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Mary A. ALVIS

1825 - ____

ID Number: I28561

  • RESIDENCE: AL & MS
  • BIRTH: 1825, AL
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315]
Father: Zachariah C. ALVIS
Mother: Elizabeth



                                             _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I________________________________________+
                                            | (1714 - 1787) m 1739                                         
                       _David ALVIS II______|
                      | (1748 - 1814) m 1768|
                      |                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? __________________________________________+
                      |                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739                                         
 _Zachariah C. ALVIS _|
| (1783 - 1840) m 1816|
|                     |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) CAUTHORN (CAWTHON) of Hanover & Fluvanna VA_
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|                     |_Mary CAUTHON _______|
|                       (1750 - 1784) m 1768|
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|--Mary A. ALVIS 
|  (1825 - ....)
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|_Elizabeth___________|
  (1780 - ....) m 1816|
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Hannah GOLD

ABT 1670 - ____

ID Number: I5405

Father: John GOLD Sr.
Mother: Hannah SLAWSON


Family 1 : Abraham AMBLER II
  1.  Abraham AMBLER III
Family 2 : Jeremiah ANDREWS ANDRUS Sr.
  1.  Jeremiah ANDREWS
  2. +John ANDREWS
  3.  Ann ANDREWS
  4.  Jeremiah ANDREWS

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 _John GOLD Sr._______|
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|--Hannah GOLD 
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|                      _George SLAWSON _____|
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|_Hannah SLAWSON _____|
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Bessie JONES

ABT 1880 - ____

ID Number: I66369

  • RESIDENCE: Waxahachie, Ellis, TX
  • BIRTH: ABT 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2504]

Family 1 : Robert Weir FINKLEA Sr.
  1.  Robert Weir FINKLEA Jr.
  2.  Gladys FINKLEA
  3. +Jack Gadi FINKLEA
  4.  Carroll FINKLEA
  5.  William FINKLEA

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William MARSHALL I

1607 - 1673

ID Number: I76540

  • RESIDENCE: Charles Co. MD
  • BIRTH: 1607, Farmington, Devon Co. England [385216] [S2930]
  • DEATH: 1673, Charles Co. Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2921] [S2930]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Charles Co. MD


Family 1 : Catherine PAYNE?
  1. +William MARSHALL II
  2.  Elizabeth MARSHALL
  3.  Joshua or Josiah MARSHALL

Notes


William Marshall I, died in 1673. He had at least 3 children:


"Transported by Thomas Weston in 1640 who had Westbury Manor in St. Georges Hundred, St. Mary's County. Thomas Hebden had lands South of Weston in the same Hundred.


