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Mary Anne DUVALL

Mary Anne DUVALL

Posted: 16 Sep 2006 10:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: NEITCHER, HAGAN,LAYTON,MILES,MOORE,TUCKER,TAYLOR,MADDOCK,SEEMES, DUVALL,DUNNE,DRURY,CAMBRON,WALEN,BARNES,PIDGEON
Mary Anne Duvall was born in 1824, unknown location, she married Joseph TAYLOR in 1843. Mary Ann DUVALL and Joseph TAYLOR are located in the Census as being in Arkansas in 1844. She died sometime before the 1860 US Census. I need to know if DUVALL was her maiden name or if she was widowed before she married Joseph TAYLOR? I also would like to know who her parents were? Mary Anne DUVALL is my Brick Wall!

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

Thomas J French (View posts)
Posted: 19 Sep 2006 1:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Cynthia,

Here is what I have on Marianna Duvall.

Tom French


First Generation
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1 Marianna DUVALL, 1C4R. Born on 25 Jan 1824.

On 26 Sep 1843 when Marianna was 19, she married Joseph Taylor, in Missouri.

They had one child:
i. Anne (1849-)


Second Generation
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2 John Miles DUVALL II. Born abt 1799 in St, Mary's County, Maryland. John Miles died in Perry County, Missouri on 29 Mar 1845, he was 46.

abt 1821 when John Miles was 22, he married Emily Jane FRENCH, GGGG Aunt, in Perry County, Missouri.

They had the following children:
i. Louis William
ii. Evaristus (1822-1863)
1 iii. Marianna (1824-)
iv. Sarah Ann (1825-1860)
v. Aloisius (1827-)
vi. James Renee (1829-)
vii. Hilary (1831-)
viii. Martha Ann (1833-)
ix. Caroline
x. Emily Jane (1841-)
xi. John Miles Jr. (1843-)
xii. Elizabeth Philomena (?-1845)
xiii. Francis Marianne (1847-?)
xiv. Joseph Simon

3 Emily Jane FRENCH, GGGG Aunt. Born in 1796 in Kentucky. Emily Jane died in Perry County, Missouri on 7 Feb 1860, she was 64.

She also married William Tucker


Third Generation
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4 John Miles DUVALL.

John Miles married Ann Roselle Philomena (ARPY) TARLETON.

They had the following children:
i. Simon (1783-1865)
2 ii. John Miles (~1799-1845)
iii. Thomas

5 Ann Roselle Philomena (ARPY) TARLETON.

6 Joseph F. French, GGGG Grandfather. Born on 27 Sep 1771 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Joseph F. died in Perry County, Missouri on 17 Apr 1846, he was 74. Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetary, Perryville, Missouri.

Joseph served during the War of 1812 under Captain Fidelio C. Sharp's Co., Reg't Kentucky Mtd. Vol. Militia commanded by Lt. Col Young Ewing. He served as a private, being dischargerd on 10/30/1812
Joseph is buried in St. Mary of the Barrens Cemetery in Perryville, Missouri, # 913




Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19

Husband's Name
Joseph FRENCH Born: 27 Sep 1761 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 17 Jul 1846 Place:
Married: 6 Apr 1793 Place: , Nelson, Kentucky

Father: Ignatius FRENCH
Mother: Elizabeth


Wife's Name
Mary Ann NORRIS

Born: 18 Apr 1768 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 3 Mar 1841 Place: , Perry, Missouri
Married: 6 Apr 1793 Place: , Nelson, Kentucky

Father:
Mother:

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Children

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Elizabeth FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1793 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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Emily Jane FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1795 Place: <, , Missouri>

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Jane FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1797 Place: <, , Missouri>

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M Lewis FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1801 Place: <, , Missouri>

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F Eleanor FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1803 Place: <, , Missouri>

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Mary Ann FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1805 Place: <, , Missouri>

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Sarah Ann Manning FRENCH

Born: 15 Oct 1799 Place: <, , Missouri>
Died: 11 Mar 1865 Place: , , Missouri
Buried: Place: Mt Hope Cem, Perryville, Perry, Missouri

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Descendants of Joseph French:


1 Joseph French b: ABT. 1765
+ Mary-Ann Norris b: ABT. 1775
2 Sarah Ann French b: 15 Oct 1799 d: 11 Mar 1865
+ Ezechiel Manning b: 1793 d: 17 Sep 1823
3 Lewis Manning b: ABT. 1817
3 Louisa Manning b: ABT. 1819
+ Simon Riney b: 1814
4 Frances Mary Riney b: 27 Jan 1839
3 Benedict Manning b: 16 Mar 1823 d: 15 Apr 1918
+ Rosanna Moore b: 25 Aug 1824 d: 12 Sep 1873
4 Frances Manning b: ABT. 1844
4 Varice Manning b: 6 Feb 1847 d: 13 Feb 1920
+ Theresa Catherine Moore b: 2 Feb 1848 d: 18 Mar 1873
5 Martina Manning b: ABT. 1872
+ James Henry Vanderhider b: ABT. 1868
+ Mary-Matilda Clover b: 1846
5 Benjamin Manning b: 31 Oct 1878 d: 3 Nov 1928
6 Zula Mae Manning b: ABT. 1899
5 Malissa Ann Manning b: 2 Jun 1880
+ Walter Thomas Cook b: 17 Jul 1875
5 Matilda Delenia Manning b: 18 Sep 1882 d: 26 Sep 1882
5 Henry Vetallis Manning b: 13 Feb 1886 d: 27 Mar 1938
5 Thomas Joseph Manning b: 13 Feb 1886 d: 13 Feb 1886
4 Louisa Manning b: 14 Apr 1849 d: 1918
5 John Antonio Mudd b: 22 Aug 1877
5 Leonard Mudd b: 21 Dec 1881
5 Joseph Edward Mudd b: 6 Mar 1884
5 Mary-Adaline Mudd b: 1 Jun 1887
5 Ella Exvire Mudd b: 15 Feb 1892
4 John Manning b: Jun 1852 d: 8 Nov 1856
4 Thomas E. Manning b: ABT. 1853
5 Lucy Pearl Manning b: 31 Jul 1880
5 Matilda Manning b: ABT. 1882
5 Elizabeth Honora Manning b: 3 Dec 1884
5 Louisa Manning b: ABT. 1885
5 Martina Manning b: ABT. 1886
5 Letha Manning b: ABT. 1887
5 Frank Martin Manning b: 6 Dec 1888
5 Gussie Manning b: ABT. 1889
5 Wesley Thomas Manning b: 15 Oct 1891
5 Arthur James Manning b: 30 Oct 1893
5 Philip Manning b: ABT. 1895
4 Louis Martin Manning b: 29 Nov 1856 d: 9 Mar 1932
+ Ellen Priscilla Sawey b: 18 Feb 1862 d: 12 Nov 1931
5 Essie Manning b: 1 Nov 1882 d: ABT. 1883
5 James Alfred Manning b: 23 Aug 1884 d: ABT. 1902
5 Mary-Elizabeth Manning b: 11 Nov 1888
5 Frederick Vincent Manning b: ABT. 1890
5 Oscar S. Manning b: ABT. 1892
5 Rose Ann Manning b: ABT. 1899
4 Mary-Frances Manning b: 15 Jul 1859
+ Vincent Marion Hagan b: 22 Nov 1855 d: 26 Dec 1940
5 Gregory Linus Hagan b: 24 Jul 1878 d: 20 Apr 1945
5 Francis Marion Hagan b: 15 Feb 1884
6 Lester Hagan b: ABT. 1906
5 Ora Bertha Hagan b: 22 May 1890
+ James Wesley Moore b: 7 Aug 1888 d: 15 Feb 1927
4 James Manning b: 7 Mar 1861 d: 25 Jan 1937
5 James Ezekiel Manning b: 26 Jul 1887
5 Emmett Manning b: 27 Nov 1889
5 Bernard Herbert Manning b: 4 Oct 1891
5 Eula Annie Manning b: 25 Dec 1893
5 Mary-Zula Manning b: Nov 1895
5 Ernest Vincent Manning b: 25 Oct 1897
5 Jewell Virginia Manning b: 9 Apr 1901
4 Anna Manning b: 16 Nov 1862
+ Thomas Riney III b: 11 Feb 1784 d: 19 Feb 1859
3 Evarista Riney b: 1825
3 Severius Riney b: ABT. 1826
+ Ann Arpy Lucy Duvall b: 15 Dec 1823 d: 1 Feb 1861
4 John Riney b: 1847
4 Rosella Riney b: 1849
4 Isabella Riney b: 1851
4 Henrietta Riney b: 1853
4 Varice Riney b: 1855
3 Lavina Riney b: 1832 d: 1 Jun 1873
+ Lawrence Rice b: 12 Mar 1827 d: 23 Dec 1849
+ Bernard Cissell b: 22 Oct 1822 d: 6 Nov 1872
4 Louise Cissell b: 1861 d: 26 Mar 1882
3 William Riney b: 1833 d: 1845
3 Emily Riney b: ABT. 1834 d: 16 Sep 1860
+ Edward Tucker b: 11 Jul 1830 d: 27 Jul 1859
4 Elizabeth Tucker b: 17 Jul 1854
4 Virginia Josephine Tucker b: 13 Feb 1856
4 Mary-Francis Mandeville Amanda Tucker b: 4 Oct 1857
4 Ambrosia Tucker b: 7 Dec 1859 d: 26 Nov 1893
+ William Lawrence May b: 2 Sep 1854 d: 14 Oct 1936
5 Ada Evelyn May b: 5 Oct 1880
+ James-Edward Taylor b: 8 Apr 1872 d: 26 Dec 1923
5 Mary-Justina May b: 26 Dec 1883
5 John William May b: 25 Nov 1885
5 Edward Thomas May b: Jul 1888
5 Laurence E. May b: Dec 1889
+ Agnes ----- (May) b: 1898
5 Mary-L. May b: Nov 1892
4 Edward A. Tucker b: 7 Dec 1859
+ John Chrysostom Layton b: 22 Apr 1820 d: 23 Jan 1863
3 Charles Marion Riney b: 1838
3 Sarah A. Riney b: 1840
+ Gregory Brewer b: 19 Dec 1833 d: 18 May 1889
4 Louise Brewer b: 1858
4 Son Brewer b: 12 May 1884
2 Mary-Ann French b: ABT. 1800
3 Theresa Emiline Bright b: 1 Jul 1832 d: 1 Jul 1858
+ Thomas P. Duvall b: 21 Feb 1830
3 Emily Ann Bright b: 4 Jun 1834 d: 15 Jul 1878
+ Richard J. Maddock b: ABT. 1836 d: 15 Apr 1885
4 Lavina Maddock b: 1858
4 Mary Maddock b: 1860
4 Lawrence Maddock b: 1862
4 Teresa Maddock b: 1864
4 William Maddock b: 1866
4 Henrietta Maddock b: 1868
4 Burnetta Maddock b: 1868
3 John William Bright b: ABT. 1835
+ Minerva Jane French b: ABT. 1849
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Here is an account of the murder. Sounds like these were 2 bad guys.

Perry County Republican
Vol. XXV Perryville, Missouri 23 July 1914
Suspects of Menne Murder in Jail
Claude French and Jesse Javaux Arrested

Claud French and Jesse Javaux who are in jail in Perryville are suspected of being implicated in the murder of Ed. Menne, an account of which was given in the Republican last week.
These men were arrested in Thos. ChavauxÂ’s saloon at Belgique last Thursday evening, by deputy sheriff, Ed. DeClerk, and marshall Buff, of Perryville, and were charged with petty larceny in stealing some oysters from Lawarence LaytonÂ’s store at Belgique.
Information obtained after the inquest held by Coroner Blaylock over the remains of Mr. Menne developed a strong suspicion of French and Javaux being implicated in the horrible affair at Anchor Landing.
County Attorney P.B. Hood and the coroner made a further investigation that confirmed and convinced them in the belief that French and Javaux were guilty. While there was no direct evidence, circumstances which linked into one another, pointed strongly to them.
Their arrest followed as stated above. French was placed in the county jail, and Javaux in the city jail so that they might not confer. Javaux was later removed to the court house detention cell.
The arrest, as is, usual in such cases, started all kinds of rumors, some with foundation and some without, so that any definite information is hard to get at.
It is pretty generally understood that since being placed in jail Javaux has made a partial confession to Mr. Hood in the presence of Ed DeClerk but these gentlemen refuse to talk, feeling that it is not best at this time to make public any information, as they are working on clues that they hope will strengthen the facts they already have and which might be blocked if made public at this time and we believe they are right in taking this view of the matter.
French and Javaux were at Belgique the evening of the murder and were seen to leave there and go to the woods where they had been camping out, and to come from there the next morning, but there is a good reason to believe that they were not at camp the whole of the night, and this view was strengthened by later developments.
Since the arrest of the two men it is said that a revolver, about $15 and some other articles have been found hid about the haunts of the men, but this the officials also refuse to confirm.
It is also stated that in his confession Javaux placed the blame of the killing on French while Javaux was on the outside of the building and that French fired the building, but this is not given here as authentic, as the official would not confirm the statement.
Javaux has been working for H. D. Duvall all summer, but French only appeared in the neighborhood a few weeks before the murder.
He and Javaux, who are cousins have been together a great deal, and other parties have joined them from time to time and this has led to the belief that others may have been implicated.
French is about 28 years old and bears a bad reputation, having been in several ugly scrapes in St. Louis. He is a brother of Clay French, who was sent to the reform school for slugging a tramp here some years ago.
Javaux is a younger man by several years, and has been in no trouble before. He is reported as having said that he would not have been in this but was under the influence of liquor at this time.
We understand that information charging French and Javaux with the murder of Menne will be filed this week, then will follow the preliminary trial unless waived by the parties.
The crime was a most brutal act combining, murder, arson and robbery, and every effort should be made to bring the guilty ones to justice and fixing their punishment in keeping with their crime, and this we are satisfied our officials are attempting to do.

John D-H note: this was transcribed on 6 December 2000 by Linda McCall from a microfilm copy of the original newspaper provided by Billie Mills of the Perry County Historical Society, P.O. Box 97, Perryville, MO 63775.
John D-H historical notes:
Edward Menne was born in Perry County, Missouri in February 1855. His father was born in Germany.
William “Jesse” Javaux was born 2 September 1879 in Perry County, Missouri. He would have been 36 years old at the time of the murder. His great grandfather Victor Javaux was born in France about 1789 and settled in Perry County.
Claude French was born August 1885 in Perry County, Missouri. He would have been about 40 years old at the time of the murder. His great-great grandfather Joseph French was born in Maryland and was one of the earliest settlers in Perry County.




Joseph French Compact Disc #47 Pin #999996
Sex: M

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Event(s):
Birth: 27 Sep 1761 Place:
Birth: 27 Sep 1761 Place: Cecil Co,MD
Birth: 27 Sep 1761 Place: MD
Death: 17 Jul 1846 Place:
Death: 17 Jul 1846 Place: Perry Co,MO

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Parents:

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Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mary Ann Norris Disc #47 Pin #999882

Marriage: 6 Apr 1793 Place: Nelson Co,KY



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Notes and Sources:
Notes: Available on CD-ROM Disc# 47
Sources: None

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Submitter:
James T ELLER
907 W. 7th st Sedalia,MO.65301




On 6 Apr 1793 when Joseph F. was 21, he married Mary Ann Norris, GGGG Grandmother, in Nelson County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:
i. Elizabeth (1792-1843)
3 ii. Emily Jane (1796-1860)
iii. Sarah Ann (1799-1865)
iv. Lewis (1803-1857)
v. Elanore (1802-1822)
vi. Hilary (1806-1823)
vii. Benedict (1807-1822)
viii. Mary Ann (1809-1852)

7 Mary Ann Norris, GGGG Grandmother. Born on 18 Apr 1768 in St.Mary's County, Maryland. Mary Ann died in Perry County, Missouri on 2 Mar 1841, she was 72. Buried in Mt. Hope Cemetary, Perryville Missouri.


Fourth Generation
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8 Jacob DUVALL. Born on 19 Apr 1715 in Queen Annes Par Maryland.

Jacob married Mary UNKNOWN.

They had one child:
4 i. John Miles

9 Mary UNKNOWN.

10 James TARLETON.

Child:
5 i. Ann Roselle Philomena (ARPY)

12 Ignatius Sr. FRENCH (FROM JOHN), 5G Grandfather. Born abt 1749 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Ignatius Sr. died in Nelson County, Kentucky in 1810, he was 61.

Will of IGNATIUS FRENCH, SR., July18,1771, St. Mary's County MD. p.644-645.
In the name Of God Amen, the eighteenth day of July in the year of Our Lord, 1771. I, Ignatius French, Senior of St. Mary's County, being sick of body but in perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God for it, therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body & that it is appointed for all men to die, make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, that is to say principally and first of all, I give my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it, and my body to the earth from whence it came to be buried in Christian like manner as my executer hereafter named shall see fit, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall_______ THE SAME AGAIN BY THE mighty power of Almighty God and as touching (?) such worldly goods as God has blessed me with in this life. I give and dispose of in manner and form following. VIZ:Item: I give to my eldest daughter Ann Yates, one shilling sterling, being her full part of my estate. Item: I give to my daughter Elinor French, thirty shillings currency. Item:I give all remainder of my ESTATE, after my debts are paid to be equally divided amongst my seven children. Elinor French, James French, Martin French, Raphael French, Mary French, Ignatius French, Stephen French. Lastly, I appoint my well beloved son James French my whole and sole Executer of this my last Will and Testament, revoking & did annulling all other will or wills by me made, but declare this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. In WITNESS whereof, I have set my hand and seal the day and year above written,
Ignatius + French Sr.( SEAL )Signed, sealed & deliveredin the presence of us
Peter BrownFrancis Beauman
Saint Mary's County to wit: On the twentieth day of March 1772, came Peter Brown and Francis Beauman, the two subscribing witnesses to the within last will and testament of Ignatius French Sr., of late of this county aforesaid deceased, and severally made oath on the Holy Evangels of Almighty God that they did see this said Ignatius French Sr. the testator herein named, sign and seal this will and heard him publish & declare the same to be his last will and testament and that at the time of his doing he was to the best of their_____each of the apprehension of perfect sense and of sound & disposing mind, memory and understanding, and that they respectively subscribed their names as with witnesses to the said Will in the presence and at the request of the testator and that they did see each other subscribe their names as witnesses.

Will of IGNATIUS FRENCH, JR., dated February 10 1810, Nelson County KY
In the name of God Amen, I Ignatius French, Seinier of Nelson County in State of Kentucky being in a low weak condition, but of perfect mind and memory & judgement thanks be to god for the same & calling into mind the mortality of my Body & knowing that is appointed for all men once to die & being desirous to settle my affairs - in time do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following. I_____ I give & bequeath unto my two sons Ignatius French & William French the plantation whereon I now live to be equally divided between them which contains one hundred & fifty acres & all my household furniture. I also give and bequeath to the aforesaid Ignatius French Juner & William French - Item I also give and bequeath to my son Ignatius French Junior ----------------- mare called Conny and her colt the mare to William & the colt to Ignatius. Not withstanding its mentioning in the Eleventh line from the top I give all my household furniture to Ignatius French & William it is my will & desires that they give my son Joseph French their brother the third choice of one of my beds & its furniture & the residue of my estate I hereby give & bequeath to the ----or all of my children to be equally divided amongst them all & I hereby appoint constitute of affirm my son Ignatius French my whole & sole executor of this my last will & testament & in the presence of the subscribing witnesses presented I have here unto signed or suffered to be put or signed my name & seal this the tenth day of February Eighteen Hundred and ten.
Witnesses PresentWilliam T Shanecy Ignatius French - sealJames Metcalf
At the county court held for Nelson County on Monday the 16 day of April 1810
The above last will and testament of Ignatius French deceased was proved by the oaths of William T Shanecy & James Medcalf the subscribing witnesses thereto & sworn to by Ignatius French the Executor therein named and ordered record
Test, Ben Grayson C.C.

The Last Will of JAMES FRENCH , Dated March 4, 1733, St.Marys County, MD, Pgs. 26-27
In the name of God, Amen, I, James French of St.Mary's County______ being weak in body but of sound mind & memory, blessed be God, do make this my last Will & Testament in form as follows:_____I give & bequeath unto my beloved grandson, John French, to him and his heirs forever, one hundred & ten acres of land to be laid out on the West side of my land & also on the west side of a Branch unto my well beloved grand child, Mary Leake, wife of John Leake, to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever. Item: My Will is that my good & trusty servant, James Kirby shall be free from servitude on the day of my death. Item: My Will is after all my just debts are paid, all that remains of my personal Estate be equally divided amongst all my grandchildren. Item: I constitute & appoint my said grandchild, John French, my whole & sole executor of this my last Will & Testament, in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal on this fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1733
James French (SEAL)
Signed, sealed & published to be his las Will & Testament in the presence of:
John ThompsonJames Ruil(?)Elizabeth French. 21. 6.
March 17, 1733John Thompson and Elizabeth French, two of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will, being duly & solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, depose & say that they saw the testator, James French, sign the foregoing Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will & Testament that at the time of his doing so he was to the best of their apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of John French, grandson & heir at law, which same, John French did not object to the ____of the said Will.Sworn to before me Tho. Aisquith (?), Dep. County Clk. of St. Mary's County.

Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767
13 Jun, 1770
To first son John French, all land on west side of Cookses' Run; at his decease, to grandson Bennett French; if he die without hrs. to grandson Barnet French. To second son Ignatius French, my now dwelling plantation and all remainder of land called "Hopton Park"; but for want of hrs., to grandson Bennet French. 1/2 of personal estate to second son Ignatius French, and youngest dau. Susanna French. Remainder of estate to be equally divided between children: Mary Yates,, John French, Elizabeth Medcalf, Monaco Davis, Ignatius and Susanna French. Ex: Son Ignatius.
Wit: Wm. Bruer, Elizabeth, Anthony and Peter Brown.

Samuel Greenwell Petition against estate of Martin FRENCH, 8/1/1804, St.Marys County, MD
Petition of Samuel Greenwell shows that a certain Martin French d. intestate on or about April 20, 1804 seized of "Twittenham", leaving your petitioner, heir and representative of Mary Greenwell (deceased) who was sister to sd. Martin French and entitled to 1/5 part; James French, a brother 1/5 part; Raphael French, 1/5 part; Susanna Greenwell, Eleanor Brown, William Yates, Ignatius Yates, Eleanor French, John French, Dorothy Cissell, George Cissell, and Barton Yates, which last mentioned five are infants, his legal representatives. Eleanor French and John French, heirs of Ignatius French, 1/5; 1/6 to Barton Yates, heir; Martin Yates, dec'd who was one of the heirs of Ann Yates,dec'd, sister of the dec'd, 1/5; the others 1/6 or 1/5 pt. to Susanna Greenwell, one of the heirs of Ann Yates, sister of the dec'd; Eleanor Yates, 1/6 of 1/5 of Ann Yates; William Yates, 1/6 of 1/5 pt. of Ann Yates, sister of the dec'd; 1/6 of 1/5 pt. To Ignatius Yates, of Ann Yates, sister of the dec'd; Dorothy Cissell and George Cissell of Catherine Cissell, repres. of Ann Yates. Purchased by Andrew Somerville, highest bidder.(SMC Land Commission Records, JH #5, f.194).






Migration from Maryland: 1780 - 1820
Counties: St. Mary's (SMC), Charles (CC), Calvert (CaC), Prince George's (PGC)
This is a work in progress.Comments, corrections, additions, email






updated 6/2002 A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N 0 P Q-R S T U-V W-Z

From the Nelson County Genealogist, Vol 18 #2 and #3, taken from the compiled list of Wm. G. O'Toole of Sept 1997 of MD to KY Settlers based on historical accounts by Webb, Mattingly and Schauniger; transcribed by Shirley Platt.
NAME SETTLEMENT
Abell Abner Rolling Fork Settlement
Abell Absolom Rolling Fork Settlement
Abell Barton Rolling Fork Settlement
Abell Jesse Rolling Fork Settlement
Abell Robert Rolling Fork Settlement
Adams Eli Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Adams Richard Fairfield Settlement
Algair Michael Scott County Settlement
Alvey John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Alvey Thomas S. Hardin's Creek Settlement
Ashby Bladen Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Ashby Silas Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Ashby Thompson Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Aud Thomas Fairfield Settlement
Aud Zachariah Fairfield Settlement
Austin James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Bald William Pottinger's Creek
Barney Commodore Joseph Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Barton
Franklin Co Settlement
Bean
Bardstown & Vicinity
Bean Bennet Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Beaven Col. Charles Hardin's Creek Settlement
Beaven Edward Hardin's Creek Settlement
Beaven Richard Hardin's Creek Settlement
Beaven Samuel Breckenridge Co Settlement
Beaven Thompson Bardstown & Vicinity
Beckitt Thomas Hardin's Creek Settlement
Bell James Scott County Settlement
Bell Joseph Scott County Settlement
Bell Walter Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Berry Edward Hardin's Creek Settlement
Blacklock Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Blacklock Nathaniel Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Blacklock William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Blandford Aquilla Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Blandford Charles T. Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Blandford Ignatius Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Bolton John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Boone Henry Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Boone John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Boone Washington Pottinger's Creek
Borders
Hardin's Creek Settlement
Bowles
Rolling Fork Settlement
Bowles Ignatius Pottinger's Creek
Bowles John Pottinger's Creek
Bowles Walter Scott County Settlement
Bowles William Pottinger's Creek
Bowlin(g) Thomas Pottinger's Creek
Bowman Russell Hardin's Creek Settlement
Boyle Matthew J. Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Brewer Thomas Fairfield Settlement
Brewer William Pottinger's Creek
Brown Alexander Hardin's Creek Settlement
Brown George Hardin's Creek Settlement
Brown Jeremiah Pottinger's Creek
Bryan Francis Pottinger's Creek
Bryan William Hardin's Creek Settlement
Buckman Clement Rolling Fork Settlement
Buckman Harry Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Buckman Ignatius Rolling Fork Settlement
Buckman Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Buckman William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Burch Walter Pottinger's Creek
Burke John Scott County Settlement
Byrne Ignatius Pottinger's Creek
Cambron Baptist Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Cambron Henry Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carlisle
Franklin Co Settlement
Carrico Cornelius Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carrico James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carrico Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carrico Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carrico Nathaniel Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Carter Ann Scott County Settlement
Cassedy John Breckenridge Co Settlement
Cissel(l) Ignatius Pottinger's Creek
Cissel(l) Robert Pottinger's Creek
Cissell Bernard Pottinger's Creek
Cissell Jeremiah Hardin's Creek Settlement
Cissell John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Cissell Matthew Hardin's Creek Settlement
Cissell Sylvester Hardin's Creek Settlement
Cissell Wilfred Scott County Settlement
Clark Clement Fairfield Settlement
Clark Ignatius Hardin's Creek Settlement
Clark John Breckenridge Co Settlement
Clark Joseph Pottinger's Creek
Clark Joseph Fairfield Settlement
Clark Mary (95 yrs) Pottinger's Creek
Clark Richard Fairfield Settlement
Clarkson Knotley Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Clarvoe Henry Scott County Settlement
Clements Austin Fairfield Settlement
Clements John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Clements Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Combs James Scott County Settlement
Combs Junius Scott County Settlement
Combs Robert Scott County Settlement
Cook Robert Hardin's Creek Settlement
Coomes Francis Fairfield Settlement
Coomes Henry Breckenridge Co Settlement
Coomes Ignatius (1) Breckenridge Co Settlement
Coomes Ignatius (2) Breckenridge Co Settlement
Coomes Joshua Breckenridge Co Settlement
Coomes Richard Fairfield Settlement
Coomes William Bardstown & Vicinity
Craycroft Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Dant James Pottinger's Creek
Dant John Baptist Pottinger's Creek
Dant Joseph Pottinger's Creek
Davis Forrest Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Dearing
Franklin Co Settlement
Dearing Walter Franklin Co Settlement
Dearing Walter Scott County Settlement
Dolan James Rolling Fork Settlement
Dolan Thomas Scott County Settlement
Donnelly Cornelius Scott County Settlement
Dooley John Scott County Settlement
Dougherty
Fairfield Settlement
Dougherty Bernard Scott County Settlement
Dougherty James Scott County Settlement
Downs John (104 yrs) Pottinger's Creek
Drury Hilary Fairfield Settlement
Drury Ignatius Fairfield Settlement
Dufriend Paul Scott County Settlement
Durham John Scott County Settlement
Edelin John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Edelin Joseph Pottinger's Creek
Edelin Robert Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Edelin Samuel Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Edelin Zackariah Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Edlin Richard Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Edwards Ninian Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Elder Arnold Breckenridge Co Settlement
Elder James Fairfield Settlement
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Fagan Michael Rolling Fork Settlement
Fairleigh Andrew Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Falls David Scott County Settlement
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Fenwick Cornelius Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Fenwick Cornelius Franklin Co Settlement
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Fenwick Henry Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Fenwick Richard Rolling Fork Settlement
Fenwick Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Field Wilfred Cartwright's Creek Settlement
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Force Samuel Breckenridge Co Settlement
Forrest Richard Rolling Fork Settlement
Forrest Thomas Rolling Fork Settlement
Forrest Zepheniah Rolling Fork Settlement
French Ignatius Pottinger's Creek
Gallihan Clement Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Gannon James Hardin's Creek Settlement
Gardiner Clement Fairfield Settlement
Gardiner Joseph Fairfield Settlement
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Gau William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Geohegan, Sr Ambrose Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Gettings McKenzie Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Glasgow Thomas Bardstown & Vicinity
Goodrum Wilfred Hardin's Creek Settlement
Gough Ignatius Scott County Settlement
Gough James Scott County Settlement
Gough John B. Scott County Settlement
Gough, Jr John B. Scott County Settlement
Green Benjamin Hardin's Creek Settlement
Green Henry Scott County Settlement
Green James Scott County Settlement
Green Leonard Hardin's Creek Settlement
Greenwell Bennet Scott County Settlement
Greenwell Henry S. Scott County Settlement
Gross John Scott County Settlement
Gwynn Thomas Bardstown & Vicinity
Hagan Alexius Bardstown & Vicinity
Hagan Basil Bardstown & Vicinity
Hagan Henry Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hagan Ignatius Pottinger's Creek
Hagan Monica Pottinger's Creek
Hagan Randal Pottinger's Creek
Hagan Raphael Fairfield Settlement
Hagan Robert Bardstown & Vicinity
Hager James Rolling Fork Settlement
Hall George Scott County Settlement
Hamilton Alexander Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hamilton Clement Rolling Fork Settlement
Hamilton Leonard Rolling Fork Settlement
Hamilton Samuel Rolling Fork Settlement
Hamilton Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hamilton Walter Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hardesty George Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hardisty John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Harper Andrew A. Scott County Settlement
Hayden Bennet Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hayden Clement Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hayden Edward Bardstown & Vicinity
Hayden James Rolling Fork Settlement
Hayden John Rolling Fork Settlement
Hayden John Rolling Fork Settlement
Hayden Joseph Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hayden Wilfred Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hayden William Rolling Fork Settlement
Hayden William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hayden Jr. Basil Rolling Fork Settlement
Higdon Peter Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Higdon Thomas Fairfield Settlement
Hill Clement Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hill Harry Pottinger's Creek
Hill Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Hines Col. Andrew Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Holton
Franklin Co Settlement
Holton John A. Scott County Settlement
Hoskins
Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hottenroth
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Howard Charles Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Howard Edward Bardstown & Vicinity
Howard James Hardin's Creek Settlement
Howard John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Howard John Scott County Settlement
Howard Richard Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Howe Joseph Pottinger's Creek
Hughes James Hardin's Creek Settlement
Hutchins John Pottinger's Creek
James Mrs. Ann Scott County Settlement
Jamison
Scott County Settlement
Janes Austin Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Janes John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jarboe
Rolling Fork Settlement
Jarboe Arnold Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jarboe Henry Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jarboe John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jarboe Richard Fairfield Settlement
Jarboe Stephen Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jarboe Walter Hardin's Creek Settlement
Jenkins Austin Scott County Settlement
Jenkins Thomas Courtney Scott County Settlement
Jenkins William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Johnson Clement Pottinger's Creek
Johnson John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Johnson Leonard Pottinger's Creek
Johnson Simeon Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Jones Fielding Scott County Settlement
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Kelly John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
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Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Knott James Fairfield Settlement
Knott Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Lancaster John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Lancaster Raphael Bardstown & Vicinity
Leake Thomas Scott County Settlement
Lee Philip Pottinger's Creek
Lee Robert Scott County Settlement
Lee Samuel Rolling Fork Settlement
Lilly John Fairfield Settlement
Lilly Thomas Fairfield Settlement
Little William Scott County Settlement
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Lucas Henry Pottinger's Creek
Luckett Henry Rolling Fork Settlement
Luckett Hezekiah Pottinger's Creek
Luckett Hezekiah Fairfield Settlement
Lynch B. Scott County Settlement
Madden Walter Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mahony William Pottinger's Creek
Manning John Scott County Settlement
Mattingly Charles Cartwright's Creek Settlement
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Mattingly Leonard Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mattingly Lucas Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mattingly Philip Pottinger's Creek
Mattingly Richard Breckenridge Co Settlement
Mattingly William Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mattingly Zachariah Breckenridge Co Settlement
McAtee Henry Pottinger's Creek
McAtee Richard Scott County Settlement
McDaniel Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
McDonough Patrick Scott County Settlement
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McGill Joseph Breckenridge Co Settlement
McGill Thomas Breckenridge Co Settlement
McGowan Patrick Scott County Settlement
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Medley Ignatius Hardin's Creek Settlement
Medley John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Medley Thomas Hardin's Creek Settlement
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Melton Stanislaus Pottinger's Creek
Merrimee
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Miles Barton Hardin's Creek Settlement
Miles Harry Pottinger's Creek
Miles John S. Hardin's Creek Settlement
Miles John S. Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Miles Nicholas Fairfield Settlement
Miles Philip Pottinger's Creek
Miles Philip (moved) Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Mills Bernard Rolling Fork Settlement
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Mills John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mills Joseph Pottinger's Creek
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Mitchell Col. Joseph Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mollahorne James Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mollihorne James Pottinger's Creek
Montgomery Austin Fairfield Settlement
Montgomery Basil Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery Bernard Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery Charles Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery Jeremiah Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Montgomery William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Moon Solomon H. Scott County Settlement
Moore
Rolling Fork Settlement
Morgan
Franklin Co Settlement
Morgan Benjamin Rolling Fork Settlement
Morgan Dennis Scott County Settlement
Mudd
Breckenridge Co Settlement
Mudd Andrew Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mudd Ignatius Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mudd Joseph Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mudd Luke Hardin's Creek Settlement
Mudd Raphael R. Pottinger's Creek
Mudd Thomas Pottinger's Creek
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Mudd William Scott County Settlement
Mulholland David Scott County Settlement
Musgrove Jansen Scott County Settlement
Nally Bernard Pottinger's Creek
Neeley David Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Neeley James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Newton Joseph Franklin Co Settlement
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Nord Mrs. Franklin Co Settlement
Norris Henry Pottinger's Creek
Norris Rodolphus Pottinger's Creek
O'Driscoll Florence Scott County Settlement
O'Hara Keene Scott County Settlement
O'Nan Dennis Franklin Co Settlement
O'Nan, Jr James Franklin Co Settlement
O'Neil Jonas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
O'Neil Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Odrien (OBrien?)
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Offutt Augustine Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Offutt Z. B. Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Osborne Basil Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Osborne Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Osborne Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Osborne Walter Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Osborne William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Palmers Miss Scott County Settlement
Payne Charles Pottinger's Creek
Payne John Fairfield Settlement
Payne Patrick Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Peak Francis Pottinger's Creek
Pierceall Clement Rolling Fork Settlement
Pierceall Joseph Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Pitt Archibald Fairfield Settlement
Powell Mrs. Martha Ruth Scott County Settlement
Powell Peter Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Price Joseph Bardstown & Vicinity
Price Thomas Bardstown & Vicinity
Pulliam William Scott County Settlement
Queen James Pottinger's Creek
Queen Joseph Bardstown & Vicinity
Raleigh Basil Rolling Fork Settlement
Raleigh Henry Rolling Fork Settlement
Raleigh John Rolling Fork Settlement
Raley Basil Rolling Fork Settlement
Raley John Rolling Fork Settlement
Raney James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Raney Patrick Hardin's Creek Settlement
Raney Robert Hardin's Creek Settlement
Raney Thomas Hardin's Creek Settlement
Rapier Charles Bardstown & Vicinity
Rapier William Bardstown & Vicinity
Reid Christopher Scott County Settlement
Reynolds John Bardstown & Vicinity
Rhodes Abraham Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Rhodes Bennett Hardin's Creek Settlement
Rhodes Elias Breckenridge Co Settlement
Richardson Abner Scott County Settlement
Riddle Samuel Scott County Settlement
Riney Basil Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney Clement Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney Jesse Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney Jonathan Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Riney Zachariah Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Roby Hezekiah Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Rogers Daniel Fairfield Settlement
Roney Roger Rolling Fork Settlement
Rudd Christopher Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Rudd James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Ryan Richard Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Sanders Anthony Bardstown & Vicinity
Sansbury Nicholas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Simms John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Simms Samuel Hardin's Creek Settlement
Simpson James Fairfield Settlement
Simpson Walter Fairfield Settlement
Sims Francis Rolling Fork Settlement
Smith Benedict Fairfield Settlement
Smith Benedict Bardstown & Vicinity
Smith E. Baker Bardstown & Vicinity
Smith Giles Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Smith Samuel Hardin's Creek Settlement
Smith Samuel Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Spalding Benedict Rolling Fork Settlement
Spalding James Fairfield Settlement
Spalding John Pottinger's Creek
Spalding Joseph Pottinger's Creek
Speaks Basil Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Speaks James Fairfield Settlement
Speaks Urban Pottinger's Creek
Spink Ignatius Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Spink Raphael Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Stevens James Pottinger's Creek
Stuart John Bardstown & Vicinity
Sweeney
Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Tarleton George W. Scott County Settlement
Tarleton James Scott County Settlement
Tarleton Jeremiah\ Scott County Settlement
Taylor Anderson Scott County Settlement
Thawles Isaac Pottinger's Creek
Thompson Bennett Hardin's Creek Settlement
Thompson Col. Valentine Fairfield Settlement
Thompson Gabriel Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Thompson George Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Thompson J. B. Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Thompson John Hardin's Creek Settlement
Thompson Richard Hardin's Creek Settlement
Thompson Thomas Scott County Settlement
Todd S. Scott County Settlement
Troutman Michael Elizabethtown and Hardin Co
Tucker Thomas Hardin's Creek Settlement
Tucker Zachariah Hardin's Creek Settlement
Turner Josiah Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Vinton (Hinton) Veitchel (Vachel) Breckenridge Co Settlement
Warren Charles Fairfield Settlement
Warren Charles Bardstown & Vicinity
Wathen Charles Fairfield Settlement
Wathen Edward Rolling Fork Settlement
Wathen Harry Bardstown & Vicinity
Wathen Henry H. Rolling Fork Settlement
Wathen Jeremiah Pottinger's Creek
Wathen John Rolling Fork Settlement
Wathen Wilfred Fairfield Settlement
West James Scott County Settlement
Wheatley Bennett Hardin's Creek Settlement
Wheatly
Franklin Co Settlement
Wheatly Edward Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Wheatly James Cartwright's Creek Settlement
White William Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Willett John Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Williams Alexander Hardin's Creek Settlement
Williams Kenrick Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Wimsett Joseph Rolling Fork Settlement
Wimsett Raphael Rolling Fork Settlement
Wimsett Stephen Rolling Fork Settlement
Worland Bernard Scott County Settlement
Worland Thomas Scott County Settlement
Yates Enoch Rolling Fork Settlement
Yates Thomas Cartwright's Creek Settlement
Yates Zachariah Rolling Fork Settlement
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Birth: 1740 , , Maryland
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Marriage: About 1760 Of, , , Maryland
Death: 1810
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Father: John French Family
Mother: Mrs. French


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Wife
Mrs. French Pedigree


Birth: About 1739 Of, , , Maryland
Christening:
Marriage: About 1760 Of, , , Maryland
Death:
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1. Joseph French Pedigree
Male

Birth: 27 SEP 1761 , , Maryland
Christening:
Death: 17 JUL 1846
Burial:



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IGNATIUS FRENCH Pedigree


Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 15 MAY 1809 , Nelson, Kentucky
Death:
Burial:





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Wife
MARY PEAK Pedigree


Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 15 MAY 1809 , Nelson, Kentucky
Death:
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Husband's Name
Ignatius FRENCH

Born: 1740 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 1810 Place:

Father: John Sr FRENCH
Mother:

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Wife's Name
Elizabeth

Born: Abt. 1744 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: Bef 1810 Place:

Father:
Mother:

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Children

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F Mary FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1759 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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M Ignatius FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1763 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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M William FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1765 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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F Elizabeth FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1767 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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F Ann FRENCH

Born: Abt. 1769 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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M Joseph FRENCH

Born: 27 Sep 1761 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 17 Jul 1846 Place:

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Mary (Polly) Peak married Ignatius French (born Oct. 14, 1773, son of Ignatius French19) on May 13, 1809, with her brother Edward as surety for the license.

Census reports indicate that the
family moved to Hardin County, and by 1820 they had six children in the home - three boys under 10
years old, and three girls, one under 10 and two between 10 and 16. Ignatius French was deceased by the 1825, when court papers were filed in Nelson County contesting the distribution of Kenelm
Peak's estate. Listed among the complainants was Mary French, identified as Polly French, and
their children Louiza, Nancy, Reubin, Preston, Susan, James, and Gabriel French.

Except from document dated 1825 (see Mary Polly Peak)
"Now your Comp's would state that Polly French formerly Peak marryed Ignatius French, that s'd Ignatius departed this life shortly after the s'd John K. Peak, that the s'd Polly enters herself also Comps together with her Infant Children who sues by their next friend the af'd Polly French, who are Louiza, Nancy, Reuben, Preston, Susan, James & Gabriel, who are children of the said Polly who was one of the Children & Heirs & devisees of the af'd John K. Peak deceased.."



1810 Census Hardin County
0-0-0-1-0 | 1-0-0-1-0
1 male 26-45
1 female under 10
1 female 26-45
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On 13 May 1809 when Ignatius Sr. was 60, he married Mary Polly PEAKE, 5G Grandmother, in Nelson County, Kentucky.

They had one child:
6 i. Joseph F. (1771-1846)

13 Mary Polly PEAKE, 5G Grandmother. Mary Polly died in Hardin County, Kentucky.

14 Rodulph NORRIS, 5G Grandfather.

Rodulph married Dorothy UNKNOWN, 5G Grandmother.

They had one child:
7 i. Mary Ann (1768-1841)

15 Dorothy UNKNOWN, 5G Grandmother.


Fifth Generation
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16 Mareen DUVALL II. Born abt 1680 in Maryland.

Mareen married Elizabeth Jacob.

They had one child:
8 i. Jacob (1715-)

17 Elizabeth Jacob. Born abt 1683 in Middle Plantatio, Anne Arundel, Maryland. Elizabeth died abt 1752, she was 69.

24 John Sr. FRENCH SR., 6G Grandfather. Born abt 1702 in Maryland. John Sr. died in Maryland on 13 Jun 1770, he was 68.

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Ignatius FRENCH (AFN:THXR-GC) Pedigree

Born: 1740 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 1810 Place:

Father: John Sr FRENCH (AFN:THXR-PK) Family
Mother:

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Wife's Name
Elizabeth (AFN:THXR-4M) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1744 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: Bef 1810 Place:

Father:
Mother:

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1. Sex Name
F Mary FRENCH (AFN:THXR-5S) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1759 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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2. Sex Name
M Ignatius FRENCH (AFN:THXR-75) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1763 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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3. Sex Name
M William FRENCH (AFN:THXR-8B) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1765 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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4. Sex Name
F Elizabeth FRENCH (AFN:THXR-9H) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1767 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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5. Sex Name
F Ann FRENCH (AFN:THXR-BN) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1769 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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6. Sex Name
M Joseph FRENCH (AFN:THXR-60) Pedigree

Born: 27 Sep 1761 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 17 Jul 1846 Place:

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John FRENCH Sr. [Parents] was born about 1706 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. He died before Jun 1770 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. He was married about 1728 in of, St. Mary's, Maryland.

[Notes]
He had the following children:

F i Mary FRENCH
M ii John FRENCH Jr.
F iii Elizabeth FRENCH
F iv Monica FRENCH
M v Ignatius FRENCH Sr.
F vi Susannah FRENCH


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Martin FRENCH [Parents] was born about 1680 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. He died about 1716 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. He married Mary BROWN about 1703 in , St. Mary's, Maryland.

Mary BROWN [Parents] was born about 1686 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. She died after 1717 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. She married Martin FRENCH about 1703 in , St. Mary's, Maryland.

[Notes]
They had the following children:

F i Mary F. FRENCH
M ii John FRENCH Sr.
M iii Ignatius FRENCH Sr.
F iv Elizabeth FRENCH was born about 1710 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. [Notes]


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James FRENCH was born about 1655 in of, , Galway, Ireland. He died in 1734 in Newtown, St. Mary's, Maryland. He married Elizabeth MEEKIN about 1678 in , St. Mary's, Maryland.

[Notes]
Elizabeth MEEKIN [Parents] was born about 1660 in , St. Mary's, Maryland. She died before 1734 in Newtown, St. Mary's, Maryland. She married James FRENCH about 1678 in , St. Mary's, Maryland.

They had the following children:

M i Martin FRENCH


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John Sr. married Elizabeth UNKNOWN, 6G Grandmother.

They had the following children:
i. John Jr. (~1725-)
ii. Mary (1728->1773)
12 iii. Ignatius Sr. (~1749-1810)
iv. William (1765-?)
v. Elizabeth (1775-1864)
vi. Ann (~1748->1805)

25 Elizabeth UNKNOWN, 6G Grandmother.

26 John Kenelem PEAKE, 6G Grandfather.

John Kenelem married Ann UNKNOWN, 6G Grandmother.

They had one child:
13 i. Mary Polly

27 Ann UNKNOWN, 6G Grandmother.


Sixth Generation
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32 Mareen DUVALL I.

Mareen married Susanna Brashers.

They had one child:
16 i. Mareen (~1680-)

33 Susanna Brashers.

34 John Jacob.

John married Ann Cheney.

They had one child:
17 i. Elizabeth (~1683-~1752)

35 Ann Cheney.

48 Martin (2) FRENCH #2, 6G Grandfather. Born abt 1682 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Martin (2) died in St. Mary's County, Maryland on 26 Apr 1716, he was 34.

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Martin French is my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Grandfather--James French--born ca. 1674, Galway County, Ireland. d. 1734, MD--Married ??
Martin French--born ca. 1682, ?, d. ca 1716, MD-- Married Mary ??
Ignatius French--born 1790, MD, d. 1810 KY-- Married Susanna ??
James French--born 1765, MD, d. 1815 KY-- Married Susanna Melton
Charles A. French--born 1794, MD d. 1841 MO-- Married Elizabeth French *
Oliver P. French--born 1811, KY d. 1882, MO-- Maried Sarah Doolin
Alexander French--born 1843 Perry County, MO d. 1916 MO--Married Jane Shaw of New York
Oliver Perry French--born 1867, Perry County, MO d. 1933 MO--Married Ida Cora Eaves
Floyd E. French, Sr.--born 1896, MO d. 1963 MO--Married Hester Lorenz
Floyd E. French, Jr.--born 1941, MO-- Married Nancy Francis (divorced)
Married Elizabeth (Leisa) Abney (deceased)

* Elizabeth's Side

James French--born 1674, Galway County, Ireland. d. 1734, MD-- Married ??
Martin French--born 1682, ?, d. ca. 1716, MD-- Married Mary ??
John French--born before 1733, d. 1770, MD-- Married ??
Joseph French--born 1761, MD, d. 1846, MO-- Married Mary Ann Norris
Elizabeth French--born 1794, KY d. 1843, MO-- Married Charles A. French

Martin inherited part of "Hopton Park" from his Father, James French

As an infant, Martin was left a legacy by Collins MacKenzie, a neighbor, who died in 1682. He was possibly a friend or relative from Ireland of James French.





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Martin FRENCH b. 1682 in Maryland?
Posted by: Alta Luper Date: January 18, 1999 at 07:54:01
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Am looking for any info on Martin French m. Mary ______. Had 3 children Ignatius, Mary & John. Martin's father was James French b. abt 1684 in Ireland and moved to and died in St. Mary's County Maryland 3/4/1733/34.
I have most people on down to me. Ignatius picked up and moved from Maryland to Jefferson County, KY and had 8 children with wife Susanna.

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Alta

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Husband's Name
Martin FRENCH (AFN:THXR-VF) Pedigree

Born: Bef 1682 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 1716 Place:

Father: James FRENCH (AFN:THXR-S3) Family
Mother:

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Wife's Name
Mary (AFN:THXR-ND) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1686 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: Aft 1716/1717 Place:

Father:
Mother:

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1. Sex Name
M John Sr FRENCH (AFN:THXR-PK) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1712 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>
Died: 1767 Place:

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2. Sex Name
M Ignatius FRENCH (AFN:THXR-QQ) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1714 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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3. Sex Name
F Mary FRENCH (AFN:THXR-RW) Pedigree

Born: Abt. 1716 Place: <, Nelson, Kentucky>

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Name Martin French
Birth abt 1671, St. Mary's Co, MD
Death 4 Apr 1716, St. Mary's Co, MD413
AFN THXR-VF
Father James French (~1650-<1733)
Mother Elizabeth Meekin (~1652->1733)


Spouse Mary Brown413
Birth abt 1675, Virginia
Death bef 1716, St. Mary's Co, MD
AFN THXR-ND
Father Derrick Brown (~1651-<1721)

Children
1 F Susannah French
Birth abt 1694
Death ?

2 M James French
Birth abt 1696
Death ?

3 F Mary French
Birth abt 1698
Death aft 1733
Death Memo Named in her grandfather's will

Spouse John Lake
Marriage bef 1717, St. Mary's Co, MD413

4 M John French
Birth abt 1704
Death ?

5 M Ignatius French
Birth abt 1705
Death bef 20 Mar 1772, St. Mary's Co, MD

6 F Elizabeth French
Birth abt 1712
Death ?

7 M William French413
Birth abt 1715, St. Mary's Co, MD413
Death ? , Nelson Co, KY

Spouse Rinah [French]




In 1694 when Martin (2) was 12, he married Mary BROWN, 6G Grandmother, in Maryland.

They had the following children:
i. Ignatius (1714-1771)
ii. Mary (~1696-~1711)
24 iii. John Sr. (~1702-1770)
iv. William (~1715-)
v. Elizabeth

49 Mary BROWN, 6G Grandmother. Born abt 1675 in Virginia. Mary died in St. Mary's County, Maryland bef 1716, she was 41.


Seventh Generation
----------------------------------------

96 James FRENCH, 7G Grandfather. Born abt 1650 in Galway, Ireland. Immigrated to America in 1671. James died in Newtown One Hundred, St. Mary's County, Maryland on 4 Mar 1733, he was 83. Occupation: Planter, owned land in Hopton Park, St. Mary's Maryland.

James French is my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Grandfather--Will of James French


The Last Will of JAMES FRENCH , Dated March 4, 1733, St.Marys County, =
MD, Pgs.=20
26-27

In the name of God, Amen, I, James French of St.Mary's County______ =
being weak=20
in body but of sound mind & memory, blessed be God, do make this my last =
Will &=20
Testament in form as follows:_____I give & bequeath unto my beloved =
grandson,=20
John French, to him and his heirs forever, one hundred & ten acres of =
land to be=20
laid out on the West side of my land & also on the west side of a Branch =
unto my=20
well beloved grand child, Mary Leake, wife of John Leake, to her and the =
heirs=20
of her body lawfully begotten forever. Item: My Will is that my good & =
trusty=20
servant, James Kirby shall be free from servitude on the day of my =
death. Item:=20
My Will is after all my just debts are paid, all that remains of my =
personal=20
Estate be equally divided amongst all my grandchildren. Item: I =
constitute &=20
appoint my said grandchild, John French, my whole & sole executor of =
this my=20
last Will & Testament, in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand =
and seal=20
on this fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1733

James French (SEAL)

Signed, sealed & published to be his las Will & Testament in the =
presence of:

John Thompson
James Ruil(?)
Elizabeth French. 21. 6.

March 17, 1733

John Thompson and Elizabeth French, two of the subscribing witnesses to =
the=20
foregoing Will, being duly & solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangelist of =
Almighty=20
God, depose & say that they saw the testator, James French, sign the =
foregoing=20
Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will & =
Testament=20
that at the time of his doing so he was to the best of their =
apprehension of=20
sound and disposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their =
respective=20
names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of John French, =
grandson &=20
heir at law, which same, John French did not object to the ____of the =
said Will.

Sworn to before me Tho. Aisquith (?), Dep. County Clk. of St. Mary's =
County.


Various accounts of his arrival indicate that he arrived in Maryland in 1671 at the age of 21. One account says the "The ancestor of the French line went from France to England with William the Conqueror in the person of Theopohilus de French." One line of his decendants settled in Wexford about 1300 and in 1425 a branch of the Wexford Frenches migrated to Galway where the family prospered and multipied. They soon became accepted as one of the "Tribes of Galway" and Walter French was the sovereign of Galway (equivalent to mayor) in 1444. Some of this group moved into Roscommon about 1620 and became the Frenches of French Park and from them came Field Marshall Sir John French. The descendants spread throughout North America." He may have been transported from Galway, Ireland by Thomas Notley, along with 52 other adventures who planned to settle permanently.

Hi!
I believe the French's of Galway had their family seat at Monivea,co.Galway.
Circa 1837,there was a Robert,a Digby(MD) and an E.Hyde(of Hyde Park ),Monivea.
There are estate records held in the National Library,Dublin.
As one of the original "Tribes of Galway",there is substantial amount of literature,but mostly held in Ireland.
I ran a search on Google "french monivea" and it threw up several references to the family.


I found the following on Google search for NOTLEY - maybe nothing,maybe relevant.

(2) Notley Rozer (1) (Rosier), (a descendant of William Joseph Rosier) (Land documents pertaining to St. Thomas Manor includes the Indenture (1711) between Notley Rozer and Rev. Father William Hunter owner of St. Thomas Manor, Charles co. Md. He inherited Cerne Abby Manor from his god father Thomas Notley. (Raised by his Grand mother Lady Baltimore at Notley Hall)


note b. Walter Notley of Gent. Ireland, received 20,000 acres of land from the Lord Proprietary for transporting or promised to transport 100 men into Maryland and to enjoy the privileges of Court Leet and Court Barn to him and his heirs forever. Nov 5, 14 year of the reign of Charles I. Thomas Notley, St. Mary's co., died 1679. He was deputy governor of Md. until his death in 1679. Bowie references an unsupported claim in "vol. 16, p.24 Records of the Columbia Historical Society" which has a chart indicating Thomas Notley died in 1683, that his daughter (Mary from other sources) married Henry Rozer (1) and had a son Notley, that he Notley was the father of Anne Rozer.

Hope some of this is of use.
cathy

Thru marriage James French became the possesser of 129 acres of "Walver Hampton" which borders "Hopton Park" and sfter William Meekin's death his tract totaled 150 acres. Later he received 100 acres of "Hopton Park" adjoining his land from John Baptist Carberry. (Info from "Colonial Settlers St. Clemnet's Bay 1634-1780 bu Sr. Mary Louise Donnelly 1995)




1770 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1787 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 103 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1707 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 Chr. of SM New Town
1707 French, James Wolver Hampton 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1709 French , James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 129 Rent Rolls New Town
1733 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 110 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4 New Town
1733 French, James Mayland 50 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4

1751 Nov French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 SMC Debt Books New Town
1757 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Chron. St. Marys Vol.49 p89 New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Papist Lands New Town
1770 French, John Sr. Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1792 French, Martin Twittnam 100 Alienations and TransfersHoward, John Basil New Town
1804 French, Martin Twittnam
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town


French, Anastasia
Drury, Ignatius
Dec. 11, 1769
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Ann
Yates, Martin
bef. 1728
Reno

French, Ann
Reynolds, John
Jan. 19, 1778
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Eleanor
Harding, William
Feb. 28, 1798
county court record

French, Eleanor (d/ Ignatius French & Susanna)
Anderson, James
bef 1772
Jesuit Missions

French, Elizabeth
Bullock, James
Aug. 27, 1799
county court record

French, Ignatius
???, Elizabeth
bef 1769
St. Andrew's EC

French, Ignatius
???, Susanna
bef 1751
St. Andrew's EC

French, James
Melton, Susan
May 25, 1773
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, John Barton
Rogers, Jane
bef 1773
St. Andrew's EC

French, John Jr.
???, Monica
bef. 1749
Reno

French, Martin
Brown, Mary
bef. 1758
Reno

French, Mary
Spalding, Bennett
Feb. 25, 1797
Reno

French, Mary
Yates, Thomas
bef. 1735
Reno

French, Mary
Lake, John Jr
bef. 1733
Reno

French, Mary (m1)
Thompson, Robert
bef 1687
Reno

French, Mary (m2)
Cissell, Thomas
1697-1700
Reno

French, Mary (m3)
Daft, Charles (m2)
1701-1702
Reno

French, Monica (m1)
Russell, Charles
Aug. 10, 1812
county court record

French, Monica (m2)
Radford, John
Nov. 22, 1819
county court record

French, Philip
Norris, Elizabeth
Sep. 20, 1797
county court record

French, Susan
Russell, John
Sep. 06, 1770
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Susanna
Raley, Michael
Oct. 17, 1796
county court record

French, Susanna
Russell, John B.
9/6/1770
St. Andrew's EC

French, William
Davis, Roseanna
bef. 1752
Reno

French, William (s/ Ignatius & Elizabeth)
Boone, Mary Polly (d/ Walter Boone & Mildred Edelen) (m1)
Sep. 9, 1813
Reno

Friend, Daniel
Payn, Chloe
Aug. 08, 1775
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Frier, Thomas
McGill, Mary
Jan. 05, 1800
county court record

Frisby, Ann (d/ Peregrine and Eliz. Sewall) (m1)
Rousby, John
bef. 1750
Reno

Frisby, Ann (d/ Peregrine and Eliz. Sewall) (m2)
Fitzhugh, William
Jan. 7, 1752
Reno

Frisby, Peregrine
Sewall, Elizabeth (d/ Nich.)
by 1727
Reno



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1. James French b. 1650 Galaway Ireland
Author: Pat Brown Date: 12 Jun 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
I have some information from _Colonial Settlers of St. Clements Bay 1634-1780 Saint Mary's County, Maryland_ by Donnelly on James French. If you have not seen this info please email me. Best ...

2. James French Will
Author: Sheila Date: 12 Feb 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
THE LAST WILL OF JAMES FRENCH dated March 4, 1733, p. 26-27 In the name of God, Amen, I, James French of St. Mary's County ___being weak in body but of sound mind and memory, blessed be God, do ...

3. Will of James French, 1733
Author: Marcella Dawson Date: 23 May 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
In the name of God, Amen, I, James French of St.Mary's County______ being weak in body but of sound mind & memory, blessed be God, do make this my last Will & Testament in form as follows: I give ...

4. Re: James French
Author: ron french Date: 30 May 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Dear Lillian have been researching the French's for about a week now and have found ancestors dating back to Galway Co Ireland. The James French you mentioned according to what I have found was the ...

5. Re: James French
Author: Lillian Date: 31 May 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Ron thank you for the information. I would appreciate you letting me know where James is bruied. Do you know where Martin French was in Galway Ireland? Thank you for your help. Lillian

6. Re: Wise Family
Author: Charley Moore Date: 14 Apr 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
I have James French who made his will in 1733 as the father of Martin who dcirca 1716. Martin's wife was Mary__?__; and I have seen Brown listed on St Marys Forum, but have not seen documentation ...

7. Re: Mary French dau of Martin & Mary
Author: Amy James Date: 21 Feb 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
i dont know if you have this info or not but Mary was born in St mary's Co, Md. Mary and John had 3 children: Richard Lake b:abt 1705, Mary Lake b:abt 1708, William Lake b:abt 1710. John re-married ...

8. James French
Author: James Dickinson Date: 5 Dec 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
I'm looking for the cemetery in which James Frnch is buried. I think he died in 1733-34 in St Marys Co. Thank you Lillian

9. re: Mary French dau of Martin
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 12 Mar 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Sorry, meant to say will of JAMES FRENCH of St. Mary's County mentions granddaughter Mary Leake. I wonder about the spelling LEAKE, as John Mentions land bought of John Baptist Carberry in his will, ...

10. Re: Wise Family
Author: Jim Wise Date: 15 Apr 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Joe: I have the following information concerning the French Family - in particular Martin French: James French I (circa 1659 - 4/3/1733) from Galway, Ireland who settled in St. Mary's County. In ...

11. Re: Wise Family
Author: Charley Moore Date: 15 Apr 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Jim and Joe: Jim, do you have anything other than mld's book to support Elizabeth Meekin and Mary Brown as the wife of James and Martin French, respectively. My wife has two lines going back to ...

12. Will of Arthur Thompson 1702
Author: Wanda Schuhart Date: 7 Jun 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Arthur Thompson PC1-125/126 15 Dec 1702 The last will of Arthur Thompson: Maryland --- In ye name of God amen, I Arthur Thompson, of St Clem'ts Bay in St Mary's County, being of sound disposition ...

13. Re: Mary French dau of Martin & Mary
Author: Norma Thompson Date: 21 Feb 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Richard Leake wasn't the son of Mary French, he was the son of Catherine. See the following deed by her next husband, James Boyd. p. 15, TLC Genealogy, Charles County Land Records, Book O#2, Page ...

14. CLARKs in MARYLAND
Author: scott clark Date: 9 May 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
I am seeking information on the following persons born/raised in St Marys County Maryland... ANNE CLARKE married George Thompson (D.1744) Ann's parents were... ROBERT ...

15. Ignatius FRENCH 1771
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 14 Oct 2000
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
IGNATIUS FRENCH d. 1771 St. Mary's County Maryland. p.644-645. July18,1771 In the name Of God Amen, the eighteenth day of July in the year of Our Lord,1771. I, Ignatius French, Senior of St. ...

16. Will of IGNATIUS FRENCH, SR., July18,1771, St. Mary's County MD.
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 31 May 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
In the name Of God Amen, the eighteenth day of July in the year of Our Lord, 1771. I, Ignatius French, Senior of St. Mary's County, being sick of body but in perfect mind and memory, thanks be to ...

17. Mary French dau of Martin
Author: Charley Moore Date: 11 Mar 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Shannon: In over 20 years of research, we have not found any documentation in St Marys County or Southern Maryland that names a Leake. Maryland Calendar of Wills up to 1695 shows one Richard Leake ...

18. Re: Mary French dau of Martin & Mary
Author: sheila Date: 21 Feb 2002
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Here is the will of John Leake, Innholder. Looking at dates and the fact that Mary Leake, wife of John Leake, is mentioned in the will of James French in 1733, I think it more likely that Mary ...

19. Brewer/Bryan/French
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 31 Dec 2000
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Saw your post and would love to compare notes! We seem to have the same ggg-grandparents. I am also descended from Charles Bryan and Susannah FRENCH. I have a Mark Brewer child of Richard Brewer and ...

20. Bryan/French
Author: Sheila Gatlin Date: 1 Jan 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Have the family of Charles and Susanna French Bryan pretty well covered from early 1800's in Colesburg, Hardin Co. Ky. thanks to a book by a cousin, Joseph Corbett. Have French information from other ...

21. Mary French dau of Martin & Mary
Author: Sharon Bennsky Date: 10 Mar 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Looking for information on the Mary French, daughter of Martin French and Mary Browne. She was married to John Lake (Leake). Would you have information to share? Sharon

22. Mary French dau of Martin
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 12 Mar 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
I have posted the wills of Ignatius French (which mentions granddaughter Mary Leake) and the will of a John Leake d. 1731 (probably the father of John that married Mary French) from St. Marys County ...

23. Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 31 May 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
13 Jun, 1770 To first son John French, all land on west side of Cookses' Run; at his decease, to grandson Bennett French; if he die without hrs. to grandson Barnet French. To second son Ignatius ...

24. Samuel Greenwell Petition against estate of Martin FRENCH
Author: Laurie Ronan Date: 31 May 2001
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Samuel Greenwell Petition against estate of Martin FRENCH, 8/1/1804, St.Marys County, MD Petition of Samuel Greenwell shows that a certain Martin French d. intestate on or about April 20, 1804 ...

25. Robert Edwards/Deborah Sutherland
Author: Greg White Date: 14 Jan 2000
Board: Boards > Localities > North America > United States > States > Maryland > Counties > St. Mary's
Robert Edwards of SMCM form England. Captaincy in army brought him to America during French/Indian War. Robert Edwards was a skilled boat builder and land owner. Robert had five sons and two ...












Re: French family of Hardin County, KY
Author: Judith French Date: 30 Jan 2004 11:08 PM GMT
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Re: French family of Hardin County, KY by: Janice Vittitoe Anderson
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Second thought: I hope the program will carry this. You have a double connection to the French line - Raphael is a DAR connection if you want it. See below:
Direct Descendants of James French

1 James French 1650 - 1733
. +Elizabeth Meekin 1650 -
.... 2 Martin French 1675 - 1732/33
........ +Mary Unknown
.......... 3 Mary French 1702 -
.......... 3 John French 1705 - 1768
.......... 3 Ignatius French, Sr. 1715 - 1772
.............. +Susanna Unknown - 1771
................. 4 Raphael Thomas French 1742 - 1850
..................... +Mary Unknown 1750 - 1815
....................... 5 Susanna French 1781 - 1859
....................... 5 Stephen French 1784 - 1868
....................... 5 Catherine French 1785 - 1855
....................... 5 Elisha Neal French 1787 - 1868
....................... 5 Eleanor French 1788 - 1884
........................... +William Brewer
.............................. 6 [2] Nancy Ann Brewer 1819 - 1860
.................................. +[1] Valentine French 1811 - 1892 Father: Thomas French Mother: Ann Bold
.................................... 7 [3] Susan Alice French 1834 -
.................................... 7 [4] William B. H. French 1834 -
.................................... 7 [5] Isabella French 1838 -
.................................... 7 [6] James William French 1839 -
.................................... 7 [7] Mary Malvina French 1842 -
.................................... 7 [8] Charles Henry French 1844 -
.................................... 7 [9] Mary Ellen French 1846 -
.................................... 7 [10] Thomas Edward French 1848 -
.................................... 7 [11] Laura Ann French 1851 -
.................................... 7 [12] Sarah Jane French 1853 -
.................................... 7 [13] Martha Elizabeth French 1859 -
........................... +William Cole
....................... 5 Martin French 1792 - 1860
....................... 5 George French 1795 - 1844
................. 4 Martin French 1742 -
................. 4 Eleanor French 1742 -
................. 4 Ann French 1745 - 1804
................. 4 James French 1750 - 1815
..................... +Susan Melton - 1826
....................... 5 James French, Jr 1773 -
....................... 5 Monica French 1774 -
....................... 5 Thomas French 1776 - 1860
........................... +Ann Bold
.............................. 6 Leo French 1801 - 1892
.............................. 6 Henry French 1804 - 1854
.............................. 6 Joseph French 1808 - 1887
.............................. 6 [1] Valentine French 1811 - 1892
.................................. +[2] Nancy Ann Brewer 1819 - 1860 Father: William Brewer Mother: Eleanor French
.................................... 7 [3] Susan Alice French 1834 -
.................................... 7 [4] William B. H. French 1834 -
.................................... 7 [5] Isabella French 1838 -
.................................... 7 [6] James William French 1839 -
.................................... 7 [7] Mary Malvina French 1842 -
.................................... 7 [8] Charles Henry French 1844 -
.................................... 7 [9] Mary Ellen French 1846 -
.................................... 7 [10] Thomas Edward French 1848 -
.................................... 7 [11] Laura Ann French 1851 -
.................................... 7 [12] Sarah Jane French 1853 -
.................................... 7 [13] Martha Elizabeth French 1859 -
.............................. 6 Ann French 1811 -
.............................. 6 Susanna French 1812 -
.............................. 6 Raymond French 1814 -
.............................. 6 Charles S. French 1815 -
.............................. 6 Samuel French 1819 - 1876
.............................. 6 William Preston French 1820 -
....................... 5 Ignatius French 1780 -
....................... 5 Mary French 1780 - 1842
....................... 5 Charles French 1784 -
................. 4 Stephen French 1752 - 1780
................. 4 Mary French 1755 - 1804
................. 4 Ignatius French, Jr. 1757 - 1804



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In a message dated 3/1/99 11:07:37 AM Eastern Standard Time, Treysgrand
writes:

<< Your Stephen (6v) was born in 1762 and is the son of Ignatius. Did
Ignatius have a brother named Stephen ( I hope I hope) that maight have been
the father of my Elizabeth?

Elizabeth married a "John French" who was supposedly from Ireland- a cousin?
>>

Here is what I have. If you have any information to share, I would love to
fill in some other stuff. Thanks. alta

1. James2 French (Martin1) was born 1650 in Galway County, Ireland, and died
March 04, 1733/34 in Newtown One Hundred, St. Mary's County, MD. He married
Elizabeth Meekin, daughter of William Meekin and Margaret Beard.

More About James French:
Occupation: Planter
Passage: 1671, From Galway County to Maryland
Property: Servant - James Kirby
Will: March 18, 1732/33, Maryland Calendar Of Wills - Vol 7

Children of James French and Elizabeth Meekin are:
2 i. Francis3 French, born Bet. 1640 - 1675; died Aft. 1685.
+ 3 ii. Mary French, born Abt. 1670 in St. Mary's County, MD; died August 21,
1724 in St. Mary's County, MD.
+ 4 iii. Martin French, born 1682 in St. Mary's County, MD; died April 04,
1716 in St. Mary's County, MD.

Generation No. 2

3. Mary3 French (James2, Martin1) was born Abt. 1670 in St. Mary's County,
MD, and died August 21, 1724 in St. Mary's County, MD. She married (1) Robert
Thompson Bef. 1685 in St. Mary's County, MD. She married (2) Thomas Cissell
Aft. 1697, son of John Cissell and Mary Calvert. She married (3) Charles Daft
Aft. 1701 in St. Mary's County, MD.

More About Robert Thompson:
Occupation: November 01, 1697, Watch Maker

Children of Mary French and Robert Thompson are:
5 i. James4 Thompson, born Abt. 1693 in St. Mary's County, MD; died 1755 in
Maryland. He married (1) Elizabeth French. He married (2) Margaret Railey
Bef. 1713. He married (3) Sarah Elizabeth Herbert Bef. 1723 in St. Mary's
County, MD.
6 ii. George Thompson, born 1690 in St. Mary's County, MD; died January
1749/50 in St. Mary's County, MD. He married (1) Grace Parsons. He married
(2) Anne Clark Bef. 1706. He married (3) Rebecca Medley Abt. 1710 in St.
Mary's County, MD. He married (4) Grace Hayden Aft. July 14, 1732.
7 iii. Elizabeth Thompson, born Abt. 1691 in St. Mary's County, MD; died Abt.
1761 in St. Mary's County, MD. She married (1) Henry Nickels Aft. 1723. She
married (2) William Roach Bef. 1726. She married (3) Robert Salmond Aft.
1728. She married (4) Thomas Bowles Aft. 1737.

Child of Mary French and Thomas Cissell is:
8 i. Adam4 Cissell, born 1701 in St. Mary's County, MD. He married Betty.

More About Adam Cissell:
Endowment (LDS): 100 Acres of "Scotland"

Children of Mary French and Charles Daft are:
9 i. Matthew4 Daft, born Abt. 1703 in St. Mary's County, MD; died Bef. June
25, 1750 in St. Mary's County, MD. He married (1) Elizabeth Blumfield. He
married (2) Elinor. He married (3) Anne Howard Aft. 1750 in St. Mary's
County, MD.
10 ii. Mary Daft, born Abt. 1705; died Aft. 1750 in St. Mary's County, MD.

4. Martin3 French (James2, Martin1) was born 1682 in St. Mary's County, MD,
and died April 04, 1716 in St. Mary's County, MD. He married Mary.

Children of Martin French and Mary are:
+ 11 i. Ignatius4 French, born Abt. 1705 in Maryland; died April 14, 1810 in
Nelson County, KY.
+ 12 ii. Mary French, born Abt. 1700 in St. Mary's County, MD; died Bef. 1720.
+ 13 iii. John French, born Abt. 1702; died in St. Mary's County, MD.
14 iv. William French, born Abt. 1709.
15 v. Elizabeth French, born Bet. 1710 - 1716.

This is all I have for Ignatius' siblings! Sorry... I do have another
Stephen, see below.

Generation No. 3

11. Ignatius4 French (Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born Abt. 1705 in
Maryland, and died April 14, 1810 in Nelson County, KY. He married Susanna.

Children of Ignatius French and Susanna are:
+ 16 i. Raphael Thomas5 French, born Abt. 1760 in St. Mary's County, MD; died
Abt. 1850 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 17 ii. James French, born 1750 in Maryland; died April 09, 1815 in Hardin
County, KY.
18 iii. Ann French, born Abt. 1765. She married Martin Yates 1771 in
Maryland.
19 iv. Martin French, born Abt. 1755 in Maryland. He married Sarah.
20 v. Stephen French, born Abt. 1762.
21 vi. Mary French, born Abt. 1765; died Bef. 1804. She married Samuel
Greenwell.
22 vii. Ignatius French, born Abt. 1767; died Bef. 1804.
23 viii. Eleanor French.

12. Mary4 French (Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born Abt. 1700 in St. Mary's
County, MD, and died Bef. 1720. She married John Leake (Source: Family Tree
Maker Web Site.).

Children of Mary French and John Leake are:
+ 24 i. William5 Leake, born in St. Mary's County, MD.
+ 25 ii. Mary Leake, born in St. Mary's County, MD; died Bef. 1752 in St.
Mary's County, MD.
26 iii. Richard Leake.

13. John4 French (Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born Abt. 1702, and died in
St. Mary's County, MD.

More About John French:
Endowment (LDS): Dwelling Plantation being part of "Hopton Park"

Children of John French are:
27 i. John5 French, Jr., born Abt. 1725. He married (1) Monica. He married
(2) Joanne.
+ 28 ii. Joseph F. French, born September 27, 1761 in Cecil County, Maryland;
died July 17, 1846 in Perry County, Missouri.
29 iii. Mary French, born 1728. She married Joseph Manning November 26, 1792
in Nelson County, KY.
30 iv. Ignatius French, born October 14, 1773 in Maryland. He married Mary
Peake May 13, 1809 in Nelson County, KY.
+ 31 v. William French, born Abt. 1765 in Maryland.
32 vi. Ann French, born Abt. 1748 in Maryland; died Abt. 1805. She married
Enoch Norris February 08, 1805 in Nelson County, KY.
33 vii. Elizabeth French, born November 27, 1775 in Maryland; died 1864 in
Nashville, TN. She married James Porter January 02, 1810 in Nelson County,
KY.

Generation No. 4

16. Raphael Thomas5 French (Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
Abt. 1760 in St. Mary's County, MD, and died Abt. 1850 in Hardin County, KY.
He married Mary Abt. 1780.

Children of Raphael French and Mary are:
+ 34 i. Susanna6 French, born 1778; died October 14, 1859 in Colesburg, KY.
+ 35 ii. Stephen T. French, born 1784 in Maryland; died February 02, 1868 in
Kentucky.
36 iii. Catherine French, born 1785; died October 17, 1855 in Kentucky. She
married John Johnson April 17, 1809 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 37 iv. Elisha M. French, born 1786 in Maryland; died October 11, 1868 in
Jasper County, IL.
+ 38 v. Eleanor French, born September 11, 1788; died January 07, 1884 in
Kentucky.
+ 39 vi. Martin French, born 1792 in Maryland; died Abt. 1839.
+ 40 vii. George French, born 1803; died April 04, 1844 in Hardin County, KY

35. Stephen T.6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1)
was born 1784 in Maryland, and died February 02, 1868 in Kentucky. He married
Mary A. McDulin Brewer May 30, 1809 in Hardin County, KY.

Children of Stephen French and Mary Brewer are:
+ 71 i. John7 French, born 1812 in Kentucky.
+ 72 ii. Nancy French, born 1814 in Kentucky; died Bef. 1874.
+ 73 iii. Charles B. French, born 1817 in Hardin County, KY.
74 iv. Mary Jane French, born 1819 in Kentucky. She married Elias Drury, Jr.
October 26, 1842.
+ 75 v. Ann Mariah French, born July 12, 1820 in Kentucky; died March 06,
1887.
76 vi. Elizabeth French, born 1824 in Kentucky. She married William Pearl
October 26, 1842 in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Rineyville, Hardin
County, KY.
+ 77 vii. William M. French, born 1826 in Kentucky.
78 viii. Sarah Catherine French, born 1828 in Kentucky. She married William
Boothe January 28, 1850 in Kentucky.
79 ix. James W. French, born 1830 in Kentucky

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Name James French
Birth abt 1650, Galway, Ireland
Immigration 1671, St. Mary's Co, MD
Land Purch Hopton Park, St. Mary's, MD
Will 4 Mar 1733, St. Mary's Co, MD3
Death bef 17 Mar 1733, (Will proven) St. Mary's Co, MD3
AFN THXR-S3


Spouse Elizabeth Meekin
Birth abt 1652
Death aft 1733, St. Mary's Co, MD
Father William Meekin (~1630->1707)
Mother Margaret Beard (~1630->1707)

Children
1 M Martin French
Birth abt 1671, St. Mary's Co, MD
Death 4 Apr 1716, St. Mary's Co, MD413
AFN THXR-VF

Spouse Mary Brown

2 F Mary French
Birth abt 1670
Death 21 Aug 1724, St. Mary's Co, MD413

3 M Francis French
Birth abt 1675
Death aft 1685

Notes for James French
Various accounts of his arrival indicate that he arrived in Maryland in 1671 at the age of 21. One account says the ""The ancestor of the French family went from France to England with William the Conqueror in the person of Theopohilus de French." One line of his descendants settled in Wexford about 1300 and in 1425 a branch of the Wexford Frenches migrated to Galway where the family prospered and multiplied. They soon become accepted as one of the "Tribes of Galway" and Walter French was the sovereign of Galway (equivalent to mayor) in 1444. Some of this group moved into Roscommon about 1620 and become the Frenches of French Park and from them came Field Marshal Sir John French. The descendants spread throughout North America." He may have been transported from Galoway, Ireland by Thomas Notley, along with 52 other adventurers who planned to settle permanently.413

Land records show that at his death he owned a 50 acre tract called Mayland and 110 acres called Hopton Park (Guest's Neck, Evans Quarter, Indian Quarker, Cole Brook, Koaxes). He is listed as owner of the later, 129 acres, on the 1709 rent rolls and in 1707 (Chron. of St. Mary's). He also has 150 acres known as Wolver Hampton in the 1707 rent rolls. This was land owned by his father-in-law in 1681. Starting in 1751, John French, Sr. is listed as the owner of Hopton Park, listed in varying sizes until 1770, when he willed it (1767 will) to Ignatius French, who had it until 1787. (http://teachertech.rice.edu/Participants/dawsonm/genealogy/o...)
Will
The Last Will of JAMES FRENCH , Dated March 4, 1733, St.Marys County, MD, Pgs. 26-27

In the name of God, Amen, I, James French of St.Mary's County______ being weak in body but of sound mind & memory, blessed be God, do make this my last Will & Testament in form as follows:_____I give & bequeath unto my beloved grandson, John French, to him and his heirs forever, one hundred & ten acres of land to be laid out on the West side of my land & also on the west side of a Branch unto my well beloved grand child, Mary Leake, wife of John Leake, to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever. Item: My Will is that my good & trusty servant, James Kirby shall be free from servitude on the day of my death. Item: My Will is after all my just debts are paid, all that remains of my personal Estate be equally divided amongst all my grandchildren. Item: I constitute & appoint my said grandchild, John French, my whole & sole executor of this my last Will & Testament, in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal on this fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord, 1733

James French (SEAL)

Signed, sealed & published to be his las Will & Testament in the presence of:

John Thompson
James Ruil(?)
Elizabeth French. 21. 6.

March 17, 1733
John Thompson and Elizabeth French, two of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will, being duly & solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, depose & say that they saw the testator, James French, sign the foregoing Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will & Testament that at the time of his doing so he was to the best of their apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of John French, grandson & heir at law, which same, John French did not object to the ____of the said Will.
Sworn to before me Tho. Aisquith (?), Dep. County Clk. of St. Mary's County.
Notes for Elizabeth Meekin
Named in grandfather Beard's will as an heir in lieu of his grandsons William and Robert Meekin.



4
James French found in:
Passenger and Immigration Index, 1500s-1900s
Place: Maryland Year: 1671
Primary immigrant: French, James
Permanent entry number: 1827378
Source publication code: 8510
Source publication page number: 170
Source publication: SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of
Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland.
Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986.
Source annotation: Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission,
1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.
(3) Barnes, Robert, Notes on Some Indentured Servants, in Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, vol. 37, no.
2, Spring 1996, p. 212:
55. FRENCH, JAMES, servant in (c1674) inventory of Capt. Luke Gardner of St. Mary's Co. (INAC 1:111) He
was b. c1650. In 1722 he gave his age as 72. (Peden, MD Deponents, 1634-1799)
ARR: Transported c1671. (MPL 16:411)
ACT: 18 October 1700, named overseer of will of Thomas Sissell of St. Mary's Co. (MWB 11:68) 15 December
1701, witnessed will of Arthur Thompson of St. Mary's Co. (MWB 11:254)
WILL: Possibly dated 4 March 1733, proved 18 March 1733/4. Named grandson John, and granddau. Mary, wife
of John Leek; land totaling 160 a., servant James Kirby to be free. (MWB 21:6)
SURV: 59 years.
[Note by compiler: The following tag words are used by the author in the article cited above:
ARR: Arrival in Maryland.
ACT: What activities, social, financial or political were engaged in?
SURV: How long was the servant known to have lived after his initial reference?
(4) Maryland Calendar of Wills [database online], Orem, Utah: Ancestry.com, Inc., 1998:
French, James, planter, St. Mary's Co., 4th Mch., 1733;
18th Mch., 1733-4.
To grandson John, ex., and hrs., 110 A., including dwelling plantation, being part of "Hopton Park."
To granddau. Mary, wife of John Leek, and hrs., 50 A. to be laid out on w. side "Mayland."
To servt. James Kirby, his freedom.
To grandchild. --- ---, residue of estate.
Test: John Thompson, James Kail, Elizabeth French. 21. 6.
More About JAMES FRENCH:
Burial: St. Marys County, MD
Fact: Land 21 Acres of Hopton Park in SMC, MD
Immigration: 1671, from Galway Ireland
Occupation: Planter
Religion: Roman Catholic
Children of JAMES FRENCH and ELIZABETH MEEKIN are:
3. i. MARY3 FRENCH, b. Abt. 1670; d. 21 Aug 1724, St. Marys Co., MD.
4. ii. MARTIN FRENCH, b. Abt. 1671; d. 04 Apr 1716.

abt 1678 when James was 28, he married Elizabeth MEEKIN, 7G Grandmother, in St, Mary's County, Maryland.

They had the following children:
i. Francis (~1675->1685)
ii. Mary (~1670-1724)
48 iii. Martin (2) (~1682-1716)

97 Elizabeth MEEKIN, 7G Grandmother. Born abt 1652 in St, Mary's County, Maryland. Elizabeth died in St. Mary's County, Maryland aft 1733, she was 81.

She was the daughter of William Meekin and Margaret Beard

98 Derrick BROWN, 7G Grandfather. Born in 1651. Derrick died in 1721, he was 70.

Child:
49 i. Mary (~1675-<1716)


Eighth Generation
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192 Martin (1) FRENCH #1, 8G Grandfather. Born in Galway, Ireland.

Blanche CoxÂ’s Speech at the French Family Reunion, June 22, 1999
So here we are at the French family Reunion this June 22, 1996. We are all parts of the many branches, but this French Family Tree has deep, deep roots. So today, we plan to take you back in time, way, way, back. A fifth Cousin who lives in Louisville, Kentucky, Joseph French, has done extensive research on the Family prior to the first Immigrant to this country and he has taken us back to__________. He has charted his findings, giving his references and personal remarks.

Joe takes us back before 700A.D. yes, we are part of CharlemagneÂ’s Army of Descendants. You will recall he was called "The Holy Terror". That he was in battle and for the Holy Roman Empire! In the early centuries, men were named by their most known quality and women were totally ignored when it comes to genealogy. So Charlemagne is followed by Louis I, The Pious, Charles II, The Bald, Louis the Stammer, Charles III, the Simple, Rollo the Strong!. We have no choice but to accept all of these characters!! Just wonder what they would think of us!

So the first appearance of the French name was found about the year 1000. As with most families the spelling of the name changes with the nationality and /or writer. The beginning of the name goes back to Sir Maximilian de Freigne from Normandy, France.

Throughout all the years of conquest, we can trace Charlemagne to the Frankish Empire, Rollo with the Viking Norseman from Denmark, Sir Maximillian de Freigne in Normandy, France, William the Conqueror in England, then into Ireland in 1169 in County Wexford, County Kilkenny and County Galway where they held official positions, a Mayor and a Sheriff. About 1489 the French name was spelled as it is today.

For further detail I would suggest you take a closer look at Joe FrenchÂ’s work. That briefly covers what we know of the Family before the first French Immigrant to this country in 1671.

I would like to acknowledge the Family research done years ago by Don & Nancy and Jerry & Mary French and their willingness to share their findings. It was their work that caused us to add to their research. It has been fun for us and we are willing to share the information we have.

So lets try to visualize the scene as a young man of 21 prepares to leave his Family in Ireland, knowing they would probably never see each other again!

James French, "The Immigrant" was born in 1650 in Galway Ireland. He was transported to America by Thomas Notley in 1671, landing at St. Clements Landing on the Potomac River in what is now Maryland. He was indentured for 7 years finally gaining his freedom. He purchased 50 acres of land at Hopton Park. He married Elizabeth Meekin, whose parents Plantation "Wolver Hampton" adjoined Hopton Park and received 150 acres from the Meekin Estate. Later he would acquire another 100 acres from the Cranberry Estate. The French Plantation grew to be 300 acres where they lived until after the Revolutionary War. The Potomac River and St. Clements Bay provided a variety of fish and seafood for them and the Maryland climate provided a long growing season for the fruits and vegetables. James French was a Planter, Tobacco being the main crop which was used as a barter exchange.

James French died in 1733 and since his wife and 3 children had predeceased him, the Plantation was willed to the Grandchildren.

Maryland suffer much physical damage from the English Fleet during the Revolutionary War and the land could no longer support families since it had been one-cropped with Tobacco for many years.

The families were desperate for a new land, so they migrated in groups to Kentucky. After the War, the religious freedom of the Catholics was greatly restricted and double taxation was imposed on them.

When the War was over, the men returned home to find their unworked fields had grown up, many of their slaves and much of their stock gone, their homes and buildings burned. They were desperate for a new land, and so made the heart-rendering decision to leave the great land that had supported their families for 150 years! So they traveled in family groups the 6-7 hundred miles to Kentucky, settling in the Nelson, Marion, and Hardin County area. Here they found dense forests to be cleared, houses to be built, and the land no better than what they had left behind, plus, no fish, oysters, or wild fowl to speak of. What a decision they had made!!

It was soon discovered the land at the Pottinger Creek Settlement was poor. The non-fertile condition of the soil may have contributed to a tradition which developed among the ex St. MaryÂ’s Countians. That tradition was described by Mr. J. Edwin Coad in an article reprinted in an 1897 issue of the St. MaryÂ’s Beacon:

"When I was a boy, there was a tradition rife here to the effect that when the old pioneers from this section used to meet on Saturday evenings in Bardstown as soon as they had shaken hands, one would turn his back to the other and beg him for a half dozen kicks under his coat-tail and when they were duly administered, the other would turn around and ask his friend got his kicking…Not infrequently, half a dozen pairs have been noticed exchanging civilities of this nature, in the course of an afternoon. Why was this done, you ask? Why, in order to get temporal punishment inflicted, to expiate the grievous sin they had committed in abandoning the peaceful shores of Maryland for the wild forests and savage Indians of Kentucky. But the plunge had been made, the labor and exposure of going forbade the idea of return, and it was a clear case of ‘root hog or die’…"

Life was difficult in Kentucky, it was a new frontier. There were no established Churches and in 1793 a Priest was sent to serve the area. The
home of James French and Susannah Melton near Colesburg Kentucky was used as a designated Church for years. It is still standing today and until 1971 it was owned by members of the French family. Jerry and I were there and were graciously shown through the house. It is a 2-story log house which has since been covered with siding. It was in the path of a new highway, but was saved because of its vintage and the fact that it was well cared for. The chimney has the date 1843 which signified the year it was rebuilt.

James and Susannah had a family of seven, the younger was our Great, Great Grandfather, Charles Alexander who in 1811 married Elizabeth French. She was the daughter of CharlesÂ’ second cousin, or in other words, 2nd cousin once removed.

In the very early 1800Â’s before the Louisiana Purchase, when the Spanish flag flew over the very land we are in today, they lured families to this new land by offering them 640 acres of land, free and clear, if they would clear and improve the land. Spain did not have the Military forces to defend the Territory from the British so the settlers were brought in to help in that regard.

And so the Maryland -Kentucky catholic families came to Missouri to take advantage of the Spanish Land Grants of 640 acres per family. The Louisiana Purchase brought an end to the Land Grants, but families continued to leave Kentucky for Perry County Missouri.

Our Charles and Elizabeth were among the early settlers. They had 10 children, our family is descended from James Jacob French, born in 1828 and married Emmalina Farwell in 1850. Seems as though all families claim to have some Indian inter marriage and ours is no exception. (Maybe)

In conversation with Henrietta (Milfelt) Michaud when she was 99 years old and of excellent memory, she relates that possibly Emmalina was a full blooded Indian. She and James had one child, but both mother and child died. So thatÂ’s the extent of out Indian blood!

