Joshua HARP and w/ Eleanor, Thomas JOHNSON and w/ Honour, Joshua YOUNG and w/ Orphay, of Anne Arundel County, and William JONES and w/ Mary, and Eli MacKENZIE, of Frederick County vs Henry MacKENZIE of Frederick County and Daniel MacKENZIE of Anne Arundel County Daniel MacKENZIE, dec’d, of Anne Arundel County, had executed a warrant of a resurvey on tract "McKenzie’s Lot", lying in Frederick County, and added to it 1,520 acres of vacancy. Afterwards, he assigned the same to Charles CARROLL, esq, (since deceased), to whom a patent was issued which combined the entire acreage into tract Molly’s Fancy. The assignment was to secure payment from Daniel to Carroll. Daniel MacKENZIE d/ (will 3 Sep 1783; Sep 23, 1783), leaving widow - Mary (given all land in Anne Arundel Co) and 8 children, 1. Henry MacKENZIE 2. Daniel MacKENZIE - Anne Arundel county 3. Eli MacKENZIE 4. Aaron MacKENZIE - Anne Arundel county 5. Honour w/o Thomas JOHNSON - Anne Arundel county 6. Mary MacKENZIE, now w/o William JONES 7. Eleanor MacKENZIE, now w/o Joshua HARP - Anne Arundel county 8. Orphay w/o Joshua YOUNG - Anne Arundel county Daniel MacKENZIE, dec'd (age 66 on 7 Feb 1783), divided the land to his children (each to receive 100 acre plot on "Molly’s Fancy" in Frederick County; except Aaron who would receive all the Anne Arundel property upon his mother's death), and ordered so much of the said land as necessary be sold to be used for the payment of his debts. Executors were Henry MacKENZIE and Daniel MacKENZIE. Witnesses: Charles FOX, Robert BURGOON, Jeremiah JONES, David CUMMING. All of the complainants conveyed all their rights and interests to the executors on 12 Nov 1785 to facilitate the equal division. Charles CARROLL of Carrollton also made order for lands to be divided on the death of his father, Charles CARROLL, on deed bearing date of 20 Oct 1785 (except parts thereof conveyed by him and his father to Henry MacKENZIE and Daniel MacKENZIE, having secured the balance of the debt to Carroll). The remaining land, 93 acres, lying next to Andrew HAUN’s land and "Glaid (Glade) Spring", were to be divided as stated in Daniel MacKENZIE’s will; John LOGSDON was to survey the said lands as he did in five segments (metes and bounds for each section). Need court assistance to obtain the conveyances.
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