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Francis WYNNE WINE "the Immigrant"

1645 - Mar 1681

ID Number: I81841

  • RESIDENCE: ENG and Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1645, Northhamptonshire, England
  • DEATH: Mar 1681, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2930]

Family 1 : Elizabeth HOLLAND?
  1. +Henry WYNNE WINE
  2.  Elizabeth WYNNE WINE
  3.  John WYNNE WINE

Notes


Elizabeth married Francis Wine who was b. 1635 (probably England) and died 1682 in Charles Co. MD. Her children were:
http://users.mstar2.net/clark4/fwine.htm
Author: Jerry L. Clark clark4@mstar2.net


Aka: Wine, Wyne. "mentioned as brother in test of Will 1673. V1-pg592


"Genealogies of Pennsylvania Familes, Volume II," Indexed by Thomas Hollowack and Eleanor Antoniak, Gen Publishing Co. 1982, Baltimore Md., LOC: 81-85694, Pg 313-316.


Notes of Francis Wyne, of Charles County, Maryland:


Francis Wyne is first mentioned in the Maryland records in the following items in "Land Office Patent Series" Liber 4: 584 as Follows:


"5th October 1660 William Marshall Enters rights as followeth Vizt. For Nicholas Grosse his transportation into this province in Anno 1651 and one other right by assignment from Humphrey Warren, and other right by assignment from Walter Beane which assignments are as followth:


I do assign Mary Bennett to serve William Marshall from the tenth day of December 1660 the full and just term of seven years according to the Conditions of the Indenture. Witness my hand this 20th day of February 1660
Witness Francis Wyne /s/ Humphrey Warren


I Walter Beane do assign and sett over my whole right Title and Interest of my Servant Francis Wyne unto William Marshall or his assigns. Witness my hand 29th September 1660.
Testes:
John Hatch Walter Beane / his mark
James Walker
Mem.m No warrant hath as yet been issued for the above rights."


Other entries relating to Francis Wyne are found in Charles County Court Proceedings in "Archives of Maryland, vol. liii:


"He was named as defendant in a suit at a court held 25 September 1661; witness on a power of attorney, dated 8 July 1662, from Thomas Stone to Edmond Lindsey; called a "cooper" in an apprenticeship contract with Thomas Maris 3 Oct1662; a "copper" also in assignment of a patent from William Codwell, 12May 1663. In a deposition, apparently dated 30 April 1664, but at latest 5 April 1665, he gave his age as "thirty years or thereabouts." On 25 April 1665 Francis Wine "Cooper" sells to Henry Hawkins for 10,000 pounds of tobacco and caske 700 Acres on the north side of the Potomac River and the West of the main fresh of the Wicomoco."


In those proceedings as reported in "Archives of Maryland, Vol. lx, Francis Wyne is mentioned in connection with two transactions:


"The deed from Eliza. Emanson to Francis Wyne, dated 16 June 1671 was printed, and at a Court held 8 August 1671 Eliza. Emanson Came & acknowledged to Francis Wine a parcel of land "Glover's Poynt" in Nangemy Creeke as by Convey: hereafter recorded may appeare. (CCLR E.45)


At a Court 10 Sept 1672 Francis Wyne Entreth this ensuing marke of a mare given to his daughter, vizt, one flower delence on his (sic) buttock.


He seems to have continued to prosper, for on 2 March 1679/80 this entry was made in "Land Office Patent" Liber WC#2: 100-101: Came Francis Wyne of Charles County and prod. rights to Three Hundred acres of Land for transporting George Goodman, Willm Harbinger, Francis Herman, Elizabeth Ealor, and Mary Gubins into this province to inhabit.
Warrant Then granted to Francis Wyne of Charles County for three hundred acres and fifty acres of land three hundred acres thereof are as aforegoing-fifty acres more due for transporting Jno. Curtis into this province to inhabit.


Francis Wyne was twice married. By his first wife whose name is not of record he had a son John Wyne, named in his Will. Sometime before 1672 Francis married Elizabeth Holland, for on 10 September 1672 he caused to be entered the mark on the mare he had give to his daughter. She was mentioned in his Will and in her Mother's Will. In the latter she was designated as Elizabeth Lewis of Great Britain.


When William Marshall made his Will 22 April 1673, he designated Francis Wyne, whom he called "brother", one of his executors. When Francis Wyne made his Will 14 November 1681, he owned two properties in Northamptonshire which he devised equially to his son Henry Wyne, then of London, and his daughter Elizabeth; and nine tracts in Charles County, Maryland, totaling 1134 acres, which he left to his son John Wyne. To Elizabeth (Holland) Wyne was left the residuary estate, real and personal, and she was named executrix. Francis Wyne's Will was proved 6 March 1682 in "Maryland Will Book" Vol ii: 173."


"Francis Wine is first found in Maryland as a servant, transported in 1660 (SK 4.584) his name appears in the Charles County Court of 1661 (CCLR 1.164) and is shown in 1679 as "Rights of Charles Co." (SK WC2.100-101). Beginning in 1663 several documents relate to assignment to Francis Wine for a tract called Johnson's Towne on the North side of the Potomac and West side of the main fresh of the Wicomico River. (CCLR B.18, 120, 229, 230, 231, 232)


25 Apr 1665; Francis Wine, cooper, appointed William Marshall as his Atty. (CCLR B.463)


25 Apr 1665; From Francis Wine, cooper to Henry Hawkins, Plante; tract on the North Side of the Potomac and West side of the main fresh of the Wicomico River; containing 700 Acres. (CCLR B.464)


07 Sep 1675; From Thomas Witter, palnter, and Mary his wife, to Francis Wine, Cooper; 300 acres Called Simpson's Delight (CCLR F.140)


06 Jun 1678; From Francis Wine, Gent., to Benjamin Roser, Esq.; Wassell of 200 Acres; Blockstitch of 100 acres; London of 100 Acres (CCLR H.10)


23 Sep 1680; Francis Wine patented Burton of 90 Acres in Charles Co. (SOM 28/116)


27 Sep 1680; Francis Wine patented Susquehanna of 37 acres in Charles Co. (SOM 28/123)


28 Sep 1680; Francis Wine patented Skidmore's Adventure of 37 acres in Charles Co. (SOM 28/127)


Will of Francis Wyne, Charles Co.; written 14 Nov 1681, probate 7 Mar 1682


To son Henry of London and hrs., 1/2 properties, viz., Ireland, Angell, and Pinwell Close in Northhamptonshire, England.


To Daughter Elizabeth and hrs, residue of above mentioned properties.


To Son John, sd properties in event of death of sd Henry or Eliza. without issue; also 300 acres Simpson's Delight; 200 acres Wassell; 100 acres London; 100 acres Blockstitch; 100 acres Glovers' Point; 200 acres Pithly; 90 acres Burton; 37 acres Skidmore's Adventures and 37 acres Susquehanna, all in Charles Co.


Wife Eliza., extx., and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal
Test; Geo Groves, Robt Price, Cleborn Lomax (MCW I.103; wills, 2.173)


Francis Wyne, Charles Co., 19 Apr 1682; inv. (I&A 7c.239).


Mr. James Beaumunt 7C.131 I CH #9448 Mar 30 1682
Appraisers: Humphrey Warren, Thomas Clypsham.
List of debts: Hugh French, Thoms Clipsham, William Barrett, Arthur Turner, Capt Josias Fendall, Mr. Richard Hubbard, Thomas Garrard, George Newman, capt David Edward, Dr. John Pearce, Thomas Hussey, Gerard Slye, John Fanning, Robert Doyne, Capt. Humphrey Warren, Mr. John Stone, Maj. John Wheeler, John Gouge, Anthony Neale, Henry Bonner, Richard Beaumont, William Boreman, Jr., Francis Wyne, Paul Burrowes, Samell Raspin, William Harper, William Browne, Cleborne Lomax, Capt. Diggs, Henry Belcher, Francis Maston, John Bradshawe, Robert Maston, John Turling, Hugh Gardner, Charles Parks (mariner) of London."


Wyne, Francis, Charles Co., 14th Nov., 1681; 6th Mch., 1682. To son Henry of London, and hrs., 1/2 of properties, viz., "Ireland," "Angell," and "Pinwell Closes,' in Northamptonshire, England. To dau. Eliza: and hrs., residue of above-mentioned properties. To son John, sd. properties in event of death of sd. Henry or Eliza: without issue; also 300 A., "Simpson's Delight;" 200 A. "Wassell;" 100 A. "London;" 100 A. "Blockstitch," 100 A. "Glowers' Point;" 200 A. "Pithly;" 90 A. "Burton;" 37 A., "Skidmore's Adventures,"and 37 A., "Susquehanna," all in Charles Co. Wife Eliza:, execx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal. Test: Geo. Groves, Robt. Price, Cleborne Lomax. MCW 2. 173.


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 277-278 Liber B


Thomas Morise desires the following be recorded: I, Thomas Morise of Portobacco, planter, bind myself to 2 years ending the 10th of October unto Francis Wine, cooper, to learn the trade and be employed by the said Wine only in the trade of cooper and to have Saturday afternoon to go where he pleases, returning Monday morning by 9 o'clock; Francis Wine promises to pay him 1800# of tobacco and cask at the expiration of the first year and 1800# at the end of the second year with a set of cooper tools which is understood to be only tools necessary to set up cask; 3 Oct 1662; /s/ Thomas Maris, Francis Wine; wit. Gerrard Fowkes, Clement Theoballs.
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 393 Liber B


Indenture; 31 Oct 1664; from Martin Mackenny, planter, to William Love, planter, for 7000# of tobacco in cask; 4800# down by bill; 2200# in 1665; a parcel of land on the west side of Portobacco Creek of 100 acres now occupied by Martin Mackeny and lately Francis Wine, cooper; /s/ Martin Mackenny; wit.
Abraham Rowse, James Mackey (mark)
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 448 Liber B - 13 Jun 1665
Henry Moore demands warrant against John Lumbroso and William Price; debt value of 2570# of tobacco and cask; subpoena for Daniell Johnson and Francis Wine; 13 Jun 1665
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 page 449 Liber B - 13 Jun 1665
Henry Moore brought the ensuing deposition for recording: Francis Wine, age ca 30 years, swore before William Marshall that to the best of his knowledge that the bill passed by John Nevill to Henry Moore was on the 30 Apr 1664 for 2570# of tobacco and cask; John Nevill's act and deed; bill made by Daniell Johnson; /s/ William Marshall
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Abstracts of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1679-1686 Libers 6, 7a, 7b, 8, compiled by V. L. Skinner, p. 45
Francis Wyne 8.56 A CH #76011 #76011 Jun 26 1683
Payments to: Hon. Philip Calvert, William Marshall, Mr. Edward Pye upon account of Col. Benjamin Rozer, Cleborne Lomax, Alexander Smith, George Grows, George Hodgeson.
Distribution to: executrix.
Executrix: Elisabeth Hawkins, wife of Henry Hawkins.
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William Thompson 6.682 I CH #11470 Nov 23 1679
Appraisers: Francis Wine, Robert Midleton.
List of debts: William Browne, Robert Hewet, Thomas Clipsham, Capt. Randall Blunt, Cleaborne Lomax, Edmund Dennis, Thomas Gibson, John Gouge, Richard Maston, John Lemare, Robert Middleton, John Fanning.
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James Pearse (merchant) 1.363 I #32523 Oct 18 1674
of Dartmouth in County of Devon.
Appraisers: Mr. Thomas Husey, Ignatius Causine.
List of debts: Mathew Stone, Samuell Sherrell, Thomas Waker, Francis Wyne, John
Allen, John Stone, John Wheeler, Clement Theobald, Richard Owen, Zachary Wade,
Thomas Hussey, Benjamin Rozer, Thomas Gerrard, Anne Fowke, William Barton,
Samuell Sewell, Philip Lyne, John Helem, Thomas Marie, Bennett Manegin, Thomas
Kilbourne, Henry Barnes, William Gough, Gerrard Browne, Elmond Taylor, Richard Beck,
Administrator: Benjamin Rozer.

