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Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Death: Died in Balitmore, , Maryland, USA
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Name William LOWE Birth Date abt 1665-1676 Birth Place Baltimore County, MD Death Date bef 15 Jun 1719 Death Place Baltimore County, MD Death Memo Wm Lowe , Sr. d. by 15 June 1719 when John Lowe with William Lowe, Jr. and Thomas Norris posted administrative bond. Wm rendered his rights of admin to John Lowe, his brother. John Lowe renders acct of Wm Lowe, Sr. est May 9,1721. Residence Date 1702 Residence Place Baltimore County, MD Deed Date 4 Nov 1707 Deed Place Baltimore County, MD Deed Memo DEED: 4 Nov 1707 - Baltimore County MD land deed records (Liber HW, No. B, folio 49): Garvis Gilbert purchased a tract of land located on the head of the middle branch of the Bush River in North Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore County MD from William Lowe and his wife Rebecca. Father Unknown LOWE Spouses 1 Rebecca Birth Date abt 1663 Children William (1685-1743) James (1702-1747) Thomas (1705-) Samuel (1707-1736) Abraham (1709-~1800) Ralph John Sarah Notes for William LOWE Note: 4 Nov 1707 - Marcum citing Baltimore County MD land deed records (Liber HW, No. B, folio 49): Garvis Gilbert purchased a tract of land located on the head of the middle branch of the Bush River in North Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore County MD from William Lowe and his wife Rebecca. According to Marcum this was the homestead of Garvis throughout his life. According to Davis (Baltimore County Land Records Vol RM:561-562), Garvis Gilbert paid 5000 pounds of tobacco to William Lough (Lowe) for the property and it was laid out as 100 acres, more or less, and contained plantation houses, edifices, buildings, fences, orchards, gardens, pastures and woods, became known as Lowe's Lot and lay near the line of the land called The Agreement.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thomas Lowe, of Bristol Parish, Charles City County, acknowledged 25 February 1663/4 that, "Ù my father-in-law John Wilson Senior of Appamattock did give unto my son William Lowe his Grandchild certain cattle Ù" being 2 cows, 2 heifers, and 1 cow calf. The same day he gave a power of attorney to "my loving father-in-law John Wilson" of Bristol Parish, Henrico County, planter, to collect his debts and "dispose of all other estate I leave in Virginia Ù except one yoke of oxen Ù" John Gilliam and Henry Randolph witnessed both documents. Since John Wilson of this Family Topic lived near in Henrico County near the Appomattox River and Henry Randolph, Thomas Lowe evidently married his daughter. Mr. Thomas Lowe secured a patent to 674 acres in Bristol Parish 20 April 1682 in consideration of having transported 14 individuals to the Colony. Yet these same individuals were submitted in the same order as headrights in another patent in 1650, suggesting fraud in Lowe's application. After the land was found deserted, his son William got its patent 20 April 1694. Mrs. Lowe paid quit rents on 70 acres in 1704.

Only known son of Thomas Lowe: William Lowe [3698.3.1] (c.1655) with James Cocke and John Butler secured a patent to 1,648 acres on Moccosoneck Swamp crossing Cattail Branch 21 April 1690. They agreed upon a division as recorded 3 March 1696/7. Yet Lowe paid quit rents on 1,584 acres in 1704.

Lowe leased 100 acres of his Moccosoneck tract to Raize Newhouse for three years 4 August 1711. Raize was the son of John Butler's second wife, Murtis Newhouse, or Muttus as it appeared, who mentioned also John Lowe and Christian Lowe in her 1710-will. On 7 March 1711/12 Raize Newhouse, heir at law of Thomas Newhouse, deceased, quitclaimed any rights to 1,050 acres to Thomas Chappell.

Raize and Ann were the parents of Frances Newhouse, born 28 March 1720, and Thomas Newhouse, born 1 September 1721. After Raize, weak and having to support "poor small children," petitioned the Bristol Parish vestry to be exempt from parish levies in June 1724, they awarded him 600 pounds of tobacco toward his support. Raize was dead by November 1733 when Ann was under the support of the vestry. She remained under the care of various parishioners until the vestry paid William Butler for burying her in November 1771.

In 1712 William Lowe "for good causes" leased 500 acres to Butler to farm. William Lowe was living in North Carolina 7 December 1717 when he sold 150 acres in Bristol Parish to George Pace of Prince George County.

On 4 October 1727 John Lowe, William Lowe, and George Pace of Carolina sold 674 acres on the south side of the Appomattox River and Moccosoneck Creek to William Short of Surry County. Sarah was then the wife of John Lowe. This was undoubtedly the land he acquired by patent in 1690. We presume John Lowe was William's son. Perhaps George Pace was his son-in-law.

4> John Lowe [3698.3.1.1] married Sarah. In 1735 the vestry of Bristol Parish authorized paying Lowe 50 shillings for one acre upon which to build a church.

