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Ambrose Dixon: The Man and the Legacy
By: James Edward Jensen B.A.

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Appendix A

The Certificate of Survey and Patent for Ambrose Dixon(Sep.25th
1663),James E. Jensen
(608)
(1663
Liber A:A Witness my hand this 28th: day of September 1663 ~~~
(270)         Test: Danl: Jenifer               John Homewood
                        (August 19th 1663)~


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		To the honourable the Lieuetant: Generall ~~~
(Dicksons Choice)  	
Entered in the	Laid out for Ambrose Dixon five hundred and fifty Acres of Land ~
Rent.(Rolls)	Scituate lying and being in Annameseckes, River, on the Southermost
         	side of the said River Beginning at the mouth of a little Creek called~
		Ipsewansey on the Eastermost side of the said Creek, and running North
		East along the side of the said River, to a small Creek called Craine Creek
		the breadth of five hundred Seventy five Perches and up the Westermost
		side of the said Creek, to the head thereof with a Line drawn SouthEast
		into the woods the length of three hundred and twenty Perches, to a~
		marked Tree, standing on the Southermost side of a Savanah Branch
		thence with a Line drawn South West Two hundred and Seventy
		five Perches, to a marked Tree, seperating the said Land from the Land
		of Mr Stephen Horsey, and running by the Line of the said Horsey.~
		North West, to the head of Ipsewansey Creek, and down the Eastermost
		side of the said Creek, to the mouth thereof the first Bounder, for the
		length of Three hundred and twenty Perches. Surveyed and now laid	
		out for five hundred and fifty Acres more or less ~,~~

(271)                                                           Per me John Elzey.~
                 Cacilius absolute Lord and propr of the Provinces of Maryland and
                 Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore &amp;c: TO all persons to whom these
                 presents shall come greeting in our Lord God Everlasting. Know yee
                 that we for and in consideration that Ambrose Dickson of this province
                 planter, hath due unto him Five hundred and fifty Acres of Land, for
                 transporting himself Ambrose his Son, Mary Dickson, Thomas ~ 
                 Dickson again Mary dickson, Sarah Elizabeth and Grace Dickson,
                 Daniel Moore Margarett franklin, and Cornelius Ward Anno 1661 into
                 this province here to inhabit, and upon such conditions and terms as
                 are Expressed in our conditions of plantation of our Province of Maryld
                 under our greater Seal at Arives bearing date at London the Second day
                 of July in the year of our Lord God 1649 and remaining upon record
                 In our sd Province of Maryland, with such alteration as in them is
                 made by our decliration bearing date the 22d: day of Septembr In the
                 year of our Lord God 1658 likewise remaining upon record in
                 our said Province of Maryland. Do hereby grant unto him the said
(Dicksons Choice)Ambrose Dickson, a parcell of Land (called Dicksons Choice) lying in
(Annamessex)
(1663)                                             (609)
Liber A:A:       Annamessex River on the Southermost side of the said River Beginning
(271)            at the mouth of a little Creek called Ipsewansey on the Eastermost side 
		 of~the said Creek, and running North East along the side of the sd River
		 to a small Creek called Craine Creek, the breadth of Two hundred Seventy
                 five perches, and up the Westermost side of the said Creek to the head 
                 thereof with a Line drawn South East into the woods the length of Three ~
                 hundred and twenty perches, to a marked Trees landing on the Souther=
                 most side of Sovanah thence with a Line drawn South West Two ~
                 hundred Seventy five perches, to a marked Tree seperating the sd land
                 from the Land of Mr: Stephen Horsey, and running by the Line of the
                 said Horsey, North West to the head of Ipsewansey Creek, and down the
                 Eastermost side of the said Creek to the mouth thereof the first Bounder
                 for length of Three hundred andtwenty perches, Containing and ~
                 now laid out for five hundred and fifty Acres more or less. Together with
                 all rights profits and benefitts there unto belonging (Royall Mines Ex=
                 cepted) To have and to hold the same unto him the said Ambrose ~
                 Dickson his heirs and assignes forever To behold in of us and our heirs
Manne:           as of our Manne: of               in free and common Soccage by feally
                 only for all mannerof Services. Yeilding and paying therefore yearly 
                 unto us and our heirs at our receipt at Saint Maries at the two most
                 usuall feasts in the year: Viz at the feast of the Annunciation of the ~
                 blessed Virgin Mary and at the feast of St: Michael the Archangell by
                 even and equall portions the Rent of Eleven Shillings Sterling in Silver
(272)            or Gold and for a fine upon every alienacion of the said Land or any part
Eleven Shillings or Parcell thereof our whole years Rent in Silver or Gold, or the full 
(five)           value thereof in such comodities as we and our heirs, or such officer or~
                 officers appointed by us or our heirs from time to time to Collect and ~
                 receive the same shall Accept in discharge thereof at the choice of us
                 and oiur heirs, or such officer or officers as asd Provided that if the
Alienacion~      said Ambrose his heirs, or assignes shall not pay unto us.
                 or our heirs, or such officer or officers as asd the said Sume for a ~
                 fine before such alienacion and Enter the said alienacion upon ~
                 record either in Provinciall Court, or in the County Court where
                 the said parcell of Land lyeth within one Month next after such ~
                 alienacon the said alienacon shall be void and of none Effect. Given
                 at Saint Maries under our great Seal of our sd Province of Maryland
                 the Eight and Twentieth day of September in the 32d: year of our ~
                 dominion ever sd Province of Maryland Annoq Domi 1663.
                 Generall of our sd Province of Maryland. ~ ~ ~


