Taney, John, gent.,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Aug., 1720;
5th Nov., 1720.
To wife Catherine, dwelling plantation Fenwick Mannor
during life; shd. she die before son John Michael Thomas Taney arrives
at age of 21, to leave sd. plant. to him, or in trust for sd. son.
To son John Michael Thos. afsd., dau. Margtt. at age of 21, or marriage,
and dau.-in-law Catherine Willson, at age of 21, or marriage, personalty;
shd. either son John afsd. or dau. Marg. die without issue, survivor
to inherit portion of dec'd; shd. both die without issue, dwell.
plan. to pass to Thomas, son of bro. Michaoel, and personalty to
wife Catherine and her hrs., except certain bequests to Robt. and
John Hutchins and Catherine Willson.
Wife Catherine extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: William Wilkinson, Jr., Jno. Harris, Michael Jenifer. 16,
John Taunt, no county named, 10/17/1702-11/12/1702.
Son: James, personal estate and deed of gift of land "Dry Docking"
given him at his marriage confirmed.
Son: Mark, at age 18, residue of land; if he dies without issue
to daughters. Daughters: Mary, Ann, Jane, Elizabeth, Winifred, and
Margaret, and unborn child and to Japhaele and Maryenna
Blumfield and Eleanor Dickins, personal estate.
Wife: Margaret, Exec., personal estate.
Wit: John Heard, Eleanor Deacons, William Davis, Nathaniel
Tattershall, William, June the 25th 1670
I bequeath Thomas _olloweth Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my
daughter Mary Tattershall all and every part and parcell of Land
belonging to that plantation, wherein I now live lying and being
upon Brittains Bay called by the name of St. John's with all the
_____ to names thereunto belonging to her and her heirs for ever
after the decease of my wife Ann Tattershall but if in case my said
daughter Mary shall chance to Marry before the decease of my said
wife Ann, that then she may have free priveledge to seat and make
use of any peace or parcell of the said Land without lett or molestation.
And in case my daughter Mary shall dye without issue that then the
said land to return and desend to her brother Lawrence Tattershall,
and his heires forever. Item I give and bequeath to my Eldest son
Lawrence Tattershall one tract of land Containing four hundred and
fifty acres called Tattershall's Gift. Formerly belonging to Thomas
Cole lying and being in Charles County to him the said Lawrence
Tattershall and his heires for ever and also one hundred acres of
Land more lying at the head Horeth Creeke to between the land of
Dr. Luke Barbier and the land of John Greenwell for ever. Item I
give and bequeath all my personall Estate both moveables and inmoveables
all my debts and funerall charges being satisfied and discharged
to my Loving Wife Ann Tattershall, and to my son Lawrence Tattershall
and my daughter Mary Tattershall to be equally devided between them
and the said estate to be and remain in custody of my said Wife
till they shall come to age and in case either of them shall chance
to dye before they come to age that then part or person that did
belong to the deceased party shall go and desend to the survivors
equally to be devided between them and in case both my said children
shall chance to dye before they come to lawful age that then their
parts of the said Estate to go and desend to my brother John Tattershall
of Odd Stoakes in Wiltshire his oldest son forever in case or they
shall come in five years time after me decease having convenient
notice given them and in case they shall not come within the time
limitted that they then shall go and desend to the Roman Catholic
Church and the poor distressed Roman Catholics equally to be devided
between the Church & them. Item I give and bequeath unto Mrs.
Mary Andrews one ____ of tobacco to be paid to her immediately after
my decease to be paid to her by my overseers or Executors here after
nominated. Item I give to the Reverend Father of St. Ignatius Chappell
in St. Mary's County one thousand pounds of Tobacco. Item I make
appoint and ordain my loving wife Ann Tattershall my sole and ___
Executrix of this my last will and Testament . And do likewise ordain
and appoint my loving brother in law Lt. Col. John Jarbo and my
loving friend Mr. Walter shall to be my overseers desireing their
assistance in the performance of this my last will and testament.
I do also declare and publish this to be my last Will and Testament
revoakeing and makeing void all other Wills and Testaments by me
at any times here to fore made In testimony whereof I have here
unto sett my hand and seal the day and year above written.
