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Subject: [MDFR] WBT-3, 247-265 - COCKEY, McCANNON, BEATTY, KARN - 1848
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2010 02:42:37 -0400
Frederick Co, Maryland Equity Court Abstracts - WBT-3
247-265 - COCKEY, McCANNON, BEATTY, KARN - 1848
John Paul COCKEY and Others vs William H. McCANNON
John COCKEY d/ May 1848 intestate
s/ John PAUL COCKEY and w/ Eliza - Baltimore City
s/ Joseph C. COCKEY - Baltimore City
s/ John H. T. COCKEY and w/ Elizabeth - New York
s/ Sebastian G. COCKEY and w/ Elizabeth
d/ Margaret E. COCKEY
s/ Theodore F. COCKEY
d/ Eleanor G. w/o William H. McCANNON
Land - "Monocacy Manor", Lot #11, 129 acres; Lot #24, 60 acres; Lot #22,
to John COCKEY Jr. of Baltimore County from Mountjoy BAYLEY (w/
1801; lies along the Monocacy River.
- "Monocacy Manor", Lot #11, 1+ acres; from Michael DOTRO (w/ Mary) in
- "Rip Shin", 70 acres, from John M. BEATTY (w/ Letty) and Charles A.
(w/ Eunice) of George Town in the District of Columbia in 1806, who were
Col. Charles BEATTY (he d/ Sep 1804). Their brother Thomas J. BEATTY
conveyed his part to his brother Charles A. BEATTY. Property adjoined
Monocacy River and was free of the dower of Mrs. Verlenda BEATTY, widow
Col. Charles BEATTY.
- "Seven Bits United", 196 acres, and "Oxes Chance", 50 acres, from
HOLTZ, Michael MYERS and Andrew HEDGES, commissioners for the heirs of
John KAHRN/KARN (he died since 1788; his eldest son was Jacob KARN), in
- "Williams Project", 1 acre, by warrant in 1809; surveyed and then
to Bloomfield"; lies along the Monocacy River.
- "Merry Makes One", 5 acres, in the village of Urbana, from William
John from Montgomery County in 1837 (previously to Willson from George
Trustees were William J. ROSE and Madison NELSON; on 4 Aug 1849, sales
- Joseph C. COCKEY for the Home Farm, "Bloomfield", 215 acres, at
- Joseph C. COCKEY for mountain land, "Oxes Chance" at $10/acre.
- Joseph C. COCKEY for House and Lot in Urbana at $1,500.
Total sales, $15,007.50.
Distribution: Each 1/7 share, $2,064.03; Closed 6 Oct 1849.
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