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Mary Yate (Wells)

Also Known As: "Mary Yates", "Mary Yate", "Mary Stockett", "widow of Thomas Stockett"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia Colony, Colonial America
Death: before January 04, 1699
All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Davidsonville, Anne Arundel, Maryland, British North America (USA)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Dr. Richard Wells and Frances Wells
Wife of Capt. Thomas Stockett and George Yate
Mother of Frances Duvall; Mary Richardson; Thomas Stockett, Esq.; Susanna Stockett; John Yate and 4 others
Sister of Elizabeth Wells; Richard Wells; William Wells; Anne Stansby; Martha Salloway and 5 others

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About Mary Yate

Mary Wells

  • Born about 1641 in Norfolk, Virginia Colony [uncertain]
  • Died before 4 Jan 1699 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Province of Maryland
  • Daughter of Richard H Wells and Frances (Unknown) Wells
  • Sister of William Wells, Elizabeth Wells, George Wells, Robert Wells, Anna (Wells) Stansby, Frances Wells, Anne Wells [half], Richard Wells, Benjamin Wells, Martha (Wells) Salloway, Benjamin Wells [half], George Wells, Martha (Wells) Salloway [half], John Wells and William Wells [half]
  • Wife of Thomas Stockett III — married about 1660 (to 4 May 1671) in Anne Arundel, MD
  • Wife of George Yate — married after 1671 in Anne Arundel, Maryland [uncertain]
  • Mother of Frances (Stockett) Duvall, Thomas Noble Stockett, Elizabeth (Stockett) Plummer, Mary Stockett, Susanna Stockett, Elizabeth (Yate) Plummer, Anne (Yate) Prather, George Yate II and John Yates

Biography

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wells-1267

Wells-1267 created 5 May 2011 | Last modified 23 Dec 2021 | Last tracked change: 26 Dec 2021

Mary (Wells) Yate migrated from Virginia to Maryland. Mary (Wells) Yate was a Maryland colonist.

Mary Wells was born circa 1641 at of Norfolk, VA. Mary Wells was the daughter of Richard Wells, of Herring Creek, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. [1]


1660 First Marriage to Thomas Stockett

She married (1) Capt. Thomas Stockett around 1660 and had issue Elizabeth. Both Mary and her husband, Thomas Stockett, were named in her father's will, as probated at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in England on November 14, 1668. Here is a copy of the original, as it appears in their microfilmed records:

www.geni.com/media/proxy?media_id=6000000184768388821&size=large

Richard Wells's Will, Page 2


1672 Second Marriage to George Yate

She married George Yate, Gent., son of John Yate, Esq. and Elizabeth Tattershall, in May 1672 at Anne Arundel, MD; They had 2 sons (George; & John) & 2 daughters (Elizabeth; & Ann, wife of William Prather).[2]

As Mary Wells Stockett, widow of Captain Thomas Stockett, she married George Yate, Gentleman, younger son of John Yate, Esq, of Lyforde (in Hanney) and Peasemore, Berkshire, son and heir by his father's second marriage, baptized at Hanney, Berkshire, 10 Jan 1612/13. George Yate was a minor in 1658. [1]


1699 Death

Mary, widow of George Yate, died 3testate in All Hallows's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 21 January 1698/9. [1]

Mary Wells Stockett Yate was buried on January 4, 1699 at All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel, MD;[3]


Family

Family 1 Capt. Thomas Stockett

Children

  1. Frances (Stockett) Duvall
  2. Thomas Noble Stockett Senior
  3. Elizabeth (Stockett) Plummer,
  4. Mary Stockett
  5. Susanna Stockett

Family 2 George Yate, Gent. b. c 1640

Mary and her second husband George Yate had two sons, George and John, and two daughters, Elizabeth and Ann (wife of William Prather). [1]

Children

  1. George
  2. John
  3. Elizabeth
  4. Ann, wife of William Prather

Will

1699 Mary Yate's Will Proved

Yate, Mary, A. A. Co., -- - --; 29th March 1699.

