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201 Appeared in the 1870 Pensacola, NC census as a nephew of Wm Riddle. Riddle, Benjamin (I11898)
 
202 Appeared in the tax list., Lusby, Susanna (I2007)
 
203 Appeared in two 1880 census records. Trumper, Emma F. (I12167)
 
204 April 09, 1793
Simon willed to Rhoda 1 negro girl-Wency, 1 feather bed & furniture, 1 bay mare 7 years old & other stock, 10 barrels of corn to be paid 12/1/1793, & 100 acres of land on Pig Branch, where Rhoda lived during her widowhood.
All the rest of the estate was divided between the children:
Sary Herndon, Mary Barry, Jane Massey.
1 child's part to be divided betgween Mary George and Lucy Straughn, daughters of his mother Lucy Straughan deceased, and
Stephen Poe, son of Simon Poe 1 other child's part; also William Poe, the son of Stephen Poe 1 other child's part; his sons William Poe and James Poe & daughter Frances Thompson, already have their part of the estate already.
He makes and ordains his worthy friends, Richard Straughn, Robert Thomson, and James Manley executors of this last will & testament. 
Rhoda (I50)
 
205 Arnold Edgar "Bud" Metcalf, age 76, of Carrollton, Georgia passed away Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton, Georgia.

He was born April 17, 1936 in Yancey County, North Carolina, the son of the late William Metcalf and Kitty Anglin Metcalf. He was the owner operator of Metcalf Trucking, having worked for 45 years in the trucking business. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters and three brothers.

He was survived by his wife, Irene Pruett Metcalf; daughters and sons-in-law: Sherry and Kenneth Massey of Lithia Springs and Debbie and Bobby Varner of Douglasville; son and daughter-in-law, Vaughn and Molly Metcalf of Villa Rica; brother, Donald Metcalf of Black Mountain, North Carolina; grandchildren: Norma George, Shannon Bozzard, Sean Massey, Cody Metcalf, Casey Metcalf and Jessie Metcalf; great grandchildren; Chase, Dustin, Justin, Jordan, Cameron, Kyle and Hope.

Funeral services were conducted at 11:00 AM on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel. Interment followed in Clem Cemetery. Martin & Hightower Heritage Chapel of Carrollton was in charge of the arrangements 
Metcalf, Arnold Edgar (I18285)
 
206 Arthur attended a surprise party for for Miss Cora Fischer January 21, 1914 in honor of her nineteenth birthday. Barnett, Arthur E. (I11191)
 
207 as a child Goff, James Henson (I10978)
 
208 as a child Riddle, Joseph (I10669)
 
209 as a child Riddle, Thomas (I10668)
 
210 as a result of breast cancer which spread to the brain. Riddle, Irene Chloe (I3281)
 
211 as a result of burns suffered when her clothing caught on fire. Wilcox, Viola (I5144)
 
212 as a young child. Buckner, Lydia Jane (I8641)
 
213 as an infant Hellen, Hattie Armstrong (I1756)
 
214 As reported by Debbie Riddle Meers, Georgia died as a secondarly result of complicated childbrith. Riddle, Georgia L. (I4975)
 
215 As reported by Jim Brooks in a letter to me, 11/29/93, Jessie married a Penland and lived in Pensacola. They had one daughter who married a Banks. The Banks now run a store in Pensacola. Riddle, Mary Jessie (I3148)
 
216 As reported by Norma Dilingham Morgan, of Weaverville, NC, the death record from Buncombe County says that Marvel was the son of William Riddle and Pressil Renfoe. The only William Riddle in Buncombe (Yancey, 1833) County in 1825 was William Riddle, son of John W. Riddle, Sr. Thanks to the efforts of Mary Cathryn Riddle Watts the mystery of the ancestry of Marvel Riddle has been solved. The identity of Marvel's father has eluded many Riddle family researchers for several years.

