WILLIS
Land Record Abstracts
Caroline County, Maryland
 
 
 


Submitted by: Sandra L. Willis.   Please contact Sandra if you have questions or comments.
Recorded 24 March 1778
Liber GFA Folio 269
        Robert Lloyd Nicols of Talbot County, merchant to Joshua Willis of Caroline County, planter for sum of 412 pounds 18 shillings 3 pence - all of a tract of land lying lately in Dorchester County but now in Caroline Co. containing 393 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 21 Aug. 1778
Liber GFA Folio 285
        Thomas Willis of Great Choptank Hundred in the county of Caroline, planter to Andrew Willis for sum of 5 shillings part of a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 87 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 21 Aug. 1778
Liber GFA Folio 287
        Thomas Willis of Great Choptank Hundred Caroline County to Joseph Willis for sum of 5 pounds part of a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 32 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 21 Aug. 1778
Liber GFA Folio 287
        Thomas Willis of Great Choptank Hundred Caroline County to Ezekiel Willis for sum of 5 pounds part of a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 50 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 21 Aug. 1778
Liber GFA Folio 287
        Thomas Willis of Great Choptank Hundred Caroline County to Isaac Collins for sum of 5 pounds part of a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 29 3/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 21 Aug. 1778
Liber GFA Folio 288
        Isaac Collins of Great Choptank Hundred Caroline Co. to Thomas Willis for sum of 5 pounds part of a tract of land called "Addition to Davis's Venture" containing 4 1/4 acres and part of a tract called "Collins' Venture" containing 11 3/4 acres more or less.
 

Deed of Gift
Recorded 25 Feb. 1779
Liber GFA Folio 348
        Thomas Willis to his loving son Elijah Willis a tract of land called "Timber Tree Neck" or "Addition to Timber Tree Neck" and all to the westward of a ditch in the middle now between myself and my son William Willis - has a life clause for he and wife Rebekah to use land.
 

Recorded 24 April 1780
Liber GFA Folio 476
        Thomas Smith of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 82 pounds 10 shillings all parts of tract of land known as "Levins Folly Enlarged" containing 33 acres more or less.
 

Deed of Lease
Recorded 16 June 1780
Liber GFA Folio 487
        A Deed of Lease between John Dawson and William Willis - rent a tract of land called "Addition to Miles Swamp" containing 6 acres for 75 years at a yearly rent of 6 pence.
 

Recorded 16 June 1783
Liber GFA Folio 650
        Joseph Willis of Fork Hundred Caroline County, planter to Ezekiel Willis for sum of 12 pounds 6 shillings part of a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated containing 12 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 16 June 1783
Liber GFA Folio 659
        Joseph Willis of Caroline County, planter to Thomas Jenkins for sum of 20 pounds 3 shillings and nine pence all part of "Friendship Regulated"containing 20 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 23 Oct. 1783
Liber GFA Folio 670
        Thomas and William Willis of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 18 pounds 2 shillings and six pence a tract of land know as "Addition to Timber Tree Neck" containing 7 1/4 acres of land more or less.
 

Recorded 23 Oct. 1783
Liber GFA Folio 671
        Elijah Willis of Caroline County, planter to William Willis, planter for sum of 33 pounds 2 shillings 6 pence part of a tract of land called "Levins Folly Enlarged" containing 13 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 7 April 1784
Liber GFA Folio 719
        William and Rebekah Covey to Richard Willis for sum 115 pounds 10 shillings a tract of land called "Battle Hill" containing 77 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 16 June 1784
Liber GFA Folio 735
        William Willis and Jean his wife of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 20 pounds all that part of a tract of land called "Addition to Timber Tree Neck" containing 59 1/4 acres more or less. Also all part of tract called "Addition to Miles Swamp" containing 18 3/4 more or less.
 

Recorded 17 Nov. 1784
Liber GFA Folio 777/78
        Andrew Willis of Caroline County to George Hutton of Sussex County, Delaware for sum of 132 pounds 14 shillings a tract called "Friendship Regulated"containing 87 1/2 acres more or less. Signed by Andrew Willis and Sarah his wife.
 

Recorded 4 Oct. 1785
Liber GFA Folio 872
        George Hutton and Thomas Willis of Great Choptank Hundred to Thomas Jenkins for sum of 39 pounds 19 shillings and 4 pence a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 28 1/2 acres more or less. Signed by George Hutton and Leah his wife and Thomas Willis.
 

Recorded 4 Oct. 1785
Liber GFA Folio 871
        George and Leah Hutton of Great Choptank Hundred Caroline County to Thomas Willis for sum of 42 pounds one shilling and 5 pence a tract of land called "Friendship Regulated"containing 30 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 23 Nov. 1785
Liber GFA Folio 883
        Thomas Smith of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 10 pounds part of a tract of land called "Levins Folly Inlarged" containing 2 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 12 Oct. 1785
Liber WB-B Folio 14
        William Willis of Caroline County, planter and Jean his wife to Levin Wright for sum of 169 pounds 6 shillings and 4 pence all part of a tract called "Addition to Timber Tree Neck" containing 69 1/4 acres more or less and part of "Levins Folly Enlarged" containing 13 1/4 acres also part of "Addition to Miles Swamp" containing 14 1/4 acres.
 

Recorded 30 Sept. 1786
Liber WB-B Folio 116
        Ezkiel Willis of Caroline County, farmer and Mary his wife to Abraham Collins for sum of 83 pounds "Friendship Regulated"next to "Grantom" containing 47 acres more or less. Signed (Ezekel Wilis) and Mary X Willis
 

Recorded 30 Sept 1786
Liber WB-B Folio 118
        Ezekiel Willis of Caroline County to Thomas Jenkins for sum of 12 pounds 6 shillings part of tract called "Friendship Regulated"containing 12 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Deed of Lease
Recorded 20 July 1791
Liber WR-C Folio 376
        William Frazier of Caroline County to Andrew Willis deed of Lease for a large tract of land with a high rent.
 

Recorded 5 Feb 1793
Liber TR-D Folio 285
        John Dawson (son of Richard) of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 21 pounds 19 shillings 4 pence a tract of land in Caroline County on east side of northwest fork of Nanticoke River called "Addition to Miles Swamp" containing 17 acres more or less.
 

Deed of Gift
Recorded 31 Jan. 1793
Liber TR-D Folio 304
Shadrack Willis of Caroline County a deed of gift -
Unto Son: Ennalls Willis - a lot and house in Federalsburgh
Daughter: Fanny Willis - 1 bed and furniture
Daughter: Ann Willis - 1 bed and furniture
Daughter: Levinia Willis - 1 bed and furniture and a trunk
Daughter: Levice - 1 cow and calf
Daughter: Celia (maybe Lelia) - 1 sow and pigs, plus a lot of household goods
 

Deed of Lease
Recorded 20 March 1793
Liber TR-D Folio 305
        John Nicols of Caroline County and Shadrack Willis a deed of Lease for a tract of land called "Federalsburgh" surveyed by Joshua Willis, Jr. sworn surveyor of Caroline County for yearly rent for 99 years of 30 shillings.
 

Recorded 13 March 1795
Liber TR-E Folio 230
        Isaac Smith of Caroline County to Elijah Willis for sum of 60 pounds 6 shillings 8 pence a tract of land known as "Levins Folly Enlarged" containing 36 3/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 24 Oct. 1795
Liber TR-E Folio 307
        Daniel Dawson and Ann his wife and Winefred Willis of Caroline County to JamesM(c)Quality for sum of 45 pounds sell land they are entitled to by will of Thomas Willis late of Caroline County deceased called "Friendship Regulated"containing 37 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 12 March 1795
Liber TR-E Folio 488
        Miloy(Milbry?) Willis and William Willis and Henreatty his wife and Joshua Willis of Caroline County to James M(c)Quality for sum of 95 pounds sell land they are entitled to by will of Thomas Willis deceased "Friendship Regulated".
 

Recorded 14 July 1797
Liber TR-F Folio 116
        Philemon Willis of Caroline County to Thomas Foster, Jacob Wright, Benjamin Colliston of Dorchester County and James Andrew, David Sirk, James Sirk and Daniel Chezum of Caroline County trustees for Methodist Episcopal Church for sum of 10 shillings 1/2 acre of ground. On said ground to be raised a chappell called Bethesda, as a place for the worship of God and to be applied to no other purpose.
 

Recorded 16 Jan. 1798
Liber TR-F Folio 257
        Deposition of Joshua Willis aged 32 years.
 

Bond
Recorded 8 May 1798
Liber TR-F Folio 282
        William Mason and Ann his wife of Caroline County is bound to William Willis for sum of 154 pounds 17 shillings and 6 pence - dated 8 Jan. 1793- land called "Out Let" and "Out Let Enlarged" lying on South East of main road leading from 9 bridges to Choptank bridge containing 88 1/2 acres.
 

Recorded 26 Feb. 1799
Liber TR-F Folio 448
        Joshua Willis of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of 200 pounds lands which fell to them upon the death of brother    Charles called "Bank of Pleasure" and "Addition to Willis's Luck" containing 150 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 18 May 1799
Liber TR-F Folio 479
        Peter Willis of Dorchester County to Jesse Connerly of Caroline County for sum of 137 pounds 10 shillings a tract of land in Caroline county on a branch of Hunting Creek called "Painters Range" which was willed to him by Joshua Willis of Dorchester County - mentions Joshua Willis son of Joshua.

Folio 480
        Elizabeth wife of Peter gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 31 July 1799
Liber TR-F Folio 511
        Thomas Willis of Caroline County to James M(c)Quality for sum of 38 pounds sells land he is entitled to by will of Thomas Willis deceased called "Friendship Regulated"
 

Recorded 24 Sept. 1800
Liber TR-G Folio 239
        Philip Clark Esquire of Caroline County and Richard Willis for sum of 35 pounds 8 shillings 1 pence and 1/2 penny all that tract of land known as "Hab Nab at a Venture" containing 25 3/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 24 Sept. 1800
Liber TR-G Folio 277
        Philip Clark Esq. of Caroline County to Sarah Willis for sum of $75.00 part of a tract of land called "Hab Nab at a Venture" containing 15 acres more or less.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 5 March 1801
Liber TR-G Folio 291
        Joshua Willis of Caroline County to Philemon Willis of Talbot County for sum of 200 pounds all goods and chattels.
 

Recorded 4 Oct. 1800
Liber TR-G Folio 293
        Joshua Willis of Caroline County to Philemon Willis of Talbot County for sum of 2000 dollars a tract of land in Caroline County on a branch of Hunting Creek called "Painters Range" containing 300 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 19 July 1803
Made 8 April 1803
Liber TR-H Folio 389
        Philemon Willis of Talbot County and Joshua Willis of Caroline County to Peter Willis of Dorchester County for sum of $1000.00 a tract of land in Caroline County know as "Painters Range" containing 225 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 19 July 1803
Liber TR-H Folio 390
        James Summers Esquire the high Sherriff of Caroline County to Peter Willis of Dorchester County a writ to make Joshua Willis pay back the 53 pounds 110 shillings or turn over land "Painters Range containing 36 acres. Land turned over.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 20 Nov. 1804
Liber TR-I Folio 68
        Thomas Willis, Carpenter of Caroline County to Margaret Willis for sum of eighty dollars the following: 1 brindle cow & calf, 4 fatted hogs, 2 shoats, 1 sorrell horse, 2 beds & furniture, 2 pine chests, 2 pine tables, 5 flaged(?) chairs, 2 linnen wheals, 1 woolen wheal, 1 loome, 5 barrels corn, 5 starks fodder, 1 chaire, 1 iron pot, 1 dutch oven, 1 skillet, 1 frying pan, 1 two pales(?), 1 looking glass, 6 pewter plates, 1 plow, 1 harrow, 1 gun, 1 mans saddle & bridle, 1 tea kettle 1 pair tongs & shovel.
 

Recorded 7 Aug. 1804
Liber TR-I Folio 90
        Joshua Willis (late?) of Caroline County to Peter Willis of Dorchester County for sum of $500.00 part of tracts of land divised unto Joshua and Peter on the death of their brother Charles Willis deceased. Land known as "Bank of Pleasure", part of "Willis's Luck" and "Addition to Willis's Luck" containing 150 acres more or less. Signed by Joshua Willis and Elizabeth his wife.
 

Recorded 15 Feb. 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 266
        Lovey Willis, widow of Elijah Willis - bought back various pieces of land given by Elijah's Will to heirs - as listed: Thomas and Rhoda Willis, Isaac and Mary Leverton, Elisha and SealeyMedford all of Dorchester County, & George and Ritty Graham, and Elizabeth Willis of Caroline County.
 

