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    impowered to sell Lands for Payment of his Debts,
    and to make over other Lands, according to his Will,
1716, ch. 13.  Messieurs William Clayton, James
    Earle and William Turbutt, impowered to sell off his
    late lands in
Talbot County, &c. 1720, ch. 28.  See
    Ivy Anthony.
Smithson, Mary, Widow of Colonel Thomas Smithson.
    An Act for her Security in paying a Debt due from his
    Estate to the Free Schools,
1717, ch. 12.
Smithson, Thomas,  (Gent.) of Talbot County, and

    Thomas Smithson, Esq; of Dorchester County, Certain
    Trustees impowered to make Satisfaction (by Sale of
    their Personal Estates, and Part of their Lands,) to
Thomas Hicks, and Jeremiah David, 1720, ch. 1.
SNOW-HILL Town, laid out anew, 1742, ch. 11; 1747,
    ch. 7.
Spalding, Thomas.  See Cowper's Purchase.
Speake, John, (Jun.)  Enabled to confirm a Tract of 
    entailed Land, in
Prince-George's County, to the Purchasers;
    and to entail Lands in
Charles County in Lieu
1725, ch. 18.
Speedy Payment--To Dr. David Ross, Samuel Chapman,
    Andrew Staiger, William Nicholson, Nicholas

    Rogers, Daniel Barnett, John Ridgely, Robert
    Tives, James Richard, Frederick Freeman, Anne
    Spoon, and Tobias Stansbury, 1757, ch. 16.
Spoon, Anne.            }
Staiger, Andrew        }    See Speedy Payment.
Stansbury, Tobias    }
Stansbury, Mary.  Widow of Tobias Stansbury, impowered
    to sell Lands for Payment of her late Husband's
1762, ch. 27.
Staples, Henry.  His Will to be recorded, 1745, ch. 10.
Steel, John, Esq;  Qualified to hold Offices, 1718,
    ch. 3.
ST. STEPHEN's, (alias North-Sassafras) Parish, in Cæcil
    County.  A new Church and Chapel of Ease to be
1733, ch. 10; and 1737, ch. 5.  The Parish
    divided, and
Augustine Parish erected thereout, 1744,
    ch. 3.  Some Vestry Proceedings aided, 1763, ch. 14.
Stevens, Dorothy.  A Tract of Land (which was sold to
    her by
Simon Wilmer,) vested in her and her Heirs,
    1701, ch. 4.
Stevenson, Mary.  A Deed to her from Morgan Murray,
    to be recorded, 1747, ch. 8.
Stillington.  See Husbands William.
Stirling, James, (Rev.)  Impowered to convey Huddle's
    Right, and Richmore, in Kent County, 1750,
    ch. 27.
Stirling, Thomas.  Trustees impowered to sell certain
    Parcels of his late Lands, for the Payment of a Mortgage
    from him to
John Hyde, of London, Merchant,
    1708, ch. 2.
Stoakley Manor.  See Eaton Jeremiah.
Stokes, John.  See Edwards, John.
Stokes, Mary, Widow of Humphrey Wells Stokes--
    Impowered to sell certain Lands, &c.  1744, ch. 27.
Sullivane, Daniel.  See Matthews Hugh.
Sunderland, Josias.  Relieved from the Reversal of a
    Judgment obtained against him in the Provincial Court, by
Samuel Gover, 1726, ch. 12.
Swanson, Francis.  See Plummer Thomas.
Sweatnam, William.  Enabled to sell Lands, 1704,
    ch. 81.


TAYLARD, Audry.  See Hemsley Philemon.
Tennison, John.  Deed to him from William
    Rogers, and Mary his Wife, made valid, 1727,
    ch. 13.
Thatcher, Richard.  Vested in an Estate in Fee Simple of

    1200 Acres, Part of a Tract called New-Munster,
    1721, ch. 16.


ST. THOMAS's Parish erected out of St. Paul's, in Baltimore
    County, 1742, ch. 15.
Tibaulds.  A Tract so called.  See William Benjamin.
Tilghman, James,  See St. Michael's Parish.
Tives, Robert.  See Speedy Payment.
Toas, Daniel.  See Whittington John.
Toas, John.  See Roberts Robert.
Torvor, William.  Act for his Relief, 1737, ch. 9.
Tracey, Susannah.  A Deed from her to James Heath,
    Gent, confirmed, 1709, ch. 2; and 1711, ch. 10.
TRINITY Parish, in Charles County, erected out of Part
All-Faith, and King and Queen Parishes, 1744,
    ch. 14.  See also 1748, hc. 9.  A Parish Church and
    Chapel of Ease to be built,
1751, ch. 9; and 1752,
    ch. 6.
Turbutt, William.  See Smith Robert, Esq;
Turner, William and Edward, (Felons).  Acts to encourage
    the apprehending of them,
1737, ch. 8.
Tyer, James.  His Last Will confirmed, 1700, ch. 10.


UPPER-MARLBOROUGH Town, laid out anew,
    1744, ch. 25.  Swine not to be raised therein, 1732,
. 19.


VANBIBBER, Matthias.  See Bordley Thomas,
Vernon, William.  A Tract of Land called Marshe's
    Seat, in Anne-Arundel County, vested in him, the Entail
    being cut off; and other Lands, in
    County, settled on Thomas Knighton, and the Heirs of
    his Body, in Lieu thereof,
1730, ch. 14.  See Knighton
VIENNA Marsh.  A Causeway to be made through it,
1756, ch. 20.
Vulcan's Rest.  See Morning's Choice.


WAIDESTONE, and Waidestone's Enlargement.
    See Luckett Thomas Hussey.
Ward, Henry:  Punished for a certain Abuse, 1676,
    ch. 21.
Ward, John.  See Ennalls William.
Ward, Mary. Executrix of Matthew Ward, deceased.
    Confirmation of her late Husband's Purchase of a Plantation
Patuxent River, called The Further Neck,
    1678, ch. 14.
Waring, Francis. Lands settled on him, and the Heirs
    of his Body,
1745, ch. 11.
Warner, Edward.  See Husbands William.
Waterford.  A Tract so called.  See Cheney John.
Watmore, John.  See Dare William
Wells, Zorobabel.  His Daughters (Margaret, Wife of
Thomas Hollingsworth, and Katherine Wells,) invested
    with an Estate of Joint Tenancy, in Fee Simple, in
    certain Lands devised to them by him,
1712, ch. 20.
WESTMINSTER Parish, (St. Margaret's).  Part of St.
    Paul's in Baltimore County, united to it, 1722, ch. 3.
    A new Church to be built,
1731, hc. 4.  Two Acres of
    Land, whereon the Chapel stands, secured,
1747, ch. 18.
    The Tract of Glebe-Land, called Whitehall, to be sold,
    and another Glebe to be purchased,
&c. 1763, ch. 20.
Wharton, Henry, and his Wife.  The Entail on a Tract,
Exeter, cut off, and an Estate therein, in Fee
    Simple, settled on them; and other Lands, in
St. Mary's
    County, entailed in Lieu thereof, 1730, ch. 21.
Wheeler, John.  See Hutchinson William.
Whinsell, John.  His Last Will confirmed, 1704,
    ch. 83.


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