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  • ID: I44390
  • Name: Benjamin Shipley
  • Given Name: Benjamin
  • Surname: Shipley
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 6 Aug 1749-1751 in Maryland
  • Note: Name: Benjamin Shipley Father: Richard Shipley Shipley Mother: Keturah Barnes Birth Date: 6 Aug 1751 City: St Anne County: Anne Arundel State: MD Country: USA
  • Death: 22 Jul 1828
  • _UID: 7D56EF0CCE31454D808B16DE3AE773F2E4CE
  • Change Date: 8 Feb 2013 at 13:15
  • Note:
    Benjamin, son of Richard and Mary Shipley, born on August 5, 1751 (1749), married Agnes Short in Baltimore County, Saint John's Parish (1st Presbyterian Church of Baltimore), Maryland (could this be the other Benjamin?) on December 12, 1776

    Benjamin, born on August 5, 1751, married Amelia, daughter of Leonard and Hammatul (Hammond) Hobbs, in Baltimore County, Maryland on August 13, 1791 (reported by a minister), and died in Anne Arundel (now Howard) County, Maryland on July 22, 1828 (McKendree Cemetery). Amelia was born in 1769, and died in Howard County, Maryland on July 30, 1859 (McKendree Cemetery).

    On May 15, 1778, he sent Arthur Dorsey of Scotland to serve in the Revolution as his substitute for the term of the war. On October 19, 1779, he and his brother, John, received 150 acres called The Meadow from their father, Richard. He was taxed in Anne Arundel County, Elk Ridge Hundred, Maryland in 1783 (adjacent Henry and Adam Shipley), and resided there in 1790 (1-5-3 (adjacent Adam and Mary Shipley)), 1798 (taxed on part of Woodford, adjacent Daniel Elliot, 1 log dwelling 16' square 1 story; 1 log kitchen 16' square, 1 log smoke house 8'x10', 1 log corn house 8'x10'; and 1 log tobacco house 16' square), 1800 (22101-31110), 1810 (02001-41110), and January 1820 (District 5 100101-21201).

    On May 13/14, 1784, Benjamin Shipley of Anne Arundel County, wheelwright, and son of Richard deceased deeded his interest in 150 acres of The Meadow to Charles Carroll of Carrollton for 5 shillings, because the mortgage was now due, and 70£ 12s was still outstanding on the balance. In this record, Benjamin states that his brother, John "died intestate and without issue, whereby whereby the equitable title to the whole of the said mortgaged premises has devolved on Benjamin Shipley, party to these presents, the eldest brother of the whole blood of the said John Shipley" (witnessed by J.G. Worthington and Jeremiah Lansdale). On May 13, 1784, he sent a letter to Charles Carroll of Carrollton containing an extract of a deed for 150 acres in Anne Arundel County called The Meadow. On July 22, 1786, Charles Hammond deeded Leonard Hobbs 105 acres of a tract called Woodford, adjacent Benjamin Shipley.

    He purchased a lot in the town of West Boston (now Burgettstown), Washington County, Pennsylvania from George Burgett in March 1801. He purchased 76.5 acres called Mt. Pleasant Enlarged in Carroll County, Maryland from Benjamin Hood on September 29, 1804 (adjacent Caleb Shipley, and Whipp's Purchase). On November 21, 1804, Benjamin purchased 92 acres called Radius in Washington County, Smith Township, Pennsylvania from the widow of Sebastian Burgett, and Benjamin and Amelia sold the tract to John Shipley, on November 17, 1808. On July 2, 1808, Benjamin deeded his sons, Richard and Caleb, Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Pleasant Enlarged in Carroll County. Charles Hammond Jr. sued Benjamin Shipley Jr. and Sr. of Anne Arundel County for an injunction against removing timber on January 5, 1821.

    Benjamin's will was written on November 19, 1827, and probated in Anne Arundel County on July 31, 1829 (witnessed by John Norwood, Isaac C. Anderson, and Leonard Hobbs). Amelia resided in Anne Arundel County (in 1830 (District 6 1m 15/20, 1f 15/20, 1f 50/60). Amelia's will was written on February 4, 1847, and probated in Howard County on August 2, 1859. The text, Shipley's of Maryland, state Benjamin's first wife was Rachel Frost and they had sons John, Caleb, Richard, Benjamin, Francis, and 3 daughters. The marriage to Rachel Frost is innacurate, and the list of children remains unconfirmed (except for John, Richard, Benjamin, Caleb, and Elizabeth).

    The texts say he married Amelia Hobbs, and having Henry (unproven), Nathan (unproven), Joshua, Elizabeth, Hammutal, Amelia, Eliza, Mary Ann, Rachel, Margaret, and Lucy (unproven). This list is partially confirmed by Benjamin and/or Amelia's will, that apprears to list their children as Elizabeth Warfield, Eliza Hipsley (m. Charles), Joshua H., Amelia Shipley (m. Samuel), Mary Hipsley, Hammutal Robosson (m. O'Neal), Rachel Becklay, and Margaret Ann. Benjamin and his son, Henry were buried on his farm near route 32 (later owned by Dr. Luke Mercier Shipley), and their tombstones were moved to Dr. Shipley's lot in a churchyard (McKendree Cemetery) near West Friendship, Maryland).

    Benjamin Shipley will (1827) Anne Arundel County Probate Records, 1780 39:385, Anne
    Arundel County, Maryland, FHL film no.13244.

    Amelia Shipley will (1847), Howard County Wills, 1840 p.432, Howard County, Md. FHLfilm no. 14134. Reference document 14

    Reamy, Bill and Martha , "Records of St. Paul's Parish:the Anglican Church Records of
    Baltimore and Lower Baltimore County." Westminster, Maryland:Family Line Pub., c1988 p.64

    "The Shipleys of Maryland:a study of the Descendants of Adam Shipley."Baltimore,
    MD;Gateway Press, 2002. Vol. 1, pp.48

    Benjamin Children
    Keith states

    John, born in 1776, married Lydia Day in Washington County, Pennsylvania about 1799, and died in Washington County, Smith Township, Pennsylvania on April 13, 1862 (86y). She was born in New Jersey in 1779, and died in Washington County, Smith Township on April 2?, 1860 (81y). According to county histories, he was born about 12 miles from Baltimore, and moved to Washington County at age 21. He was a Whig, and member of the Methodist Episcpal Church. He purchased 92 acres called Radius in Washington County, Smith Township, Pennsylvania from Benjamin and Amelia Shipley on November 17, 1808, and eventually had a farm of 135 acres. He served in the War of 1812. He resided in Washington County, Smith Township, Pennsylvania in 1798 (house and 156 acre tract), 1800 (tax and census 00100-00100), 1810 (40010-20010), 1820 (421210-01010), 1830, 1840, 1850 (73y), and 1860 (84y). They are buried in Tucker United Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Washington County, Hanover Township, Florence, Pennsylvania

    son (Francis?), born about 1780, and was alive in 1800

    Richard, born about 1782, married Anna Maria Howard in Baltimore County on February 11, 1804, and died in Carroll County, Maryland in 1816. She was born on February 27, 1775, and died in Carroll County on January 15, 1857 (Wesley Chapel Cemetery). In 1837, Richardís heirs deeded his land to John Wadlow. On March 27/June 17, 1837, Howard, Samuel, and Richard Shipley (and wife Ellen) sold 76.5 acres of this tract to John Wadlow. Maria (Howard) Shipley released her dower on 120 acres of Mt. Pleasant Enlarged to John Wadlow on December 2/12, 1837. On August 14, 1837/January 27, 1838, Daniel E. Shipley and with Millicent deeded 76 acres of Mt. Pleasant Enlarged to John Wadlow

    Caleb, born in 1787, married Anna Mercier in Howard County, Maryland on June 20, 1809, and died in Baltimore County, Maryland in 1859. She was born in 1786, and died in 1864. He resided in Baltimore (now Carroll) County, Lower Delaware Hundred in 1800 (10100-00100), and Anne Arundel County (District 5) in 1820. They are buried in McKendree Cemetery

    Elizabeth, born in 1790, married Seth Warfield in Baltimore County, 1st Methodist Episcopal Church of Baltimore on January 1, 1811, and died in Howard County on January 16, 1842. He was born in 1791, and died in Howard County about 1851

    Henry, born in 1792, and died on June 26, 1815 (McKendree Cemetery).