Will. Tatt. (((Seal))) the hand writeing of William Tattershall
signed sealed and delivered & published in the presence of John
Jarbo, Will. Assister, Abraham Combe, David Driver
June the 25th 1670 The aforegoing Will and Testament of William
Tattershall was by the oathes of John Jarbo, and Abraham Coombe
witnesses thereunto in comon forme proved before me Will. Calvert
Taylard, Audry,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Aug., 1721;
28th Aug., 1721.
To son Richard Lewellin, grandson John Lewellin, grand-dau. Margaret
Lewellin, William Harrison, Ann, wife of John Baker, and to her
son John Baker, and Elinor, wife of William Langley, personalty.
To George Thorold, £5.
Morris Quaid ex. and resid. legatee.
Test: Nicho. Gayther, Wm. Kirbey (Kearbey), Francis Kirbey (Kearbey).
Taylor, Henry, Sr.,St. Mary's Co.,27th Mch., 1698;
8th Mch., 1700.
To son Henry, 50 A., (unnamed) conditionally upon his coming to
take possession of it.
To dau. Grace Greenwell and sons John, William and Thomas Taylor,
Wife (unnamed), residuary legatee of estate, real and personal,
including plantation, which is to pass to son James at death of
Ex. not given.
Test: Dan'l Moy, Simon Perch, Francis Rice, Edward Fisher.
Taylor, Henry,New Town Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,8th Nov., 1718;
26th Nov., 1718.
To son-in-law James Delicourt, ex., interest in plantation for 10
yrs., at end of which time lease of sd. plantation to youngest son
To son John, 1s.
To son James and dau. Rachel, personalty.
3 youngest child., viz., son James and daus. Rachel and Grace, residuary
legatees, and to be in care of afsd. Delicourt until daus. are 16
and son James 18 yrs. of age.
Test: Dan'l Smith, Thos. Cambell, Jas. Plomfeilde. 14. 733.
Taylor, James,St. Mary's Co.,27th Jan., 1743-4;
20th Feb., 1743.
To bros. John and Joseph and sister Elizabeth Pain, 1s.
To sisters Mary Hudman and Hannah, residue of estate.
Ex.: John McKelvie.
Test: Joseph Lawrence, May Lawrence, Wm. Forest.
Taylor, Joseph, blacksmith,St. Mary's Co.,15th Feb., 1732;
30th Apr., 1732.
To wife Mary extx. The Lot during widowhood, to pass
to eldest son William and hrs., sd. son dying without issue to 2nd
son Joseph and hrs., he dying as afsd. to 3rd son John and hrs.,
he dying as afsd. to dau. Anne and hrs.
To wife and child. viz: William, Joseph, John, and Anne personal
estate, divided equally, shd. any of sd. sons die before age of
21 yrs., survivors to divide portion of dec'd.
Test: Daniel Clocker, Sr., Danicl Cloeker, Jr. Thomas Gordon. 20.
Taylor, Mary,St. Mary's Co.,22nd Jan., 1739;
10th Mar., 1739.
To daus. Francis and Mary Curlott, wife of John, son-in-law John
Curlott and son John Grant, personalty.
Testator desires that Mary Curlott have the care of her cous. Mary
Taylor until she comes of age.
Ex.: John Grant.
Test: Thomas Lanner, James Taylor, Timothy Tolle.
Richard Taylor, SMC, 3/19/1779-4/24/1779.
Sister: Nancy Spalding, one bed and furniture; one chest; one heifer;
one ewe; and four lbs., 4 shillings, 4 pence cash.
Sister: Ammeny Taylor, one horse colt and six lbs., 14 shillings,
and 4 pence cash. To: John Johnson, all of my land where Benedict
Aprice now lives.
Wit: Hezekiah Tippett, Leonard Johnson, and Peter Johnson.
Taylor, Robert, planter,St. Mary's Co.,24th Sept., 1736;
22nd Nov., 1736.
To wife Mary, extx., 70 A. dwelling plantation Willing Burrough
during life, after her decease to dau. Mary and hrs.; sd. dau. dying
without issue to dau. Frances and hrs., sd. dau. dying without issue
to son-in-law John Grant; he dying without issue sd. lands to cousin
James son of bro. James, and hrs. Personal estate during life.
To dau. Frances at age of 16 and dau. Mary, personalty.
To daus. afsd., residue of personal estate after decease of wife.
Test: Timothy Tolle, James Taylor, William Cutler. 21. 720.
