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NameJohn Aldridge
Birth1661, Northumberland Co, VA [1023]
DeathDec 1702, Indian Neck Man, Talbot, MD [1023]
FatherGeorge Aldridge (1629-1679)
SpouseElizabeth [Aldridge]
Will29 May 1704, Talbot Co, MD
Deathbef 7 Oct 1704, Talbot Co, MD [2, See notes]
Birth1688, Talbot Co, MD [1023]
Death14 Mar 1750, Prince George Co, MD [1023]
MarriageTalbot Co, MD [1023]
Notes for John Aldridge
On the last day of Feb 1676/7 Ann Mitchell, wife of John Mitchell of St. Michael's River, gave to her son John Aldridge, 150 a. in Wye River where she lately lived called Ould Mill; to son Benjamin Aldridge, 100 a. called Indian Neck; to son George Aldridge, 100 a. part of Indian Neck; to dau. Mary Aldridge, a cow; to son Thomas Aldridge, a cow; to son John Bullpitt, a cow. The sons were age 18 and the daus. were under age 15. (TALR 3:46}

John Aldridge of TA Co. d. leaving a will dated 30 Nov 1702 and proved 25 Feb 1702 [1702/3]. Named were son John, to have the dwell. plant. on Leed's Creek and all lands adj. thereto; dau. Sophia, to have residue of real estate and son John's share in the event of his death without issue; and wife Eliza:, extx., to have all real estate during minority of children afsd. In the event of the death of afsd. children without issue, sd. wife to inherit entire estate, and for lack of such heirs estate to pass to bro.William Mitchell. The will was witnessed by Benj. Peeke, Wm. Rakes, and Sophia Scott. By a memorandum attached to the will, the testator ratified the bequests of 100 a., part of Faulkner's Square, to Mary Gary, devised to her under the will of Thos. Aldrich. In the event of her death without issue, sd. land to pass to dau. Sophia afsd. {MWB 11:264}
[Colonial Families of Eastern Shore Maryland, quoted at]
Notes for Elizabeth [Aldridge]
Elizabeth Aldradge {sic}, widow, of TA Co. d. leaving a will dated 29 May 1704 and proved 7 Oct 1704. Named were sisters Mary Pride and Sarah James; May Gary; goddau. Alice, dau. of William Mitchell; son John; and dau. Sophia. Son John to dwell on his own plant. with Wm. Rakes during minority, and dau. Sophia to dwell with Andrew Kimmont. The execs. were Wm. Rakes and Andrew Kimmont. The will was witnessed by Wm. Mitchell, Augustine Finn, and Jno. Tarre. {MWB 3:461} [Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore]
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