THE ALEXANDERS of NEW MUNSTER Maryland

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  • ID: I6254
  • Name: David T. WALLACE
  • Given Name: David T.
  • Surname: Wallace
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 621C910A75C9234B88216394C8C407ADA5D8
  • Note: SOURCE: 1722 PETITIONERS OF NEW MUNSTER CIRCA 1722 TO LORD BALTIMORE. (They stated their belief that Maryland was their proper place of residence not Pennsylvania) Joseph Alexander, James Alexander, David Alexander, James Alexander farmer (one who died in 1717, son of Samuel), James Alexander, tanner (son of Joseph), Elias Alexander, Moses Alexander, Arthur Alexander, Mathew Wallace, Jane Wallace (widow), David Wallace, John Wallace, Mathew Wallace jr., Cornelius Vanzant, George Vansant, James McLuse, Adam Rinkin, John Garrison, William Pendergrass and James Tailor, [SOURCE: Calvert Papers, Maryland historical Soc. Manuscript Division MS 174, Microfilm No. 6 Document no 279.]
  • Birth: ABT 1680 in Somerset Co., MD.
  • Note:
    From: "Don Wallace"
    To:
    Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 4:34 AM
    Subject: Re: Wallaces
    The established children of the of Matthew Wallace that married Elizabeth Alexander and who was working lands in Cecil County as early as the1680s.
    John Wallace born in 1687
    David Wallace from whom I rather conclusively descend.
    Matthew Wallace, Jr., of the New Munster tract were brothers of David Wallace and that a
    Richard Wallace who apparently remained in Somerset County was another brother. I conclude the Catherine Wallace that married William Alexander, Jr. was still another sibling.
    The David Wallace from whom I descend did not move to the South. He and his descendants moved: Somerset County, MD Cecil County, MD>Murderkill Hundred, DE>Williamsville, VA>Clark Co., OH about 1800. We still own the farm of the Wallace family that moved to Ohio.
    JWG "David Wallace and his wife Barbara Fleming in Kent Co., DE, in 1745 and Cecil County, MD, in 1736. JWG also identified a 1704 registration by Matthew Wallace in Somerset Co., MD, of a cattlemark to David Wallace, his son. This registration identifies a Richard Wallace as the youngest son of Matthew. Richard Wallace is, therefore, a brother of the David Wallace from whom I descend. The cattlemark is identical to a cattlemark Matthew Wallace recorded in Somerset County in 1692. The Matthew Wallace that registered the cattlemark in 1692 is generally accepted as the Matthew Wallace from Somerset County that married #501 Elizabeth Alexander, began working lands “at the head of the Bay” in the 1680s and is associated with the acquisition of the Munster Tract in the early 1700s. JWG identifies a number of other children that may be associated with this Matthew Wallace as the family went forward
    JWG "On 6 September 1704, Matthew Wallis registered his cattle mark for a son,David Wallis, and also for his youngest son, Richard Wallace, as "crop on the right ear, and underbitt on the left ear."10 This is the same cattle mark which Matthew previously recorded for himself on 16 November 1692.11"
    Jean Wallace Gayle's footnotes numbers 10 and 11 follow:
    "10. Somerset IKL, p. 39 [MSA c1743, MdHR 6950-4, 1-45-14}."
    "11. Somerset Count. MD Land Records, Liber IKL, p. 20; FHL
    microfilm #14363"
    Peden "p. 33 Petitioners of New Munster Circa 1722 to Lord Baltimore
    They state their belief that Maryland was their proper place of residence, not Pennsylvia:
    Joseph Alexander, James Alexander, David Alexander,James Alexander (farmer), James Alexander (tanner), Elias Alexander, Moses Alexaner, Arthur Alexander, Mathew Alexander, Jane Wallace (widow), David Wallace, John Wallace,Matthew Wallace,June Wallace (widow), David Wallace, John Wallace, Matthew Wallace jr., Corneilus Vansant, George Vansant,James McLuse, Adam Rinkin, John Gemison, William Pendergrass, and James Tailor,
    (Ref. Calvert Papers, Maryland Historical Society, MS 174, Microfilm # 6, Document # 279)
    1 2 3
  • Death: 1751 in Kent Co., DE



    Mother: Elizabeth ALEXANDER b: ABT 1650 in Raphoe also called Convoy, Donegal, Ulster, Ireland

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Peden, Inhabitants of Cecil County
      Title: Henry C.Peden, Jr; Inhabitants of Cecil County 1649-1774"

