Name: Ganyott Thomas
Given Name: Ganyott
Change Date: 15 JAN 2010
Birth: ABT 1678
Death: AFT 4 AUG 1714 in Charles County, Maryland, United States
Death: AFT 4 AUG 1714 in Charles County, MD
Guyotte was a party to a court case 19 Mar 1710 Charles Co., MD.
The Calvert Papers Ms. 174 - microfilm
Author: State of Maryland
Page: Roll 8
George Thomas sold to James Peele Nov 5, 1726 150 acres of Maniscleare, the land bequeathed to John, George, Guyott, and Elizabeth. However, the rent rolls show Lodowick Adams as owning 100 acres of it. Perhaps George recieved the 100 acre parcel from his deceased brother, John. If so, Elizabeth must have received the 50 acre parcel from the other deceased brother, Guyotte, giving her 100 acres. Both she and George already had 50 acres.
p. 70, TLC Genealogy, Charles County Liber L#2
At the request of James Peele of Charles County, the following deed was recorded this Mar 21, 1726.
Nov 5, 1726 from George Thomas of Wm and Mary Parish in Charles County, planter, to James Peele of the Parish of Christ Church in Charles County, shipwright, for and in consideration of a Negro man named Sambo to sd George Thomas delivered, sd George Thomas has sold to sd James Peele, all that part of a parcel of land called Mannisecleere, lying in Charles County on the east side of a Great Bever Damm, about 4 miles from Mr. Wade's, containing and laid out for 150 acres.
Signed Geo. Thomas. Wit - John Fendall, Geo: Dent.
The Rent Roll of Charles County, to Michaelmass 1753, page 49
Maniscleare. 250 acres. Surveyed Apr 18, 1680 for William Thomas at a bounded hickory on the east side of Beaverdam Branch.
Possr: 100 Lodowick Adams, 150 John Boye
Rhody Adams from Lodowick Adams, 1770, Devisee
Josias Adams from Ditto, 1770, Devisee
Father: William Thomas
Mother: Susanna Ganyott