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Sarah Bonner

Sarah Bonner

Female Abt 1644 - 1718  (~ 74 years)

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  • Name Sarah Bonner 
    Born Abt 1644  St. Nicholas, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 26 Jul 1718  Bowls Plantation, Charles, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Carr, Peter, Charles County, 21st Sept., 1680;
      19th Apr., 1683.
      To Robert, Charles, Joseph, Eliza: and Sarah Douglass, sons and daus. of Col. John Douglass, late of Charles County, personalty; part of same being a debt due testator by Sarah Douglass, now wife of Ralph Smith, and mother of sd. legatees.
      To Peter, son of George Mackmillion, at 16 yrs.; Jane, wife of John Smith; James, son of James Tyer, and child. of George Newman, personalty.
      Ex. Jas. Tyer.
      Test: Wm. Philmore, Jno. Gilby, Edm. Dinnis. 4. 12.
      ===
      There were several Bonners appearing in America in the 1600's including Thomas, Henry and Richard around 1638. Thomas, James and William Bonner migrated to the Carolina's and Georiga from the Chesapeake Bay area.

      Bowles, sometimes called "Bowlesley", was inherited from her first husband William Bowls.
      It was a plantation of 200 acres on the Potomac River near Pickawaxon Creek. This plantation was patented by Edward Bowls and willed to his son William.

      Sarah Bonner was married to William Herbart at the time of her death. He had preceded her, in death, by two months.
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      Ralph Smith 18.154 1 CH £334,6,9 Mar 10 1693
      Appraisers: Cleborne Lomax, Walter Storey,
      Executrix: Sarah Smith (relict),
      ===
      Ra. Smith 19-1/2B.89 A CH £334.6.9 £22.3.8 Feb 24 1699
      Payments to: Mrs Richard Boughton, John Doughlass, Joseph Cole, Mrs Philip Briscoe.
      Mentions: no orphans.
      Executrix: Mrs. Sarah Smith (widow).
      ===
      Thomas Tallor [Taylor] 19-1/2B.113 A CH Apr 25 1700
      Received from: John Loftin, Anne Hide, Samuel Burnham,
      Payments to: Joseph Venor, Anne Cox, Mrs. Sarah Smith.
      Administratrix/Executrix: widow (unnamed), wife of John Gwin,
      ===
      Will of Sarah Herbart
      Herbart, Sarah, widow, Charles County, 8th July 1718;
      26th July 1718
      To son Joseph Douglas and hrs., dwelling plantation and 200 A., "The Hills"
      To grandsons Thomas, Benjamin, and Joseph Douglas and Douglas Giffard, personality.
      To granddaus. Eliz. Howard and Mary Douglass, personality.
      Son Joseph afsd., ex. and residuary legatee.
      Test: Col. Walter Story, Tho.Harris, Sam. Hanson. MCW 14, 662.

      The "Dwelling Plantation had to have been "Bowl's".

      More About SARAH BONNER:
      Apr: July 19, 1719, Bowls Plantation, Charles County, Maryland
      Probate: July 26, 1718, Charles County, Maryland
      Property: Abt. June 06, 1663, Charles Co. , Maryland; Property: Bowls Plantation
      Will: July 08, 1718, Charles County, Maryland

      Charles County Maryland Probate Records Inventories Book 1717-1735
      49: Sarah Herbert decd 26 Jul 1718 - Geo Dent, Douglass Gifferd next of kin.
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      Smith, Richard, Chas. County, 14th June, 1694;
      18th July, 1694,
      To Sarah Douglas, to dau. Eliza: and unborn child, personalty. sons Richard and Arthur and hrs., all real estate equally.
      wife Ann, estate during minority of children.
      EX; Wife and son Rich'd afsd.
      Test: Jno. Harrison,, Robt. Barrett.
      ===
      William Timothy 20.264 A CH £23.14.0 #3924 May 14 1701
      The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #5688,
      Payments to: Grace Timothy widow of deceased), John Rose, William Herbert and his wife Sarah (executrix of Ralph Smith), William Nicholls, Phillip Briscoe, Gerrard Fowke.
      Administratrix: Samuell Compton
      ===
      Charles County Circuit Court Liber H, Page 290
      3 Apr 1680; Indenture from Thomas Harris, planter, to Ralph Smith and Sarah his wife, the relict of Col. John Duglas; exchange of land; a parcel of land at the head of Petit's Creek part of land now in possession of Thomas Harris; bound by Pope's Hollow and land of Thomas Petits; containing 20 acres; /s/Thomas Haris; wit. Henry Bonner, Rando. Brandt; acknowledged by Mary Haris, wife of Thomas
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      Bowles, William, Pickiawaxen, Charles Co. , 15th Apr., 1662;
      27th Feb., 1662.
      To wife Sarah, execx., and hrs., ½ estate, real and personal.
      To Robert Robbins, personalty.
      Uncle John Bowles and kinsman James Tyre,
      residuary legatees. Test: Jas. Smith, Wm. Ayliffe, Wm. Lewis. 1. 171.
      ===
      Feb. 27, 1662/3 - Sarah Boules was granted administration on estate of William Bowles. Bond: Robert Robins. Appraisers: William Heard, Thomas Smoote. Mr. Francis Pope to administer oath.
      Source: Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 1D, pp. 64-5.

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    Person ID I15332  Lythgoe-Donaldson
    Last Modified 15 Jul 2010 

    Family John Douglass,   b. Abt 1656,   d. 28 Jan 1678  (Age ~ 22 years) 
    Married 17 Aug 1663  Charles, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. John Douglass,   b. 1668, Charles, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Dec 1705, Charles, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 37 years)
    Family ID F7070  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - Abt 1644 - St. Nicholas, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 17 Aug 1663 - Charles, Maryland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 26 Jul 1718 - Bowls Plantation, Charles, Maryland Link to Google Earth
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