Maryland Prerogative Court (Inventories and Accounts)

1674-1773

filmed by Maryland State Archives

 

Series 1674-1718 (SM 13)

Liber 1, 1674-1703

ac. 1237

(on compact disc CD 62-A)

 

pp.67-70 (pp.72-5 of CD)

Inventory of Thomas Meeres of the County of Ann Arundell ...15th day of September anno 1674

Servants:

John Sango a negro Boy to serve 17 years 400 pounds tobacco

 

pp.592-5, (p.596 of CD)

Inventory of Mr. Henry and Frances Morgan his wife late of Kent County deceased this 18 May 1675

1 old negroe man and a grey old negro woman 6500 pounds tobacco

to a molatto boy at 2500 a Girl at 3000 } 5500 pounds tobacco

to 3 molatto children at 1600 } 4800 pounds tobacco

 

p.618-9, (p.623 of CD) Inventory of Mrs. Phebe Bowdle late Deceased appraised by Jno Eason and John Sherwood this 14th day of Jany 1702 (Talbot County will Liber 11:311)

one Mallt woman servant called Kendell Songo 15 months to serve 2/10/00

one Mallt woman servant called Sarah Songo haveing 3 years to serve} 5/00/00

One woman servant Mallt named Grace Songo having 5 years and 6 weekes to Serve 7/00/00

to one infant girl named Eliza Vahene 2 pounds

to one young boy of the age of 3 years and odd months 1/0/0

 

 

Microfilm Roll 63, CD 1

ac 1238, Liber 2, 1676

 

pp.177-178 (CD pp.208-9)

Inventory of Capt Edward Roe 3rd day of July 1676

1 boy servant named John Thorn at 5 years to serve - 2000 pounds tobacco

1 East India servant boy - 2500 pounds tobacco

(Talbot County)

 

John Anderson deceased, cd289, p252, July 17, 1676

one Woman Negro wch have but 4 yeares to serve. 1500 pounds tobacco

appraised by James Rumsy and John Alwell.

Before me William Groome (Justice of Calvert County)

 

pp.276-280, (CD pp.313-317) Anne Arundel County

An inventory appraisement of the estate of Neel Clarke deceased appraised the 20 July 1676 by those appointed thereunto by the Honorable Phillip Calvert Esq. Judge for probate of wills

1 man servant 4-1/4 years to serve 1600 pounds tobacco

1 boy servt about 6 years to serve 1600 pounds tobacco

1 Indian woman servant 1800 pounds tobacco

due by acco from Richd Beard

due by acco from Jno Stephenson

due by bill from Jno Barker

app:s Nathaniell Heathcote

Henry Ridgley

 

ac. 1239, Volume No. 3, 1676-1677

nothing

 

Volume No. 4, 1677-8

pp.48-50 (CD p.655)

Robert Dun late of Kent County appraised 10 April 1677

1 Negroe woman very old 2000 pounds tobacco

1 man servant 3 cropps to serve 1600 pounds tobacco

1 mallatta girle 800 pounds tobacco

 

ac. 1241, 1678-1718,

Volume no.5, CD No.2, roll 63a

 

nothing

ac.1242,

Volume 6, 1679

 

pp.13-17, (CD pp. 524-7) Inventory of Mr. Thomas Stagg late deceased of Calvert County by John Miles and William Davis

1 Woman servant about three years and somethings better to serve 1600 pounds tobacco

to 1 Indian slave at 3500 pounds tobacco

 

Volume 6, 1679 continued on roll 64

pp.480-496 (CD pp.49-57) inventory of Baker Brooke of Calvert County Esqr deceased

July 7, 1679

1 Woman Servant for 3 years & 1/2 1600 pounds tobacco

1 Negro girl at 4000 pounds tobacco

1 Indian woman slave 8000 pounds tobacco

 

Volume 7, ac. 1243, 1680-1682 on roll 64

Volume 7a, 1680

 

p.98 (CD p.48), 1681,

A true inventory of Capt. Tho: walker deced appraised at Wicocomoco in the County of Somersett March 10 1680 by Capt Henry Smith

 

Volume 7b, 1681

 

pp.59-61, (CD pp. 708-10) additional accot of James Mills of Baltemore County Executr of ye Last Will of Samuel Boston late of same County deceased...

This accomptant Chargeth himself wth tobacco paid by ye assembly of this pvince to this accomptant for dead psons Insolvent & Runaway taxables...& for ye imprisonment of Indian Girle

 

p.106 (CD p.756)

An Accompt of Debts due to the Estate of Capt Thomas Walker decd by bill and accompt viz Anno Dom 1680

Mary Johnson Negero 304 pounds tobacco

The honorable Coll. Wm Calvert 90

p.110 (CD p.760) Dunham Olandeman 152

John Johnson Negrero 615

 

p.113 (CD p.763)

List of Bills accompts due in porke unto Capt Thomas Walker Decd 1680/1

p.114, Mary Johnson Negero 120

 

Volume 7c, 1682

 

pp.98-101 (CD pp.977-986)

An inventory of Colll Benjamin Rozer of Portobacco in Charles County Gentl decd appraised at Portobacco 25 May 1681 by Henry Adams & Tho: Hussey Gentl

p.979, 100 inventory of Coll. Benjamin Rozer att Brachck ?

p.101, Richard marshall 2 years to serve 600 pounds tob

Nicholas ye Indian one year 300 pounds

 

p.107 (CD p.986), 1682

At ye Indian Field:

3 Negro men & one Indian Ladd 80 pounds/ 00/00

3 Negro women 60/00/00

Seven negro children...66 pounds

At ye Great house

One negro & one Indian man for life 40 pounds

 

pp. 206-215 (CD pp. 1090-1099) St. Mary's County

Inventory of Honble Wm Calvert Esqr

p.216, Mary Adams Marryed to a Negro 13 pounds

p.215, Wm a Negro about 30 years old 30 pounds

Adam about 21 years 30 pounds

Cesar about 20 years 32 pounds

Gabriel a Boy 25 pounds

Guy about 25 years 30 pounds

Quaminy about 25 years 30 pounds

Amazon about 25 years 30 pounds

Amboa about 30 years 24 pounds

Abogy a Negro 30 pounds

Jone an old Negro woman 10 pounds

Elizabeth an old Negro Woman 16 pounds

Jno a Mallato boy 2 years old 8 pounds...

Taken and appraised 13 th day of July 1682 by Thomas Spink? and James Pattison

 

Volume 8, 1683-1686

pp. 193-7 (CD pp. 1438-1442) estate of James Downs late of Talbot County 3 June 1684 by Richard Sweatman and Andrew Leighton.

One Negro man haveing 4 years to serve 14 pounds

one white woman servt. at 4 yeares 12 pounds

one Mallatta Child 5 pounds

 

pp. 295-300 (CD pp. 1549-1554) Inventory of Robt Ridgely Gentleman deceased of Saint Mary's County taken by Garratt Vansweringen & Daniell Closker

p.300

Negroes

one man Negroe abt 18 yeares old called Boatswain 16 pounds

English Servants

1 woman named Martha Married to ye Negroe Boatswain 10 pounds

by virtue of a warrant from ye Honorable Philip Calvert judge of Probate of wills apraysed by us this 7 December 1682.

 

Volume 9, 1686-1688

pp. 185-187 (CD pp. 1993-5) Inventory of Mr. John White Gentl late of Somersett County

p.186

In the Quarter

1 Negroe man

1 Negroe woman

1 Negroe child } to serve dureing life 30 pounds

1 Mallatto Girle to serve till 21 years of age 5 pounds

1 White servant woman 6 pounds

1 white servant boy 8 pounds

this 20 September 1686

 

pp. 205-6 (CD pp. 2013-4)

Inventory of Mrs Mary Truman late of Calvert County 25 November 1686 by Major Ninian Beale and Mr Thomas Gant.

John Marshall 7 yeares (to serve) 9 pounds

Dido the Indian Girle 15 pounds 10 shillings

Toby the Indian boy 15 pounds 10 shillings

 

pp.338-340 (CD pp. 2159-2161)

An inventory of John Kirke late of this county deced before Mr. Bartholomew Ennalls Commissioner

this 30 April 1687

two Mollatoe children one a boy att 6 pounds

the other girle at 6 pounds

11 June 1687, Alexander Fisher, Peter Stoakes

 

p.382 (CD p. 2203) Account of John Kirk of Somerset county

 

Inventories & accounts volume 9, 1686-1688

(continued on roll 65-1, CD1, pp.458-518)

pp.513-5 (CD pp. 32-3)

Account of Henry Staples taken 1 Novembr 1687

for 1 Indian Woman to serve 10 pounds

Talbot County

 

Volume 10, Part 1, 1688-1692, Roll 65-2 (CD 1 of 2)

 

pp. 111-3 (CD pp.99-100), John Baker of St. Marys County deceased taken 1687, 20 June

one Indian Boy 10 pounds

one negroe man and one girle 40 pounds

one servant woman named Alice 4 years to serve 7 pounds

one other servant woman named Mary Welsh 5 pounds, 5 shillings

 

256-8 (CD p.174), 9 November December 1692 Colll Vincent Lowe Esqr late of Talbot County by Edwd Mann & William Hemsley

To one Woman Srvt: Marryed to a Negro 6 pounds

To a servt Boy 3 or 4 years to serve 8 pounds

 

pp. 274-275 (CD p.184), April the 4th 1693 an Inventory of Joseph Williams of Baltimore County

Ann Arundell:

To a Negro named Will 4 yeare to serve in cooper & carpentring } 24 pounds

 

Volume 11a, 1690-1692

nothing

Volume 11b, 1700

nothing

 

Ac 1248, Inventories Accounts Vol. 12,

1693-94

 

pp. 44-55 (CD pp. 413-8) (no county named, must be St. Mary's County)

Colll Lionell Copeley, Esqr: 14 October 1693

Elizabeth Tompson 4 years to serve 7 pounds 10 shillings

one Molatta Woman 6 years 10 pounds

 

Volume 13A, 1694-1695, Roll 65-5, CD no.2

pp. 96-7, 300 (CD pp. 96-7, 199) Inventory of Robert Towe taken 13th March 1693/4, Talbot County

To a Mallatto Servt: Boy haveing 10 yeares to serve 10 pounds

To another Servtt: boy haveing 3 years & 1/2 to serve 5 pounds

 

p.278 (CD p.188)

Inventory of William Smith late of Charles County in the hands of Eliza Smith...appraised this 25th day of Aprill 1695

One Negroe Mann Named Tom at 25 pounds

One Negroe Mann Named Swann at 25 pounds

One Molattoe Girl that hath about 18 years to serve 9 pounds

One woman servant about 3 years to serve 5 pounds

 

p.283 (CD p.191)

Inventory of Joseph Williams late of Baltemore County deceased Novembr the 12th 1694 at his Plantation in Cecill County

To 1 slave called Jeffery 25 pounds

To 1 slave called Toney old 17 pounds

To 1 Woman Indian & Childe 20 pounds

p.284, Inventory of Joseph Williams in Ann Arrundell County January the 30th Day 1694

To 1 Negro Man 12 pounds

To 1 Negro Man 18 months to serve 12 pounds

 

pp. 314-6 (CD pp. 206-7), Inventory of Thomas Thurston of Baltemore County Cordwainer deceased

To the Negro man John 12 years service 18 pounds

18th day of Aprill 1693

 

pp. 320-1 (CD pp.209-10), Inventory of John Abington late of Calvert County merchant Deceased appraised 19 February 1694:

1 Negroe man haveing about 1 yeare to serve 2 pounds

 

p.377 (CD p. 238) Anne Arundel County

Inventory of John Graye appraised by Walter Phillips and Robert Hopper 27th June 1695

To 1 Negro Woman 25 pounds

To 1 Molato Called Richd Wood 30 pounds

 

Volume 13B, Roll 65-5, 1695-1696

nothing

 

Roll 65-6, Volume 14,

1696-1697

pp. 108-9 (CD p. 385), Calvert County, Aprill 28th 1692

An Inventory of Thomas Gant Deceased

1 Negro man aged about 32 years 52 pounds...

1 Indian Boy named Dick haveing 12 years to serve from ye 27 day of 9ber next 20 pounds

 

Volume 15, Roll 65-7,

1697-1698

 

pp. 38-39 (CD p. 432)

An Inventory of Cuthbert Scott late of St Maryes County Decd appraised by Willm Rosewell and Stephen Gough Augst ye 8th 1691

To a Changeling Negro & an Old Negroe woeman 10 pounds

To one Negroe woeman 12 pounds

To one woeman Servant a Negroes wife English 5 pounds

To two English men Servants 12 pounds

Two Mallatta Negro Children Girles 10 pounds

Two Small Children, One girle 3 year old & one boy half a year old 5 pounds

June 5th 1697, Then did Mr Jno Baptista Carberry that intermarryed wth ye Relict of ye sd Cuthbert depose that he found within inventory amongst his Wifes papers...believes it to be a true copy of original...original cannot be found ye same may be Registered.

 

pp. 63-64 (CD pp. 444-445), Somerset County

Inventorye of Jam:s Dunken this 14th day of September 1696

One Indian boy to serve about 8 yeares 3 pounds

by Edward Greene and Adam Spence

 

pp. 131-132 (CD pp. 481-482)

Estate of Collonell Edwd Pye Late of Charles County Decd June ye 10th 1697

Att Beech Neck Quarter:

Two Malatta boyes not slaves at 8 pounds each 16 pounds

 

Roll 66, CD 1, Volume 15, pp. 198-316

1697-1698, Roll 66-1

nothing

 

Volume 16, Roll 66-2

1698

p.3, (CD p.97)

Inventory of Willm Smith of Charles Co. this 27th day of June 1698

1 molatto Girle Called Sara, to serve tell she comes to 31 - 10 pounds

1 Woman servant a yeare to serve 1 pound, 5 shillings

 

pp. 18-19 (CD p.105)

Inventory of Mrs Parthenia Burditt Late of Charles County this 4th Aprill 1698

To a Mallatto man having 15 years to serve 15 pounds

 

pp. 132-4 (CD pp. 163-4) Anne Arundel County

Inventory of Mr William Burges

To a Runaway Sick Indian 5 pounds

 

pp. 163-5 (CD pp. 178-179)

Inventory of Obadiah Judkins late of Talbot County taken this 25th July 1698

To 2 Negroe Men Mentioned in Will if hereafter prove to be Slaves - 40 pounds

 

pp. 221-3 (CD pp.206-7), Somerset County

Inventory of Colll David Brown by Richard Chambers & Samll Worthington Novembr 14th 1697

To a Negroe Girle Called Bess (blank) years to serve 6 pounds

 

Volume 17, Roll 66-3

1698

 

nothing

 

Volume 18, Roll 66-4

1698-1699

pp. 154-7 (CD pp. 405-6)

Inventory of Ralph Smith of Charles County in possession of Sarah Smith relict 10 March 1698/

One Indian boy Named Web at 15 pounds

One Negroe boy Named Roger at 10 pounds

 

Volume 19, Roll 66-5

1699

nothing

 

Volume 19-1/2 A, Roll 66-6

1699-1700

pp.36-39 (CD pp. 21-), Inventory of the Estate of Mr Robert Mackling late of Talbott Co: decd appraised in money by John Emerson and William Clayton in the presence of Mr. Richard Mackling Brother to ye decd the 10th June 1699

p.39, 2 Servt women each 4 years to serve - 14 pounds

1 Negro man aged about 40 years - 25 pounds

1 Negro woman dumb - 12 pounds

1 Mallatto girl born of a white woman 12 years old - 12 pounds

 

Volume 19-1/2 B, Roll 66-6

1699-1700

p. 35 (CD p. 105)

Inventory of Arthur Oneale Late of Charles County underwritten the fifth day of December 1699

To 1 Mallatto Girle haveing 3 years to serve - 2 pounds 10 shillings

 

Volume 20, Roll 66-7

1700-1701

p. 162 (CD p.240) probably Anne Arundel

Invry of Jno Bell taken 4 June 1700

Six Slaves, Mullattoe boy 162 pounds

by Thomas Stockett & Da Mat

 

Volume 21, Roll 66-8

1701-1702

 

p. 117 (CD p.355)

Inventory of Claudias Dulitre Late of Talbot County

to one woman Servt 7 pounds

to one Mullatto girle 3 pounds

Richard Jones, Jno Downes

No date, next one is 25 November 1700.

 

Volume 21, Roll 67-1, pp. 231-407 (CD 1)

1701-1702

pp. 235-7 (CD pp. 3-4) Talbot County (Liber 16:77 inventory)

A Further additionall accot of the Estate of Coll Geo Robotham this 11 October 1701

for Debts appraised as Desperate vizt

John JonSon by bill a negroe 394 pounds tobacco

 

Volume 22, Roll 67-2

1702-1703

 

pp. 32-4 (CD pp. 107-8), Inventory of Capt Jno Bayne, Decd appraised by Phillip Briscoe and Capt Henry Hardy July ye 10th 1702 (Charles County Liber 24:134)

a Negroe man called Bermudus - 27 pounds

1 Do named Nick - 28 pounds

1 Do named Will - 18 pounds

1 Do woman named Sarah - 22 pounds

a Negroe Girle named Pegg - 10 pounds

a Negroe woman & sucking child called Fortune - 30 pounds

an Indian woman Cald Sue & 2 Children one Calld Tom ye other Calld Forester - 40 pounds

to a Negroe woman at Aberdeen Quarter - 22 pounds

to a cow and bull killed at Pascataway

 

pp. 106-110 (CD pp. 144-146)

p.106, An Inventory of Colo John Courts deceased taken by Anthony Neale and John Rowland February 3d 1702/3 (Colonel Courts was from Charles County WB 3:386)

Jupiter a Negro Man a Year to Serve and then free by indenture - 4 pounds

 

Volume 23, Roll 67-3

1702-1703

 

pp. 133-5 (CD pp. 234-5) Inventory of Ann Hunt late of Dorchester County by John Lecompte and Hugh Eccleston upon the request of Charles Mackeel Admr During the minority of Thomas Hunt infn of the sd Anne

Bess a Mallatto Girle at 12 years old - 12 pounds

Towse a Mallatto Girle abt 10 year to serve - 10 pounds

Dick a Mallatto Boy at 3 year old 5 pounds

...in the presence of John Kirk left by the last will & Testamt of the said Ann

(No date. Prior one is 4 March 1701/2. Next one is 15 December 1702.)

