Early Mewshaw Records
John Moonshaw married Elizabeth Fisher 22 May 1727 in Ann Arundel County, MD (St. Anne's Parish).
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1728 or 29, John Mewshaw mortgages "Boydes Chance" (land near Richard Warfield's in Ann Arundel County) to John Worthington.
1733 John and Elizabeth sell "Boydes Chance" to Worthington.
1744John owns "Struggle for Life"
1747John owns "Vanity Mount"
1750John and Elizabeth sell "Vanity Mount" to Philemon Dorsey.
1757Ebenezer Pumphrey gives "Saw Mill Supply" to his daughter, Mary Mewshaw.
In the 1770s, John Worthington owned "Struggle."
1773 Joseph Mewshaw sells land to Vachel Stevens.
Assessment of 1783 lists David Mewshaw (of Saw Mill Supply) and Joseph Mewshaw (a single man) in Patapsco Hundred, Ann Arundel County, MD.