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Gustavus Brown / Margaret Boyd Black


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Gustavus Brown / Margaret Boyd Black

Husband: Gustavus Brown
Born: 20 Apr 1689[520] at: Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
Married: ABT 1745at: Maryland, United States
Died: 12 May 1762at: Rich Hill, Charles, Maryland, United States
Father: Richard Brown
Mother: Jane (Jean) Mitchelson
Notes: [521]
Sources: [520] [522]
Wife: Margaret Boyd Black
Born: ABT 1725at: Maryland, United States
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [9282]
Children
Name: Margaret Brown [9283] [9284]
Born: 1749at: Charles, Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 1 Jun 1787[9283] at: St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel County. Maryland
Spouses: Thomas Stone

Name: Gustavus Richard Brown [9286] [9285] [9287]
Born: 17 Oct 1747at: Charles, Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 30 Sep 1804[9285] at: Charles County, Maryland
Spouses: Peggy Graham


Pedigree Chart for: Gustavus Brown

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\--Jane (Jean)  Mitchelson 
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   \--Isabel  Elphinstone 
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Pedigree Chart for: Margaret Boyd Black

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[521] Chancery Court (Chancery Papers) 1817/11/10 754:
Gustavus Brown, Gustavus R. Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Thomas H. Blunt, and Margaret Blunt vs. Clement Dorsey. CH. Estate of Gustavus Brown - Rose Hill Estate, Montrose.7,898-754-1/7. MSA S512-775 1/35/5/
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About 1714, Dr. Brown purchased from Philemon Hemsley 300 acres south east of Port Tobacco called "Rich Hill." He is believed to be buried at Rich Hill which was sold from the family in 1806. It later became famous as the place where John Wilkes Booth hid after assassinating Pres. Lincoln. An 18th century house exists and the current residents look for buried treasure under an old tombstone marked with an X. His second wife was Margaret Boyd Black who was the mother of his son Dr. Gustavus Richard Brown.

He resided at and possibly patented Rose Hill. In his will, he described himself as "a Practitioner of medicine and Laird of Mainside and the House of Byers, Roxbury Scotland." His Scottish lordship, Edinburgh education, and property holdings in Scotland and Maryland placed Dr. Brown in a social position unparalleled in the colony. He was also thought to be the richest man in Charles County.

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His will was dated 9 Dec. 1755 and was probated 12 May 1762 in Charles Co., MD.:

BROWN, GUSTAVUS, Charles County, Practitioner In Medicines. 12 May, 1762; 12 May, 1762

Desires his estate In Scotland, England and Maryland be disposed of as follows:

To wife Margaret Brown, tract of land In Durham Parish, called "Middletons"

Mentions his 2 children by her, named Gustavus and Richard Brown (Gustavus Richard Brown), and Margaret Brown., and If the above son does not have hrs., to son Richard Brown and male hrs. of his body.

To Francis Moncure and male hrs. of his, and If he has no hrs., -then to eldest son of my dau, Sarah Scott; If no hrs,, then to dau. Mary Threlkeld; If no Issue, then to eldest son of dau. Elizabeth Wallace; if no hrs., to eld son of dau. Jane Campbell, and for want of such to eldest son of dau. Cecelia Key,; If no such hrs., to eldest son of dau. Anne Claggett., and for want of such hrs., to eldest son of dau. Margaret Brown; If no hrs,, to John Mitchelson, Middleton, Scotland; for want of such hrs., to Samuel Mitchelson, bro, of sd, Michelson.

To wife, 10,000 lbs. tobacco.

In an agreement, In writing, with present wife, It was contracted that In case she survived me, she was to be paid sum of 20 pounds sterl. per year. Because she has deserved well from me and the regard she has shown to all the rest, of my children, I hereby give her., Instead of 20 lbs. Sterl. per year, all the yearly rents of my lands called House Byres, lying In Scotland.

To son Gustavus Richard, for use of his mother my new riding chair and horses; my farm In and about Newstead In Scotland; If he qualifies himself for the practice of law, Physick or divinity,, then to receive the rent till he becomes 25.

Several sums of money was in the hands of his kinsman Samuel Mitcholson, In Scotland.

My daus Mary Threlkelda
My son-in-law, Mr. Monsure, and others who married my daus.
To dau. Jane Campbell, her portion.
Dau. Anne Claggette. Dau. Cecilia Key, had 2 children, Phillip and Susannah Key.
Mentioned dau. Francis Moncure.
Eldest son, The Reverend Richard Brown; If In default of Issue of Richard, then to his bro. Gustavus Richard Brown.
Dau. Elizabeth Wallace.
Exs: Son Richard Brown, The Rev. John Moncure, Phillip Key, Col. Richard Harrison, Robert Yates.
Wit: Richard and Arthur Lee, Benj., John and Richard Fendall, Geo. Dent, Joseph Hawkins.
25 Mar, 1758: Codicil regarding loss of a slaver which he had willed to one of his children.
Wit: Charles, Penelope and Charity Courts.
Wit: At time of probate, Benj. Fendall, Townsend Dade, Jacob Mason. 3l.633

Thomas's Addition. 83 acres. Surveyed Jul 13, 1674 for Hugh Thomas at a bounded pockhickory, a bounded tree of the land called Rich Hill.
Poss: Alexander Hawkins

Rich Hill. 600 acres.. Patented Apr 19, 1666 to Hugh Thomas.
lying on the west side of the Main Fresh run at the head of Wiccocomico
River at a bounded oak by the run side.
Poss: 200. Charles Courts
300. Gustavus Brown
50. Stephen Chandler
50. Alexander Hawkins

Right here to ELLERSLIE (R), 0.7 m. a two-and-a-half story, square brick house built in 1748 by Dr.Michael Wallace who, at 15, had been indentured to Dr.Gustavus Brown, of Charles City County, Md., to learn 'physical surgery and pharmacy.' Towards the end of his six years' apprenticeship, in 1747, he eloped with 'one of the nine Miss Browns who had twenty-seven husbands between them.' Settling in Falmouth the following year, he acquired land and built this stately house. Dr. Wallace's practice soon extended into Culpeper, Fauquier, and Loudoun Counties.

In December 1799, former President Washington developed a severe cold and sore throat. As Washington's condition declined, Dr. Craik called upon fellow physicians Elisha Dick and Gustavus Brown for help. Washington's doctors bled, blistered, and purged him. He did not respond to treatment and died on 14 December. Although the treatment of Washington was later condemned as hastening his death, it was in keeping with accepted medical practices of the time.

Charles County Land Records, Liber F#2, Page 51
12 Jan 1714; Recorded at request of Gustavous Brown, surgeon:
2 Nov 1714; Indenture from Philemon Hemsley and Mary his wife to Gustavous Brown; for 21,500# tobacco; moiety of a parcel called Rich Hill; bounded according to a division made by Thomas Lomax and Hugh Thomas 25 Oct 1673; sold by Ralph Lomax to sd. Mary; containing 300 acres; /s/ Philemon Hemsley, Mary Hemsely; wit. Phill Hoskins, Gerard Fowke, Nathan Barnes (mark); ack. by Philemon Hernsley and Mary his wife 2 Nov 1714

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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 184
18 Aug 1718; Recorded at request of Gustavous Browne:
22 Apr 1718; Indenture from Thomas Dent to Gustavous Browne, surgeon; for ?50; 3 tracts between Queen Creek and Burditt Creek; first parcel bounded by marsh of Burditt Creek, 200 acres belonging to Jno. Barker, Queen Creek Branch and Baltimore Bounty; laid out for 70 acres; also a parcel called Baltimore Bounty of 70 acres by patent recorded; also Boat Saile granted Jno. Addison, merchant, containing 60 acres described in patent; 200 acres total of 3 tracts; /s/ Tho. Dent; wit. John Speake, Jos. Harrison, Thomas Stone; 23 Apr 1718 ack. by Thomas Dent

Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 187
18 Aug 1718; Recorded at request of Dr. Gustavous Browne:
22 Apr 1718; Indenture from Thomas Dent to Gustavous Browne, surgeon; for 8,000# tobacco; a parcel formerly called Hopewell now called The Lodge; bounded by Palmer's Branch; containing 183 acres by patent to Maj. William Dent dated 3 Jun 1703; /s/ Tho. Dent; wit. John Speake, Jo. Harrison, Thomas Stone; ack. 22 Apr 1718 by Thomas Dent

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Charles County Maryland Circuit Court Records, Liber H#2, Page 191
22 Jul 1719; Recorded at request of Dr. Gustavous Browne:
18 Aug 1718; Indenture from Charles Adams to Gustavous Browne; for 10,000# tobacco; a parcel of land granted Frances Adams, father of Charles, by patent dated 4 May 1671; tract called Pinner; bounded by land of Fran. Adams called Rayley and John Wheeler's tract called Wheeler's Rest; containing 145 acres; also Pinner Enlargement bounded by Pinner and Rayly; containing 70 acres; total 215 acres; /s/ Charles Adams; wit. Gerard Fowke, Thomas Stone, James Russell; 18 Aug 1718; ack. payment from Browne; deed ack. by Charles Addams and Elizabeth his wife.

[9286] Gustavus R. Brown was a physician who practiced across southern Maryland and Virginia. Like his father, he was also a judge. Dr. Brown was a friend of President George Washington and was called to his bedside during his last illness.

Dr. Brown was known to be a skillful gardener. He was described as a scholar, a wise philosopher, a patriotic citizen, a generous friend, an elegant gentleman, and a hospitable neighbor.

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[Along with Dr. Craik,] Dr. Gustavus R. Brown, another prominent resident of Port Tobacco, and Dr. Elisha Cullen Dick, attended [George] Washington during his final illness, December 14, 1799. Dr. Craik was so impressed with Dr. Brown's medical skills that he suggested to Mrs. Washington (Martha), that if any case should occur that was seriously alarming, she should send for Dr. Brown. About 5:00 p.m. on the evening of Washington's death, Dr. Craik came into the room, and upon going to the bedside, the General said to him: "Doctor, I die hard, but I am not afraid to go." The Doctor pressed his hand but could not utter a word. He retired from the bedside, and sat by the fire absorbed in grief. Between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., Dr. Brown came into the room, and with Dr. Craik, went to the bed. Dr. Craik asked Washington if he could sit up. As he held out his hand, Dr. Craik raised him up. Washington then said to the physicians, "I feel myself going. I thank you for your attentions, but I pray you to take no more trouble with me. Let me go off quietly." He lay down again, and all retired except Dr. Craik, who remained until Washington took his final breath.

-- George Washington Masonic National Memorial, John P. Riddell, Curator, Replica Lodge Room

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(--?--) / Elaine Kay Patterson

Husband: (--?--)
Wife: Elaine Kay Patterson
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother: Margaret 'Peggy' Olive Decamp
Children
Name: Sharon Elaine Lyon
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Elaine Kay Patterson

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Geoffroy II Count de Gatinais / Ermengarde, Countess of Anjou

Husband: Geoffroy II Count de Gatinais
Born: ABT 1000at: Chateau Landon, Seine-et-Marne, France
Married: 1035at: France
Died: 1 Apr 1046at: Anjou, France
Father: Geoffroy I 'Ferreol' Count of Gastinois
Mother: Beatrice de MacOn
Sources: [2716]
Wife: Ermengarde, Countess of Anjou
Born: 1018at: Anjou, France
Died: 18 Mar 1076at: Anjou, France
Father: Foulques III 'Le Noir' Count of Anjou
Mother: Hildegarde Countess of Anjou
Sources: [2461]
Children
Name: Hildegarde de Gastinois [2651]
Born: ABT 1041at: Courtenay, Loiret, France
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Geoffroy III 'Le Barbu' Count of Anjou [2625]
Born: ABT 1039at: Anjou, France
Died: 1096at:
Spouses:

Name: Foulques IV 'Rechin' Count d'Anjou [2507]
Born: 1043at: Anjou, France
Married: at:  
Died: 14 Apr 1109at: Anjou, France
Spouses: Beatrice De Montfort D'Evreux , Hildegarde de Beaugency


