James, Owen,St. Mary's Co.,18th Sept., 1659; 29th Sept., 1659.
Lawson, son of John Lawson, Rebecca Frizzell, dau. of Alexander
Humphry Beech, Harbert Homan, Rev. Wilkinson, and goddau. Dorothy
dau. of Robert Cager, goddau. Ellen King, personalty. Kinsman Col.
Price, ex. and residuary legatee. Test: Alex. Frissell, Sarah Frissell,
Richard Lloyd. 1. 110.
Neale (O'Neal), Henry
Neale (O'Neal), Henry,St. Mary's Co.,22nd Mar., 1721;
4th Apr., 1721.
To George Thorld, personalty.
To bro. Arthur, 1s. in satisfaction of claim against estate of his
To cousin Catherine Bisco, 1s. in satisfaction of claim against
estate of testator.
Wife Elinor extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Wm. Harrison, Wm. Lord, Danl. Norris. 16, 381.
O'Daly, Bryan,St. Mary's Co.,10th May, 1675;
13th Dec., 1675.
To son Bryan at 18 yrs. of age, all real estate.
To dau. Adree at 16 yrs. of age and to son Bryan, afsd., all personalty,
To brother , in Ireland, sd. estate in event of child.
afsd. dying without issue. Should sd. brother or his son not come
into the province, land to pass to Arthur Kieff, and personalty
to Catherine St. George and her unborn child. Catherine afsd. to
have her maintenance from the estate, and to have charge of testator's
In event of death of all afsd. legatees, estate to pass to Thomas
Keiting and his sister, Nell Keiting, with conditional bequests
to sister Eliza: Daly and her child., (unnamed) and to sister Margaret,
both of Ireland.
Overseers: Col. Wm. Calvert, Thos. Keytin, Constantine O'Kieff.
Test: Constantine O'Kieff, Anthony Loghlin. 2. 372.
In the name of God, Amen, the seventh day of Aprill in the year
of our Lord God seventeen Hundred & forty five, I Peter ONeale
of St. Marys
County in the province of Maryland being of sound memory...
Imprimus I will that all my lawfull debts of what nature soever
be firstly and truly paid by my executor hereafter to be named.
Item. I give, devise and
bequeath to my loving wife, Ann ONeale that land and plantationwheron
I now dwell, being part of Tract of land called CRACKBONE, during
time of her widowhood with all the improvements, rights profits
& priveliges therunto belonging, and after her deceasor at the
day of her marriage if
she should marry again,
I give and bequeath the said land & improvements to my son John
ONeale and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and for want
of such heirs to
my son Peter Lamar Oneale and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten,
and for want of such heirs to my son James Oneale and the heirs
of his body
lawfully begotten, and for want of such heirs to be equally divided
amongst all my daughters and all my personal estate of what nature
or kind soever
I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Ann Oneale during her natural
life (provided she remains a widow) but if she should marry than
my will is my
daughter Elizabeth Oneale shal receive one fether bed & furniture,
two pewter dishes, two pewter basons & two pewter plates and
daughter Sarah Oneale...my daughter Mary Oneale...my son Peter Lamar
Oneale...my son James Oneale...
and if there should not be bed & pewter as above mentioned to
pay them all off-, then my will is that they receive to the value
and all the residue of
the estate that shall remain either at the day of my loving wife
Ann Oneales Marriage if that should happen or at the day of her
death be equally
divided amongst all my children, paying off the legacies as above
mentioned. And lastly I do hereby ordain, constitute and appoint
my dear and loving
wife Ann Oneale, whole and sole executor of this my last will and
In testimony wherof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal
the day and year first written above.
Peter Oneale his marking
St. Marys county September ye 16th 1747.
John Suite, witnesses.
Thomas Aisquith, Deputy Commissioner, St. Marys County
Note: The will of Peter ONeal was written April 17, 1745.
and probated in St. Marys Co., MD. Sept. 16, 1747 From Lynne
Hoge Rice on April 16, 1999
Additional by Kenneth ONeal, The Will of Peter Oneale is found
in the Calendar of Wills for St. Marys Co. MD, Vol. 9,
1744-1749 page 122.
Oakely, Lyonell,St. Mary's Co.,7th June, 1688;
27th July, 1688.
To sisters Ann, Eliza:, and Mary Oakely, personalty.
To John Bullock, ex., and hrs., residue of estate, real and personal.
Test: Henry Poulter, Susanna Baxter, Benj. Reader, Jno. Skipper.