Recorded 22 March 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 267 (or 269?)
        Lovey Willis, widow of Elijah Willis deceased of Caroline County to Jacob Wright for sum of $84.94 land Lovey bought of heirs of Elijah called "Levins' Folly Enlarged" containing 14 acres 52 perches more or less.
 

Recorded 12 April 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 291
        John Stevens of Talbot County, apothecary, to William Willis of Caroline County for sum of $550.00 a tract of land called "Out Range" in Caroline County lying between 2 forks of Fowling Creek near Henry Dickenson's place containing 147 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 22 March 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 303
        William and Charlotty Bonner of Dorchester County to Lovey Willis of Caroline County for sum of $45.00 their part of "Levin's Folly Enlarged" containing 69 3/4 acres, also 32 acres of "Addition to Miles Swamp" and others.
 

Recorded 30 Sept. 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 350
        William Willis and Henna his wife of Caroline County to Isaac Frampton for sum of $700, a tract of land called "Out Range" near Henry Dickenson's place, containing 147 acres more or less. Signed by William Willis and Henrietta Willis.
 

POWER OF ATTORNEY
Recorded 21 April 1807
Made 2 Oct. 1806
Liber TR-I Folio 426
State of South Carolina - Marlborough District
        I William Beauchamp appoint trust friend Eli Willis, Attorney to recover from James M(c)Quality of Caroline County guardian of Milea Willis daughter of Thomas Willis and Siney his wife deceased whatever sums of money due me for marrying said Milea Willis of the estate of Thomas Willis by his Last Will and Testament.
 

Recorded 21 April 1807
Liber TR-I Folio 429
        Eli Willis of Caroline County to John Carter for sum of 60 dollars - 20 acres of land near Collins Cross Roads adjoining lands of Abraham Collins and Isaac Collins due his Mother and Father.
 

Recorded 26 June 1807
Made 1 Sept. 1803
Liber TR-I Folio 468
        William R. Stewart of Queen Annes County to Richard Willis for sum of 263 pounds, 5 shillings, and 5 pence 166 1/2 acres of land called "Littleton's Friendship". Stewart died before deed recorded - Court action - then heirs of Stewart honored deed.
 

Deed of Manumission
Recorded 9 March 1808
Liber TR-I Folio 581
        Peter Willis for 1 dollar frees his slave Lambert Nicolls age 42.
 

Recorded 24 Jan. 1809
Liber TR-I Folio 686
        William Haskins of Caroline County to Peter Willis of Caroline County for sum of $6.00 a tract of land "Painters Range" containing 5 1/2 acres more or less on road from Hunting Creek to Fowling Creek.
 

Recorded 24 Jan. 1809
Liber TR-I Folio 697
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to William Haskins of Caroline County for sum of $6.00 a tract of land "Painters Range" containing 5 1/2 acres more or less - this is a different section than mentioned on folio 686.
 

Recorded 17 May 1809
Liber TR-K Folio 33
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Anthony Whitely of Caroline County for sum of $77.00 a parcel of land called "Addition to Willis's Luck" Containing 19 1/4 acres more or less.

Folio 34
        Elizabeth Willis, wife of Peter gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 10 April 1810
Liber TR-K Folio 100
        Henry Willis, a constable for Great Choptank Hundred, brought a Constables Bond.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 6 Jan. 1811
Liber TR-K Folio 249
        John Givern of Caroline County to Henry Willis, Jr. of Talbot County for sum of $300.00 - animals, farm supplies and household goods.
Lewis Willis and William Willis acted as witnesses.
 

Recorded 9 April 1811
Liber TR-K Folio 306
        Henry Willis brought Constables Bond.
 

Recorded 14 April 1812
Liber TR-K Folio 538
        Henry Willis brought Constables Bond.
 

Deed of Manumission
Recorded 13 May 1812
Liber TR-K Folio 550
        William Willis frees his negro woman Leah age 42.
 

Deed of Manumission
Recorded 13 May 1812
Liber TR-K Folio 551
        William Willis frees his negro boy named Washington when he reaches age of 25 - only 3 as of Dec. 1811.
 

Recorded 6 Aug. 1814
Liber TR-L Folio 233
        Charles Willis of Caroline County to Joseph Willis for sum of $32.00 all land willed to Charles by his mother called "Hab Nab at a Venture" containing 15 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 27 Aug. 1814
Liber TR-L Folio 241
        Mary Rich Willis, wife of Short A. Willis gives up mortgage interests from her father, Thomas Rich which he got from his father, Peter Rich which he got from Susannah Willson and William Rich, a deed of Mortgage to Seth Godwin.
 

Recorded 17 June 1815
Liber TR-L Folio 343
        Peggy Willis of Caroline County to William and Charles Willis for sum of $45.00 a parcel of land formerly belonging to Elijah Willis late of Caroline County deceased - where William Willis now lives. Abel Gowty acted as witness.
 

Recorded 17 June 1815
Liber TR-L Folio 344
        Anne Willis of Caroline County to William Willis and Charles Willis for sum of $45.00 a tract of land formerly belonging to Elijah Willis where William Willis now lives. Abel Gowty acted as witness.
 

Recorded 25 March 1815
Liber TR-L Folio 377
        Samuel Bartlett of City of Baltimore, Jonathan Bartlett, Thomas Bartlett, Mary Bartlett, James McMahan and Sarah McMahan his wife, William McMahan and Elizabeth McMahan his wife, Daniel Bartlett,Jessee Eaton and Margaret Eaton his wife and Joseph Bartlett of Talbot County to Richard Willis of Caroline County for sum of $250.00 two tracts of land called "Wakefield" and "Needles's Cow Pasture" situate in Caroline County on east side of Great Choptank River on north side of Berry's Creek containing 104 3/4 acres more or less and "Alcock's Chance" containing 83 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 12 Sept 1816
Liber TR-L Folio 566
        Richard Willis of Caroline County and/to? Jeremiah Jones and/to? John Taylor for sum of $400.00 several tracts of land called "Wakefield's Needless Cow Pasture" and "Alcocks Chance" in Caroline County on east side of Choptank on north side of Berryes Creek. "Wakefield" contains 101 acres more or less and "Alcocks" contains 8 3/4 acres more or less. Peter Willis was one of the witnesses.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 14 Oct. 1817
Liber JR-M Folio 43
        Charles Willis to Levin Barton for sum of 50 dollars - household goods.
 

