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Re: Adam Tawney/Tanni
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: May 06, 2006 at 11:51:39
In Reply to: Re: Adam Tawney/Tanni by Susie Perrett of 524

Susie, that is why I copy information to the message board.
Links have a way of disappearing. I guess it has been reconfigured. I just wish I had provided you with a contact name and email address. Sorry.

Anyway, go directly to these links.

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wpamilliron&id=I00845
Contact: Margaret Janco david.janco@verizon.net

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3204202&id=I50
Contact: Sircoulomb Aiken fostermoon@yahoo.com

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3204202&id=I50
ID: I50
Name: Adam TANNI
Given Name: Adam
Surname: Tanni
Sex: M
Birth: in Switzerland or Germany
Death: 1787 in Frederick County,Maryland
Note:
Gottschald, Deutsche Namenkunde,
Tann: mhd. diu tanne, Baum; der, daz tan, Wald; Tann/ig, e(n)baum, apfel, hof, hauser, etc.

The Basil Crapster Papers, Historical Society of Carroll County (Westminster, Maryland):
W 277, rec. 24 Nov 1774, made 2 Nov 1770, del. Danl Leister
Anthony Arnold of Fr[ederick] Co[unty] farmer to Adam Tawny of the same farmer for £18 curr. pt. of Resurvey of Last Shift 25 a[cres]
wit. Joseph Wells, Wm Winchester
Margaret Arnold
W 280, rec. 24 Nov 1774, made 11 June 1774, del. Danl Leister
Michl Hibner Fr[ederick] Co[unty] farmer to Adam Tawny ditto farmer for £475 Res[urvey] on Good Fellowship, 148 a[cres] adj. Fathers Care
wit. Wm Blair, Mary Blair
Catherine Hibner
JPs Wm Blair, Normd Bruce
WR 4, f 9, rec. 15 Apr. 1783, made 29 Mar 1783
Adam Dauney (sic) farmer to his son Michael Dauney weaver for £850 “in gold & silver coin Md. curr.” 148 1/2 a[cres] pt. of Good Fellowship adj. 3rd line of Fathers Care, 24 a[cres] pt. of Last Shift
wit. Upton Sheredine, W. Winchester Jr., JPs
30 Aug 1784 [?]
to Christena Dauney widow of grantee [?]

Frederick County Will Book 3 [Liber GM #2], p. 244:
1787 Adam Taney Will On July 24, 1787--to be Recorded and same day recorded in Liber G. M. No. 2, fol. 244, Geo. Murdock, Regr.
Im Nahmen Gottes Amen
Ich Adam Tanni nach deme ich nicht weiß wann mich der Herr von dieser Welt abfordern wird so habe hier mit meinen letzten Willen verfasset wie es nach meinem Todt mit meinem Hinterlaß enschafft gehalten soll werder wann die Banden verfallen sind soll eins so viel haben wie das andere Michael Danni Friedrich Dan˙ und Sahra Hansin Christina Than˙ und die Christina soll das Bett und den Eisen Kessel haben und wann Ich gestorben bin soll sie mich vergraben lassen der Friedrich und der Johannes sollen Meine Gleiter haben und auch Meine Sahra soll Meine Kist haben und wann die Christina den Platz behalten tut dann soll sie den Stuben Offen haben und wann sie den Platz nich behalten tut dann soll eins sein Theil haben wie das andere da von und die Sahra soll Meine zwei zinnen Platen haben und Meine Lisabeth soll die kleine Kist haben und Meine Chatharina soll die zwei Eisen Hefen haben und noch zehen Jarht Duch soll die Christina haben und die zinnen Theller das Elisabeth trei haben und das Chatharina soll trei haben und noch 16 Jahrt Tuch soll die Christina auch haben
diesen meinen letzten Willen habe ich mit gutem Verstant verfasset und bey der Zeigen Eigen händig unterschrieben und besiegelt Fridrich Count˙ den 25 Junius 1785
Johannes Leister Zeigen (John Leister Jnr aff)
Niclaus Leister (Nich. Leister aff)
Jacob Fisher
Adam Tai (Seal)
Dieses ist mein letzter Willen und Es soll Nicht vor den weisen Vatter gebracht werden sie sollen Es selbst unter Ein ander theilen Ihm Frieden und einig keit und wann eins nicht zu Frieden ist so soll es nichts haben.

