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Wy12 Nicholas Wyatt

Wy13 Rev. Hawt Wyatt b 1596 in England .
m1 Barbara Mitford b 1598 dau of Robert Mitford and Alice Anderson
m2 Ann Cox (exactly which was the mother is not certain but Nicholas is believed to be of the first marriage.)
Wy12 Nicholas Wyatt b about 1620 in ?VA d before by 22 Jan 1673 leaving a wife, Damaras, a son, Samuel, and a dau., Sarah.
m?1 x d 1650 + dau Sarah b 1650
Nicholas Wyatt was the pioneer surveyor of the Severn and may have come from Boxley Manor, Kent, England, or more likely from Virginia because of non-conformist Quaker persuasions. d 22 JAN 1672/73 in Will probated Anne Arundel Co Md surveyor of the Severn
m?2 Damaris/Demaris/Damaras Stocket/Stockwell b c 1623/?33. She may have been widow Stockell and m3 Thomas Bland b about 1643

Her unusual name also appears in Powell family of which a Damaris b about 1640 m Charles Fowkes. This is compatible with the description in Maryland Archive "....Damaris Wyatt, who took Attorney Thomas Bland as her third husband, was an approved midwife.
Will: Wyatt, Nicholas, Anne Arundel Co MD 10th Dec., 1671;
22nd Jan., 1673.
To son Samuel at 18 yrs of age, “The Quarter.” In event of death of Samuel without hrs. next of kin to inherit same.
To dau. Sarah, “Lower Plantation.
To wife Damaras, execx. and residuary legatee.
Test: Cor. Howard, Robt. Gugen. 1. 596.
"Upon the death of Sarah's father, Nicholas Wyatt, in 1673, who left a will made in 1671, in which Sarah's mother Damaris was made executrix. Col. Edward Dorsey, as the representative of his wife, the heir, contended for the administration of the estate, on the ground of a subsequent revocation of the will in 1671. The case was decided in favor of Maj. Dorsey, who administered. After the death of Samuel Wyatt, the only son and heir of Nicholas Wyatt, Edward Dorsey claimed his estate by rights of his wife, as sole-heiress. A battled ensued with Thomas Bland, who had married Damaris, step-mother of Sarah Wyatt Dorsey. Edward Dorsey had Bland arrested and caused him to be kept a prisoner at the Public Ordinary for several days." J.D. Warfield
Nicholas Wyatt was probably (www.familysearch.org) the son of Haute (Hawte) Wyatt (Wy13) Reverend or Vicar and Barbara Mitford (or Milford) but the many seemingly authoritative sites fail to show any father for this Nicholas Wyatt or to show Haute Wyatt as a son of George Wyatt or as brother of Virginia Govenor Francis Wyatt. On the other hand anyone coming as a surveyor in 1650 must have enjoyed an unusual degree of education for the 1650's and hence have already been or at least was automatically accepted as gentleman in the upper classes. Today, with mass media it is relatively easy for anyone to assume the speech and bearing of a gentleman. But even 250 years after this period Shaw's Pigmalion showed this to be an unthinkable feat at the turn of the last century. So his appearance in Maryland shortly after Reverend Haute Wyatt and Govenor Francis Wyatt had been in Virginia make the assumption of close relationship rather probable. Apparently Before 1651 Nicholas converted to Quakerism resulting in a heavy fine in Vrginia and probably disownership by his father, who was an Anglican minister. The nobility and gentry were a small percentage of the English population, all multiply interrelated among themselves and not overly inclined to accepted others very quickly in their midst. Among the relationships of the Wyatts were the Howards, and Richard III had two illegitimate children, very likely by the Katherine Haute in his household. The genealogy incorporated in (Ha15) and compiled by George Wyatt (Wy14), the possible grandfather who died in 1638, does not include Nicholas Wyatt, so the connection may not be over Haute Wyatt at all but over some cousin of his. But such an omission might also have been due to Nicholas being disowned for getting into some "mischief" like marrying a woman under his class or due to lack of knowledge from Haute's failing to communicate the birth in America to his father in England. The period from 1639 until the restoration of the monarchy must also be deemed as very troubled times in which dogmatic differences between royalists and parliamentarians as well as puritanism, anglicanism and catholicism often split family loyalties, and death penalties were to be feared from both sides with little neutral ground to stand on; so immediate family members were often "disowned". William Rookins Jr was the brother-in-law of a Captain Nicholas Wyatt and involved in Bacon's Rebellion and sentenced to death because of it. Whether m a Wyatt or Damaris was a Rookins and not a Stockett or we have to do with a different Nicholas Wyatt remains to be seen. Hopefully someone with better access to the Maryland and Virginia archives will soon be able to shed some light on these questions.
Wy11-1 Mary Damaris Wyatt b 1641 d 1693 AA MD
m John Welsh b 1622 Peterboro Engl/?AA MD d there 1684 (from Malissa Gannuch's tree) son of John Welsch b 1600 Wales d 1666 England and Margaret Prousta b 1601 Northampton d 22 Dec 1623
-1 Damaris Welsh b 1669 d 1725 m1 Thomas Stockett b 1667 d 1732 m2 Nathaniel Giles b 1667 d 1730
-2 Sylvester Welsh b 1670
-3 John Welsch b 1672 d 1734
-4 Benjamin Welsh b 1675 d 1727 m Elizabeth Nicholson b 20 Feb 1683 All Hallows Parish AA MD d 1743
-5 Mary Welsh b 1677 m Josias Twogood b 1673
-6 Robert Welsh b 1684 d 1762 m Catherine Lewis v 1641 AA MD d there 1762 dau of James Lewis b 1660 AA MD d 1726
-1-1 Mary Stockett b 1689 d 1697
-1-2 Frances Stockett b 1691 d 1723
-1-3 Thomas Stockett b 1691 d 1762
-1-4 Eleanor Stockett b 1693 d 1771
-1-5 Lewis Stockett b 1702 d 1704
-1-6 Mary Stockett b 1704 d 1771
-1-7 Frances Stockett d 1685
-1-8 Sarah Stockett m Joseph Mayo d 1743
-1-9 Mary Stockett b 1713 d 1771 m1 Joseph Brewer b 1713 d 1726/?45 son of John Brewer b 1686 d 1730 and Dinah Battee b 1690 d 1732 m2 John Sollers
-4-1 Richard Welsh b 1702 d 1772 m Charity Jacob b 1709 d 1772
-5-1 Josias Twogood b 1710 d 1753 m Eleanor Beames b 171
-5-2 Christian Twogood b c 1710
-6-1 Mary Walsh b 1702 d 1750 m William Allen b 1700/?16 d 1780/?91

-1-8-1 Thomas Mayo b 1736
-1-8-2 Joseph Mayo b 1738
-1-8-3 Isaac Mayo
-1-8-4 Mary Mayo b 1740 All Hallows Parish AA MD m Francis Linthicum b 1734 d 1804
-1-9-1 Eleanor Stockett Brewer b ABT 1743
-1-9-2 Joseph Brewer b 23 MAY 1745 d 23 May 1844 m 30 MAY 1768 in Anne Arundel Co Jane Brewer b 2 NOV 1746 dau of John Brewer IV b 7 MAY 1709 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel, MD and Eleanor Maccubbin b 1708 in Anne Arundel
-1-9-3 Henry Brewer b 1742
-1-9-4 Thomas Stockett Brewer b ABT 1753 in Annapolis
-4-1-1 John Welsh b 1728 AA MD d 17 Feb 1803 Berkeley WV m Mary Talbott b 173 AA MD2 d 1803 Frederick MD
-5-1-1 Elizabeth Twogood b 1731 m Phillip Berry b 1725 d 1781
-6-1-1 Susanna Allen b 1726
-6-1-2 Zachariah Allen b 1735 d 1790
-6-1-3 James Allen b 1742 d 1815 m elizabeth Laughlin b 1749 d 1800

-1-8-4-1 Thomas Linticum b 1763 d 1860 m1 Rebecca Tucker m?2 Sarah Lumphey
-1-9-2-1 John Brewer b 1776 d 1827 m Elizabeth Gaston b 1784 d 1820
-1-9-2-2 Henrietta Brewer b 1798 d 1860
-4-1-1-1 Benjamin Welsh d 1852 m Drucilla Bennett b 1772 d 1860
-5-1-1-1 William Berry/?Brewer b 1770 d 1827 m Martha Walls b 1774
-5-1-1-2 Elizabeth Berry b 1772
-5-1-1-3 Martha Berry b 1776
-5-1-1-4 Mary Berry b 1778
-6-1-3-1 Sarah Allen b 1778 d 1850 m Elijah Moore d 1809 son of Andrew Moore b 1733 Salisbury Twp lancaster Co PA d 1801 Harrisburg PA and Rebeccara Starr b 1737 d 1808

-1-9-2-1-1 Nicholas Brewer b 1808
-6-1-3-1-1 Elizabeth Moore b 1800 d 1858 m Iaiah Quinby b 1799 d 1873

-1-9-2-1-1-1 Alice Brewer b 1852 d 1897
-1-9-2-1-1-2 Nicholas Brewer b 1854
-1-9-2-1-1-3 Harrison Brewer b 1858 d 1920
-1-9-2-1-1-4 Edward Brewer b 1861
-1-9-2-1-1-5 Frank Brewer b 1862 m Laura Potts b 1864
Wy11-2 Samuel Wyatt b c 1654 in Anne Arundel, MD. d 1673 in Maryland. -1? y Wyatt b about 1680
-2? y Wyatt
-1-1 y Wyatt b about 1710
-2-1 y Wyatt
-1-1-1 y Wyatt b about 1740
-2-1-1 y Wyatt b about 1745
-1-1-1-1 Joseph Washington Wyatt b 11 Oct 1789 ?SC d 3 Nov 1881 Warren Twp Poweshiek IO
m Rachael Graves b 17 May 1790 SC d 5 May 1830 dau of William Graves d 7 Jun 1798 Abbyville Fairfield Co SC and Hanna Ward
-2-1-1-1 y Wyatt
-1-1-1-1-1 William Wyatt b 11 Dec 1815 Jackson Co Oh d 18 Jan 1893 Richland Twp Vinton Oh m Mary Jane Sperry dau of John M Sperry and Mary x
possibly here belong Extraneous Wyatt data from Bourbon Co Kentucky: http://www.geniecorner.com/HTML/Paris.html tombstone inscriptions for the Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky, preceeding 1912.
-2-1-1-1-1 Wyatt, Martha M., b 1808 d 1889
Wyatt, Fleming, b 1808 d 1893
Wyatt, Thos. D., b Dec 23, 1835 d Mar 18, 1883
Wyatt, Rosana, d Sep 27, 1858 aged 87 years
Wyatt, Malinda, d Apr 7, 1866 age 64 years
Wyatt, Lucinda, d Jun, 1858 age 50 years
Wyatt, Bigman, died Jan, 1856 age 78 years
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Charles Linley Wyatt b 5 Sep 1869 Vinton Co Oh d there 30 Jan 1922 m Ona Alfreta Wyckoff b 10 Nov 1871 Vinton Co Oh d there 10 Oct 1930 dau of Roswell Crocker Wyckoff b 1850 Oh d 4 Jun 1874 and Mary C Hutt grandau of Samuel Wyckoff b about 1811 Oh and Elizabeth Cooper
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Kenneth Wyatt b 17 Jun 1909 Vinton Oh d 4 Jul 1977 Pomeroy Oh father of Patricia Ann Pickens, author's DNA match
Wy11 Sarah Wyatt b 1657 in Anne Arundel Co MD m Edward Dorsey Do11
Wy11-4 There is DNA evidence indicating that Damaris may have been pregnant with a son of Nicholas at the time of his death and had a son in 1673/4 who took the name of the stepfather, Thomas Bland (reported by Lee Anne Center [lacenter@comcast.net]) on the other hand, Fonda Carroll reports Damaris's first marriage was with a Thomas Bland and that she had a daughter, Mary Bland b 1741, by this marriage and reports no other children and no third marriage.
“Wyatt’s Branch”: Nicholas Wyatt came to Maryland from Virginia in 1650 with Thomas Todd, Matthew Howard, and Edward Dorsey.

Source: http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~rawl/ruthclarke.html
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lzrslong/b4389.htm

12. Anne Arundel Co MD land records WT2:574-577, FHL microfilm 0,013,209. Nicholas Wyatt was granted Wyatts Ridge of 450 acres by survey returned 16 Dec. 1664. One half, 225 acres "became the right of Sarah Wyatt who intermarried Edwd Dorsey of the Co Gent."
http://www.ken-lindsay.com/william_griffith.htm
More on his Quaker beliefs and estates www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63896243

Data from http://famousamericans.net/sirfranciswyatt/

Sir Francis Wyatt

WYATT, Sir Francis, governor of Virginia b in England about 1575; died in Boxley, Kent, England, in 1644. He was appointed governor of Virginia in 1621 to succeed Sir George Yeardley, and with a fleet of nine sail arrived there in Oct of that year. He was accompanied by his brother, Reverend Haut Wyatt, as clergyman of the party, William Claiborne as surveyor, John Pott as physician, and George Sandys, the translator of the "Metamorphoses of Ovid," as treasurer. Sir Francis brought with him a new constitution for the colony, by which all former immunities and franchises were confirmed, trial by jury was secured, and the assembly was privileged to meet annually upon the call of the governor, who was vested with the right of veto. No act of that body was to be valid unless it should be ratified by the Virginia company" but, on the other hand, no order of the company was to be obligatory without the concurrence of the assembly. This famous ordinance furnished the model of every subsequent form of government in the Anglo-American colonies. During his first year of governorship 21 vessels arrived in Virginia, bringing more than 1,300 settlers" but in Mar, 1622, the Indians rose and massacred 347 persons, including 10 members of the council, and the remainder of his service was disturbed by continual strife with the savages; but he persisted in giving larger liberties to the people, and in Mar, 1623, appointed monthly courts. He was wise and pacific in crisis management, and the colony grew and prospered. Meanwhile the Virginia company incurred the ill-will of King James by its opposition to his appointment of its officers. He sent commissioners to Virginia to gather material to work its ruin, and on 16 Jun, 1624, its charter was annulled" but Sir Francis was continued as governor by royal commission, and retained in 1625 by Charles I. The death of his father, Sir John Wyatt, recalled him in 1626" but he returned in 1639, and, displacing Sir John Harvey, who had offended the king, held the governorship till 1642, when he was succeeded by Sir William Berkeley.

Stockett Pedigree
St13. y Stockett b about 1600 in England m x
St12 Demaris Stockett b c 1623 d AFT 1673
She may have been the sister of Thomas Stockett b about 1635 in England
m1 Thomas Bland
m2 Nicholas Wyatt b 1620
-1 Mary Bland b 1641 in Anne Arundel, MD d AFT 1683 of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties m1 ABT 1674 Maj John Welsh b 1622 in England d 3 MAR 1683/84 in Probated Anne Arundel he m1 Anne x and had John Welsh b 1672 All Hallow's Parish
-2 Samuel Wyatt b ABT 1654 in Anne Arundel, MD dsp?
-3 Sarah Wyatt b 1657 in Anne Arundel Co MD m Col Edward Drosey
-1-1 Benjamin Welsh b 1675 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland
-1-2 Damaris Welsh b ABT 1674 d AFT 1732 m1 9 APR 1700 Thomas Stockett b 17 APR 1667
-1-3 Robert Welsh b: 1683 in Anne Arundel Co
-3-1+ numerous progeny
-1-1-1 Mary Stockett b 20 JAN 1704/5 in Anne Arundel Co Md d by 1771 in Anne Arundel Co m1 1722 John Sollers b 24 JAN 1699/00 in Anne Arundel, Md son of Robert Sollers b 1677 and Mary Selby b 1679 in Prince Georges Co MD m2 aft 1739 Joseph Brewer b 17 DEC 1713 d 24 Sep 1771 AA Co son of John Brewer III b 20 AUG 1686 in Anne Arundel MD and Dinah Battee b 31 DEC 1690 in Anne Arundel
-1-1-2 Elizabeth Stockett b 21 FEB 1705/06 in Anne Arundel Co MD
-1-1-3 Susanna Stockett b 26 MAR 1709 in Anne Arundel, Md
-1-1-4 Sarah Stockett b 26 FEB 1712/13 in Anne Arundel, MD
-1-1-1-1 Sarah Sollers b 2 FEB 1728/29 d 1791 m 1749 Joseph Plummer b 3 JUL 1728 in Anne Arundel son of Samuel Plummer b: 9 FEB 1692/93 in Anne Arundel , Maryland and Sarah Miles b 7 DEC 1705 in Wales or Anne Arundel
-1-1-1-2 Eleanor Stockett Brewer b ABT 1743
-1-1-1-3 Joseph Brewer b 23 MAY 1745
-1-1-1-4 Thomas Stockett Brewer b ABT 1753 in Annapolis
-1-1-1-1-1 Joseph West Plummer b 1752 m 4 JAN 1775 in Loudoun Co Va Mary Taylor b 1754 in Loudoun, Va -1-1-1-1-1-1 Rachel Plummer b 17 JAN 1784 in Frederick Co Md m 27 OCT 1808 Joel Norris b 22 JUN 1779 in Maryland -1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Cordelia Norris b 28 APR 1814 in Frederick Co Md m 20 OCT 1836 William H. Stone b 5 MAR 1799 in Loudoun, Virginia
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Dr. Daniel Edwin Stone b 29 DEC 1839 in Loudoun, Va m 20 OCT 1869 Rebecca Owings b OCT 1837 in Frederick Co Md dau of Washington Owings b 12 APR 1812 in Frederick Co and Hannah Riner b 5 MAR 1815 in Frederick Co
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Lenora Owings Stone b JUL 1871 in Frederick Co Md m 1903 John Brooke Boyle b 16 JAN 1871 in Frederick Co
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-2 Dr. Daniel Edwin Stone b 11 JUN 1876 in Frederick Co m 25 Mar 1903 Elizabeth Hammond Downey b 30 MAY 1879 in Frederick Co
St12-2 Thomas Stockett b 2 APR 1635 in England d 4 MAY 1671 will probated Anne Arundel, MD , Military Service: Captain
Will:
Stockett, Thomas, Anne Arundel Co 23rd Apr 1671;
4th May, 1671.
To wife Mary, entire estate, real and personal, during life.
To son Thomas and unborn child, if son, all real estate at death of wife afsd.
To daus. (unnamed) all personal property at death of said wife.
To cous. Henry White, personalty.
Exs.: Brothers Francis and Henry Stockett and Richard Wells.
Test: Thos. Beson, Jr., Thos. Hedge. 1. 430.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1
m1 Mary Wells b 1637 in Norfolk, VA + 3 ch daughter of Dr. Richard Wells b 1605 in England surgeon Puritan and supporter of Oliver Cromwell, the Lord Protector
m1 Frances Stockett b ABT 1610 + 10 ch
m2 Frances White b 1622 in England, 1639 in Norfolk, VA
St12-1-1 Elizabeth Stockett b ABT 1655 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland br>m1 Thomas Plummer b ABT 1642 in England -1 Susanna Plummer b ABT 1667 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland
-2 Thomas Plummer b 1670 in Anne Arundel, Md.
-3 Elizabeth Plummer b 19 JAN 1677/78 in Anne Arundel Co Maryland
St12-1-2 Frances Stockett b 1661 d by 1701
m1 ABT 1685 in Anne Arundel Mareen 'The Elder' Duvall b c 1661 in Anne Arudel, Md son of Mareen DUVALL b c 1625 and Mary BOUTH b c 1634 granson of Massoit DUVALL b c 1604 and Margaret ORBIN b c 1608 gr granson of William DU VALL and Alexine MAMUSIN
-1 Mareen Duvall b 24 OCT 1687 in Anne Arundel m Sarah Griffith b c 1685
-2 Alice Duvall b ABT 1697 in Anne Arundel, Maryland
-3 Sarah Elizabeth Duvall b ABT 1700
-1-1 Zipporah DUVALL b aft. 1710 m William HESTER b c 1705 Taunton somerset Engl d Bladen Co NC
-1-2 Mary DUVALL ( 2 Nov 1711)
-1-3 Mareen DUVALL b 22 Jun 1714 m Ester SOAPER + 1 ch
-1-4 Samuel DUVALL b 22 Jun 1714 m Eleanor PEARCE + 3 ch
-1-5 Benjamin DUVALL b 30 Oct 1717 m Anne GRIFFITH + 1 ch
-1-6 Elizabeth DUVALL b24 Aug 1720)
-1-7 Lewis DUVALL
-1-8 xy DUVALL
-1-1-1 y Hester b c 1735
-1-3-1 Keziah DUVALL (Aft. 1741 m Cornelius DUVALL b 23 Feb. 1728/9
-1-3-2 Alvin DUVALL b aft. 1743
-1-3-3 Anne DUVALL (Aft. 1750
-1-4-1 John Pearce DUVALL b 22 Jun 1737 m1 Martha x b 1738 + ch m2 Frances DOBYNS
-1-4-2 Jeremiah DUVALL b aft. 1737
-1-4-3 William DUVALL (Aft. 1738
-1-5-1 Benjamin Skinner DUVALL b c 1765 m1 Elizabeth x + ch
-1-5-2 Lewis DUVALL b Bet. 1751-1764 m Jemima x
-1-1-1-1 Stephen 4 Hester, b c 1760.
-1-1-1-2 Joseph Baldwin Hester, b Abt. 1765 d 1865.
-1-1-1-3 Edmund Hester, b c 1768 sold his land Pineora, Georgia in 1806 and relocated to Alabama or Louisiana m in Pineora GA Idy Lanier 1806
-1-3-1-1 Cornelius DUVALL
-1-3-1-2 Mareen DUVALL
-1-3-1-3 Zacariah DUVALL
-1-3-1-4 John DUVALL
-1-3-1-5 Henry DUVALL
-1-4-1-1 Lewis DUVALL (Abt. 1760 m Sarah THOMAS
-1-4-1-2 Notley DUVALL (Abt. 1761 m1 Molly x no ch m2 Sarah Bett + 1 ch
-1-4-1-3 Samuel DUVALL (Abt. 1763 m Mary x
-1-4-1-4 Patsy Ann DUVALL (Abt. 1765 m Archibald Bennett b Jan. 12, 1763
-1-4-1-5 Betsey DUVALL b abt. 1767 m Jesse Worthington
-1-4-1-6 Elenor DUVALLb bef. 1770 m Cornelius GAITHER
-1-4-1-7 Nancy DUVALL (Abt. 1775 m1 John DROWN m2 Chester HOWE
-1-5-1-1 Benjamin DUVALL b c 1790 m Mary Whitaker
-1-5-2-1 Elisha DUVALL b bef. 1790 m Lucy CRAINE