  • To son Thomas Stockett, ex., 211 A., "The Range" nr. Lyon's Ck.,and his father's black walnut box with his coat of arms engraved thereon."
  • dau. Frances, wife of Marein Duvall,
  • dau. Eliza:, wife of Thomas Plummer, and
  • to each grandchild living at time of testatrix' death,personalty."
  • sons George and John Yate, residue of estate, including "Vale of Benjamin," which is to be sold for their benefit.Test: Jos. Hanslap, Thos. Hill, Wm. Byas, Wm. Bailey. 6. 212. [4][5]

Mary Wells b: Bet. 1639 - 1653 Lower Norfolk Co., VA
Emigration: Abt. 1653 VA (w/parents)
Immigration: Abt. 1653 MD (w/parents)
Will: January 14, 1698/99
d: Bet. January 14 - 21, 1698/99 in All Hallowes Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD : Burial: January 21, 1698/99 All Hallowes Parish Episcopal Church, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Inventory: October 27, 1699 Prerogative Court, Anne Arundel Co., MD (£231.10.11)
Estate: July 31, 1699 Prerogative Court, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Probate: March 29, 1699 All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Property 1: November 11, 1691 83 acres, 'Hogg Harbour' on N. branch of Putuxin River, Anne Arundel Co., MD (inherited from husb. George Yate)
Property 2: November 11, 1691 113 acres, on N. branch of Putuxin River, Anne Arundel Co., MD (inherited from husb. George Yate)
Property 3: November 11, 1691 200 acres, 'The Range', Anne Arundel Co., MD (inherited from husb. George Yate)
Residence 1: VA (birth-c.1652)
Residence 2: Abt. 1652 MD AFN: 46Z0-H4 Reference #: EC2:309 "Pedigrees of Some of the Empoeror Charlemange's Descendants" by Aileen Lewers Langston & J. Orton Buck, Jr. v2 p.309 (Jenny Redo)
George Yate, Gent, left a will dated 6 June 1691, proved 11 Nov. 1691. [1]

Sources

  • https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wells-1267
  • 1. Douglas Richardson. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families," 5 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham, (Salt Lake City, UT: the author, 2013) George Yate is #20 at Volume 5, Page 442, YATE. Info is updated from MCA 4:397.
  • 2. Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 397
  • 3. All Hallow's Protestant Episcopal Church (All Hallow's Parish (South River Parish), Davidsonville, Maryland, Anne Arundel), Marriages, births, burials from 1669 from Parish Records, MSA SC 2458 Collection, SCM 221-1; digital images from microfilm, Maryland State Archives, page 39 of 227.(http://msa.maryland.gov/)
  • 4. folio 143 * Indenture, 27 Sep 1711; Prince George's County Land Records
  • 5. Mike Marshall. Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties Mary Wells Accessed 1/11/2019 jhd
  • The Prerogative Court of Canterbury Will of Richard Wells, page 2, probated November 14, 1688.
  • Richardson, Douglas. Royal Ancestry (2013) Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 5 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham, (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2013), Vol V, page 442, Mary Wells.
  • All Hallow's Protestant Episcopal Church (All Hallow's Parish (South River Parish), Davidsonville, Maryland, Anne Arundel), Marriages, births, burials from 1669 from Parish Records, MSA SC 2458 Collection, SCM 221-1; digital images from microfilm, Maryland State Archives, page 39 of 227.(http://msa.maryland.gov/)

To help our mutual endeavor to find the facts of our ancestry, the one primary source has been moved to the top of this page. All other questionable, speculative or erroneous items have been relocated to below the will excerpt.



The Maryland Calendar Of Wills Compiled And Edited by Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton) Wills From 1685 To 1702 Volume II, p. 168

Yates, Mary, A. A. Co., -- --- ----; 29th March 1699.