Pedigree Chart for: Geoffroy II Count de Gatinais

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Pedigree Chart for: Ermengarde, Countess of Anjou

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Henry II Plantagenet King of England / (--?--)

Husband: Henry II Plantagenet King of England
Born: 5 Mar 1133at: Le Mans, Maine, France
Married: at:  
Died: 6 Jul 1189at: Chinon, Indre-et-Loire, France
Father: Geoffrey IV 'Le Bon' Plantagenet Count d'Anjou
Mother: Matilda (Maud) Empress of Germany
Notes: [2699]
Sources: [2700]
Wife: (--?--)
Children
Name: William Longspee Prince Of England [13815]
Born: 1173at: England
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Henry II Plantagenet King of England

      /--Foulques IV 'Rechin'   Count d'Anjou
   /--Foulques 'Le Jeuve'   V Count d'Anjou
   |  \--Beatrice De Montfort  D'Evreux 
/--Geoffrey IV 'Le Bon'  Plantagenet  Count d'Anjou
|  |  /--Elias   I Count of Maine
|  \--Ermengarde (Ermentrude) du  Maine 
|     \--Matilda of  Chateau-du-Loir 
|--Henry II  Plantagenet  King of England
|     /--William I 'The Conqueror'   King of England
|  /--Henry  Beauclerc  I King of England
|  |  \--Matilda of Flanders   
\--Matilda (Maud)   Empress of Germany
   |  /--William I 'The Conqueror'   King of England
   \--Eadgyth (Edith) 'Matilda'  Dunkeld  Princess of Scotland
      \--Margaret 'Etheling'   Queen of Scotland

[2699] BIOGRAPHY: He grew up in Anjou, but visited England as early as 1142 to defend his mother's claim to the disputed throne of Stephen; educated by famous scholars, he had a true love of reading and intellectual discussion.

BIOGRAPHY: His father Geoffrey of Anjou died in September 1151, leaving Normandy and Anjou to Henry. Henry's continental possessions more than doubled with his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitane, ex-wife of King Louis VII of France. After a succession agreement between Stephen and Matilda in1153, he was crowned Henry II in October 1154. Eleanor bore Henry five sons and three daughters between 1153 and1167; the relationship between Henry, Eleanor, and their sons Henry, Richard, and John proved to be tumultuous and treacherous. The empire ruled by Henry and his sons was considerably larger than the lone English is land - the French Angev in positions extended from Normandy southward to the Pyrenees, covering the counties of Brittany, Maine, Poitou, Touraine, and Gascony, as well as Anjou, Aquitane, and Normandy. Henry was extremely energetic and traveled quickly and extensively within the borders of his kingdom.

BIOGRAPHY: Henry revitalized the English Exchequer, issuing receipts for tax payments and keeping written accounts on rolled parchment. He replaced incompetent sheriffs, expanding the authority of royal courts, which brought more funds into his coffers. A body of common law emerged to replace feudal and county courts, which varied from place to place. Jury trials were initiated to end the old Germanic customary trials by ordeal or battle. Henry's systematic approach to law provided a common basis for development of royal institutions throughout the entire realm.

BIOGRAPHY: The process of strengthening the royal courts, however, yielded an unexpected controversy. Church courts, instituted by William the Conqueror, became a safe haven for criminals of varying degree and ability, for one in fifty of the English population qualified as clerics. Henry wished to transfer such cases to the royal courts, as the only punishment open to the Church courts was demotion of the cleric. Thomas Beckett, Henry's close friend and chancellor since 1155, was named Archbishop of Canterbury in June 1162. In an attempt to discredit claims that he was too closely tied to the king, he vehemently opposed the weakening of Church courts. Henry drove Beckett into exile from 1164-1170, when the Archbishop returned to England and greatly angered Henry over opposition to the coronation of Prince Henry.