William Marshall I Charles county Wills 22Apr1673/Dec 1673:
To Son William, 4 tracts of land unnamed in Chas Co.
To Son Joshua and dau Eliza, "Marshall", 500A, "Two Friends" Chas Co.
To child(ren) residue of estate equally.
To Son Joshua, Cattle mark, obtained by marriage of testator with Katherine EBDEN. In event of death of any child under age, or without issue, survivors to inherit deceased's portion, and all dying without issue, estate to be used fro benefit of poor of Chas County.
Exs: Thomas Notely, Robert Henley and brother Francis Wyne.
Test: Zach, Wade, Edward Price, Johnathan Marler. V1-pg 592
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Bill Howard [SMTP:wehoward@cox.net]
The other two executors of his will were Thomas Notley (1634-1679) who was the father of Mary Notley who married Benjamin Rozer; and Robert Henley (abt1617-1684) who married Sarah Bachelor (abt 1627-bef Feb 1683) and whose daughter, Charity married (1) John Courts and (2) John Contee.
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume II,pg 55 Liber C, Page 54
11aug1666; Indenture from Edward Swane, planter, to Gilbert Corner, tailor; for 4,000 lbs of tobacco; a parcel of land called "Chestnut Poynt" on the west side of Wicomico River; bounded by Edward Philpot, William Marshall and Francis Pope; containing 200 acres and now in possession of Gilbert Corner; /s/ Edward Swan (mark), Susannah Swan (mark); wit John Courts, Thomas Pope, Hen Cole.
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume II,pg 47 liber F, page 1884.
1676 undated; Deed from William Marshall, planter to Robert Clarke and John Clarke, sons of Robert Clarke; for 5000 lbs tobacco; a parcel of land sold to me by Walter Beane;
/s/ William Marshall
Wit; Daniell Johnson, John Small.
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume II,pg 55 liber H. page 3
01 Jun 1678; Indenture from John Dent, Gent, and Mary his wife, of St. Mary's Co. To Richard Ashman; for 7,000 lbs tobacco; a parcel of land called "Promise"; bounted by Edward Swann and William Marshall; laid out for 100 acres; /s/ John Dent; wit Richard Edelen, George Graves (mark)
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Early History of the Area http://www.marshallhall.org/history.html
Originally, the land at Marshall Hall was settled by a tribe of Native Americans, called the Conoy, who spoke Algonquian and lived in permanent villages, each having a chief, or Tayac. High chiefs were called Emperor by the colonists, as was the chief that lived on Piscataway Creek at Moyaone. Before the arrival of the English, the Emperor lived in a stockade village that contained as many as 30 dwellings. In 1639, five years after the initial landing of the English in Maryland, Governor Leonard Calvert allowed the Jesuits to establish missions with the Indians. One of the four initial missions was led by Father Andrew White who converted the Emperor of the Piscataway. From this point on, the Piscataway by-in-large lived peaceably with the colonists.


Soon colonists began settling along the Potomac in the vacant lands between Piscataway villages. The first plantations were near St. Mary’s City, but the natural tendency was to follow the shore of the Potomac River. In 1662, minor disputes between the settlers and the Native Americans over land use caused William Calvert to patent Calvert Manor (renamed Piscataway) on the south shore of Piscataway Creek as a reservation. This action was taken just in time because in 1663, Randall Hanson, a lieutenant of the Charles County militia, obtained two patents named Hansonton and Charley. These patents were on the Potomac adjacent to Calvert Manor and extended south to the present day Marshall Hall.


The Piscataway became allies with the colonial government of Maryland and were helpful during the 1642-52 wars with the Susquehannocks and the during the Seneca raids from 1664-66. The wars escalated until there was a joining of the Seneca-Susquehannocks. Randall Hanson’s plantation was attacked in 1675 and several members of his family and household killed. Continued raids of the combined tribes in 1680 on their fort caused the Piscataway to flee to Zachia Swamp in southern Charles Co. In 1682 Maryland negotiated peace with the Seneca, and again in 1685, this time including the Piscataway in the treaty. This was the end of the so-called “Indian Wars” in southern Maryland.


Still, the land at the center of the Marshall Hall estate was not patented for many years. There were difficulties locating the boundaries of Calvert Manor, with the scattering of Native Americans who had claim rights, and many patents were based on locating boundary “landmark trees” from almost sixty years earlier. In resurveying, some patents previously thought contiguous were found to be separated by vacant land, and this is how Thomas Marshall was able to patent a 66-acre tract of land on the Potomac south of patent Charley, as late as 1728.


Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Maryland From the Earliest Period to the Present Day. 1879. Reprint. NY, 1967.


Skordas, Gust, ed.The Early Settlers of Maryland. Baltimore, MD, 1968.


