|CP||Mary CLARKE, edit|
Mary was born in MD, not CT, per record.
Mary CLARKE (ABT 1646, Charles County, Maryland, British North America - BEF 29 May 1713, Charles County, Maryland, British North America) [See G0497A: Mary CLARKE in Descendants of Robert CLARKE the SURVEYOR (1611 - AFT 14 July 1664 and BEF 21 July 1664.]
Added by CP on Feb 10, 2015 9:34 AM
|CP||Sir John F. COMPTON II, Will & Brathwood Land Patent|
Sir John F. COMPTON II, Will & Brathwood Land Patent
The lineage to Lord Henry, Bishop of London, via John COMPTON I of Roxbury, still has to be confirmed via paper trail.
* I heard COMPTON was from Wales, but that may have been an origin of exit, rather than location of lineage.
What I can confirm via paper trail:
COMPTON II, Sir John b: 20 April 1638 d: 1718 MD
* AFT 29 May 1713 and BEF 5 March 1718, Charles County, Maryland, British North America
married 1666, Maryland
CLARKE/CLARK, Mary Rebecca b: 06 Jan 1644/45 CT; d: 03 Feb 1721/22 CT
It is known that on 12 June 1665, a survey was taken for him of 800 acres of land, an estate called "Brathwood," which was recorded on LORD BALTIMORE's - Lord CALVERT - rent rolls.
Last Will and Testament of John F. COMPTON: Charles County, Maryland: 29 May 1713:
In the name of God Amen. The 29th of May 1713. I, John COMPTON, being sick and weake of body but of sound and perfect memory praise be to God for the Same, and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth and being desirous to tittle things in order, do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following.
That is to say first and principally I Commend my soul to almighty God my Creator assuredly believeing (sic) that I shall receive full pardon and free remission of all my sins and be saved by the precise Death and merits of my blessed Saviour and redeemer Christ Jesus, and my body to the earth from whence it was taken to be buried in such decent and Christian manner.
As to my Executors hereafter named shall be thought meet and convenient, and as touching such worldly Estate as the Lord in mercy hath lent me, my will and meaning in the same shall be employed and bestowed as hereafter by this my will.
First I will that all my Debts and duties as I owe in right or conscience to any manner of person or persons whatsoever shall be well and truly Contented and paid or ordained to be paid by my Executors hereafter named within Convenient time after my Decease.
Item - I give and bequeath to my eldest Sonne John two thirds of my Patent Land that lies both in Charles County and Saint Marys County and allso (sic) two thirds of my moveable Estate, both household goods and horses or whatever value of right or Justice belonges (sic) to me.
Item - I give and bequeath to my Sonn Matthew the one third part of my Patent Land that lies both in Charles and Saint Marys Countys. All the Land in both Countys being divided in three parts, my eldest Sonn John Shall have two and my Sonn Matthew one and my Sonn Matthew allso (sic) the third part of my personall (sic) Estate.
Item - I will that neither my Sonn John nor my Sonn Matthew shall enjoy my lands no longer than these shall live and then itt (sic) shall goe (sic) to the next ears (sic- heirs) apparent of them both and so as any or one of the family of the Comptons shall continue in this world, either of the ears (sic- heirs) of my Sonn John or my Sonn Matthew COMPTON.
Item - I will that my Sonn John shall immediately enjoy one third part of my Patent Land together with my wife.
Item - I appoint my Sonn John and my Sonn Matthew Joint, Executors of my last will and testament as witness my hand and seal this 29th of May 1713.
Delivered as my last will and testament before signing and sealing.
John F COMPTON
Sen. John X FARSON
Susannah BRISCOE < wife of MATTHEW COMPTON, my direct lineage grandparents by a few greats.
On the back of this will was endorsed the following probate to wit, Charles County, Philip BRISCOE Seni(or) John FARSON and Susannah BRISCOE subscribing witnesses to the written will, Depose on the holy Evangetial of almighty God that they either of them saw John COMPTON within named sign and seal the within instrument as his last will and testament and that he published and declared the same to be and there at the time after so doing he was of sound and perfect mind and memory to the best of their knowledge before this fifth day of March Anno Domini 1718.
Reference: Charles County, Maryland, Orphans Court Wills 1665-1767 (Will #3 1704-1733, pp. 78-79, Liber 15, folio H of R, Folio 8) - Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland
COMPTON, Matthew b: 1671 MD d: 1747 MD
+BRISCOE, Susannah b: 1687 MD m: 1700 MD d: 11 Feb 1738/39 MD
Added by CP on Feb 08, 2015 11:01 PM
|Rick||Sir Peter Compton|
Find A Grave Memorial# 14883739
is there any data on fathers line?
I have :
William Compton 1475 1528 m Warburga Brereton
Edmund Compton 1450 1493 m Joan Aylworth
Henry Compton 1st Baron 1538 1589 m Frances Ann Hastings and Ann Spencer
Added by Rick on Jan 11, 2015 12:14 PM
|ceilidh||John Compton 138 - 1718|
What is your documentation for John being related to Henry Compton, Bishop of London? I can't seem to reconcile your biography with the actual available documents concerning the Brathwood deed, etc. Please advise as to how you came to your conclusions.
Added by ceilidh on Dec 01, 2012 7:26 AM
|mburnhors||John Compton b 1605-7 d 1652|
Jayne - Do you have more information on John Compton, his son John, father John, Thomas, William or whatever? I ask because I have found several different assertions as to this John's parentage and I'm not finding any proof such as birth registry with parents names. He's an ancestor of mine, I believe, so I want to get the English lineage right.