 

Volume 24, Roll 67-4

1703-1704

 

pp. 59-61 (CD pp. 299-301)

Inventory of Matthew Pope of Cecill County taken the 22nd Aprill 1703

2 Malators Servants - 70 pounds

1 boy 8 yeares to Serve - 18 pounds

 

pp. 71-2 (CD pp. 306-7), Inventory of estate of Henry Bonner in Charles County in the possession of his wife Eliza Bonner, 13 September 1703

1 Mallato boy named Wm Worly aged 6 years and 6 mo - to serve - 10 pounds

 

pp. 257-8 (CD pp. 404-5)

James Maynards Estate of Somersett County:

By Deaveren Mollatto 17 pounds of tobacco

 

Volume 25, Roll 67-5, CD no. 2

1705-1706

 

pp. 397-402 (CD pp. 210-2)

Inventory of Colo Wm Barton decd appraised by Colo Walter Smith and Wm Wilkinson,  Prince George's County Will Liber 3:643)

authorized Pr Go: Co: appll ye 15th 1706

Negroes:

To 1 Mollao Boy borne of a wt woman 9 yrs old - 12 pounds

to 14000 of Toba at Westn Branch

 

Volume 26, Roll 67-6 CD no. 2

1706-1707

 

nothing

 

Volume 26, Roll 68-1, CD no.1

1706-1707

 

pp. 256-7 (CD PP. 36-7) Charles Egerton late of St. Mary's County

1 white woman named Mary 2 yrs to serve - 5 pounds

1 white woman name Elinor - 0 pounds

a white man named Joseph - 1 pound

2 negro men at 25 pr pce - 50 pounds

a Mallatto girle aged 9 yrs - 15 pounds

5 April 1706

 

Volume 27, Roll 68-2, CD no. 1

1707

nothing

 

Volume 28, Roll 68-3, CD no. 1

1707-1708

 

pp. 202-3 (CD p. 296)

Somerset County the account of Nathl Price admr of the goods chattells and credits of Richd Talbott late of sd county

to pd Devorix Dregroes 480

June 10, 1708

 

pp. 235-6 (CD pp. 345-6), Inventory of John Jadwin late of Talbot County 28 April 1707

To 1 molatto woman 22 months to serve 1 pound

 

pp. 254-6 (CD pp. 356-7), Inventory of Clement Hill late of St Maryes County deceased

1 malatto boye 19 yeares to serve - 25 pounds

July 17, 1708

 

p. 335 (CD p. 397), Somerset County...Account of Edwd Winslow adr of...William Winslow Late of Somet County

Paymt made:

to Jane Dragros p acco pved - 90 pounds tobacco

16 Day of Novr 1708

 

Volume 29, Roll 68-4, CD no. 1

1708-9

 

pp. 270-3 (CD pp. 147-9), Inventory of Robert Lockwood Late of Ann Arundell County decd

2 Negroe women wth Children at their breasts - 60 pounds

1 Mallatto wo that has 15 yrs. to serve - 15 pounds

13th June 1709

 

Volume 30, Roll 68-5, CD no. 1

1709-1710

 

p. 60 (CD p. 264) Note: this is the Butler family

An Inventory of...Wm Boarman decd of Charles County...July 11: 1709

1 Elderly Negroe man named Chars - 22 pounds

1 old Negroe man named Robert - 18 pounds

1 Mallattoe woman Slave named Kate - 28 pounds

1 Mallatto woman Slave Named Jane - 26 pounds

2 Mallatto Girles Slaves - 32 pounds

2 Mallatto Childrin Slaves 16 pounds

1 old Irish woman 8 pounds

 

p. 88 (CD p.278), Inventory of Devorix Drigrous appraised ye 14th March 1708/9.

1 cow - 1/6/-

1 3 yr old heiffer wth calfe 1/5/-

1 2 yr old bull 0/11/-

2 year do 0/12/-

1 horse 3/7/-

1 horse do 3/-/-

2 old mares 2/2/-

1 3 yr old mare 2/10

1 old mare do & 1 year do 3/0/0

4 sheep & 3 lambs 2/3/0

1 old horse 2/10/8

1 old __ & pothooks 0/6/0

1 do & pothooks 0/13/6

1 old Lining Spinning Wheel 0/10/-

1 bead & mean furniture 2/13/10

1 do furniture 2/16/6

1 do old furniture 2/11/6

2 beadstead being an old trundle bead 0/9/0

1 Chest ___ 0/18/0

2 old C__ 0/5/0

old pestle 0/4/3

2 guns & 1 ____ & barrell of a gun 2/5/11

a parcell of old Iron 0/7/0

old Simter 0/4/0

old plow Iron & harrow Irons 0/13/6

parcell of tobacco 0/8/4

1 mean ___ 0/2/0

old broke frying pan 0/6/0

Summat 37/15/5

 

pp. 138-144 (CD pp. 304-8), A list of debts to the Estate of Mr John Edgar Decd Oct 12/ 1705

Desperate:

Devorix Drigrous 8/5/11

 

Volume 30, Roll 69

1709-1710 (pp. 144-447)

 

pp. 241-2, The Additional Account of Henry Frith Exr of the last will & Testament of James Saywell late of Talbot County

paid unto a certa Indian, due from the Estate of the sd decd for the sd Indians Endeavoring to cure the said Saywells daughters sore legg ye summe of 7 shillings/ 6 pence

Novr ye 1st 1709

 

pp. 280-3, Inventory of Phillip Lynes Esqr of Cha Co: decd

a marlatto boy 15 yrs to Serve - 20 pounds

16th Novr 1709

 

p. 284, Inventory of Capt Humphrey Boone late of Baltemore County

a Servt boy 12 pounds

a negroe woman 30 pounds

a marlatto woman 20 pounds

 

pp. 398-9, Kent County: Inventory of John Carvile Late of sd County 30th September 1709

Negroes:

1 Marlatto Named Jenkins - 30 pounds

att Pools Island:

1 wt woman Named Eliza Brown - 12 pounds

1 Marlatto Child abt 1 yr old - 2 pounds

att home:

1 Marlatto boy named Billy 10 pounds

 

pp. 410-411, Inventory of Laurance Ryly decd of Somerset Coty 16th Decr 1709:

1 Marlatto boy called Will - 20 pounds

 

Volume 31, Reel 69-2

1709-1710

 

pp. 254-5, The account of John Jarman adr of Devorix Drigrous late of Somerset County decd

- The said account Chargable Estate for 19:1:2 as p Invty due to his wife as the sd Devorix Drigrous his Estate did stand Indebted to her at his death

- The said Account also Chargeth the Estate for 1300 lb tobo Due to his wife by the sd Decd at his death not given into the Invnty

- The said account also Chargeth the Estate for a horse that was properly his wifes given into the Invnty of the said Decds Estate appraised to 3:7:0

- to payment made to paid Sarah Drigerous for funeral charges - 696 pounds tobacco

- to paid Mr John Bozman Sherrf for Clks fees Taxes & rent as p rect - 1577 pounds tobacco

June 7th 1710

 

p.342, Account of Eliza Simpson admr of Thomas Simpson late of Anne Arundel County decd as follows:

cash recd from Mingo Savoy 0/4/6

August 5, 1710

 

Volume 32a, Roll 69-3

1710

p. 15, Mr Richd Harrison of Charles County decd 14th August 1710

1 Indian Named Pompey - 26 pounds

1 Negro man Called Ceasar - 26 pounds

 

Volume 32b, Roll 69-3

1710-1711

 

pp. 26-29, Inventory of Solomon Jones of St Marys County

One Mallato man 4 yrs to Serve 14 pounds

12th Decr 1710

 

p. 80, June 17th 1710, Invy of Thomas Everndon late of Dorchester County

1 Negro man & 1 Negro woman - 58 pounds

3 Negro Children - 42 pounds

1 Indian Man 20 - 20 pounds

 

p. 168, June ye 5th 1711, Inventory of Saml Magruder Senr Late of Prince George's County

1 Woman Servt & Malatta Child - 2 pounds

Sarah Magruder Executor

 

Volume 32c, Roll 69-3

1710-1711

 

pp. 124-6, Invy of Madm Eliza Diggs lately of Charles County Dec'd assessed this 20th day of November 1710

At the Great House in Charles Town

one old Mollatto slave woman named An: Air__ - 16 pounds

one Do man named Charles - 5 pounds

one Do named Peter a Cooper - 25 pounds

 

Volume 33a, Roll 70-1

1711-1712

p. 71, Inventory of Madm Ann Lynes late of Cha Coty dec'd 1t day of January 1711/12

1 negro Girl 24 pounds

1 Mullatto boy abt 16 years old - 16 pounds

 

Volume 33b, Roll 70-1

1711-1712

p. 44, Inventory of James Tyer late of Charles County deceased

one Negro woman called Sarah - 40 pounds

1 Malatto boy Called Billy about seaven yeares old - 15 pounds

1 Negro Girl Called Moll 4 years old - 10 pounds

 

p. 140, Inventory of John Southeron late of Charles County 1st day of May 1712

1 Mallatto Child 5 pounds

 

p.203, Inventory of Mr Samuel Hopkins late of Somerset County, deced. 16 July 1712.

one old Negro man at 3 pounds/ 10 shillings

one Mullato boy for tearmes of years 14 pounds

 

p.204, Samuel Southeron, St Mary's County, 2 August 1712

1 Negro man and a Mallato Child

 

pp. 221-6, Inventory of Henry Darnall Late of Ann Arundell County, 1713. (Note: This is the Bently family.)

Negroes at the Dwelling House,

one Mallata Woman Sue age 33 - 28 pounds

At James Watland's 2 Quarter, Negroes

one Mallata woman Rose age 29 - 28 pounds

At the Woodyard, Negroes

one Mallata David a Carpenter age 45 - 40 pounds

one ditto Frank " age 40 - 40 pounds

one ditto Jack " age 35 - 30 pounds

one ditto Tom a Carpenter age 30 - 45 pounds

one ditto Charles do age 15 - 25 pounds

one Negro Bently age 20 - 30 pounds

one Mallata woman Moll wth child a month old age 34 - 29 pounds

 

Volume 34, Roll 70-2

1712-1713

 

pp. 24-26, Inventory of Randolph Brandt Late of Charles County 6th day of August 1713

1 Mallato Girle att 17 pounds

 

pp. 125-128, Inventory of Cecilus Butler Late of St Maryes Coty

Bay Side

One Servt woman & Mullato Child adjudged by ye Coty Court for 2300 lb Toba - 9/1/8

 

Volume 35a, Roll 70-3

1713-1714

 

pp. 131-2, Inventory of Mary Van Sweringen Late of St Maries County Decd 2 April 1714

A Mulatto boy att 12 pounds

 

p. 133, Inventory of Mr Jeremiah Adderton late of St Maries County this 22d Septembr 1713

to a Malatto girle - 12 pounds

to a white woman Frances White(?) - 10 pounds

 

pp. 170-1, Ann Arunll Coty Inventory of Samuel Groome late of London 17th day of Augt 1713

1 Negroe ladd if a slave - 18 pounds

 

pp. 248-9, Inventory of Edward Howard late of Charles Coty Gentn

One old Negroe man named Scipio - 9 pounds

One Do Sambo 20 pounds one Do George one Do Dick 26 pounds } 76 pounds

One Irish woman named Grace Marryed to a Negroe man } 5 pounds

1 Mollato girle ____ (part of page missing)

Said Man and woman & born in Virga before her Mothers Inter marradge wth Said Negroe

One Do boy named Benjn born since their marriage - 14 pounds

One Do girl named Alice borne also Since Marriage - 11 pounds

 

pp. 299-308, Inventory of Mr Richard Marsham late decd of Prince Geo: County taken June the 15th 1713 (Note: This is the Perle family)

Negroes:

One Malato Man Robin age 2, 7 yrs to Serve - 16 pounds

1 Molatto boy Jemmy age 18, 17 yrs to Serve - 20 pounds

One Malatto woman nanny 7 yrs to Serve - 14 pounds

On Malatto boy daniel Sickly 2 yrs old - 5 pounds

In Negroe Robins house:

one Indifft good flock bed boulster & old blankett 0/10/0

3 worne Stript & Duffils matchcoats 0/9/6

old Iron carpenter's tooles a sett 0/10/0

1 piece a pll white ozn 26 ells att 0/18/5

24 Ells of brown ozengs at 0/15/0

one Chest 0/5/0

brown thread 0/20/0

2 Casters hatts 0/10/0

12 Ells brown Ozn 0/9/6

1 felt hat 0/2/6

1 pl french falls 0/3/0

1 ream of writing paper, ink powdr 0/8/0

an old Syth 0/1/6

44 hogs 3 yrs old or thereabts. 26/8/0

6 a yr. old Do 1/16/0

3 Shoetes 0/9/0

Hair cloth for sailes 0/14/0

and old plow 0/9/0

a Creens bagg 0/0/6

a pl old Scales and weights 0/2/6

plate at 5-2 per ounce, 82 ounces 21/3/8

 

Volume 35b, Roll 70-4

1713

 

pp. 33-5, Account of William Hutchison of Prince Georges County deced Octobr 1713

to Pd Indian Wm 4 Match Coates - 2 pounds

 

pp. 94-5, Account of Margaret Southern Exr of ye Last will of Samll Southern late of St Marys County

pd to St Marys County Publick for a Mallato Childe - 2:01:8

Augt 5 1713

 

pp. 97-8, Inventory of Ann Bonger of St Mary's County

1 Malatto man Slave at 30 pounds

 

Volume 36a, Roll 71-1

1714

 

pp.72-71, Charles Jones late of Charles County, 3d June 1714

Negroe Called Jack Goose 26 yrs old 30 pounds

1 Mallatto Called Catherine abt 5 years old 13 pounds

1 Mallatto Called Lidia abt 1 1/2 years old 8 pounds

 

Volume 36b, Roll 71-1

1714-1715

 

pp.48-9, Geo: Simcon Deced

One Dumb Negroe man named Jack 20 pounds

One Mollatto Boy Need 15 pounds

appraised this 4th day of Octor 1714

Nicholas Wyeth, Tho: Howard

 

p.245, Acct of Thos Dashiel Exr of Peter Douty of Somerset Co: deced

Paymts

to Sambo Gamm a Negro 5:19:7

May 28. 1715

 

Volume 36c, Roll 71-1

1715-1716

 

pp. 25-29, appraismt of Colo Jno Bigger (Calvert County: account Liber 37a:25)

Negro men...Negro women...

Burrell about 9 year old to be free at 31 }

Pegg abt 11 years old to be free at 31 } 30 pounds

Richd Hudson one of the greatest Creds

Thos Howe, Wm Spinner

 

Volume 37a, Roll 71-2

1716

pp. 71-2, Inventory of Wm Sturmey of Calvert County

1 negro man 22 pounds

1 malatto Girle abt 16 years 15 pounds

1 negro boy aged abt 7 years 12 pounds

2d July 1716

 

p. 169, Mary Symons late of St Marys County Wido & relict and Extx of George Simmons late of Sd County deceased

3 Negro men & 2 Negro Girles 1 Mollato boy } 105 pounds

no relations but Children under age

 

pp. 199-202, Jane Jones of Charles County 23d day of Novr 1716

1 Molatto called Kate abt 9 years old - 15 pounds

1 Molatto called Lidia abt 3 yrs old - 2 pounds

 

Volume 37b, Roll 71-2

1717

pp. 3-4, St Marys County: Inventory of Nicholas Richardson

1 Negro Man John being Lame 20 pounds

1 Mollatto woman his wife 20 pounds

 

pp. 33-35, Inventory of Mr Jno Battis late of Ann Arundell County appraised this 11th day of July 1717

1 Mollatto Boy 13 years to serve 20 pounds

 

p.212, Inventory of William Denton, 29th day of April 1717 (Queen Anne's accounts Liber 2:160)

a mallato boy 16 pounds

 

Volume 37c, Roll 71-2

1715-1716

 

pp. 7-9, James Roberts late of Calvt County

2 Molatto Girles named Kate and Moll } 16 pounds

2 Negro Children named Sarah & Dick } 16 pounds

one Molatto Man named Jack & his wife Judy } 50 pounds

 

pp. 62-71, Mr John Salter of Queen Ann's County taken the first day of December 1715

a Mollatto Girle named Priscilla 20 pounds

 

Volume 38a, Roll 72-1

1716-1717

 

p.15, Elizabeth Howard of Charles County

one Mollatto Boy named Benjamin 12 years old - 10 pounds

taken Ninth day of October 1716

 

Volume 38b, Roll 77-2

1717

 

pp. 30-47, Elizabeth Gilbert of St. Mary's County, pursuant to order of 2 October 1716

p.47, A just account of the Negroes:

to a Mollatto Slave called James

To a Mollatto Girle abt 15 years to serve - 15 pounds

 

Volume 39a, Roll 77-3

1718

p. 30, Inventory of James Tant Late of St Marys County Deceased this 14th Day of Octr 1717

one Mallata Man Slave named Willm - 32 pounds

 

Volume 39b, Roll 77-4

1717-1718, WB 24

 

pp. 41-2, Thomas Marsh of Kent Island, Gent: Deced this 5 day of September 1716

one Negro woman named Moll - 24 pounds

one Mallatoe Gairl named beck 4-1/2 years old - 4 pounds (Note: these are probably the free Grinnage children)

one Mallatoe Do named Kate 1-1/2 years old - 3 pounds

one Do named Rachel 1 years old - 2 pounds

 

pp. 153-4, William Mann of Dorchester County

1 Mollato woman Slave named Margrett Lukham - 20 pounds

1 Do Girle Do named Sarah Lukham - 20 pounds

1 Do Slave named Elinor Lukham - 20 pounds

1 Do Slave named Ann Lukham - 15 pounds

 

Volume 39c, Roll 77-5

1717

 

pp. 170-2, Inventory of Mr John Gardiner Deceased (St. Mary's County 1717 Prerogative Will Book 14:470)

One Mollatto Man and his wife 48 pounds

one old Negro man 25 pounds

2 other negro men 60 pounds

One Mollato Man for 5 or 6 years service at 12 pounds

Luke Gardner only Brother of deceased.

