Sarah MacLane1

#4503, (circa 1700 - )
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Hector MacLane Jr2 ( - c 1722)
Mother*Amy Norman3 (c 1673 - )

Family

George Bailey b. s 1684, d. c 1754
Children 1. John Bailey+1 (c 1713 - c 1789)
 2.MacLane Bailey1 (bt 1714 - 1735 - )
 3.Jabez Bailey1 (bt 1714 - 1735 - )
 4.Enoch Bailey1 (bt 1714 - 1735 - )
 5.Ephraim Bailey1 (bt 1714 - 1735 - )
 6.Samuel Bailey1 (bt 1714 - 1735 - )
 7.Kerrenhappuck Bailey1 (1728 - )
 8.Elijah Bailey1 (1736 - )
 9.Sarah Bailey1 (c 1737 - )
Birth*circa 1700She was born circa 1700.1 
Marriage*say 1712She married George Bailey say 1712.1,4 
Her married name was Bailey.1 
2 July 1722In Hector MacLane Jr's will dated 2 July 1722 at Baltimore Co., MarylandG, Sarah MacLane was named as an heir, "loving daughter Sarah Bailley Eighty acres of Land being part of that Hundred acres I purchased out of a tract of Land called Athols where George Bailley is now settled, to her, her heirs and assigns forever." Also "to my loving daughter Sarah Maclane the remaining part of my tract of land called Hectors Fancy being sixty acres to her, her heirs and assigns forever." [prob. Sarah Bailley and Sarah Maclane are the same person]; (bequeathed one-half of "Hectors Chance.")4,5
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, compiler, Baltimore County Families 1659-1759 (Baltimore: Clearfield Company, 1989, 1986), p. 16-17, 440.
  2. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, 439-440.
  3. [S521] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, p. 439-440; first wife.
  4. [S1008] Maryland State Archives, online msa.maryland.gov, MD Prerogative Court Wills 1723-1726, MSA S538-26, Book WD1 18, 37-39. Total 549 pages and index. Handwritten transcriptions (undated) of 349 folios.
    I give and bequeath to my loving daughter Sarah Bailley Eighty acres of Land being part of that Hundred acres I purchased out of a tract of Land called Athols where George Bailley is now settled, to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
    I give and bequeath to my Loving son, John Maclane and my daughter Maclane my tract of land called Hectors Chance containing three hundred acres and lying on the Run called Bens Run, on the north side, Patapsco River in the County of afd to be equally divide between them to them their heirs & assigns forever.
    I give and bequeath to my loving son William Maclane my plantation and tract of land called Bought Witt containing forty acres and twenty acres of land the remaining part of One Hundred acres I purchased out of the tract of land called Atholl and forty acres of land out of my tract called Hectors Fancy, the same parcels of land to be laid out all adjoining the End to the Other to him his heirs & assigns forever.
    I give and bequeath to my loving daughter Sarah Maclane the remaining part of my tract of land called Hectors Fancy being sixty acres to her, her heirs and assigns forever.
    I give and bequeath to my afd Sarah Bailey one pound current money, to her, her heirs, Excer, admer or assigns.
    I give and bequeath to my fored son John Maclane the sum of five pounds current money, two cows and calves, and two sows and pigs or ____ pigg, to be delivered to him when he settles upon his own land; but neither of the said money, cattle nor hogs to be paid to him before the said time, to him, his heirs, Excer, admer and assigns.
    I give and bequeath all my personal Estate not ___ particularly bequeathed to be equally divided between my af. three children, William, Katha, and Sarah Maclane, to them, their heirs, Excer, admer and assigns.
    I give and bequeath to each of my former wife Anne Maclane, her children, the sum of one shilling current money to be paid in twelve months after my decease of the same be legally demanded, to them, their heirs, Excer, admer and assigns.
    Lastly, I make, constitute and appoint my loving wife Amy Maclane, my whole and sole Executrix of this, my Last Will and Testament. Thereby revoking and making null and void all other and former will or wills, any manner of way made or declared by me preceding this date and declare this to be my only Last Will and Testament. Witness my hand and seal this 2nd day of July in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred twenty and two.
                                   his                          
    William Hamilton John Price      Robert R Carter          Hector Maclane Seal
                                   mark.     
  5. [S522] Ancestors of Shane Alexander Stinchcomb, online familytreemaker.genealogy.com, "In his will, dated 2 July 1722 and proved 1 October 1722 he makes small legacies to the children of his former wife, Anne Maclane, and appoints his present wife, Amy Maclane, executrix. He leaves his daughter Sarah Baley 80 acres of "Athol," where George Baley is settled, and 60 acres of "Hector's Fancy." He leaves his son John Maclane and his daughter Catherine Maclane all of "Hector's Chance," 300 acres, to be divided equally between them. He leaves his son William Maclane the home plantation consisting of adjacent tracts as follows: "Bought Well" (40 acres), 20 acres of "Athol," and 40 acres of "Hector's Fancy." He makes his mark. Witnesses are William Hamilton, John x Price and Robert x Carter (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 4, folder 20, photostat).
    "The inventory, taken on 9 October 1722 by Richard Owings and Christopher Randall and presented 22 Mch 1722/3 by "Amy Maclane alias Townsend," shows a personal estate of £261.2.3. It is signed by George Walker and (his wife's half brother) Christopher Randall as creditors and by (his son-in-law) George Baley and (his son) John x MacLane as "nearest of kin" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 5, folder 55, photostat). The accounts , by John Townsend and Amy his wife, are presented on 19 November 1724 and 26 May 1733 (MHR: Accounts, liber 6, folios 223-24; liber 12, folios 1-2, photostats. The children were:
    I. Sarah, b. in or before 1705; m. in or before 1720, George Baley (sic) of Baltimore County; both are mentioned in her father's will, 2 July 1722. Baley signs the inventory of 9 October 1722 as one of the "nearest of kin." They were parents of John Bailey (sic) who married Helen Newsom (see Newsom and Smith sheets).
    II. John, b. _____, named in his father's will.
    III. William, b. _____, named in his father's will.
    IV. Catherine, b. in or before 1718, m. in or about June 1733, her half first cousin, Capt. John Stinchcomb of Baltimore County. Receives in her father's will 150 acres of "Hector's Chance" which she disposes of in her own will (see Stinchcomb sheet.)."

