Hi...thank you for responding. As to the books, I ended up by buying all of them, so I can look up just about anything now in Kent Co DE.
Susanna who married Isaac Mason had a maiden name of Harmisson/(Harmansen?) David Roe transferred from the Burlington MM in NJ to marry her in 1713 in the Duck Creek Quaker Meeting, DE. He was dead by 1717, leaving her and his child who later died, 2000 acres of Fairfield. Susannah married Isaac Mason by 1719, and their first son, Joseph, was born in 1722.
Another deed with your John Tomlin is:
Calendar of Kent County Delaware Probate Records 1680 - 1800
page 42 Crippen, John.Will (copy). Made March 1, 1720/21. Heirs: sons John & Thomas; wife Elizabeth. Exec'x, wife Elizabeth. Wits., William Haller,**** John Tomelin****, William Manlove. Prob. April 11, 1721. Arch. vol. A11, page 226. Reg. of Wills, Liber D, folios 42-43.
John Crippen's widow, Elizabeth, remarried to John Harmenson;
Mary Marshall Brewer Vol 4 p 110 # 502Land Records of Kent County Delaware ~ Deed
John Crippin of Muspellion Hund yeoman for 35 pounds sold to Edmund Baily of same place yeoman...a tr of land (whereas John Harmisson, who intermarried with the said Jno Crippin's mother, by sundry good conveyances and especially by one deed from ISAAC MASON & SUSANNAH his wife 15 Mar 1729, became seized to a piece of land being pt/o a tr called Fairfield bounded to the s of Swan Cr, to the nw partly with land late in the possession of Joseph Booth, Junr decd, and partly with land of Thomas Wharton of Phila & William Carter, and the said Harmisson some time afterwards died & left his wife the said Elizabeth, in possession of the land, who by her deed of gift granted the same unto her son John Crippin)...in Muspellion Hudn...150 a....John Crippin impowering my good friend William Crippin to ackn this deed in open court. Wit: William Crippin, Charles Tuthill. Ackn. and Proved f15 Aug 1741 (M:p132)
this above is probably Susannah's brother and would explain a deed from Isaac Mason & his wife..
These families are involved in the Nicholite movement, as Joseph Nichols (m Mary Tomlin/Tumlin of Nathaniel) purchased the land that Thomas Wharton had bought from Susanna.
Mary Marshall Brewer, Vol 8 p 7 # 22 Kent Co DE Land Records
14 Aug 1764 Deed
Joseph Nicholls (Nicholls) of Kent Co yeoman and Mary his wife for 115 pounds sold to Ruben Oliver of same place tailor...a tr of land, whereas Susanah Row (Rowd) relict and sole executrix of the will of David Row late of Kent Co decd on 12 June 1718 did release unto Thomas Wharton late of Phila taylor a 200 a. tr of land in Muspillion Hund pt/o a 2000 a. tr called Fairfield (Book F fol 21)...
I do have a few other Tomlin names. Pat
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