Taylor, Thos.,St. Mary's Co.,23rd July, 1717;
13th Nov., 1717.
To son Ignacius, personalty. To be of age at 16 yrs., he being 10
yrs. of age on 7th April next.
To Rich. Mogg, personalty.
To dau. Grace, personalty, she being 14 yrs. of age on 30th March
To wife Ann, extx., residue of estate.
In event of death of wife before son and dau. attain their age,
testator's brother, James Taylor, to care for them.
Test: Rich. Moy, Chas. Coalman, Wm. Johnson. 14. 463.
Taylor, William,St. Mary's Co.,1st Mch., 1714;
5th June, 1714.
To daus. Mary, Grace, Elizabeth and Ann and son Upgate at 16 yrs.,
Wife Ann extx. and residuary legatee; should she die, Thos. Revves,
Jr., to administer upon estate.
Test: Wm. Willis, Torle Gillimore, Wm. Hoskins. 14. 4.
Tennison, John,St. Mary's Co.,20th Dec., 1682;
8th Feb., 1682.
To eld. son John, personalty in addition to property already given
To son-in-law William Cheshire and Mary his wife, son Matthew, and
Henry Fernely, personalty.
To sons Justinian and Absalom, exc., plantation and all other land;
in event of death of either without issue, survivor to inherit deceased's
Test: Jno. Buttler, Vincent Mansell, Wm. Goddard, Thos. Parker.
Tettersell (Totersell), Lawrence
Tettersell (Totersell), Lawrence,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1701;
16th Mch., 1701.
To goddaus. Ann Taut and Mary Nottingham, and to Nicholas Gulick,
Brother-in-law James Tant, ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: Robt. Hammett, Jane Davis, Mary Taut. 11. 185.
Tettershall, William, Brittain's Bay,St. Mary's Co.,30th May, 1670;
25th June, 1670.
To wife Anne, execx., St. John's.
To dau. Mary and hrs., said plantation at death of wife afsd.
To eld. son Lawrence, and hrs., said plantation should dau. Mary
die without issue; also 450 A., Tettershall's Gift,
in Chas. Co., and 100 A. at Nevitt's Ck. In event of death of both
child. of testator without issue, estate to pass to eld. son (unnamed)
and his hrs. of brother John Tettershall of Wiltshire, Eng., provided
he or they come into the province within 2 yrs. after decease of
To the Roman Catholic Church, said estate should provision afsd.
Overseers: Brother Lt.-Col. John Jarboe, Walter Hall.
Test: John Jarboe, Wm. Assiter, Abraham Coombe, David Driver. 1.
Thomas, Luke,St. Mary's Co.,6th Feb., 1739;
5th Mar., 1739.
To son Robert, dwelling plantation, Brown's Woodhouse
also Luxus Hardships at wife's decease and 30 A. Ponancey.
To son James, residue of Ponancey.
To 5 child. Thomas, James, Robert, Mary and Luke, residue of estate.
Testator desires that Robert, James and Mary be in the care of John
Taylor, Jr., until sons reach 16 and dau. 18 yrs.
Exs.: Wife Winifred and John Taylor, Jr.
Test: John Pike, William Williams, Robert Russell.
Note: Widow makes her election and takes her third.
Thomas, Robert,Poplar Hill, St. Mary's Co.,18th Feb.,
26th April, 1686.
To wife Abigafl, extx., 1/3 of estate.
To dau. Honnorfadare, personalty.
To son Robert at 21 yrs. of age, plantation.
To other child., viz., Herbert and Hannah, certain property, real
(unnamed) and personal, at majority.
Test: Wm. Husband, Jno. Cambell, Lewis Terrean, Andrew Norman. 4.
Thomas, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1740-41;
31st Mar., 1741.
To daus. Elizabeth Biggs and Mary Madgalen Elliss, 82 A. on Patuxent
To to grandchild. Sarah Biggs and Thomas Elliss, personalty.
To wife Elianor, extx., residue of estate.
Test: Roswell Neale, Thomas James, Thomas Chamberlin.
Thomas, William,St. Mary's Co.,2nd Jan., 1684;
26th Mch., 1685.
To wife Eliza: execx., Newinton during life.
To son Thomas and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd.; to
be of age at 18 yrs.
To dau. Sarah and hrs., 130 A., part of Bachelor's Rest.