In a number of census records Marvelís fatherís POB is listed as South Carolina. 
Riddle, Marvel M. (I4657)
 
217 As reported by William "Bill" E. Hensley, on January 27, 1998, he thinks that John Hensley is the father of Elizabeth, Nancy,and Abraham. He also thinks that Wilson McMahan is the father of Howard or Archibald and William B. Laurel Branch Baptist Church old record book says: "May 24, 1881 sister Blanche Hensley departed this life this date." This may have been Blanchey Allen Hensley. Blanchey may have been named in honor of her aunt Blanchey Riddle, sister of her mother Lucinda Riddle.

Court records on FHL microfilm #1730667 show him as the bastard child of Wilson McMahan. 
Hensley, Howard Wilson (I3553)
 
218 As reported by William "Bill" E. Hensley, on January 27, 1998, he thinks that John Hensley is the father of Elizabeth, Nancy,and Abraham. He also thinks that Wilson McMahan is the father of Howard or Archibald and William B. Laurel Branch Baptist Church old record book says: "May 24, 1881 sister Blanche Hensley departed this life this date." This may have been Blanchey Allen Hensley. Blanchey may have been named in honor of her aunt Blanchey Riddle, sister of her mother Lucinda Riddle.

Description: Hello, I just wanted to let you know that there is more proof that Wilson McMahan fathered one of the children of Blanchey Allen Hensley.
In February 1841, in Yancey County Court, a case of Bastardy against Wilson McMahan was called, the charge was "Bastardy on the body of Blanchy Hensley". This timing would coincide with the birth of Howard Wilson Hensley (I also think that him having Wilson as a middle name is not a coincidence).

Diana Newton
DianaJNewton2@gmail.com 
McMahan, Wilson (I15652)
 
219 As reported by William "Bill" E. Hensley, on January 27, 1998, he thinks that John Hensley is the father of Elizabeth, Nancy,and Abraham. He also thinks that Wilson McMahan is the father of Howard or Archibald and William B. Laurel Branch Baptist Church old record book says: "May 24, 1881 sister Blanche Hensley departed this life this date." This may have been Blanchey Allen Hensley. Blanchey may have been named in honor of her aunt Blanchey Riddle, sister of her mother Lucinda Riddle. Hensley, William B. (I3554)
 
220 As reported by William "Bill" E. Hensley, on January 27, 1998, he thinks that John Hensley is the father of Elizabeth, Nancy,and Abraham. He also thinks that Wilson McMahan is the father of Howard or Archibald and William B.. Laurel Branch Baptist Church old record book says: "May 24, 1881 sister Blanche Hensley departed this life this date." This may have been Blanchey Allen Hensley. Blanchey may have been named in honor of her aunt Blanchey Riddle, sister of her mother Lucinda Riddle. Hensley, John (I3550)
 
221 As shown in The Biddix Family Of W.N.C. Account by Larry Biddix of Asheville N.C. Father of Nancy Jane BIDDIX. Biddix, John (I2992)
 
222 Asa and his immediate descendants lived in Perry County, Kentucky from 1860s Riddle, Asa (I6000)
 
223 at birth Riddle, John (I10670)
 
224 at her home by the Rev. S. Bowers Family F1040
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4322
 
226 At the age of 18 he went west where he resided for a number of years. He returned to Ohio in 1905.¬ę¬ęs1¬Ľ¬Ľ Fogwell, Edward E. (I10)
 
227 at the Bryant family home. Bryant, Estella Lee (I12767)
 
228 At the home of her daughter Sarah Russell. Frazier, Ellen Harper (I14761)
 
229 at the home of her son, Will Allen. Allen, Prissilla (I4424)
 
230 at the home of her step-daughter Mrs. Stella Stedham in Maryland? Lusby, Ann Williamina (I2812)
 
231 At the home of his brother Sylvester Fogwell, Oliver E. (I7578)
 
232 at the home of his father John Lusby. Family F1029
 
233 at the home of his son Thomas Hardman. Hardman, Joseph Michael (I10636)
 
234 At the time of his death he was visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Rice (Cornelia), in Madison Co., NC. Metcalf, John Sr. (I7027)
 
235 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2339)
 
