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John Drury (abt. 1662 - bef. 1724)

John Drury
Born about in St. Mary's County, Marylandmap
Son of and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1695 in St. Mary's County, Marylandmap
Husband of — married about 1712 in St. Mary's County, Marylandmap
Descendants descendants
Died before at about age 62 in St. Mary's County, Marylandmap
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Biography

John was born about 1662 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. He died before 2 Jun 1724 in St. Mary's County, Maryland.

John Drewry 9.451 SM £56.19.1 Jun 2 1724 Jun 2 1724 (also John Drury) Appraisers: William Spalding, John Myles. Creditors: Robert Ford, Sr., Robert Clarke, Jr. Next of kin: Robert Ford, John Ford, Jr. Administratrix: Mary Drurye.

John Drury 7.333 A SM £56.19.1 £19.2.0 May 4 1726 Received from: William Shirtcliffe. Payments to: George Birch, James Bailey, Robert Ford, Sr., John Abell, Robert Drury, Robert Clark, Jr. Administratrix: Mary Drury.

Charles Payne 39C:187 I SM £111.16.4 Jan 11 1717 Appraisers: Henry Spinke, Francis Spinke. Creditors: John Bould, Francis Neavett. Next of kin: Ezekiel Payne, John Drurey.

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Drury-818 and Drury-1150 appear to represent the same person because: Duplicate
posted by Susan (Knight) Gore

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