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Metes and bounds descriptions of land tracts surveyed under Francis Jenckins during his tenure as Deputy Surveyor of Somerset County, 1671-1683.

Transcribed by Dr. G. Ray Thompson, Ph.D., Salisbury, Maryland, 2005

Introduction - by John F. Polk, Ph.D.
The Somerset County Warrants Book of Francis Jenckins is actually not a warrants book at all, but primarily a surveyor’s record book. Its principal contents are some 700 metes and bounds descriptions of land tracts surveyed under Francis Jenckins during his tenure as Deputy Surveyor of Somerset County, 1671-1683. In addition, the volume also contains the following items: 14 Surveys made by James Weedon, Deputy Surveyor of Somerset, in 1670-71, store Accounts from Francis Jenckins business in Accomac County, Virginia, 1655-1662, list of patented properties in Somerset, and rents due the Proprietor, in 1685, several items of minor import.

Records 1-100

Assignment Of Land To:

Land Name

Total Acres

Topographical Features: Waterways
and Neighboring Properties

Date & Page Number

John Rhodes Sr. 

Rehoboth 

300 

Seaside near south of Delaware 

January 15, 1670, p. 1a 

Mauris Lister 

Mauris Hooke 

290 

Pocomoke Bay on north side of sd Bay 

February 8, 1670, p. 1b 

John Freeman 

Acton 

300 

North side of River on Eastern Shore 

March 26, 1671, p. 2a 

John Hilliard 

Coventry 

200 

Pocomoke River; Pocquarterton 

March 16,1670, p. 2b 

Henry Smith, Sr. 

Bogerternorton ? 

500 

Boqueternorton Bay 

June 2,1671, p. 3a 

William Stevens 

Wiltsheere 

600 

Boqueternorton Creek 

June 12, 1671, p. 3b 

George Croiser ? 

Saborn/Sabrom? 

200 

Pocomoke 

April 10, 1671, p. 4a 

James Coade 

100 

[blank] 1671, p. 4b 

James Coade 

Nassoatucks 

300 

Pocomoke R 

[blank] 1671, p. 5a 

?

p. 5b

Daniel Browne 

Brothers? Choice 

300 

Seaside of Delaware Bay 

July 15, 1671, p. 6a 

John Collison [note: Collison never paid for the survey.] 

Black Walnut __? 

300 

Sea Side Delaware Bay..on sea beach..surveyed for Daniel Browne 

July 15, 1671, p. 6b 

Manor of [Nanticoke?] 

6000 

Nanticoke River…Broad Creek 

March 22, 1674 [?], p. 1 

Manor of Somerset ? 

Pyne Point 

6000 

South Side of Rockiawakin River…TondaTanke Creeke 

March 17, 1673/4, p. 1 

William Keene signed by Mr. William Stevens 

Keenes Lott 

300 

Wicomico River 

August 14, 1672, p. p. 2 

Randall Revell Sr. 

Nowant 

300 

“seating of the seaside and Delaware Bay”…whorekill creeke or Indian C….Pagan Creek… 

January 10, 1671, p. 3 

William Thompson 

[name blank] warrant information is crossed out and the following phrase: ‘It void it is null its not returned; the man’s a fool and the things adjourned] 

No acreage listed 

South Cape of Delaware Bay 

January [?] 1671, p. 3 

Robert Catlin Sr. 

Long Hope 

300 

Instructions for seating the Sea Side of Delaware Bay…Indian Neck 

January 20, 1671, p. 4 

Robert Catlin Jr. 

Long Acre 

800/ or 300 (says both) 

“seating the Sea Side and Delaware Bay” …in the Whorekill in a neck of land called Indian Neck 

January 10, 1671, p. 4 

William Thompson, merchant 

“The Friendship” 

1000 

North of a Bay now called Rehoboth Bay …..mouth of a small creek called Island Creeke 

[?] 1671, p. 5 

John White, gentleman 

North Petherton -marked through Note: Returned 

--- 

Sea Side of Whorekill Creek 

May 8, 1672, p. 5 

Christopher Nutter, planter 

Nutters Adventure 

550 

‘in the neck of land known by the name of Quantico”…running down Quantico Creek 

August 14, 1672, p. 6 

John Westlock, planter 

Second Purchase 

300 

South Side of Wicomico River 

August 8, 1672, p. 6 

John Hill, planter 

Hills Folly 

150 

South Side of Back Creek near mouth of Annemessex River 

August 15, 1672, p. 7 

William Scott, Taylor 

Scotts Lott 

100 

South Side of Pocomoke River about 2 miles backe in the woods from the ---oovelling House of one Robert Hulse 

September 13, 1672, p. 7 

Andrew Gundry 

Gundry’s Delight 

300 

“near the Whorekill Creeke 

April 23, 1672, p. 9 

Charles Spense 

CROSSED OUT

“for seating the SeaSide and Delaware Bay…on western side of Delaware Bay at head of Slaughter Creeke 

April 23, 1672, p. 9 

Charles Prouse 

Prouses Recovery 

300 

North side of a small creek called Slaughter Creek 

April 12, 1672, p. 11 

George Seale 

Sealy’s Delight 

300 

North Side of Prime Hook… on n. side of Slaughter Creeke running up Dellaware Bay 

April 13, 1672,p. 11 

James Butler 

Newington Green 

300 

“Seating of the Sea Side and Delaware Bay..north side of Prime Hook 

April 23, 1672, p. 13 

William Courtier 

Cheve Chase 

300 

“Seating of Sea Side and Delaware Bay 

April 23, 1672, p. 13 

Matthew Wilson 

Staneham (?) 

300 

Near Prime Hook on nw side of a branch called Nottingham 

April 23, 1672, p. 15 

William Winsmore 

Pipe Elme 

300 (?) 

“Seating the Sea Side and Delaware Bay” 

April 23, 1672, p. 15 

…ard Jones 

(Too dark to read) 

600 

Nanticoke River 

1674, p. 16 

William Stevens 

1000 

October 24, 1679, p. 15 

List

Basing

1050

Randall Michell 

400 

Att the head of the Damme 

0350 

Francis Jenckins Spring Hill 

1000 

Lieut. John Winder 

0110 

Exchange old for new 

Lieut. John Winder 

0046 

Exchange old for new 

Daniel Hast 

0650 

Exchange old for new 

William Planner 

0150 

Thomas Sewell 

0100 

Phillip Hammon 

0500 

Returned to him 

John Kirbie 

0200 

Returned per ye Esq. 

James Round Sussex 

0500 

Returned per ye Esq 

Yorkshire 

0400 

Returned per ye esq 

Thomas Humphreys 

0050 

William Ellgate 

0100 

John Shipway 

0250 

Samuell Long 

0100 

Thomas Cole 

0150 

Benjamin Cottman 

0050 

Stephen Horsey 

0150 

Mr. William Brereton 

0250 

Henry Smith Ilchester 

0500 

Ditto Smith Smith’s ____? 

0100 

Ditto Hartlebury 

0150 

Ditto Smith’s Resolve 

0300 

Lazarus Mattox 

0500 

Elizabeth Davis 

0030 

William Prentice 

Prentice’s Second Choice 

300 

Seating of the Sea Side and Delaware Bay …north side of Slaughter Creeke 

June 20, 1672, p. 16 

Daniel Brown, planter 

Charingcross 

300 

Seating of the Sea Side and Delaware Bay ….north of Indian Neck at Randall Revell’s thence running down Pagan Creek ….to Robert Catlin’s 

May 20, 1672, p. 16 

Richard Pattee (Pattes?) of the Whorekill, planter 

Pattee’s Choice (marked through) Sevrne (written in margin) 

300 

Seating of the Sea Side…being neere the Whorekill at Indian Neck 

May 3, 1672, p. 17 

Henry Smith 

Liederin (?) 

1500 

West side of Delaware Bay ….Slaughter Creeke…. 

May ?, 1672, p. 18 

Henry Smith , gentleman 

Perchase 

600 

Creek called Whorekill…to Pagan Creek 

May 7. 1672, p. 18 

Richard Kimball 

Partner’s Choice 

300 

Near the whorekill…on nw side of a creek called Ron ? Creek 

May 20, 1672, p. 17 

Alexander Draper 

Long Acre (being an island in a marsh) 

100 

Annemessix River 

October 4, 1673, p. 19 

Alexander Draper, gentleman 

Ame….(amity?) 

900 

South side of a river called Mannonnikin (later Manokin) 

October 4, 1673, p. 19 

James Jones, gentleman 

Long Acre 

200 

On a river named Wicomico on the north side of the river 

October 30, 1673, p. 20 

Edward Southerne 

Horsey’s Bayliwicke 

250 

South side of the creek known by the name of Rocawalkin 

October 8, 1673, p. 20 

Capt. Thomas Jones, gentleman 

Friend’s Chance 

300 

Mannokin C. and Indian Neck… 

October 4, 1673, p. 21 

Francis Benson, cooper 

Benson’s Lott 

100 

East side of Chesapeake Bay near Pocomoke R. at the head of Prine’s Creek on s. side of a branch … 

October 20, 1673, p. 21 

Robert Ridgely of St. Mary’s, gentleman 

Friends Choice 

800 

On the Sea side near south cape of Delaware Bay 

October 2, 1673, p. 22 

Thomas Shilleto planter 

Gravesend 

300 

East side of Chesapeake Bay, near ye mouth of Manokin River on ye north side of ye said river bounded as followeth….begining at a marked hiclory flowing on the easternmost side of an island (formerly called Devils Island) on the south part of ye said island…. 

November 20, 1673, p. 22 

Cornelius Johnson and Henry Harmon and John Hilliard Lott full and Thomas Willis [in the document Cornelius Johnson is marked through leaving only John Hilliard , planter as the assignee 

New Found Halle (?) 

200 

Eastside Chesapeake Bay on the north side of Pocomoke River about five miles …near Indian Towne called Parrahowkon 

December 10, 1673, p. 23 

William Brittingham, planter 

Ye Adventure 

100 

East side of Chesapeake Bay on south side of Pocomoke River about 2 miles from the River …beginning at a marked oke standing upon ye divisional line run between Maryand and Virginia…now called Unpassable Branch 

January 10, 1673/4, p. 23 

James Dashiell, gentleman 

Wolfe Trappe Neck 

50 

Eastern side of Chesapeake Bay on the South Side of Nanticoke River 

November 20, 1673, p. 24 

Leonard Jones 

Ticknell 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River about 2 miles in the woods from Wetipquen Creek near a place called Tyaskin 

[n.d..] 1673, p. 24 

Thomas Shiles, planter 

Hogg Quarter 

50 

North side of Wicomico River about a mile in the woods 

November 20, 1673, p. 25 

Thomas Cox, planter 

Cox’s Choice 

100 

South side of Wicomico River about a mile in ye woods 

[??] 1673, p. 25 

Henry Smith, gentleman 

Mount Hope 

800 

North side of Pocomoke R. about 3 miles in ye woods 

December 10, 1673, p. 26 

Henry Smith, gentleman 

Smith’s Chance 

150 

North side of Pocomoke R about 4 miles in the woods beginning at a marked red oke standing upon a poyhnt of land between two savannas 

Dec. [?] 1673, p. 26 

Henry Smith gentleman 

Mitten 

300 

North side of Pocomoke R. in a neck of land known by the name of Nassawatux ….next to a parcel of land formerly surveyed for George Evans..and formerly land of Capt Daniel Jenifer 

December [?] 1673, p. 27 

Henry Smith, gentleman 

Oke Hill 

200 

North side of Pocomoke R. about 4 miles in woods from the river 

December 1673, p. 27 

John White, gentleman 

Curtiss 

500 

North side of Pocomoke R. about three mils above the north west branch of the river…small creek named Rock Creeke 

March 20,. 1672, p. 28 

John King, gentleman 

King’s Chase 

100 

Near Manokin River on the south side of the said river being back in the woods from the river…formerly surveyed for Alexander Draper 

February 2, 1673, p. 28 

Henry Smith, gentleman 

Chance 

90 

Manokin River on the south side …a neck of land called Indian Neck. Formerly surveyed for Samuel Price..and land formerly surveyed for Richard Ackworth… 

July 12, 1673, p. 29 

Charles Ballard, gentleman 

Partners Choice 

250 

Near Manokin River on south side about 3 miles back in ye woods 

March 2, 1673/4, p. 29 

David Spence, planter 

Spence’s Choice 

250 

North side of Rockiawalking River formerly surveyed for Mrs. Layton 

March 12, 1673/4, p. 30 

Robert Hardy, planter 

Barber’s Addition 

50 

North side of Rockiawakin River ….formerly surveyed by William Ellgate… 

March 12, 1673/4, p. 30 

Thomas Cox, carpenter 

Cox’s Choice 

150 

South side of Wicomico River…land about a mile in the woods, formerly David Spences… 

March 12, 1673/4, p. 31 

Nathaniel Veasey, planter 

Bermudas Hundred 

200 

Seaboard side about 3 miles backing the woods…on the side of Swansicut Creeke formerly surveyed for Lt. Coll. William Baits (?) 

April 6, 1674, p. 32 

John Freeman planter 

The Good Will 

150 

North side of Pocomoke River on a neck of land known by the name of Acquintica about 2 miles from the said river 

[?] 1674[?], p. 31 

William Collins of the colony of Virginia planter 

Speedwell 

300 

Seaboard side about 3 miles back in the woods …on the right side of Swansicut Creeke near land surveyed for Nathaniel Veasey 

April 8, 1674, p. 32 

Thomas Holbrook, planter and John Hollan 

Evesham 

500 

North side of Rockawalkin River near the head of the said river….fresh water run called Little Creeke 

March 3, 1673, p. 33 

Francis Roberts, planter 

Second Purchase 

250 

South side of Wicomico River…on the westernmost side of a small creek called Dashiells Creeke…near land surveyed for Thomas Cox …land formerly surveyed for William Thomas of Virginia. 

March 12, 1673, p 34 

Thomas Roe, planter 

Benjar 

500 

North side of Rockiawalking River near the head of the said river, land surveyed the same day for Thomas Holbrook and John Hollan 

March 12, 1673, p. 33 

Nehemiah Covington 

Contention 

50 

North side of Wicomico Creek…near land surveyed for Richard Shore…land formerly surveyed for Robert Ingram 

March 12, 1673/4, p. 34 

Daniel Selby 

Parker’s Delight 

200 

On the seaboard side on the west side of Swansico Creeke near a parcel of land surveyed for Capt Daniel Jenifer in Virginia upon the divisional line 

167?, p. 35 

Robert Houston, planter 

Second Choice 

100 

South of the Pocomoke River about three miles in the woods in a neck of land known by the name of the for[?] neck…beaver dam 

March 30, 1674, p. 35 

David Browne, planter 

Gullets Devisement 

100 

South side of Manokin River about 2 miles in the woods near land surveyed for Capt Thomas Jones 

January 8, 1673, p. 36 

George Johnson, gentleman 

Hopkins Destiny 

50 

On northern side of Annemessex River at ye mouth. 