To unborn child and hrs., residue of Bachelor's Rest
after death of Grace Brewer, sister of testator.
In event of death of any child survivors to inherit deceased's portion.
To Mary Dorrill and hrs., entire estate, should child. afsd. die
Test: Wm. Norris, Jno. Bullock, Francis Hayden, Jno. Payler. 4.
Thompson , Arthur PC1-125/126, 15 Dec 1702
to my son Sebastion Thompson, 1 pewter bason.
Item. I give unto my son John Thompson ye one half of that land,
when layed out lying by Brother Carberys, & within his bounds,
being my proper land, to him ye John & his heirs forever, &
ye other half to my daughter Tocla, whereon my little hous &
orchatt stands, to her & her heirs forever.
Item I give & bequeath to my daughter Tocla, 1 large table with
drawers, 1 feather bed, & bolster, Rugg & blanketts &
1 cow called Spott with all her increas forever.
Item I give unto my youngest daughter Mildred Thompson my house
& 2 lotts thereunto belonging in St Clements Town, & 100
ackers of land out of my 200 acres at ye duckponds, ye other 100
to my son Oswald Thompson,
I have 2 bills of George Halls, for land he bought of me but nothing
payed to that if he or any of his heirs, should ever come, or any
other person, to injoy ye s'd land lying by old Evans, thos bills
I give unto my youngest daughter Mildred to be put for her to such
use, as her mother, Susan Thompson, shall think fitt.
Item I give unto my daughter Tocla, 1 Iron pott & pothooks &
1 large chest.
Item I give & bequeath unto my loving wife, Susan Thompson,
all ye rest & residue of my whole estate, both cattle, hoggs
& horses of what kind
Item further it is my will & desire that after the decease of
brother John Carbery, if his plantation, whereon he now liveth be
recovered at ye equall charge of my 5 oldest children, namely Sebastion,
John, Oswald, Mildred Shurtclife & Tocla,
I Constitute & appoint my loving wife, Susana Thompson, my sole
Exequetrichor, in witness, whereof I have here, unto, sett my hand
& affixed my seal this 15th day of December, Anno Dom 1702.
Arthur Thompson ((SEAL))
(The lotts above specified is known by ye numbers 40 & 46)
Sined & Sealed in the presence of us
Nicholas Goulick, James French, Martin French,
John Secill (his mark)
James Keech, D Corri; St Maries County
Thompson, Francis Arthur
Francis Arthur Thompson , 6/6/1778- 6/27/1778
Sister: Ann Diana Joy, a negro girl named Eleanor for life and then
goddaughter, Ann Joy. The first child the negro named Eleanor has
I give to Ally Joy. In addition, I give her my chest for her life
and then to her daughter, Mary Ann Joy. She and her children are
to have all of my household furniture equally divided between them.
Cousin: Philip Joy, one heifer.
Cousin: Ann Leonard Joy, a couple of cider casks; a small pot; and
one iron pot rack.
Cousin: Mary Ann Joy, my bed and furniture and one iron pestle and
Cousin: Catherine Joy, one iron kettle; three chairs; and one cask.
Brother-in-Law: Athanasius Joy, my saddle and a parcel of land in
Charles County called "Battin's Clifts" during his life
and then to his son, Philip Joy.
Brother: Bennet Thompson, a parcel of land in Charles County called
"Hopewell". In case Bennet does not return from the war
or in case of his death, his legacy is to descend to Arthur Thompson
and Philip Thompson equally.
Brother: Arthur Thompson, a bond he executed to me for 100 pounds
currency dated 2/5/1777.
Brothers: Arthur Raphael Thompson, Philip Sebastian Thompson, and
Bennet Thompson, to inherit my land now in the possession of the
heirs of John Carberry equally divided. If Philip Sebastian Thompson
does not return to this continent or it appears he is not existing,
his share is devised to Arthur Raphael Thompson and Bennet Thompson.
If Philip Sebastian Thompson does not return to enjoy the devise
bequeathed to him called "Hopewell", the
same is to devolve to my sister, Ann Diana Joy, and after her decease
to my cousin, Mary Ann Joy.
EXECUTOR(S): Athanasius Joy
WITNESSES: Philip Rorko, Raphael Thompson, Mary Thompson
Thompson, Grace Hayden Herbert
Grace Thompson, SMC, 9/6/1759-8/8/1760. Dau.: Susanna Thompson.
