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THE CREMEAN /CARMEAN FAMILY

OF

DORCHESTER COUNTY MARYLAND

WHICH IS NOW

CAROLINE COUNTY MARYLAND

JOHN CREMEENS II - WILL

From Probate Records: Maryland Hall of Records:Eam of the account of Elizabeth Cremeen Administratia of all and singularthe Goods and Chattles rights and Credits of John Cremeen late of Dorchester

Co, deceased-The accountant chargeth herself with the deceasd personal estate as perinventory therof made and returned to the Perogative Office accountingto the sum of 60-00-0 and humbly craves an allowance for the several

payments and disbursements of____since made on the account of said deceased of his estate-vizTo of money disbrsed by this Accountant to the Right Honorable LProprieor of this Provence for Quit Rents s per account approved by ThomasMain received of his L-ships quit rent rent for Dorchester County and paid

by the Accountant as per receipt.

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On the 15th day of Febuary Anno domini 1749 then Elizabeth Cremeen the within Accountant made oath on the Holy Evangelsof Almighty God that the within Account as it stands states just and truto the best of her knowledge which therupon after due examination is put

by:

Henry Hooper Jr Deputy

Clerk of Dorchestor CountyRepresenatives of the deceased are the widow this accountant and eightchildren viz Mary Colbourne, John Cremeen, Susannah Cremeen, Jacob Cremeen,

Naomi Andrews, Sarah Cremeen, William and Elijah CremeenSurities are Geoge Andrew and John Cremeen of Dorchester County-Planters

ESTATE SALE FOR JOHN CREMEENS IIJohn Cremeen's inventory names Joseph Cremeen and Rachel Holland(w/oJames Holland, and John Cremeen's sister) as kin; Thomas Price was a

creditor.Inventory of John Cremeen, Vol 40 p/MSA, appraised in Dorchester Co8 April 1749, 8 April "An inventory of all and singular the goods chattlesRights and Credits of John Cremeen ii late of Dorchester Co deceasedapraisal in current money by us the subscribers this 8th day of april in

this year 1749

to his wearing apparel at 2-0-2

to 4 cows at 7-0-0 and 2 horses 9-0-0to 3 shoats 3 years old at 3-0-0 and 2 horses at 1-10-1 4-10-1

to 1 horse 2 yrs old & mule 1 yr old 1 mule 1 yr old &

1 yearling horse 1-15-0

to 13 head of sheep & 5 lambs 2-10-0

to 6 sows & 8 pigs 1-16-0 & 9 shoats at 5-17-0

to 1 horse 2 yrs old at 4-0-0

to 1 old featherbed & furniture at 2-5-0

to 1 new Ditso(?) & furniture but small 4-0-0

to 1 small ditso(?) & furniture at 3-0-0

to 1 Ditso(?) & furniture at 3-0-0

to 24 lbs of old Powtor 1-4-0

to Looking glass at 2-6 & 6 Hollow plates at 6-8-6

to 2 Hollon bowles at 6 & 4 flag chows at 8-14-0

to 1 old chest at 4 & small table & boads at 3 0-7-0

to 1 Box Iron & heaters at 5 & some old books 0-7-0

to 2 guns at 4-0-0 & 4 small deer skins at 16 &

table cloth 5-2-0

to some earthen ware at 8 & 2 spinning wheels 18 1-6-0

to Woolen wheels at 3 (illegible) 11-0

to 3 cow hides at 15 & 1 1-4-0

to 1 skillet & frying pan at 6 & 2 shifters at 2-8-0

to 2 for(?) of Potthooks & leskforks -2-0

to half alemdnde(?) & Lancet & razor -4-6

to paper money 1-2-0 & silver mmoneys 2-0 1-4-6

to 150 lbs tobacco at 12-6 10-0-0

to a parcel of coopers and carpenters tools 2-10-0

to 3 sales of Fannard Leather at 0-15-0

to 1 old cow & (illigible) -5-0

to a parcel of lumber 1-16-0

Appraisers: Joseph Alford, George Andrew(GA, his mark)Kindred & Creditors: Joseph Cremeen (his mark, looks like O)

Rachel(Cremean wife of James Holland) Holland (R her mark): Thomas Price.Inventories V40 pl MSA: Testamentary

Proceedings V33 Pt 1, f41749/50 Feb 15 Exam of the account of Elizabeth (Beauchamp) Cremeen Administratix of all and singular the Goods & Chattels rights & credits of John Cremeen late of Dorchester County deceased -The Accountant chargeth herself with the deceased personal estate as per inventory thereof made and returned to the Perogative Office amounting to the sum of 60-00 and humbly craves an allowance for the several payments and disbursements of her since made on the account of said deceased of his estate - viz.*of money disbursed by this Accountant to the right Honorable Lord Proprietor of this Provence for quit Rents as per account proved by thomas Main received of his Lordships quit rent for Dorchester County and paid by the Accountant as per receipt 4-4-0.*of money paid by this Accountant for drawing and stating the account 0-5-0.*Discount 579 lbs tobacco @ 2 percent commission of 5-5-10 on 7-17-7.5 as 10 percent 0-15-9.

