co.  Dorchester  County  "and  since 
promoted,"  Jan.  3,  1776 — see  Shaw,  James. 

*  M^Callister,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 
M'Callum,  W"'.,  Gentleman.     Com'd.  2**  Lieut,  of  Capt.  Goldsborough's 

Co.  in  4"'  Battn.  of  Militia  of  Talbot  County.     Given  at  Annapolis  Apr.  9, 
1778.     Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  117). 

M'Cann,  Alichael.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 7 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Michael  M'^Cann,  of  Frederick  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a  remuneration  for 
his  meritorious  services. 

*  M'Cann,  Michael,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820;   p.  547). 

t  M'Cam,  Michael,  private  Md.  Line,  age  88,  from  Frederick  county. 
Died  May  4,  1827.  Pensioned''  Sept.  25,  1818  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr. 
II,  1818.     (Rec'd.  $870.40.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  M^Cauley,  John,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  M'Chan,  John,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

t  M'Chan,  John,  private,  Pa.  Line,  age  73,  from  Frederick  county. 
Died  1821.  Pensioned''  Oct.  8,  1818  at  $96.00  per  an.,  from  Apr.  3,  1818. 
(Reed.  $280.20.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

M^Closter,  Samuel,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  Hugh 
M^Bride's  Co.  of  MiHtia  in  Dorchester  County  belonging  to  the  3"^.  Battn. 
of  this  Province.  Given  by  Council  of  Safety  at  AnnapoHs  July  6,  1776. 
Danl.  of  St.  Thos.  Jenifer,  Chas.  Carroll,  Benj.  Rumsey,  Ja.  Tilghman. 
(X,  No.  118). 

Resigned  Aug.  30,  1776  as  Ensign  of  the  Vienna  Militia  Co. 

M'Connell,  Saml.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  57.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  M'Connell,  of  Cecil  county, — a  sum  of  money  equal 
to  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

*  M'Connell,  Saml,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 
M^Coy,  John — see  Halkerstone,  Robert. 

*  M^Cracken,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 
M'Crackin,  James.     Mch.   i,   1826 — No.  60,  p.  247.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  pay  to  James  ALCrackin,  of  Harford  county,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  12,  1844 — ^o-  ^^-  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Mary 
M'^Cracken,  of  Harford  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
in  consideration  of  sersaces  rendered  by  her  husband  James  M'^Cracken 
during  the  war  of  the  rev. 

t  M^Creary,  John,  private  in  Pa.  Line,  of  Baltimore  county.     Pensioned 
Aug.  26,  1830,  dating  from  Jan.  i,  1829,  at  $96.00  per  annum  (received 
$161.06).     Died  Nov.  23,  1830.     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  8). 
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*  M'Elroy,  James,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

t  M'Elroy,  James,  private  Pa.  Line,  age  60,  from  Frederick  county. 

Died .     Pensioned''  Apr.  27,  1819,  at  $96.00  per  an.,  from  May  21, 

1818.     (Reed.  $219.73.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

*  M^Entire,  David,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

M'Gee,  Chas.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Chas.  M"=Gee,  or  his  order,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  annually  in  quarterly  payts.,  as  an  additional  compensation  for 
his  services  [^revolutionary]. 

*  M'Gee,  Charles,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

M'Gee,  W"".  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  12.  Treas.  of  western 
shore  pay  to  W™.  M'^Gee,  or  order,  half  pay  of  a  private,  annually  in 
quarterly  payts,  as  an  additional  compensation  for  his  services. 

*  M'Gee,  W"".,  private,  Md.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  548). 

*  M'Kay,  John  (or  MCay),  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  M^Keel,  Thomas,  sergeant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 
M'Keown,    Samuel,    Gentleman.     Com'd.    2^    Lieut,    of   Capt.    Saml. 

Mofifitt's  Co.  in  the  Elk  Battalion  of  Militia  in  Cecil  Co.  Given  at 
Annapolis,  Apr.  21,  1778.     Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  121). 

M'Kinsey,  Moses.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Moses  M'^Kinsey,  of  Allegany  county, — a  sum  of  money, 
annually  during  life,  quarterly,  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  drummer  in  the  rev. 
war. 

*  M'Kinsey,  Moses,  drummer,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 
M'Kinsey,   Moses.     Passed   Mch.   9,    1827 — No.   44.     Treas.   pay   to 

Sarah  M<^Kinsey,  of  Allegany  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  her  husband,  Moses  M'^Kinsey's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  M'Kissick,  James,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  McLean,  Arthur,  sergeant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

M'^Lean,  Arthur.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1829 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Arthur  McLean,  of  Baltimore  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

*  M'Mahon,  Peter,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

*  M'Mechen,  Chas.,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 
M^Namara,  Darby.     Passed  Nov.  1798 — No.  3.     Treas.  Western  Shore 

pay  to  Darby  M"=Namara,  an  old  infirm  &  disabled  soldier,  annual  sum  of 
$57.00  during  life,  in  lieu  of  $399.00,  the  principal  and  interest  due  on 
three  state  certificates  issued  to  him  for  depreciation  of  his  pay,  which 
certificates  were  lost — quarterly,  beginning  Dec.  10,  1798. 

M^Namara,  Darby.  Passed  Nov.  session  1799 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Darby  M=Namara,  a  poor  and  disabled  soldier  of  the  1st.  Md. 


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regt.,  25£-6s-iid.  with  interest  from  Aug.  I,  1780,  for  a  depreciation 
certificate  issued  to  him  for  that  amt.  &  lost. 

M'Namara,  Darby.  Passed  Nov.  session  1802 — No.  7.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  annually  to  Darby  M''Namara  the  sum  of  fifteen  pounds  current 
money,  in  quarterly  payts.,  in  consideration  of  his  many  services  as  a 
soldier  in  the  late  revolutionary  war,  by  which  he  has  been  rendered 
entirely  unable  to  obtain  a  subsistence. 

t  M'Neal,  James,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county.  Pensioned 
Dec.  4,  i8i5at  $60.00  per  annum  dating  from  Sept.  13,  1814,  act  of  Mch.  3, 
1815  (rec'd.  $121.84).  Pensioned  at  $96.00  per  annum  from  Sept.  24,  1816 
(rec'd  $1,434.93),  and  died  Dec.  22,  1831.     (U.  S.  Pension  Roll,  1835,  p.  8). 

*  M^Nesh,  Benj.,  private.  Flying  Camp — not  continental;  stricken  from 
roll  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

M^Pherson,  Lieut.  Mark.  Passed  Dec.  session  1815 — No.  10.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Mark  M"Pherson,  or  order,  annually  in  quarterly 
payts.,  during  his  life,  half  pay  of  a  lieut. 

M'Quinny,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  76.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  M'^Quinny,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly,  during  life, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  M'Quinny,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Mcpherson,  Mark.  Passed  Feb.  10,  1848 — No.  23.  Treas.  pay  to  Chris- 
tian Keener,  atty.  for  Walter  M^Pherson,  executor  of  Mark  M'Pherson, 
$80.00,  amt.  due  said  M'Pherson,  a  rev.  pensioner  at  the  time  of  his  death. 

*  Mackeon,  John,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Macky,  James,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Company  in  Elk  Batt'n.  of 
Militia  in  Cecil  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Apr.  21,  1778.  Th.  Johnson. 
(X,  No.  123). 

Magee,  W"'.  Passed  Feb.  15,  1830 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
unto  Sarah  Magee,  of  Saint  Mary's  county,  amt.  of  money  due  W™. 
Magee,  her  deceased  husband,  a  pensioner  of  this  State.  (Indexed  under 
"Revolutionary  pensions"). 

Magruder,  Henderson.  Capt.  of  a  Militia  Co.  in  Prince  George's 
County,  25""  Battn.  Jan.  3,  1776 — see  Wootters,  Richard. 

Magruder,  Hezekiah,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  ist.  Lieut,  of  Capt.  W". 
Bayly's  Co.  of  Militia  in  the  29th.  Battn.  in  Montgomery  County. 
Given  at  Annapolis,  Aug.  29,  1777.     Th.  Johnson  (X,  No.  125). 

Resigned  May  7,  1782. 

Magruder,  Lieut.  Nathaniel  B.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815  (Jan.  23, 
1816) — No.  20.  Treas.  Western  Shore,  pay  to  Nathaniel  B.  Magruder, 
late  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  or  order,  a  sum  of  money  annually  in  quarterly 
payts.,  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  rendered  his  country  in  her  struggle  for  liberty  &  independence. 


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*  Magruder,  Nathaniel  B.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

t  Magruder,  Nathaniel  B.,  private,  Md.  Line  age  62.  Pensioned  Mch.  9, 
1819,  from  Apr.  4,  1818  at  $96.00  per  an.  Reed.  $349.86  and  died  Nov.  25, 
1 82 1.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  26). 

Magruder,  Samuel  Briscoe.  Capt.  of  a  Co.  of  Militia  in  Lower  Battalion, 
Montgomery  Co.,  after  Aug.  4,  1780 — see  Willcoxen,  Jesse. 

Mahoney,  Clement.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815  (Jan.  23,  1816) — No.  5. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Clement  Mahoney,  an  old  rev.  soldier, — 
during  his  Hfe,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Mahooney,  Edward.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  60  (Jan.  4,  1812). 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Edward  Mahooney,  late  a  private  in  the 
rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  private,  &c. 

*  Mahony,  Edward,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Mants,  Maj.  Peter.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1846 — No.  23.  Treas.  of  State  pay 
to  Catharine  Mantz,  widow  of  Peter  Mantz,  a  Maj.  of  the  Rev.,  during  her 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Major,  in  consideration  of  the  services  of  her 
husband. 

Manyard,  Nathan,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Company  of  Militia  in 
Frederick  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Oct.  13,  1777.  Th.  Johnson, 
(X,  No.  126).     (See  also  Mobberly,  Lewis). 

Recommended  as  Officers  of  the  within  Company:  George  Burkett,  Jr. 
Capt.,  Christopher  Burkett,  ist.  Lieut.,  John  Woolf,  Ensign. 

Markland,  Lieut.  Edward.  Passed  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  3,  (p.  172). 
Treas.  to  pay  to  Edward  Markland,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  of  the 
naval  service,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Jan.  30  1839 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Alice 
Markland,  widow  of  Edward  Markland,  during  her  life,  quarterly,  from 
Apr.  I,  1838,  an  annual  pension  equal  to  that  which  her  late  husband 
received  from  Md.  under  resolution  of  Dec.  session  1823,  the  half  pay  of  a 
Lieut,  in  the  Naval  service,  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Marr,  W"'.,  private,  Md.  Line — died  July  3,  1819  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 
Marr,  W'".     Passed  Feb.  10,  1836 — No.  18.     Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 

to  Arra  Marr,  widow  of  W".  Marr,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  during  her  life. 

*  Marshall,  Benjamin,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

t  Marshall,  Benj.,  private.  Pa.  Line,  age  74,  from  Frederick  county. 
Pensioned''  Mch.  6,  1819,  at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Nov.  13,  1818.  (Reed. 
$1,469.86.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Marshall,  Benj.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  105,  p.  260.  Reg.  of  land  office 
directed  to  issue  warrant  for  50  a.  unappropriated  in  Allegany  county, 
unpatented,  as  a  donation  for  the  state  to  rev.  soldiers  who  served  in  the 
Md.  Line,  &  to  which  they  consider  him  entitled. 


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Marshall,  John.  Passed  Mch.  22,  1833 — No.  80.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Marshall,  of  Cecil  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  ser\'ices  rendered  by  him  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Martin,  Ennals,  Dr.  Passed  Jan.  17,  1833 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Dr.  Ennals  Martin,  of  Talbot  county,  a  surgeon's  mate 
during  the  rev.  war,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  surgeon's  mate,  for  the 
services  rendered  by  him  during  said  war. 

Passed  Feb.  11,  1835 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Sarah 
Martin,  widow  of  Dr.  Ennals  Martin,  of  Talbot  county,  Surgeon's  mate  in 
the  army  of  the  revolution,  half  pay  to  which  her  husband  was  entitled, 
during  her  life. 

Martin,  Henry.  Passed  Feb.  5,  1828 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Henry  Martin,  of  Frederick  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  as  further  comp.  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Martin,  Jacob.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1846 — No.  47.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to 
Margaret  Martin,  of  Westmoreland  county.  Pa.,  widow  of  Jacob  Martin,  a 
rev.  soldier  with  the  Md.  troops,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the 
war  of  the  Rev. 

*  Martin,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  Massey,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  Massey,  Jesse,  private,  Del.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Matthews,  Bennett,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  the  Row  Galley  called  the 
Independance.  Given  by  the  Delegates  of  the  Freemen  of  Md.  Given  in 
Convention  at  Annapolis  (date  and  signatures  torn  off)  (X,  No.  128). 

Maxwell,  James.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  James  Maxwell,  of  Cecil  county,  late  a  meritorious  soldier  in 
the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  corporal,  as  a  provision  to  him  in  his  indigent 
situation,  now  advanced  in  life,  and  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for 
those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Maxwell,  W'".,  private,  Del.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  Mayhugh,  Jonathan,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 
Mayhew,  Jonathan.     Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  77.     Treas.  Western  Shore  to 

pay  to  Jonathan  Mayhew,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a 
private. 

Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  32.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Eleanor 
L.  Mayhugh,  widow  of  Jonathan  Mayhugh,  of  Washington  county, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her 
husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Mayhew,  Jonathan.  Passed  Jan.  24,  1838 — No.  2.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Adam  Houk,  son-in-law  of  the  late  Eleanor  L.  Mayhugh, 


374  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

$8.00  for  two  months  and  twelve  days  pension  due  thes  aid  Eleanor  L. 
Mayhugh  on  Dec.  12,  1837,  the  day  of  her  death. 

Maynadier,  W"".,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Company  in  the  4"'  Battn.  of 
Militia  in  Talbot  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Apr.  9,  1778.  Th.  Johnson 
(X,  No.  129). 

(Endorsement)  Levin  Spedding,  Capt.;  Edwd.  Stevens,  1st.  Lieut.; 
John  Brown,  2d  Lieut.;  W"".  Berry,  Ensign;   Henry  Banning,  Com. 

Mayo,  Lieut.  Isaac.  War  of  1812.  Mch.  14,  1828 — No.  61.  Resolu- 
tion of  Gen.  Assembly  enumerating  service  of  Lieut.  Isaac  Mayo,  a  native 
of  Md.,  "and  was  among  those  officers  who  received  medals  from  the  U.  S., 
as  a  testimony  of  their  country's  approbation." 

Governor  authorized  to  draw  on  Treas.  of  Western  Shore  for  payment 
of  a  suitable  sword. 

Michael,  Jacob.  War  of  1812.  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  22.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Jacob  Michael  of  Harford  county, 
$45.29  cents  "for  supplying  the  Militia  stationed  at  Stoney  Point,  in  the 
county  aforesaid,  during  the  late  war  with  powder,  lead  and  flints." 

Meddagh,  Frederick.  Passed  Nov.  session  1801 — No.  15.  Several 
county  courts  of  the  Western  and  Eastern  Shore  respectively,  do,  and 
they  are  hereby  authorized  and  required,  upon  the  application  of  Frederick 
Meddagh,  of  Frederick  county,  an  old  and  superannuated  soldier  of  the 
late  American  army,  to  grant  him  from  year  to  year,  during  his  life,  a 
license  to  hawk  and  peddle,  without  his  the  said  Frederick  Meddagh 
paying  anything  therefor. 

Medlar,  Bostian.  Passed  Dec.  session  1815 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Bostian  Medlar,  late  a  drum-major  in  the  rev.  war — half  pay 
of  a  drum-major,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his 
country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

^  Meek,  John,  private.  Rev.  army'.  Pensioned,  Act  of  June  7,  1785, 
from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $40.00  per  an.;  reed.  $400.00.  (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll, 
1835,  p.  21). 

Merrick,  W".  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  44.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  W".  Merrick,  of  Dorchester  county,  half  pay  of  a 
corporal,  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Merryman,  Luke.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1836 — No.  51.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Merryman,  widow  of  Luke  Merryman,  a  soldier  of 
the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private  during  life,  in  consideration  of  his  rev. 
services. 

Mezzeek,  Nehemiah.  Ensign  Friendship  Co.,  Dorchester  Militia,  Jan. 
1776 — see  Elliott,  John. 

Middleton,  David.  War  of  1 81 2.  Draft  to  be  drawn  by  Gov.  & 
council  of  Md.  to  David  Middleton  "for  riding  express  during  the  late 
war."     Jan.  27,  1825 — No.  8,  p.  157. 


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Middleton,  Gilbert.  Jan.  25,  1823 — No.  11.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Gilbert  Middleton,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  captain 
for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Middleton,  Sarah,  of  Baltimore.  Feb.  9,  1822.  (No.  22,  p.  176).  Treas. 
Western  Shore  directed  to  pay  pension — half  pay  of  a  Captain,  as  a  further 
compensation  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Milburn,  Nicholas.  Passed  Nov.  session  1812  (Dec.  30)  No.  21. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Nicholas  Milburn,  late  a  private  in  the  Md. 
Line  during  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Milburn,  Nicholas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

Miles,  Capt.  Joshua.  Passed  Apr.  2,  1836 — No.  93.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Jane  Miles,  widow  of  Joshua  Miles,  an  officer  of  the  rev.,  half 
pay  of  a  captain,  in  consideration  of  the  services  of  her  husband. 

Amended  June  4,  1836 — No.  115  by  addition  of  words:  "during  her 
natural  life." 

*  Miller,  George,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Miller,  George.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  36.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  George  Miller  of  city  of  Baltimore,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Mills,  Cornelius  H. — see  Halkerstone,  Robert. 

Mills,  Zachariah.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  43.  Treas.  pay  to 
Zachariah  Mills,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  an  old  revolutionary  soldier, 
quarterly,  for  life,  a  sum  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  those  services  rendered  his  country  during  her  arduous 
struggle  for  independence. 

*  Mills,  Zachariah,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Minitree,  Paul.  Passed  Feb.  19,  18 19 — No.  54  Treas.  directed  to  pay 
Paul  Minitree,  an  old  rev.  soldier  of  Charles  county,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  his  rev.  war  services. 

*  Mitchell,  Charles,  private.  Flying  Camp — not  continental ;  stricken 
from  roll  (Jan.  1820,  p.  547). 

*  Mittag,  or  Meddack,  Frederick,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 
Montle,  or  Mondle,  Geo.     Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  10,  1818) — 

No.  27.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  George  Montle,  or  Mondle,  now  of 
the  state  of  Pa.  and  late  a  soldier  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the  rev.  war,  or 
his  order,  a  sum  of  money  annually,  quarterly  payts.,  equal  to  the  half  pay 
of  a  soldier,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  meritorious  services 
rendered  his  country  during  the  American  war. 

Moore,  John.  Passed  Nov.  1798 — No.  17.  Treas.  W^estern  Shore 
pay  to  John  Moore,  late  soldier  in  the  extra  Md.  reg.  the  sum  of  $22.00. 

Moore,  Capt.  John  C.  (War  of  1812?)  Mch.  I,  1826 — No.  62,  p.  248. 
Governor  and  council  "requested  to  examine  the  claim  of  Capt.  John  C. 


376  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  Lx'WVS 

Moore,  for  the  repair  of  arms  and  equipment  of  the  accoutrements  of  his 
company,  and  to  make  such  allowance  as  they  may  consider  him  entitled 
to." 

More,  Nicholas  Ruxton,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  3"^  Lieut,  of  a  Company  of 
Matrosses  to  be  raised  in  this  Province  for  the  defence  of  the  Liberties 
thereof  Commanded  by  Capt.  John  Fulford.  Given  in  Council  of  Safety 
at  Baltimore  Town,  Mch.  i,  1776.  Daniel  of  St.  Thos.  Jenifer,  Charles 
Carroll,  Benjamin  Rumsey,  Th.  B.  Hands,  Thos.  Smyth.     (X,  No.  133). 

Moore,  Lieut.  Nicholas  R.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  36.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Sarah  Moore  (widow  of  Nicholas  R.  Moore),  of 
Baltimore  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Lieut.,  for  the 
services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Moore,  Capt.  Nicholas  R.  Passed  Feb.  7,  1840 — No.  6.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Sarah  Moore,  widow  of  Nicholas  R.  Moore,  of  Baltimore  city, 
during  life,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1840,  a  sum  equal  to  the  half 
pay  of  a  captain  of  cavalry,  in  lieu  of  half  pay  of  a  lieut,  heretofore  granted, 
in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  the  husband  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Moore,  Reuben.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  62.  Treas.  directed  to 
pay  to  Reuben  Moore,  of  Dorchester  county,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

*  Moore,  Reuben,  private,  Md.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Moore,  Reuben.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1827 — No.  48.  Treas.  pay  to  Mary 
Moore,  of  Dorchester  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private 
for  her  husband,  Reuben  Moore's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Moore,  W".  Passed  Mch.  21,  1833 — No.  65.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W™.  Moore,  of  Somerset  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev. 
war. 

Passed  Feb.  11,  1835 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Samuel  T. 
Moore,  the  sum  of  money  due  to  his  father,  W".  Moore,  of  Somerset 
county,  at  the  time  of  his  death,  in  virtue  of  a  resolution  of  the  Legislature, 
granting  a  pension  to  said  Moore. 

Af orris,  John.  Passed  Apr.  session  1792 — No.  2.  John  Morris,  of  St. 
Mary's  county,  late  a  soldier  in  the  third  Md.  regt.  in  the  ser\ace  of  the 
U.  S.,  is  disabled  from  wounds  reed,  at  the  battle  of  the  Cowpens,  and  is 
thereby  incapable  of  getting  a  livelihood, — Resolved,  That  his  excellency 
the  governor  of  Md.,  for  the  time  being,  grant  to  John  Morris,  in  future, 
half  of  the  monthly  pay  which  the  said  Morris  received  in  the  continental 
service,  by  orders  drawn  quarterly  on  the  treasurer  of  the  Western  Shore 
for  the  same,  and  that  the  same  be  charged  to  the  United  States. 


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Morris,  Jonathan,  Capt.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1830 — No.  13.  Treas.  pay  to 
Jonathan  Morris,  a  captain  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  captain,  quarterly, 
as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Mudd,  Bennett.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  59.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Bennett  Mudd,  of  Charles  county,  an  old  soldier,  during  life,  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant. 

Passed  June  4,  1836 — No.  118.  Treas.  pay  to  Ann  Mudd,  widow  of 
Bennett  Mudd,  late  a  sergeant  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life,  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant,  for  the  services  of  her  said  husband,  in  the  said  rev. 

*  Mudd,  Bennett,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Mudd,  Mrs.  Barbara.  Passed  Feb.  i,  1834 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mrs.  Barbara  Mudd,  of  D.  C,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay 
of  a  Sergeant,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband, 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Mudd,  Ann.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1835 — No.  5.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Ann  Mudd,  $24.17,  the  bal.  of  pension  due  her  husband  at  the  time 
of  his  death,  and  which  was  forfeited  to  the  State  by  resolution  No.  26,  of 
1823. 

Muir,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1832 — No.  25.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thomas  Muir,  a  soldier  of  rev.  war,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  private  for  his  services  during  said  war. 

Passed  Jan.  24,  1839 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Levin 
Ballard,  of  Jarvis,  $9.66,  for  2  months  and  27  days  pension  due  the  late 
Thomas  Muir,  of  Somerset  county,  at  the  time  of  his  death,  and  said 
Ballard  distribute  the  same  to  nearest  of  kin  of  said  Muir. 

Murdoch,  Lieut.  Benj.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  6,  1818) — No. 
27.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Benj.  Murdock,  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line 
during  the  rev.  war,  the  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  during  life. 

Murdock,  Lieut.  W"'.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  34.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Jane  Clagett,  widow  of  W"".  Murdock,  an  officer  of  the  rev., 
during  her  widowhood,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Lieut,  in  consideration  for 
the  services  of  her  husband. 

Nagle,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  14,  1828 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Nagle,  of  Cambria  Co.  Pa.  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Neale,  Capt.  Henry.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1837 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Eleann  Neale,  widow  of  Capt.  Henry  Neale,  half  pay  of  a 
Captain,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  [rev.]  services,  during  her  life. 

Neale,  James.  Passed  Nov.  session  1803 — No.  5.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  James  Neale,  on  application,  fifteen  pounds  current  money, 
and  the  further  sum  of  fifteen  pounds  like  money  annually,  in  quarterly 
payments,  as  a  support  to  him  in  his  infirm  situation,  and  in  consideration 


378  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

of  his  many  services  as  a  soldier  in  the  late  rev.  war,  from  the  effects  of 
which  he  has  been  rendered  entirely  unable  to  obtain  a  subsistence. 

Needham,  W"".  A.  Passed  Nov.  1791 — No.  8.  Petition  to  Gen. 
Assembly  sets  forth  that  he  was  a  sergeant  in  the  late  Amer.  army,  and 
received  a  wound  by  a  musket  ball  which  passed  through  his  body  &  has 
rendered  him  incapable  of  gaining  a  subsistence  by  labour;  and  this 
assembly  considering  it  reasonable  that  the  same  relief  should  be  extended 
to  said  W".  A.  Needham,  as  to  others  in  similar  circumstances — Governor 
Grant  to  said  W"".  A.  Needham  half  of  monthly  pay  he  reed,  in  the 
continental  service,  by  orders  drawn  quarterly  on  Treas.  of  Western  Shore, 
&  same  be  charged  to  the  U.  S. 

\  Needham,  W"".  A.  sergeant.  Rev.  army,  of  Montgomery  county. 
Pensioned  at  $60.00  per  an.  from  Sept.  4,  1808  (reed.  $390.00).  (U.  S. 
Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  16). 

t  Nelson,  Roger,  lieut.  of  cav..  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pen- 
sioned at  $200.00  per  an.  on  May  31,  1815,  under  act  of  Mch.  3,  1803, 
dating  from  Sept.  4,  1802  (reed.  $2,552.21).  Died  June  7,  1815.  (U.  S. 
Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

Nelson,  Roger.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Eliza  Nelson,  widow  of  Roger  Nelson,  of  Frederick  county,  a  rev. 
officer,  half  pay  during  life,  to  which  her  husband  would  have  been  entitled. 

Nelson,  Lieut.  Roger.  Passed  Mch.  27,  1839 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Eliza  Nelson,  widow  of  Roger  Nelson,  of  Frederick  county,  a 
rev.  officer,  or  to  her  order,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.  army,  from  July  i, 
1 81 5,  up  to  the  time  she  was  placed  on  the  pension  roll,  it  being  the 
amount  to  which  she  is  entitled  under  the  resolution  of  1779. 

Newman,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  Ii.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Newman,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

*  Newman,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Newman,  John.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1830 — No.  5.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  Ridgely,  esq.,  $15.33,  being  sum  due  to  John  Newman,  a  rev. 
soldier,  late  a  pensioner  of  the  state  of  Md.,  who  was  placed  on  the  pension 
list  by  a  resolution  of  said  state. 

Newton,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 7  (Feb.  7,  181 8) — No.  24. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Newton,  an  old  soldier,  during  life, 
quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 

*  Newton,  John,  private  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Niblet,  W".  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 6 — No.  18.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W™.  Niblet,  of  Worcester  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him 
for  his  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  much  benefitted. 


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*  Nihlet,  T^"-.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

*  Nickle,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

*  Nixon,  Isaac,  private,  N.  J.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

Nowell,  James,  Tutwiller,  Jonathan.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2, 
1813) — No.  35.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James  Nowell  and  Jonathan 
Tutwiller,  or  order,  in  quarterly  payts,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half 
pay  of  privates  during  the  rev.  war. 

0' Bryan,  Dennis.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1830 — No.  32.  Treas.  of  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Dennis  O'Bryan,  of  Morgan  county,  Va.,  an  old  rev.  soldier, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 
war. 

O' Conner,  Michael.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  61.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Michael  O'Conner,  of  Harford  county, — half  pay  of  a 
matross,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered  his  country 
during  the  rev.  war. 

*  O'Conner,  Michael,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

O'Hara,  John.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1840 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Susan  O'Hara,  widow  of  John  O'Hara,  a  rev.  soldier,  or  order, 
quarterly,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  from  Jan.  i,  1840,  in 
consideration  of  the  services  of  her  husband  rendered  during  the  rev. 
war. 

*  Oldwine,  Barney,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Oldwine,  Charles,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Orem,  Spedden — ¥eh.  18,  1825 — No.  23,  p.  159.  Treas.  to  pay  Spedden 
Orem,  of  Talbot  co. — half  pay  of  a  private  further  remun.  for  his  services 
during  rev.  war. 

Orme,  Moses.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1833 — No.  49.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Moses  Orme,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  the  services 
rendered  by  him  during  said  war. 

Orndorff,  Capt.  Christian.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  82.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  directed  to  pay  to  Christian  Orndorff,  late  a  rev.  officer, 
during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  captain. 

*  Orendorf,  Christian,  captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  548). 

*  Ott,  Adam,  lieut.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Ott,  Lieut.  Adam.  Passed  Feb.  22,  1822  (No.  46,  p.  179).  Treas. 
Western  Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Adam  Ott,  of  Washington  county, — 
half  pay  of  a  Lieut. — his  services  Rev.  War. 

Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  44.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Julian 
Ott,  of  Washington  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  as 
further  compensation  for  her  husband,  Adam  Ott's  services  during  rev. 
war. 


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Ott,  Adam.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1829 — No.  25.  Treas.  pay  to  Juliana  Ott, 
wdow  of  Adam  Ott,  a  rev.  soldier,  such  sum  as  may  appear  to  be  due  him 
on  the  pension  list  of  state  of  Md.  at  time  of  his  decease. 

Page,  John.  Capt.  of  Troop  of  Horse  in  Kent  Co.  May  30,  1781 — see 
Raisin,  Thos. 

*  Pamter,  Melcher,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Painter,  Melchior.  Passed  Apr.  i,  1839 — No.  62.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Painter,  of  Washington  county,  widow  of  Melchior 
Painter,  a  Rev.  soldier,  or  to  her  order,  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the  Rev. 
during  her  life,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

*  Pamphilion,  Thomas,  mariner,  Frigate  Virginia  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 
Parran,    Thomas.     Passed    Mch.    11,    1828 — No.    40.     Warrant    and 

patent  for  200  acres  vacant  land  westward  of  Fort  Cumberland,  Alleghany 
county,  to  issue  to  heirs  of  Thomas  Parran  without  payment  or  any 
composition  money.  (Follows  No.  39,  Chesley  Robt.  captain  200  acres) 
but  does  not  specify  servace. 

Parran,  Dr.  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  14,  1828 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mrs.  Jane  Parran,  of  Calvert  county,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  surgeon,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband  Dr. 
Thomas  Parran's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Jan.  14,  1830 — No.  4.  Treas.  pay  to  legal  representatives  of 
Jane  Parran  (deceased)  the  balance  of  pension  due  her  at  time  of  her  death. 

Parrish,  Edivard.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  32.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Edward  Parrish,  of  Baltimore  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant,  for  his  servaces  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  24,  1836 — No.  49.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James 
Nelson,  for  use  of  Clemmency  Parrish,  widow  of  Edward  Parrish,  deceased, 
late  of  Baltimore  county,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  it  being  the  amt.  due  said 
Parrish  for  rev.  services,  at  time  of  his  decease. 

Parrish,  Edward.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1836 — No.  53.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Clemency  Parrish,  widow  of  Edward  Parrish,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.,  half  pay  of  a  "serjant"  during  her  life. 

Parrot,  Christopher.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  29.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Christopher  Parrot,  late  a  sergeant  in  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  quarterly,  a  sum  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant. 

*  Parsons,  Daniel,  private,  Del.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Paul,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1840 — No.  22.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Catharine  Paul,  widow  of  Thomas  Paul,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  or 
order,  quarterly,  for  life,  from  Jan.  i,  1840,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  in 
consideration  of  the  services  of  her  said  husband  in  the  rev.  war. 

Peacock,  Neale.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  Qan.  2,  1813) — No.  48. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Neale  Peacock,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private  in  the  rev.  war. 


RE\OLUTIOXARY  WAR   PENSIONS  381 

Pearce,  George.  Passed  Mch.  i,  1833 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  George  Pearce,  of  Warren  county,  Ky.,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  ser\ices  rendered  by 
him  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Peck,  Hiel,  lieut.  N.  Y.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Pegegram,  W'".  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W".  Pegegram,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  an  old  rev.  soldier — 
the  half  pay  of  a  common  soldier,  during  his  life,  as  a  further  remuneration 
for  the  ser\"ices  rendered  his  country. 

Pendergast,  Lieut.  W"".  Passed  Feb.  11,  1835 — No.  41.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Juliet  Onion,  widow  of  W"°.  Pendergast,  an  officer  of 
the  revolution,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  quarterly,  during  her  life,  for  the 
services  of  her  husband. 

*  Penefill,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Penefield,  Thomas.  Passed  Mch.  20,  1835 — No.  76.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Hester  Penefield,  widow  of  Thomas  Penefield,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  during  her  widowhood. 

Penn,  John.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  46.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is  directed 
to  pay  to  John  Penn  of  Charles  county,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private 
for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Pensions.  Disbursed  during  year  ended  Sept.  30,  1855  $3,227.42  and 
$960.00  unexpended. 

*  Peterson,  Henry,  private,  N.  J.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Phelan,  John,  captain,  Mass.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Philips,  Stephen.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  37.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to 
Stephen  Phillips,  of  Caroline  county,  a  coloured  man,  for  life,  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Passed  Feb.  15,  1844 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Jacob 
Charles  $13.33  being  amt.  advanced  by  said  Charles  to  Stephen  Phillips,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.  war. 

Pindell,  Nicholas.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1830 — No.  32.  Gov.  «&  council 
directed  to  ascertain  amount  due  Nicholas  Pindell,  a  rev.  soldier,  at  time  of 
his  death;  and  Treas.  Western  Shore  is  required  to  pay  to  Gassaway 
Pindell,  admr.  of  Nicholas  Pindell,  such  sum  as  shall  be  found  due  to  said 
Pindell  at  death. 

Pindell,  Dr.  Richard.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  58.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Richard  Pindell,  of  Ky.,  late  a  surgeon  in  the  U.  S. 
army  during  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  life,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to 
the  full  pay  of  a  surgeon,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  he 
rendered  his  country  during  her  struggle  for  independence. 

Plane,  Jacob.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1830 — No.  56.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Catherine  Plane,  of  Anne-Arundel  county  (widow  of  Jacob  Plane, 


382  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

who  was  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war),  during  widowhood,  quarterly,  the  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  of  her  late  husband. 

Poe,  Captain,  of  Baltimore.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1822 — No.  23,  p.  176. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Poe,  of  Baltimore,  a  sum  of  money 
equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  captain  of  the  Md.  Line. 

*  Pollock,  Elias,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Pope,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

t  Pope,  John,  private,  Md.  Line,  age  68,  from  Frederick  county.  Died 
Mch.  3,  1 82 1,  Pensioned  at  $96.00  per  an.  on  Oct.  8,  181 8,  from  Apr.  10, 
181 8.     (Reed.  $278.40.     U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  36). 

Popham,  Benjamin.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  63.  Treas.  pay  to 
Benjamin  Popham,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  during  Hfe,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Porter,  Nathan.  Feb.  18,  1825,  No.  27,  p.  159.  Treas.  to  pay  Nathan 
Porter,  of  Talbot  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  addl.  comp.  his  rev.  war 
services. 

*  Paulson,  John,  private,  Del.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Powel,  Brittian.  Ensign  of  a  Co.  in  Somerset  County,  17""  Battn.  of 
Militia,  1777 — see  Schoolfield,  W"". 

Powers,  Jesse.  Passed  Dec.  session  1815 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  unto  Jesse  Powers,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  late  a  private  in  the  rev. 
war — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those 
services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Powers,  Jesse,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Power,  Jesse.  Passed  Feb.  25,  1836 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Milly  Power,  widow  of  Jesse  Power,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  during 
widowhood  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  of  her  late  husband. 

Power,  Jesse.  Passed  Jan.  13,  1845 — No.  6.  Treas.  pay  to  Henry 
Fowler,  for  use  of  Clement  Thompson,  legal  representative  of  Milly 
Power,  bal.  due  her  at  time  of  her  death,  on  the  pension  list  of  the  State. 

Price,  George.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  31.  Treas.  pay  to  George 
Price,  of  Talbot  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as 
further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war.  Passed  Mch. 
13,  1829 — No.  61.  Treas.  pay  to  legal  representatives  of  George  Price, 
deceased,  the  balance  of  pension  due  the  said  George  Price,  at  time  of  his 
death. 

Price,  Stephen  R.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1830 — No.  47.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Stephen  R.  Price,  of  Mififllin  twp.  Franklin  county,  Ohio,  a 
soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  quarter  master 
sergeant,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  ser\'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Price,  Walter  Lane,  lieutenant,  navy.  Frigate  Alliance  (Jan.  1820,  p. 
549)- 


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*  Primm,  James,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Proctor,  Richard.  Passed  Jan.  6,  1812 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Proctor,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war,  belonging  to  the  Md. 
Line,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  provision  to  him  in  his 
indigent  situation  and  advanced  life,  and  as  a  further  remuneration  to 
him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

Pruitt,  Walter.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1827 — No.  46.  Treas.  pay  to  Walter 
Pruitt,  of  Worcester  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private 
for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Purnell,  Zadock,  Esq.  Com'd  Colonel  of  the  Synnapuxent  Battalion  of 
Militia  in  Worcester  Co.  Given  at  Baltimore  Town  Aug.  30,  A.D.  1777. 
Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  152). 

Endorsement:   Col.  Zadock  Purnell  resigned  1778. 

To  his  Excellency  Thomas  Johnson,  Esq.  Sir:  Being  now  advanced  in 
years,  and  at  times  much  affected,  I  have  thought  it  Expedient  to  Resign 
in  favour  of  a  younger  man  and  therefore  have  Delivered  my  Commission 
to  the  Lieut,  of  this  County. 

I  have  the  Honor  to  be  your  Obt.  Servt.  Zadock  Purnell. 

Queen,  Marsham.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1832 — No.  106.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Marsham  Queen,  of  Charles  county,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Quinny,  Thomas  M.  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  76.  Treas.  Western  Shore  to 
pay  to  Thomas  M.  Quinny,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly  during  life,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private. 

Raisin,  Thomas,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Comet  of  Capt.  John  Page's 
Troop  of  Horse  in  Kent  Co.  raised  with  Notice  of  an  Act  to  encourage  the 
raising  a  Volunteer  Troop  of  light  Horse  in  Baltimore  Town  and  each 
County  of  this  State.  Given  at  Annapolis,  May  30,  1781.  Tho.  S.  Lee. 
(X,  No.  154). 

Endorsement:  Thos.  Raisin  resigns  as  Comet  of  Horse  Kent  Co.  May 
1782. 

*  Ramsay,  James,  ensign,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Rasin,  Lieut.  W"'.  B.  Passed  Nov.  session  1804 — No.  14.  Treas.  of 
Eastern  Shore  pay  to  W".  B.  Rasin,  of  Kent  county,  late  a  lieut.  in  the  rev. 
war,  or  order,  the  half  pay  as  a  lieut.,  annually,  quarterly  payts.,  during  his 
life,  as  a  further  reward  to  those  meritorious  services  which  he  rendered  his 
country  in  establishing  her  liberty  &  independence. 

*  Ratcliff,  James,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Rawlings,  Samuel.  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  55,  p.  180.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Ann  Rawlings,  widow  of  Samuel  Rawlings,  late 


384  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

of  Washington  county  deceased, — half  pay  of  private — services  by  her 
late  husband  during  the  Rev.  war. 

Rawlings,  Solomo?i.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1 819 — No.  79.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  to  pay  to  Solomon  Rawlings  late  a  rev.  soldier,  during  life,  half  pay  of 
a  private. 

*  Rawlins,  Solomon,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Ray,  Joseph.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Ray,  an  old  soldier,  of  Montgomery  county,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Ray,  Joseph,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Reading,  Henry.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  9.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Henry  Reading  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war  belonging  to  the 
Md.  Line,  or  order,  quarterly,  a  sum  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  private,  a  as 
provision,  &c. ;  and  further  remuneration,  &c. 

t  Redenour,  Jacob,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
at  $60.00  per  an.  on  Nov.  19,  1819,  under  Act  of  Mch.  3,  1809,  dating  from 
Apr.  10,  1806  (rec'd.  $602.33) — at  $96.00  fee  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816 
(reed.  $1,090.66).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  13). 

Reed,  Isaac.  2<'  Lieut.  Friendship  Co.,  Dorchester  Militia,  Jan.  1776 — 
see  Elliott,  John. 

*  Reed,  John,  2d.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550.) 

Reid,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  40.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Reid,  of  Allegany  county,  $125.00,  during  life, 
quarterly,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  the  services  rendered  his  country 
during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Reeves,  W'".,  private,  Mass.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Reewark,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Reily,  Capt.  W"'.  Passed  Dec.  session  1816 — No.  30.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W".  Reily,  of  the  District  of  Columbia,  late  a  captain  in  the 
Md.  Line  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  the  gallant  services  rendered  his  country  during  the 
American  war. 

Reily,  Maj.  W"".  Passed  Mch.  i,  1833 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Barbara  Reily,  of  District  of  Columbia,  widow  of  the  late  Maj.  W"". 
Reily,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of 
a  captain  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during 
said  war. 

Rench,  Andrew,  Gentleman,  Com'd.  to  be  Lieut.  Col.  of  the  32"*.  Battn. 
of  Militia  of  this  Province,  being  of  Frederick  Co.  Given  in  Convention 
at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3d.,  1776.  Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.  (X, 
No.  156). 


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Reynolds,  James.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1835 — No.  50.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ruth  Reynolds,  widow  of  James  Reynolds,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  during  his  life. 

Reynolds,  Tobias.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  7,  '18) — No.  26. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Tobias  Reynolds,  of  Anne-Arundel  county,  an 
old  soldier,  quarterly,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private 
[Rev.  war]]. 

*  Reynolds,  Tobias,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Richards,  Paul,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Richards,  Paul.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1828 — No.  50.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  representative  of  Mary  Richards,  widow  of  Paul  Richards,  who  was 
a  soldier  of  the  revolution,  such  sum  as  may  appear  to  have  been  due  her,  at 
time  of  her  death. 

Richardson,  Charles.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  52.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Chas.  Richardson,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war, — 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  provision  to  him  in  his  indigent  situation  and 
advanced  life,  and  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by 
which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Richardson,  Charles.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  49.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Nancy  Richardson,  widow  of  Charles  Richardson,  late  a 
private  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Passed  Mch.  9,  1846 — No.  49.  Treas.  of  Md.  pay  to  Lydia  Ackworth, 
daughter  of  Nancy  Richardson,  whatever  arrearages  of  pension  may  be 
found  due  the  said  Nancy  Richardson  at  the  time  of  her  death. 

*  Richardson,  Charles,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 
Richardson,    Daniel.     Passed    Nov.    session,     181 1 — No.    25.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Daniel  Richardson — half  pay  of  a  private  in  the  rev. 
war. 

*  Richardson,  Daniel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549).       ^ 

*  Rickner,  Da?iiel,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Ridgely,  Nicholas,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  2''  Lieut,  in  Capt.  Richard 
Stringer's  Company  of  22''  Battn.  of  Militia.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Aug. 
28,  1777.  Th.  Johnson.  (X,  No.  158).  Endorsement:  Resigned  Apr. 
13,  1781. 

Ridgeway,  John.  ist.  Sergeant  of  a  Co.  in  Prince  George's  Co.  25th. 
Battn.,  Jan.  3,  1776 — see  Wootters,  Richd. 

Rigby,  W"'.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  29.  Treas.  pay  to  W".  Rigby 
of  Fairfield  county,  Ohio,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  quartermaster 
sergeant,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

*  Riston,  Zadock,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Risden,    Zaddock    {Riston).     Passed    Feb.    24,    1830 — No.   48.     Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Zaddock  Risden,  alias  Riston,  who  was  a  soldier  of 
26 


386  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

the  rev.  war,  of  Prince  George's  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Ristofi,  Zadock.  Passed  Mch.  26,  1839 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
of  Md.  pay  to  Benj.  Riston  and  Cassandra  Ann  King,  or  order,  only 
children  of  Zadock  Riston,  late  of  Prince  George's  county,  deceased,  a 
pensioner,  the  bal.  of  pension  due  him  from  State  of  Md.,  at  time  of  his 
death,  and  which  he  was  entitled  to  under  a  res.  of  the  Gen.  Assembly. 

Robbins,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Robbins,  an  old  soldier,  of  Montgomery  county, 
quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  compensation  for  his 
revolutionary  services. 

*  Robbins,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

*  Roberts,  James,  private,  Md.  Line — died  Jan.  6,  1810  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 
Roberts,    W'".     Passed    Dec.    session    1815 — No.    21.     Treas.   Western 

Shore  pay  to  W".  Roberts,  of  Allegany  county,  a  private  in  the  rev.  war — • 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by 
which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Roberts,  IF",  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Roberts,  W'".  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  33.  Treas  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Jane  Roberts,  of  Allegany  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  9,  1835 — No.  24.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Jane 
Roberts,  widow  of  W".  Roberts,  deceased,  $1.11,  bal.  due  her  deceased 
husband,  as  a  rev.  pensioner,  at  the  time  of  his  death. 

Roberts,  W'".  Passed  Mch.  26,  1839 — No.  40.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  Roberts,  of  Allegany  county,  $9.89,  for  2  mos.  &  29  ds. 
pension  due  Jane  Roberts,  of  Allegany  county,  at  the  time  of  her  death,  as  a 
Rev.  pensioner. 

Roberts,  Zachariah.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  55.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Peter  Levering,  of  Baltimore,  or  his  executors  the  half 
pay  of  a  corporal,  for  the  support  and  maintenance  of  Zachariah  Roberts, 
during  his  life  as  a  compensation  for  services  rendered  in  the  rev.  war. 

Robinson,  Standly.  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  37,  p.  172.  Treas.  to  pay 
Standly  Robinson,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  private,  further  remun.  for 
his  services  as  a  private  on  board  the  Dolphin  during  the  rev.  war. 

Robosson,  Lieut.  Charles.  Passed  Feb.  27,  1839 — No.  21.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Rebecca  Robosson,  of  city  of  Baltimore,  widow  of 
Charles  Robosson,  a  first  lieut.  in  the  rev.  army,  half  pay  of  a  first  lieut.  of 
the  rev.,  during  her  life,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

Roby,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  6.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Roby,  during  life, — half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services 
rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  387 

t  Roe,  Michael,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Somerset  county.  Pensioned 
from  Sept.  4,  1797  at  $40.00  per  annum  (reed.  $745.56) — at  $64.00  per  an. 
from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $54.11).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  18). 

Rogers,  Geo.  W.,  Capt.  War  of  181 2.  Passed  Jan.  19,  1830 — No.  9. 
Resolution  authorizing  the  Gov.  to  procure  and  present  to  Capt.  George  W. 
Rogers,  native  of  Md.,  &  a  Capt.  in  the  U.  S.  Navy,  as  further  evidence  of 
the  high  sense  the  Legislature  entertain  for  the  services  he  has  rendered  his 
country,  during  the  late  war — action  between  Wasp  and  the  Frolic. 

Rogers,  Capt.  Geo.  W.  Passed  Mch.  15,  1833 — No.  59.  Resolution 
recites  provisions  of  No.  9  (1830) — "it  appears  the  said  Geo.  W.  Rogers  is 
now  dead."  Governor  is  authorized  to  present  the  said  sword  to  Raymond 
Rogers,  the  eldest  son  of  the  deceased,  in  consideration  for  the  gallantry  of 
his  deceased  father,  &c. 

Rolle,  Robert,  Lieut.  Passed  Mch.  13,  1829 — No.  65.  Treas.  pay  to 
Robert  Rolle,  of  Talbot  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  lieut. 
for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Rowse,  Lieut.  Thos.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  13.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Thos.  Rowse,  late  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line  of  the  rev. 
war,  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  as  further  reward  for 
those  services  rendered  his  country  during  the  American  war. 

Rouark,  James.  Feb.  24,  1836 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
Julia  Rouark,  widow  of  James  Rouark,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  during  her  widowhood. 

Riiark,  James.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1838 — No.  19.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Barbara  Ruark,  the  widow  of  James  Ruark,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  during  her  life,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  18,  1848 — No.  26.  Treas.  pay  to  W".  Wells,  of  Anne 
Arundel  county,  the  amt.  due  to  Mrs.  Barbara  Ruark,  at  her  death  a 
pensioner. 

*  Russell,  Robert,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  549). 

Rutledge,  Lieut.  Joshua.  Passed  Nov.  session  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No. 
41.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Joshua  Rutledge,  of  Harford  county, 
late  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line,  or  order,  quarterly,  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a 
lieut.,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered  his  country 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Rutlage,  Lieut.  Joshua.  Feb.  23,  1822 — No.  61,  p.  180.  Whereas, 
Joshua  Rutlage,  of  Harford  county,  a  pensioner,  is  said  to  be  wealthy,  and 
the  intention  of  this  legislature  is  to  assist  such  as  stand  in  need,  and  not 
those  that  are  living  in  affluence — Therefore. 

Resolved,  That  the  resolution  passed  at  Nov.  Session,  1812,  directing  the 
treas.  of  Western  Shore  to  pay  to  Joshua  Rutlage  of  Harford  county,  late  a 


388  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line — half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
his  services  rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war,  be  and  the  same  is 
hereby  rescinded. 

Riitledge,  Lieut.  Joshua.  Passed  Mch.  3,  1840 — No.  13.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Brooks,  of  Harford  county,  widow  of 
Joshua  Rutledge,  who  was  a  lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  quarterly, 
commencing  Jan.  i,  1840,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  in  consideration  of  the 
services  of  her  said  husband  rendered  during  the  war  of  the  rev. 

*  Rutledge,  Joshua,  Heut.,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Sansbury,  John.  Passed  Feb.  7,  1840 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Sansbur>',  of  Baltimore  city,  widow  of  John  Sansbury,  a 
private  marine  in  the  rev.  war,  or  to  her  order,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan. 
I,  1840,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  during  her  life,  in  consideration  of  the 
serv'ices  of  her  said  husband. 

Sappington,  Dr.  Richard.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1844 — No.  34.  Treas.  of 
Md.  pay  to  Cassandra  Sappington,  of  Harford  county,  widow  of  Dr. 
Richard  Sappington,  who  was  a  surgeon  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly, 
commencing  on  Jan.  i,  1844,  half  pay  of  Surgeon,  during  her  life,  as  a 
further  remuneration  for  the  services  of  her  deceased  husband. 

*  Savoy,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Schmuck,  Jacob,  Capt.  Passed  Jan.  20,  1835 — No.  16.  Governor 
directed  to  ascertain  value  of  sword,  directed  under  res.  of  Md.  Assembly, 
last  session,  No.  98,  to  be  presented  to  capt.  Jacob  Schmuck,  late  of  the 
U.  S.  Army,  and  to  present  the  amount  thereof  to  Ellen  Schmuck,  widow  of 
said  Capt.  Schmuck  for  the  education  of  Catharine  Schmuck,  his  daughter 
and  only  child. 

Schmuck,  Capt.  Jacob.  War  of  1812.  Resolution  No.  98,  passed  Mch. 
20,  1835,  requesting  the  Governor  to  procure  and  present  a  sword  to 
Capt.  Jacob  Schmuck,  U.  S.  Army  for  his  gallant  services  on  the  north- 
western frontier,  during  the  late  war  with  Great  Britain. 

Schoolfield,  Benj.  Gentleman.  Com'd.  2<*  Lieut,  of  Capt.  John  William's 
Company  in  Princess  Anne  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Somerset  Co.  Given  at 
Baltimore  Town,  Sept.  22,  1777.     Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  164). 

Endorsement:  1st.  Lieut,  of  W".  Key's  Co.  Endorsement  on  comn.  of 
Schoolfield,  W"".:   Captain  in  17""  Battn. 

Schoolfield,  George.  2'^  Lieut,  of  a  Militia  Co.  in  Somerset  County,  17"' 
Battn.  1776 — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

Schoolfield,  W"".,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  a  Co.  in  Somerset 
County  in  the  17""  Battn.  of  Militia.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis, 
Jan.  3,  1776.  Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.  (Original  Com- 
mission, No.  166). 


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Endorsement:  W"".  Schoolfield,  1st.  Lieut.;  George  Schoolfield,  2*^. 
Lieut.;  Brittian  Powel,  Ensign;  M.  George  Waters,  Com'dt,  Ballard 
Bozman,  2d  Lieut.;  James  Curtis,  Ensign;  W"".  Water,  Corporal;  W™. 
Waller,  Ensign  in  Thos.  Irving's;  Benj.  Schoolfield,  Capt. ;  Thos.  Jones, 
1st.  Lieut.;   Saml.  Dixon,  2<*  Lieut,  in  17""  Battn. 

Schrach,  Andrew.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1829 — No.  51.  Treas.  W^estem 
Shore  pay  to  Andrew  Schrach,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Scislar,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Scott,  Gustavus.  Robey's  Delight — Allegany  Co.  Aug.  1824 — see  Feb.  9, 
1825,  p.  157,  No.  12.     Also  No.  15,  Feb.  9,  1825. 