February 20, 1673, p. 36 

Richard Cary, planter 

White als Swamp 

100 

At the head of the main branch of Money Creeke about 2 miles in the woods 

March 12, 1673, p. 37 

William Woodgate 

Ware 

300 

South side of Nanticoke River. ….standing on the point of land called Roaring Point House near a parcel of lane called Harford formerly surveyed for Charles Huchings thence to .. land formerly surveyed for William Woodgate and Richard Raymond 

May 25, 1674, p. 37 

William Woodgate 

St. Albans 

200 

On south side of Nanticoke River at Samsoon Gut 

May 25, 1674, p. 38 

George Betts, planter 

Second Purchase 

250 

South Side of Pocomoke River at Forked Neck .King’s Creek 

March 27, 1674, p. 38 

George Betts, planter 

The Lodge 

200 

In Forked Neck on the south side of Pocomoke River…Betting Branch 

March 27, 1674, p. 39 

John Laws, planter 

Good Will 

300 

South side of Pocomoke River…land of George Carter 

March 7, 1674, p. 40 

John Carter, planter 

Carters Lott 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River on the eastside of a branched now called Dividing Creek near the head of Prime Creeke and near land surveyed for George Betts House at unpassable creeke 

March 27, 1674, p. 39 

Peter Parsons, planter 

Spittle Fields 

100 

North side of Wicomico Creeke … land formerly surveyed for Maj. Gen. Richard Bennet …on east side of a creek called Back Creeke branch 

[no date], p. 40 

Thomas Purnell, planter [to be endorsed to Richard Hollan] 

Purnell’s Adventure 

200 

On seaboard side near Mattapany about two miles in the woods by land formerly surveyed for Major William Wales (?) House 

April 6, 1674, p. 41 

Thomas Purnell, planter 

Mattapany Marsh 

200 

Seaboard side on the east side Mattapany Creeke formerly surveyed for Edward and John Smalley adjacent to property surveyed for Thomas Purnell 

April 6, 1674, p. 41 

Daniel Selby, planter 

Bantry 

1400 

Seaboard side near Mattapany Creek …from land of Edward and John Smalley ….near land of John Peale 

April 16, 1674, p. 42 

George Hamlin, planter 

George’s Marsh 

50 

Seaboard side near Mattapany Creeke divided from the marsh of Thomas Purnell… …small creeke called Donirall’s Creeke…near Daniel Selby 

April 6, 1674, p. 42 

John Peale [the son of John Peale deceased] of Somerset County 

Ceader Grove 

300 

Seaboard side near Mattapany Creeke near a small creek called Damme Creeke, near Daniel Selby’s line, 

April 1, 1674, p. 43 

Maurice Lister, planter [now done for Walter Lane afsd to WilliamManlove 

Maurice Downes [?] 

50 

North side of Pocomoke Bay near property called Maurice’s Hope… 

167?, p. 43 

Edward Smith, gentleman 

Charlton 

200 

Seaboard side near Mobjack Bay about two miles in the woods 

September 8, 1674, p. 44 

Robert Richardson, gentleman 

Husborn Torrent [Husband’s Torrent] 

450 

Seaboard side near Assateague River by a small creeke called Crooked Creeke …to beaver dam branch 

November 12, 1675 p. 44 

Daniell Quillaine (land granted to John Hilliard, surveyor) 

New Yeares Gift 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River about two miles in the woods ….near an Indian Path that goes up the said river to Askiminikonson 

September 8, 1674 p. 45 

Thomas Jones, gentleman 

Gadds Hill 

500 

South side of Pocomoke River and on east side of Jones Creek…near a landing by a cypress Swamp 

November 6, 1674 p. 45 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Genezar 

2200 

Seaboard site near Boqueternorton between Assateague River and a bay called Sinepuxent Neck 

August 1,1674 p. 46 

John Squires 

Warwicke 

200 

South side of Nanticoke River 

June 16, 1674 

William Ellgate, planter (appears that planter is crossed out) 

Hattalah 

150 

North side Cuttimoco about two miles back in the woods ….land formerly owned by William Keene 

September 26, 1674, p. 47 

William Elgate 

Michell’s Lott; Resurveyed and now called Dear’s Lott 

96 

Northside of Cuttimoco River on easternmost side of a small creek called Keenes near land formerly surveyed for William Keene…land formerly surveyed for Robert Handy.. 

September 26, 1674, p 47 

William Stevens, gentleman 

Jeshamon 

300 

South side of Nanticoke River, about 2 miles from the said river…eastern side of a branch called Pomicham 

August 1, 1674 p. 48 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Gosh Shaman 

900 

South side of Nanticoke River at a neck known by the name of Quantico…..near land formerly surveyed for Thomas Shiles 

August 1, 1674, p. 48 

Robert Collier 

Backetts Tenetts (?) 

200 

South side of Nanticoke River about 2 miles from the said river. ..westernmost side of Pomecham Branch…Pomichan Landing to land formerly surveyed for Thomas Walker 

September 15, 1674, p. 49 

Robert Collier [void written under acreage] 

[blank where name should be] 

150 

South side of Nanticoke River by land formerly surveyed for Stephen Cannon on the north side of Wetipquen Creek ( at the head of the said land) to branch called Jackson’s Branch 

n.d. 167[?] p. 49 

[Robert Collier crossed out and Lewis Jones written in 

Coven Garden 

200 

South side of Nanticoke River by land formerly surveyed for Thomas Waller on south side of Quantico 

December 16, 1675, p. 50 

James Jones, gentleman 

Egypt 

200 

South side of Nanticoke River ….land already surveyed for Samuel Simms… Quantico Creek… 

October 25, 1674, p. 50 

John Evans, planter 

Monmouth 

300 

South side of Nanticoke River…north side of Quantico Creek…land formerly surveyed for Mr. William Stevens 

October 20, 1674 p. 51

John Bosman [dd Lazarus Mattux 7ber Court, 1675.] 

Leverton 

220 

South side of Pocomoke River…on north side of unpassable branch north of Forked Neck near the Divisional Line run between Maryland and Virginia…near land surveyed for John Law…land formerly surveyed for John Parker 

November 6, 1674 p. 51 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Winter Quarter 

300 

South Side of Pocomoke River…about 2 miles from Nasswattux 

August 1, 1674, p. 52 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

The Line Lott 

50 

South side of Pocomoke River where divisional line runs between Maryland and Virginia crosseth the said river …to the land of Robert Houlston… 

August 1, 1675, p. 52 

Henry Hall, planter 

Midleton 

300 

On seaboard side near Boquertenorton about 3 miles back in the woods…by a branch known as Assawoman …land surveyed for Samuel Jones 

August 28, 1675 p. 53 

Samuel Jones, planter 

Jones His Choice 

600 

Seaboard side near Boqueternorton about 3 miles back in the woods, …land formerly surveyed by Henry Bishop Senior 

August 28, 1674, p. 53 

Richard Ackworth 

Ackworth’s Contrivance 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River north side of a branch called Rewastico Branch 

February 25, 1674 p. 54 

Daniel Donahoo, planter 

Danniels Denn 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River in a creek called Morumsco near the mouth of the said creek …near Maurice’s Island …a gut known by the name of Wolfs Gut 

March 1, 1674/5, p. 54 

George Hasford 

Not completed 

[ n. d.]p. 55 

John Bosman [dd into ye hand of Lazarus Mattux 7ber 1675). 

Contention 

100 

South side of Manokin River near land surveyed for James Caine called Caine’s choice about a mile and half back in the woods from the river 

November 6, 1674, p. 56 

Nehemiah Covington, planter 

Whitemarsh 

100 

North side of Great Manny Creek bounded near property surveyed for Covington called Covington’s Vineyard 

February 25, 1674, p. 57 

James Mills, gentleman 

An island of broken land and marsh called Accompsick Island 

250 

O seaboard side near Boqueternorton …to a point of land owned by Robert Johnson….to a point of land belonging to Stephen Barns 

April 9, 1675, p. 58 

William Ellgate 

Munsteley 

354 

North side of Rockawalkin River near Cottinghams Creeke….formerly surveyed by Samuel Jackson….formerly surveyed by David Spence… 

Feb. 12, 1674, p. 57 

James Mills, gentleman 

Timber Island 

725 

Seaboard side near Mattapany …from the land of Thomas Purnell 

April 9, 1675, p. 58 

Charles Ratcliffe of Accomack county planter 

Charles’ His Choice 

100 

Seaboard side near Assateague …. On the westernmost of the south end of an Island commonly called Assateague Island 

March 5, 1674, p. 59 

Charles Ratcliffe, of Accomack County, Planter 

Ratcliffe’s Adventure 

200 

Seaboard side near Assateague on the westernmost side of Mobjack Bay …at a beaver dam… 

March 1, 1674/5, p.59 

John Pope, planter 

Roome (Rome) 

100 

Seaboard side near boqueternorton about three miles back in the woods from ye water side…land formerly surveyed for Samuel Jones… 

March 15, 1674/5 , p.60 

Somerset County (land for the use of the county) 

Ilchester 

50 

Near the head of Manokin River about 3 miles back in the woods from ye said river, a branch of the river called Smith’s Branch 

April 6, 1675, p. 60 

David Browne, gentleman 

Desert 

100 

Near Manokin River about 3 miles back in the woods from ye said river at a place formerly called Pocquacason’s…former survey of Christopher Nutter 

April 19, 1675, p. 61 

Coll. Samuel Smith, gent. 

Second Choice 

300 

Head of main branch of Wiccomoco River 

April 19,1675. p. 61 

Thomas Walker 

North Fordland 

300 

An island called Devils Island between the mouth of Manokin and Wiccomoco Rivers near land formerly surveyed for Thomas Shilletto. 

March 8, 1675, p. 62 

Thomas Walker, Gentleman 

South Fordland 

50 

Being a small island on ye north side of the mouth of Manokin River 

March 8, 1675, p. 62 

Captain Southy Littleton of Accomack County gentleman 

Pharsalier 

2400 

On Seaboard side beginning at Swansicut alias Great Mattapany Creeke where the divisional line drawn between Maryland and Virginia cross the said Creeke 

June 24, 1675, p. 63 

Thomas Jones late of Rappahannock 

Gad’s Hill 

300 (?) 

Southside of Pocomoke River and ye easternmost side of a creek known by the name of Jones his Creeke. 

June 24, 1675p.63 

Phillip Barry 

Barrys Lott 

50 

North side Annemessex River about two miles back in ye woods from ye river ..near a parcel of land formerly surveyed for Charles Hall 

July 30, 1675 p.64 

John Robbins of Virginia gentleman 

Gengoteque 

1550 

Seaboard side near Mattapany Creek part of the said tract bordering on the south side thereof only divisional line drawn east running between Maryland and Virginia

October 8, 1675 p.64 

Owen Macrea, planter 

Owen’s Delight 

100 

North side of Manokin River near the head of the said river about a mile back in the woods, near land formerly surveyed for Owen Macrea 

September 7. 1675, p. 65 

Francis Roberts, planter 

The Downes 

100 

North side of a small creek called Quantipasion near Manokin river 

August 23, 1675, p.65 

Thomas Shiles 

Hickory Ridge 

50 

North of the Wicomico River near the mouth of the said river 

December 16, 1675, p.66 

Thomas Shiles 

Shiles Choice 

220 

South side of Nanticoke River on the north side of Quantico Creeke near..land formerly surveyed for John Dorman …then land surveyed for William Stevens 

[n.d.] 1675, p.66 

John Parsons, planter 

[name omitted] 

400 

On the seaboard side near St. Martins River beginning at the mouth of a small creeke called Parsons Creeke per the side of Newhaven 

[n.d.] p. 67 

William Innis, planter 

Pimmenoe 

650 

Seaboard side near Boqueternorton on the westernmost side of Mobjack Bay …..south side of a small creeke called Cappatote

October 8, 1675, p. 67 

Edward Wale, planter 

Assateague 

1000 

On the seaboard side on the westernmost side of Assateague River on Mobjack Bay near Boqueternorton , near land formerly surveyed for Charles Ratcliffe…north side of Assateague Creeke… 

November 10, 1675. p.68 

George Hasford [with an asgt to Britting] 

Hasfords Purchase 

200 

Near Pocomoke river on the westernmost side of Marumsco Creek 

November 5, 1675, p.68 

John Emmett 

Cheriton 

500 

North side of St. Martins River at the north of the said river near land formerly surveyed for John Emmett 

[ n.d.] p.69 

John Emmett 

Endeavour 

260 

Seaboard side on an island at the mouth of St. Martin’s River… 

June 5, 1675, p.69 

John Anderson 

Desert 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River in a neck of land called Forked Neck near land formerly surveyed for Robert Houlston 

August 28, 1675, p.70 

Henry Morgan of Accomack County 

Landowne 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River near the head of the said river. Bounded as followeth beginning at a marked cypress standing by a stamp side a little to ye southward of Bogerternorton Landing, being a corner tree of a parcel of land formerly surveyed for Mr. William Stevens called Snow Hill…. 

August 28,1675, p. 70 

John Watts Senior of Accomack County 

Power 

300 

On seaboard side at Boquetornorton near Accocompsick Island ….land formerly surveyed for Robert Johnson … 

September 7, 1675, p. 71 

Thomas Covington planter 

Covington’s Choice 

300 

Northernmost side of the main branch of Rockiawakin River where it heads to a small freshwater run …about five miles from the said river 

October 26, 1675, p.71 

William Brereton 

Brereton’s Chance 

300 

On the north side of the Wicomico River in a fork of the said river ..near land formerly surveyed for Coll. Samuel Smith …to land of Robert Crouch…a creek called Basland 

September 18, 1675, p.72 

George Betts, planter 

Hab Nab 

50 

Near ye head of Little Money Creek at a head of a parcel of land formerly surveyed for John Markham… 

November 2, 1675, p.72 

John White , Senior 

Reward 

150 

Seaboard side about three miles back in the woods from the waterside 

[n.d. ] 1675p.73 

Jenkin Morris, planter [returned to himself per John Lyon] 

Morris Lott 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River at the head of Manumquah 

November 11, 1675, p.73 

Mr. John White, Senior, gentleman 

Buckingham 

1500 

Seaboard side a little to the northward of Assateague bounded as followeth… 

October 12, 1675. p.74 

Mr. John Wallop of Accomack County Virginia 

Basingstroke 

650 

Being on the seaboard side to the northward of Assateague ….. to the land of Mr. John White senior. 

[n.d.] 1675, p.74 

John Ailward, Taylor [returned into the hands of Robert Collier] 

Strataway 

300 

South side of Nanticoke River to…land formerly surveyed for Charles Huchings ….land formerly surveyed for Richard Samuell 

October 15, 1675, p. 75 

Richard Samuell, planter [ assigned to Richard Samuell from Jno Windsor] 

Fair Ridge 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River about two miles back in ye woods from the said river near the mouth of the said river 

[n.d.] 167, 5p.75 

Stephen Cannon [returned per Richard Samuell 

Dudly 

100 

South side of the Nanticoke River by Oyster Creek …land formerly surveyed for Charles Huchings 

November 12, 1675, p.76 

Stephen Cannon 

Now Careless 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River on the north side Oyster Creeke 

November 12, 1675, p.76 

William Cheeseman [assigned by Jno. Freeman] 

Cheeseman’s Chance [see p. 78, this page has been cut into pieces and some parts are missing and a survey plat added] [name cut out of document] 

100 

…..Marumsco Creeke 

[n.d..] p. 77 

Edward Dickinson, planter 

Dickenson’s Hope 

200 

North side of Pocomoke Bay ….near ye mouth of Marumsco Creeke 

November 3, 1675, p.77 

Roger Woolford 

No name 

None listed 

Resurvey of grant until Roger Woolford …north side of M a nokin River 

June 6, 1674 /March 8, 1675/6, p.78 

William Cheeseman 

Cheeseman’s Chance [see above Cheeseman entry] 

100 

North side of Marumsco Creeke about two miles back in ye woods from ye said creeke, ……on ye south side of the road that leads to the plantation of Thomas Cottingham …. 

