He was the immigrant, and came to Maryland at the invitation of Governor Stone in 1649, settling there in the same period as Sir William Talbot and Col. George Talbot. They were all relatives of Lord Baltimore. He received a patent from the Proprietary government in 1649 for a tract of land called "Timber Neck," located on the south side of West River in Anne Arundel County. He acquired other large bodies of land and eventually made his home at "Poplar Knoll," which remained in his family's possession until 1755.
- Date: 1625
- Place: West River,Anne Arundel,Maryland,USA
- Date: 1630
- Place: Gnosall, Staffordshire, England
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