 

Prerogative Court (Inventories) 1718-1777 (MSA SM11)

SR 4328

Liber 1

 

p. 53 (p. 39 of CD), Inventory of Leonard Brooke late of St. Mary's County, deceased, appraised this 2 April 1718 (probably includes members of the Butler family)

1 Mallato woman slave Eliza 25 pounds

1 Negro man Lewis 28 pounds

1 Mallatto Boy Charles 26 pounds

1 Do Girle Sarah 26 pounds

1 Do Boy John 26 pounds

1 Do Boy Thos 19 pounds

1 Do Ignatious 14 pounds

1 Do Girle Phillis 9 pounds

1 Do Girle Nancy 8 pounds

1 Do young Child 3 pounds

 

p.281-6 (CD p. 156), Inventory of Wm Herbert late of Charles County decd.

In the Milk House

2 Negroe men Roger & Mingoe 30 pounds each - 60 pounds

Indian slave Webb 25 pounds

Negroe woman Jane at 28 pounds

Do Girle Bess 20 pounds

White Servt. 5 years to serve named William Jones 12 pounds

 

p.292-4 (CD p. 159) (Prince George's County Prerogative will book 14:516)

Inventory of Thomas Phinket Decd.

1 Negroe man called Toney 30 pounds

1 Indian Boy Called Peter to till 21 yrs of age (sic) 6 pounds

At Mattawomanhill

19 August 1717

 

pp. 315-6 (CD pp. 171-2)

Inventory of John Cole of St. Mary's County Decd

1 Negro lad 17 yrs old 25 pounds

1 Blind Negroe unserviceable 3 pounds

1 Mullatto Boy to serve till 31 yrs now 15 yrs. 15 pounds

1 Mullatto Girl about 10 yrs old 15 pounds

1 Negro man abt 40 years somewhat decrepid 25 pounds

1 Negro woman 25 pounds

1 Mullatto Girle about 6 yrs old 13 pounds

1 Negro child about 2 yrs old 10 pounds

May 21 1718

 

p.317 (CD p. 172 of 601)

Inventory of John Dodd Innholder of the City of Annapolis

To a Negroe called John Fisher sold by the Admr. to Amos Garrett for over & above the debt he is engaged for 9 pounds

25 June 1718

 

pp. 336-9 (CD pp. 182-3)

John Hawkins late of Queen Anns County deceased

To a Mullatto Girle 5 pounds

To a White Woman 5 pounds

no date. Prior is 29 August 1718

Next is 19 May 1718

 

pp. 339-41 (CD p. of 601)

Kenelyne Chesyldine late of St. Mary's County

19 May 1718

1 Negro girl Mary 28 pounds

1 Negroe Man Nathaniel 28 pounds

1 old Do Peter 15 pounds

1 old Do Thom 20 pounds

1 Negro woman Anne 22 pounds

1 Negroe Boy Goldsmith 26 pounds

1 Do Charles 20 pounds

1 Negroe Girle Hannah 25 pounds

1 Do Betty 15 pounds

1 Do Cate 10 ponds

1 old Negroe man Robbin 24 pounds

1 Do Simon Craft 28 pounds

1 Negro Woman Jany & child 30 pounds

1 Do Sarah 28 pounds

1 English Mullatto Boy Ned 12 pounds

 

pp. 403-406 (CD pp. 215-217)

Inventory of Mr. David Hellen late of Calvert county 9 October 1718

Negros

1 Molatto boy named Roger 15 pounds

1 Millatto boy named Ben 5 pounds

1 Molatto girl named Grace 8 pounds

1 negr. man named Harry 30 pounds

 

 

pp. 414-420 (CD pp. 222-5)

Inventory of Roger Brooks late of Prince George's

In ye quarter

1 Malatto man 12 years to serve 20 pounds

1 man servant named Grover 1 year and half to serve

2 December 1718

 

pp. 243-4 (CD pp. 442-3), Jo.n. Jobson late of Ciscell County (Cecil County)

to 1 Indian woman 10 pounds

 

pp. 464-9 (CD p. 254 of 601)

Inventory of Samuel Chew late of Ann Arundell County this 6 January 1718

53 Negro men & woman at 30 each - 1590

29 children - 580 pounds

2 East India Indians 30 pounds (the Creek family)

1 Woman Servant 10 pounds

 

Inventories 1719, Liber 2

Sr 4328-2

pp. 28-9, Inventory John Marriott late of Annell decd 11 May 1719

1 old negroe woman named prew 18

1 young named dence molatto 30 pounds

1 malatto boy named Jack 26 pounds

 

Inventories 1719-1720, Liber 3,

SR 4328-3

 

p.44 (CD p. 445), inventory of Jno. Bristow late of Cecil County deced.

to 1 Indian woman at 12 pounds

 

pp. 54-6 (CD pp. 450-1)

Inventory of Estate of Mr Richard Brook deced 6 August 1719 (St. Mary's Will Book 15:178)

Negroe man Guy about 60 yrs old 12 pounds

Charles do 21 years old - 32 pounds

Tom abt. 30 years old - 30 pounds

Young Guy 17 - 32 pounds

by Harry 12 - 22 pounds

boy Jammy 4 yrs - 12 pounds

boy Anthony 2 yrs - 6 pounds

Jancy a Mallato Woman 24 - 28 pounds

Sucky 45 - 20 pounds

Kate 16 pounds

Else? alias Sue 16 pounds

Young Sucky 6 yrs - 12 pounds

Then came Mr. Leonard Brooke and Sod this inventory

 

pp. 231-234 (CD pp. 538-540)

inventory of John Willmoth Snr late of Baltimore County deceased 18 9ber 1719

one Negro man Hercules 14 yrs to serve 36 pounds

 

p. 301 (CD p. 574), Inventory of Saml Cla?ly, late of Calvert County appraised this 14 March 1719/20, by Henry Hustill?

one Mollato boy Named Jno Keys (Reys?) haveing three years & Eight months to serve 14 pounds

 

1720-1722, SR 4329, Liber 4-7

Liber 4, 1720

 

p.71, 47 of 609

June 9, 1720, Somerset County Capt. Thomas Dixson (Note: these are the free Dogan children)

one Mollata boy called George 9 yrs old - 18 pounds

one molata woman called Sellah 16 years old - 17 pounds

 

p. 119 (CD p. 72 of 609)

inventory of Mr. Philemon Hornsley deced. on the Easternmost side of Chesepeak Bay in Queen Annes County

 

Home Plantation

Mollato Sam 30 pounds

Mollato Girl Penn 26 pounds

two Mollato boys born of a white woman the one 6 the other 8 yrs old at 12 pounds and 15 pounds } 27 pounds

1 White man Servt named Robt. Eavens 2 years to serve 10 pounds

1 White man More named David Snity two and a half years to serve 10 pounds

1 White man named Sam Doulton having but one hand afflicted with fitts 6 pence

 

p.122 (CD p. 73 of 609)

at Mr. Thos. Kempts

Bactom's(?) Bodoms(?)

1 Negroe man called Jubo 30

1 old negro woman Jenney 20 pounds

1 Mollato Girl Judith 4 years old 9 pounds

 

p.235

inventory of Wilm Boarman late of Charles County deced 27 June 1720

A negro man about 55 years of age 24/10

A negro man about 50 years of age 24/10

a Negro woman about 28 do a child 8 months old 38

A negro woman about 30 18

a negro boy about 15 years 32

a Negro Girle about 15 years 29

a negro girle 9 years 20

A malata boy about 11 years 20 years to serve 17 pounds

 

pp. 273-4 (CD p. 154 of 609), Dorchester County, inventory of Henry Hooper, 17 November 1720

1 molato Girle 14 years to serve 15 pounds

 

p.280, Inventory of Henry Hoopch last of Dorchester county 19 Nove 1720,

p.289 Mingo Francisco: bad money /14?

 

p.293 inventory of William Glanvill Senior late of Talbot county

1719

To a young negro woman named Keser? 33 pounds

To a white woman 4 years to serve next march 8 pounds

to a Malato boy named Archer 2 pounds

 

Liber 5, 1720-1721

pp. 48-50 (CD p. 227 of 609)

Inventory of Charles Dafft of St. Mary's

1 negro woman called Sarary at 22 pounds

1 mollato boy called Jack at 15 pounds

4 May 1721

 

pp. 105-9 (CD p. 257 of 609)

Inventory of Joseph Vansweringen of St. Mary's County deced

4 negro men named pompy Sam petter & young Cepie att 30 } 120

1 old negro named Cepie 15 pounds

2 old negro men named Paul & Wm 35 pounds

1 Mollato man to be free att 31 years 12 pounds

1 mollato boy 3 years to serve 8 pounds

1 mollato Betty & child 4 years old if a slave 38 pounds if not a slave 15 pounds

1 white woman 2 years to serve 4 pounds

 

p.109,

appraised this 15 March 1721

Jas nearest of kin to the Deced. refused to sign the within and above inventory for that these things are under valued Vizt.. Pompey, Sam Setter, young Cepis?, Paull will Cypis, 2 old negro wom? two? moll Cepsio, Mollato Toney haveing 2 years of runaway time to serve and a sloop and her Rigging. D? Vansweringen.

 

1721, Liber 6

 

pp. 107-9 (CD pp. 346-7 of 609)

Inventory of Nath: Roach late of Somerset County deceased appraised May 6, 1721

1 Old Negro woman 18 pounds

1 Molatto boy 11 yrs to serve 8 pounds

1 woman servt. & 1 Molatto Girl 10 pounds

Somersett County June 20, 1721

came before me Elizabeth roach adm of Nathl. Roach deceased & made oath...true & perfect inventory of the deceased

approved: John Roach sen, Mich: Roach, Wm Roach

signed Mary Fountaine & John Benson

 

p.214 (CD p. 404 of 609)

Inventory of Moses Lecompte late of Dorchester County

To 1 Servt. woman at 6 pounds

to 1 Malatto boy at 32 pounds

27 March 1721

 

p.237 (CD p. 416 of 609) (Calvert County 1722 Accounts 4:217, 5:44)

inventory of William Thacker late deced. by James Duke and Wm Gray

to 1 Young Molatto 1 pound

To 1 white woman 6 months to serve 1 pound

5 January 1721

 

pp. 238-243, Mr. Cornelius Manning deced of St. Mary's County, October 14, 1721

smith's Neck

1 Negro man called Doctor lame and old at 14

1 Ditto Negro man called Will at 20 pounds

 

Porkhall? Neck

1 Negro man called Job & what is his 35

1 Molato Boy called Neal sickly 20 pounds

 

Home Plantation

To 1 Molatto Man called Jack Adams & what is his 35 pounds

To Ditto called Jackey Boy & what is his 35 pounds

To 1 Old negro man called Adam at 14 & young negro woman 30 pounds } 44 pounds

Then came Mary Manning and John Mills executors and proved this inventory

 

1721-1722, Liber 7

 

p.1 (CD p. 431 of 609), Additional inventory of Edward Cash by Charles Meloyd (Queen Anne's County Accounts 4:99)

To a Bill of Henry Jacksons 750? crossed out? 3/2/6

To a bill of Andrew Pruitts 500 2/1/8

To ditto of Wm Pinder 300 1/5/0

p.2 To a Mulatto 300 pounds 1/5/0

 

p.74 Inventory of Benja. Hall late of Prince George's County

p.80, 1 Mallata called Nell with a child 25 yrs 35 pounds

next one is 1721

 

Negroes

To 1 Mallata called Little Jack 26 yrs 35 pounds

To 1 Negro Called James 32 33 pounds

To 1 Mallata boy called George 18 yrs. 34 pounds

 

p.227 Inventory of Mr. Richd Llewellin late of Charles County deced taken the 7 May 1722

p.228 (CD p. 546 of 609)

To 1 Molatto Slave Named Richd Adams about 40 years old 26 pounds

230, Pursuant to a warrant directed to the subscribers from Mr. Samuel Hanson Deputy Comrs for Charles County the appraised goods and Chattles of Mr. Richard Lewellin late of said County Gentleman deced.

 

p.244 (CD p. 554 of 609), Inventory of William Songo late of Talbot County

5 June 172? (edge of page) previous 1722

one cow and calf, 581 of tobacco, 5 bush of corn 2 shoats

Sarah Songo her mark, Solomon Songo his

mark 5/9/4-1/4

 

p.282, Inventory of Thomas Price of Queen Anns County this 15 June 1722

p.284,

To one negro Girle Called Beck 5 years to serve at 10 pounds

1 Servant woman 5 years to serve 10 pounds

1 servant boy 5 years to serve 10 pounds

1 Mollatto boy of 5 years old at 8 pounds

 

p.288, inventory of Henry Hollingsworth of Cecil County 20 Mach 1721/2

To one old Indian Slave 10 pounds

 

p.299 (CD p. 582 of 609), Mr. John Craycroft of Prince George's County

p.300, Negroes:

One Mullato girl called Sue aged 8 years 16 pounds

One ditto called Pegg 3 years 8 pounds

One Mallatto boy aged one year and a half old called Dick 5 pounds

 

p.353 (CD p. 605 of 609), Inventory of Mr. Thomas Cockshutt late of Calvert County deceased 16 November 1722

p.355, In Mr. Cockshutts Closet:

p.356, 1 Mollatoe woman named Elizabeth having thirteen years to serve 20 pounds

1 Mollatoe man haveing three years to serve 12 pounds

 

pp. 12-13, James Townshend late of Somerset County

Household Goods

To a Negro man called Tom 15 pounds

To a Molatto Lad called Guy 25, a Negro woman called Tawny 25} 50 pounds

 

p.174, Inventory of Michael Martin of Charles County 20 November 1721

one Molatto man called Charles 13 pounds

 

1722-3, Liber 8, SR 4330-3

 

probably St. Mary's County

p.16 (CD p. 23 of 687), Inventory of Wm Mathews deced. appraised by Charles Stephens and Thos Hammond appt appraisers sworn March 15, 1721

relations Will Mathews and Eliz Mathews, greatest creditors R. Bennett, Charles Neale

p.18, To 1 servant girle a Mallatoe 10 years & 8 months to serve 9 pounds

 

p.22, Thomas Robins late of Talbot County Gent. January 30, 1721

p.26, 1 Mallatto man named Gabriele 30 pounds

to 1 do called Joe Tonee? 30 pounds

 

p.65, 49 of 687, William Drigours deced appraised this June 9th 1722, by Richard Hutson and Wm Walton there being no creditors greater than the appraisers.

6 head of cattle, two horses,

2 old pots one pan 2 guns, at 2 pounds

pewter basin, small parcel of old Books, parcel of old iron 2 old wheels and one loom, 3 hoggs one old saddle, a parcel of old lumber

19/7/6 (Somerset County)

 

p.135, Inventory of Mr. Richard Llewellin late of Charles County taken the 25 February 1722/3

1 Mallatto slave named Richard Adams about 40 years 26 pounds

 

p.196, Thomas Ricketts late of Ann Arundell County deceased

p.198, To John Brown Mallato aged near Ten years, 21 years to serve 15 pounds

To Margarett Brown Mallato aged seven years, 24 years to serve 11 pounds

To Philemon Brown Mallato aged between 4 & 5 years, 26 years to serve 9 pounds

p.199, given under our hand and sealls 31 May 1723

Joseph Richardson and John Jacob Junr. witness. Richd Lancaster Will: Isams

 

p.229, 139 of 687, Mr. Thomas Cooper late of Saint Mary's County directed to us bearing date 12? April 1722/3

p.231, one mallato boy called Robbin

one small do girle called Jenny

June 14, 1723

 

p.263, Inventory of Thomas Parnall Late of this county 1 4? June 1723

To Eleven Negroes & one Indian Slave 268

To a Prentice called Davarix Drigus 6 pounds

 

p.277, Edward Smith late of the City of Annapolis in Ann Arundell County 10 June 1723

A Molato man being a Convict named Bristow 14 pounds

A white servant woman named Mary 3-1/4 yrs to serve 5 pounds

 

SR 4330-2

Liber 9

1723-4

p.22 (CD p. 225 of 687)

St. Mary's County, Inventory of Negroes, stock good and household &c belonging to the estate of Benntt Lowe deced.

p.28, one Mallatoe boy James 16 - 25 pounds

one Negro boy George 7 - 15 pounds

One Mallatoe boy Peter about 16 years old - 18 pounds

 

p.102, 266 of 687 Richard Colegate of Baltemore County deceased taken 23 May 1722

p.103, 1 Negro man named Trader 46 pounds

1 do Toby 42 pounds

1 do Robin 35 pound

1 do Mallata Jack 35 pounds

1 do James 25 pounds

1 Negro man Ceazer 40 pounds

1 do named Pompey 25 pounds

1 do woman named Jeane 15 pounds

1 Mallata woman Hannah 30 pounds

1 do named Haga 35 pounds

1 do named Abbigaill 35 pounds

1 Mallata girle Matha 20 pounds

1 do mary 15 pounds

 

p.138 inv of Ann Elizabeth Vause, Cecil County late deceased 24 June 1721

To 1 Negro woman 24 pounds

To 2 young Mallato children 5 pounds/ 10 sh

 

p.144 (CD p. 288 of 687)

Inventory of Henery Clark late of Calvert County taken 27 July 1722

1 young negro man 36 pounds

1 young Mallatto woman 34 pounds

1 Mallatto child 9 months old 6 pounds

 

p.327, Mr. Anthony Neale late of Charles county deced. exa,d 4 <au 1724

p.328, 385 of 687

1 Malatta woman called Mary 28 pounds

...

1 Mallatta man named Petter 35 pounds

1 ditto boy John About 14 years old 18

1 do Andrew abt 12 years old 16

1 Do Peter about 11 17

1 Do charles about 9 15

1 do tommy 1-1/2 2 pounds

1 do sick called Ned 1-2 1 pound

1 do Kate 7 14

1 do called Polly 5 10

 

 p.423 (CD p. 435 of 687)

Jane Elliot of Dorchester

one Negro woman and a mallata wench 40 pounds

3 June 1724

 

p.427, John Groshan Esq late of Ann Arrundell County 15 June 1724

1 Mallato woman Bess- born of a white woman 12 pounds

 

1724-5, Liber 10, 4330-3

p.213, to a Malatto Man called Jenkins 50 yrs old 20 pounds

 

p.403, 670 of 687

inv of Edward Hammond of Somerset County deced.