-1-4-1-1-1 George T. DUVALL (Abt. 1788 m Polly "Mary" GODFREY
-1-4-1-1-2 Evan Thomas DUVALL (Aft. 1789 m Elizabeth Carr
-1-4-1-1-2-1 John Sylvanus DUVALL (Aug. 29, 1820 m Susan M. Fletcher
-1-4-1-1-2-2 Jane DUVALL b c 1821 m y Martin
-1-4-1-1-2-3 Cornelia E. DUVALL (b c 1836 m Emory P. Stout
-1-4-1-2-1 Silas DUVALLm Betsy Dobyns
-1-4-1-4-1 Notley Duvall Bennett b c 1797)
-1-4-1-4-2 Robert Bennett b c 1799)
-1-4-1-4-3 William Bennett b c 1801)
-1-4-1-4-4 Comfort Ann Bennett b abt. 1802 m Abraham Wiant Sr. b Feb. 15, 1796)
-1-4-1-6-1 Sophia GAITHER (May 10, 1783)
-1-4-1-6-2 Polly GAITHER b c 1789)
-1-4-1-6-3 Elizabeth GAITHER b c 1791)
-1-4-1-6-4 Thomas GAITHER b c. 1791)
-1-4-1-6-5 Airy GAITHER (Bet. 1800 - 1810)
-1-4-1-6-6 Eleanor GAITHER b c 1802)
-1-4-1-6-7 James GAITHER b c 1804)
-1-4-1-7-1 Benjamin DROWN (Oct. 04, 1794)
-1-4-1-7-2 Notley DROWN b c 1796)
-1-4-1-7-3 Deliah DROWN b c 1798)
-1-4-1-7-4 John DROWN b c 1803)
-1-4-1-7-5 Druscilla DROWN (9 Sept. 1805 m Ebenezer OAKS (17 Mar. 1797)
-1-5-1-1-1 Howard DUVALL b c1821 m Nancy Grace
-1-5-2-1-1 John DUVALL b bef. 1810 m Polly WHEELER

-1-4-1-1-1-1 Lewis Lee DUVALL b 23 Jan 1814 m Christine McCAULEY
-1-4-1-1-1-2 Sarah A. DUVALL (Abt. 1816 m John SIMS, II (Abt. 1807)
-1-4-1-4-4-1 Elizabeth Wiant b 1 Oct 1820 m Thompson Conrad
-1-4-1-4-4-2 John J. Wiant b c 1823
-1-4-1-4-4-3 Margaret "Peggy" Wiant Mar. 15, 1825
-1-4-1-4-4-4 William Henry Wiant b May 23, 1828
-1-4-1-4-4-5 Abraham D. Wiant, Jr. (Jan. 03, 1830)
-1-4-1-4-4-6 Paysy Ann Wyant b c Sept. 1834 m Nelson Conrad b c 1819)
-1-4-1-4-4-7 Robert L. Wiant b Aug. 10, 1836 m Nancy A. x b c 1836 + 1 ch
-1-4-1-4-4-8 Sarah Jane Wiant (Abt. 1840 m2 y Shelley m2 William Bundy
-1-4-1-4-4-9 Mary E. Wiant (Feb. 16, 1845)
-1-4-1-7-5-1 Allan OAKS ( 8 May 1826)
-1-4-1-7-5-2 Leondus Henry OAKS m Caroline CHILDRESS b c 1841
-1-5-1-1-1-1 Samuel Henry DUVALL b July 16, 1847 m Anne Harrison
-1-5-2-1-1-1 Harvey DUVALL b c 1831

-1-4-1-1-1-1-1 Cyrene DUVALL b 9 Jan 1837 m Henry Radcliffe SMITH b 22 May 1837)
-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1 Benicia Jane SMITH b 13 Mar 1870 m Jacob "Jake" William WEAVER ( 4 Jun 1872)
-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Jessie Gertrude WEAVER (16 Dec 1905 m Harry Franklin CASTO (25 May 1906)
-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Bobby Lee CASTO b 23 May 1928 m1 Ruby Eleanor MATHEWS + 1 ch
-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Gary Wayne CASTO b 1948 *child of Ruby's 1st marriage m Suella Jo ATHA
-1-4-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-2 Robert "Bobby" Lee CASTO b 1954 m Holly Kay BESEDICH
-1-4-1-1-1-2-1 Joseph SIMS (Aft. 1832)
-1-4-1-1-1-2-2 James H. SIMS (Abt. 1835)
-1-4-1-1-1-2-3 George Washington SIMS (Abt. 1837)
-1-4-1-1-1-2-4 Lewis G. SIMS (Abt. 1839)
-1-4-1-1-1-2-5 Margaret J. SIMS (Abt. 1845)
-1-4-1-1-1-2-6 Washington A. SIMS (Abt. 1848
-1-4-1-4-4-6-1 George Conrad (Abt. 1851)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-2 John I. Conrad (Abt. Mar. 1854)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-3 Martha Conrad (Abt. 1856)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-4 Joseph Conrad (Abt. 1858)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-5 Fletcher Conrad (Abt. 1860)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6 Nancy E. Conrad (Abt. Sept. 1864 m Calvin Marion Crull (May 16, 1854)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-1 William Crull (Abt. Mar. 1883)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-2 Annabell Crull (Abt. Feb. 1893)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-3 Clifford Eugene Crull (Mar. 07, 1895)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-4 James Calvin Crull, Sr. (May 22, 1898)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-5 Marion Crull (Aug. 06, 1901)
-1-4-1-4-4-6-6-6 Pearl Crull (Abt. 1883) ( 1) Malissa Conrad (Abt. 1866)
-1-4-1-4-4-7-1 David Wyant b c 1859
-1-4-1-7-5-2-1 Florence Viola OAKS ( 6 Feb. 1865)
-1-5-1-1-1-1-1 Robert Elmore DUVALL b June 24, 1879 m Luetta Miller
-1-5-2-1-1-1-1 Rosetta DUVALL b aft 1850 m Fleming COLLINS
St12-1-3 Mary Stockett b 1663 in Anne Arundel Maryland d JAN 1696/97 in Anne Arundel Mad
m1 1683 in Anne Arundel Mark Richardson b ABT 1650 in England
-1 Richard Richardson b 2 FEB 1684/85 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
-2 Thomas Richardson b 5 FEB 1688/89
St12-1-4 Thomas Stockett b 17 APR 1667 d 8 DEC 1732 in will probated Anne Arundel, MD
Note:
Stockett, Thomas, planter,A. A. Co13th Oct., 1732;
8th Dec., 1732.
To son Benjamin and hrs., ½ dwell. plan. “The Obligation”; and personalty.
To youngest son Lewis and hrs., other half sd. tract; and personalty.
To son Thomas, 5s.
To dau Elleanor, wife of Richard Williams, personalty, inc. silver tankard and spoons, which were her mother's.
To wife Damaris, extx., 1/3 of residue of estate, remaining 2/3 to her daus. (unnamed), which are now unmarried.
Test: Daniel Carroll, Sarah Stockett, William Fish. 20, 490
m1 Mary Sprigg b: 1671, daughter of Thomas Sprigg and Eleanor Nuthall
Married: 12 MAR 1688/89
-1 Thomas Stockett b: 18 NOV 1691 in Anne Arundel, MD d 30 OCT 1762 in will probated Anne Arundel, Md m1 Elizabeth Noble b: 3 MAY 1712 in Prince Georges, , Md m2 Elizabeth UNM Larkin b: ABT 1700 in Anne Arundel, MD., 19 AUG 1732 in Anne Arundel
-2 Eleanor Stockett b: 8 DEC 1693 in Anne Arundel, MD
-1-1 Mary Elizabeth Stockett b ABT 1746 d 19 MAR 1789 m1 Samuel Harwood b: 10 NOV 1746
-1-2 Dr. Thomas Noble Stockett b 12 JUL 1747 d 19 MAY 1802 m1 13 NOV 1770 Mary Harwood b: 18 NOV 1753
-1-1-1 Eleanor Harwood b 2 FEB 1782 in Montgomery Co Md
-1-1-2 Mary Harwood b: 1786 in Montgomery Co Maryland
-1-2-1 Dr. Richard G. Stockett b 7 FEB 1776 in Anne Arundel MD
-1-2-2 Joseph Noble Stockett b 16 NOV 1779
-1-2-3 Ann Stockett b 10 JUN 1792 in Maryland
St12-3 Francis Stockett
St12-3 Henry Stockett
From Fonda Flax Carroll
From http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mdickson101/stockett.htm
St14. Lewis C Stockett b 1558 d 1603 at 45 years of age.(3)
St13 Thomas B Stockett b 1575 in Greys Inn, Mackington, Kent Co England.
m Joanna BRIGGS on 13 Apr 1592 in Canterbury, Kent Co England.
St12-1 Thomas A Stockett b Dec 1595 in Canterbury, England resided in Canterbury, Kent, England before 1638 will probated 1638
m Frances Ayleworth. dau of John Ayleworth and Elizabeth Ashton.
St12-1-1 Francis Stockett b Kent, England.(9)immigrated, 1658 to Maryland.(10)
St12-1-2 Henry Stockett was born in Kent, England.
m 1669 x immigrated, 1658. to Maryland.(13)

Henry STOCKETT died in 1682 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He signed a will on 21 Jun 1682 in Anne Arundel Co MD. He had an estate probated on 23 Oct 1682 in Anne Arundel Co MD.
He was married to Katharine. Henry STOCKETT and Katharine had the following children: 

17 i. Francis STOCKETT. 
18 ii. Henrico STOCKETT. 
+19 iii. Katharine STOCKETT married to Henry RHODES. 
20 iv. Lewis STOCKETT. 
21 v. Penelope STOCKETT. 

St12-1-3 Joan/Jane Stockett.
St12-1-4 Aylworth Stockett.
St12-1-5 John Stockett was born in Kent, England before 1623.(14)
St12-1-6 Lewis Stockett b Kent, England 1623 d after 1666
m Ann Ijams in Anne Arundel Co MD. immigrated, 1664 to Maryland lived in England 1666.(19)
St12-1-7 Captain Thomas Stockett b after 1622/3 in Kent, England after 1622/3 d before 4 May 1671 at approximately 47 years of age immigrated, circa 1658 to Md His will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD, 4 May 1671
m before 1667 Mary Wells b before 1652. dau of Richard Wells and Francesx d circa 1698 bur 21 Jan 1698/9 in Anne Arundel Co., MD Her will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD, 29 Mar 1699.(29)
St12-1-7-1 Elizabeth Stockett b c 1650 d after 1693/4.(30)She married Thomas Plummer before 1694.(31) He was born in England.(32) He died circa Jan 1695 at approximately 44 years of age.(33) He immigrated, 1667. Destination: Maryland.(34) According to conflicting evidence, m Elizabeth Stockett after 1666/7. He made a will in Anne Arundel Co MD, 12 Jul 1694.(35) His will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD, 26 Feb 1694/5.(36) Thomas Plummer was transported, along with others, to Maryland from England in 1667 by William Stanley, who received a head right warrant for 250 acres for transporting himself and the others (Maryland Hall of Records, Patent Liber 11, folio 171).  According to conflicting evidence, She married Thomas Plummer after 1666/7. She resided in Calvert Co MD Feb 26, 1694.(37)
St12-1-7-2 Frances Stockett b c 1652 m Mareen Duvall.(38)
St12-1-7-3 Ann Stockett b c 1655 m c 1673 George Yates Jr (this source shows Mary Stockett as George's spouse, so Ann may have married his brother and George may have been Mary's first or second husband.) -1 here or below Ann Yates b 1674 South River Ave 199 Anne Arundel Co MD d after 1735 MD + 9 ch m c 1696 St Barnabas Qu Anne Co MD William Nathan Prather I b 1670 Calvert Co Md d 1747 Calvert Co Md -1-1 William Nathan Prather II b 8 Mar 1700 in Piscataway, St John's Parish, Prince George Co., Calvert, MD m 1724 in Prince George Co., MD d 20 Sep 1780 in Prince George Co MD Number of children: 11
St12-1-7-4 Mary Stockett b d circa 1698 bur 21 Jan 1698/9
m Mark Richardson in Anne Arundel Co MD, 1683
St12-1-7-5 Thomas Stockett Jr b 17 Apr 1667 d 1732 at 65 years of age
m1 Mary Sprigg in Anne Arundel Co MD, 12 Mar 1688/9 (Additional notes for Mary Sprigg) d 27 Jan 1693/4 probably in Anne Arundel Co MD
m2 Damaris Welch in Anne Arundel Co MD, 9 Apr 1700
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St12-2 Francis Stockett b c 1625.
St12-3 Lucia Stockett b c 1627
m Capt. Michael WOOD.
St13-2 Joan/Jane Stockett d after 1618/9 bur after 1618/9 in Canterbury, Kent, England
m Walter Aylworth
Notes and References
1. Several sources cite the royal service of Lewis Stockett to Elizabeth I, among them Frank H. Stockett, who notes that Lewis Stockett was "an officer in the household of that queen." (The Stockett Family, Baltimore, MD: Wm. Boyle & Son, 1892, p. 3). He notes further, though providing no documentation for most of his assertions, that Lewis Stockett was born in 1558 and died in 1603. Also, William Berry, Co Histories; Pedigrees of the Families of Kent, London: 1830, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, E694478.1, p. 303, notes that Lewis Stockett was "of the household of Queen Elizabeth."
2. Francis H. (Frank) Stockett, The Stockett Family, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, E7.58626, Baltimore: Boyle, 1892 p. 4 (hereafter cited as Stockett Family).
3. Ibid., p. 4.
4. William Berry, Co Histories; Pedigrees of the Families of Kent, London: 1830, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, E694478.1, p. 312, will dated '162.' (hereafter cited as Kent Families).
5. Ibid., p. 303.
6. "of Gray's Inn," per William Berry, Co Histories; Pedigrees of the Families of Kent, London: 1830, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, E694478.1, p. 303.
7. Kent Families, p. 303, resided in St. Stephen's Parish, later in Bekesborne.
8. Ibid., p. 303.
9. Harry Wright Newman, Heraldic Marylandia, 1968 p. 147 (hereafter cited as Heraldic Marylandia).
10. Gust Skordas, The Early Settlers of Maryland, 1968 p. 443 (refers to Patent Liber Q, folio 62, MHR) (hereafter cited as Skordas , Early Settlers).
11. Heraldic Marylandia, p. 147.
12. Gale Honeyman and Agnes Winkelman, 'A Line of Descent from Thomas Plummer, Maryland Colonist', fF857.55073, MGSB, Winter 1987, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 30-47 p. 36 (hereafter cited as Thomas Plummer Descent).
13. Skordas , Early Settlers, p. 443 (refers to Patent Liber Q, folio 62, MHR).
14. Kent Families, p. 303 (listed as eldest son).
15. a. "The elder of the four Stockett brothers who settled in Maryland after their exile in France with ìCharles II is listed in the Visitation of Kent which carries the lineage to an ancestor to the time of Elizabeth who served at her court as Surveyor of the Works. (Ref: Hasted's Kent, vol. ì3, pp. 131-3; Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. 2, and Heraldic Marylandia both by Harry Wright Newman and published by Newman; All Hallows Parish Register, ìMaryland Historical Society; Visitation of Kent, Harleian Society Publication, vol. 42, p. 184.) (Harry Wright Newman, To Maryland From Overseas. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co 1984, p. 165). b. Frank Stockett also notes that his distant relative emigrated with his brothers to Maryland, having ìobtained land grants from the proprietor, Lord Calvert. He notes that these grants were located "near ìthe Susquehanna River, and now in Harford Co" He also notes that, "The family was of the Church of England, loyal to the King and royalists of the strictest sect, ìremaining faithful to the Queen and Charles II; undergoing all the dangers and hardships incident ìto the civil war, including the confiscation of their property. After the crushing defeat to the Royal cause at Worcester, in 1651, the brothers escaped to the ìContinent, and remained there until amnesty was declared; when they returned to England, gathered ìwhat they could from the wreck of their property, and came to Maryland to commence life anew, ìbringing with them as many of their family retainers as would follow their fortunes." (Frank H. Stockett, The Stockett Family. Baltimore, MD: Wm. Boyle & Son, 1982, p. 5.).
16. Heraldic Marylandia, p. 147; and William Berry, Co Histories; Pedigrees of the Families of Kent, London: 1830, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, E694478.1, p. 303 (hereafter cited as Kent Families).
17. Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, (1634-1777), Baltimore, MD: GPC, 1975, Vol. I (hereafter cited as Barnes, Vol. I).
18. Heraldic Marylandia, p. 147.
19.Lewis Stockett, "Patent Liber 10, folio 264," (1666): Maryland Archives, Hall of Records (hereafter cited as Lewis Stockett Patent).
20. Heraldic Marylandia, p. 147.
21. a. Nearly all the information presented here on the Ayleworth and early Stockett families (before Captain Thomas Stockett and his emigrant brothers) is drawn from one source, the so-called Visitation of Kent" or "Visitation of 1619" (The Visitation of Kent, Taken in the Years 1619-21, by John Philipot, Rouge Dragon, Marshall and Deputy to William Camden, Clarenceaux; edited by Robert Hovenden, F.S.A.; Harleian Society Publications, Vol. 42; London: 1898). Many of the original visitations, in Latin, were translated and republished by William Berry in his Pedigrees series. This and other visitations were enumerations of the gentry and nobility of England conducted by the College of Arms. Basically, individuals provided and attested to their pedigrees in order to record their rights to use a particular coat of arms. In fairness, it should be noted that the visitation data are suspect and therefore subject to considerable criticism, given the lack of supporting documentation and the tendency of individuals to rely on tradition and to occasionally paint the rosiest picture possible of their ancestors. b. Thomas Stockett appears in some accounts of early Maryland history. Homer Aylsworth, in Arthur Aylsworth and His Descendants in America (1887), suggests that he and his brothers may have been sons of Thomas Stockett and his first cousin, Frances Aylesworth, of Canterbury, England, who were grandchildren of Lewis Stockett, a member of the household of Queen Elizabeth the First. c. Skordas, in The Early Settlers of Maryland (1968, p. 443), says that Thomas, along with his brothers Francis and Henry, emigrated from England to Maryland in 1658, being joined in 1664 by their elder brother Lewis. Skordas, Warfield, and others note that Thomas, a member of the Church of England, served in the lower house of the Maryland Legislature, served as a justice of Baltimore Co (1661-1664), and served as Deputy Surveyor General of the Colony from 1670 to 1671. d. Harry Wright Newman, in Heraldic Marylandia (1968, p. 147), indicates that Joseph Tilley, a registrar of All Hallows Parish in Anne Arundel Co noted the following in the registry: "About or in ye year of or Lord 1667 or 8 I became acquainted wth 4 Gents yt were Brethren and then dwellers Here in Maryland the Elder of them went by ye name of Collo Lewis Stockett and ye second by ye name of Captn Thomas Stockett, ye third was Doctr Francis Stockett and ye Fourth Brother was Mr Henry Stockett. These men were but ye newly seated or seting in Anne Arundel Co and they had much business wth the Lord Baltimore then ppetor of ye Province. My house standing convenient they were often entertained there: They told mee yt they were Kentich Men or Men of Kent and yt for that they had been concerned for King Charles ye First, were out of favor wth ye following Governmt they mortgaged a Good an estate to follow King Charles the second in his exile and at their Return they had no money to redeem their mortgage wch was ye cause of their coming hither." e. A brief mention is found of Thomas Stockett in a biographical sketch of the 17th century writer George Alsop. The author notes that Alsop left England in 1658 "to spend four years apprenticed to Captain Thomas Stockett, of Baltimore Co an able and pious man, of whom Alsop spoke with respect and admiration." (Charles Knowles Bolton, The Founders: Portraits of Persons Born Abroad Who Came to the Colonies in North America Before the Year 1701. Boston, MA: The Boston Athenaeum, 1919, p. 67.) f. The Maryland Archives mentions Thomas Stockett several times. From 1665 continuously until his death in 1671, he held the office of High Sherrif of Anne Arundel Co (Volume 3, pp. 539, 541; Volume 2, p. 155; Volume 5, pp. 4, 28, 70, Volume 51, pp. 312, 328). On Feb 8, 1667/8, he was ordered to raise 25 barrels of corn and 3800 pounds of meat for the militia in support of their Mar against the Indians (Volume 5, p. 22). On Mar 13, 1668/9, he was elected a member of the Burgesses for Anne Arundel (Volume 51, p. 325). In 1670, he was commissioned Deputy Surveyor of Anne Arundel Co (Volume 5, p. 81).
22. Heraldic Marylandia, p. 147.
23. Captain Thomas Stockett, Will Liber 1, Folio 430, filed 4 May 1671, Anne Arundel Co MD, (hereafter cited as Captain Thomas Stockett Will).
24. Richard Wells, Will Liber 1, Folio 287, filed 31 Aug 1667, Anne Arundel Co MD, Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records, includes bequest to dau. 'Mary the wife of Thomas Stockett' (hereafter cited as Richard Wells Will).
25. Mary Wells, Will Liber 6, Folio 212; filed 29 Mar 1699, Anne Arundel Co., MD, Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records, (hereafter cited as Mary Wells Will).
26. All Hallows Episcopal Church Registry
27. Mary Wells Will.
28. Skordas , Early Settlers, p. 443 (refers to Patent Liber Q, folio 62, MHR).
29. Captain Thomas Stockett Will.
30. witness to husband's will,; and Thomas (I) Plummer, Will Liber 7, Folio 56, filed 26 Feb 1694/5, Anne Arundel Co MD (hereafter cited as Thomas Plummer (I) Will).
31. Ibid.
32. Ibid.
33. Ibid.
34. Patent Liber 11, folio 171, Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records, (hereafter cited as Stanley Headright Patent).
35. Thomas Plummer (I) Will. "To eld. [only] son Thomas, 100 acres Seaman's Delight in Calvert Co To eld. dau. Margaret, wife of Hugh Reily, 5 shillings because of advances already made. To sec. dau. Mary, wife of William Jackson, and hrs., rights in certain tract of land, and 300 acreas Scott's Lott in Calvert Co To 3rd dau. Susanna, wife of Francis Swanson, personalty. To wife Eliza, extx., home plantation, being 164 acre part of Bridge Hill and Doden during life. To young. dau. Eliza; and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd. In event of death of sd. Eliza. without issue, sd. plantation to pass to 2 daus. afsd., Mary Jackson and Susanna, equally. Wit: Henry Hanslap, Edw. Brucebank, Jos Hanslap."
36. Ibid.
37. Ibid., listed as heiress in her husband's will.
38. Mary Wells Will.
39. Ibid.
40. Barnes, Vol. I.
41. Harry Wright Newman, Anne Arundel Gentry, Vol. II, Annapolis, MD: By Author, 1970, E6903915.62, p. 377 (hereafter cited as AAG, Vol. II).
42. Listed as heir in his father's will, [Captain Thomas Stockett, Will Liber 1, Folio 430, filed 4 May 1671, Anne Arundel Co MD].
43. Barnes, Vol. I, p. 172.
44. Thomas Plummer Descent, p. 38.
45. Barnes, Vol. I.
46. Dau.ghter of Thomas Sprigg and Eleanor Nuthall, per Robert Barnes, Maryland Marriages, (1634-1777), Baltimore, MD: GPC, 1975, Vol. I.
47. All Hallows Episcopal Church Registry
48. Barnes, Vol. I.
49. Daughter of John and Mary Welch.
www.houseofnames.com/xq/asp.fc/qx/stockett-family-crest.htm
Wells of maryland
We13. Dr Richard Well b about 1605 in England
m1 Frances ?Stockett + 10 ch
m2 Frances ?White +1 ch
age 26, was recorded on 7 Aug 1635, as "imbarqued in the Globe of London,. Jeremy Blackman, Master." Passengers of both vessels were noted as having "been examined by the Minister of Gravesend, of their conformitie, and have taken the oaths of allegiance and supremacie." (John Camden Hotten, ed., The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen, Maidens Pressed; and Others who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700, With their Ages, the Localities Where They Formerly Lived in the Mother Country, the Names of the Ships in Which They Embarked, and Other Interesting Particulars, 1880; Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co reprinted 1962)) was born in England; m Frances (--?--); he died circa 1667 in Anne Arundel Co MD;1 his will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD, 31 Aug 1667.1,2

Prior to settling in Maryland, Richard Wells had represented Upper Norfolk Co in the Virginia House of Burgesses, which met at the capitol of Williamsburg.