Earle, Carville V. The Evolution of a Tidewater Settlement System: All Hallow's Parish, Maryland. 1650-1783. Chicago, 1975.
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Liber C#2, Page 146 - Charles County Land Records, Volume III/pg84
12 Oct 1709; Recorded at request of Madam Mary Contee:
3 Oct 1709; Indenture from Walter Bayne of Prince George's Co., Gent., and Martha his wife, to Mary Contee; for 50,000# tobacco and £100; a parcel of land near Wicomico River, originally granted William Marshall 20 Mar 1650; sold by Marshall to Walter Bayne, grandfather of afsd. Walter, 29 Sep 1660; containing 500 acres with dwelling house, etc.; /s/ Walter Bayne, Martha Bayne; wit. Hickford Leman, John Rogers, Alexander Contee [The amount of tobacco and money paid for this 500 acres seems excessive in relation to other land transactions of the period, but that is what is recorded.]
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Liber C#2, Page 211 - Charles County Land Records, Volume III
13 Jan 1710/11; Recorded at request of John Fendall, Gent.:
23Sep 1710; Indenture from Walter Bayne of Prince George's Co., Gent., to John Landall, Gent.; for 3,000lb tobacco; a parcel of land formerly taken-up-Wm. Marshall, planter, on the west side of Wicomico River at a marsh; containing 100 acre;
/s/ Walter Bayne, Martha Bayne
; wit. Robt Yates, Tho.Evans, E. Howard;
ack. by Walter Bayne and Martha his wife
on above date; 14 Nov 1710; John Fendall paid alienation
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1, page 182
Patent to William Marshall of 200 acres due by assignment from Thomas Peitie and 200 acres due by assignment from Mrs. Katherine Holden, widow, and 100 acres due by assignment from Walter Coterall ... the said William Marshall given a parcel of land on the Wicokomeco River for 500 acres


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1- Page 183
20 Mar 1650; /s/ William Stone Endorsed on the back: William Marshall assigns his rights in the above patent to Walter Beane; 29 Sep 1660; /s/ William Marshall (mark); wit. John Duglas, Thomas Lomax; acknowledged by William Marshall and his wife in open court
Patent to William Marshall of a parcel of 100 acres located on the west
side of the Wicokomeco, River; bounded by the great marsh


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1- Page 184
4 Feb 1653; /s/ William Stone Endorsed on back: William Marshall assigns his rights in above patent to Walter Beane; dated 29 Sep 1660; /s/ William Marshall (mark); wit. John Duglas, Tho. Lomax; acknowledged in open court by William Marshall and his wife


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 - Page 185
Patent to John Cage has 100 acres of land due by assignment from Richard Lawrence as appears on record has 50 acres more due for his service performed to Capt. Thomas Cornwallis in the Province many years since; a parcel of land lying on the west side of Wicokomeco River near the head of the river; 7 Mar 1650; /s/William Stone, John Cage, planter, assigns his rights to Thomas Whit and John Slingsbee;


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 - Page 186
15 Dec 1653; /s/ John Cage (mark); wit. John Mansfield (mark) John Slingsbee, planter, assigns his rights in above patent to Thomas Whit; 21 Oct 1655; Is/ John Slingsby (mark); wit. John Martin, John Douglas Thomas Whit assigns half of his rights in above patent to William Marshall; /s/ Thomas Whit (mark); wit. James Viech, Humphery Warrin Philip Calvert, treasurer for the Lord Proprietor, assigns the patent unto William Marshall and Walter Beane 10 Aug 1660; /s/ Philip Calvert, Walter Beane and his wife Elenor assign their rights in above patent to William Marshall in open court; /S/ George Thompson; acknowledged by said Beane and his wife in open court


Court Adjourned till 3 Nov 1663


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 - Page 226
According to "arbitrament" of Capt. Josias Fendall and Mr. Thomas Notley dated 15 Jul 1663 between Mr. Walter Beane and William Marshall the said Beane here in open court swears that to the best of his knowledge he has delivered in a true account of all the estate in partnership between them and that the same has been divided between them; the original deed of co-partners taken out,., of the custody of Mr. Robert Hundly and made void.


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume I - page 223
Persons nominated for the governor to elect a sheriff for the ensuing year: Mr. Thomas Mathews, Mr. Zachery Wade, Mr. William Marshall.


Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 - page 281
Whereas I am given to understand that some demur is make concerning your officiating you office as sheriff unitl you have take n your oath in you County Court and given security as in your Commission is proovided for and whereas you Commissioners of your conty do not intend to hold court in your county until sometime in June next before which time the list of taxable persons must be returned according to a special warrant to you directed for that purpose. These are therefore in the name of the Right Hon. Lord Proprietary of this Province to will and require and likewise to empower you Zacheria Wade that forthwith upon sight here of you sworn and convene together at a certain day to be appointed Mr. Henry Addames, Mr. Thomas Mathews, Mr. Walter Beane and Mr. William Marshall or any two of them together with (Page 282) the clerk of your County Court and that before them you take your oath belonging to sheriff as is to your Commission affirmed and give bond likewise as proscribed by Act of Assembly in that behalf and that there upon you do all things belonging to your office of sheriff without further delay. Lastly that you cause the clerk of your County Court to send down to the Lt. General and Council with what speed he may his certificate of the proceeding herein given under my hand this 10 Apr 1664; /s/ Charles Calvert
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Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume 1 - Page 462
Mr. William Marshall brought the ensuing to be recorded: City of Bristol; Indenture; 31 Jul 1662 between Mathew Browne and William Fox of the City of Bristol; Browne promises from this date to the arrival at the port of Virginia and after for a term of 4 years to serve William Fox who will pay for his passage and allow him upkeep according to the custom of the country (Page 463) wit. Nathaniell Cole, Mayor, and Thomas Stephens, and John Hise, Sheriff-, /s/ William Fox Mathew Browne joined the ship Alexander to Virginia 17 Nov 1662; wit. William Fox


Mr. William Marshall delivered the ensuing letters of attorney and acknowledged this ensuring conveyance of land as Francis Wine's atty. to Mr. Henry Hawkins: Francis Wine, cooper, appoints Mr. William Marshall as his attorney; 25 Apr 1665; /s/ Francis Wine; wit. John Powick, Joseph Horton
(Page 464 to 467) Letter authorizing Mr. Marshall to acknowledge land sold to Henry Hawkins at the next court; 25 Apr 1665; /s/ Francis Wine; wit. John Powicke, Joseph Horton Indenture, 25 Apr 1665; from Francis Wine, cooper, to Henry Hawkins, planter, for 10,000# of tobacco; a tract of land lying on the north side of the Potomac and the west side of the main fresh of the Wicokomeco River; formerly laid out to John Clarke, Gent.; containing 700 acres; now in occupation of Francis Wine and lately occupied by Daniell Johnson and Richard Morris; /s/ Francis Wine, Henry Hawkins; wit. Josias Fendall, Daniell Johnson, Samuel Fendall, Mr. Henry Hankins paid fine of 14s Sterling


Harris, Thomas, St. Mary's Co 28th March 1654
to wife Anne, dower rights in land during life
to only son Thomas, lands at majority. Personalty to be eqully divided between wife and son afsd. Should sd. son Thomas die under age or without issue, estate to be used for maintenance of church or school.
Overseers: Francis Pope, Wm Marshall, Robt. Handley
Test: Robt. Robins, Wm Wolfurd.


William Marshall 8.269 A CH #54226 #54226
List of debts: John Roberts, Hugh Thomas, Francis Wyne, John Gold, John Gwyne, Henry Bonner.
Payments to: Alexander Smith, Mr. Robert Slye, Mr. Thomas Notley, Garret Vensweringen, Edward Turner, Mr. Thomas Clipsam, Joseph Horton, John Coates, John Dawson, John Gubb, Mr. BenJamin Rozer, Robert Henley, Mr John Richard Edelen upon account of Francis Fitzherbert, John Harves, Mr. John Hamilton upon Account of Mr. John Allen, John Wood (administrator of Philip Browne), Thomas Jones attorney for John England, Thomas Hooke.
Executor: Francis Wyne (deceased), by Henry Hawkins who Married Elizabeth (Francis Wyne's widow).