350 pounds of tobacco 1: small grind stone 1: Mullattoe woman servant att } 8 pounds 2 pence

this appraisement was made in 1719 and the executor has been dead 4 years and it was brought to the office 13 July 1723.

returned this 15 June 1719

p.67, Stephen Horsey

p.70 John Heathcoote

p.86 wm Johnson

 

p.174, Mr. James Phillips, Gent. Late of Baltimore County January 17, 1721/2. Examined 19th April 1725

(many slaves listed)

 

p.188, one Madagascan Negroe man named Gasco about 20 years 35 pounds

One Madagascar Negroe man named Toby aged 25 years 40 pounds

 

p.189, One mollatto Girl abt 8 years old & born of a white woman 10 pounds

account of sales dated 17 March 1719

due 9 feb 1720

 

p.244, Inventory of Thomas Cissell late of Ste. Mary's County

p.255, 1 Negro boy Jack about 10 20 pounds

1 ditto girl Margtt 5 14 pounds

1 Molatto Woman about 10 years to serve 16 pounds

this 16 November 1724

 

 

p.292 Inventory of Mr. John Blackiston late of S. Mary's county deced appraised by Mr. Gerrard Pye and John Haskins this 18 January 1724/5

 

p.295, To 1 Negroe called Will aged about 30 32 pounds

Lad Harry 15 26 pounds

Woman Rose and her child 10 days old 32

Negroe woman Moll 32 28 pounds

Negro woman Ann 30 and child 1-1/2 36 pounds

Negroe woman Sall 19 30 pounds

...

One Mollatto woman called Mary Collins about 6 years to serve 6 pounds

 

SR 4331

1725-1727

Volume 11

 

pp.109-113, Mr Carpender Lillington of Queen Anne's Co

taken 4 Sep 1725

1 small Mulatto Boy White Mothered 6 pounds

1 servant woman abt 2 years to serve 2 pounds

 

pp.693-6, Inventory of Geo: Warner late of Kent County, 1 September 1726

To one Negroe man Cesar Left free by will at the Expiration of four years after the death of his master 20 pounds

one Mullatto woman Kate left free by will at the Expiration of six years after the death of her master 32 pounds

 

p.739, Madm Elizabeth Coursey of Wye River in Queen Anne's County late decd 4 February 1726/7

1 Mallatto Girl 16 years old a slave 24 pounds

A Mallatto Man Named William about 5 years to serve 10 pounds

 

pp.870-2, Mary Orvil late of Dorchester Co

1 Mallatta Man Named Dick Haveing three years and 5 months to Serve 8 pounds

 

SR 4332

1727-1729

Volumes 12-13

 

pp.135-6, Mr Jacob Covington of Queen Anne's County, 27 May 1727

To a Servant Boy Calld Charles Jeffreys 3 years & 10 months to serve 9 pounds

To 1 Negro Man Calld Jo: 31 yrs(?) to Do }

1 Woman Calld Lydia 31 yrs(?)           } 62 pounds

 

pp.150-154, Mary Fountaine of Somerset County, 7 July 1727

1 Mollatto Girl about 10 years old, to serve till she is 31 years old 16 pounds (This is the child of Rose Roach)

 

pp.235-8, Jeremiah Sheredine of Calvert County, May 29, 1727

2 Mollato's Vizt Hoe Cake & Moll to be free at 31 years of age 25 pounds

 

p.295-313, August 10, 1727, Thomas Addison, Prince George's County

At Sam's Quarter:r

1 Negro lad named Butler 16 yrs 25 pounds

At the Great House:

Dick a Molatto Carpenter & Cooper 40 pounds

Will a Young do carpenter & cooper 36 pounds

1 Molatto boy Dick 15 years old 22 pounds

1 Do named Peter 14 yrs old 20 pounds

1 Do named Sam 5 yrs old 13 pounds

1Molatto woman Named Betty 30 pounds

! do Named Nanny 28 pounds

1 Molatto child 2 weeks old called Jenny 2 pounds

1 Do 2 yrs named Bess 7 pounds

...

1 Molato Hannah 23 pounds

1 Girl named Nan pen 12 years old 22 pounds

1 Indian man named Tom 32 pounds (This is East Indian Thomas Mayhall)

1 Molato man named Peter Poore 35 pounds

 

p.432, A List of Dubious Debts taken from the papers of Sarah Brice Decd of Ann Arundel County by her executor this 24 March 1726

Edwd the Mallato 10 shillings

 

1728-1729

Volume 13

 

pp.182-184, Govert Loockerman late of Dorchester County Gent Decd 18 August 1728

A Malato man named Abrahm Johnson abt 1 yr to serve 3 pounds

a Malatto Girl named Rose 5 yrs to serve 6 pounds

 

pp.314-315, Thos Stone late of Chas County Jany 9, 1727/8

One white woman Issabella to serve abt 25 years for Mallatto Bastard } 10 pounds (This is Isabella Ray and her children)

One Melatto born of a white woman named James abt 15 yrs old 18 pounds

One Do named Bridget abt 9 yrs old 15 pounds

One Do named Charles abt 6 yrs old 10 pounds

 

 

SR 4333

1729-1730

Volumes 14-15

 

Volume 15

 

pp.222-4, William Brown of Talbot county, June 1729

To 1 old woman Sarah Wms Gye one year & 10 months to serve 2 pounds

To 2 small Malatto Boys @4 pounds each

 

p.251, Inventory of Elizabeth Duhadway late of Ann Arundel County, 1 June 1729

To one East India Indian named Aron Johnson having two years and a half to serve 7 pounds, 10 shillings

 

pp.329-330, John Chairs of Queen Anne's County, 16 May 1729

1 Mulatto Boy for Life 30 pounds

1 Mulatto Boy named Dick to serve till 31 years of age 10 pounds

To 1 Do to serve till he arrives to the age 21 years 8 pounds

To 1 Woman Servt 3 years to serve 4 shillings

 

p.397, Mr John Wright late of Prince George's County, 1729

One Mullatto Boy named Daniel Lee 18 pounds

 

pp.714-6, Solomon Wright of Queen Anne's County 1 August 1729

1 Molatto girl named ___ 16 pounds

1 Molatto named Will having five years to serve 14 pounds

p.723, Doctor Thomas Godman of Queen Anne's County, 1730

1 Molatto woman named Priscilla Dyer having 10 year to serve 14 pounds

 

SR 4334

1730-1732

Volume 16

 

pp.16-17, William Harris of Prince George's County, 1 July 1730 (Note: this is the Norman family. Both children were free)

1 Mollatto Girl named Beck 9 years old 12 pounds

1 Mollatto Girl named Jane 5 year old to be free at 16 year old 15 shillings

 

p.167, Alexander Wordie of Somerset County Chirurgeon, 23 November 1730

Debts: Tayler in Indian 1 pound

 

pp.326-7, Hensey Johns of Calvert County, 6 January 1729/30

1 Negro Man Will: Hinton 40 pounds

1 Boy Pompey 14 years to serve 30 pounds

1 Ditto Sharper Weakly 14 years 25 shillings

 

pp.421-3, Edward Ward late of Baltimore County, 12 August 1731

1 Mallatto woman 2 years to serve 4 pounds

1 Mallatto Boy 14 years to serve 18 pounds

1 Do 19 years to serve 18 pounds

1 Do girl 15 pounds

 

pp.512-3, Additional inventory of Rev. Christopher Wilkinsons Estate taken this 20 Septr 1731 (Queen Anne's County inventory 15:325)

To 1 Molatto woman 4 years to serve 6 pounds

 

p.666-676, Collo William Ennalls of Dorchester, Oct 6, 1732

1 Mulattoe Sarah Supposed Slave 30 pounds

1 Girle Called Rose as above 12 pounds

1 Ditto Called Pegg as above 7 pounds

1 Child as above 5 shillings

 

p.717, Inventory of Mr Thos Robins of Somerset County, 14 November 1732

Negro Ned 30 pounds & wife 15 pounds

...

Hannah Blake 3 pounds

Comfort Blake 5 pounds, 10 shillings

George Blake 10 pounds

Samll Blake 10 pounds

Sarah Blake 1 pound, 10 shillings

Charles Blake 3 pounds

 

SR 4335

1732-1734

Volumes 17-18

 

1732-1734

Volume 17

 

p. 6-13, Mr Marsham Waring of Prince George's County, 10 March 1732

Negroes:

Negro man Named Ceaser 26 yrs old 38 pounds

Ditto Alexander 22 yrs old 38 pounds

Do George 19 yrs old 38 pounds

Do Hercules 19 yrs old carpenter & cooper 45 pounds

1 Mallatto called Charles 19 yrs old 38 pounds

1 Old Negro man Called Charles about 60 yrs old 21 pounds

1 ditto called Ned about 45 yrs old 26 pounds

1 Ditto called Phill about 36 yrs old 35 pounds

1 Mallatto Lad about 16 years old Called Robin a shoemaker 38 pounds

1 Negro boy called Tom 1 year old 5 pounds

...

One Mulatto Called Margery about 16 years old 36 pounds

One Ditto called Kate about 16 years old 36 pounds

 

pp.72-4, Daniel McCambley late of Queen Anne's County, 23 April 1732 (Nothing in the court records about a child bound to McCambley)

1 Mullatto Boy about six years to serve att 10 pounds

 

pp.92-3, George Cooley this 26 January 1733, Talbot County

a Servant woman 16 months to serve 2 pounds, 10 shillings

a Malatto child 20 years to serve 6 pounds

 

p.169, Thomas Waughop Junr this 12 June 1733, St. Mary's County

1 Negro Man & Malatto Girle 20 years to serve } 38 pounds

 

p.172, Jno Attaway of St. Mary's County Gentl 18 April 1733, returned July 3, 1733

1 Mulatto man 2 years & 5 months to serve 9 pounds

 

p.215, Saml Morred late of Ann Arundel County, Desparate Debts

Morreds Molato Woman 5 shillings

 

pp.277-8, Thomas Clagett late of Prince George's County, 26 June 1733 (This is probably Catherine Graham)

1 Mulatto Woman named Kate 12 years to serve 16 pounds

 

p.310, Mr John Stokes of Baltimore Co, 22 January 1732

1 Negro named Tom aged about 45 years 30 pounds

1 white servant about 14 mos to serve 6 pounds

1 East India Indian about 16 mos to serve 2 pounds

 

pp.332, Mr William Hooke late of St Mary's Co, 8 May 1733

1 Negro Man Called Julius @ 35 pounds

1 Mollatto Man Called Richd Adams at 18 pounds

 

pp.454-5, 459, 462, Honorable Collo William Holland, 16 April 1733, Ann Arundel County

1 Malatto named Harry abt 10 years to serve 20 pounds

1 Do Nead abt 11 years Do 22(?) pounds

1 Do Gregory about 17 years Do 22 pounds

1 Do Hanny(?) about 15 years Do 20 pounds

1 Servant woman two years & three months to serve 4 pounds

 

pp;.484-7, Mr Thomas Harris late of Charles County

1 Mallatto Man abt 6 yrs to serve named Peter Fitzjarrall 13 pounds

25 June 1733

 

p.538, John Asten of St. Mary's County, 25 Sept 1733

1 Malatto Servant Man two years to serve 4 pounds

 

pp.548-556, Samuel Harrison late of Ann Arundel Co, 12 December 1733

1 Malatto Man free in March next 10 shillings

 

pp.685-7, William Stevens late of Talbot County, 16 November 1733 (This is the Phillips family)

Servt woman 13-1/2 yrs to serve 10 pounds

a Mallatow boy 8 years old 23 yrs to serve 14 pounds

a Mallattow Girl 5 years old, 26 years to serve 9 pounds

 

1734

Volume 18

 

pp.191-4, William Lock Esq late of Ann Arundel Co,

Mary Phillips Do infirm 2 years & 4 months (to serve) 5 pounds

Molato Dick Do 6 years (to serve) 22 pounds

Negroes:

Jack Duppin aged about 30 carpenter & cooper 53 pounds, 10 shillings

Peggee about a month old 2 pounds

Sam a Malato Do 2 (years old) to be free at thirty one 6 pounds

 

pp.222-3, William Eadmonds late of Calvert County, 17 April 1734

A Malato Girle Six years old 7 pounds

1 Malato woman about 2 years to serve 5 pounds

 

pp.335-7, Mrs Elizabeth Cole of St Maries County, 1 March 1734

1 Negroe Man Names James 25 pounds

1 Mallato Boy named Will 4 years to serve 7 pounds

 

SR 4336

1734-1736, Books 19-21

Liber 19, 1734

pp.38-42, Inventory of John Welsh of Ann Arundel Co Merchant, appraised 19 July 1734

1 Molatto Boy Jack abt 13 years old to serve till 31 years } 21 pounds

 

pp.156-9, Inventory of Thomas Martin late of Talbot County

Elizabeth Sampson a Molatoe having 4 years to serve } 8 pounds

Mag Sampson a Molattoe having 11 or 12 years to serve } 17 pounds

William Sampson a molattoe to serve about 13 years } 20 pounds

Sisly Sampson a molattoe to serve 17 or 18 years } 19 pounds

Rachell Sampson about 4 years old to serve till the age of 21 } 5 pounds

Priscilla Sampson a Molatto to serve 21 or 22 years } 16 pounds

27 September 1734

 

p.170, Inventory of George Gleaves of Kent County, 14 June 1734

To 1 Molattoe Girl 18 pounds

 

???p.335, Mrs. Elizabeth Cole late of St. Marie's Co., 1 March 1734.

p.337, 1 Negroe Man named James 25 pounds

1 Mallato Boy named Will 4 years to serve 7 pounds

 

pp.409-12, Mr. Aquilla Hall late of Baltimore County

A Mallatto Indian Girl about 13 years to serve 14 pounds

one white servant woman named Sarah 1 year to serve 2 pounds

 

1734-1735

Book 20

pp.9-10, Nichs Joce Late of Kent County, 18 November 1734

To 1 Molattoe girl called Nan aged about 8 years old a slave } 20 pounds

 

pp.54-9, Inventory of Mrs Sarah Magruder of Prince George's Co, 3 September 1734

1 Molattoe woman Priss 15 pounds

1 Do Boy 6 years old 10 pounds

1 Do Do 2 years old 2 pounds

 

pp.65-68, Inventory of Wm Marshall of Prince George's County, appraised 8 October 1734

a Molattoe fellow about 13 years to serve 20 pounds

 

pp.130-1, Inventory of Joseph Jones of Ann Arundel County, recorded 3 September 1734

To one Molatto man named James 9 years to serve 20 pounds

 

pp.340-2, Saml Queen late of Prince George's County ___ June 1734, Marsham Queen relative

a free born Malatto Girle 15 Shillings

 

p.361, Coll Jno Fendall, 5 February 1734/5, Charles County

1 Mollatto called Jack Neale haveing ten years to serve 30 pounds

 

pp.431-4, Mr Hugh Spedding/ Spedden Late of Dorchester County

To 1 Mollatto Girle aged abt 6 years 12 pounds

To 1 Mallatto Boy aged abt 5 years 10 pounds

 

p.491, Samuel Handy of Somerset County, 5 March 1735, proved 7 June 1735 (Note: This is the Dogan family)

One Negro Rose 18 pounds

1 Do Betty 12 pounds

1 Mullatto Kate 12 pounds

1 Do free Born Tobeth 4 pounds

1 Do Harry 24 pounds

1 Do Adam 26 pounds

1 Do Nannie 15 pounds

 

pp.496-8, Mr Wm Stewart late of Somerset County, 18 June 1735

One Negro Man Tom

1 Negro Girl 6 years old

1 Mallatto Do 12 years old to serve until 31 years old 10 pounds

 

Liber 21, 1735-1736

pp.8-10, Jno Bell Esqr Ann Arundel, 30 August 1734

1 Mallatta Slave called Joe 30 pounds

1 Molatto slave called Moll abt 13 yrs 29 pounds

1 Mollatto Boy called Ned 11 years 21 pounds

 

p.78? 18?, Inventory of Mossoe Macubbin Gent of Ann Arundel Co, 14 November 1733 (probably the How/ Hough family)

1 Mollatto Girle 12 pounds

 

p.114, Jonas Smith of Somerset County, 28 April 1735

To one Mollatto Boy called George 15 pounds

 

pp.156-160, Capt Joseph Wilkerson late of Calvert County, 15 October 1735

1 Mollato woman Babb 5 years to Serve 7 pounds, 10 shillings

 

p.175, Jno Thronbury late of Baltimore County, 20 Novr 1734

One Mollato woman slave 26 pounds

one Mollatto Boy 5 pounds

 

pp.318-9, Mrs Ann Price Queen Annes County, 9 December 1735

1 Mallatto called Will 11 years to serve 25 pounds

 

p.324, Mrs Ann Marshall Queen Anne's County, 27 January 1735/6

1 Mollatto Girle 5 years to Serve 6 pounds

 

SR 4337

1736-1739

Books 22-23

1736-1737, Book 22

p.143, Jesse Jacob Bourne Gent, assigned 20 December 1736 (Calvert County will 21:678)

1 Negro Man Called Mahomet about 20 } 35 pounds

1 Molatto Boy Dick to serve till 31 } 6 pounds

1 Do Do James Do till 31 } 4 pounds

 

pp.147-9, Inventory of Mr Henry Brome, Calvert County 16 December 1736

1 Molatta woman named Moll 14 pounds

1 Do Boy named James Sampson 17 pounds

 

p.271, Mr William Penn late of Charles County, appraised 12 May 1737 (Note: This is the Grace family)

White servant woman 10 years to serve & 2 Molatto children to be free at 31 years } 28 pounds

 

p.280, Mr John Bruce of Charles County, 8 April 1737

Mallato Mary 18 pounds

Mallato Judith 30 pounds

Negro Luke 25 pounds

Mary Scott for 12 years 18 pounds

 

pp.359-360, Dominick Carroll of the County of Cecil, appraised 23 August 1736

Mulatto David Evins 5 years to serve 20 pounds

Charles Mulatto Slave 25 pounds

 

1737-1739

Liber 23

pp.45-6, Additional Inventory of Mr William Hernsley late of Queen Annes County, 28 October 1737

One Molatto Boy named Jemmy 30 pounds

John and William Flamer two Molatto Servant men having eleven months & 15 each to serve 4 pounds

One Molatto woman slave named Pen 30 pounds

One Molatto girl named Nan 16 pounds

One Do Boy named Sam 16 pounds

One Do Tom 12 pounds

 

pp.218-223, Samuel Chew late of Ann Arundel County & Calvert County, 15 October 1737

Negroes age:

Peg Creek 40 - 54 pounds

...

