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ceeding Dent, 4 Dec. 1704; sworn His Lordship's Attorney
General, succeeding Carroll, 1 May 1716; died in office, 1 Aug.
1718. He was Naval Officer of Annapolis, and in Aug., 1708, he
became sole Commissary General.

14. THOMAS BORDLEY of Annapolis (Prot. ), sworn. 6 Sept.
1718; dismissed in September, 1721. He was sole Commissary
General. He died 11 Oct. 1726.

15. DANIEL DULANY, SR. of Annapolis (Prot., protege and
former clerk of George Plater above), succeeded Bordley, 10
Oct. 1721. Until July, 1724, he was joint Commissary General.
He resigned in 1725.

16. MICHAEL HOWARD of Talbot County (Prot. ), sworn 19
Oct. 1725. He was appointed Surveyor General of the Eastern
Shore in June, 1726, and Naval Officer of Oxford about 1727.
He resigned in 17^4.

17. DANIEL DULANY, SR., succeeded Howard in Oct., 1734,
and was also sole Commissary General; resigned in 1744.

18. *HENRY DARNALL III of Prince George's County (Prot.
convert, wife and children Cath. ), com. and sworn 19 April 1744;
appointed Naval Officer of Patuxent, 24 May 1755; persuaded to
resign early in 1756.

19. STEPHEN BORDLEY of Annapolis (Prot., son of Thomas
Bordley above), com. 26 March and sworn 26 May 1756; suffered
a paralytic stroke and resigned in Dec., 1763; died 6 Dec. 1764.
He was Naval Officer of Annapolis until March, 1762, when he.
became sole Commissary General.

20. EDMUND KEY of Annapolis (Prot., mother Cath. ), com. 26
Dec. 1763 and sworn 10 April 1764; resigned shortly before his
death on 4 May 1766.

21. ROBERT GOLDSBOROUGH H of Dorchester County (Prot. ),
sworn 8 April and com. 4 June 1766. Resigned in 1768; died 30
April 1777.

22. THOMAS JENINGS of Annapolis (Prot. ), sworn 18 Oct.
and com. 27 Oct. 1768; recom. 29 April 1773. He was appointed
state Attorney General in April, 1777, but was succeeded, on 6
Jan. 1778, by Benjamin Galloway. He was a relative of former
Deputy Secretary Edmund Jenings.


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