There is mention of 1695 within the land record...do you have this? Have you tried looking during that year for land records to see how they got the land to begin with?
Also, I'm not finding any mention of the surname WILLIAMS and there were no "Ann"s mentioned as wives. Let me know if I can help regarding the land. :) Sandy
(1) HIGH PARKE, Cecil Co., MD (220 acres)
Surveyed for John DAVIDSON_..June 17, 1754
Passed 1 Oct 1754
Patented to Moses Davidson 4 June 1766
The Petition of Moses Davidson of Cecil County ---
Humbly _?... that our term? Samuel Davison of the County aforesaid had on the 23rd day of December 1733 Granted him a special Warrant for Resurveying a tract of parcels of land called High Park lying and being on the County aforesaid. Originally on the 20th day of September 1695 Granted unto a certain George Emory for 222 area/acres under new rent That before the execution of say Warrant he the said Samuel H.?A.? Davison died and a certain John Davison son and Heir at law? of the said Samuel applied to the land office on the 10 day of January 1750?
---Also...here's what I have about the other piece of property...wasn't sure if you have this? ----
Abstracts of Cecil County Maryland Land Records 1734-1753, by June D Brown, 1999, WillowBend Books, Westminster, MD
p.110 P209 Deed. Stephen EMERY, son and heir of George EMERY, late of Cecil Co, weaver, dec'd for £80, to Samuel DAVISON of the same place, yeoman, a tract of 100 acres called Emerys Endeavor by the forest of Sherwood and Conawingo Creek. Made 02 Dec 1742. Wit: Simon JOHNSON, Nichs HYLAND. Ack: 02 Sep 1742 (sic] John PARKER and his wife Sarah stated they quit claim any dowry to the land [Sarah being the relict of the dec'd George EMERY]. JPs: Thos COLVILL, Nic HYLAND. Alienation fine of 4s rec'd by John LUSBY. Rec" 15 Dec 1742 Wm KNIGHT, Clk.
(2) 1742, 2 Sep: Stephen Emery son and heir of George Emery dec'd late of Cecil Co., MD deeds to Samuel Davison of Cecil Co., MD, yeoman, for 80 pounds PA money, 100 acres in Cecil Co., MD, called Emerys Endeavor, beginning at a bounded white oak standing on the west side of a hill on the southwest side of the North barrens of the forest of Sherwood and on the east side of a a branch of Conawingo Creek, north & west, then south and west, then south and east, then to the beginning, with houses, out houses, edifices, buildings, barns, stables, orchards, gardens, common ways, woods, waters, water courses, etc.. Wits. Simon Johnson, Nichs. Hyland. Acknowledged 2 Sep 1742 in Cecil Co., MD, and John Parker and Sarah his wife, Sarah being the relict of George Emery, quit claim her dowry.
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