About William Brereton, 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin
- 'William Brereton, 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin1
- 'M, #44085, b. 28 February 1611, d. circa April 1664
- Last Edited=20 Jul 2005
- ' William Brereton, 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin was born on 28 February 1611.1 He was the son of Sir John Brereton and Anne Fitton.1 He was baptised on 8 March 1611 at Gawsworth, Cheshire, England.1 He married Lady Elizabeth Goring, daughter of George Goring, 1st Earl of Norwich and Mary Neville.1 He died circa April 1664.2 He was buried on 21 April 1664 at Brereton, Cheshire, England.2
- ' He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin, co. Carlow [I., 1624] on 1 October 1631.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Cheshire between 1661 and 1664.1
- 'Children of William Brereton, 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin and Lady Elizabeth Goring
- 1.Hon. Elizabeth Brereton2 d. fr 24 May 1722 - 14 Mar 1723/24
- 2.William Brereton, 3rd Baron Brereton of Leighlin+2 b. 4 May 1631, d. 17 Mar 1679/80
- 1.[S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume II, page 300. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
- 2.[S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume II, page 301.
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p4409.htm#i44085
3778. William Brereton
Notes for William Brereton: 1 William BRERETON BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: England Birth: 28 Feb 1611, Brereton, Yorkshire, England Death: 21 Apr 1664 Burial: 21 Apr 1664, Brereton, Cheshire, England Father: John BRERETON (1591-1629) Mother: Anne FITTON (1594-1663) Merchant from Dublin Spouse: Elizabeth GORING Birth: abt 1615, England Death: 1687, England Marr: 1630, Brereton, Cheshire, England Children: Capt. Thomas (1637-~1683) William (~1648-1690) Elizabeth 1.1a Capt. Thomas BRERETON BREWINGTON* _____________________________________________ Birth: 1637, Brereton, Cheshire, England Death: abt 1683, VA Occ: Planter Since he was given the title of Colonel, it is assumed he was in the military for the English crown when settling in VA Thomas received land for transporting William and several others to Virginia around 1666. Northumberland Co. Record Bk. 1706-1720, pp. 189-91 The will of Thomas Brereton, dated 23 Mar 1698/9 and proved 16 Aug 1699, anmed his wife Mary, son Thomas who was under 18 and was to be put to school to be taugth to read, write and cypher, brother Henry Brereton and niece Elizabeth Winder, daughter of sister Elizabeth, and made provision for an unborn child. He referred to his plantation ìStrawberry Fields,î 700 acres. Mrs Mary Brereton she returned an inventory of his estate(Northumberland Co. Order Bk. 1698-
713 p. 82) Spouse: Jane CLAIBORNE Birth: 1635, Romancoke, New Kent Co., VA Death: bef 20 May 1671, Northumberland Co., VA Father: William C. CLAIBORNE (1600-1678) Mother: Elizabeth BOTELER (~1610-~1689) Marr: 1658, Virginia Children: Thomas (-1699) Elizabeth (-1734) Other spouses: Grace ?-SPAN 1.1a.1a Thomas BREWINGTON* _____________________________________________ Death: 1699 Registered his cattlemark in 1675. On 7 Mar 1692/93 the House of Burgess summoned him, among others, to appear before it to give evidence concerning a disputed election fro Burgess from Northumberland County. He was captain of a company of Northumberland County Militia in 1698. Spouse: Elizabeth WINDER Children: Elizabeth (>1690-) Other spouses: Mary NUTT 1.1a.1a.1 Elizabeth BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: aft 1690, Somerset Co., MD Born after her fatherís death. She was given two rings, one with a small seal with her grandfather Breretonís coat of arms, by the will of her step-father Leanard Howson, 13 Dec 1704. She was under the guardianship of Thomas Caskins after her motherís death and on 18 Nov 1714 chose Thomas Pinkard as her guardian. Spouse: Col. Thomas JONES Father: Capt. William JONES 1.1a.1b Thomas BREWINGTON* (See above) _____________________________________________ Spouse: Mary NUTT Death: bef 13 Dec 1704 Other spouses: Elizabeth WINDER 1.1a.2 Elizabeth BRERETON _____________________________________________ Death: 1734, Northumberland Co, VA Spouse: Capt. Thomas WINDER Birth: 1666 Death: 1705 Father: Col. John WINDER Mother: Bridget 1.1b Capt. Thomas BRERETON BREWINGTON* (See above) _____________________________________________ Spouse: Grace ?