Appendix B

The Will of Ambrose Dixon (Apr. 7th 1686)
James E. Jensen
Indorsement Recorded in fol 433 Lib n G
Recorded in Liber EB N5 folios 164 &amp; 165
Test. Esme Bayly Regr W.S.C.
In the name of God Amen The Seventh day of April in the year of our lord god One Thousand Six hundred Eighty Six I Ambrose Dixon of Somerset County in the Province of Maryland Planter being Sick in body but of good ? perfect Memory, thanks be unto Almighty God, and Calling to remembrance the uncertain Estate of this transitory life, And that all flesh must yield unto death when it Shall please god to call, doe Make Constitute, Ordain and declare this my last Will And Testament in Manner &amp; form following revoaking and adnulling by these presents all and every Testament and testaments, will and Wills heretofore by me made and declared either by word or Writing and this to be taken only for my last will ? testament and none other, And first being penitent and Sorry from the bottom of my hart for my Sins past Most humbly desiring forgiveness for the Same. I give and commit my soul unto Almighty god my Saviour and redeemer, in whome And by the Meritts of Jesus Christ, I trust and believe assuredly to be saved and to have full Remission and forgiveness of all My Sins. And that my Soul with my body at the day of Resurrection shall rise again with joy &amp; through the Meritts of Christs' death And Passion Possess and Inherit the Kingdom of heaven prepared for his Elect and chosen. And My body to the Earth to be burried decently at the discretion of my Executrix hereafter Named and now for the settling of my Temporall Estate and Such goods ~ and Debts as it hath pleased god farr above my deserts, to bestow, upon me I doe order give and Dispose, the Same, in Manner &amp; form following, that is to say, first I will that all those debts &amp; duetes that I owe in right or Consciense to any manner of person or persons whatsoever shall be will and contented And paid or Be desired to be paid within convient Time after my decease by. My Executrix hereafter named~
I give And bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth ^the wife of Robert Dukes after my Wifes decease: One Negro Woman Called Betty Ginney &amp; her Increase to have &amp; to hold to her the said Elizabeth &amp; to her heres ? assigns for Ever, also I give unto My Daughter Elizabeth one horse which her husband Robert dukes lately broke for me to have and to hold to her the sd; Eliza her heirs &amp; assigns for Ever to be delivd to her on Order presently after my decease ~
I give And bequeath unto my Grand child Thomas Potter son of Henry Potter one Cow &amp; Cow Calf to be for his use Presently after my decease. To have &amp; to hold the sd Cow and Cow calf with there future Increase of both Male &amp; female. for Ever also I give &amp; bequeath unto My sd Grand Child Thomas Potter One Mare &amp; Her female Increase to have and to hold. the said Mare &amp; her female Increse to him the sd Thomas Potter his heirs &amp; assigns for Ever Presently after my decease. Also I give &amp; bequeath unto my said grand child Thomas Potter One young female Negro to be delivd after my wifes decease &amp; then to have &amp; to hold the sd Negro &amp; Increase to him the said Thomas Potter his heirs and assigns for Ever , And further it is my Will and desire that the sd Thomas Potter be sent to School there to learn Reading Writing &amp; Arithmatick~
I give and bequeath unto my son in law Edmond Beauchamp one Cow and calf &amp; there Increase, to have &amp; to hold the said Cow & Calf & there Increase both Male & female to him the said Edmond Beauchamp his heirs & assigns for Ever to be deliverd to him or his Ordr Presently after my decease, also I give and bequeath unto my said son in law Edmond. One young Black Mare Called Janny, ye youngest to have & to hold the said Mare & her Increase both Male & female to him ye Said Edmond his heirs & assigns. for Ever Presently after my decease to be delivd to him ye Said Edmond his order~ I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Willson the Wife of George Willson of the County of Somerset Planter One Mare of Abay coullr With a white Starr in her forehead Called by the Name of Jenney to be deliverd Presently after my decease. To have and to hold the said Mare & her Increase both Male & female to his the Sd Elizabeth hir heirs and assigns for Ever~
