Ow8-6 Hannah Owings

    Ow8-6 Hannah Owings was the eleventh child of Samuel  Owings (Ow9) and Urath Randall (Ra9).
    Born: around midnight on Sunday, 27 July 1750 in St. Thomas parish, Garrison Forest, Baltimore County
    first on 30 June 1771 in Baltimore by the Rev. William EDMONDSON, to William COCKEY. He was born in 1746, the son of William and Constant (ASHAMN) Cockey.[38]
    She was married The Cockey family residence, "Old Point House", dates from 1722. In the early 1930s it was the oldest existing building on Kent Island.[39]
    2nd Captain William STONE

    Died: 15 June 1817 in Baltimore County.

    In 1772 or 1773 her father gave her 223 acres in Baltimore County. 
    William wrote his will 27 February 1775, and it was probated in Baltimore County on 11 March. In it he directed that his real estate be divided in thirds, with one third each to his wife, his son, and his daughter. He directed that the house and lot in Baltimore be sold to cover his debts. He named his brother John executor. The estate was appraised at £1445.4.8 and included three Negroes, a white indentured servant named Jonas WOLFE with 1 3/4 years left, and a white woman with 6 3/4 years left to serve. The final administration was filed 2 April 1778 showing a balance of £1676.17.6.[40]

    With that chapter in her life closed, Hannah and Captain William STONE were issued a marriage license on 18 April. They were married three days later, on 21 April 1778.[41]

    Hannah was mentioned in her mother's will of 1792. All of her children were born by then, but only Martha was included in the will, added in a codicil in January 1793.

    Children of Hannah and her first husband, William Cockey:[42]

    (Ow8-6-1) Ruth Cockey, b. 21 June 1772; d. 2 Jan. 1834; m. 22 Mar. 1791 Samuel OWINGS, b. 3 Apr. 1770, son of Samuel and Deborah Todd (LYNCH) Owings; d. 26 July 1828 at his residence in Balt. Co. Samuel was appointed justice of the peace 5 Feb. 1816. He was a celebrated wit, believed to be "the handsomest man in the Parish." They had 7 children: Deborah, Hannah, Urath Cromwell, William Lynch, Charles Ridgely, James Winchester, Mary Ann, and 4 unnamed infants who d.y.[43]

    (Ow8-6-2) William Cockey, b. 1 Apr. 1774; d. 18 Feb. 1783, being in his 90th year.
    Children of Hannah and her second husband, William Stone:[44]

    (Ow8-6-3) Martha Burrows Stone, b. 1779; d. 11 Mar. 1844; m. 10 June 1804 Samuel Stump.

    (Ow8-6-4) Samuel Stone, b. 1781; d. 15 Oct. 1860; unmarried.

    (Ow8-6-5) Mary Burrows Stone, b. 1783; d. ca. 1817; m. 17 Feb. 1802 John Robert Holliday.

    (Ow8-6-6) William Stone, b. 1785; d. 6 Sept. 1797.

    (Ow8-6-7) John Stone, b. 1786; d. 4 Aug. 1845; unmarried.

    Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~paxson/southern/randall.html#Urath3

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