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Chronological, abstracted index of the Lloyd Manley Genealogical Archive

(LMGA)

Explanation of notes:

 

pimR => probability p(x) monotonically increasing for all x element of R  lim as x -> +inf

[odds increase as we move to the right of the interval]

pimL => probability p(x) monotonically increasing for all x element of R  lim as x -> -inf

[odds increase as we move to the left of the interval]

pieL => probability p(x) exponentially increasing for all x element of R  lim as x -> -inf

[odds greatly ncrease as we move to the left of the interval]

pieR => probability p(x) exponentially increasing for all x element of R  lim as x -> -inf

[odds greatly increase as we move to the right of the interval]

pN => probability p(x) approximately normalized for all x element of R

[odds peak at the middle of the interval]

pAND => putative AND operator [two events taken together obviously require the conclusion]

dAND => deductive AND operator [two events taken together obviously imply the conclusion]

pfp => indicates the time interval for which there was potential for progeny

 

possibly means there was some evidence for the conclusion but the conclusion cannot be relied upon

probable means there was evidence for the conclusion that requires contrary evidence to discount

Neither qualifier means that the conclusion was beyond most doubt.

DUPLICATE_REC means that the entry was mistakenly duplicated by another entry.

 

About Julian Dating:

Prior to 1752 England and the colonies used a Julian calendar in which the new year began on 25 March. Therefore, some dates will be seen with a slash, such as 1727/28. This is an attempt to date the event using both the old and the new calendar system. If a date fell on, say, 25 February 1727 then it would be 25 February, 1727 Julian or 25 February, 1728 new. So, the calligrapher might write the date as 25 February 1727/28 indicating that it was on 25 February 1727 Julian and 25 February, 1728 by the new calendar.

 

Regarding MD probate records (more or less the same in other states and colonies):

 

A widow had a defense if she thought her husband’s will unjust.  Whatever it left her, a widow was entitled to try to get more by claiming her dower, 1/3 of her husband’s estate real & personal.  Often a probate includes the widow’s acceptance or rejection of the will. The widow "stood to" or "abode by the devise in the will" or "elected" or "fled to" her one third or what the law provides. Occasionally she accepted what the will gave her of the real estate but rejected what it gave her of the personal estate, or vice versa.

Wives also held legal authority over transaction of assets, effectively making them owners as well. If a husband desired to transact, convey or otherwise sell land or property the wife had to “release dower”. This is a legal release allowing the husband to transact the property by the wife affirming that she has not or will not claim dower interest in the property. This “release of dower” required the physical presence of the wife by herself before a judge. This can be an important clue when reading deed records indicating that someone has “released dower”. Dower interest constraints on the conveyance of the husband’s property were effective at the moment of marriage regardless of who brought the property into the marriage. It therefore will be necessary for any transaction by the husband.

Often the will was proved in the presence of the heir at law, almost always the testator’s eldest son. This information is helpful, and occasionally this is the only appearance of that son’s name.

 

Basic interval notation:

‘[‘ means left inclusive and ‘]’ means right inclusive

‘(‘ means left exclusive and ‘)’ means right exclusive

Commas separate the endpoints of the interval

Example 1: [26 November 1610, 03 December 1640] means the event occurred at some time between the 26th of November, 1610 and the 3rd of December, 1640; up to and including both given dates.

Example 2: (26 November 1610, 03 December 1640] means the event occurred at some time between the 26th of November, 1610 and the 3rd of December, 1640; excluding the 26th of November, 1610 but including the 3rd of December, 1640.

 

abbreviations and defintions:

USC   --    United States Census; the decennial census performed by the United States Government since 1790 inclusive.

 

Region Key

 

Region      

Letter designation                                                                

description

1                               

SWEKY                        

Southwestern Kentucky, south of I-64 and west of I-75 and within the confines of the State of KY

2

SWCAR                      

Southwestern Carolinas, north of I-20 and west of I-77 and within the confines of the States of NC and SC

3

EVANC                        

Eastern Borders of VA and NC, north of I-40 and east of I-85 and south of I-64 and within the confines of the States of VA and NC

4

NVAMD                        

Northern VA and Western MD, north of I-64 and east of I-81 and within the confines of MD and VA excluding MD east of CB

5

EMDVA                        

Eastern MD and DE and VA all east of the Chesapeake Bay (CB)

6

MISSO                         

Within the confines of the State of MO

7

INDIA                           

Within the confines of the State of IN

8

KANSA                        

Within the confines of the State of KS

9

CALIF                           

Within the confines of the State of CA

10

COLOR                      

Within the confines of the State of CO

11

GEORG                      

Within the confines of the State of GA

12

ENGLA                      

Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

13

NEWJE                      

Within the confines of the State of NJ

14

SESCA                      

All of SC outside Region 2; southeastern SC

15

TEXAS                      

Within the confines of the State of Texas

16

WSTVA                       

Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

17

ILLINO                       

Within the confines of the State of IL

18

IOWA

Within the confines of the State of IA

 

 

No place/No date

 

(unk-unk-001.000) William Manley m. a Margaret Lindsey (d/o Agnes Ruffin and Edward Lindsey) and expired with issue:

            Margaret Manley

            Joan Manley

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D34H page 1 and M2H page 1]

 

(unk-unk-002.000) David Manly (David Manley) m. Martha Stubblefield in NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D34H page 1 and M2H page 1]

 

(unk-unk-003.000) A SC genealogical information db on microfilm contains Manley surname information.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M12H page 1 and 2]

 

(unk-unk-004.000) An index to 'all' North Carolina Colonial and State Records (State government only) on Manley surname yields:

            Major Manley and battle at Camden

            Absalom Manley petition

            Allen Manley army rank

            Jas Manley (James Manley) in militia

            John Manley at proprietors' meeting...instructs Hyde

            John Manley land grant to

            Sir Joseph Manley

            Littleton Manley army rank

            Moses Manley army pay

            Sothey Manley army rank

            William Manley to Ashe on Nogg and Campbell

            Manley (countersign)

            Mr. Manly cited

            Dr. Manly

            Gabriel Manly army pay; served Revolutionary War NC line

            Jesse Manly deserter

            John Manley shipmaster

            Morris Manley army rank

            Moses Manly army rank

            Sothey Manly in Davidson's Company; served Revolutionary War NC line

            Southam Manly army pay

Most or all of these are detailed herein.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 2]

 

(unk-unk-005.000) There were several land grants made west of the Tennessee River to Manleys and Rawlings but are indexed without dates. see sources.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L5H page 10 through 12]

 

(unk-unk-006.000) The following periodical articles of interest contain Manley references that may correlate with LMGA data:

Convict list, 1700s+; Family move to KY, 1809 from Port Tobacco, MD; Prerogative court estate valuations, 1732; List of manors in southern Maryland counties at or abt. St. Michael's, MD; Port Tabacco town hundred (Port tobacco town hundred), 1775.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit Q1E]

 

(unk-unk-007.000) ? m. Mary Higgins at NJ with least issue: Elisha and John.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M112H page 2]

 

Places without dates:

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

 

(unk-SWEKY-001.000) On ? at the City Cemetery Nashville Davidson co., TN Nancy Mandley (Nancy Manley) was buried. No information was provided.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 111 page 2]

 

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(unk-NVAMD-001.000) On ? at Fairfax co., VA John Mandle (John Manley) was mentioned in a will as being married to a woman with prior surname Abercrombie. Her given name was not provided.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 99 page 1]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

Begin Timeline

 

1510-1519

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the borders of England excluding UK states

 

(1510-ENGLA-001.000) On abt. 1516 at Cross Manor John Nuthall m. Jane Horton (d/o Roger Horton and Alice Manley (d/o Sir Thomas Manley)) b. abt. 1495 at Cheshire co., England.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit E1E]

 

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1520-1529

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1530-1539

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1540-1549

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1550-1559

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1560-1569

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1570-1579

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1580-1589

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1590-1599

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1590-NVAMD-001.000) On [15 May 1594, 06 April 1594] Anges Manley (Agnes Manley) (d/o Lawrence Manley) (m. Thomas White) at Newport-Bagnell, Baltimore co., MD expired with issue:

            Lawrence Manley

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Thomas Manley

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            William Manley

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Catherine Manley

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Elizabeth Manley

                        b.

                        m. William Simpkin

                        d.

            Joan Manley

                        b.

                        m. Henry Tyce (Bronson)

                        d.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M28H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1600-1609

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1610-1619

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1620-1629

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1630-1639

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1630-NVAMD-001.000) Sarah Manely (Sarah Manley) m. a Richard Forster on x element of [20 August 1634, 20 August 1635, 20 August 1636, . . . , 20 August 1777] in Cecil co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M10H page 2]

 

(1630-NVAMD-002.000) On March 25, 1634 the Ark and the Dove, the first immigrant ships to MD, arrive at St. Clement's Island in St. Mary's co., MD. No Manleys were aboard.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit IEE]

 

(1630-NVAMD-003.000) From the founding of St. Inigoes Mission in St. Mary's co., MD until the 1800's there were no Manleys recorded as buried there.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit S1E]

 

(1630-NVAMD-004.000) Captain Thomas Cornwalis' wife was one Penelope Wiseman Cornwalis who was born in England sometime before 1638. A relative of hers accompanied her and Thomas to the New World circa 1650. Robert Wiseman apparently returned to England w/o having children in America. William Cornwallis, son and heir of Thomas and born in MD, administered land granted Thomas in 1658; to wit, 1000 acres in Baltimore co., MD known as "Planter's Paradise", located on the "West side of the north branch of Back River". Land encroachments forced a resurvey of the land in 1678.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 3]

 

(1630-NVAMD-005.000) John Manley I was born on [1610, 1658]. {On 1677 Clerk of the Court, St. Mary’s co., MD no earlier than 18 years of age - job title that of educated gentry}

[putative conclusion of fact]

 

(1630-NVAMD-006.000) In 1638, Madam Cornwallis, wife of British General Thomas Cornwallis, lived and raised heirs at St. Mary's co., MD at their home at Cornwallis' Crosse, later called Cross Manor. The Madam was born Penelope Wiseman and her descendents appeared years later in both Westmoreland co., VA and St. Mary's co., MD. Some 19'300 acres of virgin land was granted to Thomas Cornwallis by the Crown of England.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 3]

 

(1630-NVAMD-007.000) John Manly (John Manley - John Manby - John Manley) arrived on abt. 18 June, 1636 at Accomack co., VA listed as "by John Neale".

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I3H page 2 and Exhibit L14H page 5]

 

(1630-NVAMD-008.000) Jon. Manly (Jonathan Manley - Jonathan Manly) arrived abt. 04 August, 1637 at Isle of Wight co., VA listed as "by Joseph Cobb".  Keywords: branch of Warwicksquike River, New Towne Haven (New Town Haven - Newtown Haven), John Vaslers, Elizabeth Cobb, Joseph Cobb, Benjamin Cobb. Patent for land renewed on 01 September, 1643 (possibly closer to date of actual transport).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I3H page 2 and Exhibit L14H page 4]

 

(1630-NVAMD-009.000) Jon Manly (John Manley) arrived in 1637 at Isle of Wight co., VA listed as "by Joseph Cobb". Contradicted by Exhibit L14H which shows no such arrival.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I3H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1640-1649

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1640-EVANC-001.000) On about 31 March, 1645 John Manning (John Manley) was recorded for billable purposes in a deed at lower Norfolk co., VA

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D209H page 2]

 

(1640-EVANC-002.000) On 01 February, 1648 John Manning (John Manley) acknowledges a request for shipment at a lower Norfolk co., VA court hearing.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D209H page 3]

 

(1640-EVANC-003.000) On 15 February, 1648 Thomas Man. (Hyphenation of last name or end of sentence for period unclear) (Thomas Manning - Thomas Man - Thomas Manley)  was identified as a servant conveyed to Peter Porter from Captain John West Governor (Governor John West, Captain John West) at a lower Norfolk co., VA court hearing.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D209H page 4]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1650-1659

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1650-EVANC-001.000) On 29 November, 1654 at Norfolk co., VA a land patent to Sarah Hancock of Lynnhaven Parish, Lower Norfolk, VA for 300 acres was granted; 200 acres of which was granted for the transport of Richard Belt, John Browne (John Brown), Mary Stout and William Piggot into the colony.

[source: LMGA Exhibit M115H page 11]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1650-NVAMD-001.000)  Anthony Rawlings in 1651 appeared in a St. Mary's co., MD will record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1650-NVAMD-002.000) After 20 July, 1655 John Hallowes, Senior (Major John Hallowes, Senior, esquire - John Hallowes I)

b. on (08 June 1612, 08 June 1613]

previously of Rachedale co., Palatine of Lancaster, England

resided at St. Mary's co., MD on 02 June, 1639

m1. Restituta Tue Hallowes rt I on 02 June, 1639

expired testate with issue:

Restituta Hallowes Whitson rt II

b. on [02 March 1640, 27 April 1660)

{using 8 month/12 year pregnancy/progeny rule}

with pfp on [02 March 1652, +inf.)

at Northumberland co., VA

m. John Whitson I (John Whitston - John Whetsone)

expired before 28 July, 1670

{VA planter with land grants adjoining John Hallowes, Senior.}

            m. before 28 July, 1670

            issue:

                        John Whitson (John Whitson II)

                                    expired probable intestate sine prole

                        Restitute Whitson Steele-Manley rt III

                                    b. on (27 July 1660, +inf.)

                                    with pfp on (27 July 1672, +inf.)

{using 8 month/12 year pregnancy/progeny rule}

exp. on exp. [30 January 1688, 29 February 1688]

m1. Matthew Steele

On or about 06 December, 1674

ceremony performed by Minister John Waugh

and declared “contrary to law” probably b/c she was too young

{s/o Thomas Steele of VA and legatee same}

exp. before 27 July, 1681.

issue:

Thomas Steele

exp. intestate sine prole on [1691, 1701]

m2. John Manley I

On abt. August, 1680 but before 27 July, 1681

at Westmoreland co., VA;

                                    issue:

                                                William Manley

                                                            see index entries

                                                John Manley II

                                                            m. possible Ann Turley West-Manley

                                                            but probably not

                                                            issue:

                                                                        John Manley III

                                                                        b. before 20 November, 1734

d. after 30 January, 1687

            John Hallowes, Junior (John Hallowes II)

b.

m.

exp. intestate sine prole

m2. Elizabeth ? Hallowes

b. on [20 July 1631, 20 July 1630)

exp. after 20 July, 1655

m1. John Sturman

issue: John Sturman

b. 1650 at MD

exp. 1723

at Westmoreland co., VA

John Hallowes, Senior made several court appearances at the county court of St. Mary's co., MD and practiced law there. Apparently there was no issue of the marriage between John Hallowes and Elizabeth Hallowes (as no heirs other than Restituta existed). Common law default at the time would effect legatee for females only if no male issue existed. Note that the Restitute generations are very compressed however, this particular pedigree was identified in contemporaneous court records as shown above. An average age for the first two Restitutas at childbirth would come out to about 14 years of age!

[source:  LMGA Exhibit J1E and D36H page 5 and Exhibit G2E and Exhibit M116H page 7 and D232 page 2 and D234H pages 3 and 4 and Exhibit M131H page 4]

 

(1650-NVAMD-003.000) Three references to John Manley of MD appear in an index to the MD deed courts from 1658 to 1790.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G2E]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

 

(1650-SESCA-001.000) John Maury (John Maurey - John Manley) arrived from Bristol, England on [1654, 1663] at St. Christopher (modern-day Nevis and Kitts).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I2H page 5]

 

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1660-1669

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1660-NVAMD-001.000) On 21 July 1669 John Nuthall, descendent of Nuthall who m. Nancy Manley, daughter of Sir Thomas Manley of Cheshire co., England b. abt. 1445, sells two manors in St. Mary's Cty; to wit Elizabeth and Cross Manor, both later owned by Thomas Manley of St. Mary's co., MD abt. 1740. Cross Manor was name of estate Sir Thomas Manley lived on in England. The receiver was one Walter Hall.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit AAF and E1E]

 

(1660-NVAMD-002.000) Elizabeth Manly (Elizabeth Manley) arrived from Bristol, England on [1664, 1685] at the Virginia Colony. Possibly correlated: Elizabeth Manly (Elizabeth Manley) arrived at colony of VA for 4 years service to John Holbrock on 21 November, 1666 (see Exhibit I4H)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I2H page 6 and Exhibit I4H page 2]

 

(1660-NVAMD-003.000) Westmoreland co., VA shrinks to what was approx. its modern-day size by 1661.

 

(1660-NVAMD-004.000) On 09 April, 1663 John Whitson (John Whetstone - John Whitstone) patented 1000 acres of land in Westmoreland co., VA above the head of the Nominy River between the branches or main swamps of the river, including branch that leads down to Colonel Allerton's Mill (Allertons Mill) and the branch that leads to White's Mill (Whites Mill).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 3]

 

(1660-NVAMD-005.000) On 10 April, 1666 the Northumberland co., VA County Court orders William Jallon to pay duties on behalf of John Manly (John Manley) as his guarantor as John Manley failed to do same as required when he departed the colony. John Manley was described as the master of a vessel. Failure to pay duties was reported by the County Collector for Northumberland co., VA Colonel Peter Ashton.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G12H page 2]

 

(1660-NVAMD-006.000) On 20 June, 1666 the Northumberland co., VA County Court awards William Jallons a judgement against John Manly (John Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G12H page 3]

 

(1660-NVAMD-007.000) On 24 September, 1667 John Whitson (John Whetstone - John Whitstone) patented 1430 acres of land in Westmoreland co., VA above the head of the Nominy River between the branches or main swamps of the river, including branch that leads down to Colonel Allerton's Mill (Allertons Mill) and the branch that leads to White's Mill (Whites Mill).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 3]

 

(1660-NVAMD-008.000) On [17 May 1668, 17 May 1667) prob. at Northumberland co., VA Anth. Manby (Anthony Manley - Anthony Manly - Anth. Manley - Anth. Manly) was born. On 17 May 1682 at Northumberland co., VA he was listed as a servant of Tho. Opye (Thomas Opye - Thomas Ope - Thomas Opee).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G25H page 4]

 

(1660-NVAMD-009.000) On 28 March, 1664 Lt. Col. Thomas Goodrich patented 2000 acres in Rappahanock co., VA on south side of Rappahanock River land being adjacent to John Mills, Thomas Rawson (Thomas Rawlings), Anthony, and the Orphant of Clement Thresh land. Transports Roger Manley as part of patent.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 48 page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1660-EMDVA-001.000) On abt. 17 November, 1664 Thomas Manley and John Manley receive a portion of a 7'950 acre tract of land to which they were entitled. Also receiving portions of same tract were Edward Maning (Edward Manley), Thomas Cole and Alexander Cole (William Cole).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L8H page 2]

 

(1660-EMDVA-002.000) In 1666 Thomas Manley recorded his cattle mark in Somerset co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G4H page 2 and Exhibit G2E]

 

(1660-EMDVA-003.000) On 09 November, 1666 at Accomack co., VA Thomas Manly (Thomas Manley) was named as 1 of 14 arrivals at said county for the service of Edward Smith.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L13H page 3]

 

(1660-EMDVA-004.000) On 09 November, 1666 at Accomack co., VA John Pike (John Peak) patented 400 acres at Mattapany (Mattapeny) in said county.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L13H page 3]

 

(1660-EMDVA-005.000) On abt. 1668 at Accomack co., VA Overton Manly (Overton Manley) was named as 1 of 145 arrivals at said county for the service of Daniel Jennifer and Anne Jennifer (AKA Anne Toft).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L13H page 4 and page 5]

 

(1660-EMDVA-006.000) On 05 April, 1666 at Accomack co., VA Richard Manly (Richard Manley) was named as 1 of 120 arrivals at said county for the service of David Williamson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L14H page 2]

 

(1660-EMDVA-007.000) On 28 March, 1664 at Rappahanock co., VA 2 persons by identical name of Roger Manley were named as 2 of 40 arrivals at said county for the service of Lt. Col. Thomas Goodrich.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L14H page 3]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1670-1679

 

(1670-unk-001.000) 1678 Manly (Manley) and Murty settle out of court in MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W1E]

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1670-NVAMD-001.000)  Elizabeth Rawlins appeared in an Original Wills record in 1676 at St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-002.000)  Elizabeth Rawlins appeared in an Inventories and Accounts record in 1676 at St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-003.000)  Elizabeth Rawlins appeared in a Wills record in 1676 at St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-004.000)  Elizabeth Rawlins appeared in an Inventories and accounts record in 1677 at St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-005.000) On 22 June, 1677 John Rawlings (John Rollens - John Rollins - John Rawlins) of Dorchester co., MD appeared in St. Mary's co., MD court.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W1E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-006.000) In 1678 or 1679 John Manley (John Manley I) was ordered by Chancery court of St. Mary's co., MD to make an inquisition into the Robert Sheale Estate.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G1E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-007.000) On before 28 July, 1670 at Westmoreland co., VA John Whetstone (John Whetsone - John Whitston - John Whitson)

m. Restituta Hallowes rt II

expired testate with issue:

            John Whitson (John Whetstone)

                        b.

                        m.

                        exp.