[n.d.], p. 77 

John Lyon 

Lyon’s Den 

200 

East side of Nanticoke River …to south side of a gut called Lyon’s Gut 

April, 6, 1676, p.79 

Empty

Empty

Empty

Empty

p.79

Leonard Jones 

Ticknell 

100 

South side Nanticoke River about 2 miles in the woods from Wetipquen Creek near a place called Tyaskin. 

April 6, 1676, p.80 

Leonard Jones 

Bendly 

600 

South side of Nanticoke River, land formerly surveyed for William Wright ….Pierces Creeke…….land formerly surveyed for Charles Huchings

April 6, 1676, p. 81 

blank 

blank 

blank 

blank 

Blank 

John Winder 

Fair Ridge 

100 

South side of Nanticoke River about two miles backing the woods from the said river. 

April 6, 1676, p. 82 

blank 

blank 

blank 

blank 

Blank 

John Freeman 

Cheeseman’s Chance 

100 

On the north side of Morumsco Creeke, about two miles back in the woods from the said creek, …marked road that leads to the new dwelling plantation of Thomas Cottingham 

April 6, 1676, p. 82 

Mr. William Anderson, of Accomack County, Va. gentleman 

Fookses Choice 

500 

South side of Pocomoke River, about five miles from the said river…. Now the divisional line between Maryland and Virginia, 

April 25, 1676, p. 83 

Ellis Coleman 

Colemans Rest 

250 

South side of Pocomoke river near the head of the river, 

June 7, 1676, p. 83 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Littleworth 

50 

North side of Marumsco Creeke,…on the easternmost side of a small gut known by the name of Planners Creeke, about two miles from Marumsco Creek 

September 9, 1676, p.84 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Boston 

300 

On north side of Marumsco about two miles from Marumsco Creek… near Planner’s Gut , …a beaver dam branch, … 

September 9, 1676, p. 84 

blank 

blank 

blank 

Blank 

p. 85 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Moreworth 

200 

Near Watkins’ Point 

September 9, 1676, p. 86 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Beard Neck 

350 

Between Annemessex River and the mouth of Morumsco Creeke, …oyster point,….beaver dam 

September 9, 1676, p. 86 

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Blank

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Shiel’s Choice 

220 

South side of the Nanticoke River, on the north side of a creek of the said river called Quantico… near land formerly surveyed for John Dorman 

September 9, 1676, p. 88 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman [assigned to John Shiles] 

Hickory Ridge 

50 

North side of Wicomico River near the mouth of the said river

September 9, 1676, p.88 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Goshen 

1500 

Seaboard side on a neck of land called synepuxen t on the westernmost side of a sound or bay of water called Newhaven … near a parcel of land surveyed for William Stevens……to Assateague River…. 

October 14, 1676, p. 89 

William Stevens, gentleman [assigned to Daniell Hast] 

Forbene 

100 

North side of Wicomico River…about a mile and a half from the river….on the westernmost side …a creeke called Jones Creeke … 

p.90 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman [assigned to Jno. Squires] 

Warrington 

50 

South side of Quantico Creek near land formerly surveyed for John Squires ….land formerly surveyed for Roger Phillips 

September 9, 1676, p.90 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman to Thomas Shilletto, [in lieu of Bradfleet] 

Long Downe 

150 

Near Pocomoke Bay the westernmost side of Johnson’s Creeke ….land formerly surveyed for John Johnson 

October 14, 1676, p. 91 

Samuel Jackson 

Small Lott 

100 

South side of Quantico Creeke ….near land formerly surveyed for Roger Phillips 

September 9, 1676, p. 92 

Mr. William Stevens, [assigned to Robert Crouch] 

White Chappell 

200 

Near the head of Wicomico River upon a branch of the said river …..by the side of an Indian field 

September 9, 1676, p. .92 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman [assigned to Daniel Clark] 

Maidenhead 

300 

Four miles back in the woods from Wicomico River where the said river divides at its head into two main branches 

September 9, 1676, p. 93 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman [assigned to Thomas Cox] 

Wilton 

550 

4 miles from the fork in the head of Wicomico River back in the woods from the said river 

September 9, 1676, p. 93 

John Smock planter, [assigned to Robert Houston] 

[unreadable] 

400 ? 

p.94 

Mr. William Stevens’ assigned to John Kirby] 

[unreadable] 

200 

[unreadable] 

p.94 

William Stevens [assigned to John Wallop] 

650 

p.95 

unreadable 

unreadable 

Unreadable 

October 14, 1676, p.95 

John Spann of Virginia 

Sail a Neck 

533 

….side of Quantico Creeke…eastern side of a gut known by the name of Shapleighs branch 

November 13,1676, p.96 

Thomas Brereton 

Recovery 

500 

Unreadable 

November 3, 1676, p.96 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman assigned to John White 

Highfield 

600 

Assateague Creeke about two miles back in the woods 

October 14, 1676, p. 97 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Richard Kemball 

unreadable 

150 

South Side of Wicomico River …land formerly surveyed for William Bosman…James Collins ….. 

October 14, 1676, p.97 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to William Walton 

Unreadable 

800 

Unreadable 

October 14, 1676, p98 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman , assigned to William C[unreadable] 

Musqueta Royal 

400 

Seaboard side at Mattapany … mouth of a small gut.. Mr. John Robins 

October 14, 1676, p.98 

unreadable 

unreadable 

unreadable 

unreadable 

Unreadable p. 99 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to John Sterling 

Stanstead 

50 

Annemessex Neck near Apes Hole 

October 14, 1676, p.99 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Francis Jenkins 

1200 

…to Assateague River…. 

October 18, 1676, p.100 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman assigned to Lewis Bounds 

Fisherman’s Quarter 

150 

South Side of Nanticoke River…

Records 101-200

Assignment Of Land To:

Land Name

Total Acres

Topographical Features: Waterways
and Neighboring Properties

Date & Page Number

William Stevens, Gentleman, to John Ellis 

unreadable 

50 

unreadable 

October 4, 1675, p. 101 

Benjamin Summers {resurvey) 

150 ? 

unreadable 

p.101 

John Johnson (resurvey) 

Johnson’s Lott 

200 

Johnson’s Creek 

p.102 

James Prior (Resurvey) 

R [?] 

200 

Near Pocomoke Bay north side of Back Creek 

December 19, 1676, p.102 

James Jones 

400 

p. 103 

John Smocke 

Bachelor’s Lott 

200 

Southward side between Bogerternorton and Assateague Bays about 2 miles back in the woods…. 

September 9, 1677, p. 103 

William Stevens assigned to Robert Johnson 

Green Mead 

50 

Seaside on south side …formerly surveyed for John Smocke 

April 12, 1677, p. 104 

William Stevens gentleman, assigned to Robert Coulbourne 

Heart’s Content [delivered unto Coll. Coulbourne own hand] 

50 

Southside Annemessex River about a mile back from the river 

April 18, 1677, p. 104 

William Stevens, gentleman, to Elizabeth Williams 

Maiden Lott 

300 

South side of Nanticoke River and south side Barren Creek 

April 18, 1677 p. 105 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to William Manlove 

First Choice 

500 

South side of Nanticoke River, near the head of Rewastico Main Branch, 

October 12, 1676, p. 105 

Mr. William Stevens, assigned to William Bradshaw 

Chester (?) [not retained but let fall with ye same warrant for 150 acres for Thomas Shillettoe ] 

150 

North Side of Pocomoke River 

October 14, 1676, p. 106 

Robert Collier 

Coven Garden 

200 

Eastmost side of Nanticoke River on the south side of Quantico Creek…formerly surveyed for Mr. Thomas Walker 

April 12, 1677, p.106 

William Robinson [resurvey] 

Robinson’s Lott 

325 

South Side of Wicomico River…land formerly surveyed for David Spence…land formerly surveyed for William Thorne 

December 8, 1677, /June 22, 1677, p. 107 

Ambrose White of Accomack in Virginia 

Rumley Marsh 

100 

Seaboard side where two inlets (viz. Mattapany and Assawoman Inlets) …near parcel of land surveyed for Mr. William Stevens 

June 22, 1677, p.107 

Ambrose White of Accomack in Virginia 

Cow Quarter 

500 

Seaboard Side near Assawoman Creek 

June 22, 1677. p.108 

William Nock of Accomack in Virginia 

Faire Haven 

450 

Seaboard side and near Assawoman 

June 22, 1677, p.108 

William Nock of Accomack County Virginia 

Assawoman 

150 

Seaboard side bounded …Assawoman Creek and branch 

June 22, 1677, p. 109 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, Cornelius Ward 

Chestnut Ridge 

100 

On south side of Annemessex [?] River near the mouth of the said River 

June 22, 1677, p.109 

Mr. William Stevens , gentleman, assigned to William Jenkins 

Lewes Cash (?) 

100 

South side of Annemessex River Near the mouth of the said river… 

June 22, 1677, p.110 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to John Evans and Richard Crockett 

Sidney 

50 

North side of Wicomico River 

June 22, 1677, p.110 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to William Tomkins 

Burley 

300 

Seaboard side about three miles back in the woods …near the head of Assateague River 

June 22, 1677,. p. 111 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, to Mr. Steven Horsey 

Undee 

300 

North of Pocomoke Bay near Watkins Point … on the east side of a small creek called Johnsons Creek, 

June 22, 1677, p.112 

Mr. William Stevens, gent, to John Kirk 

Middle Ridge 

200 

North side of Pocomoke bay about two miles in the woods from the said Bay… 

June 22, 1677, p.111 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, to William Scott 

[unreadable] 

300 

North side of Pocomoke Bay about three miles from Watkins Point 

June 2?, 1677, p.112 

John Emmett, to Henry Bishop, Junior 

Diocese 

600 

Seaboard side on the northwest side of Assateague River, 

June 22, 1677, p.113 

John Emmett to Henry Bishop, Senior 

Exon 

250 

South side of the Pocomoke River at Bogerternorton Landing, in the woods from the water side 

June 22, 1677, p. 113 

John Parsons 

Bantry 

150 

Near the head of Wicomico River 

June 22, 1677, p. 114 

John Parsons assigned to Alexander Mitchell 

Canterbury 

50 

South side of Wicomico River 

June 22, 1677, p. 114 

Robert Richardson 

Richardson’s Ridge 

150 

Seaboard side near the head of St. Martins River about two miles from the waterside 

June 22, 1677, p.115 

Stephen Horsey to John Horsey 

Cow Quarter 

150 

North side of Pokomoke Bay at Watkins Point 

June 22, 1677, p.115 

Mr. James Round 

Bletchinghurst 

500 

On the seaboard side about two miles from ….by the head of a …called Assateague 

September 25, 1677, p.116 

William Greene 

Lowerwood 

170 

North side of Manny River …a parcel of land formerly owned by William Greene.. 

June 22, 1677., p.116 

William Greene assigned to Cornelius Johnson 

Cox’s Mistake 

200 

North side of Manny River, …at a Landing… 

June 22, 1677. p. 117 

William Greene assigned to John Johnson Junior, negro 

Angola 

44 

South side of Wicomico River…. the land of William Bosman 

September 24, 1677, p.117 

Mr. John White assigned to Mr. Richard Stevens 

???? 

800 

North Side of Wicomico River 

September 24, 1677, p.118 

Mr. John White assigned to Benjamin Cottman 

?????Stevens Back Creeke ? 

500 

North Side of Wicomico River 

September 24, 1677, p.118 

Mr. John White assigned to Benjamin Cottman 

Berks 

150 

North side of Wicomico River 

September 24, 1677, p.119 

Mr. John White, assigned to Isaac Noble 

Winterburn 

100 

South side of the Wicomico river 

September 24, 1677, p.119 

Mr. John White assigned to Daniel Hast 

Tociter 

150 

North side of the Wicomico River 

September 24, 1677, p.120 

Mr. John White assigned to Thomas Cox 

Cox’s Lott 

100 

South side of the Wicomico River back in the woods 

September 224, 1677, p. 120 

William Greene assigned to Thomas Roe 

Cross 

56 

Southernmost part of an island known by the name of Devil’s Island 

July 22, 1677, p. 121 

Richard Chambers

Rowley Ridge 

100 

Southside of Manokin River in a neck of land called Indian towne b.,..near Nasworthy’s Choice, 

December 30, 1677, p. 121 

Captain Thomas Walker 

1450 

p.122 

Captain Thomas Walker 

Suffolk 

200 

North side of… 

October 2, 1677, p.122 

150 

….. a parcel of land formerly surveyed for Maurice Lister 

October 3, 1677, p.123 

Thomas Stanbridge 

Trouble 

250 

Near the head branch of Wicomico River back in the woods from the said river… 

September 3, 1677 p.123 

Mr. John White Assigned to Matthew Scarborough 

Sherbourne 

400 

Pocomoke River near the head of the said river and neck of Land known by the Name of Quahponquah 

September 3, 1677, p.124 

John Emmett assigned to Thomas Poynter 

St. Lawrence Neck 

1100 

On the seaboard side between Boqueternorton and Assateague on the westernmost side of a bay of water called Mobjack Bay…… a small creek called Cappatotoe 

September 24, 1677, p.124 

John Emmett to William Ennis Junior 

Deale 

600 

Seaboard side between Boqueternorton and Assateague on the westernmost side of Mobjack bay about a mile northward from the mouth of Cappatotoe Creek …. Near parcel of land formerly surveyed for John (?), 

September 25, 1677, p.125 

John Emmett assigned to Henry Bishop Junior 

Discovery 

300 

Pokomoke River on the south side …called Quapanquah Branch 

September 25, 1677, p.125 

Josias Seaward 

Old Towne 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River at a neck of land called Acquintica and the easternmost side of a swamp called Acquintica Swamp 

October 3, 1677, p.126 

Robert Ridgely 

Little Ballean 

1200 

On south side of Tomactico River 

November 10,, 1677, p.126 

John Emmett, assigned to Josias Seaward 

Seawards Stewarts Purchase 

400 

Easternmost side of Morumsco Creek , …,formerly surveyed for John McKnitt, ( or Makell?) 

September 25, 1677, p.127 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Basing 

1050 

Seaboard side near Sinepuxent 

p.127 

John Emmett, Miles Grey 

Woodstreet 

300 

South side of Annemessex River near the mouth of the said river …land formerly surveyed for William Jenkins ….south side of Harts Creeke, ….land formerly surveyed for Robert Coulbourne…. 

September 25, 1677, p.128 

Mr. William Stevens 

Exchange 

400 

Seaboard side near Sinepuxent upon the westernmost side of the main branch of Assateague River. 