In 1856 James married Anna Elizabeth Maddock, daughter of Richard Maddock and Cecelia Miles. There is an interesting story about Cecelia which really affects all of us. In 1816 when Cecelia was 16 years old and living with her family in Kentucky, she joined a new order of nuns, The Sisters of Loretto. She was the 17th girl to join the order and took the name of Sister Johanna Miles. In 1823 Bishop Dubourg in Missouri asked Bishop Flaget in Bardstown, Kentucky to send nuns to Perry County to establish a school. Sister Johanna, Sister Rose Elder, and Sister Regina Clony were sent, Sister Johanna was the Superior of their new convent which was so small they called it "Little Bethlehem". The school flourished, eventually there were 13 nuns, there was even an Indian school on the grounds.

In 1825, Bishop Dubourg sent these same 3 nuns to open a school in Plattenville Louisiana to teach the daughters of the rich sugar plantation owners. The mission was a disastrous one though. These three English speaking uneducated nuns could not communicate with the Cajun-French speaking community, much less teach them! After several years of frustration and near starvation, they asked permission to leave the Loretto order and join the Sisters of the Sacred Heart who had opened two schools about 30 miled from Plattenville in opposite directions. They believed they could survive and be of service if they could be with these French speaking nuns from France and learn the language. Permission was sought from Superiors in Missouri, Kentucky, and France, but it never came. Communication was extremely slow to say the least. For survival, the 2 younger nuns joined the nearby convent of the Sacred Heart without permission, but Mother Johanna traveled to Florissant Missouri to request admission to the Sacred Heart order from Sister Rose Phillipine Duschense. Mother Johanna presumably entered the novitiate but did not persevere. She returned to Kentucky where Bishop Flaget released her from her vows because of her physical and mental condition. In time she joined her family in Perry County, Missouri. In 1831 she married Richard Maddock Jr. and had 4 children and lived to be 68 years old. And so Mother Johanna the Loretto Nun was our Great, Great Grandmother!

We have photographs of James and Anna Elizabeth French thanks to the kindness of Waldo French and Jerry and Mary French for allowing us to make negatives of these old photographs.

James and Elizabeth had 8 Children:
*Alphonso married Catherine Weinkein
*Annie became Sister Mary Cryllia
*Mary Regina married Peter Milfelt. They are the parents of Henrietta who married Carl Michaud. (Some of the Milfelt family descendants plan to be with us in Perryville tomorrow)
*Mary Jane Francis married Phillip Francis French. Some researchers say they moved to Fredericktown, others say they moved to Kansas.
*Emmanuel Joseph married Mary Elizabeth Puorriere, who was the daughter of Adeline Theresa Milfelt, a sister to Peter Milfelt. Adeline later married Augustus Poinboeff (Whose name was later shortened to Buff)
*Mary Elizabeth married Edward Schremp.
*Joseph Timon married Ada Jane OÂ’Mara and lived in Crystal City
*Charles Raymond married Sarah Jessie Williams
*Matilda Emiline married Joseph Vincent Powers who became a doctor. Waldo is the only surviving member of their family of 10.

We understand that James Jacob died from exposure to the cold and pneumonia at age 51, buried in Silver Lake, no tombstone. Anna Elizabeth died in 1915 and is buried in Highland Missouri, St. Joseph Cemetery. The headstone was vandalized or destroyed but a new stone marks her grave.

Now to the more recent FrenchÂ’s:

*Emmanuel Joseph married Mary Elizabeth Puorriere in 1886 and they had 12 children. So get ready for the French Parade!

1) Mary Genevieve married John Blessing
2) Twin, died at birth
3) Thaddeus married Hulda Meisenbach
4)Nettie married Louis Brouch and mothered his six children
5) Dailey--died at about age 3 of diphtheria
6) Florence Theresa became a Daughter of Charity and took the name of Sister Stanislaus and served the order for 41 years
7)Gilbert Leo married Grace Flagealle. Grace died in 1958 and in 1967 Gilbert married Velma Powell.
8)Clara became a Daughter of Charity and took the name Sister Clare until she was missioned to Chicago where another Sister Clara (with more seniority) caused her to be renamed Sister Mary.
10) Hubert married Inez Whistler, 2 children 11 grandchildren
11) Robert married Evelyn Lachowitzer
12) Ferdinand was married 3 times to:
Amelia
Nevada
Chris

Grandmother Mary Elizabeth died in 1917 and is buried in Highland Missouri. Joseph Emmanuel married Ida (Gorman) Cissel who had 5 children from her marriage to Maximillian Cissell. Emmanuel and Mary Ida did not have a family together. They lived on the farm until the early 1940Â’s, when they moved to Feltz Street. He died in 1950 and Mary Ida in 1954. They are buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery along the drive just behind the Cemetery Crucifix.

So now while we are all together lets assemble in family groups and identify ourselves for posterity!

Written for our French Family Reunion, June 1996, by Blanche Cox

Martin French is my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

James French--born ca. 1674, Galway County, Ireland. d. 1734, MD--Married ??
Martin French--born ca. 1682, ?, d. ca 1716, MD-- Married Mary ??
Ignatius French--born 1790, MD, d. 1810 KY-- Married Susanna ??
James French--born 1765, MD, d. 1815 KY-- Married Susanna Melton
Charles A. French--born 1794, MD d. 1841 MO-- Married Elizabeth French *
Oliver P. French--born 1811, KY d. 1882, MO-- Maried Sarah Doolin
Alexander French--born 1843 Perry County, MO d. 1916 MO--Married Jane Shaw of New York
Oliver Perry French--born 1867, Perry County, MO d. 1933 MO--Married Ida Cora Eaves
Floyd E. French, Sr.--born 1896, MO d. 1963 MO--Married Hester Lorenz
Floyd E. French, Jr.--born 1941, MO-- Married Nancy Francis (divorced)
Married Elizabeth (Leisa) Abney (deceased)

* Elizabeth's Side

James French--born 1674, Galway County, Ireland. d. 1734, MD-- Married ??
Martin French--born 1682, ?, d. ca. 1716, MD-- Married Mary ??
John French--born before 1733, d. 1770, MD-- Married ??
Joseph French--born 1761, MD, d. 1846, MO-- Married Mary Ann Norris
Elizabeth French--born 1794, KY d. 1843, MO-- Married Charles A. French

Re: Family of Martin French
Posted by: STEPHANIE French-Osborne (ID *****9712) Date: September 09, 2002 at 22:29:01
In Reply to: Re: Family of Martin French by O. Cole of 4402


Is this family connected to mine? I would appreciate any more info if you have it. Thanks.

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1 Martin FRENCH
2 James FRENCH b: 1650 d: 4 MAR 1733/34
+ Elizabeth MEEKIN d: AFT 1733
3 Francis FRENCH b: BET. 1640 - 1675 d: AFT 1685
3 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1670 d: 21 AUG 1724
+ Robert THOMPSON
4 James THOMPSON b: ABT 1693 d: 1755
+ Elizabeth FRENCH
+ Margaret RAILEY
+ Sarah Elizabeth HERBERT
4 George THOMPSON b: 1690 d: JAN 1749/50
+ Grace PARSONS
+ Anne CLARK
+ Rebecca MEDLEY
+ Grace HAYDEN
4 Elizabeth THOMPSON b: ABT 1691 d: ABT 1761
+ Henry NICKELS
+ William ROACH
+ Robert SALMOND
+ Thomas BOWLES
+ Thomas CISSELL
4 Adam CISSELL b: 1701
+ BETTY
+ Charles DAFT
4 Matthew DAFT b: ABT 1703 d: BEF 25 JUN 1750
+ Elizabeth BLUMFIELD
+ ELINOR
+ Anne HOWARD
4 Mary DAFT b: ABT 1705 d: AFT 1750
3 Martin FRENCH b: 1682 d: 4 APR 1716
+ MARY d: AFT 1716
4 Ignatius FRENCH b: ABT 1705 d: 14 APR 1810
+ SUSANNA b: 1749 d: BEF 1810
5 Raphael Thomas FRENCH b: ABT 1760 d: ABT 1850
+ MARY d: BET. 1810 - 1820
6 Susanna FRENCH b: 1778 d: 14 OCT 1859
+ James FRENCH
+ Charles BRYAN
6 Stephen T. FRENCH b: 1784 d: 2 FEB 1868
+ Mary A. McDulin BREWER b: 1786 d: BEF 1880
6 Elisha M. FRENCH b: 1786 d: 11 OCT 1868
+ Jane NORRIS b: 1790 d: 1821
+ Mary E. PAYNE
6 Eleanor FRENCH b: 11 SEP 1788 d: 7 JAN 1884
+ William BREWER
+ William COLE
6 Martin FRENCH b: 1792 d: ABT 1839
+ Elizabeth WISE
6 George FRENCH b: 1803 d: 4 APR 1844
+ Elizabeth LEE b: 1798 d: 17 SEP 1823
+ Margaret S. GEOGHEGAN b: 1803 d: 19 FEB 1862
6 Catherine FRENCH b: 1785 d: 17 OCT 1855
+ John JOHNSON b: 24 FEB 1785 d: 26 JAN 1853
5 James FRENCH b: 1750 d: 9 APR 1815
+ Susanna MELTON b: 1755 d: 1826
6 Elizabeth FRENCH
6 Monica FRENCH b: 1774
+ John LAYTON , Jr. b: 1777
6 Thomas FRENCH b: 26 MAY 1776 d: BEF 1860
+ Anna BOLDS b: 1775 d: 7 JUN 1855
6 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1780 d: 1842
6 Ignatius FRENCH b: 1780
6 Charles Alexander FRENCH b: 1794 d: 13 OCT 1841
+ Elizabeth FRENCH b: 12 NOV 1792 d: 10 OCT 1843
6 Emily Jane FRENCH b: BET. 1796 - 1800
+ John Miles DUVALL b: 1798 d: 29 MAR 1845
+ William TUCKER
6 Sarah Ann FRENCH b: 1799 d: 11 MAR 1865
+ Ezekiel MANNING b: 1796 d: 17 SEP 1823
+ Thomas RINEY III b: 11 FEB 1784 d: 19 FEB 1859
6 Elanore FRENCH b: 19 SEP 1802 d: 21 APR 1822
+ John Baptist LAYTON
6 Lewis FRENCH b: 2 JAN 1803 d: 4 SEP 1857
+ Marie MANNING b: 1793 d: 21 FEB 1855
+ Lucinda YATES b: 1827
6 Hilary FRENCH b: 1806 d: 29 SEP 1823
6 Benedict FRENCH b: 1807 d: 3 OCT 1822
6 Mary Ann FRENCH b: 1809
+ Bernard BROWN b: 1809
+ John BRIGHT
5 Ann FRENCH b: ABT 1760
+ Martin YATES b: 1735 d: 1803
5 Martin FRENCH b: ABT 1755
+ SARAH
5 Stephen FRENCH b: ABT 1762
5 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1765 d: BEF 1804
+ Samuel GREENWELL
5 Ignatius FRENCH b: ABT 1767 d: BEF 1804
5 Eleanor FRENCH
4 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1700 d: BEF 1720
+ John LEAKE d: BEF. 14 JAN 1730/31
5 William LEAKE
+ Anne REDMAN
6 John LEAKE d: AFT 9 DEC 1769
5 Mary LEAKE d: BEF 1752
+ Richard BREWER
6 Susanna BREWER
6 Mark BREWER
6 Richard BREWER
6 William BREWER
6 Mary BREWER
6 Mary Ann BREWER
6 Thomas BREWER
6 John Baptist BREWER
6 Margaret BREWER
5 Richard LEAKE
4 John FRENCH b: ABT 1702
5 John FRENCH , Jr. b: ABT 1725
+ MONICA
+ JOANNE
5 Joseph F. FRENCH b: 27 SEP 1761 d: 17 JUL 1846
+ Elizabeth MEYERS
+ Mary Ann NORRIS b: 18 APR 1768 d: 2 MAR 1846
6 Elizabeth FRENCH b: 12 NOV 1792 d: 10 OCT 1843
+ Charles Alexander FRENCH b: 1794 d: 13 OCT 1841
5 Mary FRENCH b: 1728
+ Thomas YATES b: 1703 d: 1770
6 Ignatius YATES
6 Mary YATES
6 Robert YATES
6 Thomas YATES
6 Ann YATES b: BET. 1743 - 1755
+ Michael DRURY
6 John YATES b: BET. 1765 - 1774 d: 13 MAY 1816
+ Henrietta CAMBRON b: 1783 d: 23 APR 1852
+ Joseph MANNING b: 1769
5 Ignatius FRENCH b: 14 OCT 1773
+ Mary PEAKE
5 William FRENCH b: ABT 1765
+ Annie GIBSON
+ Mary BOONE
6 Raymond FRENCH b: 1814
+ Martha Ann RYAN b: 29 AUG 1818 d: 22 FEB 1852
6 John FRENCH b: 1818
+ Priscilla EDLEN b: 1816 d: 16 JUN 1859
6 Lucinda A. FRENCH b: ABT 1820
6 Ann FRENCH
6 Priscilla FRENCH
+ John CULVER
5 Ann FRENCH b: ABT 1748 d: ABT 1805
+ Enoch NORRIS
5 Elizabeth FRENCH b: 27 NOV 1775 d: 1864
+ James PORTER
4 William FRENCH b: ABT 1709
4 Elizabeth FRENCH b: BET. 1710 - 1716

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Nicholas French
Bishop of Ferns, Ireland, b. at Ballytory, Co. Wexford, in 1604, his parents being John French and Christina Rosseter; d. at Ghent, 23 Aug., 1678. He studied at Louvain and appears to have been president of one of the colleges there, and on his return to Ireland in 1640 he was appointed parish priest of Wexford. During the Confederation War in Ireland he joined the Confederate party and took an active part in the deliberations of the Kilkenny Assembly. He was appointed Bishop of Ferns and was consecrated in November, 1645. Though opposed to the party of Preston he favoured the peace of 1648 against the Nuncio Rinuccini, but in the synod at Jamestown in 1650, he bitterly opposed the Ormond faction. In 1651 he went on a deputation to the Duke of Lorraine to solicit his assistance against Cromwell, and to offer him the protectorship of Ireland, but this mission having proved a failure he remained on the Continent. It is not clear whether it was at this particular period or later that he officiated for a while as coadjutor Bishop of Paris. He retired to Santiago in Spain, where he assisted the Archbishop of Santiago, and where he wrote his book, "Lucubrations of the Bishop of Ferns in Spain." At the Restoration period he was about to return to Ireland, but being greatly disliked by Ormond on account of his attitude at the conference at Jamestown, the permission that had been given was withdrawn, and he remained in different parts of the Continent, notably at Paris and Ghent. During this portion of his life he published many pamphlets on Irish affairs, which are extremely valuable for the elucidation of the history from the outbreak of the war till 1675. In his last years he appears to have officiated as assistant to the Bishop of Ghent, and in that city he died, aged seventy-three years. There, too, a magnificent monument was raised to his memory.

He was a man of great literary activity as is evident from his numerous works. Besides a course of philosophy still in manuscript in March's Library, Dublin, he published "Queeres propound by the Protestant Party in Ireland concerning the peace now treated of in Ireland" (Paris, 1644); "A Narrative of Clarendon's Sale and Settlement of Ireland, etc." (Louvain, 1668); "The Bleeding Iphigenia" (1674), and "The Unkind Deserter of Loyal men and true friends," i.e. Ormond (Paris, 1676). An edition of his works was prepared by Samuel H. Bindon and was published at Dublin, in 1846.



BRADY, Episcopal Succession (Rome, 1867); WARE-HARRIS, Antiquities of Ireland (Dublin, 1739-45); Rinuccini's Embassy in Ireland, ed. HUTTON (Dublin, 1873); CLARENDON, History of Irish Rebellion of 1641 (Dublin 1719); GILBERT, History of Irish Confederation (Dublin, 1882-1891).

JAMES MACCAFFREY
Transcribed by John Fobian
In memory of John Eagan, S.J.

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VI
Copyright © 1909 by Robert Appleton Company
Online Edition Copyright © 1999 by Kevin Knight
Nihil Obstat, September 1, 1909. Remy Lafort, Censor
Imprimatur. +John M. Farley, Archbishop of New York








Descendants of Martin French****







Generation No. 1



1. MARTIN1 FRENCH**** was born Abt. 1625 in Ireland (family supposely came from France from the North part of Normandy several hundred years ago). He married UNKNOWN.



Child of MARTIN FRENCH**** and UNKNOWN is:

2. i. JAMES2 FRENCH****, b. Abt. 1650, Galway,Ireland; d. Abt. 1735, St.Mary's County,Maryland.





Generation No. 2



2. JAMES2 FRENCH**** (MARTIN1) was born Abt. 1650 in Galway,Ireland, and died Abt. 1735 in St.Mary's County,Maryland. He married ELIZABETH MEEKIN**** Abt. 1670 in St. Mary's County,Maryland, daughter of WILIAM MEEKIN* and MARGARET BEARD*. She was born Abt. 1644 in St.Mary's County,Maryland.



Notes for JAMES FRENCH****:

Maryland Calendar of Wills,Vol. 7.

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James was supposed to have been sent to manage the lands purchased by the family from Gallloway,

Ireland. And was sent with his wife & kids to the new land. He was from a distinguished French family,long the Mayors of Galoway. They originated as a Norman family and immigrated to Ireland before 1400 according to a letter wrote by Joseph French of Louisville as per letter to Paula Russell, prussell@centuryinter.net

But a book text says that he was transported by Thomas Notley,along with 52 other adventurers who planned to settle permanently.

According to inventory of Luke Gardiner,taken in 1674,James French,was one of his servants on South Clement Island. (I would like to find out if these are the same men or if they are two different ones.)



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"The Last Will of James French,Dated March 4,1753,St. Mary;s County,Maryland Pages 26-27"

In the name of God,Amen,I James French of St. Mary's County...............being weak in body but of

sound mind & memory,Blessed be God,do make this my last Will & Testament in form as follows...............I give & bequeath unto my beloved grandson,John French,to him and his heirs forever,

one hundred & ten acres of land to be laid out on the West side of my land & also on the west side of a Branch unto my well beloved grand child,Mary Leake,wife of John Leake,to her and to the heirs of her body lawfully begotten forever. Item: My Will is that my good & trusty servant,James Kirby shall be free from seritude on the day of my death. Item: My will is after all my just debts are paid,all that remains of my personal Estate be equally divided amongst all my grandchildren. Item: I constitute & appoint my said grandchild,John French,my whole & sole Executor of this my last Will & Testament,in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and

seal on this fourth day of March,in the year of our Lord,1733.



James French(Seal)



Signed,sealed & published to be his last Will & Testament in the presence of:



John Thompson

John Ruil(?)

Elizabeth French,21.6



March 17,1733



John Thompson and Elizabeth French,two of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will,being duly & solemly sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God,depose & say that they saw the testor,James French,sign the Foregoing Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will & Testament that at the time of his doing so he was to the best of their apprehension of sound and deposing mind and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of John French,grandson & heir at law,which same John French,did not object to the ...............of the said Will.





Sworn to before me Tho.(Thomas)Aisquith(?)Dep.County,Clk. of St. Mary's County,Maryland

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Children of JAMES FRENCH**** and ELIZABETH MEEKIN**** are:

3. i. MARTIN3 FRENCH*****, b. Bet. 1671 - 1680, St.Mary's County,Maryland (planter) (Catholic); d. April 04, 1716, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

4. ii. MARY FRENCH, b. Abt. 1670, St.Mary's County,Maryland; d. August 21, 1724, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

iii. FRANCIS FRENCH, b. Bet. 1672 - 1675.





Generation No. 3



3. MARTIN3 FRENCH***** (JAMES2 FRENCH****, MARTIN1) was born Bet. 1671 - 1680 in St.Mary's County,Maryland (planter) (Catholic), and died April 04, 1716 in St.Mary's County,Maryland. He married MARY BROWN**** Abt. 1697 in Maryland, daughter of PETER BROWN**** and UNKNOWN****. She was born Abt. 1680 in St.Mary's County,Maryland.



Notes for MARY BROWN****:

Mary Brown's grandchildren were left legacy from her brother, James Brown,in St. Mary's County,Maryland.



Children of MARTIN FRENCH***** and MARY BROWN**** are:

i. MARY4 FRENCH****, b. Bet. 1695 - 1700, St.Mary's County,Maryland; d. St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. JOHN LAKE/ LEAKE****; b. 1658, England,lived in St.Mary's County,Maryland (he was an innkeeper); d. Abt. January 1730/31, Leonard's Town,St.Mary's County,Maryland.



Notes for JOHN LAKE/ LEAKE****:

John Lake/Leake was an Innkeeper in St. Mary's County,Maryland.

Belonged to Church of England.

John Leake's wife Mary French's families were Catholic.

John Leake came over with "Lord Baltimore" but was not listed on his papers for the ship because

he was a Protestant. Lord Baltimore only recorded the people who were Catholic.

Will was made on-Jan 14,1731--Probated Oct 2,1731.

Will listed on same page as John Redman's .

Listed as Leake,John, Innholder

Leonardtown,,St.Mary's,Maryland

John Leake came over on "The Ark and Dove" with Lord Baltimore's Catholic group when

Charles I gave him the grant.



This was confirmed by John Gott,who researched the Lake brothers,Vincent,William,& John Lake

came to Fauquire County,Virginia from St. Mary's County,Maryland.

They leased land from a Mr. Scott in Fauquier County,Virginia in 1754.

As,we know,John stayed in Rectorstown,in Virginia and William Lake,went to Harrison County,WVA.

And Vincent went to Chester's Gap near Front Royal,Virginia.



Apparently they had a fourth brother Richard Lake !!! who went to Ohio,and moved close to each

other but did not keep contact with each other.

There is a 1 acre plot in Lake Cemetery,in Mellon's Field in Fauquire County,Virginia.

The Lakeland Estate is currently owned by Senator John Warner's daughter who lives there.

John is a descendant of John Lake.







ii. JOHN FRENCH, b. Abt. 1702, St.Mary's County,Maryland(planation is part of Hopkins Park); d. 1767, St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. (1) UNKNOWN; b. St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. (2) UNKNOWN; b. St.County County,Maryland.

iii. IGNATIUS FRENCH, b. Abt. 1705, Maryland; d. March 20, 1772, St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. SUSANNA UNKNOWN.

iv. WILLIAM FRENCH, b. Bet. 1700 - 1709, St.Mary's County,Maryland; d. Nelson,Kentucky; m. REBECCA UNKNOWN.

v. ELIZABETH FRENCH, b. Bet. 1710 - 1717; m. JAMES THOMPSON; b. Bet. 1695 - 1717.

vi. SUSANNAH FRENCH, b. Bet. 1694 - 1717, St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. JAMES BROWN; b. Bet. 1685 - 1710, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

vii. JAMES FRENCH, b. Bet. 1695 - 1717, St.Mary's County,Maryland; m. RACHEL UNKNOWN, St. Mary's County,Maryland; b. St.Mary's County,Maryland.



4. MARY3 FRENCH (JAMES2 FRENCH****, MARTIN1) was born Abt. 1670 in St.Mary's County,Maryland, and died August 21, 1724 in St.Mary's County,Maryland. She married (1) ROBERT THOMPSON Bef. 1685 in St. Mary's County,Maryland. He was born Abt. 1740 in St.Mary's County,Maryland, and died in St.Mary's County,Maryland. She married (2) THOMAS CISSELL/SISSELL Aft. November 01, 1697 in St.Mary's County,Maryland. He was born Abt. 1664 in Newtown Hundred,St. Mary's County,Maryland, and died in St.Mary's County,Maryland. She married (3) CHARLES DAFT,SR. Abt. 1701 in St. Mary's County,Maryland. He was born Abt. 1650 in St.Mary's County,Maryland, and died in St.Mary's County,Maryland.



Notes for MARY FRENCH:

Belives Mary died before 1707 due to her son James being summoned to administer the estate of Robert(test papers box 17:32)



Title: Newman,Inv. & Accts. Liber 15,folio 215.

6th Vol of Maryland Calendar of Wills.



She filed court papers on September 6,1701. 6th Volume,Maryland Calendar of Wills.



Children of MARY FRENCH and ROBERT THOMPSON are:

i. GEORGE4 THOMPSON, b. 1690.

ii. ELIZABETH THOMPSON, b. 1691.

iii. JAMES THOMPSON, b. Bet. 1685 - 1690.



Children of MARY FRENCH and THOMAS CISSELL/SISSELL are:

iv. ADAM4 CISSELL/SISSELL, b. 1701, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

v. THOMAS CISSELL/SISSELL II.



Children of MARY FRENCH and CHARLES DAFT are:

vi. MATTHEW4 DAFT, b. Abt. 1703, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

vii. MARY DAFT, b. Abt. 1705, St.Mary's County,Maryland.

viii. CHARLES DAFT,JR..

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St. Mary's County Land Ownership: 1637-1800
This is a work in progress.Comments, corrections, additions, email
A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N O P Q-R S T U-V W Y-Z



Year Name Tract Name Acres Source Hundred
1685 Falkner, John Charmans Purchase 200 Patent Record NS 2, p. 35

1737 Fann, Clement Boston 50 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1786 Fare, John St. Elizabeth Manor 32 Alienations and Transfers St. Inigoes
1722 Farr, Edmond Boston 50 Patent Record CE 1, p. 333 St. Clements
1707 Farr, Edward Weston Addition 200 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1747 Farrer, James St. Inigoes Manor
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1734 Farthing, Francis Frankland 183 Unpatented Certificate 168

1734 Farthing, James Beaverdam Addition 23 Unpatented Certificate 66 St. Mary's
1738 Farthing, James Elizabeth (Tarltons Elizabeth) 23 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1740 Farthing, James plantation, 1/2 from Robert Hager
Will, Farthing, James,St. Mary's Co.,26th Jan., 1739-40; 27th Mar., 1740

1740 Farthing, James plantation, 1/2 from Robert Hager
Will, Farthing, James,St. Mary's Co.,26th Jan., 1739-40; 27th Mar., 1740

1741 Farthing, James Farthings Chance 80 Unpatented Certificate 153 New Town
1788 Farthing, Moses Fox Den
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Farthing, Moses Pleasant Springs 169 Alienations and Transfers

1720 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1735 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Rent Rolls New Town
1735 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Patent Record EI 4, p. 424 New Town
1736 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 60 Rent Rolls New Town
1736 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 183 Rent Rolls New Town
1737 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1744 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1745 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Farthing, Richard Pountneys Marsh 100 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1707 Farthing, William Jr Hounslow 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Farthing, William Maria Hounslow 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1711 Farthing, William Maria Baileys Rest 350 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1713 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 236 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Farthing, William Maria Baileys Rest 350 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1713 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 236 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Farthing, William Maria Strife 200 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Ashcoms Freehold 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Strife 200 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Strife 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Calverton Manor 550 Georgetown University, Special Collections, Box: 5 Fold: 14 MD PROV COLL: Patent for Wheatley's Addition, 1715
St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Patent Record RY 1, p. 386 St. Mary's
1715 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1715 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1715 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria St. Ignatius 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 350 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Bachelors Comfort 190 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Discovery 180 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence Freehold 1000 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Bachelors Comfort 190 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Unpatented Certificate 154

1717 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Adventure 180 Patent Record PL 4, p. 165 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Patent Record PL 4, p. 166 St. Clements
1717 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Patent Record PL 4, p. 164 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Patent Record FF 7, p. 146 St. Clements
1717 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Patent Record FF 7, p. 169 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Adventure 180 Patent Record FF 7, p. 171 New Town
1718 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Discovery 180 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 1125 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Fortune, Addition 250 Patent Record FF 7, p. 270 New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 1525 Patent Record PL 4, p. 19 New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Patent Record PL 4, p. 46

1719 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Patent Record FF 7, p. 271

1720 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria Truth and Trust 773 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1720 Farthing, William Maria St. Ignatius 100 Patent Records New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 100 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1721 Farthing, William Maria Back Land, resurveyed into Trent Neck 185 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1721 Farthing, William Maria Trent Neck 185 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1721 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 100 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1721 Farthing, William Maria Fortune, Addition 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1721, Nov 14 Farthing, William Maria Edenburgh 100 Rent Rolls
New Town
1721Mar 8 Farthing, William Maria Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield) 100 Rent Rolls
St. Mary's
1722 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 343 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1722 Farthing, William Maria Susquehanna Point
Rent Rolls Harvey
1722 Farthing. William Maria Fortune, Addition 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1723 Farthing, William Maria Susquehanna Point
Rent Rolls Harvey
1723 Farthing, William Maria Edloes Addition 37 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1723 Farthing, William Maria Wolf Holes 262 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1723 Farthing, William Maria Frightful 180 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Friends Good Will 612 Rent Rolls New Town
1723 Farthing, William Maria James Addition 158 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Cleever 155 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Square 62 Unpatented Certificate 430

1723 Farthing, William Maria Weems 623 Unpatented Certificate 484 St. Clements
1723 Farthing, William Maria Contrivance 74 Unpatented Certificate 121

1723 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Will, Carpenter, John, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Feb., 1723-4; 17th Mar., 1723 St. Clements
1724 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1724 Farthing, William Maria Favor 232 Unpatented Certificate 155 New Town
1725 Farthing, William Maria Favor, in Radnor 232 Rent Rolls New Town
1725 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard
Will, Palmer, Katherine, widow,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1722; 1st Nov., 1726 St. Mary's
1726 Farthing, William Maria Marshs Hope 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 350 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria James Addition 158 Patent Records

1727 Farthing, William Maria Marshs Hope 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1728 Farthing, William Maria Forrest of Harvey, (Fox Grape Barren) 350 Will, Jenifer, Michael,St. Mary's Co.,10th July, 1726; 2nd Sept., 1728 Harvey
1728 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 202 Will, Jenifer, Michael,St. Mary's Co.,10th July, 1726; 2nd Sept., 1728 New Town
1729 Farthing, William Maria 3 tracts
Will, Lowe, Nicholas, gent.,St. Mary's Co., 22nd May, 1729

1730 Farthing, William Maria Frightful 180 Patent Records

1733 bef. Farthing, William Maria land 109 Will, Greenfield, Thomas Truman,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Feb., 1730; 11th Mch., 1733-4

1734 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 60 Rent Rolls New Town
1734 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria and James Wheatley Rocky Point 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1718 Farthing, William Maria and James Wheatley Rocky Point 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria and wife Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
??? Farthing, William Maria (from John Jarboe) St. Bernards 100 Himmelheber, Peter New Town
1707 Farthing, William Maria Sr Hounslow 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Sr Hounslow 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1683 Fearson, John land in SMC 100 Will, Fearson, John,Chas. Co.,22d July, 1683;
9th Oct., 1683

1663 Fendall, Josias Fair Fountain 1000 Patent Record 5, p. 322

1797 Fenwick, Ann Corbett (No Name)
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1797 Fenwick, Ann Hebdens Hole 300 Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1799 Fenwick, Ann St. Peters Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1799 Fenwick, Ann St. Marys Hill Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1793 Fenwick, Anne Sr. Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 133 Himmelheber, Peter St. Michaels
1796 Fenwick, Anne Sr. Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 133 Himmelheber, Peter St. Michaels
1753 Fenwick, Benjamin Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Benjamin Fenwick Manor 200 Papist Lands Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Charles Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 Fenwick, Charles Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1787 Fenwick, Cornelius and Robert Green Meadows 212 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1651 Fenwick, Curthbert Fenwick Manor 2000 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1633 Fenwick, Cuthbert Merrills Point 120 Patent Record 1, p. 116

1640 Fenwick, Cuthbert Chapel Freehold 400 Patent Record 1, p. 117 St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert Chapel Freehold 25 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert Cuthbert Fenwick's Land 400 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Neck 120 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Marys Hill Freehold 255 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor 3000 Rent rolls St. Inigoes
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island 1000 Patent Record 1, p. 117 St. Inigoes
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert. St. Inigoes Neck 120 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor 3400 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No. 11 St. Inigoes
1651 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 2000 Patent Records Resurrection
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Cuthbert's Neck , land at Deep Branch
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert land, remainder
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor plantation +100 Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert Little Fenwick
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654 Resurrection
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor plantation +100 Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island 1000 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1665 Fenwick, Cuthbert Prevention 200 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1667 Fenwick, Cuthbert Prevention 200 Patent Record 10, p. 439 Resurrection
1729 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor
Will, Fenwick, Cuthburt,St. Mary's Co.,; 23rd March, 1729

1753 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 147 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1754 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1756 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwicks Prevention 58 Patent Record BC and GS 7, p. 163 Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Crackbourns Purchase
Will, Eleanor Cooper LIBER: JJ #3 FOLIO: 297 PROBATE: 11/9/1812 Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 175 Papist Lands Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwicks Prevention 58 Papist Lands Resurrection
1720 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ignatius Fenwick Manor 2000 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1651 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ralph Crouch St. Inigoes Manor 3000 Patent Records St. Inigoes
1736 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ralph Crouch Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 238 Unpatented Certificate 442 New Town
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert , Ignatius , Robert , Richard Fenwick, John . land, remainder
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1776 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1787 Fenwick, Edward Innis Choice 3 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Fenwick, Edward Grove 50 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward St. Peters Hill
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward Massom
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward Clockers Marsh
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward Nethersons Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Edward Piercys Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Edward land in St. Georges Hundred
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Georges
1799 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1799 Fenwick, Edward St. Peters Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward (son) St. Peters Hill
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward (son) St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1787 Fenwick, Elizabeth (wife) Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1736 Fenwick, Enoch Squable Ridge 262 Unpatented Certificate 429

1751 Fenwick, Enoch Last Shift 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1751 Fenwick, Enoch Last Shift 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 150 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1755 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Rithing 24 Unpatented Certificate 380 St. Mary's
1760 Fenwick, Enoch St. Peters Hill 150 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Cole Brooke Levell 35 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Spinks Rest 65 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 Papist Lands Resurrection
1781 Fenwick, Enoch Brewers Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot #14)
Confiscated British Property New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch Squable Ridge 396 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 108 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch St. Peters Hill 108 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Herberts Enclosure
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1790 Fenwick, Enoch Terra Collium (Fertilitatis) (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 34) 401 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Enoch Gillions Grove (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 35) 133 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, Enoch Gillions Grove (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 35) 133 Himmelheber, Peter New Town
1798 Fenwick, Enoch Roberts Chance 70 Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Greenwells Marsh 49 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1798 Fenwick, Enoch Bobs Discovery 57 Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Andrews Woods
Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Greenwells Marsh 46 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr St. Peters Hill 150 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr Cole Brooke Levell 35 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr Spinks Rest 65 SMC Debt Books New Town
1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor (Lot # 11) 178 Patent Record IC C, p. 195 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor
Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor 148 Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor 1 Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor
Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Francis Sebastian
Alienations and Transfers

1790 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 438 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1791 Fenwick, George
99 Alienations and Transfers

1795 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 438 Patent Record IC L, p. 15 New Town
1797 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 108 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1797 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 53 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, George, (son) land in St. Georges Hundred
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Georges
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Massom
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Clockers Marsh
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Nethersons Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Piercys Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1790 Fenwick Heirs Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 100 Alienations and Transfers St. Michaels
1776 Fenwick, Henry Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Henry Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Henry Small Hope
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole 350 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 6, NO. 2, p 160 St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole 70 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 6, NO. 2, p 160 St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebden Hole 350 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebden Hole 70 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield)
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Small Hope
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Clements
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Peters Hill
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 New Town
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Peters Hill
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 New Town
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Grubstreet
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784

1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1784 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure (within Delabrooke Manor) 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1784 Fenwick, Ignatius Bunkers Hill 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1786 Fenwick, Ignatius Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 213 Unpatented Certificate 388 New Town
1786 Fenwick, Ignatius Hanover Addition (St. Francis)
213 Unpatented Certificate 388 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Ignatius Beaverdam Manor 1 Alienations and Transfers

1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Unpatented Certificate 321 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Unpatented Certificate 342 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Edelin Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1762 Fenwick, Ignatius (g-son) Delabrooke Manor
Will of Edward Cole, SMC 3/26/1761-12/21/1762. Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius of Enoch land 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1781 Fenwick, Ignatius of Enoch Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 78 + 67+ 36 Confiscated British Property New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Sr Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1776 Fenwick, James Hebdens Hole
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1780 Fenwick, James Grubstreet
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784

1797 Fenwick, James Small Hopes Addition
Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1797 Fenwick, James Millmans Addition
Alienations and Transfers

1797 Fenwick, James Corbett (No Name)
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1797 Fenwick, James Hebdens Hole 300 Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1788 Fenwick, James and Henrietta Bachelors Rest 100 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1654 Fenwick, Jane St. Cuthbert's Neck , land at Deep Branch
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1659 Fenwick, Jane Little Fenwick 100 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1659 Fenwick, Jane Little Fenwick 100 Patent Record 4, p. 116

1720 Fenwick, John Fenwick Manor 2000 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1753 Fenwick, John Croft 100 SMC Debt Books St. Michaels
1754 Fenwick, John Croft 100 SMC Debt Books St. Michaels
1754 Fenwick, John Revells Backside 172 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, John Revells 151 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, John Chancellors Point 112 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1760 Fenwick, John Croft 100 Papist Lands St. Michaels
1780 bef Fenwick, John Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1781 Fenwick, John Revell
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, John Revells Backside 322 Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 bef Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 bef Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1786 Fenwick, John Fenwicks Gain Addition 55 Patent Records

1789 bef Fenwick, John Fenwicks Chance 19 Patent Records

1789 bef Fenwick, John Fenwicks Discovery 6 Patent Records New Town
1790 Fenwick, John Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1776 Fenwick, Joseph Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Joseph Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1787 Fenwick, Joseph Hanover 19 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Fenwick, Joseph St. Anns Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Fenwick, Joseph Hanover 160 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Joseph Revells
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Joseph Revells Backside 324 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Revell
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Revells Backside 322 Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1791 Fenwick, Joseph & wife Hanover 25 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1755 Fenwick, Mary Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Mary Fenwick Manor 200 Papist Lands Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Michael Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Nicholas Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Nicholas Inclosure
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1753 Fenwick, Philip Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1707 Fenwick, Richard Little Fenwick 100 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1750 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Richard Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1754 Fenwick, Richard Fenwicks Gain 55 Patent Record Y and S 6, p. 449

1754 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 97 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 97 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 Papist Lands St. Clements
1760 Fenwick, Richard Gavels Purchase 40 Papist Lands

1760 Fenwick, Richard Fenwicks Gain 55 Papist Lands

1760 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 47 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 Papist Lands New Town
1776 Fenwick, Richard Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield)
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1755 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1755 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Fenwicks Gain 55 Papist Lands

1790 Fenwick, Richard (son) Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1753 Fenwick, Robert St. Josephs Manor 126 SMC Debt Books Harvey
1760 Fenwick, Robert St. Josephs Manor 126 Papist Lands Harvey
1787 Fenwick, Robert Locust Plain 266 Alienations and Transfers

1784 Fenwick, Thomas Inclosure (within Delabrooke Manor) 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1784 Fenwick, Thomas (son) Bunkers Hill 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1790 Fenwick, William Fenwicks Lot (Mill Manor Lot # 3) 108 Patent Records St. Mary's
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Unpatented Certificate 476 New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Friendship (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 31) 69 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 bef Fenwick, William Cullisons Choice (Mill Manor Lot # 15) 42 Patent Records St. Mary's
1781 Fenwick, William and Jane Beaverdam Manor Lot # 52 263 Confiscated British Property New Town
1789 Fenwick, William & wife Green Hill 135 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1753 Ferguson, Alexander Small Hope 9 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ferguson, Alexander Small Hope Addition 42 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Ferguson, Alexander Blake Creek (No Name, Bushells Rest, Black Creek) 99 SMC Debt Books Poplar Hill
1758 Ferguson, william Copt Hall 100 SMC Debt Books Chaptico
1706 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 140 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 233 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Field, Edward Knotting 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Patent Record PL 2, p. 256 New Town
1707 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Patent Record DD 5, p. 456 New Town
1711 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 60 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1724 Field, Edward Knotting 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1724 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1740 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Field, Edward Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Field, Edward Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 60 SMC Debt Books New Town
1724 Field, Edward (son) Bachelors Rest 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1711 Field, Edward & wife Bachelors Rest 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1753 Field, William Bachelors Rest 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1754 Field, William Bachelors Rest 50 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1760 Field, William Bachelors Rest 50 Papist Lands St. Clements
1763 Fielder, Henry Fielders Fancy 40 Unpatented Certificate 159

1737 Fielder, John Indigo Thickett 30 Unpatented Certificate 244

1737 Fielder, John Fielders Addition 20 Unpatented Certificate 158

1792 Fielder, Nicholas Outlet (Woolsey Manor Lot # 4) 152 Patent Records St. Mary's
1792 Fielder, Nicholas Outlet (Woolsey Manor Lot # 4) 152 Unpatented Certificate 332 St. Mary's
1733 Finacey, Samuel and wife Long Neck (Bachelors Slipe, Butchers Slipe) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1736 Fish, Thomas Well Close 182 Rent Rolls St. Inigoes
1705 Fleete, Henry West St. Marys Manor
Rent Rolls St. Georges
1753 Flower, Charles St. Georges Point (Greens Point) (part of West St. Mary's) 50 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1781 Floyd, Jesse Beaverdam Manor
Md Archives MSA S 1004-47-11816 MdHR 6636-35-41 Location: 1/7/3/48 New Town
1781 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 26) 87 Confiscated British Property New Town
1786 Floyd, Jesse Mill, pt 1 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1787 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels 50 Unpatented Certificate 508 New Town
1790 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 26) 129 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1796 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels 129 Patent Record IC L, p. 111 New Town
1798 Floyd, Jesse Cuthberts Fortune Addition 200 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1798 Floyd, Jesse Grist Mill
Alienations and Transfers

1757 Forbes, Dryden and James Dryden
SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1750 Forbes, Dryden (Mrs.) Holbridge Town 130 Patent Records Resurrection
1739 Forbes, George Simms Forest 400 Will, Forbes, George,St. Mary's Co.,10th Oct., 1739; 31st Oct., 1739

1739, bef Forbes, George Simms Forest 400 Will, Forbes, George,St. Mary's Co.,10th Oct., 1739; 31st Oct., 1739

1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Purchase
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Indian Creek Addition
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Hard Fortune
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Swamp
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Cannough Neck
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Island
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Marsh 522 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1760 Forbes, Mark Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Forbes, Mark Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 20 Papist Lands New Town
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Orphans Gift 400 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Holbridge Town 130 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Dryden 483 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1755 Ford, Arthur Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Athanasius Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1762 Ford, Athanasius Fords Discovery 470 Patent Record BC and GS 18, p. 405

1770 Ford, Athanasius Strand Addition 7 Patent Record BC and GS 39, p. 241 New Town
1772 Ford, Athanasius Ramble 1185 Patent Record BC and GS 42, p. 442

1772 Ford, Athanasius Walnut Level 29 Unpatented Certificate 478

1783 Ford, Athanasius Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 14 Patent Record IC A, p. 153 New Town
1760 Ford, Athansius Strand 95 Papist Lands New Town
1785 Ford, Athenatius Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold)
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 New Town
1799 Ford, Henry Bachelors Comfort 67 Alienations and Transfers New Town
???? Ford, John Birch Hangar
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 Chaptico
???? Ford, John Birch Hangar 116 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 Chaptico
1715 Ford, John Minsterdam 10 Rent Rolls New Town
1743 Ford, John Strand Addition 63 Patent Records New Town
1743 Ford, John Strand Addition 63 Unpatented Certificate 34 New Town
1752 Ford, John Pomfret Field 57 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) Pt. 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Primus 11 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 76

1753 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Pomfret Field 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Fords Enclosure 255 Patent Record Y and S 8, p. 601

1754 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1754 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1754 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Pomfret Field 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1755 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1755 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Fords Inclosure 255 SMC Debt Books

1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding St. Giles
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding May Pole
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding Primus 175 Alienations and Transfers

1740 Ford, John and Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1760 Ford, John Courthouse Fords Inclosure 255 Papist Lands

1789 Ford, John G. Mount Pleasant
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1731 Ford, John Jr Marshs Hope, included in America Felix Secundus 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1731 Ford, John Jr Marshs Hope 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1732 Ford, John Jr Green Hill 29 Rent Rolls New Town
1771 Ford, John JR Lamptons Pleasure 153 Patent Record BC and GS 43, p. 19

1765 Ford, John (son) Minsterdam (Farthing) 10 Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1760 Ford, John son of Peter Primus 11 Papist Lands

1753 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Sr Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Minsterdam (Farthing Gift) 10 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Downham 100 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Long in Dispense 75 Papist Lands New Town
1765 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthing) 10 Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1765 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense
Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1788 Ford, Joseph Downham
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Joseph Goughs Conveniency
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Joseph Mansfield Frish 198 Alienations and Transfers

1797 Ford, Joseph Cowles Purchase, pt 80 Alienations and Transfers

1740 Ford, Margaret (wife) Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1736 Ford, Peter St. Giles 123 Rent Rolls New Town
1740 Ford, Peter May Pole Purchase 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1742 Ford, Peter Strand 91 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1754 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1755 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 Papist Lands St. Clements
1760 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Strand 91 Papist Lands New Town
1789 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1753 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 175 Papist Lands New Town
1787 Ford, Philip Salmon 50 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Ford, Philip Ferney Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Ford, Philip Ferney Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Ford, Philip Hawleys Manor (inlcudes Hills) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Cole Brooke Levell 255 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Springs Rest
Alienations and Transfers