            Restitute Whitson rt III (Restituta Whetstone)

                        b. On (27 July 1660, 28 February 1671) pimL

m.

exp. [30 January 1688, 29 February 1688]

With wife Restituta Hallowes rt II and two children apparently legatees equally. Widows share was probably about one-third of John Hallowes, Senior's holdings. Known holdings by William Manley's generation were about 2400 acres of the Hallowes fortune (Steele fortune holdings unclear at this time - some lands located at or near “Spring Cotton” at Westmoreland co., VA).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 5 and temp 14 page 2]

 

(1670-NVAMD-008.000) John Manley (John Manley I) was the surveyor, or Clerk of the Court, St. Mary's co. from February, 1677 to abt. August, 1680.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G1E]

 

(1670-NVAMD-009.000) By 1678 all land originally granted Thomas Cornwallis was still in the possession of his heir William Cornwallis.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 3]

 

(1670-NVAMD-010.000) On abt. 15 December, 1679 Clerk of the Court, St. Mary's co., MD John Manley moves to Westmoreland co., VA from St. Mary's co., MD after resigning his position as clerk and becoming a "man of independent income who no longer works for a living". [resignation from Clerks position may come a few months after move]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G1E]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1670-EMDVA-001.000) In 1678 or 1679 Jeffrey Meanley was ordered by Chancery court of Calvert co., MD to appear as juror for inquisition; noted to be otherwise known as Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G1E]

 

(1670-EMDVA-002.000) In 1679 Henry Mitchell of the Clifts (Henry Mitchell of the Cliffs) of Calvert co., MD, a planter, sold to Jeffery Meanely of the Clifts (Jeffery Meanely of the Cliffs - Jeffery Meanly of the Cliffs - Jeffery Manly of the Cliffs - Jeffery Manley of the Cliffs - Jefferey Meanely of the Cliffs) of Calvert co., MD, a planter, 150 acres of Ceader Point (Cedar Point).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D70H page 2]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

 

(1670-SESCA-001.000) John Taylor Manley (John Mauley - John Taylor Mauley - John Manley - John T. Manley - John T. Mauley) arrived from Europe at Charles Town in the Carolina Colony (present-day Charleston, SC) sometime before 07 September, 1678.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit I1H pages 2 and 3]

 

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1680-1689

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1680-EVANC-001.000) On [1688, 1738] James Henby conveyed land to Edward Mandlin (Edward Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G9H page 2]

 

(1680-EVANC-002.000) On [1688, 1738] Elizabeth Mandling or Elizabeth Mandlin (Elizabeth Manley) pleads with court to recover her estate from executors Peter Jones and Rebaca Jones (Rebecca Jones) re: will of Joseph Sutten. Plea approved. Probably a formality. This indicates that the Elizabeth here named may have been born with surname Jones and that she was rightful legatee of a Jones estate.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G9H page 3]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1680-NVAMD-001.000) A land record dated 19 January 1681 shows the owner as a William Cole of a land tract of 50 acres. The tract was called 'Manley'. Jesuit Missions brought indentured servants to St. Mary's co., MD from England with the agreement that, after 3 to 5 years service they would be free to seek their own employment and would be given 50 acres of land if unskilled, 100 acres if skilled (this promise may have been reduced to 50 acres for all servants by the time John I arrived). These lands were granted from the St. Inigoes Manor originally granted by Lord Baltimore to the Jesuit Missions around 1630. Thomas Manley years later owned at least three tracts of land in St. Inigoes Manor (see 1740 and 1750). The reason for the name of the tract may have been that William Cole perceived a man named "Manly" to be a cuckold. Indeed, a closer examination of the primary source suggests that this was NOT given by the Jesuits to John Manley for his service as an indentured servant, thus arguing against this event as evidence for John Manley I’s immigration to the colonies. This was because the tract was surveyed for William Cole, suggesting that he patented it, not the Jesuits.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D31H pages 4 and 6 and temp 21 page 2]

 

(1680-NVAMD-002.000) On 13 May, 1688 a Jefferey Manely witnesses the probating of the will of Nathan Dawe (Nathan Daw) "of the clifts" in Calvert co., MD. Nathan Daw m. Mary Daw (Mary Dawe).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D10H page 1]

 

(1680-NVAMD-003.000) On 17 September 1683 John Manley I and Restituta Manley rt III conveyed 100 acres of "Nominy Forest", from original tract of 2430 acres inherited Restituta, to Nicholas Spencer, esq.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2H page 2]

 

(1680-NVAMD-004.000) On 08 June, 1688 Mathew Bust (Matthew Bust) (illiterate) at Stafford co., VA conveyed 850 acres of land in Stafford co., VA to Ralph Smith of Stafford co., VA which previously belonged to John Manley I and Restituta Manley. Keywords are: Ralph Smith (Ralphe Smith), Chyrugeon, Major John Hollis (Hallowes), John Newton, Potomacke River (Potomac River - Potomack River, Patomake River), James Price, Patatick Marsh (Patrick Marsh), William Fitzhugh, Henry Merest, Robert Hewitt and George Mason.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D84H pages 4 and 5]

 

(1680-NVAMD-005.000) On [01 December 1685, 13 March 1689] Susan Humfry (Susan Humphrey - Susan Humfrey) expired testate widow of Thomas Humfry (Thomas Humphrey - Thomas Humfrey) (exp. before 01 December, 1685 of Potomack - Potomac, Stafford co., VA and a planter) and such was recorded in Stafford co., VA court. Thomas Manley and John S. Maly (John S. Manley - John S. Manly - John Manley - John Manly) were present (John Manley I expired before 1688 - John Manley same presence occurred 13 March, 1689). Keywords are: William Martin (William Martyn) of Plimouth (Plymouth), Devon co. and a mariner, Johane Thomas, Nicholas Battiney (Nicholas Battinge) of Barston of Flying Stork Parish, Mariner co., Robert Joudge (Robert Judge), Arthur Prowze, John Emmett, and George Rithout.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D84H page 6]

 

(1680-NVAMD-006.000) On 09 December, 1686 the Stafford co., VA court recorded that John Manley I and Restituta Manley owned 200 acres of land in Stafford County, VA until 04 October, 1681 when they sold it to Nicholas Hayward. Keywords are: Nicholas Hayward of London, Captain George Brent, Mr. Sigismund Massey, Samuel Hayward, Martha Hayward, Potomack (Potomac), Robert Alexander, Joseph Hayward, John Cully, William Burnham, Mark Alden, Phillip Lainthall, Nathaniel Unwin, Robert Nesse.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D84H pages 2 and 3]

 

(1680-NVAMD-007.000) John Manley I witnesses the will of Patrick Spence when it was probated in Westmoreland co., VA on 26 March, 1684. It was also witnessed by Alexander Spence (indicated as his father in other records) and John Jordan. Decedents widow was Dorcas Spence.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D26H page 1]

 

(1680-NVAMD-008.000) *John Manley I expired on [15 June 1686, 30 January 1687] pimR with issue:

            William Manley

b. on [15 June 1686, 30 June 1686] pimR

with pfp on [15 June 1701, 26 July 1717]

            John Manley II

b. on  [March 1687, 01 Nov 1687] pimR

with pfp on [March 1702, +inf.] poss. (March 1702, 22 November 1734]

and was survived by his wife Restituta Whetstone Steele-Manley rt III (Restituta Manley rt III) who expired on [1688, 1695].

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H pages 5 and 6]

 

(1680-NVAMD-009.000) On January, 1688 John Elliott (John Elliot – John Eliott) of Appomattox, Appomattox co., VA purchased land in Rappahannock co., VA from Christopher Butler of Pope’s Creek, Westmoreland co., VA on 11 August, 1675. Prior to September, 1685 his apparent son of the same name, John Elliott, m. Sarah Foxall (Sarah Foxhall – Sarah Foxal – Sara Foxhall – Sarah Foxall).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D214H page 2]

 

(1680-NVAMD-010.000) On 13 December, 1682 at James City, VA in a city council meeting (attended by Coll William Cole, Coll Richard Lee, Coll John Page, Henry Chicheley Kent Deputy Governor, Mr Secretary Nicholas Spencer, Coll Nathaniel Bacon - Auditor Bacon, Coll Phillip Ludwell) William Harrison and John Manly (John Manley I - John Manly I) were described as the two "least guilty" of a group of "privateers" accused of pillaging and were sentenced to die by hanging, and were recorded as having escaped imprisonment and were thence given a pardon by the Lieutenant Governor of VA. One of them (though which was not identified) was described as a Polander (from Poland) and as having been baptized on 08 December, 1682.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G26H page 2]

 

(1680-NVAMD-011.000) On 13 March, 1688 at Stafford co., VA Thomas Manley and John S () Maly (John Manley) were present at a disposition of the estate of Thomas Humfry (Thomas Humphrey), a planter and related to be “of Potomack” in Stafford co., VA (Potomac – probably residing along Potomac river in Stafford co., VA). William Martyn (William Martin - illiterate) and Johane Thomas (Johan Thomas - illiterate) were executors after Susan Humfry (Susan Humphrey), the previous executor, expired also. Nicholas Battiney (Nicholas Battinge) of “Barston” in the parish of “Flying Stork”, county of Mariner, was named as attorney. Keywords are: Robert Joudge (Robert Judge), Arthur Prowce, John Emmett, George Rithout.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 17 page 2]

 

(1680-NVAMD-012.000) On 01 December, 1685 at Stafford co., VA (will recorded at Stafford co., VA 13 March, 1688 – presumed written there) Susan Humphrey (illiterate) writes her will which indicates that her cousins Gartrie Sarle, John Thomas, Sarah d/o Johan Thomas (John Thomas), Sarah Lee, and William Martyn (William Martin); that Christopher Pender has a son named John Pender; that Thomasin Adams was the wife of John Adams; that Sarah Adams was the d/o John Adams Taylor; Sarah was the d/o Roger Mills (Sarah Mills); that her sister was Johan Thomas. Keywords are; Grace Bastard (illiterate), Rachel Branch (illiterate),Sampson Vallack, Junior, Dorothy Pender.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 17 page 2 and page 3]

 

(1680-NVAMD-013.000) On 13 October, 1688 at Stafford co., VA Thomas Manley was present for the making of an indenture between the party Nicholas Ley, Junior of Plymouth of England and William Martyn (William Martin - illiterate) and Johan Thomas of Plymouth (presumably England and said to be only sister of Susan Humfry – Susan Humphrey – Susan Humphrey being said to be late of Plymouth implying immigration to Stafford co., and widow and relict of Thomas Humfry – Thomas Humphrey). Thomas Humphrey was of “Potomack” (Potomac) in Stafford co., VA and a planter, deceased and the party Nicholas Battinge of Oarston, Parish of Plymstock, Devon co. (presumably England) and a mariner. Keywords are: Nicholas Ley, Johan Thomas (illiterate), George Richout, John Smalley, Robert Joudge (Robert Judge), Arthuir Prowse (Arthur Prowse – Arthur Proust), John Emmett.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 17 page 3 and page 4]

 

(1680-NVAMD-014.000) On 18 October, 1688 at Stafford co., VA Thomas Manley was present for the making of an indenture between the party Nicholas Ley, Junior of Plymouth of England, a mariner, and William Martyn, illiterate mariner, and Johan Thomas, illiterate, of Plymouth (presumably England and said to be only sister of Susan Humfry – Susan Humphrey – Susan Humphrey being said to be late of Plymouth implying immigration to Stafford co., and widow and relict of Thomas Humfry – Thomas Humphrey) and the party Nicholas Battinge of Oarston, Parish of Plymestockin, Devon co. (presumably England), a mariner. Keywords are: Robert Joudge (Robert Judge), John Emmett, Arthur Prowse (Arthur Proust), John Smally (John Smalley), and George Richout.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 17 page 4]

 

(1680-NVAMD-014.000) On 1684 John Manly (John Manley) was listed as an officer of Westmoreland co., VA; to wit, a Justice.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 35 page 3]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1690-1699

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1690-SWCAR-001.000) On 19 September, 1694 at Pascotanck Precinct Thomas Pollock and John West were recorded as the attorneys of Thomas Steel (Thomas Steele) in case involving John Godderd (John Goddard) expired. Keywords are: John Bourland of New England, Thomas Harvey, Samuel Swann, Daniel Akehurst, Francis Tomes, Benjamin Lakar, George Podage, Comander, G. Muschamp (Commander Muschamp, Commander G. Muschamp).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D89H page 2]

 

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1690-NVAMD-001.000) Prince George's co., MD takes on its current boundaries on 03 October, 1695.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M18H page 1]

 

(1690-NVAMD-002.000) In November 1699 John Rawlings b. on [November 1691, November 1992] of Prince George's co., MD, son of William Rawlings was ordered to serve Collon John Addison until he reaches 21 years of age.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1002H page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-003.000) On 20 June, 1690 John Newton of Westmoreland co., VA quit-claimed to his son Benjamin Newton of Stafford co., VA a portion of land (400 acres) in Stafford co., VA originally owned by John Manley I and Restituta Manley that was at that time occupied by Benjamin same. with keywords: James Hall, [name missing], Joell Striblinge, and James Hearse.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D85H page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-004.000) On 26 January, 1691 John Newton of Stafford co., VA conveyed 300 acres of land in Stafford co., VA originally owned by John Manley I and Restituta Manley to William Fitzhugh. Deed of conveyance from John Manley I same to John Newton same was dated 10 May, 1683. Keywords are: John Adderton of Stafford co., VA, bordering Machodick at Bever Dam (Machodick at Beaver Dam), James Price, bordering John Newton, Junior, crossing Church Road, bordering Benjamin Newton, Joell Striblinge, Sarah Newton m. Joseph Newton, James Hearse, esquire.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D85H page 3]

 

(1690-NVAMD-005.000) On [07 December 1694, 29 May 1695] Captain Thomas Youell, Jr. (Thomas Jordan) prob. of Yocomoco in Copley Parish, Westmoreland co., VA expired testate with least issue:

            Ann Youell

            Penelope Youell of Westmoreland co., VA

b. [] ?

m1. Patrick Spence, Jr. (s/o Patrick Spence, Sr. and Dorcas Spence)

m2. Thomas Thompson. issue:

            Patrick Spence III

m1. abt. 1715 d/o Colonel George Eskridge

m2. Jemima Pope d/o Lawrence Pope.

            Thomas Spence

m. Ann Thompson OR

Alice Thomason

(Ann Thomazen - Alice Thomazen - Ann Thomasin – Alice Thomasin)

            Winnifred Youell (Winifred Youell)

            Richard Youell

            Elizabeth Youell

And was m. nomen nescio.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T3H page 3 and M116H page 33 and Exhibit M118H page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-006.000) About 1695 Thomas Steele expired intestate sine prole, making William Manley, son of John and Restituta Manley, the sole heir of estate (effect of primogeniture: William same was sole land legatee; personal effects divisible in divers calculus). William Manley executes on inheritance by seizin (public pronouncement on lands witnessed by public). Total inheritance approx. 2400 acres from Hallowes line (or, at least that was all that was claimed by Hallowes heir in civil suit). Steele line not yet determined. Years later a court case against Richard Manley in SC would raise doubt about whether or not Thomas Steele expired sine prole. See: (1780-SWCAR-009.000) Therefore, a closer look into the Steele line is advised.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 5 and D?H page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-007.000) On 28 May 1695 William Manley's land, belonging formerly to John Hallows (John Hallowes), was referenced in the deed of conveyance from Isaac Allerton to Alexander Gaudin (Alexander Gordon) in Westmoreland co., VA as bounding his own. The land was located near Nomony Clifts (Nominy Clifts) and was adjacent to land owned by Patrick Spence.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D1H page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-008.000) On [02 June 1691, 29 November 1691] pimR Richard Sturman expired testate presumably sine prole. He mentions "beloved" friends John Sturman and Penelope Hig? (Penelope Higgins - Penelope Higgons) who he describes as a "woman servant".

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M118H page 2 and Exhibit M116H page 28]

 

(1690-NVAMD-009.000) On 28 July, 1694 at St. Mary’s co., MD Cornelius Manley was listed as a creditor of John Blomfield in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 11 page 2]

 

(1690-NVAMD-010.000) On 26 March, 1695 at St. Mary’s co., MD Cornelius Manley was listed as a creditor of Edward Barbier in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 11 page 3]

 

(1690-NVAMD-011.000) On May, 1697 at St. Mary’s co., MD Cornelius Manley was listed as a debtor to William Roswell in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 11 page 4]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

 

1700-1709

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1700-NVAMD-001.000) On abt. 13 July, 1704 at St. Mary's co., MD John Wiseman m. Catherine Miles Wiseman (Catherine Miles Wiseman - Katherine Wiseman) expired testate with issue:

            John Wiseman expired testate 18 April, 1716 sine prole eldest male;

            Mary Wiseman

                        m. Cornelius Manning (Cornelius Manley); mentions son-in-law Cornelius Manning

            Robert Wiseman youngest male;

            Catherine Wiseman (Katherine Wiseman) poss. youngest female.

With keywords: Accomak Valley (Accomack Valley), Patuxent Road. Hugh Hopewell, anomak Valley on Pattux out maine Roade (prob. Accomak Valley (Accomack Valley) Main Patuxent Road. Witnesses: Thomas Courtney, George Mason and Gilbert Robinson. Will Proven 18 July, 1704 and written 06 December, 1703.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M109E page 1 and Exhibit D2E]

 

(1700-NVAMD-002.000) Dorothy Manley of Newton Bushnell, Devon co., MD b. abt. 1681 was unmarried in abt. 1700. On 16 September, 1700 she bound herself to serve John Smith of Bideford, Devon co., MD for four years in MD and VA. On 29 November, 1703 she witnesses a deed.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1005 page 2]

 

(1700-NVAMD-003.000) On abt. 30 August, 1704 Alexander Spence of Yocomoco in Copley Parish, Westmoreland co., VA expired testate with least issue:

            Patrick Spence

b. []

m. poss. Penelope Youell Spence

d.

            Mary Spence

b. []

m.

d.

            Dorcas Spence

b. []

m.

exp. (goddaughter of Jeremiah Jadwin of Yocomoco, Westmoreland co., VA

who exp. abt. 1697)

            Elizabeth Spence

And was survived by widow nomen nescio. Widow poss. Penelope Spence (named as returning an inventory for Patrick Spence on 29 August, 1694 alongside Alexander Spence same, but relation not stated - Exhibit M118H suggests Patrick Spence m. Penelope Youell Spence same and that Alexander Spence same was this Patrick Spences father). Witnesses: John Hartley and William Manley. Friend mentioned as George Eskridge.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T3H page 3 and Exhibit D2H pages 4 and 5 and Exhibit M118H page 2 through page 4]

 

(1700-NVAMD-004.000) On 29 November, 1704 William Smoot of Copeley Parish, Westmoreland co., VA conveyed land to Lawrence Pope and describes it as bounded by land once owned by Thomas Steele, then in possession of William Manley. His land lies in Cople and Washington Parish. Area belonging to William Manley was called "mouth of the narrows".

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2H page 6]

 

(1700-NVAMD-005.000) On 27 and 28 March, 1706 Mary Dudley swears on oath that William Manley was born in the latter part of June 1686. John Manley I's place of last residence was identified as Cople Parish, Westmoreland co., VA. Eleanor Crane, wife of Thomas Crane, was midwife for William's birth.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2H page 7]

 

(1700-NVAMD-006.000) On 25 August, 1706 Thomas Shadrick describes his land as bound by land of Mr. William Manley. His tract was called Carraoman (Carroman).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2H page 8]

 

(1700-NVAMD-007.000) On 25 October, 1708 Dorcas Jordan (born Dorcus Youell - Dorcas Youell) of Cople Parish Westmoreland co., VA bequeaths 20 shillings to William Manley. Dorcas Jordan's grandson was Patrick Spence, who was the son of Alexander Spence, esquire.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 2 and Exhibit D6H page 1]

 

(1700-NVAMD-008.000) On 03 February, 1708 William Manley sells 2430 acres of land, first granted to John Whitson, to one Robert Carter of Lancaster co. for 200 pounds.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-009.000) On 25 February, 1708 Thomas Thompson, surveyor of Westmoreland co., VA, surveys land held by William Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-010.000) William and Penelope Manley are, on 26 October, 1709, still married.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D3H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-011.000) William Manley owned 216 acres of land for 'quit-rents' in Westmoreland co., VA  in 1709.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1H page 2]

 

(1700-NVAMD-012.000) On 08 June 1703 Willoughby Allerton (of Machotique in Cople Parish, Westmoreland co., VA) conveyed to William Harper land in Westmoreland co., VA land that was originally conveyed from John and Restituta Manley in 17 September, 1683 and formerly belonging to John Wheston (John Whitstone, John Whetstone) to Nicholas Spencer, esquire. The land was located in Nominy Forest near land of Peter Duncan.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2H page 2 and page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-013.000) On 16 September, 1700 a record was entered in the Anne Arundel co., MD court indicating that Dorothy Manly (Dorothy Manley) of Bushell, Devon co. b. on (16 September 1680, 16 September 1681] and single bound herself as apprentice and servant to John Smith of Bideford, Devon co.  for service on a plantation in either VA or MD for four years. Witnessed by John Smith and Jonathan Hamner. Record entered at Devon Cty. on 09 August, 1703

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D208H page 2]

 

(1700-NVAMD-014.000) Dorothy Manley witnesses a land conveyance at Baltimore co., MD on 29 November, 1703. Keywords are: William Hawkins (illiterate), Anne Hawkins (illiterate), William Bladen, Broad Neck, Ralph Hawkins of Anne Arundel co., MD, Richard Bickardice, Joseph Hawkins (illiterate), Charles Greenberry, John Edrde.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D208H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-015.000) On April 1705 at Westmoreland co., VA F. Wright, John Sturman, Benjamin Berryman, William Allerton, Caleb Butler, and John Elliott (John Elliot – John Eliott) were all witnesses to a legal hearing.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D213H page 2]

 

(1700-NVAMD-016.000) John Elliott (John Eliott – John Elliot) expired on [09 January 1707, 31 March 1708] pimR with issue:

            John Elliott

m. Sabella Higgins (Sibella Higgins)

d/o John Higgins (AKA Captain John Elliott)

least issue: William, John, Augustine, Betty, Mildred, Martha

            William Elliott

            Mary Elliott (niece of John Foxall – John Foxhall)

m1. Nicholas Mewes (Nicholas Muse)

b. on [circa 1685], exp. on [1716]

Issue: John Muse

m2 Daniel Higdon (Daniel Higgins)

Issue: Mary, Jane

residing Westmoreland co., VA on 1717

Daniel Higdon

m2 Margaret ? Pope who

m1 Nathaniel Pope

            Martha Elliott (niece of John Foxall – John Foxhall)

m. Jordan Weedon (grand s/o Patrick Spence and Dorcas Spence)

            Sarah Elliott (step d/o Col. Andrew Monroe)

m. ? Ransdell

                                    Issue: Thomas, Sarah Elliott

            Elizabeth Elliott (step d/o Col. Andrew Monroe)

m.? Sturman

issue: Elizabeth, Sarah, Martha

And was survived by widow Sarah Foxall Elliott m2. Andrew Monroe. Witnessed by Joseph Bailey, Thomas Shaw, Ann Bailey (sister of Caleb Butler), Elizabeth Hurley (Elizabeth Turley), Elizabeth Cole. Left land he called “Pang Golio” to son John Elliott and land bought of John Butler to other son William.

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit D214H pages 2, 3 and 4 and Exhibit D216H pages 2 and 3 and Exhibit M115H page 2 through 4]

 

(1700-NVAMD-017.000) On [21 March 1705, 21 March 1706] at Northumberland co., VA Edmond Manly (Edmond Manley - Edmund Manly - Edmund Manley) was referenced as m. to Mary Manly (Mary Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G25H page 2]

 

(1700-NVAMD-018.000) On 23 August, 1700 at Northumberland co., VA Hannah Manley (Hannah Manly) was referenced as m. to Edmund Manley (Edmond Manley - Edmund Manly).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G25H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-019.000) On 08 January, 1702 at Westmoreland co., VA Henry Ashton (m. Elizabeth Hardidge Ashton) of Nominy in Copley Parish, Westmoreland co., VA declares William Sturman the s/o John Sturman and that his wife Elizabeth Hardidge Ashton (d/o William Hardidge) was entitled to land she inherited from Richard Sturman, Jr. (reason unclear) described as land located on the "branches of the Nominy" and bounded by land owned by Colonel William Pierce and John Sturman. He names his brother as Charles Ashton.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G25H page 3]

 

(1700-NVAMD-020.000) On 12 May, 1703 at Prince George’s co., MD Thomas Manley was listed as a servant of Col. Thomas Hollyday (Thomas Holliday) in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 12 page 2 and D236H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1700-EMDVA-001.000) The Mainly and Manly surname were common in Cecil co., MD in the North Sassafrax or St. Stephen's Parish c. 1700.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C15H page 2]

 

(1700-EMDVA-002.000) On [19 November 1706, 01 January 1707] at Sussex co., DE John Walton expired testate with issue:

            Percey Walton (Percy Walton)

            John Walton

            George Walton

            William Walton

            Mary Walton

            Alice Walton

            Ann Walton Draper m. Alexander Draper issue: Elizabeth Draper

Thomas Manley and Mark Manley; along with Joseph Hickman, were executors. Nicholas Granger was trustee and "friend" of decedent.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D211H page 2 and Exhibit temp 95 page 2]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

 

(1700-NEWJE-001.000) On [09 June 1703, 06 October 1705] pimR Richard Stout, Senior (illiterate) b. abt. 1600 at Nottinghamshire, England (s/o John Stout of Nottinghamshire, England) residing at Middletown, Monmouth co., NJ expired testate with issue:

            John Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            Richard Stout

b. []

m. poss. Penelope Printz

exp.

            James Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            Jonathan Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            David Stout

b. abt. 1667

m. Rebecca Ashton abt. 1688

exp.

            Benjamin Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            Alice Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            Mary Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

            Sarah Stout

b. []

m.

exp.

