James CHESTON, William GOODWIN, Milcah GOODWIN, Michael PUE, Eleanor DORSEY, Joshua DORSEY, Elijah GAITHER vs Edward DORSEY Caleb DORSEY, dec'd, of Anne Arundel Co, MD (Elkridge), Iron Master d/ Rebecca RIDGELY d/ Mary PUE d/ Mileah DORSEY d/ Eleanor DORSEY d/ Peggy Hile DORSEY d/ Priscilla DORSEY s/ Edward DORSEY s/ Samuel DORSEY granddaughters - Priscilla PUE and Elisabeth Goodwin DORSEY Edward DORSEY was the son and adm/of Samuel DORSEY of Caleb. Caleb owned an enormous amount of land and a multitude of slaves. Land - "Caleb’s Delight Enlarged", 500 acres, in Frederick Co; - "Piles Delight", 500 acres, in Frederick Co; - "Moore’s Morning Choice", 100 acres, in Anne Arundel Co; - "First Discovery", 234 acres, in Anne Arundel Co; - "Second Discovery", 116 acres, in Anne Arundel Co; - "Grecian Siege", 412 acres, in Anne Arundel Co; - "Hockley", 100 acres, in Baltimore & Anne Arundel County. Richard RIDGELY was one of the buyers of multi tracts; he was appointed guardian of Edward DORSEY in 1789. Ruth DAVIS, surviving exec/of John DAVIS of Anne Arundel County, and Sarah w/o William SAUDERS were involved in land indenture.
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