Scott,  Samuel.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  63.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  Scott,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his 
life,  for  those  ser\ices  he  rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Scott,  Samuel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Scott,  Samuel.  Passed  Feb.  21,  1834 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Benj.  L.  Gantt,  for  use  of  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Scott,  widow  of  the  late 
Samuel  Scott,  of  Prince  George's  county,  a  rev.  soldier,  $14.44,  being 
amt.  due  him  at  death  as  a  pensioner. 

Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — ^"o-  A--  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Mrs. 
Elizabeth  Scott,  widow  of  Samuel  Scott,  of  Prince  George's  county,  during 
life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  pri\-ate,  for  the  services  of  her  husband  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Scott,  Samuel.  Passed  Jan.  19,  1848 — No.  11.  State  Treas.  pay  to 
Order  of  W"".  Scott,  one  of  the  legal  representatives  of  Elizabeth  Scott,  late 
of  Prince  George's  county,  deceased,  bal.  of  pension  money  due  at  her 
death. 

Seaburn,  John.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Seaburn,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private  in 
rev.  war. 

Sears,  John.  Passed  Jan.  26,  1828 — No.  4.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Mary  Sears,  of  Harford  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
lieut.,  further  remuneration  for  her  husband,  John  Sears'  services  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Second,  George.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1803 — No.  3.  Treas.  Eastern 
Shore  pay  to  George  Second,  or  order,  the  sum  of  $54.00  per  annum,  half 
yearly  payts.,  out  of  any  money  in  the  treasury  not  otherwise  appropriated. 
(Indexed  amongst  rev.  pensions). 

Semmes,  Lieut.  James.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  59  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  James  Semmes,  of  Charles  county,  late  a  second 
lieut.  in  the  rev.  war,  or  order,  annually  in  quarterly  payts.,  during  his  Hfe 
a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  second  lieut. 


390  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Seney,  John,  Senr.  Esq.  Com'd.  1st.  Major  of  5""  Battn.  of  Militia  of 
Province  of  Md.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3,  1776. 
Signed  pr.  order,  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No.  169). 

Sewall,  Charles.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  42.  Treas.  pay  to  Chas. 
Sewall,  of  Charles  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  first  lieut.,  as  a 
remuneration  for  his  ser\^ces  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Seivell,  Charles,  ensign,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Sewell,  Clement.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  62,  p.  147.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
is  directed  to  pay  to  Clement  Sewell,  of  the  D.  C,  late  an  ensign  in  the  Md. 
Line  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  an  ensign,  as  a  remuneration  for  the 
gallant  services  rendered  his  country  during  the  struggle  for  our  glorious 
independence. 

Sewell,  James.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  6,  1818) — No.  34. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  James  Sewell,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  quarterly, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during 
the  American  war. 

t  Sewall,  James,  private  Rev.  army,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  pensioned 
May  16,  1817,  at  $60.00  per  month  from  Mch.  4,  1803,  under  Act  of  Jan. 
I,  1803  (received  $788.33). 

Pensioned  Apr.  24,  1816  at  $96.00  per  year  (received  $178.66). 

*  Sewell,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Sewell,  W".  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  Sewell,  of  Annapolis,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  or  order, 
during  life,  quarterly  payts.,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Sewell,  W'".  Passed  Feb.  22,  1822 — No.  41,  p.  178.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  W°".  Sewell,  of  Talbot  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his 
rev.  war  services. 

Sewell,  W"'.  Passed  Feb.  6,  1832 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Rebecca  Sewell,  widow  of  W".  Sewell,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during 
life,  half  yearly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her 
said  husband. 

Shean,  Henry.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  46.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  Henry  Shean,  of  Baltimore  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of 
a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Shane,  Henry.  Passed  Feb.  7,  1830 — No.  17.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Henry  W.  Shane  money  due  his  father  Henry  Shane,  a  rev.  soldier, 
at  time  of  his  decease. 

Shaw,  James,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  1st.  Lieut  of  the  Co.  of  Militia  in 
Dorchester  County  called  the  Vienna  Co.  to  which  Hugh  M'^Bride  was 
elected  ist.  Lieut  &  since  promoted.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis, 
Jan.  3,  1776.  Signed  pr.  Order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.  (X,  No.  172). 
Resigned  June  17,  1776. 


RE\'OLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  391 

Sheets,  Jacob.  Passed  Jan.  26,  i828^No.  3.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Hannah  Sheets,  of  Frederick  county,  during  Hfe,  in  half  yearly  payments 
the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  her  husband,  Jacob 
Sheets'  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Shircliff,  Lieut.  W'".  Passed  Mch.  29,  1838 — No.  55.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Melinda  Shircliff,  widow  of  W"".  Shircliff,  a  soldier  of  the  rev., 
the  half  pay  of  a  Heut.,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  servaces,  during 
her  life. 

Shirley,  Bennet.  Passed  Jan.  19,  1837 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Susanna  Shirley,  widow  of  Bennet  Shirley,  half  pay  of  private 
during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev. 

*  Shirtzer,  Caspar,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Shockley,  John,  private,  INld.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Shockney, Patrick,  private,  Pa.  Line  Qan.  1820,  p.  551). 
Shoebrook,  Edward.     Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  70,  p.  148.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Joseph  Boon  of  Caroline  county,  or  his  execu- 
tors, for  support  and  maintenance  of  Edward  Shoebrook,  during  his  life,  as 
a  compensation  for  services  rendered  in  the  rev.  war. 

Shoits,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817  (Feb.  7,  18) — No.  25.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Shotts,  of  Frederick  county,  an  old  soldier, 
quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  during  his  life. 

*  Shots,  John,  private,  Houseger's  G.  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Shrupp,  Henry,  lieut.,  German  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

*  Shryock,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Shryock,  John.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1835 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Shryock,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly 
during  his  life. 

*  Silence,  W'".,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Simmons,  Aaron.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  72.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  to  pay  to  Aaron  Simmons,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  or  order,  quarterly 
during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Simmons,  Sarah.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  31.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Simmons,  of  Charles  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Simmons,  W'".,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Simpson,  Lawrence.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  23.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Lawrence  Simpson,  of  Charles  county  (an  old  rev. 
soldier),  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  soldier,  as  a  further  re- 
muneration for  his  sersdces  in  the  rev.  war. 

Simpson,  Lawrefice.  Passed  Feb.  27,  1843 — No.  24.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Peter  W.  Crain,  for  the  widow  of  Lawrence  Simpson,  bal.  due 
said  Lawrence  Simpson,  a  rev.  pensioner,  at  his  death. 


392  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Simpson,  Rezin.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  37. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Rezin  Simpson,  late  a  private  in  the  rev. 
army,  a  sum  of  money  annually,  in  quarterly  payts.,  equal  to  the  half  pay 
of  a  soldier. 

Simpson,  Rezin.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  52.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Rezin  Simpson,  quarterly,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  the  half 
pay  of  a  sergeant  of  dragoons,  in  lieu  of  the  sum  allowed  him  by  a  resolution 
of  1811  [1812]. 

*  Simpson,  Rezin,  sergeant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Simpson,  Rezin.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1830 — No.  29.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Robert  Swan,  for  use  of  Mary  Simpson,  widow  of  the  late  Rezin 
Simpson,  a  pensioner  of  the  state  of  Md.,  $27.50  balance  due  said  Simpson 
at  time  of  his  decease.     (Indexed  as  Rev.  pension). 

Simpson,  Rezin.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1830 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W".  Shaw,  for  use  of  Mary  Simpson,  of  Allegany  county,  during 
widowhood,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  sergeant  for  the  services  of  her  late 
husband,  Rezin  Simpson,  who  was  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war. 

Simpson,  Thomas.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812 — No.  62.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Simpson,  late  a  corporal  in  the  rev.  war — half  pay  of 
a  corporal,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered  his 
country  in  her  struggle  for  liberty  &  independence. 

*  Sims,  Patrick,  lieut.  colonel,  Md.  Line — died  Jan.  7,  1819  (Jan.  1820,  p. 
550). 

Sizler,  Philip.  Passed  Feb.  29,  1829 — No.  31.  Treas.  pay  to  Philip 
Sizler,  of  Baltimore  city,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
half  pay  of  a  sergeant  in  the  artillery,  in  consideration  of  his  services  during 
the  rev.  war. 

Smith,  Capt.  Alexander  Lawson.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1836 — No.  40.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Martha  Jay,  widow  of  Alexander  Lawson  Smith,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  capt.  during  her  widowhood. 

Smith,  Aquilla.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1834 — No.  49.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Aquilla  Smith,  of  Ky.,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  the  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

Smith,  Benj.  Passed  Feb.  7,  1830 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Benjamin  Smith,  of  Ky.,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Smith,  Charles  and  Sliider,  Philip.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  24. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  Charles  Smith  and  Philip  Studer,  late 
privates  in  the  rev.  war  or  order,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  privates,  as  a 
further  remuneration  to  them  for  those  services  by  which  their  country 
has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 


RE\OLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  393 

Smith,  Charles.  Passed  Mch.  5,  1835 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Charles  Smith,  of  Talbot  county,  quarterly,  during  his  life,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  his  services  in  the  war  of  the  rev. 

Passed  Mch.  7,  1840 — No.  21.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Thomas 
Smith,  of  Talbot  county,  $10.00,  for  one  quarters  pension  due  his  father, 
Charles  Smith,  of  said  county,  at  the  time  of  his  death,  as  a  rev.  pensioner. 

Smith,  Capt.  Charles.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1834 — No.  54.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mar>'  Smith  (widow  of  Capt.  Charles  Smith),  of  the  D.  C, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  Capt.,  in  consideration  of  the  services 
rendered  by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Smith,  Christian,  private.  Aid.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Smith,  Elijah.  Passed  Dec.  session  181 7  (Feb.  6, '18) — No.  32.  Treas. 
^^'estem  Shore  pay  to  Elijah  Smith,  of  Baltimore,  an  old  soldier,  during 
life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Smith,  Elijah,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Smith,  Elijah.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  113,  p.  262.  Treas.  W^estem  Shore 
pay  to  Mrs.  Priscilla  Smith  of  Baltimore  whatever  balance  may  be  due  to 
her  late  husband,  Elijah  Smith  as  a  pensioner  of  the  state. 

Smith,  Elijah.  Passed  Apr.  i,  1839 — No.  57.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Priscilla  Smith,  of  Baltimore  county,  widow  of  Elijah  Smith,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.,  or  her  order,  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the  rev.,  quarterly, 
during  her  life. 

Smith,  Ephraim.  Passed  Feb.  4,  1843 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Ephraim  Smith,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of 
a  private,  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  during  war  of  rev. 

t  Smith,  James,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
Aug.  I,  1816  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  a.t  $48.00  per  an.  commencing 
Mch.  4,  1789  (reed.  $1,224.00).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  14). 

Smith,  John.  Capt.  of  a  Co.  of  Militia  in  Baltimore  Town  Battn. 
Baltimore  Co.  before  Mch.  16,  1779 — see  Merryman,  John. 

Smith,  John.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Smith,  of  Charles  county,  late  a  rev.  soldier,  quarterly  during 
life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  rev.  services. 

*  Smith,  John  ist,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

*  Smith,  John  2d,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Smith,  John.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  75.  Treas.  Western  Shore  to 
pay  to  John  Smith,  of  Anne  Arundel  county  late  a  rev.  soldier,  during  life, 
the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Smith,  John.  Feb.  26,  1825 — No.  50,  p.  162.  Treas.  to  pay  John 
Smith,  of  Anne  Arundel  county  half  pay  of  a  private,  further  remun.  for 
his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  14,  1832 — No.  119.     Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Sarah 


394  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

Smith,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  widow  of  John  Smith,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the 
services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Smith,  John.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  56.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  John  Smith,  of  Prince  George's  county,  half  pay  of  a 
corporal,  during  life,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  7,  1843 — No.  3.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Richard  L. 
Jenkins,  of  Prince  George's  county,  Md.,  $6.97,  bal.  due  John  Smith  a  rev. 
pensioner  at  time  of  his  death. 

Smith,  Joseph.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Joseph  Smith,  late  a  captain  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the  rev. 
war — half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  meritorious 
services  rendered  his  country  during  the  Amer.  war. 

*  Smith,  Michael,  drummer,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

*  Smith,  Moses,  private,  N.  Y.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Smith,  Capt.  Nathaniel.  Feb.  22,  1823 — No.  69.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
is  directed  to  pay  to  Sarah  Smith,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  captain, 
during  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  her  husband  Capt.  Nathaniel 
Smith's  serv'ices  during  the  rev.  war. 

Smith,  Nathaniel,  Maj.  Passed  Mch.  9,  1827 — No.  45.  Treas.  pay  to 
Sarah  Smith,  of  Baltimore  city,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
major,  in  lieu  of  the  half  pay  of  a  captain  which  she  now  receives,  as  a 
further  remuneration  for  her  late  husband,  Nathaniel  Smith's  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Smith,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  26,  1829 — No.  35.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thomas  Smith,  of  state  of  Ohio,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  life, 
half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Smoot,  Joseph,  Lieut.  War  of  1812.  Passed  Mch.  i,  1830 — No.  11. 
Resolutions  expressive  of  the  sense  of  the  Legislature  of  the  gallant 
conduct  during  the  late  war  of  Joseph  Smoot,  of  Dorchester  county,  now  a 
Lieut,  in  the  U.  S.  Navy  (Hornet  and  Peacock,  and  Hornet  and  Penguin) ; 
and  directing  a  sword  to  be  presented  to  him. 

*  Smyth,  Daniel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Smyth,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  18,  1830 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Anna  M.  Smyth,  widow  of  late  Thomas  Smyth,  who  was  a  major  in 
the  rev.,  during  widowhood,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  lieutenant  for  services 
of  her  late  husband. 

Smyth,  Thomas,  Maj.  Passed  Mch.  25,  1836 — No.  81.  In  lieu  of 
pension  granted  by  res.  33,  Feb.  18,  1830,  revoked.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Anna  Maria  half  pay  of  a  major  during  her  widowhood;  provided 
she  file  relinquishment  of  claim  for  arrears,  on  acct.  of  her  late  husband 
Thos.  Smyth,  who  was  a  major  in  the  rev.  war. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  395 

Somervell,  James.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1828 — No.  41.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  James  Somervell,  of  Prince  George's  county,  son  and  one  of 
the  heirs  of  Captain  James  Somervell,  an  officer  of  the  Md.  Line  during 
the  rev.  war,  such  sum  as  may  appear  to  be  due  to  him  on  the  pension  list 
of  Md.  at  time  of  his  decease. 

SomerviUe,  Capt.  James.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVI. 
Gen.  Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  capt.  to  James  SomerviUe,  for 
disability  acquired  in  the  service,  late  a  capt.  in  the  Md.  Line  in  the 
Continental  army. 

*  Sommers,  Solomon,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 
Spalding,  Aaron.     Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  28.     Treas.  Western 

Shore  pay  to  Aaron  Spalding,  during  his  life,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant. 
[^Amongst  rev.  pensioners]]. 

Spalding,  Daniel.  Mch.  7,  1826 — No.  85,  p.  255.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Daniel  Spalding  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his 
rev.  war  services. 

Passed  Mch.  9,  1848 — No.  72.  State  Treas.  pay  to  Samuel  Spalding,  of 
Baltmore,  $19.06,  being  bal.  of  pension  due  the  late  Daniel  Spalding,  a 
rev.  soldier,  at  the  time  of  his  death;  provided  the  said  treasurer  is 
satisfied  that  the  said  Saml.  Spalding  is  the  only  heir  entitled  to  receive  the 
same. 

Spalding,  Henry.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Henry  Spalding,  late  a  private  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  provision  to  him  in  his  indigent  situation  and  advanced  life. 

*  Spalding,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Spedden,  Edward.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  40.  Treas.  pay  to 
Edward  Spedden,  of  city  of  Baltimore,  an  old  rev.  soldier,  for  life,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  second  lieut.  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Spedden,  Edward.  Feb.  22,  1823 — No.  68.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Ann  Spedden,  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  lieutenant,  as  a 
remuneration  for  her  late  husband  Edward  Spedden's  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Spires,  Richard.  Passed  Mch.  7,  1829 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Richard  Spires,  of  Brown  county,  Ohio,  during  life,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Stanton,  John.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1829 — No.  32.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Stanton,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  half  yearly,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the 
rev.  war. 

Staples,  John.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  20.  Treas.  pay  to  John 
Staples,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during 
rev.  war. 


396  MARYLAND    RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Passed  Mch.  lo,  1845 — No.  37.  Treas.  pay  to  Margaret  Staples, 
widow  of  John  Staples,  a  soldier  of  the  Rev.,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant,  in  consideration  of  her  husband's  services  in  the  war  of  the  Rev. 

*  Starr,  James,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Starr,  W'".,  lieutenant,  Conn.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

*  Staunton,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Steel,  James,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  Gabriel  Vanhorn's 
Co.  in  Deer  Creek  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Harford  County.  Given  at 
Annapolis,  Apr.  9,  1778. 

John  M.  Kimson,  ist.  Lieut.  Pa. 

"James  Steel  being  Disabled  by  long  sickness  is  under  the  Necesity  of 
refusing  the  above  Commission  for  the  above  Reasons.  Pr.  G.  Bl. 
Vanhorn,  Capt.  Apr.  14,  1778." 

Steuart,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Feb.  28,  1844 — No.  25.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  Steuart,  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  during  life, 
quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  captain,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered 
by  her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Stevens,  Benj.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  16.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Benj.  Stevens,  of  Somerset  county,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly, 
during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  compensation  for  his 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Stevens,  Benj.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Stevens,  Edward,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Ensign  of  Capt.  Maynadier's 
Company  in  4""  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Talbot  Co.  Given  at  Annapolis, 
Apr.  9,  1778.     Th.  Johnson  (X,  No.  179).     (See  Maynadier,  W"".) 

Stephens,  Levi.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Levi  Stephens,  of  Somerset  county,  quarterly  during  life,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those  services  rendered 
his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Stevens,  Levi,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Stevens,  Levi.  Passed  Feb.  24,  1836 — No.  39.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  W"".  W.  Stevens  &  David  Stevens,  executors  of  Levi  Stevens,  $28.33, 
being  8  mos.  &  15  days  pension  due  said  Levi  Stevens  at  his  death,  Dec.  15, 

1834. 

Stephens,  Levi.  Passed  Mch.  11,  1835 — No.  27.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Polly  Stephens,  widow  of  Levi  Stephens,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  half 
pay  of  a  private  during  her  life,  in  quarterly  payts. 

*  Stevens,  Richard,  sailing  master.  Frigate  Trumbull  (Jan.  1820,  p.  550). 

Stevenson,  John,  Gentleman,  Comd.  Lieut,  of  Marines  of  the  Row  Gal- 
ley called  the  Independence.  Given  in  Convention  or  Council  of  Safety 
of  this  State  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  25,  1777.  J.  Hall,  J.  Nicholson,  Jr., 
Brice  Worthington,  Sam  Wilson.     (X,  No.  254.) 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  397 

Stone,  Col.  John.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1839 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Dr.  N.  P.  Cousin,  for  the  use  of  the  surviving  child  of  Col. 
John  Stone,  a  sum  of  money  amounting  to  the  half  pay  of  a  colonel  in  the 
Md.  Line  between  the  periods  of  1779  and  1782,  for  2  yrs.  &  11  mos; 
pro^•ided  he  shall  be  satisfied  by  competent  evidence  that  the  sum  herein 
authorized  to  be  paid,  which  is  ordered  under  Act  of  1778,  Chap.  14,  & 
resolutions  of  1779  &  1780,  of  this  State,  to  be  paid  to  the  said  heirs  for  the 
period  of  time  intervening  between  the  resignation  of  said  Col.  Stone,  in 
Aug.  1779,  and  the  date  of  the  first  payt.  to  him  in  1782,  has  not  been  paid 
to  Col.  Stone,  or  his  heirs,  by  the  gen.  govt. 

Storer,  Dorothy.  Passed  Mch.  2,  1827 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Dorothy  Storer,  of  the  District  of  Columbia,  during  life,  half  yearly, 
the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  her  late  husband's 
services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Strider,  Philip.  Passed  Apr.  6,  1841 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  M.  C.  Sprigg,  for  legal  representative  of  Philip  Strider,  late  of 
Bedford  county.  Pa,  and  pensioner  of  the  State  of  Md.,  who  died  Jan.  6, 
1840,  $12.93,  amount  of  arrears  due  him  from  Sept.  10,  1840  to  day  of  his 
death. 

Stringer,  Richard.  Capt.  in  22<*  Battalion  of  Militia  Aug.  28,  1777 — see 
Ridgely,  Nicholas. 

Stuart,  Elizabeth.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1850 — No.  71.  Treas.  pay  to 
Woolman  I.  Gibson,  for  use  of  representatives  of  Elizabeth  Stuart, 
deceased,  $33.33  being  amt.  due  said  Elizabeth  for  pension,  per  resolution 
No.  23,  of  1843,  to  Feb.  21,  1849,  the  day  of  her  death. 

Stiider,  Philip — see  Smith,  Charles. 

*  Studer,  Philip,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Sidlivan,  James,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Summers,  Solomon.  Passed  Dec.  session,  i8r'6 — No.  25.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Solomon  Summers,  of  Queen-Anne's  county,  late  a 
drummer  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  drummer, 
as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  in  the  rev.  war. 

*  Sutton,  Jacob,  seaman,  Ship  Defiance  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Swann,  Leonard.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1817 — No.  14.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Leonard  Swan,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly  during  life,  a  sum  of 
money  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  private.  [Listed  amongst  Rev.  war 
pensioners]. 

*  Syphird,  Matthias,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 
Tannehill,   Mrs.  Agnes  M.     Mch.   8,    1826 — No.   70,   p.   250.     Treas. 

Western  Shore  pay  to  Mrs.  Agnes  M.  Tannehill,  of  Allegany  county,  in  the 
state  of  Pa.,  during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  as  a  further  remuneration 
for  her  late  husband's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 


398  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Tasker,  Richard  R.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  34.  Treas.  pay  to 
Richard  R.  Tasker,  of  Allegany  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

*  Tasker,  Richard  R.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Taylor,  John,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Taylor,  John.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1834 — No.  53.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Taylor,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

Taylor,  John.  Passed  Mch.  8,  1836 — No.  58.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sega  Taylor,  of  Anne  Arundel  county,  the  amt.  due  her  late 
husband,  John  Taylor,  upon  the  pension  list  of  this  State,  at  the  time  of 
his  death.     (Indexed  under  Rev.  Pensions). 

Taylor,  John.  Passed  Apr.  i,  1836 — No.  82.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  "Sydney  Taylor,  widow  of  John  Taylor,  a  rev.  soldier,"  the  half 
pay  of  a  private  for  the  services  of  her  husband. 

*  Taylor,  Levin,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

*  Taylor,  Matthew,  cornet.  Gen.  Washington's  Guards — Died  27  Aug. 
1818  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Taylor,  Nevil,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Taylor,  Richd.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  30.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Richard  Taylor,  late  a  soldier  in  the  rev.  war,  half  pay  of  a 
private. 

Tedyford,  John.  1st.  Sgt.  Friendship  Company,  Dorchester  Co. 
Militia,  Jan.  1776 — see  Elliott,  John. 

*  Thomas,  Francis,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Thomas,  John  Allen,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  s""  Independent  Co.  of 
Regular  Troops.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  5,  1776. 
Signed  pr.  Order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No.  186). 

"I  John  Allen  Thomas  do  swear  that  I  will  well  &  truly  Execute  my 
Office  according  to  the  within  Commission  &  the  trust  reposed  on  me, 
according  to  the  best  of  my  power  &  ability  &  that  I  \vill  disband  &  lay 
down  my  arms  whenever  I  shall  be  ordered  so  to  do  by  the  Convention  of 
Md.  for  the  time  being,  or  any  authority  derived  under  it.  So  help  me 
God.     Before  Thos.  Brooke  Hodgkin,  Jan.  17,  1776." 

Thomas,  John  Jarman.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1836 — No.  50.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Jarman  Thomas,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  half  pay 
of  a  private  during  life. 

Thomas,  Joseph.  Passed  Feb.  20,  1822 — No.  37,  p.  178.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Frisby  Henderson,  Esq.  of  Cecil  county,  as  trustee 
for  Joseph  Thomas  an  old  Rev.  soldier,  half  pay  as  private,  &c. 

*  Thomason,  Ezekiel,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

*  Thomm,  Henry,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  399 

Thompson,  Barnard.  Passed  Mch.  I,  1833 — No.  38.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Barnard  Thompson  of  Washington  county,  Ky.,  a  soldier  of 
the  rev.  war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services 
rendered  by  him  in  said  war. 

Thompson,  Chas.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 6 — No.  17.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Chas.  Thompson,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  late  a  soldier  in  the 
rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  an  ad- 
ditional compensation  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has 
been  benefitted. 

Thompson,  Jesse.  Passed  Nov.  session  1812  (Jan.  i,  '13) — No.  25. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Jesse  Thompson,  late  a  sergeant  in  the  Md. 
Line  during  the  rev.  war — half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration, 
&c. 

*  Thompson,  Jesse,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 
Thompson,  John.     Passed  Nov.  session  1812  (Jan.  i,   1813) — No.  28. 

Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  John  Thompson,  of  Kent  county,  late  a 
soldier  in  the  rev.  war, — half  pay  of  a  private,  in  quarterly  payts.,  during 
life. 

Thompson,  Thos.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  19.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Thompson,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  soldier, 
during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  compensation  for  his 
services  in  the  late  rev.  war. 

Thompson,  Thomas.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  47.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay 
to  Mary  Thompson,  widow  of  Thomas  Thompson,  an  old  soldier,  late  of 
Dorchester  county,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private. 

*  Thornton,  John,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 

Thruslon,  Col.  Chas.  M.  Passed  Jan.  9,  1841 — No.  6.  [1839  riots — 
Treas.  of  State  Mch.  2,  1844]. 

Tillard,  Edward — see  Halkerstone,  Robert. 

Tillard,  Thomas,  Esq.,  Comd.  Major  of  South  River  Battn.  of  Militia 
in  Anne  Arundel  Co.,  being  the  31st  Battn.  in  this  Province.  Given  in 
Council  of  Safety  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  26,  1776,  Danl.  of  St.  Thos. 
Jenifer,  Chas.  Carroll,  J.  Hall,  Jas.  Tilghman.     (X,  No.  190.) 

Resigned  Dec.  18,  1776. 

Tillard,  Lt.  Col.  Passed  Jan.  22,  1820 — No.  10.  Treas.  pay  to  Sarah 
Tillard,  widow  of  Lt.  Col.  Tillard,  of  Md.  Line  (during  rev.  war)  during 
life,  quarterly,  "a  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  captain." 

Passed  Feb.  11,  1835 — No.  58.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Capt. 
Otho  Thomas,  of  Frederick  county,  for  benefit  of  heirs  of  Sarah  Tillard, 
late  a  pensioner  of  this  State  $57-33  due  her  at  the  time  of  her  death. 

Tillotson,  Thomas,  Surgeon.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1830 — No.  42.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Dr.  Thomas  Tillotson,  of  Rhinebeck  county,  N.  Y. 


400  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

who  was  a  surgeon  in  the  rev.  war,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
surgeon,  as  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Mch.  14,  1832 — No.  III.  Dr.  Thos.  Tillotson,  of  New  York,  "a 
surgeon  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the  war  of  the  revolution"  was  granted  a 
warrant,  later  patent,  for  200  acres  of  vacant  land  in  Allegany  county. 

t  Tomm,  Henry,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Washington  county.  Pensioned 
under  Act  of  June  7,  1785  at  $20.00  per  annum  from  Mch.  4,  1794  (reed. 
$664.17) — at  $48.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $89.33).  (U.  S. 
Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  19). 

Toomy,  John.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  29.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to 
John  Toomy,  of  Queen  Anne's  county,  half  pay  of  a  corporal,  as  a  further 
compensation  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Topham,  Benj.  Passed  Mch.  29,  1839 — No.  50.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Ann  Busey,  the  sole  legatee  of  Benj.  Topham,  deceased,  who  was  a 
pensioner  of  this  State,  or  her  order,  the  arrear  of  pension  due  to  said 
Topham  at  time  of  his  death,  under  resolution,  numbered  63,  passed  at 
Dec.  session  1826. 

Townsend,  Allen.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  24.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Allen  Townsend,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a 
further  remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

Townsend,  Thomas.  Feb.  18,  1825 — No.  22,  p.  158.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Thos.  Townsend,  of  Talbot  county,  half  pay  of  a  private,  addl.  remun.  for 
his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Towson,  Col.  Nathan  and  Gallagher,  Capt.  John.  Passed  Mch.  21,  1833 
— No.  63.  Governor  directed  to  procure  and  present  two  swords,  one  to 
Col.  Nathan  Towson,  LT.  S.  Army,  and  the  other  to  Capt.  John  Gallagher, 
U.  S.  Na\'y,  as  testimony  of  the  admiration  and  gratitude  of  their  native 
state  for  their  distinguished  gallantry  and  highly  valuable  services  during 
the  last  war  with  Great  Britain. 

Traverse,  [Tranierse,  Trarierse  ?],  Levin,  Gentleman,  Comd.  ist  Lieut, 
of  Capt.  Rogers  A.  Hooper's  Co.  in  Upper  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Dor- 
chester County.  Given  at  Annapolis,  May  20,  1778.  Th.  Johnson. 
(X,  No.  248.)  Endorsement:  Edward  Scott,  ist.  Lieut.;  Walter 
Raughley,  2d.  Lieut. 

Truck,  John.  Mch.  i,  1826 — No.  61,  p.  248.  Treasury  of  Western 
Shore  to  pay  to  John  Truck  of  Frederick  county,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant, 
as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Truck,  John  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  106,  p.  261.  Reg.  of  land  office  issue 
to  John  Truck  of  Frederick  county,  unpatented  state  lands  in  Allegany 
county.  A  warrant  for  50  a.,  as  a  donation  granted  by  the  state  to  the  rev. 
soldiers  who  served  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the  rev.  war,  &  to  which  he  is 
entitled. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  401 

Trtix,  John.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  71.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Elizabeth  Trux,  of  Frederick  county,  widow  of  John  Trux,  a  soldier  of 
the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  for 
services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Trueman,  Lieut.  John.  Passed  Nov.  1785,  Vol.  11,  Chap.  XVI. 
Gen.  Assembly  granted  half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  for  disability  acquired  in  the 
service,  to  John  Trueman,  a  lieut.  in  the  Md.  Line  in  the  Continental 
army. 

*  Tucker,  George,  private — dragoon,  Armand's  Corps  (Jan.  1820,  p.  551). 
Turner,    Thomas.     Passed    Feb.    19,    1819 — No.    53.     Treas.   Western 

Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Turner,  of  Montgomery  county,  a  rev.  soldier,  half 
pay  of  a  private  for  his  services  during  said  war. 

Tutwiller,  Jonathan — see  Nowell,  James. 

Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to 
Jonathan  Tutwiller,  or  order,  quarterly,  a  sum  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a 
sergeant,  instead  of  that  of  a  private. 

*  Tutwiller,  Jonathan,  private,  Md.  Line — died  July  20,  1819  (Jan.  1820, 

P-  551)- 

Tydings,  Kealey.  Passed  Nov.  session,  181 1 — No.  22.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Kealey  Tydings,  late  a  sergeant  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the 
rev.  war — half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  rendered  his  country  during  the  American  war. 

Tyler,  Robert.  Officer  elected  (presumably  ist.  Lieut.)  in  a  Militia  Co. 
in  Prince  George's  County,  25th  Battn. — see  Wootters,  Richard. 

Ulricks,  Peter.  Baltimore  county  q""  election  district,  Oct.  1826 — vote 
for  or  against  the  change  of  location.  Laws  of  Md.  Session  Dec.  1825, 
passed  Mch.  9,  1826.     Res.  No.  107,  p.  261. 

*  Uncles,  Benj.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Uncles,  Benj.  Passed  Feb.  22,  1822 — No.  45,  p.  178.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Benjamin  Uncles,  of  Anne  Arundel  county  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Passed  Jan.  28,  1838 — No.  4.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Rebecca 
Uncles,  widow  of  Benjamin  Uncles,  a  rev.  soldier,  the  half  pay  of  a  private 
during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services. 

Uncles,  Benj.  Passed  Mch.  10,  1847 — No.  53.  Treas.  of  State  pay  to 
Mrs.  Sarah  Earlougher  $6.67,  being  bal.  of  pension  money  due  from  this 
State  to  Rebecca  Uncles,  deceased,  at  the  time  of  her  death. 

Vaine,  John,  of  Caroline  county,  changed  to  John  Clinton  Cooper  Jan. 
12,  1825,  p.  14,  Chap.  18. 

Vane,  John.     Passed  Mch.   12,   1827 — No.  57.     Treas.  pay  Lucretia 
Vane,  of  Dorchester  county,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  her  husband,  John  Vane's  services  during  the  rev.  war. 
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402  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

Vane,  John.  Passed  Jan.  28,  1837 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  James  Vane,  one  of  the  legal  representatives  of  Lucretia  Vane,  $9.77, 
for  two  months  and  twenty-eight  days  pension  due  the  said  Lucretia  at 
her  death  Sept.  28,  1835. 

Vanhorne,  Gabriel  R.  Capt.  of  Militia  in  Harford  Co.  Deer  Creek 
BattaHon,  Apr.  1778 — see  Long,  John  Jr. — "G.  Bl."  Apr.  14,  1778,  see 
Long,  John  and  Steel,  James. 

Varlow,  Stephen.  Passed  Feb.  12,  1820 — No.  36.  Treas.  pay  to 
Stephen  Varlow,  of  Cecil  county,  for  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private  as 
a  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Vaughan,  George,  lieut.,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

t  Vaughan,  George  H.,  lieut.  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county.  Pensioned 
at  $144.00  per  annum,  dating  from  Jan.  i,  1803  (reed.  $1,012.80) — at 
$160.00  per  annum,  from  Jan.  12,  1810  (reed.  $1,005.28),  Apr.  27,  1810 — at 
$181.3374  per  annum  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $353.05) — at  $240.00  per 
an.  from  Apr.  4,  1818  (reed.  $440.00) — at  $181.3374  from  Mch.  4,  1820 
(reed.  $1,631.99),  Died  Dec.  2,  1820.     U.  S.  Pension  Rolls,  1835,  p.  10. 

*  Vaughan,  W"'.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Vaughan,  W'".  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  55. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  W".  Vaughan,  or  order,  an  old  rev. 
soldier,  half  pay  as  a  private  during  the  remainder  of  his  life,  as  a  re- 
muneration for  his  meritorious  services. 

Voghan,  George.  Capt.  of  Deer  Creek  Militia,  Harford  Co. — see 
Corbet,  James. 

*  Walckman,  Michael,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 

Walker,  John.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  31.  Treas.  is  directed  to  pay  to 
John  Walker,  of  Frederick  county,  half  pay  of  a  corporal,  as  a  further 
compensation  for  those  services  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Walker,  John,  private,  Houseger's  Regt.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 
Walker,  John.     Passed  Mch.  8,   1848 — No.  35.     State  Treas.  pay  to 

Mary  Walker,  widow  of  John  Walker,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  quarterly, 
beginning  Jan.  i,  1848,  half  pay  of  a  corporal,  in  consideration  of  her 
husband's  services  in  the  rev.  war. 

Wall,  William.  Feb.  19,  181 9 — No.  63.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  W"".  Wall,  of  Dorchester  county,  an  old  soldier,  quarterly 
payments  of  half  pay  of  a  private — further  remuneration  for  his  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed  Feb.  25,  1837 — No.  27.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Kitturah 
Wall,  widow  of  W"".  Wall,  a  soldier  of  the  Rev.,  $10.78  being  for  three 
months  and  seven  days  pension  due  her  said  husband  at  the  time  of  his 
death. 

*  Wall,  W"".,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  403 

Wall,  W'".  Passed  Mch.  16,  1837 — No.  42.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  Kitturah  Wall,  widow  of  W"°.  Wall,  soldier  of  thfe  rev.,  the  half  pay  of  a 
private,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services,  during  her  life. 

Waller,  W"".     Ensign  in  17""  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

t  Waltman,  Michael,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Frederick  county.  Pensioned 
Feb.  8,  1818  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at  $40.00  per  annum,  from  Mch.  4, 
1789  (reed.  $1,085.56) — at  $64.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed. 
$118.11).     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  14). 

Waltman,  Michael.  Feb.  18,  1825 — No.  24,  p.  159.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Michael  Waltman,  of  Frederick  county  half  pay  of  a  private  addl.  comp.  his 
services  during  rev.  war. 

Waltman  Michael.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1840 — No.  33.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Waltman,  of  Frederick  county,  widow  of  Michael 
Waltman,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  or  her  order,  quarterly,  during  her  life,  the 
half  pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  the  rev.  services  of  her  said 
husband. 

*  Wann,  John,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 

Ware,  Lt.  Col.  Francis.  Passed  Nov.  session  1800 — No.  7.  Francis 
Ware  (who  heretofore  commanded  the  troops  of  this  state,  then  the  colony 
of  Md.,  with  distinguished  bravery  and  fidelity,  and  who,  during  the  late 
rev.  war,  was  lieut-col.  of  the  1st.  reg.  raised  by  this  state,  from  which 
service  he  was  compelled  to  retire  by  the  infirmities  peculiarly  incident  to 
the  military  life  in  these  climates),  has,  by  reason  of  his  said  infirm  health, 
and  misfortunes  arising  from  those  acts  of  benevolence  which  the  duties  of 
society  often  render  indespensable,  and  not  by  imprudence  or  want  of  due 
economy,  became  reduced  to  extreme  indigence  in  his  advanced  age;  and 
it  being  imworthy  (both  in  example  &  principle)  of  the  citizens  of  a  free 
republic,  to  desert,  in  their  distress,  those  of  their  fellow-citizens  who  have 
rendered  important  services  in  distinguished  stations,  whilst  high  honours 
and  great  rewards  attend  public  services  in  other  forms  of  government; 
Resolved  unanimously.  That  there  be  granted  to  the  said  Francis  Ware 
half  pay  as  lieut-col.  (rated  according  to  the  establishment  when  he 
retired  from  the  service)  from  date  of  this  resolution,  during  the  remainder 
of  his  Hfe; — treas.  Western  Shore  pay  same  to  said  Francis  Ware  in 
quarterly  payts. 

Warring,  Lieut.  Basil.  Passed  Mch.  4,  1834 — No.  43.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Ann  Warring,  widow  of  Basil  Warring,  during  life,  quarterly, 
half  pay  of  a  lieut.,  in  consideration  of  the  services  rendered  by  her 
husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

Washington,  General  George.  Passed  Nov.  session  1781 — No.  i.  "Re- 
solved unanimously.  That  the  governor  be  requested  to  write  to  Mr. 
Peale,  of  Philadelphia,  to  procure,  as  soon  as  may  be,  the  portrait  of  his 


404  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

Excellency  General  George  Washington  at  full  length,  to  be  placed  in  the 
house  of  delegates,  in  grateful  remembrance  of  that  most  illustrious 
character." 

Passed  Nov.  session  1799 — No.  5.  Members  of  legislature  Governor 
and  all  other  officers  of  the  state  to  wear  scarfs  and  hatbands,  as  a  tribute 
of  respect  to  the  memory  of  "the  illustrious  Washington — ■"  anxious  to 
pay  every  tribute  of  respect  to  the  memory  of  the  departed  friend  to  his 
country,  &c. 

Water,  W'^.     Corporal  in  17"^  Battn.  Militia — see  Schoolfield,  W". 

Waters,  Jonathan.  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  52.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
directed  to  pay  to  Jonathan  Waters,  a  rev.  soldier,  in  quarterly  payments 
during  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private. 

Waters,  M.  George.  Commandant  of  17"'  Battn.  of  Militia,  Jan.  3, 
1776,  see  Schoolfield,  W". 

Waters,  Capt.  Richard.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815  (Jan.  23,  1816) — No. 
19.  Treas.  W^estern  Shore  pay  to  Richard  Waters,  late  a  capt.  in  the 
Md.  Line, — half  pay  of  a  capt.,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  the  services 
rendered  his  country  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Waters,  Richard,  captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Waters,  Richard,  Capt.  Passed  Mch.  12,  1827 — No.  62.  Treas.  pay  to 
Richard  Waters,  of  Baltimore,  during  life,  half  yearly,  sum  equal  to  pay  of 
a  captain,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

Waters,  Richard,  Capt.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1830 — No.  13.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Elizabeth  J.  Waters,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
captain,  in  consideration  of  the  services  of  her  husband  captain  Richard 
Waters,  during  the  rev.  war. 

Waters,  Wilson.  Passed  Mch.  16,  1836 — No.  59.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Margaret  Waters,  widow  of  Dr.  Wilson  Waters,  quarterly 
during  her  life,  half  pay  of  a  surgeon's  mate  in  consideration  of  the  services 
of  her  husband.     (Indexed  under  Rev.  Pensions). 

Watkins,  John,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  the  3d.  Independant  Co.  of 
Regular  Troops  to  be  raised  in  the  Province.  Given  in  Convention  at 
Annapolis,  Jan.  5,  1776.     Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres. 

Watkins,  Capt.  Gassaway — see  Halkerstone,  Robert. 

Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  64.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto 
Gassaway  Walkins,  late  a  capt.  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  a  sum  equal  to 
the  half  pay  of  a  captain,  in  lieu  of  the  sum  already  allowed  him  by  a 
resolution  passed  at  Nov.  session,  181 1 ,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  those 
services  which  so  essentially  contributed  to  the  independence  of  his 
country. 

*  Watkins,  Gassaway,  captain,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 
Watkins,  Leonard.     Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  50. 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  405 

Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  unto  Leonard  Watkins,  a  sergeant  in  the  Md. 
Line,  during  the  rev.  war,  or  order,  a  sum  of  money  annually  in  quarterly 
payts.,  equal  to  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
those  services  rendered  his  country  during  the  American  war. 

Watkins,  Leonard.  Passed  Feb.  28,  1839 — No.  37.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Watkins,  of  Montgomery  county,  widow  of  Leonard 
Watkins,  a  sergeant  of  the  rev.  war,  or  her  order,  during  life,  quarterly,  the 
half  pay  of  a  sergeant  of  the  rev.,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

*  Watkins,  Leonard,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Watkins,  Nicholas,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  ist.  Lieut,  in  Capt.  John 
Dorsey's  Co.  of  the  22''  Battn.  of  Militia.  Given  at  Annapolis,  Aug.  28, 
1777.     Th.  Johnson.     (X,  No.  196). 

Watkins,  Thomas,  Esq.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Co.  of  Artillery  of  the 
Defence  of  the  City  of  Annapolis.  Given  in  Council  of  Safety,  Oct.  26, 
1776.  Danl.  of  St.  Thos.  Janifer,  George  Hands,  J.  Nicholson,  Nic. 
Thomas.     (X,  No.  197). 

Capt.  of  a  Co.  in  Anne  Arundel  Co.,  West  River  Battn.  Mch.  i,  1778 — 
see  Stockett,  Thos.  Noble. 

Wats,  James.  Passed  Feb.  5,  1833 — No.  10.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay 
to  James  Wats,  of  Dorchester  county,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  serv'ices  rendered  by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

t  Watts,  James,  corporal.  Rev.  army,  of  Dorchester  county.  Pensioned 
at  $60.00  per  annum  Jan.  15,  1816,  dating  from  Feb.  20,  1808  (reed. 
$490.67) — at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $1,618.66),  and  died 
Jan.  21,  1833.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  12). 

Watson,  Lt.  Col.  W'^.  H.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1850— No.  63.  Treas.  of  Md. 
pay  to  Sarah  Ann  Watson,  widow  of  Lt.  Col.  W".  H.  Watson,  during  her 
widowhood,  an  annual  pension,  quarterly,  to  commence  from  the  time  of 
passage  of  this  resolution,  "equal  to  the  half  pay  proper  of  her  late 
husband,  as  a  Lieutenant  Colonel  of  the  Infantry  of  the  United  States"; 
not  to  exceed  $30.00  per  month. 

*  Webber,  Nathaniel,  private,  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Webster,  Capt.  John  A.  Passed  Jan.  26,  1835 — No.  3.  Governor  to 
procure  and  present  a  sword  to  Capt.  John  A.  Webster,  native  of  Md.,  for 
gallantry  during  attack  upon  Baltimore  Sept.  12,  1814. 

Wells,  Martha.  Passed  Mch.  20,  1840 — No.  51.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Martha  Wells,  of  Prince  George's  county,  the  widow  of  a  rev. 
soldier,  or  to  her  order,  quarterly,  during  her  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  private, 
commencing  Jan.  i,  1840. 

Wells,  Richard,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  2"*  Lieut,  of  a  Company  of  Militia 
in  Anne  Arundel  Co.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3,  1776. 
Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No.  193). 


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To  the  Honorable  the  Council  of  Safety  of  Maryland,  July  12,  1777. 
I,  Richard  Wells  to  whom  the  Honor  of  these  presents  was  directed  by  the 
Honorable  Council  at  the  time  being,  Tho.  Indisposed  of  a  bad  state 
Health,  hath  rendered  him  Impossible  to  attending  duty  since  Sept.  last. 
Should  please  God  to  "restore  his  health  to  a  Capacity  of  assisting  his 
Country  in  proportion  of  its  Rights  and  Pri\'ileges,  he  will  always  be 
ready.  Till  then  Humbly  beg  Permission  to  resign  this  Commission  that 
it  may  not  prevent  the  fulfilling  it  by  an  abler  body  at  this  Alarming 
Season.     Honble.  Sirs.     Your  ready  Servant.     Rich.  Wells." 

West,  Benj.  Mch.  9,  1826 — No.  103,  p.  260.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Benj.  West  of  Baltimore,  half  pay  of  a  private  for  his  rev.  war 
services. 

Wheatley,  W":  Passed  Mch.  13,  1832 — No.  105.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Rhoda  Wheatley,  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  W". 
W^heatley,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Wheatley,  W'".  Passed  Feb.  25,  1840 — No.  10.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  "Esther  Williss,  one  of  the  legal  representatives  of  Rhoda 
Wheatley,"  or  to  her  order,  $7.12^/2  due  to  said  "  Rhoda  Wheatley,"  at  the 
time  of  her  death,  June  5,  1839. 

Wheeler,  Hezekiah.  Capt.  of  Co.  of  Select  Militia  in  Prince  George's 
Co.     May  25,  1781 — see  Smith,  Chas. 

t  Wheeler,  Nathaniel,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Somerset  county.  Pen- 
sioned under  Act  of  June  7,  1785  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  at  $60.00  per  an. 
(reed.  $1,628.33) — at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $898.66). 
Died  Nov.  5,  1825.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  18). 

Wheeler,  Nathaniel.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1832 — No.  19.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Mary  Wheeler,  widow  of  Nathaniel  Wheeler,  a  soldier  of  the 
rev,  war,  during  her  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in 
consideration  of  the  serv-ices  rendered  by  her  said  husband. 

*  Whipple,  W"".,  gunner,  Mass.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 

Whitaker,  W".  Passed  Feb.  27,  1839 — No.  24.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Sarah  Scrivner,  of  Baltimore  city,  former  widow  of  William 
Whitaker,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.,  or  to  her  order,  half  pay  of  a  private  of  the 
rev.,  during  her  Hfe,  quarterly,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1838. 

t  White,  James,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Montgomery  county.  Pensioned 
under  Act  of  Jan  7,  1785,  at  $40.00  per  an.  from  Mch.  4,  1789  (reed. 
$1,049.20)— at  $96.00  per  an.  from  May  27,  1815  (reed.  $1,370.13). 
Died  Oct.  21,  1829.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  16). 

White,  James.  Feb.  24,  1823 — No.  60.  Treas.  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  James  White,  of  Montgomery  county,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  further  compensation  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 


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Passed,  Feb.  5,  1830 — No.  19.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Henry 
Harding,  for  use  of  Priscilla  White,  widow  of  the  late  James  White,  a 
pensioner  of  the  State  of  Md.  $22.33,  being  balance  due  said  White  at  his 
death. 

*  White,  Jonathan,  private,  Va.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

White,  Richard.  Passed  Feb.  11,  1835 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Margaret  Lamb,  widow  of  Richard  White,  a  soldier  of  the  rev., 
half  pay  of  a  private,  quarterly,  during  her  life. 

White,  Samuel  B.  Mch.  7,  1826 — No.  86,  p.  255.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Samuel  B.  White  of  Montgomery  county,  half  pay  of  private, 
for  his  rev.  war  services. 

t  White,  Samuel  B.,  private.  Rev.  army,  of  Montgomery  county. 
Pensioned  at  $40.00  per  an.  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  from  Mch.  4,  1789 
(reed.  $763.78)— at  $60.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  8,  1808  (Act  of  Mch.  3,  1809) 
(reed.  $482.67) — at  $96.00  on  Nov.  18,  1819,  dating  from  Apr.  24,  1816 
(reed.  $1,474.66).     Died  Jan.  18,  1832.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Rolls,  1835,  p.  16.) 

White,  Samuel  B.  Passed  Mch.  6,  1832 — No.  70.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Sarah  White,  of  Montgomery  county,  widow  of  Samuel  B. 
White,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of 
a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

White,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1828 — No.  10.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Thomas  White,  of  Baltimore,  half  yearly,  for  life,  half  pay  of 
private,  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Whitmore,  Stephen,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Wicks,  Samuel,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Capt.  of  a  Co.  of  Militia  in  Queen 
Anne's  County  in  5""  Battn.  of  Province  of  Md.  Given  in  Convention  at 
AnnapoHs,  Jan.  3,  1776.     Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No. 

199)- 

Wiery,  Michael.  Passed  Apr.  6,  1841 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Elizabeth  Wiery,  widow  of  Michael  Wiery,  of  York  county,  Pa., 
during  life,  half  pay  of  a  private,  in  consideration  of  services  rendered  by 
her  husband  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Wilheid,  Frederick,  private,  Houseger's  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

t  Wilkerson,  Rich'd.,  private  Rev.  army,  of  Anne  Arundel  county, 
pensioned  May  16,  1817  at  $40.00  per  month,  from  Mch.  4,  1789,  under 
Act  of  June  7,  1785  (received  $1,085.56). 

Pensioned  at  $64.00  per  month  Apr.  24,  1816  (received  $119.11). 
(War  Dept.,  1835,  p.  2). 

Wilkerson,  Lieut.  Young.  Passed  Nov.  session  1810 — No.  12.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  half  yearly  to  Young  Wilkerson,  of  Anne- Arundel 
county,  a  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  during  his  life. 

*  Wilkerson,  Young,  lieut.,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 


4o8  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S   LAWS 

Wilkinson,  Col.  James.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1815 — No.  47.  Whereas, 
it  appears  to  this  general  assembly,  that  James  Wilkinson,  an  officer  of  the 
rev.  war,  and  who  served  to  its  termination,  did  not  receive  the  com- 
mutation money  of  5  years  pay,  in  lieu  of  half  pay  for  life,  promised  to  the 
officers  and  soldiers,  who  continued  in  service  to  the  end  of  the  war; 
therefore. 

Resolved,  That  the  treas.  of  Western  Shore  pay  to  said  James  Wilkinson, 
quarterly  payments,  during  life,  half  pay  of  a  colonel  of  dragoons,  as 
remuneration  for  services  rendered  his  country  in  the  revolutionary 
struggle  for  liberty. 

Willcoxen,  Jesse,  Esq.  Com'd.  to  be  Capt.  of  a  Company  formerly 
commanded  by  W".  Johnson  in  Lower  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Montgomery 
Co.     Given  at  Annapolis  Aug.  4,  1780.     Thos.  S.  Lee.     (X,  No.  200). 

Endorsement:  Resigned  May  — ,  1782.  Samuel  Briscoe  Magruder 
succeeded  him. 

Wilcoxen,  Thomas,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  2"^  Lieut,  of  a  Co.  of  Light 
Infantry  in  Prince  George's  County,  belonging  to  the  nth.  Battn.  of 
Militia  in  this  Province.  Given  in  Convention  at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3, 
1776.     Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman,  Pres.     (X,  No.  201). 

Williams,  Charles,  Bullock,  Jesse.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  I, 
'i3)^No.  27.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Charles  Williams,  likewise 
Jesse  Bullock,  late  privates  in  the  Md.  Line  during  the  rev.  war,  quarterly, 
a  sum  of  money  equal  to  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration 
for  their  services  by  which  their  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

*  Williams,  Charles,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 

Williams,  David,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  Capt.  in  John  Williams'  Co.  in 
Princess  Anne  Battn.  of  Militia  in  Somerset  County.  Given  at  Baltimore 
Town,  Sept.  22,  1777.  Th.  Johnson.  (X,  No.  222).  Endorsement: 
Thomas  Williams,  Ensign. 

Williams,  Elisha,  Capt.  Passed  Feb.  27,  1832 — No.  34.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Harriet  Williams,  of  Georgetown,  D.  C,  in  con- 
sideration of  services  rendered  by  her  deceased  husband,  EHsha  Williams,  a 
captain  in  the  rev.  war,  during  her  life,  quarterly,  a  sum  equal  to  half  pay 
of  a  captain. 

Williams,  John.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 5 — No.  18.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  John  Williams,  of  St.  Mary's  county,  a  late  meritorious 
soldier  in  the  rev.  war — half  pay  of  a  corporal,  as  a  provision  to  him  in  his 
indigent  situation  now  advanced  in  life,  &  as  a  further  remuneration  for 
those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially  benefitted. 

