John Middleton1677 - Aft 1750 (> 74 years)
Name John Middleton Born 1677 Prince George's, Maryland Gender Male Died Aft 1750 Frederick, Maryland Notes
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Title: North Carolina Wills p 300 1758
Text: she says that this John and his wife did go to VA, but they returned in their later years, and he died at his surviving daughter, Charity's house in Frederick/Montgomery Co, MD
He was vestryman of St. John's (Piscataway) Church 1707-1709, 1728-1731; heir to "Wheeler's Hope" 1709; Captain in Colonial forces, 1728-1731; Constable of Piscataway Hundred in 1719.
Charles Read (planter) 35A.297 A PG £2.18.3 £5.19.4 Mar 19 1713
Received from: Richard Harriss.
Payments to: John Middleton, James More, Jr., Thomas Manly, Benjamin Berry.
Administrator: John Middleton (also John Middleton).
William Elliot 13.29 PG £56.6.3 Nov 21 1727
Appraisers: John Hawkins, Walter Bayne,
Creditors: Hannah Mossey, John Middleton,
Next of kin: James Darner, John Hopkins
Executrix: unnamed, deceased prior to administration
Prince George's Land Records 1739-1743 - Liber Y - Page 168.
Deed of Gift. We, John & Mary Middleton of PG, for the natural love we have for our son-in-law & daughter, William Luckett & Charity, his wife, and for other considerations, we give them all that part or parcel of two tracts of land, the one called Thomas & Mary, the other called The Willsons Enlargement, bounded by the Thomas & Mary, situated in PG, containing about 95-1/2 acres. Signed May 10, 1740 John Middleton, Mary (M her mark) Middleton. Wit - Jno Addison*, James Kendall, Tho Owen*, Jno Hawkins Jr*. Recorded May 13, 1740.
Haddock, James, gent, Prince George's County, 16th Sept., 1726;
2nd May, 1731.
To nephew John Gibson and hrs., 1/2 of "Weston," lying on Collington, now in poss. of John Green, after decease of wife Sarah; and personalty.
To grandson James Haddock Waring and hrs., other half afsd. tract.
To son Marsham Waring, Basil Waring, John Murdock and Samuel Perrie, and to each of their wives, one mourning ring; also to godson James Wilson, Coll. Thomas Addison and to each of his 2 sons Thomas and Henry Addison a mourning ring.
To 3 sisters Elizabeth Gibson, Sarah Newland and Mary Reynolds, 20s. each.
To wife Sarah, extx., and hrs., lot and house in Marlborough Town bou. from John Middleton, also use of "Weston" during life; residue of estate absolutely,
Test: Winnefred Simmons, Henry Keene, Edward Owen, John Barton. 20,197,
Mary Mortus, born say 1702, was the servant of Thomas Wilson on 27 March 1721/2 when the Prince George's County court presented her for having an illegitimate "Malatto" child. On 26 June 1722 she confessed that her master's "negroe man" Hannibal was the father. The court sold her and her child to John Middleton and ordered that Hannibal receive fifteen lashes [Court Record 1720-2, 484, 561, 619-20]
Early Familes of Southern Maryland Vol 5
John Middleton, (Capt.), b. ca 1673, age 52 on 5 Oct 1725 deposition which mentions William Hutchison and Robert Middleton (PGLR 1.696); age 55 on 28 Nov 1728 & 26 Jan 1729
(PGLR M346 & 455); at by 1706 Mary ; d. by 1730; John was on the grand jury of Nov 1698 Court of Prince George's Co.; he was taxable in 1719 Piscataway Hundred (Ba 1.161); children:
1-1 ?Anne Middleton
1-2 John Middleton, Jr.
1-3 Charity Middleton, b. ca 1717
2 Feb 1705; From James Wheeler, planter, to John Middleton, planter; Wheeler's Purchase in Prince George's County, formerly Charles Co.; 200 acres (PGLR C.156)
20 Nov 1706; From John Middleton, planter, to William Hutchison, Gent; 200 acres Wheeler's Purchase; ack. Mary Middleton, wife of John (PGLR C.176)
9 Jan 1711; From John Middleton to Francis Marbery; part of Appledore; 227 acres Mistake [latter in partnership with Marbery]; James Middleton one of the wit; no ack. by wife (PGLR F215)
8 Feb 1723; From John Middleton, Gent., of Prince George's Co. to James Haddock, Gent.; lot *32 with storehouse in Marlborough Town; no ack. by wife (PGLR 1352)
Jun 1727; Thomas Boteler, age 17, s/o Henry Boteler, dec'd; chose Capt. John Middleton as guardian (PGOC N351)
10 Jun 1727; From John Middleton, planter, and Mary his wife, to Richard Bennett of Anne Arundel Co.; Middleton's dwelling plantation, Wheeler's Hope, and contents thereof, 365 acres in Zachia Manor; 100 acres Maiden's Bowers in Calverton Manor; Nothingworth of 30 acres on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac in Calvert Manor (PGLR M.174)
29 Feb 1728; From Thomas Wilson, carpenter, wife Mary and son
Lancelot Wilson, to John Middleton; 95-1/2 acres Thomas and Mary (PGLR M.302)
29 Feb 1728; From William Davis, planter, and Mary his wife, to John Middleton, Gent.; tract called Diamond (PGLR M304) 27 Jun 1729; From John Middleton, Gent., to George Buchanan,
merchant 200 acres called Diamond; ack. Mary, wife of John Middleton (PGLR M.454)
15 Feb 1730; From John Middleton to Thomas Middleton, Sr.; household goods, mill stones, horses, manservants, cattle, etc.; no ack by wife (PGLR Q.213)
24 Mar 1730; John Middleton, planter, appoints his bro., Thomas Middleton, as his attorney; Thomas sells 2 acres in Beal! Toun as atty. for his bro. John (PGLR T.183)
11 Apr 1731; John Middleton and Ralph Mario sold or mortgaged slaves to Samuel Magruder Sr. (PGLR Q317)
This may have been the John Midleton who became insolvent and since ran away out of this Province' according to a Bill of Complaint dated 29 Nov 1732 (CCR).
Benjamin Gardner 20.315 CH £33.16.0 Jan 6 1734 Feb 15 1734
Appraisers: John Middleton, John Moore.
Creditors: James Carico, Cicilia Villit.
Next of kin: Thomas Owen, Michael Gardner.
Administratrix: wife (unnamed) of William Beck.
Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 156: Indenture, 2 Feb 1705
From: James Wheeler, planter of Prince George's County
To: John Middleton, planter of Prince George's County
For 9,000 pounds of tobacco a 200 acre tract called Wheeler's Purchase in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County, at the east side of the Piscattaway at an Indian town called Pamunkey; bounded by St. John's Creek, land of Cap't Luke Gardiner; this land runs parallel to a patent of 500 acres granted John Wheeler, grandfather of James Wheeler on 10 Jul 1663; John Wheeler willed 200 acres of the land to his brother, James Wheeler, now in the possession of Richard Edgar, 200 acres willed to above named James Wheeler and 100 acres to Anne Wheeler, sister of the said James, now wife of Hillary Ball
Signed: James Wheeler (mark)
Witnessed: R. Bradly and James Stoddart
Prince George's County Land Records, Folio 176: Indenture, 20 Nov 1706
From: John Middleton, planter of Prince George's County
To: William Hutchison of Prince George's County, Gent.
For 402 a 200 acre parcel of land lying in Prince George's County, formerly Charles County; part of tract called Wheeler's Purchase surveyed for John Wheeler and sold by James Wheeler to John Middleton; bounded by John Wheeler's part now in possession of Richard Edgar
Signed: John Middleton and Mary Middleton (mark)
Witnessed: Francis Marbury and Henry Acton
Memorandum: 21 Nov 1706 Mary Middleton examined by above witnesses
Prince George's Land Records 1710-1717 - Liber F -folio 215 o Indenture, 9 Jan 1711
From: John Middleton of Prince George's County
To: Francis Marbery of Prince George's County
For 14£/1s/9p part of a tract of land called Apple Dore; a 227 acre tract called Mistake bounded by Brother's Delight; the letter being a partnership between Middleton and Marbery Signed: Jno. Middleton (seal)
Witnessed: James Burgess, James Middleton
Memo: 28 Nov 1712 John Middleton acknowledged deed
Alienation: Francis Marbery paid 3s/10p and a half penny 27 Nov 1714
Contributed by Shirley Middleton Moller
"Alexander Hamilton of Spy Park", by Lamar Hamilton
Following the surrender of the Jacobite forces at Preston, they were
imprisoned during the winter and spring of 1715/16 - poorly fed, ill-clothed and
badly quartered. Approximately 700 of these "rebels" were transported from
Liverpool to the plantations to be placed under indenture for seven years as
servants. Two of the transport ships made port in Maryland, the first one,
Friendship, on 20 Aug 1716 and the Good Speed on 18 Oct 1716. Daniel
Stewart was among the 54 rebels on the Good Speed. Richard Elgin, a Charles
County planter, was his original purchaser, but his indenture was subsequently
resold to Thomas Orrell, an innkeeper and planter of the Portobacco area. John
Stewart, who married Mary Hamilton, was also transported on the Good Speed;
his indenture was sold to John Middleton, another Charles County planter. It is
likely that John Stewart, apparently in his mid-teens, was related to Daniel
Stewart - perhaps a younger brother, at least a cousin.