February 13, 1677, p.128 

John Richards assigned to John Deverix 

Poplar Hill 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River about a mile back in the woods from the said river….dividing from the land of Henry Morgan. 

June 22, 1677, p.129 

Charles Ratcliff assigned to George Hill and Richard Jarrett 

Bray Brooke 

500 

South side of Rockiawakin River…formerly surveyed for Edward Southerne 

June 22, 1677, p.129 

William Stevens, gentleman, to Thomas Roe 

Spring Head 

50 

On east side of Chesapeake Bay between the upper and middle straits near Hollands island 

February 13, 1677, p.130 

Mr. William Stevens to John Laws 

Greenwitch 

50 

On an island commonly called Devil’s Island. . .middle creeke 

February 13, 1677, p.130 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman to Henry Leaton upon the account of Thomas Roe’s warrant 

Woolcadse 

150 

An island called Devil’s Island …land formerly surveyed for Thomas Shilletto . . . Head of Middle Creek. 

February 131, 1677, p. 131 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, to William Tompkins 

Wellbeck 

450 

On the Seaboard side in a neck of land called Sinepuxent on the Seaboard side of a sound or bay of water called New Haven… creek called Roach Creek… 

February 13, 1677, p.131 

Mr. William Stevens gentleman to Christopher Reynolds 

Winterfield 

300 

Between the head of the Pocomoke River and the sea side about two miles back in the woods from the Wall River…. 

February 13, 1677, p. 132 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman to Henry Hall 

Headly Hill 

300 

Seaboard side near Boqueternorton about 4 miles from the salt water of the sea 

February 13, 1677, p. 132 

William Stevens, gentleman to Edward Smith 

Bangrove 

200 

On the seaboard side about 2 miles in the woods from the salt water.. . land formerly surveyed for Edward Smith… 

February 13, 1677, p. 133 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman to Edward Smith 

Fladbury 

250 

Near the head of Pocomoke River on eh south side thereof. 

February 13, 1677, 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman to John Payne 

Linnde 

300 

On the seaboard side about 4 miles back in the woods from the salt water of the sea. .. about 2 miles from Quaponquah,… 

February 13, 1677, p. 134 

John Watts 

Dover 

600 

Seaboard side on the westernmost side of Boqueternorton Bay. . eastward by the said Bay partly and partly by a little creek . . .parting the dividend from an island. .. . by Johnson’s Bay 

April 14, 1678, p.134 

Thomas Cottingham 

Vulcan’s Vineyard 

200 

On the north side of Pocomoke Bay at a beaver dam branch at the head of Plant Creek on the easternmost side of the said branch. . . 

December 12, 1677, p.135 

Thomas Dixon 

First Choice 

200 

On the northside of Pocomoke Bay on westernmost side of a Beaver Dam being at the head of Planned Creek… 

December 12, 1677, p.135 

Thomas Jones [resurvey] 

Nasworthy’s Choice 

1000 

South side of Manokin River. . .land formerly surveyed for William Glanvill 

February 23, 1677, p. 136 

Thomas Jones [resurvey] 

Nasworthy’s Choice 

553 

South side of Manokin River. . .land formerly surveyed for William Glanvill 

February 8, 1677, p. 136 

Josias Seaward to Daniel Quillaine 

Claim Fasting 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River about two miles back in the woods from the said river in a neck of land called Naswattox. . .formerly surveyed for Daniel Quillaine 

October 3, 1677, p. 137 

Josias Seaward to Donnock Dennis 

Webly 

150 

North side of Pocomoke Bay in a creek of that Bay called Morumsco on the westernmost side of the said creeke 

October 3, 1677, p. 137 

William Turville assigned to Robert Cade 

Sandy Point 

200 

Seaboard side in a fork of Assateague Creek. . . near a Beaver Dam branch. . .on a point by an Indian Bridge 

June 22, 1677, p. 138 

Blank

p. 138 

Blank 

p. 139 

Blank 

p. 139 

Daniel Selby 

Bastable 

250 

On the seaboard side at Mattapany. . . standing near a bridge at the Beaver Dam Branch 

June 15, 1678, p. 140 

Magdalene Westlock 

Venture 

200 

On south side of Quantico Creek. . . a parcel of land formerly surveyed for Phillip Ascue (?) 

June 15, 1678, p. 140 

William Stevens, gentleman, to Mr. William Anderson 

Chariton 

500 

South side of Pocomoke River, about 5 miles back from the said river…in a neck of land commonly called Forked Neck… 

June 15, 1678, p. 141 

Christopher Nutter (alias Nuttall) [certificate and plat sent per Dr. Vigorous] 

Wilton 

100 

On south side of Nanticoke River and on the northern side of a small creek called Manumquah . . .land formerly surveyed for Isaac Noble. .. a parcel of land formerly surveyed for James Wetherly 

October 29 1678, p. 141 

Morgan Jones to John Evans [void being run away and must now be done by another warrant] 

Troy 

50 

The north side of Wicomico River about 2 miles from the river. .. Madumietis Creek 

October 5, 1678, p. 142 

Walter Lane assigned to Mr. William Manlove 

Persimmon Point 

50 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay …. Parcel of land formerly surveyed for Maurice Lister 

November 19, 1678, p. 142 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Wing 

600 

North side of Pocomoke River in a neck of land called Askominonson 

p. 143 

Henry Morgan 

Midfield 

200 

On easternmost side of Nanticoke River on south side of Quantico Creeke. .. parcel of land formerly surveyed for John Squires 

November 22, 1678, p. 143 

John Lyon 

Lyon’s Folly 

150 

On easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the north side of Rewastico Creeke 

November 19, 1678, p. 144 

William Manlove assigned to Cornelius Morris 

Manlove’s Lott 

300 

North side of Pocomoke River…small patch of marsh in Puntogeague fields by the aforesaid river side 

November 19, 1678, p., 144 

John Parramour 

Parramour’s First Choice 

300 

Easternmost side of the Nanticoke River on south side of a creeke of the said river called Quantico near the head of the said creek. 

November 19, 1678, p. 145 

George Hamlin 

Winchester 

800 

On the seaboard side on the south side of St. Martin’s River near the mouth of the said river… beginning at the mouth of a Small gut called Shad Gut….mouth of a small creek called George’s Creek 

November 19, 1678, p. 145 

John Evans 

Ross 

50 

The east side of Nanticoke River on the north side of Quantico Creek near the head of the said creeke. 

November 19, 1678, p. 146 

Mr. William Stevens (Resurvey) 

Genesar 

2200 

On seaboard side in a neck of land called Sinepuxent on the south end of the said Neck. . .parcel of land formerly surveyed for William Stevens called Goshen. 

June 15, 1678, p. 146 

John Manlove 

Father’s Delight 

100 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the northside of Rewastico Branch. .. formerly surveyed for Richard Ackworth 

November 19, 1678, p. 147 

John Manlove 

Son’s Choice 

50 

On easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the southside of the Rewastico Branch. .. land formerly surveyed for John Manlove 

November 19, 1678. p. 147 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman 

Kingsland 

500 

South Side of Pocomoke River about 4 miles from the said river near the divisional line between Maryland and Virginia….land formerly surveyed to William Anderson 

June 15, 1678, p. 148 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Edward Smith 

Golden Quarter 

300 

On Seaboard Side near head of Assateague River on westernmost side of the northern main branch of the said river in a fork of the said river 

June 15, 1678, p. 148 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Cornelius Ward 

Corke 

500 

On south side of Annemessex River near the mouth of the river…land formerly surveyed for Benjamin Summers 

June 15, 1678, p. 149 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman assigned to Thomas Poynter 

Edward’s Lott 

300 

On seaboard side between Bogerternorton and Assateague about two miles back in the woods… parcel of land belonging to Thomas Poynter… 

June 15, 1678, p. 149 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to William Keene 

Little Nayesy 

300 

North side of Rockiawakin River out of the north side of Keene’s creeke from Mobjack Bay. 

June 15, 1678 p. 150 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Thomas Selby 

Tanton 

600 

On seaboard side on the northside of St. Martin’s River…on the east side of a small creek called Muddy Creek. . . a small creek running into a marsh called Creek Lookout 

June 15, 1678, p. 150 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Edward Smith 

Tewksbury 

600 

On the seaboard side a little to the northward of Assateague Fields 

June 15, 1678, p. 151 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, [assigned to Ambrose White] 

Riple 

400 

On the seaboard side near the head of Assateague River in a fork of the said river. [now done by John Kings warrant of 700 acres] 

June 15, 1678, p. 151 

John Rixon 

Dongate 

200 

On southside or Rockiawakin River 

October 5, 1678, p. 152 

John Rouslya 

Hardshift 

150 

South side of Pocomoke River…at a small point of land that makes a landing to the said river 

November 20, 1678, p. 152 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Mr. Ambrose White 

Happy Entrance 

400 

On the seaboard side on the north side of St. Martin’s River, 

June 14, 1678, p. 153 

William Morris [Resurvey] 

Suffolke 

1000 

North side of Pocomoke River on the southwest side of a creek of the said river called dividing Creeke. 

June 15, 1678, p. 153 

William Furniss assigned to William Harper [resurvey] 

Norfolk 

500 

On the north side of Pocomoke River on the south western side of a creek of the said river called Dividing creek 

November 22, 1678, p. 154 

William Furniss assigned to Stephen Costin [resurvey] 

Costins Trouble 

450 

On the north side of Pocomoke River on the south west side of the Dividing Creek ….parcel of land previously surveyed for the said Furniss called Norfolk 

November 22, 1678, p. 154 

John Harrison 

Harrison’s Adventure 

600 

On the north side of Pocomoke River on the easternmost side of the main branch of Dividing Creeke 

November 20, 1678, p. 155 

William Coulbourne 

Pompfret 

1400 

On a neck of land on the south side of Annemessix River……at the mouth of Coulbourne Creek…north side of Harts Creek……parcel of land formerly surveyed for Robert Hart 

June 13, 1678, p. 155 

William Harper 

Beckles 

200 

North side of Pocomoke River on the south west side of a creeke of the said river called the Dividing Creek. .. on the south side of a landing in this side of the branch of the said creeke. … . .parcel of Land laid out for William Furness. . .divided from the land of William Morris. . . 

November 19, 1678, p. 156 

John Anderson [resurvey] 

Hogg Quarter 

1350 

South side of Pocomoke River, beginning at the mouth of a small creek called Holstons Creek bounded on the west side by the aforesaid river, ..to the mouth of a small creek called Wharton’s Creek……Beaver Dam Branch….near a cypress swamp….land formerly surveyed for Mr. William Stevens, … 

November 20, 1678, p. 156 

Josias Seaward assigned to Henry Haymand 

Haymand’s Chance 

50 

Near the head of Great Manny back in the woods from the waterside 

February 20 (?), 1678, p. 157 

William Morris 

Midlesesx 

450 

On the north side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from the river near to the dividing Creeke 

February , 1678, p. 157 

Captain Thomas Walker [Captain Walker died as for it was never assigned] assigned to George Goddard 

Winsor 

100 

On the south side of a branch of Wicomico River …near parcel of land formerly surveyed for Thomas Walley. . .land formerly surveyed for Thomas Standbridge . . …..to a horse bridge at the main branch. . . to Duck Cove. . . 

February 20, 1678, p. 157 

William Innis Senior 

Cannardee 

600 

On the seaboard side near Boqueternorton on the westernmost side of Mobjack Bay … small branch called Dividing Branch. ..to Mobjack Bay side…to the mouth of a small creeke called Cappatotoe 

February 20, 1679, p. 158 

John Smocke assigned to Nathaniel Innis 

Cannarnee 

300 

On seaboard side near Boqueternorton on the westernmost side of Mobjack Bay branch called Dividing branch. .. a parcel of land surveyed the same day for William Innis Senior 

February 20 1679, p. 158 

William Wouldhave 

Silver Street 

100 

Seaboard side at Assateague back in the woods from the waterside 

February 20 1679, p. 158. 

John Godden assigned to Walter Powell 

Oliver’s Portion 

150 

At the head of St. Martin’s River about three miles back in the woods from the River 

July 15, 1679, p.159 

John Godden assigned to Walter Powell 

The Friends Guift 

150 

On the seaboard side on the north side of the head of St. Martins River about three miles back in the woods from the said river. 

July 16, 1679, p. 159 

John Godden assigned to Walter Powell 

Hilliard’s Discovery 

200 

On seaboard side on the north side of the head of St. Martins River about four Miles back in the woods from the head of the said river. …divided from a parcel of land surveyed for Robert Richardson 

July 16, 1679, p. 159 

Captain Thomas Walker assigned to Thomas Cox 

Rum Ridge 

200 

Back in the woods from the head of Rockiawakin River 

April 9, 1680, p. 160 

Captain Thomas Walker assigned to Thomas Cox 

Friend’s Denial 

300 

2 miles back in the woods from the fork of Rockiawakin River where the said river divides itself into branches 

April 9, 1680. p. 160 

Captain Thomas Walker assigned to Thomas Cox and George Collins 

Collins Adventure 

500 

North side of the main branch of Rockiawakin River ….point called Collins Point 

April 9, 1680, p. 160 

Mr. William Stevens gentleman assigned to Doctor Henry Smith 

Smith’s Thoroughfare 

1000 

An Island of Broken woodlands and marshes between Chesapeake bay and an In draught of water commonly called the Sound at the mouth of a thoroughfare called Smith’s Thoroughfare on the bay side. …to the north end of a narrow long island in the thoroughfare called Cow Ridge and the aforesaid sound… to the divisional line drawn between Maryland and Virginia. 

June 3, 1679, p. 161 

Mr. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to John Evans 

Little Monmouth 

100 

North side of Wicomico River. On the westernmost side of Shiles Creek 

June 3, 1679, p.161 

David Dale 

Dales Adventure 

400 

North side of the Pocomoke River …land of Jenkin Price and the land of Owen Guider 

p.162 

Stephen Costin assigned to Daniel Donahoo 

Merchants Treasure 

150 

Northside of Pocomoke at a place called Condoqua …. Land belonging to Donnock Dennis 

March 17, 1678, p.162 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to William Greene 

Hoggs Quarter 

700 

Easternmost side of the Nanticoke River a little to the northward of Wetipquen Creek 

March 17, 1678,p.163 

William Stevens assigned to Stephen Costin 

Bear Pointe 

500 

North side of Pocomoke River on the westernmost side of a creeke of the said river called Dividing Creeke…near the side of a branch where the main branch of the Dividing Creeke divides and makes a fork 

March 17, 1678, p.163 

William Furniss assigned to William Harper 

Norfolke 

500 [resurvey] 

On the north side of Pocomoke River on the southwest side of a creek of the said river, called Dividing Creeke… 

November 22, 1678, p.164 

William Furniss, assigned to Stephen Costin 

Costin’s Trouble [resurvey] 

450 

North side of Pocomoke River on the south west side of a creeke of the said river called Dividing Creeke ….land survey on the said day for ye said Furniss called Norfolk. . . 