With wife Penelope Printz (possibly wife of Richard Stout sames' father - but wife/widows name NOT recorded in this will) b. abt. 1622 exp. abt. 1732 m. abt. 1644, her second marriage. Executors named were Jonathan Stout (Johnathan Stout) same  (or poss. Joshua Stout) and John Stout same. Has daughter-in-law Mary Stout b. [] m. exp. [dau] distinct of dau. Mary Stout and yielding issue: John Stout. Witnesses: Richard Hartshorne, John Weekham (John Meekham), and Peter Vandevandeter. Inventory indicates few belongings.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M110E pages 1 through 9 and LMGA Exhibit D223H page 2 and page 3]

 

(1700-NEWJE-002.000) On (09 June 1703, 02 August, 1769] David Stout b. abt. 1667 prob. at NJ (s/o Richard Stout and poss. Penelope Printz) expired with least issue:

            Freegift Stout (male)

b. [1693]

m. Mary Higgins b. on 24 January 1700

exp. abt. 02 August, 1769 residing Clover Hill, Hunterdon co., NJ

With wife Rebecca Ashton Stout (Rebecca Stout) of Middletown, NJ (d/o  James Ashton and Deliverance Throckmorton) b. ? exp. abt.  m. abt. 1688.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M110E pages 1 through 9 and Exhibit M121H page 2]

 

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1710-1719

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1710-SWCAR-001.000) In 1716 James Rawlings petitions the colony of SC and was presumably a resident of SC

[source: LMGA Exhibit G4E]

 

(1710-SWCAR-002.000) In 1717 James Rawlings petitions the colony of SC and was presumably a resident of SC

[source: LMGA Exhibit G4E]

 

(1710-SWCAR-003.000) On 24 April, 1710 Edward Rawlings m. Mary Miles at St. Andrew's Parish, SC

[source: LMGA Exhibit M3E]

 

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1710-EVANC-001.000) On 10 July, 1719 John West of Chowan co., NC m. Elizabeth ? West expired testate with keywords: Maratook, John Sh[sheet torn], shoemaker. Witnesses: Warance Sarson (Lawrence Sarson) and Elizabeth Rose (illiterate). Executor: Elizabeth West same.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D91H page 2]

 

(1710-EVANC-002.000) Isaac Hill of Bertie co., NC expired on 03 March, 1710 with issue:

            Michael Hill

b. []

            Isaac Hill

b. []

            John Hill

b. []

            Nathaniel Hill

b. []

            Martha Hill

b. []

And was apparently widowed of nomen nescio. Robert West of Bertie co., NC (m. Mary Harvey) was the executor. William Maule (William Manley), Edward Bryan, John Hale (John Hile) were witnesses.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D47H page 2]

 

(1710-EVANC-003.000) William Jones and wife Frances Jones sold land to Edward Mosely about 1720. A land grant in Jones family exists in 1717 next to land of Mary Jones and Thomas West probably near Hertford co., NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D46H page 2]

 

(1710-EVANC-004.000) On 24 January, 1711 John Manley, on behalf of the Duke of Beaufort, sends a letter to the Governor of North Carolina, Edward Hyde, esquire, with instructions for governance. The letter focuses heavily on matters of land (not surprising for a Duke). John Manley writes this letter from Craven House, presumably in England.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 17]

 

(1710-EVANC-005.000) On 20 November, of 1711, John Manley was formally located at the Duke of Beaufort's house, presumably England. This was the same John Manley who wrote a letter to the Governor of North Carolina on behalf of the Duke of Beaufort.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H pages 22 and 23]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1710-NVAMD-001.000) On 16 April, 1716 John Manley II was working at the St. Mary's co., MD land office as Clerk of the Land Office. Office was re-opened after a closure on 02 March, 1712 and official Carroll made appointments to same. John Manley same probably appointed then. In 1717 appointments were made through a different person by a different process, so John Manley same may have left then. DUPLICATE_REC

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G3E]

 

(1710-NVAMD-002.000) Thomas Manly (Thomas Manley) owned taxable property in the Mattapeny Hundred (Mattepeny Hundred) of Prince George's co., MD in 1719. DUPLICATE_REC

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 2]

 

(1710-NVAMD-003.000) Aron Rolings (Aaron Rawlings - Aaron Rollins - Aaron Rawlins) owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-004.000) On abt. 18 April, 1716 at St. Mary's co., MD John Wiseman expired testate sine prole. Names mother Catherine, father Richard Shirly and brother Robert Wiseman. Witnesses or otherwise present: Nicholas Richardson, Francis Myles (Francis Miles) and Mary Myles (Mary Miles).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M109E page 1 and Exhibit D2E]

 

(1710-NVAMD-005.000) John Lee (John Leigh) owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-006.000) William Ray owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-007.000) William Ray, Junior owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-008.000) Mrs. Ray owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-009.000) Mrs. Ray owned taxable property in the Collington Hundred of Prince George's co., MD in 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-010.000) Anne Maney (Anne Manley) m. William Turner on 27 January, 1718 in Prince George's co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M10H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-011.000) In 1719 a Thomas Manly owned taxable property in the Mattapeny Hundred region of Prince George's co., MD. DUPLICATE_REC

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 2]

 

(1710-NVAMD-012.000) In 1712 John Manley II, son of John I and Restituta, assumes the position of Clerk of the Land Office, St. Mary's County, MD. He appears to have held that position until sometime in late 1716; about 4 years. DUPLICATE_REC

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G3E]

 

(1710-NVAMD-013.000) Peter Manley of Devon co., MD was sentenced to serve 7 years for theft and/or larceny on 17 March, 1719.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1006 page 2]

 

(1710-NVAMD-014.000) On 27 October, 1712 a petition of William Manley to the House of Burgesses of VA to sell 2200 acres of land in Westmoreland co., VA was presented. Reasons for selling land were indicated in the petition as follows:

            to pay debts incurred from support of William Manley's family

            purchasing of slaves

            settling of other lands also in Westmoreland co., VA of greater value; to wit, 1600 acres presently held Wm. Manley by seizin.

On Monday, 17 November, 1712, the bill allowing this sale of land was made law.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G11H pages 2 through 9]

 

(1710-NVAMD-015.000) *William Manley, Copley Parish Westmoreland co., VA, sells large tracts of inherited land in January 13, 1711 and March 10, 1712. Primary source is needed for a complete trace of these tracts. see index.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 6]

 

(1710-NVAMD-016.000) On [30 May 1716, 26 November 1716] William Manley expired at Westmoreland co., VA testate with issue:

            Penelope Manley I

b. on [15 June 1698, 01 September 1717] pimR

            Jemima Manley

b. on [15 June 1698, 01 September 1717] pimR

poss. m. James Stout

before 08 August, 1754

at Hunterdon co., NJ

while residing at Hopewell, Hunterdon co., NJ.

                        OR poss. m. Captain Patrick Spence III

                                    exp. on 1740

            John Manley wm I

b. on [15 June 1701, 26 July 1717] pimR

with pfp on [15 June 1716, 20 Nov 1734] pimL

[Warning: specious, probably not same as John Manley of Fairfax co., VA]

and was survived by his wife (26 October, 1709) Penelope Higgins Manley (claimed to be d/o John Higgins and sister of wife of John Elliot – John Elliott. See Hearsay liber “penelopeHigginsAncestry.pdf” in which one researcher claims she was born in 1685 at Westmoreland co., VA and that her mother was Penelope Hull Higgins - d/o Augustus Hull and Anne Sturman Hull). A cross-reference of source material in the LMGA indicates that Penelope Higgins Manley could not have been the sister of Sabella Elliot who m. John Elliot. This is because that Penelope Higgins m. Daniel McCarty and she was not born until 1712 (tombstone inscription showing date of birth and husbands name). But William Manley and Penelope Higgins Manley were m. before 1710. This is the same book that contained the error regarding John Manley IIs progeny. The book is entitled “The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate”. Buuuttt, there’s a mystery here. According to two sources the Penelope Higgins that m. William Manley was the sister of Sabella Higgins. This would also make Augustine Higgins the brother of Penelope Higgins Manley and thus explain the cousin “Hugh West” reference in John Manley wmI’s will. This fits with the fact that an Ann Higgins was the administrator of the estate of Augustine Higgins, that is, Ann Turley West-Higgins. William Manley’s estate was apparently not inventoried until 1727.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 6 and Exhibit M118 page 6 and D233H page 2 and Exhibit D233H page 2 and Exhibit M131H page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-017.000) On [13 April 1727, 31 May 1727] Andrew Russell (m. Manley on [30 May 1716, 31 March 1725]) expired testate with issue:

            Francis Russell s/o Penelope Higgins Manley-Russell

                        b.

                        m.

                        exp.

            Anthony Russell s/o Penelope Higgins Manley-Russell

                        b.

                        m.

                        exp. On [02 January 1779, 08 March 1779] testate

least issue:

Andrew Russell

Francis Russell

Pamelia Russell (Milly Russell - Melia Russell)

Penelope Russell.

And was survived by his widow.  Andrew Russell same named his executors as John Elliot – John Elliott (m. Penelope Higgins' sister – Sabella Higgins – Sabella Elliott – Sabella Higgins Elliott) of Westmoreland co., VA, his wife Penelope, Edmund Bagge of Essex co., VA, and John Cooke of Stafford co., VA. Andrew Russell same owned land on Broad Run of Potomac River (Potomack River) in Prince William co., VA adjoining Colonel Henry Ashton and Henry William Fairfax on Beaver Dam Branches of Goose Creek and Broad Run in Prince William co., VA (later becoming Stafford co., VA).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M26H page 2 and 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-018.000) On [16 November 1716, 13 February 1717] John West (Major John West) of Stafford co., VA (m. Elizabeth West) expired testate with issue:

            John West (AKA Colonel John West) (a minor)

                        b.

                        m. poss. Margaret Pearson

b. on 05 March, 1720

                        exp.

                        poss. issue:

Ann West m. Daniel Talbot,

Hannah West m. John Ashton (s/o Charles Ashton),

                                    Mary West m. Richard Conway

Elizabeth West

Roger West m1. Nancy Macrae.

probable male, nomen nescio m. Ann Turley (Anne Turley) b. after 1700.

            minimal issue: John West, Hugh West

exp. before 1772 of Fairfax co., VA

(possible cousin by marriage mentioned in will of John Manley wm I)

                        b.

                        m.

                        exp. before 16 November, 1716.

And was survived by his widow Elizabeth West. After this event she m. Captain Charles Broadwater. Witnesses were: James Turley (illiterate), Lewis Saunders (Lewis Sanders), David Annise, Mary Mitchison, Elizabeth Woodward (illiterate), T. Fitzhugh and Henry Tyler. Keywords include: Edward Carter, William Green, Hunting Creek, Aquatinck Creek, Benjamin Blake, John Symmers (John Simmers – John Summers), John Blake, Burr Harrison, Captain Thomas Harrison, Pamunky, William Harrison (William Harrison, Junior), John Gowem, Thomas West, James Turley, John Symmonds (John Simmons), Thomas Symmonds (Thomas Simmons), Seith Harrison (wife of Thomas Harrison), Seith Anderson (d/o Jacob Henderson), Seith Lucas, William Cueter, David Innis, Frances Ballenger, Robert Blake, Simon Pearson, Reverend John Frazer (Father John Frazer). Removal of Hugh West, grandson of Major John West, to Fairfax  co., VA from Stafford co., VA indicates possibility that his mother, Ann Turley, also removed herself to that county (see page 4 of Exhibit D215H – Hugh West was deceased by 1771 and lived in Fairfax co., VA at expiration). However, historical data suggests that this was probably not a removal as much as an artifact of county history: Fairfax, Prince William, Loudon and Fauquier counties were all created from Stafford Cty. All of Fairfax and Prince William Counties were a part of (and did not exist) Stafford co. from 1664 to abt 1730. Therefore, note that all record searches for the above counties in the timeframe 1664-1730 should be directed at Stafford co. records. Pages 5-12 discuss another West line (the 1622 Anthony West line) on the eastern shores of VA that do not appear to be a part of this West line. There was no full name, location and time nexus to make it possible. Notice the deduction that William Manley lived not later than 26 November 1716, Ann Turley was born after 1700 and she already has a child who was the first cousin to John Manley wm I named Hugh West by 1716; i.e. she could not have married William Manley, who widowed Penelope Higgins Manley in 1716. This strongly suggests that Ann Turley must have married John Manley II after the decease of John West same. That Hugh West was the son of Ann Turley can be deduced from the will since the grandson Hugh West was mentioned, Ann Turley was the daughter-in-law but she was not presently married. This means a deceased son (nomen nescio) of John West same must have been the father. All of this data converges on the deductive conclusion that Ann Turley must have married John Manley II and have later taken his surname. An Ann Manley appeared years later in Albemarle co., VA being summoned to court by an associate of Thomas Lewis, the witness who signed off on John Manley IIs Inventory. The only way out of this conclusion, it seems from all the above, was if Ann Turley married Augustine Higgins, or an unnamed, unknown brother of his.

The will of John West was odd in that he refers to a daughter in-law named Ann Turley (not bearing his surname) who was under 16 y/o and not married. The only explanations would be that either that John West simply referred to her by her maiden name due to the brevity of her marriage to his deceased son and her youthful age or that the son, upon marrying Ann, promptly died and Ann Turley married a man of the surname Turley who also promptly died, all before she turned 16 y/o! Given the heavy mention of Turleys in the will, however, probably indicates that John West was just referring to Ann Turley by maiden name. This makes sense as she was underage and the Turley family would have to hold her inheritance in guardianship until she became of age. Whatever the case, she appeared to be the mother of grandson Hugh West mentioned in the will as all children of his named son John West were accounted for. The will further implies that John West was his only surviving son and states that both grandchildren were under 21 (indeed, it implies that even John West was underage). So, the Ann Turley connection would make Hugh West a cousin of John Manley wmI only if Ann Turley later married John Manley II. Note that at the time of this will Stafford co., VA encompassed the entire area of what would later become Prince William and Fairfax cos. VA. It would therefore be prudent to locate Ann Turley’s inherited land of 300 acres described in the will only as the “plantation where Edward Carter lived”. This may be at or near Difficult Run. A Nathaniel Carter does indeed live in the Fairfax co., VA area years later.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D215H page 1 to page 12 and Exhibit M122H page 7 and page 8 and page 9]

 

(1710-NVAMD-019.000) Shortly before 26 September, 1711 at Westmoreland co., VA John Higgins expired with least issue:

            Augustine Higgins

issue:

Penelope Higgins n?

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit M115H page 5 and Exhibit M118H pages 6 and 7]

 

(1710-NVAMD-020.000) On 29 December, 1717 at poss. Loudon co., VA Susanna Pearson (Susanna Pearson Alexander) m. John Alexander (d/o Simon Pearson) was born.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M122H pages 4 and 5]

 

(1710-NVAMD-021.000) On 19 March, 1713 at Prince George’s co., MD Thomas Manly (Thomas Manley) was listed as a creditor of Charles Read (Charles Reed – Charles Red) – a planter - in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 13 page 2]

 

(1710-NVAMD-022.000) On 03 April, 1714 at St. Mary’s co., MD Cornelius Manley was listed as a creditor to Benjamin Bucklar (Benjamin Buckler) in inventory of same.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 13 page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-023.000) At Prince George’s co., MD Jonathan Lewis m. Mary ? Lewis (Mary Lewis) has issue:

            Thomas Lewis

b. 11 September, 1706

            William Lewis

b. 13 October, 1708

            Jonathan Lewis

b. 29 August, 1711 [poss. died later]

            John Lewis

b. 30 November, 1713

            Jonathan Lewis (twin)

b. 07 October, 1718

            David Lewis (twin)

b. 07 October, 1718

            Mary Lewis

b. 28 September, 1720

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 16 page 2]

 

(1710-NVAMD-024.000) On 20 August, 1711 at Prince George’s co., MD John Lewis, planter of Prince George’s co., MD, transfers 50 acres of land in Prince George’s co., MD previously in Charles co., MD which was inherited by him from his father Thomas Lewis, to Thomas Stonestreet. Tract called Buttersy (Buttersey). Land was bounded by Thomas Lewis, Junior. Keywords are: William Lyles, Richard Dalton

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 20 page 3]

 

(1710-NVAMD-025.000) On 27 September, 1711 at Prince George’s co., MD Henry Cox, gentleman, of Calvert co., MD transfers 113 acres of land called “Good Luck” lying in Calvert co., MD now lying in Prince George’s co., MD and lying on the north side of the Patuxent River.  This tract originally consisted of 200 acres formerly owned by Thomas Houser deceased which descended to Elizabeth Lewis and Mary Soaper (m. John Soaper), the joint heirs of Thomas Houser. Land bounded by Henry Cox by tract called “Little Land” and another Henry Cox tract called “Battson’s Vineyard”. Witnesses were: John Leach and James Heigh, both Justices of Calvert co., MD. Sarah Cox was named as the wife of Henry Cox.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 20 page 4]

 

(1710-NVAMD-026.000) On 04 February, 1711 at Prince George’s co., MD Elizabeth Lewis, a widow of Prince George’s co., MD, transfers moiety of land to her son John Lewis; land described as on the North Branch of the Patuxent River previously a part of Calvert co., MD and called Batterson’s Vineyard. Witnessed by Edward Willett, Tabitha Willett (illiterate).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 20 page 5]

 

(1710-NVAMD-027.000) On or about 04 February, 1711 at Prince George’s co., MD Elizabeth Lewis, a widow of Prince George’s co., MD, issues a deed of gift to her stated children:

            Thomas Lewis

            John Lewis

            Stephen Lewis

            Sarah Lewis

            Priscilla Lewis

            Samuel Lewis

And to her grandson John Davis, child of her daughter Jane Lewis. Witnesses were: Edward Willett, Tabitha Willett.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 20 page 5]

 

(1710-NVAMD-028.000) On 10 October, 1711 at Prince George’s co., MD Paul Rawlings (Paul Rawlins) was described as being a planter of Prince George’s co., MD and married to Catharine (prob. Johnson) Rawlings (Catharine Rawlins – Catherine Rawlins – Catharine Rawlings) and was probably d/o Bernard Johnson. It further implies that Paul Rawlins was residing upon or using land inherited by his wife in as many as two tracts of land; 150 acres called “Dove’s Nest” on the west side of the Patuxent River at the head of Swantson’s Creek (Swanson’s Creek) and laid out for Nathaniel Truman, the other being 200 acres called “Dove’s Peirch” (Dove’s Perch); the total of 350 acres divided into an equal fourth share for Paul Rawlings and his wife Catherine. This land was at or near the Piscataway, Spring Branch and Bridge Branch. This land probably in that portion of Prince George’s co., MD that was previously in Calvert co., MD.

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 20 page 6]

 

(1710-NVAMD-029.000) The following inventories and administrations were performed:

            John Lewis, estate inventory of 16 June, 1711

            John Lewis, estate inventory of 02 September, 1748 by Winifred Lewis

            John Lewis, account by Winifred Lewis, prob. Same date as above

            John Lewis, account by Elizabeth Pearson on 07 March, 1714

John Lewis, account by Francis Persin (Francis Person – Francis Pearson) on 06 December, 1713

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 23 page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1710-EMDVA-001.000) John Manly (John Manley) witnesses the probating of the will of William Dare, Sr. of Cecil co., MD on 13 Aug, 1719. Decedent was owed debts from Robert Smith, has son William Dare, grand-daughter Margaret Larramore and daughter Mary Thompson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D17H page 1]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1720-1729

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1720-EVANC-001.000) On 14 October, 1729 James Many (James Manley), John Hooks and John Pervis witness the probating of the will of Joseph Ballard (illiterate) profession: planter. Executor was son Joseph Ballard (presumably junior).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D92H page 2]

 

(1720-EVANC-002.000) John Blount was described as secretary of secretary's office on 06 April, 1722 of Chowan Precinct Bertie co., NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 4]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1720-NVAMD-001.000) Patented Certificate 445 was issued on 07 April,  1722 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, James; Carrollburgh; 1981 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1720-NVAMD-002.000) Patented Certificate 467 was issued on 20 May,  1723 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Hill, Clement; Chance; 428 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1720-NVAMD-003.000) On [10 April 1721, 15 August 1721] at St. Mary's co., MD Cornelius Manning of Hatton m1 Mary Wiseman Manning (Mary Manning - Mary Manley - Mary Wiseman Manley) and m2 Elizabeth ? expired testate with issue:

            Cornelius Manning

            Mary Manning m. John Miles (John Mills)

            Ann Manning

Survived by widow Elizabeth. With keywords: Porkhall Neck, Riggs, Cornelius Swampt (Cornelius Swamp), George Parker, Manning's Hold (Mannings Hold - Manley's Hold - Manleys Hold), Smith's Neck (Smiths Neck), Calvert's Creek (Calverts Creek), Dr. Johnson, Henry Nowell (Henry Nowel), Hatton, Edward Morgan, William Morgan, Rudolph Man (Rudolph Manning - Rudolph Manley - Rhodolph Manley), Mary Johnson, John Mills, George Thurold, The Rigg. References daugther Ann's grandmother as Shirly, sister Mills and John Manning (John Manley) son of John Manning (John Manley) deceased.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M109E page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-004.000) In 1721 Cornelius Maning of St. Mary's co., MD owned 17 slaves and 6 acres of land.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T1H page 1]

 

(1720-NVAMD-005.000) Thomas Manley of St. Mary's co., MD was LKA on [1727 - 1772]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1720-NVAMD-006.000) On 29 August, 1728 a Peter Manly witnesses the probating of the will of John Jefferys (John Jeffreys) in Queen Anne's co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D11H page 1]

 

(1720-NVAMD-007.000) In November 1728 Anne Ray b. on [November 1721, November 1722] was an orphan in Prince George's co., MD and was bound to Stephen Hampton until she reaches age.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1002H page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-008.000)  John Rawlings in 1722 appeared in a Baltimore co., MD Inventory record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1720-NVAMD-009.000)  On 1723 John Rawlings appeared in a Baltimore co., MD Inventory record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1720-NVAMD-010.000) A court case (number B26 General Court of Virginia) to resolve the estate of John Hallowes (previously of Rachedale co., Palatine of Lancaster, England) was recorded in 1722 as Hallows And Manly. Here, John Manly (John Manley) was indicated as the father of William Manly, and as having married Restituta Whetstone

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1000H page 2 and D234H page 5]

 

(1720-NVAMD-011.000) Sarah Harrison Triplett (d/o William Harrison and Sarah Hawley) of in or around Prince William co., VA m1 John Triplett and m2. John Manly (John Manley wm I) on [1720, 1740]. Her sister Sybil Harrison married Hugh West. This makes all issue of Sybil Harrison West and Hugh West first cousins of the issue of Sarah Harrison Triplett-Manley and John Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M8H page 1]

 

(1720-NVAMD-012.000) On [27 November 1713, 27 November 1723] pimR at Westmoreland co., VA John Sturman (s/o Elizabeth ? Hallowes-Sturman and John Sturman) who m1. Dorcas Norrie Sturman m2. Elizabeth Spence Sturman (d/o Patrick Spence, Sr. and Dorcas Spence) m3. Anna ? Sturman expired testate with issue:

            Thomas Sturman

            Neale Sturman

            Dorcas Sturman Sanford

            William Sturman

            John Sturman

m1 Elizabeth ? Sturman

m2 Daniel McCarty

            Jemima Sturman Stone

And was survived by widow Anna ? Sturman. Keywords are: Major Ashton,

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M116H page 8 through page 12]

 

(1720-NVAMD-013.000) On 1729 at or near Westmoreland co., VA Penelope Higgins granted something by Patrick Spence and Thomas Spence on the basis of payment made by Penelope Higgins' deceased father Augustine Higgins.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M118H pages 6 and 7]

 

(1720-NVAMD-014.000) On [29 March 1724, 09 June 1724] at presumably Westmoreland co., VA Captain Daniel McCarty (Daniel McCarthy) (s/o Daniel McCarty) of Cople Parish, Westmoreland co., VA expired testate with least issue:

            Daniel McCarty (Daniel McCarthy) who was "cousin" of Humphrey Pope

And was survived by widow Penelope Higgins.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M120H page 2 and page 6]

 