Ogilby, Thomas, planter,St. Mary's Co.,13th Jan., 1733-4;
5th June, 1734.
To John Cecil, ex., and hrs., entire estate and charge of dau. Mary;
sd. Cecil to pay sd. dau. at marriage or age of 16 certain personalty.
Test: Thomas Vanreshwick, John Bradburn. 21. 146.
Okane (Ocane), John
Okane (Ocane), John, planter,St. Mary's Co.,12th March, 1726-7;
27th April, 1727.
To wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of 100 A. dwell. plan. during
To mother Elizabeth Willis, remaining 2/3 during life.
To sister Nappler Mills, 100 A. afsd. at decease of wife and mother.
Ex.: Father-in-law Thomas Scott.
Test: John Hayle, John Mills, Jane Reeves. 19, 162.
Olarke, Adam,St. Mary's Co.1st June, 1733;
8th Aug., 1733.
To son Electious, certain personalty, on condition he relinquishes
his rights to Gravely Hill in Chaption Mannor.
To son Joseph and hrs., Gravely Hill; should son Electious
not relinquish his part of afsd. land he shall pay son Joseph £25
in lieu of sd. land. Should son Joseph die during minority Gravely
Hill to pass to son Anthony and hrs. Residue of estate to
be divided amongst all child. except dau. Eliza, who is to have
no part of negroes. Wife Mary, extx., to have use of personal estate
during widowhood, should she marry to have an equal part with rest
of child., and child. to receive portions as they come of age.
Test: Luke Gardiner, William Joseph. 20. 742.
Orion, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,24th Nov., 1720;
1st May, 1720.
To eldest son Edward, son Thomas, dau. Anne, and land-lady Elizabeth
William Gibson ex. and residuary legatee.
Test: Owen Brady, Elizabeth Brady, Patrick Brady. 16, 173.
Orowley, Bryan,St. Mary's Co.,16th Dec., 1687;
21st Apr., 1688.
To wife Ann, extx., ½ 50 A., Morries's Mount.
To 2 eld. daus., viz., Mary and Ann, and their hrs., residne of
Morriss's Mount equally.
To daus. Eliza: and Ellinor and their hrs., and to son-in-law John
Wilson and hrs., personalty.
Overseers: Timothy Mahony, Thos. Dillon.
Test: Michael Cooke, Wm. Marsan, Jemima Capscio. 4. 305.
Orton, Henry,St. Leonard's Ck., St. Mary's Co., Patuxent R.,1st
19th Jan., 1696.
To son Henry and hrs., all real estate.
To son Henry dau. Eliza: jointly, all personal estate.
In event of death of son Henry afsd. without issue, real estate
to pass to sons-in-law Thomas and William Davis; and should both
child., afsd., viz., Henry and Eliza: die without issue personal
estate to pass to daughter-in-law Mary Davis.
Exs.: Rich'd Johns, Wm. Mears, Dan'l Rawlings, Arthur Young.
Test: Dan'l Rawlings, Jno. Greeves, Humphery Swift. 7. 249.
Osborn, Henry, Leonard's Creek,St. Mary's Co.,26th Aug., 1664;
22nd Apr., 1665.
To wife Catharine, execx., estate, real and personal, in trust for
Test:Henry Tripp, Robt. Day, Thos. Purnell. 1. 227.
Owen, Patrick, (nunc.)St. Mary's Co.,
7th Jan., 1733.
To brother James, entire estate except legacy to sister's son
or child. .
Test: John Smith, Mary Cole. 20. 861.
Ozey, James,St. Mary's Co., ;
29th Dec., 1665.
To Capt. Richard Banks, entire estate.
Ex. not named.
Test: Francis Richardson. 1. 245.
Pain, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,31st May, 1731;
16th Nov., 1731.
To 3 sons Henry, Thomas and James, lands leased for 61 yrs. of John
Baptist Carbery; 1/3 pt. next Deap Spring br. and Thomas Thomas'
br. to son Henry, 1/3 next to Bryery's br. and Mr. Carbery's n.
line to son Thomas, and 1/3 being dwell. plan. to son James (after
decease of wife Tecla, extx.).
Test: Robert Drury, James Thompson, Leonard Pain. 20, 258.
Paine, Thomas, St. Jerome's,St. Mary's Co.,12th Mch., 1672;
23rd May, 1673.
To eld. son Isaac, Paine's Lott in Balto. Co.
To son Joseph and hrs., Holt, in Balto. Co.