Son: Matthew Herbert. Dau.: Elizabeth Thompson. Exec: Son, Matthew
(sic). Wit: Robert Cole and John Johnson.
NOTE: With the exception of son Matthew Herbert, the surnames of
the children are given erroneously as Thompson--it should be Herbert.
Thompson, James,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1720;
21st Apr., 1721.
To son John and to Eliza (wife of John Griggs), 1s. each, in full
of their share of estate.
To son James, ex., interest in dwelling plantation
and with dau. Sarah, residuary legatee of estate. To divide same
when son James arrives at age of 21. Wm. Harrise guardian to sd.
Test: Wm. Johnson, Eliz. Fisher, Charles Lynch. 16, 378.
Joshua Thompson, SMC, 8/1/1851-10/1/1851. Wife: Dorothy Thompson,
all of my lands during her life. Children: George Thompson, Eleanor
Graves, James Thompson, Elizabeth Alvey, Helen Tennison, Sebastian
Catherine Tennison, Joshua A. Thompson, Benedict J. Thompson, and
Thompson, all of my personal estate which is to be sold and the
divided equally among them. They are to also receive the proceeds
sale of my land or to divide my land equally after the death of
Exec.: Son, Sebastian Thompson. Wit.: George W. Moreland, John T.
Raphael Thompson, SMC, 1/21/1781-3/13/1781.
Wife: Appelonia, all my estate during her single life, reserving
to my mother, Margaret Thompson (during her life) that part of my
land which she now has in her possession.
Sons: John Barton Thompson and Charles Thompson, my dwelling plantation
to be equally divided between them after the death or marriage of
their mother and reserving to my mother her life that part where
Ann Thompson, all of my personal estate.
Exec.: Brother, John Thompson.
Wit: Philip Ford, Ignatius Brown, Monica Brown.
NOTE: Widow renounced will and elected her third.
Thompson, Richard, planter,St. Mary's Co.,24th Oct., 1733;
6th Nov., 1733.
To wife Susana Thompson, ex., entire estate.
Test: Robert Ford, Archibald Johnstone, George Boyd. 20. 831.
Thompson, Robert,St. MAry's Co., MD, 9/14/1804
Thompson, Robert,St. MAry's Co., MD, 9/14/1804 <br>
to my son Charles Thompson all that part or parcel of land which
purchased of John Baptist Thompson, called Scotland, <br>
to my son Bennet Thompson , all the tract of land whereon I now
which was conveyed to me by George Thompson and William Thompson,
being part of a tract of land called Rocky Point, and called in
deed of conveyance the Brothers Lot<br>
to my son James Thompson the sum of one hundred pounds current money
of Maryland <br>
to my son Ignatius Thompson the sum of five shillings current money...
to my daughter Susanna Lee the sum of five shillings current money...
to my daughter Elizabeth Lee the sum of five shillings current money...
to my daughter Mary Greenwell the sum of five shillings current
to my daughter Eleanor Hall's son William Nottingham, the sum of
pounds current money... <br>
to my grandson Hugh Hopewell the sum of ten pounds current money,
the same together with the aforesaid bequest of ten pounds to William
to my son Bennet Thompson, whom I constitute and appoint sole executor
of this my last will and testament, all the remaining part of my
whatsoever, after the decease of my wife Elizabeth<br>
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth
day of September in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and four...
and acknowledged to be his last will in the presence of us... <br>
Mareman, Thomas Maryman, Robert Thompson, Ethelbert Cecil
Thompson, Sebastian,St. Mary's Co.,18th Oct., 1742;
3rd March, 1742.
To sons Arthur and Sebastian and hrs., real estate.
To child. John, Sebastian, Monica, Charity Wheeler, Appolina and
Mary Brown, personalty.
To wife Charity, extx., residue of estate.
Test: William Gillimore, John Mills, A. Thompson.
