Name: Plummer IIAMS
Birth: 6 AUG 1718 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Death: 26 NOV 1792
Will: 18 FEB 1792 Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Per email message from Lida Merz, 01-18-1999: "Quaker Records of Southern Maryland," p.32 - Plummer Ijams witness at wedding of Francis Pierpont and Sarah Richardson 19, 11 mos., 1737; also John Ijams."
Per email message from Rose Mangan, 01-24-1999: "Plummer and Ruth did have slaves on their tobacco plantations, so I'm not sure if they were Quakers or not."
Records, St. James Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland:
"William Ijems and Elisabeth parents of John and Plummer - bapt. 6 Aug 1718."
"Will of Plummer Ijams, Anne Arundel Co.; written 18 Feb 1792/3; probated 4 Jan 1793; To wife Ruth the dwelling plantation (parts of "Bridge Hill" and "Doden"); if she remarried, then only her 1/3 and at her decease to son Plummer; To daus. Elizabeth Drury and Ann Drury, slaves and other personalty; Wit: John Jacob, Isaac Ijams."
Hmmmm - Plummer from Wales to Frederick Co?????
"Remembered in this land," by Lois I Hartman
Plummer Ijams immigrated from Wales to Frederick County, Maryland between 1650 and 1660. Includes James and related families. Film Location: FHL US/CAN Film 1036118 Item 6
3.) "Springer and related family genealogical collection," Florence Springer Davenport; Includes Springer, Evans, Iliff, Axline, Nichols, King, Reece, Ijams, Davenport, Duvall, Swarts, and related families. Charles (Carl) Christopher Springer (1658-1738) was born in Stockholm, Sweden, son of Christopher and Beata Sallina Springer. He was kidnapped and sent to Virginia and later married Maria Hincricsdotter in Wilmington, Delaware. Thomas Ijams moved to Fairfield County, Ohio from Maryland ca. 1790 to 1800. Lewis and Sarah Wheeler Duvall lived in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Sarah later moved to Ross County, Ohio, ca. 1806. Thomas Nichols (1765-1835) married Martha Carter (1777-1822) in Virginia. They later moved to Ohio. Family members lived in California, New York, Ohio, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Maryland, Iowa, Colorado, and elsewhere.
Location Film: FHL US/CAN Film 2055165 Item 5
Plummer Iiams. Bridge Hills, pt, 93 acres. AA Road River Hundred, p. 4. MSA S 1161-1-12 1/4/5/44
Plummer Iiams. Dodon. AA Road River Hundred, p. 4. MSA S 1161-1-12 1/4/5/44
Maryland Colonial Census, 1776:
Name: Plummer Iiams
Parish: All Hallows Parish
County: Anne Arundel
Other Residents: 2 wh.males, 2 wh.females, 1 wh.child, 3 black males, 3 black females, 9 black children, 8 taxable
Father: William IIAMS II b: 1670 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Mother: Elizabeth PLUMMER b: 5 MAY 1678 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Ruth CHILDS b: 28 JAN 1723/24 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
in All Hallow's Church, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Sent to me by Marilyn Roth, email of 10/20/2000:
NEWMAN's AA Gentry: Plummer IJAMS (1716-1792) m. Ruth CHILDS Their daughter Elizabeth, b. 3 D 1750, m. Wm. DRURY; Margaret b. 1 Oct. 1753, m. Jonathan SELBY, & Ann IJAMS, b. 2 July 1759, m. Samuel DRURY.
- Plummer IIAMS II b: 29 OCT 1749
- Elizabeth IIAMS b: 3 DEC 1750
- Margaret IIAMS b: 31 OCT 1753
- John IIAMS b: 25 JUN 1756
- Ann IIAMS b: ABT 2 JUL 1759 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland