Young, William[1]

Male Abt 1650 - 1687  (~ 35 years)


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  • Name Young, William 
    Born Abt 1650 
    Gender Male 
    LEG 27 Dec 1655 
    • Court and Testamentary Business, 1656.447, The 27th of December 1655
      Be it known unto all men by these presents that I William
      Young of Norniny planter doth out of Love and tender affec-
      tion that I beare unto Richard Bennett younger, I doe freely
      Give the Said Richard Bennett younger being Son to Richard
      Bennett Elder Living in Popler Neck in Maryland planter, one
      Cowe Calfe being marked of the Right Eare with a Crop and
      Slitt, And on the left Eare with a Swallow fork: being now of
      Liber B. two years old and being Colloured black, And I desire by
      No. 3. these prsents that the above heifer may he this Recorded with
      her Increase to the abovesaid Richard from hence forth She and
      her increase for Ever to him and his heirs after him And if in
      Case time Said Richard Should dye before he hath Issue that
      the Said Heifer and her Increase may for the god and use
      p. 188 of Mary Bennett being Daughter to the aforesaid Richard
      Bennett Elder and Sister to the abovesaici Richard Bennett
      Younger In Wittness whereof I doe hereunto Sett my hand
      the day and year abovewritten. Will Young
      Testes Henry Spinke
      Emperor Smith
      This 27th of December 1655
      And I Richard Bennett doe bind my Self to put this above-
      said Deed of Guift upon the Record in Maryland the next
      Court held in the Province as Wittness my hand the day and
      year above written
      Testes Emperor Smith the mark
      Henry Spinke of Richard Bennett
    LEG Mar 1672  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • At March Court 1672 Simon Clymer claimed that William Young owed him for work he had done by agreement in building a church.
    LEG 17 Feb 1673  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Talbot County Court Proceedings, 1662-1674. 591, A Courtt held for Talbott County By his Lordpps Justices of the Peace the Seauenteenth Day of Febuary in the 42th yeare of the Dominion of Caecilius &C: Anncxp Doth 1673
      William Sturdiuant Plat [p.-]
      William Younge Defft In a Plea of Tresspas upon Case
      That the said young Was Indebted to the said Willm Sturdiuant
      Foure hundred Pounds of Tobacoe for Learneing him the Said
      William Younge for to Play on the Violin the Flat Proues theire
      agreemt The Courtt hath Ordred that William young Make prsent
      payment unto William Sturdiuant Foure hundred pounds of Tobacoe
      with Cost of Suit:
      William younoe Plat
      In a Plea of debt:
      William Sturdiuant Defft
      The Deift William Sturdiuant Conifeseth Judgmt for Foure hun
      dred Pounds of Tobacoe due to the Flat Wittm Young: The Courtt
      hath Ordred that William Sturdiuant Make prsent Payment of
      Fowre hundred Pounds of Tobacoe unto William young With Cost
      of Suit
    Land 21 Sep 1675  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • William Young, carpenter, and his wife Frances, conv, to John Sergeant and Richard Webb, 200 a. called Carpender's Square on Thomas' Branch of Wye River
    Land 22 Aug 1676  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND
      COURT
      LAND RECORDS
      1676-1692
      page 7Folio 504
      Grantor: RICHARD LOWDER 08/22/1676
      Grantee: WILLIAM YOUNG, planter
      For the sum of 4000 lbs of tobacco Lowder sells to Young the upper ? of 300 acres of land lying on the north side of the Chester River and on the est side of Langford's Bay called "Reverdon" the ? of the said 300 acres being sold and in the possession of Patrick Sullivant which is the lower ? but the upper ? Lowder sells to Young beginning at Vaughan's Branch and running south west for breadth down the said bay 75 perches to a marked locust standing on the said Patrick's plantation and running from there south for length 320 perches and from the end of the east by south line running north east 75 perches for breadth and from the end of the said north east line running wet and by north 320 perches until it intersects a parallel line drawn from the said Vaughan's Branch
      bounded on the west by the said bay, bounded on the south by the said east by south line, bounded on the east by the said north east line, bounded on the north by the said west by north line and cont. 150 acres.
      Witnesses: Thomas Warren, Jr.
      John Hendrickson
      Note: Lowder signed the document in his own hand
      (folio 50, Liber G)
    Land 21 Nov 1676  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • William Young carpenter, and his wife Frances, cony. to John Greene, 200 a., Carpenders Square, in Wye River
    Tax 1678  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Young, Wm - 140 lbs. tobacco
    Land 25 Feb 1678  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND
      COURT
      LAND RECORDS
      Liber B, i, Transcript
      1676-1692
      page 9
      Folio 8
      Grantor: WILLIAM YOUNG, planter 02/25/1678
      Grantee: PATRICK SULLIVANT, planter
      For the sum of 4000 lbs of tobacco, Young sells to Sullivant all that parcel or tract of land cont. and laid out for 150 acres called "Reverden" beginning at a branch called Vaughan's Branch and running south west down the bay called Langford Bay 75 perches to a marked locust standing in the said Sullivant's
      plantation and running from the said locust east and by south for length 320 perches from the end of the east and by south line running north east 75 perches and from the end of the north east line running west and by north 320 perches to the 1st branch called Vaughan's Branch .
      Witnesses: Michael Miller
      James Boullay
      Note: Young signed the document with his mark
      (folio 83, Liber G)
    Inherited 4th Sept., 1678  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Maryland Calendar of Wills, Volume 1
      Webb, Richard, Talbot Co., 4th Sept., 1678; 18th Jan., 1678. To Sarah Young, eld. dau. of William Young, Talbot Co., 200 A., "Middle Plantation." To Eliza: Young, young. dau. of sd. William, 100 A. (unnamed). To William Young, Jr., personalty. William Young, Sr., ex. and residuary legatee. Test: Franciseus Ferdinandus Goyer, Wm. Chearsmor, Jno. Seirgent. Test: Will. Rendall, Jno. Dune, Philip Stevenson. 10. 22.
