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  • ID: I116034623
  • Name: Mars Mareen DUVALL
  • Given Name: Mars Mareen
  • Surname: Duvall
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1625 in Nantes, Bretagne, France
  • Death: 5 Aug 1694 in Middle Plantation, Anne Arundel Co., MD
  • Note:
    Maureen Duvall


    Name: Mareen "The Emmigrant" DUVALL
    * Sex: M
    * Birth: ABT. 1625 in Nantes,Bretagne,France
    * Death: 5 AUG 1694 in Middle Plantation, Anne Arundel County,
    Maryland
    * Emigration: 1655 To Maryland
    * Note:
    MAREEN DUVALL, merchant and planter, a Huguenot refugee, came to Anne
    Arundel County, Maryland, about the year 1655, and settled on the
    south side of the South River, upon a tract of land of several
    hundred acres, which was patented to him, by Lord Baltimore, by the
    name of "Laval." He was b. about 1630-5; d. at his home, "Middle
    Plantation," on South River, Anne Arundel County, August, 1694,
    leaving a will whereby he devised to his widow and children several
    thousand acres of land, silver plate, etc., etc.; he m. (firstly) ----
    ----; m. (secondly) [p.143] Susanna (----), who d. about 1692; m.
    (thirdly) Mary STANTON, who d. between 1761 and 1782; she m.
    (secondly) Col. Henry RIDGELY1, and m. (thirdly) Rev. Jacob
    HENDERSON, Rector of Queen Ann's Parish, Prince George's County,
    Maryland. Mareen DUVALL contributed to the public cost of an
    expedition against the Nanticoke Indians in 1678; appointed by the
    General Assembly of Maryland, in 1683, a Commissioner to purchase
    sites and lay out towns, etc., etc., and was a prominent and useful
    citizen of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
    Mareen DUVALL was a man of prominence in the life of the Province,
    having been one of those, who in 1678 joined in the expedition
    against the Nanticoke Indians, and who in 1683 was appointed by the
    Governor and General Assembly, a Commissioner to purchase sites and
    lay out towns. He d. in 1694, and by his will gave to his dau. Mary,
    a large tract of land on South River, in Anne Arundel County. Mary
    HALL survived her husband and left a large landed estate to her
    children. St. James' Parish Register shows Henry HALL and his wife
    Mary.
    AN AMERICAN ARMORY
    DUVALL: A chev bet in chief 2 pierced mullets and in base an axe.
    Crest: a lion pass per pale and holding in the paws a shield of the
    arms.
    Motto: Pro patria
    Seal of Mareen DuVall of Anne Arundel County, Maryland 1659.
    Richardson's Sidelights on Maryland History vol. 2 pages 94-96.
    A celebrated Huguenot, Mareen DuVall, emigrated from Nantes, under
    Colonel William Burgess, in the middle of the seventeenth century,
    settling in Anne Arundel County, Md., where he became a prosperous
    merchant and planter. His name is found in colonel Greenberry's
    letter to Governor Copley, as one of the Jacobin party, whose
    mysterious meetings he could not solve. His will was probated 1694.
    He was married three times. A son Lewis DuVall, married, 1699,
    Martha, the only daughter of Robert Ridgely, the colonist of St.
    Inigoes, and their daughter Elizabeth, married her cousin, William
    Ridgely, whose daughter, Martha, married Henry Gaither. Their son,
    Daniel, married Henrietta Riggs. Captain John DuVall, another son of
    Mareen DuVall, died 1711. He was Captain in the Maryland militia
    1696. He married 1686 Elizabeth, the daughter of William Jones. Sr.,
    a Justice of Anne Arundel County, Md. 1676. Their daughter,
    Elizabeth, married Benjamin, the youngest son of Captain Richard
    Warfield, and their daughter, Eleanor, married Caleb Dorsey. He
    mentioned as follows:
    To dau. Elliz. 375 acres "Bowdell's Choice" in Calvert County
    .........To son Benjamin 200 acres "Howerton's Range", Calvert County

    Father: Thomas DUVALL b: ABT. 1600 in France
    Mother: Nicola STAGARD

    Marriage 1 Mary BOUTH b: BEF. 1661
    Children
    1. John DUVALL
    2. Lewis DUVALL
    3. Eleanor DUVALL
    4. Mareen "The Elder" DUVALL b: 1661 in South River Hundred, Anne
    Arundel County, Maryland
    5. Samuel DUVALL b: 1665 in Middle Plantation, Anne Arundel County,
    Maryland

    Marriage 2 Susanna BRASSEUR b: ABT. 1655 in Nansemond County,
    virginia
    * Married: ABT. 1673 in Maryland
    Children
    1. Mareen "the Younger" DUVALL b: 1680 in Middle Plantation




    Father: Massoit-Marriott DUVAL b: Abt 1600 in St. Lawrence, St. Aubin, France
    Mother: Margaret ORBIN b: in St. Aubin, France

    Marriage 1 Mary Parran SOUTH b: 1634 in VA
    • Married: 1658 in Anne Arundel Co., MD
    Children
    1. Has Children Lewis DUVALL b: 1663 in Ann Arundel Co., MD
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