(1720-NVAMD-015.000) On 11 September, 1723 at Stafford co., VA an indenture was made between John (m. Catherine Lewis) and Catherine Lewis of Overwharton Parish (Overwarten Parish), Stafford co., VA, a planter and George Mason, gentleman of same for the transference of land rights; land granted originally to Thomas Sandiford (previously m. to Catherine Lewis same) 12 February, 1703 being at the northernmost branch of Little Hunting Creek bordered by Nicholas Brent and Thomas Longman. Keywords are Richard Hubbard. Thomas Sandiford expired testate.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 18 page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-016.000) On 11 July, 1726 at Stafford co., VA an indenture was made between Richard Brooks, planter, of Stafford co., VA and John Tayloe (John Taylor) gentleman, of Richmond co., VA as legal agent for John King, Lyonel Loyd (Lionel Lloyd), John Lewis, Jeremy Innis (Jeremy Ennis), and Thomas Longman. The Bristol Iron Works in VA were mentioned. This was for a transaction of 100 acres of land on the Potomac in Stafford co., VA. It was described as a tract taken from a 320 acre tract originally belonging to Richard Brooks which he inherited from his father Thomas Brooks (deceased). It was described as lying adjacent to the Potomac, land of “Waugh”, and the land of Colo. Carter (Colonel Carter). Iron Mine Stone was recorded as being on that tract. Keywords are: Richard Evins (Richard Evans), Andrew Bruce (illiterate), John Champe, junior (John Champ, junior).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 18 page 3]

 

(1720-NVAMD-017.000) On 10 February, 1722 at Prince George’s co., MD John Lewis of VA transfers 113 acres land called Batterson’s Vineyard (Battersons Vineyard), originally laid out for John Soper, to Elizabeth Watters (Elizabeth Waters) of Anne Arundel co., MD. Keywords are: David Weems, Joseph Stall, and William Lock.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 19 page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-018.000) On or slightly before 13 February, 1724 at Prince George’s co., MD Jonathan Lewis expired intestate. On 29 June, 1726 Joseph Belt was his estate administrator.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 23 page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-019.000) At Stafford co., VA the following names appear as landowners in said county:

John Lewis 1723 Potomac, Broad Run northern end of Sugarlands

John Lewis 1724 Potomac, Broad Run Horsepen River, Stallion Bridge

John Lewis 1727 Difficult Run and Sugarland Path

John Lewis 1725 Difficult Run

John Lewis 1727 – 1730 Great Hunting Creek at the Rock Hole

John Lewis 1729 - 1730 Dogue Run (Dog Run)

John Lewis 1730 Difficult Run

John Lewis 1731 Great Hunting Creek

Stephen Lewis 1727 - 1728 Difficult Run (Wolf Trap Run)

Stephen Lewis 1730 Difficult Run (Wolf Trap Run)

Thomas Lewis 1727 - 1730 Difficult Run

Thomas Lewis 1729 - 1730 Potomac River and Difficult Run

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 33 page 2]

 

(1720-NVAMD-020.000) On [09 January 1724, 01 December 1726] at Prince George’s co., MD Jonathan Simmons expired testate with least issue:

            Jonathan Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

                        exp. intestate on [09 January 1724, 04 January 1763] pieR

                        m. poss. Elizabeth Swearingen Simmons

on 20 June, 1734

at Prince George’s co., MD

                        issue:

                                    poss. Elizabeth Simmons Manley

                                                m. poss. John Manley III

            prob. Joseph Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Elizabeth Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Mary Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Ann Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Richard Simmons b. before 01 July 1727 (Hearsay abt. 1711)

            Rebecca Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Amy Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Sarah Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

            Margery Simmons b. before 01 July 1727

And was survived by widow Elizabeth (poss. Isaac or Isaacs) Simmons (Elizabeth Simmons - Elizabeth Isaac Simmons - Elizabeth Isaacs Simmons). Witnessed by: Joseph Brown, Richard Lodes, Walter Dallas

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H2E page 1]

 

(1720-NVAMD-021.000) On before 26 April, 1721 at Westmoreland co., VA Thomas Barnes (Thomas Barns) m. Ann Higgins, a widow. Ann Higgins was the adminstratrix of the estate of Augustine Higgins.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M131H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1720-EMDVA-001.000) John Manly (John Manley) witnesses the probating of the will of John Hathcote in Cecil co., MD on 06 April, 1723. Decedent owned land tract of 500 acres called Hathcot's Cottage in the fork of gunpowder.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D16H]

 

(1720-EMDVA-002.000) John Manley witnesses the conveyance of property from John Morgan of Penkader Hundred (yeoman to Hugh Maurice) to Hugh Maurice of Penkader Hundred (yeoman) as 266 acres of land on 04 January, 1725 at New Castle co., DE. Keywords are: Welch tract, William Davis, William David, Red Lyon Creek (Red Lion Creek), Simon James (Symon James), Dragon swam[ (Dragon Swamp), Henry Van Bevar, William Jefferies (William Jefferies), Evan David, Watim Morgan. Jonathan Manley nor John Manley appear in the DE 1790 USC (reconstructed).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L10H pages 2 and 3 and temp 16 page 2 and page 3 and temp 107 page 2]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1730-1739

 

(1730-unk-001.000) On 15 June, 1715 at poss. NJ Rachel Stout (poss. Rachel Merill Stout) was born.

[source: LMGA Exhibit M119H page 2]

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1730-SWCAR-001.000) On [1732, 1775] and [1777, 1780] the following names were mentioned in SC newspapers, along with the number of times they appeared:

Manley (34)

Manly (5)

Rawling (1)

Rawlings (8)

Rawlins (106)

Ray (53)

Wray (12)

Wrays (1)

Oliphant (250)

Olephant (1)

[source: LMGA Exhibit N2E]

 

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1730-EVANC-001.000) In March, 1735 at Bertie Precinct, NC Robert West, Cullen Pollock, George Henderson and John Colden were the executors of the estate of David Henderson. Witnesses: Thomas Davis (illiterate), Simon Dart (illiterate), James Keeter, Elizabeth Dart (illiterate).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D92H page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-002.000) In November, 1735 at Edgecombe Precinct, NC Benjamin Rawlins (Benjamin Rawlings - Benjamin Rollins) (literate), Andrew Johnson (illiterate) and Francis Johnson (illiterate) witness the probating of the will of Edward Simmons (illiterate). Widow of Edward Simmons was Mary ? Simmons.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D92H page 5]

 

(1730-EVANC-003.000) On [07 March 1733, 31 October 1735] at Corotuck Precinct, NC Richard Ilands (illiterate) who m. Elizabeth Ilands (probably Elizabeth Rawlings-Ilands) expired testate with least issue:

            Richard Ilands or Richard Rawlings or Richard Waye

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            George Ilands or George Rawlings or George Waye

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Sarah Ilands 

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Jane Waye 

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

            Elizabeth Rawlings

                        b.

                        m.

                        d.

And was survived by widow Elizabeth Ilands same; also the executor. Witnessed by Francis Morse, John Rose, and Moses Ficher (illiterate). Description of lands owned Richard Ilands same in Princes Anne co., VA (Prices Ann county and Princies Ann County in Viriginia). Keywords are: Degpers land, cows sows.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D92H page 4]

 

(1730-EVANC-004.000) On 27 November, 1736 at Bertie Precinct, NC Elizabeth Jones (illiterate), John Ray, George Strachan (illiterate) and Samuel Cook witness the probating of the estate of George Henderson. Executors are: Hugh Scott, a merchant in Boston in New England and Andrew Moore.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D92H page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-005.000) On 29 September, 1737 the effects of Colonel James Millikin (presumably deceased) were sold to: Benjamin Rawlins (Benjamin Rawlings - Benjamin Rollins) and Benjamin Rawlins (Benjamin Rawlings - Benjamin Rollins); two entries for same.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D89H page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-006.000) On 20 July, 1736 a John Manly (John Manley) was referenced in a letter from London, England. But his location was unclear, possibly London.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 12]

 

(1730-EVANC-007.000) The following names were indexed to Edgecombe co., NC on [1730, 1820]

            Benjamin Rawlins

            Thomas Ray

            Martha Rollins

            Christian Rollins

            Amos Rollins

            Faith Rollins

            Matthew Rollins

            Robert Rollins

            Thomas Rollins

            Andrew Rollins

            Ann Rollins

            Charity Rollins

            Daniel Rollins

            Elizabeth Rollins

            Esther Rollins

            Jason Rollins

            Joseph Rollins

            Kallum Rollins

            Mary Rollins

            Mrs. Rollins

            Sarah Rollins

            William Rollins

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D48H pages 2, 3 and 4]

 

(1730-EVANC-008.000) Mr. Maney's Chapel (Mr. Manley's Chapel) exists in or near Edenton, NC on 07 July, 1739.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D48H page 2]

 

(1730-EVANC-009.000) In 1736 and 1737 St. Paul's Parish, Edenton, NC recorded financial dealings with Mr. Maney (Mr. Manley) and Mr. Thomas Blount.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D48H pages 6, 7, and 8]

 

(1730-EVANC-010.000) On 01 September, 1733 in Bertie co., NC James Manney (James Manley) possesses land described as in a valley nigh the head of Great Branch on the land whereon David Jarnegan now lives called Indian Town Land on Chowan River adjacent to Richard Holland. Witnessed by Sarah Drewry (Sarah Drury) and Fruzan Lewis (female - illiterate). John Wynns was listed as D.C/C.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 2]

 

(1730-EVANC-011.000) In Bertie co., NC James Maney (James Manley), T. Barker and Robert Forster witness the conveyance of land from Thomas Coulding of Nansemond co., VA to John Stafferd (John Stafford) that was granted to Thomas Jarnigan on 09 March, 1717 on Pasture Branch adjacent to John Beverley, John Homes at Elm Swamp, Old Cow Path to Flatt Branch near Meherrin Creek (Maherin Creek).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-012.000) In Bertie co., NC William Hooks conveyed land to James Manney (James Manley) described as a merchant on 14 April, 1739 being land on NS Indian Creek Swamp on NS Chowan River at Creek Swamp. Land originally granted to John Hooks, Sr. by patent dated 01 April, 1723. Witnesses were James Barnes and Thomas Crew. Signed by John Wynns D.C/C.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 4]

 

(1730-EVANC-013.000) On 04 November, 1739 in Bertie co., NC Johnsand Corbat (Johnsand Corbett - Johnson Corbett) of Isle of Wight co., VA conveyed land to John Tarne of Surry co., VA described as on SS Indian Creek adjacent to Godphrey (Godfrey) witnessed by James Manney (James Manley) and Thomas Tarne. Signed by John Wynns D.C/C.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 5]

 

(1730-EVANC-014.000) On 12 November, 1739 in Bertie co., NC Godfrey Lee (Godfrey Leigh) and wife Sarah convey land to Thomas Tarne described as on WS Chowan River at INdian Creek adjacent Godfrey Lee and Richard Lee (Richard Leigh). Originally granted to Edward Barnes on October, 1726. Witnessed by James Manny (James Manney - James Manley - James Maney) and Henry Gray signed John Wynns D.C/C.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D50H page 5]

 

(1730-EVANC-015.000) On 25 January, 1738 James Maney (James Manley - James Manly) and John Killingsworth (illiterate) witness the conveyance of land from Joseph Ballard, a planter of Chowan Precinct, to Jonathan Mulkey, a planter of Edgecombe Precinct with keywords: Roanoke river, Plumbtree Island, Robert Lang, Goose Pond, William Reeves.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D57H page 2]

 

(1730-EVANC-016.000) Gabarel Mannley (Gabriel Manley) was in Norfolk co., VA in 1735 and 1736.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C13H page 2 and page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-017.000) Gabril Manley (Gabriel Manley) was m. to Dianah Manley (Diana Manley) - maiden unknown - prior to 1735.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C13H page 2 and page 3]

 

(1730-EVANC-018.000) Tithing tables for Norfolk co., VA show the following entries through the 1750's (and continue into the 1780's):

            At Suggs Mill to Deepe Creek (Deep Creek) taken on 10 June, 1730;

                        John Manin (John Manning - John Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Thomas Manin (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        John Southerland (John Southerlan);

1 dependent and no land record

            At Westron Branch (Western Branch precinct ) taken on 10 June, 1730;

                        Mary Manin (Mary Manning - Mary Manley)

and her son Peter Manin (Peter Manning - Peter Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Sollomon Maning

(Solomon Manning - Sollomon Manning - Solomon Manley - Sollomon Manley);

1 dependents and no land record          

            At Westron Branch (Western Branch precinct ) taken on 10 June, 1731;

                        Solomon Maning (Solomon Manning -  Solomon Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Mary Maning (Mary Manning - Mary Manley)

and her son Peter Maning (Peter Manning - Peter Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

            At Westron Branch (Western Branch precinct ) taken on 10 June, 1732;

                        John Manin (John Manning - John Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Peater Maning (Peter Manning - Peter Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

            At West side of Southern Branch taken on 20 September, 1733;

                        John Southerland (John Southerlan)

and his brother David Southerland (David Southerlan);

2 dependents and no land record

                        John Maning (John Manning -  John Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

                        Mary Maning (Mary Manning - Mary Manley)

and her sons Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley)

and David Manning (David Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

            At Above Bridge taken on 10 June, 1734;

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

            At Above Bridge taken on 10 June, 1735;

                        Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record            

At from Deep Creeke (Deep Creek) to the Bridge and Above Bridge to Northwest Landing taken on 10 June, 1736;

                        Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record            

                        David Manning (David Manley);

1 dependent and no land record            

            At Western Branch Precinct taken on 10 June, 1736;

                        John Maning (John Manning - John Manley)

and Charles Maning (Charles Manning - Charles Manley);

2 dependents and no land record                      

                        Thomas Taylor

and Elisha Maning (Elisha Manning - Elisha Manley);

2 dependent and no land record            

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent and no land record            

This abstraction from an indexing source was exhaustive only for the given names Thomas and Jonathan of the Manning extended family. There were many others.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C22H pages 1 through 23]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1730-NVAMD-001.000) Patented Certificate 389 was issued on 10 October,  1732 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Dr. Charles; Brewood; 200 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-002.000) Patented Certificate 446 was issued on 08 August,  1735 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Charles, Mary Carroll and Elinor Carroll; Carrolls Delight; 5000 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-003.000) Patented Certificate 1068 was issued on 27 November,  1738 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Gibons, George; Hickory Ford; 65 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-004.000) Unpatented Certificate 339 was issued on 09 May, 1735 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Solomons Purchase, Clement Hills, 200 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-005.000) Patented Certificate 444 was issued on 08 August,  1735 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Charles, Mary Carroll and Elinor Carroll; Carrollsburgh; 5000 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-006.000) Before 15 August, 1737 at St. Mary's co., MD Robert Wiseman (s/o John Wiseman and Catherine Miles) m. Elizabeth Heard (Elizabeth Wiseman - Elizabeth Heard Wiseman) expired intestate with issue:

            John Wisman (John Wiseman)

            Edward Wiseman

            Richard Wiseman

            Mary Wiseman m. Joseph Leigh (Joseph Lee)

            Ann Wiseman m. ? van Rishwick

            Elizabeth Wiseman m. David Downie (David Downy)

            William Wiseman prob. expired sine prole

With keywords: Abraham Barnes, Richard Hopewell, Mark Heard, Francis Hopewell,

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M109E page 3 and 4]

 

(1730-NVAMD-007.000) In March 1739 James Ray b. on 01 October, 1725 was an orphan in Prince George's co., MD and was  bound to Samuel Busey until he reaches the age of 21.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C1002H page 2]

 

(1730-NVAMD-008.000)  Patented Certificate 515 appeared on 13 June 1734, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Poplar Point, William Jones, 101 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-009.000)  Patented Certificate 536 appeared on 30 September 1737, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Revells Backside, Robert Ford and John Cole, 222 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1730-NVAMD-010.000) John Manley II expired intestate on [1707, 22 November 1734] pieR at Prince William County, VA (present-day Fairfax co., VA) with least issue:

            John Manley III

born on [1702, 22 November 1734] pimR

pfp on [1717, 25 June 1751]

and was survived by widow nomen nescio. Administrator for his inventory was Richard Osborn, Gentleman (suggestive of possibility that wife was deceased/at large and issue were minors). Witnessed by Thomas Lewis, John Minor, and John Sturtman (John Sturman). Region of residence in Prince William co. was likely that region of Prince William co., VA later annexed as Fairfax co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7 and Exhibit D27H pages 2 and 3 and Exhibit D210H pages 1 and 2 and D233H page 2]

 

(1730-NVAMD-011.000) In 1742 Fairfax co., VA becomes newly formed co. which generally covers the modern-day Washington, D.C. metropolitan area west of the Potomac.

[source:  putative fact]

 

(1730-NVAMD-012.000) George Manley was clergy (Reverend George Manley) and LKA on [12 May 1707, 02 May 1738] in VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C14H page 2]

 

(1730-NVAMD-013.000) On 27 November, 1739 at Prince William co., VA Richard Osborn, William Payne and John Manley appraise the estate of Ellioner Sanders (Eleanor Sanders).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D220H page 3]

 

(1730-NVAMD-014.000) On 1735 at Prince William co., VA John Peek (John Peak, John Pike), Thomas Harrison, Jr., Lewis Elzey were all present.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D220H page 3]

 

(1730-NVAMD-015.000) On 26 March, 1732 at Westmoreland co., VA Penelope Higgins (Penelope Higgins McCarty - Penelope Higgins McCarthy - Penelope McCarty - Penelope McCarthy) b. on (26 March 1712, 26 March 1713] who m. Daniel McCarty (Daniel McCarthy) (s/o Daniel McCarty) and who was (d/o Christine ? Higgins - Christine Higgins) expired with issue:

            nomen nescio poss. Daniel McCarty (Daniel McCarthy)

who was "cousin" of Humphrey Pope

And was interred at Yeocomico Church. Brother of Daniel McCarty (s/o Captain Daniel McCarty and Elizabeth ? McCarty) m. Sarah Ball on 22 September, 1724. Sarah Ball was the daughter of Colonel William Ball who in turn was the son of William Ball I. William Ball I had a son named Joseph Ball who in turn had a daughter Mary Ball who was the mother of George Washington.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M120H page 1 through page 6]

 

(1730-NVAMD-016.000) On [07 December 1731, 16 November 1733] Simon Pearson m1. ? m2. Hannah Ball Pearson (Hannah Pearson) (d/o Joseph Ball) expired testate with m1 issue:

            Constantina Pearson

exp. on [18 September 1774, 21 February 1791]

            Susanna Pearson

b. on 29 December, 1717

exp. on 06 October, 1788

m. John Alexander

            Thomas Pearson

exp. on [04 December 1743, 18 May 1744]

issue: Margaret Pearson, x.

            Margaret Pearson

b. on 05 March, 1720

m1. 27 January, 1735 William Henry Terrett (William Terrett)

m2. John West exp. on [02 December 1796, 10 January 1798]

And was survived by widow Hannah Ball Pearson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M122H page 6 and page 7]

 

(1730-NVAMD-017.000) On 20 November, 1734 at Prince William co., VA (possibly current-day Fairfax co., VA) Samuel Lewis of Prince George’s co., MD transfers 260 acres on “Difficult Run” (Difficult Run Creek) to Thomas Lewis (a planter) of Prince William co., VA, a tract of land originally transferred to John Lewis on 09 February, 1725. This land was apparently involved in leasing. Witnessed by “Cav. Dulany” (Cavan Dulaney – Cavan Delany – Cavan Delany - Calvin Dulaney – Calvin Delany), Jon. Manley (Jonathan Manley) and John Minor. This event correlates with the inventory of John Manley’s estate on or about 22 November, 1734 inasmuch as Jon. Manley appears to have been the son of John Manley who died on or about 22 November, 1734. He appeared to be the son because he witnesses a transference of land to the same man who witnessed John Manley’s inventory at the same court on the same day. Difficult Run also lies in a region very close, if not coincident upon, the presumed residence of John Manley II. We should grant however that Thomas Lewis was also a vestry member of Truro Parish at the time of the inventory which could alone explain why he witnessed John Manley’s inventory. Further, Thomas Lewis and Samuel Gay had land ties and Samuel Gay summons Ann Manley (Ann Turley – thus explaining the Hugh West cousin relation?) back to Fairfax co., VA from Albemarle co., VA years later. This appeared to be a dispute over land somehow tied to Ann Manley (John Manley’s wife – daughter?). An examination of the primary source on 28 July, 2006 at the Library of Virginia revealed that the Jon. Manley transcription was an error and that the original was written as Jno Manley which means John Manley, not Jonathan Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 01 – Prince William County, VA Deed Book Liber B 1732-1735]

 

(1730-NVAMD-018.000) On 20 June, 1734 at Prince George’s co., MD Jonathan Simmons m. Elizabeth Swearingen.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M130H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1730-EMDVA-001.000) In Cecil co., MD in 1734 John Manley owned 21 slaves and 328 acres land.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T1H page 1]

 

(1730-EMDVA-002.000) *Heir-at-law Henry Manley was present as the will of John Manley was probated on 18 February, 1734 in Cecil co., MD. The decd occupation was listed as "planter". Wife was named as Elizabeth Pennington. Cousin of John Manley was James Bull, brother-in-laws were John and Robert Pennington.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D13H pages 1 and 2]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

 

(1730-NEWJE-001.000) On abt. 07 August, 1734 Duncan Oliphant m. Mary ? Oliphant (Mary Oliphant) expired testate with least issue:

            David Oliphant

b.

m.

d.

            John Oliphant

b.

m.

d.

            Ephraim Oliphant

b.

m.

d.

            James Oliphant (illegible Oliphant)

b.

m.

d.

            Margaret Oliphant

m. Thomas Gordon

            Mary Oliphant

            Ann Oliphant

With keywords: William Allen, Executors: Peter Prant (Peter Prantz, Peter Prane) "loving friend" ?, David Oliphant same, brother-in-law John Garrison.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D109E pages 1 and 2 and Exhibits D110E pages 1 and 2]

 

(1730-NEWJE-002.000) On abt. 01 December 1736 prior Jonathan Higgins (in life AKA Richard Higgins) b. 18 November, 1682 expired. His widow's name was Phoebe Higgins and decedent was issue of Zerah Higgins who was issue of Richard Higgins and Mary Yates:

            Jonathan Higgins

            Benjamin Higgins

            Mary Higgins

            Eliakim Higgins

            Jediah Higgins

m. Mary Newbold (Mary Newbold Higgins - Mary Higgins) (s/o Michael Newbold)

                        issue:

Mary Higgins

m. Freegift Stout

Thomas Higgins,  

b. 1690 LKA 23 April, 1715

nomen nescio

nomen nescio, ?.

                                    Possible male sibling (John Higgins) issued of Penelope Higgins

m. William Manley.

            Zerah Higgins

m.

issue: Jonathan Higgins same

b. 18 November, 1682

exp. abt. 01 December, 1736.

            Thomas Higgins

            Lydia Higgins

            Rebecca Higgins - Rebeckah Higgins

            Ruth Higgins

            Sarah Higgins

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M111H page 5 and Exhibit M121H page 2]

 

(1730-NEWJE-003.000) The following "Stout" marriages occured at NJ:

            On 02 November, 1730 John Stout of Hunterdon co. m. Katherine Stout (Catherine Stout) of Hunterdon Cty

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M113H page 4 through page 7]

 

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1740-1749

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 - SWCAR - Southwestern Carolinas

Region 3 - EVANC - Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1740-EVANC-001.000) On 11 October, 1749 the Council at New Bern, NC considers petition for a land grant from John Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 10]

 

(1740-EVANC-002.000) On [01 November 1747, 30 November 1747] in Northampton co., NC John Rawlings expired testate with least issue:

            Lucy Rawlings b. []

            Susannah Rawlings b. []

And was survived by wife Hannah Rawlings, executrix. Witnesses were Art. Harris, George Jordan (George Youell), William Rawlings, George Jordan, Sr. (George Youell, Sr.)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D65H page 3]

 

(1740-EVANC-003.000) On 28 July, 1741 in Northampton co., NC John Minsie (John Mincie) of Chowan co., NC conveyed land to Edward Barnes of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Indian Creek, Chowan River, John Hooks, Robert Braswell, Meadow Branch, John Mincie, Bryan McClam (Bryan McCulling). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) and Robert Shannan (Robert Shannon). Land was on VA state line.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 3]

 

(1740-EVANC-004.000) On 13 January, 1741 in Northampton co., NC Jonathan Sanderson, a planter of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney, James Manley), a merchant of Northampton co., NC, with keywords: Chowan River, Buckhorn Swamp, Meadow Branch, Robert Braswell. Witnesses were Robert Sharman (Robert Sherman) and Edward Barnes (illiterate).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 4]

 

(1740-EVANC-005.000) On 13 February, 1741 in Northampton co., NC Jonathan Sanderson of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney, James Manley), a merchant of Northampton co., NC, with keywords: Buckhorn Woods, Maherrin River, Edward Barnes, John Gardner (John Garling), Robert Braswell, Buckhorn Swamp. Witnesses were Barrett Montgomery and Edward Barnes (illiterate).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 4]

 

(1740-EVANC-006.000) On 06 February, 1741 in Northampton co., NC James Colding and Foruzan Morriss (Foruzan Morris) of Northampton co., NC convey land to Joseph Barnes, planter of Northampton co., NC with keywords: James Maney (James Manley - James Manney), Miry Marsh Branch (Mirey Marsh Branch), John Gardner (John Garling), John Daveson (John Davison). Witnesses were Robert Shannon and John H. Hobbs (John Hobbs).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 2]

 

(1740-EVANC-007.000) On 31 July 1747 in Bertie co., NC John Hull and Anna Hull convey land to James Coupland (Copeland) with keywords: Chowan River, ?ly Richard, James McDowalls (James McDowell), Grays, Doctor Cathcart, Boons patent, James Boon, George Martin, Stephen Howard (Steven Howard), Sarah Howard, Joseph Anderson, Ann Anderson. Witnesses were Luke Sumner (Luke Summer - Luke Summers), L? Reddick (L? Redditt), James Maney (James Manley - James Manly).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D60H page 2]

 

(1740-EVANC-008.000) On 03 January, 1740 in Bertie co., NC John Butler conveyed land to James Manney (James Maney - James Manley) with keywords: Indian Creek, Richard Holland, David Jonijend (David Jernigan), Godfrey Lee's Great Branch, Godfrey Lee. Witnesses were David Jonijend (David Jernigan) jurat and Abraham Page. If additional certification for witnessing was created for jurat status, then that certificate should be located.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D61H page 2]

 

(1740-EVANC-009.000) On 29 January, 1742 in Northampton co., NC John Robins (John Robbins) of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney, James Manley) with keywords: Chowan River, Richard Holland, Gum Pond, River Pocosin (Pocosan River - Pocosin River). Witnesses were John Page, William Wiggins and James Washington.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 6]

 

(1740-EVANC-010.000) On 25 May, 1743 in Northampton co., NC William Barnes of Edgecombe co., NC, conveyed land to James Many (James Maney, James Manney, James Manley), a merchant of the Province of NC, with keywords: Buckhorn Swamp, Indian Creek, Edward Barnes. Witnesses were Barret Montgomery (Barrett Montgomery) and John Garling (John Gardner).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 7]

 

(1740-EVANC-011.000) On 29 October, 1743 in Northampton co., NC John Wiggins, a planter of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to Elisha Durden of the Nancemond co., VA (Nansemond co., VA), with keywords: Chowan River, Buckhorn Swamp, Robert Braswell (Robert Braswel), John Hooks. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley - James Manly), Joseph Bullard (Joseph Ballard) and James Wilkins. Land was on county line.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 8]

 

(1740-EVANC-012.000) On 26 March, 1744 in Northampton co., NC David Jornagan (David Jernigan) of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) of the Northampton co., VA, with keywords: Chowan River, Nancemond Town (Nansemond Town), Indian Creek, River Pocosin (Pocosin River, Pocosan River), Richard Holland. Witnesses were James Washington, Thomas Merreth and Barrett Montgomery.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 9]

 

(1740-EVANC-013.000) On 20 December, 1743 in Northampton co., NC John Barnes, a planter of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to Lydia Barnes of the Northampton co., VA, with keywords: Maherin River (Meherrin River), William Witly (William Whitly - William Whitley), John Wiggens (John Wiggins), Matthew Williams, John Hooks, Robert Braswel (Robert Braswell). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manly - James Manley), Abraham Page, David Jornagan.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 9]

 

(1740-EVANC-014.000) On 15 March, 1744 in Northampton co., NC John Robens (John Robins - John Robbins), a planter of Edgecombe co., NC, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manley - James Manney), a merchant of the Northampton co., VA, with keywords: John Davison (John Daveson), John Hobbs. Witnesses were Arthur Williams, John Bynum, Elias Ballard (Elias Bullard).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 9]

 

(1740-EVANC-015.000) On 28 November, 1744 at Northampton co., NC Joseph Strickland, Jr. of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to George Sellers of the Northampton co., VA with keywords: Maherin River (Meherrin River), Coreroy Swamp, Miry Branch (Mirey Branch), Thomas Boon. Witnesses were Robert Rawlins (Robert Rawlings - Robert Rollins - Robert Rollens) and Thomas Crew.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 10]

 

(1740-EVANC-016.000) On 16 November, 1744 at Northampton co., NC John Hobbs of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) of  Northampton co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 10]

 

(1740-EVANC-017.000) In 1745 at Northampton co., NC John Dew (John Dewe) of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to Edward Gatling of the Northampton co., VA with keywords: Deep Run, Richard Braswell. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), William Hughes Jr., and John Pope.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 11]

 

(1740-EVANC-018.000) On 14 February, 1745 at Northampton co., NC Peter Garling (Peter Gardner) of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to David Williams of the Nansemond co., VA with keywords: Buckhorn Swamp,  John Dew (John Dewe), William Whitley (William Whitly), Peter Garling (Peter Gardner). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), Thomas Backsley (Thomas Baxley - Thomas Baxly) and Williaim Whitley (William Whitly). Land on VA-NC state line. Clerk of Court was Robert Forster.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 12]

 

(1740-EVANC-019.000) On 24 February, 1746 at Northampton co., NC Jacob Little of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to River of Jordan (a company?) of the Northampton co., VA with keywords: Cypress Swamp, John Gregory, Charles Gregory, Gabriel Parker. Witnesses were John Rawlings and William Rawlings.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 13]

 

(1740-EVANC-020.000) On 01 January, 1746 at Northampton co., NC Thomas Davis Sr., of Isle of Wight co., VA conveyed land to Jones Shavers of the Northampton co., VA with keywords: Horse Pasture Creek, Beal Brown. Witnesses were James Many (James Maney - James Manney - James Manley), Johnn Brittle and Robert Warren. John Hooker was the Clerk of the Court.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 14]

 

(1740-EVANC-021.000) On 22 January, 1747 at Northampton co., NC Edward Barnes, a planter, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) with keywords: John Cone, Horse Pasture Branch, Edward Barnes. Witnesses were Thomas Uzzell (Thomas Uzell), Joseph Barnes and Henry Gay.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 15]

 

(1740-EVANC-022.000) On 06 February, 1747 at Northampton co., NC Peter Garland (Peter Garling - Peter Gardner) of Northampton co., VA conveyed land to ? with keywords: Wiliam Battle, John Maney (John Manley - John Manney), Elisha Durden, Robert Braswell,  Samuel Garland (Samuel Garling - Samuel Gardner). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), William Richardon, William Hodgpeth (William Hodgepeth - William EdgPeth - William EdgePeth). Samuel Garland was indicated as father of Peter Garland and son of Peter Garland.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H pages 15 and 16]

 

(1740-EVANC-023.000) On 30 December, 1747 at Northampton co., NC Thomas Uzzell of Northampton co., VA conveyed land to Thomas Grantham of Surry co., VA with keywords: Maherrin River (Maherin River - Meherin River), Charles Stevens (Charles Stephens), William Auston, The Great Gutt. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), William Richardon, William Edgpeth (William Hodgepeth - William EdgePeth). Samuel Garland was indicated as father of Peter Garland and son of Peter Garland.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 16]

 

(1740-EVANC-024.000) On 30 December, 1747 at Northampton co., NC Thomas Uzzell of Northampton co., VA conveyed land to Thomas Grantham of Surry co., VA with keywords: Maherrin River (Maherin River - Meherin River), Alexander Sherard, Haw Branch. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), William Richardon, William Edgpeth (William Hodgepeth - William EdgePeth). Samuel Garland was indicated as father of Peter Garland and son of Peter Garland.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 16]

 

(1740-EVANC-025.000) On 20 August, 1748 at Northampton co., NC Henry Gay, a planter of Northampton co., VA, conveyed land to James Gay of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Chowan River, Buckhorn Swamp, William Gay, John Dew, Abraham Dew, John Chesher. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), Charles King, John Garling (John Gardner - John Garland).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 17]

 

(1740-EVANC-026.000) On 14 January, 1748 at Northampton co., NC John Thorne conveyed land to Thomas Thorne with keywords: Chowan River, Indian Creek Swamp, Godfrey Lee, Edward Barnes, John Hook, Jr. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), Robert Gilliam, Daniel William.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 18]

 

(1740-EVANC-027.000) On 05 September, 1748 at Northampton co., NC John Hobbs, a planter of Northampton co., VA, conveyed land to James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Chowan River, David Jornagan (David Jernigan). Witnesses were James Washington, James Watson, William Richardson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 18]

 

(1740-EVANC-028.000) On 12 December, 1748 at Northampton co., NC Bryant McClam (Bryan McCulling) and Anne McClam (Anne McCulling), a planter of Terrill co., VA, conveyed land to Joshua Williams of Northampton co., NC with keywords: John Hooks, Jr., the Meadow Branch, John Hooks, Sr. Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), John Page, William Richardson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 18]

 

(1740-EVANC-029.000) On 09 May, 1749 at Northampton co., NC Joseph Scott and Sarah Scott conveyed personal property to Samuels daugther Anne Williams, daughter Sarah Lee (Sarah Leigh) and 'son' Samuel Lee (Samuel Leigh). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), Nicholas Maget (Nicholas Maggett), Jane Maget (Jane Maggett).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 19]

 

(1740-EVANC-030.000) On 18 July, 1749 at Northampton co., NC Carr Durden of Nancemond co., VA (Nansemond co., VA) conveyed land to Jethro Durden with keywords: John Hooks, Indian Creek Swamp, Meadow Branch, Robert Braswell, John Minshew, Bryan McClam (Bryan McCulling). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley), Jacob Barnes, Elisha Durden. Land was situated on the NC-VA state lines.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 20]

 

(1740-EVANC-031.000) On 27 March, 1742 at Bertie co., NC Isaac Sanders conveyed property to Gabriel Manley of Bertie co., NC. Witnesses were Francis Brown and Benjamin Wynns.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D59H page 2 and Exhibit D61H page 4]

 

(1740-EVANC-032.000) In 1746 at Bertie co., NC Jos Wynns (Joshua Wynns - Joseph Wynns) conveyed land to Gabriel Manley of Bertie co., NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D59H page 3]

 

(1740-EVANC-033.000) On 23 February, 1747 in Bertie co., NC Joseph Wynns (Joseph Wynns), a yeoman, conveyed land to Gabriel Manley of Bertie co., NC described with keywords: Culmur Sessums. Witnesses were William Brown and Benjamin Wynns.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D60H page 3]

 

(1740-EVANC-034.000) In 1747 at Bertie co., NC William Brown conveyed property to Gabriel Manley of Bertie co., NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D59H page 2]

 

(1740-EVANC-035.000) On [08 May 1744, 14 August 1744) at Bertie co., NC Gabriel Manly (Gabriel Manley) and Rachel Redditt (Rachel Reddick) recorded their marks (probably cattle marks).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D48H page 3 and 4]

 

(1740-EVANC-036.000) On 13 August, 1746 at Bertie co., NC Gabriel Manly (Gabriel Manley) recorded his mark and/or brand.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D48H page 5]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1740-NVAMD-001.000) Patented Certificate 38 was issued on 05 March, 1746 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Charles; Addition to Carrollton; 2700 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-002.000) Patented Certificate 399 was issued on 14 April, 1744 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Diggs, John; Brothers Agreement; 60 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-003.000) Patented Certificate 1105 was issued on 12 March, 1743 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Rawlings, John; Hopsons Choice; 50 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-004.000) Patented Certificate 1345 was issued on 12 March, 1743 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Lost Hatchett, John Rawlins, 50 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-005.000) Patented Certificate 1348 was issued on 07 December, 1744 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Lost Knife, John Rawlins, 150 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-006.000) Patented Certificate 468 was issued on 23 October, 1740 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Ellis, Samuel; Chance; 150 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-007.000) Patented Certificate 1779 was issued on 22 March, 1743 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Rays Venture, Luke Ray, Acres 150

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-008.000) Patented Certificate 1791 was issued on 25 January, 1747 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Remainder, Elizabeth Bordley, Acres 632

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-009.000) On [13 March 1743, 21 April 1743] at St. Mary's co., MD Stephen Gough expired testate with issue:

            Igatius Gough

            Matthew Gough

            Anastasia Gough

And was survived by widow Mary ? Gough with keywords: Goughs Conveniency (Gough's Conveniency) and Goughs Level (Gough's Level). Witnesses: Clement Spink, Susanna Norris, ? Susanna ? ? Norris and William Russell.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-010.000) On [22 December 1739, 15 July 1741] at St. Mary's co., MD John Greenwell m. Catherine Wiseman Greenwell (Catherine Greenwell) (d/o John Wiseman and Catherine Miles) expired testate with issue:

            John Wiseman Greenwell

            John Basil Greenwell

            James Greenwell

            Joshua Greenwell

            John Baptist Greenwell

            Susanna Greenwell

            Anne Lettice Greenwell

With keywords: Pileswood Lane, Last Shift, Rochester, Pilese Woodland, John Manning, James Gough, Newton Neck. Witnesses: (one source Exhibit M109E claims: James Pike and John Manning); source Exhibit D2E claims: Thomas Norris, John Norris, Thomas Norris, Junior.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M109E page 4 and 5 and Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-011.000) A Peter Manley was co-executor with the wife of the decd when the will of John Cracklin was probated in Kent co., MD

on 06 Dec, 1740.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D24H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-012.000) A Titus Manley was a witness when the will of Cornelius Norton was probated in Charles co., MD on 02 December, 1741

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D5H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-013.000) A John Manley and Catherine Wiseman (d/ John Miles and Catherine Miles) (second marriage) were married at St. Mary's co., MD in 1741.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-014.000) *On 1742 John and Catherine Manley act as executor and administrator of a probated estate.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-015.000) *Cornelius Manly (Cornelius Manley) witnesses the probating of the will of William Bold on 03 Nov, 1743 at St. Mary's co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D8H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-016.000) Matthew Manley of St. Mary's co., MD was LKA on [1744 - 1793]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-017.000) On 24 June, 1745 at Shrewsbury Parish, Kent co., MD Sarah Manley m. Thomas Wilks (Thomas Wilkes).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M10H page 4 and Exhibit G3H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-018.000) *In 1740 Manley & wife and Clark & wife at St. Mary's co., MD owned 150 acres of tract called "Hunters Hill" in Hundred Poplar Hill, MD which he leased to tenants (called a rent roll).

*In 1747 Thomas Manley in St. Mary's co., MD owned 123 acres of tract called "Chance Conclusion" in Hundred New Town, MD which was patented meaning that this was land untransfered since it was originally given out in land grants in the mid 1600's which in turn means it was inherited from the original grantee NLT 1660.

*In 1747 Thomas Manley in St. Mary's co., MD owned 123 acres of tract called "Chance Conclusion" in Hundred New Town, MD which he leased to tenants (called a rent roll).

[Note: need to determine original grantee for patented land, and research history of others]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E and S1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-019.000) Charles and Elizabeth Rawlins witness the probating of the will of John Hewett Nutter on 18 June, 1746 at Somerset co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D23H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-020.000) Isaac Rawlings witnesses the probating of the will of Mary Dare on 13 December, 1748 at Calvert co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D18H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-021.000) on 28 January, 1748 at Calvert co., MD Daniel Rawlings expired testate with issue naming his wife as Margaret Rawlings, a brother Isaac Rawlings, a tract of land inherited from his father called "Rawlings Choice" (Rawlings' Choice) on Eltonhead Manor and tracts "Rawlings Purchase" (Rawlings' Purchase) and "Compton"; the latter located on east side of Patuxent river near Point Patience. His issue:

            Daniel Rawlings

            John Rawlings

            Nancy Rawlings

            Rebecca Rawlings

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D19H page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-022.000) On 26 March, 1749 at Prince George's co., MD Paul Rawlings witnesses the probating of the will of John Lawson.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D9H pages 1 and 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-023.000)  On 1744 at Prince George's co., MD Edward Rawlings appeared in a bond record.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-024.000)  On 1742 at St. Mary's co., MD Catherine Manley appeared in an accounts record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-025.000)  John Manley appeared in an accounts record in 1742 at St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-026.000)  Patented Certificate 238 appeared on 17 November 1742, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Freehold, David Hebb, 100 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-027.000)  Patented Certificate 160 appeared on 18 December 1747, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Conclusion With Amendment, Thomas Manley, 123 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1740-NVAMD-028.000) On 1742 Fairfax co., VA becomes newly formed county which generally covers the modern-day Washington, D.C. metropolitan area west of the Potomac.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7]

 

(1740-NVAMD-029.000) John Manley wm II (alternatively John Manley wm I) m. Sarah Harrison Triplett-Manley on [1707, 1744] (using 17 y/o male progeny rule originating William Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7]

 

(1740-NVAMD-030.000) John Manley wm II (alternatively John Manley wm I) buys land on 11 and 14 May, 1744, land referenced as "upper side of Doeg's Creek", granted (by colonial land grant) originally to Nicholas Spencer. Transaction witnessed by John Minor, Daniel French, and George Harrsion.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7]

 

(1740-NVAMD-031.000) John Manley wm II (alternatively John Manley wm I) sold land to Thomas Marshall on 17 Feb, 1745. The land was located at Beaver Dam and Raccoon Branch.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7]

 

(1740-NVAMD-032.000) John Manley wm II (alternatively John Manley wm I) sold 68 acres of land being a portion of a larger tract granted to Nicholas Spencer on 29 August, 1746 to Daniel French, Jr. of Truro Parish, VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H page 7]

 

(1740-NVAMD-033.000) William Manly (William Manley) was listed as a soldier in Captain Lloyd's Company of the First Battalion of Colonel Gooch's Regiment of Foot (AKA Gooch's American Regiment) on [February 1740, January 1742] at ?. Keywords: Neptune.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W11H page 3]

 

(1740-NVAMD-034.000) John Manley (prob. John Manley wm I OR John Manley III) appeared in a military poll; to wit, Major Lawrence Washington's poll at Mr. Hugh West's District, Fairfax co., VA on 13 June, 1748. Other names appearing in District same are: James Turley, William Peake (William Peek - William Pike), John Peake (John Peek - John Pike).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W11H page 4]

 

(1740-NVAMD-035.000) John Manley (prob. John Manley III OR John Manley wm I) appeared in a military poll; to wit, Major Lawrence Washington's poll at Captain Osborne's District, Fairfax co., VA on 13 June, 1748. Other names appearing in District same are: Paul Turley, James Turley, V??? Lewis, John Lewis, Stephen Lewis, Francis Triplet (Francis Triplett), Gerrard Trammell, Nicholas Osborne, John Osborne. John Manley wmIs son John Manley wmII was probably very young when the poll was done. Given that it’s in a different district than his father’s poll shows, this may have been another John Manley - the only other candidate being John Manley II. See also (1740-NVAMD-035.000) and (1740-NVAMD-036.000)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W11H page 5]

 

(1740-NVAMD-036.000) John Manley (prob. John Manley III) was listed as a soldier under the command of Captain James Wilson, Prince George's co., MD on [1748, 1749]. Related names listed under same command are: Paul Rawlings, Junior. If this was John Manley III same, correlation with 1740-NVAMD-035.000 fixes his removal from Fairfax co., VA to Prince George's co., MD on (13 June 1748, December 1749].

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W11H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-037.000) On 07 July, 1749 John Elliott (John Elliot, John Eliot, John Eliott) and Robert Vaulx convey 148 acres of land lying in Washington Parish of Westmoreland co., VA to Anthony Payton (Anthony Peyton); the land part of a legacy descending from John Foxhall (John Foxall – John Foxal) to Susanna Camock to both Robert Vaulx and John Elliott; the latter two being legatees of John Foxhall (John Foxall – John Foxal). This land lay adjacent to land of Anthony Payton (Anthony Peyton), Richard Steel (Richard Steele), Thomas Shaw, Nathaniel Garner and Nicholas Quissentbury.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D212H pages 2 through 4]

 

(1740-NVAMD-038.000) On [11 April 1743, 06 May 1743] at King George co., VA Augustine Washington expired testate with least issue:

            Lawrence Washington

            Augustine Washington  

            George Washington

                        {would later become the first president of the United States}

            Samuel Washington

            John Washington

            Charles Washington

            Betty Washington

And friend Daniel McCarty was mentioned and was survived by wife ?

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D219H page 2 to page 5]

 

(1740-NVAMD-039.000) On 07 May, 1740 at Prince William co., VA Thomas Lewis, John Manley and John Brown witnessed the appraisal of the estate of William Sleming with Richard Osborn as the administrator.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D220H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-040.000) On 26 May, 1740 at Prince William co., VA John Brown and Richard Osborn make bond. John Brown was guardian of Margaret Harrison who was identified as an orphan.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D220H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-041.000) On [1746, 1748] William Harrison (probable s/o Thomas Harrison) m. Sarah Hawley Harrison (Sarah Harrison) expired testate with issue:

            William Harrison

m. Isabella Triplett

exp. 1750

least issue: Susanna, Margaret, Sarah, Mary

            George Harrison

m. Martha Price

exp. 1748 with nephew John West (s/o Hugh West) probably nephew by sister Sybil Harrison

            Sybil Harrison (Sibba Harrison - Silby Harrison)

m. Hugh West exp. 1786

            Sarah Harrison

m1. John Triplett

m2. John Manley wm I

            Mary Harrison

m1. John Brown

m2. John Peake (John Pike - John Peek)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M114H page 5]

 

(1740-NVAMD-042.000) On 10 January 1749 at Lunenburgh co., VA land was referenced as belonging to "Jones" and "Manley". Keywords: Falling River. Possible indication of marriage between these surnames; i.e. land belonging to husband and wife. See (1680-EVANC-002.000).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L11H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-043.000) On 19 July, 1749 an indenture between Francis Kelly (Francis Kelley) of Albemarle co., VA and Samuel Gay of Augusta co., VA – and a planter - was made for Francis Kelly to lease 690 acres land in Albemarle co., VA bordered by Thomas Fitzpatrick on the west and Colonel Joshua Fry on the east, Fry’s land originally bought of James Manley. Witnessed by Charles Lambert, Hugh Dougherty (Hugh Daugherty) and Patrick Knowling (Patrick Nowlin – Patrick Nowlin – Patrick Knowlin).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 15 page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-044.000) On 21 June, 1745 at Fairfax co., VA Thomas Lewis was recorded as living in Fairfax co., VA at the junction of Dogue Creek (Dog Creek – Dogue Creek) and the Potomac River.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 22 page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-045.000) On 27 August, 1741 at Prince George’s co., MD a lot owned by Basil Beckwith and Thomas Lee (Thomas Leigh), gentleman, located in the Upper Marlborough (Upper Marlboro) township was recorded as formerly belonging to John Henry and in which John Henry same and John Lewis resided.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 24 page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-046.000) On 15 July, 1746 at Fairfax co., VA the inventory of John Littleton was performed. Appraisors were Thomas Lewis, James Hamilton and John Manley (John Manley wmI). Administratrix was Sarah Littleton (illiterate).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 126 page 1]

 

(1740-NVAMD-047.000) On 18 May, 1748 at Fairfax co., VA “additional accounts” of John Littleton, deceased, were paid to John Manley and Thomas Lewis.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 126 page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-048.000) On 18 December, 1747 Chances Conclusion (Chance’s Conclusion) was resurveyed for Thomas Manley. Land was described as adjacent to or near that of Derrick Brown.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G112H page 2]

 

(1740-NVAMD-049.000) On 11 April, 1749 at Charles co., MD John Manly (John Manley) witnesses the probating of the will of widow Ann Ramsey. Keywords are: Rebecka Estep (Rebecca Estep), Richard Estep, Calverton Manor, Susanna Ramsey, Ann Leach, John Leach, Winifred Leach, Catherine Thomas, Elizabeth Dainty, Richard Adams, Henry Walley, Neffell Leach, William Wilson, John Estep.