Williams,  John.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1828 — No.  8.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  John  Williams,  of  Baltimore,  during  life,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 


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*  Williams,  John,  ist.  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

*  Williams,  John,  2d,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 
Williams,   John.     Capt.   of  a  Somerset   Co.   Company   of   Militia  in 

Princess  Anne  Battn.,  Sept.  22,  1777 — see  Schoolfield,  Benj. 

On  the  back:  Vacancies  in  the  Salisbury  Battalion  Ensign  to  Capt.  R. 
Dashield;    2d  Lieut,  to  Capt.  W".  Turpin;  Corp'l.  to  Edward  Kellum. 

2d  Lieut  to  Capt.  Conway's  Co. — ^John  Evans  (of  Nicho),  ist.  Lieut,  to 
Capt.  Turpin's  Co. — ^John  Phillips.  Ensign  to  Capt.  Coole's  Co. — 
Le^^n  Handy.     Th.  Johnson. 

Williams,  Joseph.  Feb.  25,  1824 — No.  32,  p.  172.  Treas.  to  pay  to 
Joseph  Williams,  of  Annapolis,  half  pay  of  a  private,  further  remun.  for  his 
ser\'ices  during  rev.  war. 

Passed  Mch.  21,  1833 — No.  67.  Reg.  land  office  issue  to  Joseph 
Williams,  of  Annapolis,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  a  warrant  and  later 
patent  for  50  acres  of  vacant  land  in  Allegany  county,  without  any 
composition  money. 

Williams,  Lieut.  Osborn.  Passed  Feb.  19,  1819 — No.  65.  Half  pay  of  a 
lieut.  is  directed  to  be  paid  to  Osborne  Williams  during  life.  (War  service 
is  not  specified). 

*  Williams,  Osborn,  lieutenant,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Willin,  Charles.  Passed  Feb.  27,  1839 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Eleanor  Robertson,  of  Somerset  county,  former  widow  of  Charles 
^^'illin,  a  rev.  soldier,  the  half  pay  of  a  seaman  and  private  of  the  rev., 
during  her  life,  commencing  Jan.  i,  1839. 

Willin,  Evans.  Passed  Feb.  23,  1832 — No.  44.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
pay  to  Mary  Easom,  of  Dorchester  county,  widow  of  Evans  Willin,  a 
revolutionary  soldier,  during  her  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a 
private,  for  services  rendered  by  her  husband  during  said  war. 

Willin,  Levin,  Sr.  Passed  Feb.  12  (?),  1833 — No.  12.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Levin  Willin,  Sr.,  of  Somerset  county,  a  soldier  of  the  rev. 
war,  during  life,  quarterly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered 
by  him  during  the  rev.  war. 

Willis,  Andrew.  Passed  Dec.  session,  181 7  (Feb.  6,  1818) — No.  29. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Andrew  Willis,  of  Washington  county,  a 
private  in  the  rev.  war,  quarterly,  the  half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further 
remuneration  to  him  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so 
essentially  benefitted. 

*  Willis,  Andrew,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Willis,  Andrew.  Feb.  18,  1825 — No.  25,  p.  159.  Treas.  to  pay  Lettie 
Willis,  of  Wash,  county,  half  pay  of  a  private  as  further  compensation  for 
her  husband  x\ndrew  Willis's  services  during  rev.  war,  beginning  from  date 
to  which  husband's  pension  has  been  pd. 


4IO  MARYLAND   RECORDS— KILTY'S  LAWS 

Willmot,  Robert,  Lieut. — see  Britton,  Joseph. 

Passed  Feb.  13,  1836 — No.  23.  Treas.  pay  to  Robert  Wilmot,  a 
soldier  of  the  rev.,  half  pay  of  a  lieut.  of  artillery  instead  of  half  pay  of 
lieut.  of  the  line  during  life. 

t  Wills,  John,  private,  Rev.  army,  of  Baltimore  county.  Pensioned 
under  Act  of  June  7,  1785  at  $40.00  per  annum,  dating  from  Mch.  4,  1789 
(reed.  $1,085.64).  Pensioned  at  $64.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (rec'd. 
$55.11).     (U.  S.  Pension  Rolls,  1835,  p.  11). 

Wilso7t,  David.  Feb.  16,  1820 — No.  45.  Treas.  of  Western  Shore  is 
directed  to  pay  to  David  Wilson,  of  Washington  county,  half  pay  of  a 
private  for  his  rev.  war  services. 

Passed  Feb.  20,  1829 — No.  24.  Treas.  pay  to  Rachel  Wilson,  widow  of 
the  late  David  Wilson,  whatever  sum  appears  to  have  been  due  to  her  said 
husband  David  Wilson,  at  time  of  his  decease,  on  account  of  his  services 
during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Wilson,  David,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

*  Willson,  Richard,  captain,  Md.  Line — died  June  27,  1818  (Jan.  1820,  p. 

552). 

Wimber,  Thomas.  Passed  Feb.  3,  1828 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Thomas  Wimber,  of  Worcester  county,  half  yearly,  half  pay 
of  a  private,  further  remuneration  for  his  services  during  rev.  war. 

Winhrough,  Thos.  P.  Passed  Feb.  2,  1832 — No.  23.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  to  Leah  Winbrough,  widow  of  Thomas  P.  Winbrough,  a  soldier 
of  the  rev.  war,  during  her  widowhood,  half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private, 
for  services  of  her  husband  during  said  war. 

*  Wink,  Jacob,  private,  Houseger's  Reg't.  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 
Wolcott,  W".     Passed  Feb.  26,  1829 — No.  34.     Treas.  Western  Shore 

pay  to  W™.  Wolcott,  of  state  of  Ohio,  a  soldier  of  the  rev.  war,  during  life, 
half  yearly,  half  pay  of  a  private,  for  his  services  during  the  rev.  war. 

*  Wood,  Thomas,  private,  Md.  Line — died  Aug.  2,  1819  (Jan.  1820,  p. 

552). 

*  Woodburn,  Jonathan,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  552). 

Woolf,  John.  Recommended  as  Ensign  for  a  Company  of  Militia  in 
Frederick  Co.  Endorsed  on  a  com'n.  dated  Oct.  13,  1777 — see  Manyard, 
Nathan. 

Wooiters,  \^Wootton,']  Richard,  Gentleman.  Com'd.  1st.  Lieut,  of  a 
Company  in  Prince  George's  Co.  to  which  Robert  Tyler  was  elected, 
belonging  to  the  25""  Battn.  of  Militia  of  this  Province.  Given  in  Con- 
vention at  Annapolis,  Jan.  3,  1776.  Signed  pr.  order  Mat.  Tilghman, 
Pres.     (X,  No.  214). 

Officers  for  this  Co.  of  Militia:  Capt.  Henderson  Magruder;  1st.  Lt. 
Richard  Wootton;    2d.  Lt.  Singleton  Wootton;    Ensign,  Joseph  Jones; 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   PENSIONS  411 

1st.  Sergent,  John  Ridgeway.  It  is  the  Unanimous  wish  of  the  Company 
that  Mr.  John  Ridgeway  take  his in  order. 

Wright,  Edward.  Passed  Feb.  9,  1820 — No.  11.  Treas.  Western  Shore 
is  directed  to  pay  to  Edward  Wright  of  Kent  county  a  balance  of  ii£.  5s. 
due  as  a  Heut.  during  the  rev.  war. 

Wright,  Jesse.  Passed  Nov.  session,  1812  (Jan.  2,  1813) — No.  38. 
Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Jesse  Wright,  an  old  soldier,  during  the  rev. 
war, — half  pay  of  a  private,  as  a  further  remuneration,  &c. 

Wright,  Capt.  Samuel  T.  Passed  Jan.  30,  1837 — No.  10.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Ann  Wright,  widow  of  capt.  Saml.  T.  Wright,  half 
pay  of  a  captain,  during  her  life,  as  a  further  remuneration  for  his  services 
during  the  rev. 

Wykall,  or  Wycall,  Adam.  Passed  Mch.,  1833 — No.  53.  Treas. 
Western  Shore  pay  to  Ann  Martin,  of  Prince  George's  county,  widow  of 
the  late  Adam  Wykall,  or  Wycall,  during  her  widowhood,  quarterly,  half 
pay  of  a  private,  for  the  services  rendered  by  her  said  deceased  husband, 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Wyndham,  Sarah.  Passed  Feb.  22,  1822 — (No.  42,  p.  178).  Treas. 
Western  shore  is  directed  to  pay  to  Sarah  Wyndham,  of  Annapolis, 
quarterly  &c.,  half  pay  of  a  sergeant, — services  rendered  by  her  husband 
during  the  rev.  war. 

Passed,  Mch.  2,  1842 — No.  27.  Treas.  Western  Shore  pay  to  Andrew 
Sheer,  of  Annapolis,  $20.83,  being  amt.  due  Sarah  Wyndham  for  pension 
per  resolution  No.  42,  1822,  to  Aug.  5,  1841,  the  day  of  her  death. 

t  Yoe,  Stephen,  sergeant  Rev.  army,  of  Queen  Ann's  county.  Pensioned 
from  Mch.  11,  1789  under  Act  of  June  7,  1785,  at  $60.00  per  annum  (reed. 
$1,628.33) — at  $96.00  per  an.  from  Apr.  24,  1816  (reed.  $466.66).  Died  in 
1823.     (U.  S.  Pens.  Roll,  1835,  p.  17). 

Young,  Benj.  Passed  Dec.  session,  1816 — No.  26.  Treas.  Western 
Shore  pay  unto  Benj.  Young,  of  Baltimore  county,  late  a  sergeant  in  the 
rev.  war,  quarterly,  during  his  life,  the  half  pay  of  a  sergeant,  as  a  further 
remuneration  for  those  services  by  which  his  country  has  been  so  essentially 
benefitted. 

*  Young,  Benj.,  private,  Md.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 

*  Young,  Henry,  private.  Pa.  Line  (Jan.  1820,  p.  553). 


ANNE   ARUNDEL   COUNTY   MARRIAGES 


Anne  Arundel  County,  Marriage  Licenses* 
5800  Licenses  =  11,640 

Aaron  Adams  m.  Mary  Sappington,  Sept.  i8,  1804. 

George  Adams  m.  Elizabeth  Mass,  [Marr?]  Aug.  i,  1796. 

George  Adams  m.  Elizabeth  Welch,  Dec.  4,  1807. 

Hance  Adams  m.  Philis  Westlick,  Dec.  19,  1777. 

John  Adams  m.  Henny  Philips,  Nov.  17,  1797. 

John  Adams  m.  Rebecca  Johnson,  July  28,  1802. 

Joshua  Adams  m.  Ann  Kelly,  Dec.  24,  1791. 

Moses  Adams  m.  Rebecca  Sappington,  Feb.  4,  1806. 

Thomas  Adams  m.  Margaret  Coleman,  June  26,  1802. 

John  Addison  m.  Lucy  Watkins,  Jan.  24,  1783. 

Walter  Dulany  Addison  m.  Elizabeth  Hasselius,  June  5,  1792. 

Robert  Ailsworth  m.  Anne  Duvall,  Sept.  28,  1793. 

Charles  Aisquith  m.  Mary  Wood,  Dec.  5,  1817. 

Robert  Alcock  m.  Lydia  Musgrove,  Nov.  10,  1797. 

William  Alexander  m.  Polly  Harwood  Stockett,  May  14,  1799. 

Adam  Allen  m.  Barbara  Burgess,  Oct.  21,  1786. 

Azel  Allen  m.  Elizabeth  Lowman,  Nov.  26,  1818. 

Benjamin  Allen  m.  Elizabeth  Tongue,  Jan.  8,  1790. 

George  Allen  m.  Ann  Chaney,  Jan.  18,  1786. 

George  Allen  m.  Ann  White,  May  25,  1815. 

John  Allen  m.  Susannah  PhiHps,  Feb.  19,  1783. 

Jo^  MCubbin  Allen  m.  Mary  Kirkland,  June  18,  1793. 

William  Allen  m.  Dinah  Sanders,  Dec.  i,  1779. 

William  Allen  m.  Mary  Philips,  Feb.  4,  1780. 

William  Allan  m.  Elizabeth  Rawlings,  Jan.  5,  1789. 

James  AlHson  m.  EHzabeth  Bowers,  Jan.  6,  1817. 

Nathan  Allnutt  m.  Anne  Little,  Dec.  10,  1803. 

John  Alwell  m.  Anne  Larimore,  Apr.  21,  1815. 

William  Allwell  m.  Sarah  PhilHps,  June  i,  1780. 

William  Allwell  m.  Sarah  Kelty,  Apr.  13,  1790. 

Holsey  Alsip  m.  Juliet  Brown,  Dec.  11,  1807. 

John  Aman  m.  Rebecca  Jones,  Sept.  20,  1788. 

John  Ambler  m.  Sarah  Lyles,  Apr.  26,  1799. 

Andrew  Anderson  m.  Ann  Belmear,  Aug.  10,  1778. 

Edward  Anderson  m.  Susanna  Cheney,  Dec.  12,  1797. 

*  Transcribed  from  the  County  Records,  by  the  late  George  W.  Hodges. 

415 


41 6     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Jacob  Anderson  m.  Eliza  Owens,  Jan.  2,  i8ii. 
James  Anderson  m.  Jemima  Taylor,  Feb.  ii,  1795. 
James  Anderson  m.  Anne  Whedon,  Dec.  10,  1800. 
James  Anderson  m.  Ann  Wheeler,  Feb.  10,  1813. 
Joseph  Anderson  m.  Sarah  Coulter,  Jan.  27,  1797. 
Joshua  Anderson  m.  Sarah  Farroll,  Dec.  5,  1806. 
Samuel  Anderson  m.  EHzabeth  Anderson,  Mch.  26,  1812. 
Thomas  Anderson  m.  Henrietta  Paca,  Nov.  6,  1794. 
Thomas  Anderson  m.  Julianna  M'Coy,  June  22,  1820. 
William  Anderson  m.  Sarah  Wayman,  May  28,  1778. 
William  Anderson  m.  Sarah  Belmear,  May  22,  1781. 
William  Anderson  m.  Elizabeth  Willett,  Jan.  11,  1785. 
William  Andrews  m.  Lidia  Medcalf,  May  4,  1790. 
Atlanatious  Anglin  m.  Rachel  Philips,  Feb.  10,  1812. 
Rezin  Appleby  m.  Susanna  Davis,  Aug.  11,  1779. 
Benjamin  Armager  m.  Ann  Lambert,  Dec.  23,  1793. 
Benjamin  Armiger  m.  Sarah  Hutton,  Dec.  21,  1814. 
John  Armager  m.  Williama  Whittington,  Jan.  29,  1781. 
John  Armager  m.  Eleanor  Trott,  Jan.  10,  1798. 
John  Armiger  m.  Mary  Sheckells,  Feb.  29,  1810. 
John  Armiger  m.  Ann  Dove,  Jan.  14,  1820. 
Leonard  Armiger  m.  Frances  Brown,  Aug.  29,  1794. 
Leonard  Armager  m.  Anne  Elickson,  Jan.  22,  1803. 
Samuel  Armager  m.  Elizabeth  Scott,  Sept.  27,  1788. 
Samuel  Armager  m.  Elizabeth  Gatwood,  Dec.  17,  1793. 
Samuel  Armiger  m.  Rachel  Sheckels,  Mch.  27,  1807. 
Samuel  Armiger  m.  Rebecca  Little,  Oct.  13,  1815. 
Thomas  Armiger  m.  Elizabeth  Hill,  Jan.  2,  1818. 
William  Armager  m.  Jane  Whittington,  Dec.  18,  1783. 
William  i^rmiger  m.  Charlotte  Duvall,  Jan.  21,  1807. 
John  Arnold  m.  Rebecca  Redmond,  Dec.  i,  1819. 
Richard  Arnold  m.  Jane  Sherburn,  Dec.  21,  1805. 
Robert  Arnold  m.  Sarah  Wells,  Mch.  14,  1814. 
Samuel  Arnold  m.  Sarah  Wheeler,  Apr.  20,  1820. 
Greenbury  Ashley  m.  Mary  Marsh,  Sept.  19,  1797. 
John  Ashley  m.  Rebecca  Phillips,  Nov.  16,  1796. 
John  Ashley  m.  EHzabeth  Culver,  Mch.  18,  1802. 
Lyles  Askew  m.  Artridge  Pritchard,  Jan.  23,  1790. 
John  Askue  m.  Frances  Poor,  Dec.  22,  1809. 
Jonathan  Asque  m.  Alse  Trott,  Oct.  17,  1795. 
Nathan  Atkinson  m.  Elizabeth  Hunter,  Feb.  19,  1795. 
Augustine  Atwell  m.  Mary  Ann  Howard,  Nov.  14,  181 5. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  417 

Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Sarah  Kidd,  Jan.  11,  1781. 
Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Rachel  Hopkins,  Feb.  15,  1792. 
Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Elizabeth  Randall,  Jan.  15,  1799. 
Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Alary  Wells,  Dec.  17,  1808. 
Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Honore  Tucker,  May  27,  1815. 
Benjamin  Atwell  m.  Mary  Norman,  June  11,  1816. 
John  Atwell  m.  Rebecca  Dawson,  May  26,  1810. 
Joseph  Atwell  m.  Rebecca  Wells,  Aug.  24,  1784. 
Joseph  Atwell  m.  Ann  Pritchard,  Nov.  27,  1802. 
Roger  Atwell  m.  Jane  Kirby,  May  8,  181 5. 
Samuel  Atwell  m.  Mary  Maccoy,  Dec.  7,  1778. 
Thomas  Atwell  m.  Sarah  Randall,  Aug.  31,  1801. 
Thomas  Atwell  m.  Christiana  Kirby,  Feb.  7,  1817. 
William  Atwell  m.  Elizabeth  Rawlings,  Jan.  25,  1799. 
John  Austin  m.  Ann  Beeden,  May  11,  1777. 
Elie  Babbs  m.  Mary  Thrawls,  Apr.  22,  1805. 
Thomas  Babbs  m.  Rachel  Pumphrey,  Feb.  9,  1799. 
John  Babes  m.  Ann  MCubbin,  Oct.  10,  1780. 
Benjamin  Baden  m.  Elizabeth  Whittington,  Jan.  25,  1793. 
Edward  Baldwin  m.  Mary  Marriott,  Nov.  30,  1801. 
Francis  Baldwin  m.  Sarah  Duvall,  June  5,  1810. 
Francis  Baldwin  m.  Mary  Sewell,  Dec.  19,  1814. 
Henry  Baldwin  m.  Sarah  RawHngs,  Jan.  31,  1784. 
Henry  Baldwin  m.  Maria  Woodward,  Jan.  25,  1790. 
John  Baldwin  m.  Rachel  Hopper,  Jan.  13,  1791. 
John  Baldwin  m.  Charlotte  Mitchell,  Aug.  26,  1807. 
Rezin  D.  Baldwin  m.  Charlotte  Sullivan,  Nov.  14,  1812. 
Samuel  Baldwin  m.  Eliz.  Hopper,  Feb.  7,  1786. 
Tyler  Baldwin  m.  Tomsey  Davidge,  Mch.  12,  1785. 
William  H.  Baldwin  m.  Jane  Maria  Woodward,  Oct.  6,  1817. 
William  P.  Bald\\^n  m.  CaroHne  Williams,  Dec.  22,  1818. 
John  Ball  m.  Elizabeth  Battee,  June  24,  1799. 
Richard  Ball  m.  Susan  Lee,  June  15,  1816. 
Thomas  Ball  m.  EHzabeth  Williams,  Apr.  22,  1778. 
Thomas  Ball  m.  Elizabeth  Guinn,  Mch.  14,  1799. 
William  Ball  m.  Sarah  Dorsey,  Feb.  16,  1788. 
Da\'id  Bangs  m.  Ruth  Phelps,  June  18,  1789. 
John  Banon  m.  JuHa  Pendergast,  Mch.  26,  1789. 
John  Thomas  Barber  m.  Catherine  Taylor,  Feb.  28,  1794. 
John  Tho'.  Barber  m.  Susanna  Rowlings,  Oct.  29,  1796. 
Luke  W.  Barber  m.  Susanna  Rowles,  Apr.  20,  1799. 
Jacob  Bare  m.  Elizabeth  W.  Dorsey,  Jan.  7,  1813. 
28 


4i8     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

John  Barker  m.  Margaret  Atwell,  Dec.  20,  1781. 
William  Barker  m.  Rachel  FrankHn,  Mch.  25,  1783. 
Zachariah  Barnes  m.  Catherine  Barnes,  Feb.  14,  1794. 
Caleb  Barry  m.  EHzabeth  Anderson,  Nov.  21,  1818. 
Elisha  Barry  m.  Rachel  Lucas,  Jan.  10,  1816. 
Isaac  Barry  m.  Martha  Allien,  Mch.  27,  1805. 
Jacob  Barry  m.  Susanna  Hall,  July  31,  1778. 
Jacob  Barry  m.  Mary  Disney,  May  30,  1788. 
John  Barry  m.  Mary  Watkins,  Aug.  28,  1792. 
Joshua  Barry  m.  Mirryam  Chancy,  Feb.  16,  1803. 
Philip  Barry  m.  Rachel  King,  Mch.  30,  1793. 
Philip  Barry  m.  Sarah  Disney,  July  i,  1795. 
WilHam  Barry  m.  Mary  Hinson,  June  22,  1777. 
Benjamin  Basford  m.  Elizabeth  Sheckell,  Jan.  5,  1782. 
Benjamin  Basford  m.  Ann  Whittington,  Apr.  30,  1788. 
Henry  Basford  m.  Mary  Watkins,  Dec.  12,  1794. 
Richard  Bassford  m.  Sarah  Taylor,  Mch.  27,  1812. 
Thomas  Bassford  m.  Elizabeth  Lusby,  Oct.  3,  181 1. 
Zachariah  Basford  m.  Anne  Plummer,  Dec.  4,  1789. 
James  Basil  m.  Rebecca  Read,  Oct.  16,  1790. 
John  Basil  m.  Ruth  Nicholls,  Jan.  27,  1781. 
John  Basil  m.  Lilly  Anderson,  Dec.  22,  1818. 
Joseph  Basil  m.  Lettitia  [lims^?],  June  23,  1791. 
Ralph  Basil  m.  Elizabeth  Sanders,  Nov.  3,  1780. 
Ralph  Basil  m.  Elizabeth  Cartle,  Dec.  10,  1791. 
Robert  Basil  m.  Mary  Sheers,  Dec.  3,  1802. 
John  Battee  m.  Lucy  Harwood,  Jan.  28,  1785. 
Richard  Battee  m.  Susanna  Mayo,  Dec.  10,  1794. 
Richard  Battee  m.  Sarah  Smith,  Dec.  15,  1797. 
Richard  H.  Battee  m.  Patty  E.  Cowman,  July  22,  1816. 
Samuel  Bayly  m.  Mary  Ann  Dorsey,  Nov.  15,  1795. 
Zepheniah  Beall  m.  Lotty  Ray,  Mch.  18,  1800. 
Absolom  Bealmear  m.  Anne  Waters,  Feb.  2,  1820. 
John  Beard  m.  Susannah  Chapman,  Apr.  7,  1798. 
John  Beard  m.  Rhody  Wells,  Feb.  24,  181 6. 
Jonathan  Beard  m.  Mary  Gray,  Nov.  29,  1783. 
Jonathan  Beard  m.  Rebecca  Stockett,  Feb.  24,  1791. 
Joseph  Beard  m.  Ann  Ray,  Dec.  29,  1787. 
Joseph  Beard  m.  Ann  Beard,  Apr.  18,  1808. 
Matthew  Beard  m.  Mary  Dorsey,  Oct.  31,  1786. 
Richard  Beard  m.  Sarah  Coale,  Dec.  21,  1789. 
Richard  Beard  m.  Eleanor  Philpot,  Dec.  4,  18 16. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  419 

Stephen  Beard  m.  Margaret  Rutland,  Jan.  28,  1802. 

Stephen  Beard  m.  Susanna  Rawlings,  Feb.  17,  1808. 

Thomas  Beard  m.  Ann  Chapman,  Nov.  25,  1779. 

Anthony  Beck  m.  Jamima  Baldwin,  Feb.  8,  1785. 

James  Beck  m.  Rebecca  Waters,  Dec.  9,  1785. 

Joseph  Beck  m.  Mary  Stewart,  Dec.  18,  1792. 

Benjamin  Beckett  m.  Margaret  Hyatt,  Jan.  21,  1792. 

William  Levin  Beckett  m.  Mary  Clarke,  Dec.  28,  1791. 

W".  Turner  Bedford  m.  JuHa  Wysham,  June  9,  1805. 

Francis  Belmere  m.  Elizabeth  Anderson,  Oct.  6,  1794. 

Francis  Belmear  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  Oct.  9,  181 1. 

John  Belmear  m.  Mary  Years,  Oct.  16,  1783. 

Samuel  Belmear  m.  Juith  \'enus,  Nov.  16,  1793. 

John  Wright  Belt  m.  Sarah  APComkin,  July  22,  1797. 

Osborn  Belt  m.  Eleanor  Macnew,  May  18,  1796. 

Robert  B.  Belt  m.  Rachel  G.  Deale,  Apr.  16,  1805. 

John  Bennett  m.  Margaret  Ray,  Feb.  2,  1793. 

Sayers  James  Bennett  m.  Mary  Jenings,  Oct.  27,  1796. 

Alexander  Benning  m.  Ann  Valiant,  Aug.  i,  1785. 

William  B.  Benson  m.  Susan  Taylor,  July  25,  1816. 

Edmund  Benton  m.  Ann  Meek,  May  6,  1784. 

Edward  Berry  m.  Lucinda  Trutten,  Mch.  18,  1784. 

William  C.  Betherny  m.  Susanna  Welch,  May  18,  1798. 

George  Bevans  m.  Mary  Ogle,  July  21,  1804. 

Benjamin  S.  C.  Bickford  m.  EHzabeth  Tydings,  Sept.  3,  1812. 

WiUiam  Bigg  m.  EHzabeth  Ferguson,  Sept.  2,  1783. 

Francis  Bird  m.  Rebecca  Tucker,  July  29,  1808. 

Jacob  Bird  m.  Susanna  Lee,  Nov.  17,  1808. 

John  Bird  m.  Mary  Phips,  Jan.  6,  1813. 

Thomas  Bicknell  m.  Julia  Clarke,  Jan.  19,  1805. 

William  Bird  m.  Ann  M'^Cauley,  Dec.  11,  1788. 

WilHam  Bird  m.  Ann  Williams,  July  16,  1799. 

William  Bird  m.  Susanna  RawHngs,  Aug.  3,  1816. 

Francis  Birkhead  m.  Margaret  Simmons,  Feb.  28,  1780. 

John  Birkhead  m.  EHzabeth  Plummer,  Nov.  5,  1807. 

John  G.  Birckhead  m.  Mary  Chaney,  Oct.  26,  1820. 

Nehemiah  Birkhead  m.  Anne  Parker,  June  7,  1810. 

Nehemiah  Birkhead  m.  Mary  Drury,  Jan.  27,  1813. 

Thomas  Black  m.  Fanny  Jenkins,  Jan.  2,  1808. 

John  Blackswell  m.  Sarah  Lancaster,  Jan.  16,  1780. 

Richard  Blackerston  m.  Rebecca  FrankHn,  Sept.  4,  1805. 

Gilbert  Bland  m.  Mary  Syton,  May  23,  1778. 


420     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

John  Bloodworth  m.  Mary  Price,  Dec.  17,  1795. 
Edward  Blunt  m.  Elizabeth  Trott,  Aug.  22,  1778. 
Edward  Blunt  m.  Anne  Scrivener,  Feb.  11,  1809. 
John  Bond  m.  Mary  Burke,  June  28,  1792. 
Burle  Boone  m.  Elizabeth  Moss,  Apr.  28,  1779. 
Burley  G.  Boone  m.  Rebecca  W.  Fowler,  Oct.  2,  1815. 
Charles  Boone  m.  Mary  Cromwell,  Dec.  9,  181 7. 
James  Boone  m.  Anne  Small,  Nov.  20,  1799. 
John  Boone  m.  Providence  Pumphrey,  Apr.  15,  1780. 
Jn°.  Boone  T.  Nich^  m.  Eleanor  Drain,  June  17,  1806. 
Richard  Boone  m.  Cordelia  Pumphrey,  Feb.  5,  1780. 
Stephen  Boone  m.  Eliza  Merriken,  Nov.  29,  1815. 
Thomas  Boone  m.  Ann  Cooper,  Jan.  18,  1779. 
Thomas  Boone  m.  Hellen  Cromwell,  Aug.  7,  1799. 
Peter  Boose  m.  Priscilla  Boose,  Oct.  5,  1819. 
James  Booth  m.  Eliza  Jones,  Jan.  19,  1818. 
Henry  Bordley  m.  Ann  Ware,  Dec.  15,  1798. 
John  W.  Bordley  m.  Sarah  Whittington,  Aug.  6,  1818. 
James  Bordman  m.  Ruth  Shepherd,  Mch.  22,  1792. 
James  Boardman  m.  Sarah  Weedon,  Feb.  10,  1795. 
Somerset  Bowen  m.  Cassander  Childs,  Jan.  22,  1817. 
John  Bowers  m.  Eliz".  Priestley,  Dec.  3,  18 10. 
Allen  Bowie  m.  Sarah  Chew,  Dec.  18,  1787. 
Allen  Bowie  m.  Charlotte  Boone,  Feb.  4,  1803. 
Daniel  Bowie  m.  Frances  Rebecca  Lane,  May  13,  1814. 
Thomas  H.  Bowie  m.  Elizabeth  H.  Ray,  Feb.  i,  1812. 
John  Boyd  m.  Elizabeth  Carrick,  Dec.  18,  1787. 
Joseph  Boyd  m.  Mary  Scott,  Aug.  18,  1 791. 
Thomas  Boyde  m.  Margaret  Lansdall,  Feb.  17,  1784. 
James  Boyle  m.  Mary  Rooke,  Sept.  13,  1781. 
James  Boyle  m.  Susan  Maccubbin,  May  11,  1812. 
John  Bradenbaugh  m.  Priscilla  Few,  Oct.  25,  1803. 
George  Bradford  m.  Mary  Mallone,  Dec.  20,  1819. 
William  Bradford  m.  Eleanor  Isaacs,  Jan.  27,  1817. 
Thomas  Brant  m.  Rebecca  Trott,  Feb.  13,  1806. 
Francis  Brashears  m.  Eleanor  Knighton,  Jan.  22,  1811. 
Ja^  Brasheres  m.  Ann  Chew,  Dec.  i,  1784. 
Jesse  Brashears  m.  Anne  Lambath,  Feb.  16,  1792. 
Joshua  Brashears  m.  Ann  Chew,  Nov.  30,  1784. 
Levie  Brashars  m.  Fanny  Lambeth,  Jan.  9,  1793. 
John  Bray  m.  Julia  Phillips,  Sept.  21,  1803. 
Joseph  Bray  m.  Sarah  Kelly,  Jan.  2,  1797. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  421 

Henry  Bremont  m.  Elizabeth  Rummells,  May  16,  1820. 

Brice  Brewer  m.  Frances  Williams,  Apr.  14,  1814. 

Enos  Brewer  m.  Elizabeth  Lavey,  Aug.  4,  1809. 

Henry  Brewer  m.  Mary  Yieldhall,  Aug.  24,  1813. 

John  Brewer  m.  Ann  Watkins  Smith,  May  11,  1784. 

John  Brewer  m.  Elizabeth  Garston,  June  28,  1800. 

Jn°.  Hammond  Brewer  m.  Ann  Maria  Ball,  July  16,  1810. 

Joseph  Brewer  m.  Mary  Birkhead,  Feb.  4,  1802. 

Joseph  N.  N.  Brewer  m.  Elizabeth  Wilmot,  Dec.  21,  1799. 

Lloyd  Brewer  m.  Elizabeth  Sappington,  July  10,  1813. 

Nicholas  Brewer  m.  Frances  Davis,  Aug,  12,  1794. 

Nicholas  Brewer  m.  Sarah  M'Cubbin,  June  21,  1800. 

Nicholas  Brewer  Jn^  m.  Julia  Steuart,  Oct.  30,  181 7. 

Thomas  Brewer  m.  Susannah  Lampley,  Aug.  22,  1782. 

William  Brewer  m.  Alecia  Thompson,  July  5,  1796. 

Edmund  Brice  m.  Harriott  Woodward,  Sept.  10,  1783. 

Edmund  Brice  m.  Charlotte  Eliza  Ann  Moss,  July  17,  1818. 

James  Brice  m.  Julianna  Jennings,  May  23,  1781. 

Daniel  Brigdell  m.  Ann  Foreman,  Mch.  8,  1779. 

Richard  Brigdell  m.  Eleanor  Allen,  Mch.  6,  1792. 

Richard  Brigdell  m.  Patience  Parsons,  Sept.  13,  1785. 

Thomas  Brigdell  m.  Mary  Johnson,  Jan.  8,  1795. 

Jo^  Bright  m.  BeHnda  Hammond,  July  17,  1787. 

James  Bright  m.  Mary  Ann  Tydings,  May  24,  1800. 

John  Bright  m.  Elizabeth  Gray,  Aug.  23,  1810. 

Nathan  Bright  m.  Hanna  Stinchecum,  Oct.  3,  1801. 

William  Brogden  m.  Margaret  M'^CuUoch,  Dec.  19,  1795. 

John  H.  Brookes  m.  Ann  Mahan,  Jan.  13,  1819. 

William  Broughton  m.  Elizabeth  Close,  Aug.  27,  1781. 

Basil  Brown  m.  Henrietta  Hammond,  Aug.  10,  1787. 

Benjamin  Brown  m.  Dinah  Phelps,  Feb.  26,  1783. 

Dauzy  Brown  m.  Mary  Ann  Chilton,  May  21,  1813. 

Francis  Brown  m.  Sarah  LambHn,  Feb.  9,  1793. 

George  Brown  m.  Rachel  Chilton,  May  19,  1804. 

Gideon  Brown  m.  Mary  Flowers,  June  17,  1807. 

Henry  H.  Brown  m.  Mary  Ann  Cross,  Dec.  23,  1816. 

John  Brown  m.  Laurania  Rawlings,  Mch.  3,  1783. 

John  Brown  m.  Elizabeth  Harrison,  Apr.  7,  1792. 

John  Brown  m.  Mary  Joiner,  Aug.  23,  1805. 

Joseph  Brown  m.  Henrietta  Clarke,  June  19,  1783. 

Joseph  G.  Brown  m.  Anne  King,  June  12,  1810. 

Kensey  Brown  m.  Maria  Woodward,  Dec.  15,  1817. 


422     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Philemon  Brown  m.  Margery  Gaither,  Dec.  12,  1787. 

Rasha  Brown  m.  Elizabeth  Pople,  July  15,  1814. 

Richard  Brown  m.  Elizabeth  Childs,  Jan.  31,  1791. 

Richard  Brown  Sn^  m.  Anne  Wood,  July  8,  1794. 

William  Brown  m.  Mary  Hammond,  Dec.  6,  1782. 

William  Brown  m.  Elizabeth  Griffith,  Apr.  14,  1786. 

William  Brown  m.  Nackey  Wilson,  Jan.  26,  1791. 

William  Brown  m.  Tomsey  Thomas,  Mch.  21,  1810. 

John  Bruce  Jn".  m.  Sarah  Lane,  Apr.  19,  1794. 

Frederick  Bryan  m.  Elizabeth  Derry,  Dec.  21,  1796. 

Frederick  Bryan  m.  Julia  Bray,  Dec.  23,  1805. 

James  Bryan  m.  Anne  Love,  Feb.  9,  1791. 

John  Bryan  m.  Lydia  M.  Donald,  June  28,  1777. 

John  Bryan  m.  Lavenia  Baldwin,  Jan.  13,  1797. 

John  Bryan  m.  Elizabeth  Randall,  Feb.  i,  1808. 

Joseph  Bryan  m.  Elizabeth  Brewer,  Apr.  24,  1804. 

Samuel  Bryant  m.  Nacky  Wood,  Dec.  18,  1799. 

Thomas  Buchanan  m.  Reb''.  Maria  Harriet  Anderson,  April  11,  1798. 

John  Buff  m.  Priscilla  Read,  Jan.  5,  1790. 

William  Burdit  m.  Rachel  Mobberly,  May  6,  1777. 

Elijah  Burgee  m.  Mary  M.  Danieson,  Nov.  27,  1816. 

Basil  Burgess  m.  Eleanor  Dorsey,  Jan.  11,  1785. 

Benjamin  Burgess  m.  Agnes  Battee,  Nov.  2,  1780. 

Caleb  Burgess  m.  Susannah  Mercer,  Apr.  6,  1787. 

Enock  M.  Burgess  m.  Sarah  L.  C.  Smith,  May  i,  1806. 

John  Burgess  m.  Eleanor  Griffith,  July  27,  1785. 

John  Burgess  m.  Rachel  Thomas,  Mch.  14,  1798. 

John  West  Burgess  m.  Sarah  Battee,  Feb.  3,  1787. 

Jn°.  West  Burgess  m.  Sarah  Simmons,  Aug.  29,  1796. 

Michael  Burgess  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  Oct.  22,  1783. 

Samuel  Burgess  m.  Henrietta  Warfield,  Jan.  31,  1805. 

Vachel  Burgess  m.  Rebecca  Dorsey,  Oct.  I,  1782. 

William  Burgess  m.  Susannah  Coale,  Oct.  27,  1800. 

John  Burnet  m.  Eleanor  Butler,  Apr.  16,  1808. 

Peter  E.  Burras  m.  Kitty  Lambeth,  Dec.  29,  1806. 

Henry  Burns  m.  Priscilla  Owens,  Mch.  21,  1780. 

Thomas  Burns  m.  Eleanor  Doudle,  May  20,  1777. 

Edmund  Burton  m.  Ann  Henwood,  May  4,  1788. 

John  Burton  m.  Rachel  Henwood,  Nov.  22,  1785. 

Benjamin  Busey  m.  Eleanor  Trott,  June  9,  1804. 

Benjamin  Busey  m.  Ann  Popham,  Nov.  24,  1819. 

Henry  Busey  m.  Sarah  Powell,  May  18,  1795. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  423 


Henry  Busey  m.  Elizabeth  Carr,  Sept.  4,  1806. 
Joseph  Busey  m.  Eliza  S.  Kelly,  Mch.  30,  1816. 
Samuel  Bussey  m.  Mary  Mead,  Feb.  i,  1785. 
Samuel  Busey  m.  Catherine  Carr,  Feb.  Ii,  1793. 
George  Bush  m.  Susan  Smith,  Jan.  2,  1809. 
James  Butler  m.  Rebecca  Welsh,  Nov.  30,  1779. 
Richard  Butler  m.  Rebecca  Foggett,  Aug.  22,  1814. 
Benjamin  Cadle  m.  Sarah  Tucker,  Dec.  13,  1782. 
Samuel  Cadle  m.  Elizabeth  M'Cauley,  Dec.  24,  1778. 
Samuel  Cadle  m.  EHzabeth  Short,  Dec.  5,  1789. 
Thomas  Cadle  m.  Nancy  Hall,  Feb.  15,  1803. 
William  Cadle  m.  Mary  Hall,  Nov.  26,  1805. 
Zachariah  Cadle  m.  Rachel  Gaither,  Oct.  25,  1786. 
Charles  Caiter  m.  Sarah  Debricks,  Dec.  30,  1812. 
WiUiam  Calder  m.  Harriet  Jackson,  Jan.  13,  1802. 
William  Caldwell  m.  Mary  Culbart,  Feb.  15,  1780. 
John  Callahan  m.  Sarah  Buckland,  June  22,  1782. 
George  Calvert  m.  Rosalie  Stier,  June  10,  1799. 
John  S.  Camden  m.  Anne  Smith,  Nov.  29,  1808. 
James  Campbell  m.  Mary  W^alker,  June  2,  1785. 
William  Campbell  m.  Rebecca  Carter,  Aug.  3,  1777. 
Henry  Carick  m.  Darky  Clarke,  Nov.  25,  1789. 
John  Carl  m.  Ann  Dudley,  Aug.  24,  1781. 
William  Carman  m.  Mary  M^Cauley,  Oct.  28,  1805. 
WiUiam  Carman  m.  Ann  Johnson,  May  8,  1813. 
Humphrey  Carpenter  m.  Mary  Fly,  Apr.  i,  1780. 
Benjamin  Carr  m.  Mary  Denton,  Dec.  29,  1802. 
Benjamin  Carr  m.  Catherine  Welch,  June  15,  1805. 
Benjamin  P.  Carr  m.  Priscilla  Ray,  Nov.  30,  1792. 
Henry  Carr  m.  Anne  Drury,  Jan.  23,  1819. 
Jacob  Carr  m.  Matilda  Lambreth,  Jan.  2,  1804. 
John  Carr  m.  Rachel  Purnell,  Feb.  11,  1779. 
John  Carr  m.  EHzabeth  Pindle,  June  29,  1781. 
John  Carr  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  May  8,  1804. 
John  Carr  m.  Mary  Armiger,  Dec.  27,  1806. 
Richard  Carr  m.  Airy  Busey,  Oct.  3,  1804. 
Robert  Carr  m.  Susannah  Childs,  Nov.  7,  1789. 
Samuel  Carr  m.  Jane  Russell,  Jan.  2,  1783. 
Walter  Carr  m.  Dolly  Parrott,  June  2,  1799. 
Walter  Carr  m.  Martha  Ray,  July  23,  1783. 
Walter  Carr  m.  Mary  Scrivener,  Aug.  17,  1812. 
William  Carr  m.  Sophia  Crosby,  Feb.  i,  18 14. 


424     MARYLAND  RECORDS-ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Henry  Carrick  m.  Eleanor  Shrieve,  Feb.  23,  1791. 
Charles  Carroll  m.  Eliza.  Warfield,  Jan.  26,  1795. 
Edmund  Carrell  m.  Elizabeth  Dixon,  Aug.  16,  1791. 
Joshua  Carroll  m.  Sarah  Godman,  July  15,  1800. 
Nicholas  Carroll  m.  Ann  Jenings,  Oct.  30,  1783. 
Samuel  Carroll  m.  Eliz.  Williams,  Oct.  17,  1788. 
Charles  Carter  m.  Susan  Osborn,  Jan.  5,  1815. 
Jacob  Carter  m.  Mary  Wells,  Oct.  31,  1801. 
Samuel  Carter  m.  Judah  Flood,  Oct.  19,  1782. 
Samuel  Carter  m.  Ann  Curry,  Oct.  16,  1786. 
Sparrow  Carter  m.  Elizabeth  Phelps,  Mch.  5,  1791. 
Robert  Case  m.  Rachel  Basil,  Mch.  14,  1789. 
Richard  Caton  m.  Mary  Carroll,  Nov.  24,  1787. 
William  Caton  m.  Ann  Purdy,  Aug.  16,  1788. 
John  Cattonton  m.  Nancy  Lambeth,  Mch.  18,  181 3. 
WilHam  Cawly  m.  Eleanor  Hopkins,  Apr.  3,  1801. 
John  Chain  m.  Ann  Tucker,  July  31,  1777. 
Josia  Chain  m.  Millie  Tucker,  Sept.  9,  1779. 
James  Chalmus  m.  Lucy  Skinner,  Sept.  18,  1783. 
Joshua  Chambers  m.  Sarah  Monroe,  Sept.  17,  1819. 
Thomas  Chambers  m.  Kitty  Ryan,  Oct.  21,  1797. 
William  Chambers  m.  Elizabeth  Blunt,  July  29,  1782. 
Hugh  Champlin  m.  Elizabeth  Hender,  Mch.  23,  1789. 
Walter  S.  Chandler  m.  Margaret  Rogers,  Sept.  19,  1799. 
Benjamin  Chaney  m.  Eleanor  Lattin,  Dec.  8,  1807. 
Dennis  Chaney  m.  DeHlah  Beckett,  Aug.  17,  1818. 
Henry  Chaney  m.  Mary  Childs,  Jan.  21,  1814. 
John  Chaney  m.  Eliza  Russell,  Dec.  24,  181 7. 
Joseph  Chaney  m.  Elizabeth  Fitzgiles,  Jan.  10,  1809. 
Joseph  Chaney  m.  Susanna  Forde,  Dec.  26,  1811. 
Joseph  Chaney  m.  Anne  L.  Wood,  July  19,  1819. 
Le\-i  Chaney  m.  Henrietta  Lee,  Apr.  i,  1820. 
Rezin  Chaney  m.  Eleanor  Baldwin,  Mch.  24,  18 14. 
Richard  Chaney  m.  Ann  Cromwell,  June  24,  1808. 
Richard  Chaney  m.  Henny  Ryan,  Nov.  29,  1815. 
Richard  Chaney  m.  Susan  White,  Mch.  20,  1818. 
Samuel  Chaney  m.  Rebecca  Phelps,  Feb.  13,  1809. 
Thomas  Chaney  m.  Jemima  Godman,  Oct.  i,  1792. 
William  Chaney  m.  Sarah  Holton,  Feb.  23,  1797. 
William  Chaney  m.  Ann  Steuart,  Feb.  16,  1799. 
William  W.  Chaney  m.  Sarah  Roberts,  Aug.  31,  1804. 
Henry  H.  Chapman  m.  Mary  Davidson,  Jan.  i,  1799. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  425 

John  Chapman  m.  Susannah  Jackson,  May  18,  1793. 

Thomas  Chapman  m.  Clare  Taylor,  Sept.  4,  1792. 

William  Chapman  m.  Ann  Sellman,  June  22,  1781. 

William  Chapman  m.  Susannah  Gassaway,  Mch.  5,  1791. 

Cornelius  Chard  m.  Elizabeth  Moale,  June  25,  1781. 

Oliver  Chard  m.  Rebecca  Meeke,  Aug.  27,  1792. 

Jeremiah  T.  Chase  m.  Hesther  Baldwin,  June  24,  1779. 

John  Chase  m.  Penelopy  Blunt,  July  2,  1785. 

John  Chase  m.  Cecelia  Johnson,  May  27,  1820. 

Richard  M.  Chase  m.  Matilda  Green,  Nov.  25,  1806. 

Richard  M.  Chase  m.  Mary  Marriott,  Jan.  28,  1819. 

Thomas  Chase  m.  Matilda  Chase,  Oct.  17,  1816. 

Abraham  Cheney  m.  Mary  Curr>',  July  21,  1791. 

Benjamin  Cheney  m.  Rachel  Knighton,  Jan.  15,  1820. 

Elijah  Cheney  m.  Sarah  Groves,  Jan.  21,  1788. 

James  Cheney  m.  Sarah  Thorp,  July  16,  1791. 

John  Cheney  m.  Rachel  Benson,  Apr.  11,  1785. 

John  Cheney  m.  Priscilla  Hooper,  Jan.  8,  1808. 

Joseph  Cheney  m.  Sarah  Cheney,  Feb.  26,  1802. 

Joseph  Cheney  m.  EHzabeth  Conner,  Feb.  5,  1803. 

Richard  Cheney  m.  Sophia  Simpson,  Dec.  22,  1786. 

Thomas  Cheney  m.  Mary  Williams,  Dec.  3,  1798. 

John  Chew  m.  Mary  Wilson,  Feb.  i,  1787. 

Nathaniel  Chew  m.  Martha  Bird,  Feb.  16,  18 14. 

Philemon  Chew  m.  Ann  Maria  Bowie  Brooke,  Feb.  15,  1813. 

Richard  Chew  m.  Jane  Fisher,  Oct.  22,  18 10. 

Samuel  Chew  m.  Mary  Cockey,  Apr.  20,  1791. 

Samuel  Lloyd  Chew  m.  Dorothy  Harrison,  June  28,  1777. 

Benjamin  Childs  m.  Mary  Roberts,  Oct.  17,  1781. 

Benjamin  Childs  m.  Susannah  Griffith,  May  27,  1786. 

Benjamin  Childs  m.  Elizabeth  Munroe,  May  12,  1818. 

Cephas  Childs  m.  Ann  Welch,  June  21,  1785. 

Cephas  Childs  m.  Sarah  Miles,  Jan.  28,  1786. 

Cephus  Childs  m.  Pheby  Tannihill,  Dec.  25,  1794. 

Henry  Childs  m.  Sarah  Smith,  Jan.  24,  1793. 

Henry  Childs  m.  Mary  Tootell,  Jan.  23,  1809. 

Henry  Childs  m.  Mary  Whittington,  June  26,  1820. 

Isaac  Childs  m.  Eliz.  Deale,  Feb.  28,  1810. 

John  Childs  m.  Ann  Owings,  Apr.  30,  1778. 

John  Childs  m.  Mary  Ann  Hyde,  Feb.  3,  1812. 

John  Childs  m.  Sophia  Drury,  Jan.  7,  1818. 

Lewis  Childs  m.  Sarah  Watts,  Dec.  23,  1793. 


426     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

William  Childs  m.  Henrietta  Brown,  Dec.  26,  1785. 
William  Childs  m.  Ann  Trott,  Oct.  3,  1791. 
William  Childs  m.  EHzabeth  Fisher,  Feb.  5,  1812. 
Richard  Chilton  m.  Catherine  Brown,  Feb.  10,  1809. 
Archibald  Chisholm  m.  Elizabeth  Waters,  Sept.  22,  1777. 
Judson  M.  Clagett  m.  CaroHne  HesseHus,  Mch.  5,  1795. 
William  Claggett  m.  Elizabeth  Gibbs,  Dec.  11,  1792. 
Jonas  Clapham  m.  Catherine  Cooke,  Dec.  5,  1793. 
Abraham  Clarke  m.  Mima  Jones,  Dec.  18,  1792. 
Benjamin  Clarke  m.  Rachel  Chaney,  Mch.  15,  1788. 
Benjamin  Clarke  m.  Elizabeth  Gambrill,  Feb.  4,  1793. 
Benjamin  D.  Clarke  m.  Sarah  Yieldhall,  Mch.  5,  1807. 
David  Clarke  m.  Rachel  Warfield,  May  28,  1800. 
Frederick  Clarke  m.  Elizabeth  Rankin,  Nov.  16,  1784. 
Hezekiah  Clarke  m.  Eliz".  Stansbury,  Feb.  i,  1820. 
Jacob  Clarke  m.  Rebecca  Halbertee,  Feb.  4,  1809. 
Jacob  Clarke  m.  Ashsah  M-^Cauley,  May  28,  1814. 
John  Clarke  m.  Susannah  Lucus,  July  23,  1787. 
Joseph  Clarke  m.  Bell  Fergerson,  Nov.  3,  1777. 
Joseph  Clarke  m.  Anne  NichoUs,  July  29,  1793. 
Robert  Clarke  m.  Cassuck  Murrow,  June  i,  1780. 
Satterlee  Clarke  m.  Frances  E.  Whitcroft,  Sept.  22,  1810. 
William  Clarke  m.  Dinah  White,  Apr.  21,  1778. 
William  Clarke  m.  Levena  Warfield,  Sept.  30,  1780. 
William  Clarke  m.  Elizabeth  Clarke,  May  23,  1798. 
William  Clarke  m.  Lydia  Wheeler,  Dec.  9,  18 15. 
William  T.  Clarke  m.  Juliet  Gaither,  July  29,  1800. 
Abraham  Claude  m.  EHzabeth  Quynn,  Nov.  28,  1785. 
CorneHus  Claud  m.  Rhody  Robinson,  Feb.  20,  181 7. 
Dennis  Claude  m.  Anne  Jacob,  Feb.  13,  1816. 
Philip  Clayton  m.  Mary  Brewer,  Oct.  23,  1809. 
Francis  T.  Clements  m.  Sarah  Wall,  Feb.  28,  1795. 
Samuel  Coe  m.  Mary  Fowler,  Apr.  5,  1796. 
Samuel  Coale  m.  Anne  Winterson,  July  6,  1798. 
Thomas  Coale  m.  Elizabeth  Dorsey,  Dec.  18,  1798. 
Thomas  Coale  m.  Nancy  Burgess,  Jan.  5,  1803. 
William  Coale  m.  Catherine  Laughlin,  Mch.  28,  1793. 
William  Coale  m.  Margaret  Tucker,  Nov.  16,  1797. 
William  Coale  m.  Thomsee  Knighton,  Aug.  31,  1807. 
John  Coats  m.  Johanna  Phelps,  Nov.  14,  1783. 
William  Cobb  m.  Mary  Ann  Jackson,  July  8,  1816. 
Patrick  Cockran  m.  Mary  Bland,  Aug.  8,  1777. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  427 

William  Coe  m.  Eleanor  Devonish,  July  15,  1780. 

William  Coe  m.  Mary  Sears,  June  29,  1793. 

Thomas  Colbert  m.  INIary  Colligan,  Feb.  9,  1779. 

James  Cole  m.  Ann  Wilkins,  Nov.  28,  1777. 

John  Cole  m.  Eleanor  Hall,  Oct.  27,  1777. 

John  Cole  m.  Anne  Purdy,  Feb.  26,  1802. 

Thomas  Cole  m.  Sarah  Ridgely,  Oct.  i,  1781. 

William  Cole  m.  Caroline  Norman,  Jan.  19,  1819. 

Milton  Francis  Coleman  m.  Mary  Teresa  Murdock,  Apr.  24,  1819. 

