I’m looking for documentation of the marriage of Thomas Francis Linthicum, Sr. (23 Feb 1716 - 10 Feb 1807) and Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Richard Williams and Eleanor Stockett.Thomas Francis is the brother of the Francis "Lynthicum" who married “Elianor” Williams, Elizabeth’s sister.
WRIGHT's AA Church Records:
Richard WILLIAMS & Eleanor STOCKETT, m. 14 F 1709, had Thomas, bpt. 10 Dec. 1711, bu. 12 Dec. 1711. Eleanor, bpt. 9 Je. 1717. Mary, bpt. 11 Oct. 1719. Priscilla, bpt. 8 July 1722, All Hallows. Eliz., b. 1 May, bpt. 31 May 1724. Joseph, b. 21 Feb. 1727. (prob. 1727/8). Elianor WILLIAMS m. 15 Oct. 1732, Francis LYNTHICUM.
As Elizabeth was some seven years younger than Eleanor, we’d probably be looking late 1730’s into the 1740’s. One undocumented source shows 1744.
Other than the one reference above to All Hallows Parish, I have no knowledge of where this Williams family lived or worshiped.In the book “From Sotweed to Suburbia”, A History of the Crofton, Maryland Area, 1660-1960, the author, Joseph L. Browne, makes mention of a “Chapel of Ease” affiliated with the St. Anne’s Parish of Annapolis that was established in the Crofton area by 1730 and destroyed by a wind storm in 1807 which could explain the absence of a record.
Any input on this marriage or related interest would be appreciated.