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Allen, Texas, USA METCALFS OF MARYLAND

Delaware, N.J., Lower Pennsylvania,

And Washington, D.C.

1634-1850

1632. King Charles I issued a charter for the colony of Maryland. It was named in honor of Queen Henrietta Maria.

1634. John MEDCALFE, Gentleman is listed as arriving in St. Mary’s Maryland on the Ark. (History of St. Marys County, Maryland by Regina Combs Hammett, p. 15) (/v2/1600v2/ark_dove16340325.html)

[Found also on the Ark: Causin, Nicholas who m. c1649, Jane, widow of John Cockshot. John Cockshot transported Gilbert Metcalf in 1641.][Also spelled Cawseene.]

[1641 John Cockshoot was a skilled Joiner and he married Jane Hicks and located himself and his family in St.,. Ignoes in 1641 in St. Michael's Hundred. they had Daughter Mary born 1638, daughter Jane born 1640 and a son John born 1642 Here in the United States. John Cockshoot died in October or November of 1642. Jane Hicks (Cockshoot) was 30 years old at this time. she remarried a 2nd time to Nicholas Causine a Frenchman, and a third to Robert Clarke the Surveyor (Clark #2; /tree/ensor/Clark2.html)

[Robert Clark was also married to Eleanor ____.]

[Was John Medcalfe born about 1595-1613?]

[“Perhaps the most striking feature of Maryland society is the size of the population base in early decades. A mere 150 had disembarked at St. Mary’s from Ark and Dove. Add to these roughly the 100 more already on Kent Island, retainers of rebellious William Claiborne, and the total population in 1634 come to about 250 persons, from gentlemen down to unfree servants bound in articles of indeture to work a few years from gentlemen down to unfree servants bound in articles of indenture to work a few years for their masters before gaining their freedom…The striking number of landless freemen resulted from a powerful combination of two factors. First, the Lord Proprietor favored large grants to investors who adventured their money in bringing indentured labor to Maryland, and in consequence he made surveys of manors prompt and easy for them. Thomas CORNWALLIS, John METCALFE, and Thomas GREEN not only had funds to ease the financial burden of peopling the vacant country but, as men of some learning especially in the law they promised a kind of natural leadership for overseeing the immense task of clearing, building, and planting.” (Colonial Maryland, A History, by Aubrey C. Land, KTO Press, 1981, pp. 25-27.)

1635. John METCALF Immigrated to Maryland. Liber 3, Folio 77. Also ABH, 50. (The Early Settlers of Maryland: In Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Skordas, Gust., editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1968, p. 315.) [probably same as previous entry.]

25 Jan 1637. The General Assembly held at St. Maries: Invitations (notices) to attend the assembly:

Nathaniel POPE of St. Maries Hundred [moved to VA in 1650; daughter Ann m. John Washington]

Henry WEED of St. Maries Hundred [Quaker who moved to Northampton Co., Va by 1642]

John MEDCALFE of St. Maries Hundred [Probable son John of Accomac Co., VA or George Metcalfe of Elizabeth City, VA; son Wm. of Northumberland Co., VA]

John COURTIS of St. George’s Hundred [Was Ann Curtis his daughter?]

John DAVIS of St. Maries Hundred [related to the Susan Davis named in Wm. Metcalfe’s will of 1655, VA?]

John RICHARDSON of St. George’s Hundred

Thomas HEBDEN of St. George’s Hundred [came on the Bonaventure with James Metcalfe in 1634; found with Wm. Metcalfe in 1638 and 1639; found with John Robinson, John Metcalfe’s servant in 1642. d. by 1649. His widow Katherine remarried to William Marshall by 1656.][Related?: - 1597 Christopher Hebden, William Richmond, Lawrence Curtis and Leonard Metcalfe versus Marmaduke Constable and his wife Elizabeth and John More? esq and Katherine his wife for 10 messuages and lands in Sawley with warranty against father and grandfather of Marmaduke Constable in Yorkshire Feet of Fines. 1614 Thomas Hebden baptised at Ripon son of Christopher Hebden of Sawley http://www.prattens.co.uk/families/HEBDEN/NOTES.HTML on Aug. 20, 2006.]

[“Nathaniel Pope, I., of England, settled in Maryland prior to 1637, and was a member of the Maryland General Assembly in 1648. He moved to Virginia in 1650, and part of his estate was "The Cliffs," which passed from the Popes to one Thomas Ley, ancestor of Robert E. Lee, the name of the estate changing to "Stratford." The bricks of which "Stratford" was built are said to have been a gift from Queen Anne. Ann Pope, daughter of the first Nathaniel Pope, married John Washington, who emigrated from England and was the great-grandmother of George Washington.” /history/ff_louisville/c6.htm]

[Henry Weed was given a headright of land in Northampton Co., VA in 1642. Henry Weed died in 1644. Widow Elizabeth married Richard Bayly. Probable son Henry Weed, Jr. was named as a headright of Richard Bayly in 1649 and then by Wm. Bacon in Northumberland Co., VA in 1651 (Edward Cole was granted land adjacent to Wm. Bacon in Northumberland Co., VA on the same day) . Richard Bayly d. 1661 . His widow Elizabeth lived on land on Cradock Creek adjacent Colonel Edmund Scarborough and adjacent to Richard Hill (who had been a headright of Richard Cocke of Turkey Island) . Probable son Richard Bayly, Jr. lived in Accomac Co., VA and Somerset Co., MD. In March of 1662/63 William Flowers purchased land on the Great Wicomico River in Northumberland from Henry Week (Weed). Richard Cocke [Cook?]of Turkey Island married the d/o Walter Aston, Mary Aston. Col Aston’s widow Mrs. Aston lived on on Turkey Island adjacent to Joseph Royall, Captain Edward Hill, Daniel Lewellin, Lt. Robert Craddock, Francis Eppes, and Sergeant Harris. /Hangate1.html]

[Turkey Island is located in Henrico Co., VA. John Cawsey of Charles City County conveyed to Walter Aston [Ashton] acreage in Charles City near Shirly Hundred "bordering south upon a Creeke called Henry Watkins, his Creeke." Note that a Charles Aston [Ashton] was named with Wm. Metcalfe his neighbor in April 1652 in Northumberland Co., VA swearing allegience to the House of Lords. Related to Walter Aston?]

[Thomas Harris and Robert Hallom are named as neighbors of Richard Cocke [Cook?]in Henrico Co. Was Tomasin Harris the daughter of Thomas Harris?] “Of particular interest are the ruins found during the excavations at Curles Neck in eastern Henrico along the James. Archaeologists uncovered the Thomas Harris house foundation, one of the oldest homes found in Virginia dating between 1635-1654. Thomas Harris served as Burgess for Curles Neck. The archaeologists noted that the framing posts of this house sat in the full basement and some were enclosed by bricks which was unique in the Chesapeake area. A large centrally located chimney suggests that there was a lobby entrance. Built later in the early 1700’s, adjacent to this structure, was the home of Nathaniel Bacon, the leader of the rebellion against the English authorities. Landscape features include intricate terraces and traces of underground tunnels down to the James River which could be used as an escape route from potential Indian invasions.” (Inventory of Early Architecture County of Henrico, Virginia) After Nathaniel Bacon was found guilty of treason his property was confiscated by the crown and later acquired by William Randolph. The grand Georgian plantation built by the Randolph family was probably destroyed during the Civil War. http://www.henr/CurlesNeck.html]

[Related? 1597. Christopher Hebden, William Richmond, Lawrence Curtis, and Leonard Metcalfe v Marmaduke Constable and his wife Elizabeth and John Mau? esq and Katherine his wife for 10 messuages and lands in Sawley with warranty against father and grandfather of Marmaduke Constable.

