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John ADAMSON

Male 1748 - Bef 1832  (< 84 years)


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  • Name John ADAMSON 
    Born 1748 
    Gender Male 
    Loyalty Oath 2 Mar 1778  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • John Adamson took an oath of loyalty to the State of Maryland on March 2, 1778 before Gerrard Briscoe.
    Court 11 Apr 1786  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    He was appointed as guardian for Greenberry Adamson. 
    Census 1790  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    • John Adamson, head of household:

      Males under age 16: 2 [Frederick, Lloyd]
      Males 16 and over: 1 [John]
      Females: 3 [Sally, Elizabeth, ?]
    Census 1800  District 1, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    • John Adamson head of household:
      Males under age 10: 2 [John, Elisha]
      Males age 10-15: 1 [Lloyd]
      Males age 16-25: 1 [Frederick]
      Males age 26 thru 44: [John]
      Females under age 10: 2 [Kesiah, Eleanor]
      Females 16-25: 1 [?]
      Females age 26 thru 44: 1 [Sally]
      Slaves: 4
    Census 1810  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • John Adamson head of household:
      Males under age 10: 2 [William, Hilliary]
      Males age 10 thru 15: [John, Elisha]
      Males age 16 thru 25: [Lloyd]
      Males age 45 and over: [John]
      Females under age 10: [?]
      Females age 16 thru 25: [Eleanor]
      Females age 45 and over: [Sally]
      4 slaves
    Census 1820  Election District 3, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    • John Adamson head of household:
      Males age 16 thru 18: 1 [Hilleary]
      Males ages 16 thru 25: 3 [Hilleary, William, Elisha]
      Males age 45 and over: 1 [John]
      Females age 45 and over: 1 [Sally]
      6 Slaves: 1 males and 2 females under 14, 1 female age 26 - 44, 1 male and 1 female 45 & older
      6 persons engaged in agriculture

      Note: William & Elizabeth Adamson Prather are living on one side of John and the Sykes Beckwith family is living on the other - Keziah died early and may have been dead by 1820.
    Will 10 Nov 1828  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • John Adamson's will left property to his wife Sally, his sons John Adamson Jr, Elisha Adamson, William Adamson & Hilleary S. W. Adamson, and to the children of his deceased son Lloyd (John S. Adamson, Sarah
      E. Adamson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert
      L. Adamson and Leonidas Adamson), the children of his deceased daughter Kezia Beckwith (William W. Beckwith, John A.
      Beckwith, Amelia Beckwith, Lucy Beckwith, Ann Beckwith, Heny
      Beckwith, and Robert C. Beckwith), the children of his deceased daughter Eleanor Duly (Eliza Ann Duley, and Emily Duley), his daughter, Elizabeth Prather, and his brother Frederick Adamson. John Adamson Junior was named as executor. John Adamson Will, page 1 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24292-1622-33?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 : accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 99 of 280, page 147; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      John Adamson will, 1832, Montgomery County, MD, transcribed by Carol Adamson Voiles:

      In the name of God Amen. I John Adamson, of Montgomery
      County and State Maryland being weak of body but of sound
      mind disposing memory and understanding do make this my
      last Will and testament in manner and form following that is to say
      First and principally I commit my soul into the hand of almighty
      God and my to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of
      my Executor hereinafter named and after my debts and funeral
      charges are paid I devise and bequeath as follows _ That is to say
      I give to my beloved wife Sally Adamson, the use profits and income
      of all my estate both real and personal during her natural life
      and after her decease, the whole of my personal property to be sold
      by my executor hereinafter named and the proceeds thereof distributed
      as hereinafter directed _ I give to Elizabeth O Prather, wife of

      John Adamson Will, pages 2 & 3 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24292-1627-96?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 : accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 100 of 280, pages 148-149; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      William Prather, Fifty dollars. I give to the children of my
      deceased daughter Kezia Beckwith, Fifty dollars to be equally
      divided among them. I give and bequeath unto my Grand
      daughters Eliza Ann Duley, and Emily Duley, children of
      my deceased daughter Eleanor Duly, each one hundred
      dollars. I give and bequeath to my two sons Elisha Adamson,
      and Hilleary S. W. Adamson, each one hundred dollars.
      I give to my son William Adamson, my surveying instruments,
      and if I should part with them before my death, I give him fifty
      dollars in place thereof. I give and bequeath to my brother Frederick
      Adamson Fifty dollars. I give to William W. Beckwith, John A.
      Beckwith, Amelia Beckwith, Lucy Beckwith, Ann Beckwith, Heny
      Beckwith, and Robert C. Beckwith, the children of my deceased
      daughter Kezia Beckwith, to them their heirs and assigns forever
      all my right title claim and interest in and to the land
      lying on the north West and West side of the main road
      as it now runs between the plantation on which I now reside
      and that whereon Sykes Beckwith did reside, at his decease
      known by the name of "Paradise" Paradise enlarged" and
      Magruders Hazard" I devise and bequeath all the rest and
      residue of my personal estate to be divided into five equal parts
      one fifth part thereof I give to the children of my deceased
      son Lloyd Adamson, namely John S. Adamson, Sarah
      E. Adamson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert
      L. Adamson and Leonidas Adamson, to be equally divided
      among them share and share alike, the other four fifths I give
      to my four sons John Adamson, Junior, Elisha Adamson,
      William Adamson, and Hilleary S. W. Adamson, in equal
      portions share and share like _ I devise and bequeath all the
      rest and residue of my lands, to the six children of my deceased
      son Lloyd Adamson, namely John S. Adamson, Sarah E.
      Adamson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert L.
      Adamson & Leonidas Adamson, and my four sons John Ad-
      amson, Junior Elizha Adamson, William Adamson and Hilleary
      L.W. Adamson, to them their heirs and assigns forever, to be divided
      by my two sons John Adamson Jr and Elisha Adamson, in the
      following manner. they shall divide all the residue of my lands
      not herein before devised into five parts, in such manner that
      they shall be equall in value according to quality and quantity
      except that one of the said five parts, shall not be equal in
      value to the other four by the advantage average value of twenty
      acres of land, and shall by the heirs lay adjoining and contig
      -uous to the lands now held by the heirs of my deceased son

      page 149:
      Lloyd Adamson, and when they shall have made such division
      they shall give Hilleary S.W. Adamson the first choice of the four parts
      which are of equal value. William Adamson, the second choice of said
      parts. Elisha Adamson, the third choice of said parts and John Adam -
      -son Junior the remaining part of the said For which are of equal
      value. The other part which is not of equal value with the rest and
      to adjoin the lands belonging to the heirs of my deceased son Lloyd
      Adamson to fall to them namely John S Adamson, Sarah E Ada-
      -mson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert L. Adamson
      and Leonidas Adamson, in equal portions, share and share alike.
      And I do hereby direct that my executor hereinafter to be named
      at the proper cost and expence of all interested, shall carefully survey
      or cause to be surveyed and laid off the said parts so as aforesaid
      and the same to have marked and bounded and to make or
      cause to be made out plots and certificates of the said division
      fully describing the courses and distances metes and bounds of the
      said several parts or lots and cause the same to be recorded amon-
      -gst the land records of Montgomery County, there to be and remain
      as perpetual testimony testimony of the division of said lands among
      my sons and the children of my deceased son Lloyd Adamson,
      aforesaid. And it is my will and desire that if my personal estate
      shall not be found sufficient to pay my debts and the legacies
      herein described, those holding that part of my real estate which is
      divided into five parts shall pay up the balance each party to pay
      one fifth, those who have legacies to pay as well as those as have none
      And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John Adamson
      Junior sole executor of this my last Will and testament revoking and
      annulling all former Wills by me heretofore made ratifying and confirm
      -ing this and none other to be my last Will and testament.
      In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my
      Seal this tenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand
      eight hundred and twenty eight.
      John Adamson (Seal)
      Signed Sealed Published and delivered by John Adamson, the above
      named testator as and for his last Will and testament in the presence of
      us who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other
      have Subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto.
      Jesse Leach. W _ Janes. Thos Percy -

      Montgomery County to wit, on the 17th day of January 1832 came Jesse Leach
      Willy Janes and Thomas J Percy, all three of the Subscribing Witnesses to
      the written last Will and testament of John Adamson late of said
      County .....deceased and severally made oath on the Holy Evangela

      John Adamson Will page 4 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch
      (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24292-1876-82?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 :
      accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 101 of 280, page 150; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      page 150:
      God that they did see the testator therein named sign and
      seal this Will and that they heard him publish pronounce
      and declare the same to be his last Will and testament
      and that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of
      their apprehension of sound and disposing mind memory
      and understanding and that they respectively Subscribed
      their names to this Will as Witnesses in the presence and at
      the request of the testator and in the presence of each other.
      12 sides 10 words - Certified by - Solomon Holland Reg.
    Died Bef 17 Jan 1832  [7
    Will Filed 17 Jan 1832  Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Person ID I81  My Genealogy
    Last Modified 15 Aug 2015 

    Father Basil ADAMSON,   b. 1728, Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 16 Nov 1785, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 57 years) 
    Mother Nancy SPIERS,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 1747  [8
    Family ID F32  Group Sheet

    Family 1 Sarah BOYD,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married Y  [9
    Children 
    +1. Lloyd ADAMSON,   d. Bef 10 Nov 1828
     2. William ADAMSON,   d. Yes, date unknown
    +3. Keziah ADAMSON,   d. Bef 10 Nov 1828
    +4. Eleanor ADAMSON,   d. Bef 10 Nov 1828
    +5. John ADAMSON, Junior,   b. Abt 1795, Maryland, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jul 1861  (Age ~ 66 years)
    +6. Elisha ADAMSON,   b. Abt 1800,   d. 6 Mar 1844, Montgomery County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 44 years)
     7. Hilleary L. Washington ADAMSON,   b. Abt 1803, Maryland, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2016 
    Family ID F2931  Group Sheet

    Family 2 OWEN,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
    +1. Elizabeth Owen ADAMSON,   b. 1780,   d. 14 Apr 1859  (Age 79 years)
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2016 
    Family ID F2946  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    Final Account by John Adamson, Administrator - Basil Adamson Estate
    Final Account by John Adamson, Administrator - Basil Adamson Estate
    Orphans' Court record - Greenberry Adamson bound to John Adamson, page 1
    Orphans' Court record - Greenberry Adamson bound to John Adamson, page 1
    Orphans' Court record - Greenberry Adamson bound to John Adamson, page 2
    Orphans' Court record - Greenberry Adamson bound to John Adamson, page 2

  • Sources 
    1. [S3998] Maryland, Loyalty Oaths - Revolutionary War - Montgomery County, MD.
      Montgomery County, Maryland, March Court, 1778

      Oath of Fidelity and Support
      "I do sware I do not hold myself bound to yield any Allegience or obedience to the King of Great Britain his heirs or Successors and that I will be true and faithful to the State of Maryland and will to the utmost of my power, Support maintain and defend the Freedom and Independence thereof and the Government as now established against all open enemies and secret and traterous Conspriaces and will use my utmost endeavours to disclose and make known to the Governor or some one of the Judges or Justices thereof all Treasons or Treaterous Consperaces, attempts or Combinations against this State or the Government thereof which may come to my Knowledge so help me God."

      Taken before the Worshipfull GERRARD BRISCOE March 2, 1778 by Basil Adamson and John Adamson, along with many others.

    2. [S3985] Maryland, Montgomery - Orphans' Court proceedings 1779-1810, pages 36-37,image 52 of 152; Greenberry Adamson apprenticeship; https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24279-31038-79?cc=1803986&wc=MDLK-868:146535001,147339301 : accessed 15 Mar 2014.
      {Page 36:

      Greenberry Addamson an orphan aged fifteen years the 29th
      day of October last came into Court and was bound unto
      John Adamson until he arrives to the age of twenty one
      years to learn said orphan to read and write & ____ up
      Accounts and when he arrives to th age of twenty one years

      Page 37:
      to give him a decent suit of clothes & five pounds Currency

      Court adjourns to Court in course
      Court met according to adournment
      April 11th 1786 present Edward Burgess
      Richard Wootton
      ______ Campbell
      Joseph Willson}

    3. [S3893] Maryland, Montgomery - 1790 - roll 3, page 43; line 41; John Adamson head of household; viewed; 27 May 2015.
      {John Adamson, head of household:

      Males under age 16: 2 [Frederick, Lloyd]
      Males 16 and over: 1 [John]
      Females: 3 [Sally, Elizabeth, ?]}

    4. [S3894] Maryland, Montgomery - 1800 - roll 11, District 1; page 39; line 14; John Adamson head of household; viewed; 28 May 2015.
      {John Adamson head of household:
      Males under age 10: 2 [John, Elisha]
      Males age 10-15: 1 [Lloyd]
      Males age 16-25: 1 [Frederick]
      Males age 26 thru 44: [John]
      Females under age 10: 2 [Kesiah, Eleanor]
      Females 16-25: 1 [?]
      Females age 26 thru 44: 1 [Sally]
      Slaves: 4}

    5. [S3897] Maryland, Montgomery - 1810 - roll 14, page 973; line 1; John Adamson; viewed; 29 May 2015.
      {John Adamson head of household:
      Males under age 10: 2 [William, Hilliary]
      Males age 10 thru 15: [John, Elisha]
      Males age 16 thru 25: [Lloyd]
      Males age 45 and over: [John]
      Females under age 10: [?]
      Females age 16 thru 25: [Eleanor]
      Females age 45 and over: [Sally]
      4 slaves}

    6. [S3898] Maryland, Montgomery - 1820 - roll 44, Election District 3; page 566 (handwritten); line 14; John Adamson household; viewed; 30 May 2015.
      {John Adamson head of household:
      Males age 16 thru 18: 1 [Hilleary]
      Males ages 16 thru 25: 3 [Hilleary, William, Elisha]
      Males age 45 and over: 1 [John]
      Females age 45 and over: 1 [Sally]
      6 Slaves: 1 males and 2 females under 14, 1 female age 26 - 44, 1 male and 1 female 45 & older
      6 persons engaged in agriculture

      Note: William & Elizabeth Adamson Prather are living on one side of John and the Sykes Beckwith family is living on the other - Keziah died early and may have been dead by 1820.}

    7. [S3928] Maryland, Montgomery - Accounts, Inventories, Wills, 1831-1833, Vol S; pages 147-150; John Adamson Will; images 99-101, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24292-1954-85?cc=1803986&wc=SNYC-SPJ:146535001,146726601.
      {John Adamson Will, page 1 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24292-1622-33?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 : accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 99 of 280, page 147; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      John Adamson will, 1832, Montgomery County, MD, transcribed by Carol Adamson Voiles:

      In the name of God Amen. I John Adamson, of Montgomery
      County and State Maryland being weak of body but of sound
      mind disposing memory and understanding do make this my
      last Will and testament in manner and form following that is to say
      First and principally I commit my soul into the hand of almighty
      God and my to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of
      my Executor hereinafter named and after my debts and funeral
      charges are paid I devise and bequeath as follows _ That is to say
      I give to my beloved wife Sally Adamson, the use profits and income
      of all my estate both real and personal during her natural life
      and after her decease, the whole of my personal property to be sold
      by my executor hereinafter named and the proceeds thereof distributed
      as hereinafter directed _ I give to Elizabeth O Prather, wife of

