DANIEL BUZZARD Sr. d/ Jan 1815 intestate, of Baltimore County widow - Eleanor of Baltimore County and 8 children 1. Daniel BUZZARD - Baltimore County 2. Henry BUZZARD - Baltimore County 3. Mary w/o James BEVARD - Frederick County 4. Rachel w/o John FLUHART - Anne Arundel County 5. Nancy BUZZARD, a minor - Baltimore County 6. Eleanor BUZZARD, a minor - Baltimore County 7. Matthew BUZZARD, a minor - Baltimore County 8. David BUZZARD, a minor - Baltimore County The deceased had land in Baltimore, Frederick, Montgomery and Anne Arundel Counties. Guardian was Henry WAYMAN of AA County; trustee was Henry BUSSARD, and Joshua TODD as surety. Commissioners - William HOBBS, Richard DORSEY, James HOOD, Edward WARFIELD, and Henry WAYMAN. Public Sale was held 24 Jan 1817 which netted $4,992.25; tract “Meadow Mile” didn’t sell as bid was not high enough. Property sold to - John FLUHEART for 2 acres at $150; - Allen DORSEY for 4 acres at $165; - Samuel CLAREY for 116 acres at $988; - Jacob ZUCK for 1 acre at $140; - Allen DORSEY for 11 ½ acres at $258.75; also house & lot $660; - James BEVARD for 115 acres at $1,380; - Eleanor BUSSARD for 3 acres at $10.50; - Eleanor BUSSARD of Eleanor for 100 acres at $1,200. Land that didn’t sell included “Pleasant Meadow Mill”. Other tracts listed were: "Shivors Integrity", "Hobb’s _____" from William HOBBS; and "Parr’s Range" from RIDGELY and WAYMAN. A house and lot at Popular Springs in Anne Arundel County was sold to Adam DELAWDER for $1,005 on 25 Nov 1817.
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