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  1. David Brown- Burnes: Birth: BET 14 MAR 1745 AND 1746 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: 07 MAY 1799 in Washington, DC

  2. Thomas Brown- Burnes: Birth: 27 AUG 1747 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: AFT 1830 in r. Union Co, SC

  3. JOHN W. Brown- BURNES: Birth: 24 AUG 1749 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: ABT 1802 in Wilkes Co, GA

  4. James Brown- Burnes: Birth: 19 AUG 1751 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: ABT 1805 in Washington, DC

  5. Anne Brown- Burnes: Birth: 23 MAY 1753 in Prince George's Co, MD. Death: BEF 1783

  6. Burgess Brown- Burnes: Birth: 12 AUG 1757 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: BEF 20 OCT 1789

  7. Margaret Brown- Burnes: Birth: 20 NOV 1759 in Prince Georges Co, MD. Death: in r. Montgomery Co, KY

  8. Elizabeth Brown- Burnes: Birth: 02 AUG 1761 in Prince Georges Co, MD.

  9. Frederick Augustus Brown- Burnes: Birth: 03 SEP 1763 in Prince George's Co, MD. Death: AFT 1834 in r. Madison Co, TN


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a. Note:   http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=barbprice&id=I4147 Smithereens, Bits & Pieces of Our Family History--Descendants of the Burnes/Holtzclaw/Otterbach/Heimbach/Fishback/Bailey/Hardy/Harding/Hardin/Hoge/Hume/DuSauchoy/Rossignol/Fish/Ring/Cooke/Snow/Dowden/Gore/Neville/Porter/Ashford/Morecock/Murdock/Brown/Doane Entries: 6424 Updated: 2008-11-16 Contact: Barbara PRICE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ID: I4147 - Name: James BURNES - Sex: M Birth: ABT 1720 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Death: 1772 in Prince George's Co., Maryland Death: JUL 1772 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Event: Oath 1772 Oath of Fidelity 1 Event: Land Record 2 1 JUN 1764 "Part of Vineyard" from John Flint, 29 acres, Prince George's Co., Maryland Event: Land Record 2 27 MAY 1754 "Gleanings" from Luke and John Gardiner, 100acres, adjoining "Elinor, " Prince George's Co., Maryland Event: Land Record 2 25 APR 1761 "Burnes Discovery", 88 1/2 acres, Prince George's Co., Maryland Event: Land Record 2 8 JAN 1771 Part of Beall's Levels, 67 3/4 acres, Prince George's Co., Maryland Note: 1758-1759 Vestrymen, Chruchwardens, and Freeholders of Prince George's Pa rish, Frederick County. To Gov. Horatio SHARPE and the Upper and Lower Ho uses of Assembly. Petition for an act to divide the parish "by a line Drawn from the low er falls of Potomack, to Will'm Richardsons Bridge that Crosses Potuxant R iver by said Richardsons Dweling Plantation or at any other place your Hon 'rs may think more convenient." Signuatures:....Robert Owen, James White....Law[ren]ce Owen, Edward Owe n, Sr.,...Edward Owen, Jr.,...Henry Burgus....James Burnes...Wm. Pearce, A rch'd Pearce...Thos. Dowden...John Wightt....Thomas Pearce...Walter Greenf ield... Note in modern hand: "See Prince George's Parish, Frederick County Ves try Proceedings--Md. Hist. Soc. Mss copy, page 94" Printed in Arch. of Md., LVI, 504-506 942 109 Port. Source: Calendar of Maryland State Papers No. 1 The Black Books, Sta te of Maryland, Publications of the Hall of Records Commission No. 1 Land Records: May 27, 1754 "Gleanings" from Luke and John Gardiner, 100acres, adjoin ing "Elinor, " Prince George's Co., Maryland April 25, 1761 "Burnes Discovery", 88 1/2 acres, Prince George's Co ., Maryland June 01, 1764 "Part of Vineyard" from John Flint, 29 acres, Prince Geo rge's Co., Maryland January 08, 1771 Part of Beall's Levels, 67 3/4 acres, Prince George's C o., Maryland **All of the above land, along with the land purchased by James's fathe r, David Burnes, became the downtown area of Washington, DC, i.e. the sout hern grounds of the White House, the Ellipse, the Washington Monument are a, the Treasury, The State Dept., the Old Post Office, The Smithsonian ar ea and the Old Navy Yard. Land Record--Luke and John Gardiner to James Burnes, "Gleanings," 27 May 1 754: This Indenture made this 27th day of May In the year of Our Lord God One T housand Seven Hundred and Fifty Four and in the 27th year of the Rei gn on Our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Brittain