You might already have this information, but I will enter it anyway.In the book "Abstracts of Charles County, Maryland, Court and Land Records, 1658-1666, Vol. I: pages 243 & 244 (101) "William Barton, Jr. delivers patent and assigns rights to his brother-in-law Thomas Smoote for the use of William Hungarford, Jr., son to William Hungarford, dec'd."
"Patent granted to William smoot by assignment from John Lugar, Jr.; 240 acres lying on the west side of Wicokomeco River at the head of Forked Creek of the Manor of St. Mary's bounded by Humphrey Atwicks and Thomas Mitchell, dated 26 May 1658, /s/Josias Fendall, Esq.; endorsed from William Smoot to William Barton, Jr. and Thomas Smith; dated 28 May 1658;/s/William Smoot (mark); wit. Edward James, Richard smoot (mark).
Page 492 (245): "Thomas Smoot acknowledged the ensuing note to his father William smoot:Thomas Smote delivers up the child William Hungarford and his estate to his father during his life and after his decease child and estate returned to Thomas; 14 Nov 1665;/s/Thomas Smoote (mark); wit. John Hatch, William Barton, Jr."