Possible search terms:

Rebecca Ramsey

Winifred Ramsey

Catherine Ramsey

Elizabeth Ramsey

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D304E page 1]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

 

(1740-NEWJE-001.000) The following "Stout" marriages occured at NJ:

            On 22 August, 1743 Hannah Stout of Monmouth co.

m. Arthur Van Kirk of Monmouth Cty

            On 27 January, 1749 Mary Stout of Middletown

m. Samuel Holmes of Middletown

            On 22 December, 1747 Rachel Stout of Somerset

m. Stephen Barton of Somerset

            On 01 January, 1743 David Stout of Burlington co.

m. Margaret Vollow of Bergen

            On 13 January, 1745 Jediah Stout of NJ

m. Philina Chamberlain of Monmouth Cty

            On 23 July, 1744 Anne Stout of Somerset co.

m. Ichabod Leigh (Ichabod Lee) of Hunterdon Cty

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M113H page 4 through page 7]

 

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1750-1759

 

(1750-unk-001.000) James Mason and Priscilla Blount Rawlins have issue:

            James Rawlins, Sr. born about 1766 Rutherford co., NC

            Rev. Roderic Rawlins (Roderick Rawlins – Rev. Roderick Rawlings)

born 11 March 1776, Guilford co. County, NC

            Charles Rawlins, born about October 1750, Rutherford co. County, NC

            George Rawlins, born about 1770, MA

            Mary Rawlins, born about 1778, Rutherford co., NC

            Thomas Rawlins, born 19 April 1792, Rutherford co., NC

            William Rawlins

            Nancy Rawlins

            Elizabeth Rawlins

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M1E – veracity of source questionable]

 

(1750-unk-002.000) On 27 February, 1755 at poss. NJ James Stout (b. 16 December, 1732) m. Catherine Stout (b. 16 August, 1737) and yielded least issue:

            Rachel Stout

b. 22 June, 1758 (eldest child of said couple)

m. 19 March, 1780

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M119H page 2]

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 SWCAR Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1750-SWCAR-001.000) On 02 April, 1756 Charles Jones, a planter of St. Bartholomew's Parish (St. Bartholemew's Parish), Colleton co., SC, conveyed land to Archibald Scott, a planter of James Island, SC, with keywords: St. Andrew's Parish, Berkeley co., SC, Edmund Bellinger, Glebe Land, Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller, John Manley, Marsh of Coppain Creek, Francis Fidling (Francis Fielding), John Remington, Sr. Witnesses: John Cart and John Remington, Jr.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D72H page 2]

 

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1750-EVANC-001.000) Tithing tables for Norfolk co., VA show the following entries through the 1750's (and continue into the 1780's):

            At Western Branch persinkt (Western Branch Precinct) taken on 10 June, 1750;

                        Thomas Maning, Junior (Thomas Manning, Junior - Thomas Manley, Junior);

2 dependents land not recorded

                        Solomon Maning, Junior (Solomon Manning - Solomon Manley)

and William Maning (William Manning - William Manley);

2 dependents land not recorded

                        Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

2 dependents land not recorded

            At The Hollow Poplar down to the Great Bridge

and to Batchelders Mill and up Poaktey Road (Pocoty Road)

taken on 10 June, 1750;

                        David Manning (David Manley); one dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley); two dependents land not recorded

            At The Hollow Poplar down to the Great Bridge

and to Batchelders Mill

and up Pokaty Road (Pocoty Road)

taken on 10 June, 1751;

                        Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley)

son Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley) and negro Moll;

3 dependents and no land record

            At The Hollow Poplar down to the Great Bridge

and to Batchelders Mill (Batchelors Mill - Batchelor's Mill)

and up Pokaty Road (Pocoty Road) taken on 11 June, 1753;

                        Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

            At the Western Branch Precninct of both sides taken on 09 June, 1751;

                        Thomas Manning, Junior (Thomas Manley, Junior);

one dependent land not recorded

                        Solomon Manning, Senior (Solomon Manley, Senior)

and William Manning (William Manley);

two dependents land not recorded

            At the Western Branch Precninct of both sides

taken on x element of

[10 June 1752, 10 June 1753, 10 June 1754, 10 June 1755, 10 June 1756] ;

                        Solomon Manning, Senior (Solomon Manley, Senior);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Manning, Junior (Thomas Manley, Junior);

1 dependent

            At the Western Branch Precinct of both sides

taken on 10 June, 1757;

                        Thomas Manning, Senior (Thomas Manley, Senior);

2 dependents land not recorded

                        Thomas Manning, Junior (Thomas Manley, Junior);

1 dependents land not recorded

                        Solomon Manning, Senior (Solomon Manley, Senior);

1 dependent land not recorded

            At the Western Branch Precinct of both sides

taken on 10 June, 1759;

                        Solomon Manning, Senior (Solomon Manley, Senior);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Thomas Manning, Junior (Thomas Manley, Junior);

1 dependents land not recorded

                        Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley);

2 dependents land not recorded

                        John Sourtherlin (John Southerlan);

5 dependents land not recorded

            At Norfolk co., VA taken in 1759;

                        James Ray;

5 dependents land not recorded

                        Mickal Manning (Michael Manning - Michael Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

                        Markcom Manning (Markcom Manley);

4 dependents land not recorded

This abstraction from an indexing source was exhaustive only for the given names Thomas and Jonathan of the Manning extended family. There were many others.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C21H pages 1 through 6 and Exhibit C22H pages 1 through 23]

 

(1750-EVANC-002.000) On 30 January, 1754 Ray and Company were listed as creditors to the estate of Richard Lovett deceased of Craven co., NC.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D90H page 3]

 

(1750-EVANC-003.000) At NC circa 1750 Ralph Man(?) (Ralph Manley ?) was referenced in Inventory of Good and Credits of Robert Lytle deceased.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D90H page 4]

 

(1750-EVANC-004.000) Alexander Maney (Alexander Manly - Alexander Manley) was listed as number 53 of a roster of the men of a Company under the command of Captain John Woodhouse in 1758 at NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-005.000) Gabriel Mangely, Junior (Gabriel Manley, Junior) was tax liable in Bertie co., NC in 1757.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-006.000) Gabriel Manley was tax liable in Bertie co., NC in 1757.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-007.000) Moses Manley was tax liable in Bertie co., NC in 1757.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-008.000) Solomon Manley was tax liable in Bertie co., NC in 1757.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-009.000) Abel Manley m. Ann Manley was tax liable in Bertie co., NC in 1757.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1750-EVANC-010.000) On 23 July, 1751 at Northampton co., NC Joseph Whitley (Joseph Whitly), a planter of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to Arthur Whitley (Arthur Whitly) of Northampton co., NC with keywords: William Whitley (William Whitly), Buckhorn Swamp, John Dow (John Dew). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) and Nicholas Maggett.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 21]

 

(1750-EVANC-011.000) On 20 November, 1752 at Northampton co., NC Thomas Page of Johnston co., NC conveyed land to John Laurence (John Lawrence) of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Chowan River, Nottaway River, William Battles, Indian Creek, Lee. Witnesses were Nicholas Maget (Nicholas Maggett), James Many (James Manney - James Manley) and John Page.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 22]

 

(1750-EVANC-012.000) On 31 March, 1755 at Northampton co., NC Joshua Williams, a planter of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to Daniel Rogers of Northampton co., NC with keywords: John Hooks, Jr., Meadow Branch. Witnesses were Charles Skinner, James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) and Nicholas Baggett (Nicholas Maggett). Land on old county line.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 23]

 

(1750-EVANC-013.000) About 1756 at Northampton co., NC ? conveyed land to Charles Skinner of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Pocosin River, Jacob Barnes. Witnesses were Richard Smith, Mary Garner (Mary Gardner - Mary Garling) and James Many (James Manney - James Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 24]

 

(1750-EVANC-014.000) On 22 June, 1756 at Northampton co., NC Phillip Alexander Camerin (Phillip Alexander Cameron - Phillip Cameron) of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to John Hollyman (John Holliman) of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Buckhorn Woods, Baol Brown, Daniel Camerin (Daniel Cameron). Witnesses were James Maney (James Manney - James Manley) and Elizabeth Durden. Daniel Camerin was listed as the father of Phillip Alexander Camerin.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 25]

 

(1750-EVANC-015.000) On 28 January, 1757 at Northampton co., NC John Lawrence (John Laurence) of Northampton co., NC conveyed land to Nathaniel Cary of Nancemond co., VA (Nansemond co., VA) with keywords: William Glover, William Battle, William Lee, Lawrence, Cary, Thomas Page. Witnesses were James Many (James Manney - James Manley), Samuel Lee and James Cary, Jr. Land was on VA-NC state lines.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 26 and 27]

 

(1750-EVANC-016.000) On 23 February, 1757 at Northampton co., NC Charles Skinner, a planter of Northampton co., NC, conveyed land to Michael Barnes of Northampton co., NC with keywords: Chowan River, Samuel Lee. Witnesses were James Many (James Manney - James Manley), William Belmer and Elizabeth Peeletrees.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D62H page 28]

 

(1750-EVANC-017.000) On 22 October, 1751 at Bertie co., NC William Middleton, a yeoman, conveyed land to Isaac Sanders with keywords: Isaac Sanders, Gabriel Manley, Cross Roads, Catron Creek, Holly Swamp. Witnesses were Richard Brown, William Godwin (William Goodwin) and James Overton. Reference to Gabriel Manley does not show that he was both alive and of age, but only refers to adjoining property of Gabriel Manley.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D60H pages 4 and 5]

 

(1750-EVANC-018.000) In 1756 Christopher Sogur conveyed property to Gabriel Manley of Bertie co., NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D59H page 3]

 

(1750-EVANC-019.000) James Maney (James Manley) of Northampton co., NC expired about August, 1752 with issue:

            Jenny Maney Magett

(Jenny Manley - Jenny Maney Maggett - Jenny Manley Maget - Jenny Manley Maggett) 

b. []

            James Maney (James Manley)

b. []

            Susanna Maney Skinner (Susanna Manley)

b. []

And was probably widowed nomen nescio. Witnessed by David Jarnegan and Thomas Jarnegan.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D47H page 3 and D65H page 2]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1750-NVAMD-001.000)  Patented Certificate 631 appeared on 25 March 1756, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Taylors Chance, John Taylor, 53 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-002.000)  Patented Certificate 597 appeared on 22 December 1752, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Spaldings Adventure, Clement Spalding, 729 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-003.000)  Patented Certificate 156 appeared on 29 January 1757, 03 at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Coles Addition, Thomas James, 71 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-004.000)  Patented Certificate 157 appeared on 02 March 1758, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Coles Adventure, John Shirtcliffe and Richard Shirtcliffe, 145 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-005.000) On 23 February, 1758 Mary Lee of St. Mary's co., MD runs advertisement in the Maryland Gazette for information regarding a runaway slave.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit N1H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-006.000) On 09 August, 1761 George Washington reports in the Maryland Gazette that slaves were missing from his plantation in Fairfax co., VA on land called Dogue-Run (Doeg's Run).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit N1H page 3]

 

(1750-NVAMD-007.000) An estate account of James Burns, executor of Catherine Jones of St. Mary's co., MD, lists John Manley and John Stapleton as a surety on 06 December, 1753. Money was paid to William Jones.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D40H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-008.000) On abt. 09 June, 1755 at St. Mary’s co., MD John Griggs of St. Inigoes Hundred, St. Mary's co., MD expired testate with issue:

            ? Griggs (female)

m. ? Lowrey

issue: Elizabeth Lowery

m. John Manley

            Sarah Griggs

m. John Allison

            Mary Griggs

m. ? Beale

            Margaret Griggs

m. ? Jones

            Susanna Griggs

m. Thomas Sanner

And was survived by a widow Elizabeth Thompson Griggs (d/o James Thompson and Margaret Riley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M3H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-009.000) Mary Rawlings witnessed the probating of the will of Richard Hall in Calvert co., MD on 20 November, 1750.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D20H page 1]

 

(1750-NVAMD-010.000) Martha Manley witnessed the probating of the will of Joseph Fitzjeffery in St. Mary's co., MD on 09 April, 1753.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D21H page 1]

 

(1750-NVAMD-011.000) On 1753 Thomas Manley at St. Mary's co., MD

owned 97 acres of tract called "Chance Conclusion" in Hundred New Town, MD.

            On 1753 Thomas Manley at St. Mary's co., MD

owned 26 acres of tract called "Chance Conclusion" in Hundred New Town, MD.

            On 1754 Thomas Manley at St. Mary's co., MD

owned 100 acres of tract called "St. Elizabeth Manor" in Hundred St. Inigoes, MD.

            On 1755 Thomas Manley at St. Mary's co., MD

owned 247 acres of tract called "St. Elizabeth Manor" in Hundred St. Inigoes, MD.

            On 1755 Thomas Manley at St. Mary's co., MD

owned 500 acres of tract called "Cross Manor" in Hundred St. Inigoes, MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-012.000) On 01 January, 1754 a John Rawlings witnesses the probating of the will of Cornelius Eltingee in Frederick co., MD. Decedent owned land tracts called Millbrun (where residence was located), Long Acre, Addition, Eltingee's Rest, and Derby Island.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D14H pages 1 and 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-013.000) On 10 September, 1756 the will of John Rawlins (John Rawlings) was probated in Frederick co., MD with wife listed as Sophia Rawlins. He further cites owning two tracts of land; to wit, "Lost Hatchet" and "Hopson's Choice".

Issue:

            John Rawlins

            William Rawlins

            Elizabeth Rawlins

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D15H page 1]

 

(1750-NVAMD-014.000) Will of William Hebb, written 22 December, 1757 describes land on which Peter Smith and John Manley live (but do not own) as being part of "Cross Manor", 180 acres and located on Smith Creek in St. Mary's co., MD. He also indicates that he owned a "...plantation at Poplar Hill..." (see Thomas Manley's land holdings in 1740 and 1750; to wit, "Hunters Hill" on Poplar Hill).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D22H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-015.000) Patented Certificate 1803 was issued on 26 March, 1750 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Resurvey On Chance, Samuel Ellis, 483 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-016.000) Patented Certificate 2026 was issued on 20 April, 1751 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Solomons Purchase, Clement Hill, 200 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-017.000) Patented Certificate 266 was issued on 30 January, 1750 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Charles; Bear Den; 355 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1750-NVAMD-081.000) On 13 December, 1757 the Loudon co., VA court minutes recorded that Phillis Manley came before the court and acknowledged her indenture for serving Thomas Fields, same presented a counter part and the order was certified.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G21H page 3]

 

(1750-NVAMD-019.000) John Manley wm I expired testate on or about 25 June, 1751 at Fairfax co., VA with issue:

Penelope Manley II b on [15 June 1731, 25 March 1752] with pfp on [15 June 1746, d.]

m. Daniel French on [1720, 1773)

Sarah Manley b. on [15 June 1731, 25 March 1752] with pfp on [15 June 1746, d.]

possibly m. Townsend Dade

Harrison Manley b. on [15 June 1731, 25 March 1752] with pfp on [15 June 1746, d.]

m. Margaret Barrey

John Manley wm II

b. on [15 June 1731, 25 March 1752] with pfp on [15 June 1746, 25 March 1852]

m. ?

and was survived by widow Sarah Manley. All children were presumably born in that portion of Prince William co., VA that in 1731 became Fairfax co., Va. Previous career was a planter in Fairfax co., VA., which may have been part of older Prince William co., VA. His will was probated and indicates that his cousin was Hugh West (possibly through mother Ann Turley West-Manley). He claims a 'brother' as Anthony Russell. This brother proves that this John Manley was the son of William Manley as William Manley’s widow, Penelope Higgins Manley, m. Andrew Russell after William Manleys death and had a son named Anthony Russell; i.e. the brother referred to here was a half-brother.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H pages 7 and 8 and Exhibit D34H page 2 and Exhibit D27H page 3 and Exhibit M6H page 1 and Exhibit M7H page 1 and D233H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-020.000) Hugh West expired at Fairfax co., VA on [14 February 1754, 22 August 1754] with unknown issue and was survived by widow Cybil Harrison West (Cybil Harrison - Sybil Harrison - Sybil West). Name "Hugh West" appeared frequently in this time period - recommend caution in correlating this information.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D36H pages 7 and 8 and Exhibit G5E pages all]

 

(1750-NVAMD-021.000) An index of wills, administrations and marriages for Fauquier co., VA from 1759 to 1800 shows the following names:

Abbegail Rollins (Abigail Rollins - Abigail Rawlings)

B.E. Rollins (B.E. Rawlings)

Reverend B.E. Rollins (Rev B.E. Rawlings - Rev Rollins)

Cyntha Rollins (Cynthia Rollins - Cynthia Rawlings)

D. D. Rollins (D. D. Rawlings)

G.W. Rollins (G.W. Rawlings)

Reverend G.W. Rollins (Rev Rollins - Rev Rawlings - Reverend Rawlings)

George Rollins (George Rawlings)

J.E. Rollins (J.E. Rawlings – James Rawlings – James Rollins – James Rawlins)

Malicy Rollins (Malicy Rawlings)

Malinda Jane Rollins (Malinda Rollins - Malinda Rawlings - Malinda Jane Rawlings)

Matildy Rollins (Matildy Rawlings)

Polly Rollins (Polly Rawlings)

R.E. Rollins (R.E. Rawlings – Roderick Rawlings – Roderick Rollins – Roderick Rawlins)

Rebecca Rollins (Rebecca Rawlings)

Vincent B. Rollins (Vincent Rollins - Vincent Rawlings - Vincent B. Rawlings)

William Rollins (William Rawlings)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D41H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-022.000) On [11 June 1750, 12 September 1750] Augustine Elliott (nephew of Penelope Higgins) of Washington Parish, Westmoreland co., VA expired testate sine prole. The probating of the will was witnessed by Francis Williams, John Price and Thomas Steel (Thomas Steele) and George Lee (George Leigh).

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit D212H pages 4 and 5]

 

(1750-NVAMD-023.000) On 14 December, 1750 Sabella Elliott (illiterate) conveyed approximately 190 acres of land lying in Washington Parish, Westmoreland co., VA to Richard Barnes of Richmond co., VA for 5 Pounds and the natural love and affection of Sabella’s several daughters – implying that buyer was married to one of the daughters or to Sabella herself. This land was previously owned by John Higgins (Sabella Elliott’s father), who in turn bought it of John Button, and which, when John Higgins expired, was passed to the rightful heir of John Higgins, Penelope Higgins (deceased) and her husband Daniel McCarty, Gentleman (deceased) and was then finally passed to Sabella Elliott. [Due to primogeniture, this would unambiguously imply that the aforementioned Penelope was in fact the NIECE of the Penelope that m. William Manley; i.e. there were two different closely related Penelopes). A cross-referencing of LMGA data shows that Sabella Elliot and the Penelope Manley that m. Richard Barnes were first cousins. Witnessed by Charles Beale (Charles Beal), William Booth, Henry Washington and George Lee (George Leigh).

 [source:  LMGA Exhibit D212H page 6]

 

(1750-NVAMD-024.000) On [08 December 1750, 14 June 1751] at Washington Parish, Westmoreland co., VA Sabella Elliott (Sabella Elliot – Sabella Eliott – Sabella Higgins Elliot – Sabella Higgins Eliott - Sabella Higgins Elliott) (illiterate) expired testate with issue:

            Martha Elliott

            Mildred Elliott (AKA Millie Elliott)

            Betty Elliott

            Augustine Elliott exp. prior 08 December 1750

Richard Barnes (Richard Barns) of Richmond co., VA, executor, was implied as close confidant of Sabella Elliott.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D212H pages 6, 7 and 8]

 

(1750-NVAMD-025.000) On May 1753 at Fairfax co., VA Samuel Gay petitions for a road between William Wilson's Mill on Jackson's River to Captain Ashton's Mill in the Bull Pasture (Bull Run). On 16 August, 1753 Thomas Lewis conveyed to Samuel Gay 489 acres on Jackson's River with a corner tract in possession of John Lewis.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M115H page 8]

 

(1750-NVAMD-026.000) On 01 June, 1750 at Lunenburgh co., VA land was referenced as belonging to "Smith", William Ducker and John Manly, Jr. (John Manley, Jr.). Keywords: Falling River and Reedy Creek.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L12H page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-027.000) On 26 June, 1755 at Prince George’s co., MD William Carey patented 189 acres land on north side of Stoney Creek (Stony Creek) adjacent Richard Manley, Thomas Smith and Joseph Turner.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 8 page 2]

 

(1750-NVAMD-028.000) On [15 July 1754, 02 March 1761] at Richmond co., VA Richard Barnes (Richard Barns - Captain Richard Barnes - Captain Richard Barns) expired testate with least issue:

            Thomas Barnes (Thomas Barns)

            Mary Barnes (Mary Barns) Kelsick (Mary Kelsick)

            Rebecca Barnes (Rebecca Barns) Beckwith (Rebecca Beckwith)

                        m. Jonathan Beckwith

            Elinor Barnes (Elinor Barns - Eleanor Barnes - Eleanor Barns)

            (Eleanor Jordan - Eleanor Morton - Elinor Jordan - Elinor Morton)

                        m. John Morton Jordan

            Sarah Barnes (Sarah Barns)

            Elizabeth Barnes (Elizabeth Barns)

Executors: brother Abraham Barnes (Abraham Barns) of St. Mary’s co., MD. Witnesses: William Wilson, John Samford, John Newman, George Wilson, Henry Sisson and William Ford. Richard Barns same m1. Frances Ingo (Francis Ingo), m2. Penelope Manley (d/o William Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D235H page 3 and M131H page 2]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1750-EMDVA-001.000) On 12 August, 1755 James Manley and Robert Manley witnessed the probating of the will of Michael Lum at Elk River Neck, Cecil co., MD. Decedent owned tracts called St. John's Manor, Lum's Adventure, and Stony Range.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D12H page 1]

 

(1750-EMDVA-002.000) On 01 April, 1758 at New Castle co., DE Charles Rawlins (Charles Rawlings) m. Elizabeth Lorce.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D12H page 1]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

 

(1750-NEWJE-001.000) On 08 August, 1754 at Hunterdon co., NJ Jemima Stout was referenced as the administratrix of the will of James Stout and was futher referenced as being of Hopewell, Hunterdon co., NJ.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D218H page 2]

 

(1750-NEWJE-002.000) On [01 August 1759, 13 August 1759] at Middletown, Monmouth co., NJ Joseph Throckmorton (m. ? Throckmorton) expired testate with least issue:

            John Throckmorton (a minor)

            Rebecca Throckmorton

            Alice Throckmorton

            Catherine Throckmorton

            Mary Throckmorton

            Job Throckmorton (of Freehold Township)

And was witnessed by John Stout, Jonathan Stout, and John Mount, Jr. Inventory performed on 24 August, 1759  by Jared Morford and ? Thomamont

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D218H page 4]

 

(1750-NEWJE-003.000) On [16 May 1758, 29 June 1758] at Middletown, Monmouth co., NJ Zephaniah White (a male) expired testate possibly sine prole

Names cousins Leah Stout, Richard Stout, Jonathan Stout, Jr., Mary Stout, Hanah Stout (Hannah Stout) and Hester Stout.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D218H page 5]

 

(1750-NEWJE-004.000) The following "Stout" marriages occured at NJ:

            On 02 May, 1758 Helen Stout of Monmouth co. m. Jeff Hoff of Monmouth Cty

            On 27 September, 1755 Abraham Stout of Shrewsbury co. m. Elizabeth Herbert of Monmouth Cty

            On 09 April, 1759 David Stout of Middletown m. Hannar Cumton of Middletown

            On 30 September, 1751 Elisha Stout of Manasquan m. Hannah Moorhouse

            On 24 January, 1750 or 1751 John Stout of Shrewsbury co. m. Ruth Ellison of Shrewsbury Cty

            On 28 November, 1753 John Stout of Shrewsbury co. m. Ruth Ellison of Freehold

            On 20 November, 1751 Richard Stout of Middletown m. Anna Tinnbrooks

            On 13 November, 1759 Dorothy Stout of Burlington m. John Marns of Burlington

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M113H page 4 through page 7]

 

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1760-1769

 

(1760-unk-001.000) On 19 December, 1783 a MD court orders Charles Lansdale to pay John Manly (John Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W1E]

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 SWCAR Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1760-SWCAR-001.000) In 1765 at Tyrrell co., NC Crosley Ray has a will or administration probated with probable administrator William Newbould and probable witnesses Henry Gray and William Hassell.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D88H page 9]

 

(1760-SWCAR-002.000) In 1766 at Tyrrell co., NC John Rhoads (John Rhodes) has a will or administration probated with probable executors Benjamin Blount and John Garret (John Garrett).

