Thomas, William and Margaret DYER, adm/of Edward DYER, deceased vs Heirs of Thomas OGLE On 26 Jul 1787, judgment, of Thomas OGLE, George ADAMS and Valentine ADAMS for 917 pounds, 8 shillings and 2 pence cm and 731 pounds of tobacco, to be paid to Edward DYER. George and Valentine ADAMS were unable to pay the debt and Thomas OGLE had not paid the debt before his death either. Thomas OGLE, farmer, dec'd (will 6 Apr 1789; 18 Nov 1890) widow - Sybilla and 5 minor children, - Thomas OGLE - Margaret OGLE - Joseph OGLE - John OGLE - Mary OGLE (sons to be bound out at age 15 to learn trades) Executors were the widow and his friend, George Jacob SCHLY. Land - "Peace and Plenty" on Owens Creek (178+ acres with mill seat for widow‘s dower); - Lot# 54 in Frederick Town (1/4 part for widow’s dower). May 1788 - David McMECHEN, Alderman of the City of Annapolis, made oath that original bond on ammended judgements, dated 4 Jun 1787, was obtained for Edward DYER, as trustee for John HAMILTON and Samuel EDMONDSON, late officers of the Army. Edward DYER directed McMechon to pay Samuel EDMONDSON 388 dollars in certificates and all interest, with the balance to be paid to Hamilton. On 7 April 1794, Sybilla OGLE was named guardian over her minor children. Thomas BEATTY was High Sheriff at this time. Sybilla stated she has heard Thomas DYER has died but has no direct knowledge of this. On 19 May 1798, James DEAN, exec/of Thomas KERR, a creditor of Ogle’s, made application for Tobias BUTLER to be Trustee. A degree against Thomas BEATTY is mentioned in 1798 on a payment receipt. Jacob SIES, one of the creditors against Thomas Ogle was a blacksmith; 1784-1789, John PRUTSMAN sold grains, built a smokehouse and waggon repairs; in 1795, Eleanor DAVIDSON, executrix of John DAVIDSON‘s estate of Ann Arundel County, claimed monies for linen sales; 1782-1795, Daniel CASSELL, leather goods; Thomas SCHLEY Sr, now deceased, for cash loans from 1775 until 1781, filed on 21 Oct 1794; other creditors were Andrew BOYD in 1782 and Vachel STEVENS of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County in 1785. There is also a promisary note signed by Thomas Ogle of Delaware State to Christian COON dated Dec 1782 witnessed by David McMECHEN of Baltimore Town. Sale held on 11 Jul 1794 for tract on Owens Creek and on 5 Aug 1794 for part of lot in Frederick Town with highest bidders as Henry COON for 125 acres and Guy ELDER for 275 acres (not exactly specified as to which property). Also sold 13 acres and 1/4 acre known as Lot #7 of "Tasker’s Chance", conveyed to Ogle‘s heirs by Thomas BEATTY; and was purchased at sale by Sybilla OGLE for 314 pounds cm on 28 Mar 1801. On 11 May 1796, Margaret FISCHER, widow of Adam FISCHER, and executrix, claimed monies due from bond to her late husband against the estate of Thomas OGLE; said bond filed 15 Oct 1794.
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