William Marshall 1.212 A CH #49340 #49340 Apr 8 1675
Paymmts to: Alexander Lauth, Kr Gerrald Sly, Mr. Thomas Notley, Mr. Gerrald Vansweringen, Edward Turner, Mr. Thomas Clipson, Joseph Horton, John Porter, John Dotson, John Prich, Benjamin Rozer, Matthew Hill (minister), John Harrice, Robert Henley, Richard Edelen for Francis Fitzherbert, Robort Heny.
Executor: Francis Wyne (also Francis Wine ). Prerogative Court Abstracts, 1674-1678, (Libers 1 -5)
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Harris, Thomas, St Mary's Co, 28March 1654
To wife Anne, dower rights in land during life
To only son Thomas, lands at majority. Personalty to be equally divided between wife and son afsd. Should sd son Thomas die under age or without issue, estate to be used for the maintenance of church or school.
Overseers: Francis Pope, Wm Marshall, Robt Handley
Test: Robt Robins, Wm Wooford.
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Volume 53 page 402/403 Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666 Liber B


Caecilius absolute Lord and Proprietarie of the Prouinces of Mariland and Aualon Lord Baron of baltemor &c to all Persons to whom thees Presants shall cum greeting know yea that wee for and
in Consideration that William Marshall of of owr sayd Prouince of Mariland Planter hath flue hundered acres of land dew to him in that owr sayd Prouince Viz too hundered by Assignment from Thomas
Petite and too hundered by assignment from Mis Katherin holden Widow and one hundered Acres by Assigment from Walter Coterall as appears upon Record in owr sayd Prouince and that hee the sayd
William Marshall may bee the better inabled to doe us and owr heirs acceptable saruice in owr sayd Prouince haue by and with the aduice of owr trusty and well beloued William Stoan Esq owr liuetennant
of owr sayd Prouince and according to the tenor of owr letters under owr hand and seale baering daet at Portchmouth in the Realme of England the Eight day of August 1636 and Recorded in the Secretaries office of owr sayd Prouince giuen granted and enfeoffed and by thees Presants for us and owr heirs doe giue grant and enfeoff unto the sayd William Marshall his heirs and Assignes all that Parcell of land lung near Wicokomeco Riuer and bounding on the East with a line drawne North west and by north from a marked Red oake for the lenght of three hundered and sixty Pearches unto a Red oake on the North with a line drawne from the sayd Red oake south west and by south for the lenght of too hundered and forty Perches to a red oake on the west with a line drawne from the end of the formar line South East and south for the lenght of three hundered and sixty Perches to a marked gumme one the south with a line
drawn north east and by north from the sayd Gumme unto the first marked oake containing and now layd out for flue hundered Acres more or lesse and all woods quarrs mynes (Royall mines excepted)
[p. 183] walters fishings fishing places And all other Profits and Commodities in and upon the sam Land sauing to us and owr heirs own Royall Jurisdictions and Signiony as absolute Lords and Proprietaries of the sayd Prouince to haue and to hould the same unto him the sayd William Marshall his heirs and Assignes for euer to bee holden of us and owr heirs as of owr mannor of west St Maries in free and
Common sockage by fealtie only for all saruices yealding and paying thearfor yearly to us and owr heirs at own usuall Receipt at St Maries ten shillings mony starling or flue bushell of good Corne at the Natiuitie of owr Lord giuen at St Maries under owr great seale of owr sayd Prouince of Mariland the on and twentith day of march in the year of owr lord one thowsand six hundered and fiftie witnes owr sayd
Liuetennant William Stone


Endossed on the backe of the sayd Patten as followeth
Know all men by thees Presants that I William Marshall doe as
signe and set ouer all my whole right titell and interest of this Pat-
ten unto Walter beane his heirs Executor Administrators and as
signes for euer as witnes my hand this 29th of september 1660
Witnesed by us
William Marshall
John Duglas
Thomas Lomax his marke
And acknowledged to the sayd beane by the sayd marshall and his
wife in open Court
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Charles Co. Rent Rolls Book No. 5 pg 9, ?? 655, 15Aug1662.
100 0.2.0 "Little Marshall Surveyed 4th October 1661 for William Marshall on the West side Wicomico River adjoining to the land formerly laid out James Walker. Poss 100.0.2.0 Thomas Marshall.
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Charles Co. Rent Rolls Book No. ?? pg ??, ?? 123, ??xxx1650.
500 0.10.0 "Marshall" Surveyed 21 March 1650 for William Marshall near Wicomico River Yearly Rent Bushels Corn Paid at.
Poss 275 - 0.5.6 Benjamin Fendall
Poss 225 - 0.4.6 Robert Yates by name of ???land
Poss 146 - 0.3.9 Richard Marshall
Poss 62 - 0.1.3 Benjamin Fendall
note following record - 208 acres ????for more than the survey.
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Charles Co. Rent Rolls Book No. ?? pg ??, ?? 123, ??xxx1650.
100.0.2.0 "Provost Marshall" surveyed July 1652 for William Marshal on the West side Wicomico River
Poss 100.0.2.0 Benj Fendall
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150.0.3.0 Bird Cage Surveyed 20 March 1650 for John Cage near the head of Wicomico River rent 1-1/2 barrel of corn usually paid at the rent of:
Poss 71 0.1.5 William Marshall
Poss 79 0.1.7 Jn Marshall by name of Marshall
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Estate Inventory of Thomas HARRISSE Sr. (1664); Charles County, Maryland


An Orphant Court held the 9th day of August Ao 1664


A trew and Perfect Inuentory of the estat of Thomas Harrisse
son of Thomas Harrisse deceased
In primis one blacke white Cow about 10 years old one Red
cow about 8 years old one red Cow about 7 years old one blacke
and white Cow about 6 years old one black Cow about fiue years
old one Red Cow about 5 years old one blacke and white Cow
of fiue years old: one Cow of 4 years old one steare about three years
old: one bull about 3 years old: three heyfors about too years
old one bull about too years old four yearling heiffors too year-
ling stears seauen stear Calues three Cow Calfes one bull Calph
one yew and one lambe three hundered Acres of Land; one hors
of four years old one Mare gon astray about three years ago and
neuer since heard of
This Accoumpt of the sayd harrisses Estate is Presented by Mr
Robert Humdley Mr William Marshall Mr Francis Pope: in open
Court held for oprhants in Charles County the 9th of August Ao 1664
as I George Thomspon Clk doe testifie
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Anne Turner bound apprentice to William Marshall to age 16; 1667/8 (C.244)
Arthur Turner, eldest s/o Arthur Turner, chose Josias Fendall as guardian; 1667/8 (C.244)
Edward Turner bound apprentice to James Bowling to age 21; 1667/8 (C.2440
Female Turner child of Authur Turner dec'd, b. ca mid Oct 1667; to go to Susannah, wife of George Taylor as guardian; 1667/8 (C244)
James Turner, second s/o Arthur Turner chose Walter Beane as guardian; 1667/8 (C.244)
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 291-23: PROMISE: 140 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Bayly, John : Surveyed Sept 1673 for John Dent at a bound oak and bound tree of Edward Swann and William Marshall, Bounding upon Swan N.W.:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 384-52: CHANCE: 115 acres; Possession of - 115 Acres - None: Surveyed 10 April 1713 for John Fendall beginning at a locust post the second boundary of a tract of land called PAQUASCO standing on a hill in an old field near the dwelling house of Michael Brumly patent 10 Dec 1713.: Other Tracts Mentioned: PAQUASCO; other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 395-114: FENDALLS MEADOWS: 31 acres; Possession of - 31 Acres - None: Surveyed 16 Aug 1720 for Capt John Fendall beginning at a bounded White Oak standing near a great marsh by an old bounded locust the bound tree of a tract of land formerly laid out for William Marshall: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 395-115: SPRING POINT: 14 acres; Possession of - 14 Acres - None: Surveyed 16 Aug 1720 for Capt John Fendall on the West side of Wicomico River beginning at a bounded black oak standing on a branch by the side of a great marsh boundary of a tract of land formerly laid out for William Marshall: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}.
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 395-116: HEMSLEYS MARSH: 70 acres; Possession of - 70 Acres - None: Surveyed 1 March 1720 for Madam Mary Hemsley beginning at a bounded gum standing at the edge of Wicomico Marsh: Other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.},
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 395-117: HEMSLEYS MEADOWS: 130 acres; Possession of - 130 Acres - None: Surveyed 1 March 1720 for Madam Mary Hemsley beginning at a bounded live Oak standing by Wicomico Marsh side bye the mouth of a small run known by the name of Clarke's Run : Other Tracts Mentioned: MARSHALL; other notes - {mm Note; not identified to a specific Hundred. Location identified by watercourse or nearby tract.}, lies within the lines of Marshall's land,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 294-47: MARSHALL: 500 acres; Possession of - 500 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed 21 March 1650 for Wm Marshall near Wicomico River. Yearly rent 5 bushels corn. (Note; on record; 228 acres more than survey.): Other notes - Mary Contee from Walter Bayne, 9 Nov 1709
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 294-48: PROVOST MARSHALL : 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed for William Marshall 4 Feb 1652 on the West side Wicocomico River:
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 295-56: LITTLE MARSHALL : 100 acres; Possession of - 100 Acres - Fendall, John : Surveyed 4 Oct 1661 for Wm Marshall on the West side of Wicomico River adjoining to the land formerly laid out for James Walker: Other Tracts Mentioned; other notes - John Fendall for (4) Marshall Orphans,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 296-57: ST. WILLIAMS : 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Fendall, John : Surveyed for Wm Marshall on the West side Wicomico River adjoining to the land of James Walker Patent 15 Aug 1662.: Other Tracts Mentioned: other notes - John Fendall for (4) Marshall Orphans,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 298-76: RUSSELL: 75 acres; Possession of - 75 Acres - Bayne, Walter : Surveyed 15 May 1658 for Christopher Russell on the West side of Wicomico river at a locust on the East to a White Oak an the South to a pock hiccory on the West of a White Oak near the land of Wm Marshall : Other notes - William Penn from Charles Yates, 4 June 1720.,
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1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County MD Hundred - Piccawaxen or Wm&Mary: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 296-60: CHESTNUT POINT : 200 acres; Possession of - 200 Acres - Swann, Edward : Surveyed 14 Jan 1664 for Edward Swann on the west side Wicomico river at a bound oak the boundary of Swan, Edward Philpott and Marshall escheat. http://www.number-one.org/~rigg/dlr0005.htm: Other notes - no name mentioned in possession- Assume it was Edward Swann, 200 Acres – John Bruce from John Gaines, 1 Dec 1714, 200 Acres – Townley Bruce from Charles Bruce, 2 Feb 1743,