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Frances ALDEN

ABT 1740 - ____

ID Number: I3793

  • RESIDENCE: Middlesex Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1740
  • RESOURCES: See: [S132] [S828]
Father: James ALDEN


Family 1 : Robert DUDLEY IV

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Dudley HARROD

1842 - ____

ID Number: I46466

  • RESIDENCE: of Franklin Co. KY & KS
  • BIRTH: 1842
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1659]
Father: Chapman HARROD
Mother: Nancy TYLER



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|--Dudley HARROD 
|  (1842 - ....)
|                                            _Charles TYLER III___+
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|                      _Charles TYLER ______|
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|                     |                     |_Anne HEREFORD ______+
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|_Nancy TYLER ________|
  (1802 - 1881) m 1823|
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                      |_Hanna_______________|
                        (1774 - 1833) m 1793|
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John HART

ABT 1760 - ABT Oct 1821

ID Number: I69241

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkes and Clarke Co. GA and 1803 Henderson Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1760, NC or Edgefield South Carolina
  • DEATH: ABT Oct 1821, Henderson Co. Kentucky [344200]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2644]
Father: Benjamin HART
Mother: Nancy (Anne) MORGAN


Family 1 : Patience LANE
  1.  Thomas HART
  2.  John J. HART
  3.  Nathaniel HART
  4.  Susanna HART
  5. +Polly Pierce (Pierre) HART
  6.  Rebecca HART
  7.  Rhoda (Rody) HART
  8.  Nancy HART
  9.  Kiziah HART

Notes


"WILL of John HART Henderson Co., KY 1821 (John Hart was the husband to Patience Lane, daughter of Jesse Lane & Winifred Aycock)


In the name of God Amen. I John Hart of the County of Henderson and state of Kentucky do ordain this my last Will and Testament revoking all others.


Item the 1st I give to my wife Patience Hart the following negroes Prince, Signal, Ben, Squire & Lucy which is to be intirely at her disposal during her life time. Which property after her death shall be disposed of the following manner. Lucy and her increas to be equally divided between Rhoda Hart and Polly Hart. Ben and Squire to be equally divided between Thomas Hart and John Hart.


Item 2. I give to my son Thomas Hart a negro Boy named Martin.


Item 3. I give to my son John Hart a negro boy named Hayden and a Bed and furniture.


Item 4. I give to my daughter Rebecca Hart a negro Girl named Harriet with a Bed and furniture.


Item 5. I give to my daughter {Rody (?)} Hart a negro Girl named Hannah with a Bed and furniture with a good Saddle.


Item 6. I give to my daughter Polly Hart a negro Girl nameed Melinda with a Bed and furniture and good Saddle.


Item 7. I give to my daughter Susanna Floyd one negro Girl named Eliza a Bed and furniture and Saddle which is already in her possession.


Item 8. I give to my two Grandsons John H. Standley and Nathaniel G. Standley two negroes named Bartlett and Aggy which negroes I purchased with their money and is to be taken in place of said money when they arrive of full age.


Item 9. I give to my daughter Nancy Jordon a negro Boy Shelby in addition to what I have already given her.


Item 10th. I give to my daughter Kiziah Sugg a negro Boy named Prince Edward on her paying to Lucy Standley a balance due from me to her of about Thirty Dollars.


Item 11th. I desire all my stock of every kind with the plantation Tools Kitchen furniture with the plantation to remain in possession of my wife Patience Hart her life time then is to be entirelly at her disposal.


