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Hundreds of Eastern Shore Families from Charlemagne to the Present

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173651 Wm. Wood was the security on the M.L.B. of Archibald Godwin and Vianna Gray Jacob, widow of Esau Jacob. Family: Archibald (421) Godwin / Vianna Gray (of Major) Pitts (F4378)
 
173652 Wm. Wyatt Jr. was security on the M.L.B. of Edward Bool and Margaret Ann Ward, daughter of Tully S. Ward dec'd, and the guardian of Margaret Ann Ward. They were married on 13 Nov 1832. Family: Edward Bull, (Bool) / Margaret Ann G. Ward (F40175)
 
173653 Wm. Wyatt Jr. was the security on the M.L.B. of James Sturgis and Vianna Wescoat, daughter of John Wescoat dec'd. Rob't Dashiel was a witness. They were also married on 22 Nov 1831 by G. Wescoat. Family: James Sturgis / Vianna Wescott (F13666)
 
173654 Wm. Wyatt Jr. was the security on the M.L.B. of Robert Mears and Adah Stott, widow of Jonathan Stott. They were married on the same day by G. Wescoat. Family: Robert Mears / Adah (--?--) (F46389)
 
173655 Woney Rew was the security on the M.L.B. of James Berry of John and Catherine Rew of Woney. Family: James Berry / Catherine Rew (F12367)
 
173656 Woney Rew was the security on the M.L.B. of Robert Young and Rachel Rew. Family: Robert Young, Sr. / Rachel (of Woney II) Rew (F4308)
 
173657 Wonney and Absalom Rew inherited part of this tract from their father Woney Rew. Rew, Woney II (I22306)
 
173658 Wonney and Absalom Rew inherited part of this tract from their father Woney Rew. Rew, Absalom (I22307)
 
173659 Woodie Allen Edwards, 63, husband of Shirley Edwards and a resident of Northside Chesconnessex, passed away Wednesday, July 12, 2006 at his residence. Born Dec. 15, 1942, in Baltimore, Md., Mr. Edwards was the son of Irene Parks Edwards of Northside Chesconnessex and the late Woodrow Wilson Edwards. He was a waterman and attended New Testament Church in Deep Creek. He served in the Army National Guard. Other than his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Ursula W. Walther of Hannibal, N.Y. and Marla Wood Edwards of Northside Chesconnessex; two sisters, Jo Ann Keenan of Colorado Springs, Colo. and Joan Miles of Gloucester Point, Va.; two grandchildren, Hunter and Abby Walther; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted from the Williams-Onancock Funeral Home today, July 15, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Charles W. Parks III officiating. Interment will be in the Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Onancock. There will be a visitation at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Onancock Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 28, Onancock, VA 23417. Arrangements by the Williams-Onancock Funeral Home. Obituary, Eastern Shore News, July 16, 2006. Edwards, Woodie Allen (I123915)
 
173660 Woodrow Bailey, aged 9 years and the son of Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Bailey, Sanford, died on 27 Aug 1935 at the P.G.H., Salisbury, MD. Funeral services were conducted at the Pocomoke Methodist Church by Rev. Fulcher and Wilmer with burial in the Drummond Cemetery, Sanford (he was later moved to Downing's Cemetery). Survivors included his parents, 3 sisters, 1 brother, and 2 grandmothers, all of who were named (E.S. News, 30 Aug 1935) Bailey, Woodrow (I16819)
 
173661 Woodrow Nathan Godwin, the 15 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. Arvandus W. Godwin Jr., died in a car accident on 28 Jul 1957. He was born 6 Aug 1941 and was a student at Atlantic High School. Survivors were listed (Pen. Ent., 1 Aug 1957). Godwin, Woodrow Nathan (I5022)
 
173662 Woodrow Wilson Knight, 9 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. Francis Knight of Messongo, died at Pen. Gen. Hospital. He was survived by his parents, 4 brothers and 4 sisters, who were listed. Burial was in the family grounds (E.S. News, 30 Jul 1926). Knight, Woodrow Wilson (I18996)
 
173663 Woodsville is about 25 miles west of Philadelphia. Martin, Henry Neill (I97855)
 
173664 Woodsville is about 25 miles west of Philadelphia. Martin, George (I97860)
 
173665 Woolsey Burton (dec'd)'s children were shown as Elizabeth, Pricilla, Mary and Nathaniel in a partition of lands on Long Neck Road. Burton, Woolsey (of Woolsey & Molly) (I77763)
 
173666 Woolsey Burton exhibited an account on the estate of Hester Burton in right of Benjamin Burton dec'd. Coard, Esther 'Hester' (of Jos & Ann) (I77750)
 
173667 Woolsey Burton exhibited an account on the estate of Hester Burton in right of Benjamin Burton dec'd. Burton, Woolsey (of Ben & Esther Coard) (Dagsberry) (I77751)
 
173668 Woolsey Burton exhibited an account on the estate of Hester Burton in right of Benjamin Burton dec'd. Burton, Benjamin (of Ben & Esther Coard) (I77753)
 
173669 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Bagwell, Elizabeth (146) (I60935)
 
173670 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Woolsey (of Ben & Esther Coard) (Dagsberry) (I77751)
 
173671 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Joseph (of Wm & Eliz) (I77757)
 
173672 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Coard, Elizabeth (of Jos & Ann) (I78052)
 
173673 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Mary (of Jos & Eliz) (I118235)
 
173674 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Elizabeth (of Jos & Eliz) (I118236)
 
173675 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, William Bagwell (of Jos & Eliz) (I118476)
 
173676 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Thomas (of Jos & Eliz) (I118539)
 
173677 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Sarah (of Jos & Eliz) (I118540)
 
173678 Woolsey Burton [son of Benjamin] of Dagsberry Hundred, yoeman, bought from Sarah Burton of Angola and Indian River Hundred, spinster, a parcel of land containing 90 acres, being a part of a tract called Bottle and Cake, whereof William Burton, commonly called Long Burton, late of Sussex Co, by his will devised same to his son Joseph, father of aforesaid Sarah, subject to the thirds or dower of Elizabeth, the widow of said William, which being alloted to her by virtue of an order of the Orphans Court and whereas Joseph died intestate, seized of the remaining 2/3 leaving a widow and 6 children, aforesaid Sarah, Mary, Thomas, Elizabeth, William Bagwell and Patience to whom the lands descended. Tract adjoining land devised by Benjamin Burton to his son the aforesaid Woolsey Burton and runs along Herring Creek. Burton, Patience (of Jos & Eliz) (I118541)
 
173679 Woolsey's tombstone reads that he died 21 May 1730, aged 42 years, 3 mos, 1 day. Burton, Woolsey (of Wm I & Ann) I (I71699)
 
173680 Worcester County deeds have been searched from 1800 to 1834 for a Bagwell Mason buying or selling land or personal property in Maryland. His name does not appear in these records. Neither does his name appear in the Worcester County Index to Estates, 1742 - 1908. Family records give the information that Bagwell A. Mason left Worcester County, Maryland, soon after the death of his first wife, apparently in late 1820. He married (2) circa 1821, Nancy B. Butler (1801 - 1863). She was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He and his family moved first to Ohio and then to Streator, Illinois, where he is buried with his second wife. Mason, Bagwell Anderson (I48843)
 
173681 Worcester County Orphans Court Minutes, 13 Mar 1827: Philip Q. Taylor, orphan Thomas Taylor, age 18 on the 27th of February last bound until age 21 to Levi Jones [brother-in-law] to learn the occupation of farming; Jesse Jones, William Evans sureties Taylor, Philip Quinton (I125053)
 
173682 Worcester County Orphans Court Minutes, 14 Mar 1828, Levin Taylor dec'd, John B. Taylor posts $4.41 administration bond Taylor, Levin (of Levin & Mary) (I49155)
 
173683 Worcester County Orphans Court, James Taylor, orphan of Teackle, age 11, bound to Stephen Jones; John Allen, John Selby surety Taylor, James (I124917)
 
173684 Worcester County, MD - I hereby certify to all whom it may concern that William W. Benson has acquired a title to a Negro girl named Amelia, aged about 14 by his inter marriage with a certain Gertrude Hutson and which Negro girl named Amelia he has removed to Accomack County, VA. Signed: John C. Handy, Clk Worcester Circuit Court, 27 Nov 1819.
Accomack County, VA - I, James Gillett, one of the Justices for the County aforesaid, do hereby certify that William W. Benson of the said county, farmer, personally appeared before me and took the oath prescribed by law regarding the removal of slaves into the state of Virginia & that Negro girl Amelia as explained in the annexed certificate (above) came to his possession as stated in the certificate aforesaid. Signed: J. Gillett, 15 Jan 1820. At a Court held for Accomack County on 29 Mar 1820 the foregoing certificates were ordered to be recorded. 
Hudson, Gertrude A. 'Gatty' (of Aaron) (I108641)
 
173685 Worcester County, MD - I hereby certify to all whom it may concern that William W. Benson has acquired a title to a Negro girl named Amelia, aged about 14 by his inter marriage with a certain Gertrude Hutson and which Negro girl named Amelia he has removed to Accomack County, VA. Signed: John C. Handy, Clk Worcester Circuit Court, 27 Nov 1819.
Accomack County, VA - I, James Gillett, one of the Justices for the County aforesaid, do hereby certify that William W. Benson of the said county, farmer, personally appeared before me and took the oath prescribed by law regarding the removal of slaves into the state of Virginia & that Negro girl Amelia as explained in the annexed certificate (above) came to his possession as stated in the certificate aforesaid. Signed: J. Gillett, 15 Jan 1820. At a Court held for Accomack County on 29 Mar 1820 the foregoing certificates were ordered to be recorded. 
Benston, William W. (of Wm of Ezekiel) (I108642)
 
173686 Wright and Carey both show George Tull (the elder) the son of George Tull Sr. & Hannah or Elizabeth(?) Noble married circa 1729 Sarah (Chambers) Coston, widow of Matthias Coston and daughter of Richard Chambers. Batchelder shows George Tull Sr. married Sarah, the widow of Matthias Costen, whose will was proved 13 June 1716 in Dorchester Co, MD. (NOTE: It would seem more likely that she would have married shortly after the death of her 1st husband, otherwise she would have been about age 50 when she had 3 sons by her 2nd marriage to George Tull. Based on her Somerset County birth record she would have also been about 20 years older then her 2nd husband. Therefore there is some doubt that this is the same Sarah.) Family: George (of Geo Sr) Tull, Jr. (elder) / Sarah Chambers (F27965)
 
173687 Wright shows 13 Apr 1730. Family: Benjamin Derrickson / Leshia Wharton (F25509)
 
173688 Wright shows 17 May 1729, but it must have been later than that as his sister Mary was born 8 July 1739. Bradshaw, John (of Thos & Edith) (I114280)
 
173689 Wright shows April 1721. Rodney, George (I77328)
 
173690 Wright shows that Ann Nutter, widow of John Huett Nutter, married either John Hardy or Roberty Hardy on or about 25 Dec 1748, noting that different sources give different names. Family: Robert (of Robt of Jms of Robt) Hardy / Ann (of Chas I) Nutter (F37346)
 
173691 Wright shows they were married 1 Jan 1811, but they were shown as married in a land cause dated 23 Feb 1809. Family: William Davis / Easter 'Hester' Laws (F37542)
 
173692 Wright shows Thomas Purnell m. 1st Elizabeth Hammond, daughter of John Hammond. However, it doesn't seem likely that she was old enough to be the mother of at least his first son Thomas, who Wright shows was born 9th da., 9th mo., 1695 (old style calendar), nor sons John and Matthew.  
173693 Wright states that he may have been Edward Bennett who died by 24 Mar 1753 when Robert Downes signed as next of kin. Bennett, Edward(?) (I97664)
 
173694 Wright states that he may have been Edward Bennett who died by 24 Mar 1753 when Robert Downes signed as next of kin. Family: Edward(?) Bennett / Elizabeth 'Betty' Downes (F32457)
 
173695 Wright's Sussex Co, DE implied marriages shows John Stratton Burton (d. bef. 6 Feb 1781), son of Woolsey and Elizabeth Burton, m. bef. 6 Mar 1759, Sarah (N), widow of John Parker. Family: John Stratton (of Woolsey II & Eliz) Burton / Sarah (--?--) (F39710)
 
173696 Written on the inside flap of a book: "Baltimore, 1818, Levin Rothrock Marshall. This book belongs to Levin R. Marshall who was born October 10, 1800, on the eastern shore of Maryland, Dorset County." (Elliot Marshall letter in Nellie Marion Marshall folder, Dorchester County Public Library) Marshall, Levin Rothrock (I57318)
 
173697 Wrixam West, who married Bette, admrx of Nathaniel Milbe (yeoman), filed the inventory valued at £341.1.2. Payments to: Bur. Waples, Jas. Richard, J. West, W. Lewis, T. Robinson, W. Steward, B. Burton, Esq., T. Parramore, G. Kollock, Will. Worrington. Distribution to unnamed widow, 1/3. Residue to: 7 shares (unnamed, Natha. Milbe and his brother William, Levin Milbe guardian to Mary & Zadok Milbey. West, Wrixam (of Robt) (I60919)
 
173698 Wrixham served in the War of 1812 as a Private in Capt. Heath's Co., 23rd Regiment, Somerset County. On guard at Raccoun Point and James Elzey's Landing from May 26 to June 3, 1814. (General Society of War of 1812, Register, 1972)  Porter, Wrixham Louis (I124772)
 
173699 Wrixham White (wife Grace who later married Robert Russell), who in died intestate in 1765 leaving a son Hezekiah to succeed him. Then in 1770 Hezekiah White sold 50 acres at the west end to Thomas Hickman, and in his will 8 years later, Hezekiah said that Thomas Hickman was to get 25 acres more, and the residue was to be sold; later in the year his executor sold 50 acres to Ambrose Willett. White, Hezekiah (I62895)
 
173700 Xpher Thompson's servant boy named Thomas Coupes was judged to be 12 years old. Copes, Thomas I (I32476)
 

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