Mary Todd: Birth: ABT 1670.
Note: On 15 Apr 1680, Lancelot Todd was a witness to the will of Cornelius Howard (his daughter Mary was niece to Cornelius' wife Elizabeth). On 5 Mar 1684 Lancelot Todd of Anne Arundel County and Sarah his wife, "Daughter and heiress of Thomas Phelps" for �10,000 sold to Edward Phelps [Philks] "Wolfe's Neck," a tract of 150 acres on the Gunpowder which bordered the land formerly taken up by Captain Thomas Harwood, Mariner; the conveyance was witnessed by Thomas Bland and John Howard. (Balto. Co., H. S., 116). The will of "Lancelot Todd of Anne Arundel County, planter" was dated 28 Feb 1691 and proved 10 Nov 1691 in Anne Arundel Co., witnessed by John Dorsey, Hugh Bawden, and John Leary. (Annapolis, ii, 219) An extract includes: TO wife Sarah the dwelling-plantation during life, then to son John. TO son John a moiety of "Phelp's Rest," horse and colt and be of age at 18 years. TO daughter Mary the other half of "Phelp's Rest," but if she died without issue then to daughter Sarah, then to daugher Ellinor. TO daugher Mary "shall have and enjoy the Cow and her increase which her Aunt Elizabeth Howard Gave her." TO wife her thirds whom he appointed executrix with the residue being divide equally to "my said children." Lancelot further stated that his "kinsman Lancelott Todd shall be likewise free to work for himself at the Age of Eighteen." The value of his personal estate occured on 8 Sept 1691 with a value of 16,720 lbs. tobacco or �69/13/4. His wearing apparel including the breeches of his servant boy "who is dead" was appraised at �2/8/4. There was also an old Bible, five beds and furniture, one floch bed, an old large fowling Gunn and one unfixed gunn. FROM; Ancestors of Brian Doig Contact: Kenneth Frank Doig Todd, Lancellot,A. A. Co.,30th Feb., 1690; 10th Nov., 1691. To kinsman, Lancellot Todd, at 18 yrs. of age, personalty. To wife Sarah, extx., dwelling plantation. To son John and hrs., sd. land at death of wife afsd.; also � �Philk's Rest.� To dau. Mary, residue of �Philk's Rest.� To dau. Eli****a:, ****d land in event of death of dau. Mary without issue; to pass in turn to daus. Sarah and Ellinor. To dau. Mary afsd., personalty left by her aunt, Eliza: Howard. Overseers: Jno. Hammond, Andrew Norwood. Test: Jno. Dorsey, Hugh Bawden, Jno. Leary. 2. 219.
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