1790 Ford, Philip Hard Times
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Hickory Hills
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1790 Ford, Philip Hawleys Manor (inlcudes Hills) 100 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Spinks Rest
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Cole Brooke Levell 255 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Hard Times
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Hickory Hills
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1791 Ford, Philip St. Thomas
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1791 Ford, Philip Litlle St. Thomas 200 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1791 Ford, Philip Hogpen Neck
Alienations and Transfers Harvey
1791 Ford, Philip Hard Fortune 100 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1792 Ford, Philip Round About 19 Patent Record IC H, p. 224 New Town
1794 Ford, Philip Small Hope Inclosed 95 Unpatented Certificate 416A

1796 Ford, Philip Dryardorkin 162 Alienations and Transfers

1796 Ford, Philip Small Hope 96 Alienations and Transfers

1796 Ford, Philip Norris Venture
Alienations and Transfers

1797 Ford, Philip Indian Town 237 Alienations and Transfers

1800 Ford, Philip Small Hope Part 36 Patent Records

1667 Ford, Robert Strand 100 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1668 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Patent Record 12, p. 40 New Town
1671 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1671 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Patent Record 14, p. 211 New Town
1674 Ford, Robert May Pole 96 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1675 Ford, Robert Maypole 96 Patent Record 19, p. 214

1679 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Rent rolls New Town
1705 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Ford, Robert Downham 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Ford, Robert May Pole 96 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Patent Record PL 4, p. 48 New Town
1719 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Patent Record FF 7, p. 270 New Town
1734 Ford, Robert Revell 302 Rent Rolls New Town
1737 Ford, Robert Revell 302 Patent Record EI 2, p. 522 New Town
1737 Ford, Robert Revells Backside 222 Coldham New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert May Pole Purchase 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 100 Unpatented Certificate 164 Harvey
1741 Ford, Robert Revell 151 Rent Rolls New Town
1742 Ford, Robert Strand 91 Rent Rolls New Town
1742 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 100 Coldham Harvey
1743 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 179 Patent Record EI 6, p. 600 Harvey
1753 Ford, Robert Knevitts Backside 172 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, Robert Knevitts 151 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, Robert Chancellors Point 112 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1791 Ford, Robert Rochester
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Robert Goughs Expense
Alienations and Transfers

1791 Ford, Robert Holly Tree
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Robert Greenwells Defense 200 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Robert & wife St. Elizabeth Manor 95 Alienations and Transfers St. Inigoes
1676 Forrest, Helena Chiveral real estate
Will, Forrest, Helena,St. Mary's Co.; 24th Apr., 1676

1679 Forrest, John Forrest 225 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1680 Forrest, John Forrest 225 Patent Record CB 2, p. 40 Resurrection
1705 Forrest, John Forrest 225 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1675 Forrest, Margaret Henry Leiss' 50 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675

1665 Forrest, Patrck Forrest Lodge 150 1707 Rent Rolls St. Georges
1666 Forrest, Patrick Forrest Lodge 150 Patent Record 10, p. 43 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick Forrest Lodge
Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick land next to plantation 150 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick Henry Leiss' 50 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675

1707 Forrest, Richard Forrest Lodge 150 Rent Rolls St. Georges
1742 Mar 4 Forrest, Thomas Kirbys Choice 56 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1796 Forrest, Uriah Long Fields (Woolsey Manor Lot #21) 243 Patent Records St. Mary's
1781 Forrest, Zachariah Beaverdam Manor Lot # ? 99+30+129+214 Confiscated British Property New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Drydens Hills (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 9) 32 Patent Record IC C, p. 194 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 44 Patent Record IC C, p. 195 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 182 Patent Record IC C, p. 194 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Woolsey Manor, Lot #12 132 Patent Record IC C, p. 135 St. Mary's
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Unknown 148 Alienations and Transfers

1788 Forrest, Zachariah Goughs Addition 12 Alienations and Transfers

1790 Forrest, Zachariah Rich Neck 97 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Cissells (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 23) 98 Unpatented Certificate 102 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Unpatented Certificate 434 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Cissells (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 23) 98 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Sandy Ground (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 41) 82 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Boston (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 43) 631 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Clarkes Purchase (Woolsey Manor Lot # 10) 132 Himmelheber, Peter St. Mary's
1791 Forrest, Zachariah Rich Neck 92 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1791 Forrest, Zachariah America Felix 14 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1791 Forrest, Zachariah Goughs Addition 12 Alienations and Transfers

1791 Forrest, Zachariah
99 Alienations and Transfers

1792 Forrest, Zachariah Boston 643 Patent Record IC H, p. 153 St. Clements
1792 Forrest, Zachariah Forrests Purchase (Woolsey Manor Lot # 14) 106 Patent Record IC H, p. 154 St. Mary's
1792 Forrest, Zachariah Sandy Ground (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 41) 90 Patent Record IC G, p. 185 New Town
1795 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 202 Patent Record IC H, p. 696 New Town
1796 Forrest, Zachariah Beaverdam Manor 88 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1798 Forrest, Zachariah Friendship 69 Patent Record IC M, p. 415 Resurrection
1798 Forrest, Zachariah Friendship 39 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1799 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah and John Horrell Delabrooke Manor
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1790 Forrest, Zachariah and John Horrell Delabrooke Manor 336 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1767 Forrest, Zachariah for Stourton Edwards Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold)
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 New Town
1673 Forster, Ralph Grantham 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Forster, Ralph Boston 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1712 Forster, Ralph Boston 50 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1683 Fossee, John Shocks Park 100 Patent Record CB 3, p. 354 New Town
1707 Fossee, John Nintoquint (Kingston) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Fossee, John Nintoquint (Kingston) 25 Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Shocks Park
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Shocks Park
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Nunns Oak
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1682 Fossey, John Shocks Park 100 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Nunns Oak 75 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Hampton 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Shocks Park 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1703 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Paines Grove 17 Rent Rolls Chaptico
1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Paines Grove 17 Patent Records Chaptico
1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Pianas Grove 17 Patent Record PL 2, p. 60

1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Pianas Grove 17 Patent Record DD 5, p. 234

1709, bef. Foster, Richard Paines Grove 17 Will, Coode, John,St. Mary's Co.,27th Feb., 1708; 28th Mch., 1709 Chaptico
1667 Foster, Richard and John Tennison Fosters Neck 700 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 12, No. 5 St. Clements
1706 Fowler, Joseph plantation
Will, Fowller, Joseph,St. Mary's Co.,15th Oct., 1706; 8th Nov., 1706

1672 Fowler, Richard Orchard 190 Patent Record 17, p. 312

1673 Fowler, richard Orchard 190 Patent Record 17, p. 139

1797 Fowler, William Underwood 312 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1650 Fox, Henry St. Johns Freehold 1000 Himmelheber, Peter St. Mary's
1718 Foy, Andrew Resurrection Manor 50 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1718 Foy, Andrew Well Close 100 Rent Rolls St. Inigoes
1753 Free School Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1770 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1787 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 103 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1707 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 Chr. of SM New Town
1707 French, James Wolver Hampton 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1709 French , James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 129 Rent Rolls New Town
1733 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 110 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4 New Town
1733 French, James Mayland 50 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4

1751 Nov French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 SMC Debt Books New Town
1757 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Chron. St. Marys Vol.49 p89 New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Papist Lands New Town
1770 French, John Sr. Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1792 French, Martin Twittnam 100 Alienations and TransfersHoward, John Basil New Town
1804 French, Martin Twittnam
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1663 Frizell, Alexander Bennetts Delight 250 1707 Rent Rolls Poplar Hill
1665 Frizell, Alexander Bennetts Delight 250 Patent Record 8, p. 411
Poplar Hill
1665 Frizell, Alexander & wife Bennetts Delight 250 St. Mary s County Land Records, 1663-66. p 587
Poplar Hill
1673 Frye, David Fryes Choice 600 Patent Record 15, p. 98

1799 Fulcher, Philip & wife Joshua Graves Estate, pt
Alienations and Transfers




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

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1770 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1787 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 103 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1707 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 Chr. of SM New Town
1707 French, James Wolver Hampton 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1709 French , James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 129 Rent Rolls New Town
1733 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 110 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4 New Town
1733 French, James Mayland 50 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4

1751 Nov French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 SMC Debt Books New Town
1757 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Chron. St. Marys Vol.49 p89 New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Papist Lands New Town
1770 French, John Sr. Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1792 French, Martin Twittnam 100 Alienations and TransfersHoward, John Basil New Town
1804 French, Martin Twittnam
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town




Galway Books
Maintained by George Quibell quibellg@labyrinth.net.au
Page last updated Friday, 17 August 2001

These are a few of the books and journals I have come across during the course of my Galway research. (More will be added as I come across them.)

Recent Publications (Last twenty years)
Publications before 1980



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Recent Publications

Portrait of a parish "Ballynakill, Connemara" Contains chapters on:
The parish of Ballynakill, Early History of the Parish, Civil War and Settlement 1641-52, The 18th Century and the Penal Codes, The Blakes of Renvyle, The Parish and its People 1814-41, The Grahams and the Armstrongs, The Thomsons of Salrock, The Great Famine 1846-48, James Ellis comes to Letterfrack, Land Ownership in 1855, Mitchell Henry and Kylemore, Worship in the 19th Century, The National Schools (Contains listings of some of the pupils at Letterfrack School 1872-1915, At Lettergesh School on April 1 1879 and at Eagles's Nest School on 31 December 1880), Land Agitations, Letterfrack Industrial School 1886-1973, Living at the Turn of the Centurym Notable Visitors, Gogarty and Renvyle.

The publisher is: Tully Cross Guild Irish Countrywomen's Association, Renvyle, Co. Galway 1985

History of Clifden 1810-1860 By: Kathleen Villeirs-Tuthill (88 pages illustrated with folding map)

Privately printed, 1981


Exploring family origins in Ballinasloe Town - Local histories and guidebooks are an important source of genealogical information. I remember in years gone by of buying local guidebooks from churches and holiday locations and reading about the local people and history. I recently purchased this booklet written by Noel Farrell from Longford and published in 1998. This booklet goes a little bit further than the usual local guidebook in that it contains extracts from the 1901 & 1911 census as well as from Slaters 1894 directory, 1934 Thoms Directory, 1940 Electors list and 1858 Griffiths' valuation for Ballinasloe Town and the surrounding townlands. It also contains a detailed 1865 map of Ballinasloe Town and some other information about the area. Some of the other books in this particular series are as follows: Longford Town, CavanTown, Leitrim - Carrick on Shannon, Donegal - Ballyshannon, Donegal Town, Mount Charles & Inver, Donegal - Letterkennet, Donegal - Ballybofey and Stranorlar Parish, Wexford - Ennicorthy, Old Roscommon Town.

The publisher is: Noel Farrell, Majella, Park Road, Longford, Co. Longford, Ireland Phone no (043) 47269


Galway Roots (Clanna na Gaillimhe): Journal of the Galway Family History Society West - This is an occasional series that is published by the Family History Society from time to time. The latest in the series, Volume five was published 1998. Here is a list of the articles appearing in that Volume:

Farm to Skilled Trades: Some ScarryÂ’s of Moylough
John Francis Reney and the ‘Fionnuala’
Memories of Emigration The Folklore Collection as a Genealogical Source
Robert OÂ’Hara Burke The Great Australian Explorer
The DÂ’Arcy Family of Kiltullagh
Births, Marriages & Deaths in August 1871-November 1872 (From the Tuam News and Western Advertiser)
Thomas W. Davies – Honest Son of Galway in the Wild West
Family Lore – The Key to Pandora’s Box
Alfred Horne & the Galway Grammar School
The Coastguard in Famine relief on the West Coast
Roman Catholic Dispensation Records & Genealogy in Brooklyn in the 19th Century
Early National Schools in Kiltullagh
Duggans of Galway – Their Ancient Origins
The Wilson Lynch Estate Papers
Aspects of the Archaeology, Architecture, and Sculpture of LynchÂ’s Castle, Galway. Part 2: The Royal Arms
The Castlegar CodyÂ’s in New Zealand
William Joyce – Lord Haw Haw from Galway to the Third Reich and Back Again
Newells of Tuam
St. Patricks Church Rakauhauka, Southland, New Zealand: The Faith of the Galway/Irish Settlers
Clanmorris Rentals in Co. Galway
Colonel Patrick Kelly
Sister Mary Coleman O.P. From Gort to New Zealand
A McNamara Family of Annaghdown in Pittsburgh
Eva of the Nation Poet & Patriot
Tom ‘The Moor’ Molineaux and Galay
Sergeant Daniel Sullivan The Kilkerrin Connection
Popular Perceptions of the Royal Irish Constabulary During the Land war in Galay
John Ford & The Feeney Family of Galway & Portland, Maine
Gater Street, Dunmore, Co. Galway 80 Years ago
Dunmore in the 1850Â’s
Post Office Records a Valuable Source for Family History
Another year of records – Illustrates the extent of Galway Family History Society (West) computerisation for Church, Civil, Graveyard, Obituary, Tithe Applotment Book and Griffith’s Land Valuation records. (Eg. Church records to date are 204,888 baptism records covering 67 parishes)

The publisher is: Galway Family History Society West Ltd, Editor Marie Mannion

Galway History and Society (Published 1996 comprising 25 Chapters totalling 848 Pages)
The Anglo Norman's and their Castles in County Galway
The topography of medieval and early modern Galway
From Warlords to Landlords: Political and social change in Galway 1540-1640
Religion and the laity in early modern Galway
Aspects of intellectual life in 17th century Galway
The transfer of power: Galway 1642-1703
The politics of the 'Protestant ascendancy': County Galway 1650-1832
The worlds of a Galway squire: Robert French of Monivea 1716-1779
He land lords and land usage in 18th century Galway
The Galway tribes as landowners and gentry
The response of the poor law to the great famine in County Galway
The encumbered estates Court and Galway land ownership 1849-1858
Bishop John Macevilly and the Catholic church in late 19th century always
Minor famines and relief in Galway 1815-1925
From Connacht to North America: State aided emigration from County Galway in the 1880's
"Waiting for the promised money": Trade unionism in County Galway 1890-1914
The "Western outpost": Local Government and women's suffrage in County Galway 1898-1918
Farmers against Nationalists: The rise and fall of Clann na Talmhan in Galway
Scriobhaithe Lamhscribhinni gaeilge I ngaillimh 1700-1900
The Galway Gaeltacht 1926-1981: A socio-linguistic study of continuity and change
Trends in population and settlement in County Galway 1971-1991
Fear Ceoil Ghlinsce: Colm o caodhin
The road, the house, and the grave: A poetics of Galway space 1900-1970
Galway County Library Archives and a select bibliography of County Galway
Early ecclesiastical settlement names of County Galway

The publisher is: Geography publications, Gerard Moran (Editor), Raymond Gillespie (Associate Editor), William Nolan (Series Editor - Interdisciplinary essays in the history of an Irish County).

Marriages in the Diocese of Tuam 1821-1829 By: Helen M. Murphy & James R. Reilly, 1993
This is an indexed transcription of almost 4,000 marriages from the Roman Catholic diocese of Tuam (LDS film reference: FHL #0979699 Item 5). Overall 46 parishes are represented in the 7 deaneries which make up the diocese of Tuam. The majority of these parishes fall in Galway, although some crossover into Mayo and Roscommon.

The publisher is: Heritage Books Inc., 1540-E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowie, Maryland 20716


Forthcoming publication - NEW EDITION OF Barefoot and Pregnant? The Genealogical Society of Victoria in conjunction with Trevor McClaughlin is planning for a revised edition of the very useful work, Barefoot and Pregnant? Irish Famine orphans in Australia. Publication of the new version is planned for late 2000 or early 2001. Those people who kindly allowed their name to be printed in the ‘Register of orphans’, in the first edition, may wish to have their new/current address in the revised version. Please note: Names and address from the first volume will NOT be automatically included in the second volume. YOU must re-submit your ancestors name along with your name and address. We are also seeking photographs of the ‘orphan girls’ to include in the second volume. If you would like your name alongside the 'orphan girl' you are interested in, please write to Dr Trevor McClaughlin , c/- Dept Modern History, Macquarie University, NSW 2109 or The Editor, The Genealogical Society of Victoria, Level 6, 179 Queen St, Melbourne 3000.

Na Tuatha Gallimhe/The Tribes of Galway By: Adrian J. Martyn (The summary below is as provided by Adrian)
"This is the first book to deal in-depth with the fourteen merchant families that made the town of Galway famous. Though many books and articles deal with the history of the town and county, this is the first book by a member of one of the Tribes, which explains the origins, history and descent of these families. They were as follows: Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, Font, French, Joyce, Kirwin, Lynch, Martin, Morris, and Skerrett. These families, who settled in the town between 1261 and 1539, made their fortunes by trading goods from Ireland to England, Spain, France, Portugal and the West Indies. In latter years, they became soldiers, landlords and rebels, but such of them as are left in Galway are now somewhat vague as to their history.

Famous members of the Tribes covered include John Deane, who discovered the identity of one of the executioners of King Charles I; Mayor Andrew Morris, who was forced to execute seventy survivors of the Spanish Armada in 1589. John Blake Fitz Henry, who almost totally wiped out the Athy Tribe in 1440; Germyn Lynch, entrepreneur extraordinary, who worked as a merchant in Iceland, a goldsmith in London and a Keeper of the Irish Mints (from which post he was fired five times); the pro-Nazi William Joyce, AKA Lord Haw-Haw; Margaret Athy, who founded a monastry in Galway while her husband was in Spain; Captain Richard "Nimble Dick" Martin who through all sorts of legal trickery ended up owning most of Connamara; Geoffrey French, who arrived penniless in Spain and but died as a Knight of St. James; Geoffrey Browne, who tried to sell the town to the Duke of Lorraine; Captain James Blake, who was a triple-agent for the Irish, English and Old English in the 1590's; Rev. F.X. Martin, who faced imprisonment and a bill of almost a quarter of a million for holding up a construction site in Dublin for archaeologists to survey.

Mr. Martyn provides a four-page overview of the history of the Tribes and the town, before tackling the different families. The book also contains a four-page chronology of the history of Galway town from 1124 to 2001, and an appendix dealing with eighty of the Non-Tribal families that settled there from the 1200's to the mid-1600's. The latter group contains such families as Begge, Bermingham, Branegan, Carey, DeLapp, Fallon, Kenny, Lang/Long, Leonard, Merrick, Nolan, O'Halloran, Quin, Sepishend, Tierney, and Webbe.

Adrian J. Martyn was born in Galway in 1975, and is a professional genealogist and writer. Among his future projects is an expanded book on the Tribes, plus a book on over five hundred surnames of Co. Galway, which he hopes to publish next year. He has been working on a book on the history of his own family since 1996, and hopes to have it finished within a few years.

He can be contacted at martyn@netaccess.ie, or 37 Cresent View, Riverside, Galway City, Republic of Ireland. Copies of the book are available in all Galway bookstores."


Publications before 1980

The History of the Town and County of the Town of Galway
James Hardiman







The "Meaning" of Coats of Arms

Generally speaking it is almost always impossible to accurately decipher the meaning of the symbolism on any personal coat of arms. Many of the arms in use today, or on which today's coats of arms are based, were granted hundreds of years ago and if there was ever a specific meaning to the symbols, then this is probably lost in history. Even in situations where there are records of the granting of arms, rarely, if ever, is the symbolic significance recorded.

There are of course exceptions. For example, in civic heraldry, coats of arms of towns, regions and countries often have clear symbolism. For example, the coat of arms of Cork shows a tall ship entering the harbour, clearly symbolising Cork history as an important sea-port. Rarely though are personal arms so easily deciphered, but sometimes it can be done.

Occupational names can often be reflected in their arms. Examples include the Catherine wheel on the Wheeler arms (the Catherine wheel is an instrument of torture, so I hesitate to guess what the Wheeler's original occupation was); the garbs (or sheaf) found on some Weaver arms; the wheel on the Cartwright arms and so on.

Other easily deciphered symbols are those of canting arms in which the arms represent a pun on the bearer's name. For example the arms of Calfe include a calf (the animal not the body part), those of Dove a dove and the Ahernes and Hearns proudly display a heron.

Some emigrant families added symbols relating to their homeland to their arms. It is not unusual to find arms of people of Irish origin living in England decorated with green trefoils (shamrocks). Similarly many French families living abroad added a fleur de lys.

Animals, real and mythical, are used frequently in heraldry and have some general significance. The lion is conventionally regal, the unicorn is a symbol of purity, the boar is a Celtic symbol of endurance and courage, and so on.

There are some symbols that have a specific significance in Irish Heraldry . . .

The severed red right hand (dexter hand couped at the wrist gules) is a feature of many coats of arms for families of the Uí Neill (i.e. descendants of Niall). This same symbol is associated with the province of Ulster and appears on the Arms of that province and on the modern flag of Northern Ireland. There are at least three explanations of its origins. The first relates to the name of the son of Bolg or Nuadu, the Sun God of the Celts, and by some accounts the divine progenitor of all Celts. This son was known as Labraid Lámhdhearg (Labraid of the Red Hand). The association of the symbolic red hand with the Sun God, therefore makes it an appropriate heraldic icon. The second relates to Nuada, king of the Tuatha Dé Danann, who had his right hand severed by Sreng during a great battle with the Fomorians. No imperfect man being allowed to hold the throne, Nuada was forced to abdicate in favour of Bres. However, a silver hand was fashioned for him and the power of ancient magic was used to cause flesh and sinew to grow back around the prosthesis. When Bres died, Nuada again assumed his royal place. The third explanation is somewhat more fanciful. The story tells of a pact among the seven sons of Miledh of Esbain, the Celtic king who sons conquered Ireland that the ruler of the new land would be whosoever among them first touched the soil of the island. As the flotilla approached the shore, one of the sons took his sword, cut off his right hand and threw it to land, thus becoming the ruler. He must have been either left handed or pretty stupid (or both) otherwise it is unlikely that he could have thrown the severed hand well enough to accomplish his purpose. Certainly, he was left handed for the rest of his life. The story, if true, may relate to Erimhon who is reputed to have been the first Celtic ruler of the northern part of Ireland. His brother Ebher ruled the southern half. They were the only two of the seven brothers who survived the conquest.

The stag which appears in the arms of many Munster families - MacCarthy, O'Sullivan and many others - relates very clearly to the kingship myth of the Erainn peoples. In this myth, the legitimacy of the ruling house is confirmed when a stag enters; the animal is hunted, and the border of the territory is defined by the chase; the future ruler is the individual who eventually slays the stag. What the many families displaying the stag in their arms have in common is that they were originally part of the great Eoghanacht tribal grouping, which dominated Munster until the time of Brian Boru. The stag was self-evidently an appropriate choice of symbol.

As in Ulster and Munster, so in Connacht the arms of the ruling family, the O'Conors, and of a whole host of others connected with them - Flanagan, O'Beirne and many more - all display a common symbol, in this case the oak tree. Again, the reason lies in pre-Christian belief, in the old Celtic reverence for the oak, and its resulting association with kingship. Medieval sources record ruling families having at least one sacred tree outside the family's ring-fort.

Another peculiarly Irish heraldic symbol is the evett or lizard, which is almost always depicted green. I am unaware of its significance, but given Ireland's general lack of reptiles, it is a rather odd symbol to be almost exclusively Gaelic. Perhaps it is associated with St. Patrick's banishment of snakes, toads and other obnoxious reptiles.

The harp is the main heraldic symbol of Ireland and it appears on the coat of arms of the country. However, it rarely features on personal coats of arms.

There is a heraldic crown that is known as an "ancient Irish crown". This symbol features on the arms of Munster and also on several personal arms as an adornment on animals such as lions, either worn on the head or around the neck.

Apart from those mentioned above, it is just about impossible to know quite what the herald or bearer had in mind when a coat of arms was originally designed.

I hope in the above text I have given you some sense of the futility of trying to interpret the symbolism on a coat of arms. Having done that (and if I haven't please re-read the foregoing passages) I would now like to point out some general meanings that have been attached to heraldic symbols. This is not to say that I believe these interpretations to be accurate. I am merely reporting them here in order to avoid future correspondence asking me to interpret coats of arms. The "meanings" below are NOT mine – nor do I put any faith in them.

For what they are worth (which is not much) here they are

Tinctures (colours)
Or (yellow or gold): Generosity and elevation of the mind
Argent (white or silver): Peace and sincerity
Gules (Red): Warrior or martyr; Military strength and magnanimity
Azure (Blue): Truth and loyalty
Vert (Green): Hope, joy, and loyalty in love
Sable (Black): Constancy or grief
Pupure (Purple): Royal majesty, sovereignty, and justice
Tawny or Tenne (Orange): Worthy ambition
Sanguine or Murray (Maroon): Patience in battle, and yet victorious
Furs (ermine, ermines, erminois, vair, counter vair, pean, potent counter potent): Dignity

Arms may include lines or ordinaries that are shaped by lines as follows . . .
Nebuly: Clouds or air
Wavy: Sea or water
Engrailed: Earth or land
Invected: Earth or land
Indented: Fire
Dancette: Water
Raguly: Difficulties that have been encountered
Embattled: Walls of a fortress or town (also, fire)

Symbols

In additon to symbolic meanings, some symbols are used to signify relationship to the original grantee. These symbols are known as "differences" or "marks of cadency" and are the distinctions sometimes used to indicate the various branches or cadets of one family. These are quite specific and range as follows
Label - eldest son
Crescent - second son
Mullet - third son
Martlet - fourth son
Annulet - fifth son
Fleur-de-lis - sixth son
Rose - seventh son
Cross moline - eigth son
Double quatrefoil - ninth son

Symbolic meanings
Acacia: Eternal and affectionate remembrance
Agricultural Tools: Labouring in the earth and depending upon providence
Anchor: Hope
Angel: Dignity, glory, and honour; missionary; bearer of joyful news
Ant: Great labour, wisdom, and providence in one's affairs
Antlers: Strength and fortitude
Anvil: Honour
Apple: Felicity and peace
Arm in Armour: Leadership
Arm Naked: Industry
Arrow: Readiness (for battle); if depicted with a cross, represents an affliction
Ass: Patience and humility
Axe: Execution of military duty
Banners: Special action in which bearer was captured, or a reward for valiant service
Bar, Barry, or Barrulet: One who sets the bar of conscience, religion, and honour against angry passions and evil temptations
Barry Wavy: Troubles keep us in continuous exercise and reminders of providence (as waves in a storm at sea)
Baton: Authority
Battle Axe: Execution of military duty
Bay Leaves: Poet or victor's laurel
Beacon: One who is watchful, who gave the signal in time of danger
Bear: Strength, cunning, ferocity in the protection of one's kindred
Beaver: Industry and perseverance
Bee: Efficient industry
Bell: Power to disperse evil spirits; a hawk's bells denotes one not afraid of signalling his approach in peace or war
Bend: Scarf or shield suspender of a knight commander; signifies defence or protection
Boar: Bravery; fights to the death. Celtic symbol of endurance and courage
Boar's Head: Hospitality
Bones: Mortality
Book: Open: manifestation; closed: counsel
Bow: Readiness (for battle)
Bridge: Governor or magistrate
Broom: Humility
Buck: One who will not fight unless provoked; peace and harmony
Buckle: Victorious fidelity in authority
Bull: Valour, bravery, generosity
Bull's Horns: Strength and fortitude
Butterfly: Soul
Camel: Docility, patience, and perseverance
Cannon and Cannon Balls: One who has dared the terror of such a weapon in battle
Canton: Recognition from the sovereign for performance of eminent service
Carnation: Admiration
Carpenter's Square: Conforming one's actions to the laws of right and equity
Castle: Safety. May represent an actual building
Cat: Liberty, vigilance, forecast, and courage
Centaur: Eminence in the field of battle
Chain: Reward for acceptable and weighty service; with crowns and collars, this suggests the bearer bore the chain of obligation or obliged others because of services done
Chaplet: Crown of joy and admiration
Cherub: Dignity, glory, and honour; missionary; bearer of joyful news
Chevron: Protection; Builders or others who have accomplished some work of faithful service
Chough (Cornish): Strategist in battle; watchful for friends
Cinquefoils: Hope and joy
Civic Wreath: (of oak leaves and acorns) One who saved a fellow citizen's life or shown patriotism in defence of one's native land
Clarion: Ready for war
Claw: The biter bitten
Cock: Courage and perseverance; hero; able in politics
Cockatrice: Terror to all beholders
Column: Fortitude and constancy; with serpent coiled around it, wisdom with fortitude
Cornucopia: Bounty of nature
Crane: Close parental bond; Vigilance if holding a rock
Crescent: One who has been honoured by the sovereign; hope of greater glory. Mark of the second son.
Cresset: One who is watchful, who gave the signal in time of danger
Cross: Service in the Crusades
Cross Crosslet: The fourfold mystery of the cross
Cross Flory: One who has conquered
Cross Raguly: Difficulties encountered
Crown (Mural): Defender of a fortress, token of civic honour; one who first mounted the breach in the walls of a fortress
Crown (Naval): One who first boarded an enemy's ship; distinguished naval commander
Cup (covered): Office of the king's butler
Cushions: Authority
Cygnet: Where gorged with a crown around its neck, signifies dignity
Cypress: Death and eternal life thereafter
Deer: One who will not fight unless provoked; peace and harmony
Dice: Constancy
Dolphin: Swiftness, diligence, charity, and love
Dragon: Valiant defender of treasure; valour and protection
Drops: One who has endured torrents of liquids, as in battle, depending upon the colour of the liquid.
Yellow: gold Blue: tears Green: oil White: water Black: pitch or tar Red: blood
Drum: Ready for war
Dove: Loving constancy and peace; with an olive branch in its bill, good tidings
Duck: Resourcefulness
Eagle: Nobility, strength, bravery, and alertness; or one who is high-spirited, ingenious, quick-witted, and judicious
Eagle displayed (wings spread): protection
Eagle (two headed): Conjoining of two forces
Elephant: Great strength, wit, and ambition
Escallop: (sea shell) Traveller to far places or victorious naval commander
Escarbuncle: Supremacy; brilliant gem
Escutcheon of Pretence: Claim of a prince to sovereignty; or marriage to an heiress of the family
Estoile: Celestial goodness; nobility
Falcon: One who does not rest until objective achieved
Feathers: Obedience and serenity
Fess: Military belt or girdle of honour; represents readiness to serve the public
Fetterlock: Victory; one who has taken prisoners or rescued prisoners of war
Fife: Ready for war
Fire: Zealousness
Fish: A true, generous mind; virtuous for himself, not because of his heritage
Flag: Refer to special action in which bearer was captured, or a reward for valiant service
Fleur-de-lys: Purity; light; floral badge of France; represents sixth son as mark of cadency
Flint: Readiness for zealous service
Flowers: Hope and joy
Fountain: Water, a spring
Fox: Defensive wisdom and wit
Fret: Persuasion
Fruit: Felicity and peace
Fusil: Travel and labour
Fusil of Yarn: Negotiation
Gannet: One who has to subsist by virtue and merit
Garb or Sheaf of wheat: The harvest of one's hopes has been secured
Gauntlet: Armed for the performance of martial enterprise
Goat: Political ability
Goose: Resourcefulness
Grasshopper: Noble and home-bred
Grenade: One who has dared the terror of such a weapon in battle
Greyhound: Courage, vigilance, and loyalty
Griffin: Valour and death-defying bravery; vigilance
Hammer: Honour; emblem of trade
Hand: Pledge of faith, sincerity, and justice; two right hands conjoined represent union and alliance
Hare: One who enjoys a peaceable and retired life
Harp: Well-composed person of tempered judgement; contemplation; heraldic symbol of Ireland
Harpy: Ferocity under provocation
Hawk: One who does not rest until objective achieved
Head (Human): Honour; if the head of a "blackamoor" or Moor, refers to deeds of prowess in the Crusades
Heart Flaming: Intense, burning affection
Heart Human: Charity and sincerity
Hedgehog: Provident provider
Helmet: wisdom and security in defence
Hind: Peace and harmony
Holly: Truth
Horns: Strength and fortitude
Horse: Readiness for all employment for king and country
Horseshoe: Good luck and safeguard against evil spirits
Hourglass: Flight of time; mortality
Hunting Horn: One who is fond of the chase, of high pursuits
Hydra: Conquest of a very powerful enemy
Inescutcheon: Claim of a prince to sovereignty; or marriage to an heiress of the family
Ivy: Strong and lasting friendship
Inkhorn: Art of writing and educated employment
Keys: Guardianship and dominion
Ladder: Fearlessness; against a tower, be on guard against spiritual and corporeal enemies
Lamb: Gentleness and patience under suffering
Lamb (Agnus Dei): Faith, Bravery, resolute spirit
Laurel: Peace; triumph
Leg: Strength, stability, and expedition
Leopard: Valiant and hardy warrior who enterprises hazardous things by force and courage
Lightning Bolt: Swiftness and power
Lily: Purity
Lion: Dauntless courage; often represents a person or group of people
Lozenge: Constancy
Lyre: Contemplation; tempered judgement
Marigold: Devotion and piety
Martlet: Symbol of the fourth son (mark of difference); one who subsists by virtue and merit, not inheritance
Mascle: Persuasiveness
Mastiff: Courage, vigilance, and loyalty
Maunch: For the sake of my lady
Mermaid: Eloquence
Moon: Serene power over mundane actions
Moor: Dates back to the Middle Ages when it was considered an honour to take a Moor's head
Mortar: One who has dared the terror of such a weapon in battle
Mule: Often borne by abbots and abbesses who have pastoral jurisdiction, but not real jurisdiction
Mullet: Divine quality from above; mark of third son
Musical: Pipes Festivity and rejoicing
Oak: Great age and strength
Oak with Acorns: Continuous growth and fertility
Olive: Peace and concordance
Ostrich: Willing obedience and serenity
Otter: One who lives life to the fullest
Ox: Valour and generosity
Pale: Military strength
Palm: Victory, justice, and royal honour
Panther: Fierce, but tender and loving to children and will defend children to the death
Passion Nails: Poignant suffering undergone by the bearer
Pavilion: Readiness for battle
Peacock: Beauty, power, and knowledge
Pears: Felicity and peace
Pegasus: Poetic genius and inspiration
Pelican: Self-sacrifice and charitable nature (based on the myth that of times of famine a female pelican will nourish her young by piercing her breast having them feed on her blood)
Pen: Art of writing and educated employment
Pheon: Dexterity and nimble wit; readiness for battle
Phoenix: Resurrection
Pile: Engineering skills, builder
Pillar: Fortitude and constancy; with serpent coiled around, wisdom with fortitude
Pincers: Honour; emblem of the smith's trade
Pine: Death and eternal life thereafter
Pine Cone: Life
Pipes: Festivity and rejoicing
Plume: Willing obedience and serenity of mind
Pomegranate: Fertility and abundance
Portcullis: Protection in an emergency
Quatrefoil: Good tidings
Rabbit: Peaceable and retired life
Rainbow: Good times after bad
Ram: Authority
Ratch-hound: Loyalty, courage, and vigilance
Raven: Divine providence
Rhinoceros: Ferocious when aroused
Rock: Safety and protection; refuge
Rose: Mark of cadency of the seventh son
Rose Red: Grace and beauty
Rose White: Love and faith
Roundles
Gold / Yellow (bezant): trustworthy or treasure
White / silver (plate): generosity
Green (pomeis): apple
Purple (golpe): wounded
Blue (hurt): berry
Black (pellet or ogress): cannonball
Red (torteau): communion wafer or manchet cake
Tawney (orange): oranges
Saddle: Preparedness for active service
Salamander: Protection
Saltire: Resolution
Scythe / Sickle: The hope of a fruitful harvest
Seraphim: Dignity, glory, and honour missionary; bearer of joyful news
Serpent / Snake: Wisdom
Shacklebolt: Victory; one who has taken prisoners or rescued prisoners of war
Shamrock: Perpetuity; floral device of Ireland
Shield: Defender
Ship: Sea voyages
Ship: Demasted Disaster at sea
Skull: Mortality
Snail: Deliberation and perseverance
Snake: Wisdom
Spear: Honourable warrior; valiant knight
Spearhead: Dexterity and nimble wit; readiness for battle
Sphere: Geographical or scientific reference
Sphinx: Omniscience and secrecy
Spider: Wisdom, labour, and prudence
Spur: Preparedness for active service; pressing onward
Squares: Constancy
Squirrel: Lover of the woods
Stag: One who will not fight unless provoked; peace and harmony
Stag's Antlers: Strength and fortitude
Steel: Readiness for zealous service
Stirrup: Readiness for active service
Stool: Hospitality
Stork: Filial duty; close parental bond; holding a rock; vigilance
Sun: Glory and splendour; fountain of life
Swallow: One who is prompt and ready in doing business; bearer of good news
Swan: Poetic harmony and learning, or lover thereof
Sword: Justice and military honour
Table: Hospitality
Tabor: Festivity and rejoicing
Talbot: Courage, vigilance, and loyalty
Tent: Readiness for battle
Tiger: Fierceness and valour; resentment dangerous if aroused
Torch: Zealousness; engaging in signal service
Tortoise: Invulnerability to attack
Tower: Safety and grandeur; sometimes a building
Tree: Trunk New life sprouting from the old
Trefoil: Perpetuity, if green, symbol of Ireland
Trestle: Hospitality
Trumpet: Ready for war
Unicorn: Extreme courage; virtue and strength
Vine: Strong and lasting friendship
Water Bouget: One who carried water to an army or a besieged place
Wheat-Ears: Faithfulness
Wheat Garb or Sheaf: The harvest of one's hopes has been secured
Wheel: Fortune
Wheel (Catherine): Torture
Wings: Swiftness and protection
Wolf: Reward from perseverance in long sieges and/or hard industry
Woodbine: Love that does not injure that which it clings to
Wreath: Triumph
Wyvern: Valour and protection
Yew: Death and eternal life thereafter

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An alphabetical list and concise accound of the ancient families of Galway
Chapter 1

Chapter 1
The origin and signification of the name of Galway

An alphabetical list and concise accound of the ancient families of Galway

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Athy
This family is of great antiquity in Galway; tradition relates that one of the name erected the first stone house or castle within the town. They were from the earliest times highly respectable, William de Athy was appointed treasurer of Connaught, 8th December, 1388, with the fee of £10 yearly--Rot. Pat. Canc.--the name was also of consequence in other parts of Ireland. John de Athy was sheriff of Kerry, 7th Edw. II.--Rot. Mem. Scac.--on 3rd March, 17th of the same King, he was appointed marshall of Ireland--Eod. de an. 18 --and the 20th year, he was sheriff of the counties of Carrickfergus? and Antrim?.--Rot. Pat.--Philip Lynch Athy, Esq. of Renville?, is the present representative of this family.

Arms: Checky, argent and gules, on a chevron of the last, three etoiles, or.

Crest: A demi lion rampant.

Motto: Ductus non coactus.

Blake
This family is of British extraction, and, though the name seems derived from the Saxon, Blac, a colour; yet, Debrett, in his Baronetage, says, "they are traditionally descended from Ap-lake, one of the knights of King Arthur's round table," and adds, "that in the reign of Henry II, one of this family accompanied Strongbow, and after many exploits built himself a castle, at Menlo?, near Galway." --- Richard Caddell [w] surnamed Blake, (from whom, according to Lynch's MS. the Blakes of Galway are descended,) was sheriff of Connaught, Vicecomes Conacioe, 32 and 33 Edw. I, [x] he was also sheriff in 1306. and in 7 Edw. Il. the king's writ issued, for arrearages of his account. --- Rot. Mem. --- The arms of this family were first borne by him and descended to his posterity. The family of Ardfry, descended from Sir Richard Blake, who was speaker or chairman, of the assembly of the confederate catholics of Ireland, at Kilkenny, in 1647, was raised to the dignity of the peerage, in the year 1800, in the person of Joseph Henry Blake, Esq. who was then created Lord Baron of Wallscourt?, in the kingdom of Ireland. This widely extended name is, at present, divided into the opulent and respectable families, of Ardfry, Ballyglunin?, Belmont?, Castlegrove?, Corbally?, Forbough?, Frenchfort?, Hollypark?, Killeencastle?, Mace?, Menlo?, Merlinpark?, Moorfield?, Orancastle?, Rahara? or Annbally?, Renville?, (formerly of Lehinch?, in Mayo,) Tully?, Waterdale? and Windfield?, in the County of Galway; and Ballinafad?, Brookhill?, Garracloone?, Milltown? and Towerhill?, in the County of Mayo.

Arms. Argent, a fret, gules. Crest. A cat passant, gardant, proper, Motto. Virtus sola Nobilitat.

Bodkin
The Bodkins of Galway, and the Earls of Desmond and Kildare, were descended from the common ancestor, Maurice Fitzgerald, Lord of Windsor, and one of the first invaders of Ireland, under Strongbow. His son, Thomas FitzMaurice, acquired ample possessions in Munster, where his descendants became Earls of Desmond. Richard, the son of Thomas, about the year 1242, held considerable properties in Connaught, under Richard de Burgo, and Thomas, his son, was the ancestor of the Bodkin family. This family name originated, according to tradition, from a victory gained by their great progenitor, Thomas Fitz Richard (about the year 1300,) over a valiant Irish knight, whom he encountered in single combat, and having, in the conflict, made use of a short spear or weapon, in Irish called, a Baudekin, he was, from that circumstance, surnamed, Buaidh Baudekin, of the victory of the Bodkin, which name was afterwards retained by his descendants. Whatever doubt may attend this traditionary relation, none can exist as to the origin and descent of the family, which are fully ascertained by the testimony of antiquaries, by ancient stone sculptures and monuments, still remaining, and from the genealogies of the Geraldines, whose arms the Bodkin family bore for many generations, and whose motto, Crom aboo, they retain to this day. [y] Henry Bodkin, the son of Thomas, was Clericus ville in the reign of Richard II. at which time, there was a street or lane in Galway, called Baudekyn's lane?. They were then possessed of large properties in and about the town, particularly at Newcastle?, near the river; [z] and at Athenry?, [a2] Toherskehine?, Ballynameathagh?, Kilcornan? and Parke?. At present the principal families of the name, are those of Annagh?, Carrowbeg?, [b2] Castletown?, Kilcloony? and Thomastown?.

Arms. Ermine, on a saltire, gules, a leopard's face, or. Crest. A leopard's face, or. Motto. Gom aboo.

Browne
Philippus de Browne, is said to have come to Ireland in 1170, and, in 1172, was appointed Governor of Wexford?. In 1178 he went to England, and soon after returned with 60 armed knights, and was a leader at the siege of Limerick. [c2] He had three sons, William, who settled in the territory of Clanmorris, in the County of Kerry, and Walter, who settled in the County of Galway, where his posterity still remain, the destination of the third son is not mentioned. Another account states, that ''Sir David Browne, who was cotemporary with Richard de Burgo, the Red Earl of Ulster, that he died in 1303, and had a son, named Stephen, who settled at Killpatricke?, near Dublin?, from whence, after a time a branch of that house settled at Brownstown?, near Loughrea, and thence branched forth to Athenry? and Galway.'' [d2] The principal families of the name at present in the province, are those of Ardskea?, Gloves?, Kilskeagh?, Mounthazle Moyne?, Rockville? and Tuam?, in the County of Galway, and Ballyhowly? and Castlemagarret?, in the County of Mayo.

Arms. Or. an eagle displayed, with two heads, sable. Crest. An eagle's head, erased. [e] Motto. Fortiter et fideliter.

D'Arcy
This family stands highly distinguished in the annals of the kingdom. Its descent is derived from David D'Arcy, (of an eminent family in France which deduces its origin from Charlemagne,) who took his surname from Castle D'Arcie, his chief seat, which lay within thirty miles of Paris. His son, Christopher, having, with a band of his vassals, joined the crusades, died in Palestine, leaving Thomas his heir, whose son, Sir Richard D'Arcy, accompanied William the Conqueror to England, where, after he was settled that monarch enriched him with ample possessions, which some of his posterity still enjoy. [f2] From him descended, Sir John D'Arcy, who was high in repute with Edward II. by whom he was appointed justice of Ireland in 1323. He married the Lady Jane Bourke, daughter of Richard, Earl of Ulster, from which marriage are derived all the D'Arcies of this kingdom. [g2] The Galway family is immediately descended from James Riveagh D'Arcy, who settled here about the end of the reign of Elizabeth, and, in consequence of his superior abilities and address, rapidly acquired considerable power and influence. From him sprung in a direct line the house of Kiltulla, and the families of Newforest, in the County of Galway, (formerly of Clunuane? in the County of Clare), Gorteen? and Houndswood?, in the County of Mayo.

Arms. Azure, semee of cross crosslets, three cinquefoils, argent. Crest. On a chapeau, gules, doubled ermine, a bull passant, sable, corned, unguled, and furnished, or. Motto. Un Dieu, un Roy.

Deane
The first of this name, that settled in Galway, is said to have been William Allen, or Den, who came hither from Bristol in the reign of Henry VI. and was afterwards elected Provost. Members of this family, were amongst the first Mayors and chief Magistrates of the Town. [h]

Arms. Azure, three wings, two and one, argent. Crest. A demi lion rampant, azure. Motto. Arte vel marte.

Ffonte, or De Fuente
This family settled in Galway in the beginning of the fifteenth century, they sprung from an ancient English family of Leicestershire, and, are said, to have been established in Athenry?, in the County of Galway, as early as the reign of King John. [i2] The name is now nearly extinct. Geoffry Ffont, who died near Galway, in 1814, aged 105 years, is supposed to have been the last survivor of the Galway branch of this family.

