Mary Henderson (Stanton)
|Also Known As:||"Mary (Stanton) Duvall Ridgely"|
|Birthplace:||Anne Arundel County, MD, USA|
|Death:||Died in Prince George's County, Maryland|
|Place of Burial:||Queen Anne Parish, Prince Georges, MD|
|Managed by:||Mark Jeffrey Rosenblum|
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About Mary Henderson
Mareen Duvall's widow, Mary, went on to marry Henry Ridgely and later after his death, Reverend Jacob Henderson.
"He [Mareen Duvall] died in 1699 and his third and final wife, Mary Stanton, administered his substantial estate. Duvall had purchased sizeable tracts of land, including Catton, later known as Belair as well as owning Middle Plantation in Davidsonville, Maryland. Combined, he owned several thousand acres in Anne Arundel and Prince George's Counties. It is believed that the original house called Middle Plantation was located somewhere along Rutland Rd."
"In 1705, his son, John Duvall and his wife Mary deeded land to Queen Anne Parish to construct St. Barnabas Church.."
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