Person:Mary Unknown (5725)

Mary
 
d.Bef 12 Feb 1823
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
Facts and Events
Name Mary
Gender Female
Marriage Abt 1759 Date based on birth of oldest known child
to Joseph Segar
Property[9] 17 Aug 1779 Cecil, Maryland, United Statespurchased property
Residence[2] 1783 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesassessed for taxes
Residence[3] 1786 Cecil, Maryland, United Statesassessed for taxes
Census[4] 1790 Cecil, Maryland, United States
Census[5] 1800 Cecil, Maryland, United States
Census[6] 1810 Cecil, Maryland, United States
Sale[7] 5 Oct 1814 Cecil, Maryland, United States
Census[8] 1820 Cecil, Maryland, United States
Death[1] Bef 12 Feb 1823
Probate[1] 12 Feb 1823 Cecil, Maryland, United StatesValuation of estate
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Maryland. Orphan's Court (Cecil County). Administration accounts : 1819-1854. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1948), Book C - p. 658; FHC #0013883, Primary quality.

    Messrs John H. Ford and Nicholas Hyland of Edward authorized to examine the estate and estimate the annual value inc. slaves, working beasts and stock of Mary Segars late of said County deceased now under the care of James Lake Administrator
    12 Feb 1823

    Valuation of estate of Mary Segars deceased now in hands of James Lake
    Annual Value $30
    There is on the land a log dwelling house 18 ft by 20 in good repair also a small out house part finished 14 ft by 14
    a corn house 14 ft by 7 in tolerable good repair
    a small stable very bad order
    an apple orchard of 75 trees
    it is supposed there is from 35-40 acres of cleared land enclosed with a tolerable good fence the residue of the land is in woods but very indifferently timbered, the whole track or tracks [sic] to contain 75 acres being part of two Tracks called Lumventure and Stone Range
    Signed Jno. H. Ford, Nicholas Hyland
    Recorded 7 March 1823

  2. 1783 Tax List of Maryland: Part I, Cecil, Talbot, Harford, and Calvert Counties. Cecil County, Maryland, Public Library, in Elkton, Secondary quality.

    Original Lists are in the Scharf Collection at MD Historical Society and Hall of Records & include # of slaves, kinds of livestock and amt. of geld plate
    p. 23 -
    Return of Abraham Cazier, 4th District, inc. South Milford and Elk Hundreds
    Mary Segars with 8 white inhabitants
    p. 25 -
    Return of Abraham Cazear, 4th District, inc. Hundreds of South Milford and Elk
    Mary Seagers - owner or claimant of pt. of Lum's Venture

  3. Cecil, Maryland, United States. Ceil County Assessments 1786-1794. Historical Society of Cecil County, p. 43 - 1786, Primary quality.

    Mary Segars - 76 acres @ $63, other $8

  4. Elk Neck, Cecil, Maryland, in Cecil, Maryland, United States. 1790 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Mary Segar, 1 m 16 and older, 5 females

  5. Elk Neck, Cecil, Maryland, in Cecil, Maryland, United States. 1800 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 41, Primary quality.

    Mary Segar, 1 m >10, 3 f 16-25, 1 26-44, 2 f 45 and over

  6. Cecil, Maryland, in Cecil, Maryland, United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 280; FHL #193668, Primary quality.

    Mary Segars, 1 male under 10, 1 female under 10, 1 female 26-45, 1 female over 45 [note: neighbor to Aramenta Short, James Lake, David Short]

  7. Cecil County (Maryland). Clerk of the Circuit Court. Land records, 1674-1850. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1948), Vol 10, p. 35; FHL #0013837, Primary quality.

    Mary Segars of Cecil County, MD, for $200 paid by William Boulden of Cecil Co., MD
    sold to William Boulden "my negro girl named Sophia or Soph" and after she has served William Boulden his heirs or assigns for nine years from 1 Nov next to be free and clear of all service or servitude; if Sophia has children while serving William Boulden, they are to serve 30 years and then be free of servitude; if William Boulden sells the girl, it is not to be to anyone who will take her out of the state of MD
    signed 5 Oct 1814, Mary Segars
    Witnesses: Lewis Miller & N. L. Dawson

  8. Cecil, Maryland, in Cecil, Maryland, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 146; NARA #M33-40, Primary quality.

    Segers, Mary, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45, 1 female slave under 14

  9. Cecil County (Maryland). Clerk of the Circuit Court. Land records, 1674-1850. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1948), Vol 14, p. 328; FHL #0013827, Primary quality.

    Indenture 17 Aug 1779
    Between Michael Lum of Cecil County, Province of Maryland jointer
    and Mary Segars widow of same place
    who paid £1000 common money for
    Part of that Tract of Land called Stoney Range on the west side of Elk River
    Beginning a a marked apple tree standing in a field on the Division line between Jacob Lum [& me] and from thence Running west 172 perches then North 68 and 1/2 deg East 56 perches then East south East 170 perches then South West to the place of Beginning fifty-five perches
    Containing 75 acres more or less
    Being the whole of Michael Lums part of that tract of land originally granted and pattented to Johanneas Arrant, Michael Lum, and Peter Boyer as will appear by a certificate of survey in the Land Office Bearing date 28 Aug 1751
    Signed Michael Lum
    Witnesses Stephen Hyland, Thos. Hughes, Justices
    and Elizabeth Lum, wife of Michael, acknowledged her right of dower to be the right and proper Estate of Mary Segars