|Birth||11 Nov 1685||Hockley, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland [5, 6]|
|Death Note||Among other generous bequests to his children (most of the land he had already put in trust for them), is “Item - To daughter Elinor Lynch, who for her disobedience, I exclude from any part of my estate, five shilling Sterling.”|
The inventory of his estate included 21 Russia leather chairs, 21 napkins, 2 cases knives and forks and 34 slaves.
Dorsey, Caleb, gent.,A. A. Co.,7th Jan., 1742;
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To wife Eleanor, 100 A. “New Years Gift,” “Higgins Choice,” purchased from Thomas Higgins, and 187 A. “Dorsey's Friendship,” at her death to pass to son Thomas Beal (Dorsey) and in event of his death without hrs. to his bro. Richard.
To dau. Eleanor Lynch, 5s.
To child. viz. Basil, John, Caleb, Richard, Edward, Joshua, Thomas Beal, Sophia, Deborah and Mary, grandson Caleb son of Basil, grandson Caleb son of John, personalty.
Exs.: Richard, Edward.
Test: Richard Warfield, Sr., Tho. Gough, Sam. Howard, Cadwalladis Edwards. 23. 239.
By codicil: to son Edward, house and lot in Annapolis devised to testator by Jane Burnell, deceased. To wife Eleanor lands testator purchased from Elizabeth Beal, extx. of John Beal, this being 200 A. of “Howard's Hill” and 60 A. “Howard's Henship”.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 8 
|Real Estate||He was deeded Hockley in the Hole by his father. He owned thousands of acres in Anne Arundel Co. and lots in Annapolis, Maryland, as well. |
|Died||Oct 1760||Anne Arundel Co., Maryland |
|Person ID||I767||Owings Stone Genealogy, Ancestry & Heritage|
|Last Modified||13 Aug 2006 00:00:00|
|Father||JOHN DORSEY, b. Abt 1650|
|Mother||PLEASANCE ELY, b. Bef 1665|
|Family ID||F930||Group Sheet|
|Family||ELINOR WARFIELD, b. 10 Jul 1683, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland|
|Married||24 Aug 1704||St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Maryland [4, 5, 9]|
|Family ID||F929||Group Sheet|
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