Arms. Argent, semee of cross crosslets, a lion rampant, sable. Crest. A demi lion rampant. Motto. [ ]

Ffrench
This family is descended from Sir Maximilian Ffrench, the first of the name, whose descendants accompanied their kinsman, William the Conqueror, into England. [j2] Their original place of settlement in Ireland, together with many other English and Anglo-Norman adventurers, was the County of Wexford; [k2] from whence, in process of time, they gradually spread throughout the other parts of the kingdom. Two families of the name settled at different periods in Galway, the first, with Walter French, in the reign of Hen. VI. about the year 1425, and the other, with Henry Begg Ffrench, in the reign of Elizabeth; since which time, they have ranked amongst the most considerable in the Province. The family of Castle Ffrench?, near Ahascragh?, in the County of Galway, was raised to the dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798. The Right Honorable Charles Baron Ffrench, of Castle Ffrench? is the present Lord. The other branches of this respectable name, are those of Ballinahalla, now of Beagh?, Carrorea?, Elmhill?, Ffrenchgrove?, Monivea?, Portcarn, Rahasane and Tyrone in the County of Galway, Ballykeneave and Culliane in the County of Mayo, and Foxborough?, Frenchpark?, Port, Rocksavage and Snipehill, in the County of Roscommon [l2]

Arms. Ermine, a chevron, sable. Crest. A Dolphin, embowed, upon rocks, proper. [m2] Motto. One heart, one mind.

Joyes or Joyce
This old Galway family is of ancient and honourable English descent, and was allied to the Welch and British princes Thomas Joyes, the first of the name that came to Ireland, sailed from Wales in the reign of Edward I. and arrived with his fleet at Thomond? in Munster, where he married Onorah O'Brien, daughter of the chief of that district; from thence, putting to sea, he directed his course to the western part of Connaught, where he acquired considerable tracts of territory, which his posterity still inhabit. While on the voyage, his wife was delivered of a son, whom he named Mac Mara, son of the sea, he extended his father's acquisitions, and from him descended the sept of the Joyces, a race of men remarkable for their extraordinary stature, who, for centuries past inhabited the mountainous district, in Iar Connaught, called, from them, Duthaidh Sheodhoigh, or Joyce country, now forming the barony of Ross?, in the County of Galway, and for which they were formerly tributary to the O'Flaherties. [n2] Walter Jorse, Jorze or Joyce, brother of Thomas, Cardinal of Sabina, of this name and family, was Archbishop of Armagh, he resigned in 1311, and was succeeded by his brother Roland. The former was confessor to Edward II. and was author of several works. [o2] The families of Joyes-grove in the County of Galway, Oxford? in Mayo, and Woodquay? in the town of Galway, with that of Merview?, near the town, are the present descendants of this old family.

Arms. Argent, an eagle displayed, with two necks, gules, over all Fess Ermine. Crest. A demi-wolf-rampant, argent, ducally gorged, or. [p2] Motto. Mors aut honorabilis vita.

Kirwan
This name and family are Irish, and the heralds have gone very far back indeed to deduce their origin. They tell us, that Maoldabhreac, son of Fiobhrann, son of Finghin, descended from Heremon, second son of Milesius, was father of Ciorrovan or Kirrovan, from whom the Kirwans are descended. [q2] They appear to have settled in Galway, in the reign of Henry VI. about which time, the name first occurs in its modern form, mention being then made of William Kirwan and his children. Some think them much more ancient, supposing them to be the family of Kirwicke, already enumerated amongst the more early inhabitants of the town; [r2] and this supposition is very probable, as the orthography of the name has undergone various changes, viz. O'Quirivan, Kyrvan, Kerovan, Kirevane, &c. but it is now generally written Kirwan. To this name and family, Ireland is indebted for two individuals, of the first order of genius, men whose splendid talents have raised their native country to a most elevated point in the scale of literature and science; by those the reader may easily anticipate, are meant the celebrated Dean Kirwan, and his distinguished relative and friend, the late Richard Kirwan, Esq. of Cregg?; the former, acknowledged to have been the first christian orator of his day, and the latter, one of the greatest philosophers of the age in which he lived. Biographical accounts of these eminent men, will be found in another part of this volume. The families of Blindwell, Castlehackett, [s2] Cregg, [t2] Gardenfield, Glan, Hillsbrook and Woodfield?, in the County of Galway; and Dalgin?, in the County of Mayo, are the principal of the name.

Arms. Argent, a chevron, between three shelldrakes, sable, beaked and legged, gules. Crest. A shelldrake close, sable, beaked and legged. gules. Motto. J' aim mon Dieu, mon Roi et mon Pais. [u2]

Lynch
This is one of the most ancient, and, until the middle of the seventeenth century, was one of the most leading families in Galway. In the old volume of pedigrees, preserved in the Heralds office, it appears, that, ''William le Petit, came to Ireland, in 1185, with Sir Hugh de Lacy, who granted him, by his charter, Macherithirnar, &c. (now the barony of Macherydernan?, in the County of Westmeath,) except the Logh and Town of Dysart?; that they were palatine barons of Molingare?, and that William le Petit, had a son, Nicholas, [v2] who was ancestor to the family of Lynch of Galway. [w] William, (or according to other accounts,) John de Lynch, was the first settled of the name in Galway, he was married to the daughter and sole heiress of William de Mareschall, and, it is stated, that the eldest branch of the family, was called Mareschall, until the male line became extinct. During the greatest part of the 15, 16 and 17th centuries, they possessed the principal authority within the town. Dominick Lynch Fitz John, commonly called Dominick dubh, in 1484 solicited and procured the charter of Richard III. under which he caused his blother, Pierce, to be elected first Mayor, and was himself the second. His son Stephen, at the same time, sued out and obtained the bull of Innocent VIII. which established here that singular ecclesiastical jurisdiction, the wardenship. Thomas Lynch Fitz Ambrose was the last catholic mayor in 1654, when the ancient inhabitants were dispossessed by Cromwell; and during a period of 169 years, 84 members of this family, were mayors of Galway. The eldest line of the Lynches from which the younger branches sprung, was distinguished by the appelation of Cranmore, which means, the great tree or stock; and the house of Newcastle, descended from Emon-a-Tuane, who lived in 1342, claimed this distinction. The present lineal descendants of this family, are, the Count Lynch late Mayor of Bourdeaux, (who so eminently distinguished himself in the cause of the royal family of France, against Buonaparte,) and his relative, John Lynch Alexander, Esq. of Galway. The respectable families of Barna?, Cartron?, Clough?, Drimcong?, Lavally?, Lydican?, Moycullen?, Rathglass?, and Shannonbridge?, in the County of Galway, Duras? in the County of Clare, and Ballycurren?, Castlecarra? or Ball?, Clogher? and Partry? in the County of Mayo, are now the principal of the name.

Arms. Azure, a chevron, between three trefoils, slipped, or. Crest. A Lynx, passant, argent. Motto. Semper fidelis.

Martin
This family is of early origin in Galway. Their pedigree relates, that Oliver Martin was the first of the name, that settled in Ireland, that he was a follower of Strongbow, and that the name was derived from Martius, warlike. Some antiquaries, however, are of opinion, that they were of ancient Irish descent. O'Brien and Vallancey, say, "they are derived from the belgian firbolg, or Martini, Ir. Mairtinigh, respectable remains of which still subsist, in the Cities of Limerick and Galway." Richard Martin of Dangan or Ballinehinch Castle, Esq. is descended from the eldest branch of this family, and the houses of Curraghmore?, Ross?, Spiddle? and Tullyra? [x2] are numbered amongst the most respectable in this Province. [y]

Arms. Azure,a calvary cross, on five degrees argent, between the sun in splendor, on the dexter limb, and the moon in crescent, on the sinister. or. [z2] Crest. An etoile wavy, of six points. or. Motto. Auxilium meum a Domino.

Morris
This family first settled in Galway, in 1485, the name was then written Mares, it was afterwards changed to Morech,[a3] and finally assumed its present form. Nothing particular occurs on record relating to this family. except that several of its members served the offices of Mayor and Sheriffs, and were otherwise active and distinguished in the affairs of the former corporation. Their descendants reside at present, in the town, and at Spiddle?, in the County of Galway.

Arms. Or. a fess dauncettie, a lion rampant, in base, sable. Crest. A lion's head, erased, argent, guttee de sang. Motto. Si Deus nobiscum quis contra nos.

Skerrett
This old and respectable family is of considerable antiquity in Galway, the name was originally Huscared; and they derive their origin from a noble English family, one of whom, Roger Huscared, is mentioned by Dugdale, as a judge, at a very early period. Robert Huscared, or Scared, held lands in Connaught, under Richard de Burgo, in 1242. In the registry of the monastery of Athenry?, Walter Huscared and Johanna his wife, are mentioned amongst the principal benefactors of that foundation, and Richard Scared or Skeret, who is supposed to have been their son, was Provost of Galway, in 1378. To him belonged, the estate of Ardfry?, in Mearuidhe, and other lands about Clare-yn-dowl, now Clare Galway? to the friars minors; of which convent, he bestowed a piece of ground, on which, part of their monastery was built. Some of these lands are held by his descendants to this day. The principal branches of this name, at present, are those of Ballinduff, [b3] Carnacrow, Drumgriflin and Nutgrove in the County of Galway and Finvarra? and Funchien? in the County of Clare.

Arms. Vert, a chevron, or, between two squirrels, counter sejant, in chief, and one in base, proper. Crest. A squirrel, sejant, proper. [c3] Motto. Primus ultimusque in acie.

From the foregoing brief notices of the descent and origin of the principal families of Galway, the reader may be enabled to form an adequate idea of their rank and antiquity; but another, and perhaps more important feature in their character, yet remains to be developed. From the earliest period, they were celebrated for commerce, and for many centuries were classed amongst the most considerable merchants of Europe. Their wealth was consequently great, and the ample landed properties, which hey gradually acquired by purchase, from the native Irish, throughout the Province of Connaught, are now enjoyed by their numerous and opulent posterity. During the earlier periods of their career, they carefully avoided all connexion with their surrounding neighbours; [d3] in consequence of which, added to the circumstance of the town being so remotely situated from the civilised parts of the kingdom, the inhabitants were necessarily obliged to intermarry amongst themselves, and in progress of time, their degrees of kindred so much increased that they became, as it were, one family, and in many instances, it was a difficult matter to effect a marriage amongst them, without an ecclesiastical dispensation, a circumstance, which in some cases, is still known to occur. As civilization, however, increased throughout the country, when the channels of communication were gradually opened, and intercourse became more general, and was less attended with danger, the natives of Galway extended their connexions, and their names now appear inrolled in some of the most respectable pedigres of Ireland, amongst whom may be ranked, the noble houses of O'Neil, Ormond and Clanricarde, with many others of considerable rank, property and influence in the kingdom.

Besides the names already enumerated, there are many other families, who, though not similarly distinguished, were equally ancient and respectable, as well from length of residence in the town, as through alliance with the other inhabitants, by whom they were gradually affiliated, and finally considered, without any distinction, as members of the same body. Of these families, the principal were, Barrett [e3] Bermingham, Burke, Butler, Crean, Fallon, Lambert, Nolan, [f3] Port, Quin and Tully. The Coleman family [g3] is also recorded, at an early period; and particular mention is made of Edmond Coleman, from whom one of the Blake family, is said to have acquired the ancient castle and estate of Menlo?. The name of Craddock occurs early in the fifteenth century, the Moores, [h3] Beggs, Sempers [h3] and Tierneys, were also old natives of Galway; and many of the descendants of these different families, still reside in the town and its vicinity.

Having thus far treated of the names and origin of the former inhabitants of Galway, their manners and characters next claim attention; and of these, the reader will be presented with the most satisfactory testimonies. Respectably descended, the citizens always preserved a due respect for their own dignity; and from the earliest period, ranked with the first orders of the community. Learning and science, were received and cherished, within the town, during periods, wherein the rest of the kingdom, with very few exceptions, was immersed in the most profound ignorance; and, in the reign of Elizabeth, we find the accomplished and celebrated Sir Henry Sidney, (who was then Lord Deputy of the kingdom, and who often visited Galway,) declaring, [j3] that for urbanity and elegance of manners, the inhabitants equalled those of the most refined community; and, that like the people of Marseilles, in France, they contracted no stain from their rude and unpolished neighbours. [h3] Sir William Pelham, Lord Justice of Ireland, who arrived in Galway, in 1579, states, that, "the townsmen and wemmen, present a more civil show of life, than other townes in Ireland do;" [l3] and, in Sir Oliver St. John's description of Connaught, in 1614, they are thus described, "the merchants are rich, and great adventurers at the sea; their commonaltie is composed of the descendants of the ancient English families of the towne, and rarelie admit any new English amonge them, and never any of the Irish; they keep good hospitalitie, and are kind to strangers, and in theire manner of entertainment, and in fashinninge, and apparallinge themselves and theire wives, do most preserve the ancient manner and state, as much as any towne that ever I sawe." [m3] These are the highly respectable descriptions, given by the first characters then in the kingdom, of the former inhabitants of Galway; as to their actions, together with those of their descendants, their public spirit, wealth and independance, and the persecutions and sufferings, under which they long afterwards laboured, they will be found fully detailed in the subsequent parts of this work; to which, for the present, the reader is referred, this being considered the most convenient place to describe the former state and topography of the town.

In the year 1610, Speed, the celebrated English antiquary, visited Galway; and his description of the place, suffiently indicates its then importance. "The principal city," says this accurate writer, "of this province, and that, which may worthily be accounted the third in Ireland, is Galway, in Irish Gallive, built in manner much like to a tower; it is dignified with a Bishop's See,' [n3] and is much frequented with merchants; by reason whereof, and of the benefit of the road and haven, it is gainful to the inhabitants, through traffick and exchange of rich commodities, both by sea and land." [o3] About the same time, Heylin, the historian, describes Galway as the third city of the kingdom for extent and beauty; and relates and anecdote, worthy of his own words, "Galloway, a noted Emporie, and lately of so great fame with foreign merchants, that an outlandish merchant, meeting with an Irishman, demanded in what part of Galloway Ireland stood; as if Galloway had been the name of the Island, and Ireland only the name of some town." But the most particular and interesting account, at this period, is that contained in the description of Connaught, by Sir Oliver St. John, in 1614, before alluded to: he states, "the Province of Connaught hath only two corporations, the antient monuments, of the English conquerors, and inhabited only by English families and surnames; the one is Galway, a walled towne and port of the sea, latelie made a Countie, and governed by a Maior and two Sheriffs. The towne is small, but all is faire and statelie buildings, the fronts of the houses (towards the streets) are all of hewed stone, uppe to the top, tarnished with faire battlement, in an uniform course, as if the whole towne had been built uppon one modle. It is built uppon a rock, invironed almost with the sea, and the river; compassed with a strong walle, and good defences after the ancient manner, such as with a reasonable garrison, may defende itselfe against an enemie." [p3]

Such are the accounts given of Galway, upwards of 200 years ago, by visitors and strangers, who were eye witnesses of the state of the town, and described it as it appeared to them at the time; but the enthusiasm of the old inhabitants, when mentioning their native place, their ancient pride and boast, and the source and centre of all their wealth, happiness and connexions, was almost boundless; one of these, after giving a short description of the town, bursts forth into the following exclamation: -- and, as Jerusalem seemed to the Prophet Jeremiah, the princess among provinces, the beauty of Israel; so, thou, O Galway, dost to me appear, of most perfect beauty; [q3] nor will the reader be surprised at this, when he hears the following description of the town, given even at a subsequent period, by Henry Cromwell and the Privy Council of Ireland: "we may be bold to say, that for the situation thereof, voisinage and commerce it hath, with Spaine, the Strayts, West Indies and other places; noe towne or port in the three nations (London excepted) was more considerable, nor, in all probability would more encourage trade abroad, or manufactures at home, than this, if well improved." [r3] The increase, improvement and continual additions of strength to the town, by the erection of several strong bulwarks and fortifications, for nearly half the seventeenth century, and, particularly, during the civil wars of 1641, will be found described in their proper places. The reader is here presented with a complete and curious delineation of the place, as it appeared in its most perfect condition, after these improvements were made, formed under the following peculiar and interesting circumstances, and which will, for ever, remain an indelible memorial of the former fiourishing state of this once considerable town.

In the year 1651 the Marquis of Clanricarde, then Lord Deputy of the kingdom, entered into a treaty with the Duke of Lorrain, to obtain twenty thousands pounds for the King's service in Ireland; for this sum, he agreed to give the City of Limerick and town of Galway as security; and directed his Commissioners, Lord Viscount Taaffe, Sir Nicholas Plunket and Geoffry Browne, Esquire, "particularly to describe unto the Duke, the value of the security, the strength and situation of the places and the goodness and conveniency of the harbours, &c." [s3] for this purpose, a map of the town was made, which, after the restoration, (when the antient inhabitants were restored, by the Crown, to their freedoms and estates,) was finished blazoned and described by the Rev. Henry Joyce, then warden; and afterwards elegantly engraved, at the expense of the Corporation, and dedicated to King Charles II.

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Martin French
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BIRTH: Galway, Ireland
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[404] Wealthy Norman descended family, Patrick French was the 1st Mayor ofGalway.
1424 Two families of the name settled at different periods in Galway, thefirst, with Walter French, in the reign of Hen. Vl. about the year 1425,and the other, with Henry Begg Ffrench, in the reign of Elizabeth; sincewhich time, they have ranked amongst the most considerable in theProvince. The family of Castle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County ofGalway, was r~ised to the dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798. TheRight Honorable Charles Baron Ffrench, of Castle Ffrench is the presentLord. The other branches of this respectable name, are those ofBallinahalla, now of Beagh, Carrorea, Elmhill, Ffrenchgrove, Monivea,Portcarn, Rahasane and Tyrone in the County of Galway, ~allykeneave andCulliane in the Gunty of Mayo, and Foxborough, Frenchpark, Port,Rocksavage and Snipehill, in the Gunty of Roscommon 36a Arms. Ermine, achevron, sable. Crest. A Dolphin, embowed, upon rocks, proper.37 Motto.One heart, one mind.http://www.wombat.ie/galwayguide/archive.cgi/history/hardima...
THE HISTORY OF GALWAY, PART I
THE ANCIENT STATE OF THE TOWN, AND ITS CIVIL AND MILITARY HISTORY, TO THEPRESENT TIME.
CHAPTER I.
"The new colonies, here alluded to, consisted of several families, whosedescendants, are known to this day, under the general appellation of the"tribes of Galway," an expression, first invented by Cromwell's forces,as a term of reproach against the natives of the town, for their singularfriendship and attachment to each other during the time of theirunparalleled troubles and persecutions, but which, the latter afterwardsadopted, as an honorable mark of distinction between themselves and thosecruel oppressors. These families were thirteen,[[21]] in number, viz.Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, D'Arcy, Ffont, Ffrench, Joyes, Kirwan,Lynch, Martin, Morris and Skerrett. They did not settle in the town atone time, or on the same occasion, as is generally supposed; but camehither, at different periods, and under various circumstances, as mayappear from the following concise account of each of the familiescomposing this peculiar community, which has been compiled from the mostauthentic documents. "
"Ffrench
This family is descended from Sir Maximilian Ffrench, the first of thename, whose descendants accompanied their kinsman, William the Conqueror,into England.[[35]] Their original place of settlement in Ireland,together with many other English and Anglo-Norman adventurers, was theCounty of Wexford;[[36]] from whence, in process of time, they graduallyspread throughout the other parts of the Kingdom. Two families of thename settled at different periods in Galway, the first, with WalterFrench, in the reign of Hen. Vl. about the year 1425, and the other, withHenry Begg Ffrench, in the reign of Elizabeth; since which time, theyhave ranked amongst the most considerable in the Province. The family ofCastle Ffrench, near Ahascragh, in the County of Galway, was raised tothe dignity of the Peerage, in the year 1798. The Right Honorable CharlesBaron Ffrench, of Castle Ffrench is the present Lord. The other branchesof this respectable name, are those of Ballinahalla, now of Beagh,Carrorea, Elmhill, Ffrenchgrove, Monivea, Portcarn, Rahasane and Tyronein the County of Galway, Ballykeneave and Culliane in the County of Mayo,and Foxborough, Frenchpark, Port, Rocksavage and Snipehill, in the Guntyof Roscommon [[36a]] Arms. Ermine, a chevron, sable. Crest. A Dolphin,embowed, upon rocks, proper.[[37]] Motto. One heart, one mind. "
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A Little Bit of Ireland

Registry of Deeds, Dublin Abstracts of Wills, Volume I, 1708 to 1745. 1956.
Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, Co., Inc., 1996.

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22 FRENCH, PATRICK, Duras, Co. Galway.
In two parts dated 15 and 18 May 1708. Died 5 June 1708.
Narrate, 8 pp., 27 Jan. 1709.


His wife. Son and heir Robuck French (unmarried). Second son Hyacinth French
and Surna Blake his wife. Third and youngest son Patrick French--a legacy to
him if "he study the Law of England." Sister-in-law Margaret Lynch als.
French als. Blake. Grandson Patrick French Fitz Hyacinth, son of testator's
son Hyacinth. Sister Ellinor Blake. "Brother" Oliver Martin. Exors. "Brother
Turlogh O'Bryan," Andrew Blake, cousin Stephen Lynch FitzNicholas and
Dominick Blake FitzPeter.

Charles and John Morgan, debtors. George Gerry, tenant. Patrick Lynch and
his wife Margaret, annuitants. John Ormsby, Dublin, Esq. Robert Shaw,
Newford, Co. Galway. Nicholas Donellan.

Cloghballymore, Mongane, Gortroe, Killinyvarra, Knockballyclery, Lissinduff,
Sessireagh, Duras, Corboy, Kinturlagh, Knockellan, Mullaghardee, Tannaugh,
Muniseribagh, Crosnoly, Kinvarra, Lessingerby, Loghcorra, Clonissee, Moish,
Trelick, Tunshinbegg, Gortinglogh, Cappaghmore, Cappaghbegg, Gortgowne,
Carrowkillin, Cahircunna, Drummun, Pollevalla and Ballygillgea, B.
Kiltarton, Co. Galway. Keinsellagh, Cloghbally, Moih, Gortroe,
Knockballyclory, Killmearra, Ballyglara and Drinharsna, B. Dunkellin, Co.
Galway. Houses etc. in High Street, Kirwan's Lane, Broughmaker's Lane, town
of Galway.

Witnesses: Turlogh Hyne, Michael Hyne, William McDanaugh, Redmond Burke.

Memorial witnessed by: Wm. McDonogh, Lastaragg, Co. Galway, gent., aged
about 43, S. Lynch, Cloghballymore, Co. Galway, gent.


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23 FRENCH, PATRICK. Additional Will. Dated 18 May 1708.
Narrate, 1 p., 4 Feb. 1709.
[Repeats last portion of memorial No. 914 above].

John Ormbsy of Dublin, Robert Shaw, Newfoord, Co. Galway, Esq.

Ballygilgea, B. Killtartan, Co. Galway.

Witnesses: Torlagh Heyne, Killoveragh, Co. Galway, clerk, Michael Heyne of
same, gent, William McDonnagh, Duras, said Co., gent. "the last two have
been servants to the said Patrick French."

Memorial witnessed by: Stephen Lynch, Esq., aged about 40 years, Michael
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Maddock Family Tree
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1 Martin FRENCH
2 James FRENCH b: 1650 d: 4 MAR 1733/34
+ Elizabeth MEEKIN d: AFT 1733
3 Francis FRENCH b: BET. 1640 - 1675 d: AFT 1685
3 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1670 d: 21 AUG 1724
+ Robert THOMPSON
4 James THOMPSON b: ABT 1693 d: 1755
+ Elizabeth FRENCH
+ Margaret RAILEY
+ Sarah Elizabeth HERBERT
4 George THOMPSON b: 1690 d: JAN 1749/50
+ Grace PARSONS
+ Anne CLARK
+ Rebecca MEDLEY
+ Grace HAYDEN
4 Elizabeth THOMPSON b: ABT 1691 d: ABT 1761
+ Henry NICKELS
+ William ROACH
+ Robert SALMOND
+ Thomas BOWLES
+ Thomas CISSELL
4 Adam CISSELL b: 1701
+ BETTY
+ Charles DAFT
4 Matthew DAFT b: ABT 1703 d: BEF 25 JUN 1750
+ Elizabeth BLUMFIELD
+ ELINOR
+ Anne HOWARD
4 Mary DAFT b: ABT 1705 d: AFT 1750
3 Martin FRENCH b: 1682 d: 4 APR 1716
+ MARY d: AFT 1716
4 Ignatius FRENCH b: ABT 1705 d: 14 APR 1810
+ SUSANNA b: 1749 d: BEF 1810
5 Raphael Thomas FRENCH b: ABT 1760 d: ABT 1850
+ MARY d: BET. 1810 - 1820
6 Susanna FRENCH b: 1778 d: 14 OCT 1859
+ James FRENCH
+ Charles BRYAN
6 Stephen T. FRENCH b: 1784 d: 2 FEB 1868
+ Mary A. McDulin BREWER b: 1786 d: BEF 1880
6 Elisha M. FRENCH b: 1786 d: 11 OCT 1868
+ Jane NORRIS b: 1790 d: 1821
+ Mary E. PAYNE
6 Eleanor FRENCH b: 11 SEP 1788 d: 7 JAN 1884
+ William BREWER
+ William COLE
6 Martin FRENCH b: 1792 d: ABT 1839
+ Elizabeth WISE
6 George FRENCH b: 1803 d: 4 APR 1844
+ Elizabeth LEE b: 1798 d: 17 SEP 1823
+ Margaret S. GEOGHEGAN b: 1803 d: 19 FEB 1862
6 Catherine FRENCH b: 1785 d: 17 OCT 1855
+ John JOHNSON b: 24 FEB 1785 d: 26 JAN 1853
5 James FRENCH b: 1750 d: 9 APR 1815
+ Susanna MELTON b: 1755 d: 1826
6 Elizabeth FRENCH
6 Monica FRENCH b: 1774
+ John LAYTON , Jr. b: 1777
6 Thomas FRENCH b: 26 MAY 1776 d: BEF 1860
+ Anna BOLDS b: 1775 d: 7 JUN 1855
6 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1780 d: 1842
6 Ignatius FRENCH b: 1780
6 Charles Alexander FRENCH b: 1794 d: 13 OCT 1841
+ Elizabeth FRENCH b: 12 NOV 1792 d: 10 OCT 1843
6 Emily Jane FRENCH b: BET. 1796 - 1800
+ John Miles DUVALL b: 1798 d: 29 MAR 1845
+ William TUCKER
6 Sarah Ann FRENCH b: 1799 d: 11 MAR 1865
+ Ezekiel MANNING b: 1796 d: 17 SEP 1823
+ Thomas RINEY III b: 11 FEB 1784 d: 19 FEB 1859
6 Elanore FRENCH b: 19 SEP 1802 d: 21 APR 1822
+ John Baptist LAYTON
6 Lewis FRENCH b: 2 JAN 1803 d: 4 SEP 1857
+ Marie MANNING b: 1793 d: 21 FEB 1855
+ Lucinda YATES b: 1827
6 Hilary FRENCH b: 1806 d: 29 SEP 1823
6 Benedict FRENCH b: 1807 d: 3 OCT 1822
6 Mary Ann FRENCH b: 1809
+ Bernard BROWN b: 1809
+ John BRIGHT
5 Ann FRENCH b: ABT 1760
+ Martin YATES b: 1735 d: 1803
5 Martin FRENCH b: ABT 1755
+ SARAH
5 Stephen FRENCH b: ABT 1762
5 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1765 d: BEF 1804
+ Samuel GREENWELL
5 Ignatius FRENCH b: ABT 1767 d: BEF 1804
5 Eleanor FRENCH
4 Mary FRENCH b: ABT 1700 d: BEF 1720
+ John LEAKE d: BEF. 14 JAN 1730/31
5 William LEAKE
+ Anne REDMAN
6 John LEAKE d: AFT 9 DEC 1769
5 Mary LEAKE d: BEF 1752
+ Richard BREWER
6 Susanna BREWER
6 Mark BREWER
6 Richard BREWER
6 William BREWER
6 Mary BREWER
6 Mary Ann BREWER
6 Thomas BREWER
6 John Baptist BREWER
6 Margaret BREWER
5 Richard LEAKE
4 John FRENCH b: ABT 1702
5 John FRENCH , Jr. b: ABT 1725
+ MONICA
+ JOANNE
5 Joseph F. FRENCH b: 27 SEP 1761 d: 17 JUL 1846
+ Elizabeth MEYERS
+ Mary Ann NORRIS b: 18 APR 1768 d: 2 MAR 1846
6 Elizabeth FRENCH b: 12 NOV 1792 d: 10 OCT 1843
+ Charles Alexander FRENCH b: 1794 d: 13 OCT 1841
5 Mary FRENCH b: 1728
+ Thomas YATES b: 1703 d: 1770
6 Ignatius YATES
6 Mary YATES
6 Robert YATES
6 Thomas YATES
6 Ann YATES b: BET. 1743 - 1755
+ Michael DRURY
6 John YATES b: BET. 1765 - 1774 d: 13 MAY 1816
+ Henrietta CAMBRON b: 1783 d: 23 APR 1852
+ Joseph MANNING b: 1769
5 Ignatius FRENCH b: 14 OCT 1773
+ Mary PEAKE
5 William FRENCH b: ABT 1765
+ Annie GIBSON
+ Mary BOONE
6 Raymond FRENCH b: 1814
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St. Mary's County Land Ownership: 1637-1799


Comments and Sources
All of the early land records of St. Mary's County were lost when the courthouse burned in 1832. This project attempts to recreate as much of this information as possible.

The use of land records, especially when marriage records are missing, is a valuable tool for researchers. The majority of the time, land went from family member to family member. In addition, by being able to place the property in its proper location will indicate who lived nearby. Remember that transportation in the early days was limited and people generally married someone in the neighborhood. It is unusual to find, for instance, someone from Resurrection Hundred marrying someone from St. MichaelÂ’s Hundred.

Every effort has been made to place the tracts in the proper Hundred, but weÂ’re sure that some mistakes have occurred. In some cases, there was little or no information on the location of some of the tracts in the extant written records and in some cases, the original sources (listed below) contained errors as well.

The names of landowners and tracts have been standardized to the extent possible. In some cases, properties had several different names in which case they were assigned an "alias name". The "alias names" were grouped together and listed under the predominant name of the property. Then, of course, we have the issue of different properties being given the same name. For instance, there were three different parcels located in three different Hundreds, called "Rich Neck."

Additional information and corrections will, as always, be appreciated.



Sources:

Archives of Maryland Online, http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/special/sc290... as noted

Archives of Maryland Online, Provincial Court Proceedings, 1665-66

Baldwin, Jane. The Maryland Calendar of Wills, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1997
Chronicles of St. Mary's, St. Mary's County Historical Society, Leonardtown, MD; volume and page as noted

"St. Mary's County Rent Roll, 1707", Chronicles of St. Mary's, St. Mary's County Historical Society, Leonardtown, MD, Vol. 25, No. 11
Coldham, Peter Wilson. Settlers of Maryland 1731-1750, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1996
Coldham, Peter Wilson. Settlers of Maryland 1751-1765, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1996
Coldham, Peter Wilson. Settlers of Maryland 1766-1783, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1996
Fenwick, Charles E, Sr.. "A List of Alienations and Transfers in St. Mary's County from the Sixth day of June, 1786 to the Seventh day of March, 1829", Chronicles of St. Mary's , 1970-1984 (included in each issue)
Jennings, Tom, Baltimore, Maryland, via e-mail
Himmelheber, Peter, "The Soil Stiff and Poor, St. Mary's County's Proprietary Manors ", Leonardtown, MD, August 1999
Himmelheber, Peter, "Papist Lands in St. Mary's County Anno 1760", Chronicles of St. Mary's Vol. 49, No.1
Himmelheber, Peter, "St. Johns to St. Josephs 1653-2001", Leonardtown, MD, July 2001
Himmelheber, Peter, "Communion of Saints: Original Land Grants on the Northeast Side of Bretons Bay", Leonardtown, MD, April, 2002
Reno, Linda Davis. Debt Books of St. Mary's County, Maryland 1753-1758, St. Mary's County Historical Society, Leonardtown, MD 1995
Reno, Linda Davis. St. Mary's County Patent Records 1635-1946. Transcribed and Indexed for the St. Mary's County Historical Society, 1995
Reno, Linda Davis and Joann Ellis Humphries. St. Mary's County, Maryland, Wills 1776-1791 JJ#1 and HH#1
Reno, Linda Davis and Joann Ellis Humphries. St. Mary's County, Maryland, Wills 1791-1802 JJ#2
St. Mary's County , Maryland Rent Rolls, 1639-1771, TLC Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1993










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St. Mary's County Land Ownership: 1637-1800
This is a work in progress.Comments, corrections, additions, email
A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N O P Q-R S T U-V W Y-Z



Year Name Tract Name Acres Source Hundred
1685 Falkner, John Charmans Purchase 200 Patent Record NS 2, p. 35

1737 Fann, Clement Boston 50 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1786 Fare, John St. Elizabeth Manor 32 Alienations and Transfers St. Inigoes
1722 Farr, Edmond Boston 50 Patent Record CE 1, p. 333 St. Clements
1707 Farr, Edward Weston Addition 200 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1747 Farrer, James St. Inigoes Manor
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1734 Farthing, Francis Frankland 183 Unpatented Certificate 168

1734 Farthing, James Beaverdam Addition 23 Unpatented Certificate 66 St. Mary's
1738 Farthing, James Elizabeth (Tarltons Elizabeth) 23 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1740 Farthing, James plantation, 1/2 from Robert Hager
Will, Farthing, James,St. Mary's Co.,26th Jan., 1739-40; 27th Mar., 1740

1740 Farthing, James plantation, 1/2 from Robert Hager
Will, Farthing, James,St. Mary's Co.,26th Jan., 1739-40; 27th Mar., 1740

1741 Farthing, James Farthings Chance 80 Unpatented Certificate 153 New Town
1788 Farthing, Moses Fox Den
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Farthing, Moses Pleasant Springs 169 Alienations and Transfers

1720 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1735 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Rent Rolls New Town
1735 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 366 Patent Record EI 4, p. 424 New Town
1736 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 60 Rent Rolls New Town
1736 Farthing, Richard Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 183 Rent Rolls New Town
1737 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1744 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1745 Farthing, Richard Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Farthing, Richard Pountneys Marsh 100 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1707 Farthing, William Jr Hounslow 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Farthing, William Maria Hounslow 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1711 Farthing, William Maria Baileys Rest 350 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1713 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 236 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Farthing, William Maria Baileys Rest 350 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1713 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 236 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Farthing, William Maria Strife 200 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Ashcoms Freehold 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Strife 200 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Strife 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria Calverton Manor 550 Georgetown University, Special Collections, Box: 5 Fold: 14 MD PROV COLL: Patent for Wheatley's Addition, 1715
St. Mary's
1714 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Patent Record RY 1, p. 386 St. Mary's
1715 Farthing, William Maria Williams Endeavor 50 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1715 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1715 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria St. Ignatius 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 350 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Bachelors Comfort 190 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Discovery 180 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence Freehold 1000 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Bachelors Comfort 190 Rent Rolls New Town
1716 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Unpatented Certificate 154

1717 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Adventure 180 Patent Record PL 4, p. 165 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Patent Record PL 4, p. 166 St. Clements
1717 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Patent Record PL 4, p. 164 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Patent Record FF 7, p. 146 St. Clements
1717 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Patent Record FF 7, p. 169 New Town
1717 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Adventure 180 Patent Record FF 7, p. 171 New Town
1718 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Discovery 180 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria St. Lawrence 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 1125 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Fortune, Addition 250 Patent Record FF 7, p. 270 New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 1525 Patent Record PL 4, p. 19 New Town
1719 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Patent Record PL 4, p. 46

1719 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Patent Record FF 7, p. 271

1720 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria Truth and Trust 773 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1720 Farthing, William Maria St. Ignatius 100 Patent Records New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 100 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1721 Farthing, William Maria Back Land, resurveyed into Trent Neck 185 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1721 Farthing, William Maria Trent Neck 185 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1721 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 100 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1721 Farthing, William Maria Fortune, Addition 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1721, Nov 14 Farthing, William Maria Edenburgh 100 Rent Rolls
New Town
1721Mar 8 Farthing, William Maria Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield) 100 Rent Rolls
St. Mary's
1722 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard 343 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1722 Farthing, William Maria Susquehanna Point
Rent Rolls Harvey
1722 Farthing. William Maria Fortune, Addition 300 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, William Maria Farthings Fortune 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1722 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1723 Farthing, William Maria Susquehanna Point
Rent Rolls Harvey
1723 Farthing, William Maria Edloes Addition 37 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1723 Farthing, William Maria Wolf Holes 262 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1723 Farthing, William Maria Frightful 180 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Friends Good Will 612 Rent Rolls New Town
1723 Farthing, William Maria James Addition 158 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Cleever 155 Rent Rolls

1723 Farthing, William Maria Square 62 Unpatented Certificate 430

1723 Farthing, William Maria Weems 623 Unpatented Certificate 484 St. Clements
1723 Farthing, William Maria Contrivance 74 Unpatented Certificate 121

1723 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Will, Carpenter, John, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Feb., 1723-4; 17th Mar., 1723 St. Clements
1724 Farthing, William Maria Frichley 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1724 Farthing, William Maria Favor 232 Unpatented Certificate 155 New Town
1725 Farthing, William Maria Favor, in Radnor 232 Rent Rolls New Town
1725 Farthing, William Maria Chance Conclusion 97 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria Vineyard
Will, Palmer, Katherine, widow,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1722; 1st Nov., 1726 St. Mary's
1726 Farthing, William Maria Marshs Hope 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 350 Rent Rolls New Town
1726 Farthing, William Maria James Addition 158 Patent Records

1727 Farthing, William Maria Marshs Hope 200 Rent Rolls New Town
1728 Farthing, William Maria Forrest of Harvey, (Fox Grape Barren) 350 Will, Jenifer, Michael,St. Mary's Co.,10th July, 1726; 2nd Sept., 1728 Harvey
1728 Farthing, William Maria Turvey 202 Will, Jenifer, Michael,St. Mary's Co.,10th July, 1726; 2nd Sept., 1728 New Town
1729 Farthing, William Maria 3 tracts
Will, Lowe, Nicholas, gent.,St. Mary's Co., 22nd May, 1729

1730 Farthing, William Maria Frightful 180 Patent Records

1733 bef. Farthing, William Maria land 109 Will, Greenfield, Thomas Truman,St. Mary's Co.,3rd Feb., 1730; 11th Mch., 1733-4

1734 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 60 Rent Rolls New Town
1734 Farthing, William Maria Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Rent Rolls New Town
1715 Farthing, William Maria and James Wheatley Rocky Point 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1718 Farthing, William Maria and James Wheatley Rocky Point 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1720 Farthing, William Maria and wife Hayden Fair (Frichley) 300 Rent Rolls St. Clements
??? Farthing, William Maria (from John Jarboe) St. Bernards 100 Himmelheber, Peter New Town
1707 Farthing, William Maria Sr Hounslow 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Farthing, William Maria Sr Hounslow 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1683 Fearson, John land in SMC 100 Will, Fearson, John,Chas. Co.,22d July, 1683;
9th Oct., 1683

1663 Fendall, Josias Fair Fountain 1000 Patent Record 5, p. 322

1797 Fenwick, Ann Corbett (No Name)
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1797 Fenwick, Ann Hebdens Hole 300 Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1799 Fenwick, Ann St. Peters Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1799 Fenwick, Ann St. Marys Hill Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1793 Fenwick, Anne Sr. Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 133 Himmelheber, Peter St. Michaels
1796 Fenwick, Anne Sr. Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 133 Himmelheber, Peter St. Michaels
1753 Fenwick, Benjamin Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Benjamin Fenwick Manor 200 Papist Lands Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Charles Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 Fenwick, Charles Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1787 Fenwick, Cornelius and Robert Green Meadows 212 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1651 Fenwick, Curthbert Fenwick Manor 2000 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1633 Fenwick, Cuthbert Merrills Point 120 Patent Record 1, p. 116

1640 Fenwick, Cuthbert Chapel Freehold 400 Patent Record 1, p. 117 St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert Chapel Freehold 25 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert Cuthbert Fenwick's Land 400 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Neck 120 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Marys Hill Freehold 255 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor 3000 Rent rolls St. Inigoes
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island 1000 Patent Record 1, p. 117 St. Inigoes
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert. St. Inigoes Neck 120 1707 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1641 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor 3400 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No. 11 St. Inigoes
1651 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 2000 Patent Records Resurrection
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Cuthbert's Neck , land at Deep Branch
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert land, remainder
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor plantation +100 Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert Little Fenwick
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654 Resurrection
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor plantation +100 Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island 1000 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Inigoes Manor
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1663 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. Georges Island
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 13, No 11 St. Inigoes
1665 Fenwick, Cuthbert Prevention 200 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1667 Fenwick, Cuthbert Prevention 200 Patent Record 10, p. 439 Resurrection
1729 Fenwick, Cuthbert St. CuthbertÂ’s Manor
Will, Fenwick, Cuthburt,St. Mary's Co.,; 23rd March, 1729

1753 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 147 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1754 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1756 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwicks Prevention 58 Patent Record BC and GS 7, p. 163 Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Crackbourns Purchase
Will, Eleanor Cooper LIBER: JJ #3 FOLIO: 297 PROBATE: 11/9/1812 Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwick Manor 175 Papist Lands Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Cuthbert Fenwicks Prevention 58 Papist Lands Resurrection
1720 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ignatius Fenwick Manor 2000 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1651 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ralph Crouch St. Inigoes Manor 3000 Patent Records St. Inigoes
1736 Fenwick, Cuthbert and Ralph Crouch Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 238 Unpatented Certificate 442 New Town
1654 Fenwick, Cuthbert , Ignatius , Robert , Richard Fenwick, John . land, remainder
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1776 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1787 Fenwick, Edward Innis Choice 3 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Fenwick, Edward Grove 50 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward St. Peters Hill
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward Massom
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward Clockers Marsh
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Edward Nethersons Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Edward Piercys Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Edward land in St. Georges Hundred
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Georges
1799 Fenwick, Edward St. Marys Hill Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1799 Fenwick, Edward St. Peters Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward (son) St. Peters Hill
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 New Town
1789 Fenwick, Edward (son) St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1787 Fenwick, Elizabeth (wife) Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1736 Fenwick, Enoch Squable Ridge 262 Unpatented Certificate 429

1751 Fenwick, Enoch Last Shift 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1751 Fenwick, Enoch Last Shift 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 150 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1755 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Rithing 24 Unpatented Certificate 380 St. Mary's
1760 Fenwick, Enoch St. Peters Hill 150 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Cole Brooke Levell 35 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Spinks Rest 65 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Enoch Fenwick Manor 175 Papist Lands Resurrection
1781 Fenwick, Enoch Brewers Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot #14)
Confiscated British Property New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch Squable Ridge 396 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 108 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch St. Peters Hill 108 Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Enoch Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Sebastian
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1787 Fenwick, Enoch Herberts Enclosure
Will, Fenwick, Enoch, SMC; 2/2/1787; 4/17/1787

1790 Fenwick, Enoch Terra Collium (Fertilitatis) (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 34) 401 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Enoch Gillions Grove (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 35) 133 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, Enoch Gillions Grove (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 35) 133 Himmelheber, Peter New Town
1798 Fenwick, Enoch Roberts Chance 70 Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Greenwells Marsh 49 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1798 Fenwick, Enoch Bobs Discovery 57 Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Andrews Woods
Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Enoch Greenwells Marsh 46 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr St. Peters Hill 150 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr Cole Brooke Levell 35 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Enoch Jr Spinks Rest 65 SMC Debt Books New Town
1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor (Lot # 11) 178 Patent Record IC C, p. 195 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor
Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor 148 Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor 1 Alienations and Transfers

1787 Fenwick, Francis Beaverdam Manor
Alienations and Transfers

1798 Fenwick, Francis Sebastian
Alienations and Transfers

1790 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 438 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1791 Fenwick, George
99 Alienations and Transfers

1795 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 438 Patent Record IC L, p. 15 New Town
1797 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 108 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1797 Fenwick, George Swamp Island (Beaverdam Manor, Lot # 28) 53 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, George, (son) land in St. Georges Hundred
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Georges
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Massom
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Clockers Marsh
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789 St. Mary's
1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Nethersons Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1789 Fenwick, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth Piercys Chance
Will, Fenwick, Edward,St. Mary's Co, 12/24/1785; 4/7/1789

1790 Fenwick Heirs Warnell (Warnett, Walnut, Worrell) 100 Alienations and Transfers St. Michaels
1776 Fenwick, Henry Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Henry Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Henry Small Hope
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole 350 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 6, NO. 2, p 160 St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole 70 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 6, NO. 2, p 160 St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebden Hole 350 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1753 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebden Hole 70 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Marys Hill Freehold
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Hebdens Hole
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield)
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Millmans Adventure
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776

1776 Fenwick, Ignatius Small Hope
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Clements
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Peters Hill
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 New Town
1776 Fenwick, Ignatius St. Peters Hill
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 New Town
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Grubstreet
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784