Recorded 22 Nov. 1817
Liber JR-M Folio 73
        Jesse Connelley of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of $60.00 part of a tract known as "Painters Range" containing 10 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 22 Aug. 1818
Liber JR-M Folio 346
        Levin Stewart of Dorchester County to Joseph Willis of Caroline County for sum of $417.50 a tract of land in Caroline County on north west side of main road from Hunting Creek Mill to Marshope Bridge called "Littletons Friendship" containing 41 3/4 acres of land.
 

Recorded 22 Aug. 1818
Liber JR-M Folio 348
        Levin Stewart of Dorchester County to Richard Willis of Caroline County for sum of $130.00 a piece of "Littletons Friendship" containing 16 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Deed of Bargain and Sale
Recorded 9 Dec. 1818
Liber JR-M Folio 353
        John Wright of Denton, Caroline County to John G. Willis of Denton, Caroline County - for sum of 100 dollars a lot in Denton being part of a tract Anthony Ross purchased of Benjamin Denny called "Mount Andrew" - then Ross to John Gill - Gill to Thomas Style- and Style to John Wright.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 19 Aug. 1819
Liber JR-M Folio 499
        Thomas Dukes of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of 380 dollars - animals, furniture, household goods, and farm supplies.
 

Recorded 20 Nov. 1819
Liber JR-M Folio 582
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Joseph Willis for sum of $50.00 a part of "Hab Nab at a Venture" containing 15 acres more or less being land deceased Mother willed to him.

Folio 583
        Mary Willis, wife of Peter gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 20 Nov. 1819
Liber JR-M Folio 594
        James Connelley of Caroline County to Charles Willis for sum of $120.00 part of "Painters Range" (James - brother of Jesse) containing 12 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 29 Feb. 1820
Liber JR-M Folio 626
        Saba Kimmy of Caroline county to Thomas Willis of Dorchester County for sum of $400.00 a tract of land on north west fork bridge of Nanticoke River in Caroline County.
 

Recorded 8 March 1820
Liber JR-M Folio 627
        Thomas Saulsbury - Guardian of Sarah Ann Stanford the only child and heir of Algernon S. Stanford deceased to Thomas Willis of Dorchester County. Court case concerning JR-M, 626 and Court ordered land turned over to Thomas Willis.
 

Recorded 13 April 1820
Liber JR-N Folio 26
        Jessee Connelley and Elizabeth Connelley of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of $540.00 part of "Painters Range" containing 90 acres more or less.

Folio 27
        Sophae wife of Jessee gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 22 July 1820
Liber JR-N Folio 125
        Henry Wallis (Wallace) and Margaret his wife of Sussex County, Delaware and Arthur H.Willis of Dorchester County for sum of 312 dollars a parcel of land in Caroline County called "Wright's Regulation" divided from lands of Jacob Wright deceased - lot 1 containing 48 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 2 Feb. 1820
Liber JR-N Folio 376
        Levin Stuart of Georgetown in the District of Collumbia to Richard Willis of Caroline County for sum of $220.00 a part of "Littleton's Friendship" containing 40 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 16 Feb. 1822
Liber JR-N Folio 387
        William Willis of Caroline County and Charles Willis of Dorchester County to Mark Noble of Dorchester County for sum of 721 dollars and 12 1/2 cents, part of "Addition to Timber Tree Neck", part of "Levins Folly Enlarged" and part of "Addition to Miles Swamp" in Caroline County next to land of Jacob Wright deceased containing 160 1/4 acres. Sarah Willis wife of William Willis gives up dower rights, and Tamsey Willis wife of Charles Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 16 Sept. 1822
Liber JR-N Folio 515
        Charles Willis of Caroline County to John Stevens, Sr. for sum of 180 dollars - part of "Painter's Range" near land of James and Jesse Connoly and Elijah Blades. Nancy Willis wife of Charles Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 31 Aug. 1822
Liber JR-N Folio 537
        Thomas Willis of Caroline County to John Willis for sum of 150 dollars - lot of ground Thomas bought of Saba Kimmey.
 

Recorded 23 Aug. 1823
Liber JR-O Folio 174
        Frederick Holbrook, Esquire Sherriff of Caroline County and Charles Willis - on 9 May 1823 - a paper for Thomas Willis from Dorchester County Court - house and lot seized to pay for a bad debt. Sherriff held a public sale and Charles Willis was highest bidder - for sum of $5.00 house and lot in Federalsburg.
 

Recorded 20 Oct. 1823
Liber JR-O Folio 203
        Jacob E. Wilson of Caroline County to Charles Willis for sum of $45.00 part of "Painter's Range" containing 5 acres more or less.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 28 Feb. 1824
Liber JR-O Folio 272
        Hugh Valliant of Caroline County to Peter Willis, Esquire for sum of 80 dollars - household goods and animals.
 

Recorded 13 March 1824
Liber JR-O Folio 323
        Thomas Willis of Caroline County to Charles Willis for sum of $300.00 - lands bought of Saba Kimmy.

Folio 324
        Rhody Willis wife of Thomas gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 15 Jan. 1825
Liber JR-O Folio 443
        Robert Medford of Caroline County to Charles Willis of Caroline County for sum of $50.00 a lot of land in Federalsburg.
 

Recorded 15 Feb. 1825
Liber JR-O Folio 462
        William and Ann Weeks, Robert and Mary Keene of Kent County, Delaware to Peter Willis of Caroline County "Faris'es Farm" and "Providence" containing 101 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 7 Jun 1825
Liber JR-P Folio 20
        Shadrack Rawley of Kent County, Delaware to Peter Willis of Caroline County, Maryland for sum of $39.42 on south side of Great Choptank River part of "Farrisses Farm" containing 8 1/2 acres, and part of "Providence" containing 36 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded ?
Liber JR-P Folio 23
        James Permarn of Caroline County to John Willis of Dorchester County for $111.20 - animals, household goods, and farm implements.
 