*Balance due estate f48-16-10.5

*60-0-3On the 15th day of February Anno domini 1749 then Elizabeth Cremeen the within accountant made oath on the Holy Evangels of Almighty God that the within Account as it stands states just and true to the best of her knowledge which thereupon after due examination is put by

Henry Hooper Jr Depty, clerk of Dorchester CountyThis accountant prays a further time to pass an additional accountrepresetatives of the Deceased are the widow this accountatn and 8 children, viz, Mary Colbourne, John cremeen, Susannah Cremeen, Jacob Cremeen, naomi Andrew, Sarah Cremeen, William & Elijah Cremeen. surities are george Andrew & John Cremeen (s/o decd John) of Dorchester County, Planters" (George Andrew is a neighbor, living on pt/o "Murphies Addn'

MD Accts 28/33 MdHR, copied 27 May 1986 by John E CremeansMD Accts Dor Co Gen Magazine July 91: CC#A p 44: Index Testamentary Proceedings V33, Pt 1 fl 18

ELIJAH CARMEEN

Elijah was the youngest son of John Carmeen..He was born about 1745. He was a farmer about 1765 in Dorchester County (now CarolineCounty), Maryland. He owned 100 acres: "Addition to Williams Delight" on 18 Oct 1765in Dorchester County (now Caroline County), Maryland. He appeared on the census in1790 in Caroline County, Maryland. He was Nicholite before 1801. He was Quaker after1801. He signed a will in 1805 in Caroline County, Maryland. He died in 1807 inDorchester County, Maryland. Parents: John CREMEEN II and Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP.


CURTIS CREMEAN

born abt. 1760 caroline co.md. died 1819 concord twp. ross co. ohio buried near frankfort ross co. ohio. married phildelphia grayless/greyless abt 1780 caroline co. md. philidelphia(filley) was born abt. 1761 in maryland and died abt. 1845 marion twp. allen co. ohio. buried in an unmarked grave on old family cemetery, exact location unknown.curtis cremean migrated from caroline co. md. to ross co. ohio in 1807 and took up 150 acres of land on harrods creek. he died the and all of his children and wife are named in his will. file and deed book #21page2 ross co.ohiomary, kesiah, kitturah, smith and jacob all came to allen co. ohio between the years of 1829/1833 with their families...


Pearson Carmean

second son of Curtis and Phillidelphia Carmean was born on March 17,1779. He had three wives and twelve children by his first wife Elizabeth to whom he was married in 1797 or 1798. The birth dates of their children range from 1799 to 1828. He married his second wife, Prudence Black, on September 8, 1835 in Ross County, Ohio. He married his third wife, Lockey Wilson, on August 8, 1858 and is buried in Waugh Cemetery in Ross County, Ohio, age 79 years 5 months.

The Birth Date For Pearson Is Correct as per a picture of his and Prudence Tombstones in Waugh cemetery


SMITH CREMEAN

was in the war of 1812 ross co, ohio under captains mallow and kilgores company Edward "Smith" CREMEAN was born on 4 Jan 1782 in Maryland. He was described as5'10" dark complection, dark hair, gray eyes in 1800 in Ohio. Physical description provided by Mrs.W.T. Creamer He was listed on Tax List in 1833 in Allen County, Ohio.(39) He died on 28 Jul 1858in German, Allen County, Ohio. He was buried in Allentown Cemetery, Allen County, Ohio.

German Township known today as American Township

Smith Cremean served in the War of 1812, under Captains Henry Mullon and William Kilgore in

Ross County, Ohio companies.

War of 1812 Pension records indicate that Smith and his wife were not previously married to any

other persons.

Smith moved his family to Allen County, Ohio in Nov 1830, settling on the Ottawa River one milebelow where Allentown now stands (from obituary of Mary Cremean) Found in family history

written by E. Glennwood Baxter