1582.1331 Geoffrey Hebden Oughtershaw will bur Hubbertham made 1582.0731 mentions wife Jane sons Adam Lawrence Leonard William tenement yly rent 21s 8d to be divided by Jane & Lawrence (exors) but if cannot agree then equally supervisor all to Lawrence after death Jane cous James Metcalfe wit Robert Hebden John Gregsonne Martin Lodge Geffrey Askew.

1597.0000 Christopher Hebden pltf with William Richmond, Leonard Metcalf & Lawrence Curtis clerk v Marmaduke Constable & Elizabeth his wife re land in Sawley Yorks Feet of Fines

http://www.prattens.co.uk/families/HEBDEN/TEXT1200.TXT.]

[Afterwards Sir John Buck, knighted 4 April, 1611, died A. D. 1648. Dugdale's Visitation, 1665, pp. 1 and 70. She was daughter and heiress of William Green (second son of Thomas Green of Cawthorne by Alice Dyson) And Grace, daughter of John Harrison of Rudston. Her will is dated 28 Dec. 1668. Besides the children named in the Visitation, she had Elizabeth, buried 1 September, 1674, at West Tanfield, wife of Matthew Beckwith, of Tanfield, and Frances, wife of Marmaduke Constable of Wassand. She was buried 4 June, 1644, at Goxhill, and from her I have the honour to descend. .uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/YKS/Pavers1616.html]

Archives of Maryland, Volume 4, Court and Testamentary Business, 1649. Page 511; Liber A; p. 286 This 30th of May 1647In the name of God Amen I Thomas Hebden being sick and weake in body but sound and pfect in memory thanks bee given to Almighty God doe make and ordeine this my last Will and testament in manner & forme followeing. Ffirst I bequeath my soule to Christ Jesus my Saviour and Redeemer and my body to be decently buryed And for that estate wch God hath endowed mee with I doe bequeath to my dearly beloved Wife Katheren Hebden paying my debts. Imprimisto Capt Cornewallies and Raphe Beane And for all my land cattell chattellsor moveables or my houshold goods debts dues or demands whatsoever to mee belonging I doe desire my beloved wife should haue and enjoy to her owne proper use & disposeing, as witnes my owne hand and seale. Tho: Hebden Teste John Pille John Hatch. Administr to Katheren Hebden widowe An Administracon of the goods debts rights & chattells of Thomas Hebden deceased granted the (?) of October 1649 to Katheren the relict of the said Thomas cum Testamen annex, who by oath is to exhibit a pfect Inventory by the first of January next voles &c and pforme the will, pay the debts, and make a true Accompt &c.This is a deed Thomas Hebden made in favor of the trustees: Archives of Maryland, Volume 4, Court and Testamentary Business, 1649. Page 519; Liber A; p. 299 28th No: Knowe all men by these prsents that I Thomas Hebden doe give and make over vnto Mr Nicholas Cawseen, Barnaby Jackson, Luke Gardner, all my whole estate whether it bee lands goods Neate Cattell Swine or any other debts what soever to bee disposed of unto these uses hereunder written That is to say, That my beloved wife Mrs Katheren Hebden (my debts being paid) shall have the free use of all the aforesaid Estate during the terme of her life, all and wholy to bee enioyed by her, Excepting one browne Heifer nowe at Walter Beanes, Wch I would haue to bee given at my death unto Mr Thomas Copley Esqr to have my soule prayd for And that my said Wife shall give away at her death and dispose of one third part of the said Estate to whom shee shall thinke fitting And the other two thirds shalbe by my aforesaid loving friends Nicholas Causeene, Barnaby Jackson, and Luke Gardner or theire Assignes disposed of, the one half to the aforesaid Mr Thomas Copley or his Successors, And the other part to bee given to such charitable uses as they or the Major part of them shall thinke to bee most acceptable and gratefull unto Almighty God In witnes hereof I haue herevnto sett my hand thisthirteenth of June 1649 Tho: Hebden In the presence of John Pille The marke of Willm Boreman

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29 Jan 1637. Assembled

John MEDCALFE [absent] and William LEWIS exhibited his proxie for him

(1637/8 Freeman’s Assembly, Province of Maryland, Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 1, p. 4.)

[another version: /~marlerjc/clarke.html

THE GENERALL ASSEMBLY HELD AT

p. 15 ST. MARIES, AND BEGAN ON THE 25TH. DAY OF JANUARY 1637

Act of the second day; being 26th. January

p. 17 Betweene the houres of eight and nine in the morning

Assembled

The Leiuetentt. GRALL John LEWGER Robert PHILPOTT

Capt Tho: CORNWALEYS Thomas GREENE william BRAINTHWAITE

John WYATT Richard GARNETT Capt: Robt. WINTOUR

Robert CLERKE Justinian SNOW Capt: Geo: EVELIN

Thomas FFRANCKLIN marmaduke SNOW ffrancis RABNETT

James BALDRIDGE Robert PERRY John ROBINSON

Edward FFLEETE Sergt. VAUGHAN william LEWIS

Summoned

Thomas HEBDEN. and Capt: Tho: CORNWALEYS exhibited his proxie for him

John RICHARDSON and Capt: Robt. EVELIN exhibited his proxie for him

mr. Thomas COPLEY and Robt. CLERKE made answere for them

mr. Andrew WHITE that they desired to be excused from giving

mr. John ALTHAM [WALTHAM?] voices in this Assembly, and was admitted.

John PRICE and ffrancis RABNETT exhibited his proxie for him

Nathaniel POPE and John LEWGER Secretary exhibited his proxie for him

John MEDCALFE and william Lewis exhibited his proxie for him

[Note that Robert Clarke was father of John Clark per his will. John Robinson was John Metcalfe’s servant.[John Robinson was a servant to John Metcalfe, Gent. per land patent 16 Sept 1650.]

PRICE, John, soldier, born in England; died in Maryland in 1661. He emigrated to Maryland, and represented St. Michael's hundred in the general assembly of 1639. He served with credit as a soldier, received the public thanks of Lord Baltimore, and was appointed muster-master-general in 1648. He was made a privy councillor the same year, and was an ardent supporter of the toleration act of 1649. He took an active part in the rebellions of 1645, and commanded St. Inigo's fort at a critical moment, and it was in a great measure owing to his exertions that Governor Leonard Calvert recovered his authority. Edited Appletons Encyclopedia, Copyright © 2001 Virtualology]

[“Captain Robert Wintour, Esq. who died testate 1638 in St. Mary’s Co. is placed as the son of Sir Edward Wintour of Lydney, Gloucestershire, Knt. and Landy Ann Wintour, daughter of Edward Somerset, Earl of Worcester. His title of Captain may imply he was an officer in the Provincial forces or he had a maritime career.” Sir John Coke stated that, Capt. Robert Wintour was in charge of the Company of Adventurers on the Ark and Dove. However, John D. Kreugler believed that he was in charge of certain formalities prior to sailing. “Capt. Wintour was the author of ‘A Short Treatise sett downe in a letter written by R.W. to his worthy friend C.J.R. Concerning the new plantation now ercting uder the Right Hoble the Lord Baltemore in Maryland.’ The original Treatise of 16 pages is deposited I the Enoch Pratt Library, Baltimore.” The Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate, by Newman and To Live Like Princes by Kreuger. (To Maryland From Overseas by Harry Wright Newman, Gen. Pub. Co., 1985, pp. 182-183.)]

1638. William MEDCALF was transported to Maryland. Liber 1, Folio 19. (The Early Settlers of Maryland: In Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Skordas, Gust., editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1968, p. 312.) [may be same entry as 30 April 1638]

18 Feb 1638. Isle of Kent inhabitants: “Know all men by these presents both present and to Come that we the freemen from the Isle of Kent whose names are hereunder written have elected and chosen our Loving Friend Nicholas BROWN Planter to be our Burgess or deputy during the next General Assembly at Saint Marys summoned to Begin on the 25 February next in our names to assent to all and only such things our Burgess shall think fit thereby Giving as free and full Consent unto all Laws and matters whatsoever within the said Assembly shall be agreed and Concluded of as if we our selves in person had Consented therunto. In Witness whereof we have hereunto sett our hands this 18th February 1638.

