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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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8 ENTRIES OF BALTIMORETOWN
February 22 1731, Then the Vestry of St Paul's
parish in BaltemoreCounty took up the lott 19 in the above
sd Town to build the church of St Paul's Parran on.*
Aprile 30 1731, Then Dr. Jag. Walker, of Ann Arundell
County, took up the lott No. 9,
July 16th 1731, George Walker took up the lott No. 53,
which had been taken up by Mr William Buckner, on the
15th of January 1729 '30, but was not built upon by the id
Buckner.
November 5th 1731, Then Mr. John Giles took up a lott
in Baltemore Town, No. 39, which he let fall again.
May 12th 1732, Then Mr. Richard Lewis took up a lot in
Baltemore Town, No. 11.
May 20th 1732, Then Mr. Richard Gist, took up a lott in
Baltemore Town No. 59.
June 28th 1734, Then the Rev. Mr. Joseph Hooper, took
up a lot in Baltemore Town, No, 22.+
July 3d 1734, Th&n the above sd Rev. Mr. Joseph Hooper
took up the lott No. 44.
August 8th 1734, Tuen Mr. Thomas Woodward, took up
the lott No. 39 in Baltemore Town and paid the considera-
tion for the same in paper currancy of Maryland.
Sept. 16 1734, Then, the Rev. Mr. Joseph Hooper took
up two lotts in Baltemore Town, viz No. 16 and 31.
March 4th, 1734 '5, Then came John Smith Cooper in
Baltemore County by his proxy Mr. Richard Gist and took
up a lott in Baltemore Town, No. 43.
March 28th 1735, Then came Mr. Joshua Hall, joyner in
Baltemore County, and took up a lott in Baltemore Town
No. 10.
November 21st, 1735, Then the Rev. Mr. Joseph Hooper
took up the lott No. 42 in Baltemore Town in the name and
for the sole use and behoof of the Rev. Mr. John Humph-
reys and his heirs.
January 23d 1735 '6, Then came Mr. Thomas Woodward
in the name and on behalf of Captain Francis Kipps and
took up the lott No 40.
January 23d 1735 '6, Then came Mr. Thomas Woodward
in the name and on behalf of Mr. Gideon Donaldson and
took up the lott No. 41.
March 4th 1737 '8, Then Mr. Joseph Hail came and or-
dered the lott No. 14 in. Baltemore Town, which was taken
up by Captain Thomas Sheredineon 20th January 1729 '30
in the name of his son Daniel, to be entered in his name
and for his use forever.
March 4th 1737 '8, Then came Mr. William Rogers and
desired the lotts 42, 43 and 44 in Baltemore Town, might
This appears to be on his own account, not for a Church,
+ This appears the first lot for erecting a Church, and the only
one before 1747.


 
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