I give And bequeath unto my wifes son Henry Pedington One Negro Girl about Ten yrs old to have & to hold the said Negro & her Increase, to him the said Henry Pedigton his heirs & assigns for Ever to be deliverd Presently (often) my wifes decease~ I give And bequeath unto (Ja)mes Browne of this County planter one Thousand pounds of good Merchantable Tobacco in Cask to be paid to the said James Browne or his assigns at or before the (Tenth day) of December. Next after my decease~
I give (all the rest) of my Goods Chattles & Credits belonging (to me) unto my loving Wife Mary Dixon during her natural life and the Plantation I now (live on Except that part) that my Son Thomas Dixon now live(th) on all (wages) Provided and excepted and rightly to be understood that whatsoever estate of goods Chattels (within or withoutdoores & debts & other dues belonging or of right appertaining to me or possesed with all at ye time of my Decease That after ye Decease of my Loving wife mary the said goods Chattells & other dues belonging to me at The time of my Decease I give & bequeath to my son Thomas Dixon my son in Law Thomas Cottingham my son in Law Edmund Beauchamp my son law Robert Dukes My Sonn in law John Richards & my Son Henry Potter to be Equally in Divided amongst them all To have and to hols Said estate to them ye Said Thomas Dixon Thomas Cottingham Edmund Beauchamp Robert Dukes John Richards & Henry potter to them theire heires forever ye legacies abovemencond alwayes Excepted to stand firm that is to say to Elizabeth Dukes Thomas potter Edmund Beauchamp Elizabeth Willson Henry Pedington & James Browne Legatees abovenamed: alwayes provided and it is my absolute will & meaning that if in case my Loving wife mary Should intermarry after my Decease then Shee ye Said is to injoye and possess noe more then one third part of my Goods Chattells And Debts and ye two other Thirds I will & bequeath presently after her intermarriage unto my son and Sos in Law (Vizt) Thomas Dixon Thomas Cottingham Edmund Beauchamp Robert Dukes John Richards & Henry potter Equally to be Divided amongst them all waies Excepted to stand firm the Legacies given to ye Legatees above Said (vizt) Elizabeth Dukes Thomas potter Edmund Beauchamp Elizabeth Willson Henry Pedington & James Browne to be satisfied to them as is my will Expres And whereas I did give unto friends & promised to make over to them one acre of Land upon my plantation where I now live for ye Consideration of twelve pence in money owed which by this my Last will & testement I doe acknowledge to have received I doe therifore will & bequeath Confirme ye said one Acre of Land where ye meeting house now is runing up to ye Divisional line on ye Southermost Side of a branch arbited Between william planner & my self to have & to hold ye Said one acre of Land & meeting house Thomas Everdon of this County & George Johnson of Accomack in (viz)a :& all ye rest of friends whatsoever for evere
~ and I the said Ambrose Dixon do by these Presents constitute ordain and appoint My Will beloved Wife Mary Dixon my Whole & Sole Executrix, And Lastly deposing Trust & Confidence in my son Thomas Dixon my son in Law Edmond Beauchamp my son in Law Robert Dukes & my friend George Willson Se of this County I do hereby ordain appoint & Constitute the Said Thomas Dixon, Edmond Beauchamp Robert Dukes & George Willson fees in Trust for to see that this my Last will & Testament be duly & Truly Executed & performed~
In Conformation & full asurance of the Truth above Written that this is my Last will and Testement of the Said Ambrose Dixon have hereunto set my hand & fixed my Seale as the Witnesses.(Subscripcons as Testimoneys doe manifest) the day & year first Above Written~
Signed sealed & delivd by Ambrose Dixon as his last will
Ambrose A D Dixon {Seal}
& Testament the Seventh day of April in ye year of our Lord

