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112101 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.27,89. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) Part 2, p.9. Cites: (a) "National Intelligencer," 19 Nov 1817, 16 Jun 1834.
(3) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).
(4) "Marriage and Death Notices from the National Intelligencer, Washington D.C., 1800-1850 " (National Genealogical Soc., 1976) p.108,721. FHL #929,472. Cites: (a) 19 Nov 1817. (b) 1 6 Jun 1834.
(5) Craig Robbins. E-mail: CRobbins@smart.net (2000).

! Birth: (1) d/o Col. Uriah Forrest/Rebecca Plater. (2a,3,4b) d/o Gen. Uriah Forrest. (4a) Y oungest d/o "the late General Forrest."
Marriage to John Tayloe IV: (1) 1822. (2a,3,4a) 13 Nov 1817. (4a) At Rosedale near Washingt on D.C. (NOTE: Rosedale is on the Paxtuxent River in MD, originally part of the Resurrectio n Manor grant. The house was built by Dr. Francis G. Neale about 1776. It was later owned b y Duke Bond, who gave it to his nephew Thomas Bond, who sold it to Philip Greenwell.)
Marriage to Dr. Benjamin S. Bohrer: (2a) 1834. (4b) 10 Jun 1834, Georgetown, by Rev. Mr. Br ook.
Burial: (5) Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown.

(5) Maria and her sister Ann are listed in the Revolutionary War pensioners plat as receivi ng the remainder of "Rosedale" after their mother died. 
Forrest, Maria (I324527)
 
112102 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.27. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Tayloe IV/Maria Forrest.
Death: (1) Died young. 
Tayloe, George Plater Forrest (I324529)
 
112103 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.27. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) Pa rt 2, p.19. Cites: (a) "National Intelligencer," 11 Nov 1841.

! Birth: (1) 1818, s/o John Tayloe IV/Maria Forrest.
Marriage to Imogen Mosher: (1,2a) d/o James Mosher of Georgetown, D.C. (2a) 9 Nov 1841.
Marriage to Mary Willis Lewis: (1) 1854.

(1) Lived at "Windsor" and "Chatterton" in King George Co., VA.
(1) Captain of I Troop, Ninth VA Cavalry C.S.A. 
Tayloe, John V (I324528)
 
112104 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.31-32,63. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Roanoke Co., VA Marriage Register 1853-1919, p.29, entry 49. Roanoke Co. Courthouse, Sa lem, VA. FHL film #33,822.

! Birth: (1) 1829, in his father's house just off LaFayette Square in Washington D.C., s/o B enjamin Ogle Tayloe/Julia Maria Dickinson. (2) Age 41 in 1870 (b. 1829), Washington D.C., s/ o Benjamin & Julia D.
Marriage to Rosa Matilda Tayloe: (1) His first cousin, d/o George Plater Tayloe of Buena Vi sta. (2) 2 Nov 1870, Roanoke Co., VA, by Ernest H. Ingle, Episcopal. Both single.
Death: (1) 1881.

(1) Moved to Alabama.
(1) At the outbreak of the Civil War he joined the Jeff Davis Legion of Hampton's Division , Stuart's Cavalry.
(1) Wounded at the Battle of Trevilian's and was mentioned in dispatches at least once fo r bravery.
(1) At the end of the Civil War he was a lieutenant.
(2) 1870, 2 Nov: Residence was Marengo Co., AL, occupation cotton planter. 
Tayloe, Edward Thornton C.S.A. (I324454)
 
112105 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.35,85,102,107. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) MacKenzie's "Colonial Families of th e U.S.." (b) Tayloe family papers.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59, Part 2, p.4,9. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "Washington Gazette," 8 May 1824. (c ) "Sun," 26 Jul 1844.
(3) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).
(4) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1800. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) Feb 1800, Baltimore, M D. (3) d/o Benjamin Ogle of Bel Air.
Marriage to William Henry Tayloe: (1,2) Her first cousin. (2b) Thurs. evening, 4 May 1824 , "Belair". (2b,4) Prince George's Co., MD. (3) 4 May 1824. (4) 3 May 1824. (NOTE: May be dat e of license.)
Death: (2c) 18 Jul 1844. (3) 19 Jul 1844, Mt. Airy. 
Ogle, Henrietta (I324477)
 
112106 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.44,85,102,107. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) MacKenzie's "Colonial Families of th e U.S.." (b) Tayloe family papers.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "National Intelligencer," 22 Dec 1830.
(3) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).
(4) "Return to Powhatan - Growing up in Old Virginia," by Roberta Love Tayloe (1985) p.24,2 6,97. FHL #975.525 H2t. Cites: (a) Gravestone family cemetery at "Powhatan."
(5) "Marriage and Death Notices from the National Intelligencer, Washington D.C., 1800-1850 " (National Genealogical Soc., 1976) p.565. FHL #929,472. Cites: (a) 22 Dec 1830.
(6) "Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA," Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & N icholas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1807. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a,4a) 5 Feb 1807. (2a) "B elair," Prince Georges Co., MD. (3,5a) d/o Benjamin Ogle of Bel Air.
Marriage to Edward Thornton Tayloe: (1) 16 Dec 1831. Her first cousin. (2b,3,5a) 16 Dec 183 0. (2b,5a) "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD. (4) 1830, at Christmas time. (5a) By Rev. Mr. H awley. (6) 15 Dec 1830, Prince Georges Co., MD. (NOTE: May be date of license.)
Death: (1) 1862. (4a) 5 Feb 1862. (4) "Powhatan," VA, "of a broken heart" after nursing he r dying son in Fredericksburg. Died on her birthday.
Burial: (4a) "Powhatan," VA, in the family cemetery at the end of the flower garden. 
Ogle, Mary (I324481)
 
112107 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.57. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "The Octagon," by George McCue (American Institute of Architects Foundation, Washingto n D.C., 1976) p.95.
(3) "Roanoke Times," Roanoke, VA, Mon., 5 Aug 1935. "May Be Purchased by City as Addition t o Park."
(4) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) Family Bible at Moun t Airy. (b) Family Notes transcribed from D.L. Gwathmey by M.P.M. Cassidy.
(5) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963.
(6) "Colonial Families of the United States," by George N. Mackenzie, Vol. II, p.408. FHL # 381,796.
(7) "Virginia Biography," Vol. 4, p.398.
(8) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).
(9) Harry F. Langhorne, 316 S. 12th St., Philadelphia, PA 19107.
(10) "Lynchburg, VA Newspapers 1794-1836," comp. by Lucy Harrison Miller Baber, Louise An n Blunt, Marion Armistead Lewis Collins (1980) p.122. FHL #975.5671 V2bl. Cites: (a) "The Lyn chburg Virginian," 28 Oct 1830, p.3, c.4.
(11) "Roanoke Co., VA Graveyard Through 1920," Roanoke Valley Historical Soc., p.227. FHL # 975.5792 V3r.
(12) "Virginia Miscellaneous Records, 1700-1900" (DAR), Vol. 1, p.48, Marriage Records copi es from Russell Parish Register of Bedford Co., VA. FHL #850,094.
(13) Botetourt Co., VA Register of Marriages, 1770-1853, p.344,617. FHL #30,734.

! Birth: (1,2,3,8) d/o Col. William Langhorne. (4) 1811. (4,6,7) d/o William Langhorne/Cathe rine Callo(a)way. (7) Dec 1811. (10a,13) d/o William Langhorne, Esq. (13) Under age at marria ge in 1830.
Marriage to George Plater Tayloe: (1,3,7) (2,8,10a,12,13) 14 Oct 1830. (4,6) 1830. (10a) B y The Rev. Mr. Cobbs. (12) By N.H. Cobbs of Russell Parish, Bedford Co., VA. (13) Bond issue d 11 Oct 1830, Botetourt Co., VA. Edward W. Watts, security. Marriage 14 Oct 1830, Botetour t Co., VA, by N.H. Cobbs.
Death: (5) Not listed in husband's household in 1850. (9) 1848. (11) 3 Jan 1848.
Burial: (11) Tayloe Cemetery on the Tayloe estate "Buena Vista" in SE Roanoke. Graves fro m the cemetery were moved to Fairview in the 1930s.

(10a) 1830, Oct: Of Botetourt Co., VA. 
Langhorne, Mary Elizabeth (I324445)
 
112108 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.61. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Mary Potter Langhorne Gwathmey's Birthday book, "A Daily Text-Book Gathered From the Wr itings of the Rev. Edward Bouberie Posey, D.D.." In possession of Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Gwa thmey (1970). (a) A genealogy pasted into the book, not in Mary's handwriting. Probably compi led by her son Devall.
(3) Roanoke Co., VA Marriage Register 1853-1919, p.11, entry 18. Roanoke Co. Courthouse, Sa lem, VA. FHL film #33,822.
(4) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963.
(5) "Colonial Families of the United States," by George N. Mackenzie, Vol. II, p.403. FHL # 381,796.
(6) "National Cyclopaedia of American Biography," Vol. 48, p.297-198. Biography of John Dev all Langhorne.
(7) Harry F. Langhorne, 316 S. 12th St., Philadelphia, PA 19107.

! Birth: (1) d/o George Plater Tayloe/Mary Elizabeth Langhorne. (3) Age 29 at time of marria ge in 1863 (b. 1834), d/o George P. Tayloe/Mary. (4) Age 16 in 1850 (b. 1834), b. VA. (5,6) d /o George P. Tayloe.
Marriage to John Devall Langhorne: (1,2a,5) (3) 16 Dec 1863, Roanoke Co., VA, by Peter Timl ey?, Episcopalian. He widow, she single. (6) 14 Dec 1863, Roanoke, VA.
Death: (2a) 1909. (5) 25 Aug 1909.

(4) 1850, 9 Sep: Living in her father's household, Roanoke Co., VA. Attended school withi n the year.
(3) 1863, 16 Dec: Residence was Roanoke Co., VA.
(7) She may be the poet Nannie who published in the Lynchburg newspaper. 
Tayloe, Ann Catherine "Nannie" (I324372)
 
112109 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.63. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Obituary in unknown Roanoke, VA newspaper in family album in possession of Carolyn Tayl oe Davidson Carey (1988).
(3) Obituary of sister, "Mrs. Mary Gwathmey Dies at Home Here; Funeral Tommorrow," from unk nown Norfolk, VA newspaper. Copy from Norfolk Public Library.
(4) Roanoke Co., VA Marriage Register 1853-1919, p.42, entry 52. Roanoke Co. Courthouse, Sa lem, VA. FHL film #33,822.
(5) "Roanoke Times," Roanoke, VA, Mon., 5 Aug 1935. "May Be Purchased by City as Adition t o Park."
(6) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) Family Bible at Moun t Airy. (b) Family Notes transcribed from D.L. Gwathmey by M.P.M. Cassidy.
(7) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963.

! Birth: (1,6) d/o George Plater Tayloe/Mary Elizabeth Langhorne of "Buena Vista." (2) d/o G eorge Plater Tayloe. Just passed her 81st birthday at death. (4) Age 2(?) in 1875, b. Roanoke ?, d/o George P. Tayloe. (6) 1848. (7) Age 2 in 1850 (b. 1848), b. VA.
Marriage to Mortimer M. Rogers: (1,2) (4) 18 Nov 1875, "Buena Vista," Roanoke Co., VA, by E dward H. Engle, Episcopalian.
Death: (2) At the family home "Buena Vista," Roanoke, VA, Sunday night at 6 o'clock or bron chial pneumonia. Funeral services at the residence at 11 o'clock "this morning" by the Rev. A .R. Berkeley, rector of St. John's Church, and by her great nephew, the Rev. D.L. Gwathmey o f Wytheville. Interment private.

(7) 1850, 9 Sep: Living in his father's household, Roanoke Co., VA.
(4) 1875, 18 Nov: Residence was Roanoke, VA.
(3) 1928: Of Roanoke, VA.
(5) Lived with her husband at "Buena Vista," between Pickney, Colonial and Fenmar Streets , S.E., Roanoke, VA. 
Tayloe, Virginia "Jenny" (I324452)
 
112110 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.63. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Obituary, newspaper unknown, from family album in possession of Carolyn Tayloe Davidso n Carey.
(3) Marriage record, VA Dept. of Health, Division of Vital Records and Health Statistics, R ichmond, VA, filed with Circuit Court of Oranoke Co., VA, p.149, line 45. Reproduction on cer tificate issued 22 Oct 1985.
(4) Obituary, "Mrs. Mary Gwathmey Dies at Home Here; Funeral Tomorrow," from unknown Norfol k, VA newspaper. Copy from Norfolk Public Library.
(5) "Enclyclopedia of Virginia Biography," Vol. 5 (Lewis Historical Pub. Co., New York, 191 5) p.716.
(6) Death certificate #3212, VA. Informant Dr. Lomax Gwathmey.
(7) Roanoke Co., VA Marriage Register 1853-1919, p.4, entry 45. Roanoke Co. Courthouse, Sal em, VA. FHL film #33,822.
(8) 1850 federal census, 57th District, Roanoke Co., VA, 9 Sep 1850, p.297, household of Ge orge P. Tayloe. FHL #444,963.
(9) Family notes by Devall L. Gwathmey. Cites: (a) Mary Lavinia Tayloe Gwathmey.
(10) Ship's manifest, "Minnehaha," 6 Oct 1913, Ellis Island, NY, p.178. Image posted at htt p://www.ellisisland.org, 22 Jun 2001.

! Birth: (1,2,6) d/o George Plater Tayloe/Mary Elizabeth Langhorne. (2,10) 16 Sep 1836. (2 ) Cloverdale, Botetourt Co., VA. (3,7) Age 20 in 1856 (b. 1836). (3) d/o George Taylor/Mary . (3,4,6,7) Botetourt Co., VA. (6) 17 Sep 1836. (7) d/o George & Mary. (8) Age 13 in 1850 (b . 1837), b. VA. [NOTE: Would be 19 years younger than her husband.] (10) Roanoke, VA.
Marriage to William Watts Gwathmey: (1,2,4,12) (3,7) 23 Sep 1856, Roanoke Co., VA, by Wm. H . Pendleton. (3) Her name given as M.L. Taylor. (7) Her name given as M.L. Tayloe. Both parti es single. Officiant is Episcopalian.
Death: (2) Wed. in Holy Week, 1928, age 92. (4,6) 3:50 p.m. at her residence, 432 Mowbray A rch, Norfolk, VA. (4) Age 91. (6) 4 Apr 1928, age 91 yrs., 6 mos., 17 days. Cause, senility.
Burial: (4) Funeral at her residence, Norfolk, VA, 10:30 a.m., by the Rev. H. Dobson Peacko ck, D.D., rector of Christ Episcopal Church, and the Rev. Newton Middleton, rector of the Epi scopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Meadowbrook. Burial private in Elmwood Cemetery. (6) 6 Ap r 1928, Elmwood Cemetery. Undertaker H.D. Oliver, Norfolk, VA.

(8) 1850, 9 Sep: Living in her father's household, Roanoke Co., VA. Attended school withi n the year.
(3,7) 1856, 23 Sep: Residence was Roanoke Co., VA.
(9a) 1862, Mar: Was living in Richmond, VA when she was notified by telegram that her broth er St. James Tayloe C.S.N. was in the Norfolk Naval Hospital, mortally wounded in the Battle s of the "Virginia" (Merrimac) and the Monitor. She went to him and nursed him.
(10) 1913, 6 Oct: Mary T. GWATHMEY, age 75 years 10 mos., married, b. 16 Sep 1836 in Roanok e, VA; Mary P.L. GWATHMEY, age 17 years 7 mos., single, b. 6 Jan 1896, Norfolk, VA; Carolyn G WATHMEY, age 19 years 11 mos., single, b. 29 Jul 1893, Norfolk, VA; and D.L. GWATHMEY, age 2 6 years 8 mos., single, b. 12 Dec 1886, Norfolk, VA, arrived at Ellis Island, NY, aboard th e "Minnehaha," from London, England. All gave their address in the United States as 543 Warre n Cresent, Norfolk, VA.
(4) Member of Christ Episcopal Church, Norfolk, VA.
(4,6) 1928: At her death, had lived in Norfolk, VA 59 years. 
Tayloe, Mary Lavinia (I324543)
 
112111 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.69. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).

! Birth: (1) d/o John Jamieson/Virginia Adair who came to AL from Newberry, SC. (2) d/o Jame s Jamieson of AL. 
Jamieson, Narcissa (I324568)
 
112112 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) 26 Aug 1852, Gallion, Hale Co., AL, s/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieso n.
Marriage to Lucy Lea Langhorne: (1) d/o Dr. John M. Langhorne/Lucy Lea of Uniontown.

(1) Educated privately at home and at schools near Arcola and near Marion, AL.
(1) Entered Washington College.
(1) 1872: Won a medal for superior scholarship in modern languages. Received his A.B. and M .A. degrees.
(1) 1874: Delivered the Cincinnati oration, the highest honor in the class.
(1) 1875: Received the Bachelor of Laws degree.
(1) 1878: Left Washington College.
(1) 1878, 1 Nov: Began to practice law at Demopolis, AL.
(1) Moved his practice to Linden, AL.
(1) Moved his practice to Uniontown, AL.
(1) 1886-1890: Was Senator from Marengo Co.
(1) 1898-1908: Chancellor of southwestern division of AL.
(1) 1901: Member of the constitutional convention.
(1) 1902-1911: Member of the Uniontown Council.
(1) Was a Democrat, Episcopalian, Mason and Knight of Pythias.
(1) Had no children. 
Tayloe, William Henry (I324574)
 
112113 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) d/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Death: (1) Died an infant. 
Tayloe, Henrietta Key (I324570)
 
112114 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) d/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Death: (1) Died an infant. 
Tayloe, Lucy Randolph (I324576)
 
112115 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) d/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Marriage to Benjamin Francis Hatch: (1) 
Tayloe, Narcissa Elizabeth (I324571)
 
112116 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) d/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Marriage to R.L. Maupin: (1)
Marriage to Dr. Samuel R. Olliphant: (1) 
Tayloe, Anne Ogle (I324569)
 
112117 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) s/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Death: (1) Died an infant. 
Tayloe, Henry Augustine (I324572)
 
112118 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) s/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Death: (1) Died an infant. 
Tayloe, Charles (I324573)
 
112119 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t.

! Birth: (1) s/o Henry Augustine Tayloe/Narcissa Jamieson.
Marriage to David Woodfin Shivers: (1) 
Tayloe, Kate Beverley (I324575)
 
112120 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.70. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) "Lewis of Warner Hall," by Col. M.E. Sorley.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) Part 2, p.3,11 Cites: (a) "Lewis of Warner Hall," by Sorley.
(3) Letters to Benjamin Ogle Tayloe. Originals in possession of William G. Davidson, Stepto e Ranch, McGill, NV (1992).
(4) Tayloe family records from Mt. Airy, VA, extracted 29 Sep 1927 (by Cabell Gwathmey?).
(5) "Marriage and Death Notices from the National Intelligencer, Washington D.C., 1800-1850 " (National Genealogical Soc., 1976) p.1340. FHL #929,473. Cites: (a) 2 Dec 1841.

! Birth: (1,2a) 1817. (1) Named for his great uncle Howell Lewis, the youngest s/o Col. Fiel ding Lewis/Betty Washington. (2a) s/o Samuel Lewis/Sarah Attaway Miller.
Death: (1,2a) 1893. (2a) Baltimore.

(1) At an early age he entered the U.S. Navy.
(5a) 1841, Nov: Of the U.S. Navy at time of his marriage.
(4) Lieutenant, U.S.N.
(3) 1849, 16 Aug: H.H. Lewis wrote Benjamin Ogle Tayloe at Lenox, MA, from Washington, "M y Brother George has since lost his wife & four servants with the same disease, & has been ve ry ill himself. However he is now much better & has come up to consult Dr. Miller. I am happ y to say that all those who have been attacked are convalescent, and that none of your relati ves have had a single case on their plantations. We have had very recent letters from Mount A iry, Sabine Hall & Powhatan as well as from Buena Vista. Col. Carter & daughters will be her e on Wednesday next, for a single day, en route for Winchester Springs... My Brother, Ann e & myself will probably join Col. Carter & daughters & go to some of the Virginia Springs ne ar Winchester. We will go merely to accompany my Brother, whose health will require somethin g besides the prescription of the Doctors, & they recommend change of air & scene... Our Cit y presents a very well & quite aspect. We are (humor?) (enlivened?) by a little Scandal no w & then, which serves to keep up a circulation amongst a certain class for the purpose of re tailing it... Paine Todd has behaved very badly to Anna Paine & abused her very much. The poo r girl has been very ill & not expected to live from day to day. She is now much better & ha s moved to Mr. Nourse's into the Country yesterday afternoon. Todd has made a bed room of th e front Parlour & goes about the house with a long morning gown on, but without his breeches ! The ladies wish to purchase a pair to send him as they have been shocked when they went t o see Anna Paine. The property will be sold, I hear, under a deed of trust, and as the greate r portion of the money will be required at once, it may go cheap. I hear that General Totten , Richard Smith & some others want it, which may cause it to be run up. I shall attend the sa le, and if it be reasonable will buy it myself... The family are all well & desire most affec tionate love to yourself, Mrs. Tayloe & the children. If I knew when you would be in New Yor k Anne & myself would meet you there & we could return together."
(1) At the outbreak of the Civil War, was a Lt. at the Washington D.C. Navy Yard. He resign ed his commission.
(1) 1861: Commissioned in the VA Navy, which later in that year was incorporated into the C onfederate States Navy.
(1) Was attached to the Richmond Station of the C.S. Navy for 4 years as commander of the C .S.S. Rappahannock, which was largely employed on the Rappahannock River in the vicinity of F redericksburg and saw much action.
(1) During the final year of the war, he commanded a ship stationed in FL.
(1) After the war, he lived in Baltimore, MD.
(1a) A most accomplished gentleman, reading and writing French, German, Spanish and Latin w ith facility. He was an authority on the theater, opera, literature and allied artistic field s. 
Lewis, Henry Howell C.S.N. (I324577)
 
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! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.71. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) Part 2, p.11 Cites: (a) "Lewis of Warner Hall," by Sorley.

! Birth: (1) 1852. (1,2a) s/o Henry Howell Lewis/Anne Ogle Tayloe. (2a) 3 Nov 1852.
Marriage to __ __: (1,2a) Married to unnamed person and died without issue. 
Lewis, Shubrick Trapier (I324580)
 
112122 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.71. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) Part 2, p.11 Cites: (a) "Lewis of Warner Hall," by Sorley.
(3) "The Octagon," by George McCue (American Institute of Architects Foundation, Washingto n D.C., 1976) p.65,67.

! Birth: (1) 1842. (1,2a) d/o Henry Howell Lewis/Anne Ogle Tayloe. (2a) 15 Sep 1842. (3) 184 3, the Octagon, Washington D.C., gdau. of John Tayloe III.
Baptism: (3) Her christening celebration was 26 Feb 1843 at The Octagon House, Washington D .C.. It was attended by members of the diplomatic corps, and she was toasted by the Secretar y of the Navy.
Never married: (1,2a)
Death: (1,2a) 1916. (2a) Baltimore, MD.

(3) Lived in The Octagon House, Washington D.C., with her parents during her early childhoo d.
(3) She wrote about her life in The Octagon, "The bells rang for a long time after my Grand father Tayloe's death, and every one said that the house was haunted; the wires were cut an d still they rang... Our dining-room servant would come upstairs in the evening to ask if any one rang the bell, and no one had." There are many other stories that the house is haunted, s ome as late as 1969.
(3) She wrote, "Soon after my dear old grandmother, Mrs. Tayloe, died, in her 83rd year, w e left "The Octagon." It belonged to the two eldest sons, and all the silver, according to En glish law, went also to the sons... The breakup at "The Octagon" was very sad, but, as I wa s a child, I enjoyed the change and was glad to get away from the haunted house and its ghost like marble statues which often frightened me."
(3) Wrote a manuscript titled, "Washington Society Before the War."
(3) Spent the latter part of her life with a nephew and his family at Baltimore. She preser ved family records and passed them on to her grand niece, Mrs. Rene Maurice (Virginia) Stepha n of Columbia, SC, who was named after her. 
Lewis, Virginia Tayloe (I324578)
 
112123 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.71. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) Part 2, p.11,23 Cites: (a) "Lewis of Warner Hall," by Sorley.

! Birth: (1) 1850. (1,2a) s/o Henry Howell Lewis/Anne Ogle Tayloe. (2a) 10 Sep 1850.
Marriage to Elizabeth King: (1) She of Baltimore. (2a) d/o Dr. Trippe King of Baltimore. 
Lewis, Henry Grosvenor (I324579)
 
112124 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.82. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Maryland Historical Society Magazine, 1918, Vol . 13, p.149-160.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.33,35,40.
(3) "The Maryland Gazette 1727-1761," by Karen Mauer Green (Frontier Press, Galveston, 1989 ) p.37,57,64,91,95,132,142,146,148,169,182,219,220,226,237,245,248,255,256,268,269,270,278.
(4) "The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy," ed. Frederick A. Virkus (A.N. Marqui s Co., 1925) p.61.
(5) "Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-Century Virginia Newspapers," by Robert K. Headley, J r. (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1987) p.108. Cites: (a) "The Baltimore Dispatch, 20 Ma r 1796. (b) "The Columbian Mirror and Alexandrian Gazette," 30 Mar 1796.
(6) "A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789," Vol. 1 (John Hopkin s Univ. Press, Baltimore) p.100. Biography of John Addison.
(7) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & Pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.184,185-187,214,215,380. Cites: (a) McMahon, historian.

! Birth: (1,7) Daniel Dulany the younger. (3) s/o Daniel Dulany. (4) 1721. (4,7) s/o Danie l Dulany/Rebecca Smith. (5a,b) Age 76 at his death in 1796 (b. 1720). (6) 1722, 1st cousin o f John Addison. (7) Age 75 at his death in 1797 (b. 1722).
Death: (4,6) 1797. (5a,b) Sun.. (5a,b) 19 Mar 1796. (7) 19 Mar 1797, Baltimore, MD, age ag e 75.
Burial: (7) St. Paul's Cemetery, corner of Lombard and Fremont Streets.

(7) Educated at Eton and Clare Hall in Cambridge, England.
(3) 1747, 30 Jun: "The Maryland Gazette" announced that Capt. Carr in the ship "Elizabeth " arrived in Patuxent from London carrying the passengers William Murdock of Prince George' s Co. and Daniel Dulany, junior, of Annapolis.
(3) 1749, Mar: Daniel Dulany Jr. was elected representative for Frederick Co., MD.
(3) 1749, 20 Sep: Barrister at law. (2,5a,b) Barrister-at-Law, the province of MD's most no ted pre-revolutionary lawyer. (7a) "He stood without rival in the Colony as a lawyer, scholar , and an orator... For many years before the Revolution, he was regarded as an oracle of th e law. It was the constant practice of the Courts of the Province to submit to his opinion ev ery question of difficulty which came before them and so infallible were his opinions conside red, that he who hoped to reverse them was regarded as 'hoping against hope.'... he was occas ionally consulted from England upon questions of magnitude, and... in the Southern counties o f Virginia, adjacent to Marland, it was not infrequent to withdraw questions from their court s and even from the Chancellor of England, to submit them to his award."
(3) 1751, 4 Sep: "The Maryland Gazette" announced that horses for the race at Annapolis sho uld be entered with Jonas Green. John Gassaway and Daniel Dulany Jr. to settle any disputes.
(3) 1751, Dec: Daniel Dulany Jr. elected Representative in Frederick Co.
(3) 1753, 27 Dec: "The Maryland Gazette" reported that Daniel Dulany, Esq., was chosen Reco rder of Annapolis, in place of his father, Daniel Dulany, lately deceased.
(7) The Dulany mansion in Annapolis, MD stood in the present Naval Academy grounds, and fo r a number of years was occupied by the Superintendent.
(3) 1754, 26 Sep: Daniel and Walter Dulany were executors of the estate of Danlie Dulany, E sq.
(3) 1754, 14 Nov: Daniel and Walter Dulany, executors of the estate of Daniel Dulany, Esq. , dec'd, advertise they have slaves for sale at Lloyd's Island on Wye River.
(3) 1756, 15 Jan: Daniel Dulany, joint Commissary General with the Hon. Benjamin Tasker, an nounced he had resigned his office.
(3) 1756, Sep: Daniel Dulany, Esq. was chosen to represent Annapolis in the Assembly.
(3) 1757, Jul: Appointed to his Lordship's Council. (7) A member of the Council.
(3) 1759, Jan: It was announced that Hon. Daniel Dulany was appointed sole Commissary-Gener al of MD, in place of the Hon. Benjamin Tasker, Esq., who had resigned that office.
(3) 1759: Hon. Daniel Dulany and Edward Dorsey at Annapolis to take subscriptions of the La ws of MD by Rev. Thomas Bacon.
(3) 1760, 15 May: The Hon. Daniel Dulany, Esq., Recorder of Annapolis and Commissary Genera l of MD, left for Boston in the morning on account of his health.
(3) 1760, 3 Jul: Walter Dulany advertised that those indebted to Daniel Dulany, Esq., "no w absent on a Journey to the Northward," should make payments to Walter Dulany.
(3) 1761, 22 Jun: Was sworn in as Secretary of MD. The next day, the Hon. John Ridout, Esq. , was made Commissary General. (1,7) Provincial Secretary of MD.
(1) 1761, 2 Jul: Daniel Dulany was planning a trip to Britain, partially to place his son i n school. It was decided that his nephew Benjamin Ogle would accompany them. (1,3) The Hon. D aniel Dulany, the only son of the late Gov. Ogle, and Mr. Dulany's eldest son "attended b y a Number of Gentlemen" left Annapolis early in the the morning for Patuxent "in order to em bark for London, in the Ship "Wilson"."
(3) 1761, 14 Jul: Capt. Johnson's ship, the "Wilson," with Hon. Daniel Dulany, Esq. as pass enger, left for London.
(3) 1761, 16 Jul: Walter Dulany advertised that those indebted to Daniel Dulany, Esq., wh o had left for England, to settle their accounts with him during Daniel's absence.
(1,3) 1761, 6 Sep: The "Maryland Gazette" reported on 10 Dec that another ship and "the Wil son, Captain Johnson... from this Province, arrived on the 6th (of Sep) at Strommess in the O rkneys, after a Passage of 50 days; from whence they were to be convoyed by his Majesty's Shi p, the Hound, with the Fishing Vessels of Iceland, which arrived at Strommes also." Daniel Du lany a passenger on the "Wilson."
(1) 1761, 23 Sep: By then had arrived in London.
(7) 1770: Col. Henry Ridgely assigned to Brice Thomas Beale Worthington, his brother-in-law , 15 tracts, negroes and black cattle, to pay a debt due Daniel Dulaney and Ann Tasker.
(3) 1770, 4 Sep: At a public auction, 1/5 undivided part of the Baltimore Iron Works was so ld to Daniel Dulany for 6,150 pounds sterling. He was deeded the property on 14 Sep by the ex ecutors of Col. Benjamin Tasker's estate, Anne Ogle and Robert Carter.
(7) 1772: Daniel Dulany, Thomas Johnson, John Hall, William Paca, Charles Carroll, Barriste r, Lancelot Jacques and Charles Wallace were members of the Building Committee to build the s tate house in Annapolis, MD. The foundation stone was laid in 1772. On striking the stone wit h a mallet there was a clap of thunder, although a cloud could not be seen. This building wa s the third on the same site and built with an appropriation of 7,500 pounds sterling. In 177 3 it was covered with a copper roof which was blown off during a gale in 1775.
(7a) A member of the Upper House of MD under the Proprietary government.
(7) His celebrated essay against the Stamp Act made him renowned.
(7) 1773: He wrote under the name of "Antillon" in opposition to Charles Carroll to "Carrol lton," writing as "First Citizen," debating the controversy over "officer's fees" during th e administration of Gov. Robert Eden. Carroll took the popular side and received the public t hanks of the Lower House of the Assembly. He contended that the government of Maryland had fo r years been held by one family, viz: Tasker, Ogle, Bladen and Dulany. Dulany was a son-in-la w of Benjamin Tasker Sr., President of the Council, and the office of Commissary-General an d Secretary were almost hereditary in the Dulany family, except when held by Benjamin Taske r Sr. Gov. Eden himself was related to the Bladens by his marriage to Lord Baltimore's daugh ter, she being a niece of Gov. Bladen's wife. The political differences which the controvers y engendered survived the close of the Revolution, and classed Dulany among the enemies to Am erican Independence. He held no public office after it.
(7) "... the brilliancy of his talents (was) displayed alone in the forum of Provincial Cou rts." 
Dulany, Daniel "The Younger" Hon. (I324522)
 
112125 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.82. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Maryland Historical Society Magazine, Sep 1907 , Vol. 2, No. 3, p.276-279.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.31,33,39,41-42.
(3) "The Maryland Gazette 1727-1761," by Karen Mauer Green (Frontier Press, Galveston, TX , 1989) p.17, 19, 20, 35, 52, 56, 70, 72, 77, 103, 108, 109, 112, 125, 158, 165, 179, 186, 20 4, 217, 253.
(4) "Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-Century Virginia Newspapers," by Robert K. Headley, J r. (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1987) p.212. Cites: (a) "The Virginia Journal and Alexa ndria Advertiser," 7 Apr 1785.

! Death: (4a) Executors published notice 7 Apr 1785.

(3) 1745, 27 Sep: Christopher Lowndes, near Bladensburg in Prince George's Co., reported tw o missing horses. There were also items stolen from his store.
(3) 1745, 8 Nov: Christopher Lowndes, living at Bladensburg in Prince George's Co., reporte d a runaway servant man, a stone mason and bricklayer addicted to drinking.
(3) 1745, 31 Dec: Christopher Lowndes, at Bladensburg in Prince George's Co., reported in " The Maryland Gazette" that he had news of advantage to Mary Tarluck who "some years since cam e from Liverpool, and landed on the Maryland side of Potomack River."
(2,3) 1747, 14 May: Merchant of Bladensburg. (1) Of Prince George's Co., MD.
(3) 1748, 14 Sep: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported a runaway Irish convict serva nt, a plasterer.
(3) 1749, 1 Feb: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg advertised medicines for sale.
(3) 1750, 21 Feb: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported a runaway Irish servant, lear ning the blacksmith's trade.
(3) 1750, 16 May: "The Maryland Gazette" reported that a ship of Negroes, consigned to Mr . Tasker and Mr. Lowndes, had left Africa.
(3) 1750, 12 Sep: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg, Prince George's Co., reported a runaw ay convict servant man.
(3) 1752, 28 May: Benjamin Tasker Jr. and Christopher Lowndes advertised slaves for sale ju st imported in the "Elijah" by Capt. James Lowe.
(3) 1752, 30 Jul: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported two runaway servant men, a sa ilor and carpenter and a shoemaker.
(3) 1752, 27 Aug: Charles Clagett advertised land for sale called "Clagett's Purchase" on R ock Creek in Frederick Co., the sale to be at Thomas Chitham's at Bladensburg. For more infor mation, apply to Christoper Lowndes at Bladensburg.
(3) 1752, 26 Oct: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported a runaway convict servant man .
(3) 1753, 16 Aug: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported three runaway servants, on e a bricklayer and stone mason, another a rope maker.
(3) 1755, 26 Jun: Christopher Lowndes, at his rope walk in Bladensburg, advertised rope fo r sale.
(3) 1755, 23 Oct: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg reported two runaway convict servant m en, a hemp-dresser and a weaver.
(3) 1756, 12 Aug: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg advertised for 4 or 5 seamen for the S hip Hawke, Charles Slater, master, soon to leave for London.
(3) 1756, 30 Dec: Christopher Lowndes advertised for rent a public house in Frederick Town , now occupied by William Beall. Apply to Christopher Edelen on the premises.
(3) 1760, 18 Sep: Christopher Lowndes at Bladensburg in Prince George's Co. advertised lan d for sale called "Good Luck," about 480 acres, about 5 miles from Bladensburg and 9 from Upp er Marlborough, and 130 adjoining acres called "Prevention." Also 260 acres, "part of Tasker' s Choice," lying in Frederick Co. about 3 miles from Frederick Town, near to George Lye's. Al so 50 acres, "Salisbury Plains," at the foot of Kittockton Mountain. Also 50 acres, "Baker' s Ramble," near the latter, where the road from the Mouth of Manockasy and that from Frederic k Town meet. Apply to George Murdock at Frederick Town. Lowndes continues to make cordage.
(2) 1760, Oct: In his will, Benjamin Tasker ordered that all his real and personal properti es were to be sold and the proceeds divided equally among three of his sisters, Anne Ogle, Fr ances Carter and Elizabeth Lowndes, and after their deaths, to their surviving children. He a lso specified that none of the money due to Elizabeth was to be paid into the hands of her hu sband, Christopher. Instead, as long as he was alive, Elizabeth's legacy was to be held in tr ust, and only the income paid to her or her children.
(2) 1768, Jun: In his will, Benjamin Tasker Sr. left 2,500 pounds to his daughter Elizabet h Lowndes, but as long as Chrisopher Lowndes lived, her money was to be held in trust. Only t he profits were to be paid into her hands, and upon such payment, she was to render a receipt . Anne Ogle, Robert Carter and Christopher Lowndes, or any two of them, were nominated to tak e over all matters pertaining to Col. Tasker's (his brother-in-law's) will.
(2) Christopher refused to actin in conjunction with Anne Ogle and Robert Carter in the tru steeship of Col. Tasker's unsettled estate.
(2) 1771, 11 Feb: Benjamin Ogle filed suit against Anne Ogle, Robert and Frances Carter an d Christopher and Elizabeth Lowndes as heirs of Benjamin Tasker in the Chancery Court of MD , seeking title to the Belair plantation.
(2) 1774, 27 Apr: The Chancery Court ruled in favor of Benjamin Ogle. It took years to sett le the details.
(4a) 1785, 7 Apr: Christopher Lowndes of Bladensburg, MD, dec'd, executors are Benjamin an d Francis Lowndes. 
Lowndes, Christopher (I324523)
 
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(1) Lord Altham. 
Annesley, Altham 1st baron of Altham (I192249)
 
112127 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.17,22,35,39,47,53. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) MD Hist. Soc. Archives, Horatio Shar pe vIII p.159. (c) "Maryland Gazette," 18 Aug 1808.
(3) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.100,217.
(4) "The Publick Enterprise," Jul 1995.

! Birth: (1) 1745. (1,2a,3,4) d/o Samuel Ogle/Ann Tasker. (2a) 3 Mar 1746, England. (2) Savi lle Row, Bond St., London. (4) 2nd daughter.
Marriage to John Ridout: (1,3) (2b) Spring of 1764, with the "consent and approbation" of G ov. Sharpe and her grandfather Tasker. (4) 1764.
Death: (1) 1808. (2c) 14 Aug 1808, Annapolis, MD. (3) Aug 1808, "White Hall."
Burial: (2c) At her country home "Whitehall." (3) "White Hall," St. Margaret's (or Westmins ter) Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD.

(2) 1752, 11 Feb: In his will, her father left her 1,200 pounds sterling, payable upon he r 18th birthday or day of marriage. He reduced this to 1000 pounds in a codicil drawn up jus t before he died.
(2) 1768, Jun: In his will, her grandfather Benjamin Tasker Sr. directed that "Bank of Engl and Stock amounting to about 8,550 pounds sterling" in his name be transferred to the heirs o f Samuel Ogle as part of the late governor's unadministered estate.
(2) Lived on Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, MD.
(2) She and her husband were close friends of the George Washingtons until the Revolutionar y War.
(2) 1783, 23 Dec: Was among the spectators in the Ladies' Gallery of the Senate Chamber o f the Maryland State House when Gen. George Washington resigned his commission. She wrote he r mother about it. "This you will certainly receive as it goes by a Gentleman that carrie d a Copy of the definitive Treaty ratified by Congress who are in this town." This treaty wa s the Treaty of Paris, the document that officially recognized the U.S. as an independent nat ion.
(2) Had a country home "Whitehall," off present-day Route 50, just west of the Bay Bridge.
(4) 1793: John Ridout wrote his will. Left his wife Mary 112 Duke of Gloucester Street, "th at house or tenement in Annapolis which is at present rented to & occupied by her mother Mrs . Anne Ogle." 
Ogle, Mary (I324511)
 
112128 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.43, Pt. 2 p.2. Cites: (a) "Hollyday," by Bordley. (b) Ridout Papers, MD Hall of Records , Annapolis.

! Birth: (2a) s/o William Anderson/Rebecca Lloyd of Talbot Co., MD.
Death: (2a) 1785, MD.

(1) Of London.
(2b) 1773: Was living in Hertford, England.
(2b) 1774: After running his father's business into the ground, squandering an inheritanc e and borrowing heavily from relatives and friends, he sailed for MD, abandoning all the memb ers of his family, never to see them again. 
Anderson, James (I324526)
 
112129 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "Dictionary of American Biography," p.647, biography of Gov. Samuel Ogle.

! Birth: (1) d/o Sir Robert Markham, Baronet/Mary Widdington. (2) d/o Sir Robert Markham.
Marriage to Lord Altham: (1,2)
Marriage to Samuel Ogle: (1,2)

(1) Her father's sole heiress. 
Markham, Ursula (I325207)
 
112130 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "Dictionary of American Biography," p.647, biography of Gov. Samuel Ogle.
(3) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.9; Pt. 2, p.1. Cites: (a) "Ogles and Bothal," by Sir Henry Asgill (Newcastle-upon Tyne, E ngland, 1902).
(4) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) "Ogle and Bothal," b y H.A. Ogle (1902). (b) "Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789."

! Birth: (1) 25 Mar 1658, 2nd s/o Luke Ogle/Elizabeth Graham. 12th in descent from Humphre y Ogle. (4) 26 Mar 1658, s/o Luke Ogle/Katherine Graham.
Marriage to Elizabeth __: (1,2) Ursula was his 2nd wife. (3) (4) Mrs. Elizabeth Dawson.
Marriage to Ursula Markham: (1,2)
Death: (1) 10 Mar 1718, Dublin.

(1) Graduated from Edinburgh University.
(1) 1677, 10 Oct: Admitted to Gray's Inn, described as the 2nd son of Luke Ogle of Bowsden.
(2) Of Bousden, Northumberland County, England.
(1) 1689: Recorder and member of Parliament for Berwick. (2) Represented Berwick-on-Tweed i n the House of Commons.
(1) 1695: Recorder and member of Parliament for Berwick.
(1) 1696: Succeeded to his father's estate.
(1) 1698: Recorder and member of Parliament for Berwick.
(1) 1699, Jul: Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland.
(1) 1700-1702: Member of Parliament for Berwick.
(1) 1705: Member of Parliament for Berwick.
(1) 1706, Apr: Administered the estate of his brother Luke.
(1) 1706, 9 Jul: Still a Commissioner of Revenue in Ireland when he was mentioned as bein g well acquainted with the management of affairs but the Whigs opposed him.
(1) 1708: Member of Parliament for Berwick.
(1) Commissioner for the Colony of Maryland.
(1) 1719, 4 Mar: His will was probated in Dublin.
(1) 1720, 12 Jul: His will was probated in London. He left all his property to his second w ife. 
Ogle, Samuel I (I325201)
 
112131 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) "Famille Minorum Genti um," p.970.

! Birth: (2) s/o Sir Robert Markham/Rebecca Hussey.
Marriage to Mary Widdrington: (1) Mary Widdington. (2) Mary Widdrington.
Death: (2) 11 Aug 1690. 
Markham, Robert (I325202)
 
112132 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85,101,107. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) MacKenzie's "Colonial Families of the U. S.." (b) Tayloe family papers.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 22,29,32,35,38-50,52-54,56,58,60-64. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "MD Hist. Mag.," LXXIV , 152. (c) "National Intelligencer," 6 Apr 1844.
(3) Letter from Benjamin Ogle Esq. to John Tayloe, Esq., no date, postmarked Annapolis, 1 J ul 1814. Original in possession of Wm. G. Davidson, McGill, NV, 1992.
(4) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & Pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.250.

! Birth: (1) 1775. (1,2a,4) s/o Gov. Benjamin Ogle I/Henrietta Margaret Hill. (2a) 9 Feb 177 5.
Marriage to Anna Maria Cooke: (1,2b) 25 Feb 1796. (2) In the evening. (4)
Death: (1) 1844. (2c) 4 Apr 1844 "at his residence... after a few days' illness."
Burial: (2) "Belair," in the family plot.

(2) 1776, Feb: His mother wrote, "My two little ones are quite well. The boy is just beginn ing to walk and talk, a little Blue-eyed Delicate thing."
(2) 1783, Dec: His aunt Mary Ridout wrote to Anne Ogle, "My Brothers Family are pretty well , though their Son was dangerously ill this autumn. I think him a weakly Child."
(2) 1790-1793: Was enrolled in the newly opened St. John's College, Annapolis. Nowhere is h e listed as a graduate.
(2) His obituary in the "National Intelligencer" states he was educated in England.
(2) 1796, Dec: Benjamin Ogle I Deeded to his son Benjamin "for and in consideration of th e love and affection" he bore, for shillings, the plantation of Belair and the surrounding tr acts "together with all the the... household furniture, pictures, farming utensils and stoc k of every kind thereon... During the rest of his natural life... at all and any time he ma y think proper so to do," Benjamin I reserved the right to freely enter the premises "with se rvants, dogs and horses to chase, kill and carry away any Deer."
(1) Of Belair, Prince George's Co., MD.
(2) 1798: An inventory of Belair for the Direct Federal Tax Assessment was made, and it con tained the mansion with a 24x15 ft. greenhouse adjoining, a 40 ft. square kitchen-office, a 1 2 ft. sqaure poultry house, a single-story dwelling 24x16 ft., a meat house and stable, all b uilt of brick. Additional outbuildings included a frame stable, a deer house, a barn, a cor n house, a windmill with one pair of stones, four tobacco houses and several houses for Negro es. It was the most valuable and best equipped plantation in that section of Prince George' s County.
(2) Operated Belair as a stud farm. Gabriel, "a dark bay, 15 and a half hands high, and a f ine, powerful horse" with an impressive list of victories, was standing for the season in 179 9 at 20 dollars a mare and a dollar to the groom. Benjamin "is reputed" to have entered his h orses in the races sponsored by the Washington Jockey Club, which usually took place in Nov.
(2) 1800-1805: Had 4 children born at Baltimore, MD.
(2) Whereas preceding generations had considered "Belair" a 2nd residence, to Benjamin II a nd his household it was their primary and permanent dwelling place, and they had little relat ionship with Annapolis. He made renovations in the interior of the mansion. He "lived lik e a gentleman of the old school," his house "comfortable and plainly furnished" and associate d with "the first circle of society."
(2) 1803: He was one of Prince George's Co. Commissioners appointed to act with those of An ne Arundel Co. to survey, lay out and open a road from Annapolis "round the head of South Riv er... to the fording place on Patuxent, known by the name of Ashton's Ford, and from thence b y or through Benjamin Ogle's plantation... to intersect the road leading to Bladensburgh," an d to build a bridge over the Patuxent at Ashton's Ford.
(2) Frequently appointed by the County Court to act as an appraiser of the real and/or pers onal property involved in estate settlements.
(2) 1811, Jun: The new British Ambassador, Sir Augustus J. Foster and his servants and staf f landed in Annapolis in the frigate "Miverva", commanded by Capt. Thomas Bladen Capel, a gra ndson of Thomas Bladen and therefore a distant English relative of the Ogles. On his way to W ashington, Sir Augustus wrote, "I dined the following day on my road to the Federal City at M r. Ogle's of Belair, and gave him an English Cock Pheasant which I brought for him with the H en, but the latter had died at Sea."
(2) 1814: Chosen Supervisor of the Public Roads in the upper part of Patuxent Hundred.
(3) 1814, Jun: He wrote to John Tayloe, posted from Annapolis, "As Sa(?) is very urgent t o say something to you about Chance. I have to inform you he is well as are all your mares an d your Colt, one more has come since I wrote making fourteen- on the other side I send a lis t giving the total. I had hard duty below and the Enemy having gone down we are discharged fo r the present but no doubt shall be harass'd enough this summer- suppose you will see number s of lies in the papers for I never heard so many! Neither Benedict or Marlborough are burn t at the latter place the Warehouse and a house adjoining, by accident: at Benedict they ship 'd all the Tobacco except about fifty-hogs'ds and some of which they made a wharf- young Wis e of the Alexandria Dragoons was killed at Benedict by a Serjeant who defended himself lik e a Hero. Nottingham where I was is safe, at least it was when I left it and there is a compa ny of volunteers left for its defence. The British burnt and carried away about 2500 Hogs'd T obacco altogether and Wm. Lansdale lost 200 Hogs'd. With love to all I am very sincerely yrs. " Signed B Ogle. A postscript dated June 30, "Barney is safe having got to Nottingham and ou r Volunteers are discharged."
(2) 1815: Chosen Supervisor of the Public Roads in the upper part of Patuxent Hundred.
(2) 1815, Jun: Benjamin and his wife Anna Maria were called to Annapolis to attend "his mot her that is expected to die."
(2) 1815: Soon after his mother's death, Benjamin successfully petitioned the Chancery Cour t to appoint him trustee to sell her real estate, a move designed to benefit the four minor c hildren of Mary Ogle Bevans, who were the main beneficiaries in Henrietta's will. One of th e tracts disposed of was "The President," and proceeds from its sale were used to satisfy th e mortgage held by Anne Ogle. To Benjamin, Henrietta left "my large Silver Waiter with the Og le Arms in the Middle."
(2) 1816: Chosen Supervisor of the Public Roads in the upper part of Patuxent Hundred.
(2) 1817: Chosen Supervisor of the Public Roads in the upper part of Patuxent Hundred.
(2) 1818: Named Prince George's Co. Commissioner with William Bowie. With two men from Ann e Arundel Co., they were empowered to build a bridge at Priest's Ford (probably the earlier A shton's Ford) for $800.
(2) 1818: His son William called several times on Caroline Calvert of Riversdale and appear ed to be "getting encouragement." Her mother Rosalie wrote that the possibility of a match di d not suit her "because his father has nothing except his plantation, with nine daughters (o f whom not a single one is married yet) and two other sons."
(2) 1821: Received a letter from Lewis Neth, Jr. of Annapolis, who enclosed a newspaper rep rint of a message from John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State, to the Gov. of MD, stating tha t the Treaty of Ghent had prohibited British officers from transporting slaves from the U.S . and that claims for indemnity should be made without delay. He wrote that right after the r atification of the treaty, he and Benjamin's mother had gone aboard a ship in the Bay seekin g the return of runaway slaves, but were unsuccessful. Feeling they both had rightful claims , he asked Benjamin to forward whatever information he had in order to verify their losses.
(2) c.1824: Appointed one of the Tax Commissioners who were charged with re-valuing and re- assessing real and personal property in Prince George's Co.
(2) 1828: Filed an "Additional Final Account" on his mother's estate. In it he reported th e receipt of $3,402 "for Negroes under the Treaty of Ghent" and the payment of a 10% commissi on to himself as executor.
(2) 1828: Paid his son Benjamin $12,000 for a part of Enfield Chase and a part of Ample Gra nge he had previously purchased and on which payment was due in an attempt to help his son ou t of debt. At the same time, he permitted his son to continue to cultivate the land so that h e could gradually buy the property back with the profits earned.
(2) 1831, 19 Oct: One of a committee representing Prince George's Co. at a tariff meeting a t Waterloo, MD. The delegates attempted to promote tariffs to protect American farmers and ma nufacturers from lower-priced foreign competition.
(2) 1836, Jun: Benjamin and Anna Maria Ogle deeded to Josias Pennington of Baltimore (a fam ily-connected lawyer), Anna Maria's 1/7 undivided part of some tracts in Allegany Co., MD whi ch her father had devised to his children in common. The deed was executed to enable Penningt on to sell the land as a whole.
(2) 1837: He and Walter Bowie and 2 commissioners from Anne Arundel Co. were authorized t o rebuild "Belmear's Bridge which crossed the Patuxent at a point directly north of Belair.
(2) 1840: One of a group named to repair Priest's Bridge.
(2) 1840: Paid $45 by the board of trustees for the erection of school houses.
(2) 1840, 15 Mar: Held a public sale at Belair of goods he had seized with a court order fr om the farm in Anne Arundel Co. where his son Benjamin had lived and died. He also started se lling portions of the land for which he had paid his son $12,000. Benjamin had a number of pr omissory notes outstanding himself.
(2) 1843: John Hodges paid off one of his creditors and assumed the note. Benjamin wrote hi m, "How to thank you I know not for your kindness, but I will repay you when able for upon m y word I dont know how I shall ever be able to get out of debt for it appears to me I get wor se off every Day - as Col. Mercer used to say I fear I am too old to be good for anything."
(2) His obituary in the "National Intelligencer" said, "To say he was beloved by all who kn ew him is not the language of ordinary eulogy. Having had the advantages of education in Engl and, with an unusually retentative memory, his mind was stored with information and anecdot e that he was ever ready to impart, which made him the delight of society, both of the old an d of the young. With a taste for field sports, he prosecuted them with ardor almost to the la st year of his life. For nearly fifty years he resided upon his patrimonial estate, in the co nstant exercise of kind and good actions. His life was an example of virtue worthy of imitati on..."
(2) By his will he left to his wife "all my household furniture and plate, silverware of ev ery description, to dispose of by gift during her life, or by will, to any person she think s proper." He gave her control over the balance of his estate not otherwise bequeathed "to d o with as she thinks best." At her death the land was to be divided equally between their tw o sons, Richard Lowndes and George Cooke Ogle, the latter "to have that portion on which my M ansion House stands." Each of them also to pay sister Rosalie $1,500. Left daughter Rosalie C aroline "any room she may choose to occupy at Bell Air house during her single life."
(2) After his death, Anna Maria, George and Richard Ogle, as his heirs, found it necessar y to sell off segments of Belair, both large and small, to a total of over 500 acres. In addi tion, they disposed of a quantity of tobacco, oats, wheat and other goods in an effort to set tle Benjamin's indebtedness. 
Ogle, Benjamin II (I324473)
 
112133 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85,101,107. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) MacKenzie's "Colonial Families of the U. S.." (b) Tayloe family papers.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984 ) p.49,54,56-65. Cites: (a) "MD Hist. Mag.," LXXIV, 152. (b) "Belair" Cemetery.

! Birth: (1) 1777. (1,2a) d/o William Cooke/Elizabeth Tilghman of Annapolis, MD. (2b) 20 Ap r 1777.
Death: (1) 1856. (2) Near the end of 1856 at her residence at Belair, age 80. Her son Georg e wrote to the Tayloe relatives in VA, "On Tuesday night 23rd December she was suddenly take n with a sick stomach... and the day following palpitation of the heart came on which showe d that dropsey of the chest was the cause of her illness... she kept growing worse until deat h relieved her of her suffering at 1 o'clock on Saturday night... She was perfectly herself t o the last, was aware that she could not live and bid us farewell with as much calmness as he r suffering would allow... Sister Susan and Ellen were with her." (2b) 28 Dec 1856.
Burial: (2b) "Belair," beside her husband in the family plot. (2) A bill for her funeral ex penses was submitted by John T. and Richard Hardisty, neighborhood merchants.

(2) 1798: Moved with her family from Annapolis, where he father had practiced law, to Balti more, MD.
(2) 1802, Jun: Was visited at Belair by her just-married and very ill sister Betsey Gilmor , where she and her husband Robert Gilmor remained a fortnight.
(2) She and her husband usually stopped on their way to and from Baltimore at "Hazelwood, " a plantation at Elkridge Landing in upper Anne Arundel Co. owned by her brother George Cook e. Their children spent long periods there also with their cousins. Her father also used Bela ir as a stopping point as he headed for Washington, and George included Belair on journeys t o Washington or Annapolis, in some instances dropping off his wife and/or children on his wa y out and picking them up on his return.
(2) 1815: Henrietta Ogle left her a silver bread basket in her will "as a small remembrance ."
(2) 1836, Jun: Her mother Elizabeth Cooke died and bequeathed to Anna Maria "for and durin g her natural life the interest, profits and dividends of $2,000," the principal to be invest ed in "Stock, or other Security or property" that Anna might prefer, drawn in the name of Sop hia Cooke as trustee. Subsequent payments to Anna Maria were to be for "her sole and separat e use," and after her decease, the principal was to be equally divided between Elizabeth C. W oodville and any unmarried daughters she might leave.
(2) 1836, Jun: Benjamin and Anna Maria Ogle deeded to Josias Pennington of Baltimore (a fam ily-connected lawyer), Anna Maria's 1/7 undivided part of some tracts in Allegany Co., MD whi ch her father had devised to his children in common. The deed was executed to enable Penningt on to sell the land as a whole, and the proceeds due Anna Maria were hers alone to control. S he forwarded the deed to Pennington on the 29th with a letter in which she hoped that "it wil l not be long before you can dispose of the land. The principal reason for wishing it done im mediately is to enable my Son Richard to place himself in some situation, that will support h im; he is extremely anxious to be employed; and much mortified at his fathers unwillingness t o render that assistance which is indespensable. He says, it is from inability - be that as i t may, I am determined to do all I can for him - knowing that 'Idleness is the root of all Ev il.'"
(2) 1844: By his will, her husband Benjamin Ogle left to his wife "all my household furnitu re and plate, silverware of every description, to dispose of by gift during her life, or by w ill, to any person she thinks proper." He gave her control over the balance of his estate no t otherwise bequeathed "to do with as she thinks best." At her death the land was to be divid ed equally between their two sons, Richard Lowndes and George Cooke Ogle, the latter "to hav e that portion on which my Mansion House stands."
(2) After Benjamin Ogle's death, Anna Maria, George and Richard Ogle, as his as his heirs , found it necessary to sell off segments of Belair, both large and small, to a total of ove r 500 acres. In addition, they disposed of a quantity of tobacco, oats, wheat and other good s in an effort to settle Benjamin's indebtedness.
(2) 1857, Feb: Her son George wrote, "Death had no terrors for her. She had always led a li fe of so much piety and reached such a good old age that it would be wrong to wish her back a lthough we cannot help mourning her. She was the tie that bound us together more than any oth er ever can."
(2) She left to her son George "all the Family Pictures at Bel-Air... together with the fou r Paintings of the Seasons." To daughter Rosalie "the choice of all my Furniture at Bel-Air.. . to make her Bed Room compleat; the same to be selected by herself, without any Set or hindr ance whatsoever, accorning to her own taste and pleasure, plus one slave woman & increase o f another." Left a lengthy will distributing the family silver and her remaining personal art icles among her many children and grandchildren. 
Cooke, Anna Maria "Nancy" (I324474)
 
112134 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85,86. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,61,63-64; Part 2, p.15. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "The Bowies and Their Kindred, " by Walter Worthington Bowie (Cromwell Bors., DC, 1899). (c) "Belle Air," by Baltz. (d) "Sun ," 5 Apr 1895.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1819. (1,2a) s/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke of Belair. (2a) 7 Jan 1819 , "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD.
Marriage to Priscilla MacKall Bowie: (1) 1846. (2b) 17 Dec 1846. She d/o Robert William Bow ie/Catherine Lansdale, gdau of Gov. Robert W. Bowie. (3) 16 Dec 1846, Prince Georges Co., MD . (NOTE: May be date of license.)
Marriage to Fanny Douglas Knight: (1) (2d) She d/o Asa Knight of VT.
Death: (2d) 4 Apr 1895, Baltimore.

(2) 1836, Jun: Benjamin and Anna Maria Ogle deeded to Josias Pennington of Baltimore (a fam ily-connected lawyer), Anna Maria's 1/7 undivided part of some tracts in Allegany Co., MD whi ch her father had devised to his children in common. The deed was executed to enable Penningt on to sell the land as a whole, and the proceeds due Anna Maria were hers alone to control. S he forwarded the deed to Pennington on the 29th with a letter in which she hoped that "it wil l not be long before you can dispose of the land. The principal reason for wishing it done im mediately is to enable my Son Richard to place himself in some situation, that will support h im; he is extremely anxious to be employed; and much mortified at his fathers unwillingness t o render that assistance which is indespensable. He says, it is from inability - be that as i t may, I am determined to do all I can for him - knowing that 'Idleness is the root of all Ev il.'"
(2) 1844: By his will, his father Benjamin Ogle gave his mother control over his estate "t o do with as she thinks best." At her death the land was to be divided equally between thei r two sons, Richard Lowndes and George Cooke Ogle, the latter "to have that portion on whic h my Mansion House stands." The brothers were each pay their sister Rosalie Caroline $1,500 . (NOTE: Apparently they were to pay it upon the death of her mother, when the land was to b e equally divided among them, since they received no other specific bequest.)
(2) After Benjamin Ogle's death, Anna Maria, George and Richard Ogle, as his as his heirs , found it necessary to sell off segments of Belair, both large and small, to a total of ove r 500 acres. In addition, they disposed of a quantity of tobacco, oats, wheat and other good s in an effort to settle Benjamin's indebtedness.
(2) 1855, Apr: Deeds of division were drawn up between George and Richard Ogle "to make par tition of the real estate which descended to them under the will of their father." They agree d "to divide the same north and south... making an eastern and western portion thereof." Ric hard received title to the eastern portion. The spacious house he erected on what he called " Bladen" was torn down to make way for the Kenilworth School.
(2) Was vestryman of Holy Trinity Parish, Prince George's Co., MD.
(2d) Judge of the Orphan's Court, Prince George's Co.
(2d) 1880: Moved to Baltimore, MD. 
Ogle, Richard Lowndes (I324487)
 
112135 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 49,61-62. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible.
(3) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & Pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.250.

! Birth: (1) 1796. (1,2a,3) s/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) 24 Dec 1796, Annapol is, MD. (3) Youngest son. (NOTE: Should be oldest son.)
Marriage to Permelia Carrick: (1) Wilhelmina Carrick. (2) Permelia. 1837, Baltimore. Had be en married only a little over a year before his death but had 4 children.
Death: (2) 19 Jan 1839, on his farm in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He "terminated his own existan ce... by deliberately firing a ball from his left breast to his right shoulder - He expired i nstantly."
Burial: (2) In the walled burial ground located a short distance below the mansion on the t erraced side, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD.

(2) 1818: Called several times on Caroline Calvert of Riversdale and appeared to be "gettin g encouragement." Her mother Rosalie looked upon him as a "very handsome young man, althoug h not very lively, but of good conduct and excellent character." She noted that he was from t he best families of MD on both sides, but the possibility of a match did not suit her "becaus e his father has nothing except his plantation, with nine daughters (of whom not a single on e is married yet) and two other sons." Nothing came of the courtship.
(2) 1828: Was so deeply in debt that he was threatened with legal action by his creditors . His father paid him $12,000 for a part of Enfield Chase and a part of Ample Grange he had p reviously purchased and on which payment was due in an attempt to help. At the same time, h e permitted his son to continue to cultivate the land so that he could gradually buy the prop erty back with the profits earned.
(3) Was the last to hold the homestead "Belair."
(2) Isaac Magruder deposed in Chancery Court that Benjamin was not a man of business, tha t he had been addicted to habits of intemperance and that he was a bad manager.
(2) To prove the children's right to share in their father's estate, Permelia Ogle presente d an affidavit in court confirming her and Benjamin's 1837 marriage in Baltimore and provide d witnesses to testify that Benjamin had always acknowledged the children as his. 
Ogle, Benjamin Cook III (I324475)
 
112136 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59, Part 2, p.12. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "Maryland Gazette," 9 Dec 1824. (c) "B altimore American," 1 Mar 1837. (d) "Stones and Bones," by Jean Sargent.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1805. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) 6 Jan 1805, Baltimore , MD.
Marriage to Julius Forrest: (1) (2b,3) 23 Nov 1824. (2b) "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD . He of Upper Marlboro. (2) He s/o Richard Forrest/Sarah Crauford. (3) Prince Georges Co., MD .
Marriage to Rev. Alexander Magruder Marbury: (1) 1837. (2c) 21 Feb 1837. (2) He s/o Willia m Marbury.
Death: (2d) 22 Nov 1878.
Burial: (2) St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel Cemetery, Woodville, Aquasco, Prince
George's Co., MD.

(2) After the death of her 1st husband, brought her two children Anna and David and all the ir furnishings to "Belair" to live.
(1) 1882: Son Ogle Marbury was b. in Howard Co., MD. 
Ogle, Sophia (I324480)
 
112137 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59, Part 2, p.13. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "National Intelligencer," 16 Oct 1837 . (c) Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Records, Collington, list of burials kept by Rev. Harve y Stanley.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1812. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) Jul 1812, "Belair," Pr ince Georges Co., MD.
Marriage to Rev. Upton Beall: (1) (2b) Tues. morning, 10 Oct 1837, "Belair," Prince George' s Co., MD, by Rev. Dr. Marbury. (2) He s/o Aquila Beall/Grace Contee Holliday. (3) 9 Oct 1837 , Prince Georges Co., MD. (NOTE: May be date of license.)
Death: (2c) 29 Jan 1867, Prince George's Co., MD. 
Ogle, Louisa (I324484)
 
112138 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59, Part 2, p.4. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "National Intelligencer," 18 Aug 1838 . (c) "Sun," 7 Sep 1848.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1810. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) 9 Jul 1810, "Belair, " Prince Georges Co., MD.
Marriage to Rev. Charles Goodrich: (1) Rev. William Goodrich. (2b) Rev. Charles Goodrich, 1 6 Aug 1838, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD, by Rev. Dr. Marbury. (3) 15 Aug 1838, Prince G eorges Co., MD. (NOTE: May be date of license.)
Death: (2c) 5 Sep 1848, New Orleans, LA. 
Ogle, Catherine (I324483)
 
112139 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59,63. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "National Intelligencer," 19 Dec 1834.
(3) "Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA," Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & N icholas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) 1801. (1,2a) s/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) 13 Oct 1801, Baltimore , MD.
Marriage to Mary Ridout Bevans: (1) (2b) 16 Dec 1834, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD. Sh e his cousin. (3) 15 Dec 1834, Prince Georges Co., MD. (NOTE: May be date of license.)

(2) 1844, 1 Jul: Was present at the first congregational meeting of the new Holy Trinity Pa rish (created out of the northern section of Queen Anne Parish by a petition from the parishi oners in the vicinity of Henderson's Chapel).
(2) Was vestryman of Holy Trinity Parish, Prince George's Co., MD.
(2) Had no children. 
Ogle, William Cooke (I324478)
 
112140 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,59; Part 2, p.14. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "National Intelligencer," 28 May 1834 . (c) Holy Trinity Church, Collington, list of burials by Rev. Harvey Stanley.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (1) Ellen Cooke, 1814. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) Eleanor ( Ellen), 18 Dec 1814, "Belair," Prince Georges Co., MD.
Marriage to Richard Belt Mullikin: (2b) 28 May 1834, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD. (2 ) He s/o Richard Duckett Mullikin/Eliza Pannell. (3) 19 May 1834, Prince Georges Co., MD. (NO TE: May be date of license.)
Death: (2c) 23 Jan 1867. 
Ogle, Eleanor Cooke "Ellen" (I324485)
 
112141 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,61,63-70; Part 2, p.14. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible.

! Birth: (1) 1817. (1,2a) s/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke of Belair. (2a) 14 Jan 1817 , "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD.
Marriage to Anna Maria Cooke: (2a) 12 Oct 1853, Hazelwood, Anne Arundel Co., MD. (2) Sh e a cousin, d/o George Cooke/Eleanor Addison Dall.
Death: (2a) 27 Nov 1899, Baltimore.

(2) 1838: Graduated from Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD.
(2) 1844: By his will, his father Benjamin Ogle gave his mother control over his estate "t o do with as she thinks best." At her death the land was to be divided equally between thei r two sons, Richard Lowndes and George Cooke Ogle, the latter "to have that portion on whic h my Mansion House stands." The brothers were each pay their sister Rosalie Caroline $1,500 . (NOTE: Apparently they were to pay it upon the death of her mother, when the land was to b e equally divided among them, since they received no other specific bequest.)
(2) 1844, 1 Jul: At the first congregational meeting of the new Holy Trinity Parish (create d out of the northern section of Queen Anne Parish by a petition from the parishioners in th e vicinity of Henderson's Chapel), was chosen as a member of the first vestry.
(2) After Benjamin Ogle's death, Anna Maria, George and Richard Ogle, as his as his heirs , found it necessary to sell off segments of Belair, both large and small, to a total of ove r 500 acres. In addition, they disposed of a quantity of tobacco, oats, wheat and other good s in an effort to settle Benjamin's indebtedness.
(2) 1850, summer: Accompanied his nieces, daughters of Henrietta and William Tayloe, on a " delightful trip" north. On return to Belair in early September, he wrote William Tayloe, "W e took our leisure and visited every place on our route that was at all attractive. We avoide d the watering places as the girls were not prepared for gayety (with the exception of Sarato ga where we stayed three days)... they are now talking over their travels with great glee , I did not find it more trouble traveling with three ladies that if I had been alone... me n make more fuss about taking care of ladies than necessary."
(2) 1855, Apr: Deeds of division were drawn up between George and Richard Ogle "to make par tition of the real estate which descended to them under the will of their father." They agree d "to divide the same north and south... making an eastern and western portion thereof." Geor ge gained possession of the western section with the Mansion, his property retaining the nam e Belair.
(2) Borrowed $1,000 from his brother-in-law, William Henry Tayloe, to pay off a bank note.
(2) 1857, Feb: He wrote to the Tayloe relatives in VA about his mother's death. "The snow i s still so deep and drifted so much that all travel except on horseback is utterly impossible . The cold has been intense and severe as I ever felt it." Despite the weather he was busy st ripping tobacco from a short but fine crop, which was bringing a good price on the market.
(2) His mother's will left him "all the Family Pictures at Bel-Air... together with the fou r Paintings of the Seasons." He "took possession of his portion of Bel Air at his mother's d eath... with a heavy debt and at that time his pecuniary embarrassments commenced."
(2) 1859, Dec: He wrote to William Henry Tayloe, "not as I would a money lender but as t o a friend." He anticipated that in the spring he would "be very much cramped for funds to me et my obligations" and asked for a loan of $5,000, promising payment of interest annually an d the retirement of the principal in five years.
(2) 1862: Posted Belair as collateral against an unpaid balance of $4,587.46 owed to the Ha rdisty store. That account was later cleared.
(2) 1864: After MD approved a state constitution guaranteeing emancipation of the slaves, B elair was suddenly left without the built-in work force to make it productive.
(2) 1866, spring: Wrote to William Henry Tayloe, " I know of no one to whom I can apply bu t yourself... and hope that you will not be annoyed about it but since the war I have not bee n able to get along being behindhand. I do not want to sell the old family estate if I can av oid it... It will become very valuable in a few years, I think, as we shall have a canal with in two miles of us and a railroad within a hundred yards of the farm." He requested another $ 5,000.
(2) 1869, Feb: He wrote to William Tayloe, "I will try my best to pay the interest due yo u this spring or summer... I have two tenants for this year and work part of the land myself. " He was struggling to live as economically as possible but "even then it costs heavily."
(2) 1870, Feb: He wrote to William Tayloe, "At this time I have no money but should no unfo rseen event occur, I shall be able to pay during the current year. I shall make, by a contrac t I have, $200 and that clear of farming. My farm I work on shares so I am released from th e expense of hirelings so that I think I shall get on better than heretofore."
(2) 1870, Feb: At the end of the month, he wrote to Tayloe, "I will do anything to put me o ut of debt. It is an incubus that will wear out any man." Frequent rains had kept him from wo rk through the past month, but he looked forward to spring. "I have nearly filled my ice hous es. We have enough ice of the pond to fill it and expect to finish during today. The ice is t hree inches thick. My boys have whooping cough which worries them considerably and bad cold s keep others coughing almost as bad."
(2) George had signed as security on the bond of someone he thought to be "well off." Tha t person had defaulted and he was left to cover the $350. He once more asked William Taylor f or the funds, which were supplied.
(2) 1870, Mar: George wrote William H. Tayloe, expressing his thanks for his kindness. "Ou r tutor died here last Tuesday. He was in consumption, took cold and died after four days' il lness... It is a loss to use as I do not know that we can (get) another at this time of the y ear."
(2) 1870, Jul: Mr. Clagett was pressing George for the repayment of $7,400. George wrote t o William Tayloe, "If I cannot raise it he will advertise and sell Bel Air. I do not want t o be sold under the hammer which he sould like to do so as to get the place cheap... We hav e had a hot summer... The country is healthy and crops very promising everywhere."
(2) 1870, Sep: He wrote to William Tayloe that he was writing from his sick bed "owing t o a bilious attack." He had tried to take care of Mr. Clagett's claim but the latter had decl ined to give him further time. Tayloe got in touch with Clagett and arranged to assume George 's debt.
(2) 1871: Early in the year the heirs of Maria Jackson, recently deceased, wanted prompt se ttlement of her estate, which held a mortgage on Belair. When George could not respond to the ir request for payment of $2,400, James Mullikin, the executor of her will, filed a suit in E quity. The court decreed that Belair should be sold to satisfy the debt.
(2) 1871, Apr: William Tayloe proposed taking over Belair prior to a public sale, but in Ap ril, before the plan could be carried out, he died. Immediately George sent a message to Will iam's son Henry A. Tayloe that "your Father and myself had made arrangements to have this pla ce sold, he was to buy it, so that others could not worry me. I was then to sell and pay hi s claims... now the Heirs of your Father must have some one to attend to it for them."
(2) Henry A. Tayloe replied to George's letter, "I have only time to say that the will requ ires the Extrs to settle up the estate at the earliest practical moment. We will attend the s ale."
(2) 1871, 16 May: Belair was offered for sale. The advertisement described it as "550 acres , mor or less, and in one of the farms in Prince George's County. It lies along the line of t he Baltimore and Potomac Railroad, about one-quarter of a mile from Collington, where there w ill be a Depot on said Road. The improvements are a large, two-story brick dwelling house , 3 tobacco houses, corn house, granary, stables, servant's house, etc. The soil is well adap ted to the growth of tobacco, corn, wheat, etc. Wood and water abundant." It failed to mentio n that the house was in "bad repair." Thomas Munford and Henry A. Tayloe, executors of Willia m H. Tayloe, were the highest bidders for the property with an offer of $5,100. The condition s of sale were that Rosalie Ogle was to retain the right to a room in the Belair house as lon g as she was single, and that she be paid by the purchasers the $1,500 due her from George Og le, as specified in her father's will.
(2) 1871, 21 Jun: After receiving notification that the sale of Belair had been ratified b y the court, Henry Tayloe wrote to George Ogle, "We have thought it best to send an agent t o take possession... We would be very glad if you will give Mr. Stratton an inventory of wha t is to be received by the Executors... Our agent will board with you temporarily or will tak e you to board with him. He has a wife and will be compelled to have a room." Henry expecte d to visit the plantation in the near future "when we hope to make some arrangements which wi ll be agreeable to Miss Rosalie Ogle."
(2) Henry Tayloe wrote to George Ogle, "From what Mr. Stratton writes me of your treatmen t of himself and Mrs. Stratton I am compelled to remind you and (the) ladies of your family t hat you are only an occupant of Bell Aire on sufference, while our agent Mr. Stratton is th e true occupant and possessor of the place and I demand that you shall give him rooms for hi s comfort and convenience instead of compelling him to live in one room as you have done. I d eposited $1,500 in Mr. Cox hands for Aunt Rosa... which I presume she has received. She is en titled to her room of course and we have no intention of interferring with her in any way. Bu t shall shape our course towards you according to your acts and if Mr. Stratton is interferre d with or not treated as one gentleman should be by another you will find yourself ejected i n short order. I write this to put you on your guard."
(2) 1871, Aug: Henry Tayloe wrote to George Ogle, "As to the pictures they shall never go o ut of the possession of the descendants of the Ogles if I can prevent it. I would prefer yo u keeping them to anyone else & if you or Uncle Dick will buy them at the price my Father gav e you for them with the guarantee that if you ever part with (them) they shall come to me I w ill be delighted for you to have them but I cannot consent to their going into the hands of s tangers."
(2) 1871, Oct: Dr. Ogle left Belair and established residence in Baltimore. His sister Ros alie went with him.
(2) mid 1870's: In a suit filed by Rosalie Ogle against Thomas Munford and Henry A. Taylo e charging she had been denied her legacy of a room in Belair mansion, George deposed he didn 't "leave until October but they put an overseer there in June. There was an overseer's hous e in the place but they occupied a part of the mansion house." 
Ogle, George Cooke (I324486)
 
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! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 55,63,68-70, Part 2, p.4. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "Sun," 24 Dec 1914.
(3) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & Pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.249.

! Birth: (1) 1821. (1,2a) d/o Benjamin Ogle II/Anna Maria Cooke. (2a) 24 Nov 1821, "Belair, " Prince Georges Co., MD. (3) A descendant of Gov. Benjamin Ogle.
Never married: (2b)
Death: (2b) 23 Dec 1914, Baltimore, MD.

(2) 1844: By his will her father Benjamin Ogle left to his daughter Rosalie Caroline "any r oom she may choose to occupy at Bell Air house during her single life." Her brothers George a nd Richard to each pay her $1,500. (NOTE: Apparently they were to pay it upon the death of he r mother, when the land was to be equally divided among them, since they received no other sp ecific bequest.) She chose a room on the 2nd floor, 17x20 feet, on the southeast corner.
(2) In her will, her mother Anne Maria Ogle left her "the choice of all my Furniture at Bel -Air... to make her Bed Room compleat; the same to be selected by herself, without any Set o r hindrance whatsoever, accorning to her own taste and pleasure, plus one slave woman & incre ase of another."
(2) 1871, 16 May: Belair, in Prince George's Co., MD, was offered for sale. Thomas Munfor d and Henry A. Tayloe, executors of William H. Tayloe, were the highest bidders for the prope rty. The conditions of sale were that Rosalie Ogle was to retain the right to a room in the B elair house as long as she was single, and that she be paid by the purchasers the $1,500 du e her from George Ogle, as specified in her father's will.
(2) 1871, 21 Jun: After receiving notification that the sale of Belair had been ratified b y the court, Henry Tayloe wrote to George Ogle, "We have thought it best to send an agent t o take possession... We would be very glad if you will give Mr. Stratton an inventory of wha t is to be received by the Executors... Our agent will board with you temporarily or will tak e you to board with him. He has a wife and will be compelled to have a room." Henry expecte d to visit the plantation in the near future "when we hope to make some arrangements which wi ll be agreeable to Miss Rosalie Ogle."
(2) Henry Tayloe wrote to George Ogle, "From what Mr. Stratton writes me of your treatmen t of himself and Mrs. Stratton I am compelled to remind you and (the) ladies of your family t hat you are only an occupant of Bell Aire on sufference, while our agent Mr. Stratton is th e true occupant and possessor of the place and I demand that you shall give him rooms for hi s comfort and convenience instead of compelling him to live in one room as you have done. I d eposited $1,500 in Mr. Cox hands for Aunt Rosa... which I presume she has received. She is en titled to her room of course and we have no intention of interferring with her in any way."
(2) 1871, Oct: Moved to Baltimore with her brother George Ogle, since the overseer of Belai r and his family had become residents of the house, and she found it impossible to stay ther e alone with such "disagreeable people."
(2) Mid 1870's: Rosalie Ogle brought suit against Henry Tayloe and Thomas Munford chargin g that she had been denied her legacy of a room in the Belair mansion. She wanted an annual a llowance to provide the rental of a room equal to the one she abandoned. Tayloe and Munford c ountered that they had "never requested Dr. George C. Ogle or the complainant to quit the sai d dwelling house," and they had "offered Dr. Ogle the use of the house as long as he chose t o remain there but refused him the use of the farm." After several years' absence, Rosalie st ill retained the key, and the room was opened only when she sent, at various times, for her b elongings. At the time of the suit, some of her furniture was still there.
(2) 1877, 22 Jun: The court decided against Rosalie because the defendants had met the cond itions of the sale and done nothing to bar her from her room.
(2) Appealed her case to the Court of Appeal and lost there as well.
(3) c.1905: Of Baltimore, MD. 
Ogle, Rosalie Caroline (I324488)
 
112143 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 59,61, Part 2, p.12. Cites: (a) "Historical Graves," by DAR. (b) "Baltimore American," 23 Se p 1829.

! Birth: (1) 1794. (2a) s/o Richard Forrest/Sarah Crauford.
Death: (1) 1835. (2b) 18 Sep 1829.

(2) Of Upper Marlboro.
(2) An attorney-at-law. 
Forrest, Julius (I324377)
 
112144 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p. 59,61. Cites: (a) "National Intelligencer," 19 Dec 1834. (b) "Maryland Gazette," 19 Nov 1835.
(3) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004.

! Birth: (2) d/o George Bevans/Mary Ogle.
Marriage to William Cooke Ogle: (1) (2a) 16 Dec 1834, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD. H e her cousin. (3) 15 Dec 1834, Prince Georges Co., MD. (NOTE: May be date of license.)
Death: (2b) 4 Nov 1835, "Belair," Prince George's Co., MD.

(2) Had no children. 
Bevans, Mary Ridout (I324375)
 
112145 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.85. FHL #929.273 T211t.
(2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) Pa rt 2, p.12. Cites: (a) Prince George's Co., MD Admin. #1810. (b) "Stones and Bones," by Sarge nt.

! Birth: (1) 1807. (2a) s/o William Marbury. (2b) 7 Mar 1807.
Death: (1) 1873. (2b) 3 Feb 1873.
Burial: (2) St. Mary's Episcopal Chapel Cemetery, Woodville, Aquasco, Prince George's Co. , MD.

(2a) Of Woodville, Aquasco, Prince George's Co., MD. 
Marbury, Rev. Alexander Magruder (I324378)
 
112146 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.90,100. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. VI, p .1014.
(2) "Nexus," Vol. IX, No., V (NEHGS), "Notable Kin - The Line from King John of Magna Carta ," by Gary Boyd Roberts, p.148-153. Cites: (a) "Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshir e - West Riding, by Joseph Foster (1874) Vol. 1, p.206-207.

! Birth: (1) d/o Sir Thomas Chaloner of Guisborough.
Marriage to Sir William Fairfax: (1) 1629. (2) 
Chaloner, Frances (I324366)
 
112147 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.90,91,100. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. II , p.616. (b) Maryland Historical Magazine, Sep. 1910, p.297, Bladen Family.
(2) "Nexus," Vol. IX, No., V (NEHGS), "Notable Kin - The Line from King John of Magna Carta ," by Gary Boyd Roberts, p.148-153. Cites: (a) "Maryland Genealogies," Vol. 1 (1980) p.43-47 . (b) "Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire - West Riding, by Joseph Foster (1874) V ol. 1, p.206-207.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o Sir William Fairfax/Frances Chaloner. (1) Parents of Steeton Castle, York shire, England.
Marriage to Nathaniel Bladen: (1,2) 
Fairfax, Isabella (I324367)
 
112148 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.90,91,100. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. II , p.616. (b) Maryland Historical Magazine, Sep. 1910, p.297, Bladen Family.
(2) "Nexus," Vol. IX, No., V (NEHGS), "Notable Kin - The Line from King John of Magna Carta ," by Gary Boyd Roberts, p.148-153. Cites: (a) "Maryland Genealogies," Vol. 1 (1980) p.43-47 . (b) "Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire - West Riding, by Joseph Foster (1874) V ol. 1, p.206-207. (c) "The Mowbray Connection," by G.B. Roberts (23 Vols., mss. at NEHGS), co ntinental and American charts.
(3) "The Dictionary of National Biography," Vol. II (Oxford Univ. Press, 1964) p.616. Biogr aphy of Martin Bladen.

! Birth: (1) s/o John Bladen/__ Birkhead. Named for his grandfather Birkhead.
Marriage to Isabella Fairfax: (1,2,3)

(1) A Lawyer of Hemsworth, Yorkshire and Lincoln's Inn, London. (3) Of Hemsworth, Yorkshire . 
Bladen, Nathaniel (I324368)
 
112149 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.90,91,100. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Dictionary of National Biography, Vol. VI , p.1014.
(2) "Nexus," Vol. IX, No., V (NEHGS), "Notable Kin - The Line from King John of Magna Carta ," by Gary Boyd Roberts, p.148-153. Cites: (a) "Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshir e - West Riding, by Joseph Foster (1874) Vol. 1, p.206-207.

! Birth: (1) 1609, 2nd son. (1,2) s/o Sir Phillip Fairfax/Frances Sheffield.
Marriage to Frances Chaloner: (1) 1629. (2)
Death: (1) 1644. Killed as a result of 15 wounds received at the relief of Montgomery Castl e.

(1) Of Steeton Castle, Yorkshire, England.
(1) 1630, 1 Jun: Knighted by Charles I at Whitehall.
(1) One of the officers on the side of Parliament in the Civil War, being present at the ba ttles of Edgehill, Leeds, Wakefield, Adwalton, Nantwich, Latham and Marston Moor. (2) Parliam entary general in the English Civil War. 
Fairfax, William (I324365)
 
112150 [adgedge.ged]

! (1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA , 1963) p.90,91-92,100. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) D.A.F.E.P., p.491. (b) Dictionary of N ational Biography, Vol. XVIII, p.12.
(2) "Nexus," Vol. IX, No., V (NEHGS), "Notable Kin - The Line from King John of Magna Carta ," by Gary Boyd Roberts, p.148-153. Cites: (a) "Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshir e - West Riding, by Joseph Foster (1874) Vol. 1, p.206-207.

! Birth: (1) s/o Sir William Fairfax/Mabel Curwon of Workington, Co. Cumberland.
Marriage to Frances Sheffield: (1,2)

(1) Of Steeton Castle. 
Fairfax, Philip Sir (I336128)
 

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