Thomas ALLEN, Thomas HALES, John SMITH, Edmond PARRY, William MEDCALFE, John THOMPSON, Philip CONNER, Robert COOPER, Walter WEEBS (WEEKS?), Henry HUETT, John PARRY, Henry CRAWLEY [CRALLE?], Dieck GENITZ, Thomas EWELL, Roger BAYSTER, Henry BELLAMIE, John ABBOTT, William RISBROOKE, Matthew PRICE, Walter COTTREL, Thomas WOOLFE, Richard BROWNE, John GLANTHAM, John BENNETT...( Maryland Assembly Proceedings, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber M C, Vol. 1, pp. 30-31.)

(Maryland Assembly Proceedings, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber Z, Vol. 4, pp. 38-39.) Does this belong here?

[This William Medcalfe obtained patents with Thomas Ewell (above, also spelled Youelle) in Virginia. William Medcalfe’s will is dated 23 April 1655 in Northumberland Co., VA. See Metcalfe’s of Virginia file.]

1640. MEDCALF, William and Thomas YEWELL, 220 acres, New Hog Pen Neck, Gov. Harvey Patent Records. (St. Mary's County Land Ownership: 1637-1800)

1640. MEDCALF, William and Thomas YEWELL, 130 acres on Mattapany Neck, Patent Records, by Gov.Harvey (St. Mary's County Land Ownership: 1637-1800; website: http://userpages.umbc.edu/~pdavis2/Participants/dawsonm/genealogy/lg/landM.htm)

30 Apr 1638. Entered by Capt. George EVELIN for Manor of Evelinton in Baronie of St. Maries’: Thomas HEBDEN, David WICKILIFF, Randall REVELL, James CLOUGHTON, Hugh HOWARD, John WALKER, Henry LEE, John WORMTLEY [Wormeley], John RICHARDSON, John HILL, William MEDCALF [Metcalf], Phillip WEST, Edmond PARRIE [Perry], Hoell MORGAN, Matthew ROADHAM [Rodham], Roger BAXTER, Thomas ORLEY [Thorley], William WILLIAMSON, Thomas KEANE [Keene], Andrew BAKER, Thomas BAKER, John HATCHE [Hatch], Samuel SCOVELL [Covill]. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 2.)

[Randal Revell vacated his land in Maryland and moved to Accomack Co., Va. William Medcalf is probably the son of John Metcalfe who arrived in Maryland in the Ark in 1634. Gilbert Metcalfe, was transported in 1642 by John Cockshott whose widow, Jane Cockshott, acquired land that was vacated by Randal Revell. It is unknown how Gilbert Metcalfe may be related to John Metcalfe.]

[Matthew Rodham, listed above, is the father of Elizabeth Rodham who married Richard Kenner, Jr. and who resided in St. Stephen’s Parish, Northumberland Co., VA, as did William Medcalfe.]

[Is Hugh Howard related to Matthew Howard? One Howard family web site states: “Matthew Howard (1609-1659) (born in Wardour Castle in England) was the son of Sir Thomas Arundel, who was beheaded and his estates conficated. Sir Thomas married Margaret Howard. After the death of his father, Matthew took his mother's name. He came to Virginia circa 1620, where he lived in Lower Norfolk County, then Arundel County, Maryland) in 1649 (2) Ann ? in 1625. He was a large landowner.” /mi4/polcrt/Howard.html] [Another website offers more detail and differing information: /missourimule_2000/howard1.html#Family:%20Thomas%20Howard%20(2)]

3 July1638. William LEWIS, John MEDCALFC, and Richard BROWUE [Browne], acknowledge themselves to owe vnto the Lord Proprietarie 3000. wt of tobacco, to be paid vnto the said Lo: Proprietary, or his heires, or officers on the tenth of November next, in case the said william LEWIS shall offend the peace of this colony or of the inhabitants thereof by iniurious & vnnecessary arguments or disputations in matter of religion; or shall vse any ignominious words or speeches touching the books or ministers authorised by the State of England. Recogn coram me signed; William LEWIS, John LEWGER Secretary, John MEDCALFE, Richard BROWNE (Archives of Maryland Online, Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650, Volume 4, Page 38.) (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 78.)

[relative of Ann Lewger? Who m. William Tattershall? Their daughter Mary Tattershall m. 1st John Jarboe 2nd Stephen Gough]

[Note that ________ with partner Benjamin Gill called John Jarboe “brother” in 1651 per A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse.][Find this book.]

27 Aug 1638. Will of John SMITHSON, of St. Mary's Co., 27th Aug 1638. Wife Anne, execx, and sole legatee. Test: JOHN METCALFE. (Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, Compiled and Edited by Jane Baldwin, Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. 1, Compiled by Jan Baldwin, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD., 1968. (Will Book 1, page 2) and (Maryland State Archives Online, Vol. 4, pp. 45-46.)

[John Smithson may have been from Yorkshire, England. Was he a relative of Thomas Smithson also of Maryland?]

20 Apr 1639. The Accompt of Thomas CORNWALEYS Esq for the Admraon of the goods of Jerome HAWLEY late of St Maries Esq deceased delivered into the Court the 20th Aprill 1639. Thomas CORNWALEYS debitor to the estate of Jerome HAWLEY as followeth (l S d)

to goods received, as p Inventary 849o6 9

to a debt received of Thomas HEBDEN 0031 26

to a debt received of John DANDIE 0031 33 [Dandy]

to a debt received of John WYATT 00017 0

to a bill from Cyprian THROUGHGOOD 00507 0 [Thorowgood]

to a bill from Anthony COTTON oo81 76

to rec of Capt: EVELIN & company, a debt of 1824 l tob: 022 16 0 894 o6 0d

to desperate debts vpon bills as followeth (lsd)

from Thomas BRADNOCK [Bradnox] & Richard PURLIVANT; 1500 l tob 018 15 0

from William MEDCALFE 5001 tob: oc6050

from Ed: COMINS & Tho: PETT, 800 l tob:01000 0

from Robt PHILPOTT, and Laurence MOLLOCK; 777 l tob. 009 14 6

from Will: COXE and John SMITH, 450 l 005126

050 07 0

totall 944k 35

(Maryland Assembly Proceedings, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber Z, Vol. 4, p.100.) (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, pp. 83-84.)

Before 1640. William MEDCALF immigrated prior to 1640, Of Isle of Kent. Liber 1, Folio 80-82. (The Early Settlers of Maryland: In Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Skordas, Gust., editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1968, p. 312.)

24 Sept 1640. William MEDCALF & Thomas YEWELL (planters, of Isle of Kent) demanded land called Mattax [Mattox] Neck from Capt. William CLAYBORNE. Said William demanded 100 a. for transporting self. Said Thomas demanded 50 a. for his service to Capt. William CLAYBORNE. Warrant to William MEDCALF & Thomas YEWELL for 150 a. on Mattax Neck & 150 a. on Hog Pen Neck. Survey for William MEDCALF & Thomas YEWELL for land in Mattapax Neck bounding Mattapax Creek, Medcalf’s Branch, Cedar Branch, Goose Harbour for 130 a. 1 other neck in Hog Pen Neck, Bounding Pinie Bay, Long Creek, New Ordinary Creek for 150 a. Patent to William MEDCALF & Thomas YEWELL. Date: 26 Sept. 1640. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F&B, Z&A, A&B, V.L. Skinner, Jr. Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, pp. 8-9.)

