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Page iii - To this end all names of properties and their acreage and situation, as far as practicable, and as given in the wills, will be found in the Calendar, and can readily be followed by reference to the index. Whenever a will shows the means, by which a property came into the possession of a testator, whether by purchase, deed of gift, or descent, the facts as stated there will be found given in the Calendar.
Page 174 - In event of death of any child or child. under age, deceased's portion to be divided among male survivors. Exs.: Wm. Ford, Dorchester Co., Edward Roe, Thos. Taylor, and Wm. Stevens, Jr., of Talbot Co. Test: Edward Man, Jno. Gordon, Wm. Crosse. 5.
Page 120 - In event of death of Susan Hunt, her share of estate to pass to testator's 2 daus. afsd. Should sd. daus. die during minority or without issue, their share of estate is bequeathed to Edward Bussey, Hezekiah Bussey and Ann Keene, dau.
Page 83 - Should all die without hrs., wife Eliza: to inherit all real estate; residue of personalty to be for the Roman Catholic Church and the poor. In event of death of wife and child. without hrs., land afsd.
Page 113 - In event of death of all afsd. legatees, estate to pass to Thomas Keiting and his sister, Nell Keiting, with conditional bequests to sister Eliza: Daly and her child., (unnamed) and to sister Пargaret, both of Ireland.
Page 117 - I,add of Calvert Co., and John Edmundson of Talbot Co., who are to inherit personal property at death of wife afsd. Test: John Halles, Henry Janson, Jno. Norman.
Page 56 - Nov., 1670; 26th Nov., 1670. Wife Barbara, execx. and sole legatee of estate, real and personal. To brother Edward, land bought of William Canade at death of wife afsd.
Page 157 - Hanna his wife and hrs., sd. land should John Ingram afsd. die without issue. " dau. Sarah Browne, land afsd. in event of death of sd. legatees without issue. " sd. Christopher Goodhand and Manna his wife, exrs., and band, Thomas Brookes, of William Leeds; also 200 A.