Person:Francis Segars (7)

Watchers
Francis Segar
d.Bef 15 Mar 1808
m. Abt 1759
  1. Catherine Segars1760 -
  2. Jeremiah Seger1763 - Bef 1808
  3. Francis Segar1765 - Bef 1808
  4. Joseph Seger1767 -
  5. Reuben Segars1769 - Bef 1803
  6. Mary Ann Segarsabt 1773 - bef 1847
  7. Anne Segars1779 - 1849
m. 20 May 1802
Facts and Events
Name[1] Francis Segar
Alt Name[2] Francis Segers
Alt Name[7] Francis Segars
Gender Male
Birth[4] 31 Mar 1765 Cecil, Maryland, United StatesSt Mary Anne's (North Elk) Parish
Property[3] 13 Feb 1801 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesagreement with John C. Campbell
Property[5] 10 Mar 1802 Cecil, Maryland, United Statespurchased part of Three Bohemia Sisters
Marriage 20 May 1802 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesno children
to Mary Grimes
Death[7] Bef 15 Mar 1808
Property[6] 6 May 1807 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesreceived payment for rights of land leased
Probate[7] 15 Mar 1808 Cecil, Maryland, United Stateswidow bonded as administratrix of estate
References
  1. An act for the relief of the heirs of Francis Segar (the elder) and others, in Laws of Maryland. Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 594, pp. 248-253, 1842, Secondary quality.

    Chapter 291
    Francis Segar the elder died seized of about 153 acres situate partly in Newcastle county in the State of Delaware, and partly in Cecil county in the State of Maryland, died intestate and without issue, having to survive him a widow, Mary who afterwards intermarried with a certain Pennington
    and also having as his heirs at law one brother Reuben Segar and three sisters, Catherine, Mary and Anne Segar
    and the said Reuben Segar afterwards died intestate, having to survive him three children Reuben, Francis, and Mary, who afterwards intermarried with a certain John McWharter
    and the said sister Mary intermarried with a certain David Short now deceased
    and the said sister Catherine intermarried with a certain Ray
    and the said sister Anne intermarried with James Lake and is now living
    and that his brother and sisters each inherited a one-quarter share in Francis Segar's (the elder) estate
    ...
    And that the heirs of Reuben Segar (Reuben, Francis, Mary and John McWharter), and Mary Segars Short in her widowhood, sold their undivided shares to Davidson D. Pearce
    And that Catherine Ray and her husband sold their undivided share to William Bouldin, who afterwards died intestate leaving as his heirs four children, Richard, George, Rachel and Eliza, each inheriting one-sixteenth undivided share of Francis Segar's (the elder) estate
    And that George Bouldin sold his undivided share to John L. Clayton, and the other three children of William Bouldin sold one undivided share to Reuben Lake and two undivided shares to Jesse Lake
    And that Anne and James Lake retain the right to their undivided share
    The whole being subject to the right of dower of Mary Pennington, the widow of Francis Segar, the elder
    And the said tract of land cannot be divided without detriment to the parties entitle, and that a special enactment is necessary to meet the exigencies of the case

  2. Cecil County, in Maryland, United States. Maryland Land Records, Liber JS 27, Folio 180, Primary quality.

    Results of inquiry re: property ownership and damages incurred from construction of a road for use of carriages, waggons, carts or other vehicles for/by the Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland Steam Navigation Company. The Company was incorporated by an Act of the General Assembly of Maryland, passed at December 1825. The property in question extends from Fisher Street in the town of Elkton, MD, to the MD/DE border. Owners of property include:
    1st parcel = Thomas Biddle
    2nd parcel = Elizabeth Pearce and Sarah Ann Pearce, heirs of (NN) Pierce
    3rd parcel = 1/4 to the heirs of William Boulden: Rachel (Mrs. Samuel) Hogg, Elizabeth Boulden, Richard Boulden, and George Boulden; and that Margaret, widow of William Boulden has right of dower to the whole during her life time.
    ditto = 1/4 to Mrs. James Lake
    ditto = 1/4 to Mrs. David Short
    ditto = 1/4 to Francis Segers, Mary (Mrs. John) McWharter, and Reuben Segers;
    ditto = and that Mary, widow of Francis Segers, has right of dower to the whole of parcel 3 during her life time.

