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William Wofford III (1674 - 1746)

William Wofford III
Born in Marylandmap
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Husband of — married about 1699 in Prince George's, Marylandmap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 72 in Montgomery, Marylandmap
Profile last modified | Created 2 Oct 2009
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Biography

William was born about 1674 and passed away about 1746. William was buried in Frederick Co., MD. Rockville, MD is in the present Montgomery Co. formed in 1776 from Frederick Co., which was formed in 1748 from Prince Georges Co.

Research Notes

Data on profiles before merge showed he died in Prince George's Co, MD and Montgomery, MD, so more research is required.

  • Shannon Albritton; Title: Family connections from Willoughby's in Marion County, Mississippi; MyHeritage.com family tree; Family connections from Willoughbys in Marion County, Mississippi; Family tree: 2009AprilShannon; Media: 377783-2

Sources

Note: "Leandro Andrea Manuscripts" - page 7
London, merchant., and William Maudint. Receipt signed by said William Wofford, Sr,. and Adam Miller, of Prince Georges Co., Md. Recorded 7 Nov., 1730.
A. list of Taxables, 1733, Prince Georges Co., Md., Rock Creek 100, taken by Charles Perry: William Wofford.
"Leandro Andrea Manuscripts" - page 28
14 Aug., 1727, deed of gift to Elizabeth Willowbee, from William Wofford, Sr. Gift of two mares. (same to Sary Willowbee.) Recorded 16 Nov., 1727, request of Michael Urion.
12 June 1729, deed from William Wofford, Sr. to Adam Miller, conveying 50 acres of land known as "Turkey Thickett", on eastern branch of Potomac River. Wit: John Mackall, Ralph Crabb. Recorded 7 Nov. 1730, request of Adam Miller.
2 Nov. 1730 William Wofford, Sr., of Prince Georges Co., Md., bill of sale. Consideration 1430 lbs. tobacco, paid by John Stanbury
28 Nov., 1730 (recorded), William Wofford, Sr., of Prince Georges Co., Md., to John Hyde & Co., of London, exrs. est. of Col. John Bradford, dec'd., of Prince Georges Co., deed for 78 acres of land,, tract called "The William & Ann". adjoining tract called "The John & Mary" in possession of John Day's orphans.


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Wofford-692 and Wofford-8 appear to represent the same person because: both are the father of Jane
posted by Sandra Emmons
Wofford-25 and Wofford-8 appear to represent the same person because: They have the same relatives and dates. I'm using the suffix III because his grandfather is also a William Wofford.
posted by Bill Brooks

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