School Teachers of Early Maryland
by Robert Barnes
MSA SC 5300
Denune, James, (MSA SC5300-93), PG Co., was Master of the Free
School in PG Co. in 1729 when he advertised for the return of a runaway,
Thomas Smith, a linen weaver, who had recently been an usher (Bradford's
New-York Gazette 7 July 1729).
Legal problems: He was involved in a lawsuit
Other activities: He may have also been a doctor.
Estate: Mr. James Denune of AA Co. d.
by 6 Feb 1738 when John Lomas and John Ramsay appraised his personal property
at £151.7.9. William Denune signed as next of kin. Rebecca [-?-]
filed the inventory on 30 Aug 1739 (MINV 24:152). Rebecca Denune, widow,
filed the acount of James Denune, Gent., on 2 Nov 1739. Out of the inventory
cited above, she made payments of £165.4.5 (MDAD 17:291).
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