Davis, Garah[1]

Male Abt 1695 - Aft 1764  (~ 69 years)


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  • Name Davis, Garah  [2
    Born Abt 1695  [3
    Gender Male 
    Property 21 Feb 1728  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    • purchased 108 a. of Three Beall's Manour, Liber M, p. 374
      Enrolled at the request of Gerald Davis, 21 Feb 1728
      indenture, 12 Dec 1728, Between William Beall, planter, Charles Beall, planter, and John Beall, planter, of the one part and Gerald Davis
      Beale, Charles William; Beales Mannor, The; 1787 Acres 1724/05/20 Patented Certificate 251 0 0 MSA S 1203-313
      Beals Mannor, 1787 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Beale, Charles & William 1724 Patent Record UK A, p. 224 0 0 MSA S 1595-341
      Beals Mannor, 1787 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Beale, Charles & William 1724 Patent Record PL 5, p. 669 0 0 MSA S 1595-342
    LEG 28 Nov 1734  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    • Liber T, p. 301
      Recorded at the request of Ninian Beall, 28 Nov 1734
      John Mackee, Geary Davis and Nehemiah Ogden confess judgment to Ninian Beall for #1.1.9 against John Mackee
    Relocation Abt 1737-1738  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    • to "Hope" on the east side of Monocacy near Bennett Creek, with Mr. Bald Emerson, to run this place, If this was Archibald Edmonston, they came from Prince George's County, probably around Upper Marlboro.
      This is where I think Meredith Davis came from.
      Hope was at present-day Lilypons.
      Hope, 3000 Acres; Certificate Developer/Owner: Bennett, Richard 1726 Patent Record IL B, p. 1
      Hope, 3000 Acres; Patent Developer/Owner: Bennett, Richard 1726 Patent Record PL 6, p. 367
    Testified 19 Apr 1740  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • will of John Rogers, Gerah Davis
      other test: Arch Edmonson
    Property 24 Mar 1742  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • part of Gunder's Delight, Recorded at the request of Gerah Davis, Indenture between Richard Snowden of Anne Arundel Co. and Gerah Davis; for 3,225# tobacco; part of Gunder's Delight; containing 64 1/2 acres; /s/ Richard Snowden; wit. James Edmonston, Joseph Chapline
      Liber Y, Page 640
      Davis Addition to Gunders Delight, 70 Acres; Certificate
      Developer/Owner: Davis, Gerah 1742 Patent Record LG E, p. 76 0 0
      Davis Addition to Gunders Delight, 70 Acres; Patent
      Developer/Owner: Davis, Gerah 1742 Patent Record EI 6, p. 536 0 0
      near mouth of Monocacy
    LEG 24 Mar 1744  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Prerogative Court Abstracts, A Gary Davis listed with Samuel Warner as next of kin in estate of David Condle
      Appraisers James Magruder, Ninian Willatt
      Creditors: David Crufurd, Thomas Sprigg
      Administratix: Elizabeth Condle
      Samuel Warner was David Condle's stepson
      David Condal married Elizabeth Warner 30 DEC 1733 Saint Barnabas Church, Queen Anne Parish, Prince Georges, Maryland
      Samuel Warner born 17 SEP 1719 Saint Barnabas Church, Queen Anne Parish
      Sarah Warner born 29 MAR 1717 Saint Barnabas Church,
      children of Samuel and Elizabeth Warner
      Samuel Warner married Frederick Co. abt 1759
      Samuel Warner listed 1777 tax list Montgomery County
      Calendar of Wills 1753-60
      Condon, Elizabeth PG County
      23 Jan-14 Mar 1757
      Children Samuel Warner, Priscilla Baker
      Ex: Samuel Warner
      Wit: James Gibson, James Willett, Wm Willett
      Calendar of Wills 1726-32
      Warner, Samuel planter PG County
      21 Nov 1731- 29 Mar 1732