November 22, 1678, p.164 

William Harper assigned to Edward Harper 

Beckles 

200 

North side of Pocomoke River on the southwestern side of a creeke of the said River called Dividing Creeke. ……land surveyed the same day for William Furniss…land surveyed for William Morris 

p. 165 

William Morris 

Suffolke 

1000 

Northside of the Pocomoke river on the southwestern side of a creek of the said river called Dividing Creeke…. 

June 15, 1679, p. 165 

John Harrison 

Harrison’s Adventure 

600 

North side of the Pocomoke river on the westernmost side of the main branch of Dividing Creeke. . . 

November 20, 1679, p. 166 

John Anderson 

Hoggs Quarter [resurvey] 

1350 

On the south side of Pocomoke River bounded as follows; beginning at the mouth of a small creek called Holstons Creek,….beaver dam branch….formerly surveyed for William Stevens, [parting Creeke, so called per Coll. Stevens 

November 20, 1679, p.166 

Coll. William Coulbourne 

Pomfryt 

1400 

On south side of Annemessex River …north side of Harts Creek……land formerly surveyed for Robert Hart 

June 13, 1678, p.167 

John Browne assigned to Robert Smith for the acct of Rowland Bevans 

Warton 

200 

North side of the Pocomoke River about three miles from the said river back in the woods from the said river…. 

June 17, 1678, p. 167 

Mr. William Stevens 

Carmell 

2000 

Seaboard side on a neck of land called Sinepuxent on the northernmost part of the said Neck. .. of a small creeke called Carmell creeke……southside of a Bay of water called new Heaven. Below the mouth of St. Martins River. ..Herring Creeke……island of marshes and a point of land known by the name of Poplar Point. 

March 13, 1679, p. 168 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to William Walton 

Neighbourhood 

1400 

Seaboard side in a neck of land called Sinepuxent. . .formerly surveyed for William Tomkins…near a bay or sound called Newhaven. . .to a Sandy Landing. . .to mouth of a small creeke called Carmell Creeke ….. Easternmost side of Herring Creeke 

March 22, 1678, p.168 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to John Townsend 

Townsend’s Discovery 

100 

North side of the Pocomoke River about 3 miles back in the woods from the said river. . . 

March 22, 1678. p. 169 

Mr. William Stevens, assigned to Samuel Shurle 

Cropton 

800 

On the seaboard side at St. Martins River ….Dividing Creeke,… 

March 22, 1678, p. 170 

Mr. William Stevens assigned to Robert Catlin, Junior 

First Choice 

250 

South side of a beaver dam at the head of Annemessex River. 

June 3, 1679. p. 169 

George Hasfurt assigned to Nathaniel Veasey 

Bachellors Adventure 

200 

Seaboard Side near Mattapany ….on the westernmost side of a branch called Terrapin Branch. Back in the woods from the seaside… 

June 3, 1679, p170 

Mr. John White assigned to Mr. William Stevens 

Mulberry Grove 

1000 void 

Southside of Pocomoke River near the head of the river 

p. 171 

Mr. John White assigned to Rowland Beavans 

Warwicke 

400 

North side of Pocomoke River in the neck of land called Naswattox

p. 171 

Mr. John White assigned to Lazarus Mattux 

Mattuxes Adventure 

150 

South side of the Manokin River ….at the head of Keene’s Creek by a road side 

p. 171 

Mr. John White assigned to Henry Miles 

Trouble 

50 

South side of Manokin River on the easternmost side of Keenes Creeke 

p. 172 

Mr. John White assigned to John Carter 

Bricklehow 

300 

In a neck of land called Annemessex Neck between Pocomoke Bay and Annemessex River near Wattkins Point back in the woods from the water side. . . 

p. 172 

John White assigned to John Woodward 

Woodhall 

200 

On the north side Pocomoke River on the westernmost side of a branch of the said river back in the woods from the water side. . . 

June 3, 1679, p. 172 

John White assigned to Nicholas Fountaine 

Nova Franciae 

100 

South side of a creek of Manokin River called Back Creeke. . .land formerly surveyed for John Winder. 

June 3, 1679, p. 173 

John White assigned to Richard Davis 

Davises Chance 

100 

South side of a creek of Manokin River called Back Creeke a little below the wadeing place of the said creeke. 

June 3, 1679, p. 173 

John King 

Coney Warren 

125 

On the south side of Manokin River back in the woods from ye water side partly no the north and partly on the south sides of the head of a branch called King Branch…alias Trading Branch 

October 8, 1679, p. 174 

John King assigned to John Bennet 

Turkey CockHill 

125 

South side of Manokin River back in the woods from the water side at the head of Kings Branch alias Trading Branch… 

October 8, 1679, p. 174 

John King assigned to Daniel Hast 

Might Have Had More 

50 

On the north side of Wicomico River at the head of Jones Creek 

October 8, 1679. p. 174 

Samuel Colllings 

Ham 

50 

North side of Pocomoke River bounded as followeth: beginning at the mouth of a small creek commonly called Guideers Creek …between Guider’s Island and a small hummock of wood land… to the side of a small gut called Collings Gut …and bounded by the said Collings Gut to Marumsco Creeke 

May 5, 1679, p. 175 

Roger O’Kaine assigned to John Maknitt 

Watterford 

450 

On the east side of Marumsco Creek’s mouth bounded as follows: beginning at the mouth of a small creek called Kitts creek dividing from the land of Edward Dickenson ….Pocomoke bay… 

May 5, 1679, p. 175 

John Rixon 

Dowgate 

200 

South side of Rockawalkin River 

June 3, 1679, p. 176 

Roger O’Kaine to John Garrett [Garrett’s widow saith that Wm. Jenkins lost the certificate for her husband for 3000 pounds of tobacco 

Hopewell 

100 

Annemessex neck between the head of hearts Creek and the head of Johnsons Creeke land formerly surveyed for Robert Coulbourne …land formerly surveyed for Stephen Horsey… 

May 2, 1679, p. 176 

John Robbins assigned to Edward Wale and Charles Ratcliffe 

Mount Pleasant 

450 

On he seaboard side near the head of the branches of Assateague River back in the woods from the said river……land formerly surveyed for William Tomkins, 

May 5, 1679, p. 176 

William Greene 

Marish Island 

200 

Near the mouth of Nanticoke River bounded by the side of Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of Nanticoke River… 

June 3, 1679, p. 177 

William Greene 

Bluff Island 

250 

An island in the marshes near Nanticoke River mouth 

June 3, 1679, p. 177 

William Greene assigned to Francis Martin 

Martin’s Hope 

100 

South side of Annemessix River, near the place known by the name of Apes Hole. 

June 3, 1679, p. 178 

Edward Dickenson 

Goose Marrish (Marsh) 

50 

East side of Marumsco Creek on a point of land … land formerly surveyed for the said Edward …along the said Bay side to the mouth of Marumsco Creek… 

October 24, 1679, p. 178 

Doctor Henry Smith 

Poyke 

70 

South side of a creeke of Manokin River called Back Creek bounded as followeth: between land formerly surveyed for James Barnaby and William Furniss.. … branch called Mud Ford 

June 2, 1679, p. 178 

John White assigned to Ambrose White 

Fishing Harbor 

400 

Northward of the mouth of St. Martins River…beginning at a small creek called Parsons Creek down the water side of the said sound or bay or water called New Haven 

July 8, 1679, p. 179 

John White assigned to Ambrose White 

Smith’s Choice 

200 

On seaboard side at St. Martin’s River on north side of said river 

July 8, 1679, p. 179 

John White assigned to Samuel Cooper 

Coram 

500 

Seaboard side at Saint martins River on westernmost side of a creek or branch of the said river called Dividing Creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 180 

John Richards, alias Richards the Joyner 

Would Have Had More 

50 

South side of Rockawalkin River…parcel of land formerly surveyed for John Westlock 

February 5, 1679, p. 180 

John White assigned to John Smocke and Robert Cade 

Creedwill 

500 

Seaboard side on the westernmost side of Assateague River in a fork of a branch of the said river 

July 8, 1679, p. 180 

Mr. John White, gentleman assigned to John Smocke and John Cade 

Ameedowne 

300 

South side of Pocomoke River near the head of the said river…land formerly surveyed for William Stevens. 

July 8, 1679, p. 181 

John White, gentleman, assigned to Aaron Bishop 

Beckford 

300 

Seaboard side…between Bogerternorton and Assateague about two miles back in the woods from the salt water of the seaboard side 

July 8, 1679, p. 181 

John White assigned to Edward Furlong 

Ape’s Hole 

250 

On the south of Annemessix River on the north side of Pocomoke Bay 

July 8, 1679, p. 182 

John White, gentleman, to John Sterling 

Sterling’s Choice 

50 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay in the bottom of Annemessix Neck 

July 8, 1679, p. 182 

John White, gentleman to Peter Dowty 

Parris 

150 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the south side of Wetipquen Creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 183 

John White, gentleman, to Mark Manlove 

Pharsalia 

600 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River at the head of a small creek called Rewastico 

July 8, 1679, p. 183 

Mr. William Stevens, to John White 

Buckingham 

1500 

Seaboard side a little northward of Assateague…a small creek called Marsh creek being a creeke out of Assateague River. 

July 5, 1679, p. 184 

William Stevens, gentleman, to John White 

Newport Pannell (resurvey) 

700 

Seaboard side on the northwest side of Assateague River between two creeks of the said river…starting in the south side of a foot path on the eastern most side of the main branch of a small creek called marsh creek by a Beaver Dam which divides from another tract of land resurveyed for William Stevens called Buckingham 

May 5, 1679, p. 184 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Phillip Adams 

Addams Garden 

100 

South side of Morumsco Creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 185 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Philip Adams 

Adams Greene 

50 

On the north side of Morumsco Creek near the mouth of said church 

July 8, 1679, p. 185 

Walter Reed assigned to John Jones 

Bridgewater 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from the said river 

September 19, 1679, p. 185 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to John Roach 

Exchange 

200 

North side of Pocomoke Bay on south side of Annemessex River in Annemessex Neck…near head of a gut called Roach’s Gut 

July 8, 1679, p. 186 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned Josias Seaward 

Linsey’s Greene 

100 

North side of Marumsco Creek at mouth of said creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 186 

Walter Reed assigned to John Jones 

Reed’s Contrivance 

100 

South side of Pocomoke River 

November 16, 1679, p. 186 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Thomas Purnell 

Timber Quarter 

200 

Seaboard side near Mattapany back in the woods from the salt water ….Deep Branch 

July 8, 1679, p. 187 

Matthew Scarborough assigned to John Bishop 

Reserve 

200 

Seaboard side at Boqueternorton back in the woods from the sea side. .. parcel of land called Durham House 

July 9, 1679, p. 187 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned Timothy Cade 

Paggum 

200 

Seaboard side near Mattapany Creek back in the woods from the salt water from the sea. ..south side of Deep Branch.. 

July 8, 1679, p. 187 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Edward Dickenson 

Dickensons Hope 

300 

North side of Pocomoke Bay on the south side of Marumsco Creek…little to the westward of the mouth of a small creek called Kills Creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 188 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to William Greene 

Green’s Recantation 

200 

On the easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the northernmost side of the main branch of Quantico Creek 

July 8, 1679, p. 188 

Col. William Stevens, gentleman, assigned to Edward Jones 

Flint 

50 

South side of Manokin River on the south side of a creek of the said river called Back Creek. ..land of James Barnebee and William Furniss 

July 8, 1679, p. 189 

Col. William Stevens assigned to John Browne who assigned to Robert Smith 

TurnStile 

300 

On the easternmost side of Nanticoke River between Wetipquen Creek and the mouth of the said river 

July 8, 1679, p. 189 

Col. William Stevens, Esq. assigned to Henry Morgan for Curtiss Glass 

Sandy Wharf 

400 

South side of Pocomoke River near the head of the said river. . .cypress swamp…by a landing of the said river…land formerly surveyed for John Deverix 

July 8, 1679, p. 190 

John Richards (the warrant was in lieu of the same quantite assigned to John Deverix) 

Betty’s Choice 

200 

South side of Rockawalkin River 

October 24, 1679, p. 190 

Randall Revell [resurveyed for John King] 

Double Purchase 

3000 

On south side of Manokin River standing at a point of land called Raccoon’s point in a neck of land called by the natives Arracocoe. ..trading branch alias Mud Ford…north side of the Creeke near the aforesaid river called Back Creek… 

October 10, 1679, p. 191 

Surplussage land of Mr. Revells Neck per John King 

Double Purchase [Resurveyed] 

2800 

Beaver dam branch which is the head of Back Creek. Land formerly surveyed for Mr. Randall Revell and Alexander Draper…mouth of Trading Branch alias Mud Ford. 

November 16, 1679, p. 191 

Randall Revell Senior 

Double Purchase [resurvey] 

3000 

South side of Manokin River by a neck of land called by the natives Arracoco…Raccoon Point…Trading Branch…Mud Ford…Back Creek 

November 12, 1679, p. 192 

Surplassage land Mr. Revell’s Neck 

Double Purchase Resurveyed 

2800 

Lying in the neck of land called Damned Creek which said branch is at the head of Back Creek adjacent to a parcel of land called Double Purchase…formerly surveyed for Randall Revell and Alexander Draper 

November 19, 1679, p. 192 

Thomas Manlove 

Wansborough 

100 

Near Manokin River ..by an Indian Path about four miles from the Wadeing Place at the head of Manokin..... 

October 24, 1679, p. 193 

Thomas Manlove 

Hockley (Stockley)? 

50 

near the head of a branch of Manokin River called King’s Branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 193 

William Kible 

NewTowne (Resurvey) 

450 

North side of Pocomoke River...land formerly surveyed for George Wale standing on the south side of Aquintica Branch 

May 5, 1679, p. 193 

John Robins 

Late Discovery 

600 

north side of Pocomoke River near Guider’s Island...formerly surveyed for Jenkins Price, called Kings Neck...land surveyed for Samuel Collins...land formerly surveyed for Mark Manlove, deceased 

October 24, 1679, p. 194 

Henry Smith assigned to Col. William Stevens 

Smith’s Recovery for resurveying and laying out two parcels or tracts of land called Thompson’s Purchase...the other Nasworthy’s Choice.. 

700 

south side of Manokin River on a Neck of Land called Indian Neck...a small creek or parcel of land called Upper Fork...commonly called Trading Branch 

October 4, 1679, p. 194 

Henry Smith assigned to Andrew Whittington 

Webly (Resurvey) 

250 

on the south side of Manokin River in a neck of land called Indian Neck...main branch called The Upper Fork...land called Thompson’s Purchase..Trading Branch 

October 4, 1679, p. 195 

John King assigned to Edward Smith 

Riple 

seaboard side near the head of Assateague River in a fork of the said river 

October 8, 1679, p. 195 

John King assigned to Phillip Hammon 

Jersey 

300 

south side of Pocomoke River near a place called Mattapany 

October 8, 1679, p. 196 

Col. William Stevens 

Convenience (resurvey) 

1300 

on south side of Pocomoke River...at the mouth of a small creek called Parting Creek...near small gut that heads with a beaver Dam Branch...cypress swamp...small creek on gut called Island Gut 

November 20, 1679, p. 196 

Thomas Walter 

Ramsbury 

200 

easternmost side of a small creek called Little Creek...southerly out of main creek...land formerly surveyed for Thomas Bloice... 