1640. MEDCALF, William “Goose Hill” (Land owners of St. Mary’s Co., Maryland. /th/read/MDSTMARY/2004-06/1087147892 on Oct. 25, 2006)


1640. MEDCALF, William and Thomas Yewell “New Hog Pen Neck” (Land owners of St. Mary’s Co., Maryland. /th/read/MDSTMARY/2004-06/1087147892 on Oct. 25, 2006)


1640. MEDCALF, William and Thomas Yewell “Mattapany Neck” (Land owners of St. Mary’s Co., Maryland. /th/read/MDSTMARY/2004-06/1087147892 on Oct. 25, 2006)

1641. Gilbert METCALF was transported to Maryland. Liber 1, Folio 24. (The Early Settlers of Maryland: In Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Skordas, Gust., editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1968, p. 525, Repr. 1986, p. 315) [same entry as 5 July 1642]

19 July 1642. Knowe all men by these prsents that I John SMITH of the Isle of Kent planter have received full satisfaction of Thomas BRADNOX of a debt due from Mr. William BRANTHWAIT unto the said John SMITH of Seaventeene hundred pounds of Tobacco and likewise another debt of six hundred pounds of Tobacco due from the said Mr. William BRANTHWAIT I say Received by mee the day and yeare above written. Sign John SMITH. Witness John METCALF, Dirch SERRITT. (Maryland State Archives Online, Volume 10, page 60.) and (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 166.)

[William Branthwait was a near relative of Lord Baltimore.]

Sept. 1642. Inhabitants of Kent Island, Maryland.

William NAUFONE, Thomas ALIEN [Allen] [possible father of Wm. Allen. Gilbert Metcalfe m. Jane Allen, d/o Wm. Allen], John BENNETT, Henry MORGAN, Thomas PETT, Thomas STENT, Giles BASHA [Bashaw], Thomas KEYNE [Keene], Francis BROOKS, William LANT, William PARRY, Robert PHILPOTT, Nicholas PORTER, George CROUCH, Robert HEWETT, Robert LAKE, John PATTNER, William WIELDEE, Richard THOMPSON, Francis RABNETT, Thomas BUTLER, Walter WEEKS, Edward COMINS, John RUSSELL, Thomas PARKER, Thomas HALES, William COX, Henry BELLAMY, Ralph PETTIMAN, Thomas KIDD, John MEDCALFE, John GRESHAM, John MARWOOD, William JACKSON, Richard SMITH, Richard SPAIN, William SMITH, William ASHBROOK, Edmond PARRY [Perry], Devor GODWIN, Thomas DIER, Robert SHORT, Nich POTHAMPTON [Paulhampton], Roger BAXTER, John SMITH, Richard PURLEVANT, John ABBOTT, Duck DENITZ, Philip CONNER, John WALKER, John LEE, Walter SMITH, Henry EAST, John POWELL, James JOHNSON, Nicholas BROWNE, John HILL, Mathew RODAN [Rodham], Thomas ARNOLD, Richard PINNER, Howell MORGAN, John ARMSBY, Edward THOMPSON, Thomas BRADNOCK, John PHILIPS, Robert VAUGHAN, Andrew BASHA [Bashaw], Richard HOBEN, Charles STEWARD, John PERE [Perry], Hughe FOWES, James CLAUGHTON. (Maryland Assembly Proceedings, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber MC, Vol. 1, p.168.)

[Locate for research: Skirven, Percy G. "Seven Pioneers of the Colonial Eastern Shore: Robert Vaughan, Joseph Wickes, Thomas Hynson, James Ringgold, Augustine Herman, Richard Tilghman and Simon Wilmer." Maryland Historical Magazine 15 (1920): 230-251, 395-419.]

29 Nov 1642. Jane COCKSHOTT (widow) requested patent for land granted Randall REVELL who has surrendered the land. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 3.)

[ " Know ye that we, for and in consideration thatt Randall Revel, being seized in fee of a certain freehold, part of the manor of West St. Maries, by vertue of a grant to him the said Randall from us by patent under our great seal, bearing date 17th October 1640, hath surrendered into our hands the said grant to the use of Jane Cockshott, widow, Doe therefore hereby give, grant and confirm unto the said Jane, all that neck of land called Green's Point, &c. ut in Revel's patent.Given 29th November 1642." LIBER No. 1, fol. 24.]

5 July 1642. John COCKSHOTT demanded 2000 a. for transporting in 1641: self, Jane his wife, Mary COCKSHOTT, Jane COCKSHOTT, Eleanor CLERK, Thomas HARDIE, Gilbert METCALF, Michael HACKER. ((Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 3.) [ALSO TO BE ENTERED IN VIRGINIA AND GILBERT METCALFE FILES]

[John Cockshott is believed to have come from Yorkshire. Mr. Ffenwick (attorney for Capt. Cornwallys) and Geo. Binks [Banks] inventoried his estate; Thomas Green and Nathan Pope appraised John Cockshott’s estate on 28 Oct 1642. Wife Jane.]

[Eleanor Clerk was wife Robert Clark of the same place in Charles Co., Maryland. See William Metcalfe’s will of 1655 in Northumberland Co., Va which names Robert Clark’s son John Clark: “My will is that John CLARKE shall & doe plant soe much Corne in my Plantacon as hee himselfe or one other for him may tend & not be disturbed or molested by any p:son or p:sons.”]

[Did a Metcalf marry Cockshott’s daughter Jane? This is a big leap and needs to be researched. Here is what I have found on her: St. Mary's City Women's Career Files, MSA SC 4040: Jane Cockshott ( 1641 - ? )Husband: 1. Thomas Matthews, (exec., 1676), 2. by 1677, John Bread. Parents: John Cockshott (SM#841) and Jane Cockshott Causine Clarke. Siblings: Mary. Children (Mathews): Anne (m. 1. Thomas Mudd, 2. Philip Hoskins), Jane (m. Joshua Doyne), Victoria (m. William Thompson), William, Ignatius (m. Mary Doyne).]

[Note also that Benjamin Gill died on Nov. 22, 1655 at the home of Nicholas Causin, Portobbaco, Charles County, MD. Benjamin Gill had at least one known daughter Anne Gill. She came to Maryland in 1642, with her father, Benjamin Gill. Her will was dated Jun. 28, 1697 and proved Jun. 3, 1698. Anne Gill m. Capt. James Neale. Children: 1)Henrietta Maria Neale m. Richard Bennett (his sister Elizabeth Bennett m. Charles Scarburgh of Accomack, VA. Note that the Metcalfes are related to the Scarburghs through the Leatherbury family. John, Isaac, & Samuel Metcalfe of Accomac Co., VA in 1703]; 2) James Neale; 3)Dorothy Neale; 4) Anthony Neale; 5) Jane Neale.]

[How did Metcalf Gill of Va get his name?]

[Since John Metcalf can be traced to Charles Co. in 1650 (originally in St. Mary’s Co.) on the Chingomuxon, it is probable that Gilbert Metcalfe is of some relation.]

Feb 1643. Charges or “Bills” against Richard INGLE:

1. Richard INGLE of Redriff in Surrey, England, mariner, on Feb. 22nd in the 17th year of His Majesty’s reign, on his ship The Reformation, at anchor in Accomack, Virginia, was arrested by the Commander of Accomack. INGLE condemned the arrest and “ saying these words [I deny it in the Parlarnents name] and rose in armes against the kings authority, and drew out his curtelaxe, saying [he that came aboard he would cutt off his head] contemptuously malitiously & traiterously” acted as a traitor against the King and Crown and disrupted the peace.

2. Richard INGLE on Nov. 20th in the 17th year of his majesty’s reign, and some days before and since at Gravesend in Kent, England acted as a traitor and bore arms against his mates and the town of Gravesend and against the King and disrupted the peace.

3. Richard INGLE, mariner, on April 18th in the 18th year of His Majesty’s reign, and some days before or since, when on his ship The Reformation, at anchor in Potomeck [Potomac]River, near St. Clements Island, did say “certaine malicious & scandalous words & speeches did vtter & vse agst the Princely honor of PRINCE RUPERT his Maties Lieutent Generall in England, viz saying [that PRINCE RUPERT was a rogue or rascall],” and disrupted the peace.

An enquest was impannelled consisting of the following individuals:

Cutbert FFENWICK , Walter BEANE, John NEVILL, John MEDLEY, Francis GRAY, Rich. NEVETT, Barnaby JACKSON, Peter DRAPER, Joseph EDLO, John LANGFORD, Arthur HAY, Gerard FFORD.

Witnesses sworne to give evidence: Daniel DUFFILL, George TAILOR [Taylor], Robt ELLYSON [Ellison], John METCALFE, & Edward HALL.

Richard INGLE, mariner, was being held aboard the ship, The Reformation, in the St Georges River in the County of St Maries, on the 18th of January last, in the custody of Edward PACKER then sheriff, for suspicion of treason. He “did break & depart” in 1643 without & against the will of the said Edward PACKER in February “with force & armes.” (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber PR, Vol. 4, p. 238.)

[George Taylor was transported at age 15 in 1637 by Capt. Robert Wintour along with Richard Brown, Arthur Webb, John Speed, Bartholomew Phillips, Thomas White, and (N) Morgan.]

Mar 1643. A jury was convened to hear the charge of murder against John DANDY of St. Maries Hundred, blacksmith, who shot an Indian boy with the Christian name, EDWARD. He assaulted and wounded EDWARD with a gun, “peirced his gutts,” after whick EDWARD died in 3 days. John DANDY pled not guilty and a trial was scheduled with the following jury: Mr. Cutbert FFENNICK gent., John HATCH, John WAVILL, Marks PHAYPO, John PRICE, Barnaby JACKSON, John METCALFE, John HOLLIS, Francisco VAN EYNDEN [Vanderhayden ?], John HILIERD, Rob. WISEMAN.

Witnesses sworn to give evidence: Mr. Will: BRAINTHWT & John KENT. The Jury found that John DANDY was guilty of murder. His execution was scheduled for the following Monday. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber PR, Vol. 4, p. 260.)

[I found John Dandy in a court document in August 1647. Was his death sentence withdrawn? Or was it another John Dandy? I also found a Dandy transported with Jane Metcalfe, probable wife or daughter of Gilbert Metcalfe, mother of Richard Metcalfe of Richmond Co., VA.]

The Land & Estate of mr James NEALE debtor Anno 1647:

-To mr Nicholas CAWSEENE for a Boate 1200

-To mr John HALLOWES by Speciality 1500

-To the Lord Propr for Eight years Rent at Severall times 3200

-To mr GERRARD for debt due unto Mortley & mr

-upon Specialty with Charges 2493

-To mr John HALLOWES by Specialty 1500

-To Capt CORNWALLEYS by Specialty 380

-To Coll YARDLEY Upon Speciality 600

-To ffrancis POSEY 1100

-More for Severall Charges of ffees 200

-To mr METCAIFE for Sheriffes ffees for Attachmt of my

-Cattell 150

-for my Expence and paines taking about this busieness and Damage 1500

Total 13823

LiberB. 10 April 1654. Benjamin GILL maketh oath that the Accompt above written is a Just and true Accompt (with the least) of what he hath paid Expended and been damnified touching the Land above Mentioned. Sworne in open Court the day and year above written, Willm STONE, Tho: HATTON. (Archives of Maryland Online, Vol 10, page 360.) [James Neale was the brother in law of Benjamin Gill, Jr.]

[Benjamin Gill, Sr. died 22 Nov 1655 at the home of Nicholas Causin who was on the Ark with John Metcalfe, Gent.][Genealogists give conflicting information on the Benjamin Gills. Benjamin Gill, Sr. b. bef. 1609, lived in Charles Co., Maryland, m. Mary Mainwaring (d/o Oliver Mainwaring and Margaret Torbock) before 1629; some researchers say he married the widow of Giles Brent. Children of Benjamin Gill, Sr.: Stephen Gill m. Rachel Price; Ann Gill m. James Neale of record above; Benjamin Gill, Jr.was b. about 1640 in New Castle Co., Del. married Ann Curtis about 1695. Ann m. 1st John Haselwood b. about 1639 of Salem Co., NJ (by his previous wife Frances, John Haselwood had son George Haselwood who m. Ann Robinson in 1684 and settled in Christ Church Parish, Middlesex Co., VA); 2nd Benjamin Gill, III.; 3rd Peter Blacksfield.]

[1695 July 20. Do. Samuel CURTISE, yeoman, and Benjamin GILL, ship carpenter, both of MunMouth R. alias Allawayes Creek, Salem Co., with his wife Ann HASLEWOOD, now wife of said GILL, executors of John HASLEWOOD dec'd, to the heirs of Thomas WATSON, late of the Town of Greenwitch, dec'd, for 16 acres in said town, formerly surveyed for Thomas MOWYER, on the main street above the lot formerly laid out for George Prouoe, part of the 2,000 a. granted by John FENWICK to Vicessimus NETTLESHIP.] 455

[Benjamin GILL. Late of New Castle County, now of Monmouth River, Salem County, NJ. Ship carpenter. July 15, 1695. Feb. 6, 1695. Misc. I:178. Wife, Ann. Estate in England and America. Exc.: wife Ann.]

21 Jan 1647. I, Mrs. Margarett BRENT, Attorney to his Lordship of Maryland, have sold William WHITLE, Soldier of St Inego's Fort, one black cow, cropped on both eares, with a bob-tayle, out of his Lordship’s stock, in part of paymt for his wages of a greater sum, due unto the sd William WHITLE. I, Margarett BRENT, do warrant the sale of the Cow, from all claimes in Law. William shall freely possesse & enjoy the Cow, to him & his heirs, forever. Signed: Margarett BRENT. Witnesses: John METTCALFE, John P. I. PRITCHETT [Pritchard]. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber A, Vol. 4, p. 449.) (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 116.)

28 Feb 1647. Margarett BRENT sold to George MANNERS (gentleman) BUTTLER’S Land 100 a. in St. Michael’s Manor. Witnesses: Giles BRENT, John METCALFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 103.)

6 Mar 1647. Mrs. Marg. BRENT attorney for His Lordship sold to Edward COTTON (carpenter) chattel. Witnesses: John METCALFE, Signed: Margaret BRENT. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 103.)

5 Apr 1647. Thomas HOWARD & John METCALFE (both of St. Maries’) are bound to James LINDSEY. Signed: Tho. HOWARD, John METCALFE. Witness: John PRICE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 86.)

12 Jun 1647. We bind Thomas HOWARD and John METCALFE, both of St. Maries, or heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to pay unto James LINDSEY of the same Province, his heyres, executors, or assignes, the “just & full quanty of two hundd & sixty pounds of good marchble leafe Tob: wth cask” on November 10th. Signed 5 April 1647. Tho: A. HOWARD, John METCALFE. Wit: John PRICE. Recorded by William BRETTON, Clerk. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber A, Vol. 4, p. 312.)

[Howard family members continue to be found after this date with Metcalfe family members. A relationship by marriage is likely. Did John Metcalfe marry a Howard, or marry a Lindsey, or did they all three marry sisters?]

[More information on Thomas Howard from: /~Bonestwo/index-19.html

2. Rice Hooe, II b. bef 1634, James City Co., VA, d. by 1 Oct 1694, Merchant’s Hope, Charles City Co., VA, m. bef 16 Nov 1660, Susannah. It is not known what Susannah’s maiden name was but on 10 Sep 1660, “It is ordered that a sequestracon be made of the estate & portion of Susanna ye daughter of Richard Nicholas, dec’d, according to his nuncupative will, out of the hands of Mr. Rice Hooe who married the relict of ye sd Decedt. ...” Hooe was required to give security “until full age or marriage of the said orphan.” Rice was allowed out of his father’s estate, on 17 Dec 1655, “one gun and a share of the last crop, in consideration of his care and pains in the said crop.” On 3 Dec 1656, “Rice Hooe of Merchant’s Hope in Charles City, sonne and lawful heir of Rice Hooe, late of the place sold to William Hurt of Buckland, planter, with advice and consent of his mother and guardian, Mrs. Sarah Hoe, widow”, 300 acres in James City granted to said Rice Hoe dec’d, 4 Jun 1639. This deed was signed by Sarah Hooe and Rice Hooe. By 31 Dec 1689, Rice Hooe had married the widow of Thomas Howard, apparently. On 13 Mar 1689/90, he was sued by John Davis who had been sold to Mr. Thomas Howard, “predecessor of Mr. Rice Hoe” (sic) for 4 years. [Stafford County O.B. p. 129]. On 10 Nov 1692, Rice Hooe was sued by Thomas Howard, “cozen and heir of Thomas Howard, dec’d.” (Ibid., p.310). By 1 Oct 1694, he was evidently dead as in a grant by William Fitzhugh the 1000 acres taken up 25 Apr 1671, “b Rice Hoe who left the same to his son, Rice Hoe, who sold the land to Col. William Fitzhugh who now prays for a grant to the same” was mentioned. On the same day Rice Hooe received a grant Col. Rice Hooe and Rice, his son, were granted 200 acres of land in Stafford County. On 20 Nov 1711, the will of Ann Lynes of Charles Co., MD, mentioned Col. Rice Hoe (sic) of Virginia and for 1100 acres with Thomas Gilson, near Mr. Frances Dade.

[This is probably key to the Metcalfe family of Fauquier Co. and the John Metcalfe who was transported by Gilson.]

3. Rice Hooe, III Col. b. ca. 1660, Merchant’s Hope, Charles City Co., VA, d. 17 Apr 1726, Barnesfield, King George Co., VA, m. (3) by 9 Nov 1699, Frances Townshend b. ca. 1667, Stafford Co., VA, d. 26 Apr 1726, King George Co., VA, (daughter of Col. Robert and Mary (Langhorne) Townshend). Rice married 1st, Mary, the widow of Robert Massey on 10 Feb 1691/2, [O.B. p. 208]. On 10 May 1692, he was executor of the will of Sigismund Massey. In 1695, he married Anne Howson, the daughter of Robert Howson, dec’d, of Stafford Co., VA, by whom he had a son, Howson Hooe in Feb 1696. On 29 Oct 1699, Rice Hooe was called “father-in- law” (i.e. Step-father), by Benjamin Massey of Stafford Co., whose brother Dade Massey was born 1679. Anne Hooe died before 9 Nov 1699 as by that time, Rice had married Frances, widow of Capt. John Withers and before that of Francis Dade, both of Stafford Co., VA. On 10 Jul 1700, Rice was a Justice of Stafford County and also a member of the House of Burgesses for that county. On 22 Dec 1703, Rice was appointed an executor of his will by Robert Alexander. On 22 Sep 1704, Frances, his wife, in her will. He is said to have erected his home Barnesfield at Hooe’s Ferry, Stafford Co., in 1715. He died 19 Apr 1726. [St. Paul’s Parish Records]. On a monument dated 2 Nov 1852 by Dr. Abram Barnes Hooe, a descendant, was erected in the family burying ground , inscribed with the names of all known to have been interred there. Rice and Frances Hooe, head the list, and under their name is written the following: “Col. Hooe settled here from Lower Virginia before or about the beginning of the 18th Century and after marriage, built in 1715 yonder house, now standing and with the farm is called Barnesfield. Nov. 2nd A. D. 1852.” Another interesting point is that Frances, his 3rd wife, was the sister-in-law of his 1st wife, Mary Dade. Give source]

3 Sept 1647. John MEDCALFE, attorney for Edward COLES, demanded a warrant for the arrest of Nicholas PAULHAMPTON, concerning a gun. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber A, Vol. 4, p. 325.) (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, pp. 88-89.)

3 Nov 1647. William SMOOT promises to sell to Capt. John PRICE his boat, pinnacle, which he had purchased from Leonard CALVERT, with all its riggings, sales, anchorage, etc. Wit: Robt. CLARKE, John METCALFE. Recorded by Robt. CLARKE, Clerk. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber A, Vol. 4, p. 340.) (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 92.)

[Check the Smoot/Smute records of Virginia.]

24 Mar 1648. John METCALFE was appointed High Sheriff of St. Maries County. (Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 3, p. 294.)

11 Mar 1649. William BOARMAN appointed Mr. John MEDCALFE his attorney to prosecute and defend him in all causes in court or issues concerning him. Probably a Power of Attorney. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 10, p. 139.)

Aug 1649. “Mr Robert CLARK by Mr Jno METCALF The Complaynt Sueth by his Attorney Thomas HAMPER Deft plt to be relieved upon a Bill of ffive hundred dred pounds Tobacco and Caske made to Capt Wm STONE with an assignmt on the back Side the said Bill from Capt STONE unto the Complt bearing date the 5th August 1649, payable in St Michael's hundred the tenth day of November following, The Defdt Confesseth the Debt, It is Ordered that the Said Defdt make present Satisfaccon, and that the Bill to be delivered up to be Cancelled. Mr John METCALF plt. The plt having formerly obtained an Scippar Jacob DIRRICKSON by Attachmt out of the Secretaries Office Jno HATCH his Attorney Deft for the Securing a debt of Ten pounds Sterling upon bill dated the 25th of March 1651 payable at Christmass next following, which Said Money was to be Laid out in Holland according to the Plt directions for Comodities, and the Said Commodities to be delivered in St Georges River to the Plt, the plt running the danger of the Seas The Defdt p. 300 failing in the performance of his Said ingagement the Cornplaynt moveth the Court to proceed to Judgmt But the Deft by his Attorney Answers that he had noe Summons to appear in the Vmisses this Court and refuseth to Answer till he the Defdt by his Attorney Shall have Lawfull Summons.” (Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 10, p. 162.)

25 Oct 1649. Nathaniel POPE (gentleman, of Appamatocks) assigned 2000 a. bought of Mrs. STRATTON at her going to England. Witnesses: John METCALFE, William EVANS. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 132.)

1650. Treasurer or Receiver General of St. Marys County: Thomas GREEN from June 10th 1647 to August 5th 1650 when he was dismissed. John METCALF from Aug. 5th 1650 to August 1st 1651. (William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 5, No. 1. (July 1896), pp. 47-50.)

24 Feb 1650. Same entry as next. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 167.)

24 March 1650. “Received of the Said Custome 24o Martij 1650 of 806 Jacob DERRICKSON mr METCALFE being then Receiver.” (Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 3, page 302.)

Mar 1650/51. We have great reason to be willing and ready upon all occasions to gratify amongst divers others who have deserved well of us there, John METCALFE, gent and Lieutenant William LEWES who have each of them made suite unto us lately to bestowe the Sherriffes place of St. Marys upon them respectively. (Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 1, p. 318.)

24 May 1650. This Bill bindeth vs Richard WARE, Robert HOLT and Edward Judgmt uppon HUDSON all of St Michaells Hundred within the County of Maryland planters, our heires Execrs Admrs and Assignes Jointly & severally, to pay or cause to bee paid vnto Henry Ponntnell his heires or Assignes the just and full somme of ffifteene hundred pounds of good and mrchantable leafe Tobacco with Caske to bee paid at the nowe dwelling House of the said Robert HOLT and Edward HUDSON at or vppon the tenth day of November next ensueinge the date hereof. As witnes our hands this 24th of ffebruary 1650 The marke of Richard WARE, The marke of Robert HOLT, the marke of Edward HUDSON. Testes John METCALF, Thomas LEECH. (Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657, Maryland State Archives Online, Volume 10, Page 64.)