Wm Creek 8 - 41 pounds

Ned Creek 6 - 30 pounds

Moll Toney 10 - 35 pounds

Will Doyby 22 - 60 pounds

Jemmy Groves 20 - 54 pounds

 

p.375, William Dorington of Dorchester County, 24 August 1738

To a molatto boy about fourteen to serve till thirty one at 15 pounds

 

p.488, John Vickers of Talbot County, 25 July 1738

One Molatto Girle called Elizabeth Morris aged 12 years Bound to 21 - 18 pounds

 

1739-1741

Liber 24

pp.189-190, Richard Beavan late of Prince George's County, appraised 25 July 1737

1 Molatto man named Francis Edmunds 6-1/3 years to Serve 20 pounds

 

pp.249-251, Humphrey Meredith of the City of Annapolis, Cordwainer, proved 6 October 1739, Servants:

Mulatto Bob 1 year & 8 months to serve - 8 pounds

 

pp.288-290, Thomas Hughes of Ann Arundel County, 20 November 1739

1 Molatto girl named Mary 18 pounds

 

pp.350-351, Mr Thomas Burk late of Queen Annes County 20 March 1738/9

1 Mollatto boy named John Hogson 14 years to serve 15 pounds, 10 shillings

 

pp.407-412, Solomon Clayton late of Queen Annes County 29 October 1739

A Mulatto man named Dick having thirteen years to serve 25 pounds

 

p.535, Inventory of Samuel Madox late of St Mary's County, 18 January 1739

To Negro Jenny to serve 6 years 15 pounds

To Negro Hercules to serve 2(?) years 10 pounds

To Negro Elizabeth to serve 11 years 18 pounds

To Negro Will serve 13 years @ 20 shillings }

Negro Mary serve 16 years } 17 pounds

 

1740-1741

Liber 25

 

pp.66-69, John Beck of Queen Anne's County, 20 May 1740

1 Molatto woman 15 years to serve 15 pounds

 

pp.161-2, Mr William Price of Queen Anne's Co, 5 July 1740

1 Molatto boy James 23 years to serve 15 pounds

 

pp.166-8, William Phillips of Queen Anne's County August, 7, 1740

1 molatto man named John Thompson 15 yrs to serve 15 pounds, 10 shillings

 

pp.276-278, List of Desperate Debts due the estate of Mr Philip Lyng of Ann Arundel, 29 October 1740

Peter Adams free Negro 0/4/3

 

 p.309, Roger Crudgenton late of Ann Arundel County, 27 May 1740

One Malatoe Man named John has a Eleven years to serve aged 20 years - 25 pounds

 

pp.327-329, Inventory of Gilbert Crockett late of Baltimore County, 6 November 1740

1 Servant woman Negroe Ridden about 11 months to serve good for Little 1 pound

 

pp.448-9, Mr Joseph Weicks of Queen Anne's, 19 November 1740

To 1 Molater woman named Pris about 4 months to serve 1 pound, 10 shillings

 

p.508, Estate of Elizabeth Burnett of Talbot County

1 Negro child Called Cumbo 5 pounds

 

p.509, Mr John Richards late of Somerset, 7 April 1741

Mollater Diner 5 pounds

Mollater Frank 7 pounds

 

SR 4339

1741-1743

Liber 26-27

Liber 26, 1741-1742

pp.56-63, Alexander Contee of Prince George's, appraised 30 April 1741, Jean Contee executrix

1 Mullatto Boy named Charles 15 yrs 35 pounds

1 Do woman named Bess 35 yrs 40 pounds

1 Mullatto woman named Jane 17 years old to be free at the age of 38 wth the young suckg child 40 pounds (Note: This is Jane Peck)

 

pp.246-7, John Crankhill Kent County, 11 March 1740/1

1 Mollattoe fellow named Dick 2 years & 6 months 12 pounds, 10 shillings

1 Do Named Sambo 9 months 1/2 to serve 5 pounds

 

p.490, Mr Edward Harris of Queen Anne's County, 28 January 1741/2

2 Mulatto Girls Jane and Ann Hall abt 9 years to serve each 20 pounds

 

1742-1743, Liber 27

 

pp.19-20, Ann Wright late of Prince George's County, 21 June 1742

One Mulatto Man named Daniel Lee 5-1/2 years to serve Carpenter by trade 40 pounds

 

pp.61-3, Thos Powell of Queen Anne's County, 14 December 1741

1 Malatto child called Natt 31 years to serve 10 pounds

 

pp.276-7, Solomon Birkhead of Talbot County, 19 May 1742

1 Mulatto Man named Jack having 8 years 4 months to serve 25 pounds

 

Inventories 1744-1745, Liber 30

p.86-89, 47-48/487, Alexander Beall, 1 Old Negro Woman named Combow 27 pounds

 

pp. 380-3,

Inventory of William Richardson late of Ann Arll County this 19th Dy of Novr 1744

1 Negro Man Peter 15 pounds

1 Do Tony a Legacy 50 pounds

….

1 Mulatto fellow Mark 15 yrs to serve 40 pounds

1 Negro Woman Betty to Serve 7 yrs 15 pounds

1 Do Maria (a Legacy) to be free at her Mistress’ Death}

1 Boy David 7 years old to serve till he attain ye age of 35 yrs} 20 pounds

1 Girl Polly 3 yrs old to serve to the age of 35 years } 10 pounds

Dick two weeks old to serve 35 yrs 5 pounds

6 May 1745

…Margaret Richardson and Daniel Richardson Exrs of William Richardson late of Ann Arnundel County being of the People called Quakers…

 

pp. 412-14

Inventory of William Skinner late of Calvert County this 18th April 1745

1 Mulatta Girl to serve to 16 years 2/11/-

Elizabeth Skinner admr May 15th 1745

 

pp. 417-422

Inventory of Coll. Edward Hall late of Baltimore County 1 Mulatta womn Priscilla 9 years to serve 25 pounds

On the 10th Day of April 1745 came Avarilla Hall

 

SR 4341-2

1745

Liber 31

p. 17, Calvert County: Inventory of Stephen Dickinson Taylor late of the County aforesd this sixth day of May 1745

To a Mulatto woman having about 14 years to serve 25 pounds

Ann Dickinson execx

 

pp. 20-27

Inventory of Major Thomas Crompton late of Calv County this 5th day of Febry 1744/5

1 Mulatto Girl 8 yrs to serve 5 pounds

1 Do 6 years to Do 4 pounds

 

pp. 57-60, Inventory of Mr. Benjamin Elliot late of Kent Island in Queen Ann’s County this third day of April 1745

A List of Debts due to the Deceased

Sherey Wank 0/1/6

Walter Grinedge Junr 0/1/6

Joseph Husket 0/2/6

Walter Grinedge Senr 0/11/0

Rebecca Grinedge 530 Toba 10/p hundred

Thomas Harvey Junr. 0/4/6

Thomas Elliott 0/1/6

 

Image 312 of 487, pp. 122-5,

Inventory of Thomas Coleman Senr: late of Charles County this 30th day of April 1745

To 1 Negro Man...Guy 30 years old 48 pounds

To 1 Negro Do Caesar 25 Do 48 pounds

To Mullatto Woman Jane Beddo about 1 year to serve 6 pounds

 

pp.243-4, Debts due to Mr Jacob Winchester Deceased this 28 day of August 1747, Queen Anne's County

To money due from Shery Greenage p note 2 pounds

To money due from Walter Greenage p John Elliotts Book 0/5/0

 

pp.245-6, Inventory of Thomas Wilson of Talbot County this thirty First Day of May 1745

1 Negro Lad Named Grinage 45 pounds

 

Image 411-413 of 487, pp. 312-315

Inventory of William Woodland Late of Kent County this 27th Day of May 1745

To a Mollatto orphan Boy Nat: Norris abt 9 yrs old 20 pounds

To a Negro Man called Ned abt 3 mons to serve 4 pounds

 

Image 447 of 487, p. 380

Inventory of John Powell of Queen Annes County 22nd Day of October 1744

To 1 Mollatto Girl aged 41/2 Years old 10 pounds

 

Image 475 of 487, pp. 434-5

Inventory of Absolem Kent of Calvert County this 23d Day of November 1745

To 1 Negro Boy Sam about 14 years old 36 pounds

1 Negro Boy Nick about 6 – 24 pounds

To Molato Boy Bennett Monk about 10 – 18 pounds

 

SR 4342

1745-1747

Liber 32-34

 

1745-1746

SR 4342-1

Liber 32

 

Inventory of Vinct Askin late of Charles County

Image 25-27 of 582,

pp.32-6,

1 young man Named Jack Grizzelll 40 pounds

1 Old Negro Do Named Charles 35 pounds

p.36, 1 Old Negro woman Jamawboy 30 pounds…

total 837/16/8

pp.36-37, Another list: 10: 4th 1745

pp. 37, 1 old Wigg 0/5/0

Jno Dove Mullatto 60 pounds

Jno Montgomery servant for A Month 2 pounds

Robt Cooper Do for 13 Days 0/5/0

Proved in Charles County 24 January 1745

 

Image 53 of 582, pp. 86-87

Inventory of Mr Henry Wharter late of St Marys County

1 Negro Boy Jack 10 pounds

1 Molatto Boy Will 28 pounds

1 ditto Tim(?) 30 pounds

1 ditto Girl Betty 16 pounds

1 Boy Humphrey 5 pounds

1 Molatto Woman Hester abt 4 yrs to serve 12 pounds

 

Images 64-68 of 582, pp. 107-114

Inventory of James C. Coborne of Dorchester County:

A List of Desperate Debts due the Estate of Samll Coborn

John Nummas Indian 1/4/6

 

Image 93 of 582, p. 159

Cecil County May 13 Day 1745 Inventory of Mr. John Wade

1 Negroe girl Nan Aged 8 years 25/0/0

1 Negroe Mollato girl pegg 8 Aged years 12/10/0

 

Image 107 of 582, p. 186

Inventory of Thomas Davis late of Queen Anns County this 23d Day of Janry 1745

To 1 Mollatto woman Named Nan 4 year to serve 8 pounds

 

Image 143 of 582, p. 253

Additonal inventory of John Edmonson of Talbot County 27 Day of February 1744

1 White Lad Named Thomas six years to serve 6 pounds

1 Do girl named Sarah 4 pounds

1 Mollato Do 5 pounds

 

Image 171 of 582, p. 306

Inventory of Elizabeth Young Late of Calvert County the 16th Day May 1746

To 1 Negro Woman called Rachel 50 pounds

To 1 Mollatto Boy Basill Keemer 45 pounds

To 1 Do Thomas Keemer 40 pounds

To 1 Negro Boy Called James 25 pounds

Signed p Nearest of Kin x her mark Catherine Buckinas(?)

 

Inventories

1746

Liber 33

SR 4342-2

 

Image 235 of 582, p. 42

May ye 22d 1746, Inventory of James Swann late of Saint Marys County

1 Mollatto Boy Robin 19 yrs to serve 25 pounds

1 Do girl called Bess 2-1/2 yrs to serve 6 pounds

 

Image 297 of 582, p.166,

Inventory of Robert Boyer late of Somerset County by Sarah Boyers this 10th Day July 1746

To 1 White Boy named William Smith 4 pounds

%o 1 Negro man Named Harry 40 pounds

To 1 Servant Mollatto Woman named Dorcas at 3 pounds

To 1 Servant Boy name David 1 pound/ 10 sh

To 1 Do Named Harry 1 pound

To 1 Do named Elijah 1/10/0

 

Image 343 of 582, p.343

Inventory of William Jones late of Somerset County 17th Day of February 1745

One Servant man Named George Horner has 18 months to serve 10/10/0

 

Image 566-8, pp. 308-12, Inventory of Mr. Robert Wilson, late of Kent Island in Queen Anns County…December 13th 1746

A List of all the debts Seprate and desparate of Mr. Robert Wilson

To Walter Greenwich 0/0/6

 

(Inventories)

1747-1749

Liber 35-37

SR 4343

1747-1748,

Liber 35

Images 43-44 of 681, pp. 51-2

Inventory of Mr Robert Norrest Wright of Queen Anns County 26th day of January 1746

To 1 Malatto boy Named Tom abt 2 years Old slave for Life 8 pounds

 

Images 113-4, pp. 190-3, Inventory of Capt. Danl Bowley Late of Baltimore County…5th day of Feby 1747(?)

Debts Desperate

Negro York Mort 0/1/0

Hannah (a Negro) 0/2/6

 

Images 114-5, pp. 193-4

An additional Inventory of Timothy Lane of Queen Anns County

To a servant man eighteen month to serve 5 pounds

To a Malatto girl about Eleven years old 12 pounds

Proved 11th August 1747

 

Image 150, p. 264, An Additional Inventory of Thomas Eccleston 31st day of August 1747 (Dorchester County)

To a Malatto Woman Named Jane Price Ten years to serve 20 pounds

 

Images 82-3, pp. 329-30

A List of Good Debts from Ann Miller Deceased by George and Basil Beckwith

Nathanall Malato 0/3/0

 

Images 193-4, pp. 350-3

Inventory of Mr. Michael Miller Late of Kent County 6th Day of May 1747

1 Mallatto Woman Named Pnelope Murry 8 Years to Serve 20 pounds

1 Mallatto Girl Named Abigall Murry 24 Yerars to Serve 20 pounds

 

Image 240, p. 442, Inventory of Richd Ruff Late of Baltimore County this 26th Day of July 1734

1 Negro man Named Will 28 pounds

1 Indian Slave Named Pompy 32 pounds

 

Image 275 of 681, p. 513,

Inventory of Thomas Clark of Talbot County April the Twenty fifth 1747

To Mosses a Mallato boy about 6 Years of Age to serve till he is thirty one Yrs of age 9 pounds

(Inventories)

1748

Liber 36

SR 4343-2

Image 319 of 681, pp. 23-4

Inventory of John Parr of Prince George’s County

To Mallatto Servant Boy and }

1 Dito Girl } 37 pounds

Appraised this xth Day of May

9th June 1748

Inventories

1748-1749

Liber 37

SR 4343-3

Image 619-22, pp. 325-30

Talbot County: Samuel Sharpe this 6 Day of May 1748

To 1 Malato Man Named Jack 2 Years & 6 months to serve 7 pounds/ 10 shillings

To 22 Negroes 686 pounds

 

1749, 38, i SR 4344-1

 

p.90, Inventory of James Martin late of Worcester county Gentleman taken the 19th May 1748

1 Molatto Boy a Slave Called Jethro aged about 5 years a Legacy to the deceased's son William Martin at 16 pounds

1 Molatto Girl a Slave Called Candis aged about 2 years a Legacy to the deceased's son James Martin at 10 pounds

1 Molatto Girl Called Jenny about 4 months old 4 pounds

1 Molatto Woman Called Nan Old at 10 pounds

 

pp.132-5

Inventory of Mr. John Kankey Late of Cecil County

1 Malato man Named Will 55 pounds

1 Malato man Named Joseph 55 pounds

1 Malato Lad Named Little Jos 50 pounds

1 Negro named Bristo 50 pounds

1 Old Mulato Woman Named dine 50 pounds

1 Malato Galle Named Jenn 20 pounds

 

p.176, 16 May 1749, Elizabeth Barnes admr of Mr. James Barnes late of Annll County

to a Negro Man named Boston 41 pounds

To a White Woman named Nancy 3 years to serve 9 pounds

To a Mulatto Girl aged 8 years free at the age of 31 years

 

p37,

April 14, 1749, Inventory of Patrick Forrest or St. Mary's County:

1 Negroe Woman named Jane 50 pds }

2 Mollato Children Rose & Easter about 3 years old at 15 ll Each} 80 pounds

 

pp.59-60, Inventory of Mr. Martin Driver late of Calvert county...29 May 1749...

1 Negroe Boy named Michael 14 yrs old 45 pounds

1 Mollatto Woman 10 yrs to serve named Hannah 30 pounds

1 Do Boy named Tom abt 1 yr old 5 pounds

 

pp.108-10, Inventory of John Kellen late of Calvert County...this 22 May 1749...

Negroes:

Jenny abt 30 yrs 40 pounds

Moll abt 10 yrs old free at 31 yrs 25 pounds

 

pp.185-6

Inventory of Hugh Taylor Prince George's County 26 May 1749

one Negro Woman named Lucy 50 years old 25 pounds

One Mullatto Girl named Sall 15 Ditto 50 pounds

One Negro Girl named Franck 6 Ditto 25 pounds

 

176-7

Charles Hodson late of Dorchester

1 Mallatto Boy called Phill

27 July 1749

 

pp.335-7

John Broome Late of Calvert County

10 April 1749

Mulatto Jams Simpson 2-1/2 yrs to serve 15 pounds

338

1 Mollatto Boy named Tom 5 yrs old 15 pounds

 

pp.360

Major Thomas Nevett Late of Dorchester County...

p.373 at Black Water Quarter

p.374 to 1 Servant Woman named Bettey Slade 10 months to serve 3 pounds

p.375, Boys:

1 Boy called Constant abt 4 yrs age to serve to age 31 years 15 pounds

 

SR 4345

1749-1750

pp.21-

Inventory of Estate of Ebenezar Perkins Late of K(ent) County 1 May 1749

1 Servant Woman has 1 year and 3 months to serve 3 pounds

1 Negro Man Joe about 40 Years old 40 pounds...

1 Negro Boy Peter abt 14 years old to be free at 31 years-34 pounds

1 Do Jacob 9 years old to be free at 31 yrs old-30 pounds

1 Negro girl Hannah 12 years old to be free at 20 years old-26 pounds

1 Do Beller 2 years old-12 pounds

Thos Perkins, Daniel Perkins } Nearest of Kinn, Margaret Pearkins Administratrix with the Will of said Ebenezer Perkins annexed...people called Quakers.

 

p.166, Inventory of Mr Edward Pearson late of Prince George's County this 9th Day of September 1749:

To 1 Molatto Girl Sarah Donstan 12 pounds

 

p.217, Inventory of Collo Robert hanson late of Charles County Deceased 9 September 1749

One Negro Man Called Yellow James 55 pounds...

One Negro Woman Called Yellow Nan 45 pounds

One Do Called Black Nan 45 pounds...

