Note: Buried Herring Creek, Maryland[Ron Ulrich] !Maryland Genealogies 975.2 M369 V.1: The will of Elizabeth Chew, widow, was dated 23 April and proved 27 May 1716 (Annapolis, Liber 14, folio 96). She mentions her sons Samuel Battee, Joseph Chew and Henry Chew, who inherit the residue of her estate; her grandsons Joseph and Henry Chew; her granddaughter Elizabeth Chew; and her sister Susannah Gassaway. Her "brother" (ie brother-in-law) Thomas Gassaway was appointed executor of the will, which request that the testatrix be buried in Herring Creek graveyard. Chew, Eliza:,A. A. Co.,23rd Apr., 1716; 29th May, 1716. To sister Susanna Gassaway, grandsons Joseph and Henry Chew, and granddau. Eliza: Chew at 16 yrs. or marriage, personalty. To sons Sam'll Battee, Joseph and Henry Chew, residue of estate. Ex.: Brother Thos. Gassaway. Desires to be buried in meetinghouse grave-yard at Herring Creek. Test: Sam'll Battee, Henry Chew, Susannah Gassaway, Jno. Brown. 14. 96.
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