-SPAN Other spouses: Jane CLAIBORNE 1.2 William BRERETON BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1648, Brereton, Cheshire, England Death: 1690, Maryland Birth: abt 1658, Virginia Occ: Planter Reli: Episcopalian By 1668 William was known as Mr. William Brereton and already had servants. Went from Northumberland Co., Virginia to Wicomico, MD in 1675 with wife and William, his son.(some sources state 1672, some give exact date of 1 Apr 1675). (Liber 15, Folio 318) Accompanying the family was Nicholas Toadvine. In ìOriginal Narratives of Early American History, Narratives of Early Virginia 1606-1625.î There is a footnote that states, ìIn 1602, he, Captain Gosnold) had made a voyage to New England, for an account of which see Breretonís ì Briefe and True Relationî "Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of MD: A Study in Foundations & Founders," by Clayton Torrence; Westminster MD: Family Line Publications; 1992-originally published 1935 by Whittet & Shepperson of Richmond VA; p. 381-382: WILLIAM BRERETON William Brereton belonged to a family of distinction in Northumberland Co., VA, whence he came to Somerset Co. MD c1672. Brereton settled on a plantation in the folk of Wicomico & Passadike Creeks in SOmerset Co. which contained some 500 acres of the tract called "Smith's Adventure." THe patent for "Smith's Adventure" (containing in the whole 1000 acres) was granted in June 1667 to Col. Samuel Smith, of Little Wiccocomoco, Northumberland Co., VA, and a "full half" thereof deeded by the said Smith on June 8, 1672, "for and in respect of the love and affection which I beare to my son in law William Brereton, of Wiccomoco, afsd., and Sarah, his now wife,...to the said William Brereton and Sarah, his wife, and the heirs of the said Sarah, forever (Somerset Court, Deed Liber O3, p. 116. In May 1676, Samuel Smith conveyed to "My son in law Peter Presley, Junior, of Northumberland Co., Va., the remaining 500 acres of "Smith's Adventure" tract-Deed Liber O5, p. 25-9). Mrs. Sarah Brereton was probably the daughter of Colonel Samuel Smith. William Brereton evidently first settled on coming to Somerset Co. on this "Smith's Adventure" tract; though at the time of his death he appears (by his will) to have been living on a plantation called "Brereton's Chance" in Somerset. Brereton is found frequently in the records as a party in various transactions, and appears as one of "his Lordship's Justices of the Peace" for Somerset in the commission of June 1676. He continued as a member of the court to the year 1690, being of "the quorum" of the court from 1687. In 1689 he was one of the coronors for Somerset Co. [Appendix IV on p. 393: 1689-1690-William Brereton (Somerset Court, Judicials, Liber EFG, 1689-90, p. 19; and Judicials, 1690-1, p. 12)]. It is quite clear that William Brereton's sympathies lay with the "Associators" Provisional Government which continued him in office. In June 1690, Brereton was named High Sheriff of Somerset Co. Somerset Court, Judicials, 1690-2, p. 12] in succession to William Whittington, who was removed by the court because of his steady resistence to the provisional government. The will of William Brereton, dated Sept. 4, 1690, was probated Nov. 11, 1690, when his wife Sarah qualified as executrix. Brereton named "my friend Francis Jenckins, Gent., to oversee and look over my papers books and be an assistant to my wife after my decease. [Will of William Brereton, and executrix