Note: This Deposition was Recorded. John Lord and Elizabeth, his wife, made a deed (dated November 28, 1687) to their daughter, Elizabeth, who is to marry "James Neale of Woolleston, in Charles County, Maryland, Esquire", for 800 acres at Machotick, in Westmoreland County, and 500 acres in Stafford, near until Giles Brent's mill, given said Lord by Joseph Edmunds." Other records show that he left a son, William, who went to Maryland. In 1692 Elizabeth Lord is mentioned as "widow of Captain John Lord". James Neale was one of the Councillors of Maryland, and was an English merchant in Spain before coming to America. His son, James Neale, Esq., appears to have married Elizabeth Lord, of Westmoreland County, daughter of Captain John Lord, of that County. (contributed by Michael Marshall)
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