Are you working on the family of William VENABLES (ca. 1712 - 1776) & Mary CALDWELL?
SKORDAS' Early Settlers of MD (from land records) VENABLES, John, tr. by 1662 [5:245].
Mary, tr. by 1677 [15:433].
MD State Papers, Black Books: VENABLES, Joseph, commissioner of Som. Co. Court, 1706/7.
Petition of inhabitants of Dorchester Co. residing near Nantikoke R., bef. 21 Apr. 1761...Benja. VENABLES, Sr. & Jr...
Petition for a charter for the town of Salisbury to encourage settlement, bef. 27 Oct. 1763...Joshua & Wm. VENABLES.
MD Deponents: Wm. VENABLES, Som. Co., Gent., 56 in 1768.
BARNES' MD M: VENABLES, Benjamin, 9 Je. 1761, Stepney Parish, WI, Betty DASHIELL.
Joseph, 8 Je. 1756, SP, WI, Nelly POLK.
John, 22 Jan. 1800, WO, Martha SHOCKLEY.
Richard, 26 N 1796, SO, Sarah TWILLEY.
Robert, 8 Oct. 1799, SO, Sarah BALLARD.
Samuel, 12 July 1787, DO, Sarah ANDERTON.
BRUMBAUGH, MD Rec., State of His Lordship's Manor of Calverton, Charles Co., 1767: Lease #21, 1 Jan. 1753 to George VENABLES; tenant Ann, widow, 40; & Josias VENABLES.
Lease #14, 17 Oct. 1752 to Richard ADDAMS, tenant Charles VENABLES.
Census of 1776, St. John & Pr. Geo. Parishes: VENABLES, William, 26; Elizabeth, 18; and male & female each aged one.
Pr. Geo. Co. M. Licenses: VENABLES, Theodore, 24 May 1799, Mary TARMAN.
Charles Co., 1775-8, Benedict Hundred: VENABLES, Larance, Samuel, & Theodorus, Sr. & Jr.
PG Co. Church Reg., St. Paul's at Baden, VENABLES, Mrs. Mary, d. 3 F 1853, aged 22; Alice Cornelia (25 Jan. 1852 - 30 Jan. 1853, d/o Wm. & Mary); both bu. 4 F 1853.
MD Cal/o Wills: John GOSLING, SO, pr. 13 July 1721. Wit: Joseph VENEBLES.
James GIVAN, Rowastico, SO, pr. 11 May 1724. Wit. Joseph VENABLES.
Thos. BARTLETT, SO, pr. 21 N 1739. Wit. John HANDY, Wm. VENABLES, Robt. MEARS.
John HANDY, SO, pr. 28 May 1745. To son John, dw. pl., incl. land bought of Geo. TWILLER, that was alienated me by Benj. VENABLE.
Thos. WINDER, Stepney Parish, SO, pr. 28 May 1745. Wit. Joseph VENABLES.
John CALDWELL, SO, 11 July 1747, pr. 19 Aug. 1747. Money due fr. Capt. Geo. PARRIS & Dr. JACKSON, pt/o cargo sent by Capt. PARRIS, & my part of the sloop to be sold to pay just debts. To wf. Mary. To sons Joshua, John, & Samuel (to S., when he is free of Master Robt. MILLS). To sons-in-law Wm. VENABLE & Joseph SCROGGEN, exs., liberty & use of sawmill in full of portions of Mary VENABLE & Sarah SCROBBEN's, their wives. To grandson John HANDY. To John & Mary HANDY. Advisers Col. Robt. KING, Capt. Henry BALLARD. Wit: Joshua PORTER, Nick SOUTAIN, Jonathan SHOCKLEY.
Thos. GOSLEE, 2/13 Feb. 1748/9. Wit. Danl. DULANY & Joseph VANABLES.
Peter VILLET, CH, 1749. Wit. Geo. VENABLES, John MORAN, Jas. MAHEW.
John WILLSON, CH, 1750/1. "Probate wit. is George VENABLES vice Charles VENABLES."
Joshua CALDWELL, SO, 23 Jan., 4 Apr. 1758. Eldest son Wm., a minor, and four others; guardians Wm. VENABLES & Joseph SCROGIN. Wit. Benj. BIRD, Joshua VENABLES, Nehemiah HITCH.
Thos. HUNT, CH, pr. 30 Jan. 1759/60. Wit. Geo. VENABLES.
John GRINDAL, PG, pr. 28 N 1760. To wf. Catherine, for life, then to sons Wm., John, & _. Wit. Geo., Theodore, & Lawrence VENABLES.
Richard ADAMS, CH, pr. 5 Oct. 1761. Wit. Geo. VENABLE, John MORAN, Richd. HALL.
Eliz. SHILES, SO, pr. 24 Je. 1766. To Wm. VENABLE's first dau.
Edward BURCH, CH, pr. 14 Oct. 1765. Wit. Geo. VENABLES & Wm. & Eliz. WALLACE.
Mitchell DASHIELL, SO, pr. 31 Jan. 1769. Wit. Joseph SCROGIN, Joseph VENABLES, Geo. LOW.
James REAY, SO, 14 S, 20 S 1774. To son Joseph. Negro girl willed by Tubman LOWES to Eleanor STEVENS, afterwards my wf., to dau. Eliz. RAEY. To Martha VENABLES, residue. Henry LOWES, ex. Wit: Jas. BOUNDS, Salathiel GRIFFITH, Richd. BIGLANDS.
Saml. DAVIS, WO, pr. 1 N 1774. To unborn child, land on ne. side of land of Wm. VENIBLES.
John CALDWELL, SO, mariner, pr. 25 Apr. 1775. To nephew Wm. VENABLES, s/o my sister Mary. To niece Mary VENABLES.
William VENABLES, SO, 11 Mar. 1775, 26 F 1776. To son John, lands bet. dw. house and Salsbery & running to Mill Pond. To Mathew WILSON, £25 per year son John studies phisick under him. To dau. Mary VENABLES, four acres on Main Road dividing WO & SO counties. To dau. Ann HORSEY & granddau. Peggy HORSEY. To grandch. Peggy, Nancy, Jenney, & Peggy COLLINGS, when each is 16, & to son-in-law John COLLINGS. To granddau. Mary EDGEL. To grandson Mathias als. Jeroboam VENABLES. To dau. Betty SCOGLIMORE als. NIVENS & granddau. Caterener SCOGLIMORE. Son Wm. to build a house on the land left to son-in-law John COLLINS for dau. Betty...Sons Wm. & son-in-law John COLLINGS, exs. Wit: Severn HETCH, John HAYWARD, Todd LIVINGSTON, Joseph VENABLES.
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