    Eliza, born in 1796, and married Charles G. Hipsley in Baltimore County on March 22, 1817, and died in Howard County on May 16, 1875. He was born in 1791, and died in Howard County on September 20, 1860

    Nathan, born on October 16, 1797, married Maria Hawkins on April 1, 1821, and died in Howard County, Lisbon, Maryland on March 2, 1865.

    -Hammutal, born about 1801, and married OíNeil Robosson in Baltimore County on April 22, 1823. They resided in Allegheny County McKeesport, Pennsylvania.

    -Amelia Amanda, born in 1803, and married Samuel E., son of Duncan and Cassandra (Chew) Shipley, in Baltimore County on May 15, 1822, and died in Hancock County, Butler, West Virginia between 1870 and 1880. He was born on July 25, 1800, and died on October 4, 1874. He resided in Washington County, Smith Township, Pennsylvania in 1830 (3m 5/10, 1m20/30, 1m30/30, 3f-5, 1f5/10, 1f20/30); Brooke County, West Virginia in 1840; and Hancock County, West Virginia in 1850, 1860 (Paris, Pennsylvania P.O.), and 1870.

    -Mary Ann, born on March 15, 1806, married Freeborn George, son of Caleb and Margaret (Frost) Hipsley, in Baltimore County on December 15, 1827, and died in Howard County on March 21, 1891. He was born in Maryland on July 10, 1798, and died in Howard County, Ellicot Mills, Maryland on April 5, 1870. They are buried in Mountain View Cemetery in West Friendship.

    -Rachel, born in 1810, and married John Mams Beckley in Baltimore County on December 11, 1829.

    -Joshua Hobbs, born on November 20, 1811, married Mary Ann Robosson on February 10, 1831, and died in Carroll County, Freedom, Maryland on April 6, 1880. She was born on November 28, 1811, and died on March 22, 1890. He resided in Carroll County in 1850, 1860, and 1870.

    -Margaret Ann, born about 1813, and married Thomas Robosson in Baltimore on June 18, 1831

    Thank you Keith Dull kdull@ashland.edu

    Father: Richard Shipley b: 1709 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    Mother: Mary

    Marriage 1 Agnes Short (?)
    • Married: Abt 1770 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    • Change Date: 24 Nov 2011
    1. Has Children Richard Ayres Shipley b: Abt 1772 in Maryland
    2. Has No Children Benjamin Shipley b: 1775 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    3. Has No Children John Shipley b: 1776 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    4. Has No Children Francis Shipley b: Abt 1780
    5. Has No Children Lucy Shipley b: Abt 1786 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    6. Has No Children Amelia Shipley
    7. Has No Children Caleb Shipley
    8. Has No Children Henry Shipley b: 1792 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    9. Has No Children Elizabeth Shipley b: 1790 in Anne Arundel , Maryland

    Marriage 2 Amelia Hobbs b: Abt 1764 in Maryland
    • Married: 13 Aug 1791 in Baltimore, Maryland
    • Note: Name: Benjamin Shipley Gender: Male Marriage Date: 13 Aug 1791 Spouse: Amelia Hobb Spouse Gender: Male County: Baltimore County
    • Change Date: 8 Feb 2013
    1. Has No Children Nathan Shipley b: 16 Oct 1797 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    2. Has No Children Joshua Shipley
    3. Has No Children Hamutal Shipley b: Abt 1801 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    4. Has No Children Eliza Shipley b: 1796 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    5. Has No Children Mary Ann Shipley b: 15 Mar 1806 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    6. Has No Children Amelia Amanda Shipley b: 1803 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    7. Has No Children Rachel Shipley b: 1810 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    8. Has No Children Joshua Hobbs Shipley b: 20 Nov 1811 in Anne Arundel , Maryland
    9. Has No Children Margaret Ann Shipley b: Abt 1813 in Anne Arundel , Maryland

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