August 27, 1679, p. 197 

Thomas Bloise 

Pennywise 

50 

south side of Little Money Creek...another parcel of Thomas Bloise land... 

April 28, 1679, p. 197 

Francis Roberts 

Roberts Lott 

100 

south side of Wicomico River at a place called Dam Quarter 

June 4, 1679, p. 197 

Benjamin Saucer 

Saucers Folly 

100 

East side of Mony in the easternmost side of a small creek called Back Creek 

May 5, 1679, p. 198 

William Harper assigned to Josias Seaward 

Venture 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from said river near Pungoteague fields 

June 3, 1679, p. 198 

Edward Dickenson assigned to Thomas Newbold 

Thomas Guift 

150 

on the north side of Pocomoke River near Aquintica ...south side of a Landing... 

October 24, 1679, p. 198 

Col. William Stevens assigned to Thomas Manlove 

Beckford 

500 

south side of Manokin River at the Wadeing Place near the head of the said river 

October 24, 1679, p. 199 

Levin Denard 

Stanbridge 

50 

south side of Mony Creek about one mile back in the woods from the water side 

October 24, 1679, p. 199 

Thomas Roe assigned John Holland and John Spence and David Spence 

Hereafter 

200 

South side of Wicomico River...dividing between the land of Captain Thomas Walker & David Spence 

July 16, 1679,p. 199 

John Smith of Nanticoke 

Ferry Hall 

100 

South Side of Nanticoke River 

February 202, 1679, p. 200 

William Ellgate 

Blackwall 

25 

north side of Rockawalkin River being a point of marshes between Keene’s Creek and Elgate’s Creek...land formerly surveyed for William Elgate and land formerly surveyed for Robert Hardy 

May 5, 1679, p. 200 

William Ellgate 

Supply 

25 

North side of Rockiawakin River back in the woods from the said river...parcel of land formerly surveyed for William Keene 

May 5, 1679, p. 200

Records 201-268

Assignment Of Land To:

Land Name

Total Acres

Topographical Features: Waterways
and Neighboring Properties

Date & Page Number

Thomas Bloise assigned to William Wright 

Wright’s Choice 

100 

north side of Wicomico River near the river mouth by a place called Warrasquakin...about a mile back from the said river 

April 28, 1679, p. 201 

Thomas Bloise 

Exon 

50 

North side of Wicomico River near the river side 

April 28, 1679, p. 201 

Thomas Bloise assigned to William Wright 

Venture 

50 

south side of Wicomico River near the river’s mouth...at a landing by the river side....land formerly surveyed for Nehemiah Covington 

November 23, 1679, p. 201 

Rhodah Fawsett 

Golden Valley 

250 

at the head of Pocomoke River 

November 23, 1679, p. 201 

Robert Tweely 

Woodstock 

200 

south side of Nanticoke River on the north side of a branch of the said river being the main branch of Rewastico Creek 

June 3, 1679, p. 202 

Gilbert James assigned to Phillip Ascue (Asque)? 

Timeroons Ridge 

250 

back in the woods from the head of Wicomico River 

June 3, 1679, p. 202 

Gilbert James assigned to John Panther 

Hanslap [note:I sold Panther and I sold Philip Ascue; Phillip gets this 50 acres and then I answer Philip 50] 

50 

on the south side of Monie Creek on the westward of a little creek back in the woods from the west side. 

June 3, 1679, . 202 

James Weatherly 

Pasturage 

50 

south side of Rewastico Creek on the westernmost side of a gut called Lyons Creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 203 

James Weatherly 

Slipe 

50 

on the south side of Rewastico Creek on the westernmost side of a gut called Lyons Creek 

October 24, 1679,p. 203 

James Weatherly 

Once Again 

100 

Between Rewastico and Manumquah Creeks 

October 24, 1679, p. 203 

James Weatherly 

Marrish Hooke 

100 

the bottom of a neck of land made by two small creeks (Rewastico and Manumquah Creeks) 

October 24, 1679, p. 203 

James Weatherly 

Sandry’s Island (Sanky)? 

100 

south side of Nanticoke River, being an island on the north side of Rewastico Creeks mouth 

October 24, 1679, p. 204 

James Weatherly 

Weatherlys Resolve 

300 

on the north side of Rewastico Creeke near the mouth of the said creek...land formerly surveyed for John Lyon 

October 24, 1679, p. 204 

James Weatherly 

Weatherlys Chance 

150 

North side of Manokin River...Westlocks Creeke 

October 24, 1679, p. 204 

Richard Keene assigned to Captain Thomas Walker 

[blank] 

100 

south side of Wicomico River...dividing land of David Spence from land of Capt. Thomas Walker...to mouth of Dashiell’s Creek...former survey of Francis Roberts 

February 6, 1679, p. 205 

Edward Dickenson assigned to Phillip Ascue 

Ascue’s Choice 

150 

north side of the main branch of a creek of Wicomico River called Cashandeck... 

October 24, 1679, p. 205 

James Henderson 

Double Purchase [resurvey] 

1100 

south side of Pocomoke River...beginning at a small creeke called Henderson’s Creek a little to the southwest of Henderson’s Landing 

February 20, 1679, p. 205 

Samuel Cooper 

Goshen 

300 

north side of Pocomoke River near Perrahawkin back in the woods from the water side0 

February 22, 1679, p. 206 

Bowman Littleton, son of Col. Littleton, Captain John Robins, Thomas Purnell, Daniel Selby, William Turville, George Hamlin, William Hearn, Nathaniel Veasey, Thomas Profitt, Francis Williams, William Cord, William Walton, and Col. William Stevens 

Key [Mattapany Key] 

100 

south side of Pocomoke River beginning at a marked cypress by the said river side 

February 22, 1679, p. 206 

Col. William Stevens 

The Adventure 

450 

north side of Pocomoke River on the south side of a Beaver Dam and branch at the head of Marumsco Creek...stg. near a marked Road by a small branch that branches easterly out of the main branch...Beaver Dam Branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 206 

John King assigned to John Panther 

Newport [resurvey Stevens sold Panther] 

50 

granted Mattapany...on the south side of Manny Creek on the westernmost side of a little creek...land formerly surveyed for Benjamin Saucer 

February 13, 1679, p. 207 

Timothy Reed 

The Layes 

150 

south side of Pocomoke River parcel of land formerly surveyed for Waahope 

February 20, 1679, p. 207 

Honorable William Stevens 

Spring Hill 

10,000 

south side of Nanticoke River back in the woods from the said river adjacent to the head of the Rewastico main branch and the head of Barren Creek alias Puckamie commonly called Blackwater...northside of Rewastico Branch near a Indian Path and a foot bridge..at an elbow or turning of the said branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 207 

Col. William Stevens 

Middle Neck 

400 

at the head of Rockawalkin River about two miles above the fork where the river heads into branches 

October 24,1679, p. 208 

Col. William Stevens 

Camp 

300 

Head Rockawalkin River three miles back in the woods 

October 24, 1679, p. 208 

Col. William Stevens 

Stanes 

850 

four miles from the forks where the Rockawalkin River divides and makes two great branches 

October 24, 1679, p. 208 

Col. William Stevens 

Whitefield 

700 

head of Rockawalkin River back in the woods from ye said river near the head of a branch of the said river called Meadow Branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 208 

Col. William Stevens 

Coscoway 

1100 

near the head of Rockawalkin River between the branches of Nanticoke River and the branches of the said river stdg by side of an Indian Path on south side Rockawalkin branch by an Indian Bridge over ye said branch.. westernmost side of the Whorekill Road from Rockawalkin...north side of northernmost branch of Quantico Creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 208 

William Stevens assigned to Captain Walker with Weatherly 

Woodfield 

350 

at head of Rewastico Branch and Quantico Branch...land surveyed the same day for Col. William Stevens 

October 24, 1679, p. 209 

Col. William Stevens assigned to James Weatherly and Captain Walker 

Weatherly’s Adventure 

300 

north side northernmost branch of Quantico Creek back in the woods from the waterside 

October 24, 1679, p. 210 

Col. Stevens assigned to Captain Walker and Weatherly 

Western fields 

1400 

Between Rewastico Branch and Barren Creek branch standing on north side of Rewastico Branch near the Indian Path and Bridge over the said branch at an elbow of the branch. 

October 24, 1679, p. 210 

Col. William Stevens to James Weatherly and Captain Walker 

Bedford 

500 

Head of Barren Creek alias Puckame 

October 24, 1679, p. 210 

Col. William Stevens assigned to William Greene 

Greenland 

2500 

south of Nanticoke River on the North side of the Creek called Broad Creek...small gut called Whale Creek.. 

October 24, 1679, p. 211 

Col. William Stevens assigned to Luke Manlove 

Manlove’s Grove 

500 

South side of Nanticoke River on the north side of broad Creek…Cypress Swamp… 

October 24, 1679, p. 211 

William Stevens assigned to Charles Hall 

Hall’s Adventure 

250 

North side of Annemessex River ..a creek called Charles’s Creek… 

October 24, 1679, p. 211 

Mr. William Stevens, assigned to William Furniss 

Fair Spring 

300 

South side of a creek off Manokin River called Back Creek and the Wadeing place at ye head of ye said creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 212 

Col. William Stevens assigned to George Manlove 

George’s Marsh 

50 

North Side of Pocomoke River…small creek called George’s Creek…land surveyed for Mark Manlove deceased 

October 24, 1679, p. 212 

Daniel Hast assigned to George Wilson 

Hogg Ridge 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River on north side of a creek of the said river called Marumsco Creek back in the woods from the water side 

April 9, 1680, p. 212 

Lieut. John Winder assigned to Mr. Walter Lane 

Corke 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River in a neck of land called Naswattox. Back in the woods from the waterside…. 

April 9, 1680, p. 213 

Lieut. John Winder assigned to Mr. Walter Lane 

Old Head 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River in a neck of land called Naswattox back in the woods from ye said River… 

April 9, 1680, p. 213 

Lieut. John Winder assigned to Phillip Carter 

Sarah’s Neck 

100 

South side of Rockawalkin River 

April 9, 1680, p. 213 

Col. William Stevens 

Ledburne 

350 

Head of Marumsco… north side of Pocomoke River on South Side of the main branch of Marumsco Creek…south side of a marked road or open way over the Dam branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 214 

Col. William Stevens assigned to Randall Michell 

Michell’s Lott 

400 

North Side of Pocomoke River on the westernmost side of the dam at the head of Marumsco Creek…. 

October 24, 1679, p. 214 

Col. William Stevens 

Basing 

1050 

North side of Pocomoke River on westernmost side of dam at the head of Marumsco Creek 

October 24, 1679, p 214 

Col. William Stevens assigned to Lieut. John Winder 

Deptford 

110 

North side Rockawalkin River 

October 24, 1679, p. 215 

Col. William Stevens and John Winder 

Limehouse 

40 

North side of Rockawalkin River 

October 24, 1679, p. 215 

William Stevens to Daniel Hast 

Greenwitch 

50 

North side of Rockawalkin 

October 24, 1679, p. 215 

Col. William Stevens to William Planner 

Double Purchase 

150 

South side of Annemessex River at the head of a creek of the said river called Red Cap Creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 216 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Sewell 

Hollwell 

100 

On the east side of main branch of Annemessex River at the head of the said branch…land formerly surveyed for Robert Catlin and William Boyse 

October 24, 1679, p. 216 

William Stevens to Christian Harmonson (?) 

Jersey 

500 

South side of Pocomoke River near a place called Mattapany Key…northward of a fresh water run to cypress swamp interposing between it and the said river 

October 24, 1679, p. 216 

John Cater 

Long Hedge 

250 

North side of Pocomoke Bay in Annemessex Neck back in the woods from the water. .. 

January 25, 1679, p. 217 

John Kirke 

Galloway 

150 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay and Annemessex Neck…back in the woods from the water side 

February 22, 1679, p. 217 

John Kirke 

Woolver Marsh 

150 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay on the easternmost side of Duff Creek. Adjacent to a source of land where the said Kirk now lives….land formerly surveyed for William Duff. (?) 

February 22, 1679, p. 217 

Col. William Stevens assigned to John Kirke 

Dickensons Folly 

200 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay near Duffs Creek…land formerly surveyed for John Kirke. 

October 24, 1679, p. 218 

Capt. William Stevens Esq. to Mr. James Round 

Sussex 

500 

On seaboard side to be assigned to… as a place called Assateague about 2 miles back from the waterside. 

October 24, 1679, p. 218 

William Stevens 

Yorkshire 

400 

At a place called Assateague about 2 miles back from the water side …land formerly surveyed for col. Stevens… 

October 24, 1679, p. 218 

Jacob Hill to Thomas Clifton 

Hogg Hill 

100 

Seaboard side in the westernmost side of a creek called Swansicutt 

June 2, 1679, p. 218 

Peter Watson 

Peterson 

250 

Seaboard side on westernmost side of Swansicut Creek alias Branch 

February 20, 1679, p. 219 

John Bishop to Timothy Read 

West Ridge 

150 

On south side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from ye said river …on north side of a marked road by a swamp side 

February 26, 1679, p. 219 

Peter Whaples 

Come by Chance 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River about three miles back from the said river…land formerly surveyed for Richard Shockley 

November 17, 1681, p. 219 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Humphreys 

Green Hill 

50 

North side of Rockiawakin River on the westernmost side of Cottinghams Branch back in the woods from the water side…land formerly surveyed for William Keene 

October 24, 1679, p. 220 

Col. William Stevens to William Elgate 

Ellgates Lott 

100 

On north side of Rockawalkin River on the westernmost side of Cottinghams branch back in the woods from the water side…land formerly surveyed for William Elgate…land of Thomas Humphreys 

October 24, 1679, p. 220 

Col. William Stevens to John Shipway 

Shipway’s Choice 

250 

A fork of Manokin River above the wadeing place at the head of the said river 

October 24, 1679, p. 220 

Col. William Stevens to Samuel Long 

Long Lott 

100 

The north side of Pocomoke River on the north west side of the Beaver Damm branch at the head of Marumsco…land formerly surveyed for Randall Michell…Beaver Dam branch alias swamp 

October 24, 1679, p. 220 

Col. William Stevens to Elizabeth Davis 

Maidstone 

70 

In south side of a creek of Manokin River called Back Creek…dividing from the land of Thomas Davis 

October 24, 1679, p. 221 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Cole 

Whittbey 

150 

North side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from the waterside in a neck of land called Nassawattux…land surveyed for Daniel Quillaine…on the side of Mount Hope Branch 

October 24, 1679, p. 221 

Col. William Stevens to Benjamin Cottman 

Cottman’s Point 

50 

South side of Wicomico River a point of woodland and marshes a little above where the said river divides itself into two main branches 

October 24, 1679, p. 221 

Col. William Stevens to Stephen Horsey 

Horsey Downe 

150 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay in the north east side of Watkins Point…land formerly surveyed for John Hoy (?) on the south side of Duffs Creek… 

October 24, 1679, p. 221 

Col. William Stevens to Mr. William Brereton 

Mile End 

250 

In the fork at the head of Wicomico River…land formerly surveyed by William Brereton 

October 24, 1679, p. 222 

Capt. Henry Smith 

Smith’s Hope 

100 

South side of Manokin River back in the woods from the said river …Shipways Branch.. 

