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Person Sheet


Name Col. Nicholas LOWE Gent.
Birth Date 1639
Death Date 22 Oct 1714
Death Place Talbot Co., MD
Father John LOWE Esq. (<1616-1659)
Mother Katherine PILKINGTON
Spouses
1 Elizabeth ROE
Death Date abt 1719
Death Place Talbot Co., MD
Father Edward ROE
Mother Mary
Marriage Date bef 1692
Children Sarah (->1718)
Mary (-<1744)
Nicholas (->1745)
Vincent (1702-)
Dorothy (->1719)
Prudence (-<1754)
Notes for Col. Nicholas LOWE Gent.
Note: Vincent Lowe had a son Nicholas Lowe who wit. the (1699 Talbot Co.) will of Joesph Whittaker's widow Mary. I don't know the relationship of these Lowes to Lowes of Baltimore Co, MD. I know that Wm. Pickett's (of Baltimore who witnessed Thomas Richardson's will with a Jos. Wicker) dau. Temperance Pickett m. William Lowe, Jr., 16 July 1710. Baltimore Lowes have links to Prestons & Norrises, and others linked to Whitakers [per http://www.jenforum.com/whitaker/messages/2438.html]

Note: 1689 That for regulating the Affairs Civill in Talbott County. Mr Edward MANN, Mr William COMBES, Mr George ROBOTHAM, Mr Thomas SMITHSON Justices of the Quorum, Mr James SMITH, Mr Henry COURSEY junior, Mr George ROBINS, Mr William HINNEY, Mr Michaell TURBUTE, Mr Thomas FISHER, Mr James SEDGEWICK Justices, Mr George ROBINS and Nicholas LOWE Coroners Mr Samuel WITHERS Sheriffe and Mr Nicholas LOWE Clarke. (Archives of Maryland, Vol. 13:243-4)

Note: Abstract of the Will of Nicholas Lowe

25 Jan 1744/45 7 Dec 1745 Will of Nicholas LOWE of Talbot County, gent. To wife Margaret LOWE land now in possession of John PADDISON, and 100 acres same tract at upper end of my plantation, which was purchased of my father Nicholas LOWE of the widow Elizabeth WILSON, to have and to hold the same land, unto the same Margaret LOWE, part of the tract "Anderton" now in possession of afsd. John PADDISON, unto my nephew Nicholas LOWE, son of my brother, Vincent LOWE. To nephew Henry LOWE, son of my brother, Vincent LOWE. To nephew Bennett LOWE, son of my brother Vincent LOWE, and if no heirs, then to my nephew William, son of the same Vincent LOWE, and for default of such issue, of the same William LOWE, I give unto my kinsman Nicholas Lowe GLEN, son of nephew Nicholas GLEN and hrs. To nephew Henry LOWE, son of brother, Nicholas, 100 acre part of "Anderton." To Nicholas EASON, son of my sister, Dorothy EASON, land. Nephew Samuel EASON, s/o sd. sister, Dorothy EASON. Niece Mary Anne BOZMAN, daughter of my sister, Mary BOZMAN, dec'd. To nephew Nicholas LOWE, land which my father purchased of widow WILLSON. Wife Margaret LOWE. Mentions: land purchased of Joshua WINTERS lying in Talbot County, his land called "Squire's Chance" in Dorchester County. To Vincent PADDISON, son of afsd. John PADDISON, 200 acres. To niece Elizabeth LOWE, daughter of brother, Vincent LOWE, land purchased of Mary, the heiress of Thomas EARLE, deceased. To Mary OLDHAM, d/o Edward OLDHAM, land called "Jack's Point" lying near Oxford, Talbot County. Mentions: Henrietta, Maria, Louise(?), and Mary LOWE, daughters of brother Vincent LOWE. To nephew Nicholas LOWE, after decease of my wife, piece of silver with the letters "M.R." which belonged to his grandmother. Wife Extrx. Wit: Anna PROUT, Andrew ROBERTS, Wm. GOLDSBOROUGH. (24:251-255)

Note: 21 Dec 1715 MD Prerogative Court Records. Talbot County. 37A.9. Accounting of estate of Nicholas LOWE (gentleman). L938.13.7. L1276.7.11. Payments to: Mr. William CLAYLAND, Foster TURBUTT, Mr. Richard BENNETT, John HUNT, Capt. Andrew PRICE, Mr. Robert GOLDSBOROUGH. Administratrix: Elizabeth LOWE (widow). (Skinner...)
Notes for Elizabeth (Spouse 1)
Note: Will of Elizabeth Roe Combs Lowe
20 Jun - 11 Nov 1719 (Liber 15:248) Will of Elizabeth LOWE - Talbot Co., MD. To son Nicholas and male hrs. "Anderton" and "Anderton's Addition," on Treadhaven Cr. He dying without issue, sd. tracts to the male hrs of Vincent; Both afsd sons lacking male issue, then in succession to the female hrs of sd sons. Shd. sons die without issue, sd. tracts to revert to dau. Mary BOZEMAN and hrs. Also to son Nicholas and hrs. Hunting Ck. mill; he dying without issue, to son Vincent. To son Vincent and hrs. "Lower Plantation," now in tenure of David MILLS and William MATHEWS. Sd. son dying without issue, to dau. Dorothy HARRISON and hrs. Also "Tack's Point,' excepting 1 lot in Oxford (bet. lot where Judith ROBINSON dwelt and John OLDHAM'S lot), whch is bequeathed to David and hrs., son of David ROBINSON. To Dau. Sarah PATTISON, 100 ac of "Ander[t]on" convenient to her now dwelling plantation during life; at her decease to her son William LONG and hrs. he dying without issue to her son Thams LONG. Shd. both afsd grandsons die without issue, sd land to revert to son Nicholas and hrs. To dau Elizabeth COMBS and hrs. residue of "Todcaster." She dying without issue, to pass to dau. Prudence PRICE, having already given her the other pt. of "Todcaster." To grandson William COMBS and hrs., land on Chotank [Choptank] River and Island Ck., where Elinor CRANLEY and Darby BARRETT now dwell. To dau. in law Judith ROBINSON, "Long Point," joining "Anderton" during her life; at her decease to her son Edward COMBS and heirs... To grandson John GLEN and hrs., tract on Treadhaven Ck., _____, adj. "East Otwell," bought by Testator's father, Edward ROWE, of Nicholas HACKETT, dec'd. To each of daus, viz; Elizabeth WOOD and Dorothy HARRISON, 15 pounds? To sons Nicholas and Vincent, residue of personal estate. Son Nicholas to have water mill in Dorchester Co., at head of Hunting Cr. and tankards engraved with coat of arms of dec'd husband, Nicholas LOWE. Exs: Son Nicholas and friend David ROBINSON. Test: Anne MATHEWS, Solomon ROBINSON, William WOODS, Foster TURBUTT. (Maryland Calendar of Wills, Volume IV, Jane Baldwin)
Last Modified 8 Jun 2006 Created 8 Feb 2007 Laura K. Henderson

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