      John Adamson Will, pages 2 & 3 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24292-1627-96?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 : accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 100 of 280, pages 148-149; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      William Prather, Fifty dollars. I give to the children of my
      deceased daughter Kezia Beckwith, Fifty dollars to be equally
      divided among them. I give and bequeath unto my Grand
      daughters Eliza Ann Duley, and Emily Duley, children of
      my deceased daughter Eleanor Duly, each one hundred
      dollars. I give and bequeath to my two sons Elisha Adamson,
      and Hilleary S. W. Adamson, each one hundred dollars.
      I give to my son William Adamson, my surveying instruments,
      and if I should part with them before my death, I give him fifty
      dollars in place thereof. I give and bequeath to my brother Frederick
      Adamson Fifty dollars. I give to William W. Beckwith, John A.
      Beckwith, Amelia Beckwith, Lucy Beckwith, Ann Beckwith, Heny
      Beckwith, and Robert C. Beckwith, the children of my deceased
      daughter Kezia Beckwith, to them their heirs and assigns forever
      all my right title claim and interest in and to the land
      lying on the north West and West side of the main road
      as it now runs between the plantation on which I now reside
      and that whereon Sykes Beckwith did reside, at his decease
      known by the name of "Paradise" Paradise enlarged" and
      Magruders Hazard" I devise and bequeath all the rest and
      residue of my personal estate to be divided into five equal parts
      one fifth part thereof I give to the children of my deceased
      son Lloyd Adamson, namely John S. Adamson, Sarah
      E. Adamson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert
      L. Adamson and Leonidas Adamson, to be equally divided
      among them share and share alike, the other four fifths I give
      to my four sons John Adamson, Junior, Elisha Adamson,
      William Adamson, and Hilleary S. W. Adamson, in equal
      portions share and share like _ I devise and bequeath all the
      rest and residue of my lands, to the six children of my deceased
      son Lloyd Adamson, namely John S. Adamson, Sarah E.
      Adamson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert L.
      Adamson & Leonidas Adamson, and my four sons John Ad-
      amson, Junior Elizha Adamson, William Adamson and Hilleary
      L.W. Adamson, to them their heirs and assigns forever, to be divided
      by my two sons John Adamson Jr and Elisha Adamson, in the
      following manner. they shall divide all the residue of my lands
      not herein before devised into five parts, in such manner that
      they shall be equall in value according to quality and quantity
      except that one of the said five parts, shall not be equal in
      value to the other four by the advantage average value of twenty
      acres of land, and shall by the heirs lay adjoining and contig
      -uous to the lands now held by the heirs of my deceased son

      page 149:
      Lloyd Adamson, and when they shall have made such division
      they shall give Hilleary S.W. Adamson the first choice of the four parts
      which are of equal value. William Adamson, the second choice of said
      parts. Elisha Adamson, the third choice of said parts and John Adam -
      -son Junior the remaining part of the said For which are of equal
      value. The other part which is not of equal value with the rest and
      to adjoin the lands belonging to the heirs of my deceased son Lloyd
      Adamson to fall to them namely John S Adamson, Sarah E Ada-
      -mson, Narcissa Adamson, Walter H. Adamson, Robert L. Adamson
      and Leonidas Adamson, in equal portions, share and share alike.
      And I do hereby direct that my executor hereinafter to be named
      at the proper cost and expence of all interested, shall carefully survey
      or cause to be surveyed and laid off the said parts so as aforesaid
      and the same to have marked and bounded and to make or
      cause to be made out plots and certificates of the said division
      fully describing the courses and distances metes and bounds of the
      said several parts or lots and cause the same to be recorded amon-
      -gst the land records of Montgomery County, there to be and remain
      as perpetual testimony testimony of the division of said lands among
      my sons and the children of my deceased son Lloyd Adamson,
      aforesaid. And it is my will and desire that if my personal estate
      shall not be found sufficient to pay my debts and the legacies
      herein described, those holding that part of my real estate which is
      divided into five parts shall pay up the balance each party to pay
      one fifth, those who have legacies to pay as well as those as have none
      And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John Adamson
      Junior sole executor of this my last Will and testament revoking and
      annulling all former Wills by me heretofore made ratifying and confirm
      -ing this and none other to be my last Will and testament.
      In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my
      Seal this tenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand
      eight hundred and twenty eight.
      John Adamson {Seal}
      Signed Sealed Published and delivered by John Adamson, the above
      named testator as and for his last Will and testament in the presence of
      us who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other
      have Subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto.
      Jesse Leach. W _ Janes. Thos Percy -

      Montgomery County to wit, on the 17th day of January 1832 came Jesse Leach
      Willy Janes and Thomas J Percy, all three of the Subscribing Witnesses to
      the written last Will and testament of John Adamson late of said
      County .....deceased and severally made oath on the Holy Evangela

      John Adamson Will page 4 "Maryland, Register of Wills Books, 1629-1999," images, FamilySearch
      (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24292-1876-82?cc=1803986&wc=MDLJ-4ZQ:146535001,146726601 :
      accessed 15 Mar 2014), Montgomery > Accounts, inventories, wills 1831-1833 vol S > image 101 of 280, page 150; citing Hall of Records, Annapolis.

      page 150:
      God that they did see the testator therein named sign and
      seal this Will and that they heard him publish pronounce
      and declare the same to be his last Will and testament
      and that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of
      their apprehension of sound and disposing mind memory
      and understanding and that they respectively Subscribed
      their names to this Will as Witnesses in the presence and at
      the request of the testator and in the presence of each other.
      12 sides 10 words - Certified by - Solomon Holland Reg.}


    8. [S3986] Adamson Book - A.P. Adamson, page 7.

    9. [S3896] Discussion List - Baldwin - 1997 post, Migna Stivers; James Baldwin, MD; 17 September 1997; 29 May 2015; 17 Sept 1997; http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/BALDWIN/1997-09/0874482841.
      {This is what I have. Any connections?? Would appreciate corrections or
      additions.
      Minga Stivers
      Descendants of James Baldwin

      Generation No. 1

      1. JAMES2 BALDWIN (JOHN1). He married MARY TYLER 20 January 1713/14,
      daughter of ROBERT TYLER and SUSANNAH DUVALL.

      Notes for JAMES BALDWIN:
      Refer to The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland by
      J.D. Warfield; 1967; Regional Publishing Company, Baltimore, p.158-9.
      Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD Gene. Society

      Notes for MARY TYLER:
      Wallace James Hartshorn
      1011 Hoechester Ln
      Springfield, IL 62707-8633
      United States
      217-585-0073 

      Children of JAMES BALDWIN and MARY TYLER are:
      2.i.SUSAN3 BALDWIN.
      ii.JOHN BALDWIN.
      iii.JAMES BALDWIN.
      iv.THOMAS BALDWIN.
      v.TYLER BALDWIN.
      vi.MARY BALDWIN.

      Generation No. 2

      2. SUSAN3 BALDWIN (JAMES2, JOHN1). She married JOHN BOYD III 08 May 1734,
      son of JOHN BOYD and ELINOR FITZREDMOND.

      Notes for SUSAN BALDWIN:
      Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD Gene. Society

      Notes for JOHN BOYD III:
      Side-Lights on Maryland History with Sketches of Early Maryland Families by
      Hester Dorsey Richardson; 1967 (originally pubished 1913); Genealogical
      Publishing Company, Baltimore, p.270; A Family History - Boyds and
      Connected Families p.672-673

      Children of SUSAN BALDWIN and JOHN BOYD are:
      3.i.SARAH4 BOYD.
      ii.BENJAMIN BOYD.
      iii.JOHN BOYD.
      iv.ABRAHAM BOYD.
      v.WILLIAM BOYD.
      vi.MARY BOYD.
      vii.MARGARET BOYD.
      viii.MARCELLA BOYD.
      ix.ELINOR BOYD.
      x.ANN BOYD.

      Generation No. 3

      3. SARAH4 BOYD (SUSAN3 BALDWIN, JAMES2, JOHN1). She married JOHN ADAMSON,
      son of BASIL ADAMSON and NANCY SPIERS.
      Notes for JOHN ADAMSON:
      The Submitter for Volume 6, Tree 0017 provided the following contact
      address:
      CARLTON ADAMSON
      1519 GARY AVENUE
      NEDERLAND, TX 77627-3966
      History of Western Maryland p.657. Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD
      Gene. Society

      Child of SARAH BOYD and JOHN ADAMSON is:
      4.i.KEZIAH5 ADAMSON, d. 1816.

      Generation No. 4

      4. KEZIAH5 ADAMSON (SARAH4 BOYD, SUSAN3 BALDWIN, JAMES2, JOHN1) died 1816.
      She married SYKES BECKWITH 26 January 1801, son of WILLIAM BECKWITH and
      LUCY WATSON.

      Notes for KEZIAH ADAMSON:
      The Submitter for Volume 6, Tree 0017 provided the following contact
      address:
      CARLTON ADAMSON
      1519 GARY AVENUE
      NEDERLAND, TX 77627-3966
      Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD Gene. Society

      Notes for SYKES BECKWITH:
      Notes from Donald Osborn, 2339 Saulsbury Road, Muscatine,IA 52761, phone:
      319-263-2036.

      Children of KEZIAH ADAMSON and SYKES BECKWITH are:
      5.i.ROBERT OWEN6 BECKWITH, b. Abt. 1816; d. 1879.
      ii.WIILIAM BECKWITH.
      iii.LUCY BECKWITH.
      iv.NANCY BECKWITH.
      v.JOHN BECKWITH.
      vi.HENRY BECKWITH.

      Generation No. 5

      5. ROBERT OWEN6 BECKWITH (KEZIAH5 ADAMSON, SARAH4 BOYD, SUSAN3 BALDWIN,
      JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1816, and died 1879. He married DOROTHY ANN
      BELT 06 February 1841.

      Notes for ROBERT OWEN BECKWITH:
      Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking A Brief Historical Sketch of
      Burtonsville, Maryland plus Genealogical Data of over 100 Area Families by
      Elizabeth M. Lord; 1978; Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, p.59. 
      Correspondence with Donald Osborne, 2339 Saulsbury Road, Muscatine,IA
      52761, phone:
      319-263-2036. Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD Gene. Society

      Notes for DOROTHY ANN BELT:
      Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking A Brief Historical Sketch of
      Burtonsville, Maryland plus Genealogical Data of over 100 Area Families by
      Elizabeth M. Lord; 1978; Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, p.59. 
      Correspondence with Donald Osborne. Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD
      Gene. Society

      Children of ROBERT BECKWITH and DOROTHY BELT are:
      6.i.FRANCES P.7 BECKWITH, b. Abt. 1840, MD; d. 19 April 1918, Fairland,
      MD.
      ii.JOSEPH BECKWITH.

      Generation No. 6

      6. FRANCES P.7 BECKWITH (ROBERT OWEN6, KEZIAH5 ADAMSON, SARAH4 BOYD,
      SUSAN3 BALDWIN, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1840 in MD, and died 19 April
      1918 in Fairland, MD. She married EDWARD H. BRIGGS 28 May 1861 in MD, son
      of WILLIAM BRIGGS and HENRIETTA THOMAS.

      Notes for FRANCES P. BECKWITH:
      Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking A Brief Historical Sketch of
      Burtonsville, Maryland plus Genealogical Data of over 100 Area Families by
      Elizabeth M. Lord; 1978; Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, p.59. 
      Correspondence with Donald Osborne, 2339 Saulsbury Road, Muscatine,IA
      52761, phone:
      319-263-2036. Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD Gene. Society

      Notes for EDWARD H. BRIGGS:
      Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking A Brief Historical Sketch of
      Burtonsville, Maryland plus Genealogical Data of over 100 Area Families by
      Elizabeth M. Lord; 1978; Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, p.59. 
      Correspondence with Donald Osborne. Correspondence with Montgomery Co. MD
      Gene. Society

      Children of FRANCES BECKWITH and EDWARD BRIGGS are:
      i.***JOSEPH ARTHUR8 BRIGGS, b. 15 November 1870, MD; d. 1934, Rockville
      (Montgomery) MD; m. HENRIETTA AGNES GLOVER, 10 February 1900, MD.

      Notes for JOSEPH ARTHUR BRIGGS:
      The names of the children came from James Wesley Stivers and may be
      incorrect, still need to check 1910 and 1920 census on this family.
      Burtonsville Heritage Genealogically Speaking A Brief Historical Sketch of
      Burtonsville, Maryland plus Genealogical Data of over 100 Area Families by
      Elizabeth M. Lord; 1978; Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, p.59. 
      Correspondence with Donald Osborne

      ii.CHARLES EDWARD BRIGGS, b. 03 September 1863; d. 02 December 1910.
      iii.SAMUEL T. BRIGGS, b. 05 July 1866; m. ADA B. PETLETT, 23 December
      1885.
      iv.WILLIAM ROBERT BRIGGS, b. October 1869; d. 29 March 1870.
      v.CLARA EMMA BRIGGS, b. 01 January 1875; d. 01 December 1959; m. FRANCIS
      BREWER MUSGROVE, 23 December 1891.
      vi.MARY BIRDIE BRIGGS, b. 27 August 1878.
      vii.WILLIAM FLODO BRIGGS, b. 11 June 1881; d. 09 January 1975; m. RACHEAL
      A. EARP, 27 January 1909.}


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