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A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
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bacco, and plate valued at 4,512 pounds of to-
bacco); FB, 52,173 pounds of tobacco before dis-
tribution and payment of legacies. LAND: probably
over 1,000 acres.

UTIE (UTYE), NATHANIEL (ca. 1635-ca. 1675/
76). BORN: ca. 1635, in Virginia; probably second
son. IMMIGRATED: in 1656, as a free adult from
Virginia. RESIDED: on Spesutia Manor, Baltimore


(?-ca. 1638), who immigrated to Virginia by 1623,
was a member of the Virginia House of Bur-
gesses, 1623-1624, 1629, 1629-1630, and a coun-
cillor of Virginia, 1630. STEPFATHER: Richard
Bennett (ca. 1608-1675). MOTHER. Ann. BROTH-
ERS: John, who married Mary (last name un-
known); George Utie (?-1678). HALF BROTHER:
Richard Bennett (ca. 1639-1667). HALF SISTERS:
Elizabeth Bennett, who married Charles Scar-
borough of Accomack County, Virginia; Anne
Bennett (?-by 1694), who married first, Theo-
dorick Bland (?-1671), and second, St. Leger Codd
(ca. 1634-ca. 1707/8). MARRIED first, in 1661, Mary
(?-1665), widow of Lawrence Ward of Nanse-
mond County, Virginia, possibly the daughter of
Rev. Joshua Maplefort of Lincolnshire, England.
Mary died on Spesutia Manor of knife wounds
inflicted by a slave. MARRIED second, ca. 1667/68,
Elizabeth (?-1699), daughter of Col. John Carter
(?-ca. 1670), Esq. of Corotoman, Lancaster
County, Virginia, who immigrated to Virginia ca.
1649, and was a member of the Virginia House
of Burgesses and Council, and wife Jane Glyn.
Elizabeth was the stepdaughter of Eleanor El-
tonhead Brocar; Anne Carter; Sarah Ludlow; and
Elizabeth Shirley. Her brothers were John (?-
1690), who married first, (first name unknown)
Lloyd, and second, Elizabeth Traverse; George.
Her half brothers were Robert (1663-1732), who
married first, Judith Armistead, and second, Eliz-
abeth Landon Willis; Charles (ca. 1669-?). Eliz-
abeth's dowery was £600.0.0; she subsequently
married both Henry Johnson (?-1690/91) and Ed-
ward Boothby (?-1698). CHILDREN. SON. John (?-
by 1675). PRIVATE CAREER. EDUCATION: literate,
probably attended Harvard College, 1651-1655.

TUS AND ACTIVITIES. Esq., by 1658; very high sta-
tus on arrival in Maryland, where he quickly es-
tablished a manor and became the largest
landholder in the new county of Baltimore. OC-
CUPATIONAL PROFILE: merchant, in partnership
with Henry Meese, merchant of London, 1658;
Indian trader; planter. PUBLIC CAREER. LEGISLA-

TIVE SERVICE. Upper House, special writ 1658,
1659/60; Lower House, Baltimore County, 1662;
Upper House, special writ 1664 (Utie was issued
a special writ for the 2nd session of the 1663-
1664 Assembly); Lower House, Baltimore County,
1666 (Laws), 1669 (Aggrievances); Upper House,
1674-1674/75 (appointed by the 3rd session of
the 1671-1674/75 Assembly). OTHER PROVIN-
CIAL OFFICES: Council, 1658-1660, 1674-ca. 1675/
76; justice, Provincial Court, 1658-1660, 1674-
ca. 1675/76; agent for the colony to New Neth-
erlands, 1659. LOCAL OFFICE: deputy commis-
sary, Baltimore County, 1675. MILITARY SERV-
ISSUES: appointed to the Council in 1658 for his
ability and "affectionate service" in the Assembly
earlier that year; supported Fendall's Rebellion
in 1659/60 and lost his Council seat; pardoned for
his role in the rebellion, 1661. WEALTH DURING


Anne Arundel and Kent counties, plus an addi-
tional 2,300 acres in Baltimore County surveyed
in 1658. WEALTH AT DEATH. DIED: between August
12, 1675, and January 18, 1675/76; estate pro-
bated in Baltimore County. PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY: TEV, 105,013 pounds of tobacco (including
3 slaves, 7 servants, and 116 oz. plate); FB, 33,278
pounds of tobacco; principal heirs were the chil-
dren of his brother George Utie (?-1678). LAND:
probably ca. 4,000 acres in Baltimore, Anne
Arundel, and Kent counties.

probably in New Amsterdam. IMMIGRATED: in
1686, as a free adult from Delaware. RESIDED: in
probably Matthys Van der Heiden (?-1659) of
New Amsterdam. BROTHER: John. MARRIED ca.
1686 Anna Margretta, widow of Henry Ward (?-
1683/84), daughter of Augustine Herman (?-1686)
and wife Jane. Her brothers were Casparus Au-
gustine Herman (1656-1697); Ephraim (ca. 1651-
1689). Her sisters were Judith, who married first,
John Thompson (?-ca. 1701/2), and second, John
Dowdell (?-1728); Francina (ca. 1662-?), who
married Joseph Wood. Her nephews were Joseph
Wood (?-1738); Ephraim Augustine Herman (l683-
1734/35); Richard Thompson (ca. 1680-1775); and
Augustine Thompson (1691-1738/39). Her niece
was Augustina Herman, who married first, Thomas
Frisby (1681-ca. 1715/16), and second, Roger
Larramore (?-1721). CHILDREN. STEPSON: Henry
Ward (?-1734). DAUGHTERS: Jane, who married
(first name unknown) Coatts (Coutts), a mer-



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