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"A List of the Number of Taxables Belonging to the Several Persons in Charles County abstracts from the Several Constables Lists for the year 1733"
This Charles County tax list was prepared and annotated by Combs &c. researchers from transcriptions generously provided by Charles County Researcher John B. Lomax. All annotations in [brackets] are John's. All other annotations are by Combs &c. Researchers.


John adds: "The above was the title of the handwritten list. The list was read in sequence, top to bottom, left column first then right column, with the sequence number (within each district) for each person recorded below. I have attempted to be very accurate in this transcription; characters and/or words that were unreadable or uncertain are shown within square brackets and with a question mark. The notes in brackets are mine to better explain each record."


"Port Tobacco West Upper"
Surname Given Name Taxables Number Notes
Williams Samuel 2 1  
Winsor Elizabeth 1 2  
Winsor Thomas 1 3  
Mason Samuel 1 4  
Safford Richard 1 5  
Acton Jun. Henry 3 6  
Acton Sen. Henry 7 7  
Acton John 2 08  
Stephens Henry 1 9  
Cawood John 1 10  
Lovelis Thomas 1 11  
Berry Humphrey 3 12  
Clubb John 2 13  
Club Philip 1 14a Changed from 80 [#80 wrong order; should be #14a]
Weddin John 1 14  
Atchison William 2 15 d testate 1734, wife Ann, children: John, William, James, Joseph (21. 140) Widow was dau of No. 18 Stephen CAYWOOD; m 2nd a THOMAS (21. 439)
Tayler John 1 16  
Tayler William 1 17  
Cawood Sen. Stephen 4 18 d testate 1735, wife Mary, sons John, William, Thomas, Stephen, daus Ann THOMAS (with children by former husband, William ATCHISON - see No. 15), Mary WILLETT, Hester ROBINSON, Penelope ROBY.
Cawood William 1 19  
Cawood Jun. Stephen 2 20  
Green Willm. 2 21  
Mahony William 1 22  
Mahony Daniel 5 23  
Hanson Sen. Samuel 4 24 d testate 1740/1, children: Samuel, John, Elizabeth (w/o Benj. DOUGLASS), Walter, William, wife Elizabeth (22.296)
Vermilian Giles 1 25  
COOMBES Richard 2 26 Probable son of No. 79 Richard COOMBS, Sr. Removed to Frederick County.
Simms Philadexmus 1 27  
Walker Richard 1 28  
Smallwood Mathew 1 29  
Smallwood Jun. James 2 30  
Smallwood Widow 4 31  
Robey Michael 1 32  
Magattee William 3 33  
Magattee Edmond 4 34  
Magattee James 4 35  
Magattee Sr. Patrick 1 36 Patrick, Edmond and James are sons of Patrick and Rosamond MACHATEE who died testate in 1717, naming additional children: Kathleen, wife of GALAHAW, Elinor, wife of ? CLEMENTS, Rosamond, wife of the John CLEMENTS who died 1733, and Mary, wife of ? BOSWELL (
Boswell Sen. William 1 37 d testate 1741, sons George, William, Mathew, Thomas and John, and wife, Mary. William COOMES a witness. (22.384)
Boswell Jun. Willaim 1 38  
Boswel John 1 39  
Boswel Mathew 1 40  
Slater Richard 1 41  
Smallwood John 2 42  
Smallwood William 2 43  
Tarvin Richard 7 44 d testate 1742, wife Elizabeth, sons George, Richard, John, William, Thomas, daus. Elizabeth, Ann & Rebecca.
Boswel Michael 1 45  
COOMBS Thomas 1 46 Probable son of No. 79 Richard COOMBS, Sr. Married Elizabeth WHARTON, d/o Thomas. Died testate in Charles in 1753.
Speak Mary 2 47  
Semmes Ignatius 1 48  
Clements John 5 49  
Balmon John 1 50  
Green Leonard 4 51 See also 2nd Leonard GREEN below.
Neale Charles 8 52  
Neale Edward 11 53  
Green Francis 2 54  
Smallwood Sen. Thomas 6 55  
Smallwood Benjamin 2 56  
Smallwood Jun. Thomas 2 57  
Smallwood Sen. James 4 58  
Epsey [Ensey?] Sen. John 4 59 John ENSEY died 1734 intestate. Wife Catherine died testate 1735-36. Their daughter Winnifred ENSEY married William COOMBS, No. 5 on Port Tobacco East list, and he was "nearest of kin" on John ENSEY's Charles County inventory.
Sympson Andrew 4 60  
Luckett Thos. Hussey 5 61  
Hagan Willaim 3 62 Perhaps son of Thomas d testate 1742-3.
Allford Joshua 4 63  
Clements Edward 6 64  
Clements William 3 65  
Theobalds William 4 66  
Robertson John 1 67  
Parris Alexander 1 68  
Maddock John 2 69  
COOMBES John 2 70 Possibly a son of No. 33 Richard COOMBS, Sr. May be same as John Clement COOMBS, next of kin of Richard, in Frederick County in 1753.
Green Thomas 2 71  
Hanson Jun. Sam. 7 72  
Dent George 3 73  
Duffe James 1 74  
Speak Alexander 1 75  
Green Francis 3 76  
Murphey John 1 77  
Criffwell John 2 78 transcribed CRITSWELL when witnessed 1728 dated will of William MARLOWE (19, 768)
COOMBS Sen. Richard 1 79  


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