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Rent Rolls & Tax Assessments


Maryland
MSA Index 56 - Rent Rolls 1639-1779

   NAME       TRACT       ACRES       DATES       COUNTY       LIBER : FOLIO   TRANSCRIPTION  
 Jeofry Horney    Cottingham   50 acres    1662-1712   Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 18     
 Mary Horney    Dundee   30 acres    1675-1718   Maryland   11 : 21      
 James Horney    Batchelors Branch   100 acres    1679-1729   Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 99     
 Solomon Horney    Batchellors Branch   100 acres    1679-1762    Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 99      
 Sarah Horney    Batchellors Branch   100 acres    1679-1767    Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 99      
 Philip Horney    Addition to Batchelors Branch   6 acres    1689-1754    Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 120      
 Solomon Horney    Addition to Batchellors Branch   39 acres    1689-1754    Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 120      
 Sarah Horney     Addition to Batchellors Delight        1689-1767    Talbot County, Maryland   11 : 120      
 Jeffery Horney    Dixons Gift   100 acres    1707    Queen Anne's Co., MD   12A : 111         Transcription  
 Jeofry Horney    Pearsons Chance   150 acres    1727-1747   Caroline County, MD   10 : 555     




1783 Tax Assessment Talbot County, Maryland
MSA S 1437 ~ MSA S1161-10-1. 1/4/5/53

   NAME       HUNDRED, COUNTY, STATE      PAGE
   James Horney       Bollingbrooke, Talbot County, Maryland       3
   John Horney       Bay and Mill, Talbot County, Maryland       7
   John Horney       Bay and Mill, Talbot County, Maryland       14
   Thomas Horney       Bay and Mill, Talbot County, Maryland       6



1783 Tax Assessment Caroline County, Maryland
MSA S 1161-3-5 Location: 1/4/5/46

   NAME       TRACT       ACRES       HUNDRED, COUNTY, STATE      PAGE
   Deborah Horney       Pearsons Chance       part 150 acres       River District Hundred, Caroline County, Maryland       30
   Deborah Horney       Carey and Horney       part 8 acres       River District Hundred, Caroline County, Maryland       30
   James Horney       Loyds Regulation       part 61 acres      River District Hundred, Caroline County, Maryland       30
   Jeffry Horney       Loyds Regulation       part 123 acres      River District Hundred, Caroline County, Maryland       30
   Philip Horney                   River District Hundred, Caroline County, Maryland       30




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Talbot County, Maryland
Land To Be Sold If Taxes Not Paid
1826 and 1827 Delinquent Taxes Due by 1828


Baltimore Patriot
September 18, 1828
Page 4

TALBOT COUNTY TAXES
Office of the Commissioners of the Tax, EASTON, July 1828.
Ordered by the Commissioners of the Tax for Talbot county, that the following
advertisement be inserted once a week for and during four weeks successively, in the
Baltimore Patriot, and the Republican Star and Easton Gazette, printed in Easton.
  A List of Tracts and Parcels of Land, in Talbot county and State of Maryland, liable for
and charged with County Taxes for the years 1826 and 1827, and the amount of Taxes respectively
due thereon, with the names of the persons chargeable with the same - the Taxes being now due
and unpaid, and on which no personal property could be found by the Collector in said county, liable for
or properly chargeable with payment of the same, as by his return to the Commissioners for said
county, appears, to-wit:

   PERSONS NAMES       NAMES OF LANDS       ACRES       DUE   
  

District No. 1

      $         
   Mark Benton's heirs    Lot on Washington street       1   1/2       15       25
   John Crouch's heirs    Part of Gaufton     54        2       25
   Henry Freeman's heirs    Lot on Harrisons street            1/4    1       31
   Cloudsburry Kirby's jr. heirs    Lot on Washington street            1/8    1       77
   Margaret Nicholson    Lot on corner of Goldsborough & Harrison street            1/4    2       01
   James Ozmont    Part of Neglect on Miles River       4       1       04
   Samuel Ringgold    Parts of Bachelors Range & Bachelors Addition    260       4       40
   Christiana Seth's heirs    Lot corner of Goldsborough and Harrison street,
   and part of Tilghman's Fortune
     84   3/8       15       15
  

District No. 2

  
   Greenbury Griffin    Two Lots in St. Michaels            1/2    1    20
   John A. Horney    Part Hambleton's Discovery, part Maiden's Defeat,
   part Haddaway's Addition
   112       6       81
   Thomas Harrison's heirs    Lot in St. Michaels            1/2       76
   Henry Hambleton's heirs    Part Hambleton's Discovery      55   1/2       1       37
   James Hambleton's heirs    Part Hambleton's Discovery      50         1       25
   John Hossefross' heirs    Part Hambleton's Discovery
   and part Sherwood's Island
     62   1/4       1       80
   John Jones    Lot of Ground on Miles River             1/2       88
   Meredith Marshall's heirs    Part of Goddin's Enlargement, Goddin's Addition
   and Rest Content
   295   1/4       6       62 1/2
   James Pulley    Part of Oakley     40           70
   Mable Wales    Sandres's Lot     45        1    23
   Thomas Wrightson's heirs    Three lots in Saint Michaels       1   1/2       3       17
  