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 25-28
Memorandum from Charles, Lord Baltimore, to the justices Francis Marbury, Peter Dent, James Stoddert, Jr. and Zachariah Wade, Gent.; Capt. John Middleton seized of a parcel of land called Wheeler's Hope on 23 Nov last at court held at Marlborough Town before John Bradford, Gent; oaths to be taken regarding memory of bounds:
Deposition of Francis Marbury, age ca 65 years; at request of Hillary Ball and Francis Clarboe about 20 years ago he laid out a tract called Brother's Delight belonging to said Ball, bounded by Wheeler's Hope
Deposition of Francis Wheeler, age ca 50 years
Deposition of Perman Walker, age ca 60 years; mentions Robert Middleton and John Middleton
Deposition of James Wheeler, age ca 40 years; mentions Henry Ball
Deposition of Michael Scandell, age ca 30 years
Deposition of Anne Scandell, age ca 48 years
Enrolled 1 Jul 1726
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 174
Enrolled at request of Patrick Hepburn 10 Jun 1727:
Indenture, 7 Jun 1727; Between John Middleton, planter, and Mary his wife of this part and Richard Bennett of Queen Anne County, merchant; for £200; one tract called Wheeler's Hope [Middleton's dwelling plantation including contents thereof] of 365 acres in Zachia Manor; also Marden's Bowers of 100 acres in Calverton Manor; also Nothingworth on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac bounded by land of Adam Miller and Joseph Chew and containing 30 acres in Calverton Manor; also one acre of land at the head of Piscataway Creek called Leith [part of land sold Daniel Fraser by Francis Marbury with dwelling house, rolling house and store house, etc.]; /s/ Jno. Middleton, Mary Middleton; wit. Jos. Belt, Edw. Spriggs, Phi. Plafay, Patrick Hepburn; 7 Jun 1727 ack. by John Middleton and Mary his wife
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 300
Enrolled at request of Charles Drury 20 Jul 1728:
Indenture, 29 Feb 1727; Between Thomas Wilson, carpenter, Mary his wife, and Thomas Wilson their son of one part and Henry Davis; for £20; a tract called Wilson's Addition on the northwest side of Beaverdam Branch of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac; containing 35 acres; /s/ Thomas Willson (mark); wit. John Middleton, William Daviss; 29 Feb 1727/8 ack. by Tho. Wilson and Mary his wife
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 302
Enrolled at request of John Middleton 27 Jul 1728:
Indenture, 29 Feb 1728; Between Thomas Wilson, carpenter, Mary his wife & Lancelot Wilson his son of the first part and John Middleton; for £30; a parcel called Thomas & Mary; also Wilson's Enlargement; containing 95 1/2 acres; /s/ Thomas Wilson (mark), Mary Davis, Sr.; wit- William Daviss, Mary Davis; 29 Jul 1727/8 ack by Thomas Wilson and Mary his wife
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 304
Enrolled at request of John Middleton 27 Jul 1728:
Indenture, 29 Feb 1728; Between William Davis, planter and Mary his wife of one part and John Middleton, Gent.; for £40; a parcel of land called Diamond formerly taken up by Thomas Ropper on Piney Branch; /s/ William Daviss, Mary Daves (mark); wit. Lancelot Willson, Thomas Willson (mark); 29 Feb 1727/8
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 333
Enrolled at request of Christopher Edelin 22 Oct 1728:
Indenture; Between John Middleton of one part and Ralph Marlow and Christopher Edelin; Ralph and Christopher bound with sd. John in a bound to William Digges for £207.16.7; assignment of Negroes, cattle, servants [Robert Wharton and James Tingle with his wife Jane], horses, etc.; 14 Feb 1727/8; /s/ John Middleton; wit. John Davison, William Marlow (mark)
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 346
Petition of Gabriel Parker of Calvert Co. 4th Tues. of Aug last: Memorandum from Charles, Lord Baltimore to the Justices regarding boundaries of Piscataway Forrest; oaths follow:
Deposition of Thomas Edelin, age ca 56; mentions 21-22 years ago, Piscataway Forrest, Robert Middleton and Hickford Leman
Deposition of Francis Marbury, age ca 66; swore same
Deposition of Francis Wheeler, age ca 55; mentions 20 years ago, William Hutcheson
Deposition of John Middleton, age ca 55; swore same
Deposition of Francis Wheeler, afsd., at 2nd location
Deposition of Francis Marbury, afsd., at 2nd location
Deposition of James Young, age ca 54; mentions Wm. Hutcheson, Col. Belt and Robert Middleton
Deposition of George Noble; mentions Robert Middleton and Wm. Hutcheson, Francis Wheeler and Thomas Edelin
Deposition of Hickford Lemon, age ca 56; mentions George Noble, John Hawkins, 22 years ago, Wm. Hutchison, Robert Middleton and Thomas Edelin
/s/ George Noble, John Hawkins
Enrolled 28 Nov 1728
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 444
Petition of Enock Jencoson (Jenkins) to the Justices:
From Charles, Lord Baltimore, to George Noble, Henry Massey, Robert Wade & Zachariah Wade, Gent.; regarding boundaries of God's Gift; 17 Apr 1729; depositions following:
Deposition of John Lenham, age ca 70; mentions William Hunter, Robert Middleton David Jenkins
Deposition of John Middleton, age ca 55; mentions William Hutchison, Daniel Jenkins
Deposition of Thomas Middleton, age ca 50; mentions his father [unnamed] and W- Hutchison
Enrolled 26 Jun 1729
Prince George's Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 454
Enrolled at request of George Buchanan 8 Jul 1729:
Indenture, 27 Jun 1729; Between John Middleton, Gent., and George Buchanan, merchant; for £30 sterling and £6 current money"; a parcel called Diamond; bounded by Piney Branch; containing 200 acres; /s/ John Middleton; wit. John Magruder, Edw. Sprigg; ack- 27 Jun 1729 by John Middleton and Mary his wife
Prince George?s Land Records 1726-1730 - Liber M, Page 512
Enrolled at request of Elizabeth Cotton 25 Nov 1729:
From Elizabeth Cotton, relict of William Cotton, dec'd, to her children; to Mary James, William James, Anne James, John Cotton; money, moveables, cattle, etc.; /s/ Eliza. Cotton (mark); wit. Jere Belt, John Middleton
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 41
Enrolled at request of John Middleton 24 Jun 1730:
Indenture, 9 May 1730; Between John Chittam and Mary his wife of one part and John Middleton, Gent.; for £4; 2 acres in the fork of Eastern branch; bounded 1 acre laid out for Robert White, 1 acre laid out for John Bradford, 1 acre laid out for John Talbut, 1 acres laid out for Thomas Butler; /s/ John Chittam, Mary Chittam (mark); wit. Jere. Belt, Edw. Sprigg; 9 May 1730 ack. by Mary Chittam wife of Joh
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 213
Enrolled at request of Thomas Middleton, Sr., bill of sale, 22 Feb 1730:
From John Middleton for £160 paid for Thomas Middleton, Sr.; pair of hand mill stones, 12 chairs, all my book debts, all tobacco in my houses, all furniture, horses, etc.; manservant called Mathais Davis, Henry Wright, Thomas Dick, John Mason; cattle at house on Eastern Branch, etc.; 15 Feb 1730; /s/ John Middleton; wit. Wm. Thomas, John Thomas; ack. John Middleton 15 Feb 1728 (sic)
Prince George's Land Records 1730-1733 - Liber Q, Page 386
Enrolled at request of Henry Massey 24 Nov 1731:
Francis Marbury has formerly (by contract & promise) obligated himself to make over to Capt. John Middleton one lot or acres of land near Piscataway being part of tract where Daniel Frazer now lives called Leith; Marbury has never legally ack. to John Middleton and now Middleton has sold or mortgaged the lot to Richard Bennett, Esq. by deed 7 Jun 1727; this indenture: 25 Oct 1731 between Francis Marbury and Henry Massy; for good causes; makes over to Massey the above lot near Piscataway bridge; /s/ Fra. Marbury; wit. Geo. Noble, Ignatius Wheeler; ack. 25 Oct 1731 by Francis Marbury
Liverpool, England to Annapolis, Maryland 18 October 1716
A List of the Rebell prisoners transported into this province in the
Ship Good Speed, on the 18th Day of October, Anno Domini 1716, with
the names of the persons who purchased them:
Prisoners Names. Purchasers.
John Stewart John Middleton
Person ID I15414 Lythgoe-Donaldson Last Modified 15 Jul 2010
Father Robert Middleton, b. 1651, d. 6 May 1708, Prince George's, Maryland (Age 57 years) Mother Mary Wheeler, b. 22 Mar 1657, Charles, Maryland , d. 6 May 1708, Charles, Maryland (Age 51 years) Married 1672 Charles, Maryland Family ID F7096 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Mary Haddock, b. Abt 1677, Prince George's, Maryland , d. Aft 1750, Frederick, Maryland (Age ~ 74 years) Married Abt 1695 Prince George's, Maryland Family ID F7104 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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