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Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Hannah Cooper wife of Hugh Lee & William Price
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 15:49:42 +0000 (UTC)
Susanna was born Susanna Rodham. She immigrated to MD in 1677 with her husband. She was the daughter of Matthew Rodham, b. 1620 England and his wife, Elizabeth Lee, dau. of Hugh and Hannah ____Lee. Both Matthew and Elizabeth Lee Rodham died inNorthumberland Co., VA 1674/1675 (Early Families of So. MD).
Susanna Mason's will: 1/14/1716; 2/13/1716, St. Mary's Co.
1/14/1703: Indenture from Thomas Whichaley and his wife Elizabeth to Mrs. Susanna Mason of St. Mary's County 1,000 ac. "Christian Temple Manor" for 9,000 lbs. tobacco (Charles Co. Court and Land Records).
Thomas Whichaley married first, Jane ____ who died 11/7/1693 in Charles County. Jane had married first, John Fanning who died 1685, the son of Benoni and Hannah ____Fanning. Thomas Whichaley married second, Elizabeth Allanson, dau. of ThomasAllanson (b. 1638 and died before 1694, Charles Co.) and widow of Edward Ford who died in Charles Co. before 1/6/1693.
!3/13/1659: Patent granted to Thomas Allanson, Gentleman for "Christian Temple Manor" on the south side of the Piscataway River--1,000 ac. Charles Allanson, son of Thomas inherited this land and then conveyed it to Edward Ford on 2/14/1689.
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From: "mike marshall" <>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2011 4:29:10 PM
Subject: [MDSTMARY] Hannah Cooper wife of Hugh Lee & William Price
Hannah Cooper and Hugh Lee moved from Cherry Point in Northumberland Co. VA to
St. Mary's Co. MD. After the death of Hugh Lee and her 3rd husband William
Price in St. Mary's Co. Md, Hannah moved back to Northumberland Co. Va and
continued the use of "Lee" as her name in future records
The Robert Mason (d 1710 St. Mary's Co Va) mentioned in this record married
Hannah's daughter Susannah Rodham (d 1717 St. Mary's Co. Va
This record book also has a few records for Elizabeth Hewlitt's daughter
Elizabeth Rodham and her husband Robert Kenner.
Have not identified the Anne Graves mentioned as a witness
there were no further mention of Hannah in the next 15 years of Northumberland
1674-1677 Order Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 220
Northumberland County Court 3d of February 1674/5
- Probate MRS. RHODUM's Will This day ye Nuncupative Will and Testament of MRS.
ELIZABETH RHODUM was proved by the Oaths of HANAH LEE and ANNE GRAVES, witnesses
to the Will and a Probate thereof granted Mr. ROBERT MASON on his Petition
Executor of ye Will HANAH LEE aged about sixty yeares or thereabouts maketh Oath
yt when MRS. ELIZABETH RHODUM lay upon her death bed asked her she would have
her Estate proved of after her death which is as follows, That ROBERT MASON
should be her Executor and Mr. JOHN COTANCEAU to be her Overseer and ye Estate
divided between ye two younger Daughters, to say, SUSANNA and MARY equally
according to her Husband's Will and that her younger Daughter should goe along
with her Syster, SUSAN and that Mr. JOHN COTANCEAU to be Overseer of her younger
Daughter, MARY, and that she gave to her Daughter, SUSAN, her wearing apparrell
and one good ringe to her Daughter, SUSANNA, and one other good ringe to her
Daughter, MARY. sign HANAH LEE
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