      To son Samuel and dau. Sarah, personalty at age of 16 years
      wife Elizabeth, exct, residue of estate
      Test. John Henry, Richard Harrison, Sarah Bennett
      Frederick Co. 1800 census--David Condel, David Condol, David Condel Jr.
    LEG 9 May 1744  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Prerogative Court Abstracts. Payments from estate of Robert Beall to Garah Davis, John Harding, and others, Prerogative Court Abstracts, Adminstration Accounts
      Robert Beall 20.164 A PG £337.15.6 £42.17.10 May 9 1744
      Payments to: Garah Davis, Thomas Cas, James Doull, Joseph Lord, John Harding,
      Jr., Dr. John Hambleton, John Beall, Dr. Samuel Stringer, Daniel Dulany,
      Esq.
      Executor: Joseph Beall
    Property 1745  Prince George's Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    • Whiskie, Frederick County Circuit Court
      Land Surveys and Condominium Plats
      Whiskie, 282 Acres; Certificate Developer/Owner: Davis, Garah 1745 Patent Record LG E, p. 341
      Whiskie, 282 Acres; Patent Developer/Owner: Davis, Garah 1745 Patent Record PT 1, p. 195
      Whiskie, Montgomery County, Certificate 282 Liber Lge#3 Folio 341, Patent 282 Liber Pt#1 Folio 195
      On January 25, 1748, Gideon Howard assigned to John Worthington, Merchant, for #169/10/4, a tract of land in Prince George's County, later Frederick, known as "Whiskie Ridge" which had been resurveyed into "Addition of Whiskie" for 1,063 acres on the south side of a draught of Piney Hill Branch descending into Linganore Creek, bordering the land of Dr. Scott and Richard Davis.
    LEG 18 Apr 1749  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Will of John Harding, next of kin: Gerah Davis, William Davis
      Administratrix" Elizabeth Harding
      Apprasiers: James Veatch, William Norris
      Creditors: Richard Snowden
    LEG Mar 1750  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Juror, "This Was The Life " by Millard Milburn Rice
      March Court of 1750[/51]
      pg. 69 = In a suit by William Cumming, Esquire, against Henry Gaither, the latter is accused of killing "a certain mastiff dogg belonging to the said William Cumming of the price of 20 pounds sterling." The case was referred to a jury composed of Edward Owen, William Williams son of Thomas, Charles Coates, Garah Davis, Robert Debutts, Richard Touchstone, Thomas Dowden, Wadsworth Wilson, Hendery Allison, John Purdom, William Wallace and William Wheat.
      The jurors found for the defendant and ordered Cumming to pay him 808 1/4 pounds of tobacco for his costs and charges.
    LEG 20 Jun 1750  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Garah Davis, Debtor to the estate of Cleburn Simms, innkeeper, of Frederick/Washington County
      A list of Debts formerly Due to Cleburn Simms [sic], InnKeeper Frederick County, now Washington County-Frederick County Register of Wills 1749-1762 A 1, i Wife Mary Simms. Witnesses to inventory Elizabeth Jones and Richard Simms, nearest of kin. Sworn before John Darnell.
    Property 19 Nov 1751  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Garey/Garah Davis sold 108 Acres John and Elizabeth, Part Of Three Bealls Manour, To John Beall, witnessed by Sarah, wife of Garah Davis
      Three Beall's Manor next to Snowden's Manor in the Colesville area, not far from John Harding's Harding's Choice, Montgomery County
      other Davis names associated with this tract: Charles, wife Elizabeth, son John
      11/10/1755 patent resurvey on part Balls Manor, John Davis, 907 acres, Frederick County
      1769 Daniel Lewis sells John and Elizabeth part of Three Bealls Manor, to Robert Beall
