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Hundreds of Eastern Shore Families from Charlemagne to the Present

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167751 Thomas Summers served as private in the Somerset Militia, Salisbury Battn., Capt. Sampson Wheatley's Company. Somers, Thomas (III) (I65752)
 
167752 Thomas Summers was listed as head of household: 1723-1725, 1727, 1730-1740. Living with him was Jonathan Summers, George Summers, Thomas Summers, Samuel Summers. He was listed as Thomas Sumers Sr. in 1744 and 1748, as Thomas Sumers in 1750, as Thomas Summers in 1754 & 1754. Somers, Thomas Sr. (I65739)
 
167753 Thomas T. Bird, an 18-year-old farmer, born & living in Accomack Co, son of Elizabeth Bird married Bettie Turner, age 18, born & living in Accomack Co, daughter of James & Tuny Turner. Family: Thomas Teagle Byrd / Elizabeth 'Bettie' Ann Turner (F47219)
 
167754 Thomas T. Cropper was the security on the M.L.B. of William Daisey and Margaret Andrews of Mordici. Family: William J. Daisey / Margaret 'Peggy' Andrews (F11764)
 
167755 Thomas T. Cropper was the security on the M.L.B. of William P. Bayly, Esq. and Elizabeth C. Parramore. Family: William Pettit Bayly, Esq. / Elizabeth C. 'Bettie' Parramore (F11435)
 
167756 Thomas T. James, age 34 enlisted in the confederate army for the period of the war. James, John Thomas (I72163)
 
167757 Thomas T. Taylor receives patent for 160 acres in Chariton Co, Missouri for service in War of 1812 Taylor, Thomas Teagle (I114790)
 
167758 Thomas T. Taylor receives title to 160 acres in Chariton Co, Missouri. Recorded in Washington, DC 19 Feb 1819 Taylor, Thomas Teagle (I114790)
 
167759 Thomas Tarrant of the Town of Dover Kent Co. innholder and Mary his wife one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove of same co., dec'd., for £5 quit claim unto Thomas Nixon of same place taylor and Ann his wife also one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove ... one half part of a tract of land in Mispillion Hundred (bequeathed by Jonathan Manlove, dec'd., to his two daus. by his will) part of a tract called Point Look Out ... to John Brinkloe Junr's land to the widow Brinckle's land ... adj. land called Hickery Point ... 266 a. including the old plantation and 1/2 of 150 a. of marsh granted by patent 15 May 1740 to Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife. Manlove, Mary (I92881)
 
167760 Thomas Tarrant of the Town of Dover Kent Co. innholder and Mary his wife one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove of same co., dec'd., for £5 quit claim unto Thomas Nixon of same place taylor and Ann his wife also one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove ... one half part of a tract of land in Mispillion Hundred (bequeathed by Jonathan Manlove, dec'd., to his two daus. by his will) part of a tract called Point Look Out ... to John Brinkloe Junr's land to the widow Brinckle's land ... adj. land called Hickery Point ... 266 a. including the old plantation and 1/2 of 150 a. of marsh granted by patent 15 May 1740 to Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife. Manlove, Anne (I92882)
 
167761 Thomas Tarrant of the Town of Dover Kent Co. innholder and Mary his wife one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove of same co., dec'd., for £5 quit claim unto Thomas Nixon of same place taylor and Ann his wife also one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove ... one half part of a tract of land in Mispillion Hundred (bequeathed by Jonathan Manlove, dec'd., to his two daus. by his will) part of a tract called Point Look Out ... to John Brinkloe Junr's land to the widow Brinckle's land ... adj. land called Hickery Point ... 266 a. including the old plantation and 1/2 of 150 a. of marsh granted by patent 15 May 1740 to Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife. Nixon, Thomas (tailor) (I92883)
 
167762 Thomas Tarrant of the Town of Dover Kent Co. innholder and Mary his wife one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove of same co., dec'd., for £5 quit claim unto Thomas Nixon of same place taylor and Ann his wife also one of the daus. of Jonathan Manlove ... one half part of a tract of land in Mispillion Hundred (bequeathed by Jonathan Manlove, dec'd., to his two daus. by his will) part of a tract called Point Look Out ... to John Brinkloe Junr's land to the widow Brinckle's land ... adj. land called Hickery Point ... 266 a. including the old plantation and 1/2 of 150 a. of marsh granted by patent 15 May 1740 to Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife. Tarrant, Thomas (innholder) (I92885)
 
167763 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Manlove, Jonathan (I87510)
 
167764 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Manlove, Mary (I92881)
 
167765 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Manlove, Anne (I92882)
 
167766 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Nixon, Thomas (tailor) (I92883)
 
167767 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Robbisson, George (I92884)
 
167768 Thomas Tarrant, innholder, and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon, taylor, and Ann his wife all of Kent Co. ... whereas Jonathan Manlove father of the said Mary and Ann late of same co., dec'd., in his life time caused to be surveyed a parcel of land in the forrest of Mispillion near Marshy Hope ... 210 a. and by his will devised his lands to his daus. Mary and Ann who haveing since intermarried with Thomas Tarrant and Thomas Nixon, they on 19 Jul 1737 obtained a warrant ... Thomas Tarrant and Mary his wife, Thomas Nixon and Ann his wife in consideration of the sum of £5 paid by George Robbisson, Junr., late of this co., dec'd., discharge the said George Robbisson and have released unto Richard Underwood of same co. yeoman (for whose use the afsd. £5 was paid by George Robbisson) all our rights unto the afsd. land by virtue of the bequest of the said Jonathan Manlove. Tarrant, Thomas (innholder) (I92885)
 
167769 Thomas Tayler, cooper, confessed a judgment to John Cole; Tayler was to make "three great cider casks sufficient and tight to hold cider." Two casks were each to hold "two hundred & thirty odd gallons & ye third containing about one hundred & ninety-five gallons." He was also to make two brewing tubs of white oak, one 3 ½ feet high to hold 250 gallons of liquor, the other to be the same height but to hold only 200 gallons. As soon as the timber was seasoned, the tubs were to be "finished workman like with broad hoops thick and pinned and finished." Tayler was to make "the thickness of the staffs as he formerly used to make such tubs for Ambrose White deceased." Thomas Taylor's document admitting that he owed the above work was witnessed by Hen. Dighton and Wm. Yeo; it was signed on 19 November 1690, by Thomas Taylor. Cole, John I (innholder) (I85931)
 
167770 Thomas Taylor buys from Drake Drummond 70 acre tract in Mattapony Hundred called Taylors Loss. Witt: John Parramore, N. Hollard Taylor, Thomas (of Roger) (I124828)
 
167771 Thomas Taylor deeds 1/7 interest in Baltimores Gift to Obed Taylor, 1/7 to Joshua Taylor Taylor, Obediah (of Roger) (I124751)
 
167772 Thomas Taylor named as guardian to Polly, Nancy and Jenny Taylor, all under age 13 Taylor, Thomas (I125949)
 
167773 Thomas Taylor of Accomack in consideration of brotherly affection & 1500 pds tobacco, paid unto me by my brother John Taylor of the county aforesaid, do sell & deliver to said John Taylor 50 acres of land lying upon a branch called Pokomoke Branch belonging to the River of Pungoteague in aforesaid county beginning at a persimmon tree by the marsh near the water side and running westerly to a great pine about the breadth of a cart from the horse road and from thence to run into the woods to the farther side of the line and to join upon the land aforesaid John Taylor bought of my brother William Taylor (dec'd) to complete the 50 acres. Witt: Edmd Custis, William Finne & Rich Jones. Signed 19 June 1694 by Thomas (his T mark) Taylor. Presented in open Court on 20 Nov 1694 by Thomas Taylor as his real act & deed to his brother John Taylor. Recorded 27 Nov 1694. Taylor, John (of Abraham) (I91642)
 
167774 Thomas Taylor of Accomack in consideration of brotherly affection & 1500 pds tobacco, paid unto me by my brother John Taylor of the county aforesaid, do sell & deliver to said John Taylor 50 acres of land lying upon a branch called Pokomoke Branch belonging to the River of Pungoteague in aforesaid county beginning at a persimmon tree by the marsh near the water side and running westerly to a great pine about the breadth of a cart from the horse road and from thence to run into the woods to the farther side of the line and to join upon the land aforesaid John Taylor bought of my brother William Taylor (dec'd) to complete the 50 acres. Witt: Edmd Custis, William Finne & Rich Jones. Signed 19 June 1694 by Thomas (his T mark) Taylor. Presented in open Court on 20 Nov 1694 by Thomas Taylor as his real act & deed to his brother John Taylor. Recorded 27 Nov 1694. Taylor, Thomas (of Abraham) (I103389)
 
167775 Thomas Taylor of Levin bound to William Gillitt, farmer; Elijah and Levin Townsend sureties Taylor, Thomas (I126707)
 
167776 Thomas Taylor sells to Joshua Duer his interest in tracts in Mattapony Hundred called Douglass Contrivance, Weavers Choice, Lutts Lott and the Goose as bestowed by his uncle, Joshua Taylor, in 1806. This deed book was destroyed but the deed was referenced in his brother, Joshua Taylor's, deed of 26 Oct 1818. Taylor, Thomas Teagle (I114790)
 
167777 Thomas Taylor, mariner, sells to Richard Taylor 50 acres of Willets Discovery; Witt: John Selby, Philip Quinton Taylor, Thomas (of Roger) (I124828)
 
167778 Thomas Taylor, mother Mary, sell to Sarah Orman of Somerset County 65 acres Jones Delight and 100 acres of tract Security near Snowhill, witt: Purnell Johnson, Booz Walston Taylor, Thomas (I125949)
 
167779 Thomas Taylor, mother Mary, sell to Sarah Orman of Somerset County 65 acres Jones Delight and 100 acres of tract Security near Snowhill; witt: Purnell Johnson, Booz Walston (--?--), Mary (I125948)
 
167780 Thomas Taylor, wife Leah, sell parts of his interest in Baltimores Gift to Obed and Joshua Taylor, John Kellam and Benjamin Dennis. Taylor, Thomas (of Roger) (I124828)
 
167781 Thomas Taylor, wife Sally, deed part interest in Baltimores Gift and Partnership Point to James Scott for £20 Taylor, Thomas (of Roger) (I124828)
 
167782 Thomas Teackle & his wife Catharine, who seems to have inherited this land from her brother Joseph Stockley, were joined by William Stockley Teackle (perhaps their son) in a deed to William Conquest for a plantation containing 138 acres, and in 1864 a William T. & Margaret L. Conquest sold to William H. Green of Baltimore. In more recent years it was the home of the late John W. Taylor. Teackle, Thomas IV (I66618)
 
167783 Thomas Teackle Taylor (1709-1774) married 25 May 1729 to Patience Beere. At one point he was listed as being married to Patience Bishop, daughter of Jacob of Virginia in the same year. I have seen the Trinity Church records in Newport, RI which list "Thomas Teackle Taylor" as marrying, in 1729 to Patience Beere, daughter of John and Sarah. He always used his middle name to differentiate from another Thomas Taylor living in Newport at the same time. Warmest regards, Sandy. Family: Thomas Teackle (of Wm III & Eliza Teackle) Taylor / Patience Beere (F22089)
 
167784 Thomas Teackle Taylor of Newport, RI, left all of his lands in Virginia to a son Edward. Taylor, Capt. Edward (I24918)
 
167785 Thomas Teackle Upshur II wrote that Phillip Risden, Gent. of London, came to Virginia about 1652, and that with him came Mary Hardwige who it was suspected became Mrs. Risden. In this connection it should be noted that Arthur Upshur I received headrights in 1655 on Mary Risden and her two daughters (Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 330). This Mary Risden was unquestionably Phillip Risden's widow who married Arthur Upshur I soon after Risden's death. Risden, Phillip (I68302)
 
167786 Thomas Teackle Upshur II wrote that Phillip Risden, Gent. of London, came to Virginia about 1652, and that with him came Mary Hardwige who it was suspected became Mrs. Risden. In this connection it should be noted that Arthur Upshur I received headrights in 1655 on Mary Risden and her two daughters (Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 330). This Mary Risden was unquestionably Phillip Risden's widow who married Arthur Upshur I soon after Risden's death. (NOTE: There is no doubt that Upshur married the widow Mary Risden, however, since Hugh Yeo and Arthur Upshur both claimed Mary, Jane and Blandina 'Landina' Risden as headrights in 1655, it is more likely that Phillip Risden left his wife Mary and their two daughters behind in England when he came to Virginia 2 years earlier. He and others and a Mary Hardwige (N'hamp records) or Mary Harding (State Patent Books) were headrights for Anthony Hoskins in 1653. It seems unlikely that after arrival in Virginia Phillip Risden married Mary Hardwige/Harding and then had the two daughters who were then claimed as headrights in 1655, since being headrights implied they were all 3 brought into Virginia, not already in Virginia.) Upshur, Arthur (I) (I64603)
 
167787 Thomas Teackle Upshur II wrote that Phillip Risden, Gent. of London, came to Virginia about 1652, and that with him came Mary Hardwige who it was suspected became Mrs. Risden. In this connection it should be noted that Arthur Upshur I received headrights in 1655 on Mary Risden and her two daughters (Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 330). This Mary Risden was unquestionably Phillip Risden's widow who married Arthur Upshur I soon after Risden's death. (NOTE: There is no doubt that Upshur married the widow Mary Risden, however, since Hugh Yeo and Arthur Upshur both claimed Mary, Jane and Blandina 'Landina' Risden as headrights in 1655, it is more likely that Phillip Risden left his wife Mary and their two daughters behind in England when he came to Virginia 2 years earlier. He and others and a Mary Hardwige (N'hamp records) or Mary Harding (State Patent Books) were headrights for Anthony Hoskins in 1653. It seems unlikely that after arrival in Virginia Phillip Risden married Mary Hardwige/Harding and then had the two daughters who were then claimed as headrights in 1655, since being headrights implied they were all 3 brought into Virginia, not already in Virginia.) White, Mary (Hardwige? or Harding?) (I68301)
 
167788 Thomas Teackle Upshur shows he died unmarried. Family: Col. James Justice Teackle / Ann Scarburgh (F11125)
 
167789 Thomas Teackle Upshur, a noted Eastern Shore genealogist from the late 1800's, showed her as Mary Cade. She did have a great-granddaughter named Mary Cade Wise who was born just a few years after Mary Scarburgh died, perhaps named in her honor. Others have responded that Mary is definitely not a Charlton, Pott, or Littleton. So the search continues. Cade, Mary (Cade?) (I20071)
 
167790 Thomas Teackle was appointed guardian to the orphan of John Read (deceased) to contest the proof to the will; as they had no objections the will was proved by John Rowles and Robert Hutchenson. Executors Elizabeth Read and Solomon Read were sworn (security: Bartholmew Taylor and James Broadwater). Zorrobabel Rodgers, Augustine Lecatte, John Arlington and George Hack were to appraise the estate. Read, John (of John) (I43582)
 
167791 Thomas Teackle was appointed guardian to the orphan of John Read (deceased) to contest the proof to the will; as they had no objections the will was proved by John Rowles and Robert Hutchenson. Executors Elizabeth Read and Solomon Read were sworn (security: Bartholmew Taylor and James Broadwater). Zorrobabel Rodgers, Augustine Lecatte, John Arlington and George Hack were to appraise the estate. West, Elizabeth (West?) (I100625)
 
167792 Thomas Teackle was appointed guardian to the orphan of John Read (deceased) to contest the proof to the will; as they had no objections the will was proved by John Rowles and Robert Hutchenson. Executors Elizabeth Read and Solomon Read were sworn (security: Bartholmew Taylor and James Broadwater). Zorrobabel Rodgers, Augustine Lecatte, John Arlington and George Hack were to appraise the estate. Read, John (of Richard Jr) (I115728)
 
167793 Thomas Teakle of Northampton County 500 acres at Corattock abutting John Norton and Richard Hill for transport of 10 persons, including William Michaell, et al. Mitchell, William (N'hamp-Lancaster) (I101710)
 
167794 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Bonnewell, Maria (of Michael) (I47768)
 
167795 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann (I115553)
 
167796 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Stanton, Michael Hall (I115591)
 
167797 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Stanton, William Thomas (I115659)
 
167798 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Stanton, James Henry (I115660)
 
167799 Thomas Todd vs. Maria Stanton, James H. Stanton, Elizabeth Ann Stanton, Michael Hall Stanton, William Thomas Stanton, James Henry Stanton, and George Martin Stanton. CA. Mortgage foreclosure. Stanton, George Martin (I115661)
 
167800 Thomas Tull was a joiner of Somerset Co, MD. Tull, Thomas (133) IV (I59782)
 

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