1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Grooms Thicket
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1784 Fenwick, Ignatius Inclosure (within Delabrooke Manor) 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1784 Fenwick, Ignatius Bunkers Hill 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1786 Fenwick, Ignatius Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 213 Unpatented Certificate 388 New Town
1786 Fenwick, Ignatius Hanover Addition (St. Francis)
213 Unpatented Certificate 388 New Town
1787 Fenwick, Ignatius Beaverdam Manor 1 Alienations and Transfers

1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Unpatented Certificate 321 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Unpatented Certificate 342 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Plains (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 8) 97 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1780 bef Fenwick, Ignatius Edelin Strife
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Mary's
1762 Fenwick, Ignatius (g-son) Delabrooke Manor
Will of Edward Cole, SMC 3/26/1761-12/21/1762. Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Ignatius of Enoch land 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1781 Fenwick, Ignatius of Enoch Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 78 + 67+ 36 Confiscated British Property New Town
1790 Fenwick, Ignatius Sr Neversons Lot (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 47) 31 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1776 Fenwick, James Hebdens Hole
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1780 Fenwick, James Grubstreet
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784

1797 Fenwick, James Small Hopes Addition
Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1797 Fenwick, James Millmans Addition
Alienations and Transfers

1797 Fenwick, James Corbett (No Name)
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1797 Fenwick, James Hebdens Hole 300 Alienations and Transfers St. Georges
1788 Fenwick, James and Henrietta Bachelors Rest 100 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1654 Fenwick, Jane St. Cuthbert's Neck , land at Deep Branch
Will, Fenwick, Cuthbert,St. Mary's Co.6th Mch., 1654

1659 Fenwick, Jane Little Fenwick 100 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1659 Fenwick, Jane Little Fenwick 100 Patent Record 4, p. 116

1720 Fenwick, John Fenwick Manor 2000 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1753 Fenwick, John Croft 100 SMC Debt Books St. Michaels
1754 Fenwick, John Croft 100 SMC Debt Books St. Michaels
1754 Fenwick, John Revells Backside 172 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, John Revells 151 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, John Chancellors Point 112 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1760 Fenwick, John Croft 100 Papist Lands St. Michaels
1780 bef Fenwick, John Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1781 Fenwick, John Revell
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, John Revells Backside 322 Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 bef Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 bef Fenwick, John Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1786 Fenwick, John Fenwicks Gain Addition 55 Patent Records

1789 bef Fenwick, John Fenwicks Chance 19 Patent Records

1789 bef Fenwick, John Fenwicks Discovery 6 Patent Records New Town
1790 Fenwick, John Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1776 Fenwick, Joseph Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1776 Fenwick, Joseph Piney Point
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Georges
1787 Fenwick, Joseph Hanover 19 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Fenwick, Joseph St. Anns Freehold
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1788 Fenwick, Joseph Hanover 160 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Joseph Revells
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Fenwick, Joseph Revells Backside 324 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Revell
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Revells Backside 322 Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1781 Fenwick, Joseph (son) Marks Delight
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 11/19/1777; 10/2/1781 New Town
1791 Fenwick, Joseph & wife Hanover 25 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1755 Fenwick, Mary Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1760 Fenwick, Mary Fenwick Manor 200 Papist Lands Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Michael Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Nicholas Delabrooke Manor
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1780 Fenwick, Nicholas Inclosure
Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1753 Fenwick, Philip Fenwick Manor 200 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1707 Fenwick, Richard Little Fenwick 100 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1750 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Fenwick, Richard Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1754 Fenwick, Richard Fenwicks Gain 55 Patent Record Y and S 6, p. 449

1754 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 97 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 97 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Fenwick, Richard Maynards Comfort 100 Papist Lands St. Clements
1760 Fenwick, Richard Gavels Purchase 40 Papist Lands

1760 Fenwick, Richard Fenwicks Gain 55 Papist Lands

1760 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 47 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Fenwick, Richard Chance Conclusion 26 Papist Lands New Town
1776 Fenwick, Richard Draper's Neck (Bolton's Freehold, Edenbrough, Crockenfield)
Will, Hebb, Kennedy; St. Mary's Co, 1/24/1776; 10/8/1776 St. Mary's
1755 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1755 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Maynards Comfort 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Charles West Discovery 40 SMC Debt Books

1756 Fenwick, Richard Jr. Fenwicks Gain 55 Papist Lands

1790 Fenwick, Richard (son) Timber Neck
Will, Fenwick, John, SMC; 10/28/1780; 6/1/1790

1753 Fenwick, Robert St. Josephs Manor 126 SMC Debt Books Harvey
1760 Fenwick, Robert St. Josephs Manor 126 Papist Lands Harvey
1787 Fenwick, Robert Locust Plain 266 Alienations and Transfers

1784 Fenwick, Thomas Inclosure (within Delabrooke Manor) 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 Resurrection
1784 Fenwick, Thomas (son) Bunkers Hill 75 Will, Fenwick, Ignatius, SMC; 3/16/1784; 4/6/1784 St. Georges
1790 Fenwick, William Fenwicks Lot (Mill Manor Lot # 3) 108 Patent Records St. Mary's
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Unpatented Certificate 476 New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Friendship (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 31) 69 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Fenwick, William Wales (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 32) 114 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 bef Fenwick, William Cullisons Choice (Mill Manor Lot # 15) 42 Patent Records St. Mary's
1781 Fenwick, William and Jane Beaverdam Manor Lot # 52 263 Confiscated British Property New Town
1789 Fenwick, William & wife Green Hill 135 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1753 Ferguson, Alexander Small Hope 9 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ferguson, Alexander Small Hope Addition 42 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Ferguson, Alexander Blake Creek (No Name, Bushells Rest, Black Creek) 99 SMC Debt Books Poplar Hill
1758 Ferguson, william Copt Hall 100 SMC Debt Books Chaptico
1706 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 140 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 233 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Field, Edward Knotting 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Patent Record PL 2, p. 256 New Town
1707 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Patent Record DD 5, p. 456 New Town
1711 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 60 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1724 Field, Edward Knotting 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1724 Field, Edward Bachelors Rest 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1740 Field, Edward Youngmans Venture 130 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Field, Edward Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Field, Edward Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 60 SMC Debt Books New Town
1724 Field, Edward (son) Bachelors Rest 40 Will, Field, Edward,St. Mary's Co.,6th Oct., 1724; 4th Nov., 1724 St. Clements
1711 Field, Edward & wife Bachelors Rest 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1753 Field, William Bachelors Rest 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1754 Field, William Bachelors Rest 50 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1760 Field, William Bachelors Rest 50 Papist Lands St. Clements
1763 Fielder, Henry Fielders Fancy 40 Unpatented Certificate 159

1737 Fielder, John Indigo Thickett 30 Unpatented Certificate 244

1737 Fielder, John Fielders Addition 20 Unpatented Certificate 158

1792 Fielder, Nicholas Outlet (Woolsey Manor Lot # 4) 152 Patent Records St. Mary's
1792 Fielder, Nicholas Outlet (Woolsey Manor Lot # 4) 152 Unpatented Certificate 332 St. Mary's
1733 Finacey, Samuel and wife Long Neck (Bachelors Slipe, Butchers Slipe) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1736 Fish, Thomas Well Close 182 Rent Rolls St. Inigoes
1705 Fleete, Henry West St. Marys Manor
Rent Rolls St. Georges
1753 Flower, Charles St. Georges Point (Greens Point) (part of West St. Mary's) 50 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1781 Floyd, Jesse Beaverdam Manor
Md Archives MSA S 1004-47-11816 MdHR 6636-35-41 Location: 1/7/3/48 New Town
1781 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 26) 87 Confiscated British Property New Town
1786 Floyd, Jesse Mill, pt 1 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1787 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels 50 Unpatented Certificate 508 New Town
1790 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 26) 129 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1796 Floyd, Jesse Wolfpit Levels 129 Patent Record IC L, p. 111 New Town
1798 Floyd, Jesse Cuthberts Fortune Addition 200 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1798 Floyd, Jesse Grist Mill
Alienations and Transfers

1757 Forbes, Dryden and James Dryden
SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1750 Forbes, Dryden (Mrs.) Holbridge Town 130 Patent Records Resurrection
1739 Forbes, George Simms Forest 400 Will, Forbes, George,St. Mary's Co.,10th Oct., 1739; 31st Oct., 1739

1739, bef Forbes, George Simms Forest 400 Will, Forbes, George,St. Mary's Co.,10th Oct., 1739; 31st Oct., 1739

1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Purchase
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Indian Creek Addition
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Hard Fortune
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Swamp
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Cannough Neck
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Island
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1789 Forbes, John Crackbourns Marsh 522 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1760 Forbes, Mark Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 40 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Forbes, Mark Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 20 Papist Lands New Town
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Orphans Gift 400 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Holbridge Town 130 SMC Debt Books Resurrection
1753 Forbes, Mrs. Dryden Dryden 483 SMC Debt Books St. Georges
1755 Ford, Arthur Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Athanasius Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1762 Ford, Athanasius Fords Discovery 470 Patent Record BC and GS 18, p. 405

1770 Ford, Athanasius Strand Addition 7 Patent Record BC and GS 39, p. 241 New Town
1772 Ford, Athanasius Ramble 1185 Patent Record BC and GS 42, p. 442

1772 Ford, Athanasius Walnut Level 29 Unpatented Certificate 478

1783 Ford, Athanasius Hanover Addition (St. Francis) 14 Patent Record IC A, p. 153 New Town
1760 Ford, Athansius Strand 95 Papist Lands New Town
1785 Ford, Athenatius Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold)
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 New Town
1799 Ford, Henry Bachelors Comfort 67 Alienations and Transfers New Town
???? Ford, John Birch Hangar
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 Chaptico
???? Ford, John Birch Hangar 116 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 Chaptico
1715 Ford, John Minsterdam 10 Rent Rolls New Town
1743 Ford, John Strand Addition 63 Patent Records New Town
1743 Ford, John Strand Addition 63 Unpatented Certificate 34 New Town
1752 Ford, John Pomfret Field 57 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) Pt. 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Primus 11 Patent Record BC and GS 8, p. 76

1753 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Pomfret Field 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Fords Enclosure 255 Patent Record Y and S 8, p. 601

1754 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1754 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1754 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Pomfret Field 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, John Minsterdam 54 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 31 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Green Hill 29 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Lamptons Pleasure 150 SMC Debt Books

1755 Ford, John Rangel 78 SMC Debt Books

1755 Ford, John St. Peters Hill 50 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold) 39 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, John Fords Inclosure 255 SMC Debt Books

1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding St. Giles
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding May Pole
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, John and Bendeict Spalding Primus 175 Alienations and Transfers

1740 Ford, John and Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1760 Ford, John Courthouse Fords Inclosure 255 Papist Lands

1789 Ford, John G. Mount Pleasant
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1731 Ford, John Jr Marshs Hope, included in America Felix Secundus 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1731 Ford, John Jr Marshs Hope 139 Rent Rolls New Town
1732 Ford, John Jr Green Hill 29 Rent Rolls New Town
1771 Ford, John JR Lamptons Pleasure 153 Patent Record BC and GS 43, p. 19

1765 Ford, John (son) Minsterdam (Farthing) 10 Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1760 Ford, John son of Peter Primus 11 Papist Lands

1753 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Sr Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthings Gift) 10 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Downham 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1756 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Minsterdam (Farthing Gift) 10 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Downham 100 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, John Sr. Long in Dispense 75 Papist Lands New Town
1765 Ford, John Sr Minsterdam (Farthing) 10 Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1765 Ford, John Sr Long in Dispense
Will of John Ford (33.88) ---28th, 1764; 1/22/1765 New Town
1788 Ford, Joseph Downham
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Joseph Goughs Conveniency
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Joseph Mansfield Frish 198 Alienations and Transfers

1797 Ford, Joseph Cowles Purchase, pt 80 Alienations and Transfers

1740 Ford, Margaret (wife) Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1736 Ford, Peter St. Giles 123 Rent Rolls New Town
1740 Ford, Peter May Pole Purchase 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1742 Ford, Peter Strand 91 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1753 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1753 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1754 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 SMC Debt Books St. Clements
1755 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 SMC Debt Books New Town
1755 Ford, Peter Strand 91 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, Peter St. Giles 81 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant 100 Papist Lands St. Clements
1760 Ford, Peter May Pole 96 Papist Lands New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Strand 91 Papist Lands New Town
1789 Ford, Peter Mount Pleasant
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1753 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1754 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 75 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 Ford, Peter Jr. Nunns Oak 175 Papist Lands New Town
1787 Ford, Philip Salmon 50 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Ford, Philip Ferney Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1788 Ford, Philip Ferney Hills
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1789 Ford, Philip Hawleys Manor (inlcudes Hills) 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Cole Brooke Levell 255 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Springs Rest
Alienations and Transfers

1790 Ford, Philip Hard Times
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Philip Hickory Hills
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1790 Ford, Philip Hawleys Manor (inlcudes Hills) 100 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Spinks Rest
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Cole Brooke Levell 255 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Hard Times
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Philip Hickory Hills
Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1791 Ford, Philip St. Thomas
Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1791 Ford, Philip Litlle St. Thomas 200 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1791 Ford, Philip Hogpen Neck
Alienations and Transfers Harvey
1791 Ford, Philip Hard Fortune 100 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1792 Ford, Philip Round About 19 Patent Record IC H, p. 224 New Town
1794 Ford, Philip Small Hope Inclosed 95 Unpatented Certificate 416A

1796 Ford, Philip Dryardorkin 162 Alienations and Transfers

1796 Ford, Philip Small Hope 96 Alienations and Transfers

1796 Ford, Philip Norris Venture
Alienations and Transfers

1797 Ford, Philip Indian Town 237 Alienations and Transfers

1800 Ford, Philip Small Hope Part 36 Patent Records

1667 Ford, Robert Strand 100 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1668 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Patent Record 12, p. 40 New Town
1671 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1671 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Patent Record 14, p. 211 New Town
1674 Ford, Robert May Pole 96 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1675 Ford, Robert Maypole 96 Patent Record 19, p. 214

1679 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Rent rolls New Town
1705 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 75 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Ford, Robert Downham 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Ford, Robert May Pole 96 Rent Rolls New Town
1714 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Rent Rolls New Town
1719 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Patent Record PL 4, p. 48 New Town
1719 Ford, Robert Strand 182 Patent Record FF 7, p. 270 New Town
1734 Ford, Robert Revell 302 Rent Rolls New Town
1737 Ford, Robert Revell 302 Patent Record EI 2, p. 522 New Town
1737 Ford, Robert Revells Backside 222 Coldham New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Strand 100 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Long in Dispense 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert May Pole Purchase 82 Will, Ford, Robert of Strand, planter,St. Mary's Co.27th Dec., 1735; 15th Sept., 1740 New Town
1740 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 100 Unpatented Certificate 164 Harvey
1741 Ford, Robert Revell 151 Rent Rolls New Town
1742 Ford, Robert Strand 91 Rent Rolls New Town
1742 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 100 Coldham Harvey
1743 Ford, Robert Fords Hopewell 179 Patent Record EI 6, p. 600 Harvey
1753 Ford, Robert Knevitts Backside 172 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, Robert Knevitts 151 SMC Debt Books

1753 Ford, Robert Chancellors Point 112 SMC Debt Books St. Mary's
1791 Ford, Robert Rochester
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Robert Goughs Expense
Alienations and Transfers

1791 Ford, Robert Holly Tree
Alienations and Transfers New Town
1791 Ford, Robert Greenwells Defense 200 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Ford, Robert & wife St. Elizabeth Manor 95 Alienations and Transfers St. Inigoes
1676 Forrest, Helena Chiveral real estate
Will, Forrest, Helena,St. Mary's Co.; 24th Apr., 1676

1679 Forrest, John Forrest 225 1707 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1680 Forrest, John Forrest 225 Patent Record CB 2, p. 40 Resurrection
1705 Forrest, John Forrest 225 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1675 Forrest, Margaret Henry Leiss' 50 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675

1665 Forrest, Patrck Forrest Lodge 150 1707 Rent Rolls St. Georges
1666 Forrest, Patrick Forrest Lodge 150 Patent Record 10, p. 43 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick Forrest Lodge
Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick land next to plantation 150 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675 St. Georges
1675 Forrest, Patrick Henry Leiss' 50 Will, Forrest, Patrick, St. George's Hundred, St. Mary's Co.,31st Jan., 1675; 14th Feb., 1675

1707 Forrest, Richard Forrest Lodge 150 Rent Rolls St. Georges
1742 Mar 4 Forrest, Thomas Kirbys Choice 56 Rent Rolls St. Mary's
1796 Forrest, Uriah Long Fields (Woolsey Manor Lot #21) 243 Patent Records St. Mary's
1781 Forrest, Zachariah Beaverdam Manor Lot # ? 99+30+129+214 Confiscated British Property New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Drydens Hills (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 9) 32 Patent Record IC C, p. 194 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 44 Patent Record IC C, p. 195 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 182 Patent Record IC C, p. 194 New Town
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Woolsey Manor, Lot #12 132 Patent Record IC C, p. 135 St. Mary's
1787 Forrest, Zachariah Unknown 148 Alienations and Transfers

1788 Forrest, Zachariah Goughs Addition 12 Alienations and Transfers

1790 Forrest, Zachariah Rich Neck 97 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Cissells (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 23) 98 Unpatented Certificate 102 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Unpatented Certificate 434 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Cissells (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 23) 98 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Sandy Ground (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 41) 82 Jennings, Thomas, Beaverdam Manor Leaseholds, 1790 New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Boston (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 43) 631 Confiscated British Property, Beaverdam Manor New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah Clarkes Purchase (Woolsey Manor Lot # 10) 132 Himmelheber, Peter St. Mary's
1791 Forrest, Zachariah Rich Neck 92 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1791 Forrest, Zachariah America Felix 14 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1791 Forrest, Zachariah Goughs Addition 12 Alienations and Transfers

1791 Forrest, Zachariah
99 Alienations and Transfers

1792 Forrest, Zachariah Boston 643 Patent Record IC H, p. 153 St. Clements
1792 Forrest, Zachariah Forrests Purchase (Woolsey Manor Lot # 14) 106 Patent Record IC H, p. 154 St. Mary's
1792 Forrest, Zachariah Sandy Ground (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 41) 90 Patent Record IC G, p. 185 New Town
1795 Forrest, Zachariah Spaldings Pleasure (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 46) 202 Patent Record IC H, p. 696 New Town
1796 Forrest, Zachariah Beaverdam Manor 88 Alienations and Transfers St. Mary's
1798 Forrest, Zachariah Friendship 69 Patent Record IC M, p. 415 Resurrection
1798 Forrest, Zachariah Friendship 39 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1799 Forrest, Zachariah Stones Invention (Beaverdam Manor Lot # 2) 91 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1790 Forrest, Zachariah and John Horrell Delabrooke Manor
Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1790 Forrest, Zachariah and John Horrell Delabrooke Manor 336 Alienations and Transfers Resurrection
1767 Forrest, Zachariah for Stourton Edwards Hanover (Heards Security,St. Lawrence Freehold)
SMC Chronicles, Vol. 7, No. 9 p 372 New Town
1673 Forster, Ralph Grantham 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1707 Forster, Ralph Boston 100 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1712 Forster, Ralph Boston 50 Rent Rolls St. Clements
1683 Fossee, John Shocks Park 100 Patent Record CB 3, p. 354 New Town
1707 Fossee, John Nintoquint (Kingston) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1713 Fossee, John Nintoquint (Kingston) 25 Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Shocks Park
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Shocks Park
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1713 Fossee, John Nunns Oak
Will, Fossee, John,St. Mary's Co.,16th Nov., 1713 New Town
1682 Fossey, John Shocks Park 100 1707 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Nunns Oak 75 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Hampton 50 Rent Rolls New Town
1707 Fossey, John Shocks Park 100 Rent Rolls New Town
1703 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Paines Grove 17 Rent Rolls Chaptico
1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Paines Grove 17 Patent Records Chaptico
1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Pianas Grove 17 Patent Record PL 2, p. 60

1706 Foster, Ralph and Peter Johnson Pianas Grove 17 Patent Record DD 5, p. 234

1709, bef. Foster, Richard Paines Grove 17 Will, Coode, John,St. Mary's Co.,27th Feb., 1708; 28th Mch., 1709 Chaptico
1667 Foster, Richard and John Tennison Fosters Neck 700 SMC Chronicles, Vol. 12, No. 5 St. Clements
1706 Fowler, Joseph plantation
Will, Fowller, Joseph,St. Mary's Co.,15th Oct., 1706; 8th Nov., 1706

1672 Fowler, Richard Orchard 190 Patent Record 17, p. 312

1673 Fowler, richard Orchard 190 Patent Record 17, p. 139

1797 Fowler, William Underwood 312 Alienations and Transfers St. Clements
1650 Fox, Henry St. Johns Freehold 1000 Himmelheber, Peter St. Mary's
1718 Foy, Andrew Resurrection Manor 50 Rent Rolls Resurrection
1718 Foy, Andrew Well Close 100 Rent Rolls St. Inigoes
1753 Free School Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 SMC Debt Books New Town
1770 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1787 French, Ignatius Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 103 Alienations and Transfers New Town
1707 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 100 Chr. of SM New Town
1707 French, James Wolver Hampton 150 Rent Rolls New Town
1709 French , James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 129 Rent Rolls New Town
1733 French, James Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 110 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4 New Town
1733 French, James Mayland 50 Will, French, James, planter,St. Mary's Co.,4th Mch., 1733; 18th Mch., 1733-4

1751 Nov French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 25 Rent Rolls New Town
1753 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 SMC Debt Books New Town
1757 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 140 SMC Debt Books New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Chron. St. Marys Vol.49 p89 New Town
1760 French, John Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes) 160 Papist Lands New Town
1770 French, John Sr. Hopton Park (Guest's Neck , Evans Quarter, Indian Quarter, Cole Brooke, Koaxes)
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1792 French, Martin Twittnam 100 Alienations and TransfersHoward, John Basil New Town
1804 French, Martin Twittnam
Will of John French SR., St. Mary's Co, 19 February, 1767 New Town
1663 Frizell, Alexander Bennetts Delight 250 1707 Rent Rolls Poplar Hill
1665 Frizell, Alexander Bennetts Delight 250 Patent Record 8, p. 411
Poplar Hill
1665 Frizell, Alexander & wife Bennetts Delight 250 St. Mary s County Land Records, 1663-66. p 587
Poplar Hill
1673 Frye, David Fryes Choice 600 Patent Record 15, p. 98

1799 Fulcher, Philip & wife Joshua Graves Estate, pt
Alienations and Transfers




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St. Mary's County, Maryland, Marriages: 1638 - 1820
Updated 09/2002.Comments, corrections to Linda Reno or Marcella Dawson


A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N O P Q-R S T U-V W Y-Z


Individual Spouse Date Source
Fadery, Ann (John Fadery & first wife)
Nugent, Robert
bef. 1728
Reno

Fadery, John (m1)
???
bef. Feb. 27, 1715
Reno

Fadery, John (m2)
Campbell, Dorothy (m2)
bef. Feb. 27, 1715
Reno

Fadery, Mary (m1)
Little, John
bef. 1687
Reno

Fadery, Mary (m2)
Thomas, Robert
1695-1696
Reno

Fadery, Mary (m3)
Millman, John
bef. Jan. 21, 1720
Reno

Fadery, Rachel
Lucas, William Wilkins
bef. 1742
St. Andrew's EC

Fairbrothers, John
Kendrick, Mary
Apr. 12, 1796
county court record

Fairbrothers, Sullivan
Keech, Mary
Jul. 04, 1784
St. Inigoes RCC

Fanning, John
???, Mary (m2)
bef. May, 29, 1736
Reno

Fanning , Josias (s/ John & Mary ???)
Lee, Mary (d/ John & Mary) (m1)
abt. 1757
Reno

Farr, Eleanor
Morgan, William
Jan. 16, 1797
county court record

Farr, Henny
Morgan, Ignatius
May 22, 1797
county court record

Farr, John
Hayden, Ann
May 10, 1813
county court record

Farr, John B.
Cawood, Jane
Aug. 07, 1801
county court record

Farrell, Patrick
???, Honor (m1)
bef. 1706
Reno

Farthing, Ann
Underwood, Charles
Feb. 16, 1768
St. Inigoes RCC

Farthing, James (s/ William Farthing & Ann Shanks)
Wheatley, Mary (m1)
by 1723
Reno

Faulkner, Bridget
Cheseldine, Kenelm (m1)
bef. 1669
Reno

Fearson, Samuel
Allston, Maria
Jul. 22, 1819
county court record

Fellows, Edward
Martin, Janet
Apr. 19, 1816
county court record

Fellows, Jane
Hall, Lewis
Jan. 10, 1818
county court record

Fendall, Josias
Hatch, ??? (d/ John Hatch)
bef. 1658
Reno

Fendall, Philip Richard
Lee, Sarah Lettice
Oct. 4, 1759
Md. Gaz.

Fenwick, Ann
Cole, Robert
Dec. 30, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Ann
Taylor, George
Feb. 28, 1804
county court record

Fenwick, Ann (d/ Cuthbert & Elizabeth Brooke) (m1)
Spalding, Clement
bef. 1750
Reno

Fenwick, Ann (d/ Cuthbert & Elizabeth Brooke) (m2)
Mattingly, John Baptist (m1)
abt. 1759
Reno

Fenwick, Ann (d/ Ignatius Fenwick, Jr. & Mary Cole)
Clarke, Ignatius (m1)
bef. 1774
Reno

Fenwick, Ann (m1)
Jones, Solomon
by 1766
Reno

Fenwick, Ann (m2)
Williams, James (m2)
Mar. 22, 1798
Reno

Fenwick, Ann (m2)
Head, Adam
bef. 1698
Reno

Fenwick, Ann Mary (d/ Robert Fenwick & Mary)
Forrest, Zephaniah (m2)
1768-1772
Reno

Fenwick, Ann Nancy
Manning, Wilfred
Dec. 03, 1798
county court record

Fenwick, Athanasius (s/ James Fenwick & Catherine Ford)
Howell, Susan
Oct. 30, 1816
county court record

Fenwick, Benjamin
Fenwick, Jeannette (d/ Philip Fenwick & Mary Brooke)
1760-1766
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Catherine
Knott, Henry
Apr. 11, 1807
county court record

Fenwick, Catherine
Holton, Robert Jr
abt. 1785
Reno

Fenwick, Catherine
Jameson, Ignatius
Mar. 06, 1807
county court record

Fenwick, Catherine (d/ Cuthbert & Elizabeth Brooke)
Taney, John Michael Thomas (s/ John and Catherine Wilkinson)
bef. 1734
Reno

Fenwick, Cornelius (s/ Robt. & Monica Cooper
???, Mary
bef. 1807
Reno

Fenwick, Cuthbert
Moore, Elizabeth
Apr. 14, 1806
county court record

Fenwick, Cuthbert
Brooke, Elizabeth (m1)
1694-1701
Reno

Fenwick, Cuthbert
Jarboe, Eleanor (d/ Peter Jarboe & Margaret Read)
bef 1774
csm

Fenwick, Cuthbert (1)
Cornwallis, Teresa
bef 1639 in Eng.
Reno

Fenwick, Cuthbert (2)
Eltonhead, Jane (m2)
Aug. 1, 1649
Reno

Fenwick, Edward (s/ Ignatius, Jr. & Mary Cole)
Hebb, Ann Nancy (d/ Wlm. & Hopewell)
1768-1772
Reno

Fenwick, Eleanor
Spalding, Bennet
1763-1770
Reno

Fenwick, Eleanor
Taney, Raphael
by 1755
Reno

Fenwick, Eleanor
Read, John Jr
bef. 1738
Reno

Fenwick, Eleanor (d/ Philip Fenwick and Mary Brooke)
Craycroft, Edward
1760-1761
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Eleanor (m1)
Van Reswick, Wilfred
bef. 1787
Reno

Fenwick, Eleanor (m2)
Herbert, Francis
bef. 1790-1791
Reno

Fenwick, Eliza
Bohanan, William
Mar. 5, 1803
county court record

Fenwick, Elizabeth
Simms, Anthony
Jan. 14, 1795
county court record

Fenwick, Elizabeth
Smith, Capt. John
Apr. 25, 1784
Reno

Fenwick, Elizabeth
Fenwick, Richard
Jan. 30, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Elizabeth (d/ Cuthbert & Elizabeth Brooke)
Barnes, Matthias
by 1737
Reno

Fenwick, Elizabeth (d/ Enoch) (m1)
Ganyott, Charles Jr
bef. 1735
Reno

Fenwick, Elizabeth (d/ Enoch) (m2)
Joseph, William
bef. Apr. 19, 1749
Reno

Fenwick, Elizabeth (d/ John Fenwick & Elizabeth Guyther)
Fenwick, Richard
bef 1785
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Elizabeth P.
Leigh, Arnold Livers
Sep. 27, 1802
county court record

Fenwick, Enoch
Abell, Ann (b. 1772)
1794-1799
Reno

Fenwick, Enoch
Brooke, Cassandra
1704-1707
Reno

Fenwick, Enoch (s/ Enoch & Susanna Ford)
???, Elizabeth (wid/ Raphael Greenwell) (m2)
aft. 1783
Reno

Fenwick, Enoch (s/ Enoch & Susanna Ford) is this the couple mentioned on page 134
???, Elizabeth (wid/ Raphael Greenwell) (m2)
aft. 1783
csm2

Fenwick, Enoch (s/ Phil. & Rebecca Greenwell) (m1)
Abell, Ann, (d/ John Ann Stanfield(
1794-1799
Reno

Fenwick, Enoch (s/ Phil. & Rebecca Greenwell) (m2)
Greenwell, Jane (d/ John & Mildred Neale)
Nov. 22, 1800
county court record

Fenwick, George
???, Jinny
bef 1770
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Grace
Neale, Edward
bef 1798
Reno

Fenwick, Henrietta
Plowden, William Hammersley
May 4, 1813
Fresco

Fenwick, Ignatius
Fenwick, Mary
Mar. 31, 1812
county court record

Fenwick, Ignatius
Taney, Sarah
1761-1763
Reno

Fenwick, Ignatius
Cole, Mary
bef. 1736
Reno

Fenwick, Ignatius
Heard, Dorothy (d/ John Heard III & ??? Fenwick who was the d/ Richard Fenwick jr. & Dorothy Brooke)
bef 1767
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, James
???, Mary
bef 1772
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, James (s/ Ignat. & Mary Cole) (m1)
Howard, Henrietta
Jun. 12, 1776
St. Inigoes RCC

Fenwick, James (s/ Ignat. & Mary Cole) (m2)
Ford, Catherine
Nov. 29, 1778
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fenwick, James (s/ Rich. & Ann Spalding)
Hoskins, Elizabeth
Apr. 27, 1805
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fenwick, Jane
Taylor, George
Mar. 31, 1818
county court record

Fenwick, Jane (d/ Cuthbert & Elizabeth Brooke)
Brooke, Robert (s/ Robert Brooke and Grace)
bef. 1759
Reno

Fenwick, Jean
Artis, James
Sep. 09, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Jean
Hites, Joseph
Sep. 9, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Jeannette (d/ Philip Fenwick & Mary Brooke)
Fenwick, Benjamin
1760-1766
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, John
Thompson, Mary
Nov. 10, 1772
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fenwick, John
??? (mother of Jeremiah)
bef 1786
St. Inigoes RCC

Fenwick, John
???, Elizabeth
bef 1784
St. Inigoes RCC

Fenwick, John Jr
Herbert, Jane (d/ Mathew & Mary ) (m1)
bef. 1783
Reno

Fenwick, John (s/ Enoch & Cassandra Brooke)
Ford, Monica (d/ Robert & Rachel Howard)
bef 1742
Reno

Fenwick, John (s/ Igna. & Eleanor)
Guyther, Elizabeth (d/ John & Susanna)
bef. 1740
Reno

Fenwick, Joseph
James, Chloe
1769-1772
Reno

Fenwick, Lewis Aloysius
Fenwick, Teresia
Feb. 14, 1814
county court record

Fenwick, Margaret (d/ John & Monica Ford) (m1)
Manning, James
bef 1768
Reno

Fenwick, Margaret (d/ John & Monica Ford) (m2)
Combs, Philip
1769
Reno

Fenwick, Margaret (d/ John & Monica Ford) (m3)
Norris, Clement
1780-1783
Reno

Fenwick, Margaret Mary
Milburn, Stephen
Feb. 28, 1804
county court record

Fenwick, Maria
Langley, Ignatius
Jun. 01, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Mary
Fenwick, Ignatius
Mar. 31, 1812
county court record

Fenwick, Mary
Wootten, John B.
Aug. 13, 1808
county court record

Fenwick, Mary
Medley, Thomas
bef. 1752
Reno

Fenwick, Mary
Medley, Ignatius
1765-1767
Reno

Fenwick, Mary
Sewall, Nicholas
bef. 1794
Reno

Fenwick, Mary
Plowden, Francis Gerard
bef. 1788
Reno

Fenwick, Mary
Maryman, Joseph (m3) (s/ Joshua & Susanna)
Ju. 23, 1827
Reno

Fenwick, Mary (d/ Ignatius Fenwick & Mary Cole)
Jenkins, John
bef. 1769
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Mary (d/ John Fenwick & Mary Ford)
Combs, Ignatius
Sep. 3, 1760
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Mary E.
Neale, Jeremiah
Dec. 22, 1795
county court record

Fenwick, Mary Molly (d/ William & Rebecca Greenwell)
Fenwick, ???
bef. 1792
Reno

Fenwick, Michael Dr.(s/ Igna. & Sarah Taney)
Manning, Ann Araminta
bef 1804
Reno

Fenwick, Monica
Jones, Solomon
Jun. 13, 1805
county court record

Fenwick, Monica (m1)
Manning, Robert
1767-1769
Reno

Fenwick, Monica (m2)
Greenwell, William
bef. 1782
Reno

Fenwick, Nancy
Manning, Wilfred
Dec. 03, 1798
county court record

Fenwick, Philip
Brooke, Mary (d/ Robert & Jane Fenwick)
bef. 1749
Reno

Fenwick, Philip (s/ Enoch & Susanna Ford)
Greenwell, Rebecca (m1)
Sep. 03, 1770
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fenwick, Rebecca
Millard, Joseph
1762-1763
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Richard
Fenwick, Elizabeth
Jan. 30, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Richard
Fenwick, Elizabeth (d/ John Fenwick & Elizabeth Guyther)
bef 1785
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Richard
???, Belinda
bef 1791
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Richard Jr (s/ Richard)
Plowden, Dorothy (d/ George & Marg. Brent)
bef 1718
Reno

Fenwick, Richard (s/ John Fenwick & Elizabeth Guyther)
Holton, Priscilla (d/ Robert Holton & Priscilla) (m2)
bef 1791
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Richard (s/ Wlm. Thom. & Eliz. Abell)
Newton, Susanna
Jan. 30, 1799
county court record

Fenwick, Robert
Cooper, Monica
bef. 1758
Reno

Fenwick, Robert
Hopewell, Susan
bef. 1747
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Robert
Heard, Rebecca
bef 1766
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Robert (m1)
Manning, Ann Elizabeth (d/ Cornelius & Jane)
bef. 1763
Reno

Fenwick, Robert (m2)
Miles, Belinda (m2)
bef. 1769
Reno

Fenwick, Robert (s/ Richard & Dorothy Plowden)
Hopewell, Susanna (d/ Francis & Mary Heard)
bef. 1747
Reno

Fenwick, Sarah
Wiseman, John W
Dec. 30, 1796
county court record

Fenwick, Sarah Ann C. (d/ Dr. Michael)
Brooke, Robert
Feb. 4, 1819
county court record

Fenwick, Susanna
Forrest, James
Dec. 05, 1809
county court record

Fenwick, Susanna
Langley, Josiah
bef 1767
Reno

Fenwick, Susanna (d/ John Fenwick & Elizabeth Guyther)
Langley, Josiah
bef 1767
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, Teresia
Fenwick, Lewis Aloysius
Feb. 14, 1814
county court record

Fenwick, Thomas
Thomas, Elizabeth
Jul. 03, 1774
St. Inigoes RCC

Fenwick, Thomas Dr. (s/ Igna. & Sarah Taney)
Young, Eleanor (d/ Notley & Martha)
Oct. 12, 1802
county court record

Fenwick, William
Greenwell, Elizabeth
bef 1767
Reno

Fenwick, William
???, Ann
bef 1773
Jesuit Missions

Fenwick, William Thomas (s/ Robert & Susannah Hopwell)
Abell, Elizabeth (m2)

Jul 3, 1774
Reno

Ferguson, Henry
Tennison, Mary
Dec. 7, 1802
county court record

Ferguson, John
Murphy, Elizabeth
Sep. 19, 1818
county court record

Ferguson, Mary
Tippett, John
Dec. 19, 1809
county court record

Ferrell, Mary
Long, John
Mar. 19, 1804
county court record

Ferrell, Susanna
Tyler, John
Mar. 27, 1818
county court record

Ferrell, William
Thompson, Mary
Dec. 29, 1809
county court record

Field, Juliet
Leach, Samuel
Apr. 09, 1817
county court record

Field, Mary
Spalding, John (s/ William & Ann Jenkins) (m1)
bef. 1730
Reno

Field, Monica
Mahoney, Samuel
bef. 1724
Reno

Field, Sarah
Joy, Thomas
Feb. 16, 1775
county court record

Fielder, Mary (d/ Wlm. & Barbara Johnson)
Lee, Charles
bef 1718
Reno

Fielder, Nicholas
Cullison, Ann
Jan. 16, 1780
St. Andrew's EC

Fielder, William
Johnson, Barbara
bef 1697
Reno

Fielder, William Jr
Wellman, Jane (m3)
1725-1726
Reno

Fielding, Sarah
Cooke, Robert
abt. 1725
Reno

Fields, James A.
Taylor, Susanna (m2)
Feb. 28, 1804
Reno

Fields, Sarah
Joy, Thomas
Feb 16, 1775
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fields, William
???, Mary (wid/ John Alvey) (m2)
bef 1744
Fresco

Files, Thomas
???, Sarah
bef 1756
St. Andrew's EC

Finnacy, Stephen
???, Ann
bef 1760
St. Andrew's EC

Fish, Ann (d/ Joseph and Lydia)
Tarlton, Moses (m2)
Oct. 25, 1805
county court record

Fish, James
Wheatly, Ann
Aug. 22, 1777
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fish, James
???, Elizabeth
bef 1765
St. Andrew's EC

Fish, Joseph
???, Lydia
bef 1786
Jesuit Missions

Fish, Robert
???, Priscilla
bef 1802
Fresco

Fish, Robert
???, Priscilla
bef 1765
St. Andrew's EC

Fish, Thomas
Thompson, Sarah
Nov. 03, 1809
county court record

Fish, Thomas
???, Eleanor (wid/ David Ebans) (m2)
bef. 1735
Reno

Fish, William
Joy, Hellen
Dec. 27, 1808
county court record

Fish, William
???, Jennet
bef 1768
St. Andrew's EC

Fisher, Ann
Burgess, William
by 1676
not proven

Fisher, James
???, Elizabeth
bef 1772
Jesuit Missions

Fisher, Mary (d/ Edward Fisher)
Abell, John
bef 1715
Reno

Fisher, Patrick
???, Ann (wid/ John Noble) (m2)
bef. 1720
Reno

Fishwick, Edward
???, Margaret (m2)
by 1682
Fresco

Fitzgerald, Cornelius
Wellman, Jane (m1)
bef 1712
Reno

Fitzgerald, Thomas
Elliott, Susanna
Mar. 20, 1784
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fitzherbert, John Capt.
Brent, Mary
bef. 1672
Reno

Fitzhugh, William
Tucker, Sarah (d/ Rose Tucker Gerrard )
Aug. 25,1674 in VA
Reno

Fitzhugh, William (m1)
Lee, Martha (d/ Richard )(m2)
Mar. 28, 1744
Reno

Fitzhugh, William (m2)
Frisby, Ann (m2)
Jan. 7, 1752
Reno

Fitzjeffery, Elizabeth
Griffen, Benjamin
Jul. 09, 1805
county court record

Fitzjeffery, Mary
Gill, Mathias
Apr. 29, 1813
county court record

Fitzjeffries, Margaret
Vaughan, Bennet
1788-1793
Reno

Fitzjeffries, Sarah
Smith, Charles


Reno

Fitzjoe, Eleanor (d/ Ann)
Jenkins, William Jr. (m2)
1792-1794
Jesuit Missions

Fleming, ???
Taylor, Peter
by 1770
Fresco

Flint, Winifred
Goodridge, William
Sep. 22, 1807
county court record

Flonce (Florence) Barbery
Clarke, George
Jan. 17, 1811
county court record

Flower, Barbara
Clarke, George
Jan. 12, 1813
county court record

Flower, Charles
Hutchins, Mary
Oct. 28, 1780
St. Andrew's EC

Flower, Jean
Flower, Moses
Jan. 19, 1797
county court record

Flower, Joseph
Wise, Mary
Dec. 22, 1803
county court record

Flower, Joseph
Noris, Mary A.
Mar. 6, 1804
county court record

Flower, Joseph
Wise, Elizabeth
Jul. 19, 1785
county court record

Flower, Moses
Flower, Jean
Jan. 19, 1797
county court record

Flower, Moses
Richardson, Ann
Apr. 04, 1796
county court record

Flower, Sylvester
Peake, Mary
Jan. 29, 1814
county court record

Flower, Thomas
Bond, Eleanor
Dec. 2, 1781
St. Andrew's EC

Flower, William
Dorsey, Eliza
bef 1748
Reno

Floyd, Ann C.
Wills, John B.
Jun. 14, 1802
county court record

Floyd, Elizabeth T.
Greenwell, Thomas James
Jan. 03, 1820
county court record

Floyd, Jesse
Swales, Elizabeth
Nov. 05, 1774
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Floyd, Jesse
Read, Mary Carey
Mar. 18, 1777
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Floyd, Jesse
Taylor, Elizabeth
Feb. 6 1785
St. Andrew's EC

Floyd, Jesse, Jr. (div)
Abell, Jemima
May 24, 1804
county court record

Floyd, Joseph P.
Herbert, Ann
Apr. 20, 1815
county court record

Floyd, Mary
Spalding, Edward
Apr. 24, 1819
county court record

Floyd, William
Heard, Eleanor
Jun. 06, 1814
county court record

Fogg, David
King, Susanna (s/ Thomas)
by 1662
Reno

Forbes, Dryden
Gordon, George
bef. 1724
Reno

Forbes, George
Cheseldine, Mary (m2)
bef. 1709
Reno

Forbes, John
Cheseldine, Dryden (m2)
1723-1729
Reno

Forbes, John
Marshall, Elizabeth (m1)
Apr. 23, 1782 CC
Reno

Forbes, Rebecca Ann Maria
Sothoron, James Forbes
1804-1807
Reno

Ford, Anastasia (d/ John Ford d. 1765)
Brown, Matthew (s/ James Brown & Ann Roson)
Abt. 1759
Reno

Ford, Anastasia (d/ Robert & Lydia)
Mattingly, Luke (m1)
bef 1735
Reno

Ford, Ann
Mattingly, John
Jan. 30, 1768
St. Fran.Xav. RCC

Ford, Ann
Hicks, John
May 22, 1800
county court record

Ford, Ann
Crenn, James
Sep. 20, 1808
county court record

Ford, Ann Nancy
Forrest, Zachariah (m3)
Mar. 2, 1800
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Ann Polly
Gunn, James
Sep. 20, 1808
county court record

Ford, Athanasius
Heard, Mary
Jan. 17, 1807
county court record

Ford, Athanasius
Catherine
bef 1775
csm

Ford, Athanasius
Mary
bef 17779
csm5

Ford, Athanasius (s/ John Ford, d 1765)
Fenwick, Anna (d/ Richard Fenwick Jr. & Dorothy Plowden)
bef 1767
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Benjamin
Hopkins, Margaret
Jan. 01, 1800
county court record

Ford, Bennet
???, Susanna (m1)
bef. 1760
Reno

Ford, Bibiana (d/ Peter)
Pike, Henry


Reno

Ford, Bibiana (d/ Peter Jr. )
Pike, Henry
bet 1784-1785
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Catherine (d/ John Ford. d 1765)
Fenwick, James (m2)
Nov. 29, 1778
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Charles A.
Lowe, Henrietta
Dec. 06, 1804
county court record

Ford, Clara
Edelen, Richard J. (m1)
1785-1794
Reno

Ford, Edward
Greenwell, Elizabeth
Apr. 02, 1799
county court record

Ford, Edward III
Mastin, Elizabeth
in CC
Reno

Ford, Eleanor
Mattingly, Ignatius
Dec. 08, 1800
county court record

Ford, Elizabeth
Chandler, John
Jan. 21, 1815
county court record

Ford, Elizabeth
Marshall, John
by 1781
not proven

Ford, Elizabeth (d/ John Ford. d 1765)
Smith, John
Oct. 01, 1774
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Frances
Mattingly, Robert (m2)
bef. 1770
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Frances (m1)
Wimsatt, ???
bef 1763
Reno

Ford, Frances (m2)
Williams, William (m2)
by 1763
Reno

Ford, George
Plowden, Dominica
Jan. 4, 1773
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Henrietta M.
Potter, Nathaniel
May 28, 1809
county court record