    Property 16 Jul 1752  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • MD Gazette, 16 July 1752 #377:
      Richard Snowden has land for sale...Gander's Delight near the mouth of the Monochasy in Frederick County, adjoining the Manor of Charles Carroll, lying near Capt. William Griffith's and Garret Davis'
    LEG 31 Aug 1752  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Prerogative Court Abstracts, Garey Davis and John Veatch appraised estate of Benjamin Notley Windsor
    LEG 2 Mar 1753  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Garrith Davis appraised estate of Benjamin Notley Windsor with John Veatch
    LEG 12 Nov 1753  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Prerogative Court Abstracts, Administration accounts. Garah Davis appraised estate of John Cholmondley with William Smith, Prerogative Court Abstracts, Inventories
      John Cholmondley 58.174 I FR £59.16.2 Nov 12 1753 May 30 1754
      Appraisers: William Smith, Garah Davis.
    LEG 16 Apr 1754  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Gara Davis gave deposition on bounds of land tract Hope on east side of Monocacy, not far from Bennett's Creek, Gara Davis, aged about 59 years, deposeth that about 16 or 17 years ago he came to this place with Mr. Bald [sic] Edmonston, to run this tract, and that Thomas Gittings deceased told this deponent that the place where this tree now stands was the beginning for said tract. Before Thos. Dawson, Wm Luckett
    LEG 19 Jun 1754  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • ., Rachel Sprigg recorded supersedeas 19 June 1754 against John Davis, Garry Davis, and James Edwards for tobacco plus costs, to be paid by 10 Feb. next. Taken before Jos Smith and Wm Webb
    Signed Between 1755 and 1756  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Petition for new parish, Archives of MD, Volume 52, Page 669-671
      Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly
      February 22, 1755 - October 9, 1756
    Census 1756  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Davis Garah Frederick County MD 126 All Saints Parish MD Early Census Index Mds1b924758
    Bondsman 1756  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Estate Of Esther Duvall West
    Signed Between 1758 and 1761  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Petition for rebuilding parish church, A PETITION, UNDATED, BUT APPARENTLY OF THIS PERIOD, SIGNED BY SUNDRY INHABITANTS OF ALL SAINTS PARISH, TO THE GOVERNOR AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRAYING THAT A TAX BE IMPOSED FOR REBUILDING THE PARISH CHURCH AND TWO CHAPELS
      signed by Garith Davis
      Archives of MD, vol. 56, p. 503
      Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly
      October 23, 1758 to May 6, 1761
    LEG 16 Mar 1759  Loudoun Co., VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • From Loudoun County orders, 1757-1762, p 228 : Upon the Petition of Garah Davis against Elizabeth Davis, Admrx. of Thomas Davis, Jr., deced, for a Debt due by Account, this day came the parties by their Attornies who being heard, it is considered by the Court that Plt. recover against Deft. one pound, fourteen shillings and five pense to be levied of the goods and chattels of the Decedent in the hands of the Deft. to be administered.
      From Loudount County Will Book A, pp 117-118:The Estate of Thomas Davis, Jr Decd...paid Garah Davis...[followed by a long list of others; Garah was the first.].
      from James Lloyd
      Jblloyd1@aol.com
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      Thomas DAVIS Pedigree
      Sex: M Family
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      Event:
      Birth: Abt. 1678

