William Monnett was one of the Gentleman Justices of Calvert County, Maryland.
Historical Article Excerpt:
" William Monett, b. May 21, 1702, at "The Cliffts," Calvert Co., Md.; d after or about 1776, at "The Cliffts," Calvert Co., Md.; m about 1725, at "The Cliffts," Calvert Co., Md., to Elizabeth ? (Kent or Tucker; she was a daughter of Jeannette ( Dalrumple) Kent, who m. 1st John Tucker and 2nd John Kent, and which one was the father of Elizabeth ? is as yet undetermined), b , at " The Cliffts," Calvert Co., Md.; d at " The Cliffts," Calvert Co., Md. Res. Manor of " William's Purchase." Calvert Co., Md.; he was a farmer and churchman. Children: Isaac. Thomas, William, Elizabeth, Catharine, Abraham, Mary, John, Jeannett, James, Ninian."
↑ Stein, Charles Francis. "Monnett." A history of Calvert County, Maryland. Baltimore: Published by the author in cooperation with the County Historical Society, 1960, pages 296–297.
↑ Aaron, John; Pierre, Sarah (July 1915). "William Monett." The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 46, issue 3, page 304.
Edited by Richard Henry Greene, Henry Reed Stiles, Melatiah Everett Dwight, George Austin Morrison, Hopper Striker Mott, John Reynolds Totten, Harold Minot Pitman, Louis Effingham De Forest, Charles Andrew Ditmas, Conklin Mann, Arthur S. Maynard.
Monnette, Orra Eugene. Monnet Family Genealogy: An Emphasis of a Noble Huguenot Heritage, Los Angeles, CA: C. E. Bireley Company, 1911, page 1024.
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