Mark
god One Thousand Six hundred & Eighty Six~
Stephen Horsey
Samuel Horsey
John Atkins
And further my absolute desire is yt if any of my ^said Children son & son in Laws tyt Thomas Dixon Thomas Cottingham Edmond Beauchamp Robt Dukes. John Richard & Henry Potter shall in any Wise trouble or Molest, Illegally my beloved Wife my Executrix, Mary Dixon, in or about or Concerning this my Last Will & Testament that then their & each of there Shares. Given & bequeathed by this my Last will & Testament to be void & of none effect & to be divided Equally Among the rest of my said sons yt Causes no disturbance, as Witness my hand & Seale ths day and year aforesaid~
Testis Stephen Horsey
James hisB Browne
Mark
his
John Higth~
Ambrose A D Dixon~ {seal}
Mark

Somerset County
In Maryland } fol Memorandum that this day was (pr)oved by the Oaths of Stephen Horsey, Samuel Horsey, John Atkins ? John Heath the Within Mentioned Testaments of Ambrose Dixon, deceased As also was Ministered unto Mary Dixon the Oath of Executrix given under (my hand) this Tenth day of August Anno Dom 1688 David Browne~

Special note: All text in parenthesis and Italicized are taken from Lib 6 (from Lib H, p. 22-23)


Appendix C

The Inventory of Ambrose Dixon (Aug. 14th 1688)
James E. Jensen

Somerset County in Maryland. An Inventory of the Goods and Chattels of

Ambrose Dixon deceased as appraised this fourteenth day of August Anno Domini 1688

by us the subscribers. Viz~

Imprimis.       In the Hall ~     : L S D Mr. Dixons Bed ? furniture 04 : 00 . 00
13 yds of Singl Serge at 2/ per yd 01 : 06 . 00
8 3/4 of Coars Kersy 00 : 13 . 00
1 Small Carpet ? 3 Cupboard Cloths 00 . 02 . 00
12 Old Turky Work chairs 01 . 04 . 00
6 Old Leather Chairs 00 . 06 . 00
5 Small Pieces of Old Pewter 00 . 03 . 00
1 Pair of Iron Dogs 00 . 07 . 00
1 Warming Pan 00 . 02 . 00
1 Small Round Table ? Cupbord 00 . 10 . 00
3 Old Chest 00 . 10 . 00

