Hello Paula, Best of Luck in Maryland,I've looked at Eastern Neck on Google Earth and can see the site of Wickscliff is marked, (interesting it isn't called Weekscliff?). I wonder if you will be able to find out where Walter Weeks (appears in Kent Co.in 1642) was from and if he was related to the Joseph Wickes or Weekes who becomes Captain Joseph Wickes. It looks as if there may be two Josephs, one the father and the other his son. We had the will of a daughter with some information recently, if I remember. The Joseph Wickes'Of New England' from the Bristol, England area had a father named Edward and mother named Elinor, his grandfather was Thomas Wickes of Alveston , near Bristol.Capt. Joseph Wickes administered the will of William Tarant in 1655 who left tobacco to his nurse in Bristol, if that is Bristol, England , there may be a connection. Another link may be in the records of 'The Bristol Registers, Servants sent to foriegn plantations 1654 - 1686. This is a record of indentured servants sent to the Carribean and 'New World' to work on plantations, usually for a term of four years. One of the 'Masters' of the plantations in 1662 is Joseph Wicks of Maryland.Have a good time, I will hope to help put the pieces together if you find anything new.