      Author: Henry C.Peden, Jr
      Publication: AnnapolisMaryland Hall of Records
      FAMILY LINE PUBLICATIONS Rear 63 E. Main Street Westminster, Maryland 21157 1994

      Text: Alexanders and related names
      LAND PATENTS AND CERTIFICATES IN CECIL CO. 1649-1774 INHABITANTS OF CECIL COUNTY MARYLAND BY HENRY C PEDEN
      Andrew Alexander-1753-Alexander's Chance- 67 acres (son of Samuel?)
      Mark Alexander-1769-Alexander's Lot 109 acres (son of Moses?)
      David Alexander-1769 Alexander's Lot 11 1/2 acres (son of Samuel or Martin?)
      Martin Alexander and Francis Alexander 1732 Alexandria 130 acres (sons of Samuel)
      Certificate in the name of Samuel Alexander and John Holtham.
      John Passmore 1765 Addition to Consent 51 acres
      NATURALIZATIONS 1660-1729
      Augustine Herman born in Prag, Bohemia, Anna Herman, daughter of Augustine Herman. Casparus Herman, Ephrim and Georgius Herman sons of, and Judith Herman Francina and Margarita Herman dau of Augustine----Naturalized May 8 1669---- mostly Dutch citizens.
      PETITIONERS OF NEW MUNSTER CIRCA 1722 TO LORD BALTIMORE. (They stated their belief that Maryland was their proper place of residence not Pennsylvania)
      Joseph Alexander, James Alexander, David Alexander, James Alexander farmer (one who died in 1717, son of Samuel), James Alexander, tanner (son of Joseph), Elias Alexander, Moses Alexander, Arthur Alexander, Mathew Wallace, Jane Wallace (widow), David Wallace, John Wallace, Mathew Wallace jr., Cornelius Vanzant, George Vansant, James McLuse, Adam Rinkin, John Garrison, William Pendergrass and James Tailor, (Ref. Calvert Papers, Maryland historical Soc. Manuscript Division MS 174, Microfilm No. 6 Document no 279.
      Religious Oaths taken in St Mary Ann's P. E. Church 1742-1774 --"I do declare that I do believe that there is not any trans-substantiation in The Sacrament of the Lords Supper or in the Elements of Bread and Wine at or atter the Consecration thereof by any person whatsoever." (What does this mean?)
      Signed in 1772 ---Richard Dobson (Is this Dobbins?)
      List of Amerciaments (Persons owing Court Costs in 1773-Ref. MHSociety MS 231
      John Alexander
      Overseers of Roads Appointed in 1770
      James Wallace
      Michael Wallace
      Constables Appointed in 1770
      Elie Alexander (Back Creek)----Is this Elias Alexander?
      Constable Andrew Pearce's List of Persons paid for squirrel Scalps and Crows heads burnt in November. 1761
      John Dobin, Nathan Dobson, Daniel Pearce, Andrew Pearce
      Constable William Bordley's list of person's paid for squirrel burnt in November 1761
      ---m Vansandt, _ orge (George?) Vansandt, ---s. Vansandt, ---ret Vansandt (Garret).
      Constable Elihu Halls's list paid for squirrel scalps destroyed in Nov. 1761
      William Galasbie Sr, William Galasbie, Jr.
      Pg. 125 Taxable Persons in Cecil Co. in 1752 pg. 5 of 10, John Alexander pg 4, David Alexander and Elias Alexander, Thomas Brevard. (Did David and Elias own land together?)
      Arthur Alexander-L.100 -Batchelor list July 10 1759, St Amary's PE Parish-also in 1761 Arthur Alexander So. Susquehanna Hundred L200-1765, North Susus. Hundred Arthur Alexander 1766 taxed)
      Mary Alexander-Milford Hundred L100,
      Taxables in 1761 in Middle Neck Hundred: (Includes many names of Negroes).
      John Dobin, James Stele
      Taxables in 1761 in North Sassafras Hundred:
      George Vansandt, Garret Vansandt (These Vansandts originally lived in New Munster)
      Persons who helped build Bohemia Plantation between 1735-1761 Compiled from Bohemia Day book by Old Bohemia Historical Soc. In 1976 (This gives many names with their professions.
      Ann Taylor 1744
      Cornelius Vansant--- smith
      Taxables in South Susquehanna Hundred in 1759
      Arthur Alexander; John Allexander
      A list of Tenaments on Bohemia Manor in 1768:
      Richard Wallace, Ephrim Augustus Herman
      County Debt Books 1734-1766: Names, Tracts, Years
      Alexander, Andrew --Hispaniola, Bullens Range, Newcastle Back Landing, Blankensteins Park Resurveyed 1739-1758
      Alexander, Arthur-New Munster 1734-1761
      Alexander, David - --New Munster, Sligo, Bullens Range, Hispaniola-1734-1766
      Alexander, Elias-New Munster, Slate Hill-1734, 1760 (Was Slate Hill a part of New Munster?)
      Alexander, Ephraim-no tract listed-1734 (whose line?)
      Alexander, Francis-Sligo, Alexandria 1734-1761
      Alexander, Isaac-Blankensteen Park Resurveyed 1754-1761 (Is Isaac a son of above Andrew?)
      Alexander, James-New Munster 1734-1766
      Alexander, James (farmer) 1739 (son of Joseph?)
      Alexander, James Jr. -New Munster 1739, 1766 (son of James the weaver)
      Alexander, John- New Munster-1739-1766 (This may be the John of Chester Co. or a son of the original John and Barbary of Somerset. A John Alexander is found in 1718 land deeds of Cecil Co. Md owning land in New Munster.)
      Alexander, Joseph-no tract listed
      Alexander, Joseph-New Munster 1734-1763
      Alexander, Martin-Sligoe-1734-1763 (Son of Samuel)
      Alexander, Mary- Sligoe-1734, 1760 (Prob. Mary the widow of James A. who died 1717)
      Alexander, Moses Sligoe 1734-1766
      Alexander, Samuel-Sligoe 1734,1760
      Alexander, William-- no tract listed 1734, 1739, 1760

      Additional Data I have from Henry C.Peden, Jr; "Inhabitants of Cecil County 1649-1774"
      Alexanders data in this Document :
      Land Patents and Certificates in Cecil county (1649-1774)
      p. 3 Alexander, Andrew- 1749 - "Blackenstine Park" - 170 acres
      p. 7 Alexander, David - 1724 - "David's Purchase" - 296 acres
      p. 14 Alexander, James - 1724- "James' Inheritance" - 170 acres, Joseph - 1724 "Joseph and James' Settlement" - 710 acres
      p. 44 Taxables in 1761 in North Milford Hundred Alexander's : "James and negroes Pompy, Jeson, Hannah, Moriah and Jula.---------- John, Theophilis"
      p. 46 Taxables in 1761 in Back Creek Hundred Alexanders listed: "Susannah, James, Aaron, Jessy, Amos, (slave Permelia), Moses, David"
      p. 50 Colonial Militia of Cecil Co. in 1740 Troops under command of Capt. Thomas Johnson "Alexander's...John and Joseph"
      p. 55 Fines due to the Lord Proprietary 1767.. "David Alexander for beating his servant too much"
      p. 66 Constable Geo Catto's list of persons paid for Squirrel scalps burnt in the year 1761 Alexander's: Sushana, Mosses, David, Eli."
      p. 125 Taxable persons in Cecil Co in 1752 "Alexander's: David, Elias and John"
      p. 133 Early Inhabitants of Cecil Co
      Alexander, James (farmer) 1714
      Alexander, Arthur (farmer) 1714
      Alexander, David (weaver) 1714
      Alexander, Joseph (tanner) 1714
      Alexander, Mary..widow of James Alexander 1718



      Quality: 3
    2. Abbrev:
      Title: From: "Don Wallace"
      To:
      Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 4:34 AM
      Subject: Re: Wallaces
      Text:
      The established children of the of Matthew Wallace that married Elizabeth Alexander and who was working lands in Cecil County as early as the1680s.
      John Wallace born in 1687
      David Wallace from whom I rather conclusively descend.
      Matthew Wallace, Jr., of the New Munster tract were brothers of David Wallace and that a
      Richard Wallace who apparently remained in Somerset County was another brother. I conclude the Catherine Wallace that married William Alexander, Jr. was still another sibling.
    3. Abbrev: JWG Jean Wallace Gayle (JWG)
      Title: In 1993, Jean Wallace Gayle (JWG) wrote and published an article, The Early Wallaces of Somerset County, Maryland. This article is found in the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, Spring, 1993, v. 34, No. 2. JWG identified a 1745 Chancery Court of Somerset County, MD, that places the mentioned Data
      Text: Jean Wallace Gayle descends from John Wallace and #451 Esther Alexander, daughter of #275 Elias Alexander. This Elias Alexander once owned land in the Munster tract.
      JWG is, also, a co-author with William Wallace Barton, of the privately published 1996 book, SIX WALLACE BROTHERS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, FROM CHANCEFORD TOWNSHIP, YORK COUNTY, PA IN THE MID-18TH CENTURY.

      Quality: 1

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