      Death: 1758
      , Loudoun, Va
      Burial: 1758
      , Loudoun, Va
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      Parents:
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      Marriage:
      Spouse: Elizabeth MINOR Family
      Marriage: 28 Nov 1703
      Cilfowyr, Manordeifi Par, Pembroke, Wales
      Children

      1. Sex Name
      F Rachel DAVIS

      Born: Abt 1740 Place: , , Va
      Died: Aft 1813 Place:
      Marriage: Spouse: Thomas PRITCHARD Marriage: Abt 1759
    LEG 15 Nov 1759  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Prerogative Court Abstracts. Garah Davis appraised estate of Capt. Edward Sprigg with Benjamin Norris, Capt. Edward Sprigg 67.289 I FR £206.16.3 Nov 15 1758 Jun 21 1759
    Census 1760 
    • Davis, Garith MD Frederick Co. All Saints Parish 141 1760
    AKA (Facts Pg)
    • Garey, Garith, Garrah
    Signed Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • for appointment of a justice, CALENDAR OF MARYLAND STATE PAPERS--THE BLACK BOOKS 227 158 IX, 22 Prince George's County. Petition of several inhabitants above the Monocacy to the Governor. The subscribers have greatly suffered by the loss or want of a proper person for the office of justice; they recommend Capt. Griffith, William Toneyhill, and Jackob Duckett as proper candidates for that office. D.S. 1 P. 30.6cm x 18.8cm. Mutilated. Signers: Samuel Duvall, Henery Emroney , John Harper, Ephraim Gold, James Rigges, Henry Truman Hill, Luke Ray, Mikell Hallett, John Sonnis, Thomas Wilson, Hadworth Wilson, Absallom Wilson, Joseph Wilson, Nichols Roads, Joseph Worren, John Whealler, Orlando Griffith, Robart Parl , Joseph Hill, James Parl , Benjamen Kelley , Joseph Bookout, John Cramphin, William Davis, John Harding, Gareth Davis, Joseph Harris, Aquila Compton James Comton, Arthur Nelson, Jr., Joseph Gold, John Nelso, Alexander De- 0 0, Grge Wea - - -, ____-, _____, ______, ______, John Tur, Danel Pa - - -, John Adon - - s, John John- - -, , John Comton James Wood .
    Probate 1764  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Summons, Testamentary Papers, Box 70, Folder 9, MD State Archive
    Will 1 Mar 1764  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Liber 32, folder 42 , Garah Davis Will
      Frederick County, MD Will Book 1 pg. 210
      FHC Film 0014019
      In the Name of God Amen The first Day of March one thousand seven hundred & sixty four. I Garah Davis of Frederick County in the provance [sic] of Maryland being very sickly & weak in Body but of perfect mind & memory, Thanks be given to God therefore, Calling to mind the mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed for all Men to die, do make this my Last Will & Testament that is to say, first of all I recommend my Soul to God my Saviour who first gave it, and my Body to the Earth to be buried at the Discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the general Resurrection I[,] I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. And as touching my worldly Estate I give and devise as follows, that is to say.
      Item I give & bequeath to my Son Benjamin Davis one Negro Man named George and one hundred and twenty and five Acres of Land with the plantation he now dwells in, to be layed off at the Discretion of Nathan Veatch.
      Item I give & bequeath to my three Daughters, that is to say Elizabeth, Sarah & Prissiller [sic] each of them one Cow - Prissiller to have a Calf with her Cow.
      Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary one Mare, that is to say the oldest Mare now on the plantation and two Gounds [sic] & pettycotes [sic] to be delivered to her in two years by my Son Richard, at his Discussion [sic] that is to say of what Sort of Stuff he pleases.
      Item I give & bequeath to my Son Richard Davis my dwelling Plantation with all the Lands adjoining the same, together with all my movable Estate, & to see that all my just Debts be paid & see that this my Last Will & Testament be fulfilled in manner & Form aforementioned, and I do hereby, utterly disallow revoke and disannull all other Wills, Legacies & Executors by me before named, confirming this to be my Last Will & Testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand & Seal the Day & Year first above mentioned.
      Garah his X mark Davis
      Signed & Seald in the presents [sic] of
      Wm Spiers
      Jacob [Duckett?]
      Nathan Veatch
      On the 6th Day of April 1764 Came Jacob Duckett & Nathan Veatch two of the Subscribing Witnesses to the within Will and made oath on the holy Evangelists of Almighty God that they did see the Testator Garah Davis sign and Seal the said Will & heard him publish pronounce and declare the same to be his Last Will and Testament, and that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their apprehensions of a sound and disposing Mind & memory & they also did see William Spiers the other subscribing Witness to the said Will sign his Name as a Witness thereto, & that they severally subscribed their Names as Witnesses to the said Will in presence of the said Testator and in presence of each other
      Sworn before
      Thos. Bowles Depty. Comy. Fredk. Cty.
    Died Aft 1 Mar 1764  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate 6 Apr 1764  Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Related to my family
    _UID 406C7C61F65444F9B8552097674298E3F8D1 
    Person ID I3826  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 6 Aug 2012 

