Whittington, John. Lands late belonging to Daniel
Toaes, vested in him, 1706, ch. 5.
Whittington, William, (Maj.) Certain Debts, due
from Officers in Somerset County, transferred
1699, ch. 2.
WILLIAM AND MARY Parish. Newport Hundred,
in Charles County, taken from King and
and united to it, 1706, ch. 7. The
1715, ch. 3. The old Stadt-House
and Lot at St. Mary's
City, settled on the Rector and Vestry, 1720,
The Parish Church to be enlarged, &c.
1750, ch. 8.
Williams, Benjamin. Enabled to sell a Tract in Cæcil
County, called Tibaulds, for Payment of the
Joseph Williams, deceased, 1699, ch. 1.
William's Range, in Prince-George's County. The
Entail cut off, and other Lands settled in Lieu thereof,
1741, ch. 10.
Wills and Inventories. Several Copies of them to be recorded
in the Commissary's Office, the Originals being destroyed
in Custody of Humphrey Hubbard, Deputy
Commissary of Dorchester County, 1707, ch.
Wilmer, Simon. See Stevens Dorothy.
Wilson, Samuel, Executor of Margaret Lindow. Enabled
to convey Lands to David Wilson, 1744, ch. 16.
Wilson's Grove, in Anne-Arundel County. The Entail
docked, and a Fee Simple Estate therein, vested in Lewis
Duvall, 1737, ch. 3.
Woodward, Henry. An Omission in his Last Will, remedied,.
1762, ch. 23.
Woodward, Mary and Elizabeth. See Dorsey Caleb.
WORCESTER Parish, erected out of All-Hallows Parish,
in Worcester County, 1744, ch. 24.
A Chapel of
Ease to be built, 1755, ch. 14.
Wright, Henry. See Hawkins John.
Wright, Stephen. Defects in the Conveyance of Lands to
him by Matthew Beard, and from Stephen Wright
Samuel Chambers, supplied, 1715, ch. 5.
YOAKLEY, Stephen. See Colmore Thomas