16 Sept 1650. Mr. John METCALF demanded 800 a. for transporting self & his servant John ROBINSON 15 years ago. Warrant at Chingomaxon [Chingomuxon] on the north side of Patomack River. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, Patent Record F & B, Z & A, A & B, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 161.) [Thomas Allenson, possibly related to William Allen; Gilbert Metcalfe m. Jane Allen, d/o Wm. Allen. Thomas Allenson had land nearby in 1659, Allenson’s Folly and Allison’s Secret (on Dogue Creek).] This area might be St. Michael Hundred. Riverside Hundred was nearby. Other surnames associated with Chingomuxon are Philip Hoskins, Richard Harrison, Thomas Maggott [later found in VA], Thomas Smallwood.] [Wenman, Mary, Charles Co., 11th Feb., 1685-6; 25th Aug., 1686. To Thomas Plouket, Winifrede Fardenand, and Margaret Hammons, personalty. To Mary Wolfe at age, residne of cstate, real and personal. Ex.: Jno. Godson. Test: Richard Sarbut, Susanna Evens, Philip Hoskins. 4. 211.]

24 Sept 1650. Francis VANENDEN [Vanderhayden] bound himself to William BOREMAN. Witnesses: John METCALFE, Friendship TOUNG [Young?]. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 38.)

1651. Deed. John METCALF, Gent. Cousin to Antho. METCALF. Liber ABH, Folio 206. (The Early Settlers of Maryland: In Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Skordas, Gust., editor. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1968, p. 525, Repr. 1986, p. 315)

[DO MORE RESEARCH ON THIS]

17 Feb 1651. I Ffrancis VANENDEN [Vanderhayden] do hereby assign unto his Lordship’s Secretary, Mr. Thomas HATTON, all tobacco due and unpaid to me from Capt. Robert VAUGHAN, Zachary WADE, Mr. George PUDDINGTON, Mr. James COX, and Phillip HYDE or any of them for Ordinaries at the Assembly held at St. Maries in the years 1649 and 1650, or at any other time. Signed: Ffrancis VANENDEN. Wit: John METCALF, Nicholas GWYTHER. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 10, pp. 122-123.)

[Will of Zachary Wade 1677. Maryland Calendar of Wills. Will of Zachary Wade, Charles Co. 5 March 1677; 25 May 1677.

To eld. son Richard and hrs., 550 A., "Limme" and "Limmis Enlargement;" 400A., "Wadeson" and "Wadeson's Enlargement," and 1/2 of 1,060 A., "Locust Thicket," being land bought by testator and brother, Randolph Hinson, fromThomas Brookes; also land at hd. of Piscataway Creek.

To son Robert and hrs., 600 A., part of "Market Overton;" 500 A., "Forest Green;" 350 A., "Stony Harbor," on Piscataway Ck; and 200 A. "Friendship".

To dau. Theodosia, land on eastern branch of Piscataway, taken up by testator and brother, Luke Gardner; also remainder of "Market Overton" afsd.

To Mary Hinson [Pinson], personalty.

To 3 children afsd., residue of estate; should any die without issue, survivor or survivors to inherit deceased's portion. In event of death of all child. without issue, estate to be divided among brother-in-law Randolph Hinson's sons (unnamed) and William Hatton's son (unnamed). Exs.: Brother Ran. Hinson, Wm. Hatton. Test: Abraham Sapcoate, Jno. Guyott, Richard Hodgson. 9. 16. (Rootsweb)]

[Earlier Wade of Virginia are probably descended from Sir William Wade, a shareholder in the Virginia Colony. “Sir William, a shareholder in the Virginia Colony, died in 1623, at his Monor of Battailes, essex Oct 21. … “It is said that the Wades of Virginia claim descent from Armagil Waad…1511-1568, … there is a will of an Armagil Wade who lived in York Co vA in 1644 and was Burgess in 1657.This will, undated mentions sons thomas, William and dau Joyce. York Co records reveal the names of Armagil Wade, Esward, Thomas, William, John, Richard, James, Joseph, Mildred Wade - surely some or all of these were descendants of the first Armagil WAAD of England who was on inconsiderable figure in the history of his own land (Copied from pages 12 & 13 of the History of the Wades) by Zada Wade Beadles. /th/read/WADE/2000-01/0948397832 on Dec. 20, 2006.]

11 Mar 1651. William BOARMAN appointed Mr. John MEDCALFE as his attorney. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 28.)

14 Mar 1651. Jury: Mr. Edward PACKER, Mr. Paul SIMPSON, Mr. Walter BEANE, Mr. William MARSHALL, John CAGE, Nicholas CASZEENE, Henry FOX, Mr. John WADE, Mr. Francis BROOKE, Mr. Phillip LAND, Henry ADAMS, Mr. John METCALFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 31.)

[Next entries: Mrs. Susan Warren vs. Capt. William Mitchell. Henry Cox was granted administration on estate of Robert Ward (of St. Maries’ Co.) he having married the widow. Henry Fox was named with William Metcalfe in the inventory of Richard Metcalfe, Gilbert Metcalfe’s brother in 1686. Widow is now dec’d, leaving 3 small children by Ward.][Nicholas Causine was transported with John Metcalfe on the Ark.]

14 Mar 1651. Mr. Robert CLARK, Plt. by Mr. Jno. METCALFE, his Attorney vs. Thomas HAMPER, deft. to be relieved upon a bill of five hundred pounds of Tobacco and Caske made to Capt. Wm. STONE with an assignment on the back side of the said bill from Capt. STONE unto Mr. CLARK bearing the 5th Aug. 1649, payable the tenth day of November following. The Deft. confesses the debt. It is ordered that Thomas HAMPER make present satisfaction and that the bill be cancelled. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 10, pp. 160-161.)

14 Mar 1651. John METCALF, plt. The plt. formerly obtained an attachment from Scippar Jacob DIRRICKSON (Jno. HATCH his attorney) from the Secretaries Office. The Deft. asked for the securing of a debt of ten pounds Sterling upon a bill dated 25th Mar 1651, payable next Christmas. The money was to be laid out in Holland according to METCALF’s directions for Commodoties. These commodoties are to be delivered in St. George’s River to METCALF, but DIRRICKSON runs the danger of the Seas. The Deft. failing in the performance of his agreement, the Plt. asked the Court to make judgement, but the Deft. (by his attorney HATCH), said that he had no summons to appear in court and refuses to answer the compliant against him until he has a lawful summons. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 10, p. 162.)

20 June 1651. Benjamine GILL acknowledged debt to Lord BALTIMORE. Witness: John MEDCALF. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 18.)

[Benjamin Gill b. before 1609 Charles Co., MD, d. 22 Nov 1655 at home of Nicholas Cousin, Port Tobacco, Maryland, m. Mary Mainwaring before 1628, d/o Oliver Mainwaring and Margaret Torbock, they had son Stephen Gill m. Rachel Price. Other researchers state his first wife was a widow of Giles Brent.]

6 Nov 1651. John MEDCALF (gentleman) deposed that he heard Dorothy HOLT curse her husband & her son Richard. He knew nothing between Edward HUDSON & said Dorothy. Henry COX deposed that he lived in house with Robert HOLT & Edward HUDSON from August to mid-October & knew of no grievances. Nor did Edward HUDSON & Dorothy wife of Robert HOLT bed together. Edward HUDSON & Dorothy HOLT wife of Robert HOLT were arrested & brought to court. Depositions by Andrew WATSON, Rose SMITH, George DOLTY, Humphrey HOWELL, Mr. JOHN MEDCALF, & said Robert HOLT. Edward HUDSON to be punished. Dorothy HOLT to be punished. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 24.)

