Last Will and Testamentl of Isaac Green of Baltimore County
dated 4 March 1797, proven 2 Aug 1800


I Isaac Green of Baltimore Co and State of MD being of sound mind . . ..I bequeath to my eldest son Shadrach Green the sum of 5 shillings and no more of my estate having given him all I intended.

I bequeath to my son Isaac Green my fulling mill with all ways and water courses. I bequeath to my three sons Meshach, Abednego and Isaac my dwelling plantation containing about 95 acres in Baltimore Co to be equally divided between them except the fulling mill as here before devised.

To Elijah Merryman all that part of my land before mentioned where the road now is leading from the said Merrymans Mill until it intersects the main road which passes by Mr. Burks and Mr. Nicholosons.

To son Isaac my negro woman Sophia, also 2 bay colts, my dining table, chest of drawers, one bed and furniture thereunto belonging and one red cow with the increase thereof.

To my four daughters Hannah Legit, Temperance Stevens and Belily Tebitt all the residue part of my estate to be equally divided.

I appoint my son Isaac Green and Walter Tebett joint executors. Signed 4 March 1797

Isaac I-I-I Green

in the presence of
James Hooker,
Charles Bosley,
Nicholas Merryman OF Benj.

On the 2nd day of August 1800 came Isaac Green and Walter Tebett and testified. . .


The Following Deed is related to persons mentioned in the above will

This Indenture dated 4th October 1810 between John Ridgely of BCo and Shadrach Green of the said county . . for 1119 and 6 shillings paid by Shadrach Green, John Ridgely grants to Shadrach Green all that tract of land in Baltimore Co called Taylors Purchase containing 1,000 acres of land devised to John Ridgely by his father John Ridgely except that part of tract heretofore sold to ELIJAH MERRYMAN NOW DECEASED and except that part of tract sold by Ridgely to Abraham Green containing 265 acres which parts excepted are not intended to pass.
Signed Jno Ridgely in the presence of Owen Dorsey.
Received of Shadrach Green 1119 and 6 shillings.


Reference: Baltimore County Wills: (WK72,242 Bk6, f277)

This will was submitted to the USGenWeb Project by Eleanora Green

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