District No. 3

  
   John Bullen's heirs    Part Pitt's Range, part Hutchinson    235       3    05
   Daniel Cox    Part Bennet's Freshes & part Bailden    197   3/4       6       48
   John Helsby's heirs    Lot in Trappe            1/2    1    18
   William Lowry    Part Lowe's Ramble, part Miller's Hope,
   part White Philips and part Hunting Hill
   179    10       57
   Loockerman & Wright    Part Lowe's Ramble      53   1/2       3       48
   Enoch Morgan    Part Barwick's or Hows' Manor      200    11       82
   Henry Morgan's heirs    Part Little Bristol      337    21       75
   James Medford    Lot in Oxford            1/2    1       64
   James Pamphilian    Part Hierdier Lloyd      34   1/2       1       30
   Dr. Devorix Traverse    Part Lowe's Ramble    110    2       60
   Mary Turbut    Part Moore Fields, part Judith's Garden,
   Adventure & Chance, part Oldham's Discovery
   105    5       20
  

District No. 4

  
   Henry Allen's heirs    Widows Chance, Rumley's Forrest
   and part of other tracts
   405   1/4       7    60
   Richard L. Austin    Austin's Trail    187    5    86
   James Austin's heirs    Name unknown     80        2    27
   Anthony Booth    part of John's Hill, part of Bloomsbury
   & part of Sherman's Industry
   207    1    66
   Daniel Caulk's heirs    Part of Parker's Park, part Parrott's Reserve
   and part of John's Hill
   432   3/4       5    33
   Thomas Dudley's heirs    Part High-field, part Beaver Neck
   and part of Broad Lane
   160    7    62
   Henry Downes's heirs    Part of Austin and part of other tracts    676    16    71
   William M. Delahay    Part of Beaver Neck & part of Advantage    182   1/2       3    20
   William Fountain's heirs    Part of Advantage    112   1/2       2    51
   John Ferguson's heirs    Noble's Meadows    216      9    00
   John Garey's heirs    Poplar Level and part of other tracts    761      17    76
   William Meconekin's heirs    Part of Partnership     75        3    40
   Christian Morgan    Part of Advantage    153      3    82
   William Millington's heirs    Part of Epsom and Bett's Chance    204      3    47
   John McDonald's heirs    Part of Perkins's Discovery & part of Carter's Farm    276   3/4      11    75
   George Noble's heirs    Part Noble's Chance and part other tracts    270      3    85
   Joseph H. Nicholson's heirs    Part Arcadia     45           59
   Richard Ray's heirs    Part of Beaver Dam Neck,
   part of Hazard and other tracts
   146   1/4      2    16
   Francis A. Rochester    Part Lloyd Costin Enlarged    270   3/4      9    80
   John Tillotson's heirs    Name unknown    370    18    34
   William Turner    Part of Highfield Addition and part Bury's Range    150    2    39
   Francis, James & Elizabeth Turner    Part of Hampton and part of Loveday's Purchase    280    3    97
   Rebecca Wooter's heirs    Part of Noble's Addition & part of Planter's Delight    152    4    09
   Jonathan Leonard heirs    Part Hampton     7           70
   Wilson & John Palmer    Duinn's Range, Moore Fields
   & Moore Fields Addition
   200    1    93
   Edward Price's heirs    Part Neglect and part of other tracts     70        9    87

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That unless the County charges on the lands aforesaid, proportionable part of advertising and
all other legal charges thereon due, shall be paid to Lawrence W. Spencer, Esq. the collector of
the Tax of said county, on or before the twenty third day of September next, or within thirty days
after the publication of this notice is completed, the lands so charged as aforesaid or such part
thereof as may be necessary to raise the sum due thereon, shall be sold to the highest bidder for
the payment of the same, pursuant to the act of assembly entitled "an act for the more effectual
collection of the county charges, in the several counties of this State," passed November session 1797.
John Stevens, Clerk to the Commissioners of the Tax for Talbot County.
Easton, aug 19, 1828 - 28   1aw4w


[Note: I transcribed this newspaper article published in the Baltimore Patriot dated September 18, 1828.
The last column was difficult to read. Click here to see a copy of the article.
Dee Horney - Gabler   June 15, 2005]




Republican Star and General Advertiser
August 21, 1827

CONSTABLE'S SALE
By virtue of two writs of fe. fa's, to me directed
against John A. Horney, at the suits of
Thomas Hanna and Francis Kersey, will be sold
in the town of St. Michaels on TUESDAY, 21st
of August inst. subject to a bill of sale given
Alexander B. Harrison, the following property
to wit: 1 Clock, 1 side-board, 1 Beaureau,
1 mare and colt, 6 beds and furniture 12 chairs
1 cubboard and contents, 1 turkey carpet,
1 canoe, 1 old seine and ropes, 1 gin fall and blocks,
1 cross cut saw, 1 whip do, 1 Negro Girl, Charlottee,
1 Negro child, name not known, 1 small tool House,
taken and will be sold to satisfy the
Debts interests and costs due and to become
due thereon; sale to take place between the
hours of 2 and 5 o'clock P. M. and attendance
given by
      WOOLMAN LEONARD, Constable
aug 7       3w




Delaware 1790 Tax List

   NAME       YEAR       TOWNSHIP, COUNTY, STATE       RECORD TYPE   
   Thomas Harney, Jr.       1790       Baltimore Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware       Tax List   




OHIO Tax List

   HEAD HOUSEHOLD       YEAR       LOCATION       PAGE   
   Parris Herney      1808      Greene County Ohio       12   
   William Horney      1808      Greene County, Ohio       12   
   William Horney      1809      Beaver Creek, Greene Co., Ohio       11   
   William Horney      1810      Ceasar, Greene Co., Ohio       22   
   William Horney      1810      Sugar Creek, Greene Co., Ohio       26   





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This site created, compiled and maintained by Diana "Dee" Horney - Gabler
April 14, 2003 and updated June 14, 2005

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