One Mullatto Woman Named Martha Adkins wch has abt Nine Years to serve 18 pounds

 

1750,

Liber 42

pp.66-67, Inventory of John Tootle Late of Dorchester County...31 March 1749

Negro Bolton 45 pounds

Catherine Keys 15 pounds

a Mullatto Child called Justina 5 pounds

 

p.193, Inventory of Thomas Brooke of Charles County...

1 Negro Man Named Ben 20 years old 45 pounds

1 Mulatto Slave named James 40 pounds

 

SR 4346

1750

pp.176-185, Inventory of John Sayr Blake Queen Anne's County

Negroe Jemmy Dobson about 46 years old a Tanner 42 pounds

A woman Jenny Dobson 33 years old 36 pounds

Boy Phil Dobson 11 years 6 months 25 pounds

18 May 1750 by Sarah Blake

 

p.335, Inventory of Daniel Surgis late of Worcester County

1 Negro Man Cald Essex aged 25 years 42 pounds

1 Mullatto Boy calld Sepao aged 5 years to Serve till he is 31 years of age 7 pounds, 10 shillings

1 Mullatto Boy Southy aged 3 years to serve till 31 years of age 5 pounds

attested July 8, 1750

 

pp.346-8, William Legg late of Queen Anne County 2 May 1750

29 August 1750 Court

1 Mullatto Girl having 10 years to serve 8 pounds

 

pp. 501-2, 20 April 1749 appraisal of estate of Richard Young, Anne Arundel County

one Molatto girl about 12 or 13 years to serve Name Rachel 25 pounds

one Molatto Girl named Nan 23 pounds/ 10 shillings

 

1750-1751

pp.57-8

Thos Jones of Ann Arundel County, 29 June 1750

1 Mollato Named Jamina 14-1/2 years to serve 35 pounds

1 Molatto named Priss 18 years to serve 35 pounds

1 Molatto Boy named Will 11 years to serve 18 pounds

 

pp.62-6,

Inventory of Coll Henry Ridgely of Ann Arrundel County

7 May 1750, White Servants William Paddison, Saml Rattey, Richard Nelson (Molato) } 40 pounds

 

pp.369-373

Inventory of Mr Francis Lee of Cecil County

19 January 1749/50

1 Molatto Boy Named Tom to serve till he is 31 years of Age 20 pounds

 

SR 4347

1751

pp.38-9, Inventory of Mr Walton Smith of Calvert County appraised 2 January 1748/9

1 Mullatto Man named Rogr 3-1/2 years to serve 20 pounds

 

pp.76-9, William Mills of St. Mary's County

1 Negro Man Called Will 2 years to Serve 10 pounds

1 Negro Man Called James to Serve till the 4th March 10 pounds

March ye 6th 1750

 

SR 4347-2

pp.103-5, Mr. John Magruder of Prince George's County appraised the __ Day of October 1750

1 Mollatto fellow named Page aged 29, 2 years to serve 10 pounds (Note: This is Page Parsons)

 

SR 4347-3

1751, Liber 47

 

pp.196-7, John Hurt of Kent County, 3 June 1751

Hannah Hunt executrix, proved 24 August 1751, Only creditor I heard of is a free Negroe to whom the Decd owes about forty Shillings currency.

 

 

Inventories Book 48, 1751, SR 4348-1 

pp .98-100

Inventory of Peter Backetts 10 May 1751, Worcester County (This is Peter Beckett)

To 210 lbs Bacon 3/18/0

old iron 1/0/1

2 plows

2 wedges

clevis, flesh fork, gunn, tongs, 2 axes, 2 plows, 3 harrow teeth, candlestick, pair of stillards, carpenters tools, old gun, 2 skelletts, frying pan,

161 lb of pot iron 2/3/1

parcel of shoemakers tools, looking glass, table,

chest, bed & furniture 5/2/6

bed with furniture 9/0/0

15 hoggs, 20 pigs, 32 feet of plank, 3 razors, pepper box,

current money 6/3/4-1/2

Fishing Tackling 0/16/0

loom & gears, saddle & bridle

2 linen wheels

2 sifters, parcel of lumber, 2 bushels of salt, 5 old chairs, 16 lb of flax, 2 lb of wool, 1 handmill, 1 old canoe 1/2 bushell of beans,

1 horse, 2 mares, 1 old horse, calves 13/0/0

1 barrow cow, 2 four years old stears

4 two year old, 1 year old

2 three year old heifers

8 ewes, 16 lambs, 4 sheep

171 lb of Tobacco

1 old gun, 1 year old horse

6-1/2 bushells of corn

Total: 129/2/1

The nearest of Kin: Brieget Doves, John Nienburgh

November 16th 1751 came Arcada Okey and made oath...is a just and perfect inventory of all the singular the goods chattels rights & credits which were of Peter Becketts late of Worcester County Deceased as far forth as came to her hands

 

pp. 190, image 114 of 557

Inventory of Osborn Sprigg of Prince George= s County Anno Dom 1750:

p.196, 1 Mullattoe Boy Charles 12 years old to serve too 31 years 26/5/0

1 Do Girl 10 years to serve too 31 years 22/1/0

appraised 18 February 1752.

 

p. 210-, image 125 of 557

Inventory of Mr. Isaac Smoot late of Charles County

1751, Oct. 14th:

One Mulatto Girl Eight years old to serve to the age of Thirty One named Eleanor Cannon 9 pounds

One Mulatto Boy Robert Cannon 3 years old to serve to the age of Thirty one 7 pounds

p.226, Inventory of Doctor John Haswell late of Prince George= s County deceased 31 May 1750

p.230, To 1 Mulatto Woman Cate abt 31 years supposed to have 21 years to serve 42 pounds

To 1 Mulatto Boy Dick about 16 years old to serve until 31 years old 31/10/0

To 1 Mulatto Girl nan abt 14 years old to serve to 31 33/5/0

To 1 Bastard girl Mary abt 9 years old to serve to 16 7 pounds

pp.325-6, image 186, Inventory of Thomas Willett late of Frederick County

To Negro Natt 8 pounds, To Mulatto Lettice Free born 16 pounds

To Mulatto Dido Free Born 10 pounds to Feather bed and cover 5 pounds

18 September 1751

 

pp. 414-8 images 231-3

Inventory of Joseph Evens of Queen Anne= s County 9th July 1751

to paper Currency due from

Shiry Greenwith 0/1/3              (Sherry Grinnage)

Walter Greenwith 0/2/0              (Walter Grinnage)

....William Wilson 0/4/0

 

p.539, Inventory of Mr. Samuel Chew late of Ann Arundell County this 12th February 1749

p.540, Negroes at Home:

1 Molatto Fellow Sam Eleven years to serve 33 pounds

 

Inventories, Book 49, 1752, SR 4348-2

pp. 9-10, images 313-4

Thomas Hampton late of Queen Anne= s County 3 April 1752

To account against Walter Greenwich 800 pounds tobacco - 5/10/0

To ditto against Sherry Greenwich 230 pounds toba 1/8/9

To ditto against James Greenwich 500 pounds tobacco 3/2/6

To ditto against Benja Grinnedge 300 pounds 1/17/6

 

Inventories Book 50, 1752, SR 4348-3

p.p. 35-6, images 390-1

Baltimore County Inventory of Moses Butter 22 April 1752

A Molatto Girl named Sal 6 years old to serve till 31 years 10 pounds

Inventories Book, 51, 1752, SR 4348-4

nothing

Inventories Book 52, 1752-3, SR 4349-1

pp.124-127, images 73-77 of 525, Kent County, 29 January 1753

Lit of Desperate Debts due estate of Mr. John Connor

Negroe Cork 0/3/0

 

p.129, image 79, Inventory of Vachel Denton of Ann Arundell County

p.134, image 82, To 1 Malatto man name Isack Mendam Subject to Sxityleck fitts having being 6 years to serve the 16 of March next 16 pounds

December 11, 1752

 

p.161, November 23, 1752, Inventory of John Livingston of Somerset County

p.164, Desperate Debts

Negro Tom at Mr. Lawson 0/4/0

Nanny (an Indian) 0//17/0

 

p.172-80, Inventory of Major Thos. Sheredine late of Baltimore County

p.174, image 102, 1 Molatto Nan 3-1/2 yr to serve 12/10/0

1 Do Joan 10 yr to serve 22/10/0

1 Do James 13 yr to serve 30 pounds

1 Do Jonas 16 yr to serve 30 pounds

1 Do Sampson 8 yr to serve 22/10/0

5 April 1753

Inventories Book 53, 1753, SR 4349-2

pp. 21-2. Image 125, Frederick County William Cumming Esqr.

Negroe Boy Peter an apprentice and now to serve hiss master three years 40 pounds

10 March 1753

 

p.161-2, Inventory of Mr. John Woolford late of Somerset County, this 17 January 1750/1, Desperate Debts:

Negro Harry Free 0/10/0

 

Inventories Book 54, 1753, SR 4349-3

pp. 297-300, image 363-4, Inventory of Edward Nedels Late of Talbot County 27 July 1752

Melators:

Grace Eaged (aged) 25 years 6 years to serve 12 pounds

Isaac Eaged 21 Do 10 Do to Serve 25 pounds

Rachel Eaged 18 Do 13 Do to serve 20 pounds

Sampson Eaged 14 Do 17 Do to serve 25 pounds

Wm Tiz and Do 8 Do 13 Do to serve 13 pounds

Jon. Maddin Do 4 Do 17 Do to serve 10 pounds

Ben: Maddin Do 2 Do 19 Do to serve 8 pounds

 

Inventories Book 55, 1753, SR 4349-4

p.64, image 430 of 525

Inventory of Lewis Williams 3 August 1753

To one Mallato Boys Time named Nathaniel @ 20 pounds

Kent County

 

pp. 99-, image 448

A List of Desparate Debts due to Robert Allen of Worcester County Merchant Deceased in Virginia not yet recovered by Alexr Buncle Admr.

From Sarah Blake 0/1/2

p. 100, from Wm. Major (Indian) 0/2/6

(no date)

 

p.115-118

List of Debts Due to the Estate of Abraham Outen Deceased

p.118, Desperate Debts:

Tabitha Bakets 0/1/5

Saml Okey 1/8/3

August 18, 1753

Inventories Book 56, 1753, SR 4350-1

nothing

Inventories Book 57, 1753-1754, SR 4350-2

pp.128-9, image 137, Inventory of Jesse Wharton of St. Marys County 12 November 1753

One Mullattoe man 4 yrs to serve 10 pounds

One do Boy 10 yrs to serve 10 pounds

 

pp.360-1, Additional inventory of Meredith Davis late of Prince George= s County

July 9th 1754

Desparate Debts:

Melato Bess 1/8/6

Inventories Book 58, 1754, SR 4350-3

pp. 7-9, image 309,

Inventory of Mr. Meredith Davis Prince George's County

To 1 Molatto woman pegg, 18 months to serve 9 pounds (This is Margaret Brown and her son)

To Ditto Boy 11 year to serve 20 pounds

recorded 23 February 1754

 

p.140, image 378

Inventory of Thos. Edelens

To a Mulatto Woman Nan 3 years to serve 5 pounds (This is Ann Mortis)

Prince George= s County, 25 January 1754

 

pp. 234-7, image 428, Inventory of James Duke late of Calvert County 19th April 1754

Negroes:

Roger a Mulatto about 10 years to serve 25 pounds

 

p.245, image 432, Inventory of Mary Edelen

To 1 Molatto Boy free at 21 years 10 pounds

To 1 Do Bob free @ 31 years 18 pounds

Prince George's County returned 11 November 1754

 

Inventories Book 59, 1755, SR 4350-4

A List of Debts taken from the books of John Clark

pp. 207-8, 213, Tom Cole free Negro Desperate 0/1/3

p.216, Jobe a free Negro Desperate 0/2/0

St. Mary= s County, appraised 28 April 1755

 

Inventories Book 60, 1754-1755, SR 4351-1

p.89, image 56 of 628

A Second Inventory of Peter Beckett late of Worcester County decd 23 January 1754

To Debts Sperate:

To William Cornish 2/5/0

To Dunkin Murray 4/15/0

James Reak 0/11/0

Whittenton Bowing 0/4/0

James Roch 1/6/0

John Jenkins 2/7/0

Elizabeth Smock 1/0/0

Saml Smock 0/5/0

Rebeckah Smith 3/0/10

Joshua Morse 0/5/8

William Johnson 10/16/0

Eleanor Edwards 0/6/0

Simon Collock 1/0/0

Thomas Tull 1/16/8

Samuel Dollenston 1/4/10

Total 37/2/4

Debts Desperate:

Nathaniel Morres 0/12/0

Nathaniel Willis 0/6/0

Jacob Hammon 0/2/6

Total: 1/0/6

December 7th 1754 came Joseph Okey and Orcada his wife admr. of Peter Becket

 

pp.114-8, Inventory of Wm Brooke of Talbot County 7 May 1754

Negroes:

James Bantom a Molatto servant man 25 pounds

 

pp. 156-162, image 93-,

Inventory of Mr. Richard Keene late of Prince Georges County 30th September & 1st October 1754

Mulatto Jane abt 9 to serve to 21 9 pounds

 

pp. 203-4, Inventory of Courts Keech late of Charles County

To 1 Molatto Woman named Mary @ 5 pounds

To 1 Mulatto Girl named Patt @ 12 pounds

recorded 4 April 1755

 

p.335, Inventory of Girver Gilbert Late of Baltimore County, 10th Sept. 1755

Negros:

1 Molatto Girl named Sarah 15 years to serve 28 pounds

 

Inventory of Mr. Baruch Williams Prince George= s County 8 April 1755

pp. 345-6, images 189-190

1 Mollato Girl Rachel 15 pounds (Not stated that she is free, but this is the free daughter of Ann Mortis)

 

Inventories Book 60, pp. 377-744, SR 4351-2

pp.714-6, A List of Sperate and Desperate Debts due to the Estate of John Mills late of Kent County October 19th 1754

Sperate Debts:

Charles Grindage 1/10/0

Charles Grindage p. bond 9/9/0

Inventories Book 61, 1755-1756, SR 4351-3

pp. 1-10, A list of Debts due at Mr. Conners Death Vizt:

Desperate Debts

p.10, Negro Cork 0/3/0

 

pp. 15-18, Mr. James Sudler Late of Kent Island in Queen Anns County 29th April 1754

To 1 Servant man Micaell Little John haveing 3 yrs and 8 Months to serve 10 pounds

 

pp. 254-5

Samuel White late of Queen Anns County 31 March 1756

To Servant man Richard Cornish 7 months to serve 3/10/0

 

p.462-3, A List of Desperate Debts taken of Peter Murrays Books late Deceased of Dorchester County, inventory recorded 13th June 1756

Negro Juliss 0/3/6

 

Inventories Book 62, 1756-1757, SR 4352-1

pp. 27-28, Inventory of Capt Robert Dade late of Charles County

To 1 Mulatto Girl 6 years old named Sarah Scarlet to Serve till 31 Years of Age 7/10/0

To 1 Mulatto Boy 3 yrs old named Lawrence Scarlet to serve to 31 - 5 pounds

To 1 White woman Servant two years to serve named Susan 3 pounds

Given under our hand this 27th July 1756

 

Inventories Book 63, 1757, SR 4352-2

pp. 65-66, Inventory of Mr. Edward Goodrick 17th March 1757, Charles County

1 boy named James 13 to serve till he is 21 - 10 pounds

[James Bedoe]

 

p. 356-362, Inventory of Kathren Wildman 25th September 1755, Worcester County

A list of Desparat Debts due to the estate of Catharine Wildman:

George Blake 4/5/9

John Niambrough 0/1/0

 

p.404, An Inventory of Charles Musgrove late of Saint Mary= s County May 4th 1757

One Negro Woman Phillis and child 18 years and child 4 months 33 pounds

1 Do Girl Jane 12 years of age 32 pounds

1 Mollatto Girl Elizabeth for 5 months 0/1/0

 

p.444, Inventory of Elizabeth Needles late of Talbot County 27 June 1756, image 342/448

1 Mollatto Girl named Rose Madden aged 15 years has sixteen years to serve 20 pounds

1 Mollatto Boy named Will 12 years old, 9 years to serve - 15 pounds

1 Ditto named Jack Madden 8 years old, 13 years to serve - 15 pounds

1 Do Martin maddin 4 years old 27 years to serve - 18 pounds

 

pp. 465-9, Inventory of Edward Trippe Late of Dorchester County

20 August 1756

To 1 Negro man named Will about 40 years of age 40 pounds

To 1 ditto wench Moreah about 30 ditto 20 pounds

To 1 ditto Girl hannah about 6 ditto 20 pounds

To 1 ditto Girl Phillis 4 Do 15 pounds

To 1 Mollatto wench 20 Do 20 pounds

To 1 ditto Girl Jealica 15 Do 17/10/0

To 1 ditto Boy Robin 12 Do 20 pounds

To 1 ditto girl Sarah 10 Do 10 pounds

To 1 Do girl Rachel 8 Do 10 pounds

To 1 Do Boy Harry 6 Do 10 pounds

To 1 Do boy Charles 3 Do 6/10/0

Note that they are called his "mulatto servants" in his 3 February 1755 Dorchester County will [Prerogative Court (Wills), Liber 30, folio 188.