Fran ce and Ireland King Defender of the Faith viz: Between Luke Gardiner a nd John Gardiner of St. Mary's County in the Province of Maryland of the O ne part and James Burnes of Prince Georges County in the Province aforesa id on the other part. Witnesseth that the said Luke Gardiner and John f or and in Consideration of the sum of Eight Thousand Five Hundred poun ds of Tobacco hath granted Bargained Aliened Sold Assigned transferred enf orced and Confirmed and by these Presents do fully freely and Absolutely g rant Bargain Alien Sell and Transfer unto him the said James Burnes his He irs Executors Administrators and assigns for ever all that Tract or parc el of Land Lying and being in Prince Georges County Being part of a Trac C alled Gleaning. Beginning at a Bounded Red Oak standing on the North si de of Goose Creek of Potomack River, and running Thence East South East Tw enty Perches then South South East Sixty six Perches, East Twenty Nine per ches North Thirty Seven Degrees East Ninety Perches North thirty four Degr ees west one hundred and fifty Perches west forty five perches then wi th a straight Line to the first Bounder containing one hundred acres mo re or less together with all rights profits and Appurtenances whatsoev er to _______________________in any manner of ways appertaining. To have a nd to Hold the said parcel of Land and Premises with the appurtenances un to him the said James Burnes his heirs Executors Administrators and Assig ns for Ever and the sd Luke Gardiner and John for Themselves their Heirs E xecutors Administrators and Assigns forever the Said Luke Gardiner and Jo hn for Themselves the Heirs Executors administrators and assigns the Sa id Land and Houses and all and singular other the premises before grant ed Bargained and sold with the appurtenances unto the sd. James Burnes h is Heirs Executors administrators and Assigns to the only pro___use and be hoof of the sd. James Burnes his Heirs Exec. Adm. And assigns for ever aga inst them the sd. Luke Gardiner and John their Heir Ex. Adm. And assign s, and all and every other Person or Persons whatsoever shall and will war rant and forever Defend by these Presents and that he the s. James Burn es his Heirs Ex. Adm. And assigns and every of them shall and may by for ce and Virtue of these presents from time to time and at all times forev er hereafter lawfully Quietly and peaceably have hold use and occupy posse ss and enjoy the fefore granted presises with their and every of their app urtenances and have receive and take the rents issued and profits to his a nd their proper use and behoof for ever without any lawfull Sett or Distur bance of the s. Luke Gardiner and John Their Heirs Ex. Adm. Of assig ns or of any person or persons whatsoever of the rents which from hence fo rth shall arise due and payable to the Lord of the Free only Exepted in Wi tness whereof the Parties first above named have set their hands and sel as the day and year above written-------------- Signed Sealed and Delivered In the Presence of Robt Ireland Luke Gardin er (Seal) John Walter John Gardin er (Seal) =========================== 1760 Prince George's Parish, Frederick County. June 9- Return for L23 7s.10d. to aid the sufferers from the Bost on fire. Aug. 9 D. Unsigned. Subscribers:......James Burnes, James Pearce.....Ed ward Burgess...Edward Owen See 1003 for text of Gov. Sharpe's proclamati on of May 6, 1760. Return is on reverse side of proclamation. 1033 X, 133 Port. Source: Calendar of Maryland State Papers No. 1 The Black Books, Sta te of Maryland, Publications of the Hall of Records Commission No. 1 ============================== Inventory of James Burnes, Prince George's County Register of Wills (Inven tories) MSA CM 809-7, 1763-1777, Book GS 2, pp. 240-242, Maryland State Ar chives, Annapolis, MD: An Inventory of the Goods and Chattles of James Burnes late of Prince Georges County Deceased Taken and approved by us the subscr ibers in current money of Maryland we being Lawfully authorized and appoin ted, vez To the wearing apparel 5 0 0 To a feather bed No 1 & furniture 4 0 0 To 1 Ditto No.2 1 & furniture 4 0 0 To 1 Ditto No. 3 & furniture 5 0 0 To 1 Ditto No. 4 & furniture 3 0 0 To 1 Ditto No. 5 & furniture 3 10 0 To 1 D.... Table Cloth & 4 old ditto Napkins 0 6 0 To 3 old Linen Table Cloaths 0 5 6 To 4 Old Towels 0 2 0 To 1 Old Black Walnut Table 0 15 0 To 1 Iron Pott Ra ck 0 6 0 To 1 old Tea D 0 6 0 To 1 Iron Spitl flesh forks & Lad le 0 3 6 To 1 old Plank Table 0 5 0 To 1 old Hommy pest le 0 2 6 To 9 old Chairs 2 3 0 To pr old fire Tongu es 6 0 6 To 1 old Looking Glass 1 0 0 To 4 old Syllics (Sicles ?) 