 [source: LMGA Exhibit D88H pages 9 and 10]

 

(1760-SWCAR-003.000) In 1768 at Tyrrell co., NC Jacob Blount has a will or administration probated with probable executors Ann Blount w. of same and Stephen Blount son of same.

 [source: LMGA Exhibit D88H page 10]

 

(1760-SWCAR-004.000) In 1762 at New Hanover co., NC Isaa Ray (Isaac Ray) was present and probably an executor of a will (possibly signing with James Moran in the probating of a document for Susannah Martindle).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D88H page 7]

 

(1760-SWCAR-005.000) On or abt. 10 October, 1762 in Perquimmons, NC Isaac Ray was present (possibly signing with James Moran as a witness to the probating of a document for Susannah Martindle).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D88H pages 2 and 3]

 

(1760-SWCAR-006.000) On 23 April, 1762 Joseph Roads received a land patent in Dobbs co., NC with keywords: Neuse River, Mill Branch, Joseph Pipkin, James Manley.

[source: LMGA Exhibit L3H page 3]

 

(1760-SWCAR-007.000) On 05 August, 1766 Robert Manley petitions for 400 acres of land "in or near D'o", SC.

[source: LMGA Exhibit L9H page 2]

 

(1760-SWCAR-008.000) On 04 April, 1769 John Manley petitions for 200 acres of land "On Little River northside Saludy", SC.

[source: LMGA Exhibit L9H page 3]

 

(1760-SWCAR-009.000) On 25 April, 1767 John Potter received a land patent in Mecklenberg co., NC with keywords: Lenards Fork (Leonard's Fork - Leonards Fork), Indian Creek, Valentine Maney (Valentine Manley - Valentine Manly), Howards Line (Howard's line).

[source: LMGA Exhibit L2H page 4]

 

(1760-SWCAR-010.000) On 07 April, 1767 Thomas Scott, a planter of St. Andrew's Parish, SC, conveyed land to Jeremiah Savage, esquire, of Charleston, SC, with keywords: St. Andrew's Parish, Berkeley co., SC, Elizabeth Holmes, Edmund Bellinger, Glebe Land, Elizabeth Fuller, John Manley, Marsh of Coppin Creek (Coppain Creek) Witnesses: David Fogertie (David Fogerty) and Joshua Ward.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D72H page 3]

 

(1760-SWCAR-011.000) On 01 November, 1769 Peter Martin (Peter Martain), presently of NC, conveyed land to Elisha Hall, a planter of Little River, SC, with keywords: Berkeley co., SC, John Manley, John Anderson, Little River, Santee. Witnesses: William Arther (William Arthur) and Aquila Hall (illiterate).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D73H page 2]

 

(1760-SWCAR-012.000) On 17 July, 1764 James Manley (illiterate) of St. James Parish, SC, expired testate. He was survived by wife Anna Manley and he mentions brother or brother's children. His wife and John Swink were executors. Witnesses: William Hair, John Swink.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D74H page 2]

 

(1760-SWCAR-013.000) On 31 October, 1766 Robert Hume expired testate at St. James' Parish, Goose Creek, SC. He mentions James Manly (James Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D74H page 3]

 

(1760-SWCAR-014.000) On [1760, 1767] a will for James Manley was written, probated or both in Charleston co., SC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D75H page 2]

 

(1760-SWCAR-015.000) On 02 October abt. 3 a.m. local time, 1772 Moses Yarborough, late of St. Mark's Parish, Craven co., SC expired testate nuncupative with issue:

 

                ...of Moses and Frances Yarborough:

            Elizabeth Yarborough b. [] (eldest child)

            Jilson Yarborough b. [] (male)

 

                ...of previous wife and Moses Yarborough:

            Elizabeth Yarborough b. []

            Ann Yarborough b. []

            William Yarborough b. []

 

                ...of current wife and previous husband:

            William Moore b. []

            George Moore b. []

He was survived by widow Frances Moore-Yarborough. Land bequeathed to last two children was plantation on Little River, a branch of Salydy, next to John Box, Quinta Hall, John Manly (John Manley), and James Harvey. Witnesses: David Cradocks (illiterate), Frances Harvey (illiterate) and Samuel Wharton. Portions of will lost.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D74H page 4]

 

(1760-SWCAR-016.000) On 16 December, 1764 Robert Manly (Robert Manley) debarked New Elizabeth at Charles Town, SC from Barbados.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 47 page 2]

 

(1760-SWCAR-017.000) On 06 and 07 April, 1767 at St. Andrew’s Parish, Berkeley co., SC land adjacent to John Manley was described as bordering marsh of Coppin Creek, Edmund Bellinger, Glebe land, Elizabeth Fuller.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 49 page 2]

 

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1760-EVANC-001.000) Tithing tables for Norfolk co., VA show the following entries through the 1760's (and continue into the 1780's):

            At From the Great Bridge to Edmonds Bridge to New Mill Creek in St. Brides Parish

taken on 10 June, 1761;

            David Manning (David Manley) and son Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley);

2 dependents and no land record

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley);

1 dependent and no land record

            John Richardson and Jeremiah Manning (Jeremiah Manley) and negro Kate;

3 dependents and no land record

            David Manning (David Manley)

and sons Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley)

and Reuben Manning (Reuben Manley);

1 dependents 66 acres

            John Mercer, Junior

and Joseph Manning (Joseph Manley) and

John Manning (John Manley);

7 dependents, 1202 1/2 acres

            At Portsmouth Parish on the west side of West Branch on 10 June, 1761;

            Thomas Maning (Thomas Manning - Thomas Manley);

1 dependent land not recorded

            At Portsmouth Parish on the west side of West Branch on 10 June, 1767;

            James Maneing (James Manley)

1 dependent and no land;

            Thomas Maneing (Thomas Manley) and one negro Primos;

2 dependents and 50 acres

            At From the Great Bridge to Edmonds Bridge to New Mill Creek in St. Brides Parish

taken on 10 June, 1761;

            David Manning (David Manley)

and son Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley);

2 dependents land not recorded

            John Sutherland (John Southerlan), Senior;

1 dependent land not recorded

            Thomas Sutherland, Senior (Thomas Southerlan, Senior);

1 dependent land not recorded

            At From the Great Bridge to Edmonds Bridge to New Mill Creek in St. Brides Parish

taken on 10 June, 1767;

            David Manning (David Manley)

and sons Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley)

and Reuben Manning (Manley);

3 dependents and 66 acres

            John Mercer and John Maning (John Manley);

6 dependents and 1202 1/2/ acres

            At from Great Bridge to Ferry Point

taken on 10 June, 1767;

            John Manning (John Manley);

4 dependents and 200 acres

            David Manning (David Manley);

3 dependents no land

            At Town of Portsmouth and Southern Branch Precinct

taken on 10 June, 1767;

            Michael Manning (Michael Manley)

and Michael Manning (Michael Manley);

2 dependents and 200 acres

            Matthew Manning (Matthew Manley);

3 dependents and 140 acres

            John Manning (John Manley);

5 dependents and 275 acres

            At St. Brides Parish, Great Bridge Division,

taken in 1768;

            David Manning (David Manley),

Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley),

Reuben Manning (Reuben Manley)

3 dependents and 66 acres

            John Mercer, Junior and John Manning (John Manley);

6 dependents and 1202 acres.

            At Norfolk co., VA,

taken in June, 1768;

            John Manning (John Manley);

4 dependents and 200 acres

            David Manning (David Manley);

1 dependent no land

            William Manning (William Manley);

1 dependent no land

            At North side of Tanners Creek,

taken in 1768;

William Warwick Harwood for his (slave?) 'overseer' Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley);

4 dependents and 920 acres

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads, taken on 10 June, 1767;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley)

one dependent no land

            Jeremiah Manning (Jeremiah Manley)

no dependents 83.5 acres

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads,

taken on 10 June, 1768;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley)

one dependent 80 acres

This abstraction from an indexing source was exhaustive only for the given names Thomas and Jonathan of the Manning extended family. There were many others.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C19H pages 2 through 47 and Exhibit C21H pages 1 through 17]

 

(1760-EVANC-002.000) Surname Manly (Manley) appeared on index for abstract for NC wills dated [1760, 1800].

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D55H page 2]

 

(1760-EVANC-003.000) On 30 September, 1760 at Richmond co., VA Captain Richard Barnes expired testate with least issue:

            Thomas Barnes, gentleman (s/o Frances Ingo)

            Catherine Barnes AKA Caty Barnes

                        exp. c. 1750

            Mary Barnes

                        m. c. 1752 Captain Younger Kelsick

            Rebecca Barnes

                        m. 27 May 1753 Jonathan Beckwith

            Eleanor Barnes

                        m. c. 1752 John Morton Jordan, esquire

            Sarah Barnes

                        m. 09 January, 1761 Gerard Hooe, gentleman

            Elizabeth Barnes

                        m. 1761 John Alexander, gentleman later residing Loudon co., VA

With widow Penelope Manly Barnes (Penelope Manley – Penelope Barnes), daughter of William Manley and Penelope Higgins Manley and of Westmoreland co., VA. According to this source, both Richard Barnes and Penelope Manley Barnes died at the same time – unclear if this was intended literally.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M128H page 1 and page 2]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1760-NVAMD-001.000) On 07 November, 1768 Harrison Manley of Truro Parish, Fairfax co., VA conveyed 328 acres of land within Prince William co., VA by let to John Crook (illiterate), a planter of Prince William co., VA. Keywords are: Occoquan, Bull Run, bordered by Francis Stone, John Crook m. Amey Crook (Amy Crook), John Crook's eldest son Richard Crook, Howson Hooe, Nathaniel Carter and James Sotherland (illiterate), Foushee Tebbs, H. Manley (Harrison Manley) and Henry D. Hooe (Henry Hooe).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D86H pages 4 and 5]

 

(1760-NVAMD-002.000) Patented Certificate 455 was issued in 1760 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Carroll, Charles, Jr., Cerne-Abbey Manor

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-003.000) Patented Certificate 917 was issued on 02 February, 1767 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Gibbins, Thomas; Gibbins Part of Bartons Hope Enlarged; 163 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-004.000) Patented Certificate 1621 was issued on 30 June, 1760 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Part of Chance Enlarged, James Marshall, Acres 208

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-005.000) Patented Certificate 1732 was issued on 20 November, 1769 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Poplar Hill, Alexander Lovejoy, Acres 11

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-006.000) On [02 August 1764, 03 September 1764] at St. Mary's co., MD Cornelius Manning (Cornelius Manley) m. Jane ? Manning (d/o ) expired testate with issue:

            John Manning (John Manley);

            Robert Manning (Robert Manley);

            Monica Manning

            Frances Manning (Frances Manley - Francis Manning - Francis Manley) (sex unknown);

            Mary Manning;

            Ann Elizabeth Manning Fenwick (Ann Elizabeth Manley Fenwick - Ann Manley - Elizabeth Manley - Ann Fenwick)

                        m. ? Fenwick

                        issue: probable Cornelius Fenwick.

With widow Jane Manning (Jane Manley) and witnesses: William Williams, Peter Ford, Junior, Frances Williams (Francis Williams) and keywords: Mills Estate (Mill's Estate), Nace Estate, Fisher, Theobald (Theobold), Raphael Tawney, John Smith and Nan's Oak (Nans Oak). References; son-in-law John Greenwell and grand-son Cornelius Fenwick.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-007.000)  Ann Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD account record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-008.000)  Paul Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD Inventory record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-009.000)  Paul Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD account record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-010.000)  Paul Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD Balance of final distribution book record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-011.000)  Paul Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD Inventory record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-012.000)  Paul Rawlings in 1767 appeared in a Prince George's co., MD Bond record

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D2E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-013.000)  Patented Certificate 256 appeared on 25 October 1769, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Ginthers Tarltons Mill, William Ginther, 34 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-014.000)  Patented Certificate 272 appeared on 29 September 1760, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Goughs Addition, Benjamin Gough, 67 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-015.000)  Patented Certificate 629 appeared on 22 May 1767, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Tarltons Elizabeth, John Tarlton, 96 1/2 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-016.000)  Patented Certificate 367 appeared on 01 March 1768, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): John Wiseman Greenwells Park Enlarged, John W. Greenwell, 117 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-017.000)  Patented Certificate 389 appeared on 29 September 1769, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Lady Land, James Gough and Ignatious Gough, 108 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-018.000)  Patented Certificate 158 appeared on 11 November 1761, at St. Mary's co., MD for a tract named (with holder and acreage): Coles Foresight, William E. Cole, 36 1/4 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-019.000) Rodolph Manley, Sr. of St. Mary's co., MD was LKA on [1760, 1787]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-020.000) On 02 February, 1768 John Lee (John Leigh) was baptized at the St. Inigoes Mission in St. Mary's co., MD. His parents were listed as Jos. Leigh (Joseph Lee - Joseph Leigh - Joshua Lee - Joshua Leigh) and Elizabeth Lee (Elizabeth Leigh).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit R1H page 4]

 

(1760-NVAMD-021.000) In 1768 the following names of interest appear in the congregation list for St. Inigoes Mission (St. Inigoes was in immediate vicinity of land owned by Thomas - Tom - Manley, see 1740/50 entries on land):

Joseph Leigh

Mary Leigh

John Leigh

Jane Leigh

Margery Leigh

John Leigh, Jr.

Ann Leigh

Sara Leigh

Elizabeth Leigh

Mary Leigh

Priscilla Gough

George Gough

Monica Gough

Rhode (short for Rodolph?) Manley

Ann Manley

Martha Manley

John Manley

Mary Manley

"Tom" Manley

"Bazil"  Manley

Matthew Manley

Ellenor Fenwick

Elizabeth Fenwick, Jr.

Benjamin Fenwick

Elizabeth Fenwick prob. m. to John Fenwick

Mary Ann Fenwick

Richard Fenwick prob. m. to Helena Fenwick

Henrietta Fenwick

Ann Fenwick

Ignatius Fenwick

Mary Fenwick

Dorothea Fenwick

Cuthbert Fenwick

Elizabeth Jarber [prob. did not m. John III]

Elizabeth Milbourne

Elizabeth Stiles

Elizabeth Hogan

Elizabeth Brewer

Elizabeth Carpenter [prob. did not m. John III]

[source:  LMGA Exhibit R1H pages 5-7]

 

(1760-NVAMD-022.000) In 1769 the following new members of interest were added to the list of 1768 for St. Inigoes Mission:

Mary Gough

Stephen Gough

Molly Leigh

William Leigh

Elizabeth Dasson

Elizabeth Redmon

[source:  LMGA Exhibit R1H pages 5-7]

 

(1760-NVAMD-023.000) An Elizabeth Hall (exp. of Benjamin and Anna Hall) appeared for Catechism/Confirmation on 29 February 1768 at the St. Inigoes Mission.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit R1H page 5]

 

(1760-NVAMD-024.000) Thomas Manley m. Ann Tear (d/o John & Mary Tear) (first marriage) sometime before 1768 in St. Mary's co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-025.000) Anastasia Gough, future wife of Rodolph Manley, was born in 1760 in St. Mary's co., MD

[source:  LMGA Exhibit H1E]

 

(1760-NVAMD-026.000) In 1765 the Loudon co., VA tithtables record that Henry Potter and Phillis Manly (Phillis Manley) were tithable as two persons (presumably living together).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G22H page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-027.000) In 1765 the Loudon co., VA Clerk's fee book recorded chargeable services rendered for Harrison Manley and wife, both of Fairfax co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G23H page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-028.000) On 04 August, 1767 the court of Prince William co., VA orders that 300 acres of land be entered for "Harrison on Manley".

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D4H page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-029.000) James Rawling (James Rollins, James Rawlings), of Hanover co., VA buys 200 acres from William Garrett, recorded on 17 August, 1765 in Spotsylvania co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D4H page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-030.000) Phillis Manly (Phillis Manley) appeared on the Loudon co., VA tithing tables in 1765.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C20H page 3]

 

(1760-NVAMD-031.000) On 13 October, 1763 Harrison Manley owned 147 acres of land located at Loudon co., VA with keywords: Samuel Tillett, John Hereford, George West and John Littlejohn.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D79H pages 2 and 3]

 

(1760-NVAMD-032.000) On 10 June 1767 in Fairfax co., VA Sarah Manley witnesses the will of Hugh West being probated. Decedent has daughters Sybil, Jemima, Sarah and an unborn child.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D27H page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-033.000) Daniel French, with wife Penelope, now resided in King George co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D35H page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-034.000) On 1767 at Fauquier co., VA Sarah Lewis was executor of estate of William Lewis and as such brings suit against Minor Winn. She indicates that she has daughters Sibby West (Sibba West - Cybil West - Sybil West), Sarah Manly (Sarah Manley), Mary Peake (Mary Pike - Mary Peak). John Peake (John Peak - John Pike) was listed as husband of Mary Peake same and as co-executor.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D35H page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-035.000) On 20 January, 1765 at Spotsylvania co., VA Zachary Lewis, who m. Mary Waller, expired testate with issue:

            Ann Lewis

            Mary Lewis

            John Lewis b. 18 October 1729 d.12 September 1780

            Zachary Lewis b. 06 Mary 1731 exp. 21 July 1803

Elizabeth Lewis

            Mourning Lewis

            Lucy Lewis

            Dorothea Lewis

            Waller Lewis b. 12 September 1739 d.

            Benjamin Lewis b. 16 June 1744 d.

And was survived by his widow Mary Waller.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D217H page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-036.000) On 06 June, 1769 at Loudon co., VA William West writes a will indicating issue:

            Thomas West

            Charles West m. Anne ? West issue: Elizabeth West

            Anne West Peyton m. ? Peyton issue: Craven Peyton, Margaret Peyton, William Peyton, Francis Peyton

And grandchild Charles West. Indicates he owned land that included "north fork of bull run" and straddled county lines of Loudon and Prince William. Persons residing on this land at this time were John Alison (John Allison), Simon Simoson (Simon Simson - Simon Simpson - Simon Simmons) and Moses Lasswell. Additional lands owned in Fairfax co., VA.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D221H page 3]

 

(1760-NVAMD-037.000) On 04 January, 1763 at Prince George’s co., MD John Manley was listed in the inventory of Jonathon Simmons (Jonathan Simmonds - Jonathan Simmonds) as being indebted and paid to same. Executrix was named Elisabeth Simmons (Elizabeth Simmons – Elisabeth Simmonds).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 9 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-038.000) On 25 June, 1761 at Prince George’s co., MD Samuel Lewis was recorded as residing at his plantation on the Eastern Branch near Bladensburg, MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 22 page 3]

 

(1760-NVAMD-039.000) On 1769 at Loudon co., VA Ephraim Oliphant and John Oliphant were recorded on Craven Peyton’s list of VA tithables.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 44 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-040.000) On 1760 at Occoquan Fairfax co., VA Paul Turley was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-041.000) On 1765 at Colchester Fairfax co., VA Paul Turley was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-042.000) On [1766, 1769] at Pohick Fairfax co., VA Paul Turley was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-043.000) On 1760 at Occoquan Fairfax co., VA James Turley was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-044.000) On [1766, 1769] at Colchester Fairfax co., VA James Turley was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-045.000) On [1765, 1766] at Colchester Fairfax co., VA Sampson Turley, son of John Turley, was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-046.000) On 1768 at Pohick Fairfax co., VA Sampson Turley, son of John Turley, was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-047.000) On [1765, 1768] at Colchester Fairfax co., VA Mrs. Jean Turley, widow of John Turley, was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded her cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-048.000) On 1768 at The Falls Fairfax co., VA Ignatius Turley, son of Paul Turley, was recorded as a proprietor in the tobacco business and recorded his cask mark.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 92 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-049.000) On 1768 at Loudon co., VA Obadiah Oliphant and John Oliphant were both recorded as residing there in the Loudon co., VA tithtable list (no Parish name recorded).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 101 page 2]

 

(1760-NVAMD-050.000) On 02 July, 1764 at Annapolis, MD the honorable Daniel Dulany, esquire (Daniel Delaney – Daniel Delany – Daniel Dulaney) departed for Patuxent to board the Wilson, commanded by William Johnson, bound for London, England. He was accompanied by the only son of the late Governor Ogle and his own eldest son (this could be Cavan Delaney)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 118 page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-051.000) On 09 July, 1761 at MD John Manby, esquire, a collector for his Majesty’s Customs on the eastern shore of VA, was charged with running away with his bail in Accomack co., VA. He was reported to be about age 50 and born in Yorkshire, England. The news article reports that he has a wife in London, England. He was purported to have a son who was an officer in a foot regiment in England.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit temp 118 page 1]

 

(1760-NVAMD-052.000) On 1761 at Fairfax co., VA the following persons or accounts appear on the rent roll:

            Heirs of Hugh West

            John West, Senior

            Heirs of John Manly (John Manley wmII)

            James Turley

            Captain John Turley

            Sampson Turley

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D232H page 3]

 

Region 5 - EMDVA - Eastern MD and DE and VA east of Chesapeake Bay

 

(1760-EMDVA-001.000) On 14 March, 1764 J. Manby (John Manley - Jonathan Manley), Collector for Accomack co., VA, writes a notice from the Custom House at Port Accomack regarding the discovery of a whale on Hog Island.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G13H page 2]

 

(1760-EMDVA-002.000) Rebecah Manley (Rebekah Manley - Rebecca Manley) was listed as next of kin in inventory of estate of Sampson George (Samson George) on 16 June, 1761 in Cecil co., MD; Sampson George same expiring on 24 October, 1760. Executors were Sarah George (poss. Sarah George Manley), Nicholas George (poss. Nicholas George Manliy - Nicholas George Manley - Nicholas Manley), and Sampson Carrier.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D39H page 8 and M14H page 2]

 

(1760-EMDVA-003.000) Rebeccah Manley (Rebekah Manley - Rebeca Manley) was listed as next of kin in inventory of estate of Mr. Nicholas George on 26 May, 1761 in Cecil co., MD. Executor was Nicholas George. Appraisers were listed as Francis Mauldin and Wiliam Bristow.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D39H page 9]

 

(1760-EMDVA-004.000) On 07 May 1762 William Manley witnesses a will being probated for Francis Mauldin in Cecil co., MD.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D29H page 1 and 2]

 

(1760-EMDVA-005.000) In 1763 John Manley of Cecil co., MD was assessed an alienation of property fee.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T2H page 4]

 

(1760-EMDVA-006.000) In 1764 John Manly (John Manley) of Cecil co., MD owned 31 slaves and 1083 acres.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T1H page 1]

 

(1760-EMDVA-007.000) John Mainley (John Manley) expired on 04 April, 1764 in Cecil co., MD with next of kin listed as Robert Manley and James Manley. Executrix was Elisabeth Manley (Elizabeth Manley).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D39H page 6]

 

(1760-EMDVA-008.000) John Manly (John Manley) of Cecil co., MD mentions wife Elizabeth in will written 17 January, 1764 and expired with issue:

            Jacob Manley (eldest)

            John Manley

            Sarah Manley

William Cox was a witness.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D28H page 1]

 

Region 6 - MISSO - Within the confines of the State of MO

Region 7 - INDIA - Within the confines of the State of IN

Region 8 - KANSA - Within the confines of the State of KS

Region 9 - CALIF - Within the confines of the State of CA

Region 10 - COLOR - Within the confines of the State of CO

Region 11 - GEORG - Within the confines of the State of GA

Region 12 - ENGLA - Within the confines of England proper (not including UK states)

Region 13 - NEWJE - Within the confines of the State of NJ

 

(1760-NEWJE-001.000) On abt. 02 August, 1769 Freegift Stout

b. at NJ (s/o David Stout and Rebecca Ashton)

expired testate with issue:

            Jediah Stout m. Philena Chamberlain

            Freegift Stout, Junior (Freegift Stout II) (male)

b. [] m. Elizabeth Stout (d/o David Stout s/o Jonathan Stout s/o Richard Stout)

d.