In the Closet adjoining to the Hall~
1 match coat 00 . 03 . 00
1 Chest and 8 Bottles 00 . 02 . 06
1 Old Basket ? a little yarn 00 . 01 . 00

In the other little Closet~
15lbs Nails 00 . 04 . 00
1 Little Sauce Pan and Skillet 00 . 01 . 06
One Small Pewter Dish ? Plate 00 . 01 . 06
5 Small Bottles 00 . 00 . 06

In the Kitchen. 1 Old Chest and Table 00 . 01 . 00
1 Bread Tray Sifter ? Pillion 00 . 01 . 06

In the Milk House. 3 Pewter Dishes one little Bason 00 . 06 . 00
1 Frying Pan 00 . 01 . 00
5 Harrow Axes one Grubing Hoe 00 . 06 . 00
1 Box and 8 Bottle 00 . 01 . 00

In the Porch Chambers 1 Feather Bed and Furniture 03 . 00 . 00
1 Feather Bed ? furniture 01 . 10 . 00
2 Diaper Table Cloths 14 Napkins and two Towells 01 . 10 . 00
1 Small parcel of Silk 00 . 00 . 06
1 Chest and Box 00 . 05 . 00
2 Chamber Pots 00 . 02 . 00

Carried forward 57 . 01 . 00

In the Wainscot Chamber .S .D . 1 Old Feather Bed ? furniture 01 . 00 . 00

In the Chamber adjacent 1 Old Small feather Bed 00 . 15 . 00
6 Diaper Napkins 00 . 08 . 00
3 Pewter Dishes 10 Plates 00 . 04 . 00
1 Head of a Still and 6 Spoons 00 . 06 . 00
1 Box Iron ? Heater with Several trifling things 00 . 10 . 00

In the Negroes Quarters
6 Iron Pots 01 . 10 . 00
3 Old Kettls 00 . 10 . 00
2 Racks 00 . 05 . 00
2 Spits 00 . 02 . 06
5 pairs of Pot Hooks 00 . 05 . 00
1 Brass Morter ? Pestle 00 . 05 . 00
1 Old Tankard 00 . 00 . 06
4 Wedges 00 . 14 . 00
1 Driping ? 1 Frying Pan 00 . 02 . 00
1 Pewter Bason 2 pair Tongs 00 . 08 . 00
1 Parcel old Casks 00 . 00 . 06
1 Broken Kettle ? Small Grindstone 00 . 01 . 00
1 Broken Iron Pot 00 . 00 . 06
1 White Servant his time 1 Year 02 . 00 . 00
1 Negroe Man named Watt. 25 . 00 . 00
1 Negroe Woman and 3 Children 80 . 00 . 00
1 Negroe Woman ? 5 Children 1 20 . 00 . 00
1 Hand Mill and 2 Old Guns 0 01 . 10 . 00
Without Doors. 1 Mare 1 Colt 1 Horse 3 Yearlings 1 Two Yrs Old 10 . 00 . 00
3 Cows and Calves 06 . 00 . 00
3 Cows and Yearlings 06 . 15 . 00
2 Draughte Oxen 06 . 00 . 00
28 Young Cattle 35 . 00 . 00
8 Sheep 04 . 00 . 00
1 Parcel of Hogs 04 . 00 . 00
1 Cart ? Wheels 01 . 10 . 00
3 09 . 02 . 00
17 . 01 . 00
Tot. Sum
3 26 . 03 . 00
Errors Excepted by us
Wm Coulbourn Jun. {Seal}
Jn Wes
{Seal}

Somerset County
ss These may Certify whom it may concern that Capt. William Coulbourn

