November 30, 1725- William Medley has died at the age of 47 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. William was born in St. Mary's about 1678 to William Medley & Anne Reynolds. He was buried at Old Chapel, Clements Town.
The Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume V.Wills from 1720 To1726 (Volume V)
Medly (Medley), William, St Mary's Co., 22nd Sept., 1725; 30th Nov., 1725.
To cousin George and hrs., plantation ---- and 3 yrs. of time of Lawrence Whelch, indentured servant.
" bro. John, Mr. Francis Loyd, cousin John and his son John, cousins William, Thos., James and Ann, and William Daft, John Anderson, John Far and Lewis Moor, personalty.
" James Tull, on condition he remain with George Medley until he is 18 yrs. of age, personalty.
Bro. John and his son George exs. and residuary legatees.
Testator directs that he be buried at the old Chaple, Clements Town.
Test: Stephen Martin, William Sword, Sary Hammond, John Hammond. 18, 418.
William Medley 11.260 SM £181.3.0 Dec 9 1725 Apr 3 1726
Appraisers: William Greenwood, John Mills.
Creditors: William Sword, John Millman.
Next of kin: John Midlay, Jr., Rebecca Thompson.
Executors: John Medley, George Medley.
William Medley 8.219 A SM £181.3.0 £277.18.1 Apr 2 1727
Received from: James Wabe, John Norris, Henry Wensett, Samuel Johnson, Thomas Pain, James Boyd, Daniel Harris, John Owens, John Taylor.
Payments to: George Craghill, Capt. Richard Hopewell, John Millman, William Steale, Richard Sherburn, John Hammond, Stephen Martin, Barbara Johnson, Henry Williams, John Thompson, William Sword, Sarah Hammond, John Milman.
Distribution to: executors.
Executors: John Medley, George Medley. Came William Medley & George Medley.
(William Medley is my fourth cousin 5 times removed. Our common ancestor is Arthur Thompson.)
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