Reference Number: 600
Name: Mary AISQUITH
Name: Mary HAGEN
Change Date: 26 SEP 2002
Birth: 04 FEB 1726?
Date of death: Will made 8 Apr 1721, proved 4 Feb 1726, in CharlesCo., MD. records.
WILL OF MARY HAGAN
In the name of God Amen, I Mary Hagan of Charles County
in the province of Maryland being infirm of body but of sound andperfect memory do now
make this my Last Will and Testament as followeth...
INPRIMIS... I bequeath my soul to God that gave it, my body to theearth (after my decease)
to be decently buried at the charges of my estate and discretion of
my executors hereafter
ITEM... I will that my just debts and funeral charges be first paid...
ITEM... I nominate constitute and ordain my loving son William Haganwhole and sole
executor of this my Last Will and Testament, to whom the aforesaidWilliam Hagan I give and
bequeath all my goods and chatties of whatever kind and nature.
In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this eighth day ofApril 1721
Signed sealed and declared
in the presence of her
Thomas Webster mark
WILL LIBER 19: F 26 CHARLES CO. PROVED FEBRUARY 4, 1726
Birth: ABT 1645
Death: 1726 in CHARLES CO, MD
Probate: 4 FEB 1726 CHARLES CO, MD 2
Will: 8 APR 1721 CHARLES CO, MD
Marriage 1 Thomas (the immigrant) HAGAN b: ABT 1645 in TYRONE, MUNSTER (PROV), IRELAND (SPECULATION)
Married: 9 JUN 1670 in ST. MARYS CO., MD. 3 4
James HAGAN b: 1670/71 in CHARLES CO, MD
Mary HAGAN b: ABT 1672 in CHARLES CO, MD
Sarah HAGAN b: ABT 1673 in CHARLES CO, MD
Ann HAGAN b: ABT 1677 in CHARLES CO, MD
Charity HAGAN b: ABT 1675 in PRINCE GEORGE CO, MD
Thomas HAGAN b: 1683 in CHARLES CO, MD
Ignatius "Planter" HAGAN b: 1686 in CHARLES CO, MD
William HAGAN b: ABT 1688
Elizabeth HAGAN b: ABT 1694 in CHARLES CO, MD
Abbrev: Charles Co., Md. Records
Title: Charles Co., Md. Records
Text: DATE OF DEATH: WILL MADE 8 APR 1726, IN CHARLES CO., MD. RECORDS.
Abbrev: Gail, GailRom@aol.com
Title: Gail, GailRom@aol.com
Abbrev: Fr. Harry Hagan, HHagan@saintmeinrad.edu
Title: Fr. Harry Hagan, HHagan@saintmeinrad.edu
Abbrev: Maryland Catholics on the Frontier
Title: Maryland Catholics on the Frontier, T. J. O'Rourke
Author: Timothy J. O'Rourke
Publication: Brefney Press
Thomas Hagan was married to Mary AISQUITH on 9 Jun 1670 in Sr Mary's Co, MD.3 Mary AISQUITH was born about 1651 in Maryland. She died about 4 Feb 1726/27 in "St. James" Charles Co, MD.4 The spouse of Thomas HAGAN, Mary , may have been an AISQUITH. But other surnames, ie. MUDD, are speculated. No proof for any of the surnames has been found.
Some AISQUITH / AKITH data from early Maryland records AISQUITH
George, & Elizabeth Guyther, dau/Wm. Guyther & Grace Hebb,
m. 3 March 1784. Elizabeth m. (2) between 1791-1800, Richard (7) (45)
Ref. Land Patent Certificate. #217, 1801.
John, & Mary Chesley m. 3 June 1779 (45)
John, m. by 1792, Mary Clarke, dau/Richard. Ref. will JJ-2:51 (7)
Thomas, m. Ann HOPEWELL, sister of Richard HOPEWELL, d. 1718. Ref. will PC-1:247 & Admin. Acct. 6:133 (7)
William, ( - 1740) m. Susanna KING, dau/Charles KING(d. c1739 St. Mary's Co, MD, Book 22, p. 43.
She m. (2) by 1758 George DAFFIN (DAFT) by 1750. Ref. wills TA-l:84 & 110; Admin. Accts. 20:431 & 42:156,7; Patent BT & BY:448. (7) (10)( Marriages and Deaths in St. Mary's Co, MD "Fresco, Marg., p. 7.)
"On June 9 (1670) 100 acres called "Newcastle" was surveyed for him and George AKEETH (AISQUITH) in Newton Hundred, St. Mary's Co (Rent Rolls). About the same time he married. The surname of his wife, Mary, is not known. [ In another place, Mrs. Pikell (one of the foremost researchers on the Hagan family) conjectures that it might have been AISQUITH on the basis on some land settlements involving Mary HAGAN and the AISQUITH family.] (Thomas & Mary HAGAN of Charles Co, MD" , Harry Hagan, OSB, St. Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad, IN 4 p. 7,
-In Skordas, a George AKITH, was transported 1660-65 [Liber 9- Folio 69].
- from Coldham's "Settlers of Maryland 1679-1700, p. 5: ASQUITH, William, Gentleman had patented the following tracts of land in St. Mary's Co:
"Aisquith's Folly," 100 A. 13 Jan. 1682; "Beaver Dam ," 118 A. on May 5, 1698;
"Birch Spring," 125 A. 23 Apr. 1683; "Hickory Hills," !00 A. 7 Apr. 1682; and "Slainemore," 100 A. on 20 Feb. 1682.
1693 - William AISQUITH, along with John HORN, Winfired WHEATLEY, and Edward HORNE, were legatees in the estate of Edward HORNE. William AISQUITH was also admin. of estate. (Donnelly, Mary "...St. Clement's Bay..." p.263)
a William AISQUITH along with William BLADEN, and Capt. John DAVIS, in 1693 were appointed deputies to apprehend, seize and take into custody Col. Peter SAYER and Thomas SMITH of Talbot Co, for conspiracy. p. 290, Vol. 2, William AISQUITH had "Aisquith's Folly," -- 100 A. surveyed 28 Jan. 1681.
-p. 360, Vol. 2, a William AISQUITH was among the members of the "Sons of Liberty" in A.A. Co, in c1766. ( "Side-lights on Maryland History," Vol. 2, p. 16, Hester Dorsey Richardson)
Muster rolls of 1732-1748/9. Thomas AISQUITH, Major, and George AISQUITH, Captain, were members of the 1st Troope of St. Mary's Co, Maryland Militia, with Justianian JORDAN (Dead) Lieut. Coil. ( Ibid. Vol. 2, p. 273)
-from Brumbaugh, Vol. 1, an Eleanor AISQUITH m. Benjamin TUBBS 15 Feb. 1806 in St. M. Co.
-a Will of Mary HAGAN, 8 April 1721 4 February 1726 Chas. Co., Maryland
bequeathes entire estate to son. William. Ex. William HAGAN, Test. Thomas WEBSTER, Thomas JAMESON.WHO is she??
N.B. Others think Thomas HAGAN, Emigrant, married Mary MUDD. (ask Jerry Jones). His source was WFT, Vol 2, Ed. 1, # 3282.
Thomas HAGEN b: ABT 1645 in Munster Prov, Tyrone, Ireland
- Elizabeth HAGEN b: ABT 1694 in Charles, MD