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Richard Talbott I (abt. 1625 - 1663)

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Richard Talbott I aka Talbot
Born about in Englandmap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married about (to ) in Anne Arundel County, Province of Marylandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Poplar Knowle, Anne Arundel County, Province of Marylandmap
Talbott-280 created 8 Apr 2011 | Last modified | Last edit: 15 Sep 2017
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Categories: US Southern Colonist | Province of Maryland | Maryland Founders and Settlers | Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

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Richard Talbott I settled in the Southern Colonies in North America prior to incorporation into the USA.
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Biography

Research needed: Conflicting birth and origin information.

Some researchers believe this English birth record refers to the Richard Talbott who emigrated to Maryland:

October 18, 1629 -- Richard Talbott was baptized at Gnosall, Staffordshire, England. [1]No source has been found in Maryland directly linking him to a birthplace in England.

Arrival

According to a patent record in the collection of the Maryland Archives, Richard Talbott was in Maryland by 1659, when he was granted 260 acres; He died by 1663 leaving orphans Edward & John & relict & executrix Elizabeth, who, by 1677, married William Richardson.[2] Another patent record mentions land he was given by assignment from his father-in-law, Major Richard Ewen and that Talbott was deceased by 1674[3] In this time period, the term father-in-law could mean step-father or our modern usage of the term.

1649 -- Richard Talbott came to Maryland at the invitation of Governor Stone, settling there in the same period as Sir William Talbot and Col. George Talbot. They were all relatives of Lord Baltimore.

Richard Talbott acquired large bodies of land and eventually made his home at "Poplar Knoll," which remained in his family's possession until 1755:

1659 - Richard Talbott patents tract called Poplar Knowle in Anne Arundel County for 260 acres[4]

Richard likely began the patents process on these tracts & his son completed it:

1664 - patents tract called Talbotts Ridge in Anne Arundel County for 300 acres[5]
1664 - patents tract called Talbotts Timber Neck for 82 acres [6]

1662 -- Richard Talbott received a land grant on West River Hundred. [7]


Marriage

1656 -- Richard Talbott and Elizabeth Ewen married at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. [8]

According to his will, Richard was the father of three sons & one daughter: Richard, Edward, John and Elizabeth.

Death

1663 -- Richard Talbott died at Poplar Knowle, Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

Abstract of Will

Richard Talbott of the province of Maryland and in the county of Anne Arundel situating on West River, Planter . . .

  • I give to my eldest son, Richard this seat of land I now live upon called Popular Knoll with a parcel called Talbot’s Timberneck.
  • I give to my other two sons, Edward and John 300 acre parcel called Talbotts Ridge.
  • I also give unto my son and daughter Elizabeth 3 cows but to remain with their mother until they come to age, the boy (no name given to this boy) at twenty-one and the girl at 16.
  • The cattle which were given to my eldest sons, Richard & Edward by their grandfather, I give them all the male calves which shall hereafter be of the said cattle.
  • I also give to my wife the use of my plantation I now live on so long as she lives, but in case she marry then to have it til he come to age.
  • I appoint my wife my true and lawful executor.

Signed 21 APR 1663[9](This will is extremely difficult to read)

Sources

  1. #S34.
  2. Maryland Land Patents Liber 5/361; 15/348 & 19/615
  3. Maryland Patent Records Liber 4/66 & 15/271
  4. Maryland Land Patents 4/102
  5. Maryland Land Patents 5/622
  6. Maryland Land Patents 6/1
  7. Anne Arundel County Maryland: The First Settlers from Lord Baltimore's Rent Rolls.
  8. #S20.
  9. Maryland Colonial Wills Liber 1/180
  • Anne Arundel County Maryland: The First Settlers from Lord Baltimore's Rent Rolls. Genealogy Trails History Group. 2016. Accessed by Michael Boynton on December 27, 2016 at 6:30PM. Available at [1]
  • S-1409722112. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 Author: Yates Publishing Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004. Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived Repository: #R-1575024304 Note: #N3302 Data Changed: November 25, 2013 at 12:20:23
  • S107. Heritage Consulting. Millennium File Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003. Original data - Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA. Repository: #R1 Record ID Number: MH:S107 User ID: B4383428-913F-45FC-9F7D-F1BCFBD9C937
  • S188. Alice Norris Parran. Register of Maryland's heraldic families: period from 1634, March 25th to March 25th, l935, tercentenary of the founding of Maryland. Baltimore, Maryland. Ancestry.com Online publication - Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc. 2005.
  • S34. Ancestry.com. England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008. Original data - Genealogical Society of Utah. British Isles Vital Records Index, 2nd Edition. Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, copyright 2002. Used by permission. Repository: #R1 Record ID Number: MH:S34 User ID: 928249C4-0CCA-42F2-A75A-E3F185AABEEE. http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=23363295&pid=14410961754
  • S42. P. William Filby, editor. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s - 1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2010. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations. Repository: #R1 Record ID Number: MH:S42 User ID: 0BC294B4-E216-4B2B-8E53-D4E31910CFAA


Acknowledgements

This person was created through the import of HOWE(1).ged on 08 April 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom.

Thank you to Isaac Brown for creating WikiTree profile Talbott-516 through the import of IsaacBrown_Extended.ged on Nov 25, 2013.

WikiTree profile Talbott-286 created through the import of Paula's family 5-28-2011.GED on May 29, 2011 by Paula Marksman. See the [http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:NetworkFeed&who=Talbott-286

WikiTree profile Talbott-404 created through the import of McClanahan-20121014.ged on Oct 15, 2012 by Anonymous McClanahan. See the [http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:NetworkFeed&who=Talbott-404

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Collaboration

On 15 Sep 2017 at 19:04 GMT Dennis Orr wrote:

I have a death date of July 15 1699.

On 28 Jun 2017 at 20:46 GMT Seely (Kenny) Foley wrote:

Sir William Talbot became secretary of the Prerogative Court in 1670. If he was a friend of the Calvert family, he was likely a Catholic. The men who settled in Anne Arundel in 1650s were Puritans and very much against the Catholic government of the colony. I doubt this relationship and a primary source should be included.

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On 13 Dec 2016 at 01:03 GMT Kenneth Kinman wrote:

Maryland wasn't settled by the English until 1634, so it seems unlikely that Richard Talbot was born there.

The year of death (1663) is also problematic if his son Richard II was born in 1668.

On 20 Aug 2016 at 01:28 GMT Ken Broughton wrote:

Talbot-1255 and Talbott-280 appear to represent the same person because: Same Person.

On 2 Jul 2014 at 03:07 GMT Darrell Parker wrote:

Talbott-280 and Talbott-516 appear to represent the same person because: same name, dob, location, dod

On 20 Apr 2014 at 16:23 GMT Darrell Parker wrote:

Talbott-404 and Talbott-280 appear to represent the same person because: same dob, spouse, siblings



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