[Henry Cox later moved to VA as did Dorothy Holt with Edward Hudson and their children]

22 Jun 1652. Mr. Jno METCALF, plt. vs. Skipper Jacob DERICKSON, deft. John HATCH acted as attorney for DERICKSON. For ten pounds sterling bearing date of March 25th, the bill not paid by agreement. The Defendent DERICKSON said that he ship came into Accomack and brought the goods and according to the agreement, but before he could begin his business the “States of England’s Ships” came in and made a price for the goods, and they are a casualty of the sea, which makes the agreement void. The court referred it to a jury, and twelver jurors were impannele. The jury found for METCALFE and stated that the Ship was in the harbor and was past the danger of the Sea and orders the deft. to pay the plt. 6000 pounds of Tobacco and Cask for non performance of the agreement. (Maryland Court and Testamentary Business, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 10, p. 166.)

1 Dec 1652. Richard BENNIT [Bennet] is bound to Richard BANKS for chattel & plantation formerly of Jozyph CADELL [Caudle?]. Witnesses: John THIMBLEBY, Henry MEDLAP. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 36.)

[There was an underage Henry, son of William Metcalfe who had previously lived in Maryland but moved to Northumberland Co., VA. This William died in 1655 leaving sons Henry and George, both having guardians.]

2 Mar 1653. Mr. John METCALFE (sheriff) deposed that Lt. LEWIS authorized Mr. Edward PACKER as his attorney in the suit against Mr. William HARDWICK. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 53.)

31 May 1653. William SMITH appointed his daughter Susan WARREN as his attorney. Witnesses: John METCALFE, Walter HALL. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 50.)

9 June 1653. The Governor appointed Mr. John METCALFE as high sheriff of St. Maries’ Co. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 47.)

1 Aug 1653. John CHANDLER (gentleman) sold to Mr. Thomas HATTON (Secretary) chattel for him & for Richard HATTON (son of said Thomas) & William HATTON (nephew of said Thomas). Witnesses: Henry COURSEY, John METCALFE, Phillip LAND. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 45.)

14 Aug 1653. Henry BISHOP made over chattel to John MEDLEY & John THIMBLEBY. Witnesses: John METCALFE, Robert GREENE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 49.)

3/4 Oct 1653. William STONE, Esq. (Governor of VA) sold to Col. William WHITTINGTON (of Northampton Co., VA) all land in Northampton Co. Cites land sold to: James DAVIS, Urmston FOSTER, Mr. COWDREY, Richard NOTTINGHAM, William SACHELL. Witnesses: Tho. HATTON, Francis POTT. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, pp. 49-50.)

[I believe that there is likely some relationship of the Metcalfes to Sachell, thus the name Vachell Metcalfe. The original source documents should be reviewed to confirm the spelling. See Thomas Hatton with John Metcalfe.]

30 Mar 1654. Tho. BAKER appointed Henry FOX as his attorney in suit against William BOREMAN. Witnesses: John METCALFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 59.)

[Henry Fox witnessed will of Richard Metcalfe of Yorke, brother of Gilbert1 in 1685.]

1 Apr 1654. Accounts of estate of Mr. James NEALE debtor in 1647. Payments to: Mr. Nicholas CAWSEENE, Mr. John HALLOWES, Mr. GERRARD, Capt. CORNWALLEYS, Col. YARDLEY, Francis POSEY, Mr. METCALFE, accountant. Signed Benjamin GILL. Motion by Mr. Benjamin GILL for an extent on the land of Mr. James NEALE called Wallaston Manner 2000 a. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 58.) [Nicholas Causin was transported with John Metcalfe on the Ark. Nicholas Causin died at the home of Benjamin Gill in 1655.]

1 Apr 1654. Account of Mr. Thomas HATTON (Attorney General) of Dutch Custome. Mentions: Mr. GREENE, Hans JACOBSEN, Jacob DERRICKSON, Mr. METCALFE, Lt. Richard BANCKS [Banks], Thomas WARR, John HATCH, John HALFHEAD. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p.58.)

[See Derrickson with Harman in Bohemia Manor area. This John Metcalfe may have had son James Metcalfe, William Metcalfe (d. 1655 VA), John Metcalfe of York Co., VA.]

10 Apr 1654. The Account of Mr. Thomas HATTON, Attorney General, for payments of soldiers in the “Dutch Custome...Received of the Said Custome 24th Ffebr 1650 of Claus JACOBSEN and was allowed him by his Lordship (declaration de Anno 1650); Received of the sd Custome 24th Martij 1650 of Jacob DERRICKSON, Mr. METCALFE being then Receiver; Bills Assigned by Skipper JACOB and Skipper CLAUS to Mr. GREEN in part of the Custome.” Mr. Green delivered to the Account when leaving the Receivers Place. Lt. Richard BANCKS [Banks] and Thomas WARR payed tobacco by order of the court and returned to John HATCH, attorney for Skipper Jacob. The debt was ordered to be paid his Lordship out of Skipper Jacob’s estate, but it is not yet been paid...Attorney Mr. METCALF as a receiver, was allowed 5 percent for recording, and taking the orders in the Dutch Custome. (Proceedings of the Council of Maryland 1636-1667, Maryland State Archives Online, Liber B, Vol. 3, pp. 302-303.)

10 Apr 1654. John NORMAN vs. Edward BOWLES. Mr. John METCALFE (sheriff) moved for the defendant. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 57.)

24 May 1654. Mr. John METCALF deposed that Henry FOX deposed correctly. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 63.)

24 Apr 1655. John MEDCALF, as sheriff, pressed a boat belonging to Phillip LAND for the insurrection, per Henry FOX. 17 May 1655. John DANDY appointed his wife Anne DANDY as his attorney. Witnesses: John METTCALFE, John SHERCLIFFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 170.)

17 May 1655. John DANDY appointed his wife Anne DANDY as his attorney. Witnesses: John METTCALFE, John SHERCLIFFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 177.)

26 Dec 1655. William WATSON deposed that he had a warrant from Capt. William STONE, with (N) MEDCALF, to publish a proclamation regarding the government. Mr. John POTT is security for William WATSON. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 174.)

31 Dec 1655. Barnaby JACKSON (planter of St. Maries’) sold to Timothy GUDRIDGE (planter of Putuxent) 100 a. on northwest side of said JACKSON’S land Fresh Pond Neck. Signed: Barbara JACKSON. Witnesses: John METCALFE, John CHOCOY, John LOUL [Lewl?]. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 182.)

20 Apr 1657. Will of Nicholas KEITING, no county named, dtd 20 Apr., 1657; prvd 10th Oct. 1661. To wife (unnamed) execx.; 1/3 estate, real & personal, son Thomas residue of real estate in Md. and Ireland, daughter Ellinor, personalty. Test: JOHN METCALFE, Marks Pheype [Pheypo]. (Maryland Calendar of Wills, Will Book 1, p. 150.)

[Ann Land, widow of Phillip Land m. 2nd Mark Pheypo.]

4 Nov 1657. Richard SMITH attorney for Mrs. Sarah MARSH vs. Patrick FORRESTYLE="executor of Mr. THOMAS HATTON (dec’d). Mr. MARSH obtained at Kent an order against the estate of Fran. LUMBER due Mr. HATTON & a note of Mr. MEDCALFE. (Abstracts of the Proprietary Records of the Provincial Court of Maryland, 1637-1658, V.L. Skinner, Jr., Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland, 2002, p. 198.)

1658. STREETER vs BROOKS. Vppon the demand of Richard COLLETT the ptfs Attorney, agst ffrancis BROOKS deft for 14000l Tob by Bill, The deft denyeth the sd

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