Re: WE WERE ON THIS SOMEWHERE.
By jan lala October 23, 2007 at 09:06:26
YES EVEN THE RAYS AS WELL
June 1713 YOU KNOW THOMAS CLEMAN WAS A RELATIVE.
p.250, Grand Jury presents Isabella Ray servant to Capt. Benoni Thomas for Bastardy by a Negro per information of Joseph Harrison constable.
p.250, Martha Baddoes servt. to Thomas Coleman of Benedict Hundred for Bastardy per information of Charles Jones Constable.
p.215, Grand jury present Anne Willis of Portobacco Parish for bastardy.
p.255, Queen vs. Isabella Ray } Mallato Bastardy ... says she is guilty serve two years for trouble ... master Benoni Thomas deliver her to court ... sold for seven years ... child serve to 31.
11 August 1713
p.301, Grand Jury presents Eliza. Day for having a Mallato Bastard by information of John Sanders.
p.303, Martha Baddoe binds her son James Baddoe being four months old to Thomas Coleman untill he comes of age.
p.303, Queen vs. Isabella Rey } Mollato Bastardy .. servant of Benoni Thomas ... confesseth the fact for trouble of his house serve two years and at expiration of service ... deliver her to the County and as for the child ... sold to said Benoni Thomas.
p.304, Queen agst. Elizabeth Day } Mallato Bastardy Convict ... says the she is guilty and likewise as by information to the Court she said Day having had another Mallato Bastard which she likewise confesses ... serve her present master for the trouble of his house three years ... after the said Day shall be free from his service he to deliver her to court to be sold ... one of the children being dead the other three weeks old ... sold to said Sanders for 600 pounds of tobacco.
10 November 1713
p.320 Kennet Mackenzy brought into court a Mallato bastard left at his house of Ann Willis and for his trouble of looking after and maintaining it being a female child the court gives it to him to serve according to law.
8 June 1714
p.397, Grand Jury presents Sarah Swan Malatto servant to Col. Hoskins for having a bastard child.
p.402, The Lady the Queen versus Sarah Swann } Bastardy, vide presentment fol. 397 ... Sarah Swann Malatto servant to Col. Hoskins for having a bastard child ... says she is guilty ... pay 600 pound fine, serve her present master four compleat years in consideration of the scandal and trouble ... Hoskins to pay her fine.
9 November 1714
p.469, Grand Jury presents Jane Dawson for having a Mallatto Bastard by information of John Dodson constable and Willm. Midelton and Elizabeth Midellton evidences.
p.480, Squirrel heads: George Pangoe an Indian - 64.
8 March 1714/5
p.483, grand jury presents Esbell Ray for having a malatto bastard by information of Mr. Thomas Stone.
14 June 1715
p.499, The Lord the King vsus. Isabell Raye} Malatto bastardy, fact confessed ... vide fol. 483 presentments ... says she is guilty ... serve master Thomas Stone one year and a half for trouble ... after completion of her service ... deliver her to the court to be sold ... child sold to said Thomas Stone for 500 pounds of tobacco.
Court Record Liber I, no.2, 1717-1720
11 March 1717/8
p.57, Richard Lewellin versus Negro Jupiter assumpsit p.500 Toba. p. memorandum Countermanded
12 August 1718
p.104, Sarah Swann Bastardy } Convict by Confession ... 10 June last past then held for ye county presented Sarah Swan for having a bastard Child ... she was guilty fined or suffer corporal punishment cannot prove? any one to Discharge ye fine imposed by ye ... 12 lashes so that ye blood appear ... Jacob Miller of Charles County Inholder became security to ye several officers of ye Court here for their fees.
11 November 1718
p.142, William Hoskins by his Petition to ye Justices of ye Court her Sets forth That one Sarah Swann a mollatto woman Lately a servant to him During her servitude was Delivered of a Bastard Child in his house for which he had no reparation & thereby Prayed Satisfaction which after mature Deliberation had by ye Sd Justices It was by ye Court ordered that ye same petition be rejected.
10 March 1718/9
p.188, We of the Grand Jury for the body of Charles County ... present Ann Ranner for having a malatto bastard by information of Jno. Payne Constable (for Portobacco Hundred)
p.189, We also present Isabella Rey for having a malatto