April 5, 1683, p. 222 

Col. William Stevens to Captain Henry Smith 

Harthberry 

150 

South side of the side of the head of Manokin River back in the woods on the water side…Smith’s Branch…land of James Davis… 

May 2, 1683, p. 222 

Col. William Stevens 

Smiths Resolves 

350 

South side of the head of Manokin back in the woods from the said rivier…at Poquerson…formerly surveyed for Christopher Nutter 

May 3, 1683, p. 223 

Col. William Stevens to Lazarus Mattux 

Mattuxes Inclosure 

100 

South side of Manokin River in the SW of the mouth of Back Creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 223 

Col. William Stevens 

Mulberry Grove 

1000 

On south side of Pocomoke River near the head of the said river 

October 24, 1679, p. 223 

Edward Howard 

Glinneath [resurvey] 

850 

Westernmost side of Pocomoke Bay and river…mouth of small creek nigh an Indian Bridge…formerly called Jenkins Point 

April 3, 1683, p. 224 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Pemberton 

Pembertowne 

900 

North side of Rockawalkin River …a land formerly surveyed for William Layton…on North side of an Indian Path…standing on an island… 

October 24, 1679, p. 224 

Col. William Stevens 

Powell’s Addition 

50 

On north side of Pocomoke River between Acquintica and Comungee…;land formerly belonging to Walter Powell… small gut on east side of a landing to land called Caldicott 

October 24, 1679, p. 224 

Col. William Stevens 

Tonn Little 

160 

South side of Pocomoke River on the west side of a creek called Little Creek 

October 24, 1679, p. 225 

Col. William Stevens 

Tonn 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River on north side of a small creek called Little Creek 

October 24 1679, p. 225 

John Coulstone for Robert Wilson 

Tar Kill Hummock 

30 

South side of Nanticoke River at the mouth of oyster Creek…at ye mouth of a small creek called oyster Creek… 

July 9, 1681, p. 226 

John Coulstone to George Lane 

Fishing Island 

20 

South side of Manokin River near Samperi Point 

July 9, 1681, p. 226 

John Lyon 

Whittmarsh Delight [formerly surveyed for Whittmarsh 

200 

John Anderson of Somerset. one of ye jurors…. 

March 4, 1681, p. 227 

John Cropper 

Hogg Quarter 

200 

On seaboard side between the head of Pocomoke River and Assateague near the head of Wouldhave’s Branch…back in ye woods from ye water side 

November 23, 1681, p. 227 

John Cropper 

Sturbridge 

150 

Seaboard side in south side of the head of Pocomoke River near Queponquah on east side of small branch …land formerly surveyed for Christopher Reynolds…a small branch called Parting Branch. 

November 23, 1688, p. 227 

James Wheatley 

Wheat leys Chance 

250 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River on south side of Barren Creek back in the woods from the water side 

March 1, 1680, p. 228 

Edward Bennett 

Fairhaven 

150 

On the east side of Nanticoke River on the south side of the head of Quantico Creek…side of a savannah…land formerly surveyed for James Jones called Egypt 

July 9, 1681, p. 228 

Edward Williams to John Panther 

Littleworth 

50 

South side of Money Bay on the south side of a great marsh. 

July 9, 1681, p. 228 

Charles Jones Bricklayer 

Corporalls Ridge 

50 

South side of Manokin River about 2 miles back from the water side….near a branch called Smith’s Branch…land surveyed for Capt. Henry Smith called Hartlesbury. 

July 9, 1681, p. 228 

Charles Hall 

Hall’s Hummock 

100 

North Side Annemessex River below the mouth of Halls Creek 

November 20, 1680, p. 229 

Thomas Shanke of Somerset County 

Norwitch 

100 

Back in the woods between the head of the branches of Manokin River and the branches of Wicomico River. 

March 1, 1680, p. 229 

Thomas Halse 

Warrington 

200 

South side of Nanticoke River by Lyons Denn 

December 18, 1680, p. 229 

Robert Ridgely of St. Maries County 

[blank] 

200 

North side of Rockiawakin River near Cottingham Creek. 

January 14, 1680, p. 229 

Samuel Cooper 

Salem 

350 

About 5 miles from Pocomoke back in the woods on the south side of a branch or arm of the passable branch. 

November 25, 1680, p. 230 

Col. William Stevens 

Johnsons Hope 

300 

On the seaboard side near a place called Mattapany back in the woods from the water side 

March 1, 1680, p. 230. 

Col. William Stevens to Daniel Quillaine 

Limbrick 

150 

North side of Pocomoke River a neck of land called Nassawattux back in the woods, from the sd river 

March 1, 1680, p. 231 

Col. William Stevens to Christopher Stanley 

Truebridge 

700 

In the south side of Pocomoke River in the northeast of Winter Quarter 

March 1, 1680, p. 231 

Col. William Stevens to Timothy Read 

Wootten Render edge 

150 

On south side of Pocomoke River 

March 1, 1680, p. 231 

Col. William Stevens to John Richards 

Wilson 

200 

Southside of Nanticoke River a little to the northwestward of the Wetipquen Creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 231 

Col. William Stevens to John Hill 

Bay Bush Hall 

100 

South side Annemessex River between Annemessex River and Pocomoke Bay.,…parcel of land surveyed for John Hill. 

March 1, 1680, p. 232 

William Stevens to Francis Martin 

Cherry Hinton 

150 

In Annemessex Neck between Annemessex River and Pocomoke Bay 

March 1, 1680, p. 232 

Col. William Stevens to Joshua Light 

Castle Hill 

250 

On south side of Pocomoke River back in the woods 

March 1, 1680, p. 232 

Col. William Stevens to Mark Manlove 

Cowly 

800 

South side of Pocomoke River…land surveyed for Timothy Read… 

March 1, 1680, p. 232 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Holbrook 

Harrington 

200 

South side of Wicomico River back in the woods from the said river in a fork of a small creek called Dashiells Creek near the head of the said creek.. 

March 1, 1680, p. 233 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Shiles 

Whitty’s Contrivance 

100 

North side of Wicomico River adjacent to the parcel of land called Warresquoking 

March 1, 1680, p. 233 

Col. William Stevens to Richard Chambers

Vulcan’s Vineyard 

100 

South side of Manokin River in a neck of land called Indian Neck back in ye woods from the water side. 

March 1, 1680, p. 233 

Col. William Stevens to Richard Chambers

Rowley Ridge 

100 

In south side of Manokin River back in the woods from the said river….on the north side of Smith’s Branch… 

March 1, 1680, p. 233 

Cornelius Anderson 

Hunting Quarter 

100 

Between head of Wicomico River and head of Manokin River backing the woods 

March 1, 1680, p. 234 

Col. William Stevens to Matthew Scarborough 

Ravenstone 

400 

Southside of Pocomoke River in a neck of land near the head of the same river. 

March 1, 1680, p. 234 

Col. William Stevens to William Turville 

The Royall Oak 

450 

Seaboard side of a neck of land a little to the southward of St. Martins River 

March 1, 1680, p. 234 

Col. William Stevens to Phillip Carter 

Whittington 

350 

North side of Rockawalkin River on west side of Covington branch back in the woods from the sea side 

March 1, 1680, p. 235 

Col. William Stevens to Cornelius Ward 

White Oak Swamp 

150 

Between Annemessex River and Pocomoke Bay…land formerly surveyed for Cornelius Ward …land of Benjamin Sauser 

March 1, 1680, p. 235 

Col. William Stevens to John Roach 

Cabin Swamp 

150 

Annemessex neck…back in the woods between Annemessex River and Pocomoke Bay 

March 1, 1680, p. 235 

Col. William Stevens to John Roach 

Bald Ridge 

200 

South side of Annemessex River back in the woods from the river on the southernmost side… 

March 1, 1680, p. 235 

Col. William Stevens to Andrew Whittington 

Woodland 

150 

South side of Manokin back in the woods from the water side 

March 1, 1680, p. 236 

William Harper 

Harpers Discovery 

200 

On north side of Pocomoke on westernmost side of Dividing Creek westernmost side of Perrahawkin branch….south side of Perrahawkin path 

March 1, 1680, p. 236 

William Stevens to William Turpin 

Totness 

250 

A south side of a creek of Manokin River called Back Creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 236 

Col. William Stevens to John Evans 

Sidney 

50 

North side of Wicomico River about 2 miles back in the woods main branch of Maddam Jeters’ creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 236 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Cary alias Planter 

Westmoreland 

100 

Back in the woods between the head of Great Money creek and Wicomico River 

March 1, 1680, p. 237 

Col. William Stevens 

Chance 

100 

Seaboard site back in the woods from St. Martins River 

March 1, 1680, p. 237 

Col. William Stevens 

Vernum Deane 

350 

Seaboard side on south side of the head of a main branch of St. Martins River… 

March 1, 1680, p. 237 

Col. William Stevens 

Hilliards Mistake 

200 

Seaboard side to the northward of St. Martins River…north side of the head of Back Creek…. 

March 1, 1680 p. 237 

Col. William Stevens 

Supply 

300 

Seaboard side back in the woods from the water a little to the southwest of St. Martins River 

March 1, 1680, p. 238 

Col. William Stevens 

Fishing Harbour 

100 

On the seaboard side an island a little to the eastward of a narrow…head of two inlets of water. 

March 1, 1680, p. 238 

Col. William Stevens to Thomas Wilson 

Derby 

350 

On south side of Nanticoke River and on the south side of a main branch of Barren Creek… Indian path 

March 1, 1680, p. 238 

William Stevens to Francis Jenkins 

Wakefield 

300 

Seaboard side near the divisional line drawn between Maryland and Virginia on westernmost side of Swansicut branch 

March 1, 1680, p. 239 

William Stevens to Nicholas Toadvine 

Gernsey 

150 

Back in the woods from the waterside between the head of the Wicomico River and Rockawalkin River at the head of Paslandible…. 

March 1, 1680, p. 239 

William Stevens to John Simms (?) 

Old Bury [entire citation for this property is marked through as void] 

400 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the Quantico Creek main branch about two miles in the woods from the aforesaid creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 239 

William Stevens to John Rust 

Westchester 

200 

On seaboard side near the divisional line between Maryland and Virginia on the west side of the main branch of Swansicut Creek about two miles back from the water side 

March 1, 1680, p. 239 

Col. William Stevens to George Goddard 

Cramburn 

350 

South side of Wicomico River…land formerly surveyed for Thomas Wally…a small branch called Ducks Cove 

March 1, 1680, p. 239 

Col. William Stevens to Richard Lewis 

Stepney 

150 

Pocomoke River back in the woods from the water side between the river and Morumsco Creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 240 

Col. William Stevens to Robert Dukes 

Hogg Hummack 

North side of Pocomoke Bay in Annemessex Neck…small gut is called Scotts Branch…Small gut called Planners creek 

March 1, 1680, p. 240 

William Stevens To John Harrison 

Harrison’s Adventure 

200 

Northside of Pocomoke River on Northwest side of the Dividing Creek on Branch for the waterside 

March 1, 1680, p. 240 

Col. William Stevens to John Covington 

Sassafras Neck 

150 

North side of Manny River partly in marshes and partly in woodland…mouth of Kings branch dividing from the land of Capt. Mannings and land formerly surveyed for Nehemiah Covington 

March 1, 1680, p. 240 

Col. William Stevens to Daniel Donahoo 

Donnahoe’s Second Chance 

350 

North side of Pocomoke River on the easternmost side of Dividing Creek main branch ….parcel of land formerly surveyed for Henry Smith…land of Joseph Freeman. 

March 1, 1680, p 241 

Col. William Stevens to Daniel Donnahoe 

Unlooked For 

50 

North side of Pocomoke River about 4 miles back in the woods from the water side ….land surveyed for Roger Kaine 

March 1, 1680, p. 241 

Col. William Stevens to James Weatherly 

Weatherlys Contrivance 

300 

Easternmost side of Nanticoke River on the south side of Rewastico branch…land surveyed for Richard Ackworth…and formerly surveyed for William Manlove 

March 1, 1680, p. 241 

Richard Chambers

Cockmore 

200 

South side of Wicomico River main branch where it makes savannah being back in the woods from the water… 

March 1, 1680, p. 241 

Elizabeth Smith to Abraham Heath 

Dudly 

50 

Westernmost side of a branch of a Creek of the Pocomoke River called Dividing Creek branch 

July 9, 1681, p. 242 

John Johnson to James Johnson 

Longvill 

50 

Head of a branch of Manokin River called Shipways Branch north from the water side…formerly surveyed for William Manlove….land formerly surveyed by Thomas Shank…. 

July 9, 1681, p. 242 

William Winslow 

Winsor Castle 

200 

On near side of a branch of Dividing Creek back in the woods from the water…on east side of a path from Tondotank to Perrahawkin…. 

July 9, 1681, p. 242 

Thomas Hall 

Layton 

150 

South side of Pocomoke River about two miles back in the woods from the water side of Pocomoke River….surveyed for William Scott, called Scotts Lott 

July 9, 1681, p. 242 

Mr. Roger Woolford 

Chance [Resurvey] 

300 

On the north side of the Pocomoke River….north side of an Indian path at ye fork of an Indian Bridge the west side of the main branch of Dividing Creek main branch…. 

November 22, 1681, p. 243 

Mr. Samuel Cooper 

Bashan 

200 

North side of Pocomoke River on the westernmost side of Dividing Creek main branch in the fork of the said branch…about 5 miles from the said river… 

September 24, 1681, p. 243 

John Austin for Benjamin Saucer 

Saucer’s Lott 

50 

Northside of Manokin River in a fork of the creek called Broad Creek 

July 9, 1681, p. 243 

Thomas Chappell 

Kingston 

100 

Marked road between Quantico Creek and Nanticoke River…back in the woods from the water side… 

July 9, 1681, p. 244 

Owen Murrah to James Weatherly 

Pechingo Ridge 

250 

South side of Rewastico Branch between Rewastico and Quantico 

September 27, 1681, p. p. 244 

Andrew Jones to James Dashiell 

Becknam [this survey is crossed through as void] 

100 

on southernmost side of Wetipquen Creek back in the woods from said creek…formerly surveyed for Stephen Cannon 

September 19, 1681, p. 244 

Andrew Jones to William Scott 

Scotts Folly 

50 

On north side of Pocomoke Bay on the _____ side of Planner Creek…John Rourke… 

September 19, 1681, p. 244 

Captain John Osbourne 

Convenience [this survey is crossed through as void] 

1000 

South Side of Pocomoke River near the head of the said river…formerly surveyed for Henry Morgan…formerly surveyed for Joshua Light… 

September 19, 1681, p. 245 

Matthew Scarborough 

Piney Purchase 

200 

South side of Pocomoke River near a place called Middletowne…parcel of land called Durham formerly surveyed for Henry Bishop 

July 9, 1681, p. 245 

John Furrs 

Recovery 

288 

East side of Nanticoke River on the south side of Wetipquen Creek and on the west side of Tiaskin Creek… 

May 7, 1681, p. 245 

Andrew Jones to James Dashiell 

Becknam 

150 

East side of Nanticoke River on ye southernmost side of a creek of ye said river called Wetipquen Creek ..back in the woods from the said creek. ..land formerly surveyed for Stephen Cannon 

September 19. 1681, p. 245 

William Planner 

Bostontown Resurvey 

500 

South side of Annemessex River between a creek of the said river called Crane Creek and another creek of aforesaid river called Redcap Creek 

March 4, 1681, p. 246 

Capt. Henry Smith 

Moorefields Resurvey and Greene’s Chance 

250 250 

Not been found to lye contiguous together…parcel of land called Africa…formerly granted to John King (500),,, Pocomoke River…on east side of a creek called Dividing Creek in a neck of land called Nasawattux near Dividing Creek Bridge 

February 20, 1681, p. 246 

Samuel Cooper to Thomas Walker 

Millborough 

150 

South side of Little Many Creek…creek called Little Creek… 

September 27, 1681, p. 246 

Lieut. John Winder 

Pembertons Good Will 

700 

At a fork at the head of Rockiawakin River… at a landing where the said river at the head divides itself…. 