In Maryland

Mr John West did make Oath upon the Holy Evangelist to make a true Just appraisment

in mony so far forth as they should come or be brought to their right acknowledge given under my hand and Seal this tenth day of August A 1688
David Browne {Seal}
Entered Liber N XII folio 98.~
Recorded in Liber EB N 14 folios 250, 251 ? 252. ~


Appendix D

The Rent Roll of Somerset County Annamessex Hundred (c.1663)
James E. Jensen
(First four pages)

1
Acres  l.s.d
            Yrly Rent
650  0-13-0         Coleburn. Surveyd aug.th 19:1663 for Stephen Horsey in Annamessex
                    river att the mouth of Coleburns Creek Possrs 250 Isaac Horsey
                                                            250 Natha: Horsey
                                                            150 Saml: Horsey

550  0..11..0       Dixons Choice. Surveyd Aug.th 19th 1663 for Ambrose Dixon on the
                    South Side of Annamessex river possest by Capt Thomas Dixon

200  0..4..0        Hearts Ease. Surd for Robt Hart . On the South side of Anna-
                    messex river att the head of Hearts Creek. Belongs to Robert
                    Coleburns Orphans in Anamokin no one in Perst possession

300  0.6:0          Williamston. Survd Sept 4th 1663 for Thomas Williams in
                    Annamessex river att a marked tree Seperating from the Land of
                    Michll Williams. Possest. by Thomas Williams

1280 1..14..91/2    Waters River. Surd: Sept. 5th    for William Waters on the 
                    Northern most Syde of Annamessex river between assateage Creek
                    and Swansey Creek      Possesrs.  150 a. Thomas Tull Senr
                                                                 700 a. John Waters
                                                                430 a. Richd Waters

600  0..12..0       Straights. Survd: Sept 4th 1663 for George Johnson on the South Side
                    of Annamessex river the land belongs to George Johnsons heirs in
                    England.      Possesrs        300 a: John Heath
                                                             300 a: Thomas Beauchamp

300  0..6..0        Johns Town. Survd Sept. 5th: 1663. for George Johnson on the
                    South Side of Annamessex river near the first Beaver Damm
                    the land belongs to Johnsons Grandchild, in England Capt. Tho: Dixon
                    is the attornry for One addison the Guardian
2
Annamessex Hundred ~~
Acres  Yrly Rent
350  0..10..0      Boston Town. Survd: Augst 20th. 1663 for Henry Boston on the South
                   side of annamessex river and resurvd: ye 30th. March 1682 for William
                   Palmer and found to contain within the bounds 800 acres. The Whole
                   tract in possest in the possesion of Wm Palmer Son and heir of Wm
		   Palmer
500  0-10-0
                   Cheap Price. Survd: Sept 4th 1663 for Thomas Price on the South
                   Side of Annamessex river in the possesion of Wm Palmer to Whom
                   it doth belong as son and heir to Said William

300  0..6..0       Williams Conquest. Survd: Sept 4th 1663 for Michaell Williams on the
                   South Side of Annamessex river possest by William Palmer to whom
                   the right belongs

100  0..2..0       Ware Point. Survd: March: 13: 1663 for Germon Gellett by pocome
                   river Posessors                                50 a John Owton
                   in the right of Phillip Conners Child 50 a by the Widdow Connor

100  0..3..0       York Shire Island. Survd: June 2d. 1664. for William Wilkinson by
                   annamessex Bay Since found to be 150 a the right is in Samll
                   Horsey in the present occupation of Rice Morgan.