Richard Wells became a large landowner in Maryland, coming to own not only the 600 acre plantation "Wells," but also "Little Wells" (100 acres in Anne Arundel Co; patented 1663), "Benjamin's Choice" (280 acres in Anne Arundel Co; patented 1663), "Wells' Hills" (420 acres in Anne Arundel Co patented 1664), "West Wells" (350 acres in Anne Arundel Co patented 1664), and "Wells' Neck" (1100 acres in Baltimore Co patented 1658). He also purchased "The Neck," consisting of 1500 acres on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, for 50 pounds in 1660 from John Langford (Maryland Archives , Volume 57, p. 139). As a Puritan, Richard Wells stood as a supporter of Oliver Cromwell, the Lord Protector, when, as a member of the Maryland Parliamentary Commission in 1654, he declared himself under Cromwell's authority ( Maryland Archives , (Volume 1, p. 339). After the fall of Richard Cromwell and the reestablishment of Lord Baltimore's proprietorship over Maryland under Charles II, Richard Wells seems to have remained in favor, being appointed as a commissioner and Justice of the Peace in 1657 and again in 1660. He was chirurgeon (surgeon) in Anne Arundel Co MD. He emigrated circa 1637 (Emigrated from England to Virginia. Richard Wells further emigrated from Virginia with his wife Frances and ten children, into Maryland in 1653. Discounting the possibility of twins, the fact of ten children suggests that Richard and Frances had been married at least fifteen years by this time, which would place his marriage around 1635 and his birth around 1610, making it likely that he was the Richard Wells who arrived in Virginia aboard the Globe in 1635. Further, there is no record of his having transported a wife or children to Virginia. As Harry Wright Newman suggests in Anne Arundel Gentry (Annapolis, MD: published by author, 1971), "The inference is therefore great that he found his wife in Virginia and eleven children were conceived before his emigration to the Maryland Palatinate when in 1653 he claimed land-rights" (p. 498)).3 He was deed on 12 Sep 1637 in Charles River Co VA (Richard Wells, a Puritan, was granted a 50-acre headright in Charles River Co Virginia, on 12 Sep 1637 (Virginia Patents No. 1, 1623-1643, Reel 1, p. 481). Remaining in Virginia about 18 years, he was elected to the House of Burgesses for the term beginning Nov 20, 1645, representing the Upper Norfolk Assembly (Colonial Virginia Register, William G. and Mary Newton Stanard, compilers. Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1902, p. 64-65)). He resided in Anne Arundel Co MD, in 1652.4 He was move in 1653 (Richard Wells moved from Virginia with his wife Frances and ten children, into Maryland in 1653. Discounting the possibility of twins, the fact of ten children suggests that Richard and Frances had been married at least fifteen years by this time, which would place his marriage around 1635 and his birth around 1610, making it likely that he was the Richard Wells who arrived in Virginia aboard the Globe in 1635. Further, there is no record of his having transported a wife or children to Virginia. As Harry Wright Newman suggests in Anne Arundel Gentry (Annapolis, MD: published by author, 1971), "The inference is therefore great that he found his wife in Virginia and eleven children were conceived before his emigration to the Maryland Palatinate when in 1653 he claimed land-rights" (p. 498). On 6 Oct 1653, "Mr. Richard Wells Demandeth Land according to his Lordships [Lord Baltimore] Conditions for Transporting these Several persons into this Province to plant and Inhabit there Viz. Himself, Frances his wife, Richard, William, George, John, Robert, Benjamin, Mary, Ann, Eliabeth and Frances Wells his children and Thomas Boone, Henry Symonds, George Hall, Thomas Linstead, Edward Howard and Martha Windwright His servants, being all Transported as aforesaid since Jun 1653" (Maryland Patent Liber ABH, Folio 347 , Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland). Lord Baltimore's grant of 600 acres on Herring Creek, was the site on which Richard Wells would locate his estate, "Wells." Newman and others note that, at various times, Richard Wells held office as a member of the Maryland Parliamentary Commission (1654), the Severn Provincial Council, the Quorum and Puritan Council, presiding officer of the Grand Jury of Anne Arundel Co and Commissioner of Anne Arundel Co Richard Wells became a large landowner in Maryland, coming to own not only the 600 acre plantation "Wells," but also "Little Wells" (100 acres in Anne Arundel Co; patented 1663), "Benjamin's Choice" (280 acres in Anne Arundel Co; patented 1663), "Wells' Hills" (420 acres in Anne Arundel Co patented 1664), "West Wells" (350 acres in Anne Arundel Co patented 1664), and "Wells' Neck" (1100 acres in Baltimore Co patented 1658). He also purchased "The Neck," consisting of 1500 acres on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, for 50 pounds in 1660 from John Langford (Maryland Archives , Volume 57, p. 139)). He made a will inAnne Arundel Co MD, on 22 Jun 1667 ("RICHARD WELLS Senior of the Co of Ann Arundell in the Province of Maryland, 22 Jun 1667, proved in Maryland 31 Aug 1667 and in London 14 Nov 1668. To my son Richard that plantation I do now live upon at Herring Creek, being called by the name of Wells and laid out for six hundred acres (and other tracts or parcels). To my son George my land in Baltimore Co namely three hundred acres, purchased of Capt. George Goldsmith, called the Planters Delight "being now seated." To my son John that parcel called Langford's Neck, on the N. side of Chester River in Talbot Co being "pattented" and laid out for fifteen hundred acres, and was purchased of John Langford gent. To my son Robert three hundred and fifty acres called West Wells, lying on the W. side of the plantation I now live on, in Herring Creek Bay. To my son Benjamin that parcel called Benjamin's Choice, being Patented and laid out for two hundred and eighty acres, lying W. of a Divident belonging unto Mr Francis Holland of Herring Creek. To my daughter Martha, sometime the wife of Mr. Anthony Salaway, twelve pence. To my daughter Anne, supposed wife unto Mr. John Stansby, Chirurgeon, twelve pence as a reward for her disobedience. To my daughter Mary, wife unto Mr. Thomas Stockett, three cows to be delivered, after my decease, in the Co of Ann Arundel, and one hundred pounds of money, to be paid in the City of London within twelve months after my decease. To my five sons all my whole estate remaining, to be divided amongst them, both cattle, goods, moneys in England, tobacco, debts, servants, negroes and all things whatsoever belongeth unto me in Maryland, Virginia, or in England. And they to be my executors. Wit: Francis Stockett, Bonham Turner, the mark of Wm Linckhorne").5
We12-1 Mary Wells b before 1652
m1 Thomas Stockett b Kent, England, after 1623 d before 4 May 1671 will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD, on 4 May 1671.
m2 George Yates b circa 1640 d circa 1691 will was probated in Anne Arundel Co MD on 11 Nov 1691.
-1 Elizabeth Stockett m Thomas Plummer b Engl d c Jan 1695 Anne Arundel immigrated 1667
-2 Thomas Stockett Jr b 17 Apr 1667 m1 Mary Sprigg + 3 ch m2 Damaris Welch + ?2 ch.
-3 Frances Stockett m Mareen Duvall
-4 Ann Stockett m y Yate
-5 Mary Stockett d circa 1698 bur 21 Jan 1699 m2 Mark Richardson in Anne Arundel Co MD 1683 at home of mother and stepfather
-6 Thomas Stockett
-1-1 Thomas Plummer d circa 1728 will was probated in Prince George's Co MD, 26 Jun 1728 m Elizabeth Smith d circa 1736
-1-2 Margaret Plummer born after 1667 after father's immigration d after 1694. In father's will on 12 Jul 1694 in Anne Arundel Co MD heirm Hugh Reily before 1694
-1-3 Mary Plummer born after 1667 after father's immigration d after 1694. In father's will on 12 Jul 1694 in Anne Arundel Co MD heir m William Jackson before 1694
-1-4 Susana Plummer born after 1667 after father's immigration d after 1694. In father's will on 12 Jul 1694 in Anne Arundel Co MD heir m Francis Swanson before 1694
-1-5 Elizabeth Plummer b after 1667 m William Ijams
-2-1 Thomas Stockett b. ABT 1690 of, Northampton, Va d y?
-2-2 Olive Eleanor Stockett b 8 Dec 1693 All Hallows Sou, Anne Arundel Co Md d 1771 All Hallows South River Parish, Md m Richard Williams b 1684 Anne Arundel, Md d 2 Apr 1768 Anne Arundel Md.
-2-3 Benjamin Stockett,
-2-4 Thomas Stockett
-2-5 Susanna Stockett b 26 Mar 1700 m Benjamin West
-1-1-1 Thomas Plummer b before 1698 m Sarah Wilson.
-1-1-2 George Plummer d circa 1754 his will was probated 14 Jan 1754 will in Prince George's Co MD 8 Jul 1753
-1-1-3 John Plummer d circa 1739; his will was probated in Prince George's Co MD 2 Feb 1740.50
-1-1-4 Jerome Plummer m1 Margaret x m2 Margaret x m3 Mary Harris.
-1-1-5 Priscilla Plummer m John Ouchtalong s.b.
-1-1-6 Phebe Plummer m Joseph Williams.34,35
-1-1-7 Micajah (Cager) Plummer d after 1753 m1 Margaret (--?--) before 1753.
-1-1-8 Samuel Plummer b circa 1700 m Sarah Miles.
-1-1-9 Yate Plummer b circa 1716 m Priscilla (--?--).
-1-1-10 Abiezer Plummer m Ann (--?--).
-1-1-11 Philemon Plummer m Elizabeth Turner?
-1-1-12 James Plummer m Mary Ouchtalong s.b.
-2-5-1 Joseph West b 28 Nov 1731
-2-5-2 Benjamin West b 17 Feb 1734
We12-2 Richard Wells b before 1652 d after 1667 will was probated 11 May 1671 m Sophia Ewen
We12-3 William Wells b before 1652 d after 1667
We12-4 George Wells b before 1652
m Blanche Gouldsmith b before 1658 in Engl.
-1 Susannah Wells m y
-2 Blanch Wells m in St. George's Parish, Baltimore Co MD, 14 Feb 1701 Episcopal Richard Smithers
-3 Frances Wells b 1686 Pr Geo Co MD d there 1718 m Thomas Frisby b 15 Feb 1681 Cecil MD d there 6 Apr 1716
-4 George Wells d circa 1717 m before 22 Jun 1704 Mary Goldsmith
-5 Benjamin Wells d 16 Apr 1702