Bannister  Collins  m.  Elizabeth  Hanshaw,  Feb.  13,  1810. 

James  ColHns  m.  Christian  T.  Daves,  Feb.  17,  1780. 

John  Babtist  Collins  m.  Elizabeth  Hannah,  Mch.  16,  1778. 

Thomas  Collins  m.  Isabella  Bowen,  Apr.  25,  1801. 

John  Collinson  m.  Ann  Tongue,  June  22,  1819. 

William  Collison  m.  Elizabeth  Whittington,  Sept.  29,  1808. 

W^illiam  Comrady  m.  EHzabeth  Griffin,  Jan.  26,  1807. 

Richard  Conn  m.  Sarah  Woodward,  Aug.  27,  1792. 

Da\'id  Conner  m.  Durkey  Burns,  Jan.  22,  1783. 

James  Conner  m.  Mary  Bevans,  Feb.  8,  1816. 

Marmaduke  W.  Conner  m.  Sarah  Ann  Vessels,  May  12,  1820. 

Richard  Conner  m.  Henrietta  Gott,  Jan.  31,  1786. 

William  Conner  m.  Eleanor  Wyvell,  Oct.  9,  1788. 

Addison  Connoway  m.  Mary  Welch,  Jan.  23,  1788. 

George  Connoway  m.  Elizabeth  Pettibone,  Apr.  11,  1798. 

Michael  Connoway  m.  Belinda  Jean,  July  24,  1792. 

Richard  A.  Contee  m.  Elizabeth  Rawlings,  Jan.  22,  1794. 

Peter  H.  Cook  m.  Lydia  Br\'an,  Nov.  11,  1820. 

Charles  Cooke  m.  Agnes  Burgess,  Nov.  24,  1795. 

Charles  Cooke  m.  Elizabeth  Long,  Aug.  26,  1796. 

George  Cooke  m.  Fanny  Cox,  Apr.  7,  1792. 

Henry  Cooke  m.  Anne  Allen  Pennington,  Jan.  21,  1815. 

Joseph  Cooley  m.  Eliza  Howes,  Dec.  5,  181 7. 

William  Cooley  m.  Ann  Harwood,  Dec.  22,  1777. 

John  Cooper  m.  Margaret  Maccoy,  Apr.  16,  1783. 

Robert  Copland  m.  Hetty  Long,  June  4,  1798. 

William  M.  Corcard  m.  Letty  Pryse,  Nov.  10,  1795. 

Henry  Corner  m.  Mary  Gott,  Nov.  6,  1796. 

Joseph  G.  Corner  m.  Susanna  W.  Franklin,  Aug.  24,  1819. 

Robert  Corse  m.  Eleanor  Yieldhall,  June  28,  1799. 

Henry  Coulter  m.  Anne  Clarke,  Sept.  23,  1802. 

James  Coulter  m.  Eleanor  Jones  Duvall,  June  30,  1808. 

John  Coulter  m.  Elizabeth  M'^Cubbin,  Oct.  4,  1798. 


428     MARYLAND   RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL   COUNTY 

William  Court  m.  Leticia  James,  Dec.  24,  1804. 

James  Cowan  m.  Jane  M^Hurd,  Feb.  28,  1789. 

Charles  Cowley  m.  Ann  Elizabeth  Deale,  July  24,  1790. 

John  Cowman  m.  Mary  Plummer,  Apr.  16,  1793. 

Joseph  Cowman  m.  Eleanor  W.  Hall,  Sept.  18,  1799. 

Joseph  Cowman  m.  Elizabeth  Watson,  June  30,  1806. 

PhiHp  Cowman  m.  EHzabeth  Shields,  Dec.  16,  1806. 

Thomas  Cowman  m.  Henrietta  Harwood,  Nov.  14,  1798. 

John  Cox  m.  Henrietta  Maria  Minskie,  May  12,  1778. 

Andrew  Coyle  m.  Elizabeth  Chisholm,  Dec.  26,  1807. 

Richard  L  Crabb  m.  Catherine  Chase,  Nov.  4,  1813. 

William  Craig  m.  Mary  Joice,  May  13,  1819. 

Robert  Craigs  m.  Sarah  Barry,  Mch.  30,  1782. 

Samuel  Cram  [Crane?]  m.  Dehlah  Mass,  [Moss?]  Mch.  7,  1791. 

Caleb  Crane  m.  Margaret  Smith,  July  4,  1805. 

Fred''.  Cramblick  m.  Rebecca  Day,  Jan.  7,  1797. 

Abel  Crandell  m.  Elizabeth  Mary  Lane,  Jan.  10,  1793. 

Adam  Crandle  m.  EHzabeth  Dove,  Feb.  19,  1778. 

Francis  Cranndall  m.  Susannah  Leach,  May  31,  1802. 

Francis  Crandell  m.  Anne  M'^Kenzie,  July  18,  1814. 

George  Crandell  m.  Jane  Parish,  Dec.  22,  1788. 

Henry  Crandell  m.  Anne  Woodfield,  Jan.  5,  1804. 

John  Crandell  m.  Susanna  Whittington,  July  i,  1809. 

Joseph  Crandell  m.  Rachel  Gardner,  Jan.  12,  1792. 

Rich''.  Crandell  m.  Priscilla  Gott,  Oct.  26,  1789. 

Thomas  Crandell  m.  Pamelia  Jackson,  Dec.  24,  1812. 

Thomas  Crandell  m.  Willy  Hinton,  Dec.  18,  1813. 

William  Crandell  m.  Amelia  Carr,  Aug.  10,  1791. 

Samuel  Crane  m.  Sarah  Cromwell,  Apr.  30,  1795. 

Thomas  Crane  m.  Mary  Dare,  Dec.  9,  1820. 

Basil  Crapster  m.  Harriet  Watkins,  Sept.  24,  1816. 

David  Crawford  m.  Elizabeth  Price,  Sept.  27,  1785. 

Isaac  Crayton  m.  Mary  Keene,  July  30,  1784. 

Charles  Creek  m.  Sophia  Wells,  May  27,  1814. 

Abel  Creendell  m.  Susanna  Crutchley,  Dec.  22,  1810. 

Henry  Crist  m.  EHzabeth  Pryse,  Sept.  5,  1795. 

John  Cromwell  m.  Rhody  Ridgely,  Jan.  28,  1813. 

Michael  Cromwell  m.  Chariotte  Williams,  Mch.  9,  1816. 

Oneal  Cromwell  m.  Sarah  Cromwell,  June  12,  1817. 

Thomas  Cromwell  m.  Elizabeth  Miller,  Oct.  9,  1812. 

Zachariah  Cromwell  m.  Sarah  Hall,  Mch.  31,  1809. 

Burton  Crosby  m.  Ann  Childs,  Jan.  i,  1785. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  429 

John  Crosby  m.  Rachel  Brown,  Jan.  4,  1786. 

Josias  Crosby  m.  Mary  Carr,  Feb.  10,  1784. 

Richard  Crosby  m.  EHzabeth  Norman,  Feb.  16,  1807. 

Richard  Crosby  m.  JuHet  Trott,  Feb.  25,  1818. 

John  Cross  m.  Jemima  Selby,  i\pr.  21,  1810. 

Joseph  Cross  m.  Patsey  Taylor,  Jan.  12,  1785. 

Thomas  Cross  m.  Elizabeth  Taylor,  Feb.  4,  1799. 

Thomas  Cross  m.  Harriett  Howard,  Jan.  21,  1804. 

Thomas  R.  Cross  m.  Area  Rockhold,  June  4,  1807. 

Joseph  Crouch  m.  Sarah  Little,  Aug.  29,  1780. 

Joseph  Crox  m.  Catharine  Seibert,  Sept.  8,  1785. 

Jesse  Crutchley  m.  Mary  Philips,  Dec.  21,  1791. 

Josh  Crutchley  m.  Mary  Phelps,  Aug.  2,  1814. 

Thomas  Crutchley  m.  Mary  Ann  Forster,  Dec.  6,  1784. 

Francis  Curen  m.  Mary  Cleverly,  Dec.  31,  1791. 

Michael  Curran  m.  Mary  Maybury,  Apr.  26,  1800. 

Philip  Curran  m.  Juliana  Dunn,  Oct.  21,  1805. 

Edward  Curten  m.  Ann  Davidson,  Apr.  29,  1785. 

Peter  Cuting  m.  Elizabeth  Johnson,  Apr.  11,  1780. 

Emanuel  Dadds  m.  Mary  Pierce,  Dec.  31,  1798. 

Joseph  Bryan  Dailey  m.  Mary  Childs,  Dec.  10,  1791. 

Joseph  Daley  m.  Priscilla  Darnall,  June  17,  1813. 

Thomas  Dalzell  m.  Margaret  Williams,  June  23,  1790. 

Samuel  Dames  m.  Mary  Ann  Lewis,  Jan.  24,  1804. 

Aaron  Dannison  m.  Henrietta  Burton,  Dec.  17,  1803. 

Elijah  Danison  m.  Rachel  Chaney,  Nov.  8,  1808. 

Caleb  Darby  m.  Elizabeth  Ray,  Dec.  9,  1783. 

Samuel  Darley  [Darby?]  m.  Verlin  Carr,  Nov.  14,  1781. 

Henry  Darnall  m.  Pamelia  Dawson,  Nov.  26,  1814. 

Thomas  Darnelson  m.  Elizabeth  Cheney,  Oct.  12,  1799. 

Azel  Daxndge  m.  Tomsey  Sewell,  Oct.  25,  1779. 

Israel  Da\'idson  m.  Mary  Stockett,  Sept.  13,  1817. 

James  Davidson  m.  Milley  Read,  Feb.  16,  1787. 

James  Davidson  m.  Mary  Stewart,  Feb.  28,  1792. 

John  Da\adson  m.  Ann  M"=Cauley,  Jan.  10,  1788. 

John  Davidson  m.  Anna  Maria  L.  Grason,  Sept.  22,  1796. 

William  Da\adson  m.  Rebecca  \^'alker,  Oct.  8,  1795. 

Richard  Davinson  m.  Milea  Fran'.  Wayman,  Apr.  29,  1783. 

CorneHus  Davis  m.  Elizabeth  Taylor,  Aug.  29,  18 14. 

Daniel  Davis  m.  Mary  Whitaker,  Apr.  30,  1785. 

George  Davis  m.  Catharine  Green,  Jan.  28,  1785. 

James  Davis  m.  Susan  Lusby,  Oct.  8,  1801. 


430     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

John  Davis  m.  Sarah  Ditty,  May  26,  1808. 
Robert  Davis  Jn'.  m.  Ann  Collins,  July  6,  1778. 
Robert  Davis  m.  Mary  Fairborne,  June  4,  1803. 
Robert  Davis  m.  Rainer  Ann  Queen,  May  i,  1819. 
Samuel  Davis  m.  Elizabeth  Merriken,  Aug.  25,  1800. 
Samuel  Davis  m.  Eliza  Ann  Earle,  May  27,  1807. 
Thomas  Davis  m.  Catherine  Worthington,  Apr.  18,  1796. 
Thomas  Davis  m.  Rebecca  Beard,  June  6,  1800. 
Thomas  Davis  m.  Elizabeth  Kilman,  Oct.  15,  1805. 
Thomas  Davis  m.  Mary  Beard,  May  7,  1814. 
William  Da\'is  m.  Anne  Stewart,  Sept.  4,  1795. 
WiUiam  Davis  m.  Elizabeth  Davis,  Jan.  11,  1804. 
Richard  Daw  m.  Elizabeth  Disney,  June  27,  1795. 
James  Dawson  m.  EHzabeth  Norris,  Apr.  5,  1798. 
Jonas  Dawson  m.  Ann  Johnson,  Apr.  11,  1785. 
Jonas  Dawson  m.  Mary  SumberHn,  Dec.  13,  1814. 
Joseph  Dawson  m.  EHzabeth  Thompson,  June  3,  1779. 
William  Dawson  m.  Mary  Shepphard,  Sept.  30,  1818. 
Edward  Day  m.  Sarah  Lewis,  May  2,  1799. 
John  Day  m.  Martha  Pennington,  Mch.  4,  181 1. 
Nathaniel  Day  m.  Ann  Brashares,  Feb.  15,  1803. 
James  Deale  m.  Elizabeth  Sherbrett,  Oct.  19,  1802. 
James  Deale  m.  Mary  Franklin,  Feb.  9,  1805. 
Marlin  Deale  m.  Rachel  Franklin,  Feb.  9,  1808. 
Nathaniel  Deale  m.  Rachel  Crosby,  June  27,  1794. 
Samuel  Deale  m.  EHzabeth  David,  Feb.  19,  1787. 
Samuel  Deale  m.  Eleanor  Norman,  Sept.  23,  1793. 
Samuel  Deale  m.  Susanna  Miles,  July  7,  1818. 
William  Deale  m.  Ann  Norris,  June  2,  1777. 
WilHam  Deale  m.  Rachel  Gott,  Nov.  14,  1797. 
John  Deaver  m.  Onner  Roth,  Aug.  3,  1789. 
Moses  Deaver  m.  EHzabeth  Disney,  Feb.  8,  1794. 
William  DeBlois  m.  Catharine  Nixon,  Dec.  4,  1786. 
John  Deborough  m.  Mary  Hammond,  May  12,  1796. 
Benjamin  Deford  m.  Ann  Hutton,  Dec.  21,  1798. 
Daniel  Delozier  m.  Ann  Higinbotham,  Nov.  3,  1791. 
Thomas  S.  Denny  m.  Mary  Norris,  Jan.  15,  1800. 
John  Dent  m.  Eleanor  Cecil,  Apr.  2,  1787. 
James  Deroachbroom  m.  Mary  Blunt,  July  31,  1785. 
WilHam  Derochbroon  m.  Elizabeth  Joice,  July  14,  1797. 
Robert  Denny  m.  Augusta  Green,  Feb.  5,  1789. 
Thomas  Dew  m.  Catherine  Scrivener,  Jan.  31,  1816. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  431 

William  Didenoven  [Dielenoven?]m.  Polly  Welch,  Sept.  30,  1793. 

Thomas  Diffenderffer  m.  Elizabeth  Sewell,  Dec.  7,  181 1. 

Edward  Disney  m.  Ann  Phelps,  Nov.  4,  1778. 

Edward  Disney  m.  Margaret  Watkins,  Dec.  i,  1795. 

James  Disney  m.  Mary  Weems,  Mch.  22,  1783. 

John  T.  Disney  m.  Eliz^  Shepherd,  Dec.  21,  1820. 

Mordecai  Disney  m.  Amelia  Porter,  Feb.  8,  1785. 

Richard  Disney  m.  Ariana  Porter,  Aug.  21,  1784. 

Richard  Disney  m.  Mar>'  Watkins,  Feb.  28,  1786. 

Richard  Disney  m.  Sarah  Lawrence  Disney,  Nov.  6,  1799. 

Richard  Disney  m.  Rachel  Disney,  July  24,  1802. 

Richard  Disney  m.  Priscilla  Disney,  Nov.  27,  1819. 

Snowden  Disney  m.  Rachel  Deaver,  Oct.  29,  1793. 

Thomas  Disney  m.  Deborah  Williams,  Apr.  24,  1802. 

William  Disney  m.  Ruth  Spurrier,  Feb.  21,  1794. 

Roger  Ditty  m.  Sarah  Jacob,  Mch.  8,  1797. 

Archibald  Dobbins  m.  Mary  Knapp,  Sept.  6,  1794. 

Thomas  Doane  m.  Hanna  Vineyard,  Dec.  12,  1795. 

Samuel  Done  m.  Elizabeth  Stallings,  Feb.  3,  1816. 

Henry  Dodson  m.  Henney  Ganell,  Aug.  10,  1819. 

John  Dodson  m.  Eleanor  Howard,  Feb.  13,  1778. 

John  M.  Donald  m.  Elizabeth  Babington,  Dec.  15,  1777. 

Aaron  Donaldson  m.  Mary  Little,  June  29,  1781. 

Elijah  Donaldson  m.  Mary  Ann  Cheney,  Dec.  29,  1781. 

Levy  Donalson  m.  Eleanor  Low,  Dec.  5,  1804. 

Rezin  Donaldson  m.  Ann  Dove,  Dec.  7,  1802. 

Richard  Donaldson  m.  Rachel  Waters,  Mch.  3,  1783. 

Richard  Donaldson  m.  Margaret  Rhodes,  Apr.  24,  1798. 

Richard  Donaldson  m.  Rebecca  Marriott,  Nov.  10,  1806. 

Thomas  Donaldson  m.  Caroline  Waters,  Oct.  23,  1819. 

Simon  Donnely  m.  Eleanor  Maguire,  Sept.  15,  1798. 

Benedict  Dorsey  m.  Margaret  Watkins,  Apr.  20,  1789. 

Daniel  Dorsey  m.  Eleanor  Dorsey,  Feb.  17,  1779. 

Edward  Hill  Dorsey  m.  Eleanor  Pue,  Oct.  i,  1798. 

Ely  Dorsey  m.  Sarah  Worthington,  Sept.  3,  1778. 

Henry  H.  Dorsey  m.  Mary  Wright,  Sept.  21,  1795. 

John  Dorsey  m.  Margaret  Boone,  Mch.  19,  1782. 

John  W.  Dorsey  m.  Rachel  Warfield,  Oct.  2"],  1779. 

John  Dorsey  m.  Mary  Ann  Hammond,  Nov.  20,  1815. 

Joshua  Dorsey  m.  Margaret  Watkins,  Mch.  9,  1787. 

Philip  Dorsey  m.  Cassandra  Burgess,  Sept.  12,  181 5. 

Reuben  N.  Dorsey  m.  Sarah  D.  Meriweather,  Nov.  17,  1820. 


432     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Richard  Dorsey  m.  Anne  Wayman,  Feb.  13,  1796. 

Richard  Dorsey  m.  Anne  Warfield,  Nov.  4,  1797. 

Thomas  Beale  Dorsey  m.  Sarah  Dorcey  Merrewether,  Nov.  28,  1797. 

Thomas  H.  Dorsey  m.  Ann  Dorsey,  May  15,  181 1. 

Vachel  Dorsey — of  Vachel  m.  Sarah  Nelson,  Apr.  9,  1783. 

Vachel  Dorsey  m.  EHzabeth  Dorsey,  Mch.  19,  1798. 

Jo'.  Dove  m.  EHzabeth  Gardiner,  Sept.  8,  1787. 

John  Dove  m.  Dinah  Wilmot,  Dec.  7,  1781. 

John  Dove  m.  Mary  Lambeth,  Jan.  10,  1798. 

John  Dove  m.  Nancy  Ford,  Dec.  29,  1802. 

Samuel  Dove  m.  Anne  Carr,  Nov.  4,  1801. 

Charles  Dovel  m.  Ann  Sprall,  July  9,  1777. 

Richard  Dowell  m.  Lydia  Dew,  Dec.  20,  1788. 

Richard  Dowell  m.  Sarah  Sellman,  July  23,  1813. 

Thomas  Draen  m.  Elizabeth  Todd,  July  14,  1791. 

Richard  Drane  m.  Sarah  Gwinn,  Feb.  4,  1806. 

Charles  Drury  m.  Mary  Eversfield,  Oct.  17,  1794. 

Charles  Drury  m.  Margaret  King,  June  i,  1797. 

Henry  C.  Drury  m.  Elizabeth  Mills,  May  16,  1806. 

Henry  C.  Drury  m.  Sarah  Elson,  Nov.  25,  1808. 

Henry  C.  Drury  m.  Elizabeth  Franklin,  Dec.  2,  1816. 

Irvingham  Drury  m.  Sarah  Hill,  Apr.  14,  1790. 

Jerningham  Drury  m.  Sarah  Simmons,  Sept.  29,  1801. 

Samuel  Drury  m.  Ann  Irams,  May  29,  1779. 

William  Drury  m.  Margaret  Miles,  Mch.  22,  1806. 

William  Drury  Jn^  m.  Maria  Smith,  Nov.  13,  1816. 

Allen  Bowie  Duckett  m.  Margaret  Howard,  Oct.  17,  1799. 

Basil  Duckett  m.  Sophia  MuUiken,  Feb.  13,  1798. 

Richard  Duckett  m.  Elizabeth  Howard,  Dec.  20,  1804. 

Thomas  Duckett  m.  Ann  Cowman,  June  7,  1788. 

Edward  Dudley  m.  Sarah  Record,  May  16,  1791. 

John  Dudow  m.  Sarah  Susan  Dorsett,  Apr.  20,  1812. 

James  Dulshier  m.  Mary  Townshend,  Oct.  3,  1812. 

Benjamin  Dungan  m.  Eleanor  Griffin,  May  11,  1812. 

Joseph  Dungee  m.  Mary  Welch,  Sept.  i,  1803. 

George  Dunn  m.  Rachel  Smith,  Sept.  14,  181 8. 

John  Dunn  m.  Milley  Cooper,  Mch.  12,  1795. 

Patrick  Dunn  m.  Judith  Donnovan,  June  2,  1786. 

Abraham  Duvall  m.  Eleanor  Chaney,  Dec.  5,  1792. 

Colmore  Duvall  m.  EHzabeth  Peach,  Feb.  5,  1791. 

Dennis  Duvall  m.  Rachel  Cross,  Jan.  6,  1816. 

Enus  Duvall  m.  Elizabeth  Nicholson,  Dec.  23,  1794. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  433 

Ephraim  Duvall  m.  Jemima  Hazle,  July  21,  1793. 
Henry  Duvall  m.  Elizabeth  Boone,  Sept.  16,  1800. 
Henry  Duvall  m.  Mary  Winchester,  Apr.  9,  1810. 
Howard  Duvall  m.  Elizabeth  Duvall,  Nov.  27,  1788. 
Howard  Duvall  m.  Susanna  Duvall,  Dec.  12,  1806. 
Jacob  Duvall — Son  of  Jn°.  m.  Jemima  Anne  Taylor,  July  27,  1791. 
John  Duvall  m.  Rebecca  Rawlings,  Nov.  24,  1798. 
John  W.  Duvall  m.  Ann  Miller,  Dec.  21,  1813. 
Joseph  H.  Duvall  m.  Mable  Taylor,  Dec.  22,  1808. 
Lewis  Duvall  m.  Elizabeth  Wheeler,  Oct.  3,  1777. 
Lewis  Duvall  m.  Sarah  Harwood,  Nov.  22,  1800. 
Mareen  H.  Duvall  m.  Dorothy  Allen,  May  6,  1801. 
Nathan  Duvall  m.  Elizabeth  Glover,  Dec.  30,  1807. 
Noah  Duvall  m.  Anne  Eaglin,  May  i,  1795. 
Richard  Duvall  m.  Margaret  Duvall,  May  i,  1817. 
Samuel  Duvall  m.  Mary  Duvall,  Oct.  24,  1808. 
Samuel  B.  Duvall  m.  Jemima  Jones,  Jan.  27,  1796. 
WilHam  Duvall  m.  Anne  Tucker,  Mch.  14,  1807. 
Zachariah  Duvall  m.  Susan  Welsh,  Oct.  27,  18 14. 
Thomas  Dyer  m.  Anne  Miles,  July  i,  1790. 
Abraham  Dykus  m.  Margaret  Mewshaw,  June  19,  1784. 
Thomas  Earle  m.  Susanna  Weedon,  Oct.  16,  1787. 
Thomas  Earle  Jn'.  m.  Susanna  Thompson,  Dec.  22,  1816. 
Samuel  Easton  m.  Sarah  Winterson,  Jan.  10,  1801. 
Charles  W.  Eaton  m.  Sarah  Phelps,  Feb.  10,  1790. 
Richard  Eaton  m.  Judith  Richardson,  Oct.  13,  1784. 
Tho\  Henderson  Edelen  m.  Care  Williams  Tuck,  Oct.  28,  1813. 
Edward  Edgerly  m.  Sarah  Parsons,  Mch.  6,  1803. 
John  Edmondson  m.  Susanna  Howard,  Mch.  28,  1799. 
Benjamin  Edwards  m.  Ann  Burton,  Apr.  i,  1797. 
Cadwallader  Edwards  m.  Sarah  Chalmers,  Nov.  17,  1786. 
John  Edwards  m.  Jane  All,  Feb.  14,  1778. 
Thomas  Edwards  m.  Rachel  Beard,  Oct.  17,  1796. 
William  Edwards  m.  Ann  Chalmers,  June  20,  1789. 
Zedekiah  Egell  m.  Elizabeth  Burke,  Jan.  3,  1818. 
Elijah  Elder  m.  Mary  Davidge,  July  23,  1778. 
Britainham  Eldridge  m.  Achsah  Ridgely,  Dec.  21,  1801. 
James  Elixon  m.  Priscilla  Phips,  Jan.  27,  1804. 
Daniel  Elliott  m.  Jemima  Howard,  Aug.  14,  1788. 
Howard  Elliott  m.  Sarah  Johnson,  Oct.  23,  1813. 
Howard  EUett  m.  Nancy  Jacobs,  Aug.  25,  1815. 
James  Elliott  m.  Sarah  Bash,  Jan.  21,  1789. 
29 


434    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

James  Elliott  m.  Elizabeth  Aliller,  Dec.  23,  1813. 

John  Elliott  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  July  12,  1787. 

Richard  Elliott  m.  Mary  Purdy,  Jan.  31,  1794. 

Robert  ElHott  m.  Martha  Cadle,  Jan.  8,  1779. 

Robert  Elliott  m.  Ann  Lewis,  Jan.  23,  1787. 

Samuel  Elliott  m.  Mary  Richardson,  Sept.  16,  1780. 

Samuel  Elliott  m.  EHzabeth  Baldwin,  Dec.  15,  1783. 

Thomas  Elliott  m.  Elizabeth  Knighton,  Dec.  i,  1784. 

John  Elthani  m.  Jane  Moore,  Feb.  28,  1778. 

Caleb  Ely  m.  Elizabeth  Duck,  July  19,  1780. 

William  Emmerson  m.  Mary  Reamer,  Dec.  29,  1819. 

William  Ennis  m.  Sarah  Atsuel,  May  22,  1802. 

William  Ennis  m.  Catherine  Iglehart,  Jan.  8,  1820. 

William  Erring  m.  Rachel  Brewer,  July  3,  1790. 

Mathew  Errixson  m.  Ann  Sollars,  May  24,  1793. 

William  Earickson  m.  Ann  Wright,  Sept.  3,  1800. 

Rezin  Estep  m.  Eleanor  Ireland,  July  26,  1787. 

Benjamin  Evans  m.  Maria  Bracher,  June  i,  1805. 

Daniel  Evans  m.  Eleanor  Purdy,  Dec.  13,  1805. 

Henry  Evans  m.  Catherine  Wright,  Jan.  26,  1795. 

Hugh  Williams  Evans  m.  Mary  Ann  Johnson,  Apr.  25,  1815. 

Richard  Evans  m.  Judah  Price,  Apr.  14,  1796. 

Richard  Evans  m.  Hannah  Evans,  Apr.  14,  1796. 

Samuel  Evans  m.  Rachel  Moore,  June  6,  1789. 

Thomas  Evans  m.  Sarah  Husk,  Dec.  15,  1777. 

W".  Marshall  Eversfield  m.  Mary  Lane,  Jan.  28,  1794. 

Richard  Evison  m.  Lydia  Evans,  Mch.  21,  1809. 

Jesse  Ewell  m.  Rachel  B.  Weems,  May  23,  1804. 

Francis  Fairbrother  m.  Mary  Newbury,  May  3,  1780. 

Benjamin  Fairall  m.  Elizabeth  Green,  Feb.  20,  1817. 

Horatio  Fairall  m.  Mary  Warfield,  Feb.  15,  1819. 

Jason  Farall  m.  Elizabeth  Cadle,  Feb.  17,  1816. 

Levi  Fairall  m.  Comfort  Chaney,  Nov.  27,  18 10. 

Thomas  Fairall  m.  Alley  Griffith,  July  11,  1801. 

Cornelius  Fanton  m.  Elizabeth  Bryan,  Mch.  28,  1778. 

Caleb  Fennell  m.  Eleanor  Torp,  Jan.  18,  1788. 

William  Fennell  m.  Anne  Joice,  Dec.  27,  1792. 

Leo  Fenwick  m.  Ann  E.  Childs,  May  4,  1819. 

Richard  Fenwick  m.  Ann  Welch,  June  15,  1784. 

Demus  Fields  m.  EHzabeth  Robinson,  Apr.  24,  1794. 

Richard  Fish  m.  Sarah  Pumphrey,  Mch.  21,  18 10. 

John  Fisher  m.  Axsah  Musgrove,  Dec.  18,  1778. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  435 

John  Fisher  m.  Margaret  Eaglin,  May  i,  1795. 

Lewis  Fisher  m.  Mary  Childs,  Mch.  16,  1784. 

Marlin  Fisher  m.  Rebecca  Chalk,  Feb.  i,  1783. 

Thomas  Fisher  m.  Mary  Richardson,  Sept.  25,  1817. 

William  Fisher  m.  Elizabeth  Ward,  Nov.  21,  1806. 

William  Fisher  m.  Henrietta  Conner,  Oct.  16,  1816. 

Dan'.  Dulany  Fitzhugh  m.  Margaret  Murray  Maynadier,  Jan.  4,  1810. 

Patrick  Flaherty  m.  Maria  Wheland,  Oct.  i,  1798. 

Benjamin  Fleetwood  m.  Dolly  Gwinn,  Jan.  3,  1807. 

Richard  Flemming  m.  Jane  Rurke,  Nov.  16,  1782. 

William  Fleming  m.  Ann  Sewell,  June  25,  1796. 

Richard  Foggell  m.  Ann  HoUyday,  Apr.  12,  1784. 

Richard  Foggett  m.  Artridge  Phips,  Jan.  17,  1809. 

Casper  Foible  m.  Judah  Woodburn,  Jan.  13,  1785. 

Daniel  Ford  m.  Catherine  Atwell,  Jan.  19,  1819. 

John  Ford  m.  Margaret  Cheney,  Dec.  17,  1816. 

Joseph  Ford  m.  Margaret  Wood,  Mch.  19,  1779. 

Joseph  Ford  m.  Mary  Wood,  Dec.  24,  1781. 

Joseph  Ford  m.  Eleanor  Lambeth,  July  16,  1817. 

William  Ford  m.  Elizabeth  Phips,  June  16,  1785. 

Henry  Foreman  m.  Eleanor  Hancock,  Aug.  i,  1810. 

John  Foreman  m.  Anne  Mash,  Jan.  17,  1804. 

John  Forman  m.  Mary  White,  Nov.  19,  1807. 

Joseph  Foreman  m.  Lucretia  Lange,  Jan.  24,  1782. 

Joseph  Foreman  m.  Ann  Robinson,  June  5,  1792. 

Joseph  Foreman  m.  Mary  Chaney,  Sept.  25,  1809. 

Leonard  Foreman  m.  Ann  Cary  Thomas,  Oct.  23,  1816. 

Samuel  Foreman  m.  Rebecca  Robinson,  Feb.  8,  1804. 

William  Foreman  m.  Henrietta  Drane,  Jan.  2,  1783. 

John  Forrister  m.  Sarah  Hodges,  Jan.  9,  1781. 

Basil  Forster  m.  Mary  Penn,  Apr.  2,  1778. 

Benjamin  Forster  m.  Elizabeth  Faire,  Jan.  30,  1794. 

John  Forster  m.  Sarah  Innis,  Dec.  20,  1783. 

Joseph  Forster  m.  Elizabeth  Grover,  Nov.  25,  1788. 

John  Forty  m.  Sarah  Price,  Oct.  29,  1803. 

Balack  Fowler  m.  Sarah  Fairall,  Dec.  21,  1792. 

Daniel  Fowler  m.  Mary  Smith,  Aug.  4,  18 10. 

Elie  Fowler  m.  Sarah  Elliott,  Mch.  25,  1807. 

George  Fowler  m.  Thomas  Childs,  May  23,  1801. 

James  Fowler  m.  Mary  Woodfield,  Aug.  21,  1789. 

John  Fowler  m.  Hannah  Mayo,  Sept.  5,  1789. 

Mark  Fowler  m.  Sarah  Taylor,  Feb.  9,  1796. 


436    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Rezin  Fowler  m.  Rachel  Sewell,  Dec.  i8,  1797. 

William  Fowler  m.  Elizabeth  Craig,  Feb.  2,  1780. 

George  Fox  m.  Rebecca  Holloway,  Dec.  21,  1791. 

George  Fox  m.  Mary  Sambling,  Dec.  10,  1799. 

James  Fox  m.  Ruth  Holland,  June  13,  1785. 

Samuel  Foxcroft  m.  Susan  Brown,  Dec.  31,  1817. 

WilHam  Foxcroft  m.  EHzabeth  Reynolds,  Nov.  6,  1790. 

John  Francis  m.  Araminta  Foreman,  July  21,  1785. 

Benjamin  Franklin  m.  Harriet  Allien,  Oct.  30,  1818. 

John  Franklin  m.  Mary  Hopkins,  Mch.  25,  1783. 

John  Franklin  m.  Harriet  Conner,  Oct.  26,  1818. 

Richard  Franklin  m.  Ann  Duvall,  July  30,  1777. 

Robert  Franklin  m.  Elizabeth  Gott,  May  13,  1793. 

Thomas  FrankHn  m.  Eliza  Mackubin,  Nov.  26,  1808. 

Thomas  FrankHn  m.  EHz".  Shaw,  Nov.  12,  18 18. 

WilHam  Franklin  m.  Isabella  Franklin,  Jan.  12,  1779. 

WilHam  Franklin  m.  Charity  ColHson,  Apr.  7,  1790. 

Daniel  Frazier  m.  Elizabeth  Whittington,  Jan.  30,  1799. 

James  Frazier  m.  Anne  Duckett,  Dec.  6,  1794. 

Richard  Frazier  m.  Mary  Duckett,  Dec.  29,  1785. 

WilHam  Frazier  m.  Sarah  Jones,  Jan.  21,  1780. 

John  Freeburgher  m.  Ann  Babbs,  Sept.  8,  18 10. 

William  Freeman  m.  Mary  Woodfield,  Mch.  10,  1819. 

Nicholas  French  m.  Rebecca  Chaney,  Sept.  22,  1802. 

John  Fulford  m.  Mary  Smith,  June  6,  1785. 

Thomas  Furlong  m.  Elizabeth  Brown,  Aug.  10,  1803. 

Dermis  Gaither  m.  Elizabeth  Disney,  Dec.  14,  1810. 

Ephraim  Gaither  m.  Nancy  Simpson,  Dec.  10,  1792. 

Ephraim  Gaither  m.  Sarah  EHz".  Goldsborough,  May  16,  1820. 

Jerrard  Gaither  m.  Agnes  Gaither,  May  16,  1787. 

John  Gaither  m.  Sarah  Carter,  Dec.  31,  1816. 

John  M.  Gaither  m.  Henrietta  Lusby,  Nov.  12,  1818. 

Joshua  Gaither  m.  Ruth  Gaither,  Nov.  15,  181 7. 

Ralph  Gaither  m.  Sarah  Rowles,  Oct.  9,  1788. 

Seth  Gaither  m.  Rebecca  Yieldhall,  Jan.  24,  1778. 

Vachel  Gaither  m.  Ruth  Marriott,  Oct.  25,  1782. 

William  Gaither  m.  Margaret  Ann  Dorsey,  Dec.  26,  18 12. 

Zachariah  Gaither  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  Aug.  29,  1781. 

James  Galloway  m.  Mary  Shepard,  Aug.  29,  1818. 

Amos  Gambrill  m.  Ann  Urguhart,  Dec.  8,  1802. 

Augustine  Gambrill  m.  Maria  Baldwin,  July  20,  1795. 

Augustine  Gambrill  m.  Rebecca  Williams,  Oct.  29,  1806. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  437 

George  Gambrill  m.  Julia  Ann  Brown,  Feb.  3,  1817. 

Rezin  Gambrill  m.  Mary  Gaither,  Dec.  31,  1777. 

Richard  Gambrill  m.  Elizabeth  Marriott,  May  g,  1798. 

Ste^'ens  Gambrill  m.  Eliz".  Cjambrill,  May  9,  1820. 

Thomas  Gambrill  m.  Belinda  Bright,  Apr.  i,  1809. 

William  Gambrill  m.  Nelia  Williams,  Sept.  21,  1802. 

William  Gambrill  m.  Martha  Peach,  Oct.  26,  1803. 

Henry  Gantt  m.  Sarah  H.  Weems,  Oct.  17,  1801. 

Benjamin  Gardiner  m.  Mary  Brashears,  Nov.  19,  1796. 

Charles  Gardiner  m.  Sarah  liams,  Sept.  20,  1783. 

James  Gardiner  m.  Welimena  Parker,  Nov.  16,  1787. 

James  Gardiner  m.  Eleanor  M'^Cauley,  Feb.  19,  1814. 

John  Gardiner  m.  Tomsey  Vineyard,  Dec.  2,  1807. 

John  Gardiner  m.  Rebecca  Robinson,  Jan.  26,  1819. 

John  Gardiner  m.  Providence  Russell,  Feb.  16,  1819. 

Jn°.  M^'Pherson  Gardiner  m.  Sophia  Gassaway,  Nov.  i,  1805. 

Richard  Gardiner  m.  Ann  Merrikin,  Nov.  22,  1787. 

Samuel  Gardiner  m.  Ann  Riston,  July  14,  1818. 

Thomas  Gardiner  m.  Pro\adence  Connaway,  Feb.  29,  1780. 

Thomas  Gardiner  m.  Susanna  Brewer,  Mch.  13,  1820. 

William  Gardiner  m.  Elizabeth  Nicholson,  Mch.  26,  1807. 

Zachariah  Gardiner  m.  Rebecca  Stewart,  May  (Mch?)  25,  1815. 

Abraham  Gardner  m.  Catherine  Litchfield,  Aug.  26,  1796. 

Benjamin  Gardner  m.  Susanna  Brashears,  Jan.  2,  1805. 

Charles  Gardner  m.  Margaret  Seward,  Jan.  5,  1779. 

Edward  Gardner  m.  Sarah  Phips,  Dec.  17,  1793. 

George  Gardner  m.  Martha  Parker,  July  11,  1786. 

George  Gardner  m.  Aimy  (?)  Owings,  Dec.  31,  1791. 

George  Gardner  m.  Margaret  Hopkins,  June  20,  1797. 

James  Gardner  m.  Onner  Selby,  Feb.  13,  1799. 

John  Gardner  m.  EHzabeth  Greenwell,  Nov.  7,  1812. 

Obed  Gardner  m.  Elizabeth  Goldsmith,  Nov.  26,  1794. 

Samuel  Gardner  m.  Ann  Day,  Apr.  18,  1810. 

William  Gardner  m.  Catherine  Shepherd,  May  21,  1795. 

William  Gardner  m.  Frances  Hemwood,  Dec.  12,  1797. 

William  Gardner  m.  Ann  Due,  Aug.  4,  1804. 

Benjamin  Garner  m.  EHzabeth  Parrott,  Dec.  22,  1785. 

Benjamin  Garner  m.  Eleanor  Pierce,  Dec.  15,  1795. 

CorneHus  Garretson  m.  Mary  Crandel,  June  8,  1816. 

George  Garston  m.  Ann  Drane,  Sept.  16,  1779. 

Thomas  Garston  m.  Susanna  Hansliff,  Mch.  26,  1785. 

Jehosephat  Gartrell  m.  Rachel  Carr,  July  23,  1783. 


438     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Stephen  Gartrell  m.  Mary  Cole,  Feb.  15,  1779. 

Leonard  Gary  m.  Henrietta  Miles,  Feb.  2,  1791. 

Lloyd  Gary  m.  Ann  Jar\^s,  May  i,  1792. 

Elie  Gassaway  m.  Rachel  Howard,  Feb.  i,  1783. 

Henry  Gassaway  m.  Margaret  Selman,  Feb.  3,  1787. 

Henry  Gassaway  m.  Levena  Killman,  Dec.  6,  1807. 

John  Gassaway  m.  Mary  Quynn,  Jan.  i,  1788. 

John  Gassaway  m.  Elizabeth  Price,  Sept.  27,  1799. 

Louis  Gassaway  m.  Rebecca  Henry,  June  17,  1809. 

Nicholas  Gassaway  m.  Amelia  Isreal,  Jan.  7,  1791. 

Denton  Geoghegan  m.  Elizabeth  Shipley,  Dec.  18,  1802. 

Robert  Geoghegan  m.  Henrietta  Griffith,  Sept.  13,  1782. 

Robert  Getty  m.  Margaret  Willmot,  Dec.  27,  1808. 

Reverdy  Ghiselin  m.  Anne  Robosson,  Feb.  19,  1798. 

Reverdy  Ghiselin  m.  Margaret  Bowie,  Dec.  24,  1804. 

Thomas  Gibbs  m.  Mary  Chisholm,  Jan.  15,  1805. 

John  Gibson  m.  Ann  Ridout,  Oct.  25,  1785. 

Robert  Gifford  m.  Hannah  Meeke,  Mch.  14,  1793. 

Stephen  Gill  m.  Hester  Kenady,  Sept.  21,  1813. 

Jacob  Gillan  m.  Lyddy  Jackson,  Nov.  28,  1782. 

John  Gillison  m.  Sarah  Smithers,  Dec.  26,  1786. 

George  Gilpin  m.  Jane  Peters,  Feb.  19,  1780. 

William  Glover  m.  Eleanor  M'^Kellen,  Sept.  13,  1786. 

Frederick  Goatee  m.  Laurra  Randall,  Feb.  3,  1800. 

Archibald  Golder  m.  Sarah  Ashmead,  Apr.  4,  1782. 

Archibald  Golder  m.  EHzabeth  Howard,  Mch.  28,  1812. 

Richard  Goldsborough  m.  Nackey  Worthington,  July  22,  1793. 

Thomas  Goldsborough  m.  Maria  Thomas,  Sept.  17,  1801. 

William  Goldsborough  m.  Sarah  Worthington,  Nov.  8,  1792. 

Edward  Godman  m.  Matilda  Grace,  July  5,  1786. 

Edward  Godman  m.  Margaret  Smith,  Jan.  8,  1791. 

Humphrey  Godman  m.  Rachel  Hall,  Apr.  23,  1783. 

William  Goodman  m.  Sarah  Green,  Mch.  22,  1796. 

William  Goodman  m.  Sarah  Goodman,  Mch.  7,  1818. 

John  Goodwin  m.  Sarah  Benton,  Aug.  8,  1812. 

Richard  Goodwin  m.  Mary  Henshaw,  Jan.  3,  1786. 

Richard  Goodwin  m.  Sarah  Rawlings,  Feb.  5,  1800. 

Nicholas  Gorsuch  m.  Mary  Gravishitt,  Aug.  22,  1788. 

Mordecai  Gosnell  m.  Estha  Crandel,  Aug.  10,  1819. 

Ezekiel  Gott  m.  Mary  Childs,  Sept.  5,  1783. 

Ezekiel  Gott  m.  Ann  Allen,  Jan.  30,  1790. 

John  Gott  m.  Sarah  Carter,  Mch.  7,  1799. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  439 


Richard  Gott  m.  Sarah  ColHson,  Jan.  12,  1802. 
Samuel  Gott  m.  Amelia  M.  OReielly,  June  16,  181 7. 
William  Gough  m.  Mary  Anne  Abbot,  Oct.  2,  1790. 
Robert  Goves  m.  Alary  Mills,  Feb.  24,  1781. 
Edward  Gownd  m.  Henrietta  Sansbury,  Sept.  27,  1788. 
Gutloop  Grammer  m.  Kitty  Countryman,  Oct.  i,  1791. 
Charles  Gray  m.  Sarah  Laraton,  June  16,  1797. 
Edward  R.  Gray  m.  Ellen  Foreman,  July  24,  1820. 
Elijah  Gray  m.  Mary  Lawton,  Nov.  10,  1787. 
Greenbury  Gray  m.  Susanna  Chaney,  Aug.  3,  1789. 
John  Gray  m.  Ann  Jacob,  Mch.  10,  1781. 
John  Gray  m.  Anne  Todd,  Oct.  18,  1792. 
John  Gray  m.  Rachel  Atwell,  Nov.  20,  1802. 
John  Gray  m.  Charlotte  Boone,  Nov.  8,  1815. 
Matthias  Gray  m.  Rachel  Crouder,  June  15,  1818. 
Reuben  Gray  m.  Rachel  Robinson,  Apr.  14,  1807. 
Richard  Gray  m.  Eleanor  Richardson  July  9,  1796. 
Thomas  Gray  m.  Anna  Evans,  Apr.  14,  1796. 
Jacob  Green  m.  Mary  Talbot,  Jan.  17,  1809. 
Jacob  Green  m.  Elizabeth  Bird,  Jan.  30,  1812. 
John  Green  m.  Fanny  Brown,  Apr.  14,  1781. 
John  Green  m.  Achsah  Burgess,  Nov.  27,  1781. 
Lancelot  Green  m.  Mary  Selby,  Dec.  22,  1784. 
Lancelet  Green  m.  Elizabeth  Carr,  Oct.  28,  1794. 
WiUiam  Green  m.  Anne  M^Near,  June  22,  1793. 
WilHam  Green  m.  Mary  Sands,  Dec.  21,  1797. 
W"".  Sanders  Green  m.  Mary  Harwood,  May  28,  1808. 
Frederick  Greenwood  m.  Mary  Robb,  May  5,  1784. 
John  Gregory  m.  Elizabeth  Godfrey,  Aug.  4,  1784. 
Nicholas  Gremel  m.  Elizabeth  Wright,  Mch.  18,  1794. 
Charles  Griffin  m.  Rachel  Marriott,  Feb.  3,  1816. 
John  Griffin  m.  Elizabeth  Crandell,  Mch.  23,  1785. 
John  Griffin  m.  Nancy  Sprigg,  June  8,  1813. 
Richard  Griffin  m.  Nancy  Kirby,  Nov.  8,  1813. 
Benjamin  Griffith  m.  Mary  Nowell,  Dec.  17,  1799. 
Dennis  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Ridgely,  Jan.  20,  1785. 
Edward  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Trott,  Apr.  15,  1786. 
Hugh  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Lavin,  June  24,  1790. 
John  Griffith  m.  Mary  Barefoot,  May  26,  1798. 
Joseph  Griffith  m.  Sarah  Turner,  Dec.  27,  1816. 
Joshua  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Ridgely,  May  10,  1798. 
Lewis  Griffith  m.  Sarah  Steward,  Dec.  13,  1789. 


440     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Lewis  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Wy\all,  Feb.  i,  1816. 

Nicholas  Griffith  m.  Anne  Ridgely,  Dec.  14,  1791. 

Robert  Griffith  m.  Betsey  Boone,  Apr.  4,  1787. 

Samuel  Griffith  m.  Elizabeth  Trott,  July  27,  1796. 

Richard  Grimes  m.  Anne  Wood,  Nov.  22,  1792. 

William  Grimes  m.  Margaret  Gibbons,  July  22,  1815. 

Charles  Grist  m.  Ann  Smart,  Apr.  10,  1780. 

Simon  Gross  m.  Mary  Lewis,  Aug.  14,  1787. 

John  Groves  m.  Jane  Ball,  May  16,  1791. 

Jn°.  Constantine  Mar'SoUon  Groves  m.  Rosalie  Margaret  Mury,  Apr. 

1 801. 
Joshua  Groves  m.  Sarah  Boyd,  Feb.  7,  1793. 
Solomom  Groves  m.  Sarah  King,  Feb.  14,  1792. 
John  Guyer  m.  Margaret  Dixon,  Aug.  14,  1790. 
Bennett  Gwinn  m.  Mary  Belt,  Jan.  13,  1795. 
John  Gwinn  m.  Louisa  Ann  Hobbs,  Nov.  5,  1817. 
Samuel  Hackett  m.  Margaret  Bristol,  Mch.  4,  1796. 
Robert  Haddoway  m.  Jane  Randall,  Feb.  25,  1813. 
Peter  Hagner  m.  Frances  Randall,  Apr.  22,  1806. 
Daniel  Hall  m.  Margaret  Macclesh,  Jan.  24,  1812. 
Daniel  Hall  m.  Susan  Fowler,  July  25,  1814. 
Edward  Hall  m.  Mary  Stevenson,  Mch.  8,  1790. 
Elisha  Hall  m.  DeHlah  Ricketts,  Sept.  14,  1801. 
George  Hall  m.  Rebecca  Frost,  Nov.  23,  1809. 
Henry  Hall  m.  Rachel  Harwood,  June  23,  1787. 
Henry  Hall  m.  Arianna  Stevenson,  Apr.  18,  1797. 
Henry  Augustus  Hall  m.  Anne  Lyles  Estep,  Nov.  i,  1814. 
Henry  Sprigg  Hall  m.  Ann  Garston,  Sept.  29,  1803. 
John  Hall  m.  Ann  Dawley,  Sept.  28,  1785. 
John  Hall  m.  Mary  Williams,  Feb.  22,  1808. 
John  Hall  m.  Charlotte  Johnson,  Aug.  4,  1813. 
John  Stephen  Hall  m.  Elizabeth  D.  Boyd,  Nov.  5,  1789. 
Joseph  Hall  m.  Harriett  A.  Sellman,  Feb.  23,  1802. 
Joshua  Hall  m.  Priscilla  Woodfield,  Feb.  i,  1791. 
Nathaniel  Hall  m.  Susanna  Phelps,  Feb.  28,  1778. 
Nathaniel  Hall  m.  Delilah  Williams,  Nov.  13,  1812. 
Richard  Hall  m.  Sarah  Cowman,  Jan.  14,  1789. 
Richard  Hall  m.  Mary  Connway,  June  5,  1802. 
Richard  Hall  m.  Eleanor  Cadle,  Jan.  26,  181 1. 
Richard  Hall  m.  Martha  Jones,  June  11,  1814. 
Thomas  Hall  m.  Ann  Duckett  Anderson,  Jan.  26,  1807. 
Thomas  H.  Hall  m.  Henrietta  Cowman,  Feb.  5,  1806. 


]\IARRIAGE   LICENSES  441 

Thomas  W.  Hall  m.  AIar\-  Anne  Hall,  Oct.  24,  181 6. 

William  Hall  m.  Martha  Duckett,  Apr.  6,  1782. 

William  Hall  m.  Margaret  Watkins,  Jan.  21,  1788. 

William  Hall  m.  Caroline  Weedon,  Sept.  14,  1820. 

William  I.  Hall  m.  Margaret  Harwood,  Nov.  18,  1819. 

Denton  Hammond  m.  Sarah  Hall  Baldwin,  Aug.  17,  1805. 

Henr}'  Hammond  m.  Henny  Stinchcomb,  Dec.  22,  1794. 

Hezekiah  Hammond  m.  Margaret  Lambeth,  Dec.  16,  1801. 

Hezekiah  Hammond  m.  Sarah  Lambeth,  June  7,  1809. 

James  Hammond  m.  Else  Holmes,  Nov.  9,  1786. 

John  Hammond  m.  Harriet  Dorsey,  Mch.  22,  1820. 

Lloyd  Hammond  m.  Mary  Hammond,  Mch.  21,  1795. 

Lloyd  T.  Hammond  m.  Elizabeth  IMereweather,  Nov.  7,  1803. 

Matthias  Hammond  m.  Eliza  Brown,  May  7,  1812. 

Philip  Hammond  m.  Elizabeth  Wright,  July  17,  1784. 

Philip  Hammond  Jn^  m.  Juha  Ann  Hammond,  Mch.  i,  1814. 

Edward  Hampton  m.  Mary  Ann  Bryan,  Jan.  13,  1779. 

Benjamin  Hancock  m.  Sarah  Jenkins,  Mch.  31,  1803. 

Benjamin  Hancock  m.  Marj^  Pierce,  July  25,  1816. 

Francis  Hancock  m.  Jemima  Selby,  Dec.  5,  1798. 

Nathaniel  Hancock  m.  Sophia  Gray,  May  17,  1788. 

Nathaniel  Hancock  m.  Ruth  Fox,  May  15,  1795. 

Stephen  Hancock  m.  Anne  Cromwell,  Jan.  15,  1801. 

Da^^d  Hanlon  m.  Harriet  Moss,  Feb.  27,  1808. 

Nicholas  Hanna  m.  Elizabeth  Lee,  Feb.  18,  1779. 

Samuel  Hannah  m.  Mary  Marshall,  Jan.  19,  1790. 

William  Hanna  m.  Sarah  Turner,  Feb.  3,  1778. 

Benjamin  Hanshaw  m.  Eliz^.  Joice,  Dec.  27,  1820. 

Charles  Hanshaw  m.  Nancy  Hanshaw,  June  8,  1814. 

John  Hanshaw  m.  Anne  Goodwin,  Dec.  8,  1785. 

Lloyd  Hanshaw  m.  Matilda  Clarage,  June  11,  1817. 

James  Hanskan  m.  Hervine  Thompson,  Apr.  28,  1781. 

Alexander  C.  Hanson  m.  Rebecca  Howard,  June  4,  1778. 

Alexander  C.  Hanson  Jn^  m.  Pricilla  Dorsey,  June  24,  1805. 

John  Hanson  m.  Rebecca  Hammond,  Feb.  16,  1779. 

William  Hanson  m.  Helen  Gray,  Feb.  2,  1788. 

William  Hanson  m.  Deborah  Burland,  June  29,  1797. 

