Note: , Vol. I, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1980, 1997, pg. 254-272
Chew Family, by Francis B. Culver, from Vol. XXX (1935), 157-175.
2. COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
IN WHICH IS GIVEN THE HISTORY, GENEALOGY AND ARMORIAL BEARINGS OF THE COLONIAL FAMILIES WHO SETTLED IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES FROM THE TIME OF THE SETTLEMENT OF JAMESTOWN, 13TH MAY, 1607 TO THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON, 19TH APRIL, 1775
Edited by, George Norbury MacKenzie, LL.B., American Historical Association, National Genealogical Society, Old North-West Genealogical Society, Member of the Committee on Heraldry and Genealogy of the Maryland Historical Society
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1912, 1966, 1995
Anne Arundel County
26 Feb 1699 3 Jun 1700
To wife Eliza:; extx, 1/2 of 350 A., "Maidstone," including dwelling plantation during like and 1/3 of personalty
" son Samuel at 18 yrs. of age and hrs., residue of land
" child., viz., Samuel afsd., Eliza: and Mary, residue of personalty
Daus. to be of age at 16 yrs.
Cous. Samuel Chew, son of brother Samuel Chew,is to make over that part of "Maidstone" which was formerly brother John Chew's, to hrs. of testator and they in turn are to convey to sd. cous. Samuel "Poppingsgay"
Overseers: Brothers Samuel and Joseph Chew
Test: Wm. Chew, Abaham Birkhead, Chris. Mather, Mary Hayfield
Note: 1. Maryland Genealogies - A Consolidation of Articles from the Maryland Historical Magazine
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