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Hutchins, Charles (b. , d. 1700)

Given Name: Charles
Death: 1700
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----------, Anne (b. )
Given Name: Anne
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Murray, William (b. )
Given Name: William
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Yans, Mary (b. )
Given Name: Mary
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Ennalls, Henry (b. 1675, d. 1734)
Note: Colonel Henry Ennalls was a planter, holding 3,570 acres at his death, plus a part interest in a 517-acre tract.

He served in the lower house of the legislature from 1712 to 1714, and as a justice in Dorchester County from 1700 to 1734 (as Chief Justice from 1722).
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Henry
Death: 1734
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Hooper, Mary (b. 1674, d. 1745)
Given Name: Mary
Death: 1745
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Ennalls, Bartholomew (b. 1643, d. BEF 20 JUN 1688)
Note: Bartholomew Ennals immigrated to Virginia by 1661 and to Maryland by the end of that decade, when he proved his rights for transporting eleven people, including four servants from Virginia.

He served as a justice of Dorchester County from 1671 to 1674, when he was dismissed for refusing to take the oath (he had a complaint against the court clerk). He served again as justice 1679 to 1688. He served in the lower house of the legislature from 1676 to 1682 and again from 1682 until 1684.

At his death he left a personal estate of 991.0.3 including twenty-one slaves, nine books, and 176 pounds worth of goods in Barbados and en route from England. He owned about 400 acres of land at his death.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Bartholomew
Death: BEF 20 JUN 1688 Maryland
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Hooper, Henry (b. 1643, d. 1720)
Note: Henry Hooper immigrated to Maryland in 1651 as a minor, with his parents and siblings. He lived in Calvert County and then Dorchester County after 1667.

He served in the lower house of the legislature from 1694 to 1697 representing Dorchester County. He served as a justice in Dorchester County from 1669 to 1697.

At his death his personal estate was appraised at 598.8.11 pounds, current money, including twelve slaves and one servant. He held 2,481 acres of land plus two tracts of undetermined acreage.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Henry
Death: 1720
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Denwood, Elizabeth (b. )
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Jones
Title: Elias Jones, Revised History of Dorchester County (Baltimore, Maryland: T
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925)
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925.
Page: pp. 303-304.
Given Name: Elizabeth
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Hooper, Henry (b. England, d. 1676)
Note: Henry Hooper emigrated to Maryland in 1651. He was illiterate, but was accorded the honorific "Mr." on arrival and served as a justice in Calvert County from 1658 to 1661. He moved to Dorchester County about 1667 and soon acquired thousands of acres.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Jones
Title: Elias Jones, Revised History of Dorchester County (Baltimore, Maryland: T
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925)
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925.
Page: pp. 350-356.
Given Name: Henry
Death: 1676
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----------, Sarah (b. )
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Sarah
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Denwood, Levin (b. ABT 1602, d. AFT 1665)
Note: Levin Denwood emigrated to Virginia before 1633. In 1640 he was given 550 acres for transporting himself and others to the colony. He was one of the Justices of Northampton County in 1654 and 1657. In 1665 he was living in Accomac County. He must have died shortly thereafter.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Jones
Title: Elias Jones, Revised History of Dorchester County (Baltimore, Maryland: T
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925)
he Read-Taylor Press, 1925.
Page: pp. 303-304.
Given Name: Levin
Death: AFT 1665
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----------, Mary (b. )
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Mary
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Brooke, Thomas (b. 1659, d. 7 JAN 1731)
Note: Col. Thomas Brooke served often as a Justice in Calvert County and in Nov 1683 was appointed one of the commissioners for laying out towns and ports.

He was a member of the Council of Maryland from Apr 6 1692 until 1707, when he was dismissed for non-attendance. He was reappointed in 1715 and served until 1724. He took the oath as Justice of the Provincial Court in 1694 and was Deputy Secretary of Maryland in 1695. On Jun 26 1701 he was commissioned Commissary General of the Province. In 1720 he was president of the Council and Acting Governor of Maryland upon the departure of Governor John Hart until his replacement arrived from England.

Raised a Catholic (three of his brothers became Jesuit priests), he converted to Anglicanism on his second marriage.