Benjamin  D.  Hardesty  m.  Sarah  Griffin,  Sept.  14,  1818. 

Edmund  Hardesty  m.  Ruth  Chaney,  Dec.  22,  1792. 

Frederick  Hardesty  m.  Rachel  Watts,  July  12,  1791. 

Henry  Herdesty  m.  Ann  Letman,  June  28,  1777. 

John  Hardesty  m.  Agnes  Nettles,  June  29,  1803. 


442     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Joshua  Hardesty  m.  Elizabeth  Wood,  Jan.  25,  1814. 

Matthew  Hardesty  m.  Elizabeth  Williams,  Jan.  2,  1805. 

Thomas  Hardesty  m.  Ann  Chaney,  Jan.  3,  1797. 

Thomas  Hardesty  m.  Achsah  Simmons,  Nov.  24,  1819. 

William  Hardesty  m.  Eleanor  Whittington,  Mch.  3,  1810. 

John  Harding  m.  Sarah  Graham,  Apr.  20,  1809. 

George  Hardy  m.  Susanna  Phelps,  Dec.  24,  1806. 

James  Harv^ey  m.  Artridge  Norris,  Dec.  13,  1784. 

Robert  G.  Harper  m.  Catherine  Carroll,  May  7,  1801. 

Samuel  Harper  m.  Else  Collister,  Nov.  4,  1795. 

Joshua  Harris  m.  Lucy  Rummells,  Feb.  19,  1797. 

Samuel  Harris  m.  Clare  Legg,  Mch.  9,  1778. 

Samuel  Harris  m.  Jane  Gott,  Dec.  7,  1784. 

Thomas  Harris  Jn^  m.  Eleanor  Davidson,  Oct.  31,  1795. 

Benjamin  Harrison  m.  Deborah  Ghiseline,  Dec.  12,  1787. 

Elisha  Harrison  m.  Ann  Chew,  May  14,  1787. 

James  Harrison  m.  Elizabeth  Walker,  Feb.  21,  1811. 

James  Harrison  m.  Catherine  Miller,  Jan.  5,  1813. 

John  Harrison  m.  Rachel  Deale,  Jan.  28,  1780. 

Joseph  G.  Harrison  m.  Matilda  B.  Wood,  May  22,  1816. 

Richard  Harrison  m.  Mary  Norris,  Apr.  17,  1782. 

Samuel  Harrison  m.  Susanna  Johns,  June  13,  1778. 

Samuel  Harrison  m.  Mary  Steuart,  June  7,  1808. 

Daniel  Hart  m.  Harriet  Smith,  Nov.  18,  1813. 

James  Harvey  m.  Martha  Boyd  Groves,  July  29,  1796. 

Benjamin  Harwood  of  Rh-*.  m.  Henrietta  Battee,  Oct.  5,  181 1. 

Benj"  Harwood  of  Pr''.  m.  Peggy  H.  Hall,  Nov.  4,  1820. 

Henry  H.  Harwood  m.  Eliza.  Lloyd,  Feb.  14,  1805. 

John  Harwood  m.  Elizabeth  Camden,  Dec.  8,  1790. 

John  Harwood  m.  Mary  Newton  Brewer,  Apr.  21,  1798. 

Joseph  Harwood  m.  Anne  Chapman,  Sept.  22,  1802. 

Noble  Harwood  m.  Mary  Harwood,  Oct.  28,  1796. 

Osborn  Harwood  m.  Elizabeth  Ann  Harwood,  Oct.  31,  1791. 

Richard  Harwood  m.  Lucy  Battee,  May  29,  1806. 

Richard  Harwood  of  Tho'.  m.  Sarah  Callahan,  Mch.  29,  1803. 

Richard  Harwood  m.  Elizabeth  Sefton,  Jan.  24,  1810. 

Richard  H.  Harwood  m.  Anne  C.  Green,  Oct.  23,  1798. 

Robert  Harwood  m.  Mary  Goodwin,  Dec.  22,  1796. 

Thomas  Harwood  of  Benj.  m.  Charlotte  Vallotte,  Jan.  12,  1805. 

Thomas  Harwood  m.  Mary  Stevart,  Dec.  26,  1820. 

William  Harwood  m.  Naomi  Watkins,  July  5,  1806. 

John  Haslup  m.  Alary  Griffith  White,  Oct.  17,  1800. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  443 

John  Hathaly  m.  Sarah  Ann  Brown,  Dec.  21,  1813. 

Archibald  Hawkins  m.  Mary  Queen,  Jan.  10,  1817. 

Elias  Hayden  m.  Rachel  Hopper,  Dec.  23,  1779. 

Elias  Hayden  m.  Rachel  Carroll,  Dec.  24,  1784. 

Charles  Hayes  m.  EHzabeth  Ennis,  Dec.  22,  1818. 

William  Hays  m.  Sarah  Ryan,  Mch.  27,  1780. 

Caleb  Hazle  m.  Jemima  James,  July  8,  1785. 

Edward  Hazle  m.  Catherine  Connoway,  Dec.  23,  1 791. 

James  Heard  m.  Martha  Young,  Oct.  11,  181 7. 

Edward  Heath  m.  Mary  Garner,  Nov.  13,  1798. 

Robert  Heath  m.  Ann  Gardner,  Feb.  29,  1808. 

Robert  Heath  m.  Ann  Johnson,  May  23,  1812. 

William  Heath  m.  Mary  Atwell,  Aug.  28,  1778. 

William  Heath  m.  Wilhelmina  Brashears,  Sept.  14,  181 1. 

William  Hedes  m.  Rachel  Herren,  Feb.  14,  1798. 

Robert  Hendle  m.  Catherine  Roberts,  Aug.  28,  1813. 

Thomas  Hendry  m.  Margaret  Slicer,  Nov.  13,  1819. 

Thomas  Henry  m.  Ann  Nicholson,  Feb.  5,  1788. 

John  Hinson  m.  Sarah  Morgan,  Dec.  10,  1787. 

Charles  Henwood  m.  Sarah  Burton,  May  10,  1794. 

Vachel  Henwood  m.  Nancy  Price,  Jan.  27,  1808. 

William  Henwood  m.  Mary  Stevens,  June  2,  1794. 

Edward  Herbert  m.  Ann  Middleton,  Mch.  13,  1788. 

W^illiam  Hesterly  m.  Mary  Polton,  Apr.  15,  1778. 

Thomas  Hewitt  m.  Margaret  Chalmers,  Feb.  5,  1791. 

Geo.  Washington  Higgins  m.  Ann  Luckland,  Dec.  24,  1798. 

Henry  Higgs  m.  Grace  Owens  Mch.  i,  1785. 

Joshua  Clarke  Higgins  m.  Priscilla  Laville,  Nov.  3,  1792. 

James  Higley  m.  Anne  Johnson,  Apr.  17,  1805. 

Abell  Hill  m.  Sarah  Childs,  Jan.  28,  1794. 

Joseph  Hill  m.  Susannah  Hill,  Feb.  8,  1782. 

Morgan  Hill  m.  Mary  L.  Childs,  Apr.  23,  1816. 

Morgan  Hill  m.  Althea  Brown,  Jan.  6,  1818. 

Richard  Hill  m.  Margaret  Drury,  Jan.  23,  1816. 

William  Hill  m.  Margaret  Hutton,  Dec.  10,  1792. 

Benjamin  Hilton  m.  Hester  Taylor,  Feb.  4,  1813. 

John  Hilton  m.  Rebecca  Gardner,  Mch.  28,  1798. 

John  Hilton  m.  Eleanor  Pearce,  Apr.  16,  1802. 

Osborn  Hinton  m.  Nancy  Wheeler,  Nov.  6,  1805. 

Thomas  Hinton  m.  Lilly  Griffith,  Jan.  4,  1795. 

WilHam  Hinton  m.  Ann  Turner,  Feb.  6,  1787. 

John  Hoberth  m.  EHz.  Hardesty,  Oct.  27,  1 791. 


444     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Charles  R.  Hobbs  m.  Comfort  Eliz".  Bigford,  Oct.  19,  1793. 
Noah  Hobbs  m.  Rachel  Warfield,  Feb.  15,  1780. 
William  Hobbs  m.  Lydia  Warfield,  Oct.  6,  1779. 
Henry  Hodge  m.  Sarah  M''Cauley,  Apr.  21,  1795. 
Benjamin  Hodges  m.  Elizabeth  Jenings,  Oct.  13,  1808. 
Henry  Hodges  m.  Mary  Sappington,  Aug.  15,  1799. 
Thomas  Brooke  Hodgkin  m.  Elizabeth  Towes,  Oct.  6,  1779. 
Jacob  Hoffman  m.  Hester  Ashmund,  June  23,  1790. 
Christopher  Hohne  m.  Mary  Holland,  Jan.  7,  1792. 
Charles  Holland  m.  Sarah  Gardner,  July  20,  1799. 
Edward  Holland  m.  Jane  Sullivan,  June  14,  1777. 
Edward  Holland  m.  Mary  Simson,  Dec.  28,  1793. 
Edward  Holland  m.  Eliza  Wason,  Feb.  24,  18 10. 
Henry  Holland  m.  Nancy  Ray,  Nov.  16,  1784. 
Henry  S.  Holland  m.  Susan  Darnall,  June  21,  1814. 
Isaac  Holland  m.  Jane  Steward,  Apr.  24,  1790. 
Isaac  Holland  m.  Delilah  Sands,  June  4,  181 1. 
Isaac  Holland  Jn^  m.  Mary  Shepheard,  Apr.  26,  1820. 
James  Holland  m.  Mary  Ann  M'^Kenzie,  Dec.  21,  1789. 
James  Holland  m.  Anne  Sands,  Feb.  13,  1806. 
John  Holland  m.  Margaret  Griffith,  Apr.  13,  1789. 
Joseph  Holland  m.  Ann  Curr,  Dec.  i,  1783. 
Nehemiah  Holland  m.  Ann  Glover,  Aug.  25,  1812. 
Hezekiah  HoUiday  m.  Hannah  Disney,  May  24,  18 14. 
John  HoUyday  m.  Sarah  Childs,  Dec.  9,  1778. 
John  Hollyday  m.  Mary  Knighton,  May  7,  1787. 
John  Hollyday  m.  Mary  Chalk,  Nov.  28,  1787. 
Thomas  Holliday  m.  Sarah  Phipps,  Sept.  17,  1816. 
John  Hollydayoke  m.  Eleanor  Parrott,  May  31,  1814. 
Daniel  Holloway  m.  Sarah  Rodwell,  Oct.  11,  1791. 
Hezekiah  Holloway  m.  Harriet  Kimble,  Sept.  13,  1803. 
Nicholas  Holliway  m.  Elizabeth  Atkinson,  Feb.  8,  1817. 
William  Holloway  m.  Anne  Wilson,  Aug.  16,  1791. 
Westol  Meek  Holme  m.  Ann  Sophia  Cross,  Oct.  19,  1820. 
William  Holmes  m.  Else  Williams,  July  3,  1780. 
John  Holston  m.  Mary  Dow,  June  14,  1785. 
Benjamin  Hood  m.  Sally  Wayman,  June  5,  1797. 
Joshua  Hood  m.  Ann  Pumphrey,  Dec.  6,  1819. 
Henry  Hoodward  m.  Mary  White,  June  14,  1791. 
John  Hooper  m.  Mary  Tucker,  Nov.  i,  1798. 
John  Hooper  m.  Mary  Tucker,  Jan.  2,  1806. 
Nicholas  Hooper  m.  Mary  Ridgely,  Mch.  15,  1803. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  445 

Gerrard  Hopkins  m.  Patience  Hopkins,  Sept.  29,  1801. 
George  Hopkins  m.  Sarah  Henwood,  Dec.  8,  1790. 
Isaac  H.  Hopkins  m.  Rachel  Watkins,  May  5,  1808. 
JoHnger  Hopkins  m.  Martha  Stockett,  Nov.  16,  1813. 
Joseph  Hopkins  m.  Sally  Duvall,  Mch.  28,  1804. 
Joseph  Hopkins  m.  Anne  Lusby,  June  8,  1810. 
Philip  Hopkins  m.  Mary  Mabberly,  Oct.  30,  1777. 
Philip  Hopkins  m.  Mary  Blunt,  June  26,  1802. 
Rezin  Hopkins  m.  Nancy  Cooley,  Dec.  26,  1810. 
Richard  Hopkins  m.  Hannah  Hammond,  Mch.  2,  1789. 
Samuel  Hopkins  m.  Hessy  Trott,  Dec.  24,  1795. 
Samuel  G.  Hopkins  m.  Anne  S.  Hall,  Oct.  18,  1814. 
William  Hopkins  m.  Eleanor  Sunderlin,  Dec.  18,  1784. 
William  Hopkins  m.  Margaret  Pindell,  June  20,  1807. 
Benjamin  Hopper  m.  AmeHa  Wright,  Feb.  27,  1798. 
Beale  Howard  m.  Nancy  Carman,  Mch.  24,  1810. 
Burgess  Howard  m.  Elizabeth  Macbridge,  May  14,  1778. 
Burgess  Howard  m.  EHzabeth  OFlaherty,  July  6,  1778. 
Hezekiah  Howard  m.  Airy  Carr,  Nov.  7,  1816. 
Samuel  H.  Howard  m.  Mary  Higinbotham,  Apr.  24,  1789. 
Thomas  Howse  m.  Mary  Smith,  Dec.  26,  1792. 
Thomas  Howson  m.  EHzabeth  Flemming,  Feb.  9,  1780. 
Alexander  Hoy  m.  Fanny  Basford,  Jan.  15,  1803. 
George  Hoyle  m.  Anne  Childs,  Nov.  23,  1813. 
Jeremiah  Hughes  m.  Priscilla  Jacob,  July  8,  1807. 
James  Hughes  m.  Elizabeth  Sears,  Jan.  22,  1780. 
James  Humphreys  m.  Mary  Shields,  Aug.  21,  1781. 
John  Humphreys  m.  Ann  Bender,  Jan.  i,  1784. 
James  Hunt  m.  Matilda  Lowney,  Nov.  19,  1782. 
James  Hunter  m.  Sarah  M'^Cubbin,  Oct.  21,  1797. 
James  Hunter  m.  EHzabeth  Glover,  May  17,  1810. 
James  Hunter  m.  Mary  Miller,  May  20,  1819. 
John  Hunter  m.  Margaret  Mahoney,  Aug.  11,  1796. 
John  Hurst  m.  EHzabeth  Broome,  Mch.  23,  1793. 
Charles  Hutton  m.  Mary  Gardner,  Apr.  6,  1794. 
Henry  Hutton  m.  EHzabeth  Gott,  July  16,  1783. 
James  Hutton  m.  Sarah  Shearbert,  Mch.  2,  1791. 
Jonathan  Hutton  m.  Eliza  Plain,  July  26,  1814. 
Richard  G.  Hutton  m.  Mary  Armiger,  Dec.  i,  181 7. 
Samuel  Hutton  m.  Margaret  Pinkney,  Aug.  18,  1782. 
William  Hutton  m.  EHzabeth  Nowel,  Jan.  12,  1802. 
William  Hutton  m.  Rachel  Crandell,  Dec.  10,  1802. 


446     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Daniel  Tho'.  Hyde  m.  Ann  Merriken,  Sept.  4,  1818. 
John  Hyde  m.  Sarah  Wells,  Feb.  21,  1789. 
Thomas  Hyde  m.  Rebecca  Mantle,  Oct.  27,  1792. 
Abednego  Hyett  m.  Mary  Elson,  Feb.  2,  1788. 
Joseph  Ice  m.  Belinda  Vernon,  July  31,  1781. 
Dennis  Iglehart  m.  Catherine  Atwell,  Dec.  24,  1810. 
Jacob  Iglehart  m.  Anne  Beall,  Jan.  24,  1798. 
James  Iglehart  m.  Ann  Sellman,  Jan.  9,  1788. 
John  Iglehart  m.  Rachel  Nichols,  Feb.  4,  1797. 
John  Iglehart  m.  Eleanor  Smoot,  Apr.  10,  1811. 
Leonard  Iglehart  m.  Juliana  Watkins,  Nov.  28,  181 1. 
Rezin  Iglehart  m.  Hester  Watkins,  Dec.  14,  1805. 
Richard  Iglehart  m.  Sarah  Stockett,  Nov.  27,  1797. 
William  Iglehart  m.  Anne  Smith,  Dec.  24,  1802. 
Gassaway  I  jams  m.  Ann  Pearce,  Nov.  14,  1804. 
John  Ijams  m.  Susanna  Taylor,  June  5,  1778. 
John  Ijams  m.  Rachel  Marriott,  Feb.  15,  1794. 
Samuel  liams  m.  Mary  Ratliff,  Feb.  i,  1779. 
Thomas  liams  m.  Ann  Neale,  Nov.  7,  1780. 
William  limes  m.  Charity  Ryan,  Jan.  5,  1782. 
Snowden  Ingmore  m.  Margaret  Cheney,  Dec.  3,  1790. 
William  Inis  m.  Margaret  Jonis,  July  18,  1817. 
Richard  Isaac  m.  Ann  Williams,  July  3,  1784. 
Joseph  Isaac  m.  Alle  Belt,  Oct.  24,  1789. 
Sutton  Isaacs  m.  Elizabeth  Clarke,  Feb.  6,  1795. 
Charles  Ivery  m.  Ruth  Neale,  Jan.  13,  1779. 
Thomas  Ivory  m.  Elizabeth  Pearce,  Jan.  5,  1804. 
Thomas  Ivory  m.  Polly  Brigdell,  Apr.  3,  1807. 
James  Jackson  m.  Ann  Stewart,  Oct.  12,  1786. 
John  Jackson  m.  Nancy  Powell,  Dec.  22,  1795. 
John  Jackson  m.  Ruth  Meeke,  Oct.  5,  1797. 
John  Jackson  m.  Mary  White,  Apr.  2,  1801. 
Ezekiel  Jacob  m.  Ann  Davis,  Mch.  9,  1781. 
John  Jacob  m.  Mary  Davis,  June  16,  1798. 
John  Jacob  m.  Frances  M'Cauley,  Jan.  9,  1809. 
Joseph  Jacob  m.  Elizabeth  Gray,  Jan.  21,  1790. 
Richard  Jacob  m.  Anne  Johnson,  Apr.  2,  1801. 
Robert  Jacob  m.  Anne  Welch,  Feb.  13,  1801. 
James  Jacobs  m.  Ann  M'^Cauley,  Mch.  5,  1810. 
James  Jacobs  m.  Mary  Journey,  June  11,  1816. 
John  Jacobs  m.  Margaret  Carroll,  Nov.  25,  1779. 
John  Jacobs  m.  Margaret  Carroll,  Dec.  16,  1780. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  447 

Joseph  Jacobs  m.  Dalinda  Little,  June  14,  1794. 
Samuel  Jacobs  m.  Elizabeth  Gray,  July  4,  1780. 
William  D.  Jacobs  m.  Artridge  Journe,  Nov.  16,  1806. 
Benjamin  James  m.  Christian  Disney,  Dec.  24,  1804. 
Nathan  James  m.  Barbara  Joice,  Dec.  24,  1807. 
William  Jeames  m.  Susanna  Lusby,  Sept.  19,  1789. 
William  James  m.  Frances  Ray,  Apr.  16,  1804. 
William  James  m.  Dinah  Warfield,  Mch.  10,  1807. 
William  James  m.  Sarah  Boone,  Oct.  29,  1813. 
John  Jarrett  m.  Sarah  Fisher,  Feb.  14,  1811. 
John  Jarv'is  m.  Ann  Yieldell,  Jan.  5,  1788. 
John  Jar\^s  m.  Mary  Ross,  Nov.  12,  1790. 
William  Jennings  m.  EHzabeth  Ann  Macgill,  Oct.  17,  1796. 
Baker  Johnson  m.  Catherine  Worthington,  Dec.  8,  1784. 
Charles  Johnson  m.  Anna  Burton,  Sept.  9,  1783. 
Charles  Johnson  m.  Aria  Johnson,  June  28,  1814. 
Christopher  Johnson  m.  Mary  Gambrill,  May  3,  1802. 
Elisha  Johnson  m.  Ann  Miles,  May  21,  1806. 
Henr>' Johnson  m.  Polly  Stevens,  Nov.  25,  1794. 
Henry  Johnson  m.  Ruth  Johnson,  Mch.  31,  1799. 
John  Johnson  m.  Delilah  Lusby,  June  18,  1789. 
John  Johnson  m.  Deborah  GhiseHn,  Jan.  9,  1794. 
John  Johnson  m.  Abigail  Edwards,  July  11,  1795. 
John  Johnson  m.  Ary  Robertson,  July  24,  1798. 
J ohnsey  Johnson  m.  Anne  Burton,  Apr.  15,  1797. 
Lander  Johnson  m.  Rebecca  Robinson,  Jan.  2,  1793. 
Landa  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Williams,  Dec.  3,  1798. 
Lloyd  Johnson  m.  Cordelia  Pumphrey,  Dec.  8,  18 19. 
Nicholas  Johnson  m.  Anne  Johnson,  Dec.  7,  1803. 
Oneal  Johnson  m.  Nancy  Henwood,  June  7,  1814. 
Richard  Johnson  m.  Minah  Mobberly,  Jan.  17,  1781. 
Richard  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Henwood,  Sept.  28,  1799. 
Robert  Johnson  m.  Catherine  GhiseHn,  Jan.  11,  1792. 
Robert  Johnson  m.  Anne  Price,  May  27,  1793. 
Robert  Johnson  m.  Mary  Burton,  Dec.  i,  1817. 
Samuel  Johnson  m.  Anne  Smith,  Dec.  27,  1807. 
Samuel  Johnson  m.  Ann  E.  Brown,  Mch.  3,  1814. 
Silas  Johnson  m.  Rebecca  Travers,  Nov.  22,  1814. 
Solomon  Johnson  m.  Rachel  Johnson,  Apr.  3,  1817. 
Thomas  Johnson  m.  Durkey  Mabberly,  Mch.  3,  1781. 
Thomas  Johnson  m.  Charlotte  Hasselius,  June  5,  1792. 
Thomas  Johnson  m.  Alia  Meeke,  Feb.  21,  1797. 


448     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Thomas  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Phillips,  Feb.  20,  1802. 

William  Johnson  m.  Mary  Arnold,  May  12,  1782. 

WilHam  Johnson  m.  Ann  Davis,  Apr.  12,  1786. 

WiUiam  Johnson  m.  Mary  Davidson,  June  29,  1798. 

William  Johnson  m.  Ann  Luithicum,  June  5,  1799. 

WilHam  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Norman,  June  23,  1800. 

William  Johnson  m.  Mary  Davis,  Nov.  5,  1800. 

WilHam  Johnson  m.  Mary  Thomas,  May  18,  1815. 

Zachariah  Johnson  m.  Elizabeth  Ray,  July  21,  1794. 

Zachariah  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Cromwell,  Dec.  6,  1809. 

Zachariah  Johnson  m.  Rachel  Burton,  Dec.  24,  1814. 

Zachariah  Johnson  m.  Priscilla  Mace,  Jan.  10,  1817. 

Zachariah  Johnson  m.  Sarah  Goodwin,  Aug.  29,  181 5. 

Zachariah  Johnson  Sn^  m.  Elizabeth  Pumphrey,  Dec.  15,  181 8. 

George  Joice  m.  Mary  Ann  Johnson,  Dec.  16,  181 8. 

Richard  Joice  m.  Nancy  Arnold,  Jan.  31,  181 1. 

Richard  Joyce  m.  Nina  Reynolds,  Jan.  21,  1815. 

Stephen  Joice  m.  EHzabeth  Yieldhall,  Jan.  15,  1801. 

Stephen  Joice  m.  Betsy  Thomas,  Oct.  13,  1806. 

Thomas  Joice  m.  Sarah  Watts,  Jan.  3,  1795. 

William  Joice  m.  EHzabeth  Yieldhall,  Sept.  9,  1789. 

Anthony  Jones  m.  Nancy  Brown,  Apr.  24,  1787. 

Benjamin  Jones  m.  Mary  Ann  Myers,  Dec.  31,  1777. 

Benjamin  Jones  m.  Anne  Eattry,  Feb.  6,  1795. 

Charles  Jones  m.  Mary  Miller,  Apr.  10,  1786. 

David  Jones  m.  Jamima  Robinson,  Jan.  4,  1781. 

Ezekiel  Jones  m.  Ruth  Warfield,  Feb.  21,  1792. 

Henry  Jones  m.  Rebecca  Knighton,  Oct.  4,  1777. 

Henry  Jones  m.  Mary  Elliott,  Jan.  6,  1807. 

Henry  Jones  m.  Martha  Tillard,  Feb.  15,  1814. 

Isaac  Jones  m.  Mary  Duvall,  Nov.  6,  1794. 

Isaac  Jones  m.  Sarah  Hopkins,  Jan.  26,  1807. 

Isaac  Jones  m.  Ann  Waters,  Jan.  11,  1808. 

Jason  Jones  m.  Rebecca  Griffith,  Dec.  23,  1785. 

Jason  Jones  m.  Elizabeth  Thompson,  Nov.  25,  1799. 

Jeremiah  Jones  m.  Sarah  Waters,  Dec.  19,  1800. 

John  Jones  m.  Rachel  Atkison,  May  28,  1792. 

John  Jones  m.  Sarah  Philips,  Oct.  7,  1802. 

John  O.  Jones  m.  Mary  Steuart,  Mch.  24,  1804. 

Nathan  Jones  m.  Eleanor  Waters,  Feb.  10,  1819. 

Philip  Jones  m.  Deborah  M^Cauley,  July  7,  1787. 

Richard  Jones  m.  Catharine  Fitzgerald,  Jan.  18,  1779. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  449 


Richard  Jones  m.  INIary  Southern,  May  11,  1784. 
Richard  Jones  m.  Eleanor  Elliott,  Dec.  25,  1807. 
Richard  J.  Jones  m.  Margaret  B.  Chew,  May  14,  1816. 
Samuel  Jones  m.  Signa  Hinton,  Jan.  6,  1791. 
Samuel  Jones  m.  Mary  Ball,  Oct.  3,  1814. 
Samuel  Jones  m.  Priscilla  Hawkins,  Jan.  6,  181 7. 
William  Jones  m.  Elizabeth  Bridges,  Feb.  19,  1785. 
George  Jordan  m.  Prudence  Wilson,  Sept.  12,  1818. 
William  Jordon  m.  Sarah  Sansbury,  Aug.  6,  1807. 
Edward  Journey  m.  Ann  Hopkins,  Mch.  14,  1787. 
Edward  Journey  m.  Elizabeth  Carvill,  Jan.  4,  1798. 
John  Journey  m.  Doratha  M'^Daniel,  Feb.  7,  1803. 
Sabrit  Journey  m.  EHzabeth  Watkins,  Dec.  5,  1805. 
James  Jubb  m.  Rachel  Pumphrey,  Dec.  17,  1818. 
Richard  Jub  m.  Sarah  Neagle,  Sept.  19,  1795. 
Thomas  Karney  m.  Ann  Richardson,  Feb.  Ii,  1812. 
Arthur  Keames  m.  Mary  Davidson,  Oct.  7,  1777. 
George  Keatinge  m.  Mary  Ann  Caton,  July  12,  181 7. 
Thomas  Keef  m.  Rachel  Barber,  Feb.  14,  1780. 
Noah  B.  Keeler  m.  Ehzabeth  Taylor,  Feb.  22,  1817. 
Luke  Keerstead  m.  Elizabeth  Simmons,  Nov.  8,  1779. 
Edmund  Kelly  m.  Mary  Tucker,  Jan.  11,  1794. 
Edmund  Kelly  m.  Ann  Tucker,  Mch.  6,  1813. 
Matthew  Kelley  m.  Curtis  Carey,  Apr.  27,  1781. 
Patrick  Kelly  m.  Ariana  Conner,  Sept.  30,  1790. 
Joseph  Kemp  m.  Frances  Richards,  Feb.  14,  1807. 
Hugh  Kennedy  m.  Susanna  Fisher,  Oct.  26,  1779. 
Daniel  M.  Kennon  m.  Maria  Wilson,  Dec.  9,  1777. 
Robert  W.  Kent  m.  Mary  Ann  Machubin,  June  7,  1814. 
Archibald  Kerr  m.  Abigail  Faris,  Jan.  21,  1802. 
John  Kerr  m.  Elfreda  Fiarbrother,  Nov.  24,  1789. 
John  Ker  m.  Mary  Reed,  July  30,  1798. 
Francis  Kerrick  m.  Mary  Dove,  Feb.  21,  1797. 
John  Kerrick  m.  Mary  Isaac,  Jan.  12,  1790. 
Francis  Scott  Key  m.  Mary  Taylor  Lloyd,  Jan.  19,  1802. 
Thomas  Kilgbar  m.  Mary  Hicks,  June  25,  1807. 
William  Kilty  m.  EHzabeth  Middleton,  Aug.  12,  1790. 
Rowland  Kimble  m.  Ann  Cooper,  Feb.  18,  1784. 
Francis  King  m.  Ally  Griffith,  June  15,  1819. 
John  King  m.  Mary  Kilman,  Jan.  11,  1791. 
John  Peter  King  m.  Elizabeth  Stansbury,  Jan.  31,  1807. 
Josias  Wilson  King  m.  Letitia  Whetcroft,  July  16,  1791. 
30 


450     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Thomas  King  m.  Eleanor  Groves,  Mch.  24,  1796. 
Thomas  King  m.  EHzabeth  Hopkins,  Dec.  20,  1819. 
William  King  m.  Mary  Fowler,  Nov.  3,  1798. 
George  Kirby  m.  Anne  Randall,  Dec.  25,  1798. 
George  Kirby  m.  Rebecca  Fowler,  Oct.  19,  181 1. 
James  Kirby  m.  Ann  Stinchcomb,  Jan.  10,  1789. 
James  Kirby  m.  Rebecca  Young,  Nov.  17,  1817. 
John  Kirby  m.  Lydia  Mace,  Nov.  4,  1806. 
Richard  Kirby  m.  Crissy  Phips,  Jan.  i,  1799. 
Vachel  Kirby  m.  Temperance  Rawles,  Feb.  3,  1819. 
William  Kirby  m.  Susanna  Phips,  Apr.  4,  1799. 
William  Kirby  m.  Mary  Larramore,  Feb.  20,  1816. 
Edward  Kirkland  m.  Sarah  Glover,  Feb.  18,  1791. 
Frederick  Kirtier  m.  EHza  Plunkett,  Nov.  27,  1819. 
John  Kitty  m.  Catherine  Quynn,  May  9,  1792. 
WiUiam  Knight  m.  Anne  Cavey,  July  25,  1793. 
William  Knight  m.  Anne  Linge,  Mch.  6,  1798. 
William  Knight  m.  EHza  Young,  Feb.  26,  1807. 
Gassaway  Knighton  m.  Sarah  \\'illiams,  Jan.  25,  1788. 
Gassaway  Knighton  m.  Willie  Hardesty,  July  28,  1806. 
John  Knighton  m.  Mary  Tayman,  Sept.  18,  1804. 
Keesa  Knighton  m.  Rachel  Parish,  May  4,  1803. 
Nicholas  Knighton  m.  Elizabeth  Elliott,  Dec.  23,  1780. 
Nicholas  Knighton  m.  Eleanor  Watkins,  July  20,  1813. 
Richard  Knighton  m.  Mary  Rark,  Dec.  9,  1805. 
Richard  Knighton  m.  Margaret  Roberts,  Sept.  30,  181 5. 
Samuel  Knighton  m.  Sarah  Clues,  July  2,  1800. 
Samuel  Knighton  m.  Artridge  Atwell,  Nov.  15,  1810. 
William  Knighton  m.  Ruth  Wason,  Jan.  6,  1797. 
Thomas  Knott  m.  Frances  Ray,  June  14,  1790. 
Thomas  Kooney  m.  Elizabeth  Silk,  Nov.  17,  1787. 
Elisha  Kuckland  m.  Susannah  Dorsey,  Jan.  4,  1819. 
John  Lamb  m.  Mary  Dowden,  Sept.  4,  1778. 
John  Lamb  m.  Margaret  White,  Feb.  17,  1803. 
Daniel  Lamdin  m.  Artridge  Harvey,  Jan.  26,  1791. 
Robert  Lambdin  m.  Sarah  Brewer,  Oct.  29,  1803. 
Benjamin  Lambeth  m.  Mary  Dove,  Dec.  15,  1787. 
Christopher  Lambeth  m.  Lucy  Lambeth,  Jan.  11,  1799. 
Henry  Lamberth  m.  Mary  Varnall,  Jan.  3,  1786. 
John  Lambath  m.  Susanna  Dove,  Feb.  2,  1788. 
Joseph  Lambeth  m.  Sarah  Sullivan,  Jan.  6,  1802. 
Thomas  Lumbeth  m.  Mary  Carr,  Apr.  26,  1788. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  451 

William  Lambeth  m.  Elizabeth  Carr,  Dec.  15,  1802. 

Thomas  Lamden  m.  Susanna  Sherwood,  June  16,  1785. 

Thomas  Lamden  m.  Anne  Lowe,  Feb.  26,  1788. 

John  Lanashe  m.  Ann  Howard,  Sept.  4,  1781. 

Harrison  Lane  m.  Eleanor  Crandell,  May  21,  1789. 

Harrison  Lane  m.  Nancy  Day,  Aug.  26,  1811. 

Joseph  Lane  m.  Barbara  Childs,  Aug.  28,  1820. 

Nathan  Lane  m.  Sarah  S.  Chew,  Jan.  24,  1789. 

Richard  Lane  m.  Frances  Cowman,  Dec.  12,  1803. 

Thomas  Lane  m.  Barbara  Evensfield  [?],  June  12,  1787. 

Thomas  Lane  m.  Rebecca  Hardesty,  Dec.  29,  1819. 

William  Lang  m.  Lucy  Bangs,  Apr.  23,  1811. 

John  Langdon  m.  Elizabeth  Evans,  June  14,  1782. 

John  H.  Lansdale  m.  Nancy  Warfield,  June  6,  1797. 

Richard  Lany  m.  Elizabeth  Tayman,  Apr.  17,  1802. 

William  Laramore  m.  Mary  Mitchell,  Mch.  15,  1813. 

Greenbury  Larke  m.  Amelia  Henshaw,  Jan.  19,  1804. 

Stephen  Lark  m.  Sarah  Turner,  Dec.  15,  1807. 

John  P.  Larmar  m.  Martha  Smith,  Mch.  26,  1808. 

Randolph  B.  Latimer  m.  Catherine  Rutland,  Mch.  18,  1790. 

Richard  Laughlin  m.  Constarine  Gaither,  Nov.  9,  1807. 

James  Laureith  m.  Martha  HasHp,  July  7,  1815. 

James  Laurent  m.  Mary  Owens,  May  5,  1810. 

James  Lawrence  m.  Jane  Smoot,  Feb.  18,  1816. 

John  Lawrence  m.  Mary  Lewis,  Sept.  15,  1792. 

William  Lawrance  m.  Hamulal  Warfield,  Nov.  15,  1785. 

Thomas  Leach  m.  Mary  Franklin,  Apr.  20,  1809. 

Charles  Lee  m.  Alia  Nowell,  Sept.  19,  1792. 

Edward  Lee  m.  Margaret  Mayo,  Dec.  9,  1789. 

John  Lee  m.  Ann  Williams,  July  14,  1777. 

Joseph  Lee  m.  Susanna  Purdy,  Jan.  15,  1807. 

Philip  Lee  m.  Lucy  Waters,  May  29,  1802. 

Stephen  Lee  m.  Rachel  Welch,  Feb.  12,  1789. 

Stephen  Lee  m.  Elizabeth  Plummer,  Oct.  13,  1801. 

Henry  Leeders  m.  Sarah  Small,  Apr.  4,  1806. 

William  Leeders  m.  Ruth  Weedon,  Apr.  12,  1814. 

Nicholas  Leeke  m.  Mary  Farrill,  Oct.  22,  1778. 

Richard  Lefton  [Sefton  ?]  m.  Mary  Adams,  July  14,  1803. 

Henr>'  Legross  m.  Catherine  Harrison,  June  8,  1784. 

George  Gray  Leiper  m.  Eliz".  Snowden  Thomas,  May  2,  1810. 

Henry  Letsinger  m.  Mary  Ann  Cypus,  May  6,  1778. 

Jesse  Lewis  m.  Rebecca  Davidge,  Jan.  7,  1793. 


452     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Job  Lewis  m.  Leah  Mason,  Nov.  ID,  1778. 
John  Lewis  m.  Sarah  Richardson,  Aug.  22,  1801. 
Robert  Lewis  m.  Sarah  Butler,  Apr.  15,  1797. 
Samuel  Lewis  m.  Elizabeth  Todd,  Feb.  8,  1809. 
Tho=.  W.  H.  Lewas  m.  EHzabeth  Moss,  July  2,  1801. 
William  Lewis  m.  Mary  Gray,  Aug.  17,  1781. 
William  Lilley  m.  Herebiah  Bush,  May  18,  1782. 
Nicholas  Lingan  m.  Susanna  M'^Cubbin,  June  14,  1796. 
Daniel  Linsey  m.  Sarah  Marsh,  Oct.  20,  1803. 
John  Linstead  m.  Susanna  Gray,  Apr.  5,  1796. 
Joseph  Linstead  m.  Rebecca  Reeves,  May  22,  1800. 
Archibald  Linthicum  m.  Mary  Leeke,  Jan.  28,  1783. 
Assael  Linthicum  m.  Lidia  Andrews,  Jan.  31,  1810. 
Edward  Linthicum  m.  Sarah  Griffin,  Jan.  27,  1794. 
Hezekiah  Linthicum  m.  Sarah  Jacob,  May  8,  1802. 
John  Linthicum  Sn^  m.  Elizabeth  White,  Feb.  2,  1805. 
Joseph  Linthicum  m.  Sarah  Spedding,  May  4,  1787. 
Joseph  Linthicum  m.  Rachel  Wilson,  May  30,  1796. 
Joshua  Linthicum  m.  EHzabeth  Beard,  May  19,  1800. 
Thomas  Linthicum  m.  Sarah  Lampley,  Jan.  19,  1781. 
Thomas  Linthicum  m.  Rebecca  Tucker,  Feb.  6,  1787. 
Wesley  Linthicum  m.  Mary  Merriweather,  Nov.  12,  181 1. 
Charles  Linton  m.  Elizabeth  Proctor,  Dec.  15,  1798. 
John  Litchfield  m.  Eleanor  Polton,  July  19,  1786. 
Jesse  Little  m.  Anne  Hall,  May  14,  1793. 
Edward  Lloyd  m.  Sarah  Scott  Murrey,  Nov.  30,  1797. 
Obediah  Lloyd  m.  Ann  Williams,  Apr.  27,  1813. 
WilHam  Lloyd  m.  Sarah  Horseman,  Apr.  3,  1789. 
Richard  Lockerman  m.  Frances  T.  Chase,  Oct.  i,  1803. 
Jonathan  Loftlin  m.  Anne  Williams,  Dec.  6,  1791. 
Robert  Long  m.  Mary  Phelps,  June  24,  1780. 
John  Loveday  m.  Sarah  Johnson,  Apr.  7,  1780. 
James  Lowe  m.  EHzabeth  Mulliken,  July  10,  1802. 
John  Lowe  m.  Lydia  Dannison,  June  4,  1802. 
John  Lawler  m.  Rachel  Allen,  Sept.  i,  1780. 
Richard  Lowndes  m.  Ann  Lloyd,  Oct.  12,  1785. 
Benson  Lawton  m.  EHzabeth  Burk,  Dec.  20,  1794. 
Benson  Lawton  m.  Susanna  Maddox,  Oct.  28,  1800. 
Basil  Lucus  m.  EHzabeth  Brashears,  Feb.  23,  1786. 
James  Lucas  m.  Ruth  Lewes,  Aug.  17,  1780. 
Joshua  Luckland  m.  Delila  M'Cauley,  Dec.  29,  1778. 
Joshua  Luckland  m.  Lusanna  Williams,  Dec.  29,  1784. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  453 

John  Luke  m.  Ann  Worthington,  Dec.  3,  1795. 
Baldwin  Lusby  m.  Elizabeth  Mantle,  Dec.  20,  1787. 
Benjamin  Lusby  m.  Elizabeth  Robertson,  Jan.  12,  1797. 
Edward  Lusby  m.  Ruth  Todd,  Dec.  24,  1788. 
Edward  Lusby  m.  Mary  Allen,  Feb.  4,  1792. 
Henry  L.  Lusby  m.  Mary  Welch,  May  17,  1820. 
James  Lusby  m.  Elizabeth  Hazle,  July  15,  1802. 
John  Lusby  m.  Patience  Fennell,  June  7,  1794. 
Robert  Lusby  m.  Henney  Lecompte,  Nov.  28,  1789. 
Robert  Lusby  m.  Polly  Welch,  Apr.  15,  1795. 
Samuel  Lusby  m.  EHzabeth  Watkins,  Mch.  i,  1791. 
Samuel  R.  Lusby  m.  Rebecca  Beard,  Feb.  4,  1813. 
Thomas  Lusby  m.  Henney  Johnson,  May  21,  1791. 
Vincent  Lusby  m.  Rachel  Stockett,  Jan.  26,  1785. 
Vincent  Lusby  m.  Ann  Stockett,  Oct.  21,  1788. 
Vincent  Lusby  m.  Jane  Beard,  Dec.  23,  1796. 
William  Lusby  m.  Ann  Robinson,  Mch.  2,  1808. 
Robert  Lux  m.  Deborah  Hobbs,  Feb.  12,  1779. 
Ignatius  P.  Lyles  m.  Amelia  Clagett,  Nov.  2,  1820. 
Richard  I.  Lyles  m.  Catherine  D.  Hall,  Dec.  29,  1817. 
Thomas  H.  Lyles  m.  Sarah  A.  Carcaud,  Oct.  24,  1787. 
Danuel  Lynn  m.  Mary  Galloway,  Apr.  28,  1795. 
Archibald  MCarty  m.  Sarah  Ann  Holland,  Apr.  30,  181 7. 
Eluha  MCauly  m.  Priscilla  Cadle,  Mch.  16,  181 1. 
Francis  Maccauley  m.  EHz.  Cadle,  Apr.  9,  1785. 
John  MCauley  m.  Anne  Miller,  Nov.  8,  1798. 
Thomas  M'Cauley  m.  Ann  Ranken,  Feb.  15,  1779. 
Thomas  Maccauley  m.  Ann  Lusby,  Dec.  6,  1782. 
William  MCauley  m.  Levina  Gambrill,  Apr.  7,  1804. 
Charles  M'^Cay  m.  Elizabeth  Pomphrey,  Dec.  21,  1795. 
Benjamin  KLCeney  m.  Susanna  Simmons,  June  21,  1802. 
Joseph  ALCeney  m.  Elizabeth  Sollars,  Feb.  19,  1798. 
Joseph  MCeney  m.  Elizabeth  Sollars,  Oct.  26,  1816. 
William  MCeny  m.  Rachel  Reed,  Jan.  9,  1799. 
John  MCloud  m.  Ann  Aidings,  May  18,  1782. 
Daniel  MCoy  m.  Patsey  Cadle,  Oct.  28,  1805. 
Jasper  MCurly  m.  Ann  Little,  Aug.  16,  1780. 
Henry  Macklefresh  m.  Ariana  Hammond,  Mch.  6,  1790. 
Charles  M^Cubbin  m.  Sarah  Allen,  May  10,  1793. 
Edward  MCubbin  m.  Elizabeth  Holland,  Mch.  16,  1793. 
Edward  Mackubin  m.  Sarah  Seaborn,  Apr.  21,  1812. 
Frederick  Mackubin  m.  INIary  D.  Roachbram,  Dec.  10,  1808. 


454     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

George  Mackubin  m.  Eleanor  Maccubbin,  Oct.  26,  1812. 
Henry  Maccubbin  m.  Louisa  Burton,  Mch.  27,  1818. 
James  Mackubin  m.  Mary  Ann  Merriken,  Dec.  i,  1808. 
John  M'^Cubbin  m.  Eleanor  Warmsley,  Mch.  18,  1780. 
John  H.  M'^Cubbin  m.  Ann  Gray,  July  10,  1790. 
John  H.  M'^Cubbin  m.  Ann  M.  Jacob,  Oct.  19,  1802. 
Joseph  McCubbin,  m.  Dorcas  Fennall,  Dec.  28,  1791. 
Joseph  M'^Cubbin  m.  Sarah  Woodfield,  July  i,  1802. 
Joseph  M'^Cubbin  m.  Anne  Warfield,  Jan.  16,  1805. 
Moses  M'^Cubbin  m.  Sarah  Holland,  May  27,  1779. 
Moses  M'^Cubbin  m.  Ann  Shepherd,  May  11,  1797. 
Nicholas  Z.  MCubbin  m.  Kitty  Welch,  Apr.  8,  1806. 
Richard  M''Kubin  m.  Catharine  Waters,  Apr.  19,  1788. 
Samuel  M'Cubbin  m.  Mary  RawHngs,  Dec.  15,  1788. 
W^illiam  M'^Cubbin  m.  Charity  Collins,  Sept.  10,  1799. 
Thomas  M'Daniel  m.  Elizabeth  Stallings,  Dec.  24,  1819. 
Patrick  M''Donough  m.  Eliz".  Eliza  Hancock,  Oct.  5,  1812. 
James  M'^Gill  m.  Sarah  Higgins,  Jan.  10,  1794. 
Richard  M-^Gill  m.  Ann  Cromwell,  Aug.  3,  1815. 
Robert  M''Gill  m.  Helen  Stockett,  June  20,  1804. 
Thomas  M'^Gill  m.  Anna  Higgins,  Apr.  8,  1799. 
Thomas  Macgill  m.  Henrietta  Cromwell,  Feb.  16,  1813. 
Peter  M-'Guire  m.  Mary  Fowler,  Apr.  3,  1780. 
Hugh  M^Melan  m.  Anne  Boone,  June  17,  1783. 
George  M^Neir  m.  Elizabeth  Thompson,  Aug.  31,  1816. 
Thomas  M^Nier  m.  Elizabeth  Cobath,  Jan.  12,  1788. 
Thomas  M'^Nier  m.  Catherine  Earle,  June  17,  1819. 
Peter  M'Norton  m.  Sarah  Elles,  Apr.  18,  1780. 
Thomas  M^Pherson  m.  Mary  Tongue,  Apr.  20,  1795. 
William  H.  M'^Pherson  m.  Eliz.  Worthington,  Aug.  11,  1785. 
James  M''Quilland  m.  Mary  Scrivener,  Dec.  26,  1805. 
James  M'^Quilling  m.  Elizabeth  Watson,  Sept.  22,  1813. 
William  ^LQuillen  m.  Hester  Cowman,  Dec.  29,  1780. 
James  Macobuin  m.  Elizabeth  Hammond,  Nov.  20,  1815. 
Nicholas  Z.  Maccubbin  m.  Rachel  Rawlings,  Jan.  17,  1801. 
Joseph  Mace  m.  Sarah  Jackson,  Jan.  2,  1790. 
Richard  Macey  m.  Sarah  Parish,  May  18,  1799. 
Benjamin  Mack  m.  Mary  Brannan,  F"eb.  12,  1803. 
Waller  Magowan  m.  Elizabeth  Harrison,  Oct.  27,  1780. 
Loyde  Magruder  m.  Rebecca  M^'Cubbin,  Dec.  3,  1789. 
Florence  Mahoney  m.  Mary  Higgins,  Mch.  17,  1794. 
Leonard  Mallenee  m.  Achsah  Sewell,  Jan.  18,  1791. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  455 

Henry  Manadier  m.  Elizabeth  Key,  July  25,  1781. 

George  Mann  m.  Mary  Buckland,  June  30,  1779. 

Zachariah  Mann  m.  Mary  Ann  Gordon,  Mch.  29,  1784. 

Philip  Mannaca  m.  Delilah  Scrivener,  Dec.  6,  1787. 

William  Marburg  m.  Anne  Odle  Brewer,  Feb.  6,  1791. 

Thomas  Marr  m.  Burtavia  Poole,  Feb.  10,  1779. 

Caleb  Marriott  m.  Margaret  Wheeler,  Dec.  11,  1797. 

Ephraim  Marriott  m.  Mary  Chanea,  Feb.  11,  1795. 

Ephraim  Marriott  m.  Sarah  Nicholls,  Sept.  29,  1818. 

James  Marriott  m.  Rachel  Waters,  Nov.  28,  1792. 

John  Marriott  m.  Mary  Hammond,  Apr.  4,  1789. 

John  Marriott  m.  Harriet  Hall,  Apr.  4,  1817. 

Joseph  Marriott  m.  Jemima  Mockbee,  Jan.  25,  1796. 

Joseph  Marriott  m.  Rebecca  Jiams,  Mch.  25,  1796. 

Joshua  Marriott  m.  Anne  Waters,  Dec.  31,  1792. 

Richard  Marriott  m.  Sarah  Hammond,  May  31,  1788. 

Richard  Marriott  m.  Jane  Ball,  May  4,  1802. 

Thomas  Marriott  m.  Margaret  Sappington,  Dec.  11,  1780. 

Thomas  Marriott  m.  Mary  D.  White,  Jan.  9,  1796. 

Thomas  Marriott  m.  Eleanor  White,  Feb.  11,  1800. 

Thomas  Marriott  m.  Ann  Ridgely,  Oct.  9,  1809. 

William  Marriott  m.  Edith  Waters,  Jan.  14,  1804. 

George  Marrow  m.  Anne  Matthews,  May  28,  1796. 

Richard  Marrow  m.  Cassiah  Lindsay,  Feb.  10,  1779. 

John  G.  Marsh  m.  Anne  Fisher,  Oct.  8,  1799. 

Richard  Marsh  m.  Sarah  Delemeter,  May  19,  1792. 

Richard  Marsh  m.  Sarah  Little,  Jan.  2,  1797. 

WiUiam  Marsh  m.  Luvany  Ashley,  June  25,  1783. 

William  Marsh  m.  Martha  Smith,  Apr.  19,  1798. 

Edward  Marshall  m.  Eliz.  Rodwell,  Oct.  21,  1784. 

John  Marshall  m.  Eliz.  Cuttong,  Oct.  14,  1784. 

John  Marshall  m.  Mary  Thomas,  Mch.  29,  1799. 

John  Marshall  m.  Lucretia  Shields,  Jan.  28,  1803. 

Robert  Marshall  m.  Mary  Fox,  Jan.  5,  1804. 

Athatius  Martin  m.  Mary  Ball,  Dec.  26,  1784. 

Daniel  Martin  m.  Mary  Clare  Maccubbin,  Feb.  6,  1816. 

John  Martin  m.  Elizabeth  Keephart,  May  23,  1778. 

John  Martin  m.  Sarah  Litchfield,  Dec.  20,  1787. 

James  Mason  m.  Elizabeth  Strachan,  Aug.  7,  1783- 

W"".  Temple  Thomson  Mason  m.  Ann  Carroll,  June  16,  1812. 

Henry  Massey  m.  Sarah  Mitchell,  May  17,  1779. 

Henry  Mayne  m.  Elizabeth  Brooks,  Jan.  5,  1778. 


456    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Isaac  Mayo  m.  Sarah  Thornton,  June  lo,  1788. 
James  Mayo  m.  Susanna  Lusby,  July  11,  1786. 
Joseph  Mayo  m.  Hanna  Jacob,  Mch.  20,  1781. 
Thomas  Mayo  m.  Ann  Evans,  May  11,  1790. 
John  Matthews  m.  Elizabeth  Hall,  Aug.  16,  1815. 
Beriah  Maybury  m.  Mary  Moufy,  Oct.  12,  1794. 
Henry  E.  Mayer  m.  Mary  Grammer,  Aug.  11,  1808. 
James  P.  Maynard  m.  EHzabeth  Wilmot,  Jan.  7,  1790. 
James  P.  Maynard  m.  Juliana  Owen,  Jan.  25,  1806. 
Nathan  Maynard  m.  Mary  Reynolds,  Oct.  7,  1793. 
Samuel  Maynard  m.  Anne  Callahan,  May  12,  1808. 
Moses  Meace  m.  Claressa  Eads,  June  10,  1813. 
Samuel  Meade  m.  Anne  Richardson,  Dec.  6,  1794. 
James  Meager  m.  Elizabeth  Price,  Dec.  20,  1788. 
Samuel  Mear  m.  Elizabeth  Dew,  Jan.  13,  1792. 
George  Medcalf  m.  Ann  Anderson,  Nov.  i,  1786. 
John  D.  Medcalf  m.  Catherine  Willee,  Jan.  5,  1801. 
Nathan  Medcalf  m.  Harriet  Crow,  Jan.  28,  1811. 
Richard  Medcalf  m.  Susannah  Gwinn,  Apr.  3,  1801. 
WilHam  Medcalf  m.  Eve  Fulk,  Sept.  15,  1785. 
Aaron  Meek  m.  Eliz.  Bourke,  Aug.  22,  1786. 
David  Meek  m.  Anne  Bostick,  Mch.  14,  1793. 
John  Meek  m.  Martha  Walton,  Feb.  9,  1782. 
John  Meek  m.  Evaline  Carter,  Feb.  12,  1819 
Joseph  Meek  m.  Anne  Tyler,  June  18,  1785. 
John  Meekes  m.  Harriett  Darnall,  July  3,  1810. 
Joseph  Shinton  Meekins  m.  Mary  Cains,  Feb.  13,  1813. 
Leo  Meloney  m.  Mary  Joice,  Jan.  24,  1786. 
John  Francis  Mercer  m.  Sophia  Sprigg,  Feb.  3,  1785. 
William  Merchant  m.  EHzabeth  JefTerson,  Sept.  15,  1792. 
Thomas  Merideth  m.  Lydia  Perkins,  May  9,  1820. 
John  Merriken  m.  Eliz.  Boone,  Sept.  7,  1786. 
John  Merriken  m.  Elizabeth  Moss,  Nov.  29,  1798. 
Jn°.  Rich''.  Merriken  m.  Jemimah  Taylor,  Jan.  7,  1807. 
Joseph  Merriken  m.  Anne  Gray,  Feb.  i,  1799. 
Joshua  Merriken  m.  Ann  Day,  Mch.  30,  1782. 
Richard  Merriken  m.  Mary  Duvall,  May  9,  1792. 
Richard  Merriken  m.  Margaret  Stewart,  Sept.  28,  1819. 
Robert  Merriken  m.  Sarah  Welch,  Feb.  18,  1806. 
William  Merriken  m.  Sarah  Talbott,  Feb.  17,  1789. 
William  D.  Merriken  m.  Susannah  Wells,  Jan.  26,  1813. 
Nicholas  Merriweather  m.  Elizabeth  Hood,  Dec.  12,  1797. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  457 

Joseph  Mewshaw  m.  Caroline  Ryan,  Feb.  16,  1779. 

Elisha  Middleton  m.  Christian  Wiseman,  Jan.  27,  1785. 

Joseph  Middleton  m.  Kitty  Whetcroft,  Mch.  19,  1795. 

Benjamin  Miles  m.  Ann  Piles,  Nov.  30,  1785. 

Richard  Miles  m.  Mary  Pindle,  Apr.  11,  1789. 

Robert  Miles  m.  Deborah  Green,  Nov.  23,  1797. 

William  Miles  m.  Fanny  Smith,  Dec.  20,  1777. 

William  Miles  m.  Phebe  Roberts,  Sept.  16,  1779. 

Howard  ]Miller  m.  Elizabeth  Marriott,  Jan.  31,  1801. 

Jesse  Miller  m.  Elizabeth  Lliver  [Stiver?],  June  13,  1789. 

John  Miller  m.  Comfort  Benson,  May  26,  1787. 

John  Miller  m.  Mary  Anne  Welch,  Dec.  4,  1790. 

John  Miller  m.  Mary  Hinton,  June  20,  1800. 

John  Miller  m.  Mary  Armiger,  Dec.  3,  1806. 

John  Miller  m.  Mary  Glenn,  Jan.  18,  1816. 

John  Miller  m.  Margaret  Schwarar,  June  27,  1818. 

Joseph  Miller  m.  Susanna  Dubs,  June  5,  1787. 

Nehemiah  Miller  m.  Margaret  Downes,  Feb.  18,  1791. 

Peter  Miller  m.  Mary  Hunter,  Feb.  26,  1791. 

Philip  Miller  m.  Mary  Folks,  Feb.  15,  1790. 

Richard  Miller  m.  Eleanor  Hunter,  Jan.  29,  1794. 

Samuel  Miller  m.  Rachel  Marriott,  Apr.  2,  1790. 

Thomas  Miller  m.  Margaret  Sappington,  Feb.  18,  1803. 

Thomas  W.  Miller  m.  Eliz^.  H.  Chaney,  Jan.  15,  1820. 

William  Miller  m.  Larah  Miller,  Dec.  il,  1794. 

William  Miller  m.  Rachel  Pearce,  Jan.  4,  1806. 

CorneHus  Mills  m.  Anne  Wiseham,  Jan.  12,  1800. 

Frederick  Mills  m.  Ann  Thomas  Richardson,  Dec.  22,  1786. 

George  Washington  Mills  m.  Sarah  Merriken,  Dec.  28,  1812. 

John  Mills  m.  Ruth  Jacobs,  Jan.  i,  1778. 

Samuel  Mills  m.  Rachel  Dew,  June  5,  1788. 

Samuel  Mills  m.  James  Krandle,  Apr.  22,  1791. 

Thomas  Mills  m.  Martha  Warren,  Sept.  16,  1800. 

Samuel  Minskey  m.  Sophia  Fowler,  Aug.  18,  1777. 

Alexander  Mitchell  m.  Ann  SuUivane,  Sept.  4,  1797. 

Alexander  Mitchell  m.  Anne  Price,  Jan.  8,  1817. 

Edmund  Mitchell  m.  Anne  Atwell,  Aug.  25,  1795. 

George  Mitchel  m.  Hannah  Seederss,  Feb.  3,  1796. 

John  Mitchell  m.  Anne  Burgee,  Mch.  23,  1796. 

Samuel  Moale  m.  Ann  Howard,  Sept.  22,  1796. 

Basil  Mobberly  m.  Margaret  Brewer,  Feb.  5,  1782. 

Rezin  Mobberly  m.  Mary  Fowler,  Feb.  i,  1779. 


458     MARYLAND   RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Rezin  Mobberly  m.  Mary  Fowler,  Apr.  2,  1781. 

Rizin  Mobly  m.  Eleanor  Fennell,  Dec.  6,  1784. 

James  Mock  m.  Mary  MCubbin,  Feb.  23,  1804. 

Thomas  Monroe  m.  Frances  Whitcroft,  Aug.  14,  1796. 

Burton  Moore  m.  Priscilla  Rowlings,  Oct.  10,  1787. 

John  Moore  m.  Jona  Moore,  Apr.  24,  1781. 

John  Moore  m.  Ann  Hillery,  July  6,  1781. 

Robert  Moore  m.  Mary  Smith  White,  Oct.  19,  1795. 

William  Moore  m.  Susanna  Saunders,  May  27,  1789. 

Thomas  Morgan  m.  Henry  Wilson,  Aug.  22,  1814. 

William  Morgan  m.  Sarah  Price,  Jan.  30,  1780. 

William  Morgan  m.  Mary  Vineyard,  Jan.  4,  1798. 

John  Morrell  m.  Elizabeth  Wilson,  Dec.  21,  1787. 

Thomas  Morrell  m.  Ann  O.  Turner,  Jan.  4,  1816. 

Martin  Morris  m.  Elizabeth  Curr,  May  9,  1786. 

James  Mortimer  m.  Catherine  Davis,  Oct.  29,  1783. 

John  Mortimer  m.  Rachel  Diamond,  Jan.  i,  1781. 

James  Moss  m.  Monica  Moss,  Dec.  18,  1787. 

John  Moss  m.  Rachel  Foreman,  Apr.  5,  1810. 

Robert  Moss  m.  Elizabeth  Kelly,  June  19,  1787. 

Samuel  Moss  m.  Monica  Grimwell,  May  29,  1781. 

Willoughby  Moss  m.  EHzabeth  Atkinson,  Feb.  27,  1800. 

Joseph  Moulsworth  m.  Rebecca  Mollineaux,  Mch.  26,  1778. 

Jacob  Moxley  m.  Sarah  Mockabee,  Nov.  26,  1794. 

Bell  MuUikin  m.  Mary  Duckett,  Oct.  28,  1785. 

Beal  MulHken  m.  Susanna  Ridgely,  Feb.  11,  1806. 

James  MuUiken  m.  Ann  Hall,  Jan.  26,  1796. 

Osborn  W.  Mulliken  m.  Elizabeth  Geither,  Feb.  28,  1805. 

Thomas  MulHken  m.  Elizabeth  Smith,  Nov.  30,  1791. 

Daniel  Munroe  m.  Mary  Kirby,  Dec.  4,  1782. 

John  Munroe  m.  Ann  Wells,  May  14,  1789. 

Gilbert  Murdock  m.  Elizabeth  Lusby,  July  17,  1787. 

WilHam  Murdock  m.  Juliet  Sheppherd,  Oct.  16,  1819. 

James  Murphey  m.  Elizabeth  Armstrong,  Mch.  3,  1785. 

John  Murphey  m.  Elizabeth  Snyder,  July  26,  181 5. 

Matthew  Murphey  m.  JuHet  Callahan,  June  15,  1784. 

James  Murray  m.  Margaret  Linthicum,  Dec.  22,  1804. 

James  Murray  m.  Charrotte  Winder  Rackliffe,  Aug.  28,  1809. 

William  Murray  m.  Harriott  Brice,  Nov.  5,  1788. 

John  Mus  m.  Anna  Maria  Murray,  Feb.  11,  1796. 

James  Neale  m.  Ann  Shoemaker,  Mch.  4,  1794- 

Thomas  Neale  m.  Martha  Philpot,  July  23,  1777. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  459 

John  Neaves  m.  Lear  Thrift,  Aug.  26,  1782. 
John  Neavy  m.  Mary  Whitehead,  June  14,  1783. 
Thomas  Neavey  m.  Elizabeth  Geoghegan,  Aug.  18,  1791. 
Benjamin  C.  Neff  m.  Harriet  Hardesty,  Feb.  13,  1819. 
Lewis  Neth  m.  EHzabeth  Adams,  July  4,  1786. 
James  Nettles  m.  Tomsey  Phips,  Jan.  27,  1795. 
Jeremiah  Nicholas  m.  Hester  Nicholson,  Apr.  22,  1794. 
Andrew  NichoUs  m.  Elizabeth  Higgins,  Dec.  9,  1818. 
Isaac  Nicholls  m.  Rachel  Basford,  Dec.  6,  1785. 
John  B.  Nichols  m.  Anne  Bird,  Dec.  5,  18 12. 
Nelson  Nicholls  m.  Rachel  Ann  Nicholls,  May  14,  1820. 
Robert  Nicholls  m.  Sarah  Robertson,  July  21,  1787. 
Robert  Nichols  m.  Sarah  King,  Feb.  4,  181 5. 
Samuel  Nicholls  m.  Susanna  Hardy,  Sept.  21,  1815. 
William  Nicholls  m.  EHzabeth  Bird,  Dec.  18,  1780. 
WiUiam  Nichols  m.  Jenny  Nichols,  Feb.  11,  1812. 
Benjamin  Nicholson  m.  Elizabeth  Disney,  May  il,  1784. 
Benjamin  Nicholson  m.  Ann  Lang,  Dec.  15,  1803. 
John  Nicholson  Jn^  m.  Susan  Sheckells,  Apr.  8,  1812. 
Joseph  Nicholson  m.  Rebecca  Harv^ey,  Dec.  18,  1816. 
Stephen  Nicholson  m.  Sarah  Disney,  Oct.  30,  1783. 
John  Nixon  m.  EHzabeth  Lewis,  Oct.  20,  1786. 
Anthony  Noble  m.  Sarah  Hill,  Sept.  24,  1792. 
Benjamin  Norman  m.  Sarah  Deale,  Oct.  26,  1789. 
Joseph  Norman  m.  Ruth  Randal,  Jan.  2,  1792. 
Joseph  Norman  m.  Mary  Wayson,  Aug.  26,  181 1. 
Richard  Norman  m.  Sarah  Kirby,  Dec.  24,  1802. 
Samuel  Norman  m.  Dorcas  Simmons,  Aug.  8,  1820. 
Theophilus  Norman  m.  Elizabeth  Cowman,  May  7,  1803. 
Walter  Norman  m.  Rachel  Carter,  Nov.  28,  1795. 
William  Norman  m.  Mary  Cowman,  Oct.  6,  1809. 
John  Norris  m.  EHzabeth  Ward,  Apr.  19,  1790. 
John  Norris  m.  Susan  Coalter,  July  16,  1811. 
Joseph  Norris  m.  Ann  Traverse,  June  13,  1815. 
Martin  Norris  m.  Margaret  Dorsey,  Sept.  27,  1792. 
Philip  Norris  m.  Mary  Anne  Folks,  Dec.  9,  1819. 
Richard  Norris  m.  EHzabeth  Harris,  Sept.  30,  1780. 
Richard  Norris  m.  EHzabeth  Kemp,  Oct.  24,  1783. 
Thomas  Norris  m.  Henrietta  Mayo,  June  30,  1789. 
William  Norris  m.  Susannah  Harper,  Aug.  28,  1790. 
Zachariah  Norris  m.  EHzabeth  Watkins,  Oct.  30,  1779. 
Bell  Norwood  m.  Sarah  Gaither,  Oct.  3,  1785. 


46o     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Gilbert  Nowell  m.  Ann  Jones,  Feb.  21,  1789. 

Gilbert  Nowell  m.  Mary  Crutchley,  May  20,  1805. 

Gilbert  Nowell  m.  Eleanor  Stallions,  Sept.  30,  1805. 

Cornelius  ODonald  m.  Margaret  Thompson,  Oct.  29,  1778. 

Benjamin  Ogle  m.  Anna  Maria  Cooke,  Feb.  25,  1796. 

James  OHara  m.  Mary  Yeates,  Aug.  17,  1779. 

William  OHara  m.  Susan  Tucker,  Dec.  5,  1812. 

John  F.  Oldbom  m.  Johanna  Bright,  June  10,  1801. 

Isaac  Oliver  m.  Mary  I  jams,  Nov.  6,  1804. 

Jacob  Oliver  m.  Elizabeth  Vineyard,  Dec.  10,  1816. 

Thomas  Oliver  m.  Mary  Simmons,  Oct.  3,  1791. 

John  A.  OReilley  m.  Letitia  Parrott,  Apr.  i,  1812. 

Jesse  Orme  m.  Lydia  Anderson,  Nov.  18,  1801. 

Thomas  ORoarke  m.  EHzabeth  Linthicum,  Jan.  27,  181 5. 

William  Osbom  m.  Hanna  Hanshaw,  Sept.  15,  1779. 

Benjamin  Owens  m.  Mary  Shurbert,  Oct.  16,  1789. 

Charles  Owens  m.  Susannah  Shearbutt,  Dec.  13,  1797. 

Isaac  Owens  m.  Elizabeth  Sheckells,  July  3,  1789. 

Jacob  Owings  m.  George  Fox,  Sept.  13,  1779. 

Jacob  Owings  m.  Rachel  Groves,  Oct.  16,  1797. 

James  Owens  m.  Anne  Franklin,  Nov.  11,  1799. 

James  Owens  m.  Ann  Laughlin,  Oct.  29,  1810. 

James  Owens  m.  Sally  Gardiner,  Nov.  25,  1816. 

John  Owens  m.  Mary  Bird,  May  8,  1820. 

Joseph  Owens  m.  Mary  Warfield,  Dec.  12,  1791. 

Joseph  Owens  m.  Sarah  M'^Ceney,  Jan.  22,  1817. 

William  Owens  m.  Mary  Nowell,  May  6,  1783. 

Lane  Owings  of  R"*.  m.  Sarah  Ann  Hathaly,  Sept.  20,  18 19. 

Nicholas  Owings  m.  Sophia  Dorsey,  July  7,  1794. 

Nicholas  Owings  m.  Susanna  Owings,  May  19,  1801. 

Nicholas  Owings  m.  Rachel  Welch,  Jan.  6,  1813. 

Thomas  Owens  m.  Agnes  Gaither,  Dec.  26,  18 14. 

William  Owings  m.  Mary  Collison,  Aug.  5,  1808. 

Aaron  Parish  m.  Sarah  Phips,  Feb.  21,  1788. 

Isaac  Parish  m.  Jane  Spencer,  Jan.  18,  1785. 

John  Parish  m.  Marget  Atwell,  Aug.  25,  1807. 

Matthew  Parish  m.  Eleanor  Goodwin,  Apr.  19,  1800. 

William  Parish  m.  Susannah  Atwell,  Jan.  29,  1799. 

WilHam  Parish  m.  Mary  Ann  Crutchley,  Nov.  7,  1803. 

William  Parish  m.  Mary  Hollidayoke,  July  9,  1807. 

William  Parish  m.  Hester  Ann  Thomas,  Aug.  26,  181 3. 

John  Panden  m.  Sarah  Marlin  Keene,  Sept.  8,  1781. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  461 

George  Pecker  m.  INIarj-  Robosson,  July  16,  1783. 

George  Parker  m.  Jane  Busey,  Aug.  18,  1810. 

John  Parker  m.  Ally  Cracroft,  May  29,  181 7. 

Jonathan  P.  Parker  m.  Eliz".  Ann  Owangs,  July  18,  1795. 

Abraham  Parkeson  m.  Dianna  Woodfield,  Aug.  16,  1777. 

Abraham  Parkerson  m.  Jane  Norman,  Sept.  20,  1783. 

Abraham  Parkeson  m.  Sarah  Taylor,  Oct.  11,  1800. 

Richard  Parkerson  m.  Susan  Ann  Welch,  July  4,  1818. 

William  Parkerson  m.  Sarah  Purdy,  Apr.  3,  1809. 

John  Parrott  m.  Mary  Wason,  Dec.  23,  1788. 

John  Parrot  m.  Sarah  Norman,  May  21,  1813. 

John  Parrott  m.  Jane  Norman,  Sept.  27,  181 7. 

Knighton  Parrott  m.  Mary  Stallions,  Feb.  7,  181 1. 

Richard  Parrott  m.  EHzabeth  Childs,  Sept.  13,  1788. 

Richard  Parrott  m.  Anne  \A'ood,  Feb.  7,  1792. 

Richard  Parrott  m.  Elizabeth  Howes,  Dec.  2,  1797. 

Thomas  Parrot  m.  Letta  Brown,  Aug.  22,  1778. 

Thomas  Parrott  m.  Mary  Smith,  Mch.  5,  1795. 

Thomas  Parrott  m.  Rebecca  Hutchens,  Jan.  12,  1816. 

John  Parsons  m.  Jane  Jackson,  June  9,  1781. 

William  Parsons  m.  Sarah  Hardesty,  May  20,  1 791. 

Louis  Charles  Pascault  m.  Ann  Goldsborough,  May  28,  181 1. 

Benjamin  Patmore  m.  EHzabeth  Males,  Nov.  29,  1777. 

Jacob  Pattison  m.  EHzabeth  Ward,  June  2,  1795. 

Robert  Patterson  m.  Mary  Anne  Caton,  May  i,  1806. 

Isaac  Paul  m.  Susannah  Brown,  January  i,  1798. 

William  Elson  Peach  m.  Sarah  Duvall,  Feb.  14,  1797. 

Samuel  Peaco  m.  Mary  Sands,  Dec.  31,  1789. 

Benjamin  Pearce  m.  Margaret  Phelps,  Jan.  12,  1796. 

Ezekiel  Pearce  m.  Eleanor  Powell,  Feb.  20,  1781. 

Israel  Pearce  m.  EHzabeth  W.  RawHngs,  Apr.  11,  1804. 

James  Pearce  m.  Rebecca  Lewis,  Jan.  7,  1785. 

Joseph  Pearce  m.  EHzabeth  Gwinn,  Jan.  26,  1795. 

Richard  Pearce  m.  Martha  T.  Jacob,  Feb.  27,  1808. 

WilHam  Pearse  m.  Mary  Gardiner,  Apr.  16,  1808. 

William  Pendergast  m.  JuHa  Maybury,  Sept.  15,  1784. 

Charles  Pennington  m.  Elizabeth  Shepherd,  Jan.  31,  1780. 

Elijah  Pennington  m.  EHzabeth  Lewis,  Dec.  8,  1801. 

Elijah  Pennington  m.  Rebecca  Stinchicomb,  July  23,  1804. 

John  Pennington  m.  Nancj'  Craine,  June  7,  1785. 

Nathan  Pennington  m.  Rebecca  Hands,  Aug.  10,  1787. 

Nathaniel  Penington  m.  Mary  Ivor>',  May  29,  1819. 


462     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Robert  Pennington  m.  Mary  Kerbairn,  Oct.  2,  1782. 
William  Pennington  m.  Elizabeth  Stevens,  Sept.  17,  1799. 
William  Pennington  m.  Anna  Littell,  Oct.  20,  1803. 
Robert  Perry  m.  Elizabeth  Jackson,  Dec.  31,  1796. 
William  Peters  m.  Rebecca  Burgee,  Nov.  4,  1820. 
Charles  Pettibone  m.  Rebecca  Elliott,  May  19,  1798. 
Charles  Pettebone  m.  Deborah  Silby,  June  9,  1810. 
Absolute  Phelps  m.  Anne  Poole,  Jan.  31,  1809. 
Basil  Phelps  m.  Barbara  Davis,  Apr.  21,  1791. 
Elijah  Phelps  m.  Mary  Disney,  Jan.  20,  1818. 
Ezekiel  Phelps  m.  Margaret  Watkins,  May  7,  1794. 
George  Phelps  m.  Emma  Pierce,  Jan.  6,  1795. 
Joseph  Phelps  m.  Sophia  Taylor,  Apr.  i,  1791. 
Joseph  Phelps  m.  Catherine  Thompson,  Aug.  8,  1801. 
Walter  Phelps  m.  Margaret  Chaney,  Mch,  10,  1781. 
William  Phelps  m.  Sarah  Fowler,  Dec.  18,  1778. 
William  Phelps  m.  Eliz.  Morgan,  June  18,  1785. 
William  Phelps  m.  Ann  Dannison,  Dec.  15,  181 5. 
Zachariah  Phelps  m.  Sarah  Davis,  Oct.  11,  1797. 
Zachariah  Phelps  m.  Esther  Gwinn,  Jan.  20,  1804. 
Benjamin  PhiHps  m.  Thompson  Attwell,  Sept.  23,  1783. 
Humphrey  Philips  m.  Elizabeth  Weston,  May  29,  1798. 
John  Philips  m.  Lydia  Wheedon,  Oct.  29,  181 1. 
John  Philips  m.  Mary  Robinson,  Dec.  18,  1812. 
Paul  Philips  m.  Ann  Rodwell,  Apr.  3,  1780. 
Paul  PhiHps  m.  Henrietta  M.  Williams,  Mch.  26,  1788. 
Philip  Philips  m.  Sarah  Hopkins,  Apr.  14,  1781. 
Rubin  Philips  m.  Elizabeth  Cromwell,  July  8,  1795. 
Vachel  Philips  m.  Julia  Little,  June  24,  1800. 
William  Philips  m.  Patience  Marsh,  Dec.  6,  1780. 
William  Philps  m.  Elizabeth  Chalmers,  Nov.  10,  1787. 
George  Phinlison  m.  Margaret  Dehay,  July  9,  1783. 
Benjamin  Phips  m.  Suana  Kilman,  July  21,  1778. 
Benjamin  Phips  m.  Anne  Hopkins,  Feb.  3,  1789. 
John  Phips  m.  Mary  Kidd,  Dec.  19,  1785. 
John  Phips  m.  Larah  Busey,  Feb.  24,  1800. 
John  Phipps  m.  Elizabeth  Mace,  Dec.  22,  1814. 
Nathaniel  Phips  m.  Ann  Phips,  Mch.  22,  1802. 
Roger  Phipps  m.  Artridge  Phipps,  Feb.  5,  1806. 
Roger  Phips  m.  Willy  Basford,  Jan.  12,  1810. 
Roger  Phips  m.  Sarah  Ann  King,  Mch.  24,  18 14. 
Roger  Phipps  m.  EHzabeth  Pearl,  Dec.  31,  181 6. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  463 

Thomas  Phips  m.  Sarah  Forster,  Mch.  2,  1779. 

Thomas  Phips  m.  Anne  Foreman,  Feb.  26,  1805. 

Benjamin  Pindle  m.  Julia  Anderson,  June  14,  1818. 

Gassaway  Pindell  m.  Mary  Watkins,  May  15,  1783. 

Philip  Pindle  m.  Ann  Duvall,  June  15,  1789. 

Philip  Pindle  m.  Sarah  Watkins,  Feb.  11,  1792. 

PhiHp  Pindell  m.  Anne  Hall,  Jan.  10,  1794. 

Richard  Pindell  m.  Ann  Ridgely,  Jan.  22,  181 1. 

Rinaldo  Pindell  m.  Eleanor  Pindell,  July  6,  181 5. 

Thomas  Pindel  m.  Eleanor  Watkins,  Dec.  13,  1791. 

Anthony  Pinkney  m.  Margaret  GiUiss,  June  4,  1791. 

Jonthan  Pinkney  Jn^  m.  Elizabeth  Munroe,  May  7,  1791. 

Jonathan  Pinkney  m.  Rebecca  Daxidson,  Oct.  27,  1804. 

Ninian  Pinkney  m.  Mary  Gassaway,  Apr.  13,  1802. 

Ninian  Pinkney  m.  Amelia  Hobbs,  May  i,  1806. 

Thomas  Piper  m.  Ann  Tucker,  Nov.  23,  1779. 

Thomas  Piper  m.  Ann  liams,  July  12,  1786. 

Thomas  Pitt  m.  Sarah  Sewell,  June  13,  1782. 

William  Pitt  m.  Ann  Fans,  July  7,  1796. 

John  Plater  m.  Elizabeth  Tootle,  Jan.  2,  1790. 

Jacob  Playne  m.  Elizabeth  Clarke,  Aug.  9,  1783. 

Jacob  Plum  m.  Catharine  Folks,  Apr.  24,  1788. 

Ebenezer  Plummer  m.  Eleanor  Childs,  Sept.  25,  1792. 

Gerrard  Plummer  m.  Mary  Hopkins,  Feb.  18,  1802. 

Henry  Plummer  m.  Artridg  Frankling,  June  3,  1797. 

Jerome  Plummer  m.  Henrietta  Hopkins,  June  24,  1807. 

Jerome  Plummer  m.  EHzabeth  Hopkins,  Dec.  19,  1796. 

Richard  Plummer  m.  Margaret  Daveson,  Feb.  9,  1804. 

Samuel  Plummer  m.  Susannah  Rhodes,  Jan.  i,  1806. 

Charles  Polton  m.  Sarah  Burdin,  Jan.  11,  1791. 

Edward  Poole  m.  Jane  Higginson,  June  4,  1797. 

Benjamin  Popham  m.  Margaret  Phips,  Jan.  i,  1788. 

James  Pople  m.  Margaret  Brown,  Jan.  5,  1819. 

Nathaniel  Porter  m.  Pamelia  Scott,  Jan.  i,  1793. 

Henry  Powell  m.  Sarah  Purnell,  Apr.  19,  1779. 

John  Powell  m.  Elizabeth  Gardner,  Aug.  20,  1793. 

John  Powell  m.  Elizabeth  Sanders,  Dec.  23,  1795. 

William  Powell  m.  Elizabeth  Mead,  Oct.  14,  1780. 

Thomas  Pownall  m.  Rachel  Deale,  Dec.  16,  1780. 

John  Prather  m.  Mary  Moore,  June  18,  1796. 

Rezin  Prather  m.  Sarah  Ray,  Mch.  7,  1799. 

Jn°.  Theophelas  Beech  Blecker  Prentiss  m.  Nancy  Kilman,  Dec.  4,  1802. 


464    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Leonard  Preshell  m.  Nancy  Barker,  May  24,  1800. 

Bennet  Price  m.  Sarah  Lane,  May  13,  1780. 

Henry  Price  m.  i\nn  Wilks,  June  13,  1816. 

James  Price  m.  Mary  Busey,  Feb.  10,  1801. 

James  Price  m.  Ann  Armager,  Dec.  11,  1804. 

John  Price  m.  Sarah  Vemall,  Aug.  10,  1790. 

Lubom  Price  m.  Anne  Evans,  May  i,  1794. 

Walter  L.  Price  m.  Lavinia  Gassavvay,  Nov.  5,  1818. 

Zachariah  Prieston  m.  Nancy  Rockhold,  Feb.  26,  1795. 

William  Pritchard  m.  Eliza  Hutton,  Oct.  7,  1806. 

Samuel  Proctor  m.  Sarah  Dorsey,  Aug.  31,  1805. 

Williams  Proctor  m.  Rebecca  Wootton,  Nov.  27,  1781. 

Daniel  Pr>'an  m.  Ann  Williams,  Dec.  25,  1779. 

Aquela  Pumphrey  m.  Ann  Catherine  Walker,  Jan.  2,  1804. 

Gabrial  Pumphrey  m.  Rachel  Brashears,  Feb.  24,  1 794. 

Isaiah  Pumphrey  m.  Sarah  Bell,  Dec.  9,  1820. 

Walter  Pumphrey  m.  Rachel  Angler,  Feb.  25,  1786. 

Walter  Pumphrey  m.  Rebecca  Redmond,  May  9,  1820. 

Zachriah  Pumphrey  m.  Sarah  Atvvell,  Nov.  11,  1797. 

Zachariah  Pumphrey  m.  Elizabeth  Boone,  May  11,  1802. 

Henry  Purdy  m.  Mary  Phelps,  Sept.  30,  1782. 

Henry  Purdy  m.  Mary  Gwinn,  Jan.  7,  1797. 

Henry  Purdy  m.  Sarah  Bird,  July  6,  1818. 

James  Purdy  m.  EHzabeth  Purdy,  May  30,  1801. 

James  Purdy  m.  Mary  Kirkland,  Jan.  14,  1818. 

John  Purdy  m.  Susannah  Purdy,  Feb.  18,  1802. 

Lewis  Purdy  m.  Elizabeth  Purdy,  Feb.  19,  181 1. 

Sandy  Purdy  m.  EHzabeth  ]\LCubbin,  Dec.  7,  1799. 

William  Purdy  m.  Sarah  Pierce,  Apr.  28,  1798. 

Anthony  Queen  m.  Mary  Queen,  Apr.  10,  1816. 

Daniel  Queen  m.  Hannah  Prout,  Feb.  7,  1814. 

Paul  Queen  m.  Ann  Prout,  Oct.  8,  1817. 

Samuel  Queen  m.  Nancy  Barnett,  Jan.  14,  1818. 

Augustine  Randall  m.  Mary  Busey,  Aug.  7,  1779. 

Beale  Randall  m.  Martha  Robosson,  Nov.  9,  1815. 

Christopher  Randall  m.  Anne  Crandall,  Nov.  12,  1788. 

Edward  Randall  m.  Charlotte  Ford,  Apr.  11,  1812. 

John  Randall  m.  Deborah  Knapp,  Jan.  7,  1783. 

John  Randall  m.  Sarah  Clarke,  Aug.  20,  1791. 

Lewis  Ransel  m.  Sarah  Annes,  Sept.  i,  1785. 

Charles  Ratcliff  m.  EHzabeth  Lybrant,  Oct.  7,  1777. 

Gilbert  RatHf  m.  Anne  Lambeth,  Jan.  22,  1807. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  465 

Frederick  F.  A.  Rawlings  m.  Ann  Tydings,  Dec.  18,  1811. 
John  Rawlings  m.  Sophia  Duvall,  May  9,  1794. 
John  Rawlings  m.  Mary  Craten,  Dec.  7,  1813. 
Jonathan  Rawlings  m.  Rachel  Bryan,  Apr.  2,  1794. 
Joseph  Rawlings  m.  Elizabeth  Robinson,  Jan.  21,  1802. 
Joshua  Rawlings  m.  Elizabeth  Lusby,  July  13,  1789. 
Richard  Rawlings  m.  Sarah  Thornton,  Apr.  24,  1781. 
Richard  Rawlings  m.  Mary  Bryan,  Dec.  23,  1789. 
Richard  Rawlings  m.  Elizabeth  Taylor,  Feb.  7,  1800. 
Richard  Rawlings  m.  Susannah  Tayman,  Feb.  16,  181 1. 
Richard  G.  Rawlings  m.  Airy  Jeamis,  Nov.  28,  1803. 
Stephen  Rawlings  m.  Eleanor  Lusby,  Jan.  6,  1779. 
Thomas  RawHngs  m.  Tebitha  Donaldson,  Jan.  12,  1804. 
William  Rawlings  m.  Elizabeth  Retollick,  June  13,  1801. 
John  Ray  m.  Catharine  Beard,  Sept.  27,  1787. 
James  Reed  m.  Rachel  Williams,  Apr.  23,  1779. 
John  Read  m.  Mary  Welch,  Sept.  10,  1783. 
John  Read  m.  Sebby  Rockhold,  Dec.  20,  1786. 
EHjah  Redman  m.  Catherine  Atkinson,  July  2t„  1793. 
Elijah  Redman  m.  Ann  Linthicum,  Feb.  6,  1797. 
Elijah  Redman  m.  Priscilla  Black,  Dec.  11,  1794. 
Michael  Redman  m.  Rebecca  Bright,  Nov.  8,  1810. 
Thomas  Redman  m.  Rebecca  Preston,  Mch.  2,  1818. 
William  Reeves  m.  Rebecca  Hanshaw,  Dec.  19,  1791. 
John  Adam  Reigle  m.  EHza  Ann  Lusby,  Feb.  8,  1813. 
Zachariah  Reston  m.  Hero  Robinson,  June  25,  1812. 
Simon  Retalaca  m.  EHzabeth  Miles,  June  24,  1782. 
Simon  Retullick  Jn^  m.  Sarah  Phelps,  June  8,  1798. 
George  Reynolds  m.  Withemina  Crandell,  Feb.  22,  1793. 
Harrison  Pella  Reynolds  m.  Mary  Stallins,  Dec.  2,  1791. 
John  Rhodes  m.  Ann  Sweeney,  Oct.  30,  1777. 
John  Rhodes  m.  Margaret  Fowler,  Mch.  23,  1786. 
Clement  Richards  m.  Elizabeth  Brewer,  Sept.  2,  1784. 
Clement  Richards  m.  Sarah  Tucker,  May  31,  1806. 
Edward  Richards  m.  Sarah  Lewis,  May  10,  1792. 
Paul  Richards  m.  Mary  Gordon,  July  12,  1783. 
Adam  Richardson  m.  Ann  Watkins,  Oct.  17,  1778. 
Amos  Richardson  m.  Eleanor  Ingram  Carr,  Feb.  6,  1807. 
John  Richardson  m.  Mima  Shekells,  Dec.  31,  1789. 
Thomas  Richardson  m.  Hero  Handshaw,  Jan.  3,  1784. 
Thomas  Richardson  m.  Margaret  Davis,  Jan.  21,  1789. 
William  Richardson  m.  Sarah  Phelps,  Jan.  22,  1787. 
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466    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

William  Richardson  m.  Sarah  Lampley,  Feb.  2,  1796. 
William  Richardson  m.  Rachel  Plummer,  Nov.  2,  1801. 
Charles  Rickcords  m.  DeHIah  Hilton,  May  22,  1783. 
Edmund  Rickcords  m.  Mary  Seaders,  June  8,  1793. 
John  Ricketts  m.  Sarah  Abbott,  July  15,  1782. 
Nicholas  Ricketts  m.  Mary  Warfield,  Apr.  19,  1784. 
Jacob  Riddle  m.  Mary  Hopper,  Dec.  15,  1788. 
Charles  Ridgely  m.  Sarah  Gist,  July  10,  1779. 
Charles  Ridgely  m.  Elizabeth  Fowler,  Jan.  30,  1810. 
David  Ridgely  m.  Julia  Maria  Woodfield,  Apr.  12,  1814. 
John  Ridgely  m.  Harriett  Callahan,  Nov.  3,  1812. 
Mordecai  Ridgely  m.  Mary  Cromwell,  Apr.  14,  1789. 
Nicholas  Ridgely  m.  Jemima  Meriken,  Jan.  16,  1819. 
Peregrine  Ridgely  m.  Mary  Lewis,  Aug.  3,  1789. 
Philemon  D.  Ridgely  m.  Elizabeth  White,  Dec.  28,  1791. 
Richard  Ridgely  m.  EHzabeth  Dorsey,  Oct.  3,  1778. 
Richard  Ridgely  m.  Mary  Jane  Brewer,  Dec.  14,  1819. 
William  Ridgely  m.  Nancy  Woodward,  Feb.  8,  1803. 
George  Ridley  m.  Mary  Tucker,  June  4,  1781. 
Horatio  Ridout  m.  Ann  Weems,  Oct.  12,  1812. 
John  Rigby  m.  Elizabeth  Coulter,  Sept.  10,  1799. 
James  Riggs  m.  Eliza  Burnes,  Feb.  9,  1796. 
James  Ringgold  m.  Eliza  Slemaker,  Apr.  4,  1808. 
James  Riston  m.  Margaret  Spencer,  June  3,  1786. 
Zachariah  Riston  m.  Ann  Kirby,  Dec.  II,  181 7. 
James  Roark  m.  Barbara  Taylor,  Apr.  25,  1806. 
John  Roberts  m.  Margery  Brashears,  Feb.  7,  1785. 
Richard  Roberts  m.  Sarah  Owens,  Nov.  16,  1789. 
Thomas  Roberts  m.  Rebecca  Braishears,  Jan.  25,  1780. 
William  Roberts  m.  Margaret  Roberts,  Dec.  22,  1784. 
William  Roberts  m.  Sarah  Lambath,  July  25,  1787. 
WilHam  Roberts  m.  Elizabeth  Hall,  Jan.  9,  1798. 
William  Roberts  m.  Sarah  Mules,  Nov.  20,  1819. 
Thomas  Robertson  m.  Martha  Reaves,  Apr.  i,  1786. 
Thomas  Robertson  m.  Louisa  Fairbrother,  Jan.  13,  1803. 
John  Robins  m.  Ann  Riley,  Mch.  25,  1779. 
Charles  Robinson  m.  Frances  R.  Watts,  July  22,  1779. 
Charles  Robinson  m.  Patience  Johnson,  Nov.  11,  1807. 
Dax-id  Robinson  m.  Kitty  Johnson,  Apr.  8,  1800. 
Dennis  Robinson  m.  Ann  Cheney,  Jan.  29,  1788. 
Dennis  Robinson  m.  Mary  Atkinson,  June  13,  1799. 
Hezekiah  Roboson  m.  Ellen  Collins,  Dec.  19,  1797- 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  467 

James  Robinson  m.  Eliz.  Kirby,  Sept.  18,  1784. 

John  Robinson  m.  Jane  Turner,  June  8,  1791. 

Jn°.  Baptist  Robinson  m.  Sarah  Steuart,  Nov.  24,  1797. 

Joseph  Robinson  m.  Nancy  Howington,  June  4,  1818. 

Lawrence  Robinson  m.  Eleanor  Potter,  May  3,  1800. 

Luke  Robinson  m.  Rachel  Brigdell,  Apr.  21,  1777. 

Luke  Robinson  m.  Hero  Richardson,  May  14,  1791. 

Richard  Robosson  m.  Mar>'  Shriver,  Sept.  2,  1777. 

Richard  Robinson  m.  IMary  Henvvood,  Aug.  16,  1817. 

Thomas  Robinson  m.  Milley  Foreman,  Apr.  5,  1798. 

Thomas  Robinson  m.  ISIary  Gardiner,  Feb.  24,  1800. 

Thomas  Robinson  m.  Elizabeth  Selby,  May  16,  1801. 

Thomas  Robinson  m.  Elizabeth  Jacob,  Mch.  8,  1794. 

Vachel  Robinson  m.  Dorcus  M'^Cubbin,  Jan.  15,  1805. 

Zachariah  Robinson  m.  Elizabeth  Phillips,  Nov.  ID,  1818. 

Charles  Rockhold  m.  Jane  M-^Cubbin,  Oct.  27,  1779. 

Elijah  Rockhold  m.  Charlotte  Linstool  [Linstod?],  Feb.  20,  1816. 

Thomas  Rockhold  m.  Sarah  Rockhold,  May  11,  1787. 

Thomas  Rockhold  m.  Ara  Conaway,  June  23,  1802. 

Thomas  C.  Rockhold  m.  Mary  Young,  Mch.  27,  1812. 

John  Rogers  m.  Tamasina  Fames,  May  18,  1778. 

Thomas  Roland  m.  Eleanor  Harrison,  Feb.  21,  1803. 

Richard  Rooke  m.  Mary  Roberts,  June  18,  181 8. 

Edward  Roper  m.  Mary  Williams,  Dec.  19,  1789. 

William  Rose  m.  Rachel  Allen,  June  18,  1783. 

John  Ross  m.  Magdalane  Pitt,  Dec.  2,  1786. 

Nathaniel  Ross  m.  Ann  Little,  Mch.  18,  1784. 

Peter  Ross  m.  Hester  I.  Taylor,  Dec.  4,  1815. 

James  Rourke  m.  Sophia  M'Cauley,  Feb.  6,  1789. 

Nehemiah  Rowles  m.  Candace  Jenings,  Nov.  28,  1792. 

John  Rowley  m.  Elizabeth  Fowler,  July  12,  1785. 

James  Royson  m.  Mary  Lairy,  Sept.  27,  1783. 

James  Ruark  m.  Luvana  Tucker,  July  17,  1784. 

Stephen  Rummells  m.  Lucy  Harris,  Oct.  27,  1799. 

William  Rummells  m.  Lydia  Whitaker,  Oct.  16,  1792. 

Richard  Rush  m.  Catherine  Eliz^.  Murray,  Aug.  28,  1809. 

Thomas  Rutland  m.  Ann  Hall,  July  26,  1784. 

Thomas  Rutland  m.  Catherine  Howard,  Jan.  6,  1785. 

James  Ryan  m.  Henrietta  Jackson,  Dec.  24,  1811. 

John  Ryan  m.  Catherine  Lowry,  Nov.  6,  1784. 

Joshua  Saffield  m.  Ruth  M"=Coy,  Jan.  25,  1803. 

James  Sanders  m.  EHzabeth  Groves,  June  6,  1791. 


468     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

John  Sanders  m.  Mary  Dunn,  Nov.  7,  1777. 
William  Sanders  m.  Elizabeth  Rawlings,  Feb.  27,  1790. 
William  Sanders  m.  Eliza  Smith,  Jan.  24,  1816. 
William  Saunders  m.  Sarah  Davis,  Dec.  11,  1780. 
John  Sands  m.  Mary  Wiseman,  July  19,  1784. 
John  Sands  m.  Delila  Philips,  July  20,  1799. 
John  Sands  m.  Ellen  Rawlin,  Feb.  22,  1809. 
Joseph  Sands  m.  Sarah  Rawlings,  Feb.  17,  1798. 
Samuel  Sands  m.  Mary  Smith,  Dec.  21,  1793. 
Samuel  Sands  m.  Ary  Goodwin,  Oct.  20,  1796.  ' 
George  Sank  m.  Anne  Ijams,  Jan.  29,  1799. 
John  Sansbury  m.  Sarah  Wiltshire,  July  16,  1779. 
Levy  Sansbury  m.  Elizabeth  Phips,  Oct.  25,  181 5. 
Caleb  Sappington  m.  Margaret  Gambrill,  Nov.  30,  1790. 
Francis  B.  Sappington  m.  Ann  Ridgely,  Oct.  28,  1783. 
John  Sappington  m.  Rachel  Drane,  Dec.  18,  1790. 
Nathanuel  Sappington  m.  Mary  Jennings,  Feb.  17,  1784. 
Nathaniel  Sappington  m.  Mary  Taylor,  Jan.  31,  1801. 
Thomas  Sappington  m.  Mary  Ann  Jenings,  Sept.  8,  1783. 
Thomas  Sappington  m.  Elizabeth  Lewis,  Aug.  16,  1790. 
Thomas  Sappington  m.  Susanna  Allen,  Jan.  22,  1800. 
William  Sappington  m.  Rebecca  Philips,  Feb.  10,  1795. 
Samuel  Sarjent  m.  Sarah  Fountaine,  Apr.  29,  1818. 
Abner  Schultz  m.  Henny  Basil,  May  4,  1814. 
George  Schwarer  m.  Ketura  Ann  Watts,  July  8,  1812. 
Cato  Scott  m.  Priscilla  Wallace,  Jan.  19,  1790. 
Leonard  Scott  m.  Sarah  Wheeler,  Nov.  7,  1805. 
William  Scott  m.  Eliza  Bryan,  Dec.  9,  1820. 
Benjamin  Scrivener  m.  Apiary  Powell,  June  6,  1817. 
Francis  Scrivener  m.  Eleanor  Robertson,  Nov.  25,  1794. 
George  Scrivener  m.  Lurana  Childs,  Mch.  6,  1805. 
George  Scrivener  m.  Mary  Childs,  Dec.  11,  1807. 
John  Scrivener  m.  Eliza  Smith  Boswell,  Sept.  18,  1817. 
Lewis  Scrivener  m.  Kessiah  Trott,  Jan.  14,  1781. 
Vincent  Scrivener  m.  Mary  Griffith,  Dec.  11,  1788. 
Walter  Scrivener  m.  Jemima  Childs,  June  2,  1802. 
William  Scrivener  m.  Henrietta  Dixon,  Oct.  29,  1779. 
Philip  Scrogin  m.  Mary  Keephart,  Aug.  10,  1779. 
Benedict  Seaborn  m.  Sarah  Linstead,  Aug.  30,  1788. 
Caleb  Sears  m.  Anne  Kersey,  Apr.  22,  1793. 
Caleb  Sears  m.  Charity  Mulliken,  Feb.  13,  1802. 
James  Sears  m.  Anne  Bevcridge,  Aug.  6,  1790. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  469 

William  Sears  J n^  m.  Artridge  Lamden,  Nov.  30,  1812. 
William  Sears  J n^  m.  Elizabeth  Murdock,  Oct.  24,  1816. 
Bennett  Seeders  m.  Hannah  Weedon,  Dec.  28,  1793. 
Henry  Seaders  m.  Ruth  Seaders,  Dec.  23,  1799. 
John  Sefton  m.  Mary  Harwood,  Oct.  13,  1819. 
John  I.  Seibert  m.  Catharine  Minskey,  Dec.  24,  1779. 
Jonathan  Selby  m.  Susanna  Welch,  June  9,  1786. 
Joseph  Selby  m.  Ann  Carter,  Sept.  4,  1779. 
Joseph  Selby  m.  Elizabeth  Sellman,  Oct.  28,  1785. 
Jonathan  Sellman  m.  Rachel  Lucas,  Jan.  7,  1783. 
Jonathan  Sellman  m.  Anne  E.  Harwood,  May  22,  1794. 
Leonard  Sellman  m.  Mary  Walker  Rankin,  June  23,  1804. 
Thomas  Sellman  m.  Sarah  Wood,  Jan.  3,  1783. 
Thomas  Sellman  m.  Elizabeth  Sellman,  Nov.  16,  1798. 
Charles  Seveir  m.  Sophia  Hardesty,  Dec.  2,  1820. 
Vachel  Severe  m.  Mary  Dadds,  Dec.  27,  1816. 
Daniel  Seward  m.  Ann  Banks,  Oct.  26,  1781. 
Augustine  Sewell  m.  Mary  Pitts,  Feb.  21,  1784. 
Benjamin  Sewel  m.  Hester  Nicholson,  Jan.  10,  1806. 
Elijah  Sewell  m.  Anne  Chaney,  Mch.  2,  1809. 
John  Sewell  m.  Lydia  Baldwin,  Feb.  27,  1804. 
Vachel  Sewell  m.  Debora  Johnson,  Dec.  18,  1779. 
Vachel  Sewell  m.  Sarah  Anglin,  Mch.  18,  1796. 
William  Sewell  m.  Rebecca  Disney,  Dec.  27,  1790. 
John  T.  Shaaff  m.  Mary  Stewart,  Feb.  6,  1812. 
William  Sharrett  m.  Trasa  Ireland,  Apr.  9,  1779. 
Elias  Shaw  m.  Elizabeth  Langford,  July  24,  1813. 
George  Shaw  m.  Eliza  Robinson,  Apr.  3,  18 19. 
James  Shaw  m.  Anne  Knapp,  Dec.  8,  1789. 
John  Shaw  m.  Ann  Welstead  Pratt,  July  19,  1777. 
John  Shaw  m.  Margaret  Steuart,  Mch.  3,  1798. 
John  Shaw  m.  Jane  Telby,  Feb.  12,  1807. 
Caleb  Sheckells  m.  Keziah  Hill,  Jan.  15,  1820. 
Enoch  Sheckells  m.  Sarah  Smith,  Jan.  10,  1818. 
Francis  Shekell  m.  Rebecca  Cheney,  Oct.  14,  1783. 
Francis  Scheckells  m.  Ann  Wells,  Nov.  2,  1786. 
John  Sheckells  m.  Mary  Shearbutt,  Apr.  26,  1791. 
Richard  Sheckell  m.  Sarah  S.  Richardson,  Oct.  17,  1796. 
Richard  Sheckells  m.  Anne  Jones,  Jan.  31,  1800. 
Thomas  Sheckells  m.  Jane  Owens,  Dec.  31,  1807. 
Thomas  Sheckells  m.  Ann  Hopkins,  Nov.  30,  1813. 
Basil  Shepherd  m.  Elizabeth  M''Nier,  July  29,  1802. 


470     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Charles  Shepherd  m.  Ann  Brown,  May  9,  1807. 

Henry  Shepard  m.  Sarah  Dove,  Dec.  18,  1795. 

James  Shepherd  m.  Lucretia  Martindale,  Jan.  9,  1808. 

James  Sheppard  m.  Susanna  Mace,  Dec.  6,  1817. 

John  Shepherd  m.  Ruth  Lewis,  Sept.  30,  1780. 

John  Shepard  m.  Rebecca  Forrest,  Dec.  24,  1794. 

John  Shepherd  m.  Mary  Owens,  Apr.  10,  1804. 

Nathaniel  Shepherd  m.  Rebecca  Murphey,  Jan.  26,  1779. 

Nathaniel  Shepherd  m.  Mary  Owens,  Oct.  28,  1783. 

Nathaniel  Shepherd  m.  Christian  Middleton,  July  21,  1788. 

Samuel  Shepherd  m.  Margaret  Humblert,  Oct.  6,  1798. 

Benjamin  Sherbird  m.  Lidia  Hopkins,  July  i,  1807. 

Benjamin  Sherbert  m.  Ann  Hutton,  Jan.  6,  1816. 

Edward  Sherbert  m.  Mary  Ann  King,  Feb.  14,  1820. 

George  Shearbert  m.  Elizabeth  Alvey,  Apr.  16,  1793. 

Rezin  Shurbutt  m.  Mary  Winderson,  Sept.  7,  1808. 

Richard  Shearbutt  m.  Mary  Hardisty,  Dec.  29,  1800. 

Richard  Sherbutt  m.  Anne  Maine,  Jan.  17,  1809. 

Thomas  Sherbutt  m.  Margaret  Hutton,  June  8,  1782. 

Thomas  Sheurbutt  m.  Mary  Welch,  May  26,  1797. 

Philemon  Sherwood  m.  Sarah  Wells,  Feb.  2,  1799. 

Benjamin  Shields  m.  Sarah  Johnson,  Oct.  8,  1805. 

Caleb  Shields  m.  Jane  Brown,  May  12,  1777. 

Benjamin  Shipley  m.  Catherine  Marriott,  Sept.  2,  1809. 

Henry  Shipley  m.  Sarah  Scott,  Sept.  19,  1806. 

Gideon  Shoemaker  m.  Achsah  Ward,  Jan.  3,  1787. 

Samuel  P.  Shoemaker  m.  Elizabeth  Hurst,  Sept.  24,  1783. 

Jacob  Short  m.  Eleanor  Wells,  Dec.  24,  1801. 

John  Short  m.  Anne  Hood,  Feb.  19,  1794. 

John  Shorter  m.  Rhoda  Cadle,  June  18,  1798. 

John  Martin  Shrimps  m.  Maria  Catharine  Thurisia  Gross,  Oct.  20,  1787. 

Cornelius  Shriver  m.  Ann  Collins,  Apr.  5,  1806. 

William  Shurlock  m.  Susan  Bassford,  Jan.  11,  1813. 

Henry  Sibell  m.  Elizabeth  Steviderson,  May  28,  1777. 

Jn°.  Henry  Sibell  m.  Mary  Stallings,  Jan.  31,  1805. 

Edward  Sifton  m.  Elizabeth  Scogell,  May  7,  1778. 

William  Sifton  m.  Sarah  Watkins,  Apr.  25,  1785. 

John  Silence  m.  Susannah  Andrews,  Jan.  14,  1788. 

Abraham  Simmons  m.  Eleanor  Nowell,  Aug.  10,  1787. 

Basil  Simmons  m.  Ann  Wyvill,  Apr.  20,  1801. 

Chapman  Simmons  m.  Rebecca  Stallings,  Jan.  11,  1799. 