0 4 0 To 6 new Silver Teaspoons 1 10 0 So me old Carpenters Tools 6 2 0 To 3 old D 0 12 0 To 1 old Crafters saw 0 4 0 To 2 old brass D. w/Tongs 0 0 6 To 1 old iced (?) plou gh 0 0 0 To 1 Chiney Punch Bowl 0 4 0 To 2 old D (Ditto ?) 0 0 0 Some old Tea Cups and Saucers 5 4 0 To 4 nar row Axes 0 16 0 To Stone plates V Delph ..... 0 4 0 To 7 old Broad ho es 0 0 0 To 1 half ping Decanter & Dram Glass 0 1 6 To 3 old h ulling Ditto 0 1 0 To 14 Quart Bottles 0 3 3 To 3 old Grubing Dit to 0 3 0 To 4 Snuff Bottles & Eleven Phyals 0 1 0 To 1 o ld spade & shovle 0 3 0 To 3 Earthen Milk pans & Butter pot 0 1 9 To 2 Ir on Wedges 0 2 0 To 2 Stone Pitchers 0 2 6 To 2 old smoo th __ __ and To 1 Old House Bible 0 10 0 ______Barre ll 0 0 0 To a parcel old Books 0 5 0 To a parcel old wooden wa re 0 6 0 To 30 of pewter at 11 _____ 1 10 0 To a parcle old Tu bs 0 16 0 To 6 old Ditto at __________ 0 4 6 To 9 old Cyder Casks & Barr el 0 0 0 To 9 old Knives & 8 forks 0 4 0 To 1 old Trunk & 2 oldChes ts __ 0 0 0 To 1 Salt Cellar _____ ______ 0 0 6 To 1 old Saddle & Brid le 0 6 0 To 5 Cannister old 0 2 3 To 1 old Cart & so me old Harness 3 1 0 To 1 Old Tea Kettle 3 5 0 To 1 old G____ __ __ 0 1 0 To 2 Old Brass Locks (?) 0 1 0 To 8 old Reep hoo ks 0 4 0 To 2 old Brass Candlesticks 0 1 0 To 3 Small Cow hid es 0 12 0 To 1 old frying glass 3 2 0 To 1 old Bed Co tt 0 4 0 To 1 ___ of old _____ Doggs 0 1 0 To a pr old Temple Spectacl es 0 1 0 To 1 old box ____ & heaters (?) 0 1 6 To 1 old Tin ___ __ __ __ 0 1 0 To a __ old Hillards (?) 0 2 0 To 1 old woolen spinni ng wheel 0 4 0 To 1 large Iron Pott 0 10 0 To 1 old Linnen Dit to 0 2 6 To 1 old Ditto whith a hole 0 2 6 To 5 " Corse Spun Yea rn 0 7 6 To 1 small Ditto feet broke 0 1 0 To 10" Wool at ___ __ 0 6 8 To 1pr large pot hooks 0 1 3 To 1 very old Hor se 1 4 0 To 1 small Ditto 0 0 9 To 1 old spade Ma re 1 0 0 To 1 midling old Horse 5 0 0 To 1 dark by Horse 6 0 0 Rob. Ferguson f or John Glassford & Co. Creditors To 1 bright bay Ditto 7 10 1 Prince Georges Coun ty to wit March 23, 1779. There Thomas To 1 old Bay mare 1 Colt 1 4 0 Bu rnes the acting Acct. of James Burnes late of said County To 1 Iron Gray Horse ____ 2 6 0 dec ed made Oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that To 4 Cows at 50 ? each 10 0 0 t he Inventory hereunto annexed is a true & perfect Inventory To 2 Ditto at 4 of each 4 0 8 of all & Singul ar the Goods & Chattles of the deced that have To 1 3 years old Bull 2 0 0 come to his han ds Possessions or Knowledge at the time of the To 1 3 years old ____ 1 10 0 making thereof and t hat what hath since or shall hereafter To 4 2 year old Heffers at 20 4 0 0 co me to his hands or Possession he will return in an To 1 yearling 12. 2 Calves 12 1 4 0 addit ional Inventory that he knows of no concealment of any To 9 Sheep a ___ 2 14 0 part or parc el of the Deceaseds personal Estate by any person To 1 old Sow 6. 7 shotes 20. 12 piggs 18. 2 12 0 whatsoever a nd that if hereafter he shall Discover any Negro Lonotor (?) 50 0 0 Concealment or suspe ct any to be he will acquaint the D. Hanibald 50 0 0 Comry General for the time being or h is Deputy with D. Hercules 33 yr. old 55 0 0 such Discovery or ca use of Suspicion that it may be D. Bartholomew 32 D. (Ditto) 55 0 0 acquir ed into & that he will well & truly give an account of all D. Harry 14 D. 40 0 0 & every part of the Deceased Pers onal Estate that shall D. Tom 13 D. 40 0 0 hereafter come to his hands Possessi on or Knowledge D. Bess old 2 0 0 Certified of Wm. Wooton of Pr Geo. Cot y D. Dinah D. 2 0 0 (12 sides). D. Sarah 31 yr. old 40 0 0 D. Darky 30 D. 40 0 0 D. Grass 0 D. 20 0 0 D. Leathy 5 D. 16 0 0 D. Reason 4 D. 12 0 0 **Reason Burnes? Could he be t he one with Frederick Burnes in 1800? D. George 3 D. 10 0 0 D. Anthony 2 D. 0 4 0 To 30 Barrels of Corn at of 15 0 0 To 4 dd of Pork at 20. & 100 7 12 0 To 2 old ___gridges Baggs 