The will of Robert Dixon in Bertie Precinct, North Carolina, left 150 acres on Moccosoneck Creek in Prince George County to "brother John Lowe" (will dated 4 April 1727, recorded Aug. 1727). Comments Comment: We know that William Lowe had a brother named John. [LH] Comment: A William Lowe was transported to Maryland in 1658. Written Mention Information from Baltimore County Families, by Robert Barnes. The son, Ralph Lowe, was added from information of J. M. Robbins to Mary Lee Barnes.

"In 1658, a William Lowe was transported to Maryland. In 1683, Samuels Delight was surveyed for Amuel Siclkemore, between 1706 and 1725 it was in possession of John Taylor and John Lowe, a possible son of William Lowe, Sr. Our William Lowe, progenitor, was in Baltimore County, Maryland by 1702, and had surveyed 100 acres called Lough's (Lowe's) Lot in November 1705. He married Rebecca ______ . On 4 November 1707, William Lowe and wife, Rebecca conveyed 100 acre Lowe's Lot to Garvis Gilbert. William Lowe, Sr. died by 15 June 1719 when John Lowe with William Lowe and Thomas Norris posted administrative bond. William Lowe ren right to administer his father's estate which was inventoried by Garnett Garrettson and Richard Burrough. (12: 104; 48 253; 128; 35; 207) Barnes, Baltimore County Families 1659 - 1759, page 413. William Pickett will 1709 - 1710 - Samuel's Delight to son George at age 21; at his decease to daughter Temperance during lifetime then to Heathcote Pickett. William Pickett bought Samuel's Delight from John Taylor. John Taylor was an uncle of John Greer who married Sarah Day. In 1719, a William Lowe and John Lowe were administrators of William Lowe Sr.'s estate. In 1719 William relinquished his right of administration and assigned his right to John Lowe, his brother. His children named in his will were: William, John, James, Thomas, Samuel and Abraham." (Mary Lee Barnes.)

"William Lowe, Sr. or I of Baltimore County, Maryland, may have been the William Lowe transported to Maryland in 1658 and may have been a brother, son, grandson, or cousin of Vincent Lowe, Sr. or I. William died early in 1719, certainly by June 15 of that year, married Temperance Pickett, daughter of William Pickett and Elizabeth Heathcoat. Children: William, Jr. or II; John [?], evidently married Elizabeth; Sarah." (My Lowe Family" from MY GREER AND RELATED FAMILIES, Vol. II, pages 160 - 161, by Clayton Alvis Greer, about 1975.) (NOTE FROM RALPH TERRY: William Lowe, Sr. did not marry Temperance Pickett, but his son, William Lowe, Jr. did, as shown above by Barnes.)

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Name William LOWE Birth Date abt 1665-1676 Birth Place Baltimore County, MD Death Date bef 15 Jun 1719 Death Place Baltimore County, MD Death Memo Wm Lowe , Sr. d. by 15 June 1719 when John Lowe with William Lowe, Jr. and Thomas Norris posted administrative bond. Wm rendered his rights of admin to John Lowe, his brother. John Lowe renders acct of Wm Lowe, Sr. est May 9,1721. Residence Date 1702 Residence Place Baltimore County, MD Deed Date 4 Nov 1707 Deed Place Baltimore County, MD Deed Memo DEED: 4 Nov 1707 - Baltimore County MD land deed records (Liber HW, No. B, folio 49): Garvis Gilbert purchased a tract of land located on the head of the middle branch of the Bush River in North Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore County MD from William Lowe and his wife Rebecca. Father Unknown LOWE Spouses 1 Rebecca Birth Date abt 1663 Children William (1685-1743) James (1702-1747) Thomas (1705-) Samuel (1707-1736) Abraham (1709-~1800) Ralph John Sarah Notes for William LOWE Note: 4 Nov 1707 - Marcum citing Baltimore County MD land deed records (Liber HW, No. B, folio 49): Garvis Gilbert purchased a tract of land located on the head of the middle branch of the Bush River in North Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore County MD from William Lowe and his wife Rebecca. According to Marcum this was the homestead of Garvis throughout his life. According to Davis (Baltimore County Land Records Vol RM:561-562), Garvis Gilbert paid 5000 pounds of tobacco to William Lough (Lowe) for the property and it was laid out as 100 acres, more or less, and contained plantation houses, edifices, buildings, fences, orchards, gardens, pastures and woods, became known as Lowe's Lot and lay near the line of the land called The Agreement.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thomas Lowe, of Bristol Parish, Charles City County, acknowledged 25 February 1663/4 that, "Ù my father-in-law John Wilson Senior of Appamattock did give unto my son William Lowe his Grandchild certain cattle Ù" being 2 cows, 2 heifers, and 1 cow calf. The same day he gave a power of attorney to "my loving father-in-law John Wilson" of Bristol Parish, Henrico County, planter, to collect his debts and "dispose of all other estate I leave in Virginia Ù except one yoke of oxen Ù" John Gilliam and Henry Randolph witnessed both documents. Since John Wilson of this Family Topic lived near in Henrico County near the Appomattox River and Henry Randolph, Thomas Lowe evidently married his daughter. Mr. Thomas Lowe secured a patent to 674 acres in Bristol Parish 20 April 1682 in consideration of having transported 14 individuals to the Colony. Yet these same individuals were submitted in the same order as headrights in another patent in 1650, suggesting fraud in Lowe's application. After the land was found deserted, his son William got its patent 20 April 1694. Mrs. Lowe paid quit rents on 70 acres in 1704.

Only known son of Thomas Lowe: William Lowe [3698.3.1] (c.1655) with James Cocke and John Butler secured a patent to 1,648 acres on Moccosoneck Swamp crossing Cattail Branch 21 April 1690. They agreed upon a division as recorded 3 March 1696/7. Yet Lowe paid quit rents on 1,584 acres in 1704.

Lowe leased 100 acres of his Moccosoneck tract to Raize Newhouse for three years 4 August 1711. Raize was the son of John Butler's second wife, Murtis Newhouse, or Muttus as it appeared, who mentioned also John Lowe and Christian Lowe in her 1710-will. On 7 March 1711/12 Raize Newhouse, heir at law of Thomas Newhouse, deceased, quitclaimed any rights to 1,050 acres to Thomas Chappell.

Raize and Ann were the parents of Frances Newhouse, born 28 March 1720, and Thomas Newhouse, born 1 September 1721. After Raize, weak and having to support "poor small children," petitioned the Bristol Parish vestry to be exempt from parish levies in June 1724, they awarded him 600 pounds of tobacco toward his support. Raize was dead by November 1733 when Ann was under the support of the vestry. She remained under the care of various parishioners until the vestry paid William Butler for burying her in November 1771.

In 1712 William Lowe "for good causes" leased 500 acres to Butler to farm. William Lowe was living in North Carolina 7 December 1717 when he sold 150 acres in Bristol Parish to George Pace of Prince George County.

On 4 October 1727 John Lowe, William Lowe, and George Pace of Carolina sold 674 acres on the south side of the Appomattox River and Moccosoneck Creek to William Short of Surry County. Sarah was then the wife of John Lowe. This was undoubtedly the land he acquired by patent in 1690. We presume John Lowe was William's son. Perhaps George Pace was his son-in-law.

4> John Lowe [3698.3.1.1] married Sarah. In 1735 the vestry of Bristol Parish authorized paying Lowe 50 shillings for one acre upon which to build a church.

The will of Robert Dixon in Bertie Precinct, North Carolina, left 150 acres on Moccosoneck Creek in Prince George County to "brother John Lowe" (will dated 4 April 1727, recorded Aug. 1727). Comments Comment: We know that William Lowe had a brother named John. [LH] Comment: A William Lowe was transported to Maryland in 1658. Written Mention Information from Baltimore County Families, by Robert Barnes. The son, Ralph Lowe, was added from information of J. M. Robbins to Mary Lee Barnes.

"In 1658, a William Lowe was transported to Maryland. In 1683, Samuels Delight was surveyed for Amuel Siclkemore, between 1706 and 1725 it was in possession of John Taylor and John Lowe, a possible son of William Lowe, Sr. Our William Lowe, progenitor, was in Baltimore County, Maryland by 1702, and had surveyed 100 acres called Lough's (Lowe's) Lot in November 1705. He married Rebecca ______ . On 4 November 1707, William Lowe and wife, Rebecca conveyed 100 acre Lowe's Lot to Garvis Gilbert. William Lowe, Sr. died by 15 June 1719 when John Lowe with William Lowe and Thomas Norris posted administrative bond. William Lowe ren right to administer his father's estate which was inventoried by Garnett Garrettson and Richard Burrough. (12: 104; 48 253; 128; 35; 207) Barnes, Baltimore County Families 1659 - 1759, page 413. William Pickett will 1709 - 1710 - Samuel's Delight to son George at age 21; at his decease to daughter Temperance during lifetime then to Heathcote Pickett. William Pickett bought Samuel's Delight from John Taylor. John Taylor was an uncle of John Greer who married Sarah Day. In 1719, a William Lowe and John Lowe were administrators of William Lowe Sr.'s estate. In 1719 William relinquished his right of administration and assigned his right to John Lowe, his brother. His children named in his will were: William, John, James, Thomas, Samuel and Abraham." (Mary Lee Barnes.)

"William Lowe, Sr. or I of Baltimore County, Maryland, may have been the William Lowe transported to Maryland in 1658 and may have been a brother, son, grandson, or cousin of Vincent Lowe, Sr. or I. William died early in 1719, certainly by June 15 of that year, married Temperance Pickett, daughter of William Pickett and Elizabeth Heathcoat. Children: William, Jr. or II; John [?], evidently married Elizabeth; Sarah." (My Lowe Family" from MY GREER AND RELATED FAMILIES, Vol. II, pages 160 - 161, by Clayton Alvis Greer, about 1975.) (NOTE FROM RALPH TERRY: William Lowe, Sr. did not marry Temperance Pickett, but his son, William Lowe, Jr. did, as shown above by Barnes.)

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Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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Baltimore, MD, USA
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Baltimore, MD, USA
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Baltimore, MD, USA
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Randolph, NC, USA
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Baltimore, MD, USA