- There is a conflict between her death date and the date of her marriage to Johns >. One source says her death date is correctly 18 Feb. 1743.
In same source: [p.357] IX. Johns, b. 30th Dec. 1720; m. (firstly) May, 1744, Mary GILLISS; m. (secondly) 14th Nov. 1749, Mary Richardson CROCKETT, widow of Col. John CROCKETT of the British Army, and dau. of Joseph RICHARDSON; m. (thirdly) 16th Feb. 1758, Elizabeth THOMAS, dau. of Samuel and Mary (SNOWDEN) THOMAS.
ANDREW COOMES was the son of Richard COOMBS, Sr. (1675-1752), of Charles Co., the progenitor of the family as far as traced. Sarah Richardson COOMBS was the dau. of Richard RICHARDSON, Jr., and Mary PIERPONT; and granddau. of Richard RICHARDSON, Sr., and Margaret COLE; and great-granddau. of William RICHARDSON, Jr., and Maragaret SMITH; and great-great-granddau. of William RICHARDSON, Sr., and Elizabeth EWEN.
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EDWARD LLOYD, the first of Wye House, b. near Wye River, in Wales, circa 1600; emigrated to the colony of Virginia, and resided there from 1637 to 1649; member of Assembly of Virginia, 1644-45; compelled to quit Virginia on account of being a Puritan, he came to Maryland with Leonard STRONG and others, and settled on Greenbury Point, near Annapolis, Maryland. In 1650, he was appointed by Gov. STONE, Commander of Arms, Anne Arundel Co.; at the river Severn, 5th July, 1652, with his associates, made a treaty with the Susqwehannough Indians; 22d July, 1654, he, with Capt. Wm. FULLER, Richard PRESTON, Wm. DURAND, Capt. John SMITH, Leonard STRONG, John LAWSON, John HATCH, Richard WELLS and Richard EWEN, took possession of the Province of Maryland in the name of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, compelling Gov. William STONE to resign the government of the Province to them; was member of the Provincial Court, 1656, and held this position for [p.454] some time; was CROMWELL'S Commissioner of Parliament. Left Maryland, 1688, and resided in London until his death in 1695. In his will he devised Wye House to Edward LLOYD, son of his deceased son, Philemon LLOYD. m. (firstly) in Virginia, circa 1646, Alice CROUCH; m. (secondly) in England (wife's name unknown), but had no issue by second m.
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