236 Aubrey ďTomĒ Thomas Riddle Jr., 65, of Richmond, formerly of Lynchburg, passed away Thursday, February 16, 2017, at his residence. Born November 15, 1951, in Lynchburg, he was the son of the late Aubrey T. Riddle Sr. and the late Ruth King Riddle. Tom was a graduate of the University of Richmond and a retired sales manager. He was a member of Fairview United Methodist Church. Tom is survived by his sister, Kathy S. Riddle of Lynchburg; nieces and nephews, Michael Goin (Cheryl), Desiree Goin, Amy G. Garrett, and Aubrey Hall; and numerous nieces, nephews and one great-great nephew. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 4, 2017, at Fairview U.M. Church with the Rev. Phil Showers officiating. Those wishing to make memorial contributions are asked to consider the financial needs of Tomís family. Whitten Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Park Avenue Chapel is serving the family. Riddle, Aubrey Thomas Jr. (I18298)
 
237 Auto accident. Leagar | Leager, James Oscar (I15952)
 
238 B-1-2 Lusby, Thomas Hanson (I1867)
 
239 B-1-2 Lusby, Thomas Albert (I435)
 
240 B-1-2 Lusby, Elizabeth Cecilia (I434)
 
241 b. 05/22/1892, d. 05/11/1973, US Navy, CTSN, Plot: D 0 1710, bur. 05/14/1973 Walker, Mable Elizabeth (I2120)
 
242 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1413)
 
243 Baldwin, James, planter, A. A. County, 7th Dec., 1727; 14th Feb., 1727/28.
To wife Mary, 1/3 personal estate.
To son James and hrs., 105 A. dwell, plan. ----, bequeathed testator by father John Baldwin, dec'd; sd. son dying without issue, to pass in succession to sons John, Thomas and Tyler and their hrs.
To son Thomas and hrs., 150 A. "Brushy Neck," bou. of bro. John; he dying without issue, to pass in succession to sons James and Tyler and their hrs.
To daus. Susannah and Mary and their hrs., 200 A. "Mother's Gift," nr. the Indian Town, Prince George's Co.
To 6 child., viz. John, James, Thomas, Tyler, Susannah and Mary, residue of personal estate.
Exs.: Wife Mary and Robert Tyler, gentleman, Prince George's Co.
Test: Robert Lusby, Jr., Vachel Denton, Thomas Baldwin. 19, 509.
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James Baldwin 13.100 AA £105.1.6 May 1 1728 Jun 11 1728
Appraisers: John Welsh, David Weems.
Creditors: Peter Hinne, Thomas Cockey.
Next of kin: John Baldwin, Thomas Baldwin.
Administrator: Mr. Robert Tyler.
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James Baldwin 9.192 A AA £105.1.6 £112.14.2 Jun 11 1728
Executor: Robert Tyler, Sr. of Prince George's County.
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James Baldwin 11.416 A AA £47.9.11 Jun 22 1732
Received from: Robert Brashear, Robert Alexander, Sam. Minskin, John Woolf, Mark Watson, Mr. Anne Beckwith, Ebenezar Moss, Edmond Benson, John Lomas, Thomas Jopson, Zacharia Macubins in the hands of John Smith on account of James Govan.
Payments to: Charles Calvert, Esq., Edward Henry Calvert, Esq., Phill. Loyd, Edmond Jenings, Mr. Michaell Macnemara.
Executor: Mr. Robert Tyler.
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1748-1752 Frederick County MD Land Records {Patricia Abelard Andersen}
pg. 90-91. John Waters Junior, ofPGC, recorded 31 Oct. 1749, made 24 Aug. 1749, between Mary Baldwin daughter of James Baldwin of PGC, for 15 pounds sterling, sells her title to tract called "Mothers Gift" containing 400 acres lying in "Prince Frederick" County, adjoining to Patuxent River. Signed by Mark, M, Mary Baldwin, before John Lamar Junr. and Tyler Baldwin. Receipt, ack. 4 shillings alienation fine paid. 
Baldwin, James (I16420)
 