    And also: "The will of Hector Maclane, dated 2 July 1722 and proved 1 October 1722, is witnessed by William Hamilton, John Price, and Robert Carter. In it he distributes his lands among his four children by his latter wife, viz., Sarah Maclane wife of George Baley, John Maclane, William Maclane, and Catherine Maclane, who about 1733 would marry her half first cousin, John Stinchcomb (MHR: Baltimore County Original Wills, box 4 folder 55, photostat). The inventory, made up on 9 October 1722 by Richard Owings and (the widow's half brother) Christopher Randall, shows a personal estate of L261.2.3 and is signed by George Walker and Christopher Randall as creditors and by George Baley and John MacLane as "nearest of kin" (MHR: Baltimore County Original Inventories, box 5, folder 55, photostat). John and Amy Townsend (formerly Amy Maclane) present the inventory on 22 March 1722/3 and render their accounts on 19 November 1724 and 26 May 1733 (MHR: Accounts, liber 6, folios 223-24; liber 12, folios 1-2, photostats). John Bailey (sic) of Baltimore County, son of George Baley and Sarah Maclane, would marry, shortly before 1 September 1739, his half second cousin, Helen Newsom, daughter of John Newsom of "Contrivance," in Spesutia Hundred of Baltimore County, by Helen Stinchcomb, daughter of Captain Nathaniel Stinchcomb and Hannah Randall his wife (MHR: Baltimore County Land Record, liber HWS #M, folios ____ ).". Hereinafter cited as Ancestors of Stinchcomb.