To 5 daus., viz: Mary, Sarah, Eliza:, Hanna and Rachel, personalty
and tracts above named should sons die without issue; sons to be
of age at 18 yrs.
To wife Jane, all land in St. Mary's Co.
Exs.: Nath. Garrett, John Smallpiece, John Reynolds.
Test: Wm. Calvert, Robt. Ridgely, Jos. Backney. 1. 531
Palmer, Katherine Coutanceau Waughop
Palmer, Katherine, widow,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1722;
1st Nov., 1726.
To nephew Peter and male hrs. (son of bro. Peter Cantancean), 300
A. in Northumberland Co., Va., being pt. of 461 A. granted 29th
March, 1566, by Wm. Berkley, late Gov. of Va., to father John Cantancean,
dec'd. Shd. sd. nephew die without male issue, sd. 300 A. to son
John Waughop and hrs.
To son John afsd. and hrs., 100 A. in Northumberland Co., Va., bequeathed
to testatrix by uncle William Cantancean, being pt. of 200 A. patented
9th Dec., 1662, and granted to Jacob Cantancean, dec'd; also 161
A. in sd. Co., residue of tract bequeathed nephew Peter afsd.; and
To son James Waughop and hrs., The Wine Yard, St. Mary's
Co., bou. of William Maria. Farthing.
To dau. Ann Waughhop, son Thomas Waughhop, grandson Thomas Palmer
Waughhop (son of son James) and dau. Katherine (wife of Wm. Kennedy),
To 3 sons Thomas, James and John Wanghhop, exs., and 2 daus. Katherine
Kennedy and Ann Waughhop, entire personal estate.
Test: Geo. Middleton, Alexander Bons, William Cumming. 18, 541.
Palmer, Thomas 3/28/1709-6/15/1709. In the name of God, Amen.
I Thomas Palmer of St. Maries County in the Province of Maryland
make this my last will and testament in manner and form following
Imp'rs I doe give to Thomas Waughop my bridle and saddle. I give
Anne Waughop my two wearing R---give to Katherine Cannadies daughter
Katherine, 20 shillings. I appoint my loving wife my Executrix as
witness my hand this 28th day of March, 1709. Wit.: M. Mason, Thomas
Manning, George Gyther. 6/15/1709. This will was proved in
Northumberland County Court to be the Will and Testament of Thomas
Palmer by Matthew Mason, one of the witnesses thereto and is admitted
record. 8/15/1711: The within attested copy was presented to the
by Mr. Thomas Waughop (and by the court admitted, the original being
burnt) and upon his mo'con, the said copy is admitted to record.
(Northumberland Collectanea, 1645-1720, Virginia Genealogies #4,
Parker, Edward, St. Inigoes Manor,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Jan., 1669;
29th Jan., 1669.
To father-in-law, Nicholas Young, Fresh Pond Neck.
To mother of testator, plantation at Cedar Point, Chas. Co.
To brother Samuel, 800 A. Parker's Delight, Balto. Co.
To sister Eliza: and Catholic Church, personalty.
Test: Nicholas Solby, Richard Ridgell, Wm. Gifford. 1. 367
Parker, Edward, St. Inigoes Manor,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Jan., 1669;
29th Jan., 1669.
To father-in-law Nicholas Young, Fresh Pond Neck.
To mother of testator, plantation at Cedar Point, Chas. Co.
To brothers Samuel and Edward, 800 A, Parker's Land,
To sister Eliza: and Roman Catholic Church, personalty.
In event of death of 2 brothers afsd. under age, sd. sister Eliza:
to inherit land.
Exs.: Father-in-law Nicholas Young and kinsman Wm. Bretton.
Test: Nicholas Solby, Richard Ridgell, Wm. Gifford. 1. 367.
Parker, Edward,St. Mary's Co., ;
20th July, 1644. To the Chapel,
personalty. To Cicely Lewger, half estate. Eliza Speare, residuary
Ex. not named. Test: not given. 1. 9.
Parsons, Edward,12th Dec., 1715;
21st April, 1716.
To wife Mary and 4 child. viz.: Robert, Jno., Charles and Eliza:,
dwelling plantation Worrell, 240 A. in St. Mary's Co.
equally among them; also to wife Mary and her afsd. child., all
that tract on Kenebeek R., New England, containing 500 A., and personalty.
To son and dau., Edw. and Mary, child. by former wife Phillis, 1s.
Exs.: wife Mary and brother Robert Hopkins.
