ANDREW WORMAN, d/ 9 Oct 1811 intestate, leaving 7 children, 1. Moses WORMAN 2. John WORMAN 3. William WORMAN 4. Sarah w/o John LUKENPEEL 5. Susannah w/o John DUDDERRER 6. Margaret w/o Adam MYERS 7. Elizabeth, dec'd w/o Peter LUCKENPEEL - their child, .....Elizabeth LUKENPEEL (age 4 on 18 Mar 1813) Land - "Good Neighborhood", 1+ acres; - "Grove", 14 acres; - "Resurvey on Charles’ Choice", 118 acres; - "Level Farm", 245+ acres; - "Three Brothers", Lot 57 & space for “Tail Race” and Grist Mill; - "Resurvey on Cold Friday Morning", 137 acres; - "That as None", 2+ acres; - Wood Lot, and "Pleasant Fields", together 3+ acres. In addition to the Frederick County land, there were lots in Baltimore City - - Lot on west side of Hanover St, 62’ 10” south from SW corner of Lombard & Hanover Street, from Isaac TYSON on 1 Sep 1807 (Rec 95-179, Balt Co); - Lot# 176, SW corner Lombard & Hanover running down Hanover St south and west, undivided. Lots were divided into three sections with a combined value of $15,000. It was decided on 26 Mar 1813 that the land could not be equally divided because some parts would not have timber and other parts would be without water. One of the properties contained a Brick Mill. The first two sons did not elect to take the property; the third son William did so on 24 Apr 1814.
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