bond, etc., Somerset Judicials, 1690-2, pp. 53-54 and 112-113.] An inventory of the estate of Mrs. Sarah Brereton, deceased, was made Oct. 11, 1703, and an account of her estate returned by William Brereton, administrator, April 12, 1705. [Somerset Registry of Wills, Liber EB 14, p. 295, and Liber EB 13, p. 14]. William Brereton and Sarah, his wife, had issue [birth dates from Somerset Court, Liber IKL for Hannah, Judith, John, Thomas, & Sarah): (1) William Brereton, who inherited the "Smith's Adventure" tract. He married Diana (surname unknown). [William Brereton is named in his father's will. In March 1718/19, William Brereton sold his interest in "Smith's Adventure" to Rev. Alexander Adams, rector Stepney Parish, the said Adams having purchased the interest therein of John Waltham and Hannah, his wife. (Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 14, pp. 8, 13, and 27, and Deed Liber O 19, p. 83)]. (2) Hannah Brereton (b. Feb 9, 1676/7), married John Waltham [See deed, August 1698, William Brereton to "my brother in law John Waltham and Hannah, his now wife;" lease of part of "Smith's Adventure;" Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 7, p. 483. John Waltham probably went to Kent Co., MD; see "MD Calendar of Wills, Wills 1720-1726 , Vol. V," p. 151-Waltham, John, planter, Kent Co., written 17 Sept 1723;proved 19 Nov 1723, 'To. daus. Hannah & Elizabeth, personalty. To sons William, ex., residue of estate. Rest of child., viz. John, Chatton, and Thomas, to their mother's disposal. Test: Paul Whichcote, Jno. Taylor. Liber 18, folio 192.] (3)Judith Brereton (b. Nov 19, 1678), married Jonathan Raymond, who went from Somerset to Queen Anne's Co, where he died in 1728. [See will of Jonathan Rayman (or Raymond) in "MD Calendar of Wills, 1726-1732, Vol. VI," p. 90-Raymon, Jonathan, yeoman, Queen Anne's Co. written 29 Jan 1727/8; proved 8 Jan 1728: To wife Judie, extx., entire estate excepting following legacies. To son Jonathan, personalty. TO sons JOhn and Priesley, 5 shillings each at age of 21. Test: Charlton Barnes, Isaac Booth, William Barns, Richard Smith. Liber 19, folio 566.]Liber PP, folio 426, MD Hall of Records, Annapolis, in survey of tract called "Daintry."] (4) John Brereton (b. Dec 22, 1680); an inventory of his estate returned in Somerset Co, Oct 11, 1703.[Somerset Reg. of Wills, Liber EB 14, p. 289.] (5) Thomas Brereton (b. March 7, 1682/3) (6) Henry Brereton (b. August 3, 1685) (7) Sarah Brereton (b. Feb 4, 1687 (8) Grace ["MD Calendar of Wills, 1703-1713, Vol. III," p. 227: will of Persons, John, Wiccococomico, Somerset Co., written 18 May 1709; proved 1 Apr 1712: To Grace Brereton, young. dau. of Wm. and Sarah Brereton, To Thomas Brereton, and to John and Peter, eld. sons of nephew John Persons, personalty. To nephew John afsd. ex., residue of estate, real and personal, including plantation__. Test: John Waltham, Benja. Cottman, Wm. Alexander. Liber 13, folio 424.] Remember that at this time the year started March 1. "MD Calendar of Wills, 1635-1685, Vol. I," Jane Baldwin; reprint by Family Line Pub., Westminster MD 1988/original printed Kohn & Pollock, Baltimore, 1904; WILLIAM BREWERTON mentions p. 116 Mackall, George, St. George's Hundres, St. Mary's Co., written 30 Sept. 1675/proved 3 Feb 1675 To wife Ann, execx., entire estate during life. To eldest dau., Jane, and hrs. "Pine Point" at death of wife afsd. To dau., Rachel, 2 tracts of land, 400 A., viz., "Hepburn's Choice" and "Magys Jointure," on Sassafras R., Baltimore Co., at death of wife afsd. To daus. Hannah and Sarah, personalty. In the event of death of dau. Jane afsd. without issue, her estate to pass to her sisters, viz. Hannah, Sarah, and Rachel, and their hrs. in natural succession. Overseers: Jno. Waghop, Jno. Campbell, Robt. Graham, Henry Williams. Test: Francis Lowton, Richard Loyd, WM. BREWERTON, Chris. Williamson. Liber 2, folio 387. p. 200-201: Waughop, John, Piney Point, St. Mary's Co., written __ 1677/proved 18 Mch. 1677-8 To wife Anne, execx., 1/2 plantation "Piney Point" at St. Mary's Co. To son Thomas and hrs., residue plantation at 18 yrs. of age. To dau. Rebecca and hrs., 800 A., "Piney Point" in Pocomoke, Somerset Co.; to be of age at 15 yrs. To grandson Thomas Hatton and to the child. (unnamed) of Henry Hyde, dec'd, and hrs., sd. real estate should child. afsd. of testator die without issue. To Ame Mountford, personalty. Overseers: Robt. Grahame, Henry Williams. Test: Jo: Watson, Jno. Wynne, WM. BREWERTON. Liber 5, folio 343. "Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of MD: A Study in Foundations & Founders," Clayton Torrence; Westminster MD: Family Line Publications 1992, reprint of Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond VA 1935; p. 131 It is incontrovertible that adherents to the Church of England-"Churchmen" tried and true-came into the Manokin section of this Eastern Shore of MD settlement at the very beginning. When, late in the Fall of 1661 or early Spring of 1662, the Manokin section of this settlement was made, "Churchmen" were first on the ground. Randall Revell & John Elzey, the two resident members of the commission named for establishing settlements in this area, were, with their families, adherents of the Church of England. So, no doubt, were the majority at least of the first planters at Manokin, and the white indentured servants brought in by them........between 1663 and 1666 came....Somewhat later the BRERETONS, Askews, and Cottmans, settling to the north and south of Wicomico (now the Creek), came with their "Churchmanship." p. 137 In the fork of the present day Wicomico and Passerdyke Creeks there settled, probably about the year 1675, one WILLIAM BRERETON, from Northumberland Co., VA. The Brereton family was one of distinguished connection with church and local administrative affairs, as well as social life, in Northumberland Co, and this tradition followed William Brereton in his life in Somerset in MD. The tract of land on which he settled in Somerset Co. [bordering on both Wicomico (at that day called the river) and Passerdyke Creeks] was one of 500 acres out of a larger grant called "Smith's Adventure," patented in April 1667, by one Colonel Samuel Smith, of Little Wiccocomoco in Northumberland Co., VA, and deeded by him in June 1672, to "my son in law William Brereton, of Wiccocomoco afsd and Sarah, his now wife...and the heirs of the Sarah forever." William Brereton had evidently married Sarah, a daughter of Col. Smith, and on coming to Somerset in MD to live, simply exchanged one "Wiccocomoco locality" for another. When Brereton and his wife came, with their elder children, to reside in Somerset, their family was but half complete. After their arrival the records give entries of the births of several more children. It is the record in regard to the first child born to this couple after their settlement in Wicomico Hundred, Somerset Co. that concerns us here. "Hannah Brereton ye daughter of William Brereton was born at Wiccocomoco the ninth day of February of Sarah his wife Annoq Do^m one thousand six hundred Seaventy six and baptized the third day of June following by Mr. John Fransele at Wiccocomoco in ye County of Northumberland in Virginia. [Somerset Court, Liber IKL, p. 17, for record of birth & baptism of Hannah Brereton. Rev. John FRANSELE, who baptized Hannah Brereton--"at Wiccomico in ye Co. of Northumberland in VA," remains a mystery. Goodwin, "The Colonial Church in VA, Part II, A List of the Colonial Clergy from 11605-1785, gives no referance to any clergyman by the name of John Fransele. However, the rector of Fairfield Parish, 1672-1702, and Boutracey Parish, 1690, in Northumberland Co., VA, was Rev. John FARNIFOLD. Fransele may be perpetuated misreading of the name Farnifold. The Rev. G. MacLaren Brydon, Doctor of Divinity, historiographer of the Diocese of VA, whom we consulted in regard to solving the mystery of John Fransele, could throw no light on the matter. It may be, however, that Wicomico Parish, in Northumberland Co VA, had at the date in question a temporary minister by the name of John Fransele, the record of whose service is now lost. It is worth noting that in after years part of this tract of the Brereton home place (including the house tract) on the north side of Wicomico Creek (present designation in 1935), became part of the dwelling plantation of the Rev. Alexander Adams, for 65 years (1704-1769) rector of Stepney Parish. This old and interesting place, on which Hannah Brereton was born, and later the Rev. Mr. Adams' house, is now (1935) the home of Doctor George W. Jarman, a vestryman of Somerset Parish. This place is situated about 5 miles north of Princess Anne. Immediately south (and across the Creek) from the present house on this Brereton-Adams-Jarman place is the site of an old Chapel of Ease of Stepney Parish, called "Goddatd's Chapel" erected c1710 prior to July 1711.] "Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of MD: A Study in Foundations & Founders," Clayton Torrence; Westminster MD: Family Line Publications 1992, reprint of Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond VA 1935; p. 143 The second of the records of baptisms by Mr Huett is as interseting as the first[John Huett-"Father Founder of organized Church of England in Somerset, identified as a son of the Rev. John Huett (1614-1658), of St. Gregory's by St. Paul's, London. Rev. Huett arrived in Somerset after May 1680 & by Jan 1680/1]: "Thomas Brereton ye fourth son of William Brereton & Satah his wife was born at Wiccococomoco on the Easterne Shore March ye Seaventh A^o D^o 1682/3 being Wendsday about 12 of ye Clock at noone & was Christened at Wiccocomoco aforesaid by Mr. Huett ye 25th day of March in ye same year. [Somerset Court, Liber IKL, p. 18.] The Thomas Brereton baptized by Mr. Huett was a younger brother of that Hannah Brereton whom we have before learned was carried by her parents, faithful and loyal Church people, from Wicomico in Somerset Co., MD (where there was at that time no minister of the Church of England), to Wicomino in Northumberland Co., VA (the old home of the Breretons), there to be baptized by a minister of the Church. "Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of MD: A Study in Foundations & Founders," Clayton Torrence; Westminster MD: Family Line Publications 1992, reprint of Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond VA 1935; p. 338 "In April 1689," writes Scharff in his 'History of MD, Vol. I, p. 309, "An Association in arms for the defence of the Protestant religion and for asserting the right of King William and Queen Mary to the province of MD and all the English dominions, was formed, at the head of which was placed John Coode.." In July 1689, the "Associators" seized the government, taking possession of all records. An address of loyalty was sent to the new sovereign in England, and in the name of that sovereign, Coode called an Assembly, to consist of four delegates from each county, to convene at St. Mary's City, August 22, 1689. p. 340 In the "ordinance" of regulating Offices Military and Civill and other necessary affairs for the present settlement of this province [passed by the "Associators" Assembly on Sept. 4th 1689] we have preserved to us the names of the men whose loyalty to the Associators' Government., and to the King and Queen, warrented their appointment to the offices in Somerset Co.: "1689...For the regulating of the Affiars on the Militia in Somerset County: Mr. William Coulbourne, Col: of foote; Mr. David Brown, Cap^t of a Company of foote; Mr. Charles Ratcliffe, Cap^t of a Company of foote in the roome of Capt Osborne, deceased; Mr. Robert King, capt. of a Company of foote in the roome of Capt Smith; Mr. John Winder, Capt: on a troope of horse. ....That for Regulating Affairs Civill in Somersett County: Coll^o. William Coulbourne, Capt: David Brown, Mr. Francis Jenkins, Capt: John Winder, Mr WILLIAM BREWERTON [Brereton], and Mr Robert King, justices of the Quorum; Mr James Dasheete Dashiell], Mr Roger Woolfred [Woolford]. Mr Thomas Newball [Newbold], Mr James Round, Mr Samuel Hopkins, Mr Edmund Howard, Mr Stephen Luffe and Mr Thomas Jones, justices. Capt: David Brown, Mr WILLIAM BREWERTON [Brereton], Mr James Rond, Mr Edw^d [Edmund] Howard, Coroners, and Mr Edmund Beauchamp, Clarke." [ 11 March 1675: Appointed Overseer of Roads; south side of Wicomico. 13 Nov 1683: Appointed Commissioner 11 Jun 1675: Registered his cattle mark 28 Nov 1689: Signed advice of Loyalty Sources: Somerset Judicial Records ìEarly Settlers of Marylandî Liber Somerset Records Spouse: Sarah SMITH Death: 1698, MD Father: Col. Samuel SMITH Marr: 1672, Virginia Children: William (1673-1753) Hannah (1676-) Judith (1678-) John (1680-1703) Thomas (1682-~1751) Henry (1685->1754) Sarah (1677-) Grace 1.2.1a William BREWINGTON* _____________________________________________ Birth: 1 Apr 1673, Maryland Death: 1753, Worcestor Co., MD We do know that Diana Dixon was his wife when he sold a portion of Smithís Adventure to Rev. Alexander Adams, rector Stepney Parish, in March 1718/19. He purchased the interest therein of John Waltham and Hannah Brereton, his wife.(Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 14, pp. 8,13, and 27, and Deed Liber O 19, p.83) 1744: Debt to Levin Gale by William Brereton Jr. (MD Perog. Ct., Somerset Co.) Will: 12 Apr 1753 apr John Birckhead, Robt Ward. Cred; Jonathan Hamilton, John Moffatt. Next of kin; Martha Brereton, Mary Brereton; adm Mary Brereton MD Perog. ct p.106 54.42 Ann Arundell co L 30.17.5 William Brereton and Sarah, his wife, had issue [birth dates from Somerset Court, Liber IKL for Hannah, Judith, John, Thomas, & Sarah): (1) William Brereton, who inherited the "Smith's Adventure" tract. He married Diana (surname unknown). [William Brereton is named in his father's will. In March 1718/19, William Brereton sold his interest in "Smith's Adventure" to Rev. Alexander Adams, rector Stepney Parish, the said Adams having purchased the interest therein of John Waltham and Hannah, his wife. (Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 14, pp. 8, 13, and 27, and Deed Liber O 19, p. 83)]. (2) Hannah Brereton (b. Feb 9, 1676/7), married John Waltham [See deed, August 1698, William Brereton to "my brother in law John Waltham and Hannah, his now wife;" lease of part of "Smith's Adventure;" Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 7, p. 483. John Waltham probably went to Kent Co., MD; see "MD Calendar of Wills, Wills 1720-1726 , Vol. V," p. 151-Waltham, John, planter, Kent Co., written 17 Sept 1723;proved 19 Nov 1723, 'To. daus. Hannah & Elizabeth, personalty. To sons William, ex., residue of estate. Rest of child., viz. John, Chatton, and Thomas, to their mother's disposal. Test: Paul Whichcote, Jno. Taylor. Liber 18, folio 192.] (3)Judith Brereton (b. Nov 19, 1678), married Jonathan Raymond, who went from Somerset to Queen Anne's Co, where he died in 1728. [See will of Jonathan Rayman (or Raymond) in "MD Calendar of Wills, 1726-1732, Vol. VI," p. 90-Raymon, Jonathan, yeoman, Queen Anne's Co. written 29 Jan 1727/8; proved 8 Jan 1728: Spouse: Diana DIXON Death: 1755, Worcestor Co., MD Father: Thomas DIXON Mother: Christina POTTER Children: Samuel (~1715-~1764) John (~1721-) Smith (~1725-) William (~1719-1796) Martha Mary Sarah Other spouses: Mary WALKER 1.2.1a.1 Samuel BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1715, Maryland Death: abt 20 Jan 1764, Worcestor Co. MD Occ: Planter 1747 Worcestor County land entries; Wilton-sold to Samuel Brereton 215 acres 1757: John Handy sold to Samuel Brereton for 5 shillings, 215 acres Wilton and Alderbury. According to Box1, Folio 15: A list of soldiers bearing arms under the command of Capt. Wm Jones; 53 names including Samuel Brewinton #34, Smith Brewington #16, and John Brewington #33. So brother fought together in same unit. These could be nephews of Samuel. Died 1764(MD Perog ct abst of inv) Liber P 85.76 Wo lb 326.6.4 July 6. 1764. appraisors John Flint, Geo Smith; Creditors; Matthew Outen Jonathan Cathell. Next of Kin: Henry Todvine, John Brereton, aminx Elizabeth Brereton Spouse: Elizabeth Marr: Maryland Children: James (~1745-~1790) Hannah (1757-1810) John William (-1817) ? Elizabeth (~1748-) 1.2.1a.1.1 James BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1745, Worcestor Co. MD Death: bet. 1790/1800, Wicomico, Worcestor Co., MD John Nelmís store account: BREWINGTON, James, son of Elizabeth (1774 - 4 Sept 1787) 20 Mar 1775 delivered corn to Nelms for credit to mother's account. Balance from Ledger H 1/6/3-1/2. Charged beginning 1774 pair yarn stockings, three skeins thread, fine white linen, cambric, lawn cloth, pair trace ropes, bunch cordage, quart rum, checked linen, Almanac, one doz gun flints, linen handkerchief, fine white linen, three gallons brandy, one gallon cider, 1/2 bu rice in exchange of cart boxes for a total of 5/0/11-1/2. No payment by 4 Sept 1787 when the balance was acknowledged to be correct before magistrate. Peter Gordy Corp; John Bruington, Henry Bruington, Samuel Bruington, William Gordy, JAMES Bruington and William Bruington. Could be sons of Samuel, James, William and John. 1786: Gave land to sons William Smith, James, Joshua and Joseph 23 May 1786 James Brereton gave to sons William Smith, James, Joshua and Joseph all lands unnamed. 1790 Census shows him with one slave. 1800 Census shows a Sarah Brewington, so this would support James dying before 1800. She has 2 males living with her that are 16-26, 2 slaves. Spouse: Sarah Birth: bef 1755 Children: William Smith James Joshua Joseph (-1788) 1.2.1a.1.2 Hannah BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: 5 Apr 1757 Death: 1810/1820, Bourbon Co. KY Came to Nicholas Co. KY in 1790 with four sons and three daughters. 1800: Hannah appears in Bourbon Co., KY Census 1810: Hannah appears in Bourbon Co., KY Census with sons James Littleton and William #114 Account of John Nelms in Salisbury, MD: BREWINGTON, Hannah (3 Feb 1775) Purchased sundries for 1/10/5-1/2 charged to Levin HOBBS account. Spouse: John VICTOR Birth: 1756, Snow Hill, Worcestor Co., Maryland Death: Apr 1791, Snow Hill, Worcestor Co., Maryland Father: Thomas VICTOR (~1730-) Mother: Elizabeth BEAVANS Marr: 1 Jun 1776, Snow Hill, Worcestor Co., Maryland Children: William (1777->1850) Jemima (1779-1865) Elizabeth ìBetsyî (1781-) Littleton (1784-1858) Samuel B. (1786-1825) Eliza (1788-) John (1790-1856) Sally 1.2.1a.1.3 John BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ 1782-tax 157 acres Wicomico; John Brereton According to Box1, Folio 15: A list of soldiers bearing arms under the command of Capt. Wm Jones; 53 names including Samuel Brewinton #34, Smith Brewington #16, and John Brewington #33. Could be son John listed here.? 1.2.1a.1.4 William BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Death: 1817 1783 tax on 72 acres, 130 acres with Alderberry patent. John Nelmís store account in Salisbury, MD: BREWINGTON, William, son of Elizabeth (5 Feb 1776) Delivered corn to Nelm's for credit to mother's account. *Robert HANDY-Book Debts Desperate: John BRUINTON, Smith BRUINTON William Bruington Will Date: 1816w Probate Date: August 1817p. To daughters Matty Freeney, widow of John Freeney; Sally Pardue, widow of Kendal Pardue; and Frankey Christopher, widow of Louder Christopher. To John Melson and to William Bruington of George. To youngest sons William Bruington, Milby Bruington and John Bruington. To grandson George P. Christopher, land where Louder Christopher lives. Wit; Mitchell Jackson, Samuel Gordy and Belitha Nicholsen. JBR 273. According to Box1, Folio 15: A list of soldiers bearing arms under the command of Capt. Wm Jones; 53 names including Samuel Brewinton #34, Smith Brewington #16, and John Brewington #33 So brother fought together in same unit. Peter Gordy Corp; John Bruington, Henry Bruington, Samuel Bruington, William Gordy, James Bruington and William Bruington. Could be sons of Samuel? Spouse: Sarah PARSONS Children: Matty Sarah ìSallyî Frankey William Milby John 1.2.1a.1.5 ? BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Spouse: Henry TOADVINE 1.2.1a.1.6 Elizabeth BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1748, Snow Hill, MD Spouse: Joseph SCROGGIN Father: SCROGGIN 1.2.1a.2 John BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1721 1757 Purchased 157 acres of Wilton-Atterbery Plantation 1782 tax on 157 acres Wicomico 1.2.1a.3 Smith BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1725, Maryland 1.2.1a.4a William BREWINGTON* _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1719 Death: 1796, Somerset Co., MD 1783 Tax Assessment: William Brereton. Smithís Adventure, 67 acres. SO Wicomico pg.66 William Brereton. Breretonís Chance, 139 acres. SO Wicomico pg.66 William Brereton. Miles End, 13 acres. SO Wicomico pg. 66 Spouse: Sally VANCE Children: George Vance Other spouses: Nancy PARSONS 1.2.1a.4a.1 George Vance BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ 1.2.1a.4b William BREWINGTON* (See above) _____________________________________________ Spouse: Nancy PARSONS Death: aft Jul 1820 Children: William (~1752-<1820) Other spouses: Sally VANCE 1.2.1a.4b.1 William BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: abt 1752 Death: bef 15 Aug 1820, Somerset Co., MD Served in American Revolution: 2nd Battalion of Maryland State Militia. Enumerated as Bruington in 1790 Census in Worcester Co., MD: 1 white male over 16, 1 white male under 16, 4 females, and 11 slaves. Also John (3,1,3,0) and James (1,3,) Spouse: Sarah ìSallieî PARSONS Father: William PARSONS (1733-1793) Mother: Hannah HEARNS Children: George Vance (1783-) Malta? (1786-) Nively? Francis John Chalendar (1805-) William 1.2.1a.5 Martha BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ 1.2.1a.6 Mary BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ 1.2.1a.7 Sarah BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ 1.2.1b William BREWINGTON* (See above) _____________________________________________ Spouse: Mary WALKER Marr: 16 Oct 1727, Anne Arundal, MD Other spouses: Diana DIXON 1.2.2 Hannah BRERETON BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: 9 Sep 1676, Wicomico, Northumberland Co., VA(Worcestor Co., MD) Birth: 1676, Wicomico, MD Hannah Brereton (b. Feb 9, 1676/7), married John Waltham [See deed, August 1698, William Brereton to "my brother in law John Waltham and Hannah, his now wife;" lease of part of "Smith's Adventure;" Somerset Court, Deed Liber O 7, p. 483. Spouse: John WALTHAM Death: 1723, Kent Co., MD Marr: Virginia Children: Hannah Elizabeth John Chatton Thomas William 184.108.40.206 Hannah WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 220.127.116.11 Elizabeth WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 18.104.22.168 John WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 22.214.171.124 Chatton WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 126.96.36.199 Thomas WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 188.8.131.52 William WALTHAM _____________________________________________ 1.2.3 Judith BRERETON BREWINGTON _____________________________________________ Birth: 19 Nov 1678, Wicomico, VA(MD) (3)Judith Brereton (b. Nov 19, 1678), married Jonathan Raymond, who went from Somerset to Queen Anne's Co, where he died in 1728. [See will of Jonathan Rayman (or Raymond) in "MD Calendar of Wills, 1726-1732, Vol. VI," p. 90-Raymon, Jonathan, yeoman, Queen Anne's Co. written 29 Jan 1727/8; proved 8 Jan 1728: To wife Judie, e\\
Child of William Brereton is:
i. Judith Brereton, born 1678; died 1758; married Jonathan Raymond.
William Brereton, 2nd Baron Brereton of Leighlin's Timeline
February 28, 1611
England or Virginia
April 21, 1664