-3-1 Mary Frisby b Mar 1709 Pittsylvania Va d ther 1784 m 1734 Thomas Henderson
-3-2? Frances Holland b 1728 Md d 1778 m Thomas Reynolds b 1700 Calvert Co Md d there Jul 1778

-3-1-1 John Henderson b1730 Loudon Va
-3-1-2 Thomas Hildret Henderson b 1735 Loudon Va m Feb 1758 Wilkes NC Mary Frances McIntire
-3-1-3 James Henderson b 1737 Pittsylvania VA d there 1811 m Martha Hamilton
-3-2-1 Sarah Reynolds b 1767 d 1800 m Joseph Boteler

-3-1-2-1 Charles Thomas Sr Henderson
-3-1-2-2 Doug Henderson
-3-1-2-3 Millicent Henderson
-3-1-2-4 Thomas Henderson
-3-1-2-5 Dau Henderson
-3-1-2-6 Ruth Henderson
-3-1-2-7 Sarah Henderson
-3-1-2-8 Mary Ann Henderson
-3-1-2-9 John Henderson
-3-1-2-10 Frances Henderson
-3-1-2-11 Elizabeth Henderson
-3-1-2-12 James Henderson
-3-1-2-13 E Nathan Henderson
-3-1-2-14 Isabel Henderson
-3-1-3-1 William Henderson b 1757 Pittsylvania d 15 sep 1814 Jefferson Co TN m Mary Polly George
We12-5 John Wells b before 1652 m1 Anne Beedle m2 Mary Blangy + 1 ch m3 Jane Lillingston -1 John Wells d before 28 Jul 1738 his will was probated in Queen Anne's Co MD, 28 Jul 1738
We12-6 Robert Wells b before 1652 d after 1667
We12-7 Benjamin Wells b before 1652 d c 1702 m Frances Hanslap bur 8 May 1697 in Anne Arundel Co
We12-8 Ann Wells b before 1652 d after 1667 m Dr John Stansby before 22 Jun 1667
We12-9 Elizabeth Wells born before 1652 d after 1667
We12-10 Martha Wells b before 1652 d after 1667 m Anthony Salloway before 22 Jun 1667
We12-11 Frances Wells b before 1652 m John Ouchtalong he m2 Priscilla Plummer -1 Mary Ouchtalong d after 1772 m James Plummer d circa 1772 will was probated in Prince George's Co MD 13 Apr 1772 -1-1 Jemima/Jeminia Plummer d after 1772 m y Hodges.
-1-2 Sarah Plummer d after 1772 m y Wells.
-1-3 Anne Plummer d after 1772
- - - - - - - Of no established relation to the above was: reported by >homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~digging/bigwells.html
We13 John1 Wells was born Abt. 1675, and died 1721. m Margaret Mac Clane Bet. 1700 - 1702, daughter of Hector Mac Clane and Amy Norman.
We12-2 William Wells.
We12-1 Charles2 Wells n Abt. 1702, and died 1741 in Baltimore Co MD. m Sarah Wright Arnold Jun 03, 1726 in baltimore Co Maryland, daughter of John Wright.
We12-1-2 Charles Wells b Abt. Sep 07, 1725.
We12-1-1 Benjamin3 Wells b May 07, 1723 in Baltimore Co Md, and died Feb 16, 1795 in Ohio Co Va. m Temperance Butler 1743 in St. Pauls Church Baltimore Co MD, daughter of Henry Butler and Susanna White.
We12-1-1-1 John Wells.
We12-1-1-2 Charles Wells b Apr 06, 1745 in Baltimore Co d Apr 16, 1815 in Tyler Co WV
m1 Dec 27 1764 in baltimore Co Michal Owings + 10 ch dau of Joshua Owings and Mary Cockey
m2 Jul 24 1784 Elizabeth Prather + 12 ch dau of Charles Prather Pr6-1 and Ruth Tannehill.
-1 Absalom Wells b Oct 03, 1774 in baltimore Co Md d Nov 13, 1856. m Helen Owings Jan 28, 1798 in Baltimore Co MD.
-2 Elizabeth WELLS b Apr 27, 1779 in Ohio Co Va, (now Brooke Co W. Va.)12 d 1817 in Tyler Co WV12. She married (1) Jacob Weakley. She married (2) Morris Baker Bet. 1797 - 1798.
-3 Joshua Wells b Nov 07, 1767 d Feb 19, 1800 m 1791 Nancy x
-4 Unknown Wells b Bet. 1772 - 1773.
-5 Temperance Wells b Sep 1, 1769 in baltimore Co Maryland d Sep 23, 1830 m1 Nathaniel Wells + 1 ch, son of Alexander Wells and Leah Owings m2 Richard Talbott, son of y Talbot.
-6 Benedict Wells b Apr 19, 1771 in Baltimore Co MD m1 Elizabeth Magruder m2 Elizabeth Owings.
-7 Mary WELLS b Sep 16, 1776 in Brooke, WV, USA d 1849 m Sep 28 1794 in Brooke Co WV Asa OWINGS son of Henry Owings and Amelia Owings
-8 Ephriam WELLS b Apr 28, 1781 in Ohio, VA, USA d Oct 24, 1808 in Cairo, Illinois12.
-9 Michal Wells b Mar 1783 d Jun 06, 1802 in Brooke Co WV. She married Thomas Maguire Mcguire 1801.
-10 Rebecca Wells b Oct 19, 1765 d Aug 28, 1794 m James Miller in Brooke Co WV
-11 Charles Prather Wells b May 30, 1785 in Buffalo Cr., Ohio Co WV d May 3, 1856 in Marshall Co WV m Jan 9 1808 Rachel Rosannia Niven dau of James MacMechen and Hannah Davidson
-12 Nicholas Wells, b Feb20, 1787 in Buffalo Cr Brooke Co WV d Bet. Feb 28 1877 - 1878 m Rachel Witten Jan 7 1810
-13 Ruth Prather Wells b Mar 30, 1788 d Aug 10, 1865 m Oct 23 1814 Abraham S. Birckhead
-14 Perrine Wells, b Oct 18, 1789 d May 15, 1878 m1 Mary M. Braley m2 Charlotte Miller Jul 22, 1817, dau of James Miller and Rebecca Wells.
-15 Joshua Wells b Bet. 1790 - 1791.
-16 Nacky Wells b Oct 12, 1792 in Buffalo Cr Brooke Co WV d May 19, 1803.
-17 Sarah Wells, b Feb 20, 1794 in Buffalo Cr Brooke Co WV d Dec 14, 1887 m Apr 22 1817 John McCoy, son of John McCoy and Easter Macartney
-18 Delilah Wells b Jun 16, 1795 in Buffalo Cr Brooke Co WV d Jan 25, 1869. She married Robert Grier Jun 01, 1816.
-19 Eli Wells, b May 14, 1797 in Brooke Co WV d Apr 28, 1854 in Sistersville, WV m Nov 23 1820 Nancy Neff, dau of John Neff and Temperance Wells
-20 Twenty Wells b Nov 23, 1798 in Brooke Co WV12 d Sep 22, 1816 in Tyler Co WV.
-21 Catherine "Katy" Adams Wells b Oct 06, 1800 in Brooke Co WV d Sep 12, 1824 in Sistersville, WV m 1817 Joshua Russell son of Russell
-22 Betsy Prather Wells, b Sep 28, 1802 in Brooke Co WV d Aug 24, 1873 in Tyler Co WV m Jun 17 1819 William Russell son of Russell

-3-1 Charles Wells
-3-2 Elizabeth Wells
-5-1 Charles6 Wells.
-5-2 Richard Hardesty Talbott b Jun 27, 1794 d Feb 19, 1848.
-5-3 Providence Talbott.
-5-4 Michal Talbott.
-5-5 Ashah Talbott.
-5-6 John Dosey Talbott.
-5-7 Ethelinda Talbott.
-5-8 Basil Dorsey Talbott.
-5-9 Ephrim Talbott.
-5-10 Wells Talbott.
-5-11 Charles Wells Talbott.
-7-1 Mary OWINGS.
-7-2 Amelia OWINGS b 1796d 1869 m William ATKINSON.
-7-3 John OWINGS b 1798d 1825 m Olevia COULTER.
-7-4 Ephrim OWINGS b 1801d 1884 m Blanche SWEARINGEN.
-7-5 Absalom OWINGS b 1803 d 1876 m Sarah SWEARINGEN.
-7-6 Michal OWINGS b 1805 d 1825 m Nicholas SWEARINGEN.
-7-7 Katharina OWINGS b 1807 d 1825 m Thomas Donovan.
-7-8 Asa OWINGS b Dec 29, 1809 d 1887 in 25 Jun 1881, Walnut Twp m Ruth DONOVAN.
-7-9 Charles Wells OWINGS b 1812 d 1894 m Honor WHEELER Mar 11, 1841 in Brooke Co Va.
-7-10 Rebecca OWINGS b Jul 2, 1818 d Jan 4, 1899 m1 Lewis WELLS m2 Jun 30, 1842 Nathaniel Davis Wells +8 ch son of Jesse Wells and Susanna Davis.
-10-1 Charlotte Miller m Perrine Wells Jul 22, 1817, son of Charles Wells and Elizabeth Prather.
-10-2 Unknown Miller.
-11-1 Alivia D Wells.
-11-2 James Dudley Wells =? 1801 m Mary Ann x.
-11-3 Lemuel McMechen Wells b Jun 10, 1807 in Bottom, WV d May 08, 1882 in Ashly, MO.
-11-4 Rolla Nivens Wells.
-11-5 Unknown Wells.
-12-1 Ruth Wells.
-12-2 Sarah Delilah Wells.
-13-1 Elizabeth Prather Brickhead.
-14-1 Charles V. Wells.
-14-2 Elizabeth Wells.
-17-1 Catherine Russell6 McCoy.
-17-2 William McCoy.
-17-3 C.A. McCoy.
-17-4 Thomas McCoy.
-19-1 John C. Wells b Nov 23, 1821 d Aug 15 1823.
-19-2 John C. Wells b Nov 08, 1823 m Elizabeth Jane Horn Sep 10 1851.
-19-3 Maria Wells b Sep 12, 1825 ma Samuel S. Russell Nov 4 1846.
-19-4 Friend Wells b Sep 01, 1827 m Martha Wingard Thistle.
-19-5 Barney Wells b Oct 22, 1829 d Feb 21, 188 m Frances Rebecca Cox Dec 11 1860.
-19-6 Ephraim Wells b Nov 6, 1831 d Sep 15, 191 m Elizabeth R. Paden Nove 28 1872.
-19-7 Wylie Wells b Nov 18, 1833 d May 10, 1866.
-19-8 Dorinda Talbot Wells, b Feb 16, 1836 d Apr 18, 1897 m Sampson Thistle Jr Dec 15 1858.
-19-9 Amanda Wells b May 27, 1838 d May 3, 1862.
-19-10 Christopher Neff Wells b Jun 23, 1840.
-19-11 Martha Thistle Wells b Jun 24, 1843 Mar 29, 1935.
-19-12 Temperance N. Wells b May 24, 1845 d Sep 13, 1915.
-21-1 Samuel S. Russel.
-21-2 Charles W. Russell.
-22-1 William S. Russell.
-22-2 Frances Russell.

-7-10-1 Edward Wells b 1843.
-7-10-2 George D. Wells b 1845.
-7-10-3 Mary J. Wells b 1847.
-7-10-4 Ephraim Wells b 1849.
-7-10-5 Catherine Wells b Bet. 1851 - 1852.
-7-10-6 Talbert Wells b 1855.
-7-10-7 Alice Wells.
-7-10-8 William H. Wells b 1861.
-10-1-1 Charles V. Wells.
-10-1-2 Elizabeth Wells.
-11-2-1? Francis Wells b Aug 1832 m Elizabeth Bussinger dau of Johannes Bussinger and Maria Magdalena x
-11-2-1-1 Bessie Lenore Wells b 14 Jul 1874 m Richard Smith Harris b 4 or 12 Mar 1874 son of Richard S Harris and Cornelia Ann Smith
-11-2-1-1-1 Dorothy Cornelia Harris b 20 Oct 1909 ancestor's of Bruce and Julia Hayden, the author's DNA matches
We12-1-1-3 Benjamin Wells b Bet. 1746 - 1747 in Baltimore Co Md.12 d 1801.
m Mary Merriman.
-1. Rachel Wells.
-2 Henry Wells.
-3 Ashah "Nacky" Wells m Abraham Jessop Oct 12, 1797.
-4 Rebecca Wells. She married John Elder Jul 23, 1812

-3-1
We12-1-1-4 Absolom Wells b Jul 11, 1755 in Baltimore Co Maryland d Dec 23, 1820 in Beach Bottom, Brooke Co (w) Va.
m Nov 1776 in St. Thomas Parish, Baltimore Co Michal Owings Wells dau of Alexander Wells and Leah Owings.
-1 Achsah "Nacky" Wells b Sep 17, 1777 d Apr 21, 1850 m James Craig
-2 Butler Wells, b Sep 6, 1781 d 1862 m Chloe Mobley May 14, 1814
-3 Temperance Wells, b May 18, 1784 in Baltimore Co MD d Aft. 1860 m John K. Neff Jul 8 1802 in Brooke Co WV
-4 Benjamin "Spot Ben" Wells, b Mar 15, 1786 d May 13, 1870 m Kezia Lewis
-5 Michal Wells b Mar 19, 1788 d Bet. 1833 - 1850 m1 Metcalf m2 Joseph Lazear Jan 29 1817
-6 Nicholas Wells b Abt. 1789 d Abt. 1820 m Elizabeth Robinson.
-7 John "Dusty" Wells b Jul 25, 1790 d Mar 02, 1841 m Ruth Wells, dau of William Wells and Catherine Sellman
-8 Jane Wells b Abt. 1792.
-9 Leah Wells b 1792 in Brook Co WV d Jul 13, 1852 m Charles Wells 1815, son of William Wells and Catherine Sellman
-10 Sarah "Sallie" Wells b 1794 m Samuel Williamson
-11 Bazelleel Wells b May 26, 1799 in va d Nov 05, 1874 m1 Nancy McIntyre Nov 20, 1819 + 12 ch m2 Mary A. Hedges Dec 30, 1873.
-12 Dorinda Wells b Dec 28, 1801 d May 10, 1835 m Richard Hardesty Talbott Dec 07, 1820, son of Richard Talbott and Temperance Wells
-13 Jesse Wells, b Jun 1804 d Aug 22, 1872 m1 Cecilia B. Campbell. m2 Dorinda T. Wells. m3 Amanda Robinson 1826, dau of Robinson and Sarah Wells
-1-1 Temperance Craig b Abt. 1802 m Benjamin Wells.
-1-2 Victor Craig b 1811. m Lucy.
-1-3 Bezaleel Craig b 1813. m Narcissa Cook Spencer Dec 05, 1833.
-1-4 Nancy Craig, died Bet. 1846 - 1850. She married John Jackson.
-1-5 Butler Craig b Abt. 1809 d Mar 02, 1844.
-1-6 Absalom Craig. m Matilda.
-2-1 Absalom6 Wells b Apr 07, 1815 d Mar 06, 1816.
-2-2 Edward Jacquelin Wells b Oct 01, 1816 d Oct 24, 1853. m Michal Jolly Jan 29, 1849.
-2-3 Sarah Griffith Wells b Jun 06, 1818 d Nov 24, 1920. She married Jeremiah Wilson Porter Jan 21, 1845.
-2-4 Howard Wells b May 27, 1820.
-2-5 Temperence Wells b Apr 03, 1822. She married John McConnell Oct 14, 1847.
-2-6 John Dusty Wells b Apr 05, 1824 d Oct 13, 1854.
-2-7 William Franklin Wells b Apr 26, 1826. m Elizabeth Witten Dec 12, 1852.
-2-8 Mordecai Lambdon Wells b May 24, 1828.
-2-9 Rachel Griffith Wells b Dec 12, 1830. She married James Witten Jun 20, 1850.
-2-10 Martha Ann Wells b Apr 06, 1833. She married St. Clair Carroll Nov 11, 1856.
-2-11 Ben Alexander Wells b Mar 12, 1837 d 1856.
-2-12 Dorinda Adeline Wells b Mar 15, 1839 d Oct 13, 1858.
-2-13 Warren Homer Wells b Feb 10, 1811 d May 25, 1887 m1 Achsah Riggs Sheets Nov 04, 1834. m2 Mary Pool(e) Abt. 1874.
-3-1 Nancy Neff b Apr 04, 1803 in Ohio Co Va d May 12, 1885 m Eli Wells Nov 23, 1820, son of Charles Wells and Elizabeth Prather Pr6-1-1.
-3-2 Christopher Neff b Jan 31, 1805 d Aft. 1860.
-3-3 Maria Neff b Sep 14, 1807.
-3-4 John Wells Neff b Jul 28, 1810 in va m Elizabeth Prather Birckhead Dec 26, 1839.
-3-5 Temperance Neff.
-4-1 Hanna G.6 Wells b Abt. 1832.
-4-2 Francis A. Wells b Apr 26, 1833 d May 9, 1907. m Rachel.
-4-3 Rebecca A. Wells b Nov 1837 d Apr 29, 1843.
-4-4 John O. Wells b Abt. 1824. m Sarah.
-5-1 Benjamin Wells Metcalf b Mar 12, 1812 d Apr 23, 1851. m Belinda.
-7-1 Narcissa6 Wells b Jul 12, 1818 d Jun 26, 1898. She married Unknown Corbley Apr 02, 1837.
-7-2 Absolom Wells b 1820 d 1881.
-7-3 Benjamin Wells b 1823 d 1902.
-7-4 Caleb Wells b 1825. m Priscilla Conaway.
-7-5 Bazeleel Wells b 1826 d 1848.
-7-6 Katherine B. Wells b 1828 d 1886. She married B. O. Coburn.
-7-7 Mary R. Wells b 1830 d Nov 14, 1918.
-7-8 Amon Wells b Abt. 1833.
-7-9 John M Wells b 1835.
-7-10 Achsah Wells b Oct 01, 1831 d Jan 06, 1914 m James Craig Wells Mar 24, 1853, son of Charles Wells and Leah Wells.
-9-1 Dorinda (Dee) Wells b Sep 24, 1815 in WV d Dec 19, 1893 in Labelle Cemetary Lewis Co Mo.. m Mar 8 1835 Simeon (Sim) S. Martin son of John Martin and Millison/Millicent Manning.
-9-2 George Wells b Bet. 1815 - 1820.
-9-3 James Craig Wells b 1818 in Va d Sep 27, 1880 m1 Jan 7, 1843 Martha Marie Talbott + 2 ch m2 Mar 24, 1853 Achsah Wells+ 1 ch, dau of John Wells and Ruth Wells.
-9-4 Unknown Wells b Bet. 1820 - 1825.
-9-5 Michal Wells b Sep 25, 1821 d Dec 26, 1845 in buried Harter Cem. Hannibal Monroe Co OH m Absolom Weekly
-9-6 Unknown Wells b Bet. 1825 - 1830.
-9-7 Action Wells b 1831 in Va.
-10-1 Franicis M.6 Williamson b 1827.
-10-2 John N. Williamson b 1829.
-10-3 Michal F. Williamson b 1832.
-104 Durana Williamson b 1835.
-10-5 Samuel Williamson b 1839.
-11-1 Absalom W. Wells b Aug 16, 1820 in va m Mary Palmer May 21, 1854.
-11-2 Robert McIntyre Wells b Apr 28, 1822 d Abt. 1907. m1 Kate. m2 Eliza "Liza" Ann Carle Apr 01, 1845.
-11-3 Michal Wells b Nov 22, 1823 in va. She married Thomas Berry Oct 18, 1853.
-11-4 Ezbai Wells b Aug 26, 1825 d Nov 11, 1905. m Agnes McCoy Dec 08, 1859.
-11-5 Edessa Wells b Mar 16, 1828 d Apr 12, 1828.
-11-6 Milton Wells b Jul 13, 1829 d Apr 10, 1906. m Mary Meigs Walker Mar 18, 1849.
-11-7 Charlotte Wells b Feb 13, 1832 d Mar 25, 1856. She married Charles S. Schell Mar 25, 1853.
-11-8 Bazalleel Wells, Jr b Oct 27, 1833 d Apr 30, 1892. m1 Harriet "Hattie" Elizabeth Hogg Feb 02, 1864. m (2) Nancy A. Cooper Nov 14, 1871.
-11-9 Anna M. Wells b Jul 08, 1837 d Apr 17, 1890. She married Abraham B. McCoy, Jr. Dec 29, 1859.
-11-10 John "Dusty" Wells b Sep 25, 1839 d Aug 17, 1903. m1) Lizzie Ludine. m (2) Rebecca Elizabeth Anderson Feb 21, 1863.
-11-11 Richard Talbott Wells b Sep 30, 1841. m (1) Elizabeth Stock. m (2) Rebecca Jane Long Dec 27, 1869.
-11-12 William Butler Wells b Jul 17, 1844 d Mar 03, 1922. m Amanda Jane Hedges Dec 10, 1867.
-12-1 Michael6 Talbott b Jul 21, 1821 d Apr 04, 1887. She married John Hubbard.
-12-2 Richard Hardesty Talbott b Jan 22, 1824 d Dec 04, 1882 m Mary Isabella Wells Apr 20, 1852.
-12-3 Temperance Talbott b Jan 2, 1826 d May 29, 1886 m1 John Stitt m2 Alexander Leslie Scott Aug 10, 1847.
-12-4 Nancy Jackson Talbott b Feb 19, 1828 d Feb 05, 1899. She married Charles Wells Talbott, Jr. Jan 25, 1849.
-12-5 Drusilla Talbott b Feb 5, 1830. She married Roswell Hubbard Nov 02, 1854.
-12-6 Mary Alvilda Talbott b Jul 02, 1832 d Apr 23, 1859.
-12-7 Absalom Talbott b Jul 5, 1834 d Jan 29, 1894.
-13-1 Elzy A6 Wells b Nov 5, 1836 d May 26, 1860.
-13-2 Amanda Wells b Abt. 1837.
-13-3 Cecilia Wells b Abt. 1840.
-13-4 Narcissia E Wells b Abt. 1844.
-13-5 Emiline Wells b Abt. 1846.
-13-6 Jessie Wells b Abt. 1848.
-13-7 Clark Wells b Abt. 1850.
-13-8 Bazeleel A. B. Wells b Abt. 1852.
-13-9 Melissa Jane Wells b May 05, 1842 d May 29, 1866
-1-1-1 Michal Wells b 1832.
-1-1-2 Caleb Wells b 1835.
-1-1-3 Absalom Wells b 1841.
-1-1-4 Ford S. Wells b 1845.
-3-1-1 John C.7 Wells b Nov 23, 1821 d Aug 15, 1823.
-3-1-2 John C. Wells b Nov 08, 1823. m Elizabeth Jane Horn Sep 10, 1851.
-3-1-3 Maria Wells b Sep 12, 1825. She married Samuel S. Russell Nov 04, 1846.
-3-1-4 Friend Wells b Sep 1, 1827. m Martha Wingard Thistle.
-3-1-5 Barney Wells b Oct 22, 1829 d Feb 21, 1887. m Frances Rebecca Cox Dec 11, 1860.
-3-1-6 Ephraim Wells b Nov 06, 1831 d Sep 15, 1917. m Elizabeth R. Paden Nov 28, 1872.
-3-1-7 Wylie Wells b Nov 18, 1833 d May 10, 1866.
-3-1-8 Dorinda Talbot Wells b Feb 16, 1836 d Apr 18, 1897. She married Sampson Thistle, Jr. Dec 15, 1858.
-3-1-9 Amanda Wells b May 27, 1838 d May 03, 1862.
-3-1-10 Christopher Neff Wells b Jun 23, 1840.
-3-1-11 Martha Thistle Wells b Jun 24, 1843 d Mar 29, 1935.
-3-1-12 Temperance N. Wells b May 24, 1845 d Sep 13, 1915
-3-4-1 Rebbeca N. Neff b 1844 in Mo.
-3-4-2 Temperance Neff b 1846 in Mo.
-3-4-3 Ruth E. Neff b 1848 in Mo.
-3-4-4 Mary F. Neff b 1854 in Mo.
-7-10-1 Temperance Wells b 1846 in Oh Stepchild.
-9-1-1 Adeline7 Martin b 1841 in Ohio Co W. Va. She married Richard Ewalt.
-9-1-2 Dorinda Martin b Aug 29, 1843 in Ohio d 1934 in Quincy Ill. Buried Lewistown Mo. Cem m Charles "Charlie" William Bowles Dec 19, 1858 in Lewis Co Mo son of Joseph Bowls and Judith Hinson.
-9-1-2-1 Liza Bowles m Emmet Glaves.
-9-1-2-2 Presley "Pres" Bowles
-9-1-2-2-1 Audrey Bowls.
-9-1-2-3 Noah Bowles b 1860 in Mo d 1904 in buried in Lewistown Cemitary. m Elizabeth Bowles.
-9-1-2-4 Alton Fisher Bowls b 1862 in Mo d Abt. 1892 in mo.
-9-1-2-5 Lot Lee Bowls b Dec 22, 1866 in Lewis Co Mo d Jul 1963 in Roseburg, Oregon bur Oakland, Ca m Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" English Jan 23, 1889, dau of William English and Sarah Tate
-9-1-2-5-1 Calvert Lee Bowles b May 03, 1890 d Aug 1969 in Oakland or
-9-1-2-5-1-1 Doris (Duck) Bowls m y Delbo.
-9-1-2-5-2 Floy Lucille Bowls b Dec 16, 1892
-9-1-2-5-2-1 Bernad10 Bowls. m Dorthy Bowls.
-9-1-2-5-3 Hazel Engish Bowls b Aug 8, 1895 in Lewistown, Mo. d Apr 21, 1969 in Oakland, Cam Guy Wilburt Schmidt, son of John Schmidt and Lora Roberts
-9-1-2-5-3-1 Elizabeth Schmidt b Jun 30, 1921 d Oct 1976 in Oakland ca..
-9-1-2-5-3-2 Elberta Hazel Schmidt b 1923.
-9-1-2-5-3-3 Wilburt "Smitty" Schmidt b , 1925.
-9-1-2-5-3-4 John Leonard Schmidt b , 1936 in Merrit Hosp. Oakland, Ca. d Jul 1987 in Antioch, California.
-9-1-2-5-4 Charles Edwin Bowles b Sep 15, 1897 d Feb 1986 in Arroyo Grande, Cam1 Roxy Sellars + 1 ch m2 Ruby Stafford.
-9-1-2-5-4-1 Charles Bowles.
-9-1-2-5-5 Winnie Elizabeth Bowls b Dec 25, 1899 m S. S. Blair.
-9-1-2-5-5-1 Sherwood Blair, died 1993 in San Luis Obispo.
-9-1-2-5-6 Barton Slane b Mar 26, 19021 d Sep 1983 in Winchester Or.1. m Peggy Slane.
-9-1-2-5-7 Wilma Katherine Bowls b Mar 25, 1904.
-9-1-2-5-8 Mildred Frances Bowls b Apr 28, 1906 d Feb 1982 m y Holloway.
-9-1-2-5-8-1 Richard Holloway
-9-1-2-5-8-2 Maurice Holloway
-9-1-2-5-9 Woodford Eugene Bowls b Jan 09, 1910 in Lewis Co Mo. d Jun 02, 1997 in San Louis Obispo, Ca m Lillian Margret Beck Jul 27, 1935.
-9-1-2-5-9-1 Karen Frances Bowls m y Gordon.
-9-1-2-5-9-2 xy Bowls, d 1970
-9-1-2-6 Ann Eliza Bowls b 1873 in Mo m Emmet Glaves.
-9-1-3 Presley Martin b 1846 in Ohio Co WV
-9-1-4 Cynthia Martin b 1849 in Iowa. She married C. Buckner.
-9-1-5 Leah Martin b 1852 in Iowa. She married H. Hawkins.
-9-1-6 Lot L. Martin b 1856 in Iowa.
-9-1-7 Ella Martin b 1861 in mo m Aft. 1880 Henery Koch.
-9-3-1 Eliza Wells b 1843 in OH.
-9-3-2 Charles Wells b 1844 in Oh.
-9-3-3 Temperance Wells b 1846 in Oh
-9-5-1 Mary Weekly b 1843
We12-1-1-5 Sarah Wells b Bet. 1755 - 1760 in Baltimore Co Md. d in Baltimore Co Md m Philip Walter in Baltimore Co Md.12. -1 Mary Walter.
-2 Susan Walter.
-3 William Walter.
-4 Charles Walter.
-5 Benjamin Walter.
-6 Rebbeca "Nacky" Walter.
-7 Henry Ann F. Walter.
-8 Jacob Walter.
We12-1-1-6 Nicholas Wells b Abt. 1757 in Baltimore Co Md.12 d Bef. 1794.
m Providence Talbot Oct 12, 1782 in Baltimore Co Md 12, dau of y Talbot.
-1 Sarah Wells.
We12-1-1-7 Ashsah (Nacky) Wells b Abt. 1759 in Baltimore Co Md.12 d Bet. Mar 25 1789 - 1790.
m Richard Talbott Aug 15, 1778 in Baltimore, Maryland140, son of Talbot.
-1 Benjamin Talbot.
-2 Absolom Talbot.
-3 Elizabeth "Betsy" Talbot.
-4 Nancy Talbot.
-5 Temperance Talbot.
-6 Ruth Talbot.
-7 Charles Talbot.
We12-1-1-8 William Wells b Jul 25, 1765 in Baltimore Co MD d Apr 29, 1840 in Stonehurst, Tyler Co W Va.
m1 Catherine Sellman 1787 in maybe Fort Pitt Ohio Co ?Va dau of Thomas Sellman and Ruth Shipley m2 Margaret Aukrom Oct 2, 1821.
-1 Caleb Wells b Oct 8, 1798. m1 Elizabeth Prather Wells + 10 ch dau of Charles Wells and Elizabeth Prather Pr6-1-1 m2 Nancy Ivers +2 ch
-2 Edith Wells b Oct 13, 1801 in va.
-3 John "Black or Curly" Wells b Mar 9, 1788 in Ohio Co Va d 1876 in MO m Sarah C Birkhead Apr 20, 1813 in Wheeling WVa.
-4 Benjamin Wells b Feb 28, 1789 d Apr 7, 1863 m Mary Ruffner Mar 21, 1821.
-5 Thomas Wells b May 27, 1790. m Mary Wheeler.
-6 Charles Wells b Oct 2, 1791 in Brook Co WV m Leah Wells 1815, dau of Absolom Wells and Michal Wells.
-7 Amon Wells b Dec 31, 1792. m Christina McKay.
-8 Joshua Wells b Jul 17, 1794.
-9 Absolom Wells b Nov 01, 1795 d Jan 9, 1837. m Thena Scott.
-10 Ruth Wells b Apr 10, 1797 d Aug 6, 1847 m John "Dusty" Wells, son of Absolom Wells and Michal Wells.
-11 Amanda5 Wells b 1822.
-12 Oliver Phelps Wells b 1826 d Dec 1862 in Sistersville, Tyler Co WV

