Harford County, Maryland
* Note: The Gregorian Calendar was not adopted until after September 14, 1752.
Harford County Will Records
AJ-R-096: William Standiford; dated September 27, 1793/probated January 7, 1794: To: 2nd son, Edmond Standiford, dwelling & 85 ¼ acres plantation (No. 23 in Maladys Manor) [My Lady's Manor]. Exec. None named. Wit: John Demoss, Jr.; Jessee Dawns; Daniel Pocock; James Lytle.
AJ-R-103: Ann Standiford: dated March 8, 1797/probated May 9, 1797: To: Martin Parker, lease to 100 a. part of Bonds Forris, tract 9 ¼ a. Addition to Poverty Inclosed conveyed from Robert Amoss. Ann Parker and Elizabeth Parker, daughters of Martin Parker; Loyd Standiford| Elizabeth Standiford; Bethia Taylor, wife of Charles Taylor. Exec. Martin Parker, Wit: Francis Clark; David Clark; George Clark (or Chalk).
AJ-2-494: David Standiford witnessed a will on June 23, 1774 for William Osborn, farmer.
AJ-2-438: David Standiford witnessed a will on October 13, 1785 for Martha McComas.
AJ-R-027: Bathia Standiford witnessed a will on February 9, 1786 for Edward Robinson.
From: Abstract of Wills-Harford Co., MD 1800-1805, by Peden &
Smithson; p. 15
Will of James Prine/Perine mentioned daughter Mary, wife of Skelton Standiford.
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