Testator directs that the widow Pope should have her maintenance
during life, according to covenant.
Test: Henry Reynolds, Randall Broom, Jno. Harwood. 14. 228.
Parsons, John,St. Mary's Co.,5th May, 1688;
9th July, 1688.
To 2 sons, viz., Edward and John, at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., plantatiion
in St. George's Hundred. Should either die without issne survivor
and hrs. to inherit deceased's portion.
To young-son Cosine and hrs., sd. plantation in event of death of
both sons afsd. without issue. Sd. son Cosine dying without hrs.,
plantation afsd. to pass to dau. (unnamed) and hrs.
To sd. sons in like manner, certain land by patent on Great Choptanke
R., Talbot Co.
To wife Mary, extx., home plantation during life; to descend to
son Cosine and dau. (unnamed) and their hrs. In event of death of
either son or dau. without issue, survivor to inherit deceased's
Sd. 4 child. to be in care of their mother, and to be brought up
Test: Robt, Carvile, Thos. Stroud, Sylent Bryant, Thos. Price.
Parsons (Persons), Causmay (Cosmas)
Parsons (Persons), Causmay (Cosmas), planter,St. Mary's Co.,17th
11th Dec., 1733.
To son John, dwelling plantation with lands adjoining.
To dau. Mary Mahoney and Grace Clark, personalty.
To son James, dau. Anna, sons Joseph, Edward and Clement, each an
equal share of personal estate, small child, to possess their legacies
at age of 18.
Exs.: Sons John and James.
Test: John Seager, John Brady, Joseph Patshall. 20. 835.
Pattison, James,St. Mary's Co.,23rd Sept., 1697;
1st Apr., 1698.
To John Hall, personalty.
To grandchild., child. of dau. Elinor Harbert, now wife of William
Herbert, formerly wife of John Angell, viz., James, John, and Angelor
Angell, Vitires, Luke, Michael, Francis and Mark Harbert, and grandson
John Hammond, son of Daniel Hammond, dec'd, personalty as each reaches
To Ann Angell and hrs., certain tract of land. (For description
To John Angell and hrs., certain tract of land. (For description
To Angelor Angell and hrs., land on St. Jerome's Plain. (For description
To Francis Herbert and hrs., land on St. Jerome's Plain. (For description
To Mark Harbert and hrs., tract of land. (For deseription see will).
To dau. Ellinor Harbert and hrs., testator's part of Churchill;
and new dwelling plantation (for description see will), during her
life and the life of her husband, James Harbert.
To Luke Harbert and hrs., The New Ground. (For description
To Michael Harbert and hrs., parcel of land (unnamed).
To Vitriss Harbert and hrs., tract of land. (For description see
To James Angell and hrs., home plantation at the death of his mother
Elinor and father-in-law William Herbert.
To John Stills and hrs., land. (For description see will).
In event of death of all the Angell hrs. their lands to pass to
the Harberts, and in like manner there being no Harbert hrs. Angells
to inherit their portion.
Dau. Ellinor afsd. to collect all rents during her lifietime; her
son James Angell to succeed her.
Exs.: William and Ellinor Harbert afsd.
Test: Thos. Jameson, Thos. Hathcrsal, Philip Del Poole. 6. 85.
Payne, Charles,Brittain's Bay, St. Mary's Co.,11th Dec., 1717;
7th Jan., 1717-8.
To son Peter and hrs., 75 A., Howard's Gift, where Joh
Drury now lives (pt. of Howard's Mount).
To son Charles and hrs., 100 A., dwelling plantation, The
To son Leonard and hrs., 50 A., Strife, where James
Warrick now lives. Sons Peter and Charles not to sell or dispose
of any of their lands. Shd. either die without issue, their portion
to pass to dau. Mary; shd. both sd. sons die without issue, portion
of one of them to pass to son Leonard. Shd. all child. die without
issue, son Peter's portion to Henry (son of bro. Thomas), son Charles'
portion to Charles (son of bro. Thomas afsd.), son Leonard's portion
to James (son of bro. Thomas afsd.).
To dau. Mary, bro. Ezekiel and Mary, dau. of bro.-in-law Alexander
Residue of personal estate to child. equally.
Sons Charles and Leonard to care of bro. Thomas, and son Peter and
dau. Mary to care of bro.-in-law John Meekin. Sons to be of age
at 18, dau. at 16.
Exs.: Bro. Thomas and bro.-in-law John Meekin, jointly.