-6-1 Dorinda (Dee) Wells b Sep 24, 1815 in WV d Dec 19, 1893 in Labelle Cemetary Lewis Co Mo..
-6-2 George Wells b Bet. 1815 - 1820.
-6-3 James Craig Wells b 1818 in Va d Sep 27, 1880.
-6-4 Unknown Wells b Bet. 1820 - 1825.
-6-5+ 234 v. Michal Wells b Sep 25, 1821 d Dec 26, 1845 in buried Harter Cem. Hannibal Monroe Co OH.
-6-6 Unknown Wells b Bet. 1825 - 1830.
-6-7 Action Wells b 1831 in Va.
-10-1 Narcissa Wells b Jul 12, 1818 d Jun 26, 1898. She married Unknown Corbley Apr 02, 1837.
-10-2 Absolom Wells b 1820 d 1881.
-10-3 Benjamin Wells b 1823 d 1902.
-10-4 Caleb Wells b 1825. m Priscilla Conaway.
-10-5 Bazeleel Wells b 1826 d 1848.
-10-6 Katherine B. Wells b 1828 d 1886. She married B. O. Coburn.
-10-7 Mary R. Wells b 1830 d Nov 14, 1918.
-10-8 Amon Wells b Abt. 1833.
-10-9 John M Wells b 1835.
-10-10+ 246 x. Achsah Wells b Oct 01, 1831 d Jan 06, 1914.
We12-1-1-9 Caleb Wells b 1771 in baltimore Co Md 12 d 1861 in Morgan Co Ohio12.
m1 Rebecca Moore m2 Mary Adams.
-1 Samuel Wells.
-2 Nacky Wells.
-3 William Wells.
-4 Ann Wells.
-5 Sarah Wells.
We12-1-1-10 Amon Wells b 1762 in Baltimore Co Md d Jun 27, 1829 in Brooke Co WV m1 Ruth Wells + 8 ch dau of Francis Wells and Ann Tevis. m2 Ruth Wells 1785, dau of Francis Wells and Ann Tevis. -1 Achsah Wells m y Downland/Downend
-2 Robert Wells
-3 Francis Wells
-4 Nancy Wells d Abt. 1829 m y Wells.
-5 Rebecca Wells
-6 Caleb Wells d Bef. 1829 m Rebecca
-7 Susanna Wells d Bet. 1839 - 1840 m Samuel Dickson.
-8 Temperance Wells d Sep 23, 1830.

-4-1. Mehala Wells.
-6-1. Margaret Wells.
-6-2 William C. Wells.