Recorded 5 Nov. 1825
Liber JR-P Folio 120
        Charles Willis of Caroline County to Whiteley Holland for sum of 100 dollars part of a tract of land called "Painter's Range" containing 5 acres more or less. Nancy Willis wife of Charles Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 31 Jan. 1826
Liber JR-P Folio 171
        John G. Willis of Caroline County to James Hand for sum of 35 dollars a lot in Denton.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 20 July 1826
Liber JR-P Folio 298
    James Lecompt of Caroline County to William Willis for sum of 20 dollars, household goods.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 2 May 1827
Liber JR-P Folio 461
        Samuel McDonald of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of 30 dollars - animals, household goods, and farm supplies.
 

Recorded 31 May 1827
Liber JR-P Folio 480
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Dennis Eaton for 90 dollars land Peter purchased of Shadrack Rawley, William Weeks, and Reuben Cain of Kent County Delaware, heirs of James Condon of Caroline County deceased. Part of "Harrisses Farm" containing 88 1/2 acres and "Providence Resurveyed" by John Dickenson containing 36 1/2 acres - only selling 18 1/4 acres to Eaton. Elizabeth Willis wife of Peter Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 22 Oct. 1827
Liber JR-P Folio 539
        Charles Willis brings a Constable's bond.
 

Recorded 15 June 1827
Liber JR-Q Folio 14
        Levin Stack of Dorchester County to John Willis of Caroline County for sum of $25.00 a lot in Federalsburg next to Thomas Willis's lot.
 

Recorded 8 Dec. 1827
Liber JR-Q Folio 21
        William Potter of Caroline County to John Willis of Dorchester County for sum of $10.00 a part of a tract adjoining the old Bloomary Mill.
 

Recorded 18 Jan. 1828
Liber JR-Q Folio 29
        Robert Fleming of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of $50.00 lands called "Addition to Willis's Landing" - said lands belonged to grandfather Joshua Willis and fell to mother Anna Retta Fleming, etc.
 

Recorded 15 Feb. 1828
Liber JR-Q Folio 52
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Isaac Whiteley for sum of 10 dollars - part of "Addition to Willis's Luck" part not heretofore sold to father Anthony Whitely containing 21 acres. ElizabethWillis wife of Peter Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 25 Oct. 1828
Liber JR-Q Folio 152
        Peter Willis, Jr. of Caroline County to Isaiah Blades for sum of $150.00 household goods, etc.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 28 Oct. 1828
Liber JR-Q Folio 153
        Peter Willis Jr. to Isiah Blades - appears to be same as page 152
 

Deed of Bargain or Sale
Recorded 30 Dec. 1828
Liber JR-Q Folio 183
        Jacob C. Willson of Caroline County to Peter Willis and Mary Ann Willis, children of Peter Willis, Jr. for sum of 50 dollars paid by Isiah Blades on behalf of Peter Willis, Jr. part of a tract of land called "Painter's Range" containing 5 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 16 Feb. 1829
Liber JR-Q Folio 192
        John Brown of Caroline County to John G. Willis for sum of $725.00 a lot of ground on west side of Choptank at Denton Bridge containing a house, store house, granary and wharf containing 1 and a bit acres of land.
 

Recorded 11 March 1829
Liber JR-Q Folio 209
        Thomas A. Carter, Esq. Sheriff of Caroline County to Peter Willis "Fine Facias" 50 acres sold to highest bidder.
 

Recorded 14 Oct. 1829
Liber JR-Q Folio 311
        Seney B. Willis of Caroline County to Foster Willis. Seney filed insolvency and Foster appointed to take over all property and goods except wearing appearal.
 

Recorded 8 Dec. 1829
Liber JR-Q Folio 314
        John G. Willis and Mary his wife formerly Mary Fountain daughter of David Fountain late of Talbot County deceased to Bennett Whenett and Catherine Ann his wife, formerly Catherine Ann Fountain heirs to land called "Mitchels Defence". Etc.
 

Recorded 27 Nov. 1830
Liber JR-Q Folio 496
        Charles Willis of Caroline County to Minos Adams of Dorchester County for sum of $200.00 a lot in Federalsburg. Tamsey Willis wife of Charles gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 25 Feb. 1831
Liber JR-Q Folio 514
        Farmer's Bank directors to Peter Willis high bidder - part of tract of land called "Painter's Range" Formerly held by Joseph Haskins containing 72 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 29 Oct. 1831
Liber JR-R Folio 115
        Foster Willis of Caroline county to Garretson Turner, Samuel Sparklin, Jr., Andrew Sullivane, Peter Sullivane, Jr., Andrew Covey, Zachariah Willis, Thomas Connelley, RichardAndrew, Jr. and Nathaniel Patchett - In trust for the Methodist Church and school house for sum of one dollar a tract of land containing 1/2 acre of land lying and being on the main road leading from Hunting Creek to a place called Collins Cross Roads to begin at edge of said road at the line of Jacob Andrew's land and to run in the best and most convenient situation so as to give a good and sufficient situation for to build a Methodist Church and School house on the said land called "Battle Hill". Signed by Foster Willis and wife Ann Willis gave up dower rights.
 

Recorded 3 March 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 130
        Foster Willis of Caroline County to Nathan Connelley for sum of $25.00 a tract of land in Caroline County on east side of main road leading from Hunting Creek to Marshhope Bridge called "Battle Hill" beginning at a tree which marks line between "Battle Hill" and John Gowty's land and touches John Rumbold's land containing 4 acres more or less. Signed by Foster Willis and Ann his wife.
 

Recorded 29 March 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 149
        Charles T. Dean, Henry T. Dean and Peter Willis of Caroline County to Harriet Tilghman, free negro for sum of $30.00 a tract of land where she now dwells called "Willis's Luck" containing 3 acres of land - nether more nor less.
Abel Gowty acted as witness.
 

Recorded 19 Jan. 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 209
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Jacob C. Willson for sum of #33.33 1/3 all tracts of land he bought from Robert Fleming deceased, part of a tract called "Willis's Landing", part of a tract called "Addition to Willis's Landing" and "Addition to Willis's Luck" containing all 80 acres more or less- it being land taken up by Joshua Willis and fell to Anna Retta Fleming at his death and to her son Robert Fleming at her death.
Witnessed by Abel Gowty

Folio 210
        Elizabeth Willis wife of Peter Willis gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 22 May 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 245
        Arthur H. Willis and Nancy his wife of Dorchester County to Joseph Vickers of Sussex County, Delaware for sum of $200.00 a tract of land in Caroline County called "Wrights Regulation" lot of land assigned to Margaret Wallace by commission as her part of Jacob Wrights' lands.
 

Recorded 30 Aug. 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 252
        Peter Willis and Elizabeth his wife of Caroline County to Jacob Charles for sum of $300.00 all tracts of land in Caroline county called part of "Bank of Pleasure" and part of "Willis's Luck" containing 113 acres more or less.

Folio 253
        Elizabeth gives up dower rights.
 

Recorded 26 April 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 260
        Peter Willis of Caroline County to Mary Shearmon and John Shearmon for sum of $60.00 a tract of land in Caroline County near place called Bloomery that a certain Dickerson Carroll purchased of one John Jeney and that was sold to the said Peter Willis by the late sherriff of Caroline County containing 50 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 28 Aug. 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 275
        Edward Willis and wife Mary of Caroline County to Thomas Stanton for sum of $40.00 land called "Goldsburoughs Regulation".
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 12 Feb. 1833
Liber JR-R Folio 303
        Jesse Leverton of Caroline County to Peter Willis for 50 dollars, household goods, etc.
 

Recorded 22 Dec. 1832
Liber JR-R Folio 326
        William P. Kelley and Sarah Ann Kelly his wife of Caroline County to Charles Willis for sum of 26 dollars and 55 cents a tract of land formerly belonging to Elizabeth Hicks containing 15 acres.
 

Recorded 12 Feb. 1833
Liber JR-R Folio 357
        Peter W. Willis and Susan Willis his wife to Zackariah Willis for sum of $400.00 parts of "Battle Hill", "Addition to Battle Hill", and "Littletons' Friendship" that was left to Peter W. Willis by last will and testament of father Richard Willis deceased except a small lot lying back of land of Joseph Willis containing 130 acres more or less.
Signed by Peter W. Willis and Susan M. Willis.
 

Deed of Mortgage
Recorded 16 May 1833
Liber JR-R Folio 427
        Thomas J. Baker of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of $200.00 land called "Littleton's Friendship" containing 40 1/4 acres. Deed of Mortgage delivered to John F. Willis 8 Sept 1835.
 

Recorded 10 Aug. 1833
Liber JR-R Liber 437
        John Whitley of Caroline County to Peter W. Willis - Insolvency paper. Peter Willis appointed trustee.
 

Recorded 21 Feb. 1834
Liber JR-S Folio 140
        Thomas Wheeler and Ann his wife to Charles Willis for sum of $27.00 part of tract called "Henry's and Deboroughs Regulation" containing 13 1/2 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 22 Sept 1834
Liber JR-S Folio 340
        Foster Willis and Ann his wife of Caroline County to Caleb Bowdle for sum of $250.00 a tract of land on the south east side of the county road leading from the walnut trees to the cross roads, devised to Foster by his father Richard Willis's will about 70 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 23 Feb. 1835
Liber JR-S Folio 402
        Mitchel Covey and Eliza Covey his wife of Dorchester County to Foster Willis of Caroline County for sum of $300.00 a lot in Federalsburg.
 

Recorded 9 July 1835
Liber JR-S Folio 416
        Washington Downs to Foster Willis - insolvency papers. Foster appointed Trustee.
 

Recorded 2 Dec. 1835
Liber JR-T Folio 64
        William F. Willis of Baltimore County and City of Baltimore to Jacob Willson of Caroline County for sum of $37.00 lands called "Edmondsons Desire", "Langs Discovery", and "Haverdegrass" whereon Abel Gowty now lives that he received from Sarah Willis formerly Porter containing 228 acres.
 

Recorded 25 Feb. 1836
Liber JR-T Folio 99
        Mitchell Connelly and Britania his wife to Joseph Willis for sum of $112.75, a piece of land known as "Litteton's Friendship".
 

Recorded 4 April 1836
Made 25 Feb. 1836
Liber JR-T Folio 100
        Zachariah Willis and Mary Willis his wife to Joseph Willis for sum of 150 dollars current money of Maryland all rights to land inherited from his father Richard Willis part of two tracts, called "Hab nab at a Venture" and "Littleton's Friendship" except a small part already sold to Daniel Sparklin.
 

Recorded 30 Jan. 1836
Liber JR-T Folio 102
        Nathan Connelly and Fanny Connelly to Joseph Willis for sum of $12.00 a piece of "Littleton's Friendship".
 

Recorded 21 May 1836
Liber JR-T Folio 133
        Zachariah Willis and Mary his wife to Rebecca Connelly for sum of 125 dollars a piece of land containing 10 acres being part of "Hab Nab at a Venture" and "Littleton's Friendship".
 

Recorded 9 June 1837
Liber JR-T Folio 524
        Foster and Ann Willis of Dorchester County to Stephen Andrews of Dorchester County for $230.00 a house and lot in Federalsburg.
 

Recorded 16 May 1839
Liber TR-U Folio 101
        Jacob C. Willson of Talbot County to Zachariah Willis of Caroline County for sum of $225.00 a tract called "Littleton's Friendship" containing 20 acres.
 

Recorded 6 April 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 301
        Zachariah Willis brought a Constables Bond.
 

Recorded 7 April 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 315
        James A. Stewart of Dorchester County to Charles Willis of Caroline County - by a decree of the High Court of Chancery 9 Sept. 1839 - James Stewart was appointed trustee and authorized to dispose of property mentioned in the proceedings in a certain cause between Purnell B. Cory and Henrietta Graham and Mary Adeline Williams, Louisa Ellen Williams and others - James Stewart sells to Charles Willis for sum of $1200.00 tract called "Lough Neigh" in Caroline County near Federalsburg containing 225 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 29 June 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 343
        John Green of John and Rebecca Green his wife of Caroline County to Charles Willis of Sarah for sum of $50.00 a tract called "Betts Range" in Caroline County containing 7 1/4 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 28 July 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 377
        Charles F. Willis to William H. Willis and Lewis Willis, Jr. For sum of $75.00 part of "Willis's Regulation" now held by Charles F. Willis, formerly held by John Willis late of Oxford - Charles was in Louisville, Kentucky when he signed deed.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 15 Sept. 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 381
        Daniel Rich, free Negro to John G. Willis for $65.00 household goods, animals, and sweet potato crop.
 

Recorded 29 Sept. 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 381
        Charles Willis administrator of Robert Medford to John Rumbold for sum of $300.00 one negro man age 19 named Daniel.
 