300  0..6..0       Dixons Lott. Survd: (no time when) for Ambrose Dixon on the
                   west Side of Moromsco Creek. Posessors 150 a George Willson
                                                          150 a William Willson
300  0..6..0       Boyces Branch. Survd:Aprill 9th 1664 for William Boyces on
                   the North east Side the North Branch of Annamessex river
                   possest by Ed: Stockdell in the right of his wife the heir of Boyce

300  0..6..0       Halls Choice: Survd: June 6th 1665 for Charles Hall on the north
                   Side of annamessex river: possest By the Widdow Alice Hall~~
3
Annamessex Hundred ~~
Acres Yly rent 
100  0.2.0        Planners Adventure. Survd April 6th: 1664 for Willm Planner
                  in annamessex by a fresh pond, possest by the widdow ad Relict
                  Farbury Rugg

150  0..3..0      Watkins's Point. Survd: Feb: 20th 1664 for John Horsey in annamessex
                  att the mouth of Johnsons Creek possest by Stephen Horsey to whom
		  it belong

300  0..5..0      Emessex. Survd: Feb: 10th 1663 for Benjamin Summers in annamessex
                  near the land of Cornelius Ward since resurvayd for said Summers
                  and found to be but 250 a. belongs to and possest by the Said Summers

150  0..3..0      Make Peace. Srvd. Feb: 9th. 1663 for John Roach in annamessex att a
                  Small gutt Dividing it from the land of John Smith, possest by Said
		  Roach

200  0..4..0      Johnsons Lott. Survd: Feb: 12 1663 for John Johnson in annamessex
                  att a marked tree a Pine, by the Creek side dividing it from the land 
                  of Stephen Hersey resurveyd for John Johnson Anno: 1676 ~
                  Possest by John Cullens by Gift from John Johnson

400  0..8-0       Bostons Adventure. Survd: Feb: 1st 1664 for Henry Boston att
                  the west side of Moromsco creek att a Pine dividing from Ambrose Dixon
                  Possesors  John Long    250 a.    
                  The remaining           150 a by Helene Relict of Jeffery Minshell

400  0..8..0      Hartford Broad Oake. Survd: Oct 26: 1666 for Robert Cattlin att
                  the head of annamessex possest by William Cattlin heir to Robert ~~~

400  0..8..0      The Desert. Survd: March: 10. 1665 for Stephen Horsey att the north
                  point of annamessex ^river Possessors _ _ 249 a. Thomas Wallston
                                                               154 a. John Tull
300  0..6..0      Contention: Resurvd. Feb: 1st for Edwd Dickenson att the head of
                  annamessex near the land of Robert Cattlin the land held by Somersett
                  Dickenson heir possest by Thomas Beachamp ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
4
Annamessex Hundred
Acres Yly rent
100  0..2..0      Mattux Hope. Survd Jan: 14: 1666 for Lazarus Mattux near 
                  the head of James Cane: posest by Lazarous Mattux

200  0..4..0      Salisbury. Survd April ye 3d. 1667 for John Rhodes on the north side 
                  of annamessex river near the land of Mr. Waters Possest by Nath Roach
                  in the right of James Curtis the purchasser

200  0..4..0      Armstrongs Purchase. Survd aprill ye 3d. 1667 for Matthew Armstrong
                  on the north side of annamessex att a marked tree by the river Side
                  Possest by Samuell Handey

300 0..6..0       Armstrongs Lott. Survd ye 6 10th: Aprill 1666 for Matthew Armstrong
                  on the north side of annamessex river posest  250 a by James Curtis
                                                                  50 a by Samll Handy
50  0..1..0       Londons Gift. Survd June ye 3d. 1667 for William Furnace: assigned
                  to George Johnson in a neck of Land called the desert. Belongs to the 
                  heir of George Johnson being a Minor in England, under the Guardianship
                  of one Addison Capt Thomas Dixon being attorney will not use his power
50   0..1..0      Londons Advisement. Survd June ye 3d. 1667 for William Furnace
                  assigned to George Johnson in a neck of land called the desert belong
                  to the heir of Geo: Johnson, in the Guardingship of
		  Addison Capt thomas Dixon attorny

200  0..4..0     Johnsons First Choice. Survd ye 2d June 1667 for William Stevens
                 assignd to George Johnson above the head of annamessex river
                 Belongs to an Orphan in England in the Guardianship of one
                 Addison Capt Dixon Attorney




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