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CIVIL LIST 159

8. WILLIAM HEMSLEY, JR. of Queen Anne's County (Prot),
com. by Lt. Gov, Eden, 23 Nov. 1769, and again 29 April 1773.
His successor, William Hindman, was appointed by the Con-
vention, 14 Aug. 1775. Hemsley died 5 June 1812.

2. PROVINCIAL NAVAL OFFICERS.

These offices were continued under the Constitution of 17,76;
appointment was by the Governor. Eight Naval Officers were
appointed in April, 1777.

a. Naval Officer of Patuxent.

1. Maj. SAMUEL BOURNE of Calvert County (Prot), ap-
pointed by act of 4 Sept. 1689; soon resigned.

2. ANDREW ABINGTON of Calvert County (Prot), succeeded
Bourne, but died in November, 1691.

3. Col. GEORGE PLATER I of St. Mary's County (Prot.), suc-
ceeded Abington; gave bond 17 Oct. 1693.

4. THOMAS BRISCOE of Calvert County (Prot., dependent of
Secretary Lawrence), com. and sworn 10 Nov. 1694; died in
August, 1695.

5. SAMUEL WATKINS of Anne Arundel County (Prot; m.
widow of Andrew Abington above), com.-and sworn 20 Aug.
1695; dismissed 21 Oct. 1698.

6. Col. GEORGE PLATER I, com. and sworn 22 Oct. 1698; died
in October, 1707.

7. Col. JOHN ROUSBY II of Calvert County (Prot., mother
prob. Cath.), appointed to succeed Plater, whose widow he
married, 22 Dec. 1707; resigned to be Collector of Patuxent in
midsummer, 1717.

8. THOMAS MACNEMARA of Annapolis (Prot. convert, wife
Cath.), succeeded Rousby in midsummer, 1717; died in office in
or shortly before April, 1720.

9. Col. WILLIAM HOLLAND of Anne Arundel County (Prot.),
succeeded Macnemara; resigned after appointed joint Commissary
General.

10. THOMAS HUMPHREYS of ——— County (Prot., His Lord-
ship's very dear friend), succeeded Holland shortly before 9 Oct.
1722; resigned prior to Oct., 1727.


 

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