(English Translation)
The Basil Crapster Papers, Historical Society of Carroll County (Westminster, Maryland):
In the name of God, Amen
I, Adam Tanni, in that I do not know when the Lord will summon me from this world, so I have herewith composed my last will as to how my estate shall be handled after my death. When the bonds have fallen, one is to have as much as the other. Michael Danni, Fredrick Dan˙ and Sahra Hansin Christina Than˙ and Christina is to have the bed and the iron pot and when I have died, she is to have me buried; Fredrick and John are to have my clothes and my Sahra is to have my chest and if Christina holds on to the place, then she is to have the room stove and if she does not hold on to the place, then each is to have his share of it as the other and Sahra is to have my 2 pewter platters and my Lizabeth is to have the small chest and my Chatharine is to have the 2 iron pots and Christina is to have 10 yards of cloth in addition and the pewter plates Elizabeth is to have 3 and Chatherine 3 and Christine is to have 16 yards of cloth in addition. This is my last will I have composed in sound mind and signed & sealed in my own hand by the sign (seal) Fredrick County the 25th of June 1785
Witnesses
Johannes Leister John Leister Jr.
Nichlaus Leister Nich. Leister
Jacob Fischer
Adam (Tonni)?
This is my last will and it is not to be brought before the wise father; they are to divide it among one another in peace and harmony and if anyone is not satisfied then he is to have nothing.

Frederick County Will Book 3, p. 245:
Frederick County, July 24th 1787
Then came Nicholas Leister and John Leister Junr, the two subscribing witnesses to the aforegoing Last Will and Testament of Adam Tawney, late of Frederick County, Decd, and Solemnly Affirmed and Declared and made Oath that they did see the Testator therein named sign and seal this Will, that they heard him publish, pronounce and declare the same to be his Last Will and Testament, that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their Apprehensions of a sound and disposing Mind, memory and understanding, that they subscribed their names as Witnesses to this Will in the presence and at the request of the Testator, and that they did also see Jacob Fisher, the other subscribing Witness, sign his Name as Witness thereto in the presence and at the request of the Testator and all in the presence of each other. Geo. Murdock Regr

The Basil Crapster Papers:
Inventories Box 16 folder 18, Adam Tauney, rec. GM 2, f 119, 4 Mar 1788
Fr[ederick] Co., appraisers Ephraim Howard, Martin ?
1 bed bedstead & furniture, 4.0.0
1 weavers loom & gears, 5.10.0
1 small table, --5--
1 large book, --7/6
1 black leather cover d[itt]o, 3/9
1 small d[itt]o, 4/0
1 old flax haskle, 5/0
1 pr. small stilyards, 7/6
1 lot chain, 7/6
1 tin water pott, 3/9
parcel old iron, 12/0
1 glass quart bottle, 0/9
1 small frying pan, 3/9
1 small looking glass, 1/0
old lumber, 10/0
1 old chair, 2/6
Total, £13-4-0

The Basil Crapster Papers:
[Frederick County, Maryland, Probate Administration Accounts Liber GM 1, fol. 314]
final acct John Tawney, Frederick Towney (sic) & Michael Haynes adm[inistrator]s of Adam Tawney, att 18 Aug 1789
money due fm Michael Tawney
pd. John Miller, John Lester
bal. 444.6.0
Change Date: 22 JUL 2005 at 23:03:24

Marriage 1 Christina
Children
Michael TANEY
Sarah TANEY
Elisabeth TANEY
John TAWNEY b: 31 MAR 1747 in Maryland
Frederick TANEY b: 1755 or 1756
Catherine TANEY


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