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9. DAVID BOWMAN of ——— County (Prot.), served from
4 Dec. 1762 to 22 Dec. 1763, when transferred to the Surveyorship
of Cape Charles, Virginia.

10. LEVIN GALE of Somerset County (Prot.), served from 22
Dec. 1763 to the end of the colonial period. He died 9 Oct.

3) Riding Surveyor of Wicomico and Monie.

1. EDWARD PRICE of Somerset County (Prot), com. by Edward
Randolph, 24 Dec. 1697; was also Riding Surveyor of Pocomoke;
resigned after appointment as Collector of Pocomoke, 25 Dec.

2. Capt. WILLIAM FASSETT of Somerset County (Prot.),
entered office 22 March 1706/7; died in May, 1735.

3. JAMES HILL of Somerset County (Prot), served from 20
May 1735 to 10 Feb. 1735/6.

4. ALEXANDER STEWART of Somerset County (Prot.), by
Treas. Warrant of 5 July 1737; entered office 3 Jan. 1737/8; died

——— 1744.

5. THOMAS BROWNE of Somerset County (Prot.), served from
26 April 1745 to 30 Sept. 1746.

6. MICHAEL MACNEMARA of Annapolis (Prot., mother Cath.),
by Treas. Warrant of 28 Aug. 1745; took office 30 Sept 1746;
sold the office to William Bacon, to get ready money, about
December, 1761. He died in debtor's prison, 4 Nov. 1767.

7. WILLIAM BACON of Somerset County (Prot.), entered office
31 May 1762; granted leave to remove to Great Britain, 27 May

e. Comptrollers.

1. JAMES GIBBS of ——— County (Prot), com. Comptroller
of Patuxent by Lt. Gov. Sharpe, 4 April and sworn 27 July 1764;
returned to England for his health in 1767; was still absent in
May, 1770.

1. *Dr. UPTON SCOTT of Annapolis (Prot, Lt. Gov. Sharpens
physician), entered office as Comptroller of North Potomac, 13
July 1765; left Maryland in 1776 but returned in 1780 and died at
Annapolis, 23 Feb. 1814.


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