Mary Denwood: Birth: 2 MAY 1676. Death: 9 DEC 1734
Note: Leven was a prosperous merchant-planter, and a leading Quaker in Somerset County, Maryland. Denwood, Levin,Somerset Co.,21st April, 1725; 9th May, 1726. To dau. Betty Gale and hrs., 1100 A. dwelling plantation �Hack Land,� on Manny Ck.; �Stony Ridge� adj., and all other lands adjacent to either of sd. tracts; and � of lands on or near The Upper Straights, Dorchester Co. To grandsons Thomas and George and their hrs., other � lands on or nr. The Upper Straights. To sisters Sarah Hicks and Rebecca Covington, 1 guinea each. To dau. Betty Gale and Elizabeth Waters, �15 to be disposed of among Friends; also 1 A. bet. Wiccocomico and Mauny, where the Quaker Meeting House stands, with the Meeting House to be kept for that purpose. To Martha and Mary and their hrs., 2 daus. of cousin Levin Woolford, 2 tracts bet. Rock Ck. and the Devils Island (bou. with late bro.-in-law Woolford). To Thomas Hill and hrs., tract in The Forrest bou. of testator by James Hill, late of afsd. Co., and not conveyed to him in his life time. To grandsons Thomas and George Denwood and their hrs., plan. on Manocan where son Arthur lived, with all other lands adj. and share of Forest land not before disposed of. To daus. Betty Gale and Mary Hill each and their hrs., 1/3 of residue of estate. To grandchildren Thomas, George, Betty and Mary Denwood, Esther King and Priscilla Gillis and great-grandchild Levin Denwood (if he shall live to age of 18) and their hrs., �100, and 1/3 residue of estate equally. Exs.: Dau. Betty Gale and grandson Levin Gale. Test: Richard Waters, John Bacon, Mark Noble, Abigail Waters. 18, 507. MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 5
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