Test: Jas. Warrick, John Drury, Henry Spinke. 14. 655.
Payne, Isaak,St. Mary's Co.,14th Mar., 1712-3;
28th Mar., 1713.
To son Thomas and hrs., dwelling plantation ; he dying
without issue, to 2 daus., Hannah and Sarah, and their hrs.; also
personalty. Son to be of age at 18.
To 2 daus., Hannah and Sarah afsd., and their hrs., tract in Courseys
Neck, Riders and Broadneck, equally-Shd.
either die without issue, portion of deceased to survivor; shd.
both die without issue, to pass to son Thomas.
To 3 child. afsd., residue of personal estate. Dau. Hannah to care
of son Thomas so long as she is lame and unmarried.
Ex.: Richd. Griffen.
Test: Wm. Johnson, John Langley, John Mackintosh, Wm. Nouland. 15.
Payne, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,8th Apr., 1648; 25th Aug., 1648. Thomas
ex. and sole legatee. Test: Philip Ander, John Cage. 1. 18.
Will of Archibald Pike, SMC, planter 1/31/1750-4/3/1750. Son: James,
tract where I now live called "Forest Ordain", 100 ac.,
he to pay to his
brother Archibald 4000 lbs. tobacco. Son: John, the tract where
lives known as "Ferney Branch", 50 ac. and a negro boy
Archibald, furniture and a negro boy Tom. Wife: remaining pt. Daughter:
Mary Greenwell, a negro woman Treasie. Wife: Lucy, Exec. Wit: Nicholas
Mills, Sr., Elizabeth Mills, George Innis.
Will of Basil Peake , SMC; 9/8/1760; 10/31/1760
To Bro. John Baptist Peake, tract of land I purchased of Ignatius
Jarboe called the Pleasant Levels
Dau-in-law, Elizabeth Medley
son-in-law Joseph Medley, some cattle, tobacco, etc.
To father, William Peake, clothing, etc.
To wife Eliza Peake, and after my wife's allowance, the balanceto
be divided between my five brothers and sisters: Philip, Bennet,
Ignatius, Dorothy and Rebecca Peake
Exe: Wife Elizabeth Peake and her son, John Medley
Wit: Mary Ann Medley, Jereh. and Mourtn. Edwards
PEEKE, CATHARINE, ST. Mary's Co.; 17 Nov, 1770; 24 Nov,1770
> To children: JOHN BAPTIST PAYNE and ANN COLE
> Granddaus: SUSANNAH COLE, MARY COLE, WINEFORT PAYNE, MARY PAYNE,
> ELIZABETH PAYNE, WINEFORT COLE
> Mentions: ROBERT FORD, ANNASTATIA BROWN, GEORGE WHEATLY
> Ex: son JOHN BAPTIST PAYNE
> Wit: PETER BROWN, WILLIAM BRECHAN, SUSANNA PEEK
Will of John Peake, SMC 3/5/1761-11/3/1761. Son: Robert,
some furniture which belonged to his mother. After wife's thirds
out, remainder is divided between two sons, Robert and Augustine
Exec: Wife, Elizabeth. Wit: Henrietta Wimsatt and William Russell.
11/5/1761, wife renounced will.
Will of Peter Peake, SMC 10/28/1755-2/16/1756. Wife: Catherine,
land and plantation that I possess. Daughter: Susanna Peake a cow,
etc. Children: John, Peter, Ignatius, Susanna Peake and Anastasia
Brown, the remainder of my personal estate. Wife: Exec. Wit: William
Russell, Thomas Thompson, George Medcalf.
William Peake, SMC 12/8/1760, 4/7/1761
To Bro. Peter Peake, land he used to hold of his side of the branch
To sons William and Philip Peake, my water mill
To daus. Dorothy and Rebecca, the slaves
Exs: Wife Mary and son Wlm
Wit: Bennet Greenwell, James Hord, Zacharias Greenwell 31. 199
Peirce (Pierce), Edward,
Peirce, Edward, planter,St. Mary's Co.,29th Jan., 1739-40;
23rd June, 1740.
To bro. John, ex., Baker's Fancy and Baker's New
To mother Eleanor, personalty during life. At her death to pass
to Jonothan, son of afsd. John.
To Millard, dau. afsd. John, personalty.
To bros. Thomas and Robert, 1s. each.
Test: John Curlett, Charles Rigney, Vallentine Cole. 22. 236.
Pell, William, (nunc.)St. Mary's Co.,20th Mch., 1654; 2nd Sept.,
To Alice Ward, ½ proceeds from sale of plantation in Va. Alice
her dau. Eliza:, residuary legatees. Ex. not named. Test: Alice
Withers, Alice Durand. 1. 107.
Peny (Peney), Catherine
Peny (Peney), Catherine,St. Mary's Co.,30th May, 1742;
6th July, 1742.
To granddau. Mary More and hrs., personalty. Shd. she die without
issue to pass to son William More, and in event of his death without
issue, to pass to the poor in most need.
Test: Richard Millard.
Perrin (Parran), Thomas
Thomas Perin (no county named) probated 4/4/1752.
Son: Bennet, whole estate but if he dies without issue then all
estate except negro fellow Ben to be divided between Ann Clarke,
dau. of Col. George Clarke and Ann Biscoe, dau. of Capt. James Biscoe.
Negro Ben to be free.
Exec: James Biscoe.
Wit: Lawrence DeButts, Elizabeth Batsil, Thomas Batsil.
Perry, Robert,St. Mary's Co.,10th Sept., 1724;
19th June, 1725.
To daus. Sarah, Lureais, Lidla and Mary, personalty.
To eldest dau. Elizabeth, daus. Katherine, Penelope, Charity and
dau. Mary Batson, 1s. each.
Wife Mary extx. and residuary legatee.
Test: John Baker, John Bannets. 18, 381.
Peteate, Thomas,St. Mary's Co.,19th Jan., 1650; 18th Mch., 1657.
Anne Peteate, sole legatee. Overseers: Walter Cotterall, John Guy.
Ralph Beane, Thos. Jackson. 1. 67.
Phepo, Marke,St. Mary's Co.,19th Jan., 1669;
8th Feb., 1669.
To John Keyton, Richard Russell, John Stocks, John Matthews and
Constant Daniell, personalty.
Sons Philip, Thomas and William Land, residuary legatees.
Ex. Bryan Daley.
Test: Thos. Paine, Wm. Abbestone. 1. 370.
Phillips, Robert, Saint Mary's Co.,29th Aug., 1733;
17th Jan., 1736.
To son James and hrs., 100 A.
To dau. Mary Miller, 100 A. during life, to be divided as follows:
50 A. to John Anthers, son to sd. dau., and the other 50 A. to hrs.
of sd. Mary Miller, shd. sd. John Anthers die without issue, sd.
50 A. to pass to hrs. of sd. dau, Mary.
To son Robert, 1s.
To wife Mary ½ of personal estate, the residue to be equally
divided bet. James Phillips and Mary Miller; shd. wife marry to
have her thirds.
Test: Christion Lewis (Lewes), Joseph Lewis, Amos Packer. 21. 744.
Phippard, Anne,St. Mary's Co.,7th Feb., 1738-9;
7th June, 1739.
To son Thomas Blackiston and hrs., tract bou. of William Goode,
sd. son dying without issue, husband William Phippard to have use
of sd. land during life, at his decease to pass to eldest son John
Blackiston, and hrs.
To son Thomas, niece Susanna, wife of John Coode, bro. Mathew Guibert,
daus. Elizabeth Neale and Susanna Mason and husband William Phippard,
To grand-daus. Anne Elizabeth and Mary Mason, ¼ of personal
To sons John and Thomas and dau. Elizabeth Neale, each ¼ of
Exs.: son John and son-in-law Roswell Neale.
Above will made in pursuance of a power reserved to testatrix with
consent of husband, William Phippard, before inter-marriage witnessed
by a certain deed executed and recorded.
Test: Peter Rock, William Coode, Philip Key. 22. 82.
Pierce (Peirce, Pearse, Peirse), Edward
Peirce (Pierce, Peirse), Edward, planter,St. Mary's Co.,31st Dec.,
24th April, 1732.
To wife Elinor, extx., real estate in afsd. co. and personal estate
To youngest son Edward and hrs., dwell. plan. Chance
after decease of wife.
To sons John and Robert and their hrs., 50 A. of Courtney's
Fancy, equally, after decease of wife. Shd. son Edward die
without issue, sd. tract to be divided bet. sons John and Robert;
and if son John shd. die without issue, his portion of 50 A. to
pass to son Robert; and if son Robert shd. die without issue, his
portion to son John; and shd. both die without issue, their portions
to son Edward afsd. Shd. sons John, Robert and Edward die without
issue, sd. lands to fall to dau. Mary Perry and hrs. Sons not to
rent or sell lands except to one another. After wife's decease personal
estate divided bet. dau. Mary, eldest son Thomas and sons John,
Robert and Edward.