BIOGRAPHY: Exasperated, Henry publicly announced a half-hearted desire to be rid off Beckett -- four ambitious knights took the king at his word and murdered Beckett in his own cathedral on December 29, 1170. Henry is perhaps best remembered for Beckett's murder, but in fact, the realm was better off without the contentious Archbishop. Henry endured a rather limited storm of protest over the incident, but the real threat to his power came from within his own family. Henry's sons - Henry the Young King, Richard, Geoffrey, and John - were never satisfied with any of their father's plans for dividing his lands and titles upon his death. The sons, at the encouragement (and sometimes because of the treatment) of their mother, rebelled against the king several times. Prince Henry, the only man ever to be crowned while his father still lived, wanted more than a royal title. Thus from 1193 to the end of his reign Henry was plagued by his rebellious sons, who always found a willing partner in Louis VII of France.

BIOGRAPHY: Henry succeeded King Stephen in October 1154, apparently after surviving a poisoning attempt by Stephen's supporters. He ruled his Empire of Britain, Normandy, Anjou, Maine, Poitou and Aquitaine with an iron rod and was the first king of England to add Ireland to his domains. With his fiery red hair and equally fiery nature, probably inherited from his mother, the Empress, Henry proved a king to be reckoned with and for 35 years he dominated Western Christendom as the most influential monarch of the day. His masterfulness was seriously challenged by the Thomas a Becket murder.The death of Henry the Young King in1183, and that of Geoffrey in 1186, gave no respite from his children's rebellion - Richard, with the assistance of Louis VII, attacked and defeated Henry, forcing him to accept a humiliating peace on July 4, 1189. Henry II died two days later, on July 6, 1189.

[13815]
Earl of Salisbury

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William MacGyloche 5th Earl of Mar / Elizabeth Comyn

Husband: William MacGyloche 5th Earl of Mar
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: 1281at:
Father: Duncan MacGyloche Fourth Earl of Mar
Mother:
Wife: Elizabeth Comyn
Born: 1267at:
Died: at:
Father: William Comyn Earl of Buchan
Mother: Margaret Countess of Buchan
Children
Name: Donald MacGyloche Sixth Earl of Mar
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Helen of Wales


Pedigree Chart for: William MacGyloche 5th Earl of Mar

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Pedigree Chart for: Elizabeth Comyn

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Ahijah Pettibone / Dorcas Cornish

Husband: Ahijah Pettibone
Born: 25 May 1749at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: Jonathan Pettibone
Mother: Martha Humphrey
Wife: Dorcas Cornish
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
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Children
Name: Dorcas Pettibone
Born: 31 Dec 1773at: Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 17 Nov 1809at: Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses: Roswell Phelps


Pedigree Chart for: Ahijah Pettibone

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Pedigree Chart for: Dorcas Cornish

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Charles Lewis Daniel / Josephine R. Diuguid

Husband: Charles Lewis Daniel
Born: at:
Married: 7 Aug 1901at:
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Father:
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Wife: Josephine R. Diuguid
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father: William Alexander Diuguid
Mother: Ella A. Renshaw
Children
Name: Charles Lewis Daniel Jr.
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Charles Lewis Daniel

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Pedigree Chart for: Josephine R. Diuguid

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Johann Jakob Rieger / Margarete Schmid

Husband: Johann Jakob Rieger
Born: at:
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Wife: Margarete Schmid
Born: at:
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Father:
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Children
Name: Susanna Barbara Rieger
Born: 19 Nov 1746at: Pleidelsheim Wuerttemberg Germany
Married: at:  
Died: 13 Sep 1795at: Hoepfigheim, Wuerttemberg, Germany
Spouses: Johann Michael Enderle


Pedigree Chart for: Johann Jakob Rieger

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Pedigree Chart for: Margarete Schmid

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Caleb Phelps / Mary Lathrop

Husband: Caleb Phelps
Born: 11 Jun 1708at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Married: 22 Jun 1749at:
Died: at:
Father: William Phelps
Mother: Abigail Mudge
Notes: [12970]
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Wife: Mary Lathrop
Born: at:
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Father:
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Pedigree Chart for: Caleb Phelps

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Pedigree Chart for: Mary Lathrop

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Frank Heany / Jean Diuguid

Husband: Frank Heany
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Father:
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Wife: Jean Diuguid
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father: John Hampton Diuguid
Mother: Myrla Gertrude Powell
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Pedigree Chart for: Frank Heany

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Pedigree Chart for: Jean Diuguid

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