  • To son Thomas Stockett, ex., 211 A., "The Range" nr. Lyon's Ck., and his father's black walnut box with his coat of arms engraved thereon.
  • To dau. Frances, wife of Marein Duvall, dau. Eliza:, wife of Thomas Plummer, and to each grandchild living at time of testatrix' death, personalty.
  • To sons George and John Yates, residue of estate, including "Vale of Benjamin," which is to be sold for their benefit.
  • Test: Jos. Hanslap, Thos. Hill, Wm. Byas, Wm. Bailey. 6. 212.

Mrs. Mary Yates 19 1/2A.28 I £221.10.11 Oct 30 1699

  • Appraisers: James Sanders, Thomas Odell.
  • List of debts: Mr. John Hyde.

Mary Yates 21.347 A AA £221.10.11 #5564 Apr 30 ---- [1702]

  • second inventory was cited in the amount of £33.7.2.
  • Payments to: Dr. Mordecai Moore, Abell Bond, Abraham Clarke.
  • Executor: Thomas Stockett.

Mary Yates 23.108 A AA £221.10.11 £234.5.3 Apr 9 1703

  • Received from: John Barrett, John Cash, William Lunne.
  • Payments to: W. Taylard.
  • Legatees: George Yates, John Yates, Mark Richardson, Thomas Plummer, Ann Yates, Mareen Duvall.
  • Executor: Mr. Thomas Stockett.

Mary Yates 27.29 A AA £287.0.5 £287.0.5 Jul 19 1707

  • Payments to: John Hyde, Thomas Bordley.
  • Distribution to: John Yates.
  • Executor: Thomas Stockett.

Mary Yates 32B.121 A AA , Jul 24 1708;

  • Legatees: John Yates.
  • Witnesses: Philip Tall, John Foeings.
  • Executor: Thomas Stockett.

Dr. Richard Wells approved of his daughter Mary's first husband (Will, Jun 22, 1667): "To my daughter Mary, wife unto Mr. Thomas Stockett, three cows to be delivered, after my decease, in the Co. of Ann Arundel, and one hundred pounds of money, to be paid in the city of London within twelve months after my decease." (He cut her two sisters off with twelvepence each, with scathing comments about *their* choices of husbands.)


[George Yates]: Child of John Yates, by Mary (or Elizabeth) Tattershall:

i. GEORGE YATES, born about 1640, younger son, immigrated by 1665 to Anne Arundel County Maryland, Deputy Surveyor for Baltimore County, and for Anne Arundel County, under his cousin, Jerome White, Esq., Surveyor General. He married MARY WELLS, widow of [Capt.] Thomas Stockett, and daughter of Richard Wells, of Herring Creek, Anne Arundel County. They had four children

GEORGE YATES died testate at All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland in 1691. His widow, Mary, died testate All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland 21 Jan. 1698/9. Warfield The Founders of Anne Arundel & Howard Counties, Maryland (1905): 94. Skordas Early Settlers of Maryland (1968): 522. Barnes Baltimore County Fams. 1659-1759 (1989): 710. Barnes British Roots of Maryland Fams. 1 (1999): 483-484. Source Citation (MLA 8th Edition) Richardson, Douglas. "Yate." Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Genealogical Publishing, 2005, pp. 911-912. Royal Ancestry Series. Gale Genealogy Connect, go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=GENVRL&sw=w&u=azgcldo&v=2.1&id=GALE%7CCX4156100396&it=r&asid=e941f0598d0f33502b81ffa050b082fc. Accessed 1 Nov. 2017.


ID: I35208

  • Name: Mary Wells
  • Given Name: Mary
  • Surname: Wells
  • Sex: F
  • _UID: F5A494FF20361340AD2FADB827F712498F0C
  • Change Date: 24 Jul 2008

This account shows the relationship between George Yates and 2 of Mary's brothers.