At the time of his death his estate was appraised at 1,374 pounds sterling, including 36 slaves, 17 of whom were mortgaged. Most of his land was heavily mortgaged as well.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Maryland Genealogies
Title: Maryland genealogies: A Consolidation of Articles from the Maryland His
torical Magazine (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980)
torical Magazine
torical Magazine. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980.
Page: "The Brooke Family," pp. 91-102.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Thomas
Death: 7 JAN 1731 Prince George's County, Maryland
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Dent, Barbara (b. 1676, d. 18 APR 1754)
Given Name: Barbara
Death: 18 APR 1754 Calvert County, Maryland
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Murdock, John (b. )
Note: Captain John Murdock settled in Prince George's County, Maryland, sometime around the turn of the eighteenth century. 'Murdock's Addition" was surveyed for him on Mar 26 1703. He also owned numerous other properties amounting to several hundred or a thousand acres. He styled himself a merchant, however. His brother Jeremiah settled in Virginia at about the same time and is the ancestor of the Virginia Murdocks.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Maryland Genealogies
Title: Maryland genealogies: A Consolidation of Articles from the Maryland His
torical Magazine (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980)
torical Magazine
torical Magazine. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980.
Data:
Text: "The Murdock Family of Maryland and Virginia," by William B. Marye, pp. 239-247
Given Name: John
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Barton, Katharine (b. )
Given Name: Katharine
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Addison, Thomas (b. 1679, d. BEF 28 JUN 1727)
Note: Colonel Thomas Addison inherited considerable land from his father and acquired much more during his life time, becoming one of Maryland's greatest landowners and influential citizens.

He served as surveyor of Prince George's County in 1696-97, as a justice of the county in 1704-05, and as sheriff from 1705 until 1708. He was lieutenant colonel of the county militia by 1713 and its colonel from 1714 until his death.

He served in the upper house of the legislature for most of the years between 1710 and his death in 1727, and sat on the Governor's Council from 1708 until his death. He was a justice of the Provincial Court from 1714 until his death.

At his death he held between fourteen and fifteen thousands acres, seventy-one slaves, and three indentured servants. His personal estate amounted to many thousand pounds sterling.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Bowie
Title: Effie Gywnn Bowie, Across the years in St. George's County
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Thomas
Death: BEF 28 JUN 1727
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Smith, Eleanor (b. 1690, d. 19 JAN 1761)
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Maryland Genealogies
Title: Maryland genealogies: A Consolidation of Articles from the Maryland His
torical Magazine (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980)
torical Magazine
torical Magazine. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980.
Data:
Text: "Smith Family of Calvert County," by Christopher Johnston, pp. 373-386.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Eleanor
Death: 19 JAN 1761
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Brooke, Thomas (b. 23 JUN 1632, d. 1676)
Note: Major Thomas Brooke immigrated to Maryland in 1650 with his father and step-mother. He was commissioned a captain commanding the Calvert County militia on Jun 15 1658, and a major on Feb 11 1660. His brother, Baker Brooke, in his will, refers to him as Colonel Thomas Brooke, but no commission or record of him holding such a rank survives.

He represented Calvert County in the Provincial Assembly from 1663 to 1666, and was High Sheriff of the county in 1666-1667. He was Presiding Justice of the county from 1667 until his death in 1676.

Thomas Brooke was a major landowner in Calvert and Prince George's Counties. At one of his plantations, Brookfield, he carved his initials on a boundary stone. This is the origin of the otherwise very curious name of a small Maryland town just south of Andrew's Air Force Base outside of Washington, TB. At his death, his personal estate was appraised at 95,910 pounds of tobacco and contained ten slaves and ten indentured servants. He held 7,742 acres of land.

Born and raised a Protestant, he converted to Roman Catholicism and three of his sons became Jesuit priests.

Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Maryland Genealogies
Title: Maryland genealogies: A Consolidation of Articles from the Maryland His
torical Magazine (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980)
torical Magazine
torical Magazine. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1
980.
Page: "The Brooke Family," pp. 91-102.
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Papenfuse
Title: Edward C. Papenfuse, et al, A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland L
egislature, 1635-1789 (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985)
egislature, 1635-1789
egislature, 1635-1789. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Pr
ess, 1979, 1985.
Given Name: Thomas
Death: 1676 Brookfield Manor, Calvert County, Maryland
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