1 edition of Early wills of Somerset County 1667-1748 found in the catalog.
Early wills of Somerset County 1667-1748
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Vernon L. Skinner Jr., Somerest County, MD, Wills (Liber EB 9), p. 18 (will of Woney McClemmy, wife Elizabeth). Kevin Hammond, Hammond Family Information & Hammond Research Tree onciting MSA, Prerogative Court Wills, Li folio (will of Woney McClemmy, wife Eliza).
Ruth T. Dryden, Somerset County, Maryland, Will Book EB 14, & Accts & Inventoriesp. 19 (will of John Robertson). Elizabeth Robinson 1 F, b. circa Skinner, V.
L., Jr. Worcester County Wills Will Book MH3 Skinner, Early wills of Somerset County 1667-1748 book. L., Jr. Worcester County Inventories and Accounts Inventory Book JW15 Skinner, V. L., Jr. Other Wills in the Prerogative Court for Somerset and Worcester Counties Somerset County MD Early wills of Somerset County 1667-1748 book was dated December 2, Christopher NUTTER was born between and in Lancaster, Lancashire County, England.
He died in in Somerset County, records indicate his name as only Christopher. His last will and testament starts off as "In the name of God, Amen, I one Christopher Nutter, of Somerset. Somerset County Wills (Liber EB9), V. Skinner, Jr., Family Line, 8.
Colony of MD, County of Somerset, Judicial Records (contains some Wills and Inventories), Rebecca F. Miller, Miller s Choice, 9. Newby-Albertson-Nicholson-Hayward-De Cam Ancestry. Sources: I used the following sources, some of which are to be used judiciously; therefore there may be some mistakes in this tree, particularly the further back you go (where I used Wikipedia to fill in historical information).
What you see here is as accurate as I can conclude given the sources I have perused. Full text Early wills of Somerset County 1667-1748 book "The descendants and antecedents of Milton Bird & Leonora Dougherty Noble." See other formats. Full text of "Lineage book of the National Society of Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America" See other formats.
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