April 9, 1680, p. 247 

Mr. Matthew Scarborough to George Baynum Cooper 

Locke 

250 

South side Pocomoke River near Mattapany Key…. 

October 18, 1680, p. 247 

Mr. Matthew Scarborough 

Timber Quarter 

250 

Near seaboard side between the seaboard side and the Pocomoke River, back from the west side…Durham formerly surveyed for Henry Bishop…. 

July 9, 1681, p. 247 

Mr. Matthew Scarborough to Mr. Samuel Hopkins 

Nuns Greene 

350 

Between seaboard side of Pocomoke River at a place called Middletowne back from the water side….south side of Pope’s Branch. 

July 9, 1681,p. 248 

Mr. Matthew Scarborough to Dunham Olanman 

Pimenio 

50 

On south side of Manokin River and on the south side of king Branch…land surveyed for John King 

July 9, 1681, p. 248 

Nathaniel Daugherty to Mr. Andrew Whittington 

Weaver 

100 

South side of Manokin River back in the woods from ye said river near the head of Kings branch 

July 9, 1681, p. 248 

James Sangster to Julian Messick 

Nantes (Naths) 

100 

East side of Nanticoke River and on the north side of Wetipquen Creek 

July 8, 1681, p. 248 

James Sangster to Stephen Cannon 

Cannons Lott 

100 

East side of Nanticoke River on the south side of Wetipquen Creek 

July 8, 1681, p. 249 

James Sangster to Samuel Handy 

Handy Meddows 

50 

North side of Pocomoke River near the mouth of the said River….Handy’s Gut….Guider’s island…. 

July 8, 1681, p. 249 

Col. William Stevens to Roger Woolford 

Harmsworth 

300 

North side of Pocomoke River on the west side of a creeke of the said river called Dividing Creek….adjacent land granted to Roger Woolford gentleman 

March 30, 1682, p. 249 

Christopher Nutter 

[blank] 

131 

Near the head of Nanticoke River back in the woods from the water side…. 

May 22, 1682, p. 250 

Christopher Nutter 

[blank] 

600 

Adjacent the neck of land on a fork of Nanticoke 

May 22, 1682, p. 250 

Philip Carter to Matthew Dorman 

Dorman’s Purchase 

150 

North side of the head of Manokin River a little above ye wadeing place of ye said river…formerly surveyed for John Nelson 

November 15, 1681, p. 250 

Thomas Pemberton 

Somerfield 

500 

South side of Rockiawakin River on the westernmost side of a branch of a creek of the said river called Tondotank Creek…to the westward of an Indian Field…fork in the aforesaid creeke…. 

November 18, 1682, p. 251 

Thomas Pemberton 

Kellam’s (Hollans ?) Folly 

900 

Resurveyed. Now called Fairfield…at a fork of Wicomico River…formerly surveyed for Richard Stevens…Cowslicke Creeke…arm of ye said Wicomico River. 

November 17, 1682, p. 251 

Cornelius Anderson 

Come By Chance 

100 

North side of Rockawalkin River Back in the woods from ye said River….southside of Little Cuttamactico branch below a horse bridge over ye said branch…. 

June 20, 1682, p. 251 

Cornelius Anderson 

Billboe 

50 

South side of the main branch of Wicomico River back in the woods from the water side 

June 20, 1682, p. 252 

John White 

Hope 

100 

Neck of land between Manokin and Wicomico Rivers on the north side of a thorroughfaire in marshes of Manokin 

March 1, 1681, p. 252 

John White 

Oxford 

100 

South Side of Mouth of Wicomico River at Damm Quarter…mouth of Ball’s Creek 

March 1, 1681, p. 252 

John White to John Richins 

Richins Addition 

100 

North side ….Manokin River near a creek of the said river called Broad Creek back from ye water side….land formerly surveyed for Benjamin Saucer 

March 1, 1681, p. 253 

Thomas Jones to Daniel Selby 

Carragonistick 

350 

At the head of Mattapany branch…land formerly surveyed for Edward and John Small…land formerly surveyed for Thomas Purnell…land of Richard Holland…land of Daniel Selby…. 

October 16, 1682, p. 253 

Samuel Jackson 

Venture 

300 

Head of Nanticoke River on north side of a branch of the said river commonly called Cherritone Creek 

August 3, 1682, p. 253 

William Stevens to Christopher Nutter 

Arrowataquango 

1200 

At head of Nanticoke River in a fork of the branch of said river 

October 24, 1679, p. 254 

Col. William Stevens to Christopher Nutter 

Testawondocks 

131 

Near ye head of Nanticoke River back in the woods from ye waterside 

October 24, 1679, p. 254 

Col. William Stevens 

Rich Ridge 

On the head of Nanticoke River back in the woods from the water side. 

October 24, 1679, p. 254 

Randall Revell to Arnold Elzey 

Partners choice 

150 

South side of a branch of Manokin River called Trading Branch near the head of the said branch… 

April 26, 1682, p. 255 

Randall Revell to James Ingram 

Smithfield 

100 

Back in the woods from the head of Wicomico River at a place called Tammaroons Ridge 

April 26, 1682, p. 255 

Randall Revell to Richard Stevens 

Hoggs Downe 

150 

On the north side of Wicomico River at the head of Stevens Back Creek… 

April 26, 1682, p. 255 

John Webb 

Coloraine 

200 

On south side of Manokin River back in the woods from the water side….land formerly surveyed for John King 

November 16, 1682, p. 255 

John Cropper 

Assateague Fields and Charles Choice [resurvey] 

1200 

Addition of land called Wrixoms…lying on seaboard side of Assateague partly in woodland …a marked road near a horse ridge…head of a small creek called Assateague Creek… bounded on east by Mobjack Bay…small creek called Wouldhaves Branch 

November 11, 1682, p. 256 

John Cropper 

Point Lookout 

On the seaboard side at Assateague in a neck of land commonly called Wallops Neck…land surveyed for Richard Hill…. 

September 19, 1682, p. 256 

Thomas Pemberton 

Roades 

350 

On south side of Rokawalkin River…land formerly surveyed for John Westlock 

November 18, 1682, p. 256 

William Kennett to Col. William Stevens 

Herring Quarter 

300 

Seaboard side on south side of St. Martin’s River at the head of Herring Creek where it divides into two branches 

November 16, 1682, p. 256 

John Gladstone 

Taylors Hill 

200 

Near the head of Nanticoke River back in the woods from the water side on the western most side of a branch called Judwine Branch 

May 22, 1682, p. 256 

John Gladstone 

Glade Tower 

100 

At the head of the Nanticoke River back in the woods from the water side 

May 22, 1682, p. 257 

John Gladstone 

Gladstone’s Delight 

100 

At the head of Nanticoke River on south west side of the westernmost branch of Charrestone Creek divides at the Wiccomess Neck….old fields…land of William Stevens 

May 22, 1682, p. 257 

Christopher Nutter to Joseph Freeman 

Freemans Discovery 

500 

North side of Pocomoke on the east side of a creek of said river called Dividing Creek in a neck 

May 22, 1682, p. 258 

Christopher Nutter to Tobias Pepper 

St. Leonards 

200 

Back in the woods between the seaside and Pocomoke River…north side of a branch called Deep Branch 

May 22, 1682, p. 258 

Christopher Nutter to Thomas Clifton 

Falmouth 

200 

Seaboard side on west side of a branch called Swansicut Branch 

May 22, 1682, p. 258 

Christopher Nutter to William Keene 

Cherverly 

100 

North side of Rockawalkin River back in the woods from the river….little Nailsey formerly surveyed for William Keene 

May 22, 1682, p. 259 

Christopher Nutter to William Keene 

Partners Choice 

600 

Between Nanticoke River and Rockiawakin River adjacent to the branches of both the aforesaid rivers…south side of Quantico branch called Old Bury…east side of path called Whorekill Road…to Cottingham’s Branch formerly surveyed for Mannahhas Morris 

May 22, 1682, p. 259 

Christopher Nutter to William Wins 

Raxin Hill (Raccoon’s Hill?) 

100 

North side of Pocomoke River back in the woods from the water side…westernmost side of Perakawken Branch… 

May 22, 1682, p. 259 

Christopher Nutter to Christopher Nugent 

Come By Chance 

150 

South side of the main branch of Manokin River about a mile back in the Wadeing place at the head of said river….land of John Shipway… 

May 22, 1682, p. 259 

Lawrence Gary to Thomas and Susanna Walker 

Father’s care 

200 

North side of Rockawalkin River…small creek…[note: this is void] crossed through 

February 22, 1679, p. 260 

Lawrence Gray to John Emmett 

Pinder’s Neglect 

200 

Seaboard side back in the woods from the water near Assateague 

February 26, 1679/80, p. 260 

Lieut. John Osbourne 

Convenience 

1200 

South side of Pocomoke River near the head of sad river…land formerly surveyed for Henry Morgan…land formerly surveyed for Joshua Light…land formerly surveyed for Henry Hall 

September 19, 1681, p. 260 

Edward Hammond 

Shasbury 

700 

South side of head of Pocomoke River in a neck of land called Quapanco 

June 9, 1681 p.261 

John Goddin 

Rochester 

200 

On south side of Pocomoke River near land of said river…landing known as Accargoe Landing…Cottmans Branch….Little above a horse bridge…. 

May 9, 1682, p. 261 

Anthony Underwood 

Cox’s Advice 

200 

Head of Rockawalkin Rivier back in the woods in a fork of ye said river about a mile above the water side…formerly surveyed for John Winder 

February 18, 1682, p. 262 

Richard Jefferson 

Cockland 

200 

At head of Rockiawakin River back in the woods from the said river…below a path and Indian Bridge over the said branch 

November 16, 1682, p. 262 

Edward Cary to Thomas Cary 

Cary’s Advance 

50 

At head of Rockawalkin River back in the woods from the waterside…branch of the aforesaid river…land formerly surveyed for Cornelius Johnson 

April 5, 1682, p. 262 

Edward Sidbury 

Tarby Cockhill 

At the head of the main mouth of the Manokin River back in the woods from the water 

June 6, 1683, p. 262 

Edward Gibbs to Thomas Cox 

Coxes Fork 

300 

At head of Rockawalkin River back in the woods from the river 

September 19, 1681, p. 263 

Edward Gibbs to Levin Denwood 

Denwoods Denn 

300 

Rockawalkin River back in the woods about three miles back from the water 

September 19, 1681, p. 263 

Edward Gibbs to Cornelius Johnson 

Coxes Choice 

300 

At the head of Rockawalkin River back in the woods from the water 

September 19, 1681, p. 263 

John Parker 

Harmon 

350 

At the head of Wicomico River back in the woods from ye water…swamp called Baley Swamp 

November 16, 182, p. 264 

John Mears 

Durham 

150 

Back in the woods from the head of Manokin River formerly surveyed for John Creelee. 

April 5, 1683, p. 264 

Thomas Horseman 

Kendall 

100 

At head of Manokin River in the woods 

April 5, 1683, p. 264 

Henry Froute to Thomas Horseman 

Flodders (Flodden) 

50 

Head of Manokin River back in the woods at Pocmossson 

April 5, 1683, p. 264 

John Davis 

Sallop 

100 

On north side of Wicomico River at the head of the said river back in the woods from the water side…formerly surveyed for John Okee. 

April 5, 1683, p. 265 

John Christopher to John Davis 

Battlefield 

50 

North side of the head of Wicomico River back in the woods from the water side 

November 18, 1682, p. 265 

James Johnson to Robert Crouch 

Bedlam Green 

150 

The head of Wicomico River back in ye wood side from ye water side 

July 9, 1681, p. 265 

Isaac Hilliard to Col. William Coulbourne 

Increase 

50 

South side Annemessex River back in the woods from ye river at ye head of Coulbournes Creek…Formerly surveyed for col. Coulbourne called Pomfrett..land surveyed for Samuel Jackson and Nathaniel Horsey 

July 9, 1681, p. 265 

William Brereton 

Island Marsh 

50 

North side of the head of Wicomico River…formerly surveyed for Benjamin Cotttman called Chance 

November 16, 1682, p. 266 

William Brereton to William Yalding 

Chappell Greene 

50 

Head of Wicomico River in a fork at the said River…formerly surveyed for Robert Crouch… 

November 16, 1682, p. 266 

Josias Seaward to William Harper 

Harpers Increase 

100 

On the north side of Pocomoke River at Perrahawken Branch on westernmost side of Dwelling Creek 

April 5, 1683, p. 266 

Josias Seaward assigned to??? 

Chance 

50 

North side of Manokin River back from the river 

April 5, 1683, p. 266 

Richard Lewis to Richard Pepper 

Cart Wheel 

150 

South side of Nanticoke River..land formerly called Barren Quarter 

March 15, 1681, p. 267 

John Gladstone 

Gladstone’s Choice 

150 

South side of Nanticoke River a little to the southward of his lordships mannor..at mouth of the small creek called Beaver Damm Creek 

August 7, 1682, p. 267 

Henry Hall to David Hogg and Somerset Dickeson 

Greene parke 

200 

Northside of Pocomoke Bay on the easternmost side of Marumsco Creek …Kitts creek.. 

September 19, 1681, p. 268 

Walter Carter to John Atkins for the account of Roger OKaine 

Sandich 

150 

North east side Dividing Creek…land surveyed for Daniel Donnahoe. 

April 5, 1683, p. 268 

Thomas Martin for John Emmett 

Convenience 

150 

South side of Pocomoke River back in the woods between Acongo and Quepanquah 

November 16, 1683, p. 268 

Jacob Warrington to Roger Phillips 

Roxbourough 

100 

Near the head of Wicomico River…back in the woods at a place known as Tammermanns Ridge…land of Phillip Askew (?) 

November 15, 1683, p. 269 

William Merrill to John Gillis 

Gillis Adventure 

100 

North side of Rockawalkin River about 3 miles back in the woods from the water side…surveyed for Capt. Thomas Walker 

November 6, 1682, p. 269 

Benjamin Summer 

Double Purchase 

100 

At head of Wicomico River Back in the woods from the water side…land surveyed for John Parsons. 

September 19, 1681, p. 269

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