Robert Burle (gentleman) 4.350 A AA #15884 #15884 Oct 6 1677

Payments to: John Larkin, Robert Wells and paid to George Wells (brother) and to George Yates, John Hance, Robert Ridgley for suit by Mr. Thomas Marsh, Mr. Thomas Bankes from the estate of Ralph Williams.

Distribution to: executor and other orphans (unnamed).

Executor: Stephen Burle (son).



The birth date for Mary Stockett Yates (Wells) can probably be narrowed down by a few years. Her father, Richard Wells, probably embarked for Virginia at age 26, on the ship "Globe" of London on 7 August 1635. There were two Richard Wells shipping out for Virginia in that year, but the other one (who sailed on the "Assurance") was only 17. Both men were single at the time, as far as the records show.

At some point not too long after setting up in Virginia, he married, and had eleven children when he and his whole family removed to Anne Arundel County, Maryland, in 1653. Accordingly, he must have gotten married between 1635 and 1640, and no later.

Therefore, Mary Wells Stockett Yeats was probably born no earlier than 1636 and no later than 1642.
[1653-11(one year per child, minimum) =1642 parents marriage year]


What is the source of this info?.....Probably this: https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/2MJ7-KCC/details'''

  • Birth: ABT 1631 in Norfolk County, VA (year certainly incorrect, may be early by a full decade)
  • Death: 21 JAN 1698/99 in All Hallows Parish, South River Hundred, Anne Arundel, MD
  • Father: Richard Welles b: 1 JAN 1608/9 in Saltash, Cornwall, England
  • Mother: Frances White [b: ABT 1622 in Hutton Hall, Essex, England - highly suspect information based on tertiary sources, most of which are suspect] Note the impossibility of the birth dates!

Marriage 1 Thomas Stockett b: 2 APR 1635 in Bekesbourne, Kent, England

  • Married: ABT 1665 in Anne Arundel County, MD (probably a couple of years earlier)

Children

  • 1. Mary Stockett b: ABT 1666
  • 2. Thomas Stockett b: 17 APR 1667 in All Hallows Parish, South River Hundred, Anne Arundel, MD
  • 3. Frances Stockett b: AFT 23 APR 1671 in Anne Arundel County, MD (Probably wrong)
  • 4. Elizabeth Stockett b: ABT 1646 (IMPOSSIBLE - based on the error that she m. Thomas Plummer I) [Elizabeth did marry Thomas Plummer, as his second wife. No dates are given, except for Mary's m. 1683.

Source: Anne Arundel Gentry by Henry Wright Newman; Published by the author, Annapolis, Maryland 1971 p.377]

Marriage 2 George Yates b: ABT 1625

  • Married: ABT 1671

Children (note: she was still fertile when she married George Yates/Yeats).

  • 1. George Yates
  • 2. John Yates
  • 3. Anne Yates b: AFT 1675 (this is what argues most strongly for a birthdate c. 1640 [except that it is possible for women to bear children right up until menopause, possibly as late as age 52.]

The source listed below is extremely suspect, as it is no better than tertiary and compiled from generations of possibly inaccurate/erroneous [and incomplete] information: [It's a website someone made.These data sources are cited: 1. Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 397. 2.Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 441]

  • http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2386.htm#...
  • Mary Wells b. circa 1641, d. 21 January 1699
  • Father Richard Wells b. 1 Jan 1609
  • Mother Frances White b. c 1621
  • Mary Wells was born circa 1641 at of Norfolk, VA. She married George Yeats, son of John Yeats and Mary (Elizabeth) Tattershall, in May 1672 at Anne Arundel, MD. Mary Wells died on 21 January 1699 at All Hallow's Parish, Anne Arundel, MD.
  • Family George Yates b. c 1640, d. 6 Jun 1691
  • Child
  • ◦George Yates+ b. 1674, d. 13 Sep 1717

