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PETER GARREN OF TALBOT COUNTY MARYLAND 1700's
Posted by: Penny (ID *****2348) Date: June 22, 2010 at 10:59:51
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I found the following information on a Peter and Jacob Garren/Garron in a World Family Tree CD, NO. 206 - Maryland Probate Abstracts:

Maryland Probate Abstracts - WFT CD-206
List of debts due David Alexander estate filed in Talbot County, Maryland. Inventory dated 6 May 1757; entered for probate 13 jun 1757. Credits which are desparate: Peter Garron.

James Costin (Planter) - 7 Jun 1750. Payments to: Rev. Mr. Cox, Christopher Cox, Wm. Hopper, Abraham Severe, Matthew Dockery, Peter Garron, William Campbell, Henry Downes, Daniel Dulany, Esq. Paid to Henry Hollyday, Wm. Tilghman, Ann-Widow, Henry (only child, age 2)

Jacob Gore, Talbot County. 16 Oct 1760-18 May 1762. To son Samuel Gore, north part of land called Dunmore Heath; tract adj. called Frampton, to descend to son Walter Gore, then to son Benjamin, and then to son John. Son Walker. Exec: Daughter Elizabeth Gore. Witness: Edward Vickers, James Kendrick, Peter Garon.

Edward Vickers. 20 Feb 1762 - 29 apr 1762.
Appraisers: John Gibson, Thomas Roberts, Sr.
Creditors: Thomas Ald. Trego, Peter Garon
Next of Kin: Peter Garon, Oneal Price, James Seth
Admin/Exec: Wm. Griffith

William Besswicks, Talbot County. 3 May - 22 May 1773
To son Rober Besswicks, other wise Slocom, tracts "Christopher Lot, Stevens Plains, "Sarah's Addition," if he died without issue, one third of land to my natural daughter Elizabeth Besswick alias Huston; 1/3 to Sarah Besswicks, daughter of Denny, and 1/3 to Wm. Besswicks eldest son of Richard (Denny - son of Nathan).
To son Rober AKA Slocom, residue of personal estate (except black mare to Jacob Garron), he to pay his mother 100 pounds. The sloop Polly and cargoe to be sold. Son Robert under care of Samuel Nichols.
Witness: Woolman Gibson iII, Jane (Jean) Scott; James Connery

William Vickers - Talbot County, Planter. 27 Aug 4 Aug 1774.
Wife Sarah: Plantation "Piccadilly" and par of Dunn's range (had slaves)
Daughter Elizabeth: Plantation "Vicker's Venture"
Plantation Dunn's Range. If my children die without issue and afterdeath of wife, land and negroes to my brother Jacob Garron.
Witness: Jos. Bewly, John Cochran, Margaret Vickers
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Maryland Eastern Shore Vital Records - WFT CD-208
St. Michael's Parish, Talbot County
Bpt. --- Daughter of Thomas Garrand of Second Creek - b. 10 Aug 1696
Bpt. --- Mathew, son of Thomas Garrand of Second Creek - b. 23 aug 1798
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The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War - Clements, Wright (Family LIne Publications (1987)
p. 222
Talbot County, 4th Battalion - 3 July 1780
7th Class: Jacob Garron, Abner Miller, James Stant, Mark Rux, Nicholson Millington, Joseph Bewly, Francis Baker, Charles Miller, John Ferry, Jno. Vickers Thornton
6th Class: Thomas Gannon, Levi and George Plummer, Woolman Gilson John Roberts, Thomas Cadner, Edward Millis, Robert Cole, William Porter, Christopher Hart.
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NOTE: No Garrens/Garrons were found in the German Regiment in MD and PA by Retzer (1996)

Could this be the Peter, b. ca 1698, son of James and Berta (Sporlinger) and son Jacob we have been searching for in early records? Has anyone else seen this Talbot County info?




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