0 2 0 To 1 Earthen Chamber pott 6 Abraham Boyce} 583 8 3 Walter Evans }Appraised ___ 773 David Burnes, John Burns ___dred William Deakins, Gent. for William Hotloses, Creditor Account Administration of James Burnes, PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY REGIST ER OF WILLS (Administration Accounts), MSA No. CM 795-4, 1766-177 7, JD 1, pp. 160-162, Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD: Page 160: Prince Georges County to wit The acct of Jamima Burnes V(iz) Thomas Burn es __ of James Burnes late of Said County deced. These Accountants char ge themselves with this amt of theDivd. ___ ___ Estate & Inventory anount................................................. ...........583 8 3 also with the Gross of _____ made by the deced & ___ in his lifetime 1772...100 Bushels of C__} 37.10.. who with the Gross of Tobacco made by the deced in the year 1771. 8000lb nett Tob and 3 3 lef(leaf)............................12 5_____ also with the Gross of Tobacco tht was growing at the deced death July 1772 & finished by these accountants amount to 8000lb neat Gross of Tobacco at 148 }__________ as also with the Crop of corn that was growing at the time of the deceds death July 1772 & finished by these accountants 40 Barrells at 12 16 C }25. to deced ___ make a __ to Curry(?) 245.10 (SubTotal) 49..3..0=191 8 0 amount of Estate 7 79 16 3 and they pray to be allowed for the following payments & Disbursements Viz. of Current money ___ ___ from the deced to William Lyaibotham (?) __ bond dated the 23rd Aug 1770 for the sums of 71___ ___ money L18.040 Ca ___ received unto __ markers the whole amot in __ 36.11.3 ___ }Co Curr (Current Money?) 28 Sep 1771 8.ng.g makes 145..11..0 at which time 88 6 8 there was a payment made by the deced of L65..9 __. Bal(balance?) of L80..11..0 by which sum with Interest 7..11..8. is paid by these accountants & bond proved &__ appears 10th May 1773 of any money are from the deced to Robert Ester for the Ball. of __ ___ & Int dates 17th Nov 1761 for pay of L47 11 the Ball }18 4 0 there of pd by these accotts & the paid Bond proved & Recd __ __ __ appears L10..18..5 ___ Ex 66 7/3 of __ money due from the deced to Joseph Thulkele for a Bond & Int dated 13 Aug 1761 for pay of 13..3..1..6 L29 & paid by these} 67 17 11 accountants & Bond Proved & Recd appears for L40..11..0 __ Exa by 66 7/3 of __ money due from the deced to John G. Lesaford & Compy ============================== Names and ages of children from: Source: Colonial Settlers of Prince George's County Maryland, Compil ed by Elise Greenup Jourdan, Willow Bend Books, Westminster, Maryland 199 9, page 56. Prince George's County Maryland, Indexes of Church Registers, 1686-1885, C ompiled by Helen W. Brown (Volume 2), Protestant Episcopal (Anglican) Chur ches of St. Pauls' Parish at Baden and Prince George's Parish, Family Li ne Publications, Westminster, Maryland, Page 110. ================================ Father: David BURNES b: ABT 1700 in Scotland Mother: Ann FLEMING Marriage 1 Jemima BROWN b: MAR 1731/32 in Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts Married: ABT 1744 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Children David BURNES b: 14 MAR 1745/46 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Thomas BURNES b: 27 AUG 1747 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland John W. BURNES b: 24 AUG 1749 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland James BURNES b: 19 AUG 1751 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Anne BURNES b: 23 MAY 1753 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland William BURNES b: 3 JUL 1755 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Burgess BURNES b: 12 AUG 1757 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Margaret BURNES b: 20 NOV 1759 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Elizabeth BURNES b: 2 AUG 1761 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Frederick Augustus BURNES b: 3 SEP 1763 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland Sources: Title: Maryland Records Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church From Original Sources by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh



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