David  Simmons  m.  Dorcas  Dorsey,  Feb.  11,  1809. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  471 

Ezekiel  Simmons  m.  Ashsah  Conner,  Dec.  21,  1 816. 
Isaac  Simmons  m.  Ann  Childs,  Feb.  14,  1784. 
Isane  Simmons  m.  Ann  Childs,  Jan.  26,  1801. 
Isaac  Simmons  m.  Elizabeth  Masen,  Dec.  3,  1818. 
James  Simmons  m.  Mary  Drury,  Sept.  8,  1794. 
Jeremiah  C.  Simmons  m.  Aira  Nowell,  Dec.  23,  1800. 
John  Simmons  m.  Sarah  Holland,  Apr.  17,  1819. 
Joseph  Simmons  m.  Elizabeth  Thomas,  Sept.  13,  1787. 
Richard  Simmons  m.  Elizabeth  Simmons,  Jan.  22,  1795. 
Richard  Simmons  m.  Susanna  Nowell,  Feb.  14,  1795. 
Richard  Simmons  m.  Agnes  Hardesty,  Jan.  27,  1806. 
Thomas  T.  Simmons  m.  Ann  V.  Harrison,  July  14,  1812. 
William  Simmons  m.  Margaret  Chaulk,  Apr.  21,  1781. 
William  Simmons  m.  Mary  Hall,  Dec.  21,  1805. 
William  Simmons  m.  Matilda  Hinton,  Dec.  17,  1808. 
William  W.  Simmons  m.  Matilda  Tillard,  Sept.  20,  1804. 
Basil  Simpson  m.  Sarah  Worthington,  Apr.  29,  1783. 
John  Simpson  m.  Mary  Phillips,  Dec.  31,  1796. 
Joshua  Simpson  m.  Rebecca  Warfield,  Jan.  13,  1801. 
Thomas  Slaughter  m.  Elizabeth  Bash,  May  14,  1779. 
Jacob  Slemaker  m.  Elizabeth  Elliott,  Oct.  13,  1803. 
Andrew  Sheer  m.  Elizabeth  Selby,  Nov.  29,  1797. 
PhiHp  SHtchbury  m.  Mary  Robertson,  Dec.  23,  1782. 
John  Small  m.  Ann  Pettiboon,  Oct.  i,  1777. 
William  Smallwood  m.  Sarah  Phelps,  Oct.  14,  1792. 
Anthony  Smith  m.  Mary  Ann  Brown,  Nov.  8,  1816. 
Aquila  Smith  m.  Mary  Reeves,  Feb.  14,  1795. 
Edward  Smith  m.  Ann  Warfield,  Mch.  12,  1782. 
Elijah  Smith  m.  Martha  Jenkins,  Aug.  23,  1788. 
Frederick  Smith  m.  Prudence  Clarke,  June  23,  1783. 
Henry  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Thackrell,  Apr.  24,  1788. 
Henry  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Weedon,  Sept.  Ii,  1788. 
Henry  Smith  m.  Mary  WiUiams,  Feb.  i,  1794. 
Horatio  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Swain,  Oct.  29,  181 7. 
James  Smith  m.  Christian  Annis,  Aug.  28,  1782. 
James  Smith  m.  Amelia  Larmar,  Sept.  27,  1817. 
John  Smith  m.  Margaret  Pindle,  July  15,  1779. 
John  Smith  m.  Mary  Laveale,  Jan.  22,  1782. 
John  Smith  m.  Rachel  Dolly,  Apr.  24,  1783. 
John  Smith  m.  Clarrissa  Vineyard,  Apr.  10,  1783. 
John  Smith  m.  Sarah  Tydings,  Sept.  26,  1785. 
John  Smith  m.  Eleanor  Mullikin,  Jan.  20,  1789. 


472     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

John  Smith  m.  Anne  Yieldhall,  Aug.  22,  1791. 
John  Smith  m.  Rebecca  Fuller,  May  18,  1793. 
John  Smith  m.  Eleanor  Brigdell,  Jan.  29,  1795. 
John  Smith  m.  Ruth  Gray,  Jan.  11,  1798. 
John  Smith  m.  Sarah  Hunter,  Aug.  6,  1807. 
John  Smith  m.  Artadge  Randall,  Feb.  19,  1808. 
John  Smith  m.  Mary  Dorsey,  Mch.  16,  1815. 
John  Smith  m.  Airy  liams,  Aug.  17,  181 5. 
Joseph  Smith  m.  Pasafy  Wiley,  June  25,  181 1. 
Joseph  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Warfield,  Dec.  21,  181 1. 
Joseph  Smith  m.  Ann  Sprigg,  Sept.  27,  1817. 
Nathaniel  Smith  m.  Hannah  Randall,  Apr.  28,  1794. 
Nathaniel  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Leech,  July  24,  1794. 
Philip  Smith  m.  Margaret  Gardner,  Nov.  14,  1802. 
Richard  Smith  m.  Mary  Thackrall,  Aug.  15,  1778. 
Richard  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Meeke,  Feb.  i,  1809. 
Thomas  Smith  m.  Mary  Deale,  June  12,  1779. 
Thomas  Smith  m.  Elizabeth  Churd,  Apr.  i,  1788. 
Thomas  Smith  m.  Margaret  Clarke,  Oct.  21,  1803. 
William  Smith  m.  Mary  Miles,  Jan.  22,  1795. 
William  Smith  m.  Eleanor  Young,  May  29,  1813. 
William  Smith  m.  Mary  Drury,  Apr.  7,  18 14. 
William  Smith  m.  Ann  Johnson,  July  15,  1817. 
Elisha  Smithson  m.  Alley  Alsop,  May  i,  1802. 
John  Snowden  m.  Rachel  Hopkins,  Feb.  25,  1783. 
Nicholas  Snowden  m.  Elizabeth  Thomas,  Sept.  30,  1806. 
Richard  Snowden  m.  Eliza  Warfield,  Feb.  2,  1798. 
Charles  Snyder  m.  Mary  Poulton,  Dec.  6,  1808. 
James  P.  Soper  m.  Anne  Mayo,  June  3,  1801. 
Solomon  Soward  m.  Sophia  Fuller,  Sept.  26,  1785. 
James  Sowards  m.  Mary  Fuller,  Oct.  10,  1787. 
Anthony  Sparrow  m.  Susanna  Varnel,  Sept.  6,  1804. 
Danuel  Sparrow  m.  Deborah  Williamson,  June  28,  1800. 
John  Sparrow  m.  Ann  Grifiith,  Sept.  29,  181 5. 
Solomon  Sparrow  m.  Rachel  S.  Sellman,  Feb.  14,  1805. 
Solomon  Sparrow  m.  Rachel  S.  Hall,  June  23,  1818. 
Thomas  Sparrow  m.  Catherine  CoUins,  Mch.  24,  1812. 
John  Spears  m.  Sarah  Waters,  Apr.  19,  1820. 
Rob'.  Traill  Spence  m.  Mary  Clare  Carroll,  June  16,  181 2. 
James  Spencer  m.  Mary  Gott,  Nov.  29,  1785. 
Philemon  Spencer  m.  Mary  Carter,  Sept.  15,  1787. 
William  Spicer  m.  Hannah  Traverse,  Apr.  20,  1782. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  473 

John  Spicknall  m.  Ann  Harris,  Apr.  13,  1787. 
Jacob  Sprigg  m.  Catherine  Wallace,  Nov.  3,  1792. 
Samuel  Spriggs  m.  Rebecca  Weston,  Nov.  23,  1786. 
Samuel  Spriggs  m.  Ann  Cook,  May  8,  1813. 
Lewis  Sprogel  m.  Susan  Nicholson,  Aug.  3,  1820. 
Samuel  Sproston  m.  Jane  Marriott,  Mch.  30,  1814. 
Edward  Spurrier  m.  Ann  Griffith,  June  10,  1785. 
Rezen  Spuruer  m.  Phebe  W.  Burgess,  Jan.  2,  1790. 
James  Stallings  m.  Margaret  King,  Dec.  29,  1819. 
John  Stallings  m.  Elizabeth  Parrott,  June  13,  1808. 
John  Stallings  m.  Mary  Howes,  June  3,  1809. 
John  Stallings  m.  Sarah  Farrar,  June  22,  1814. 
Joseph  Stallins  m.  Anne  Smith,  Mch.  24,  1789. 
Thomas  Stallings  m.  Mary  Poole,  Dec.  2,  1800. 
Thomas  Stalhngs  m.  Anne  Lambeth,  Jan.  19,  1816. 
Lancelot  StaUions  m.  Mary  Simmons,  Jan.  5,  1786. 
James  Steele  m.  Mary  Nevit,  Jan.  15,  1789. 
John  Steibart  m.  Margaret  Brown,  Jan.  31,  1782. 
Dennis  Stevens  m.  Sarah  Gambrill,  Mch.  10,  1781. 
John  Stephens  m.  Juliana  J.  Brice,  Nov.  i,  1808. 
Vachel  Stevens  m.  Jennitta  R.  Waller,  July  26,  1780. 
William  Stevens  m.  Elizabeth  Crandell,  Jan.  27,  1809. 
John  Stevenson  m.  Eleanor  Harrison,  Aug.  2,  1803. 
Stephen  Steward  m.  Eleanor  Clarke,  Jan.  16,  1784. 
Caleb  Steuart  m.  Anne  Watkins,  Nov.  26,  1788. 
Charles  Stewart  m.  Mary  Watson,  Feb.  11,  1784. 
Charles  Stewart  m.  Hannah  Robinson,  June  6,  1786. 
Charles  Stewart  m.  Mahala  Nicholls,  Jan.  9,  1812. 
David  Steuart  m.  Mary  Hall,  Jan.  26,  1788. 
David  Steuart  m.  Sarah  Gray,  Sept.  12,  1806. 
Edward  Stewart  m.  Ann  Selby,  Feb.  7,  1786. 
Edward  Stewart  m.  Sarah  Warton,  Aug.  22,  1799. 
Ezekiel  Steuart  m.  Alethia  Owens,  Aug.  2,  1805. 
Ezekiel  Stewart  m.  Eleanor  Frizzel,  Nov.  11,  181 7. 
James  Stewart  m.  Catharine  Smith,  June  24,  1778. 
James  Steuart  m.  Rebecca  Sprigg,  Nov.  4,  1788. 
James  Steuart  m.  Margaret  Knighton,  Jan.  19,  1789. 
James  Steuart  m.  Elizabeth  Davis,  Sept.  30,  181 5. 
John  Steuart  m.  Ann  Yeldell,  May  16,  1797. 
Mordecai  Stewart  m.  Cassandra  Tanyhill,  May  27,  1794. 
Mordecai  Stewart  m.  Anne  Pitts,  Dec.  15,  1796. 
Mordecai  Stewart  m.  Rhody  Hancock,  Apr.  30,  181 1. 


474    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Nicholas  Steuart  m.  Amelia  Watkins,  May  12,  181 8. 

Richard  Steuart  m.  Louisa  Harwood,  Jan.  29,  1817. 

Stephen  Stewart  Jn'.  m.  Elizabeth  Thomas,  Nov.  7,  1777. 

Stephen  Steuart  m.  Anne  Johnson,  May  6,  1806. 

William  Stewart  m.  Sarah  Nicholson,  Sept.  15,  1779. 

William  Stewart  m.  Mary  Scott,  Oct.  20,  1792. 

Nathan  Stinchacomb  m.  Sarah  Moss,  May  26,  1814. 

Thomas  Stinchcomb  m.  Else  Kilman,  Aug.  13,  1777. 

Thomas  Stinchcomb  m.  Sarah  Ross,  Mch.  14,  1795. 

Thomas  Stinchicomb  m.  Sarah  Phipps,  Feb.  11,  1804. 

William  Stinchacomb  m.  Sarah  Adams,  Jan.  23,  1815. 

John  Stocker  m.  Elizabeth  Roberts,  Dec.  27,  1 8 10. 

John  Stockett  m.  Laurro  Beard,  Dec.  13,  1 791. 

John  Shaaff  Stockett  m.  Ann  Matilda  Grason,  Apr.  18,  1812. 

Joseph  Noble  Stockett  m.  Ann  Caroline  Battee,  Nov.  17,  1812. 

Joseph  N.  Stockett  m.  Anne  Sellman,  June  24,  1816. 

Noble  Stockett  m.  Susannah  Beard,  Nov.  6,  1794. 

Richard  G.  Stockett  m.  Margaret  Hall,  Mch.  28,  1799. 

Thomas  Stockett  m.  Lucretia  Marsham,  Oct.  7,  18 16. 

Thomas  W".  Stockett  m.  Susannah  Beard,  Jan.  27,  1797. 

William  Stockett  m.  Mary  HoUyday,  Feb.  27,  1783. 

W".  Thomas  Stockett  m.  Sarah  Beard,  July  31,  1793. 

William  L  Stockett  m.  Mary  Watkins,  Nov.  14,  1797. 

John  T.  Stoddert  m.  Elizabeth  Guinn,  May  23,  1815. 

John  Hoskin  Stone  m.  Mary  Couden,  Feb.  15,  1781. 

Marshall  Stone  m.  Betty  Harris,  Mch.  30,  1791. 

Robert  Conden  Stone  m.  Mary  Mann,  July  23,  1805. 

William  Straughon  m.  Patsy  Cross,  Oct.  25,  1816. 

James  Stremack  m.  Helen  Ross,  Oct.  16,  1778. 

Abraham  Strong  m.  Ann  Weeks,  Sept.  7,  1778. 

Abraham  Strong  m.  Ann  Weeks,  Sept.  8,  1778. 

Mark  Stubbs  m.  Mary  M-'Donald,  May  13,  1778. 

Samuel  Sudler  m.  Sarah  Lav-in,  Apr.  i,  1780. 

William  Sudler  m.  Charlotte  Mackubin,  Apr.  10,  1809. 

Jesse  Suite  m.  Sarah  Giest,  Nov.  20,  1784. 

John  SuUivane  m.  Rebecca  Widdon,  Apr.  12,  1788. 

John  Sullivane  m.  Milla  Butcher,  Apr.  i,  1797. 

Lemuel  H.  SulHvan  m.  Willy  Gardiner,  Dec.  9,  1820. 

Morgan  Sullivan  m.  Sarah  Lambeth,  Oct.  26,  181 6. 

William  Sullivan  m.  Henrietta  Wood,  Jan.  2,  1782. 

William  Sullivan  m.  Matilda  Carr,  May  10,  1820. 

Francis  Sumblin  m.  Mary  Cisach,  Feb.  6,  1801. 


MARRIAGE  LICENSES  475 

Benjamin  Sunderland  m.  Martha  Warfield,  Dec.  30,  1809. 
Benjamin  D.  Sunderland  m.  Ann  Childs,  Mch.  4,  1816. 
Jesse  Sunderland  m.  Elizabeth  Sunderland,  Dec.  10,  181 1. 
Zachariah  Sunderland  m.  Anne  Wood,  Aug.  4,  1804. 
Theodore  Swain  m.  EHzabeth  Rockhold,  Feb.  5,  1810. 
Philip  Swearer  m.  Mary  Miller,  Sept.  10,  1788. 
Seth  Swetzer  m.  Anne  Valliant,  Nov.  9,  1790. 
Benjamin  Talbott  m.  Sarah  Gaither,  Apr.  13,  1785. 
Joshua  Talbot  m.  Elizabeth  Hill,  Oct.  29,  1801. 
Thomas  Talbott  m.  Elizabeth  Green,  Nov.  17,  1788. 
Henry  Tammon  m.  Elizabeth  Landers,  Jan.  23,  1799. 
Thomas  Tanyhill  m.  Mary  Scrivener,  Dec.  19,  1797. 
Thomas  Taunie  m.  Mar>'  Hannah,  Dec.  10,  1779. 
Caleb  Taylor  m.  Ann  Ranken,  Sept.  3,  1778. 
Gamieliel  Taylor  m.  Euphen  Bruce,  Nov.  4,  1804. 
James  Taylor  m.  EHzabeth  Gill,  May  20,  1778. 
James  Taylor  m.  Catherine  Barber,  Feb.  14,  1785. 
James  Taylor  m.  Elizabeth  Sullivane,  Mch.  12,  1793. 
James  Taylor  m.  Alice  Thomas,  Sept.  21,  1815. 
John  Taylor  m.  Mary  Smith,  Feb.  15,  1791. 
John  Taylor  m.  Anne  Ogle,  Oct.  3,  1792. 
John  Taylor  m.  Jemima  Wilson,  Feb.  11,  1793. 
John  Taylor  m.  Phebe  Mickens,  July  3,  1816. 
John  Taylor  m.  Louisa  Weedon,  July  18,  1818. 
Joseph  Taylor  m.  Sarah  Bryan,  Nov.  28,  1798. 
Lemuel  Taylor  m.  Ann  Rawlings,  Nov.  5,  1817. 
Lloyd  Taylor  m.  Mary  E.  Thornton,  Jan.  23,  1802. 
Richard  Taylor  m.  Mary  Ann  Selby,  Dec.  26,  1782. 
Richard  Taylor  m.  Martha  Druse,  Dec.  24,  1798. 
Richard  Taylor  m.  Anne  Boston,  Mch.  4,  1807. 
Snoden  Taylor  m.  Elizabeth  Drane,  Sept.  7,  1782. 
Solomon  Taylor  m.  Eleanor  Chaney,  Jan.  17,  1780. 
William  Taylor  m.  Rebecca  Hines,  May  8,  1790. 
Henry  Tayman  m.  Elizabeth  Talbott,  Nov.  2,  1802. 
John  Tayman  m.  Mary  M'Cauley,  Feb.  13,  1804. 
Thomas  Tayman  m.  Margaret  Turner,  Dec.  31,  181 1. 
Edward  Team  m.  Susanna  Taylor,  Mch.  30,  1784. 
Hugh  Templeton  m.  Mary  Hoover,  Aug.  9,  1794. 
William  Terry  J n'.  m.  Dorothy  Brannock,  Jan.  i,  1819. 
Zachariah  Thackrill  m.  Elizabeth  Cooper,  Mch.  13,  1778. 
Benjamin  Thomas  m.  Elizabeth  James,  Sept.  27,  18 10. 
Benjamin  Thomas  m.  Eliza  Boone,  Dec.  26,  1815. 


476     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Ebenezer  Thomas  m.  Anne  Boone,  Oct.  i,  1802. 
Ebenezer  Thomas  m.  Ann  Carey  Fowler,  Dec.  8,  1808. 
Jeremiah  Thomas  m.  Cassey  Williams,  June  27,  1801. 
John  Thomas  m.  Sarah  Murray,  Aug.  22,  1777. 
John  Thomas  m.  Rebecca  Bryan,  Nov.  2,  1784. 
John  Thomas  m.  Eliza  Ganson,  Dec.  11,  1798. 
John  R.  Thomas  m.  Ann  C.  Pumphrey,  Feb.  11,  1817. 
John  W.  Thomas  m.  Anna  Webster,  Jan.  7,  1813. 
Levin  Thomas  m.  Margaret  M'Guire,  Dec.  23,  1786. 
Luke  Thomas  m.  Jane  Caldclough,  Sept.  13,  1785. 
Philip  Thomas  m.  Sarah  Marg^  Weems,  Mch.  4,  1782. 
Philip  W".  Thomas  m.  Julia  Chisholm,  Nov.  7,  1803. 
Philip  W.  Thomas  m.  Rebecca  Waters,  Sept.  19,  1806. 
Robert  Thomas  m.  Ann  Purely,  May  24,  1803. 
Samuel  Thomas  m.  Anna  Warfield,  Sept.  16,  1789. 
William  Thomas  m.  Rachel  Hutcheson,  May  3,  1780. 
W^illiam  Thomas  m.  Rachel  Rhodes,  F"eb.  5,  1791. 
William  Thomas  m.  Charlotte  Bratcher,  Mch.  6,  1796. 
Alexander  Thompson  m.  Jane  M'New,  Apr.  13,  1789. 
Francis  Thompson  m.  Mary  Watkins,  Mch.  27,  1780. 
Francis  Thompson  m.  Mary  Wood,  May  8,  1780. 
George  Thompson  m.  Mary  MCabe,  Sept.  18,  1789. 
Hugh  Thompson  m.  Elizabeth  Sprigg,  Jan.  18,  1794. 
John  Thompson  m.  Elizabeth  Connoway,  Jan.  3,  1786. 
John  Thompson  m.  Mary  Rowlings,  Oct.  12,  1790. 
John  Thompson  m.  Ann  Marriott,  Dec.  16,  1795. 
John  Thompson  m.  Eleanor  Johnson,  Apr.  5,  1806. 
John  Thompson  m.  Susanna  Tydings,  Dec.  8,  1807. 
John  Thompson  m.  Eleanor  Glover,  Mch.  28,  1818. 
Thomas  Thompson  m.  Mary  Cracroft,  Mch.  23,  1792. 
William  Thompson  m.  Elizabeth  Weeden,  Mch.  7,  1818. 
Richard  Thorp  m.  Sarah  M<^Cubbin,  Apr.  24,  1787. 
William  Thumbbert  m.  Eleanor  Davidson,  Oct.  7,  181 1. 
William  B.  Tilden  m.  Louisa  H.  Howard,  Mch.  21,  1801. 
James  Tilghman  m.  Elizabeth  Johns,  Feb.  7,  1778. 
John  Tilghman  m.  Maria  E.  Gibson,  Dec.  22,  1807. 
John  H.  Tillard  m.  Emmeline  Pindell,  July  22,  1817. 
William  Tillard  m.  Delilah  Simmons,  Sept.  29,  1 813. 
Jasper  E.  Tilley  m.  EHzabeth  Higgins,  May  23,  1793. 
Edward  Timanous  Sn^  m.  Margaret  Morris,  Dec.  5,  1796. 
Edward  Timmons  m.  Sarah  Smith,  Mch.  14,  1782. 
Charles  Tinges  m.  Rebecca  Goldsmith,  Apr.  7,  1789. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  477 

James  Titus  m.  Sarah  liams,  Nov.  14,  181 5. 

Edward  Tobin  m.  Eleanor  Berry,  Jan.  13,  1785. 

John  Todd  m.  Elizabeth  Gray,  Feb.  13,  1783. 

Nathan  Todd  m.  Sarah  Rockhold,  Apr.  14,  1787. 

Richard  Todd  m.  Ann  Merriken,  Jan.  31,  1788. 

Thomas  Todd  m.  Margaret  Gardner,  Apr.  16,  1792. 

Thomas  Todd  m.  Christian  Marshall,  June  7,  1799. 

John  Toft  m.  Elizabeth  Welch,  Feb.  13,  1797. 

John  Toft  m.  Elizabeth  Wheat,  Dec.  14,  1803. 

Thomas  Toft  m.  Ann  Welch,  Mch.  25,  1780. 

Jacob  Tolson  m.  Ruth  Carter,  Mch.  29,  1780. 

James  Tongue  m.  Anne  Cowman,  June  9,  1803. 

Thomas  Tongue  Jn".  m.  Anne  Harrison,  Jan.  3,  1809. 

Richard  Tootle  m.  Harriet  Pryse,  Dec.  18,  1799. 

Richard  Tootle  m.  Mary  Victoria  Devenew,  Dec.  20,  1799. 

Michael  Towell  m.  Mary  Flaharty,  Jan.  11,  1805. 

Thomas  Towell  m.  Comfort  Robinson,  Nov.  26,  1811. 

Thomas  Townsend  m.  Ann  Hutton,  Dec.  23,  1780. 

Thomas  Townsend  m.  Rebecca  Caton,  Nov.  25,  1783. 

Joseph  Toy  m.  Mary  Sparrow,  Mch.  2"],  1788. 

William  Tracy  m.  Elizabeth  Winterson,  Nov.  15,  1804. 

Henry  Hicks  Traverse  m.  Esther  Harding,  Mch.  7,  1795. 

Thomas  Traverse  m.  Elizabeth  Tucker,  Oct.  24,  1793. 

Greenbury  Treakle  m.  Mary  Hobbs,  Nov.  24,  1812. 

Gabriel  Trott  m.  Anne  Beford,  Jan.  9,  1797. 

Gabriel  Trott  m.  Elizabeth  M'-Quillin,  May  7,  1817. 

James  Trott  m.  Sarah  Griffith,  Feb.  18,  1789. 

John  Trott  m.  Elizabeth  Prout,  Nov.  9,  1804. 

Richard  Trott  m.  Anne  Crutchley,  Apr.  7,  181 7. 

Sabret  Trott  m.  Elizabeth  Childs,  Jan.  2,  1787. 

Sabritt  Trott  m.  Anne  Conner,  Apr.  4,  1809. 

Samuel  Trot  m.  Margaret  Nowell,  Dec.  14,  1793. 

William  Trott  m.  Willey  Gibson,  Dec.  29,  1802. 

William  Trott  m.  Mary  Grifhn,  Dec.  26,  181 8. 

Alexander  Truman  m.  Margaret  Reynolds,  May  29,  1781. 

Washington  G.  Tuck  m.  Elizabeth  Lee,  Oct.  15,  1808. 

Washington  G.  Tuck  m.  Rachel  S.  Whittington,  Mch.  16,  1814. 

William  A.  Tuck  m.  Cave  AluUiken,  May  25,  1801. 

Abel  Tucker  m.  Mary  Tydings,  July  17,  1804. 

James  Tucker  m.  Anne  Deale,  Mch.  12,  1814. 

John  Tucker  m.  Ann  Tucker,  July  12,  1783. 

John  Tucker  m.  Lurana  Rawlings,  Feb.  25,  1801. 


478     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Richard  Tucker  m.  Susannah  Cockey,  Sept.  3,  1796. 
Richard  Tucker  m.  Lurana  Tucker,  Dec.  15,  1802. 
Selea  Tucker  m.  Anne  Cockey,  Oct.  29,  1796. 
Thomas  Tucker  m.  Frances  Cockey,  Dec.  14,  1787. 
Thomas  Tucker  m.  Anna  Hooper,  Sept.  8,  1796. 
Thomas  Tucker  m.  Ouara  Wells,  Jan.  6,  1807. 
William  Tucker  m.  Mary  Anne  Brewer,  Aug.  i,  1801. 
WilHam  Tucker  m.  Mary  Elliott,  Aug.  10,  1805. 
Zachariah  Tucker  m.  Catharine  Myers,  Nov.  19,  1778. 
Zachariah  Tucker  m.  Eleanor  Rawlings,  Sept.  25,  1790. 
Zachariah  Tucker  m.  Sarah  Steuart,  Nov.  9,  1802. 
Abraham  Turgason  m.  Anne  Parot,  June  7,  1810. 
Philip  Turner  m.  Margaret  Smith,  May  13,  1799. 
Richard  Turner  m.  Elizabeth  Scrivener,  Dec.  8,  1808. 
Thomas  Turner  m.  Jane  Rockhold,  Aug.  11,  1788. 
Thomas  W.  Turner  m.  Maria  Gambrell,  Dec.  22,  1814. 
Thomas  W.  Turner  m.  Charlotte  Marriott,  Sept.  19,  1816. 
William  Turner  m.  Susannah  Childs,  Jan.  16,  1808. 
Joseph  Tuttell  m.  Rebecca  Howenton,  Jan.  19,  1815. 
George  Twinch  m.  Mary  Watson,  Dec.  31,  1781. 
Horatio  Tydings  m.  Lydia  Kirby,  Jan.  11,  1817. 
John  Tydings  m.  Nancy  Atwell,  Dec.  12,  1810. 
John  Tydings  m.  Rachel  Riston,  Sept.  28,  181 8. 
Joseph  Tydings  m.  Anne  Tydings,  Dec.  12,  1792. 
Joseph  Tydings  m.  Artridge  Knighton,  Dec.  13,  181 6. 
Keley  Tydings  m.  Mary  Beard,  Jan.  30,  1782. 
Keeley  Tydings  m.  Frances  Attwell,  Mch.  20,  1793. 
Kensey  Tydings  m.  Mary  Johnson,  Feb.  16,  1819. 
Lewis  Tydings  m.  Mary  Atwell,  May  27,  1805. 
Richard  Tydings  m.  Eliza  Stewart,  Dec.  24,  1801. 
Richard  Tydings  m.  Mary  MulHkin,  July  23,  1806. 
Grafton  Tyler  m.  Catherine  T.  Macgill,  Mch.  11,  1818. 
William  Urquhart  m.  Ruth  Marriott,  Jan.  11,  1781. 
William  Urguhart  m.  Maria  Deford,  Apr.  15,  1808. 
WilHam  Urquhart  m.  Elizabeth  Childs,  Dec.  20,  181 6. 
James  Usher  m.  Rachel  Harrison,  Mch.  14,  1797- 
Joseph  Vallean  m.  Mary  Ann  Norman,  Jan.  27,  1820. 
James  Valiant  m.  Sarah  Diamond,  Jan.  i,  1 781. 
John  Valliant  m.  Mary  Meek,  Mch.  8,  1804. 
Charles  Vandell  m.  EHzabeth  Just,  July  31,  1780. 
John  Veers  m.  Deborah  Russell,  Feb.  13,  1804. 
Samuel  Vernon  m.  Ann  Griffin,  June  10,  1787. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  479 

Edward  Vidler  m.  Ann  Topping,  Oct.  13,  1787. 
John  Viers  m.  Catharine  Bealmear,  Mch.  26,  1787. 
William  Vinson  m.  Mary  Allen,  May  13,  1779. 
Henry  Waderman  m.  Mary  Miles,  Aug.  16,  1813. 
William  Walham  m.  Mary  Stewart,  Sept.  19,  181 5. 
Charles  Walker  m.  Sarah  Ryan,  July  30,  1778. 
Isaac  Walker  m.  Henrietta  Miller,  Dec.  15,  1812. 
James  Walker  m.  Margaret  Owens,  Aug.  30,  1782. 
John  Walker  m.  Elizabeth  Hammond,  Jan.  7,  1785. 
Thomas  Walker  m.  Elizabeth  Brogden,  Jan.  22,  1778. 
Vachel  Walker  m.  Elizabeth  Whitehead,  June  27,  1815. 
William  Walker  m.  Ann  Coale,  June  28,  1792. 
Thomas  Wall  m.  Thomsin  White,  Mch.  4,  1784. 
Charles  Wallace  m.  Mary  Rankin,  Apr.  26,  1798. 
William  Waller  m.  Jannetta  Russell  Nelson,  June  5,  1778. 
John  Walmsley  m.  Mary  Records,  Feb.  i,  1780. 
Benjamin  Ward  m.  Eleanor  Ward,  May  11,  1807. 
Henry  Ward  m.  Sarah  Shepherd,  Nov.  18,  1788. 
James  Ward  m.  Lucy  Scott,  Sept.  5,  1810. 
John  Ward  m.  Eleanor  Ward,  June  20,  1783. 
John  Ward  m.  Elizabeth  Whittington,  Feb.  7,  1809. 
Joseph  Ward  m.  Eleanor  Ward,  Oct.  21,  1815. 
Joseph  Ward  m.  Eliz^.  Pattison,  Mch.  9,  1820. 
Josephus  Ward  m.  Anne  Tydings,  July  18,  1793. 
Nathan  Ward  m.  EHzabeth  Crosby,  June  12,  1809. 
Richard  Ward  m.  Althea  Brown,  Jan.  22,  1796. 
Richard  Ward  m.  Sarah  Wood,  May  25,  1814. 
Richard  Ward  m.  Elizabeth  Fry,  Mch.  7,  1818. 
Robert  Ward  m.  Catherine  Spicknell,  Apr.  28,  1802. 
Samuel  Ward  m.  Elizabeth  Pickeron,  Apr.  20,  1787. 
Samuel  Ward  m.  Elizabeth  Drury,  Nov.  23,  1798. 
Samuel  Ward  m.  Rachel  Basford,  Feb.  20,  1816. 
WiUiam  Ward  m.  Barbara  Phelps,  Mch.  20,  1799. 
William  Ward  m.  Sarah  Scrivener,  Dec.  24,  1800. 
Zachariah  Ward  m.  Pamelia  Dockett,  Apr.  18,  1 791. 
Alexander  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Woodward,  Dec.  5,  1788. 
Amos  Warfield  m.  Sarah  Warfield,  Nov.  8,  1793. 
Azel  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Welling,  Dec.  4,  1786. 
Bane  Warfield  m.  Arey  Dorsey,  Apr.  28,  1779. 
Basil  \\'arfield  m.  Ann  Cecil,  Feb.  15,  1803. 
Beale  \\"arfield  m.  Achsah  Dorsey,  July  25,  1785. 
Benjamin  Warfield  m.  Rebecca  Spurrier,  Apr.  19,  1796. 


480    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Charles  Warfield  m.  Sally  Warfield,  July  lo,  1790. 

Edward  \\'arfield  m.  Polly  Warfield,  Oct.  7,  1794. 

Elisha  Warfield  m.  Ruth  Burgess,  Aug.  6,  1778. 

James  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Biggs,  June  7,  1815. 

John  Warfield  m.  Mary  Green,  Dec.  24,  1779. 

John  Warfield  m.  Henrietta  Pitt,  Mch.  16,  1785. 

John  Warfield  m.  Humulal  Mewshaw,  Feb.  13,  1790. 

John  Warfield  m.  Deborah  White,  Apr.  16,  1808. 

Joseph  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Dorsey,  June  26,  1778. 

Joshua  Warfield  m.  Rebecca  Dorsey,  Apr.  25,  1781. 

Joshua  Warfield  m.  EHzabeth  Dorsey,  Oct.  6,  1781. 

Joshua  Warfield  m.  Mary  Jones,  Jan.  13,  1783. 

Lancelot  Warfield  m.  Rachel  Marriott,  Jan.  17,  1783. 

Lancelot  Warfield  m.  Polly  Warfield,  Sept.  29,  1795. 

Levin  Warfield  m.  Ann  Hobbs,  Oct.  6,  1779. 

Meshack  Warfield  m.  Rachel  Charick,  Dec.  23,  1803. 

Philemon  Warfield  m.  Anne  Wright,  Oct.  23,  1819. 

Richard  Warfield  m.  Nancy  Benson,  Aug.  16,  1788. 

Richard  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Lucus,  June  22,  1802. 

Richard  B.  Warfield  m.  Anne  Marsh,  Feb.  2,  1820. 

Samuel  Warfield  m.  Susanna  Danison,  June  26,  1795. 

Thomas  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Hollyday,  Dec.  11,  1778. 

Thomas  Warfield  m.  Elizabeth  Marriott,  July  19,  1798. 

Thomas  Warfield  m.  Margerry  Brown,  Mch.  30,  1803. 

Thomas  Warfield  m.  Isabella  M.  Lucas,  Apr.  4,  1818. 

Thomas  W.  Warfield  m.  Sarah  White,  Jan.  30,  1813. 

Vachel  Warfield  m.  Eleanor  Griffith,  Sept.  23,  1786. 

Vachel  H.  Warfield  m.  Achsah  H.  Marriott,  Dec.  17,  1819. 

William  Warfield  m.  Frances  Hinton,  Nov.  13,  1790. 

William  Warfield  m.  Mary  Tyler  Worthington,  Sept.  17,  1816. 

William  Warden  m.  Elizabeth  Clarke,  Feb.  18,  1778. 

Basil  Warring  m.  Ehzabeth  Hall,  Nov.  26,  1805. 

Geo.  Washington  Waring  m.  Sarah  M.  Dorsey,  Nov.  27,  1819. 

Abraham  Wason  m.  Elizabeth  Smith,  May  10,  1810. 

Edmund  Wason  m.  Anne  \\'oodfield,  Dec.  23,  1805. 

Joseph  Wason  m.  Elizabeth  Mace,  Nov.  15,  1817. 

Levy  Wason  m.  Mary  Smith,  Nov.  21,  1808. 

Richard  W^ason  m.  Sarah  Lancaster,  Jan.  15,  1784. 

Thomas  Wason  m.  Sarah  Pargerson,  Sept.  20,  1803. 

Benjamin  Waters  m.  Hannah  Fowler,  Feb.  10,  1810. 

Charles  L.  Waters  m.  Rebecca  Fowler,  May  23,  1792. 

Edward  E.  Waters  m.  Rachel  Jones,  Feb.  i,  1799. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  481 

Edward  Waters  m.  Honora  Ray,  Dec.  8,  1813. 
Ephraim  Waters  m.  Ann  Law  [Low?],  Jan.  13,  1797. 
Jacob  Waters  m.  Elizabeth  Wells,  Sept.  29,  1798. 
Jacob  F.  Waters  m.  Harriott  Tongue,  Mch.  23,  1809. 
Jonathan  Waters  m.  Sarah  Armaja,  Feb.  17,  1798. 
Nathaniel  Waters  m.  Mabel  Maccauley,  May  23,  1794. 
Nacy  Waters  m.  Ann  Warfield,  June  14,  1790. 
Richard  Waters  m.  Sarah  Cooke,  Oct.  i,  1795. 
William  Waters  m.  Jane  Woodward,  June  10,  1785. 
Wilson  Waters  m.  Margaret  Davis,  June  11,  1800. 
Jonathan  Wates  m.  Sarah  G.  Bateman,  Apr.  21,  1818. 
Benjamin  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Sheckells,  Dec.  31,  1779. 
Benjamin  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Sheckells,  Apr.  11,  1780. 
Benjamin  Watkins  m.  Anne  Harwood,  Apr.  10,  1794. 
Charles  Watkins  m.  Ester  Ferrill,  Sept.  15,  1780. 
Gassaway  Watkins  m.  Sarah  Jones,  Dec.  2,  1785. 
Gassaway  Watkins  m.  Ruth  Dorsey,  Feb.  28,  1788. 
Gassaway  Watkins  m.  Rebecca  Richardson,  May  18,  1793. 
Ignatius  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Gale,  May  18,  1793. 
John  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Hall,  Jan.  7,  1783. 
John  Watkins  m.  Margaret  Tydings,  Nov.  11,  1790. 
John  Watkins  m.  Ann  Rutland,  Oct.  26,  1 791. 
John  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Hall,  Nov.  2"],  1797. 
John  Watkins  m.  Willy  Ann  Davis,  Feb.  7,  1812. 
Joseph  Watkins  m.  Anne  Gray,  Nov.  28,  1789. 
Nicholas  Watkins  m.  Sarah  Disney,  Feb.  i,  1782. 
Nicholas  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Walker,  Apr.  3,  1786. 
Nicholas  Watkins  m.  Margaret  Todd,  Aug.  23,  1806. 
Nicholas  G.  Watkins  m.  Margaret  Harwood,  Aug.  31,  1798. 
Nicholas  I.  Watkins  m.  Rachel  L.  Watkins,  May  7,  1801. 
Rezin  Watkins  m.  Amey  Meads,  Jan  11,  1798. 
Richard  Watkins  m.  Ruth  Beard,  Oct.  5,  1778. 
Richard  Watkins  m.  Mary  Purdy,  Feb.  28,  1813. 
Sabine  Wathen  m.  Nancy  Brewer,  Oct.  9,  1813. 
Samuel  Watkins  m.  Elizabeth  Watkins,  Jan.  26,  1795. 
Stephen  Watkins  m.  Elcy  Woodward,  Sept.  9,  1793. 
Thomas  Watkins  m.  Sarah  Disney,  Nov.  4,  1797. 
William  Watkins  m.  Eleanor  Harwood,  Feb.  25,  1805. 
Charles  Watson  m.  Elizabeth  Hall  Rutland,  May  21,  1804. 
George  Watson  m.  Sarah  Gambrill,  Jan.  11,  1800. 
Hezekiah  Watson  m.  Anne  Atwell,  Oct.  22,  1796. 
Robert  Watson  m.  Ann  Cooper,  July  4,  1780. 
32 


482     MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

William  Watson  m.  Mary  Dawson,  Feb.  13,  1779. 
George  Watts  m.  Mary  Lark,  Apr.  20,  1799. 
George  Watts  m.  Elizabeth  Keith,  Jan.  21,  1807. 
George  Watts  m.  Rachel  Tydings,  Jan.  17,  1818. 
Henry  Watts  m.  Rebecca  Stansbury,  Jan.  28,  1804. 
Isaac  Watts  m.  Mary  Blackingham,  Dec.  3,  1795. 
John  Watts  m.  Juliana  Porter,  Oct.  29,  1790. 
Philip  Watts  m.  Rebecca  Welch,  Jan.  17,  1793. 
Richard  Watts  m.  Rebecca  Beard,  Aug.  6,  1778. 
Richard  Watts  m.  Mary  Packer,  Dec.  15,  1789. 
Richard  Watts  m.  Ann  Watkins,  Oct.  3,  1792. 
Richard  B.  Watts  m.  EHzabeth  RawHngs,  Feb.  21,  1803. 
Richard  B.  Watts  m.  Mary  R.  Watson,  Mch.  31,  1812. 
Edmund  Wayman  m.  Air>'  Connaway,  July  28,  1781. 
Hezekiah  Waymun  m.  Jane  Lee,  June  15,  1786. 
Hezekiah  Wayman  m.  Elizabeth  Barry,  Feb.  19,  1798. 
Thomas  Wayman  m.  Elizabeth  Crutchley,  Jan.  15,  1820. 
Charles  Weakley  m.  Ruth  Bryan,  July  21,  1785. 
Lewis  Weaver  m.  Elizabeth  Mifflin,  May  12,  1801. 
Lex-i  Webb  m.  Casandra  Wood,  Dec.  10,  1810. 
Michael  Webster  m.  Anne  Purdy,  Feb.  10,  1807. 
Eli  Weedon  m.  Catharine  Johnson,  July  13,  1815. 
Henry  Weeden  m.  Mary  Seeders,  Dec.  8,  1789. 
James  Weedon  m.  Frances  Yewell,  Apr.  29,  1818. 
John  Weedon  m.  Martha  Seeders,  Dec.  18,  1798. 
Jonathan  Weedon  m.  Margaret  Hutton,  July  29,  1819. 
Richard  Weedon  m.  Sarah  Weedon,  Mch.  22,  1788. 
Richard  Weedon  m.  Matilda  Thomas,  Feb.  3,  1801. 
Richard  Weedon  m.  Ruth  Yewell,  Dec.  21,  1811. 
Robert  Weeden  m.  Elizabeth  Sands,  Aug.  17,  1779. 
Robert  Weedon  m.  Hellen  Small,  Feb.  16,  1793. 
Samuel  Weedon  m.  Louisa  Vessells,  Apr.  15,  181 1. 
James  N.  Weems  m.  Elizabeth  Ridgely,  Sept.  23,  1802. 
John  Weems  m.  Mary  Dorsey,  Dec.  18,  1781. 
John  Weems  m.  Mary  Cracroft,  Apr.  2,  1795. 
John  Weems  of  Rich"*,  m.  Rachel  Norman,  Dec.  26,  1803. 
Jn°  Beal  Weems  m.  Priscilla  Harwood,  Jan.  2,  1806. 
Richard  Weems  m.  Mary  Wood,  May  27,  1809. 
William  Weems  m.  Rachel  Morris,  June  30,  1784. 
William  Weems  m.  Priscilla  Sellman,  May  8,  1804. 
Aaron  Welch  m.  Elizabeth  Franklin,  Nov.  2,  1778. 
Aaron  Welch  m.  Elizabeth  Drury,  Nov.  10,  1801. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  483 


Benjamin  Welch  m.  Margaret  Daltzel,  May  22,  1792. 
Francis  Welch  m.  Margaret  Lusby,  May  i,  1797. 
John  Welch  m.  Mary  Hall,  Aug.  15,  1782. 
John  Welch  m.  Eleanor  Warfield,  Nov.  i,  1783. 
John  Welch  m.  Mary  Owens,  May  9,  1816. 
Mordecai  Welsh  m.  Mary  Watts,  Dec.  21,  1790. 
Robert  Welch  m.  Ann  Furguson,  Sept.  25,  1777. 
Robert  Welch  m.  Eleanor  Carr,  Nov.  24,  1777. 
Robert  Welch  m.  Sarah  Merrikin,  Oct.  29,  1795. 
Robert  Welch  m.  Priscilla  Owens,  Apr.  17,  1797. 
Robert  Welch  m.  Sally  Mallonee,  Nov.  10,  1806. 
John  Willey  m.  Ann  Macknew,  Mch.  24,  1786. 
Benjamin  Wells  m.  Elizabeth  Traverse,  Jan.  4,  1806. 
Benjamin  Wells  m.  Artridge  Franklin,  Oct.  8,  181 5. 
Daniel  Wells  m.  Mary  Taigger,  Nov.  27,  1790. 
George  Wells  m.  Augusta  Maine,  Sept.  8,  1798. 
Jeremiah  Wells  m.  Anne  Carter,  Oct.  9,  1813. 
John  Wells  m.  Elizabeth  Shewbutt,  Sept.  3,  1785. 
John  Wells  m.  Henrietta  Watkins,  Oct.  23,  1799. 
John  Wells  m.  Hannah  Mayo,  Oct.  25,  1810. 
John  Wells  m.  Elizabeth  HasHp,  Oct.  30,  1819. 
Nathan  Wells  m.  Ruth  Brashears,  Oct.  17,  1798. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Mary  Freeland,  Jan.  31,  1783. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Eliz*.  Beck,  Jan.  31,  1784. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Druzilla  Brashears,  Oct.  23,  1787. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Sarah  Carr,  Nov.  18,  1788. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Susanna  Phips,  Jan.  31,  1805. 
Richard  Wells  m.  Rachel  Deale,  Feb.  14,  1814. 
Samuel  Wells  m.  Sarah  Phips,  Jan.  25,  1785. 
William  Wells  m.  Susannah  Garston,  Jan.  11,  1794. 
Zadok  Wells  m.  Elizabeth  Wheeler,  Dec.  4,  1819. 
Benjamin  Welsh  m.  Ruth  Drury,  Feb.  7,  1804. 
Francis  Welsh  m.  Rizpah  R.  Norman,  Dec.  6,  1810. 
Thomas  Welsh  m.  Anne  S.  Iglehart,  Jan.  23,  1817. 
Cornelius  West  m.  Lewesa  Humphreys,  June  13,  1787. 
James  West  m.  Margaret  Whitaker,  Dec.  31,  1795. 
James  West  m.  Margaret  Whitaker,  Mch.  31,  1796. 
Richard  W".  West  m.  Maria  Lloyd,  Oct.  9,  1798. 
Lewis  Weston  m.  Margaret  Thompson,  Dec.  22,  1810. 
Jesse  Wheat  m.  Harriet  Sappington,  Oct.  23,  1804. 
Thomas  Wheatley  m.  Crissy  Kervan,  July  10,  1787. 
Jonathan  Wheedon  m.  Rebecca  Tayman,  Dec.  21,  1810. 


484    MARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Thomas  Wheedon  m.  Anne  Yewell,  Dec.  30,  1811. 

Nathaniel  Wheeler  m.  Sarah  Duvall,  Dec.  31,  1804. 

Odel  Wheeler  m.  Caroline  Dorsey,  Nov.  11,  181 8. 

Richard  Wheeler  J n'.  m.  Elizabeth  Marriott,  Oct.  19,  1797. 

Robert  Wheeler  m.  Eleanor  Watkins,  Jan.  24,  1798. 

Thomas  Wheeler  m.  Anne  Hutton,  Feb.  23,  1805. 

William  Wheeler  m.  Susanna  G.  Clarke,  Jan.  17,  1814. 

William  Wheeler  m.  Elizabeth  Downes,  Feb.  23,  1816. 

Barton  Whetcroft  m.  Elizabeth  Knap,  Apr.  20,  1789. 

Henry  \\'hetcroft  m.  Sarah  Whetcroft,  Aug.  14,  1796. 

George  Whips  m.  Elizabeth  Pearce,  Aug.  6,  1778. 

Caleb  White  m.  Eliza  Cruse,  Dec.  18,  1815. 

Edward  White  m.  Ann  Wootton,  Nov.  5,  1784. 

Elias  White  m.  Eliza  M<-Daniel,  Oct.  6,  181 8. 

Gideon  White  m.  Hannah  Barber,  June  21,  1798. 

Griffith  White  m.  Sarah  Freeland,  Dec.  11,  1788. 

James  White  m.  Eleanor  Litchfield,  Dec.  22,  1777. 

John  Cole  White  m.  Harriet  Lee,  Apr.  30,  1800. 

Jonas  White  m.  Ruth  Marriott,  Jan.  15,  1793. 

Jonathan  White  m.  Elizabeth  Williams,  Dec.  13,  1788. 

Joseph  White  m.  Elizabeth  Ross,  May  i,  1820. 

Osbom  White  m.  Ann  Chaney,  May  19,  1817. 

Reuben  White  m.  Elizabeth  Hall,  Jan.  15,  1 814. 

Richard  White  m.  Margaret  Games,  Dec.  29,  1785. 

Richard  White  m.  Margaret  Reed,  Dec.  7,  1796. 

Richard  White  m.  Sarah  Cragg,  May  13,  1797. 

Richard  White  m.  Delila  Pierce,  Apr.  30,  1800. 

Richard  White  m.  Phebe  Chaney,  Apr.  2,  181 7. 

Thomas  White  m.  Mary  Atkinson,  Oct.  14,  1819. 

Edward  Whitehead  m.  Anne  Kingsbury,  Jan.  29,  1793. 

Hezekiah  Whitehead  m.  Mary  Waters,  Nov.  3,  1813. 

Richard  Whitehead  m.  Susanna  Cheney,  Nov.  10,  1792. 

Jacob  Whitwright  m.  Mary  Carr,  Jan.  15,  1820. 

Philip  Whitwright  m.  Susannah  Phips,  May  23,  1792. 

Benjamin  Whittington  m.  Cassey  Smith,  Nov.  17,  1788. 

Benjamin  Whittington  m.  Margaret  Jones,  July  14,  1800. 

Benjamin  Whittington  m.  Elizabeth  Cowman,  Jan.  6,  1804. 

Francis  Whittington  Sen.  m.  Sarah  Hammond,  July  26,  1816. 

James  Whittington  m.  Mary  Wood,  Feb.  17,  1787. 

John  Whittington  m.  Mary  Armager,  June  i,  1780. 

John  Whitington  m.  Eliz".  Scrivener,  Apr.  18,  1797. 

John  A.  Whittington  m.  Sarah  C.  Brown,  Oct.  11,  1813. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  485 

John  A.  Whittington  m.  Sarah  Pattison,  Sept.  19,  1815. 
Joseph  Whittington  m.  Sarah  Russell,  Dec.  15,  1791. 
Samuel  Whittington  m.  Dorothy  Wood,  Apr.  16,  18 19. 
Thomas  Whittington  m.  Eleanor  Miles,  Nov.  24,  1791. 
Thomas  Whittington  m.  Ann  Basford,  Nov.  7,  1794. 
William  Whittington  m.  Susannah  Wood,  Dec.  24,  1788. 
WilHam  Whittington  m.  Sarah  Welch,  Aug.  18,  1804. 
William  Whittington  m.  Lydia  Hinton,  Jan.  7,  1820. 
Richard  Whittle  m.  Elizabeth  Baldwin,  Dec.  13,  1794. 
James  Whorfe  m.  Eleanor  Brewer,  July  28,  1796. 
Joseph  Wiett  m.  Margaret  Peacock,  Jan.  8,  1795. 
Edward  Willett  m.  Eleanor  Fisher,  Dec.  19,  1785. 
Ninian  Willet  m.  Chloe  Walker,  July  30,  1778. 
Abraham  Williams  m.  Frances  Cromwell,  May  15,  1793. 
Andrew  Williams  m.  Jane  Cunningham,  Dec.  22,  1777. 
Andrew  WiUiams  m.  Sarah  Lovely,  Aug.  10,  1778. 
Eli  Williams  m.  Phebe  Coal,  July  24,  1815. 
Elijah  Williams  m.  Rachel  Moss,  July  30,  1816. 
Henry  Williams  m.  Louisa  Wheedon,  Apr.  29,  1820. 
Jeramiah  Williams  m.  Mary  Gaither,  Dec.  15,  1784. 
John  WiUiams  m.  Elizabeth  Davis,  Apr.  10,  1779. 
John  Williams  m.  Sarah  Hancock,  Jan.  18,  1805. 
John  H.  Williams  m.  OHvia  Pokes,  Dec.  9,  1820. 
Jn°.  Wilson  Williams  m.  Rachel  Pettibone,  Mch.  10,  1819. 
Joseph  Williams  m.  Eleanor  Mew,  Sept.  27,  1780. 
Joseph  Williams  m.  Mary  Short,  Feb.  13,  1792. 
Philip  Williams  m.  Rachel  Pearce,  Apr.  27,  1796. 
Thomas  Williams  m.  Eliza  Thomas,  Feb.  21,  1802. 
Thomas  Williams  m.  Elizabeth  Lowe,  Nov.  14,  1818. 
William  Williams  m.  Milcah  Fowler,  Dec.  15,  1792. 
James  Williamson  m.  Maria  Tuck,  Dec.  20,  1804. 
James  Williamson  m.  Sarah  Mayo,  Sept.  26,  1809. 
Charles  H.  Willigman  m.  Catherine  Jackson,  Aug.  30,  1808. 
Henry  A.  Wilins  m.  Elizabeth  Grammer,  Oct.  29,  1802. 
Daniel  Willis  m.  Jemima  Taylor,  June  15,  1785. 
John  Vankirk  Williss  m.  Elizabeth  Dowling,  Oct.  I,  1782. 
Alexander  Wilson  m.  Frances  Thomas,  Aug.  19,  1791. 
Daniel  Wilson  m.  DeHlah  Johnson,  Nov.  28,  1801. 
James  Wilson  m.  Margery  Duvall,  Apr.  8,  1783. 
James  Wilson  m.  Ann  Sumland,  July  28,  1784. 
John  F.  Wilson  m.  Elizabeth  Gott,  Jan.  16,  1819. 
Robert  Wilson  m.  Prudence  Thomas,  Apr.  19,  1788. 


486     AIARYLAND  RECORDS— ANNE  ARUNDEL  COUNTY 

Samuel  Wilson  m.  Elizabeth  Wiltshire,  Dec.  12,  1778. 
Samuel  Wilson  m.  Eve  Jennings,  Aug.  6,  1787. 
Spedden  Wilson  m.  Mary  Terry,  Apr.  29,  1815. 
Thomas  Wilson  m.  Julianna  Stewart,  Oct.  9,  1796. 
Jonathan  Wiltshire  m.  Elizabeth  Cooper,  Nov.  25,  1782. 
Thomas  Windham  m.  Sarah  Lamb,  June  21,  1785. 
Benjamin  Winterson  m.  Hannah  Ditty,  Jan.  21,  1799. 
Benjamin  Winterson  m.  Anne  Tucker,  July  7,  1801. 
John  Wiseham  m.  Ann  Blackwell,  Dec.  2,  1784. 
Charles  Wood  m.  Mary  Handy,  Nov.  13,  1793. 
Dorsey  Wood  m.  Elizabeth  Rodwell,  June  9,  1781. 
Edward  Wood  m.  Elizabeth  Talbott,  Feb.  19,  1802. 
Henry  Wood  m.  Mary  Brown,  Nov.  28,  1792. 
Henry  Wood  m.  Martha  Griffin,  June  7,  1794. 
Hopewell  Wood  m.  Ann  Muse,  Feb.  10,  1779. 
Hopewell  Wood  m.  Ann  Hughes,  Sept.  27,  181 1. 
Jack  Wood  m.  Mary  Scrivener,  Aug.  3,  1809. 
John  Wood  m.  Susannah  Mitchell,  June  29,  1 781. 
John  Wood  m.  Henrietta  Scrivener,  Sept.  16,  1789. 
John  Wood  m.  Barbara  Allein,  Oct.  20,  1792. 
John  Wood  m.  Margaret  Ames,  Aug.  6,  1805. 
John  Wood  m.  Ann  Deroch,  Nov.  14,  1817. 
John  Wood  m.  Eleanor  L.  Simmons,  Jan.  21,  1818. 
Joseph  Wood  m.  Sarah  Ward,  July  20,  1802. 
Robert  Wood  m.  Lieley  Wood,  Jan.  7,  1789. 
Robert  Wood  m.  Eleanor  Whittle,  Mch.  2,  1789. 
Robert  Wood  m.  Elizabeth  Stevens,  Dec.  19,  1803. 
Robert  Wood  m.  Rachel  Simmons,  Nov.  7,  1807. 
Samuel  Wood  m.  Elizabeth  Whittington,  Feb.  26,  1802. 
Samuel  Wood  Jn'.  m.  Ann  Boswell,  Aug.  28,  181 1. 
Samuel  Wood  m.  Rachel  Stevens,  Feb.  19,  18 19. 
Thomas  Wood  m.  Christian  Woodfield,  Dec.  i,  1783. 
Zachariah  Wood  m.  Rebecca  Chapline,  Sept.  2,  1790. 
Anthony  Woodfield  m.  Eleanor  Waters,  Feb.  14,  1809. 
John  Woodfield  m.  EHzabeth  Norman,  Feb.  13,  1782. 
John  Woodfield  m.  Mary  Ann  Timmins,  Dec.  18,  1802. 
John  Woodfield  m.  Marian  Foreman,  Aug.  3,  1809. 
Thomas  Woodfield  m.  Sarah  Bicknell,  Feb.  i,  1791. 
Thomas  Woodfield  m.  Anne  Purdy,  May  30,  181 1. 
Thomas  Woodfield  m.  Catherine  Plain,  Nov.  4,  1813. 
Henry  Woodward  m.  Eleanor  Turner,  Feb.  13,  1797- 
Isaac  Woodward  m.  Mary  Jane  Aisquith,  Jan.  23,  1818. 
Jo'.  Henry  Woodward  m.  Susan  Butt,  Apr.  7,  181 7. 


MARRIAGE   LICENSES  487 

James  H.  Woodward  m.  Eliz».  Bryan,  Nov.  3,  1818. 

Nicholas  Woodward  m.  Margaret  Mulliken,  Dec.  31,  1812. 

Thomas  Woodward  m.  Margaret  liams,  May  21,  1778. 

William  Woodward  m.  Jamima  Jacob,  Nov.  17,  1790. 

John  Woolfit  m.  Ruth  Pearce,  July  26,  1787. 

Richard  Wootton  m.  Margaret  Evans,  Dec.  21,  1808. 

Richard  Wootton  m.  Ara mi nta  Jackson,  Dec.  22,  1813. 

Thomas  Wooton  m.  Mary  Wasteneys,  Nov.  14,  1809. 

William  Wootton  m.  Ann  Gardiner,  Feb.  22,  1813. 

Beale  M.  Worthington  m.  EHzabeth  R.  Ricketts,  Mch.  7,  181 1. 

Charles  G.  Worthington  m.  Mary  Ann  Dorsey,  Jan.  16,  1815. 

John  Worthington  m.  Christiana  Magruder,  Oct.  5,  1781. 

John  Worthington  m.  Ann  Meriweather,  Feb.  4,  1790. 

Nicholas  Worthington  m.  Elizabeth  Rutland,  July  6,  1778. 

Nicholas  Worthington  m.  Anne  Warfield,  Aug.  i,  1814. 

Tho'.  Worthington  of  Tho'.  m.  Eliza  Baldwin,  Nov.  29,  1808. 

Thomas  Worthington  m.  Julia  Sewell,  Nov.  20,  1815. 

William  Worthington  m.  Ann  Wilson,  Mch.  i,  1785. 

John  Wriggel  m.  Rebecca  Nicholson,  Apr.  27,  1786. 

Henry  Wright  m.  Mary  Lusby,  Dec.  31,  1803. 

James  Wright  m.  Anne  Fowler,  June  9,  1807. 

Joshua  Wright  m.  Anne  Gray,  Feb.  2,  1795. 

Thomas  Wyatt  m.  Clara  Fox,  Feb.  19,  1806. 

Walter  Wy\^ll  m.  Ann  Wood,  May  17,  181 1. 

Walter  Wy\'ell  m.  Margaret  Murdock,  Feb.  29,  1820. 

William  Wyvill  m.  Sarah  Burgess,  June  17,  1777. 

Henry  D.  Yates  m.  Mahala  Young,  June  8,  1818. 

Vachel  Yeates  m.  Elizabeth  Harris,  May  27,  1779. 

Benjamin  Yieldhall  m.  Eleanor  Druce,  Nov.  9,  1782. 

Benjamin  Yieldhall  m.  Darky  Fennell,  Apr.  17,  1787. 

Benjamin  Yieldhall  m.  Susan  M'Gill,  Apr.  7,  1807. 

Charles  Yieldhall  m.  Catherine  Bourdman,  Dec.  11,  1783. 

John  Yieldhall  m.  Mary  Watson,  Dec.  6,  1782. 

Samuel  Yieldhall  m.  Lydia  Hall,  Mch.  2,  1780. 

John,  Young  m.  Sarah  Griffis,  Oct.  2,  1790. 

John  Young  m.  Mary  Turnbull,  Feb.  13,  1798. 

John  Young  m.  Humulal  Moss,  Oct.  29,  1801. 

John  Young  m.  Elizabeth  Buckney,  Oct.  18,  1804. 

John  Young  m.  Ruth  Allen,  Jan.  12,  1813. 

Nehemiah  Younger  m.  Trisly  Taylor,  Nov.  7,  1803. 

Peter  Young  m.  Elizabeth  Simpson,  Aug.  5,  1784. 

William  Young  m.  Jane  Johnson,  Aug.  10,  181 1. 

Nehemiah  Younger  m.  Hannah  Osboon,  June  28,  1787. 


Charles  County,  Marriages 
By  Rev.  John  Bolton* 

Osburn,  Henry  to  Ann  Tompson,  June  23,  1779. 
Tompson,  Baptist  to  Mary  Lancaster,  Nov.  7,  1779. 
Edelin,  Francis  to  Sarah  Tompson,  Nov.  8,  1779. 
Montgomery,  Thomas  to  Rebecca  Southwell,  Dec.  16,  1781. 
Langley,  Joseph  to  Sarah  Hill,  Jan.  5,  1782. 
Wheatly,  Bennet  to  Polly  Morris,  Jan.  17,  1782. 
Edelin,  Edward  to  Eleanor  Boarman,  Feb.  12,  1782. 
Cash,  John  to  Chloe  Callicoe,  Feb.  8,  1782. 
Goodrick,  Joseph  to  Eliza.  Nash,  Aug.  5,  1782. 
Simpson,  Joseph  to  Mary  Ann  Montgomery,  Aug.  19,  1782. 
Hill,  Fran.  Xarerius  to  Lidia  True,  Sept.  12,  1782. 
Osburn,  Walter  to  Mary  Miles,  Oct.  8,  1782. 
Hagan,  Raphael  to  Rebecca  Deviel,  Oct.  9,  1782. 

By  Rev.  John  C.  Brockenborough,  Rector  of  William 
AND  Mary  Parish 

Shaw,  Samuel  to  Mary  Parish,  June  4,  1799. 

Lipscombe,  Spotswood  to  Eliza.  Smith  Pendleton,  July  7,  1799. 

Smoot,  Horatio  to  Heathy  Smoot,  July  7,  1799. 

Aderton,  Joseph  to  Ann  Latimer,  Aug.  i,  1799. 

Reeves,  Thos.  C.  to  Rebecca  Ratcliffe,  Aug.  8,  1799. 

Gardiner,  John  Chunn  to  Esther  Cawood,  Oct.  i,  1799,  (in  St.  Mary's  Co.) 

Simpson,  George  to  Margaret  Bateman,  Dec.  24,  1799. 

Smith,  Samuel  to  Mary  Dutton,  Jan.  i,  1800. 

Wiseman,  Robert  to  Eliza.  Philips,  Jan.  14,  1800. 

Shaw,  Edward  to  Cloe  Posey,  Apr.  15,  1800. 

Easley,  Kemble  to  Ann  RatcHffe,  July  25,  1800. 

Bateman,  Richard  to  Margt.  Wakefield,  Dec.  23,  1800. 

Tompkins,  W"".  to  Mary  Farr,  Dec.  26,  1800. 

*  From  Maryland  Marriages,  p.  184;  Md.  Hist.  Soc,  courtesy  of  Mr.  Charles  Fickus,  Actirjg 
Librarian. 

"The  counties  covered  by  our  'Maryland  Marriages,  1 777-1 804'  are  Allegheny,  Anne  Arundel, 
Baltimore,  Calvert,  Charles,  Frederick,  Harford,  Montgomery,  Prince  George's,  St.  Mary's, 
Talbot  and  Washington.  As  there  are  only  a  page  or  two  for  some  counties  I  doubt  that  they  are 
complete."     Charles  Fickus,  Acting  Librarian,  July  27,  1927. 


MARRIAGES  489 

Govrick,  Elijah  to  Eliza.  Bateman,  Jan.  6,  1801. 
Chunn,  Charles  to  Jane  T.  Bowen,  Apr.  28,  1801. 
Farr,  John  B.  to  Jane  Cawood,  Aug.  9,  1801. 
Hemrican,  Matthew  to  Eliza.  Penn,  Oct.  15,  1801. 

Charles  Co.,  Md.,  Marriages,  By  Rev.  Henry  Kendall 
(Prot.  Episcopal) 

King,  John  to  Susa.  Lynch  (of  St.  Paul's  Parish  P.  G's  Co.),  Nov.  1777. 
Rowe,  John  to  Mary  Ward  (King  George's  Parish),  Dec.  23,  1777. 
Adams,  Samuel  to  Sarah  Nelson  (Durham  Parish),  Dec.  28,  1777. 
Penny,  Thos.  to  Amelia  Adams  (Durham  Parish),  Jan.  4,  1778. 
Davis,  Zachariah  to  Sarah  Wright  (Durham  Parish),  Jan.  5,  1778. 
Nally,  Nathan  Barton  to  Sarah  Taylor  (Durham  Parish),  Jan.  6,  1778. 
Gray,  Benja.  to  Mary  Stewart  (Durham  Parish),  Feb.  15,  1778. 
Stewart,  James  to  Cath.  Milstead  (Durham  Parish),  Mch.  15,  1778. 
Grant,  John   to   Eliza.  Greenfield  Tyler  (King  George's  Parish,   Prince 

George's  Co.),  Mch.  16,  1778. 
Lomax  Zeth  to  Eleanor  Gray  (Durham  Parish),  Mch.  29,  1778. 
Ryson,  Lancelot  to  Clare  Cash  (both  of  Staflford  Co.,  Va.),  Mch.  26,  1778. 
Woodward,  Samuel  to  Ann  Posey  (Durham  Parish),  Apr.  3,  1778. 
Beal,  Francis  to  Penelope  Ford  (Port  Tobacco  Parish),  Apr.  12,  1778. 

Jacobs, to  Ann  Grahame,  Apr.  30,  1778. 

Wells,  Samuel  to  Martha  Oliver  (P.  G.  Co.),  Aug.  13,  1778. 
Ward,  W"°.  to  Verlinda  Harrison  (Durham  Parish),  July  27,  1777. 
Fields,  W"".  to  Clare  Poor  (Durham  Parish),  Aug.  11,  1777. 
Waters,  John  to  EHza  Carter  (Durham  Parish),  Sept.  20,  1777. 
MConchie,  W"".  to  Eliza  Muncaster  (Durham  Parish),  Sept.  25,  1777. 
Walker,  Richard  to  Mary  Gilpen  (P.  G.  Co.),  Aug.  25,  1778. 
Moore,  John  Smith  to  Margt.  Musgrove  (P.  G.  Co.),  Sept.  20,  1778. 
Cox,  John  to  Margt.  Howard  (P.  G.  Co.),  Sept.  2,  1778. 
Lanyhill,  Leonard  to  Ann  Anly  (Calvert  Co.),  Oct.  30,  1778. 
Naylor,  Batson  to  Eleanor  Austin  (P.  G.  Co.),  Nov.  8,  1778. 
Gabard,  John  to  Margt.  Lucas,  Mch.,  1778. 

Charles  County  Marriages  By  Rev.  Walter  H.  Harrison 

Wheeler,  Benedict  to  Cath.  Travers,  Dec.  23,  1779. 
Watkins,  Thomas  to  Lucy  Belt,  Dec.  26,  1779. 
Rye,  Warren  to  Sarah  Smith,  Jan.  23,  1780. 
Posey,  Uriah  to  Catharine  Skinner,  Jan.  — ,  1780 
Deacons,  Ambrose  to  Ann  Chatham,  Jan.  26,  1780. 
HaisHp,  John  to  Easter  Nelson,  Jan.  27,  1780. 


490  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES  COUNTY 

Grows,  John  to  Christiana  Jenkins,  Jan.  30,  1780. 
Murdock,  James  to  Phebe  Delosien,  ■ — — ,  1780. 
Manning,  Joseph  to  Eliza.  Dunnington,  Mch.  15,  1780. 
Nelson,  John  to  Eliza.  Burgess,  Apr.  9,  1780. 
Turner,  Walter  to  Eliza.  Blancet,  Apr.  23,  1780. 
Simmons,  Joseph  to  Mary  Deacons,  May  15,  1780. 
Braund,  Joseph  to  Emily  Maddox,  May  23,  1780. 
Chapman,  John  to  Sarah  Jonke,  June  i,  1780. 
Elgin,  WiUiam  to  Ann  Anderson,  June  18,  1780. 
Maddox,  Samuel  to  Anne  Warde,  July  9,  1780. 
Cookssy,  Hezekiah  to  Eliza  Grey,  July  13,  1780. 

Thatcher,  Ignatius  to Saporly,  July  16,  1780. 

Fitzgerald,  John  to  Ann  Green,  Aug.  24,  1780. 
Lawler,  W"°.  to  Mary  Sacke,  Aug.  31,  1780. 
Milstead,  Thomas  to  EHza.  Ratcliffe,  Sept.  16,  1780. 
Griffin,  Rosse  to  Sarah  RatcHffe,  Sept.  21,  1780. 
Dunnington,  Hezekiah  to  Aa.  Magriger,  Oct.  9,  1780. 
Smith,  John  to  Rebecca  Jewel,  Nov.  13,  1780. 
Bartly,  William  to  Ann  Smoot,  Nov.  19,  1780. 

Charles  Co.  Marriages  By  Rev.  Ignatius  Matthews 
(Roman  Catholic) 

Reeder,  John  to  Chloe  Green,  Oct.  22,  1779. 
Dixon,  Jacob  to  Mary  Lancaster,  1 781-2. 
Higdon,  Ignatius  to  Eliza.  Taylor,  178 1-2. 
Cooms,  Richard  to  Clare  Green,  1781-2. 
Ally,  Shadrack  to  Eliza.  Gates,  1 781-2. 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  John  M<^Pherson  of  Piccawaxon, 
OR  William  and  Mary  Parish 

King,  Robert  to  Judith  Wood,  June  13,  1777. 

Syme,  Nicholas  to  Eliza.  Johnson,  July  25,  1777. 

Reeves,  Thomas  to  Mary  Scroggan  Oakley,  Sept.  28,  1777. 

Scroggan,  John  to  Ann  Mastin,  Oct.  29,  1777. 

Smith,  James  to  Winnie  Rogers,  Dec.  23,  1777. 

Mastin,  Francis  to  Charity  Cooksey,  Jan.  10,  1778. 

Duley,  Thomas  to  Eliza.  Bateman,  Feb.  6,  1778. 

Rock,  William  to  Charity  Adams,  Feb.  23,  1778. 

Collins,  John  to  EHza.  Scroggan,  May  10,  1778. 

Pollock,  Thomas  to  Susanna  Curd,  May  19,  1778. 

Ashton,  Henry  Elexr.  to  Mary  Dent,  May  25,  1778. 


MARRIAGES  491 

Edwards,  John  to  Mary  Turner,  June  4,  1778. 

Oakly,  John  Scroggan  to  Mary  Ann  Mahoney,  June  5,  1778. 

Cleyburn,  W".  Dandridge  to  Ann  Dandridge,  June  21,  1778. 

Griffy,  Benja.  to  Susanna  Modisit,  Aug.  26,  1778. 

Hungerford,  Thos.  to  Violetta  Gwinn,  Nov.  17,  1778. 

Farr,  John  to  Mary  Watts,  Nov.  25,  1778. 

Tyler,  William  to  Mariamore  Trueman  Stoddrt,  Jan.  10,  1779. 

Robison,  Willm.  to  Mary  Sims,  Apr.  8,  1779. 

Smoot,  John  to  Anny  Ford,  Apr.  8,  1779. 

Nelson,  Willm.  to  Sally  Smallwood,  Apr.  13,  1779. 

Carrol,  John  to  Eliza.  Hamilton,  May  9,  1779. 

Wilder,  John  Brown  to  Mary  Ann  Smoot,  May  27,  1779. 

Jenkins,  Philip  to  Eliza.  Hungerford,  June  8,  1779. 

Maddox,  John  to  Sarah  Fernandis,  June  20,  1779. 

Higgs,  Jonathan  to  Eliza.  Ford,  June  20,  1779. 

Penn,  John  to  Eleanor  Dutton,  July  20,  1779. 

Nettle,  Thomas  Dutton  to  Muriel  Dutton,  July  20,  1779. 

Shaw,  Dr.  Louis  Dene  to  Jenny  Clements,  Sept.  16,  1779. 

Baillie,  Andrew  to  Mary  Leftrich,  Oct.  I,  1779. 

Boswel,  Walter  to  Eleanor  Smallwood,  Oct.  14,  1779. 

Smoot,  Isaac  to  Mary  Lock,  Oct.  28,  1779. 

Halkerstone,  John  to  Eliza.  Hanson,  Nov.  4,  1779. 

Lamond,  John  Christerson  to  Eliza.  Hall,  Nov.  18,  1779. 

Franklin,  John  to  Virlinda  Cox,  Dec.  8,  1779. 

Gwinn,  John  to  Jean  Ludwell  Bruce,  Dec.  22,  1779. 

Washington,  Thornton  to  Milly  Berry  (of  Va.),  Dec.  26,  1779. 

Hodgson,  George  to  Nancy  Jenkins,  Dec.  30,  1779. 

Mason,  Lot  to  Sally  HaseHp,  Jan.  12,  1780. 

May,  Richard  to  Mary  Pitman,  Jan.  24,  1780 

Mahony,  Clement  to  Sarah  Ann  Oakley,  July  17,  1780. 

Clark,  Ignatius  to  Ann  Hilton  (from  St.  Mary's),  July  6,  1780. 

Pasco,  William  to  Ann  Flaxion,  Oct.  14,  1780. 

Linkins,  Henry  to  Chlaeh  Alin,  Oct.  28,  1780. 

Roberts,  John  to  Susannah  Mason,  Nov.  11,  1780. 

Guy,  Joseph  to  Sarah  Smith,  Dec.  13,  1780. 

Robertson,  Mitchel  to  Rose  Mastin,  Dec.  24,  1780. 

Albritton,  Charles  to  Cath.  Burridge,  Jan.  4,  1781. 

Truson,  Robert  to  Esther  Ray,  Jan.  6,  1781. 

Marshall,  William  to  Eliza.  Hanson,  Jan.  22,  1781. 

Howard,  Benja.  to  Mary  Ann  Buckley,  Jan.  30,  1781. 

Linkin,  Abraham  to  Eleanor  Borden,  Jan.  30,  1781. 

Ware,  Francis,  Jnr.  to  Ann  Pickerell,  Jan.  31,  1781. 


492  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   COUNTY 

Gambia,  Richard  to  Sarah  Gardner,  Apr.  4,  1 78 1 . 
Sims,  James  to  Sarah  Key,  June  9,  1781. 

Dent, to  Mary  Ann  Hancock,  Dec.  18,  1781. 

Smoot,  Josiah  to  Ann  Douglass,  Dec.  22,  1781. 
Smoot,  Henry  to  Eliza.  Warren,  Dec.  23,  1781. 
Hanson,  Walter  to  Sarah  Hatch  Maddox,  Dec.  25,  1781. 
Rigg,  Charles  to  Eliza.  Andrews,  Dec.  28,  1781. 
Burridge,  Thos.  to  Joanna  Chapman,  Jan.  18,  1782. 
Price,  James  to  Eliza.  St.  George,  Jan.  31,  1782. 

Ghant,  George  to  Eliza (Calvert  Co.),  Jan.  31,  1782. 

Scott,  John  to  Agnis  Hadden,  Feb.  5,  1782. 
Minitree,  Paul  to  Eleanor  Smoot,  Apr.  6,  1782. 
Howard,  Baker  to  Ann  Philips,  Apr.  6,  1782. 
Forbes,  John  to  Eliza.  Marshall,  Apr.  21,  1782. 
Gray,  Wilson  to  Eliza.  Limms  QSimms?],  Apr.  26,  1782. 
Brady,  Thomas  Gerard  to  Susanna  Brown,  May  II,  1782. 
Scott,  Thomas  to  Alice  Philpot,  July  9,  1782. 
Stark,  Richard  to  Eliza.  Gatewood,  Aug.  23,  1782. 
Compton,  Alex,  to  Mary  Joy,  Oct.  4,  1782. 
Bateman,  Izreel  to  Sarah  Simkson,  Nov.  18,  1782. 
King,  Townley  to  Rebeckah  King,  Dec.  16,  1782. 
Wakefield,  Abel  to  Margt.  Jenkins,  Dec.  30,  1782. 
Allen,  Bartholomew  to  Frances  Ramsey,  Jan.  20,  1783. 
Massey,  Robert  to  Sarah  Warren,  May  3,  1783. 
Poslyn,  William  to  Sarah  Hammel,  Aug.  27,  1783. 
BiUingsley,  John  to  Charity  Ford,  Oct.  28,  1783. 
Douglas,  Benjn.  to  Sarah  Marshall,  Oct.  27,  1783. 
Hawkins,  Smith  to  Eleanor  Laidles,  Nov.  5,  1783. 
Marshall,  Thomas  to  Sarah  Maddox,  Dec.  6,  1783. 
Bateman,  Richd.  to  Mary  Ann  Hatton,  Dec.  22,  1783. 
Bunbery,  John  to  Mary  Baltrop,  Apr.  30,  1784. 
Smith,  James  to  Constania  Ford,  May  i,  1784. 
Lawless,  Benja.  to  EHza.  Samuel,  June  28,  1784. 
Winter,  Charles  Bruce  to  Eliza.  Mason,  June  26,  1784. 
Brook,  Mathew  to  Ann  Pearson,  Dec.  28,  1784 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  Benja.  Rolls 

Boone,  Alesus  to  Mary  Smith,  Jan.  8,  1779. 
Semmes,  Thomas  to  Mary  An  Brawney,  Feb.  1779. 
Scott,  Aquila  to  Henrietta  Semmes,  Apr.  14,  1779. 
Mudd,  Ezekiel  to  EHza.  Edelen,  May  12,  1779. 
Lancaster,  John  Jnr.  to  Aloysia  Jerningham,  July  31,  1779. 


MARRIAGES  493 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  Henry  Pile  (Roman  Catholic) 

"Oliuer",  William  to  Nancy  Blackstock  (License  granted  Feb.  16,  1785). 

Edelin,  George  to  Sarah  Edelin  (License  granted  May  14,  1785). 

Riney,  James  to  Anne  Semes,  Dec.  27,  1785. 

Haydon,  Clement  to  Fawney  Wakefield,  Jan.  13,  1786. 

Fenwick,  James  to  Henrietta  Mary  Lancaster,  Feb.  14,  1786. 

Brent,  W".  Chandler  to  Eleanor  Neale,  May  24,  1786. 

Hamersley,  Henry  to  Olivia  Jerningham,  Oct.  i,  1786. 

Simpson,  Charles  to  Sarah  Bentels,  Nov.  19,  1786. 

Hamilton,  Edward  to  Mary  Anne  Boarman,  Nov.  20,  1786. 

Reeder,  Benjn.  to  Eleanor  Slaughton,  Dec.  23,  1786. 

Wathen,  Martin  to  Eliza.  Anderson,  May  23,  1787. 

Edelen,  Oswald  to  Mary  Thompson  Bond,  Oct.  25,  1787. 

Queen,  Joseph  to  Eddie  "Jermingham,"  Dec.  2,  1787. 

Mattingley,  Raphael  to  Winefred  Higdon,  Dec.  29,  1788. 

Middleton,  James  to  Nancy  Corry,  Apr.  23,  1789. 

Burtles,  Willm.  to  Sarah  Wathen,  June  28,  1789. 

Simpson,  Thos.  to  Judith  Wathen,  Nov.  12,  1789. 

Luckett,  Benj.  to  Eliza  Semmes,  Jan.  10,  1790. 

Berien,  Walter  to  Charity  Simpson,  Jan.  12,  1790. 

Wathen,  John  B.  to  Rebecca  Semmes,  June  i,  1791. 

Duggin,  Robert  to  Teresa  Brady,  July  10,  1791. 

Semmes,  Mark  to  Catherine  Simpson,  Aug.  9,  1791. 

Hayden,  James  to  Anne  Robertson,  Sept.  4,  1791. 

Dixon,  Samuel  to  Eleanor  Scott,  Jan.  10,  1792. 

Shettleworth,  Allen  to  Anne  Witherington,  Feb.  9,  1792. 

Witherington,  James  to  Mary  Miles,  Feb.  20,  1792. 

Long,  Josias  to  Ann  Friend,  Jan.  13,  1793. 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  Thomas  Thornton 

M^Daniel,  Thomas  to  Ann  Chattann,  June  14,  1777. 
Smithson,  W"".  Eaton  to  Rhoda  Robey,  Sept.  I,  1777. 
Gill,  Thomas  to  Sarah  Jones,  Sept.  3,  1777. 
Smith,  John  to  Eliza.  RawHngs,  Sept.  3,  1777. 
Shively,  Bernard  to  Eleanor  Longford,  Sept.  22,  1777. 
Vermilion,  Benja.  to  Tabatha  Burch,  Oct.  14,  1777. 
Talburt,  John  to  Ann  Davis,  Oct.  19,  1777. 
Carney,  Daniel  to  Alice  Lovelace,  Nov.  i,  1777. 
Hatton,  Joseph  to  Martha  Jones,  Nov.  5,  1777. 


494  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES  COUNTY 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  Francis  Walker,  of  W".  &  Mary  Parish 

Philpot,  Benja.  to  Eliza  Smoot,  Aug.  3,  1786. 

Minitree,  Paul  to  Nancy  Dorset,  Aug.  i  1786. 

Bateman,  John  to  Ann  Oakley,  Sept.  13,  1786. 

Warren,  John  to  Eliza.  Shaw,  Sept.  20,  1786. 

Billingsley,  Clement  to  Eleanor  Warren,  Nov.  21,  1786. 

Duncan,  James  to  Sarah  Leach,  Apr.  4,  1787. 

Martin,  John  to  Lydia  Hickman,  May  24,  1787. 

Marshall,  Robert  to  Joanna  Douglass,  May  26,  1787. 

Nicholas,  John  to  Sally  Raines,  June  4,  1787. 

Tomkins,  John  to  Nancy  Norwood,  Sept.  27,  1787. 

Fisher,  John  to  Eleanor  Robertson,  Nov.  24,  1787. 

Jenkins,  WiUiam  to  Eliza.  Simpson,  Dec.  23,  1787. 

Smith,  John  to  Ann  King,  Dec.  23,  1787. 

Shaw,  John  to  Sarah  Vincent,  Jan.  3,  1788. 

Vincent,  Thomas  to  EHza.  Wilder,  Jan.  6,  1788. 

Saider,  John  to  Cath.  Ann  Penn,  Jan.  8,  1788. 

King,  Rt.  Rev.  Reuben  to  Mary  Ann  Vincent,  Feb.  3,  1788. 

Posey,  Thomas  to  Mary  Dutton,  Mch.  25,  1788. 

Con  tee,  Benja.  to  Sarah  Rt.  Lee,  Mch.  30,  1788. 

Weems,  John  to  AHce  Lee,  Apr.  8,  1788. 

Maddox,  John  to  Martha  Harris,  Apr.  22,  1788. 

Jordon,  Saml.  to  EHza.  Thompson,  July  31,  1788. 

Bateman,  Levin  to  Ann  Simpson,  Oct.  28,  1788. 

Charles  County,  By  Rev.  George  H.  Worsley,  Rector  of  Port 
Tobacco  Parish* 

Bennett,  Patrick  and  Mary  Squire,  Nov.  3,  1780. 

Cromwell,  Joseph  and  Kezia  Stansbury,  Dec.  Ii,  1780. 

Cochran,  George  and  Eleanor  Shaw,  Dec.  21,  1780. 

Hicks,  Abraham  and  Sarah  Gorsuch,  May  13,  1781. 

Gallaway,  Thomas  and  Cath.  Dallis,  Feb.  25,  1780. 

MComas,  Edward  D.  and  Sarah  Selby  of  Harford  Co.,  Nov.  14,  1780. 

Dick,  David  and  Mary  Wilson,  Nov.  14,  1780. 

James,  Thomas  and  Mary  Eager,  Nov.  15,  1780. 

Nelson,  David  and  Rachel  Baker,  Nov.  16,  1780. 

Jury,  Richard  and  Nancy  Stallion,  Nov.  23,  1780. 

Baker,  Isaac  and  Ann  Stewart,  Nov.  23,  1780. 

Brown,  James  and  Hannah  Hitchcock,  Dec.  5,  1780. 

Osborne,  William  and  Nancy  Lytle,  Dec.  19,  1780. 

*Page  192. 


MARRIAGES  495 

Weight,  John  and  Cath.  Colman,  Jan.  4,  1781. 

Stricklin,  John  and  EHza.  Simpson,  Jan.  8,  1781. 

Allen,  James  and  Sarah  Williams,  Jan.  9,  1781. 

White,  Granfton  and  Margt.  Denny,  Jan.  10,  1781. 

Brown,  George  and  Rebecca  Denny,  Jan.  II,  1781. 

Groves,  William  and  Jane  Euston,  Jan.  14,  1781. 

Dockarty,  Samuel  and  Han.  Caley,  Jan.  23,  1781. 

Dawes,  Mordecia  and  Elizabeth  Goddard,  Feb.  5,  1781. 

Anderson,  James  and  Catherine  M^Comas,  Widow,  Feb.  15,  1781. 

Chaney,  John  and  Elizabeth  Garretson,  Feb.  27,  1 781. 

Sampson,  Richard  and  Hannah  Amoss,  Widow,  Mch.  7,  1781. 

Hutchins,  WiUiam  and  Eleanor  Miles,  Widow,  Mch.  11,  1781. 

Monk,  William  and  Bathia  Hairs,  Mch.  18,  1781. 

Murphy,  Henry  and  Elizabeth  Norris,  Apr.  3,  1781. 

York,  Edward  and  Letty  Doughty,  Apr.  5,  1781. 

Smith,  Bazil  and  Ann  Cunningham,  May  3,  1781. 

Forward,  Jacob  and  Martha  Warren,  May  22,  1781. 

Harris,  Josias  and  Catharine  Marton,  Sept.  2,  1781. 

Lomax,  John  and  Chloe  Posey,  Sept.  23,  1781. 

Ford,  John  and  Winifred  Athey,  Oct.  2,  1781. 

Orme,  Moses  and  Elizabeth  Davis,  Oct.  23,  1781. 

Harrison,  Rev.  W.  H.  and  Mary  Stoddart,  Nanjony  Parish,  Nov.  16,  1781. 

Moreland,  Isaac  and  EHzabeth  Stephens,  Nov.  20,  1781. 

Logan,  John  N.  and  Sarah  Wedding,  Nov.  22,  1781. 

Harbin,  Thomas  and  Lucy  Roby,  Dec.  6,  1781. 

Bryan,  Benjamin  and  Frances  Massey,  Dec.  16,  1781. 

Kidwell,  Matt,  and  Pris.  Moore,  Dec.  25,  1781. 

King,  William  and  Ann  Ware,  Dec.  30,  1 781. 

Roby,  Aquila  and  Mary  Cole,  Jan.  8,  1782. 

Carrington  Saml.  and  Milly  McDonald,  Jan.  8,  1782. 

Kellow,  Thomas  and  Ann  Roswell,  Jan.  13,  1782. 

Philhers,  Joseph  and  Chloe  Griffin,  Jan.  24,  1782. 

German,  John  and  Ann  Cole,  Feb.  7,  1782 

Tucker,  John  and  Jane  Weedon,  Feb.  10,  1782. 

Cox,  William  and  Selina  Lindsey,  Feb.  12,  1782. 

Martin,  H.  A.  and  EHzabeth  Boswell,  Feb.  12,  1782. 

Speak,  William  and  Molly  Hanlope,  Feb.  16,  1782. 

Wilkinson,  Joseph  and  Milly  MCasley,  Mch.  30,  1782. 

Boswell,  Elijah  and  Ann  Carrington,  Apr.  11,  1782. 

Simpson,  Thos.  and  S.  M.  Kidwell,  May  23,  1782. 

Cawood,  W"".  and  Martha  Beale,  June  6,  1782. 

Tuedman,  Allen  and  Sabina  Fendall,  June  8,  1782. 


496  MARYLAND   RECORDS— CHARLES   COUNTY 

Welch,  Edward  and  Dorothy  Clements,  June  ii,  1782. 

M"Pherson,  John  and  EHzabeth  Readen,  June  25,  1782. 

Fleury,  William  and  Esther  Maddox,  July  2,  1782. 

Richardson,  W".  and  Jane  Bramhall,  July  16,  1782. 

M"^Pherson,  W"".  and  Mary  Smoot,  July  16,  1782. 

Worry,  Samuel  and  Elizabeth  Underwood,  Aug.  25,  1782. 

Clements,  Walter  and  Nancy  Garrett,  Aug.  28,  1782. 

Chandler,  John  and  Cath.  Posey,  Sept.  5,  1782. 

Long,  Jonathan  and  Eleoner  Going,  Nov.  10,  1782. 

Russell,  Henry  and  Chole  Smallwood,  Nov.  10,  1782. 

Smallwood,  Bayne  and  Chole  M'^Catee,  Dec.  3,  1782. 

M-^Donald,  Jonathan  and  Violetta  Wedding,  Dec.  15,  1782. 

Maddox,  Benjamin  and  Bennedicta  Fernandis,  Dec.  21,  1782. 

Carter,  George  and  Gizzel  Brawner,  Dec.  23,  1782. 

Gates,  James  and  Lydia  Padgett  Jan.  i,  1783. 

Lurly,  John  and  Hephsehe  Harris,  Jan.  2,  1783. 

Roby,  Zachariah  and  EHzabeth  Pickrell,  Jan.  16,  1783. 

Simmons,  Aaron  and  Sarah  Thompson,  Feb.  2,  1783. 

Glasgow,  William  to  Eleanor  Morland,  Feb.  10,  1783. 

Lock,  Thomas  to  Catherine  Estep,  Feb.  16,  1783. 

Roland,  Geo.  to  Marta  Slater,  Feb.  25,  1783. 

Berry,  John  to  Elizabeth  Willett,  Mch.  2,  1783. 

Vermillion,  Uriah  to  Susannah  Barker,  Mch.  16,  1783. 

Menace,  Robert  to  Eleanor  Young,  April  11,  1783. 

Henson,  Walter  to  Elizabeth  Henson,  April  20,  1783. 

Fisher,  Martin  to  Mary  Daily,  April  20,  1783. 

Gody,  Matthew  to  Mary  Mahony,  April  29,  1783. 

Magruder,  Nathaniel  to  Mary  Billingsley,  May  4,  1783. 

M'=Pherson,  John  to  Elizabeth  Thompson,  May  12,  1783. 

Berry,  Ryon  to  Ann  Owen,  June  12,  1783. 

Wood,  John  to  Ann  Welch,  June  20,  1783. 

White,  John  to  Eleoner  Long,  June  27,  1783. 

Von,  John  to  Agatha  Edington,  July  17,  1783. 

Miller,  Christopher  to  Wismey  M<^Intosh,  July  26,  1783. 

Wheeler,  Ignatius  to  Ann  Morris,  Aug.  19,  1783. 

Gardner,  Hezekiah  to  Mary  H.  M-^Pherson,  Sept.  18,  1783. 

Dyson,  Bennet  to  VerHnda  Chunn  (St.  Mary's  Co.),  Oct.  8,  1783. 

Southean,  Richd.  to  Catherine  Southean,  Oct.  15,  1783. 

Gray,  Zachariah  to  Susannah  Parker,  July  22,  1777  (of  Charles  Co. — m. 

in  Montgomery  Co.) 
Downs,  Wilson  to  Mary  Roland,  Dec.  27,  1779  (both  of  Charles  Co. — m. 

in  P.  G's  Co.) 


MARRIAGES  497 

Thomas,  Hezekiah  to  Jane  White  June  27,  1780  (Charles  Co. — m.  in  P. 

G's  Co.) 
Carpenter,  John  to  Frances  Perry,  Jan.  28,  1779  (Chas.  Co. — m.  in  P.  G's 

Co.) 
Risen,  Chandley  to  Mary  Hamilton,  May  14,  1779  (Chas.  Co. — m.  in  P. 

G's  Co.) 
Gamer,  W".  to  Mary  Ann  Fimses,  Nov.  14,  1779  (Chas.  Co. — m.  in  P.  G's 

Co.) 
Suit,  Walter  to  Susanna  Davis,  Aug.   26,   1777   (Chas.   Co. — m.  in  St. 

Mary's  Co.) 
Boone,  Alexius  to  Mar>'  Smith,  Jan.  8,  1777.* 
Summers,  Thomas  to  Mary  Ann  Brawney,  Feb.  8,  1779. 
Scott,  Aquilla  to  Henrietta  Semmes,  Apr.  17,  1779. 
Mudd,  Ezekiel  to  Elizabeth  Edelen,  May  12,  1779. 
Lancaster,  John,  Jr.  to  Aloysia  Jemingham,  July  31,  1779. 


Frederick  County  Marriages  (52  persons)! 

By  Rev.  John  Chalmers,  Jr. 

Bennet,  Willm.  and  Mary  Scholes,  — ,  1792. 
Bennett,  Nathan  and  Deborah  Holland,  JNIch.  14,  1795. 
Birkitt,  Joshua  and  Eliza  Nelson,  — ,  1792. 
Perry,  James  and  Sarah  \\^arfiel,  — ,  — ,  1792. 

By  Rev.  Jonathan  Forrest  (Meth.-Episco.  Mch.  3,  1791-1802) 

Howard,  Thomas  and  Ann  Hughs,  Apr.  26,  1791. 

Leaven,  Hays  and  Millie  Forrest,  — ,  — ,  1802. 

Liday,  Henry  and  Delila  Hays,  — ,  — ,  1802. 

Miller,  John  and  Mary  Vanferson,  June  19,  1791. 

Prather,  John  Garrot  and  Mary  Ann  Sargant,  Mch.  3,  1791. 

Stoner,  Daniel  and  Mary  Deaghee,  Feb.  9,  1792. 

Teal,  Jacob  and  Elizabeth  Lineger  (Washington  Co.),  June  30,  1791. 

By  Rev.  Lenox  Martin 

Harris,  Jesse  and  Darky  Norris,  June  28th,  1801. 

*  Page  245. 

t  "Maryland  Marriages,"  pp.  195,  196,  1777-1804,  Md.  Hist.  Soc,  Courtesy  of  Mr.  Charles 
Fickus. 
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498  MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK,   MD. 

By  Rev.  Burgess  Nelson,  i 801-1803 

Baker,  Enoch  and  Molly  Carr,  May  5,  1803. 
Barnes,  John  and  Rachel  Walker,  Feb.  27,  1802. 
Baxton,  John  and  Lydia  Dell,  Oct.  6,  1802. 
Bennet,  Lloyd  and  Rebecca  Evins,  Oct.  26,  1803. 
Buckenham,  John  and  Rachel  Frizzle,  Mch.  31,  1803. 
Cook,  John  and  Anna  Syedes,  Aug.  28,  1803. 
Dudderas,  Benjn.  and  Rebecca  Houlton,  Dec.  24,  1801. 
Dukes,  Jesse  and  Polly  Isenberg,  Feb.  25,  1802. 
England,  Joseph  and  Mary  Lippler,  Nov.  3,  1802. 
Jarvis,  Meade  and  Nancy  Stocksdale,  Apr.  7,  1803. 
Jinkens,  Thomas  and  Rachel  Wilson,  Dec.  25,  1802. 
Paulson,  John  and  Susanna  Knight,  Jan.  3,  1802. 
Pearce,  Joshua  and  Mary  Bisset,  Jan.  3,  1802. 
Shipley,  Willm.  and  Rachel  Arnold,  Feb.  10,  1803. 
Williams,  Jacob  and  Margaret  England,  Sept.  29,  1802. 


Evangelical  Reformed  Church,  Frederick,  Md. 

By  Rev.  John  Conrad  Steiner;   Rev.  Charles  Reighlee,  Dec.  29,  1763  to 

;  Rev.  John  H.  Smaltz,  Oct.  4,  1829  to  1831  (?).* 

Abbott,  George  and  Clementine  Burrucker,  Feb.  3,  1862. 
Able,  John  and  Magdahne  Decloe,  Jan.  5,  1780. 
Abell,  John  and  Sarah  Thomas,  Oct.  23,  1790. 
Abricks,  Hermans  and  Jane  Liggat,  Jany.  i,  1791. 
Acker,  George  B.  and  Serena  A.  Sampson,  May  10,  1847. 
Adam,  John  and  Margaret  Weiss,  Feb.  15,  1761. 
Adams,  Antereus  and  Cath.  Delater,  Sept.  26,  1764. 
Adams,  Henry  and  Duana  McCahan,  Aug.  2,  1843. 
Adams,  James  and  Lyda  Meredith,  Apr.  15,  1793. 
Adams,  Joseph  and  Biddy  Curran,  Jan.  19,  1791. 
Addison,  Frederick  and  Catherine  Ann  Fraley,  Mch.  2,  1859. 
Addlesberger,  Francis  and  Catherine  Taney,  Aug.  31,  18 19. 
Adelsperger,  George  and  Susanna  Eckes,  Dec.  22,  1823. 
Addlesperger,  Josuha  and  Elizabeth  Koons,  Feb.  6,  1810. 
Adkin,  Charles  and  Rachel  Makeby,  Nov.  1758. 
Adlum,  John  and  Margaret  Adium,  Dec.  13,  1805. 

*  Copied  by  Abby  Gertrude  McCardell  from  the  Index  of  Marriages.     Published  through 
courtesy  of  the  Librarian  General,  National  Society  Daughters  of  the  American  Revolution. 


MARRIAGES  499 

Adium,  Jr.  John  and  Mary  Cooley,  June  7,  1806. 
Ahalt,  Henry  and  Modelena  Beigler,  Feb.  22,  1805. 
Aider,  George  and  Susannah  Albaugh,  Sept.  18,  1802. 
Alaine,  George  and  Mary  M.  Klein,  Mch.  18,  1818. 
Albach,  Christian  and  Cath.  Reiner,  Aug.  5,  1804. 
Albach,  David  and  Sarah  Mayer,  Mch.  26,  1809. 
Albach,  Moritz  and  Cath.  Bohmer,  June  27,  1786. 
Albach,  William  and  Mary  Weaver,  Mch.  24,  1803. 
Albach,  William  and  Susan  Rothrock,  Mch.  24,  1804. 
Albaugh,  Edward  and  Lucy  R.  Unkefer,  Dec.  20,  1862. 
Albaugh,  Elias  V.  and  Mary  E.  Fogler,  Jan.  12,  1850. 
Albaugh,  George  and  Catherine  Springer,  June  20,  1798. 
Albaugh,  Issac  and  Margaret  Groshon,  Dec.  22,  1813. 
Albaugh,  Issac  and  Catherine  S.  Weller,  Mch.  4,  1851. 
Albaugh,  John  and  Mary  Smith,  Jan.  26,  1793. 
Albright,  Henry  and  Ann  Margaret  Swawin,  Jan.  8,  1781. 
Alder,  George  W.  and  Hannah  A.  Myers,  Dec.  17,  1864. 
Alder,  John  and  Sarah  Anst,  Nov.  27,  1783. 
Alderdice,  Hugh  and  Catherine  Myers,  Dec.  2,  1811. 
Aldridge,  Evan  J.  and  Mary  E.  Eury,  Oct.  13,  1864. 
Aldridge,  George  W.  and  Ara  Gilbert,  Dec.  25,  1837. 
Aldridge,  John  and  Mary  Lakin,  Nov.  14,  1783. 
Alexander  and  Beckenbach,  June  17,  1804. 
Alexander,  Ephraim  and  Nancy  Kohlenburg,  Apr.  18,  1828. 
Alexander,  Franklin  and  Lydia  Elizabeth  Smith. 
Alexander,  Fred,  and  Mary  Frazier,  Feb.  27,  1837. 
Alexander,  George  W.  and  Henrietta  C.  Young,  Oct.  17,  1857. 
Alexander,  Henry  and  Catherine  Ropp,  Jan.  3,  1814. 
Alexander,  Henry  and  Serena  Harrison,  Feb.  21,  1854. 
Alexander,  Joseph  and  Mary  Hargishimer,  June  16,  1812. 
Alexander,  Joseph  and  Marg.  Hargishinier,  June  20,  1812. 
Alexander,  Valentine  and  Elizah.  Dailin,  Feb.  23,  1762. 
Alfort,  John  and  Margaret  Ashman,  Aug.  19,  1780. 
Alldridge,  John  and  Harriet  Beall,  Mch.  10,  1806. 
Alias,  Elias  John  and  Sophia  Dadisman,  Mch.  27,  1826. 
Allen,  George  and  Lov-ice  Roop,  Oct.  19,  1822. 
Allen,  Issac  H.  and  Evelina  Titlow,  Jan.  13,  1840. 
Allen,  James  and  Martha  Philpott,  Sept.  15,  1802. 
AlHson,  George  and  Christena  Zimmerman,  June  15,  1797. 
AHson,  George  and  Christina  Zimmerman,  Dec.  3,  1798. 
Allisson,  Henry  and  Elizab.  Linton,  June  22,  1796. 
AUder,  John  and  Polly  Goodley,  Nov.  18,  1803. 


500  MARYLAND   RECORDS— FREDERICK,   MD. 

Althoff,  Henry  and  Kitty  Diffendal,  July  24,  1813. 

Altried,  Geo.  M.  and  Mary  Marg.  Messmor,  (in  Va.),  May  24,  1768. 

Altwein,  Charles  and  Eliz.  Schroeder,  Aug.  24,  1803. 

Aman,  George  and  Harriet  J.  Wilhide,  Sept.  20,  1842. 

Ambers,  George  W.  and  Mary  Dowell,  Sept.  18,  1843. 

Ambrose,  George  and  Rebecca  Row,  Dec.  2,  1828. 

Ambrose,  George  and  Sarah  Flook,  Apr.  3,  1849. 

Ambrose,  George  H.  and  Matilda  Marker,  May  16,  1849. 

Ambrose,  George  W.  and  Mary  Ann  Ramsburg,  Apl.  5,  1853. 

Ambrose,  Henry  W.  and  Sabina  Peacher,  Oct.  6,  1848. 

Ambrose,  John  and  Catherine  Lynn,  Aug.  i,  1794. 

Ambrosius,  Christopher  and  Cath.  Getzendanner,  Oct.  9,  1787. 

Amelong,  Frederick  M.  and  Louisa  Sophia  Fumival. 

Ancrum,  Jacob  and  Elizabeth  Clark,  Mch.  20,  1779. 

Anders,  George  and  Ann  Clise,  Sept.  23,  1837. 

Anders,  George  J.  and  Lucretia  Hilton,  Mch.  18,  1856. 

Anders,  Henry  and  Elizabeth  Vaughn,  May  14,  1817. 

Anderson,  Dr.  Edward  H.  and  Catherine  Precilla  Morris,  July  23,  1810. 

Anderson,  Evan  T.  and  Mary  Ellen  Norwood,  Dec.  14,  1854. 

Anderson,  Francis  and  Susanna  Jones,  Dec.  18,  1809. 

Anderson,  Francis  and  Robina  Martin,  Apr.  26,  1822. 

Anderson,  George  and  Elizabeth  Saltkill,  Dec.  27,  1814. 

Anderson,  George  H.  and  CaroHne  V.  Moore,  May  7,  1857. 

Anderson,  George  W.  and  Sarah  F.  Mount,  Oct.  18,  1846. 

Anderson,  Hugh  and  Mary  Boyd,  Jan.  13,  1802. 

Anderson,  John  and  Catherine  Loney,  June  12,  1779. 

Anderson,  John  and  Elizabeth  Ship,  Apr.  10,  1794. 

Anderson,  Jonathan  ]\L  and  Ann  Eater,  Nov.  26,  1810. 

Anderson,  Robert  and  Mary  Brashears,  Mch.  15,  1796. 

Andros,  Thomas,  and  Delilah  Fisher,  Jan.  21,  1800. 

Angel,  Issac  and  Catherine  Devilbiss,  Dec.  12,  1814. 

Angleberger,  George  and  Margaret  Devilbiss,  Aug.  23,  1809. 

Angleberger,  George  David  and  Elizabeth  Wachter,  Oct.  20,  1854. 

Annan,  Issac  S.  and  JuHa  Landers,  Feb.  17,  1864. 

Ansherman,  David  and  Amanda  L.  Remsburg,  Mar.  21,  1863. 

Antes,  Adam  and  Christina  Schmit,  Jan.  8,  1793. 

Anvard,  Thomas  L.  and  Martha  Ann  Rose,  Sept.  13,  1831. 

Apolo,  Benj.  M.  and  Mary  Usher,  June  19,  1800. 

Applebee,  Joseph  and  Elizabeth  Tobery,  Mch.  28,  1807. 

Appier,  Issac  and  Jude  Winter,  Mch.  27,  1827. 

Armstrong,  Jacob,  Sept.  3,  1812. 

Armstrong,  Joseph  and  Jane  Alexander  Dec.  19,  1799. 


MARRIAGES  501 

Arndperger,  John  and  Mary  Smith,  Sept.  14,  1801. 

Amhold,  Frederick  and  Martha  Schauer,  June  il,  1764. 

Arnold,  Daniel  and  Mary  Ann  Wener,  Nov.  8,  1855. 

Arnold,  Ephriam  and  Eleanor  Ensey,  Sept.  27,  1802. 

Arnold,  Ezra  and  Louise  Boyer,  Mch.  14,  1855. 

Arnold,  John  and  Catherine  Morgan,  May  17,  1802. 

Arnold,  Jonathan  and  Althea  Sellman,  Dec.  19,  1801. 

Arthur,  Hiram  and  Nancy  Hiney,  Nov.  6,  1851. 

Arthur,  John  and  Catherine  Weaver,  Nov.  21,  1806. 

Artz,  Edwin  and  Mary  Helen  Dixon,  Mch.  13,  1863. 

Asgur,  John  and  Sarah  Woolverton,  Oct.  4,  1779. 

Ashman,  Henry  and  EHzabeth  Moyer,  June  5,  1784. 

Athein,  Horation  and  Mary  Shower,  June  11,  1791. 

Athein,  Horatio  and  Mary  Schaun,  June  12,  1791. 

Athey,  Joseph  and  Mariah  Wheeling,  Jany.  27,  1798. 

Atkins,  George  W.  and  Ann  Cath.  Jones,  Oct.  8,  1850. 

Atwell,  John  and  Anne  Lewis,  Sept.  4,  1797. 

Aubb,  John  and  Margaret  Baer,  June  2,  1812. 

Auman,  Andrew  and  Barb.  Lutter,  (Fred.  Co.)  Mch.  29,  1785. 

Ausherman,  Hanson  and  Huldah  Arnold,  Aug.  2,  1843. 

Austin,  Hilleary  and  Christmas  Price,  Feb.  il,  1824. 

Axline,  David  and  Ann  Maria  Mumaw,  Dec.  27,  1849. 

Bache,  George  and  Elizab.  Koblentz,  Jan.  30,  1791.