Recorded 5 May 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 390
        William Willis appointed trustee to Joseph W. Barker for insolvency.
 

Recorded 17 June 1840
Liber TR-U Folio 391
        William Willis appointed trustee to Alexander B. Joiner for insolvency.
 

Recorded 29 May 1841
Liber TR-V Folio 96
        John Bosman to Charles Willis of E. for sum of $200.00 land called "Mill Land Enlarged" containing 30 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 2 Oct. 1841
Liber TR-V Folio 297
        John L. Willis and Charlotte his wife of Dorchester County to Thomas Gray, Jr. of Caroline County for sum of $230.00 a lot of ground in Federalsburg being part of a tract of land called "Rawly" from Levin Stack to John Willis.
 

Recorded 21 March 1840
Liber TR-V Folio 360
        William B. Willis and Mary Willis, Nicholas Willis, Joseph and Elizabeth Robinson, Spry Denny and Catherine Denny, Sarah Denny, Ann B. Willis and Margaret H. Willis all of Talbot Co. to William H. Willis and Lewis Willis, Jr. of Caroline County for sum of $700.00 a farm held by late John Willis of Oxford and called "Willis's Regulation" containing 163 acres of land more or less.
 

Recorded 14 April 1842
Liber TR-V Folio 361
        William H. Willis and Lewis Willis, Jr. and Elizaann his wife to Henry Corkrin for sum of $675.00 all tract of land in Caroline County held by late John Willis of Oxford called "Willis's Regulation" containing 163 acres more or less.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 21 May 1842
Liber TR-V Folio 371
        Henry Dean to Charles Willis of E. and Cannon Charles for sum of $227.00 animals and household goods.
 

Bill of Sale
Liber TR-V Folio 470
        Charles Willis of S. to Edwin P. Jump for sum of $50.00 all household goods, farm equipment and leftover food.
 

Recorded 3 Aug. 1843
Liber TR-W Folio 84
        Charles Willis of E. and Tamsey Willis his wife to William H. Watkins for sum of $1475.00 land called "Lough Neigh" containing 225 acres more or less upon which Stansbury Reed now resides and another tract called "Mill Land Enlarged" containing 30 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 3 Feb. 1844
Liber TR-W Folio 233
        Charles Willis executor of will of Mary Ann Faulkner of Caroline County deceased to StephenPhillips for sum of $377.00 land called "Addition to Ivory Ridge" containing 200 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 13 March 1844
Liber TR-W Folio 245
        Theadore R. Loockerman of Talbot County to John G. Willis of Caroline County land on west side of Denton Bridge (see JR-Q 192) some squabble over said land.
 

Recorded 21 Dec. 1843
Liber TR-W Folio 247
        Henry and Elizabeth Corkrain of Caroline County to Richard Willis for sum of $45.00 part of "Willis's Regulation next to "Painters Range" containing 7 1/4 acres.
 

Recorded 18 March 1844
Liber TR-W Folio 277
        Elisha Wright and Adar his wife, James Willis (a son of William Willis and Sarah his wife) of Caroline County, and James Meloney and Mary his wife, Sylvester Willis and (two other sons of William and Sarah Willis of Talbot County and Charles Coverly and Ann his wife, Michael Charles and Meary his wife, Patrick Stack and Catherine his wife and DanielCannon and Rebecca his wife of Dorchester County to James H. Nichols of Caroline County. All above heirs and legal representative of William Williams and Delilah Williams his wife late of Caroline County for sum of $235.00 land called "Water's Friendship", "Brown's Purchase" and "Addition to ? Tracts" (See 1 Feb. 1825)
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 4 June 1844
Liber TR-W Folio 281
        Dennis Kelly of Caroline County to Peter Willis for sum of $90.00 - animals and crops growing.
 

Recorded 12 Sept 1843
Liber TR-W Folio 344
        James Willis appointed trustee to Samuel Rouse for insolvency.
 

Recorded 15 July 1843
Liber TR-W Folio 344
        William Willis appointed trustee for George Saulsbury for insolvency.
 

Recorded 26 Oct. 1844
Liber TR-W Folio 463
        Thomas D. Case and Eliza Ann his wife, Jacob Dyott and Ann Eliza his wife and Susan Willis of Caroline County to Francis E. Fountain for $150.00 their share of House received from Capt. Joseph Talbot deceased. House and land in Boonsburough on south side of county road leading from Hillsborough to Gransbourough.
 

Recorded 11 May 1846
Liber JHF-X Folio 130
        Benjamin Atwell, Jr. and Hester A. Atwell his wife (formerly Hester A. Fountain, widow of Nicholas Fountain) to John G. Willis for sum of $28.00 all land and buildings in Caroline County on west side of Choptank near Denton Bridge where Nicolas Fountain lived and died.
 

Recorded 6 July 1846
Liber JHF-X Folio 165
        John Callahan to William Willis and Owen C. Jones for sum of $98.00 a small (?) shop or house in Denton on the Brick Tavern lot left to John Callahan by Nancy Callahan his mother.
 

Recorded 12 Jan. 1847
Liber JHF-X Folio 268
        Mary Ann Fountain to John G. Willis for sum of $50.00 a parcel of land and house on west side of Choptank near Denton Bridge where Nicholas Fountain lived and died.
 

Recorded 4 Feb. 1847
Liber JHF-X Folio 281
        William S. Carroll and Caroline E. Carroll his wife of Sussex County in Delaware to John G.Willis of Caroline County for sum of $50.00 a house and lot on west side of Choptank River near Denton Bridge.
 

Recorded 18 Feb. 1847
Liber JHF-X Folio 299
        John G. Willis and Mary Ann Fountain to James H. Fountain for $32.00 land on west side of Denton Bridge containing 5 3/4 acres.
 

Recorded 31 Dec. 1846
Liber JHF-x Folio 306
        Zacariah Willis and Mary B. Willis of Caroline County to Daniel Adams for sum of $75.00 a parcel of land called "Littleton's Friendship" containing 15 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 9 Dec. 1846
Liber JHF-X Folio 608
        Saulsbury Sparklin and John Willis and Celia his wife and Elizabeth Sparklin to Clement Sullivan for sum of $50.00 land Peter Sullivan deceased seized and possessed in his lifetime containing 159 1/4 acres.
 

