Facts and Events
Will of Philip Lee
- Lee, Philip, Gent., Prince George's County, 20th March, 1743-4; 1st May, 1744.
- To son Richard, at death of his mother-in-law, land which test. bought from Thomas Smith and Daniel Dulaney, he to make over to son Arthur, 500 acres. Rock Cr. land left him by his mother Sarah, dec'd.
- To son Hancock 1/2 land taken up at Rock Cr. and plantations bought from Joseph and James Brook.
- To son Corbin, residue of land taken up at Rock Cr. and 200 acres. "Rehoboth" given test. by his father Col. Richard of Va.
- To sons John and George, 600 acres. "Rehoboth".
- To son Francis, 200 acres. "Rehoboth,"
- To grandson Philip, 200 acres. "Rehoboth".
- To wife Elizabeth, provided she remain a Protestant, ""Bart's Hope" and "The Addition" which test. bought from Major or Capt. Samuel Perry.
- To son George, "Lee's Purchase" on Potomac River which test. bought from John Ashman.
- To sons Richard and Thomas, "Paradise" in Gloucester Go., left test. by his father.
- To daus. Eleanor and Anne Russell, £5.
- To grandchild ----- and Philip, child. of test. son Philip, dec'd. and his wife Grace, grandchild, ---, --- child. of test. oldest son Richard and his wife Grace, and any other grandchild. born or to be born, personalty.
- To dau. -------, Patts, wife of William Patts, personalty. [probably Potts]
- To wife Elizabeth, and child. Richard, Arthur, Hancock, Corbin, John, George, Francis, Thomas, Letitia, Elizabeth, Alice, Hannah, Margaret and grandson Philip, residue of estate including Bake House and Grist Mill.
- Exs.: Wife Elizabeth, son Thomas.
- Test: Joseph Gwinn, Benj. Gwinn, Philip Jenkins, Charles Jones, John Douglas.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Bowie, Effie Gwynn. Across the Years in Prince George's County, a Genealogical and Biographical History of some Prince George's Co. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1975), pg. 518.