Ford, Henry
Thompson, Henrietta
Dec. 12, 1795
Reno

Ford, Henry
???, Sarah
bef 1772
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Honor
Cole, Edward (m1)
bef. 1683
Fresco

Ford, Ignatius
Thompson, Elizabeth
Feb. 08, 1802
county court record

Ford, Ignatius
Herbert, Susanna
Sep. 26, 1815
county court record

Ford, Ignatius
Wimsatt, Dorothy
bef. 1767
Reno

Ford, Ignatius
Hayden, Teresa (d/ William & Ann) (m2)
Jan. 21, 1811
county court record

Ford, Jane (m1)
Greenwell, Ignatius Jr
bef. 1745
Reno

Ford, Jane (m2)
Manning, Cornelius Jr (m2)
1757-1759
Reno

Ford, Jane (m3)
Smith, ???
aft 1768
Reno

Ford, John
Clocker, Rebecca
Dec. 29, 1812
county court record

Ford, John
???, Elizabeth
bef 1768
Jesuit Missions

Ford, John (s/ Robert & Lydia)
Raley, Elizabeth (m2)
1715
Reno

Ford, John T.
Medley, Priscilla
Nov. 24, 1818
county court record

Ford, John (widr)
Neale, Henrietta (d/ Henry & Ann Gardiner)
by 1746/47
Reno

Ford, Joseph
Greenwell, Mary
Sep. 06, 1800
county court record

Ford, Joseph
Spink, Henrietta
Nov. 29, 1778
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Joseph
Lowe, Susanna (m2)
1785-1790
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Joseph Jr
Lowe, Susan (m2)
1785-1790
Reno

Ford, Lewis (m1)
Plowden, Elizabeth
Oct. 11, 1807
county court record

Ford, Lewis (m2)
Hill, Symphorosa
May 01, 1810
county court record

Ford, Margaret
Medley, Henry
Feb. 07, 1779
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Margaret D. (d/ Peter Ford)
Combs, Lewis
Feb. 06, 1805
county court record

Ford, Margaret (m1)
Rochford, Michael
bef 1677
Reno

Ford, Margaret (m2)
Cole, William Maria
1678-1680
Reno

Ford, Margaret (m3)
Vowles, Richard
1684-1688
Reno

Ford, Maria
Spalding, Clement
Jul. 26, 1814
county court record

Ford, Mary
Greenwell, Philip
Jan. 06, 1806
county court record

Ford, Mary (m1)
Seale, Jonathan
bef. 1695
Reno

Ford, Mary (m2)
Drury, John
aft. 1711
Reno

Ford, Michael
???, Ann
bef 1770
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Monica (d/ Robert & Lydia) (m1)
Shercliffe, Thomas
bef. 1738
Reno

Ford, Monica (d/ Robert & Lydia) (m2)
Williams, William (m2)
1738-1739
Reno

Ford, Monica (d/ Robert & Rachel Howard)
Fenwick, John (s/ Enoch)
bef 1742
Reno

Ford, Peter
Sewall, Mary
Oct. 01, 1779
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Peter
Spinke, Anastasia
by 1755
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Peter (s/ Robert d. 1740) (m1)
???
bef. 1757
Reno

Ford, Peter (s/ Robert d. 1740) (m2)
Mills, Mary (m2)
abt. 1757
Reno

Ford, Philip
Spalding, Elizabeth
Sep. 30, 1775
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Philip
Holton, Catherine
May 08, 1810
county court record

Ford, Philip
Thompson,Eleanor (d/ James Thompson, Jr. & Ann Neale)

bef 1770
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Philip (s/ John & Henri. Neale)
Thompson, Mary Eleanor
abt. 1770
St. Andrew's EC

Ford, Priscilla (d/ Robert & Lydia) (m1)
Knott, George
bef. 1736
Reno

Ford, Priscilla (d/ Robert & Lydia) (m2)
Mattingly, Luke (m2)
1743-1744
Reno

Ford, Raphael
Spalding, Ann
Jan. 29, 1771
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Ford, Robert
???, Lydia
bef. 1661
Reno

Ford, Robert
???, Sarah
bef. 1773
Jesuit Missions

Ford, Robert III (m1)
Howard, Rachel
bef. 1725
Reno

Ford, Robert III (m2)
Van Swearingen, Teresa (m2)
aft. 1729
Reno

Ford, Robert Jr (m1)
Unknown
bef. 1693
Reno

Ford, Robert Jr (m2)
Heard, Mary (m2)
1717-1718
Reno

Ford, Robert Jr (m3)
???, Margaret
bef. 1735
Reno

Ford, Sarah (m1)
Medcalf, Ignatius
by 1767
Reno

Ford, Sarah (m2)
Wheatley, Sylvester (m1)
Mar. 21, 1768
St. Fran.Xav. RCC

Ford, Susan
Heard, William
Oct. 08, 1767
county court record

Ford, Susanna
Howard, James
Feb. 18, 1808
county court record

Ford, Teresa (d/ Athanasius Ford & Ann Fenwick)
Blancett, Joseph
Jul. 24, 1807
county court record

Ford, Teresa (d/ Robert Ford & ???)
Spinke, Clement
bef 1734
Reno

Ford, Teresa (d/ Robert Ford, Jr., g/d of Robert Ford & Lydia) (m1)
Cooper, Thomas Jr.
bef 1723
Reno

Ford, Teresa (d/ Robert Ford, Jr., g/d of Robert Ford & Lydia) (m2)
Wimsatt, Richard
1723-1730
Reno

Ford, Thomas
???, Ann (w/ Jeremiah Jenkins) (m2)
bef. 1794
Reno

Forrest, Ann
Drury, John
Nov. 09, 1817
county court record

Forrest, Ann
Green, John
Jul. 21, 1814 in D.C.
Reno

Forrest, Brig. Gen. Uriah
Plater, Rebecca
Oct. 11, 1789
Newman

Forrest, Catherine
Hebb, William
bef. 1745
Reno

Forrest, David Murray
Clagett, Mary Dulany
Feb. 1, 1820
county court record

Forrest, Eliza
Reid, Upton Scott
Jun. 30, 1814
county court record

Forrest, Elizabeth
Parsons, Clement Jr
by 1813 in KY?
Reno

Forrest, Elizabeth
Ellery, Henry
1667-1668
Reno

Forrest, Elizabeth (d/ Patrick & Hellena Chiveral) (m1)
Dundassee, Dr. George
bef. Jan. 31, 1675
Reno

Forrest, Elizabeth (d/ Patrick & Hellena Chiveral) (m2)
Phipps, Henry
1676-1677
Reno

Forrest, Henrietta
Hammett, McKelvie
bef. 1753
Reno

Forrest, Henry
Love, Ann Jane
aft. 1793
Reno

Forrest, Humphrey
Leach, Mary
Dec. 26, 1815
county court record

Forrest, James
Fenwick, Susanna
Dec. 05, 1809
county court record

Forrest, James Col.
Jackson, Emily
Feb. 02, 1819
county court record

Forrest, Jesse
Greenwell, Mary (d/ Thomas & Mary Heard)
bef. 1775
Reno

Forrest, Joseph
Dulaney, Elizabeth French
1788-1795
Reno

Forrest, Lydia
Johnson, John
Jun. 14, 1797
county court record

Forrest, Maria (m1)
Tayloe, LT. John IV
13 Nov 1817 D.C.
Reno

Forrest, Maria (m2)
Bohrer, Benjamin S. Dr.
Jun. 10, 1834
Reno

Forrest, Mary Ann
Goode, William
Oct. 29, 1809
county court record

Forrest, Patrick
Chiveral, Eleanor (d/ John)
bef. 1660
Reno

Forrest, Patrick
Horn, Frances
bef. 1730
Reno

Forrest, Richard
Crauford, Sarah
Sep. 15, 1767
PGC Mrgs

Forrest, Richard
Spalding, Catherine (d/ Benedict & Alethia)
Aug. 7, 1805
county court record

Forrest, Richard
Watts, Christine
by 1710
Reno

Forrest, Richard
Henning, Ann (m2)
1756-1760
Reno

Forrest, Sarah
Abell, John James
Oct. 22, 1799
county court record

Forrest, Sophia
DeButts, John
1818
Fresco

Forrest, Thomas
Howard, Mary
Apr. 15, 1804
KY Records

Forrest, Thomas
Spalding, Mary Catherine (m2)
Jun. 1, 1776
Jesuit Missions

Forrest, Thomas Dr. (s/ Richard & Christian Watts)
Raley, Henrietta (d/ John)
by 1741
Fresco

Forrest, Zachariah
Goldsmith, Rebecca
May 6, 1789
county court record

Forrest, Zachariah (m1)
Edwards, Ann Nancy
May 13, 1766
Reno

Forrest, Zachariah (m2)
Ford, Ann
Mar. 2, 1800
St. Andrew's EC

Forrest, Zephaniah
Fenwick, Ann Mary (d/ Robert Fenwick & Mary)(m2)
1768-1772
Jesuit Missions

Forringham, Eleanor
Edloe, Joseph
abt. 1646
Fresco

Fossee, Ruth
Herbert, Thomas
by 1713
Fresco

Foster, ??? (d/ Richard & Sarah)
Mansell, Vincent (m1)
bef. 1786
Reno

Foster, James
Tippett, Susanna
Apr. 23, 1816
county court record

Foster, Ralph
???, Elizabeth (wid/ John Green) (m2)
1706/7
not proven

Foster, Richard
Jackson, Ann (s/ Thomas)
by 1660
not proven

Foster, William
???, Ann (wid/ Henry Hardy) (m3)
bef. 1717
Reno

Fowke, Gerard
Smith, Margery
by 1783
Reno

Fowke, Gerard
Chandler, Anne
1661
Fresco

Fowke, Gerard (m1)
???, Hope
bef 1661
Reno

Fowke, Gerard (m2)
Thorowgood, Anne (m2)
1662
Reno

Fowler, ???
???, Sarah
bef 1780
St. Andrew's EC

Fowler, Ann
Wheatley, Peregrin
Jan. 02, 1800
Reno

Fowler, ??? (d/ Joseph)
Hopkins, Joseph
bef. 1703
Reno

Fowler, Edward
Howard, Elizabeth
Jun. 26, 1802
county court record

Fowler, Edward
Wathen, Teresa
Jun. 04, 1800
county court record

Fowler, Eleanor
Burroughs, George
bef. 1755
Reno

Fowler, Henry
???, Eliza (wid/ Benjamin Stephens, Jr.) (m2)
bef. Jun. 5, 1745
Reno

Fowler, Henry
Stephen, Mrs. Eliza (wid/ Benj.)
by 1745
Fresco

Fowler, Louisa
Reynolds, David
Mar. 24, 1802
county court record

Fowler, Mary
Smith, Richard
Apr. 09, 1814
county court record

Fowler, Sarah
Mattingly, Ignatius Jr
bef. 1792
Reno

Fowler, William
Mattingly, Mary
Feb. 19, 1776
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Fowler, William
Goddard, Elizabeth
Feb. 04, 1815
county court record

Fowler, Winifred
Glover, Thomas
bef. 1706
Reno

Fox, Henry
???, Mary (m1)
bef. 1656
Reno

Fox, Henry Jr
LeCompte, Hester (d/ Anthony)
by 1680
Reno

Foxwell, Leah
Purtle, John
bef1788
Reno

Foy, Andrew
Kirk, Barbara (d/ Martin Kirk & Maria Van Swearingen) (m2)
1734
Reno

Fraiser, Elizabeth
Wheatley, Sylvester
Sep. 07, 1773
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Freeman, Thomas
Lynch, Rebecca C.
Qug. 14, 1815
county court record

French, Anastasia
Drury, Ignatius
Dec. 11, 1769
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Ann
Yates, Martin
bef. 1728
Reno

French, Ann
Reynolds, John
Jan. 19, 1778
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Eleanor
Harding, William
Feb. 28, 1798
county court record

French, Eleanor (d/ Ignatius French & Susanna)
Anderson, James
bef 1772
Jesuit Missions

French, Elizabeth
Bullock, James
Aug. 27, 1799
county court record

French, Ignatius
???, Elizabeth
bef 1769
St. Andrew's EC

French, Ignatius
???, Susanna
bef 1751
St. Andrew's EC

French, James
Melton, Susan
May 25, 1773
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, John Barton
Rogers, Jane
bef 1773
St. Andrew's EC

French, John Jr.
???, Monica
bef. 1749
Reno

French, Martin
Brown, Mary
bef. 1758
Reno

French, Mary
Spalding, Bennett
Feb. 25, 1797
Reno

French, Mary
Yates, Thomas
bef. 1735
Reno

French, Mary
Lake, John Jr
bef. 1733
Reno

French, Mary (m1)
Thompson, Robert
bef 1687
Reno

French, Mary (m2)
Cissell, Thomas
1697-1700
Reno

French, Mary (m3)
Daft, Charles (m2)
1701-1702
Reno

French, Monica (m1)
Russell, Charles
Aug. 10, 1812
county court record

French, Monica (m2)
Radford, John
Nov. 22, 1819
county court record

French, Philip
Norris, Elizabeth
Sep. 20, 1797
county court record

French, Susan
Russell, John
Sep. 06, 1770
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

French, Susanna
Raley, Michael
Oct. 17, 1796
county court record

French, Susanna
Russell, John B.
9/6/1770
St. Andrew's EC

French, William
Davis, Roseanna
bef. 1752
Reno

French, William (s/ Ignatius & Elizabeth)
Boone, Mary Polly (d/ Walter Boone & Mildred Edelen) (m1)
Sep. 9, 1813
Reno

Friend, Daniel
Payn, Chloe
Aug. 08, 1775
St. Fran. Xav. RCC

Frier, Thomas
McGill, Mary
Jan. 05, 1800
county court record

Frisby, Ann (d/ Peregrine and Eliz. Sewall) (m1)
Rousby, John
bef. 1750
Reno

Frisby, Ann (d/ Peregrine and Eliz. Sewall) (m2)
Fitzhugh, William
Jan. 7, 1752
Reno

Frisby, Peregrine
Sewall, Elizabeth (d/ Nich.)
by 1727
Reno

???, Honor (m1)
Farrell, Patrick
bef. 1706
Reno

???, Honour (wid) (m2)
Warren, Thomas
by 1706
Reno




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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 A B C D E F G H I-J K L M N 0 P Q-R S T U-V W-Z

Emigrant last Emigrant first County Immigration Date Destination Source Parents Spouse first Spouse last Spouse Co Spouse Parents
Fagan Michael SMC 1788 Rolling Fork Settlement; Washington, KY Hammett





Fairleigh Andrew

Elizabethtown and Hardin Co






Falls David

Scott County Settlement






Fenwick Benjamin F. SMC bef 1794 Marion, KY KY Records
Ann Unknown


Fenwick Cornelius SMC 1787 Franklin, KY Reno Robert Fenwick, Monica Cooper Mary



Fenwick Cornelius

Scott County Settlement






Fenwick Cornelius

Cartwright's Creek Settlement;






Fenwick Henry SMC 1787 Cartwright's Creek Settlement; Washington, KY Reno Mary Cole, Ignatius Fenwick




Fenwick James CC 180? Pomonkey, VA Reno Ignatius Fenwick, Sarah Taney Henrietta Maria Lancaster CC

Fenwick James CC 180? Pomonkey, VA Reno Ignatius Fenwick, Sarah Taney Teresa Brent CC

Fenwick John SMC 1793 Washington, KY Hammett





Fenwick Joseph SMC c 1790 KY> St. Joseph, MO Fresco John Fenwick Chloe James SMC Thomas James, Mary Greenwell
Fenwick Monica SMC bef 1792 KY>Ralls, MO Reno William Thomas Fenwick , Elizabeth Abell James Hager SMC Robert Hagar Jr , Milburn Jenkins
Fenwick Monica SMC bef 1792 KY>Ralls, MO Thompson William Thomas Fenwick , Elizabeth Abell Philip Cooper SMC

Fenwick Richard SMC 1804 Union, KY Reno William Thomas Fenwick, Elizabeth Abell Susanna Newton SMC Ignatius Newton, Elizabeth S. Brown
Fenwick Richard SMC 1788 Rolling Fork Settlement; Washington, KY Hammett John Fenwick, Elizabeth Guyther Priscilla Holton


Fenwick Robert SMC prob 1787 Franklin, KY Donnelly2 John Fenwick, Monica Ford Belinda Miles CC Elizabeth Gardiner, John Miles
Fenwick Robert SMC 1790 Franklin, KY Fresco John Fenwick, Monica Ford Ann Elizabeth Manning CC Cornelius Manning, Jane Ford
Fenwick Sarah



Ignatius Fenwick , Sarah Taney Nicholas Young


Fenwick Thomas SMC 180? Cartwright's Creek Settlement; Washington,KY Thompson Enoch Fenwick, Jane Herbert Elizabeth Abell SMC Edward Abell, Susanna Spalding
Fenwick Thomas









Fenwick William SMC 1790 Franklin, KY Peden1





Fenwick William Thomas SMC 180? Washington,KY Reno Robert Fenwick, Susanna Hopewell Elizabeth Abell SMC Edward Abell, Susanna Spalding
Field Joseph SMC 1796 Washington, KY Hammett





Field Wilfred SMC 1785 Cartwright's Creek Settlement; Washington, KY Peden1





Fields Joseph SMC 1796 KY Reno





Fish Robert SMC bef 1802 Montgomery Co., MD Fresco Thomas Fish, Eleanor Priscilla Unknown SMC

Fitzpatrick Hugh SMC 1785 Cartwright's Creek Settlement; Nelson, KY Peden1





Flannigan


Hardin's Creek Settlement






Force Samuel

Breckenridge Co Settlement






Ford Charity SMC c 1772 TN>Warren, KY Reno Charles Allanson Ford, ??? John Jr. Billingsley CC John Billingsley, ???
Ford Ignatius SMC aft 1796 Washington, KY Reno John Ford, Elizabeth Mattingly Dorothy Abell SMC Samuel Abell, Eleanor Bryan
Ford Jesse CC bef 1800 Daviess, KY
William Ford ,Elizabeth Tate Della Prince


Ford John Gerard SMC 1814 Washington,KY Reno Bennet Ford, Susanna




Forrest Catherine CC 1785 KY>Perry, MO Obrist Thomas Forrest, Mary Catherine Spalding Henry Maurice McAtee CC Patrick McAtee and Anna Maria Shircliffe
Forrest Catherine CC 1785 KY>Perry, MO Obrist Thomas Forrest, Mary Catherine Spalding Elisha Vessells
James Vessels, Temperance Tippett
Forrest Catherine SMC 1786 Perry, MO Obrist Thomas Forrest, Mary Catherine Spalding Henry Maurice McAtee CC Patrick McAtee, Anna Maria Shircliffe
Forrest Elizabeth SMC c 1788 Washington, KY Reno Richard Forrest , Catherine Spalding Clement Jr. Spalding SMC Clement Spalding, Mary
Forrest Richard SMC 1788 Rolling Fork Settlement; Marion, KY Reno Richard Forest , Catherine Spalding Catherine Spalding SMC Benedict Joseph Spalding , Alethia Abell
Forrest Thomas SMC aft 1791 Perry, MO Reno Thomas Forrest, Henrietta Raley Mary Catherine Spalding SMC Thomas Spalding, Catherine Cooper
Forrest Thomas SMC 1788 Rolling Fork Settlement; Washington, KY Donnelly Richard Forest , Catherine Spalding Juliet Parsons


Forrest Zepheniah SMC c 1788 Rolling Fork Settlement Reno
Ann Mary Fenwick SMC Robert Fenwick & Mary
Fowler Charles SMC 1795 Washington, KY Hammett





Fowler Jeremiah PGC 1795 Madison, KY Hammett Jeremiah Fowler , Drucilla Isaac




Fowler John SMC bef 1801 Marion, KY Piercall Joseph Fowler Mary Piercall SMC Richard Piercall
Fowler Malinda Elinora SMC 1788 KY>Monroe,MO Hammett Joseph Fowler? Clement Piercall SMC Richard Pierceall
Fowler Sarah Catherine SMC 1788 Nelson, KY Fresco William Thomas Fowler, Mary Ann Mattingly Ignatius Mattingly SMC Leonard Mattingly, Mary Polly Hayden
French Anastasia SMC aft 1796 Union, KY Obrist John French, Monica Ignatius Drury SMC Peter Drury, Ann Bailey
French Ann SMC bef 1805 Nelson, KY Webb John French, Monica John Reynolds SMC

French Catherine SMC bef 1794 KY Donnelly4 Raphael Thomas French, Mary Ann Mead John Johnson


French Charles SMC bef 1798 Nelson, KY KYR James French, Susanna Melton Elizabeth French
Joseph French, Mary Norris
French Daniel SMC c 1788 Nelson, KY Reno William French, Roseanna Davis




French Elisha M. SMC bef 1794 Jasper, IN Donnelly4 Raphael Thomas French. Mary Ann Mead




French Elizabeth
bef 1810 KY>Nashville, TN Alexander
James Porter


French Elizabeth SMC bef 1811 Perry, MO Alexander Joseph French, Mary Ann Norris Charles Alexander French KY James French, Susanna Melton
French Elizabeth SMC bef 1813 Nelson, KY Donnelly4 Ignatius French, Elizabeth




French George SMC bef 1794 Hardin, KY Donnelly4 Raphael Thomas French. Mary Ann Mead




French Ignatius SMC 1785 Pottinger's Creek; Nelson, KY Webb John French, Elizabeth Elizabeth



French Ignatius SMC 1785 Nelson, KY Webb Martin French, Mary Browen Susannah



French Ignatius SMC bef 1813 Nelson, KY Donnelly4 Ignatius French, Elizabeth Mary Peake


French Ignatius SMC bef 1798 Nelson, KY KYR James French, Susanna Melton




French Ignatius SMC bef 1798 Nelson, KY KYR
Elizabeth Combs
William Combs, Jane Frances Greenleaf
French James SMC bef 1794 Hardin, KY Webb Ignatius French and Susanna Unknown Susanna Melton SMC Richard Melton, Margaret Cole
French Jeremiah SMC c 1788 Nelson, KY Reno William French, Roseanna Davis




French Joseph SMC 1785 KY>Perry, MO Donnelly4 Ignatius French, Elizabeth Mary Ann Norris
Rudolphus Norris, Dorothy Gant
French Mary SMC bef 1813 Nelson, KY Donnelly4 Ignatius French, Elizabeth Unknown Newton


French Mary SMC bef 1798 Nelson, KY KYR James French, Susanna Melton




French Mary SMC 1797 Washington, KY Peden3 Ignatius French, Elizabeth Bennett Spalding SMC Thomas Spalding, Henrietta Clarke
French Raphael Thomas SMC bef 1794 Hardin, KY Webb Ignatius French and Susanna Unknown Mary 'Ann' Mead


French Rodolph SMC c 1788 Nelson, KY Reno William French, Roseanna Davis




French Stephen T. SMC bef 1794 KY Donnelly4 Raphael Thomas French. Mary Ann Mead




French Susanna SMC c 1788 Nelson, KY Reno John French (d. 1770) John B Russell
William Russell, Ann
French Susannah SMC bef 1794 Hardin, KY KYR Raphael Thomas French. Mary Ann Mead James French


French Susannah SMC bef 1794 Hardin, KY KYR Raphael Thomas French. Mary Ann Mead Charles Bryan


French Thomas SMC bef 1798 Nelson, KY KYR James French, Susanna Melton Anna Bowles (Bolds) SMC Ignatius Bowles, Catherine Gough
French William SMC c 1788 Nelson, KY Donnelly5 Martin French, Mary Brown Roseanna Davis


French William SMC bef 1813 Nelson, KY Donnelly4 Ignatius French, Elizabeth Mary Polly Boone PGC Walter Boone, Mildred Edelen



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Mara I'm planing a trip to Ireland for research and I would like to know
where the French Castle, and other French sites are located. My line is
James French who came from Galway to St. Mary's, Md. & I believe he is
related to the French in Galway. I'm trying to find James father.
Thank you for your help
Lillian
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mara French" <marafrench@mindspring.com>
To: <FRENCH-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: [FRENCH-L]


> I've visited all the French sites in Galway and took photos. Several
> buildings show the French Coat of Arms dating back to 1650. The name
> was then spelled ffrench. Of that family, John and Prim ffrench live
> in Stockbridge, MA, and I've visited them several times in both
> places. I also had a tour of ffrench Castle of that line, and
> spent the day with the only remaining ffrench nobility, Baron
> Robuck ffrench, who is married to a German and have a young daughter.
> They let me copy by hand the history of their family. I wish I had
> had a copy machine. I have a lot of information on this line as well
> as the ones that branched from this line and moved to Frenchpark,
> Ireland. I believe the ffrench family first arrived in Wexford about
> 1200, and then proceeded on to Galway, but I don't have proof of this.
> I did go to the old ffrench cemetery in Wexford County and stayed
> with a ffrench family on their sheep farm. As I am in the process of
> moving and soon to retire, I'll have more time to get out these papers
> and put them on the web at http://www.FrenchFamilyAssoc.com Mara
>
> on 6/20/03 8:28 AM, tronan@sccoast.net at tronan@sccoast.net wrote:
>
> > I have begun reading up on the origins of the FRENCH family in Ireland.
From
> > "Galway Online" I have found this information and numerous other sites
that
> > tell the story of the Norman invaders eventually expelled during the
Cromwell
> > era. "Galway itself grew from a small fishing village in the Claddagh
area
> > and
> > became a walled town when Richard De Burgo and the Anglo Norman's
captured
> > local O' Flaherty territory in 1232. The Anglo-Normans are thought to
have
> > built the town walls around 1270. In 1396, Richard II granted a charter
to the
> > city, transferring power to fourteen merchant families or tribes (hence
> > Galway's name as the 'city of tribes'). Mostly English or Norman in
origin,
> > numerous clashes ensued between these families and leading Irish
families in
> > Connemara.
> > Clinging to its independent status, the ruling merchant families
continued to
> > remain loyal to the English crown. Galway's isolation, however,
encouraged a
> > very successful trade with Portugal and Spain and for a significant
period the
> > county enjoyed great prosperity. The tables were soon to turn, however,
> > following the arrival of Cromwell in 1651 and the besiegement of the
city.
> > This
> > event marked the beginning of a period of decline for Galway. With
Dublin and
> > Waterford claiming the important sea-traffic, trade with Spain was
almost at
> > an
> > end. Many years were now to pass before Galway would again enjoy such
bounty.
> > "
> > After the Anglo-Norman invasion in the 13th century the power of the
city was
> > divulged to 14 'Tribes', affluent families of English descent, and the
city
> > became known, famously, as the 'City of the Tribes. Their names were :
> > Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, ffont, French, Joyce, Kirwan,
> > Lynch,
> > Martin, Morris, and Skerritt.
> > Members of these families served as Burgesses, and as Mayors of Galway
up to
> > the capture of Galway by a Cromwellian army in 1652.
> >
> > My question: I am descended from the James FRENCH purported to have
arrived
> > in
> > St. Mary's county in 1671, transported as an indentured servent by
Thomas
> > Notley. The puzzle as to why a wealthy nobleman of Ireland would be in
> > servitude upon arriving in this country has been answered, but I'm
wondering
> > if
> > any of our FRENCH researchers have traced back the 15th and early 16th
century
> > FRENCH family from Galway.
> >




Marion-
Thank you so Much, please continue as you have time. Does this research take
this all the way to Jeremiah?
Dick French
Probably a chart 20 type..

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cludy52@aol.com>
To: <FRENCH-L@rootsweb.com>
Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 3:23 PM
Subject: [FRENCH-L] Installment 2 from history & Antiquities of Kilkenny


> Continuing from the old notes:
>
> In a book called "History and Antiquities of Kilkenny", by William Healy,
> P.P. page 270 is the following:
>
> "The names of De Fraxinete, De la Freyne, Freney, Freigne, and Ash were
> various surnames of the different branches of one great family of De
Frene, or
> French, which settled in this County in the early part of the 14th
Century, I
> believe, Rev. N. Murphy, P.P. Ballycallan wrote in 1878. "The family of
De Frene,
> or De Franxinus, claimed descent from Rollo, 1st Duke of Normandy, who
> married Gisha, daughter of Charles the Simple, King of France. The Third
son of
> this marriage, Harlovan, was the father of another Harlovan, who left a
son Fulk,
> who left a son Maximilian, who left a son Alexander, who left a son,
Alforin
> (sp), who was a contemporary of William the Conqueror, and of his English
> invasion, and from Alforin, or Dalforain, the race of Frayne descends."
>
> On page 61 of this book there is mention of a Patrick de la Freyne, or
> French, who was knighted by his Royal Highness, the Duke of Clarence, Lord
> Lieutenant of Ireland, and younger son of Sir Fulco de la Frayne, surnamed
Le
> Chevalier, A.D. 1318.
>
> No date on this note either. More to follow later.
>
> Regards - Marion Scherer
>
>
>
>




The following was part of a set of genealogy notes that were included in
family history research conducted by my great aunt and her cousin. I will
transcribe additional notes as time permits, so this is installment one.

I have no idea how or if this information connects to my French family, Chart
179, Jeremiah French, Revolutionary War Veteran, NJ, NY, PA and possibly CT.
It is my belief that my great aunt and her cousin were conducting a one name
study.

HISTORY OF GALWAY
source unknown

The following extract relative to the name "French" is taken from the M.S. of
O'Luinin.

"The Genealogy of the Ffrenches of England lineally descend from Sir
Theophilus Ffrench, a most valiant knight, who accompanied William the Conqueror in
his expedition to England and was present with him at the great Battle of
Hastings, deriving his pedigree from Sir Maximillian de Ffrench, who was a son of
Harloven Jr., son of Rollo the Strong, alias Robert, 1st Duke of Normandy; as
Sir Thomas Haaley, king of Arms, in England 28 Henry VIII gives an account, in
the ancient and authentic annals of that kingdom."

Sir Humphry French, knight banneret, married Arabella, daughter and heiress
of Sir Charles Harley, of Ormuch, in Wales Knight, and by her had issue of five
sons and 2 daughters as follows:

1. Christopher French
2. Walter French
3. Patrick French
4. Nicholas French
5. John French
6. Mary French
7. Julian French

>From Christopher and Walter are descended the families of Ffrench of England;
and from Patrick and Nicholas are descended the Ffrenches of Ireland who
seated themselves in the lands of Balle-Ma-Cuoec, near Wexford, as the Bishop of
Ferns gives an account in his annals.

Patrick French had a son named Walter French who settled near Galway, in
Connaught, where he married the daughter and sole heiress of John Athie, of a
worthy family of great antiquity, and from him are descended the family of
Ffrenches of Connaught.

John French, the 5th son of Sir Humphry French, is stated to have setteled in
Scotland, where he married Jane, daughter of Hon. James Lindsay, 3rd brother
of Thomas, Earl of Crawford, and from his descend the families of Ffrenches of
Scotland. The account concludes with the pedigree of Sir Humphrey French
descended from Maximillian, the first of the name.

Continuing:

James French was elected a burgess of Wexford, elected by the town as
representative to Parliment at Westminister in 1376. It was a coincidence that the
late Lord French was elected Catholic delegate to the town of Wexford.

A branch of the family removed from Galway to County Roscommon at an early
period and from it is descended the family of Frenchpark in that County. Their
cemetery, in the old abbey of Clonshanville, County Roscommon, bears their
arms with this inscription:

"Pray for the soul of Patrick French, Fitzstephen, of Galway, Burgess, who
lived in this world 86 years."

Richard French, FitzPeter, died in March 1628, possessed of the ruined castle
and lands of Dongendricke, Gragalabane (sp), Lonnlagihie, the castle of
Menlagh and in the barony of Tyaquin, Tyrenkille and several other lands in Iar
Connaught, of which he "enfeoffed", Jasper French, Patrick French, Marcus Lynch
and other of Galway, to the use of his son, Nicholas Jr.

Patrick Begg French died February 6, 1630, seized the castle of Monyvea, with
the lands of Plenemaedra, Derryadda, Knocketabber, Carraleigh, and
Garlemerrin, which descended to his son and heir Robert Ffrench.

Ffrench.

This family is descended from Sir Maximillian Ffrench, the 1st of the name,
whose descendants accompanied their kinsman, William the Conqueror, into
England. Their original place of settlement in Ireland, together with many other
English and Anglo Norman adventurers, was the County of Wexford, from whence, in
process of time, they gradually spread to other parts of the kingdom. Two
families of the name settled at different times in Galway. The first, with
Walter French in the reign of Henry VI about the year 1425; and the other with
Henry Begg French in the reign of Elizabeth, since which time, they have ranked
amongst the most considerable in the Province.

The family of Castle Ffrench, near Abascragh, County Galway, was raised to
dignity of Peerage in 1798. The Right Honorable Charles Baron French, of Castle
Ffrench is the present Lord.

The other branches of this respectable name are those of Ballinchalla, now of
Beagh, Carrorea (sp), Elmhill, Ffrenchgrove, Monevea, Portcain, Rahasane, and
Tyrone, in County Galway, Ballykencove, and Cullrane (sp) in County Mayo, and
Foxgorough, French Park, Port, Rocksavage, and Snipehill, in County
Roscommon.

Arms: Ermine, a Chevron, Sable
Crest: a Dolphin, embowed upon rocks, proper.
Motto: One heart, one mind

There is no date on the notes. I'm assuming that they were collected between
1920 and 1945 prior to my great aunt's death.

More to follow.

Marion Scherer
Chart 179









Hi Lillian, best would be to contact John and Prim ffrench
in Stockbridge. They gave me the name of the streets where
the French coat of arms is in stucco on some of the buildings,
but I had to look for them. As I remember, they are higher on
buildings, about on the 2nd or 3rd floor, and about 1 1/2' in
diameter. There are French gravestones, I believe of a Peter
French, in a closed churchyard in Galway. The ffrench Castle
is on the map about 1 hr due east of Galway near a town called
Ballinashoe. It belongs to a private residence, not the French
family. Baron Robuck ffrench lives in another castle where he
could keep his horses about 15 minutes north of ffrench Castle,
which is on top of a hill with no place for horses. There are
mostly paths around that area and no street names because
property owners own all the land. This is all from memory
because that information is still in boxes after my move.

I haven't completed all the lineages of Galway ffrenches,
but there are Heritage books in U.S. libraries that have
pages and pages on that family. Robuck's name is in those
books also. I would suggest doing a lot of research in the
U.S. first from the Heritage red volumes before you go. Or,
do research in the Dublin National Library. I was overwhelmed
by the number of Frenches -- it would take a lifetime to do
just those Frenches and separate them into families, most of
them stayed in Ireland and never immigrated to America. About
Castle ffrench -- the only one I know of who immigrated from
Castle ffrench to America was John ffrench of Stockbridge.
Here is some information on it:
Castle ffrench, Ahascragh, County Galway. An elegant ashlar-faced house of 3
storeys over a basement, built 1779 by Sir Charles ffrench, Mayor of Galway;
replacing a late C17 house on a different site which itself replaced a
castle built by the ffrench family soon after they bought the estate in late
C16. 5 bay entrance front with 3 bay breakfront, the outer bays being very
wide. Fanlighted and pilastered doorcase; solid roof parapet with urns. 3
bay sie; 4 bay rear elevation with twin round-headed windows in the centre,
lighting the main and secondary staircases. Interior platerwork of a style
characteristic to Co. Galway, with delicate naturalistic foliage and flower
swags. Foliage and trophies on ceiling of hall; Irish harps and other
emblems in drawing room frieze; flowers, foliage and birds in sideboard
alcove of dining room. Doors and shutters of handsome joinery, with
octagonal- and lozenge-shaped panels. Slightly curing staircase behind hall
with balustrade of plain slender wooden uprights. Early in C19, 2nd Lord
ffrench lost a great deal of money owing to the carelessness of the manager
of the family bank; the family fortunes suffered a further blow with the
Famine, when 3rd Lord ffrench refused to collect any rents from his tenants;
so that in 1848 Castle ffrench had to be sold. It was, however, bought back
by the parents of the 7th Lord ffrench 1919.

Robuck John Peter Charles Mario ffrench, 8th Baron and 9th Baronet: b. 14
March 1956, s 1986; ed Ampleforth, and Blackrock, Co. Dublin: m. 1987 Dorthe
Marie-Louise, dau. of Capt. Wilhelm Schauer of Zurich, Switzerland, and has
issue: Tara Else Sofia Eleonora, b. 1993. Robuck's uncle is John ffrench
of Stockbridge. My files online don't show a James French or any other
French who immigrated from Galway.
The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the
United Kingdom, London, The St. Catherine Press, 1926.

There's also another ffrench Castle in Monivea of another ffrench family
who immigrated to Australia. There's a lot of research to be done in that
area, especially of any French who immigrated to America. When did your
James immigrate to America? When are you going on your trip?

1. James2 French (Martin1 French) was born 1650 in Galway, Ireland
(Source: www.familytreemaker.com/users/m/c/c/Mary-D-Mccauley-SC,
supplemented by a letter from Joseph French of Louisville, KY), and died Bef
18 Mar 1733/34 in St Mary's Co., MD (Source: Maryland Calandar of Wills,
Vol 7). He married Elizabeth Meekin, daughter of William Meekin and
Margaret Beard.

Notes
In 1671, at the age of 21, James French had his passage from Galway,
Ireland, where his French family was much distinguished, long the Mayors of
Galway. They orignated with a Norman family and immigrated to Ireland
before 1400 as per Joseph French of Louisville as per letter to Paula
Russell, prussell@centuryinter.net.

Children of James French and Elizabeth Meekin are:
+ 2 i. Martin3 French, born Abt 1680 in SMC, MD; died 4 Apr
1716 in SMC, MD.
3 ii. Francis French, born 1640-1675; died Aft 1685.
+ 4 iii. Mary French, born Abt 1670 in St. Mary's Co, MD;
died 21 Aug 1724
in St Mary Co., MD.

or...

James French, b. ca. 1686 of Scotch ancestory from the North of Ireland, m.
ca. 1722 to Elizabeth, will dated 2 Nov 1741, d. 3 May 1743 on his
plantation in Prince William County, VA.

Best of Luck, Mara

on 1/5/04 7:58 AM, jedlhd at jedlhd@prodigy.net wrote:

> Mara I'm planing a trip to Ireland for research and I would like to know
> where the French Castle, and other French sites are located. My line is
> James French who came from Galway to St. Mary's, Md. & I believe he is
> related to the French in Galway. I'm trying to find James father.
> Thank you for your help
> Lillian
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mara French" <marafrench@mindspring.com>
> To: <FRENCH-L@rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Friday, June 20, 2003 12:03 PM
> Subject: Re: [FRENCH-L]
>
>
>> I've visited all the French sites in Galway and took photos. Several
>> buildings show the French Coat of Arms dating back to 1650. The name
>> was then spelled ffrench. Of that family, John and Prim ffrench live
>> in Stockbridge, MA, and I've visited them several times in both
>> places. I also had a tour of ffrench Castle of that line, and
>> spent the day with the only remaining ffrench nobility, Baron
>> Robuck ffrench, who is married to a German and have a young daughter.
>> They let me copy by hand the history of their family. I wish I had
>> had a copy machine. I have a lot of information on this line as well
>> as the ones that branched from this line and moved to Frenchpark,
>> Ireland. I believe the ffrench family first arrived in Wexford about
>> 1200, and then proceeded on to Galway, but I don't have proof of this.
>> I did go to the old ffrench cemetery in Wexford County and stayed
>> with a ffrench family on their sheep farm. As I am in the process of
>> moving and soon to retire, I'll have more time to get out these papers
>> and put them on the web at http://www.FrenchFamilyAssoc.com Mara
>>
>> on 6/20/03 8:28 AM, tronan@sccoast.net at tronan@sccoast.net wrote:
>>
>>> I have begun reading up on the origins of the FRENCH family in Ireland.
> From
>>> "Galway Online" I have found this information and numerous other sites
> that
>>> tell the story of the Norman invaders eventually expelled during the
> Cromwell
>>> era. "Galway itself grew from a small fishing village in the Claddagh
> area
>>> and
>>> became a walled town when Richard De Burgo and the Anglo Norman's
> captured
>>> local O' Flaherty territory in 1232. The Anglo-Normans are thought to
> have
>>> built the town walls around 1270. In 1396, Richard II granted a charter
> to the
>>> city, transferring power to fourteen merchant families or tribes (hence
>>> Galway's name as the 'city of tribes'). Mostly English or Norman in
> origin,
>>> numerous clashes ensued between these families and leading Irish
> families in
>>> Connemara.
>>> Clinging to its independent status, the ruling merchant families
> continued to
>>> remain loyal to the English crown. Galway's isolation, however,
> encouraged a
>>> very successful trade with Portugal and Spain and for a significant
> period the
>>> county enjoyed great prosperity. The tables were soon to turn, however,
>>> following the arrival of Cromwell in 1651 and the besiegement of the
> city.
>>> This
>>> event marked the beginning of a period of decline for Galway. With
> Dublin and
>>> Waterford claiming the important sea-traffic, trade with Spain was
> almost at
>>> an
>>> end. Many years were now to pass before Galway would again enjoy such
> bounty.
>>> "
>>> After the Anglo-Norman invasion in the 13th century the power of the
> city was
>>> divulged to 14 'Tribes', affluent families of English descent, and the
> city
>>> became known, famously, as the 'City of the Tribes. Their names were :
>>> Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, Darcy, Deane, ffont, French, Joyce, Kirwan,
>>> Lynch,
>>> Martin, Morris, and Skerritt.
>>> Members of these families served as Burgesses, and as Mayors of Galway
> up to
>>> the capture of Galway by a Cromwellian army in 1652.
>>>
>>> My question: I am descended from the James FRENCH purported to have
> arrived
>>> in
>>> St. Mary's county in 1671, transported as an indentured servent by
> Thomas
>>> Notley. The puzzle as to why a wealthy nobleman of Ireland would be in
>>> servitude upon arriving in this country has been answered, but I'm
> wondering
>>> if
>>> any of our FRENCH researchers have traced back the 15th and early 16th
> century
>>> FRENCH family from Galway.
>>>
>
>



The Frenches of Galway,

The Frenches of Galway, one of the largest and most important of the Galway Tribe families. The founder of the line was Walter French, about whom a fair amount is known. Walter French was settled in the town of Galway by at least the year 1440, when his name appears on a writ of Henry VI concerning "divers disputes" which "had previously arisen between John, son of Henry Blake, of Galway, and Henry Lynch, William Lynch, William Blake, Walter French" and several others, including "Walter, the son of John Athy". John Athy was Walter French's father-in-law. Incidentally, this document (No 32) included in the Blake Family Records and dated April 13, 1440 (18 Henry VI) looks very much like being the origin of the claim, shown to be without foundation by Martin J Blake, that Walter French was sent to Galway as a judge by Henry VI in order to settle a dispute between the Blakes and the Athys. Blake includes four other documents containing references to Walter French, the last of which, No 43, dated September 30, 1445, describes him as "Sovereign of Galway", a position roughly equivalent to that of mayor, an office that only came into existence after the Charter granted by Richard III in 1485. Record No 54, dated October 23, 1453, includes the names of James French and John French, two of Walter French's sons, who are listed as witnesses to a deed of grant by William Blake FitzGeoffrey, and his sons, to John FitzWalter Blake, burgess of Athenry. From the absence of further references to Walter French, it would be reasonable to assume that he was dead by this date. Burke's Irish Landed Families states that Walter French was Sovereign (ie Chief Magistrate) of Galway from 1444 to 1445. Although he is not listed among the Sovereigns included in Corporation Book A, the earliest record of Galway's administrative history, there is a large gap between Edward Lynch, Sovereign from 1434 to 1444, and William Dubh Lynch FitzJames, Sovereign in 1460. However, the documents included in the Blake Family Records not only confirm that he was Sovereign in September 1445, but also that his term of office began in 1444. For it was the practice to elect the Sovereign, as with the mayor after the Charter of 1485 established this position, at Michaelmas, September 29. Record No 43 is dated the September 30, the day after the feast, and Nicholas Skyret (Skerrett), described as Sovereign of Galway, had been elected the previous day. Walter French, although no longer Sovereign, is still given the title as a courtesy. Walter French married Mary, daughter of John Athy, Sovereign of Galway 1427-28, with issue: Nicholas French married Elizabeth (or Catherine), daughter of Thomas Browne and Annabelle (or Mabel) Browne; Annabelle's father was William Browne, Provost of Athenry in 1420. James French, John French, Mary French married John Browne, son of Thomas Browne and Mabel, daughter of William Browne, Provost of Athenry in 1420 (her brother, Nicholas, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Browne), with issue, William Browne, who married Mary Athy; their eldest son, John, who died at the Battle of Knockmoy in 1504, married Honoria de Burgo, with issue, Stephen Browne, who married (as his first wife) Eveline, daughter of Geoffrey Lynch, Mayor 1487. Their eldest son, Andrew Blake, was Mayor in 1574; their second son, William Blake, married Anastasia, daughter of Valentine Blake by his wife, Eveline, daughter of Geoffrey French of Mulpit. Julianne French married John Blake (I) of Renvyle, eldest son of Henry Blake the elder (who probably died c1451) by his first wife (name unknown). John Blake probably died some time after 1468 (his will is dated March 18, 1468; his executors were John Blake, the son of William Blake, and Nicholas French. One of the overseers of the will was Robert/Robuck French). • Robert/Robuck French FitzWalter.
