244 Baldwin, John, gent.,A. A. Co.,27th Feb., 1714; 26th Mch., 1715.
To son John and hrs., 105 A., part of "Baldwin's Chance," adjoining land of Robert Lusby and dau. Mary Lusby, and 200 A. in Prince George's County, adjoining land "Bear Neck," belonging to Benja. Williams in Prince George's Co.; also, to sd. son, house and lot in London town.
To son afsd. and dau. Katharine Baldwin, lott and houses in Annapolis, and to sd. dau., 50 A., part of "Baldwin's Chance," also 80 A., part of "Littleton."
To dau. Mary Lusby afsd. and her husband Robert, 50 A., part of "Baldwin's Chance," where they now live, and 100 A., "Littleton," on Patuxent R.
To son James and hrs., 105 A., part of "Baldwin's Chance" afsd., and 200 A., , in Prince George's County, adjoining "Bear Neck" as afsd.
To Thomas and hrs., 105 A., sd. "Baldwin's Chance," and 100 A., part of "Littleton" afsd.
To wife Hester, life interest in real estate afsd. and personal property jointly with child. afsd.
Exs.: Wife Hester and son John.
Test: Barnett Nuby, Edmond Benson, Rich'd Freeborne. 14. 30.
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John Baldwin, Sr. 36C.15 I AA £360.4.8 Mar 26 1715
Appraisers: Richard Warfield, Edmond Benson.
Creditors: Amos Garrett.
Approvers: James Baldwin.
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John Baldwin 36C.178 I AA £35.12.1 1716
Appraisers: Richard Wharfield, Edmund Benson.
List of debts: Capt. John Reece, Mr. Tasker, Miles Godman, Stephen West, Lawrance Hall, Henry Bateman, Edmund Benson, Edward Bumney.
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John Baldwin 37A.123 A AA £360.4.0 £51.5.3 Jun 12 1716
A second inventory is cited in the amount of £35.12.1.
Payments to: Capt. Thomas Larkin, Jo. White, John Navarr, John Slatter, Charles Kilburne, Richard Rackstraw, Edward Rumney, Mr. Benjamin Fordham, Robert Nearn, Jonathon Cooper, Samuel Peel, Miles Godman, Henry Carter, Thomas Linthicum, Benjamin Tasker, W. Bladen, Esq., Mr. Thomas Jones, Mr. Thomas Reynolds.
Executor: Mr. John Baldwin, Easter Baldwin.
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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY LAND RECORDS, Deed, 31 August 1700
From: PHILLIP LYNES of Charles County, gent., and wife MARGARETT.
To: HICKFORD LEMAN of P. G. Co.
Price: 127 pounds sterling
Property: The southern half of the 800 acre tract "Batchelors Harbour" in P. G. County, formerly in Charles County, on the east side of Piscataway River about two miles above Piscataway Creek, bounding on St. George Creek, Ash Creek, and Jeromes Creek which is also called Swan Creek.
Signature: PHILIP LYNES
Wit.: JOHN HAWKINS, ROBT. WADE, JOHN BALDWIN
Ackn'd: PHILLIP LYNES, 31 August 1700 Recorded: (date unspecified), Vol. A, p. 385 
Baldwin, John (I1447)
 
245 Baltimore County estate dockets 1851-1908: John E. Bolte of Harrisonville, Bolte, Dr. John Edward (I2541)
 
246 Baltimore Newspaper Notices
Situations Wanted - Male
A settled man, bartender, wants position. F. Hartung, 780 W. Mulberry St.
Baltimore Morning Herald, Wednesday, Oct 30, 1901

Liquor License Petitions
Transfer of License
Hartung, Frank 921 Pennsylvania Ave. Ward 14
Baltimore American, Tuesday, Oct 17, 1899 
Hartung, John Adolph (I2030)
 
247 Baptismal records of Old Bohemia or St. Francis Xavier Church in, Warwick , Cecil County, MD., Copy simply states " James Lusby ", no initial at all. This child is the son of John Lusby and Sara Nowland and is described as six months old on October 16, 1822. He James later fathered a boy, John Vincent Lusby an Lusby, James B. (I1869)
 
248 Based on a recent discovery of a Bible believed to have belonged to either Benjamin Tyree Riddle or to his son James Riddle, the following is recorded: 'John Riddle died the 18th of March 1844.' Riddle, John W. Sr. (I10546)
 
249 Based on parents DOM. Dudley, Mary (I15064)
 
250 Based on the 1850 census of John Seegar. No mother listed. Seigar, Martha A. (I14742)
 

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