Thompson, Thomas, St. Mary's Co., MD, on 8/27/1779.
to my son Thomas Thompson, to him and his heirs forever., --
to my dear and loving wife Sarah Thompson my Negroe man called Ford,
and my Negro girl called Hanna to her and heirs forever
--Also I give to my son John Bapt. Thompson my Negro woman called
Also I give to my son Joseph Thompson, my Negro man called Jacob
or (Jauob), and also the second best Bed & Furniture that I
may dye possessed
to my son Wilford Thompson , Negro woman called Tareshua, t
to my Daughter Mary Clarke, my negro woman called Patt,
I now leave my Negro woman called Moll, Free, she having discharged
her trust with me as an honest and upright slave,which justly merits
the title which I have bestowed on her, in that of being a free
I give and bequeath one third part to my dear and loving wife Sarah
Thompson, and the remaining two thirds, to be equally divided in
Seven parts 1/7 to my son John Baptist, 1/7 to my son Joseph, 1/7
to my son Wilford, 1/7 to my Daughter Mary, 1/7 to my daughter
Elizabeth , !/7 to my Daughter Margret, and 1/7 to the heirs of
my Daughter Ann Mattingly.
Ex: Sarah Thompson Executrix,Thomas Thompson
I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Eleventh day of April
, in the year of our Lord, one thousand Seven hundred and seventy
Test:Thomas Bond, Philip Key and Thomas Bond,Jr.
First of all, I desire that my wife and son JOSEPH shall keep my
plantation wheron I now live until the Crop theron now growing,
to be finished, and that they pay No rent for the same and that
they keep the Negro's to finish the Crop, also I give to my wife
Sarah one third part of all the crop, which shall be on the above
plantation., and one third part of my poultry, Also I give to my
son Joseph one third part of the crop whish shall be made on the
aforesaid platation, and one third part of my poultry, my Case of
Drawers , and my second best Cow and Calf which my belong to me
at my Death,--Also I give my sheep to my son Joseph and my son-i-n
law James Raper (Rapier) to be equally divided between them , Also
I give to my son in law William Haden jr.(Hayden jr.) my best desk,
my China Bowl, and my stone Dish.--Also I order two Sheep and one
beef to be killed for the use of the family. --Also I give to my
son Thomas Thompson my hand mill stones--And I do also declare that
my said will in writing, dated the 11th Aprill, 1779 and this my
codicil which I Will shall be added to and deemed part to the codicil
set to my hand and Seal theis fourth day of July Seventeen hundred
and seventy nine.(1779)
Thompson, Wm., Britain's Bay,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1716;
7th Mar., 1716.
To son Michael and hrs., 40 A., dwelling plantation (leased by father.
, from Jno. Sheircliffe for 90 yrs.), during remaining
time of lease. Also 100 A., being ½ of Hatfield Hills.
Should sd. son die without issue, this tract to be equally divided1
part to wife, Barbara, extx., and hrs., and 1 part to father-in-law,
Wm. Langham, and hrs.
Test: Henry Spinke, Jude Salten, Edw. Spinke, Wm. Abell.
Thompson, William,St. Mary's Co.,10th Jan., 1736-7;
20th June, 1740.
To son Thomas, personalty during life. At his death to pass to grandson
To grandsons Joseph, Richard Mathias, son of Mathias, and Richard,
son of Thomas and kinsman William Compton, personalty.
To wife Ann, extx., residue of estate during life. At her death
to be divided bet. Ann and Mary, daus. of John Baker.
Test: Dorothy Leigh, Alexander Ross and Will Reid.
Note: By codicil, witnessed by John Steven, 12th Sept., 1739, to
above will testator gives to son Thomas and grandson Thomas, personalty.
Note: Widow desires legal rights in above estate.
Thomson, William, New Towne,St. Mary's Co.,8th Jan., 1649; 11th
1649. Wife Anne, execx. and sole legatee. Test: Robt. Robins, Ralph
Roger Tolle, planter, SMC, 11/8/1708-1/22/1709.
Son: Thomas, 100 ac. "Last Shift"; if he dies without
issue to grandson, Roger (son of Tobias).
Son: Tobias, 100 ac., pt. of "The Chancellor's Old Orchard"
during the time of its lease.
Children: John, Mary, Usly, and Tamar, personalty.
Children: Timothy and Elizabeth, joint executors, residue of
land named in afsd. lease. Wit.: John Miller, William Aisquith,
Miller. NOTE: 1/22/1709 was actually 1710 (old calendar vs. new
Tomson, John, planter,St. Mary's Co.,9th Aug., 1723;
26th Nov., 1723.
To wife Jane, extx., Tomson' Chance, Two sons (unnamed)
to care of wife till of age at 21 yrs.
