3056.WilliamSneed, born Abt. 1715 in Amelia County, Virginia; died Bet. 1790 - 1800 in Amelia County, Virginia.He married 3057. CatherineSharpe April 7, 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia. 3057.CatherineSharpe, born Abt. 1727 in Goochland County, Virginia. Children of William Sneed and Catherine Sharpe are:
Martha Sneed, born June 18, 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia.
More About Martha Sneed: Christening: October 19, 1763, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia
Robert Sharpe Sneed, born March 27, 1754 in Amelia County, Virginia; died Bet. 1841 - 1845 in Wake County, North Carolina; married Unknown.
3584.KillianKnortzer, born Abt. 1674 in Heilbronn, Germany; died November 18, 1734 in Heilbronn, Germany.He married 3585. AnnaBarbara. 3585.AnnaBarbara, born December 11, 1674; died February 21, 1751/52 in Treschklingen, Baden, Germany. Children of Killian Knortzer and Anna Barbara are:
Johann Balthasar Knortzer, born 1701 in Furfeld, Baden, Germany; died 1769 in York County, Pennsylvania; married Maria Dorthea Meyer May 25, 1722 in Treschklingen, Baden, Germany.
3586.HansGeorgMeyer, born December 18, 1671 in Treschklingen, Baden, Germany; died February 17, 1749/50 in Hohenstadt, Bad Wimpfen, Germany.He married 3587. MariaDortheaZwick January 25, 1700/01. 3587.MariaDortheaZwick, born March 15, 1681/82 in Hohenstadt, Bad Wimpfen, Germany; died January 28, 1733/34 in Hohenstadt, Bad Wimpfen, Germany. Child of Hans Meyer and Maria Zwick is:
Maria Dorthea Meyer, born July 13, 1703 in Hohenstadt, Germany; died 1738; married Johann Balthasar Knortzer May 25, 1722 in Treschklingen, Baden, Germany.
3840.ChristopherChoateV, born 1642 in Rivenhall Parish, Essex County, England; died November 19, 1692 in Ann Arundel County, Maryland.He was the son of 7680. ChristopherChoateIV and 7681. Jane?.He married 3841. ?. 3841.?. Notes for Christopher Choate V: From Liber B, No. 15, Part E., pages 344-614, Folio 369, page 369 of Book B in the Maryland Land Office: "15 April 1676.In all thirty transported at the charge of Captain John Boddy, commander of the good ship Cecilius, the rights due being this day proved before me by the same Body."Charles Baltimore. Richard BentonThomas Yoasly Mary Smith Christopher Choate 16 ass'dHastings Pits John Lewis Ann Wheener to WelshJohn Willoby James Panby Henry ParsonsJohn Preston George Garrish Jonathan FarebrotherJonathan England Thomas Fisher James BarnesJohn Hawkins Dor. Chipnum Robert HiltonThomas Fuller Thomas Picksgell Ann WilsonRo. N. Hulbert Richard ChandlerFrances Beatsom Sarah Clary Ann Glover Robert Owins George Claroc Henry Oswald In all 30 transported at the charge of Capt John Boddy, Commander of the good ship Cecilius, the rights due being proved before me the same body.- CH. Baltitmore (On back was written) Know all men by these presents that I do assign over, unto John Welsh of Anne Arundel Co, 15 of these within specified rights, which are 30 in all as witness my hand 24 Jun 1676 - John Boddy 1706 Tax List of Baltimore County, Maryland: Christopher, Augustine, Edward (sons of Christopher) NOTES: from GEDCOM DATABASE: Christopher Choate #2from ENGLAND Rivenhall Essex original registers ERO D/P107/1/1 Baptisms 1639-1675 - 4 Sep 1642 Christopher the sonne of Christopher Chote was baptised on the 4th day of September Emigrated to Maryland, USA in 1676 Book of Patents, MHR, Liber 15, folio 50415 Apr 1676 - (CHR. CHOTTE)one of 30 names. 16 Aug 1676 Warrant then granted to John Welsh of Anne Arundel Co for 800 acres of land due to him by the above assignment from John Boddy.Warrant then granted to John Boddy for 700 acres of land due to him for transportingthe 14 last mentioned persons into this province to inhabit. Indentured for 5 yrs, working on the lands of John Welsh.After the expiration of their term of service these people would become free citizens and entered into the estate of freeman, potential purchasers of plantations and payer of quitrents. Land GrantMHR Patents VOl 21 folio 352 - 9 Aug 1681 - Survey and assignment of 11 acres of land, called "Choate’s His Chance", in Anne Arundel Co, MD on the south side of Magothy River, at Little Piny Neck Point in the Manor of Anne Arundel to Christopher Choates. Proceedings & Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, Vol 7 pg 248 12 Nov 1681 - disbursed 223, 443 lbs of tobacco “for the Publicke good of the same, and to intent the same may be satisified and paid to those persons to whome the same is due”CHR. CHOTT received 174 lbs. (tobacco was used as general currency.) Assumptions: Married between 1681 and 1687 Son born about 1688Christopher Choate Son born about 1690Edward Choate Appraisement of the goods of Christopher Choate, lately deceased, 19 Nov 1692. Inventories & Accts MD Hall of Records Liber 103 folio 27. Administrations granted by him from 9 Nov 1692 to 13 Mar 1693 Test proc Liber 15A folio 22. MHR Test Proceedings Liber 15A folio 2228 Apr 1693 Anne Arundel Co, MD Christopher Shoate’s inventory returned 1706 June Orphans Court listing Chr Chok. Settling of the guardianship of one son. Ann Arundel Co Judgements TB #1 1704-1708. More About Christopher Choate V: Immigration: April 15, 1676, to Baltimore Co., Maryland Children of Christopher Choate and ? are:
Christopher Choate VI, born 1688 in Ann Arundel County, Maryland; died 1758 in Maryland; married (1) Elizabeth Budd; married (2) Flora (Susannah) Hawkins 1716.
Edward Choate, Sr., born 1689 in Ann Arundel County, Maryland; died May 22, 1735 in St. Pauls Parish, Baltimore, Maryland; married (1) Constant ? 1718; married (2) Elenore Savage May 22, 1735 in Ann Arundel County, Maryland.