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A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
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ORE BIOGRAPHIES

who married first, Thomas En nails (?-1718), and
second, William Holland (?-1732), and Mary
Lockerman, who married third, Francis Allen (?-
1745). Her brothers were Jacob (?-ca. 1741); Gov-
ert (?-1753). Her sisters were Elizabeth; Mary (?-
ca. 1772). Her first cousins were Thomas Woolford
(ca. 1699-ca. 1750/51); Henry Hooper (ca. 1687-
1767); Jacob Hindman (by 1713-1766); William
Allen (?-1792); Rosannah Woolford; Mary
Hooper (?-ca. 1757), who married second, John
Rider (1686-1739/40); Anne Hooper (?-1761),
who married John Broome (1676-ca. 1738/39);
and James Woolford (ca. 1736-ca. 1783). Her
nephews were Thomas Ennalls (?-by 1783); Henry
Ennalls (ca. 1741 -by 1788). Her niece was Marga-
ret Ennalls (?-by 1795), who married William
Maynadier (1747-1795). MARRIED second, by
1745 his first wife's first cousin Rosannah Wool-
ford, widow of Jacob Lockerman (?-ca. 1741);
daughter of James Woolford (ca. 1680-1758), of
Dorchester County, a planter; granddaughter of
Roger Woolford (?-ca. 1701/2); niece of Roger
Woolford (1670-1730), Mary Woolford (1663-
1740), who married Henry Hooper (ca. 1643-
1720), Elizabeth Woolford (1664-1738), who mar-
ried first, Thomas Ennalls (?-1718), and second,
William Holland (?-1732), and Sarah Woolford
(ca. 1672-?), who married Govert Lockerman (ca.
1681-1728). Her brothers or half brothers were
John (ca. 1701-?); Roger (ca. 1715-?); Levin (?-<a.
1773), who married Jane, daughter of John
Stewart; Thomas; David; William; and James
Woolford (ca. 1736-ca. 1783). Her sisters or half
sisters were Elizabeth; Ann; and Sarah. Her natu-
ral sister was Mary, who married by 1729 Thomas
Stewart. Her first cousins were Sarah Lockerman
(?-by 1745); Mary Hooper (?-ca. 1757), who mar-
ried second, John Rider (1686-1739/40); Anne
Hooper (?-1761), who married John Broome
(1676-ca. 1738/39); Thomas Woolford (ca. 1699-
ca. 1750/51); and Henry Hooper (ca. 1687-1767).
Her nephews were Thomas Ennalk (?-by 1783);
Henry Ennalls (ca. 1741-by 1788). Her niece was
Margaret Ennalls (?-by 1795), who married Wil-
liam Maynadier (1747-1795). CHILDREN. SONS:
James; Joseph; and John. STEPSON: Jacob Looker-
man (?-by 1767). DAUGHTER Sarah Lockerman,
who married (first name unknown) Coleburn;
Rosalinda. STEPDAUGHTER: Elizabeth Lockerman,
who married (first name unknown) Wing. PRIVATE

CAREER. EDUCATION: literate. RELIGIOUS AFFILIA-
TION: Protestant. SOCIAL STATUS AND ACTIVITIES:
Gent., by 1747. OCCUPATIONAL PROFILE: planter.

PUBLIC CAREER. LEGISLATIVE SERVICE: Lower

House, Dorchester County, 1753-1754 (elected to

the 3rd session to fill vacancy), 1754-1757, 1757-
1758, 1762-1763. LOCAL OFFICE: justice, Dorches-
ter County, 1754-1764. WEALTH DURING LIFE-

TIME. LAND AT FIRST ELECTION: 100 acres in

Dorchester County (had acquired 300 acres
through first marriage, but had sold 200 acres of it
before his first election); controlled 1,391 acres in
Dorchester County for his second wife and her
children by her first marriage. SIGNIFICANT

CHANGES IN LAND BETWEEN FIRST ELECTION

AND DEATH: patented 281 acres in Dorchester
County, 1764. WEALTH AT DEATH. DIED: in Dor-
chester County; obituary appeared on May 24,
1764. PERSONAL PROPERTY: TEV, £932.2.3 cur-
rent money (including 15 slaves, 43 oz. 6 dwt. 12
gr. plate, and books); FB, £541.17.9 as calculated.
LAND: 381 acres in Dorchester County; controlled
1,391 acres in Dorchester County for his second
wife and her children by her first marriage.

GREENBERRY (GREENBURY), CHARLES

(1672-1713). BORN, in 1672, probably in England.
IMMIGRATED, in 1674 as a minor with his parents.
RESIDED: in Anne Arundel County. FAMILY BACK-
GROUND. FATHER: Nicholas Greenberry (1627-
1697). MOTHER: Ann (1648-1698). SISTERS. Kathe-
rine, who married first, Henry Ridgeley (1669-
1699/1700), son of Henry Ridgeley (?-1710), and
second, John Howard; Ann, who married John
Hammond (ca. 1665-1742/43); and Elizabeth
(1678-1719/20), who married in 1697 Robert
Goldsborough (1660-1746). NEPHEWS: Charles
Goldsborough (1707-1767); William Goldsborough
(1709-1760); and John Goldsborough (1711-1778).
NIECE: Elizabeth Ridgely (?-1734), who married
Thomas Worthington (ca. 1691-1753). MARRIED
by March 1700/1 Rachel (?-1748/49), daughter of
John Stimpson, Gent. (?-by 1692), of Anne Arun-
del County, and wife Rachel (?-after 1724), widow
of Neale Clarke (?-1676); stepdaughter of Robert
Proctor (?-by 1695), Richard Kilburne (?-by
1698), and Thomas Freeborne (?-1713); grand-
daughter of Richard Beard (?-1681). Rachel
Stimpson Greenberry subsequently married in
1715 Charles Hammond (1692/93-1772). Her
brother was John (?-by 1718). Her half brothers
were Neale Clarke; Richard Clarke. Her step-
brothers were William Kilburne; Richard Free-
borne. Her sister was Comfort (ca. 1684-ca.
1747), who married John Dorsey (ca. 1682-?). Her
half sisters were Ruth (surname unknown), who
married (first name unknown) Williams; Rachel
Robinson, who married (first name unknown) Ed-
ney. Her stepsisters were Elizabeth Kilburne; Sa-
rah Freeborne, who married (first name unknown)

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