Recorded 5 July 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 63
        Ignatius Lednum and Sarah Lednum his wife to John G. Willis of Caroline County for sum of $250.00 land called "Smith's Farm", "Revival" or "Wheatleys Park" containing 2 1/4 acres.
 

Recorded 12 July 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 72
        John F. Willis - Constable's Bond.
 

Recorded 3 Aug. 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 128
        William Willis of Caroline County appoints Samuel Wilzeir (?) of Baltimore City to be his attorney. He will be out of state - no reason given.
 

Recorded 4 Oct. 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 128
        William Willis (formerly of Caroline County) by Samuel Wilzeir (?) his Attorney and HenriettaL. Willis wife of William Willis to Madison Williams of Caroline County for sum of $100.00 - his 1/16th share of 238 acres called "Edmonson's Desire", "Salem", "Langs Discovery", "Havre De Grace" etc. which belonged to Henry Willis the brother of William. Henry Willis died intestate.
 

Bill of Sale
Recorded 26 Dec. 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 165
        John Blades administrator of John Blades deceased to Joseph Willis for $150.00 one negro girl, Sarah Catharine aged about 10 years, slave for life.
 

Recorded 9 Oct. 1848
Liber JHF-Y Folio 262
        James Turner and Anna Maria his wife of Queen Anne County to Peter Willis of Caroline County for sum of $500.00 a tract of land in lower district of Caroline County that James Turner purchased of William D. Medcalf and James Medcalf and Ann Maria his wife heirs of Catharine Richardson.
 

Recorded 23 Aug. 1849
Liber JHF-Y Folio 341
        Thomas Gray and Elizabeth Gray his wife of Dorchester County to James H. Willis of Caroline County for sum of $330.00 a lot of ground in Federalsburg, formerly sold by John L. Willis and Charlotte his wife of Dorchester County. Land called "Rawly".
 

Recorded 11 April 1849
Liber JHF-Y Folio 386
        Robert H. Rhodes of Caroline County to John G. Willis for sum of $12.00 land near Denton bridge 150 square perches.
 

Recorded 27 Jan. 1851
Liber JHF-Z Folio 242
        Richard Gester to William Willis for $45.00 land called "Rich's Fishery".
 

Recorded 27 Jan. 1851
Liber JHF-Z Folio 243
        William Willis to Darcus Gester for sum of $5.00 land (see JHF-Z 242).
 

Recorded 13 Sept. 1849
Liber JHF-Z Folio 246
        John G. Willis, William Thomas Willis, and Elizabeth E. Willis of Caroline County to Thomas Numbers for $1050.00 land called "Mitchell's Defence" on west side of main road from Andersontown to Hubbards Cross Roads containing 130 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 9 Jan. 1851
Liber JHF-Z Folio 257
        John F. Willis and Elizabeth A. Willis his wife to David Todd for $2620.00 land called "Painters Range" containing 262 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 10 May 1852
Liber TFG-AA Folio 196/197
        Zachariah Willis made a Justice of the Peace.
 

Recorded 6 Aug. 1858
Liber RJ-29 Folio 99
        Daniel Adams of Caroline County to Zachariah Willis for sum of $130.00 part of a tract called "Littleton's Friendship" adjoining John Rumbold's land or Lemuel Hubbard's land containing 14 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 9 March 1864
Liber RJ-30 Folio 555
        Lemuel Hubbard and Mary his wife to John E. Hubbard and Francis A. Willis for sum of $600.00 a tract of land called "Littleton's Friendship" on west side of main road leading from New Hope to Hubbard's Cross Roads in the 3rd Election District which was devised by John Rumbold deceased to Mary Hubbard containing 40 1/4 acres more or less and also they do grant a road between land of Zachariah Willis and the heirs of Joseph Willis.
 

Recorded 13 Oct. 1868
Liber THK-33 Folio 223
        John E. Hubbard, Francis A. Willis and Sallie E. Willis his wife to James M. Jones for sum of $400.00 all that tract called "Littleton's Friendship" containing 40 1/4 acres and all privileges of a road between Zachariah Willis and Heirs of Joseph Willis.
 

Recorded 12 Jan. 1869
Liber THK-33 Folio 288
        John L. Willis and Susan L. Willis his wife of Caroline County to Francis A. Willis for $200.00 a lot of land in village of Preston containing 1/3 acre more or less.
 

Recorded 1 Sept. 1870
Liber THK-34 Folio 9
        Francis A. Willis and Sarah E. Willis his wife to Mary L. Todd for sum of $500.00 a tract of land called "Painter's Mistake".
 

Recorded 15 Sept 1870
Made 29 March 1870
Liber THK-34 Folio 9
        William E. Todd and Mary L. Todd his wife to Francis A. Willis for sum of $500 a tract of land called "Painter's Mistake" in 3rd Election District containing 8 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 14 Oct. 1870
Liber THK-34 Folio ?
        Robert Dean and Mary Dean his wife to James S. Willis for sum of $231.00 a tract in the 5th Election District on south east side of county road leading from Friendship Church to Hubbard's Cross Roads containing 21 acres more or less.
 

Recorded 6 Aug. 1874
Liber JWT-36 Folio 296
        James E. Douglass, Trustee for John L. Willis to Francis A. Willis a lot at or near Preston designated as lot No. 3 adjoining the lands of H. F. Willis, John W. Brodly and Francis A. Willis containing about 3/4 acre more or less.
 

Recorded 6 Aug. 1874
Liber JWT-36 Folio 297
        Francis A. Willis and Sallie E. Willis his wife of Caroline County to James E. Douglass for sum of $800.00 all lots in village of Preston deed by John L. Willis and wife to Francis A. Willis containing 1/3 acre more or less.
 

Recorded 11 Nov. 1878
Liber JWT-40 Folio 446
        Zachariah Willis of Caroline County to James E. Douglass, Henry C. Comegys and Henry Wilson, County School Commissioners for sum of $10.00 for purpose of a School House a lot at or near the M.E. Church and in the 4th Election District being part of a tract of land called "Battle Hill" on south west side of county road leading from Church to Hog Creek it being a corner of said Willis's land and William Cohee's land containing 1/2 acre more or less.
 

Recorded 11 Jan. 1884
Liber LHG-48 Folio 150
        Zachariah and Mary B. Willis for $600.00 grant unto James S. Willis all that tract called "Henry's Folly Enlarged" on north west side of road from Friendship Church to Concord containing 42 acres more or less.



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