Name: MARY 1 2 3
Birth: ABT 1696 in perhaps Charles Co. MD
Event: Named daughter Anne Burch, son John, and grandson William Miles Nevitt in will
Will dated 8 NOV 1774
Event: nefshf -distant cousin match Matthew Jewell -through Lucy Nevitt and Charles Peak, npolk1566 through Elizabeth Nevitt McPherson A. M. L. (administered by Darryl Belitz) via Kristin through Elizabeth Nevitt
Ancestry DNA Match
Death: AFT 8 NOV 1774 in Charles County, MD
Event: Her last name was perhaps Montgomery
Event: Mary's son John Nevitt was made executor of the estate
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Richard NEVITT II b: ABT 1695 in Perhaps St. Mary's Co. MD
- Ann Nevitt b: ABT 1722 in Charles County, MD
- John Nevitt b: ABT 1723 in Charles County, MD
- Richard NEVITT III b: ABT 1718 in Charles County, MD
- Elizabeth Nevitt b: ABT 1714 in Charles County, MD
Edmund McAtee b: 1675 in Charles County, MD
in Charles County, MD
- Rosamund McAtee b: ABT 1730 in Charles County, MD
- Author: Thomas Nevitt & Thelma Humphries Feese
Title: Nevitt Family History
Publication: Name: Peter Kingsley Nevitt; Location: private; Date: 2000;
Name: Susan Johanson's library
Text: Mary Nevitt Macatee&apos;s will, dated Nov. 8 1774, was probated Dec. 21 of that same year. her will indicates that her first husband, Richard, had two sons, John and Richard Nevitt, who would have been minors at the time of their father&apos;s death, and that Mary, married a second time had other children. She left the following to her family: &quot; To grandchildren: Children of my son John Nevitt, One negro man John Cooke, beds, pots, blankets, and stock to be in the possession of my son John Nevitt, during his life and then given to his children. To grandson William Miles Nevitt, son of Richard Nevitt, furniture and stock. To daughter Rosamond Macatee, stock and personalty. To grandson John Tennison, son of my daughter Elizabeth Tennison, stock and 400 lbs of tobacco. To grandson John Nevitt, Jr. one negro man Ben, stock and wearing apparel, To daughter Ann Burch, one negress Lucy, 1000lbs of tobacco and book. To grandson Charles Nevitt, stock and iron pot. To daughters Ann Burch and Rosamond Macatee, wearing apparel. To grandsons John Nevitt and William Miles Nevitt, the residue. Barbara, Catherine, and Thomas Mccpherson were witnesses to this will. Mary&apos;s son John Nevitt was made executor of the estate, with grandson William Miles Nevitt to be executor if John were deceased.
- Title: Ancestry DNA Member Match
Text: nefshf perhaps distant cousin match Matthew Jewell -through Lucy Nevitt and Charles Peak npolk1566 through Elizabeth Nevitt McPherson
- Author: Mike Marshall
Title: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
Publication: Location: http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/index.php;
Page: Richard Nevitt
Text: Nevitt Family History by Thomas Nevitt & Thelma Humphries Feese
Richard Nevett 10.120 CH £79.2.1 Sep 3 1724 Oct 1 1724
Appraisers: John Beale, Alexander Macfearson (also Alexander Macferson).
Creditors: Will. Chandler, Walter Davis.
Next of kin: John Nevett (brother).
Administrators (name not given).
Richard Nevitt 7.90 A CH £79.2.1 £54.5.7 Aug 16 1725
Received from: William Mcferson, James Kennedy, Thomas Ryon, John Beale, Thomas Keybord, Thomas Sympson, Jr., John Ward.
Payments to: Mr. William Chandler, Walter Daviss, Samuel Hanson, Mr. Edmond Jennings, Mr. Daniel Jenifer, James Parrandine.
Administratrix: Mary Nevitt.