Maryland Gen. Soc. Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 2, Spring, 1994, pp. 206-214 - "Thomas Plummer's married to Elizabeth Stockett introduces us to the Stocketts, a most interesting colonial family. The immigrants to this country were four Royalist brothers, Lewis, Henry, Francis and Thomas. They were grandchildren of Lewis Stockett who was a member of the household of Queen Elizabeth I. During the Commonwealth in England, these brothers spent ten years in exile in France attached to the retinue of Charles, Prince of Wales, afterwards Charles II of England. During their absence, their estates were confiscated and destroyed by the Puritans. They had mortgaged their holdings to follow the king and upon their return had not sufficient resources left to redeem them, so they came to the colonies to begin a new life. Elizabeth Stockett's father was Captain Thomas Stockett (16..-1671) who settled at the head of the Chesapeake Bay in what is now Harford County, then an outpost of the province. He had been commissioned by the Lord Proprietary as a military officer and it was agreed in the Treaty of Peace with the Indians on 16 May 1661, that the Susquehannocks would apply at his home for "tickets" to pass further among the English plantations and the Indians should deliver all runaways to him. While living on the frontier, he married Mary Wells, daughter of neighbor George Wells, about 1665. The couple moved to South River Hundred near the site of the oldest Episcopal Church in Anne Arundel County-later to become known as All Hallows. The births and baptisms of their children appear in those registers. His plantation was known as "The Obligation." He was High Sheriff of Anne Arundel Co. from 1665 until his death in 1671. In 1670, Jerome Whyte, Surveyor General, went on a trip to England and appointed Captain Thomas to act as Acting Surveyor General in his absence. His will, dated 23 April 1671, was proved 3 May 1671. After his death, his widow, Mary, married George Yates and had other children." NOTE: states married. Mary Wells, dau. of George Wells, yet anc. chart give Mary Wells father as Dr. Richard Wells-H.S. MD Gen. Soc. Bulletin, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 308-313, Summer 1991
Note: Evidently the person who wrote this article mixed up the info about George Wells, who arrived in America in 1655 with Richard Wells, Mary's father (according to most all other credible sources).



376 Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties. THIS SOURCE IS HIGHLY INACCURATE!
John Worthington Warfield left his Dayton farm to his brother Brice and removed to the Big Seneca, where he accumulated a large estate. He married again, Mary Holland of Amos, and had John Holland Warfield, who married Mary, daughter of Amos Warfield, and lived at Scaggs' Corner. Their son was Lorenzo Warfield, of Glenelg, whose old hostelry still stands.

[GARBLED ANCESTRY] Alexander Warfield, of John Worthington, inherited the Seneca homestead; married Mary Harwood, whose mother was Elizabeth Stockett of Thomas and Mary Noble, daughter of Captain Thomas and Mary Wells, whose father was Major Richard Wells of the Puritan Council. Mrs. Stockett became the wife of George Yates, the surveyor, and had issue, George Yates, husband of Rachel Warfield, of "Warfield's Range."

Mary Warfield, of Alexander and Mary, married Ephraim Creager, of Frederick County. Issue, Frank, George, Manilla Markey, Alcinda Savidge, Caroline Broadbent, Major Noble Creager, U. S. A., and Miss Virginia Creager, of Baltimore.

Caroline (of Alexander and Mary) married William Bantz. Their daughter was the late wife of Senator Henry G. Davis, of West Virginia, Vice-Presidential candidate.

John A. Warfield (of Alexander and Mary) married his cousin Henrietta, of Surrat D. Warfield. Their heirs are living in Frederick County.

Brice Warfield (of Alexander and Thompsey) married Sarah Dickerson and lived near Dayton. He had two sons and several daughters, all legatees of his bachelor brother, Alexander Warfield, of Unionville. Surrat Dickerson Warfield (of Brice) was the chief heir and executor of his uncle Alexander, who in addition to several farms in Frederick County, held a large and undeveloped tract at Clifton Springs, New York, which he left to his Warfield and Burgess nephews.