  3. Cecil County, in Maryland, United States. Maryland Land Records, Liber JB 6 & 22, pp.. 389, 390, Primary quality.

    p. 389
    Indenture 13 Feb 1801
    Between John C. Campbell of Cecil County, Maryland farmer
    and Francis Segar of same place
    who paid 200£
    for land on the south side of Elk River at or near the confluence of Big Elk and little Elk called Prices Adventure now in the Actual use occupation possession of John C. Campbell containing 25 acres more or less
    Signed John C. Campbell
    Witnesses: Tobs Rudulph, Associate Justice, John King
    p. 390
    Indenture 13 Feb 1801
    Between Francis Segar of Cecil County, Marylad
    and John C. Campbell farmer of same place
    who paid 200 £
    for land on the south side of Elk River at or near the confluence of Big Elk and little Elk being part of a tract of land called Prices Adventure now in the actual use occupation possession and enjoyment of John C. Campbell and conveyed by him to the grantor by deed bearing equal date with these presents containing 25 acres more or less
    Signed Francis Segar
    Witnesses: Tobs Rudulph, Associate Justice, John King
    Recorded 14 Feb 1801

  4. St Mary Anne's Parish (North Elk Parish), in Peden, Henry C. (Henry Clint). Early Anglican church records of Cecil County. (Westminster, Maryland: Family Line Publications, 1990), p. 73, Secondary quality.

    Catherine Seger, dau of Joseph and Mary b 20 Dec 1760
    Jeremiah Seger son of same b 20 Feb 1763
    Francis Seger, son of same b. 31 Mar 1765
    Joseph Seger son of same b 23 Aug 1767
    Ruben Seger son of same b 22 Oct 1769

  5. Cecil County, in Maryland, United States. Maryland Land Records, Liber JB 7 & 23, p. 429, Primary quality.

    Indenture 10 Mar 1802
    Between Samuel Glenn Esq. of Cecil County, maryland
    and Francis Segar of same place
    who paid 800 £
    for that tract of land called the Three Bohemia Sisters formerly devised by Augustine Herman to his Daughter Anna Margaretta
    Beginning at a marked stump standing on a point dividing a small Branch from the Main Branch of Broad Creek or from Nathaniel Chicks Mill Pond and on the east side of said small Branch it being the Beginning of Thomas Bouldin's Land
    and running thence N43 deg 30 min W 30 perches then S 70 deg 30 min W 17 perches to the main Road leading from Broad Creek Mill to the Head of Elk River . . . . . .
    containing 153 and 1/4 acres more or less
    purchased by Samuel Glenn from william Barce 16 Jan 1770 recorded in Liber FK 3 folio 200-203
    reserving to the said Samuel Glenn the crop of wheat and Rye now in the ground
    Signed Samuel Glenn
    Witnesses: Samuel Briscoe JP, Samuel Maffit JP
    with agreement of Ada Glenn, wife of Samuel Glenn
    Recorded 25 Aug 1802

  6. Cecil County, in Maryland, United States. Maryland Land Records, Liber JS 4 & 29, p. 261, Primary quality.

    Elkton, 6 May 1807
    Rec'd from John R. Kirk Atty for Campbell Chambers Admin and Heir of John C. Chambers deceased
    the sum of $20 in full payment
    for any claim John Gillespie & elizabeth his wife (late Elizabeth Banington one of the heirs of Richard Banington deceased) to land leased by John C. Chambers in his life time to Richard Banington in his life time.
    Signed: Francis Segars
    itness: Alexander Scott
    Recorded 19 Jul 1808

  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Maryland. Orphan's Court (Cecil County). Administrator and guardian bonds : 1674-1859. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1948), 1802-1812 - p. 309; FHL #0013880 , Primary quality.

    No. 282 - Francis Segars 15 March 1808
    Mary Segars widow, Lewis Thomas and John King gentlemen all of Cecil County
    Bond of $2000
    Condition, Mary [Segars] Administratrix of all and singular the goods and Chattells and Personal Estate of Francis Segars late of Cecil County deceased, according to Law
    Signed: Mary Segers and Lewis Thomas