            James Stout m1 ? Mattison (d/o Jacob Mattison)

m2. Rachel Higgins

            Joshua Stout m. ? Haines

            Obadiah Stout m. Mary McBride

            Isaac Stout bapt. 1740 b. []

m. abt. 30 September, 1765 Mary Quimby

            Sarah Stout Oliphant (Sarah Oliphant)

b. []

m. Ephraim Oliphant

exp. issue: John Oliphant

b. 1750

m. Hannah Amos issue: Rachel Oliphant

m. Thomas West.

            Mary Stout Chamberlain (Mary Chamberlain)

b. []

m. Richard Chamberlain

d.

            Rebeckah Stout Taylor

(Rebeckah Taylor - Rebecca Taylor - Rebeckah Stout - Rebecca Stout)

b. []

m. Edward Taylor

d.

            Rachel Stout Rounsavell (Rachel Rounsavell)

b. []

m. Richard Rounsavell, Junior

d.

With wife Mary Higgins (d/o Jediah Higgins and Mary Newbold) (Jediah Higgins same s/o Richard Higgins and Mary Yates issue: Jonathan Higgins, Benjamin Higgins, Mary Higgins, Eliakim Higgins, Jediah Higgins same, Zerah Higgins, Thomas Higgins, Lydia Higgins, Rebecca Higgins - Rebeckah Higgins, Ruth Higgins and Sarah Higgins) b. ? exp. {before date of will codicil}  m. 12 May, 1684 at Burlington, NJ. Indicates in will that he purchased a plantation in NJ from James Oliphant.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M110E pages 1 through 9 and Exhibit M121H page 2]

 

(1760-NEWJE-002.000) On 14 May, 1760 at Amwell, Hunterdon co., NJ Joseph Stout (m. Marey Stout) expired testate with least issue:

            Elilah Stout (Elijah Stout)

            Beniaiah Stout (Benjamin Stout)

            x minors

And was witnessed by Joseph Higgins, James Young and John Ringo. On 17 June, 1760 inventory was made by Joseph Higgins, Sr. and Joseph Higgins, Jr.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D218H page 3]

 

(1760-NEWJE-003.000) The following "Stout" marriages occured at NJ:

            On 06 March, 1764 Mary Stout of Monmouth co. m. Herrich Benjamin of Morris

            On 11 December, 1765 Benjamin Stout, Jr. of Hunterdon co.

m. Elizabeth Anderson of Amwell

            On 06 May, 1768 David Stout of Amwell m. Mercy Vaughn of Monmouth Cty

            On 29 March, 1760 Elisha E. Stout (Elisha Stout) of Shrewsbury co.

m. Lidy Johnston of Shrewsbury Cty

            On 30 September, 1765 Isaac Stout of Amwell m. Mary Quimby of Amwell

            On 11 December, 1765 Joseph Stout of Hunterdon co. m. Theodosia Hoff of Kingwood

            On 24 October, 1767 Nathan Stout of Amwell m. Esther Ketcham of Monmouth Cty

            On 04 June, 1764 Nathaniel Stout of Hunterdon co. m. Sarah Skillman

            On 16 November, 1767 Peter Stout of Middletown m. Charity Williams of Freehold

            On 06 April, 1761 Robert Stout of Monmouth co.

m. Catherine Ellison (Katherine Ellison) of Monmouth Cty

            On 11 October, 1762 Zebulon Stout of Somerset m. Sarah Stout of Amwell

            On 02 April, 1765 Hannah Stout m. James Wikoff (James Wickoff) of Hunterdon Cty

            On 18 January, 1764 Rachel Stout of Middletown m. James Patterson of Middletown

            On 25 July, 1764 Rachel Stout of Hunterdon co. m. James Fitch of Hunterdon Cty

            On 12 October, 1761 Leah Stout m. Samuel Taylor of Middletown

            On 05 October, 1763 Rebecca Stout of Middletown m. Alexander Grant of New York

[source:  LMGA Exhibit M113H page 4 through page 7]

 

Region 14 - SESCA - Southeastern SC

Region 15 - TEXAS - Within the confines of the State of Texas

Region 16 - WSTVA - Within the confines of West VA and Western VA and Eastern Ohio

Region 17 - ILLINO - Within the confines of the State of IL

Region 18 - IOWA - Within the confines of the State of IA

 

1770-1779

 

(1770-northcarolina-001.000) Land certificates were issued to the following persons, all of NC, for service in the Revolutionary War:

Allen Manley

Littleton Manley

Moses Manley

Moses Manley

William Manley

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 3]

 

(1770-northcarolina-002.000) Private Benjamin Ray of NC served in the 5th Regiment commanded by Colonel Edward Buncombe in the Revolutionary War.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 5 and page 15]

 

(1770-northcarolina-003.000) Private Moses Manly (Moses Manley - Morris Manly) of NC served in the 10th Regiment commanded by Colonel Abraham Shepard in the Revolutionary War. He later had a claim settled for his service. He was also later rewarded a pension for his service (this may be the result of the claim filed).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 7 and page 18 and page 32 and page 35]

 

(1770-northcarolina-004.000) Private Allen Manley (Allen Manly) of NC served in Armstrong's Company of the 10th Regiment commanded by Colonel Abraham Shepard in the Revolutionary War. His time of service was from either 01 April, 1779 to 01 April, 1782 or 06 May, 1781 to 01 April, 1782. He or his heirs received a voucher for land for his service. His wife, Jane Manley, later received a land grant for his service.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 8 and page 20 and page 25]

 

(1770-northcarolina-005.000) Soldier William Manly (William Manley) of NC served in The NC Continental Line in the Revolutionary War. He received a voucher for land for his service. He would later receive a land grant based on that voucher.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 12 and page 20 and page 23]

 

(1770-northcarolina-006.000) Soldier Solomon Manly (Solomon Manley) of NC served in The NC Continental Line in the Revolutionary War. His wife, Anna Manley later received a land grant for his service.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 13 and page 22]

 

(1770-northcarolina-007.000) Soldier Mark Manly (Mark Manley) of NC served in The NC Continental Line in the Revolutionary War. His wife, Libba Archer, later received a land grant for his service.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 13 and page 24]

 

(1770-northcarolina-008.000) Soldier James Raulens (James Rawlings - James Rawlins - James Rollins - James Rollens) received a land grant for his earlier (as here dated) service in the NC Continental Line in the Revolutionary War.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 27]

 

(1770-northcarolina-009.000) Soldier Gabriel Manly (Gabriel Manley) has claims (apparently 2, at least 1) settled for service in the NC Continental Line in the Revolutionary War.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W6H page 29 and page 33]

 

(1770-virginia-010.000) Secretary of War recorded and other sources indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Moses Harrison Rollins (Moses Rollens - Moses Rawlins - Moses Rawlings - Moses Harrison Rollens - Moses Harrison Rawlins - Moses Harrison Rawlings)

David Ray (David Wray)

Frederick Ray (Frederick Wray)

Matthew Ray (Matthew Wray)

John Mandley (John Mandly - John Manley)

Ancil Manley (Ancil Manly)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W5H pages 1 through 7 and Exhibit W9H pages 2 through 5]

 

(1770-virginia-011.000) A series of record volumes known as War indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

John Manley (John Manly)

James Manley (James Manly)

Richard Manley (Richard Manly)

Charles Rollings (Charles Rollins - Charles Rollens - Charles Rawlins - Charles Rawlings)

Richard Rawlings (Richard Rawlins - Richard Rollins - Richard Rollens)

William Rawlings (William Rawlins - William Rollins - William Rollens)

John Rollin (John Rollins - John Rawlins - John Rawlings)

James Rollin (James Rollins – James Rawlins - James Rawlings)

William Ray (William Wray)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W5H page 4 and Exhibit W9H page 2 and Exhibit W10 page 4 through 7]

 

(1770-virginia-012.000) The following persons all of VA received bounty warrants for land for service in the Revolutionary War:

Thomas Rawlings (Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollins - Thomas Rollens)

Thomas Rollins (Thomas Rawlings - Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollens)

Moses Rawlings (Moses Rawlins - Moses Rollins - Moses Rollens)

Moses Rawlings (Moses Rawlins - Moses Rollins - Moses Rollens) 2 Moses' or 2 warrants.

Benjamin Oliphant (Benjamin Olephant)

Andrew Ray (Jesse Wray)

Benjamin Ray (John Wray)

Thomas Ray (Thomas Wray)

David Ray (David Wray)

Daniel Rollins (Daniel Rawlins - Daniel Rawlings - Daniel Rollens)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H pages 5 and 6 and Exhibit W9H page 5]

 

(1770-virginia-013.000) As of 01 March, 1777 Private John Mandley (John Mandly - John Manley) was listed as a deserter from Lewis's Company (Davies's Company).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W8H page 5]

 

(1770-virginia-014.000) War Department records indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Thomas Rawlings (Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollins - Thomas Rollens)

William Rawlings (Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollins - Thomas Rollens)

Howell Rawlings (Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollins - Thomas Rollens)

Jesse Rawlins (Jesse Rawlings - Jesse Rollins - Jesse Rollens)

Richard Rawlins (Richard Rawlings - Richard Rollins - Richard Rollens)

William Rawlins (William Rawlings - William Rollins - William Rollens)

Thomas Rollins (Thomas Rawlings - Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollens)

David Ray (David Wray)

Jesse Ray (Jesse Wray)

John Ray (John Wray) - served at Valley Forge in 1778. See Region Region 3, EVANC

Matthew Ray (Matthew Wray)

Philip Ray (Philip Wray - Phillip Ray - Phillip Wray)

Thomas Ray (Thomas Wray)

William Ray (William Wray)

Jacob Wray (Jacob Ray)

John H. Wray (John H. Ray - John Wray - John Ray)

John Wray (John Ray)

Philip Wray (Philip Ray - Phillip Wray - Phillip Ray)

Richard Wray (Richard Ray)

William Wray (William Ray)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W5H pages 5 through 7 and Exhibit W8H pages 2 through 4 and Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-015.000) A published source indicates that James Manly (James Manley) of VA served in the Revolutionary War.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 4]

 

(1770-virginia-016.000) The following persons all of VA filed claims that were rejected for service in the Revolutionary War:

Isaac Rawlings (Isaac Rawlins - Isaac Rollins - Isaac Rollens)

Moses Rawlings (Moses Rawlins - Moses Rollins - Moses Rollens)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-017.000) Contemporaneous VA Council Journals indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

? Rawlings

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6

 

(1770-virginia-018.000) The Illinois Papers indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Stephen Rawlings (Stephen Rawlins - Stephen Rollins - Stephen Rollens)

Edward Rawlings (Edward Rawlins - Edward Rollins - Edward Rollens)

Moses Rawlings (Moses Rawlins - Moses Rollins - Moses Rollens)

John Ray (John Wray)

Joseph Ray (Joseph Wray)

James Ray, Captain (James Wray - Captain James Wray - Captain James Ray)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-019.000) The Chesterfield Supplement indicates that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Reuben Rawlings (Reuben Rawlins - Reuben Rollins - Reuben Rollens)

Charles Rollins (Charles Rollens - Charles Rawlins - Charles Rawlings)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-020.000) The Journal of the House of Delegates indicates that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Thomas Rawlings (Thomas Rawlins - Thomas Rollins - Thomas Rollens)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-021.000) Contemporaneous VA Journal of the House Delegates indicates that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

Andre Ray (Andre Wray)

Richard Ray (Richard Wray)

James Rollin (James Rollins - James Rollens - James Rawlins - James Rawlings)

Moses Rollins (Moses Rollens - Moses Rawlins - Moses Rawlings)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-022.000) VA auditors papers indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

James Ray (James Wray)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

(1770-virginia-023.000) Records of Petitions to the State Legislature indicates that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War.

Moses Rollin (Moses Rollins - Moses Rawlins - Moses Rawlings) of "Wood" County, VA (Wood co., VA)

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 7]

 

Region 1 - SWEKY - Southwestern Kentucky

Region 2 SWCAR Southwestern Carolinas

 

(1770-SWCAR-001.000) On 04 April, 1769 John Manley petitions for 200 acres of land in Berkley co., SC.

[source: LMGA Exhibit L9H page 4]

 

(1770-SWCAR-002.000) On 02 October abt. 3 a.m. local time, 1772 Moses Yarborough, late of St. Mark's Parish, Craven co., SC expired testate nuncupative with issue:

 

                ...of Moses and Frances Yarborough:

            Elizabeth Yarborough b. [] (eldest child)

            Jilson Yarborough b. [] (male)

 

                ...of previous wife and Moses Yarborough:

            Elizabeth Yarborough b. []

            Ann Yarborough b. []

            William Yarborough b. []

 

                ...of current wife and previous husband:

            William Moore b. []

            George Moore b. []

He was survived by a widow Frances Moore-Yarborough. Land bequeathed to last two children was plantation on Little River, a branch of Salydy, next to John Box, Quinta Hall, John Manly (John Manley), and James Harvey. Witnesses: David Cradocks (illiterate), Frances Harvey (illiterate) and Samuel Wharton. Portions of primary source lost.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D74H page 4]

 

(1770-SWCAR-003.000) On 22 July, 1777 a Manley countersigns for military prisoners receiving orders for a courts martial in North Carolina.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 16]

 

(1770-SWCAR-004.000) On 12 January, 1779 William Manley writes a letter to Captain John Ashe, Jr. regarding the matter of Nogg and Campbell, in which an account with them was settled (regarding what is unclear). Keywords are: Mr. Bloodworth, Captain William Jones, Captain Ellis and Mr. Devane.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 36]

 

(1770-SWCAR-005.000) On 01 March, 1771 John Manly (John Manley) assigned duty aboard the "Sloop Judy" by the Colonial government of NC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit G10H page 6]

 

(1770-SWCAR-006.000) On 12 April, 1775 a conveyance of some kind was described as being from John McLeod and wife nomen nescio to John Manly (John Manley), by Duncan McNabb.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit D51H page 3]

 

(1770-SWCAR-007.000) On 03 December, 1771 John Manly (John Manley) makes petition for 150 acres land in SC.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L6H page 2]

 

(1770-SWCAR-008.000) On [1778, 1779] John Manley lives in the Ninety Six District of SC in the upper part of the middle division between Broad and Saludy rivers.

[source: LMGA Exhibit C1007H pages 1, 2, 3, and 4]

 

(1770-SWCAR-009.000) On [1770, 1820] John Manley patented three tracts of land in the Ninety Six District of SC for 143, 326 and 325 acres with locations; On waters of Little River, Beaverdam Branch of Little River and Branch of Little River respectively.

[source: LMGA Exhibit L7H page 2]

 

(1770-SWCAR-010.000) In 1779 the following persons appear from Resident records (as residents) at the Old 96th District of SC:

John Oliphant

John Manley

James Ray

James Ray

Thomas Ray

James Higgins

Newton Higgins

Benjamin Harrison

James Harrison

James Harrison

Thomas Harrison

[source: LMGA Exhibit G4E]

 

(1770-SWCAR-011.000) On 24 February, 1774 John A. Walker (John Walker) m. Jane Oliphant at Berkeley co., SC

[source: LMGA Exhibit M3E]

 

(1770-SWCAR-012.000) On 10 February, 1774 John Walter m. Jenny Oliphant at Charleston, SC

[source: LMGA Exhibit M3E]

 

(1770-SWCAR-013.000) On 11 April, 1775 at Anson co., SC John McLeod and wife convey something to John Manly (John Manley). Duncan McNabb mentioned.

[source: LMGA Exhibit temp 39 page 2]

 

Region 3 EVANC Eastern Borders of VA and NC

 

(1770-EVANC-001.000) On 11 October, 1776 The Virginia Gazette advertised a sale of land on the north side of the Roanoke River near Eaton's Ferry, otherwise known as Rawling's Ferry in the upper end of Northampton co., NC. The land sale was from the estate sale of William Eaton, junior. Executor was William Eaton (presumably William Eaton III).

[source:  LMGA Exhibit N12H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-002.000) Tithing tables for Norfolk co., VA show the following entries through the 1770's:

            At From Great Bridge to Edmond's Bridge and New Mill Creek,

taken on 10 June, 1770;

            David Manning (David Manley) and son Reuben Manning (Reuben Manley);

2 dependents and 66 acres

            John Mercer, Junior and John Manning (John Manley);

6 dependents and 1202 1/2 acres

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads, taken on 11 June, 1770;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley)

one dependent 80 acres

            Charles Manning (Charles Manley)

one dependent no land

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads,

taken on 10 June, 1771;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley) and Josiah Phillips

two dependents 80 acres

            Joshua Manning (Joshua Manley) one dependent no land

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads,

taken on 10 June, 1773;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley)

one dependent no record

            At Norfolk co., VA,

taken in1773;

            Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley)

one dependent land not recorded

            At From Great Bridge to Edmond's Bridge and New Mill Creek

taken on 10 June, 1774

            David Manning (David Manley) and son Thomas Manning (Thomas Manley)

2 dependents land not recorded            

            At Edmonds Bridge to Upper Inhabitants of Norfolk co., VA,

St. Brides Parish, including both roads,

taken on 10 June, 1774;

            Jonathan Manning (Jonathan Manley) and negro Cudda

2 dependents no record

This abstraction from an indexing source was exhaustive only for the given names Thomas and Jonathan of the Manning extended family. There were many others.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit C19H pages 2 through 47]

 

(1770-EVANC-003.000) On x element of [18 January 1784, 18 February 1784, . . . , 18 December 1784] at (possibly Hyde co., NC) a sale of the estate of John Smith occurs in which James Rawlings (James Rollins - James Rawlins) was party.  Proven in court at Newbern, NC on 16 May, 1773 before witness or Court Clerk Joseph Leech. Note: the Newbern district was in Pitt co., NC. The dates here are confusing – need to validate.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D90H pages 6 and 7]

 

(1770-EVANC-004.000) In abt. August, 1779 portions of the estate of James Baldwin (presumably deceased) were sold to: William Oliphant. Others present are: Silvester Wilson, Joseph Baldwin, John Wilson, B. Jones, S. Willson (S. Wilson), Stephen Smith, Margaret Baldwin.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D89H page 8]

 

(1770-EVANC-005.000) In abt. August, 1779 portions of the estate of James Baldwin (presumably deceased) were sold to: William Oliphant at Bladen co., NC with witness John White. Others present are: Silvester Wilson, Joseph Baldwin, John Wilson, B. Jones, S. Willson (S. Wilson), Stephen Smith, Margaret Baldwin.

[source: LMGA Exhibit D90H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-006.000) In 1772 at Hertford co., NC James Maney was present (possibly signing with Stephen Williamson, Nicholas Maget (Nicholas Magget) and James Skinner as a witness to the probating of a document for Charles Skinner).

[source: LMGA Exhibit D88H page 6]

 

(1770-EVANC-007.000) Absalom Manly (Absalom Manley – Richard Manley) in Randolph co., NC in 1779 was on Joseph Hind's list of "Persons that failed or refused to return Inventories of their taxable property, assessed fourfold".

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T11H pages 1 through 4]

 

(1770-EVANC-008.000) Littlejohn Manley was tax liable in Hertford co., NC in 1779.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T5H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-009.000) Absalom Manley (Richard Manley) was tax liable in Randolph co., NC in 1779.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-010.000) Henry Manley was tax liable in Dobb co., NC in 1779.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-011.000) James Manley was tax liable in Dobb co., NC in 1779.

[source:  LMGA Exhibit T4H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-012.000) On 18 April, 1771 James Manly (James Manley) received a land patent in Dobbs co., NC with keywords: Fauling Creek (Falling Creek), Dees Meadow Branch (Dee's Meadow Branch), John Carway (John Carroman - John Carroway).

[source: LMGA Exhibit L2H page 2]

 

(1770-EVANC-013.000) On 22 May, 1772 Hardy Crawford received a land patent in Dobbs co., NC with keywords: Fawling Creek (Falling Creek), James Reads Mill Branch, James Manly (James Manley).

[source: LMGA Exhibit L2H page 3]

 

(1770-EVANC-014.000) On 22 December, 1774 Alexander Elmsly in London, England writes to Samuel Johnston in NC describing the political situation in England. He relates that Sir Jos. Manley (Joseph Manley - Sir Joseph Manley) supports the colonists move for independence and has recently lost his seat in Parliament representing the County of Surrey, England. He had previously represented the borough of Southwark, England. Political climate in England appeared to be moving toward a firmer stance against those supporting independence, or the 'Rights of the Colonies', both in England and America.

[source: LMGA Exhibit G10H pages 14 and 15]

 

(1770-EVANC-015.000) John Ray (John Wray) enlisted in Crump's Company (Sayre's Company) on 23 March, 1777 at Middlebrook, VA. Keywords are: Lawson's Company, Payne's Company, Morristown, Colonel Parker, Brunswick co., VA, Valley Forge. A claim for his service was later filed from Brunswick co., VA.

[source: LMGA Exhibit W8H page 5]

 

(1770-EVANC-016.000) Secretary of War records indicate that the following persons all of VA served in the Revolutionary War:

James Ray (James Wray) of Franklin co., VA

[source:  LMGA Exhibit W10H page 6]

 

Region 4 - NVAMD - Northern VA and Western MD

 

(1770-NVAMD-001.000) Patented Certificate 2248 was issued on 05 October, 1775 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Walters Addition, Walken Gibbins, 35 Acres

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]

 

(1770-NVAMD-002.000) Unpatented Certificate 204 was issued on 14 October, 1794 at Prince George's co., MD for lot name and holder Lot No. 47 Evaluated, Ignatius Fenwick,

[source:  LMGA Exhibit L1E]