>I just copied these off the original 2 Aug 1652 transportation document
You didn't do too badly and maybe Greer's omissions were because of typo errors or something. That was a heck of a lot of land grants to have deciphered and indexed! I've had the actual image on my local and offline hard drives for some time now. And yes, I too, thought there was a Mary Owen or Owens when I examined it.
Funny thing about transcriptions of old handwriting... I had a devil of a time finding one of my ancestors on the 1820 census and when I did, a critical 'r' in the surname had been transcribed as an 'o' and the handwriting was that of his nephew!
Interesting that Robert Tillman was disappointed in his "rich widow's" lack of money....
We still have lots of other issues to try and resolve, so maybe I'll put this on a back burner for a while. That's often led to nice surprises from time to time when I get back to them.