Test: Anthony Brocklehurst, Richard Ijams, Elizabeth Ijams, Thomas
Wellman. 18, 193.
Tonge, John,St. Clement's Manor, St. Mary's Co.,16th Aug., 1686;
1st Sept., 1688.
To Penelope Hayden, dau. of Francis Hayden, extx., and hrs., entire
estate, real and personal, including 300 A., Boddell,
on w. side St. Clement's Bay and testator's interest in 500 A. (unnamed)
between Connangh and St. Patrick's Oks.
Test: Thos. Aude, Ellinor Chester, Owen Bradee. 6. 9.
Will of Thomas Truman, Calvert Co. 9/21/1685-12/10/1685: Wife:
Mary, 1/2 personal estate and home plantation during life. To: Thomas
Truman Greenfield and heirs "Trent Neck" provided they
take the name of Truman. To: John Davis and heirs 625 ac. on the
western branch of the Potomac River. To: Richard Brightwell and
heirs 50 ac. on Chaptico Branch. Cousin: Mary Truman "Bussard's
Island". To: Henry Truman, namesake 200 ac. adjoining the Quagcores.
Sister: _______Stringer and Elizabeth Carlton, personal estate.
To: Thomas Truman Greenfield; cousins Mary and Elizabeth Truman
residue of estate, real and personal. Execs: Wife, Mary and cousin,
Mary Truman afsd. Wit: Elizabeth Carlton, John Forrest, Andrew Hurd,
George Jones. NOTE: This will was written when a part of St. Mary's
County was included in Calvert County.
Will of William Truman, Calvert Co. 3/18/1684-5; 3/3/1686. Cousin:
Thomas Truman Greenfield, personal estate. Cousin: Thomas Greenfield,
Exec. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal. Wit: John
Crowder, Joseph Edwards, Michael Cheevers, Walter English. NOTE:
This will was
written when a part of St. Mary's County was included in Calvert
Tunhill (Turnhill), Robert
Tunhill (Turnhill), Robert,St. Mary's Co.,15th Feb., 1730-31;
25th Feb., 1730.
To wife Elizabeth, 5 child. (unnamed), sons John and William, and
William Cook, personalty; son William to be free at age of 18.
Exs.: Wife and son John.
Test: Joseph Sikes, Stephen Chilton (Chillton), George Craghill.
Turbervile, Gilbert,St. Mary's Co.,1st Dec., 1718;
15th June, 1719.
To St. Innigoes Church, £10.
To Margaret Cavinaugh and John Bemberige, 10s. each.
To grandson William Cavinaugh, entire personal estate.
Vitus Harbert ex. and guardian to grandchild. William and Margaret
Cavinaugh afsd.; after his decease, William Tompson to act.
Test: Robt. Haking (Hackins), Henry Chandler, Francis Moacrinick.
Turner, Thomas, St. Winifred's,St. Mary's Co.2nd Oct., 1662;
21st Jan., 1662.
To Roman Catholic Church, personalty.
To wife Emma, residue of estate, real and personal during life for
maintenance of herself and our 3 child., viz., Thomas
and Mary Turner, and Eliza Johnson.
To son Thomas, estate in Essex, Eng., due testator by his father's
To dau. Mary Turner, estate in Essex, Eng., should son Thomas afsd.
die under age. Child, to be of age at 16 yrs.
Overseers: Luke Gardner and kinsman Wm. Bretton.
Test: Wm. Rosewell, Chas. Alexander. 1. 169.
Turner, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,31st Oct., 1696;
15th Feb., 1696.
To son Thomas and hrs., personalty and 400 A., part of St.
To son Joshua and hrs., personalty and 190 A., Audley End,
and 150 A., residue of St. Thomas's.
To dau. Monica and hrs., personalty and 300 A., St. Dorothy's,
on w. side St. Clement's Bay.
To Thomas Bencroft, Robert Thompson, and William Michell, personalty.
Wife Eliza:, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal.
Test: Clement Hill, Sr., Wm. Smith, Eliza: Dalsh. 7. 279.
Tuttey, Robert, New TowneSt. Mary's Co.,15th June, 1647; 21st June,
To Mr. Thomson and child. (unnamed), Joseph Cadell and Mathias Briant,
Admr., William Thomson. Test: William Bretton, Thomas Jackson. 1.