Abt 1639 - Bef 1700 (~ 60 years)
||Mary M. Tattershall |
||With Her Brother William From Wiltshire England
||St. Mary’s County, Maryland
- (491) Stephen Gough married secondly Clare ____, and she is the widow in his will in 1700
||Tegtmeyer Kenow Family
||25 Mar 2013 |
||Lt. Col. John Jarboe, b. Abt 1619, Dijon, Burgandy, France , d. 4 Mar 1674/5, Brettons Bay, St. Mary’s County, Maryland (Age ~ 56 years) |
||St. Mary’s County, Maryland
| ||1. John Jarboe, II, b. Abt 1667, St. Mary’s County, Maryland , d. 16 May 1705, St. Mary’s County, Maryland (Age ~ 38 years)|
| ||2. Mary Jarboe, b. Abt 1669, St. Mary’s County, Maryland , d. Bef Dec 1739, Calvert County, Maryland (Age ~ 70 years)|
| ||3. Peter Jarboe, b. Abt Feb 1671, ST. Mary’s County, Maryland , d. Bef 7 Apr 1698, St. Mary’s County, Maryland (Age ~ 27 years)|
| ||4. Henry Jarboe, b. Abt Apr 1672/1673, St. Mary’s County, Maryland , d. Bef 18 Apr 1709, St. Mary’s County, Maryland (Age ~ 36 years)|
- Lt. Colonel John Jarboe married Mary Tattershall, the sister of William Tattershall.
Mary is called - “Mary M. Jarboe” in 1656 recorded a gift “unto Mrs. Ann Hammonds youngest child, I being his God-mother,” so they were married by 1656.
Judicial and Tesstamentary Business of the Provincial Court 1649/50-1657
Vol 10 pg 517
Know all men that I Mary Jarbo do make a Deed of Guift
of those Cattle above Mentioned to witt one Cowe and a heifer
marked with a Crop in the right Eare with a hole and a Slitt
cutt in the hole, the left Eare overkeele and underkeele, unto
mrs Ann Hamonds youngest Child, I being his Godmother, and
all the female Cattle to be for the use of the Said Child, and
the male Cattle to his mother, and desire to have it Recorded
by the first Convenience as Wittness my hand this 3d of June
Wittness Signum Mary M Jarbo
Peter P Mills
Mary Tattershall was born in Wiltshire, England, and since she was about nine years of age when she and her brother William were brought into the Province by John Pile in 1648 Probably sister of William Tattershall, a Catholic who immigrated from Wiltshire, England in 1648.
6 September 1649: Mr. John Piles (also from Wiltshire, England), demanded 400 acres of land for himself, his wife, William Tattershall and Mary Tattershall, Mr. Pile and wife having transported themselves into this province before the year 1648 and the said Wm. and Mary Tattershall in the year 1648. Warrant to the surveryor to lay the said 400 acres upon Potomecke River neere a small creek about a league above Cedar Point.
Maryland historians commonly give the name Tattershall to Mary Jarboe due to the wording of William Tattershall’s will.
John Pile also calls Jarboe “my brother” which suggests Mrs. Pile may be a Tattershall. The Piles and Tattershalls are known to be related in England. In Maryland, John Pile was a member of the Governor’s Privy Council, a high office.
Tattershall descendants later appear in Prince George’s County Maryland. The Archives also list and Edmond and an Edward Tattershall transported 1637, probably the same man. And may be the nephew mentioned in William Tattershall’s will.