    Family Unknown, Sarah,   d. Between 20 Nov 1751-1764 
    _UID 15BBCCC0B7784CED935655E4AB352E8276C3 
    Children 
     1. Davis, Prisciller,   b. Between 1727 and 1732,   d. Between 1764 and 1783, Burlington, Boone Co., KY Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 37 years)
     2. Davis, Elizabeth,   b. 1728, Montgomery Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft Mar 1764  (Age > 36 years)
     3. Davis, Sarah,   b. Abt 1737, Montgomery Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1795  (Age ~ 59 years)
     4. Davis, William,   d. Bef 1 Mar 1764
     5. Davis, Richard Sr.,   d. Aug 1795, Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. Davis, Mary,   d. Aft Mar 1764
     7. Davis, Benjamin Sr.,   d. Between Mar 1764 - 6 Oct 1785, Frederick Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 3 Mar 2019 
    Family ID F1294  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Land Records
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    Location of several ancestral land tracts near the Monocacy River in Frederick County MD.
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    Frederick Post, July 17, 1937

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    Frederick Post: June 24, 1937
    parts of Foul Play and Resurvey on Littleworth, including M&B and previous owners; Littleworth a short distance NW of Mt. Ephraim P.O.

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    Parts of Little Worth (all or part) were among the first tracts that Gordon Strong purchased when he acquired Sugarloaf Mountain. According to an article in the Frederick Post (June 18, 1992) on the history of Sugarloaf, Strong purchased this land "on the road to Greenfield Mills" from Thomas O. White et al.

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    Frederick Post: Dec. 19, 1990
    sale of a part of Resurvey on Littleworth and Foul Play
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    Frederick Post: Jan. 2, 1991
    Resurvey on Littleworth and Foul Play

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    Frederick Post: Nov. 3, 1930
    Gordon Strong purchases parts of Foul Play and another tract
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    Frederick Post articles that hint at the location of Littleworth and neighboring tracts: Sept. 23, 1924, Foul Play near Sugarloaf

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    Frederick Post, Oct 16, 1924
    Foul Play

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    Frederick Post, Sept. 30, 1924
    Foul Play near Sugarloaf

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    Frederick Poat: Mar. 27, 1976
    sale of part of Foul Play with M&B

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    Shows the portions of Littleworth belonging to Jacob Stier, George Silver, and Francis Deakins in 1774
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    Location of the Littleworth tract at Sugar Loaf Mountain relative to neighboring tracts.
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    Resurvey on Littleworth 1771
    Zachariah White and Daniel Hunter, September 14, 1771
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    George Silver
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    November 16, 1774

    Francis Deakins purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver
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    November 16, 1774

    Francis Deakins purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver
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    November 16, 1774

    Francis Deakins purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver
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    November 14, 1774

    Jacob Stier purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver for 12 pounds sterling
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    November 14, 1774

    Jacob Stier purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver for 12 pounds sterling
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    November 14, 1774

    Jacob Stier purchases part of Resurvey on Littleworth from George Silver for 12 pounds sterling
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    Silver Spring. Charles and Jane Davis--was Charles related to Garah Davis??? Garah purchased part of Three Bealls Manor.
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    Land records, Frederick County MD
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  • Notes 
    • DAVIES, GARY. Lib. E.I. No. 9A , Men., p. 584. Index to Maryland Provincial and General Court Deeds, 1658-1790
      Volume 680, Page 360

      DAVIS, GERARD. Lib. T.B.H. No. 1 , Deed, p. 27. Index to Maryland Provincial and General Court Deeds, 1658-1790
      Volume 680, Page 361

      From Loudoun County orders, 1757-1762, p 228 : Upon the Petition of Garah Davis against Elizabeth Davis, Admrx. of Thomas Davis, Jr., deced, for a Debt due by Account, this day came the parties by their Attornies who being heard, it is considered by the Court that Plt. recover against Deft. one pound, fourteen shillings and five pense to be levied of the goods and chattels of the Decedent in the hands of the Deft. to be administered.

      From Loudoun County Will Book A, pp 117-118:The Estate of Thomas Davis, Jr Decd...paid Garah Davis...[followed by a long list of others; Garah was the first.].

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    2. [S795] Will of Garah Davis.

    3. [S243] Frederick County Land Abstracts.

    4. [S368] Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland 1726-1730.

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    6. [S243] Frederick County Land Abstracts, April 16, 1754 deposition, [Q:3].

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