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13. *BENJAMIN YOUNG, SR., of Prince George's County
(Prot, wife Cath.), com. 29 Sept. 1738; resigned in 1748.

14. *JOHN Ross, sworn 14 Dec. 1748 and again 26 March
1754; resigned in favor of his son-in-law shortly before 13 Oct.
1761. Died 18 Sept. 1766.

15. *Dr. UPTON SCOTT of Annapolis (Prot., Lt. Gov. Sharpe's
physician), succeeded Ross shortly before 13 Oct. 1761; recom. 29
April 1773. Dr. Scott left Maryland in 1776 but returned in 1780
and died at Annapolis, 23 Feb. 1814. Francis Deakins of Mont-
gomery County was appointed state Examiner General, 16 Feb.

a. Rent Roll Keeper of Both Shores.

1. JAMES CARROLL of Anne Arundel County (Cath., nephew
of Attorney General Charles Carroll), was probably appointed
General Rent Roll Keeper about August, 1707; died in office, 13
June 1729.

2. RICHARD BENNETT III of Queen Anne's County (Cath.),
com. by Baltimore, 19 Jan. 1730/1; by appointment of Tasker to
the Western, his authority was limited to the Eastern Shore soon
after 18 June 1733.

b. Rent Roll Keeper of the Western Shore.

1. BENJAMIN TASKER, SR., of Annapolis (Prot., mother prob.
Cath.; wife's mother Cath.), seems to have been appointed by his
son-in-law, Lt. Gov. Ogle, soon after 18 June 1733, pursuant to
Baltimore's instruction to appoint two Rent Roll Keepers; re-
signed in October, 1753.

2. Col. EDWARD LLOYD of Wye House, Talbot County (Prot.,
nephew and heir of Richard Bennett above), appointed by Lt.
Gov. Sharpe on Tasker's resignation, pursuant to Baltimore's
instructions of 30 March 1753; resigned in March, 1768, when he
gave up the Receivership General.

(Prot.), appointed by Sharpe to succeed Lloyd; quickly superseded
by Meriwether.


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