[S2930]

[385216]
b 1633

[524295]
or abt 1664


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                                              |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MARSHALL of Charles Co. MD_|
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|                                                   
|
|--William MARSHALL I
|  (1607 - 1673)
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|_____________________________________________|
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Sources

[S2930]

[S2921]

[S2930]

[S2930]


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Sarah Ann NETTLES

ABT 1841 - ABT 1872

ID Number: I7775

Father: James Lindsay NETTLES
Mother: Sarah Ann "Sally" MCCANTS


Family 1 : Robert Franklin PACKER
  1.  Franklin PACKER
  2. +David Reece PACKER
  3.  Florence "Florrie" PACKER

                                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) NETTLES SC > AL> LA_
                                                   |                                      
                              _James NETTLES ______|
                             | (1774 - 1835)       |
                             |                     |______________________________________
                             |                                                            
 _James Lindsay NETTLES _____|
| (1809 - 1843) m 1829       |
|                            |                      ______________________________________
|                            |                     |                                      
|                            |_Elizabeth LINDSAY __|
|                              (1781 - 1859)       |
|                                                  |______________________________________
|                                                                                         
|
|--Sarah Ann NETTLES 
|  (1841 - 1872)
|                                                   _Thomas MCCANTS Sr.___________________+
|                                                  | (1741 - 1791) m 1775                 
|                             _John MCCANTS _______|
|                            | (1778 - 1846) m 1803|
|                            |                     |_ BURGESS ____________________________+
|                            |                       (1740 - 1778) m 1775                 
|_Sarah Ann "Sally" MCCANTS _|
  (1816 - 1879) m 1829       |
                             |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) THOMPSON ___________
                             |                     |                                      
                             |_Mary Jane THOMPSON _|
                               (1785 - 1846) m 1803|
                                                   |______________________________________
                                                                                          

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[S2348]

[S2349]

[S2816]


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Bartram OBERT II

ABT 1650 - ____

ID Number: I53765

  • RESIDENCE: Lancaster Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1650
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1944]
Father: Bartram OBERT I
Mother: Anne



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                      |     
 _Bartram OBERT I_____|
| (1629 - 1658)       |
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|                     |  |  
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|                        |
|                        |__
|                           
|
|--Bartram OBERT II
|  (1650 - ....)
|                         __
|                        |  
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |__
|                     |     
|_Anne________________|
  (1630 - ....)       |
                      |   __
                      |  |  
                      |__|
                         |
                         |__
                            

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Nathaniel SOULE Sr.

ABT 1637 - BEF 12 Oct 1699

ID Number: I37844

  • RESIDENCE: Plymouth, & Dartmouth, Bristol, MA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1637, Plymouth, Plymouth, MA
  • DEATH: BEF 12 Oct 1699, Dartmouth, Bristol, MA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1368] [S1388] [S1391] [S1740] [S1746]
Father: George SOULE Sr. "the Immigrant"
Mother: Mary BECKETT


Family 1 : Rose THORN?
  1. +Nathaniel SOULE Jr.
  2. +Sylvanus SOULE
  3.  Jacob SOULE
  4.  Myles SOULE
  5.  Susannah SOULE
  6.  Mary SOULE
  7.  Sarah SOULE

Notes


NATHANIEL, b. between say 1634 and 1646 (adult by 1667/8 [PCR 3:178]); before 4 March 1673/4 fathered a child with an unnamed Indian woman and ordered to pay ten bushels of corn to her for the keeping of the child [PCR 5:163]; m. by 1681 Rose _____ (eldest child b. Dartmouth 12 January 1681[/2]).


Nathaniel, b. say between 1634 and 1636, died Dartmouth before 12 Oct. 1699. Numerous citations for such as abuse, "lyes", unlawful entry, trespass. Fathered a child with an unnamed Indian Woman (TGM 1707 citing PCR 5:163). M. about 1679/80 Rose _______.


On 5 March 1667/8 George Soule Sr. stood surety with his son John for the good behavior of his son Nathaniel Soule who had verbally abused Mr. John Holmes, teacher of the church at Duxburrow [PCR 4:178].

[S1388] [S1391] [S1388]


                                                          _____________________
                                                         |                     
                                    _Robert SOULE _______|
                                   | (1564 - 1612)       |
                                   |                     |_____________________
                                   |                                           
 _George SOULE Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
| (1593 - ....) m 1626             |
|                                  |                      _William TYLSON _____
|                                  |                     | (1539 - ....)       
|                                  |_Elizabeth TYLSON ___|
|                                    (1565 - ....)       |
|                                                        |_____________________
|                                                                              
|
|--Nathaniel SOULE Sr.
|  (1637 - 1699)
|                                                         _WILLIAM BECKETT ____
|                                                        | (1530 - ....)       
|                                   _Sylvester BECKETT __|
|                                  | (1560 - ....)       |
|                                  |                     |_ANN LEIGH __________
|                                  |                       (1530 - ....)       
|_Mary BECKETT ____________________|
  (1602 - 1676) m 1626             |
                                   |                      _Henry HILL _________
                                   |                     | (1530 - ....)       
                                   |_Elizabeth HILL _____|
                                     (1560 - ....)       |
                                                         |_____________________
                                                                               

Sources

[S1368]

[S1388]

[S1391]

[S1740]

[S1746]

[S1388]

[S1391]

[S1388]


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Henry Austin YEATMAN

1808 - 1896

ID Number: I89144

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 1808
  • DEATH: 1896
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3308]

Family 1 : Ann (Nancy) Webb REYNOLDS

Notes


Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia (1668-1853); Author: King, George H.S. (Compiled and Published) Page 168.

Sources

[S3308]


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