 

pp. 504-7, images 372-, Queen Anns County 4th August 1757, inventory of Charles Cockey

List of Debts in Sundry Persons hands:

Benjamin Greenwich 0/2/0

 

p.562-74, Inventory of Day Scott, 8 September 1757, Somerset County (Note: These are the children of Sue Magee alias Game)

1 Mullatto Ned to serve 11 months- 6 pounds

1 Do Belinda to serve 14 years - 20 pounds

1 Do David to serve 16-1/2 years 22 pounds

 

pp. 609-12, images 427-9, Inventory of Mr. Robert Freeland Late of Calvert County 6th March 1757

Negroes:

Gomer 50 pounds

Prince 50 pounds

Boatswain 25 pounds

Little Rachel 45 pounds

Mollatoes:

1 Mollatto Tom 22 yrs old 27 pounds

1 Mollatto Nan 18 yrs old 25 pounds

1 Ditto Jack 13 yrs old 20 pounds

1 Ditto Hagar 8 yrs old 14 pounds

1 Ditto Jimmey 6 years old 12 pounds

 

Inventories Book 64, 1757-1758, SR4353-1

Inventor

pp. 439-41, Inventory of William Hardy of Prince Georges County 26 June 1758

To 1 Malllato Girl Jeane to serve to the age of 31 - 15 pounds (This is Jane Dawson)

 

pp. 455-7, Captain David Alexander October 13th 1758, Talbot County

Mary Mullatto 4/10/0

 

Inventories Book 65, 1757-1758, SR 4353-2

p.152-3, Inventory of Thomas Phillips appraised 23 November 1757, St. Mary= s County

Mary Curtis negro 5/0/0 pounds

 

pp.160-165, Inventory of Adam Vanbebber late of Cecil County Gent. 2 September 1756,

One Molatto Girl named Sal to serve only till she is 31 years of age 6 years Do 15 pounds

One servant white girl to serve one and a half years and her freedom dues to be paid - 4 pounds

 

p.187, Inventory of Doctor Hugh Mathews Senr. Late of Cecil County

One Mollatto Girl about 15 yrs to serve 20 pounds

 

pp.512-515, Inventory of Richard Jones of Ann Arundell County

Negroes:

Molatto Will 4 years to serve 10 pounds

Jennina 6 yrs to serve 16 pounds

Luke a Molatto not yet carried to court B

June 14th 1758

 

p.520, Inventory of Daniel Richardson late of Ann Arundell County 16th November 1756

p.525, Negroes:

Mark about 2-1/2 years to serve 7/10/0

Inventories Book 66, 1758-1759, SR 4353-3

pp.42-48, Inventory of Samuel Miller Late of Kent County this 7th day of August 1758

1 Mullatto Woman Named Abigail abt 13 years and 7 Months to serve - 25 pounds

 

pp.140-143, image 497 of 611,

Inventory of Mrs. Eleanor Buchanan late of Baltimore County the 19 October 1758

1 Molato Girl to serve till 31 Tabitha 12 pounds/ 10 shillings

 

p. 162, A List of Desperate Debts due to Estate of Henry Rochester late of Queen Anns County:

To Cash in the hands of Absolom Gibbs 0/5/0

16 January 1758

 

pp. 194-5, images 524-5, Inventory of Samuel Selby January 18th 1759

1 Molatto named James 30 pounds

1 Molatto Boy named Joe 20 pounds

Amelia Selby administratrix of Frederick County

 

pp. 260-261, images 557-8, Worcester County inventory of John Sheldin appraised this 28th December 1758,

1 Mulatto Boy Frank 21 years service to come 21 pounds

To a free Negro Woman Hannah 5- 7 months service to come 10 pounds

To a free Negro girl Sal 3 years service to come 10 pounds

To Tom Newton service to come 12 yrs p. indenture 8 pounds

 

Inventories Book 67, 1759, SR 4354-1

p.332, Peregrine Bond of St. Mary= s County, Gentl. 8th March 1759

1 Free Negro Girl 6 years to serve 14 pounds

 

p.427-, image 224-5

Additional inventory of Amaziah Curren 10th July 1759, Worcester County

A List of Desperate Debts:

Negro Able 1/13/4-1/2

 

Inventories Book 68, 1759, SR 4354-2

pp. 59-68, images 328-333, Inventory of Colo. John Eccleston late of Dorchester County

Negro= s Vizt:

1 Negro man Jack Cornish 77 years old 0/10/0

p.70, An Additional Inventory this 14th June 1759

 

p.90, image 345, Inventory of Mr. William Wallace Senr. Of Frederick County

Katharine Thomas a Mulatto who has about 16 months to serve 6 pounds

Gabriel do a Mulatto abt 9 yrs old free at 21 yrs 20 pounds

9th August 1759

 

p.221, additional appraisement of a Mullatto Girl belonging to the estate of Abrm. Janett, Baltimore County:

Molatto Girl named Hannah Riley 25 pounds

 

Inventories Book 69, 1759-1760, SR 4354-3

pp. 1-3, Ann Arundell County, Inventory of John Raitt

George Nulla an East Indian 20 yrs - 30 pounds

 

p.279, Additional inventory of Thomas Dawsons thirteenth June 1759

1 Debt due from Thomas Hopkins Mollatto 0/6/0

4 June 1760, Talbot County

 

Inventories Book 70, 1760, SR 4355-1

pp. 178-9, images 94-5, A list of Desperate Debts belonging to the estate of Samuell Wallis deceased:

Samp (Saml?) Pope (Mullatto) 1/17/6

 

p.356, image 181, Inventory of Mr. Thomas Jennings of Anne Arundell County

1 Mullatto Man Robin 30 pounds

19th April 1760

 

Inventories Book 71, 1760-1761, SR 4355-2

p.150, List of Debts of Richd Forris (St. Mary= s County)

p.152, Benjamin Mason Free Nigoroe 0/4/0

 

p.162, Inventory of Richard Forest Late of St. Mary= s County, November 17th 1760

To 1 Mulatto Girl Named Jane 2 yrs to serve 5 pounds

 

Inventories Book 72, 1761, SR 4355-3

pp. 34-44, Inventory of Mr. James Wardrope

Negroes at the Quarter:

Jack very old & Lucy free 1 pound

Pr. George= s County 4th December 1760

 

pp. 137-42, image 356-8

Feby 3d 1761, List of desperate Debts of Mr. Elexander Buncle's Book of his Exrs, Worcester County

p.139, Simon Collock 0/6/4

Thomas Johnson Melato 0/5/3

Indian Sarah Rokohon 0/46

p.141, George Gurley 0/6/0

Will Torcosha, Indian 0/1/5

Indian Joe Gray 0/11/0

p.142, Indian Peter Tewassit 0/5/0

Indian Simon Tewasit 0/3/4

 

Inventories Book 73, 1761, SR 4355-4

pp. 52-4, images 402-3

Inventory of Mr. Turner Wooten late if Prince Georges County

Mary Churl a Mulatto abt 6 yrs & 4 months to serve 18 pounds

Dick Mulatto Child about 1, 30 yrs to serve 7 pounds

1 Mulatto man Named Peter 5 yrs to serve 20 pounds

Bess a Mulatto 5 yrs to serve 9 pounds

Chas. Mulatto 21 yrs to serve 26 pounds

given under our hands and seals this 25th Febry 1761

 

pp. 80-, images 417-, Inventory of Capt. Joseph Sudler Late of Kent Island, Q A County this 10th August 1756

p.90, To a Debt from Benjamin Grenage 0/13/6

p.91, To 300 lb Tobacco from Do a 12/6 - 1/17/6

To Do from Sherry Grenage 1/9/2-1/2

To Do from Wolter Grenage 0/18/9

To Do from James Grenage Junr. 0/3/7-1/2

To Do from Benja. Grenage Junr. 0/1/9

p.92, Desperate Debts in hands of Negro Coger 0/10/6

 

p.243, A list of Desperate Debts Due to Thomas Kendall, Queen Anne's County

Judy Flamer 4/19/6

 

Inventories Book 74, 1761, SR 4356-1

p.8-10, List of Debts due the estate of Christopher Vansant of Kent County

Desperate Debts:

Ishamell Fork Negro 0/0/4

 

pp.54-5, image 32, List of Desperate Debts due Mr. John Raitt Merchant, May 1761, Anne Arundell County

John Brown Melatto 1/15/4

 

p. 185, image 99, Sarah Kemp of Somerset County this 20th April 1761

p.186, To 12 years and 10 months of a Melatto girl called Jiminah Read as p. Indenter appears 13/10/0

 

pp.201-212, Inventory of Daniel Powell of Talbot County 15th August 1759

To a Mulatto servant Man named Jas Bantom 22/10/0/

 

pp.303-305, Desperate Debts of Estate of Howls Goldsbrough most of which have been returned from time to time in the Life time of the sd Deceased by the several sheriffs of Dorchester County as Insolvent Clerks fees [no date]

Esau Cornish (NWF.) 5 pds Tobacco, James Croney 110 } 115 pds Tobacco

 

Inventories Book 75, 1761, SR 4356-2

pp. 268-270, images 313-4, Inventory of Lawrence Owen of Frederick County 11th July 1761

1 Mulattoe free at 31 years nam'd Joseph 25 pounds

Inventories Book 76, 1761, SR 4356-3

pp. 20-2, images 386-7, List of Sperate Debts to ye Estate of Mr. Cornelius Comegys

Wm Trusty 11/7/0

p.24, James Corporal (Negro) 0/11/0

Sambo (Free Negro) 1/5/7

p.26, Desperate Debts

Hannah Gibb 0/19/10

 

pp. 164-7, images 462-4

Inventory of John Bourks Late of Somerset County 10th October 1761

Desperate Debts:

Ann Waist Coat (Indian) 0/16/3

p.168, Joe a Negro 0/14/3

 

pp. 169-183, images 465-73

Inventory of Colonel Joseph Ennalls 19th March 1760 (Dorchester County)

p. 183, 1 Mulato Woman named Agness 3 yrs to serve - 8 pounds

To do named Sevinah 12 yrs to serve 20 pounds

To 1 Do Boy named Levin 17 do 20 pounds

To 1 Do Girl Do Sillah 18 do 18 pounds

To 1 Do Do Sophiah 19 Do 17 pounds

To 1 Do Do Rose 7 Do 14 pounds

To 1 Do Boy Do Roger 13 do 18 pounds

To 1 Do Girl Do Barbara 18 do 18 pounds

by Mary Murray daughter of Colo. Joseph Ennalls and wife of David Murray

& Eleanor Ennalls daughter

List of Debts by William Ennalls:

p.190, Wm Cornish dead no estate 4/4/4

p.192, Betty Cornish 0/9/7-1/2

p.194, Robert Gain Mulato L. Jones Servt. Bound 0/6/8

p.199, Peter Monk (Indian) 2 /0

Moses Monk (Indian) 0/14/3

John Nummus (Indian) 0/9/7

p.200, Abraham Puckham 9/2/9

 

pp. 211-14, Inventory of Mr. Samuel Miller late of Kent County

To 1 Old Negro Woman named Phillis aged 72 yrs 1 pound

To 1 Do Mulatto Do Abigail Do 20 do & to serve 11 yrs 22 pounds

recorded 28th April 1761

 

p.230, List of Desperate Debts due to Mr. John Sayor Blake late of Queen Ann= s County

James Haycock 82 pounds tobacco 1/1/6

Septr 8th 1761

 

p.260, List of Debts due Edward Cole Junr. Decd., Charles County, 29th June 1761

p.268, Desperate Debts: Mathews, John (Negroe) 1/17/-1/2

 

pp.280-2, images 521-2, Inventory of Jacob Andrew Minitree late of Charles County

Mulatto Alse free at 31 years of age, aged 10 years - 30 pounds (Note: This is Alice Harris)

Mulatto Joan aged 8 years - 25 pounds

recorded 13th August 1761

 

p.333, Inventory of Margery Gibb late of Dorchester County this 30th December 1760 (Note: Not listed in court records)

To a Mulatto Wench Named Jemima Cox 12 yrs and 9 months to serve 30 pounds

 

pp.360-2, Baltimore County inventory of Wm Kimble , 2 September 1761

Cash Due from Jacob Combest 0/15/0

 

Inventories Book 77, 1762, SR 4357-1

pp.7-8, recorded 16th February 1762, List of Desperate Debts due to Wm Pitts, late of Dorchester County decd.

Peter Monk Indon 0/1/0

Abram Bishop do 0/1/6

Thos. Bishop do 0/1/6

Wm Corhonk do 0/1/8

 

pp. 36-44, Inventory of Day Scott of Somerset County 8th September 1757

p.42-4, Desperate Debts due estate

Rose Game 9/11//6

Bess Fortune 0/9/0

Isaac Game 0/1/0

Negro Palina 3/6/9

recorded 7th March 1762

 

p.99, Inventory of John Loockerman late of Talbot County 6th April 1761

1 Mulatto Man Dick two yrs to serve 15 pounds

 

p.113, List of Debts which ye following Books & papers appear to be due to Levin Gale Esqr. Late of Somerset County decd all Desperate

p. 121, 1743

Coffe 0/1/3

Indian Charles 2/3/7-1/2

p.123, Indian at Edward Shermans 0/2/3

p.158, List of Debts by ye following Books and papers appear to be due to Mathias Gale late of Somerset County decd

Book A 1731,

Indian Chas. Coursey 0/13/11

p.159, Indian John 2/4/7

p.161, Jamey 0/1/10

Will 0/7/10-1/2

Jehue 0/4/0

Pleasant 0/4/0

Nancy 0/6/6

Lawrance 0/6/0

Robin 0/5/7-1/2

Sarah 0/10/0

Joe 0/4/4

Nelly Lee 0/8/3

Jemmy 0/4/11

Stephen 0/1/0

Phillis 0/3/6

Jacob 1/1/2

Scipio /0/2/0

Pullah 0/5/0

Job 0/2/10

Dominick 0/0/6

Sambo 0/1/7

Harry 0/1/0

Negro Stan 0/1/3

Dublin 0/16/3

Dick 0/4/3

Indian Jeremiah 0/16/0

Cate 0/6/10

Joyner 1/17/7

Herculaus 0/1/0

Rose 0/1/10

Chas. Coursey Indian 0/0/3

p.162, Noccetum 0/0/3

Pugutt 0/6/3

p.162, 1737, Book B

p.163, Caesar 0/6/0

p.166, 1739 Caesar 0/1/3

p.167, 1742, Mary 0/3/6

p.168, Rose 0/2/7

Caesar 0/56/6

1743, Book B, G, E

Jack 0/1/0

Patience 0/0/?

Dominick 0/9/6

Dick 0/1/6

Vilet 0/7/6

Palina 0/1/3

Candace 0/2/11

Hope 0/1/17

Sambo 0/1/7-1/2

Messenger 0/0/7

p.172, Negro Rose 0/0/3

 

pp.250-253, Inventory of Philip Martin appraised 5th October 1758, Talbot County

1 Mulatto Girl Rachel 9 years old to serve to 21 years - 9 pounds

 

pp.337-8, List of Debts due Lawrance Owen (no date), Frederick County

Robert Pearl 0/3/6

p.340, Basil Pearl 1/1/6

John Burgess Mulato 0/8/0

p.341, James Pearl 0/5/0

p.346, Edward Burgess Molatto 3/7/6

 

Inventories Book 78, 1762, SR 4357-2

pp.2-3, image 198, Inventory of Mr. Nathaniel Chapman late of Charles County, Gent. Appraised this 4 March 1761

1 Negro man Tom Wood 60 yrs - 25 pounds

1 Molatto Woman named Nell 3 years to serve at 7/10/0

1 Do Boy Jack 19 Do Do 22 pounds

1 Do Jesse 24 Do Do 16 pounds

1 Do Girl Betty 28 Do Do 12 pounds

 

pp. 98-9, List of Debts due the estate of Charles Christie June 29th 1762, Baltimore County

Robert Baniker 26 pounds tobacco

p.103, Robert Baniker 480 pounds Tobacco

p.109, Jacob Combess 0/1/3

 

p. 169, Sperate and Disperate Debts belonging to the estate of George Wilson of Kent county

Desperate:

Free Ned a Negro Man 4/6/0

recorded 24th June 1762

 

Inventories Book 79, 1762, SR 4357-3

p.451, Inventory of Solmon Horney late of Talbot County appraised this 10th November 1762

p.453, 1 Servant woman called Mary Peck 50 years old about 4 years to serve -2/10/0

To a Mulatto Boy called Patrick Peck about 5 years old about 26 years to serve 10 pounds

 

Inventories Book 80, 1763, SR 4358-1

pp.16-17, List of Sperate Debts due the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Smithers January 27th 1763

Negro Joe a Free Negro 4/10/0, Kent County

 

pp. 58-59, Inventory of Phillip Jones of Baltimore County 16th October 1762

1 Mulatto Boy about 8 months to serve Sam(?) 4 pounds

1 Do Do about 5 years to serve Ellick 20 pounds

 

p. 144, June 15th 1762, Inventory of Henry Wimsatt, St. Mary= s County

1 Mollatto Man James 5 years to serve 20 pounds

 

pp. 177, Inventory of William Rasin late of Kent county appraised 18th May 1762

p.184, To Thomas Canon 3 years of age a Servt. Til 31 years of age - 10 pounds

 

p.376, image 195, Charles County: Sarah Maddox deceased:

1 Mullatto Girl named Caty to be free at age of 16 years - 9 yrs old - 7 pounds

30th October 1761

 

p.394, Inventory of John Young of Baltimore County

One Mulatto Boy named Charles about 10 years old free at 31 years - 30 pounds

22 January 1763

 

pp. 416-7, Inventory of Mr. Nicholas Massey Senr. of Kent County

31 March 1763

To one year & five months service of a Mulatto Man called Phil under an indenture - 10 pounds

 

Inventories Book 81, 1763, SR 4358-2

pp.37-, images 311-, List of Debts of Doctor James Walker

Florah, Basil, Caleb, Henry, John, Nicholas Dorsey, etc.

Basil Dorsey Negro 0/1/0 (Desperate)

12 July 1763 recorded

 

p.81, Inventory of Jeffery Long Late of Somerset County August 30th 1762

one Negroe Man named Mollock 50 pounds

 

p.86, List of Sperate Debts due Nathall. Moore and received

p.88, Ben Grinnage 1/12/8

List of Desperate Debts due Nathaniel Moore late of Queen Anns County

 

pp. 212-3, 1 Negroe Girl Beck about three years old servant till thirty one years of age 12 pounds

Inventory of Isaac Taylor late of Calvt. County appraised 10th May 1763

 

pp. 260-1, Inventory of Mr. Edward Neal late of Queen Anns County this 8 February 1761

Negroes:

John Symeter abt. 72 yrs old past Labour & Levy free 0/5/0

Indian Will abt 32 yrs old 60 pounds

 

Inventories Book 82, 1763-1764, SR 4358-3

pp. 46-7, image 515, Inventory of Thomas Stockett Late of Ann Arundel County this 10 January 1763

Mullatto Servants Bound 31 yrs:

Ann Parker about 22 months to serve - 5 pounds

Sue Do 5-1/2 ------ 7/10/0

Tobit Between ten & Eleven yrs old 12 pounds

Pegg between Eight & nine yrs old 8 pounds

Bacon between five & six yrs old 8 pounds

Isaac between three & four yrs old 6 pounds

William twenty months old 3 pounds

Charity about thirteen months old 2/10/0

 

pp. 78-80, Debts due to the estate of Caleb Dorsey & Edward Dorsey Esqr. from their joint store at Elk Ridge Landing 10 November 1763

Desperate Debts:

Negro Dick 0/17/6

Negro Hazard 0/7/10

Negro Mingo 0/9/6

Negro Tom 1/12/6

 

pp. 166-7, Inventory of David Melvill Late of Dorchester County this 17 June 1763

To 1 free Mulatto under Covenant for 3 years and 2 months 12 pounds

 

p.182, Inventory of William Neale late of Charles County 29th April 1763

One Negroe Lad Tom Rustin 45 pounds

 

p.191, Inventory of Christopher Sutton late of Baltimore County

To a Mulatto Boy named David Bryan to be free at the age of 21 yrs, 6 yrs - 10 pounds

Septr. 18th 1763

 

p.147, Inventory of James Scrogan February 10th 1762

To Indented Negroe girl having 3 years to serve 6 pounds

St. Mary= s County

 

pp. 229-30, image 615, Inventory of Henry Woodward late of Ann Arundel County Gentleman

Negroes:

Rachel about twenty nine years old a Mulatto to serve till thirty one 6 pounds

James about Eleven years old to serve till 31 - 15 pounds

recorded 19th January 1764

 

Inventories Book 83, 1764, SR 4359-1

pp. 1-7, images 4-, Desperate Debts due William Rasin in his Book and papers, deceased

p.7, Thomas Williams (Mulatto) 240 pounds tobacco

recorded 24th February 1764, Kent

 

pp. 360-4, Inventory of Ebenezar Perkins late of Kent County this 30th March 1764

p.364, A Negro man called Jacob about 24 years old left free by his former master will when at the age of 31 years - 25 pounds

 

Inventories Book 84, 1764, SR 4359-2

p.11, List of Sperate Debts due the Estate of William Comegys Deceased

Joseph Trusty 6 pounds

13th June 1764, Kent

 

pp. 159-160, image 281, Inventory of John Harvey May 28th 1764, Prince George= s County

1 Negro Boy Dick Grey 16 pounds

1 Do Francis Guy 16 pounds

1 Do George Cooper

1 Negro Girl Rachel Gray 8 pounds

 

pp. 246-8, List of Sperate debts due the estate of Hugh Mitchell late of Charles County

Thomas Rustin 50 pounds tobacco

 

Inventories Book 85, 1764, SR 4359-3

pp. 80-,Inventory of John Martin late of Worcester County this 8 August 1760

Desperate Debts:

p.83, Simon Collick 0/12/1-3/4

 

Inventories Book 86, 1764-1765, SR 4359-4

pp. 25-27, Inventory of William Abbot late of Dorchester County

1763: Free Jenny Negroe Dt. Desperate 0/10/0

 

p.63, Inventory of Doct. James Armstrong of St. Mary= s County

To one Mulatto Boy named Harry to serve while thirty one - 15 pounds

recorded 3 December 1764

 

pp. 67-8, image 510, Desperate Debts of Meredith Davis late of Prince George= s County

Mulatto Bess 1/8/6

 

pp. 106-78, List of Debts Desperate which were due William Worsley late of Dorchester County

Mary Ann Standly 0/2/0

recorded 25 July 1764

 

p.127, Additional inventory of Ebenezer Perkins late of Kent County 18th January 1765:

A Negro Man called Peter abt. 29 yrs old left free by his former Master will when at the age of 31 years 9 pounds

 

pp. 199-200, Inventory of John Smith late of Worcester County

Debts due the Estate:

John Socan Negro Desperate 0/3/0

November 23rd 1764

 

p.255, Inventory of James Dawkins of Baltimore County 5th April 1765

1 Molatto Girl named Molly Myer 15 pounds

 

Inventories 1765-1766, SR 4360

liber 87-89

1765, Liber 87, SR 4360-1

 

pp. 30-1, image 25

St. Marys County March 27th 1764, Inventory of Mr. James Mills late of St. Marys County

1 Negro Man called Serabo aged 40 yrs 45

....

1 Do Jack Clerk Do 30 55 pounds

1 Do John Grimock Do 35 55 pounds

...

1 Negroe Woman Lucy do 62 15 pounds

1 Do Do Monaky one year to serve - 3 pounds

1 Negroe Boy called Will 7-1/2 years to serve - 20 pounds

1 Do Jack Wood 7 years to serve - 20 pounds

1 Do Do Jeremiah 8 years Do - 20 pounds

11th February 1765

 

p.59, image 40

Inventory of Richard Price late of Cecil County first November 1764

p. 60, 1 Negroe Woman named Sale 55, one bound Mulatto Boy named Punch about 8 yrs to serve

22 May 1765

 

SR 4360

1765, Liber 88

 

pp. 59-60, Inventory of Richard Price of Cecil County, 1 November 1764

1 Bound Mulatto Boy named Punch about 8 years old to serve 20 pounds

 

p.90, image 245, Inventory of John Haycock of Queen Anne's County 27 March 1765

wearing apparel 2/10/11

current money 0/17/1

1129 pounds Transfer Tobacco 7/1/1-1/2

total 20/9/4-1/2

Ruth x Lance sister of decd

James x Haycock brother of decd

 

pp.130-265, Debts of Edward Neale

p. 131 Amaraca Negro man 0/1/0

p.132, Adam Quander 1/10/8

 

pp.313-4, James Wood late of Prince George's County, 20 June 1765

1 Mulatto boy Hary Fello 6 yrs to serve 6 pounds

 

Liber 89

 

Inventory of Sephen Wanwright 19 November 1766

p.299, Desparate Debts: Richard Puckem 9/3 (Somerset County)

 

p.307, Inventory of Richard Marsham Waring late of Prince George County, 7 July 1766

1 Molatto Man Named Moses Veach 2 yrs & 9 months to serve - 14 pounds

1 Negro woman named Jane 62 Do 16 pounds

1 Do Do Named Lucy 2 yrs & 9 months to serve - 14 pounds

 

SR 4361

Liber 90-92

90, 1766

p.71, Charles County 17 July 1764, Benjamin Fendall, Esq.

Windsor Negroe Carpenter 3-1/2 years to serve

 

p.161, Desperate Debts of Angelo Atkinson of Worcester County 12 September 1766

William Collick 0/9/5

 

p.323, List of Desperate Debts due James Smythe

Simon Collick 1/9/6

p.325, Jonas Hogskin 5/9/1

p.326, George Blake free Negro 2/9/4

 

p.332, Desperate Debts due James & Samuel Smyly & their partnership 21 February 1765

William Cambridg 0/8/1-1/2

p.335, William Jones Indian 0/30

p.337, John Molab Indian 2/10/11

 

Liber 91, 1766-7

p.107, image 257, Inventory of Alexr McFarlane St. Mary's County, 18 November 1766,

1 Molatto Lad James 14 yrs to serve 15 pounds

 

pp.135-6, Inventory of Major Hitchens, 11 August 1766, Worcester County

1 cow & yearling

2 sows, 13 shoats, steer, old horse

total 52 pounds, 17 shillings

Nearest kin: Edward Hitchens, Peter Dolbee

 

p.332, 16 January 1767, Inventory of John Coodes, late of St. Mary's County

1 young Negro wench 5 years to serve - 12 pounds

 

p.144, Richard Wooderson, 17 April 1767, Kent County

To one Molato boy named Elack aged 14 yrs judged by the Court } 15 pounds

 

SR 4362,

Liber 93-95

1767-8

93

 

pp. 140-143, List of Desparate Debts due estate of Andrew Gibbs, Worcester County

To a debt due from Robert Game 1/14/2

p.144, Sarah Game 0/11/10

Jannet Hitchens 0/4/10

p.143, Cornelius Cllick 0/4/0

August 5, 1767

 

Liber 94

p.21, image 195 of 554, Inventory of Meverell Lock of Saint Mary's County

To 1 Negro Man named Yarmouth aged 41 years 47 pounds

To 1 Ditto Boy Harry 16 years old 5 years to serve 15 pounds

To 1 Ditto Boy Tom Do 9 Do 27 pounds

6 May 1767 recorded

 

pp. 133-4, Inventory o James Grinedge of Queen Anns County, 29 September 1767

2 mares, 2 cows, 1 sow & 5 shoats, 1 ewe & lamb, 1 small old bed with bolsters and 1 pillow, old Rugg and old Blankett, with low bedstead, some shoemaker's tools, woolen wheel, household items: 13 pounds, 17 shillings

29 October 1767, James x Grinage, Zachariah x Grinage kin

signed Sherry Grenage administrator

 

pp.211-2, image 297 of 554

Henry Costin Jnr late of Queen Anne's County, 4 December 1765

To 1 Mullatto Boy named Daniel Cornish 15 years to serve @ 22/10/0

 

p.241, image 311 of 554, List of Desparate Debts due the estate of James Dixon late of Frederick County Decd

Negro Jos Perde(?) 0/3/0

p.243, Carpenter Ned Negro 0/16/0

Basill Pearll 2/6/0

p.245, Negro Harry 1/1/11

image 313, Thomas Pearl 0/0/6

p.247 Robert Pearl 8/16/9-1/2

Daniel Pearl 2 pounds?

p.246, Negro Jamboy 0/15/1

22 July 1767

 

Liber 95

1767-8

p.341, 25 November 1768,

1 Negro named Mazingo 27 pounds

 

pp.323-4, image 542 of 554, Mary Sheldon of Worcester County

1 Mullatto Boy 10 years to serve 25 pounds

1 Negro wench called Nora 40 pounds

1 Mulatto Girl 18 years to serve 10 pounds

 

p.312, image 536 of 554

Inventory of John Houston Worcester County 19 May 1768

1 Mollatto woman named Bellinder McGhee to serve 5 weeks 0/10/0

1 Mulatto Girl named Sue to serve 27 years 15 pounds

 

p.254, image 506 of 554

Debts owed to Joseph Chapline of Frederick County

Richard Dean minor 0/1/3

proved 18 March 1768

 

image 467 of 554, August 19, 1767

Inventory of John Maddox, 27 October 1767, Charles County

One Negro man Sam Torbie free at Crims next 1 pound

To one Do Peter 9 years to serve 22 pounds

 

CR 4363

Liber 96-98

Inventories 1768-9

96

 

p.40, Doctor John Jackson of Queen Anne's County

9 February 1768

Negroes:

Nicholas/ Free at 31 years 17, 32 pounds

 

p.69, Frederick County, Goerge C?? Debts

Daniel Pearl 57 shillings

Basil Pearl 11 shillings, 6 pence

p.70, James Pearl 8 shillings/ 9 pence

 

p.234, 4 August 1766 Inventory of James Loutell of Cecil County

1 Mulatto Girl named Hannah 13 years to serve 24 pounds

 

p.313, William Hammonds list of debts 5 August 1768, Frederick County:

Daniel Pearl

 

p.317, List of Desperate Debts, Queen Anne's County 30 October 1768, Samuel Rue

Jacob Trusty 0/5/6

Ann Gibbs 0/1/3

Mary Wilson 0/17/6

 

pp.339-40, Inventory of Zachariah Lyles, Prince George's County, 20 April 1768 by Margery Lyles

15 slaves listed...

1 woman Nell to be free 10 pounds (probably Eleanor Graham)

1 Boy Aaron Do 12 pounds

1 Ditto Moses Do 10 pounds

1 Ditto Sandy Do 7 pounds

1 child Sarah Do 5 pounds

 

pp.336-7, Prince George's County, 23 June 1768

Then came Daniel Pearle administrator of the goods & chattles, rights and credits of James Colmore late of said county planter

11 slaves, writing desk, Jean and her child 56 pounds, 19-1/4 ells Bzenbrugs, 3-3/4 yards linen, parcel of old books,

total 540 pounds

Thomas + Pearl, James + Pearl } relations

 

Liber 97

1768

p.229, Jacob Combest of Baltimore County, 23 June 1767

feather bed and boulster, 2 pilows, 1 do & boulster, iron pots, skillets, frying pans, shoemakers tools, pewter, plow, hoes, old desk, bilbe, old books, spectacles, violin, 17-1/2 pounds wool, 10 lb thread, parcel of flax, 17 hogs, 11 sheep, 1 woman's sadle, 2 cows, yearling and heifer, old black horse: total 43 pounds, 5 shillings

nearest of kin: Israel Combest (signing) Jacob + Combest

 

Liber 98

pp.18-22, List of Desperate Debts due to the estate of Solomon Clayton of Queen Anne's County who died anno 1739, recorded in the probate office March 9, 1768

Jonathan Symeter 1/0/3

Jonathan Flamar 994 pounds tobacco

Catherine Simmeter 0/4/0

 

p.119, image 440 of 565

Inventory of Jesse Ford of St. Mary's County

To Negro Mary Wood & Joseph Wood each 10 pounds, Indented servants 20 pounds

 

p.314, James Hodson of Dorchester, 5 January 1769, 1 Molatta woman Jane Stanley for 10 years 16 pounds

1 Ditto Boy 5 yrs old til 31 yrs old 12 pounds

 

SR 4364

liber 99-100

99, 1768-9

 

pp.277-9, Desperate Debts, Nehemiah King of Somerset County, 28 February 1767:

Negro Rose 1/3/0

John Rogers Indian 0/4/6

 

Liber 100, 1769

p.129-137, Robert Chesley, Esqr of Saint Mary's County, 15 June 1768

1 Negro woman Grace aged 50 18 pounds

1 Girl Fillis 14 do 35 pounds

1 Do Bett 12 do to be free at 31 years 17 pounds

 

Liber 101,

p.13, Inventory of David Hellen son of John late of Calvert County, 26 October 1768

1 Mallatto wench Moll 30 yrs old free at 31 - 5 pounds

1 ditto girl Grace 10 ditto ditto 20 pounds

1 ditto ditto Sarah ditto 20 pounds

1 ditto ditto Chloe 3 ditto ditto 12 pounds

 

p.292-3, John Gray of Calvert County, 6 May 1769,

Negroes:

1 Negro fellow Ned 3 years to serv 12 pounds

 

p.322, Francis Thompson of St. Mary's County, 1 March 1769

Slaves:

Valentine aged 16 years/ free born 12 pounds

 

Prerogative Inventories

Originals at Maryland Archives

Liber 102 (1769)

MSA 534-103

p.101, 2 March 1765

Desperate Debts of Philip Key(?) of St. Mary's County:

Mattw Butler Mulatto 396 pounds tobacco

p.111, Jack Wood (Negro) 866 pounds tobacco

p.114, proved December 9, 1769

 

 

Liber 103 (1769-70)

MSA 534-104

 

p.230, Inventory of Mr. Edward Diggs of St. Mary's County, 10 March 1770

p.235, 1 Serving Man Sam Collins Molatto 3(?) years to serve 18 pounds

 

Liber 104 (1770)

MSA 534-105

p.56, Inventory of Thomas Robins, proved 22 December 1770

Debts, Sperate:

Harman Blake 6/1/3

 

pp.253-4, Henry King, Prince George's County, Debts:

Wm Gray (Mulato) 0/11/10

29 November 1770

 

Liber 105 (1770-1)

MSA 534-106

p.32, Inventory of John Stockley of Worcester County, 10 October 1769

William Thomas (Molatto) 12/10/0

 

p.144, Edward Smith of Dorchester County, 7 June 1770

1 Negro named Jacob 48, 15 pounds

1 Boy ditto named Salady to serve 7 years - 28 pounds

 

Liber 106 (1770-1)

MSA S534-7

p.180, 8 July 1768, Baltimore County, Desperate Debts of Mr. John Hall of Swan Town:

Jacob Combest 1/16/0

 

p.400, Inventory of Martin Karner/ Kershner, Frederick County, May 11, 1770

One Molato Girl Nancy free born 14 pounds

p.404, Martin Kershner debts:

James Martin Negro 2/18/8

 

Liber 107 (1771)

MSA S534-8

p.242, Inventory of Benjamin Keene, Dorchester County, 26 August 1771, sperate debts:

Tom Cole Free Negroe 2 pounds

 

p.403, Inventory of Mrs. Rebecca Young, Baltimore County, February 2, 1767

1 Mulatto Boy named Abraham 17 years to serve - 27 pounds

 

 

Liber 108

1771-2

MSA S534-9

 

p.12, Desperate Debts of James Heath (Baltimore County)

April 30, 1771

Edward Furmroner } 25/0/0 pounds

AShberry Cord }

Israel Combest }

 

Capt. James Heath } 10/7/10

Samuel Hill }

Jacob Combest }

 

John Combest 0/12/1

 

Liber 109 (1772)

MSA 534-110

p.410-11, Wm Langrell, 3 September 1772, Dorchester County

1 Mulatto girl named Sall Standley 20 pounds

1 Boy named Robt Standley 20 pounds

 

Liber 110 (1772-3)

MSA 534-111

pp.6-8, Dorchester County Inventory of Josiah Stamper, 17 June 1772, Desperate debts:

Standly Standly 1/13/6

 

p.281, 16 November 1772 Doctor John Smyth Desperate Debts:

1760 Wm Grinnage 0/3/6

no county named (previous was Kent County)

 

Liber 111 (1772-3)

MSA S534-112

p.100, Talbot County, 21 May 1772, Estate of Edward Needles

1 Molatto woman named Grace aged 45 years 20 pounds (Note: This is Grace Madden and her children)

1 Do named Rachel 17 years has 14 years to serve 20 pounds

p.101, 1 Do Ester 16 years old 15 years to serve 24 pounds

1 Do named Memory 11 years old, 20 years to serve 22 pounds

1 Do Jane 11 yrs old, 20 years to serve 22 pounds

1 Molatto Boy Isaac 9 yrs 22 years to serve 22 pounds

1 Do Levin 2 yrs old 19 yrs to serve 2 pounds

 

pp.288-293, Inventory of Revd Andrew Lendrum of Baltimore County

12 years of a Mulatto Lad named Bill 15 pounds

2 years of Do girl named Bett 9 pounds

proved 23 April 1772

 

Liber 112 (1772-3)

MSA S534-113

(nothing)

 

Liber 113 (1773)

MSA S534-114

 

p.199, Inventory of James Sudler, Queen Anne's County, 8 April 1773

1 Mulatto Girl to serve til 21 years old now 5 years old - 10 pounds

 

p.255, Inventory of Levi Dickerson of Worcester County, 11 April 1772, recorded 5 March 1773

Debts:

George Blake Mulatto 18 shillings