Test: John Bactson, Thomas Mohoney, Pheby Harwood, John Leigh. 20,
Will of John Pike, SMC 2/11/1762-6/1/1762.
Son: Archibald, 50 ac. "Ferney Branch" where I live.
At death of wife, Kezia estate to be divided amongst children: Mary,
Lucy, Ann, Mary Ann, and John Pike and if it proves my wife is with
child, desire that child to share equally.
Exec: Wife, Kezia.
Wit: Rodolphus and Mary Hackett, James Pike.
Pile, Joseph,St. Mary's Co.,16th Jan., 1691;
8th Nov., 1692.
To son Joseph and hrs., 1150 A., Sarum.
To dau. Sarah and hrs., 400 A., part of St. Barbaries,
and 250 A., Pile's Discovery.
To dau. Mary and hrs., 110 A., Baltimore's Gift.
To dau. Ann and hrs., 100 A., Ferne.
To dau. Eliza: and hrs., 190 A., Salsbury. Sons to be
of age at 18 yrs., daus. at 16 yrs.
In event of death of any child or child. without issue, survivor
or survivors to inherit deceased's portion.
Exs.: Brothers Anthony Neale and Thomas Turner.
Test: Wm. Langwourth, Robt. Mastin, Jno. Harrison, Jeffery Cole,
Jno. Dent, Thos. Mudd, Philip Bri****oe. 6. 64.
Pile, Joseph,15th June, 1724;
28th Sept., 1724.
To daus. Ann, Eliza and Mary and their hrs., 300 A. out of upper
end of Sarum (adj. to Edward Stonestreet) equally at
age or marriage. Shd. any of sd. daus. die during minority survivors
to divide portion of dec'd.
To 2 sons Joseph and Bennett and their hrs., 700 A. Sarum,
with 150 A. Baltimore's Bounty. Son Bennett's pt. to
inclnde dwelling. Shd. sons die before of age sd. lands to pass
To nephew Joseph Power and hrs., 400 A. of St. Barbaries
(St. Mary's Co.), whereon he now dwells, excepting that pt. given
by father to Edwd. Price. Shd. sd. Power die without
issue, to revert to next hr.-at-law of donor.
To wife Eliza., extx., personalty and 1/3 of residue of estate;
remainder to 5 child. afsd. equally.
Sons to be of age at 21, daus, at 16 or marriage.
Overseer: Bro. John Parnham.
Test: Gustavus Brown, John Parnham, Wm. Robinson. 18, 312.
Piper, John, Barford Manor,St. Mary's Co.,22nd Oct., 1673;
11th Apr., 1674.
To wife Mary, estate, real and personal during life.
At death of wife afsd., estate to be divided as follows:
To Robert Brown, ½; kinsman John Piper of Va., ¼; to godchild,
viz., James Swan, Jr., John Carvill, Clement Roberts, John Corthes,
Jean Greenlaw, ¼ estate in equal portions.
Exs.: John Gouldsmith, Thos. Carvill.
Test: Sam'l Maddox, Sam'l Cookesey, Roderick Loyd, John Grace. 1.
Pitoher, Emanuel,St. Mary's Co.24th Apr., 1694;
22nd May, 1694.
To wife Jane, extx., and dau. Amye, entire estate jointly.
Test: Martha Duggins, Katharine Revins, Jno. Watson. 2. 271.
Plowden, George,St. Mary's Co.,5th Feb., 1708-9;
26th Nov., 1713.
To son Edmond and hrs., plantation and land Resurrection Manor
To son George and hrs., The Farm where Timo. Mahoney
now lives and The Tavern and personalty.
To dau. Dorothy and hrs., personalty.
To dau. Winifred, personal estate, part of which is to be pd. by
son Edmond afsd., when he shall be 21 yrs. of age.
To sons afsd., residue of estate, real and personal.
Exs.: Son Edmond and Jno. Fenwick, Sr.
Overseers: Rich'd Fenwick, Jno. Fenwick, Sr., Wm. Chandler.
Test: Cornelius Sulavant, Jno. Haines, Sam'll Queen. 13. 618.
Plummer, Thomas, planter,St. Mary's Co.,28th Mch., 1738;
14th Sept., 1738.
To wife Margaret, extx., entire estate during life, at her decease
Hopston's Choice to cousin John and hrs., he failing
issue to bro. William Cuttler and hrs., he failing issue to William
Gloveer and hrs.; 50 A. Arbuston's Oak that came by
wife to her own disposal. After decease of wife half of what estate
was appraised at to John Plummer, other half to go as wife shall
Test: Daniel Duggens, Matthew Kenner, William Doxey. 21. 909.
Poore, Nicholas, Jr.,St. Mary's Co.,
9th of June, 1742, Thomas Aprice, Justice of the Peace, took oath
that he heard above test. say that he willed all of his estate to
John Barber. He to take care of test. wife , and pay
his debts. 23. 122.
Francis Pope, Charles Co. 10/1/1671-1/27/1672.
To: eldest sons Thomas and Francis Execs. and 400 ac. "Bryan's
Clift" and 350 ac. "Batten's Clift".
Two youngest sons, Richard and John 400 ac. "Roome" at
age 21. Four children afsd. residuary legatees.
Wit: Thomas Harris, John Bailey, James Tyer.
Potter, Henry,(aged 40 yrs.) St. Mary's Co.,22nd Dec., 1659;
23rd June, 1662.
Dau. Audry, sole legatee.
Ex. not named.
Test: Marcks Pheypo. 1. 145.
Potter, Henry,(aged 40 yrs.) St. Mary's Co.,22nd Dec., 1659; 23rd
1662. Dau. Audry, sole legatee. Ex. not named. Test: Marcks Pheypo.
Power, Joseph,St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1724-5;
31st Mch., 1724.
To Rev. Francis Loyd, £10.
To 2 nephews Nicholas, Jr., and John Power and niece Sarah Doyne,
residue of estate equally. Shd. any of sd. child. die, survivors
to divide portion of dec'd. Nephews to be of age at 21 yrs.
Ex.: Bro.-in-law Joshna Doyne.
Overseers: Cousin Clement Gardiner and Richard Miller.
Test: Wm. Spalding, Ignatius Crayeroft, George Birch. Codicil, 1st
Feb., 1724-5: To 2 nephews Nicho. and John and their hrs., dwell.
plan. and real estate equally. 18, 365.
Price, John, Col.,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1660;
11th Mch., 1660-1.
To son-in-law Joseph Bullett, land on Herring Ck.
To Herbert Howman and William Styles, personalty.
Dau. Anne Price, execx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and
personal, at 18 yrs. of age; if she die under age, ½ estate
to pass to sd. son-in-law Joseph Bullett; residue to establish a
free school, and in event of sd. Joseph and Ann dying under age,
all real estate to be used for establishing a free school.
Overseers: Wm. Hatton, Daniel Clocker, Geo. Mankall, Thos.
Test: Wm. Wilkinson, Thos. Dent, Wm. Hatton. 1. 141.
Price, John (64 yrs. of age),St. Mary's Co.,15th Nov., 1697;
28th May., 1698.
To wife Joan, extx., plantation and all personalty during life.
To dau. Eliza: and hrs., plantation afsd. and ½ of personalty
at death of wife.
To dau. Ann Roberts and hrs., Price's Lot and ½
of personalty at death of wife and plantation afsd. in event of
death of dau. ****liza: without issue. In event of death of both
daus. afsd. without issue, estate to be used for maintenance of
Test: Jno. Gillman, Jno. Johnson. 7. 374.
Price, John, Col.,St. Mary's Co.,10th Feb., 1660; 11th Mch., 1660-1.
son-in-law Joseph Bullett, land on Herring Ck. To Herbert Howman
Styles, personalty. Dau. Anne Price, execx. and residuary legatee
real and personal, at 18 yrs. of age; if she die under age, ½
pass to sd. son-in-law Joseph Bullett; residue to establish a free
and in event of sd. Joseph and Ann dying under age, all real estate
used for establishing a free school. Overseers: Wm. Hatton, Daniel
Geo. Mankall, Thos. Dent. Test: Wm. Wilkinson, Thos. Dent, Wm. Hatton.
Price, William, planter,St. Mary's Co.,20th Feb., 1728-9;
29th April, 1729.
To wife Johana, real estate during life; at her decease to son William
and hrs., except the old plan. adj. William Jenkin's, which is bequeathed
to son Henry and hrs.
To sons afsd. and dau. Frances, personalty.
To dau. Susana Hook, 1s.
Exs.: Wife and son William.
Test: Martha Dillon, Clare Price, James Walkden. 19, 654.