Item12th. After the death of my wife Patience Hart I desire my land to be divided in the following manner. To run a line from the creek through the center of the land and Thomas Hart to have the South end and John J. Hart the other half.


Item 13th. I give all I own and intrest to a Legacy which is coming to me after the death of my brother Lemuel Hart to my two sons Thomas Hart and John Hart and their heirs.


Item14th. I do hereby appoint my two sons Thomas Hart and John J. Hart my Executors to this my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal the 29th day of June 1821.


Jno Hart (Seal)
Test.


Edmund Talbott
John Miller
Rich X(his mark) Spencer(?)


Item15th. Since signing of this will I have determined the negro boy Shelby willed to Nancy Jordon Shall be for her own proper use her lifetime and after her death to her children and to on be in any manner under the controle of her husband or to be taken in any way to pay his debts as witness my hand and seal this 16th day of October 1821.


John X(his mark) Hart (Seal)
Test.


Edmund Talbott
Rebecah Hart
Henderson County Ct.
October County Court 1821


The last will and Testament of John Hart decd was exhibited in Court and being proven as the manner is by the Oath of Edmund Talbott and John Miller subscribing witness thereto to be the Last Will and Testament of the said deceased and ordered to be recorded.


Test
A. Barbour CHCC
Whereupon the same is truely Recorded in my Office.
Will DeAllison


Refrence- Will Book B Henderson County, KY. Found on Microfilm at the Family History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, Roll # 0573177.


John Hart was the son of Benjamin Hart and Nancy Morgan. Nancy was known as a Revolutioanry War Herion, see her site at: NANCY MORGAN HART
John's wife Patience Lane was the daughter of Jesse Lane and Winifred Aycock , sister to John Lane who was the father of Gen. Joseph Lane. See: Gen. Joseph Lanes Ancestors
For Hart Research contact Barb Johnson at: Bejhart@earthlink.net.
Gen Joseph Lane's wife Polly was raised by the Harts, after she escaped an Indian Massacre which she witnessed her whole family killed. She first married John Hart's son Nathaniel Hart. To see the life of Polly go to Newspaper Article on POLLY"


Will Transcribed was by Heather W. Bowers, email Heather W. Bowers

[S2644]

[344200]
Will proved Oct 1821


                                                                 _Thomas HART I "the Immigrant"_____+
                                                                | (1660 - ....)                     
                        _Thomas HART II_________________________|
                       | (1700 - 1755) m 1730                   |
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 _Benjamin HART _______|
| (1740 - ....) m 1758 |
|                      |                                         _Thomas RHUYS RICE "the Immigrant"_+
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|                      |_Susannah RICE _________________________|
|                        (1700 - ....) m 1730                   |
|                                                               |_Marcy HEWES? _____________________
|                                                                 (1664 - 1722)                     
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|--John HART 
|  (1760 - 1821)
|                                                                _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN __________
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|                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) MORGAN of VA NC TN KY_|
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|_Nancy (Anne) MORGAN _|
  (1744 - 1840) m 1758 |
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Asa HUFFMAN


!LIVING

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This person is presumed living.

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Marie MOSES

ABT 1850 - ____

ID Number: I94445

  • RESIDENCE: Columbus, GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1850
  • RESOURCES: See: notes
Father: Raphael Jacob MOSES C.S.A.
Mother: Eliza MOSES


Notes


Raphael J. Moses died on October 13, 1893, in Brussels Belgium while on a pleasure trip with a daughter and her husband.

                                                     _Myer MOSES "the Immigrant"_
                                                    | (1750 - ....)              
                              _Isaac Clifton MOSES _|
                             | (1777 - 1834) m 1802 |
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 _Raphael Jacob MOSES C.S.A._|
| (1812 - 1893) m 1834       |
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|                            |_Hannah LAZARUS ______|
|                              (1781 - ....) m 1802 |
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|--Marie MOSES 
|  (1850 - ....)
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|_Eliza MOSES _______________|
  (1814 - 1894) m 1834       |
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