Sorry, I just read your message.From the book "Early Charles County Maryland Settlers, 1658-1745" by Bates & Wright, is the following:
"Atchison, William.To son John, 100 acres, Atchison's Hazard.To son William, 100 acres, dwelling plant., Atchison's Woodyard; and personalty.To son James, 86 acres, Grubb Street.To son Joseph, 19 acres, Atchison's Strife.To child., 2/3 of personal estate; wife Ann, extx.(will: 21.140; 26 Feb 1733; 17 July 1734)Next of kin: Thomas Cawood, William Cawood.Extx.:Ann Atchison (Inv.: 20.243; 22 Nov 1734; 15 Jan 1734)."
In the same book is a will for Stephen Cawood, Sr., he mentions his daughter Ann Thomas and grandchildren (the children of her former husband, William Atchison).