Alexander Warfield's will also left legacies to the daughters of his brother John Worthington Warfield.

Surrat Dickerson Warfield inherited the estate near Unionville, and became State Senator from Frederick County. His descendants are Dr. Brown Warfield, of Philadelphia; Surrat R. Warfield, and his sons, Guy and Frank Brown Warfield, of Baltimore.

The daughters of Alexander and Thompsey were wives of Caleb Burgess and of West Burgess, both brothers of Captain John and Captain Joseph Burgess, all engaged in the Revolution. Their heirs held a portion of "Warfield's Range." They sold it to Dr. Charles Griffith Worthington. It is now the handsome estate of Senator Gorman. Source: <The founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland. A genealogical and biographical review from wills, deeds and church records by Warfield, Joshua Dorsey

Publication date 1905
Publisher Baltimore, Md., Kohn & Pollock
Collection library_of_congress; americana
Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation >

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/81495293


The following information provided by Carole Conrad:

Mary WELLS •Born: After 1640 VA, USA

•Marriage (1): Capt. Thomas STOCKETT before 1665 •Marriage (2): George YATES after 1671

•Died: Jan 1698 Anne Arundel, MD, USA

•Buried: Jan 21, 1698, Davidsonville, Anne Arundel, MD, US

Mary was born in Virginia and was transported with her parents in 1653 when they moved to Maryland. One source estimates her birth date as 1637. Montgomery estimates it at 1644 and the seventh child of Richard. She is listed in her fathers will as the wife of Thomas Stockett and appears to have been in her fathers favor.

One source, Mrs. O. F. Weisgerber from Chula Vista Ca. lists a daughter, Elizabeth, by Mary's second husband, George Yates. She had several more sons and daughters with her second husband. She was widowed a second time when he died in 1691. George was also of gentle birth with a Coat of Arms on his silver.

• Will, Jan 14, 1698. Her will mentions son, Thomas Stockett; Frances, wife of Mareen Duval; Eliza, wife of Thomas Plummer; Ann Yate, and sons George and John Yate. "Not named in her will but in her final distribution was Mark Richardson, husband of her deceased daughter, Mary. "

• Probate, Mar 29, 1699.

Mary married Capt. Thomas STOCKETT, son of Thomas II STOCKETT and Frances AYLEWORTH, before 1655. (Capt. Thomas STOCKETT was born on Apr 2, 1635 in Berkesbourne, Kent, ENG and died after Apr 23, 1671 in, Anne Arundel, MD, USA.)

Mary next married George YATES after 1671. (George YATES was born in 1640 and died in 1691.

GEDCOM Source

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GEDCOM Note

Mary Wells was born in 1637 in Norfolk, Virginia. She married Thomas Stockett sometime before 1666. Thomas died in 1671 and devised Mary his entire estate during her natural life. After Thomas Stockett died in 1671 and before 1674, Mary married George Yate. He died in 1691/92. Mary died 21 Jan 1698/99 at All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, Maryland. The following is from the register of All Hollows Parish- "Mary Yeates was Buried the 21st day of January Anne Domi 1698/99 in the parish of All Hollows." (Register, Maryland Historical Society Baltimore).

Her will was admitted to probate in Anne Arundel County on March 29, 1699, by the oaths of Joseph Hanslap, Thomas Hill, William Boyers and William Bailey. On July 31, 1699, her son Thomas Stockett exhibited her will before the Prerogative Court and was granted letters of administration with John Marshall and Mareen Duvall as the sureties. Warrants were accordingly issued to James Sanders, Sr., and Phillip Odell to appraise the estate. (Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 7, folio 335, Hall of Records)

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Mary Yate's Timeline

1641
1641
Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia Colony, Colonial America
1661
1661
All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
1666
1666
Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
1667
April 17, 1667
South River Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, British Colonial America
1668
1668
Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
1670
1670
Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland
1672
1672
Calvert County, Province of Maryland, Colonial America
1672
South River Hundred, Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland