Notes for Mary FORD
Ford surname has been found as Foord, Foard & Forde
Could this possibly be Mary Ford's mother?
Maryland Calendar of Wills
Leech, James, Calvert Co.,
3rd May, 1700;
5th Feb., 1703.
To brother Ambrose and hrs., 50 A. adjoining his property.
To brothers Jeremiah and John, personalty.
To Henry Cox, Jr., and to cous. Rebecca Cox and the rest of brother Henry Cox's child., personalty.
To child. of Maj. Walter Smith and to child. of brother John Leech afsd., personalty.
To brother-in-law Henry Cox, ex., and hrs., residue of estate in Md. and Eng.
Test: Jno. Willson, Mary Ford, Thos. Hilliary, Dan'l St. Thomas Jenifer. 11. 413.
Name Tract Name Hundred Lot # Acres Surveyed
Ford, Robert Long in Dispence Newtown 85 75 1670
Ford, Robert May Pole Newtown 95 96 1674
Ford, Robert The Strand Newtown 75 100 1667 Records for the "Fortune", which arrived in Plymouth, 1621, shortly after the 1st Thanksgiving,
lists as passengers ""Ford, Mr. with Martha Ford, wife and Martha Ford, daughter as well as John Ford who was born day after arrival". Bowlsbey, Blanche and Joyce B. Layman , comp.
History of a Ford Family in Cecil County, Maryland
AAI Corporation, Cockeysville, MD, 1985
Call no.: 0450 F
Accession no.: L22636
Location: REF C-2-6
Subject: Family history - Maryland; Maryland - Genealogy - Cecil County
Family Name: Ford
Library no.: 5843. Anon. 1993. Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Land Records, 1708-1712. T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL. Abstracts from Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Land Record Book PK. "AA" = Anne Arundel Co. p. 52 Page 431. Last day of Aug, 1711, from Henry Roberts of AA to Gerrard Hopkins of AA. Caecilius Ld Baltimore, be his letters patent dated at the City of St Mary's, Sep 6, 1670, granted to Wm Roper of South River in AA, a parcel of land in AA called Ropers Range containing and laid out unto him for about 420 acres. Said Roper, by deed dated Jun 2, 1674, conveyed the same to John Shrigley & Fra's Johnson of AA. Said Shrigley conveyed one moiety of said parcel of land, by deed dated Aug 12, 1679, to Andrew Roberts of AA. Said Ropers Range was lately divided between said Jno Shrigley and the heirs of afd Francis Johnson deced, by George Holl, and then Dep'y Survey'r of AA, containing about 210 acres. Said Andrew Roberts, by his will dated Apr 4, 1682, bequeathed the 210 acres to his son, Henry Roberts. Said Henry Roberts has lately sold to John Ford of AA 100 acres of the same, being so much of the south side thereof. Now this deed witnesses that said Henry Roberts, for 40£ to him secured to be paid by Gerrard Hopkins, hereby sells to Hopkins the remaining part of the 210, 100 acres already sold to Jno Ford only being excepted, containing now about 110 acres. Signed - Henry (H his mark) Roberts. Wit - Jno Attwell, Jno (R his mark) Chapman.
Aug the last, 1711. Came before Ricd Jones Jr and Thos Larkin, 2 AA JPs, said Henry Roberts and acknowledged this deed. Also came Ann, the wife of said Henry, and relinquished her right of dower to the lands conveyed. Recorded Feb 16, 1711[/12].
p. 65 Page 526. On the back of a certain deed made between Henry Roberts of the one part and Gerard Hopkins of the other part was this day endorsed, viz, Apr 13, 1713. rec'd of Mr. Gerrard Hopkins, 4 shillings and 5 pence, being the alienation fine of the within 110 acres, per me, Charles Carroll. Recorded Apr 13, 1713. Vide deed in this book in folio [page] 431. Below information taken from DAR records:
Temple Kendall, (1732-1822), served as lieutenant in Capt. John Ford's company at Bunker Hill. He was born and died in Dunstable, MassMrs. Gertrude Etta Kendall Whitney.
DAR ID Number: 39096
Possible match: abfb. Grace, b. Oct. 8, 1742, m. (1st William Handy 1772, (2nd) John
abfe. Levin, b. Feb. 20, 1750.
abff. Stephen, b. Apr. 26, 1756.
abfg. Mary, twin of Stephen.
For Costin (abfa) see section V "Costin Beauchamp and his descendants."
For Jesse (abfc) see section VI, "Jesse Beauchamp and his descendants."
abfd. John Beauchamp4 (Robert3, Edmund2, Edmund1), m. Sarah Purdon
in Delaware. Went to Rowan Co., North Carolina. Killed in the Battle of
Cowpens. Said to have been a loyalist. Son: Stephen Beauchamp 1744-
1847, m. Nancy Call.-Daughter: Sarah Purdon Beauchamp 1821-1865,
m. John W. Smith. Her daughter; Mary Delia Smith, m. William T. McArthur
(2025 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.)
(For this record see Compendium of American Genealogy, 4 p. 598.)
ac. John Beauchamp2 (Edmund1), m. Mary Curtis. Children: (a) Curtis.-
(b) John.-(c) Thomas.-(d) Elizabeth, m. 1725 John Creemer.-(e) Sa-
rah.-(f) Esther.-(g) Mary.
ad. Doggett Beauchamp2 (Edmund1), b. July 15, 1681, m. Sarah Gray,
daughter of Miles Gray. Will of March 18, 1716 mentions children: (a)
Gray.-(b) Hanna.-(c) Sarah.
ae Edward Beauchamp2 (Edmund1) . Mentioned in his father's will. He
m. Naomy Fountaine, dau. of Samuel and Mary Fountaine. Will Aug. 29,
1750, probated Dec. 7, 1751 . Children: (a) Marcy.-(b) Thomas.-(c)
John.-(d) William, m. Ann Tilghman. Children: Elijah, Naomi.-(e) Foun-
aea Marcy Beauchamp3 (Edward2, Edmund1), m. Grace Coleburne. Wills
in Kent Co., Delaware, Marcy's Jan. 21, 1771, Grace's October 6,1778.
Children (from his will): (a) David. -(b) Marcy.-(c) William.-(d) Isaac.-
(e) John.-(f) Rachel, m. . . . . . . Smithers.-(g) Esther, m. . . . . . . Smithers.-
(h) Mary, m . . . . . Thompson.-(i) Ann, m. . . . . . . Walton.-(j) Grace, m.
. . . . . . Broom.
aeae. John Beauchamp4 (Marcy3, Edward2, Edmund1), m. Mary . . . . . .
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