Name: Benjamin Garner
Given Name: Benjamin
Suffix: , Son Of Jno 1744, Bro Of Jno 1774
Change Date: 3 Nov 2009
Birth: APR 1703
Death: AFT 5 FEB 1778
GARNER, Benjamin, age 41, 22 Oct. 1740, son of Jno.; CHLR 1744-1745 40:192.
Here is some further confirmation that the 1740 date is wrong. notice the reference.
GODFREY William, Age 65, 22 Oct. 1744; CHLR 1744-1745 40:191.
Another wrong one:
FERNANDIS, Peter, age 43, 22 Oct. 1743; CHLR 1744-1745 40:191
GARDNER (Garner?), Benjamin, age 38, 26 Oct. 1741 mentioned Francis Coffer who 20 years earlier came out of VA to get John Clements, Sr, to show him the boundary of a tract; mentioned Thos. Plunket; CHLR 1741-1743; 39:284. Age 74, 5 Feb. 1778; CHLR Y#3:383.
GARDINER (Garner?), Benjamin, age 70 25 April 1774, bro. of Jno, who 30 or 40 years ago lived on the premises; CHLR W#3:81. Age 70, 23 Feb. 1774; CHLR W#3:83. Age 74, 3 Nov. 1777, bro. of John; CHLR X#3:624.
Charles County, Maryland, Land Records, (1733-1743); Book O#2;
Page 433. Recorded Mar 17, 1739 [/40] . Mar 13, 1739 [/40] from Walter Pye of Prince Georges County, to Benjamin Gardiner of CC. Said Walter Pye is appointed by a letter of attorney from Charles Pye, Esq of Prince Georges County, to be his lawful attorney, among other things, to lease land in Mattawoman Neck belonging to said Charles Pye, for one or two lives, to any persons he shall think proper. In pursuance of the power of attorney, this deed witnesses that sd Walter Pye, has leased a tract of land called Mount Pleasant, bounded by a plain near a path that leads from Henry Actons down the Neck, containing 100 acres. The lease is for the term of the natural life of Benjamin Gardiner and during the natural life of his wife, Eleanor Gardiner. The yearly rent is 400 lbs tobacco and 2 bushels of wheat and 1 fat turkey and 5 fat chickens, the first payment of wheat, turkey, and chickens to begin in 1741. Benjamin Gardiner agrees to plant 200 apple trees within the next 4 years. Benjamin Gardiner will not cut down or sell any timber or wood on the premises, or waste timber or wood other than to clear the land for planting and sowing or any other use for the plantation. If there shall be more cut down for clearing the ground for the purpose before mentioned that what is necessary for the use of the plantation, it may be lawful for Charles Pye to have ingress and regress to come unto sd premises, either by himself or his agents, servants, or workmen, to convert the same to such uses as he shall see fit, and to carry away in carts or carriages, sd timber and wood, making all reasonable reparation for any damages done thereby. Charles Pye may cut down any white oak timber that may be proper to saw into plank or to be converted into heading or pipe hhds or barrels staves or any black walnut or cherry tree or any crooked ship timber which shall be standing on sd premises, and for him to convert^ and carry away the same, leaving sufficient timber for use of sd plantation. It is agreed that 5 acres in one corner of the premises shall be left uncut, which is to be left to grow and improve, for the lasting use of the plantation. Gardiner shall not assign the lease without Charles Pye's permission. Signed-Walter Pye. Wit-S Hanson Jr, William Eilbeck*.
Abstracts Of The Administration Accounts Of The Prerogative Court Of Maryland Libers 11-15, 1731-1737, V. L. Skinner, Jr.; Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD; 1996, p. 46
John Speake 12.105 A. CH £77.8.9 Nov 7 1733
Received from: <snip>, Benjamin Garner.
Executors: John Speake, Richard Speake.
Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland Libers 16-20
1737-1744 V. L Skinner, Jr. p. 75
John Smallwood 18.130 A CH £24.4.1 Mar 4 1740
Received from: <snip>, Benjamin Garner, John Garner, Luke Garner.
Administratrix: Mary Smallwood.
Benjamin Garner 67.70 A CH £44.17.9 £94.18.2 May 11 1772
Sureties: Hezekiah Frankling, John Russel.
Received from: George Hardy, Josias Smoot.
Payments to: John Glassford.
Administrator: William Frankling.
Father: John Garner b: 1653
Eleanor Burgess b: ABT 1710