    Land 27 Mar 1680  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND
      COURT
      LAND RECORDS
      Liber B, i, Transcript
      1676-1692
      page 9
      Folio 16
      Grantor: WILLIAM COURSEY, gentleman of Talbot County 03/27/1680
      ELIZABETH COURSEY, wife of William
      Grantee: WILLIAM SMITH, planter
      For the sum of 6000 lbs of tobacco, Coursey, with the consent of his wife, sells to Young all that piece or parcel of land cont. 200 acres beginning at a bounded tree standing at the head of Langford Bay being the bounded tree of a parcel of land sold to Abraham Ambross running along the side of Ambross's land north west 400 perches to a marked oak and thence north east 80 perches to a bounded
      oak and from thence south east 400 perches until it meets with the branch of Langford's Bay and from thence to the 1st bounded oak and which 200 acres of land lying and being in Langford Bay and in part and parcel of a tract of land of 1000 acres formerly granted by patent to William Coursey bearing the date of 09/16/1668
      Witnesses: John Hawkins
      Richard Lamb
      Note: both Coursey and his wife signed the document in their own hands
      (folio 25, Liber H)
      Folio 19
      Bond of Obligation 03/27/1680
      William Coursey, gentleman, of Talbot County is firmly bound to William Smith, planter of Kent County in the full and just sum of 12,000 lbs of tobacco. The condition of the bond is such that shall Coursey and wife keep, observe, and perform the articles, agreements, covenants, etc. specified in an indenture between him and William Young, then the bond will be of no effect.
      Witnesses: Henry Coursey, Jr.
      Richard Lamb
      Note: Coursey signed the document in his own hand
      (folio 25, Liber H)
    Land 11 Jun 1680  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • William Young, carpenter, and his wife Frances, conv, to John Serjeant, cooper, 200 a. near the head of Wye River called Hopewell, adj. land of Peter Sides
    Land 18 Oct 1680  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • On William Young, planter, and his wife Frances, conv. to Nememiah Covington, planter, the dwell. plant. were Covington resided near the head of Wye River, and other land
    Land 12 Aug 1682  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • William Young, carpenter, and his wife Frances, conv, to John Browne, part of the land laid out for Thos. Williams called The Addition on Williams' Branch, Back Wye River and adj. called Partnership, total 350 a
    Land 16 Jun 1683  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • William Young, carpenter, and his wife Frances, conv, to Richard Jones, smith, 100 a. Young's Chance on Back Wye River
    Land 1 Aug 1683  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • He was in Kent Co. by 1 Aug 1683 when Richard Lowder of KE Co. and his wife Carolina conv, to him 33 a., called Green Branch
      KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND
      COURT
      LAND RECORDS
      Liber K
      1676-1692
      page 19
      Folio 55
      Grantor: RICHARD LOWDER, Planter 08/01/1683
      CAROLINA, wife of Richard
      Grantee: WILLIAM YOUNG, planter
      For the sum of 2500 lbs of tobacco, Lowder and wife sell to Young all that parcel of land or tract beginning at a marked gum in the branch running south 90 perches to a marked red oak standing in a swamp from the swamp running east for length 130 perches to a marked red oak standing in the branch thence running down the branch west and by north 140 perches to the 1st marked gum cont. 33 acres called "Green Branch"
      Witnesses: Thomas Davis
      Thomas Joce
      William Pearle (mark)
      Note: Lowder signed the document in his own hand and Carolina signed with her mark
    Land 17 Jun 1684  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • Jacob Seth and his wife Barbara conv, to William Younge, carpenter, 83 a., part of Mt. Mill on w. side of Thomas' Branch
    Occupation
    • Carpenter, Planter
    Died Between 12 Jan 1685 and 31 May 1687  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Will 12 Jan 1686  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Young, William,Kent Co.,12th Jan., 1686;
      31st May, 1687.
      To wife (unnamed), extx., "Stanford" during life.
      To sons William and John, sd. plantation at death of wife afsd.
      To eld. dau. Sarah, 200 A., "Middle Plantation."
      To sec. dau. Eliza: and hrs., plantation afsd. in event of death of sd Sarah without isane.
      Test: Jas. Clayland, Philip Hopkins, Peter Sides. 4. 278.
      MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 2
      VOLUME II.
    Probate 31 May 1687  Kent Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate 10 Dec 1688  Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • William Young
      Talbot County
      Payments to Robert Smith, Robert, Sweatnam
      Executrix: Frances Young (widow)
    Residence Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Near Wye River
    _UID D1BC8E7C68E14A52A2C79F8B90891A034579 
    Person ID I3720  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 4 Dec 2006 

    Family Webb, Frances 
    Married 14 Apr 1670 
    _UID DA63A4FC4BDB49F6A0F477599D07E449776B 
    Children 
     1. Young, Elizabeth,   d. Bef 5 Jan 1736
     2. Young, William,   d. Bef Nov 1754, Talbot Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Young, John,   d. Bef Aug 1742
     4. Young, Sarah
    Last Modified 4 Dec 2006 
    Family ID F1276  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
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    Link to Google MapsLEG - 17 Feb 1673 - Talbot Co., MD Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsInherited - 4th Sept., 1678 - Talbot Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLand - 27 Mar 1680 - Kent Co., MD Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsDied - Between 12 Jan 1685 and 31 May 1687 - Kent Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsWill - 12 Jan 1686 - Kent Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsProbate - 31 May 1687 - Kent Co., MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsProbate - 10 Dec 1688 - Talbot Co., MD Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S161] Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore.