Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
Thomas Moore’s Genealogy Site - Person Sheet
NameMary
ResidenceEssex County, Virginia
DeathJul 1753
Documentation
On 19 April 1724, John Haile of Southfarnham Parish sold to John Edmondson of Southfarnham Parish. For 15 pounds tobacco, land in Essex and King & Queen Counties on Hoskins Creek and Mattapony Creek, 100 acres. Bordered by William Holt, Jonathan Haile, Thomas Bourne, and Adam Donham. Rent of one year of Indian Corn at the feast of St. Michael if demanded. To “the intent…that…John Edmondson may be in actual possession of the premises and be enabled to accept of a grant & release of the revertion & Inheritance of the same to him…” Signed John Haile, Mary her M mark Haile. Witnesses: Richard Dudley, Peter Dudley. Recorded 20 April 1725. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 18, pages 47–48.]

On 20 April 1724, John Haile of Southfarnham Parish released to John Edmondson of Southfarnham Parish. For 1,600 pounds of tobacco and cask, John Haile releases land in Essex and King and Queen Counties on Mattapony and Hoskins Creeks, 100 acres (same as above), formerly belonging to John Haile, all right title and interest. And 200 acres formerly in dispute with James Boughan deceased. Signed John Haile, Mary her M mark Haile. Witnesses: Richard Dudley, Peter Dudley. Recorded 20 April 1725. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 18, pages 48–51.]

Mary Haile was mentioned in the 17 August 1744 will of her husband John Haile. She was to receive use of all estate during her life or widowhood and was named executrix. She presented the will in court with her son John Haile on 16 October 1744. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 7, pages 214–216.]

On 16 October 1744, Mary Haile, John Haile, Wm Tyler and John Farguson were bound £1,000 sterling for Mary Haile’s and John Haile’s execution of the will of John Haile. Signed Mary her M mark Haile, John Haile jun, W Tyler, John ffarguson. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 7, pages 216–217.]

An inventory and appraisal of the estate of John Haile was made by John ffarguson, James Allen and Wm Dix. Total valuation £141.1.0-1/2 plus some additions. Returned by John Haile and Mary Haile. Recorded 20 November 1744. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 7, pages 226–229.]

On 20 May 1753, Thomas Haile and Elizabeth his wife of Essex County sold to John Latane. Lease and release. For 5 shillings/£163, 324 acres “which the said Thomas Haile purchased of his Brother Benjamin Haile by a certain Deed … which said Land was given by a Deed of Gift to ye sd Benjamin Haile by his father John Haile bearing Date the Eighteenth day of October in the year of our Lord 1742 And the said Land was Mortgaged by the sd Thomas Hail unto Andrew Crawford Gent. by a Deed of Feoffment Dated the Sixteenth of april in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty one which Deed the said Mortgagee has Delivered to the said John Latane and the widow of John Haile the Father [illegible] & the Mother of Thos. Haile the Bargainer doth hereby Acknowlege her right of all Lands to ye Barginae reserveing only one hundred Acres to herself During her Natural Life …” Signed Thomas Haile, Eliza her + mark Haile. Witnesses: Jno Clements Richd Hodges, Jno Smether, Archibald Ritchie. Witnesses to Mary Haile: Peggay Paggett, James Munday, Wm Daingerfield Jur, Archibald Ritchie. Release signed by Mary her 3 mark Haile. Recorded 19 June 1753. [Essex County, Virginia, Deed Book 26, pages 256–261.]

The will of Mary Haile was dated 14 July 1753. To grandson Aris Haile son of John Haile, Negro Tom. To granddaughter Martha Greenhill feather bed and furniture. All other goods to son John Haile. Not signed. Nuncupative will presented by John Haile on 17 July 1753, proved by the oaths of Francis Wagener and Susanna Allen, ordered recorded. [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 9, page 240.]
Spouses
Birthabt 1676
Deathabt Sep 1744
FatherCaptain Richard Haile (~1643-<1703)
MotherMary
Marriageabt 1700
ChildrenFrancis (-1780)
 John (<1707-1761)
 Thomas (-<1789)
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