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William Vanderford (2017)

Father: Charles Wrench Vanderford (1026)
Mother: Sarah Mondsley


b. Feb. 6, 1787 [DAR]

d.

m. Elizabeth Frampton of Talbot County, Maryland [Bio,1879]

m2. October 29, 1829, Margaret Ann Wales[Clark,1967]

b. 1800-10 [census-MD]

Issue:

Henry (3044), b. Dec. 23, 1811 [Bio,1879]

boy, b. 1820-25 [census-MD]

Information:

August 14, 1810:
William offered a reward for the return of his blacksmith apprentice boy, James Mason, "about 16, tall and slender made, had on country linen jacket and trowsers and wool hat." [Wright,1981]

September 21, 1812, recorded October 5, 1812:
William and his brother Charles purchased their brother George's widow's dower rights to 151 acres of Wrenches Farm. [QA deed JB1:404-6]

September 21, 1812, recorded October 5, 1812 (also deed dated March 13, 1815):
William, a blacksmith living in Caroline County, Maryland sold for $80.81 the 80 acres known as Vanderford's Adventure bequeathed to him by his father. [QA deed JB1:401-3]

September 21, 1814, recorded October 5, 1812:
William and his brother Charles sold for $825.31 the 82 of the acres of Wrenches Farm they aquired from their brother George's widow Sarah. [QA deed JB1:404-6]

September 1, 1812, recorded November 20, 1812:
William sold to his brother Charles for $587.50 the 58 3/4 acres of Wrenches Farm aquired from their brother George's widow Sarah. [QA deed JB1:443-5]

May 24, 1814:
William's apprentice boy, William Larrimore, about 13 years, had run away. [Wright,1981]

February 18, 1817:
William offered a reward for his runaway blacksmith apprentice boy, William Larrimore, about 15, 4 feet 5-6 inches, fair complexion. [Wright,1981]

1820:
William and his family were living in Caroline County, Maryland and engaged in manufacturing. [census-MD]

1830:
William and his family were living in Talbot County, Maryland. [census-MD]


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