Migration from Maryland: 1780 - 1820

Counties: St. Mary's (SMC), Charles (CC), Calvert (CaC), Prince George's (PGC)

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updated 6/2002

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George is listed as (of Batson) in Maryland State Papers; Series D Revolutionary Papers; 19970; Box 6; folder 21; item 4; 1776; Maryland Hall of Records; see also Prince Georges Co. MD Land Records; Liber HH; f. 560; Sep 1787; Prince Georges Co. MD Wills; Liber 37; f. 340; will of Batson Naylor; 9 Apr 1769; proved 28 Jun 1769

MAR: Albemarle Co. VA Marriage Records; Jessamine Co. KY Marriage Records !DEA: date of codicil of rejected will of George Naylor; Madison Co. KY

George's migration from Maryland to Virginia is documented in deed, recorded in Prince Georges Co. MD Land Records, Liber HH, f. 560-5, 1 Sep 1787; many of his children listed their birth place as Maryland on the 1850 census. His migration from Albemarle Co. VA to Garrard Co. KY is documented in "Albemarle County in Virginia" by Rev. Edgar Woods; pp. 387-91. In Garrard Co. KY Deeds; Book A; p. 235-6; 29 Mar 1813; George & Jane of Garrard sell land in Albemarle to Thomas Naylor.

George is positively linked to Thomas Naylor of Albemarle in his rejected will; 24 Dec 1835; Madison Co. KY; in which he names his grandaughter Elizabeth Stormes. Thomas Naylor of Albemarle names Elizabeth Storms as his daughter.

These pages authored by Marcella Jehl Dawson, Houston, Texas.

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