The Ffrench Family

Arms. Ermine, a chevron, sable. Crest. A Dolphin, embowed, upon rocks, proper. Motto. One heart, one mind.

It is recorded that Sir Humphrey De Freyne accompanied Strongbow to Ireland in 1172. The Norman origin of the De Freynes is from the Latin 'Fraxinuf' - an Ash Tree. It seems that Sir Humphrey's descendant Walter was the first to settle in Connaught, at Galway, where he married Mary, the daughter of John Athy Sovereign (Mayor) of Galway in 1473 and another Tribe of Galway was founded. Over the centuries the French's were to become powerful and respected traders in salt. Walter French became Sovereign of Galway in 1445. A descendant of his, Patrick French was a burgess of the town of Galway and before 1636 he had acquired as mortgages and by purchase, extensive landed property in Counties Sligo and Roscommon. he was deprived of a considerable portion of his property in 1636 by Sir Thomas Wentworth (Earl of Stafford), then Lord Deputy of Ireland. However, in 1656, Patrick French, by decrees of Cromwellian Commissioners, was allotted 6,000 acres in Co. Roscommon. he died in 1669 "at his mansion house of Dun Gar (now called French Park), built by himself". He was buried in the Dominican Abbey near Frenchpark in a vault near the belfry on which are engraved the arms of his family and this inscription:- "Pray for the soul of Patrick French Fitz Stephen, of Galway, burgess, who lived in this world eighty-six years""

He had six sons and it was from his second son, Dominick, that the De Freyne family is descended. Dominick was succeeded by his eldest son, John, who in turn was succeeded by his eldest son, John (called Tiarna Mor or the Great Landowner). His successor was Arthur, his eldest son, who was elected Knight of the Shire for Roscommon in 1721. His successor was John (Shane Dhu), M.P. for Roscommon from 1743 until his death in 1775, in which year he and his brother Robert were drowned while crossing by boat to England. He was on his way to London to be called to the House of Peers as Lord Dungal. Shane Dhu was succeeded by his brother Arthur, also an M.P., who refused to accept the peerage promised to his brother. His successor at Frenchpark was his son, also named Arthur who in turn was succeeded by his son, also called Arthur (the third Arthur in a row). The latter Arthur became the first Baron De Freyne of Artagh (May 1839) and in 1851 he received a second peerage, Baron De Freyne of Coolavin. He died without issue and was succeeded by his brother John who was a parson in Co. Kilkenny, and when the latter died without an heir, a third brother Charles became the third Baron De Freyne.

The third Baron married a local girl from Fairymount named Catherine Maree, daughter of Luke Maree. She was a Catholic and their children were Catholics. The first of their family, Arthur, became the fourth Baron. He was born in 1855 and he was married twice. His first wife, Lady Laura Octavia Dundas died four years after their marriage. They had a son Arthur Reginald who became the fifth Baron and a daughter. By his second marriage to Marie Georgina Lamb there were five children.

The fifth Baron De Freyne (Arthur Reginald) was killed in France during World War I (May 9th, 1915 the same day as his stepbrother, George Philip was killed in action. The title thus devolved on another stepbrother, Frances Charles, (the sixth Baron), who died in 1935. His son Francis Arthur John French is the present Lord De Freyne, who was born in 1927. He and his three sisters, Patricia, Patience and Faith emigrated when the Land Commission took over the last of their estate. He now resides in England and is a prominent member of the House of Lords and he has three children, Charles, Vanessa and Patrick.

Another member of the French family was George Arthur French. He was born in June 1842. He was the eldest son of John French. In his youth he gained entrance to the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, England. Having served in the various ranks, he was appointed to the Royal Artillery.

Following a request from the Canadian Government, George Arthur French was despatched to Canada where he became Inspector of Artillery. He was later appointed head of the school of Gunnery in Kingston.

Sir John MacDonald, the then prime minister of Canada, was in the process of setting up a Canadian Police Force to maintain law and order in the "Wild West". This mounted police was to be modelled on the Royal Irish Constabulary and George Arthur French was appointed first commander of the North West Mounted Rifle in 1873 by the Canadian prime minister. He presided over the force as Lieutenant Colonel George French.

The force changed it's name to the North West Mounted Police and subsequently took the title of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, better known as the Mounties.

For sixteen years his brother, John French, served in various military establishments before he joined the North West Mounted Police. He received many honours for his first rate horsemanship and headed up a battalion of mounted police in a rebellion. His troops were known as "French's Scouts" and John French distinguished himself with many acts of bravery. However, he died in combat and "French's Scouts" which he founded, was disbanded.

George Arthur French attained the rank of Major General in the Canadian Police Force and was knighted in 1902. He died in 1921 and his funeral was attended by King George V.







Well, after sending message off to you, found quite a bit more. This
book has many reference to the Ffrench family of Galway, and others from
Cork, Frenchgrove, and Cuskenny (related to those of Galway).

Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II
Author: Martin J. Blake
Call Number: R929.2 B63 v. 2

A chronological catalog with notes, appendices, and the genealogies of
many branches of the Blake family.

Bibliographic Information: Blake, Martin J. Blake Family Records
1600-1700 vol. 2. London: Elliot Stock, 1905.
No. 70.
Deed of release made by Nicholas Blake fitz Nicholas of
A.D. 1634. Galway, gent., to his brother John Blake fitz Nicholas
of October 10. Galway, merchant, of the releasor's
"child's portion and all
other demaunds whatsoever thereon depending." Attested
under the hand and seal of said Nicholas. Dated October 10,
1634. Signed: "Nicholas Blake." [Seal lost.] Witnesses:
"Walter Blake fitz Ar., Martin Ffrench fitz Gregory, Geffrey
Lynch fitz Edmond, Peeter Browne, Martin Blake."

No. 71.
Deed of mortgage, by way of lease for ninety-nine years at
A.D. 1634. the yearly rent of 12 pence, made by John Blake fitz
Nicholas October 13. of the town of Galway, merchant,
Walter Blake fitz Arthur of
the same, burgess, Andrew Browne fitz Dominick and Martin
Ffrench fitz Gregory of the same, merchants, unto Nicholas
Blake fitz Nicholas of the same, gentleman, of the castle and
one quarter of land of Kiltorrogg, in consideration of the sum
of œ100 paid by said Nicholas to said John Blake. Dated
October 13, 1634. Attested under the hands and seals of
the mortgagors. [Signatures and seals torn off.] Witnesses:
"Geffrey Lynch fitz Edmond, Peeter Browne, Martin Blake."

These are the 'Hits' from this book:
1: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 49
said portion was to be restored. 6. If the wife of said Marcus Ffrench
had absolutely promised the first interest of said Marcus, in Alderman
Francis Blake's house ... 96%
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2: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 15
"Jasper Martyne." [Seal lost.] Witnesses: "James Kirwan fitz Japhery;
John Ffrenche; Johneg Lynch fitz Nic." Page 21 No. 34. A.D. 1621. Deed
of mortgage by John Blake ... 96%
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3: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 16
[Seal lost.] Witnesses: "Stiphen Lynche fitz James; Walter Deane;
Jeffrey Ffrench; Thomas O'Munieghane, his sign." No. 39. A.D. 1621.
Chancery Inquisition, County ... 96%
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4: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 18
22, 1621. Signed: "Walter Blake." Witnesses: "Oliver Rochfort, Martin
Ffrench fitz Gregory, Tiughe Dowde." No. 43. A.D. 1622. Deed of grant
whereby Walter Blake of ... 96%
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5: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 19
the feoffees mentioned in Date? Record 45, to John Ffrench fitz
Vallentine, Dominicke but p? Ffrench, and Christopher Ffrench, in
consideration of "three of sa? hundred ... 96%
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6: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 20
Ballymacroe were to be paid, to James Joies 30, to the heirs of Edmund
Ffrench 14, to the Friars of St. Francis towards the building of the old
Abbey of St. Francis ... 96%
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7: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 21
between Juliane, daughter of Valentine A.D. 1624. Ffrench, widow and
relict of Nicholas Blake, and John Blake, February 8. son and heir of
said Nicholas. Whereas ... 96%
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8: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 22
by the 40th parte of a Knight's fee: Wee find that Gillyan Blake al's
Ffrench was lawful wiffe unto the said Nicholas, and as yett lyving and
is dowable of the premisses." ... 96%
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9: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 23
Liskennavan, Moyler Brymigham of Concha, James O'Trehy of Garran,
Patrick Ffrench of Monevan, Ulick Bourke of Lehardan, Nicholas Ffrench
of Menlagh, Edmund McHenry ... 96%
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10: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 24
award between John Blake fitz Nicholas of Galway, August 16. merchant,
and Robucke Ffrench fitz Sander of Athenry, merchant. Whereas
controversy had long depended ... 96%
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11: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 25
No. 64. Bond for 200 given by Dominick Ffrench fitz Walter of A.D. 1630.
BalRobyine in the county of Mayo, Esq., and William November 1 Crone
Stanton of Clownkeane ... 96%
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12: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 26
and seals of the obligors. Dated November 10, 1630. Signed: "Domynicke
Ffrenche, William Crone Stantone." [Seal affixed.] The condition of the
obligation was to secure ... 96%
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13: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 27
to some of the Towns where the said Courts are kept." Signed: "Chr.
Ffrench, agent for the petitioners." No. 68. A.D. 1634. Deed of
conveyance in fee simple by Walter ... 96%
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14: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 28
the same, burgess, Andrew Browne fitz Dominick and Martin Ffrench fitz
Gregory of the same, merchants, unto Nicholas Blake fitz Nicholas of the
same, gentleman, of ... 96%
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15: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 30
1639. Signed: "Catherine Ranie, her mark." [Seal lost.] Witnesses:
"Jaspar Ffrench, Peeter Page 30 Previous Page | Next Page | Book
Beginning | Search Book GenealogyLibrary.com ... 96%
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16: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 31
Page Page 31 Joes, Nicholas Bodkine, Martin Blake, Valentine Ffrenche
fitz John." No. 83. A.D. 1639. Bond for 400 given by the Portreeve,
Burgesses and November-. ... 96%
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17: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 38
"Captain July 20. Nicholas Bodkin of Galway, Martin Ffrench fitz
Gregory, Esq., Coronor of the said town, Martin Blake, James Blake, and
Nicholas Blake, of the same, ... 96%
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18: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 41
assignment of 80 to the use of Peetter Darcey, and directed 20. to
Edmund Ffrench, collector for this present levy chardged uppon Cattle in
the Barrony of Killtarton; ... 96%
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19: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 42
the Publicque, of the which sum an assignment of 50 ster. issued to
Edmond Ffrench, collector in the Barrony of Killtartan, to be paid to
Richard Martyn, Esq., Cheefe ... 96%
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20: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 43
West, the King's street in the North, Henry Joyce's house and Peeter
Ffrench's tenements in the East, and James Bodkine and Patrick Kirwan's
gardens in the South; ... 96%
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21: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 44
A.D. ? Nicholas of Galway, Alderman, and his feoffees, Martin Ffrench
May 2? fitz Gregory, burgess, James Blake fitz Nicholas, "now one of the
Sheriffs of the Town ... 96%
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22: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 47
read to him in presence of said Thomas, Andrew Lynch fitz Dominick,
Francis Ffrench, Edmond Unhye Burke, and Nicholas Blake fitz John, who
attested the said will, ... 96%
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23: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 48
Articles of agreement between Sir Thomas Blake, Baronet, and May 28.
Marcus Ffrench concerning an intended marriage between Sir Thomas and
Mary Ffrench, daughter ... 96%
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24: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 59
1666. Signed: "Thomas Blake." Witnesses: "Fran. Blake, Patr. Ffrench,
Hen. Ffrench, Tho. Fleming." No. 155. Patrick Kirwan to his
brother-in-law Anthony Fallon: letter ... 96%
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25: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 60
"Exhibited before us this 5th August, 1706, Da. Hamilton, Mar. Ffrench,
Rich. Martin, He. Lynch." No. 157. A.D. 1668. Deed of indemnity given by
Sir Thomas Blake, ... 96%
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26: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 63
Signed: "John Blake." [Seal appended.] Witnesses: "Igna. Ffrench,
Patricke Blake, James Blake, Henry Blake, Hen. Lynch, John Lynch." No.
165. A.D. 1671. Deed of settlement ... 96%
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27: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 73
Attested under the hands and seals of the mortgagors. Signed: "Nicholas
ffrench, Nis ffrench." Witnesses: "Rich. Lynch, Tho. Skerrett, James
Lynch, Wm. Lynch, Sebastian ... 96%
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28: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 76
above mentioned Gregory French, and the mortgagors, Nicholas Ffrench,
senior, of Abbert, and his grandson, Nicholas Ffrench, junior; they were
sold about 1835 by ... 96%
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29: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 81
p. 130), but by her had no issue; he married secondly, Juliana, daughter
of Valentine ffrench, and died intestate January 30, 1621 (ing. p.m.
October 10 that year) ... 96%
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30: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 85
of whom presently: He married in 1830 his second wife, Nicola, third
daughter of Robert Ffrench of Monivea, Co. Galway, by whom (who survived
him, and died January ... 96%
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31: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 95
dated December 22, 1835). Hon. Margaret, only daughter of Charles
Austin, third Baron Ffrench of Castle Ffrench, Co. Galway, by his wife
Maria, daughter of John Browne ... 96%
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32: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 102
Co. Galway. He married as his first wife, on May 8, 1780, Anne, only
child of Martin Ffrench of Frenchfort, by whom he had issue one son and
two daughters, viz.: ... 96%
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33: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 107
Brownestown, and died in 1876, leaving issue. 10. Victoria, married
first, Hon. Thomas ffrench, who died sine prole in May, 1859; and
secondly, General Andrew Browne, ... 96%
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34: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 108
in the barony of Tyrawley, Co. Mayo; he married Mary, eldest daughter of
Sir Peter Ffrench of Galway, Knight, and died circa 1628, having had
issue by her (who survived ... 96%
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35: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 109
previously of Newgrove, Co. Galway. He married, in 1739, Marcia Maria,
daughter of Marcus Ffrench of Rahassane, Co. Galway, by whom (who died
October 16, 1743) he ... 96%
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36: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 113
He married Mary, daughter of Patrick Darcy by his wife Mary, eldest
daughter of Sir Peter Ffrench, Knight, and widow of Peter Blake (see
BLAKE OF ARDFRY, ante, p. ... 96%
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37: Blake Family Records 1600-1700 Vol II, Page 142
in 1650-51, was knighted by the Lord Deputy, the Marquis of Ormonde, in
May, 1649. Charles Ffrench of Page 237 Clogher (otherwise
Castle-ffrench), a lineal descendant ...



Now also found reference to names Valentin, James, John, Patrick, and
several others (these aren't those from our tree but I expect there is a
relationship) in "Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland" [database
online]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2002. Original data: Sir Bernard
Burke. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of
Great Britain and Ireland. London, England: Hurst and Blackett, 1855.

I haven't been thru all the records yet, but many of these do seem to at
least validate the existence of the Ffrench/French name in Galway and
provides some names that occur repeatedly in our ancestry.


charles french wrote:
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>
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> and i am too cheap to pay them 100 bucks for the
> occasional use of same.
> If you do have access what's it say about
> James?
> I will send you the chart along when i recieve it
> from Tom.
> Charles
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Re: theophilus de frensche & maximillian de freigne
Posted by: Elliott Myles (ID *****1149) Date: August 23, 2004 at 09:33:36
In Reply to: theophilus de frensche & maximillian de freigne by charles french of 5194


Cousin Charles:

You are referring to a statement by Charles Newton French in his genealogy "Aaron French & His Descendants" (Chicago, IL: Privatly Printed, 1910):

“The French family originated in France during the tenth century. The name is not taken from the French people but, as originally written (Frene or de la Frene), signifies “ash tree.” Sir Maximillian de French was a direct descendant of Harlovan, son of Rollo, Duke of Normandy, and his wife, Gisella, daughter of Charles, the Simple, King of France; he had a son Sir Theophilus French (Freyne) who accompanied William, the Conqueror, to England, and was present at battle of Hastings, October 14, 1066."

Rollo (say 860 – say 962) and his wife Poppea, daughter of Berengar a West Frankish Count, were known to be the parents of William Longsword, Count of Rouen and Duke of Normandy, and Gerloc also called Adele, who married the Count of Aquitaine. There is no record in the accepted Royal genealogies of a son named Harlovan. While Rollo’s Eleventh Century biographer, the monk Dudo of St. Quentin, wrote that Rollo married, as his second wife, Gisela, daughter of Charles the Simple, King of France, Gisela does not otherwise appear in the Frankish records as a child of Charles the Simple.

Almost 500 years had passed by the time Jacob French was born in 1555 in Essex. My guess is that C. N. French either invented a romantic fiction or was referring to a tradition of the De Freyne family of Galway, Ireland.

Elliott Myles




Re: theophilus de frensche & maximillian de freigne
Posted by: Elliott Myles (ID *****1149) Date: August 23, 2004 at 09:33:36
In Reply to: theophilus de frensche & maximillian de freigne by charles french of 5248


Cousin Charles:

You are referring to a statement by Charles Newton French in his genealogy "Aaron French & His Descendants" (Chicago, IL: Privatly Printed, 1910):

“The French family originated in France during the tenth century. The name is not taken from the French people but, as originally written (Frene or de la Frene), signifies “ash tree.” Sir Maximillian de French was a direct descendant of Harlovan, son of Rollo, Duke of Normandy, and his wife, Gisella, daughter of Charles, the Simple, King of France; he had a son Sir Theophilus French (Freyne) who accompanied William, the Conqueror, to England, and was present at battle of Hastings, October 14, 1066."

Rollo (say 860 – say 962) and his wife Poppea, daughter of Berengar a West Frankish Count, were known to be the parents of William Longsword, Count of Rouen and Duke of Normandy, and Gerloc also called Adele, who married the Count of Aquitaine. There is no record in the accepted Royal genealogies of a son named Harlovan. While Rollo’s Eleventh Century biographer, the monk Dudo of St. Quentin, wrote that Rollo married, as his second wife, Gisela, daughter of Charles the Simple, King of France, Gisela does not otherwise appear in the Frankish records as a child of Charles the Simple.

Almost 500 years had passed by the time Jacob French was born in 1555 in Essex. My guess is that C. N. French either invented a romantic fiction or was referring to a tradition of the De Freyne family of Galway, Ireland.

Elliott Myles




Received this letter from Charles French


Tom & Teddy this is all i recieved from Shannon on
James Frenchs brother, disregard all the rest of
the moaning and groaning,,,Charles

Note: forwarded message attached.


Ed,
Sorry I haven't been able to get back to you. Everything here seems to have snow balled. Can't keep up with things.Had to get a physical plus alot of tests run because I turn the big 65 this month and had to have everything finished before the 1st of November. Still need to get my left eye checked by a specialists. The optometrist thought I might be getting Glaucoma. I don't think so but guess its better to be safe than sorry.
Got behind on things when I was sick those two months and I can't seem to catch up with my house work or correspondence. Seems as though I'm on the road continously with Paula. It is just like when the kids where little but there is no one to carpool with.
Are you planning on a big Thanksgiving this year. Our family is small. Karen's Mother-In-Law is having Thanksgiving this year. We will have Christmas Eve and not sure about Christmas Day yet.
You asked about James Frenchs brother. His name according to Father French was Robert French and he stayed in Ireland. I have no proof of that. Supposedly some of his cousins (Tree Shakers) from Texas gave him this info. Her last name was Leona Hilsabeck, she was related to the James French side, our side is Rapahel his brother.
How is everyone in your family? Mine has been on the sick list. Larry had to have part of his total knee replaced, he had worn part of it out. A week post op and doing great. Gene had a bad reaction to a drug they gave him for a facial nerve problem. Debbie's husband had a bad case of pneumonia, think it was due to all the dust from working in the fields. We had a really dry September and when they picked corn or combined soybeans, it was like a major dust storm. Joyce had back surgery and she's up trucking around now.
Guess I'd better get off and get some work done. Will try to be more prompt with my e-mails next time. Talk later.

Shannon

CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 48)

I have info on the Vessells line for anyone that is interested.
Melissa Thompson Alexander
www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/l/e/Melissa-T-Alexander/
listowner: CECIL-L@rootsweb.com; KRUTSINGER-L@rootsweb.com
Edmonds, WA USA

-----Original Message-----
From: ALTAWesley@aol.com [mailto:ALTAWesley@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 28, 1999 8:10 AM
To: FRENCH-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [FRENCH-L] MD, KY French

>>>I replied once to this e-mail, but never got any return message, so
though
I'd try again. My Charles W. was born in 1858 and married Susan (Saialla)
Vesselles. My Charles Henry was born about 1835 and married Lucinda Wise<<<

I have that line! I thought that we had spoke via e-mail! No matter, after
reading all the comments about people not giving out information and the
whole
FFA problem, thought I would put my lines out there! Started with Ignatius
even though I have 4 more above him. Didn't want to inundate anyone with
names. This is already 30 pages. Don't even know if it will go thru
e-mail.

Before I post however, i want whoever has these same lines to understand
that
I have taken the approach with genealogy to gather, gather , gather. I
don't
always record my sources but I have a mountain of paperwork if anyone was
really interested. I'm still in my 20's and just love that I know who my
10th
great grandparents are. So I have not been a stickler about where my
sources
are coming from, I figure I've got a good 50 years to fill in all the other
stuff. Right now, I just like having the names and appreciate beyond belief
the people who have been kind enough to give me their information!

So, here it is. Hope it at the very least points someone in the right
direction.

Well, I have good intentions, just too much information. Will give the
first
couple of generations and if someone wants more then they can post another
message and I will put the rest out in multiple e-mails!

Descendants of Ignatius French

Generation No. 1

1. Ignatius4 French (Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born Abt. 1705 in
Maryland, and died April 14, 1810 in Nelson County, KY. He married Susanna.

Children of Ignatius French and Susanna are:
+ 2 i. Raphael Thomas5 French, born Abt. 1760 in St. Mary's County, MD; died
Abt. 1850 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 3 ii. James French, born 1750 in Maryland; died April 09, 1815 in Hardin
County, KY.
4 iii. Ann French, born Abt. 1765. She married Martin Yates 1771 in
Maryland.
5 iv. Martin French, born Abt. 1755 in Maryland. He married Sarah.
6 v. Stephen French, born Abt. 1762.
7 vi. Mary French, born Abt. 1765; died Bef. 1804. She married Samuel
Greenwell.
8 vii. Ignatius French, born Abt. 1767; died Bef. 1804.
9 viii. Eleanor French.

Generation No. 2

2. Raphael Thomas5 French (Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
Abt. 1760 in St. Mary's County, MD, and died Abt. 1850 in Hardin County, KY.
He married Mary Abt. 1780.

Children of Raphael French and Mary are:
+ 10 i. Susanna6 French, born 1778; died October 14, 1859 in Colesburg, KY.
+ 11 ii. Stephen T. French, born 1784 in Maryland; died February 02, 1868 in
Kentucky.
12 iii. Catherine French, born 1785; died October 17, 1855 in Kentucky.
She
married John Johnston April 17, 1809 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 13 iv. Elisha M. French, born 1786 in Maryland; died October 11, 1868 in
Jasper County, IL.
+ 14 v. Eleanor French, born September 11, 1788; died January 07, 1884 in
Kentucky.
+ 15 vi. Martin French, born 1792 in Maryland; died Abt. 1839.
+ 16 vii. George French, born 1803; died April 04, 1844 in Hardin County,
KY.

3. James5 French (Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born 1750 in
Maryland, and died April 09, 1815 in Hardin County, KY. He married Susanna
Melton May 25, 1773 in St. Xaviers Church, St. Mary's County, MD.

Children of James French and Susanna Melton are:
17 i. Elizabeth6 French.
+ 18 ii. Monica French, born 1774 in Washington County, KY.
+ 19 iii. Thomas French, born May 26, 1776 in St. Mary's County, MD; died
Bef.
1860.
20 iv. Mary French, born Abt. 1780; died 1842 in Missouri.
21 v. Ignatius French, born 1780.
+ 22 vi. Charles Alexander French, born 1794 in Hardin County, KY; died
October 13, 1841 in Perry County, Missouri.
+ 23 vii. Emily Jane French, born Bet. 1796 - 1800.
+ 24 viii. Sarah Ann French, born 1799 in Kentucky; died March 11, 1865 in
Missouri.
+ 25 ix. Elanore French, born September 19, 1802; died April 21, 1822 in
Missouri.
+ 26 x. Lewis French, born January 02, 1803 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County,
KY; died September 04, 1857 in Missouri.
27 xi. Hilary French, born 1806 in Kentucky; died September 29, 1823 in
Missouri.
28 xii. Benedict French, born 1807 in Kentucky; died October 03, 1822 in
Missouri.
+ 29 xiii. Mary Ann French, born 1809 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY.

Generation No. 3

10. Susanna6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1)
was born 1778, and died October 14, 1859 in Colesburg, KY. She married (1)
James French. She married (2) Charles Bryan May 10, 1799 in Nelson County,
KY.

Child of Susanna French and Charles Bryan is:
+ 30 i. Mary7 Bryan, born October 18, 1808 in Kentucky; died December 24,
1867.

11. Stephen T.6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2,
Martin1) was born 1784 in Maryland, and died February 02, 1868 in Kentucky.
He married Mary A. McDulin Brewer May 30, 1809 in Hardin County, KY.

Children of Stephen French and Mary Brewer are:
+ 31 i. John7 French, born 1812 in Kentucky.
+ 32 ii. Nancy French, born 1814 in Kentucky; died Bef. 1874.
+ 33 iii. Charles B. French, born 1817 in Hardin County, KY.
34 iv. Mary Jane French, born 1819 in Kentucky. She married Elias Drury,
Jr.
October 26, 1842.
+ 35 v. Ann Mariah French, born July 12, 1820 in Kentucky; died March 06,
1887.
36 vi. Elizabeth French, born 1824 in Kentucky. She married William Pearl
October 26, 1842 in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Rineyville, Hardin
County, KY.
+ 37 vii. William M. French, born 1826 in Kentucky.
38 viii. Sarah Catherine French, born 1828 in Kentucky. She married
William
Boothe January 28, 1850 in Kentucky.
39 ix. James W. French, born 1830 in Kentucky.

13. Elisha M.6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2,
Martin1)
was born 1786 in Maryland, and died October 11, 1868 in Jasper County, IL.
He
married (1) Jane Norris September 22, 1809 in Nelson County, KY. He married
(2) Mary E. Payne January 07, 1822 in Hardin County, KY.

Children of Elisha French and Jane Norris are:
40 i. Catherine7 French.
41 ii. Lucinda French, born 1811 in Nelson County, KY; died Bef. 1868. She
married Elisha Wise December 28, 1828 in Hardin County, KY.
42 iii. Susanna French, died Bef. 1868. She married Robert Simpson
November
30, 1833 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 43 iv. Augustus Frederick (Austin) French, born February 18, 1810 in
Nelson
County, KY; died July 20, 1890 in Meade County, KY.
44 v. William French, born 1821 in Hardin County, KY. He married Juliann
Hill July 18, 1843 in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Rineyville,
Hardin
County, KY.
45 vi. Elizabeth French, born 1812 in Hardin County, KY. She married
Thomas
V. Duvall September 01, 1845 in Edmonson County, KY.
46 vii. Dorothy (Dolly) French, born 1814 in Hardin County, KY. She
married
Pius Cissell January 12, 1838 in Hardin County, KY.
47 viii. Sarah Jane French, born 1816 in Hardin County, KY. She married
George B. Hill November 16, 1842 in Edmonson County, KY.
+ 48 ix. Ellen French, born 1818 in Hardin County, KY; died 1870 in
Illionios.

Children of Elisha French and Mary Payne are:
+ 49 i. Robert7 French, born 1823 in Hardin County, KY.
+ 50 ii. Gabriel French, born June 23, 1826 in Hardin County, KY; died
September 05, 1882 in Hardin County, KY.
51 iii. Margaret Emily French, born 1828.
52 iv. Maria French, born September 26, 1831.
53 v. Martina French, born 1833.

14. Eleanor6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1)
was born September 11, 1788, and died January 07, 1884 in Kentucky. She
married (1) William Brewer May 30, 1817 in Hardin County, KY. She married
(2)
William Cole February 26, 1843.

Child of Eleanor French and William Brewer is:
+ 54 i. Nancy Ann7 Brewer, born 1819 in Kentucky; died Bef. 1870.

15. Martin6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1)
was born 1792 in Maryland, and died Abt. 1839. He married Elizabeth Wise
October 20, 1815 in Hardin County, KY.

Children of Martin French and Elizabeth Wise are:
55 i. Gilly R.7 French, born 1825 in Kentucky. She married Horatio N.
Unseld.
56 ii. Cynthy Ann French, born 1827 in Kentucky.
57 iii. Francis Kendrick French, born December 02, 1831 in Bardstown,
Nelson
County, KY; died December 24, 1853 in Bardstown, Nelson County, KY.
58 iv. George Henry French, born 1835 in Kentucky.
59 v. H. French, born 1836 in Kentucky.
60 vi. William French, born 1839 in Kentucky.
+ 61 vii. Edward French, born 1824.
62 viii. Mary Melvina French, born Abt. 1810. She married Thomas Glessmer
February 16, 1847.
+ 63 ix. Eliza Ann French, born 1832 in Hardin County, KY; died September
1856
in Bardstown, Nelson County, KY.

16. George6 French (Raphael Thomas5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1)
was born 1803, and died April 04, 1844 in Hardin County, KY. He married (1)
Elizabeth Lee May 04, 1817. He married (2) Margaret S. Geoghegan April 26,
1827 in Hardin County, KY.

Children of George French and Elizabeth Lee are:
+ 64 i. Rebecca Ann7 French, born 1820; died May 19, 1868.
65 ii. Elizabeth French, born September 12, 1823 in Kentucky; died October
11, 1899 in Oklahoma. She married Lewis P. Clinglesmith December 19, 1844
in
Hardin County, KY.

Children of George French and Margaret Geoghegan are:
66 i. Ambrose Kenrick7 French, born August 15, 1829.
67 ii. Columbus Thomas French, born May 23, 1831 in Kentucky.
68 iii. Mary Ellen French, born 1833 in Kentucky; died 1914. She married
Charles Medley February 28, 1861 in St. John Bethlehem Academy.
69 iv. Raphael Denton French, born June 10, 1841 in Kentucky. He married
Mary C. Wiseman September 08, 1868 in St. John Bethlehem Academy.
70 v. Melany French.

18. Monica6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
1774 in Washington County, KY. She married John Layton, Jr. September 14,
1799 in Washington County, KY.

Children of Monica French and John Layton are:
71 i. Susannah7 Layton, born 1798 in Washington County, KY; died December
1870 in Missouri.
72 ii. Jane Layton, born 1801 in Washington County, KY.
+ 73 iii. James Layton, born 1802 in Washington County, KY; died June 17,
1843
in Farmington, St. Francois County, Missouri.
+ 74 iv. John Layton, born 1805; died December 03, 1835 in Missouri.
75 v. Ann Layton, born 1808. She married Francis Zeigler December 28, 1830
in Missouri.
76 vi. Louis Layton, born 1812 in Missouri. He married Perneleanna Miles
May
07, 1838 in Missouri.
77 vii. Matilda Layton, born 1813.
78 viii. Augustine Layton, born 1814.
79 ix. Amatus Layton, born September 13, 1822.
80 x. Mary Layton. She married Francis Geile December 25, 1842.
81 xi. Clotilda Layton. She married Pius Spalding.

19. Thomas6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
May 26, 1776 in St. Mary's County, MD, and died Bef. 1860. He married Anna
Bolds November 30, 1798 in Nelson County, KY.

Children of Thomas French and Anna Bolds are:
+ 82 i. Samuel H.7 French, born October 31, 1819; died October 15, 1876 in
Bullitt County, KY.
83 ii. Ann French, born 1811 in Washington County, KY; died June 07, 1855.
+ 84 iii. Susan French, born 1806 in Kentucky.
85 iv. Joseph French, born 1808 in Kentucky; died 1887 in Union County, KY.
He married Priscilla Bowls.
+ 86 v. Leo French, born 1801 in Hardin County, KY; died Aft. 1880.
+ 87 vi. Valentine French, born 1812 in Kentucky; died June 13, 1892.
88 vii. Charles Silas French, born June 16, 1815.
+ 89 viii. William Preston French, born 1820.
+ 90 ix. Benjamin French, born 1824 in Hardin County, KY.

22. Charles Alexander6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2,
Martin1)
was born 1794 in Hardin County, KY, and died October 13, 1841 in Perry
County,
Missouri. He married Elizabeth French January 09, 1811 in Elizabethtown,
Hardin County, KY, daughter of Joseph French and Mary Norris.

Children of Charles French and Elizabeth French are:
91 i. Eliza Ann7 French.
+ 92 ii. Oliver P. French, born Bet. 1811 - 1814 in Kentucky; died December
26, 1882 in Missouri.
93 iii. Joseph Emmanuel French, born 1813 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County,
KY.
+ 94 iv. Silas C. French, born 1813 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY;
died
March 28, 1890 in Missouri.
+ 95 v. Lucinda French, born 1816 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY; died
July 04, 1876 in Missouri.
+ 96 vi. Mary Matilda French, born 1819 in Kentucky; died 1878 in
Halletsville, TX.
+ 97 vii. Mary Jane French, born 1824 in Missouri.
+ 98 viii. James Jacob French, born April 16, 1826 in Perry County,
Missouri;
died March 10, 1880 in Perry County, Missouri.
+ 99 ix. Mary Louisa French, born April 22, 1826 in Missouri; died Abt.
1865.
+ 100 x. Thomas Albanum French, born August 07, 1830 in Missouri; died Bet.
1871 - 1890.
101 xi. Aloysia Ann French, born 1836 in Missouri. She married Thomas
Layton.
102 xii. Elizabeth Felicity French, born June 30, 1838 in Missouri. She
married Lucien Jeunet July 27, 1856 in Missouri.

23. Emily Jane6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was
born Bet. 1796 - 1800. She married (1) John Miles Duvall. She married (2)
William Tucker January 26, 1851 in Missouri.

Children of Emily French and John Duvall are:
103 i. Louis William7 Duvall. He married (1) Theresa Elizabeth Miles
October
23, 1848 in Missouri. He married (2) Elizabeth Ellen Caho Tucker October
01,
1855 in Missouri.
104 ii. Evaristus Duvall, born April 18, 1822.
105 iii. Marianna Duvall, born January 25, 1824. She married Joseph Taylor
September 26, 1843 in Missouri.
+ 106 iv. Sarah Anna Duvall, born December 11, 1825 in Missouri; died
January
27, 1860 in Missouri.
107 v. Aloisius Duvall, born August 18, 1827.
108 vi. James Renee Duvall, born July 16, 1829.
109 vii. Hilary Duvall, born April 08, 1831.
110 viii. Martha Anna Duvall, born April 25, 1833.
111 ix. Caroline Duvall. She married Clemet J. Tucker April 26, 1852 in
Missouri.
112 x. Emily Jane Duvall, born March 29, 1841.
113 xi. John Miles Duvall, Jr., born May 25, 1843 in Missouri. He married
Nancy Anna Dorothy Hark May 02, 1867 in Missouri.
114 xii. Elizabeth Philomena Duvall, died August 29, 1845 in Missouri.
115 xiii. Frances Marianne Duvall, born August 02, 1847 in Missouri.
116 xiv. Joseph Simon Duvall. He married Mary Cissell September 10, 1872
in
Missouri.

24. Sarah Ann6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was
born
1799 in Kentucky, and died March 11, 1865 in Missouri. She married (1)
Ezekiel Manning September 17, 1823 in Missouri. She married (2) Thomas
Riney
III November 23, 1824 in Missouri.

Children of Sarah French and Ezekiel Manning are:
117 i. Lewis7 Manning, born March 16, 1823.
118 ii. Levi Manning.
119 iii. Louisa Manning.
120 iv. Benedict Manning, born March 16, 1823.

Children of Sarah French and Thomas Riney are:
121 i. Severius7 Riney, born May 19, 1827.
122 ii. Thomas E. Riney, Jr., born July 25, 1830.
123 iii. Luvina Riney, born March 16, 1832.
124 iv. Sarah Riney.
125 v. Emelia Felomina Riney.
126 vi. William Riney, born April 18, 1834.
127 vii. Varius Riney, born October 16, 1825.
128 viii. Charles Riney, born September 18, 1838.
129 ix. Mary Anna Riney, born September 18, 1838.

25. Elanore6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
September 19, 1802, and died April 21, 1822 in Missouri. She married John
Baptist Layton December 08, 1817 in Missouri.

Children of Elanore French and John Layton are:
130 i. Helen7 Layton, born 1821. She married Henry Drury August 07, 1842
in
Missouri.
131 ii. Henry Simeon Layton, born October 01, 1821 in Missouri. He married
Juliana Brewer August 07, 1942 in Missouri.
132 iii. Augustine Layton. He married Susanna James June 11, 1841.

26. Lewis6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was born
January 02, 1803 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY, and died September 04,
1857 in Missouri. He married (1) Marie Manning February 24, 1824 in
Missouri.
He married (2) Lucinda Yates 1856.

Children of Lewis French and Marie Manning are:
133 i. Matilda7 French, born March 07, 1825.
+ 134 ii. Maria Carolina French, born November 21, 1826.
+ 135 iii. Lewis Leander French, born July 17, 1828 in Missouri.
136 iv. Cecil M. French, born August 16, 1830 in Missouri; died May 19,
1863
in Battle of Vicksburg. He married Helena Manning July 22, 1855 in
Missouri.
+ 137 v. Rosella Philomena French, born September 05, 1832 in Missouri; died
March 06, 1875 in Missouri.
138 vi. Luvina Magdalean French, born 1837. She married James Aquilla
Hagan
III October 16, 1855 in Missouri.

Child of Lewis French and Lucinda Yates is:
+ 139 i. Lewis Emmanuel7 French, born March 23, 1857 in Missouri.

29. Mary Ann6 French (James5, Ignatius4, Martin3, James2, Martin1) was
born
1809 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, KY. She married (1) Bernard Brown May
27, 1828 in Missouri. She married (2) John Bright May 10, 1831 in Missouri.

Children of Mary French and John Bright are:
+ 140 i. Theresa Emeline Helen7 Bright, born July 01, 1832 in Missouri.
+ 141 ii. Amelia Anna Bright, born June 04, 1834 in Missouri; died Bef.
1885.
142 iii. Josephine Bright, born July 25, 1836.
143 iv. Mary Elizabeth Bright, born December 29, 1840 in Missouri; died
November 17, 1845 in Missouri.
+ 144 v. John William Bright, born April 07, 1843 in Missouri.
145 vi. Mary Jane Bright, born December 21, 1845.
146 vii. Maria Marcella Bright, born May 02, 1848.
147 viii. Mary Levina Bright, born June 09, 1851.



4/4/05
Dear Mr. Prang,
Thank you for your email. As sources for our genealogical research at this centre, we have access to all the church
parish records (births, deaths and marriages), which date from 1790 (for the parish of Tuam), however, some
other parishes only date to the mid 1800's. The reason being, many records were destroyed in a fire in The Four
Courts during the Civil War in Ireland in 1922. We also have access to Civil Registration records, which only
began in 1864, Census of Ireland 1901 and 1911, The Griffiths's Valuation of Land 1845, Tithe Applotment
Books and Gravestone Inscriptions.
As your ancestor, James French was born in Galway circa 1650, I regret that it would not be possible to locate
records for him or his father, Martin French, a mayor of Galway, as we just don't have any records dating to that
time. Sir Charles Ffrench, was also a mayor in Galway in 1779.
The Ffrench family were one of the 14 Tribes of Galway, along with 13 other wealthy merchant families who
came to Galway in the 12th Century. There are numerous publications on the Tribes of Galway which may be of
interest to you and your family. If you would like to view some of these publication please access the following
link, in which I located some letters to and from Ffrench family members in the 1800's, this may be of interest to
you. www.library.nuigalway.ie/resources/archives/LE7.pdf
Yours sincerely,
Siobhan Mc Guinness,
Researcher

Child:
96 i. James (~1650-1733)

194 William MEEKIN, 8G Grandfather. Born. William died.

William married Margaret BEARD, 8G Grandmother.

They had one child:
97 i. Elizabeth (~1652->1733)

195 Margaret BEARD, 8G Grandmother. Born ? . Margaret died.


Index

BEARD
Margaret 195
Brashers
Susanna 33
BROWN
Derrick 98
Mary 49
Cheney
Ann 35
DUVALL
Aloisius child of 2
Caroline child of 2
Elizabeth Philomena child of 2
Emily Jane child of 2
Evaristus child of 2
Francis Marianne child of 2
Hilary child of 2
Jacob 8
James Renee child of 2
John Miles 4
John Miles Jr. child of 2
Joseph Simon child of 2
Louis William child of 2
Marianna 1
Martha Ann child of 2
Sarah Ann child of 2
Simon child of 4
Thomas child of 4
DUVALL I
Mareen 32
DUVALL II
John Miles 2
Mareen 16
French
Ann child of 24
Benedict child of 6
Elanore child of 6
Elizabeth child of 48
Elizabeth child of 24
Elizabeth child of 6
Emily Jane 3
Francis child of 96
Hilary child of 6
James 96
John Jr. child of 24
Joseph F. 6
Lewis child of 6
Mary child of 96
Mary child of 48
Mary child of 24
Mary Ann child of 6
Sarah Ann child of 6
William child of 48
William child of 24
FRENCH #1
Martin (1) 192
FRENCH #2
Martin (2) 48
FRENCH FROM JOHN
Ignatius Sr. 12
FRENCH SR.
Ignatius child of 48
John Sr. 24
Jacob
Elizabeth 17
John 34
MEEKIN
Elizabeth 97
William 194
Norris
Mary Ann 7
Rodulph 14
PEAKE
John Kenelem 26
Mary Polly 13
TARLETON
Ann Roselle Philomena (ARPY) 5
James 10
Taylor
Anne child of 1
Joseph spouse of 1
UNKNOWN
Ann 27
Dorothy 15
Elizabeth 25
Mary 9

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

Posted: 19 Sep 2006 1:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: NEITCHER, HAGAN,LAYTON,MILES,MOORE, TAYLOR,TUCKER,DUVALL,MADDOCK,SEEMES/SIMMS, BARNES,CAMBRON,WALEN/WHALEN,PIDGEON,MANNING
Thanks for the reply Tom. Are you saying that John Miles Duvall was Mary Anne's father? The way you have him listed in the second generation he would be her son, but he was born before she was in 1824.

This is what I have to date on her:
Mary Anne Duvall born 1824 where is unknown at this time.
married to Joseph Taylor in September of 1843.
children: John W. Taylor, born 1844 in Arkansas
James Taylor born 1846 in Arkansas
Ann Taylor born in Missouri 1849
Emily Jane born in Missouri about 1851
Henry Taylor born about 1854 in Missouri
Mary Anne (Duvall) Taylor died in Perry County Missouri before June of 1855. Joseph Taylor married for a second time to a Elizabeth Powers in June 1855 in Perry County, Missouri.
I believe this would make John Miles DUVALL the first generation is your source is correct? I am going to look further into Nelson County Kentucky records for more information on Mary Anne Duvall's parents.

Thanks for sharing, I really do appreciate it.
Cynthia D.Bentley-Wynn

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

Posted: 19 Sep 2006 2:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Tom, the birthdate is correct, the location is the same but the spelling of the name is different. I am wondering if this is the one and the same Mary Anne DUVALL? Was John Miles DUVALL really my Mary Anne's father? Were there more DUVALL families in Perry County Missouri in the early 1800's? Did John Miles DUVALL have any brother's that migrated west with him from Kentucky? I am just trying to verify your Marianna and my Mary Anne DUVALL as being one in the same person. More questions than answers for me on this one. Thanks for sharing!
Cynthia

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

Thomas J. french (View posts)
Posted: 22 Sep 2006 2:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Try Rootsweb, there is quite a bit of info on the Duvall families there.

You can also go to the Perry County Web Site, http://www.rootsweb.com/~moperry/pc-inde.htm

You can find a lot of other researchers.

Another good site is the Church of Latter Day Saintshttp://www.familysearch.org/

Tom

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

cdbentleywynn (View posts)
Posted: 22 Sep 2006 10:29AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: NEITCHER,HAGAN,LAYTON,MILES, MOORE, TUCKER,TAYLOR, SEEMES/SIMMS, MADDOCK,DUVALL, DUNNE/DUNN, DRURY, CAMBRON, BARNES, WHELAN/WELEN, PIDGEON, etc.
Thanks Tom for the helpful info. I will try these other sites. Perry County, MO researchers are the best.

Cindy

Re: Mary Anne DUVALL

Posted: 29 Dec 2006 2:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
According to records I've found, Mary Ann Duvall(25 Dec 1823 Perry Co. Mo - 17 Feb 1855 Perry Co. Mo) parents were John Miles Duvall(ca 1798-29 Mar 1845) and Emily Jane French (born Ky ca 1799 - 7 Feb 1860)
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