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Crosse, b. 1335, Crosse Hall, England, m. Maude Sutton William Crosse, b. before 1369, Somerset, Eng. d. before 1415, m. Elinor Cotgreave William Crosse, Esq., b. before 1415, Somerset, England, m. ? Sir William Crosse, Esq. II, b. bet 1440-1450, Somerset, Eng., m. Isabel DeHolme John Cross, Esq. I, b. 1480, Somerset, Eng., m. Constance Bulter John Cross, Esq. II, b. 1500, Somerset, Eng., m. Ursula Wentworth Sir William Crosse, b. 1535, Somerset, Eng., m. Anghard Ellis Sir Robert Crosse, b. 1552, Somerset, Eng., d. 1611, Somerset, Eng., m. Olyve m. Turner William Crosse Gent I, b. c 1580 Yorkshire, Eng., d. 1679, m. Alice Simpson John Crosse, b. 1668, London, Eng., d. 1730, Baltimore Co., MD, m. ? John Cross II, b. 1689, Baltimore Co., MD, d. 1764, Balt., MD., m. Dinah Lane
John owned a parcel of land called " Cross Park ", along with 50 acres of " Wheeler" land.
In 1751 John granted " Cross Park " to his own son John.
" Cross' Chance " 19 Aug. 1754: John Wheeler and John Cross deeded to Abraham Raven 50 acres "Wheelers Beginning" , surveyed 7 Oct. 1716; also 50 acres " Cross Chance", surveye d 6 Feb. 1743; John Wheeler's wife Elizabeth and John Cross' wife Dinah were cousins. ( TR#D: 408).
1 June 1753: Robert Cross of Baltimore Co., and wife Hannah conveyed 19 acres " Cross' Chance" to Richard Griffee (WG#H: 46).
In the name of God, Amen, I, John Cross of Baltimore County , in the province of Maryland, Planter, being sick in body , but in complete and perfect Memory, praised be the Lord for the same, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testiment in manner and form following that is to say, first and principally I commend my Soul to Almighty God my Creator in hopes of receiving full pardon and remission of all my sins and be saved by the Merits and precious Death of my Blessed Savior and Redeemer Jesus Christ and my Body to the Earth from whence it was taken to be Buried in decent and Christian Manner at the discretion of my beloved Wife Dinah Cross and as touching such Worldly Estate as the Lord in mercy hath Blessed me with, I do hereby give and bequeath thereof as follows. Item, I give, devise and bequeath unto my well Beloved Wife Dinah Cross, All my Lands, Goods, Chattels, and Monies and all my whole Estate during her life and after her death to be Equally divided between my Children. Vis, Solomon Cross, John Cross, Benjamin Cross, William Cross, Zachariah Cross, Richard Cross , Asel Cross, Ruth Cole and my Grandson, Abraham Cross, son of William Cross to them and their heirs forever. But in case my Wife Dinah Cross, should and do Marry again, then I will that my Son , Solomon Cross shall administer upon my Estate, and I Will that then my Wife Dinah Cross above mentioned shall be first to her thirds, and that she shall have and enjoy only and no more than the One Third part of my Estate. and I do declare this to be my last Will and Testiment. In Witness whereof I the said John Cross hereunto Sett my hand and Seal this 15 of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty four. Signed Sealed and Acknowledged in the Presence of Viz.), John R. Rifton, Henry H. Hardister , John W. Keith. John Cross(Seal)
Burial: Saint Johns Parish Churchyard 54741007 
John was born in 1707. He passed away in 1764.
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