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Mary Cookson

Female - Aft 1808


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary Cookson (daughter of Samuel Cookson and Mary Price); died after 4 Oct 1808.

    Notes:

    She and her brother Daniel Cookson were executors of her husband's will.

    Mary married Thomas Watts. Thomas (son of William Watts and Anna Maria Houck) died between 4 Aug 1808 and 13 May 1817 in Warrington, York, Pennsylvania. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Rebecca Watts was born in 1792 in Pennsylvania; died in 1863 in Mendon, Cache, Utah; was buried in Mendon City Cemetery, Mendon, Cache, Utah.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Samuel Cookson

    Samuel married Mary Price on 20 Mar 1773 in Maryland. Mary (daughter of Mordecai Price and Elizabeth White) was born on 9 Feb 1745 in Maryland; died before 1784. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mary Price was born on 9 Feb 1745 in Maryland (daughter of Mordecai Price and Elizabeth White); died before 1784.

    Notes:

    Her birth is recorded in the records of the Gunpowder (Maryland) monthly Quaker meeting, which is in 2020 headquartered at Sparks, Maryland.

    Notes:

    Intention published 19 Dec 1772.

    Children:
    1. 1. Mary Cookson died after 4 Oct 1808.
    2. Daniel Cookson


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Mordecai Price was born about 1698 (son of Mordecai Price and Mary Parsons); died after 1734.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Baltimore County, Maryland
    • Alternate birth: of Gunpowder, Baltimore, Maryland
    • Alternate birth: 1702

    Notes:

    Although Robert Barnes (citation details below) gives his death date as "after 1734", he also says that he was "probably the Mordecai Price living in 1750 as owner of 300 acres at Price's Claim, 100 acres at Price's Outlet, 150 acres at Price's Goodwill, and 100 acres at Price's Delight.

    Mordecai Price (b. 1698) = Elizabeth White (1708-1765)
    Samuel Price (1739-1825) = Anne Moore (1744-1784)
    Daniel Price (1761-1846) = Elizabeth Hussey (1759-1847)
    Edith Price (1801-1873) = Amos Griffith (1798-1871)
    Elizabeth Price Griffith (1827-1923) = Joshua Vickers Milhous (b. 1820)
    Franklin Milhous (1848-1919) = Almira Park Burdg (1849-1943)
    Hannah Milhous (1885-1967) = Francis Anthony Nixon (1878-1956)
    Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994)

    Making TNH a sixth cousin twice removed to the 37th President, probably her closest genealogical connection to him.

    Mordecai married Elizabeth White on 28 Apr 1724 in Baltimore County, Maryland. Elizabeth (daughter of Guy White and Elizabeth Griffith) was born in 1708 in of "Cool Spring Manor", Prince George's County, Maryland; died in 1765. [Group Sheet]


  2. 7.  Elizabeth White was born in 1708 in of "Cool Spring Manor", Prince George's County, Maryland (daughter of Guy White and Elizabeth Griffith); died in 1765.
    Children:
    1. 3. Mary Price was born on 9 Feb 1745 in Maryland; died before 1784.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Mordecai Price was born about 1660 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland (son of Thomas Price); died about 1715.

    Mordecai married Mary Parsons. Mary (daughter of Thomas Parsons and Isabella) died between 8 May 1718 and 15 Jun 1718. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Mary Parsons (daughter of Thomas Parsons and Isabella); died between 8 May 1718 and 15 Jun 1718.
    Children:
    1. 6. Mordecai Price was born about 1698; died after 1734.

  3. 14.  Guy White was born before 1656 (son of Guy White and Sarah Wright); died between 3 Aug 1712 and 15 Dec 1712 in "Cool Spring Manor", Prince George's County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    He was the churchwarden of Queen Anne's Church, Prince George's County, as of 1 Feb 1711. He is said to have become a Quaker, but if so, that must have been after age 67.

    From Maryland Calendar of Wills (citation details below), v. 3, p. 234:

    3 Aug 1712, will of Guy White of Prince Georges Co. (Probated 15 Dec 1712.) Sons: Guy, Samuel, and Benjamin Cool Spring Manor and personalty equally at age 16. Son Francis part of Swanton's Lot on north branch Patuxtent (bought from Francis Swanton). Daughters Sarah & Eliza personalty at age 16. Wife Eliza (executrix) residue including dwelling house. If she dies during minority of children Robert Tyler and William Richardson (of Anne Arundel Co.) Appointed guardians of children, Witnesses: John Evans, Samuel Griffith Jr., Thomas Evans.

    Guy married Elizabeth Griffith. Elizabeth (daughter of Samuel Griffith and Elizabeth) died before 16 Jun 1752 in Prince George's County, Maryland. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Elizabeth Griffith (daughter of Samuel Griffith and Elizabeth); died before 16 Jun 1752 in Prince George's County, Maryland.

    Notes:

    Abstract of the will of Elizabeth Miles, formerly White, formerly Griffith:

    Liber 28, folio 322
    18 Jan. 1751
    MILES, ELIZABETH, Prince George's Co.

    To daus. Sarah, wife of William Cole, & Elizabeth, wife of Mordeca Price, equ. div., all my wearing appl.

    To s Sarah Cole, negro man Wappin.

    To son Samuel, negro man Mingo & a gold ring.

    To Guy White, s. o. s Saml., negro boy Catto.

    To dau. Elizabeth Price, negro girl Candis, L 25 sterl, & a bed.

    To son Benjamin White, negro man Charles.

    To son John Miles, all my effects in the hands of John Hanbury, mercht., London, negro men Nerro & Paul, negro woman Hague negro girl Flora, & negro boy Dick.

    The residue of my p. e., equ. div., to dau. Sarah Cole & sons & extrs., Samuel White, Benjamin White, & John Miles.

    Witn: Turnor Wootton, John Evans, Sr., Joseph Evans, Elizabeth Miles

    16 June 1752, sworn to by all 3 witn.

    Children:
    1. 7. Elizabeth White was born in 1708 in of "Cool Spring Manor", Prince George's County, Maryland; died in 1765.