Name: Mary Wakelin
Given Name: Mary
Change Date: 7 Sep 2005
Birth: ABT 1690
p. 163, Charles County Land Records, Volume III
Liber H#2, Page 227
8 Apr 1719; Recorded at request of Elizabeth Noble:
28 Mar 1719; William White and Mary his wife of Stafford Co., Virginia, appoint Henry Brett, planter, as atty. to make over unto Elizabeth Noble, spinster, part of a tract called Green Chance; being 100 acres that Richard Wakelin left his dau. Mary Waklin; /s/ William White, Mary White (mark); wit. John Posey (mark), Francis Dunnington (mark); proved by witnesses
Liber H*2, Page 228
8 Apr 1719; Recorded at request of Elizabeth Noble:
28 Mar 1719; Indenture from William White of Stafford Co., Virginia, and Mary his wife, to Elizabeth Noble; for 7 head of cattle and 8,000* tobacco; 100 acres of land, part of a tract called Green Chance, being the plantation where Richard Wakelin lived and left in his will to his dau. Mary Wakelin; /s/ William White, Mary White (mark); wit. John Posey (mark), Francis Dunnington (mark); 7 Apr Henry Brett ack. deed
The Anne Miller, formerly Anne White, mentioned in the will of Elizabeth Wakelin, may be important to proving who was Elizabeth. Notice the deed abstracts above that show Mary Wakelin, wife of William White, sells land to Elizabeth Noble.
"Charles County, MD., My Colonial Realtions plus Others" by Mary Lousie Donnelly
Elizabeth ____ Beck (widow of Richard Beck-NJL) m. 2nd: George Brett (Britt) who was in C.C. by 5/5/1673.
His will was written 2/26/1704.
Named wife Elizabeth
Named dau. Susanna Noble b. abt. 1677; m. John Noble, Jr. son of John Noble & Mary Wakelin. Susanna had dau. Elizabeth, who was raised by her Aunt, Martha Brett Booker Barker.
Named dau. Mary Hewlett b. abt 1769; her 2nd husband was Mr. Gray.
" son William b. ab.t 1680
" son George b. abt 1682
" son Henry b. abt. 1684
" son Richard b. abt. 1686
" dau. Martha (Brett) Barker b. abt. 1688 , who at age 16 was 2nd wife of John Barker, son of John Barker & Sarah.
"Charles County, MD., My Colonial Realtions plus Others" by Mary Lousie Donnelly, p. 40-41
SUSANNA BRETT (9), was born ca 1677 in CC, MD, the d/o Elizabeth _____(2) and GEORGE BRETT. She received her cattle mark in 1693. She was called SUSANNA NOBLE in her father's will. Her husband was John Noble, Jr., the son of John Noble and Mary Wakelin. The inheritance of Mary Wakelin, which she had received from her father Richard Wakelin, was left in the care of HENRY BRETT for ELIZABETH NOBLE, SUSANNA'S dau. SUSANNA died shortly after her mother. Her child was named in the wills of her brothers, and raised by her aunt MARTHA BRETT BARKER BOOKER.
ELIZABETH NOBLE(21), was born ca 1700 CC, MD, the d/o SUSANNA BRETT (9) and John Noble. She was raised by her aunt MARTHA BRETT BAKER BOOKER, and was left legacies in the wills of her BRETT uncles. On 3/28/1719 she received seven head of cattle, 8,000 lbs. tobacco and 100 acres of "Green Chase" which Richard Wakelin left to his dau Mary Wakelin, then left in the hands of HENRY BRETT, planter, as the attorney of ELIZABETH NOBLE (Deeds H#2.227, 228).
ELIZABETH NOBLE became the second wife of Thomas Osborne, a CC, blacksmith, who had a son Joseph Osborne. ELIZABETH, the wife of Thomas Osborne, was left personalty in the will of Richard Coleman, planter, in his will in 1718 (Will 14.666). On 3/14/1720 Thomas Sanders rented Thomas Osborne, planter, 100 acres called "Napping" and 40 acres called "York" (Deed H#2.427). On 7/16/1723 Thomas Osborne's mark for cattle and hogs was recorded (Deed L#2.96). On 2/20/1726 the mark for his wife ELIZABETH OSBORNE was recorded (Deed L#2.330). In 11/14/1726 Thomas Osborne obtained "Wheeler's Plame" from Thomas and Anne Dent (Deed L#2.318).
Thomas Oaborne, wrote his will on 11/10/1726 and it was probated in CC on 2/20/1726 (Will 19:86). To Elizabeth and Mary, the daus of Wm Hoskins, he left personalty. His son JOSEPH OSBORNE was to be in the care of Wm Hoskins and Richard Harrison, until he was age 21 and then he was to receive his estate. If he died w/out issue, his estate was to pass to his wife ELIZABETH. ELIZABETH OSBORNE admin. the estate of Thomas Osborne on 4/25/1727, vvalued at £241/14/07, with no next of kin given (Inv 11:915)
By 3/10/1729 ELIZABETH had m/2 Absalom Thone, planter, and they sold 50 acres of "Green Chase" to Richard Wainwright, a tailor of St Mary's County (Deed M#2.228, Acc't 11:371). According to the Rent Rolls they had possession of the 150 acres of "Wheeler's Palme", previously the possession of Thomas Osborne. Absalom Thorne wrote his will on 1/9/1734 and it was probatef on 5/7/1735. He left his entire estate to his wife ELIZABETH (Will 21:343). On 9/22/1735 ELIZABETH THORNE admin. the estate of Absalom Thorne, valued at £335.10.06, with no next of kin given on his inventory (Inv 21:87). ELIZABETH had no children by either marriage.
Joseph Osborne, s/o Thomas Osborne and his 1st wife wrote his will on 6/21/1735 and it was probated in CC on 1/16/1742. He left his entire estate to his mother-in-law (step-mother) ELIZABETH THORNE (Will 23:48)
Father: Richard Wakelin b: ABT 1660
John Noble b: 1645
- John Noble b: ABT 1675
- Elizabeth Noble