Darby was born in Ireland in 1673. Darby died in Kent County, Maryland, on April 3, 1736; he was 63. Occupation: Farmer




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2 i. Daniel (1709-1770)

ii. John. John was born in Kent County, Maryland, in 1711. John died in Kent County, on August 1, 1783; he was 72. Occupation: Soldier in the American Revolution.

1711

Birth of John, son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah (Meeks), Kent County. Based on the deposition of 1733, Darby is 38 years old.

1712

The tax act of 1712 states that all male persons and all female slaves of the age of 16 or above shall be accounted taxable except clergymen and such poor people as receive alms from the county and all such slaves as adjudged to be past labour.

1714

November 27 - Survey 50 acres of Shad's Hole, known as Darby's Desire, on the north side of one of the branches of Morgan's Creek, Kent County.

1716

Birth of Elizabeth Peach who married John Shawhan in 1730.

September 10 - Patent 50 acres of Shad's Hole, known as Darby's Desire, Kent County.

1730

October8- Marriage of John Shawhan (Shawhorn) (son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah Meeks) and Elizabeth Peach (b. 1716), at Shrewsbury Parish (Protestant Episcopal), Kent Co, Maryland. John is 19 years old. Elizabeth is 14 years old. Darby, father of John, is 57.

1732

September 13 - Birth of John, first child (eldest son) of John (2nd child, 2nd son of Darby and Sarah) and Elizabeth (Peach) Shawhorn, recorded in Shrewsbury Parish, Kent County.

1735

April 12 - Birth of Daniel, son of John Shawhorn (age 24,2nd child, 2nd son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah Meeks) and Elizabeth (Peach), Shrewsbury Parish, Kent County.

1736

April 3 - Darby Shawhan's will probated.

April 10 - Sarah (Meeks) Shawhan's will probated seven days later.

October 27 - Estate of Darby Shehawn, Kent County, appraised by John Gleaves and Thomas Hatcheson. Daniel Shehawn is listed as administrator. Sarah Dyer and John Shawhan listed as near of kin. Francis Bellows listed as largest creditor.

1740

October 14 — Daniel Shawhan, Kent County, Maryland, cordwainer, (eldest son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah Meeks) and wife Jennett sold, for (2?) five pounds, 50 acres of Shad's Hole, on west side of road leading from Turner's Creek to Daniel Perkins's Mill and on the northeast corner of said Daniel's Plantation, Kent County to John Shawhan, planter (second son of Darby and Sarah). Witnesses: Wm. Wilmer, George Garnett.

1743

John Shawhan Sr. owned lot 26, "His Lordships Manor", Kent County. State of His Lordship's Manor lists property as leased to John Shawhan for annual rent.

1753

July 21 - Estate of John Shawhan, Jr. administered, Kent County. Valued at £178.

1760

May 24 - Will of Daniel Cole, Kent County, probated. "I give to my beloved friend, John Shawhan Sr.,...whom I appoint my executor. Witnesses: Grace Kitty, Daniel Shawhan, John March.

(Birth of Frederick Shawn in Kent County.)

1766

State of His Lordship's Manor lists John Shahawn as lessee and Elizabeth and John Jr. as occupants. Their ages are listed respectively as 51,50, and 27.

October 20 - Inventory of David Shawhan's estate filed. Valued at £127. John Shawhan as administrator. Witnesses: Darby Shawhan, Dennis Shehawn and Shadrack Shawn. Appraisers: Thomas Wilkins and James Piner. Nearest of kin: Darby and Shadrack Shawn. Second appraisal of estate by Dennis and Darby Shawhan.

1767

September 18 - Will of Darby Shawhan, Jr., dated this Sate, left his estate to "Joseph, son of my brother lohn.

1774

February 26 An inventory of all and singular the goods and chattles of John Shawen Jun. late of Kent County deceased...." Appraised at £11 by Hezekiah Cooper and John Gilbert. Next of kin: Aves Shahon and Elibeth Blackston. Creditors: J. Maxwell and Isaac Spencer. Administrator: John Shewhawn.

1775

March 8—Inventory of John Shawen, Jr. (son of John Shawhan and Elizabeth Peach). John Shawhan (Sr.) administrator. Aves Shahon and Elizabeth Blackiston, sisters of John, Jr. are listed. Estate valued at £ 11. John, Jr.'s most valuable possessions were a small black horse (£4), two feather beds (£2), and a rag rug.

1776

John Shawhan, in Captain Greenbury Goldsborough's Company from Talbot County.

Joseph Sheahorn (son of John Shawhan and Elizabeth Peach?), 1st battalion, 32nd regiment, Maryland Militia

Inventory for estate of Shadrack Shawhan (son of John Shawhan and Elizabeth Peach) filed in Culpeper Co., VA.

1783

August 1 - Last Will and Testament of John Shahawn, son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah Meeks. Listed. wife, Elizabeth; plantation negroes and stock leased to son, Joseph; grandson, Charles; daughter Elizabeth and Elizabeth's son John Blackiston; daughter, Avis; son, Daniel; children of son, Shadrack. Also listed negros named Dark, Jake, Jerry, Nan and her child Jonas. Witnesses: Wm. Stuart, Joseph Stavely and Wm. Maxwell, Jr. Executor: Joseph Shawhan.

October 15 - Will of John Shahawn (son of Darby and Sarah), Kent County, probated. "Then came William Maxwell, jr., Joseph Stavely and William Stuart, the subscribing witnesses..."

October 28 - An inventory of the estate (goods and chattels) of John Shehawn (son of Darby Shawhan and Sarah Meeks), Kent County. Administrator, Isaac Brisco. Witnesses: Samuel Tibbett, Douglas McClain and Wm Brisco.

A further accounting in 1783 lists Joseph Shawhan as administrator. "money due from Isaac Shawhan...money due from Elizabeth Shawhan...legacy left to daughter Avis and daughter Elizabeth.

1784

Inventory for estate of John Shehawn.

(Feb 27 - Marriage in Kent Co., Md. of Frederick Shawhan and Elizabeth Allen.)

Nov 30 - "Then came Joseph Shahawn, executor of the estate of John Shahawn..."


Biography: Notes:

Deathdate: October 15, 1783 {RTS}

There was no minister at Shrewsbury Parish in 1711, the year of John's birth.

John's wife, Elizabeth and son, Daniel were still alive in 1783.

Residence:

1711. Kent Co., Md. Birth.

Research:

"John Shawhan, born 1711 married wife Elizabeth, born 1716, and had John, Jr., born 1732." (This ref. used by Lindsay, p. 26. Note typo "1715" in Lindsay.)

1732. Birth of John Jr.

1750

"Every fall and spring there were races in Chestertown .... The Chestertown races were particularly celebrated, and on this course Maryland and Virginia often contended together, as also did the gentlemen breeders of Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot counties."

1774

"The brigantine Geddes arrived in Chestertown with a small lot of dutiable tea for some of the neighboring counties. The inhabitants assembled in town meeting May 13, and held indignation meetings and threw the tea overboard. This same day the tea was thrown overboard in Boston Harbor."

1 Aug 1783. Will of John Shahawn.

"...I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Elizabeth, all the profits of my plantation negroes and stock that are leased to my son, Joseph, also all the Household furniture during her life, the rents of the land to be paid annually to her...." "I give and bequeath to my grandson, Charles, negro boy Jerry."

"I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, after the death of her mother, negro boy Jake during her life, and after her death my will is that her son John Blackiston shall have him." "I give and bequeath unto my daughter, Avis, (after the death of her mother) negro Wench Nan and her child Jonas." "My will is that my son, Daniel shall have one Shilling sterling and no more of my estate." "My will is that my household furniture and stock be equally divided, after the death of my wife, between my son Joseph, my daughters Elizabeth and Avis and my son Shadrack's children." "I give and bequeath unto my son, Joseph, negro Wench Dark, and all my land after the decease of his mother." "Lastly, I nominate, constitute and appoint my son, Joseph whole and sole executor of this my last will and Testament...."

15 Oct 1783. "Then came William Maxwell, jr., Joseph Stavely and William Stuart the subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of John Shahawn late of Kent Co. deceased...."

28 Oct 1783. Inventory of John Shahawn. Witnesses: Samuel Tibbett, Douglas McClain, Wm. Briscoe, and Isaac Briscoe.


Research: Served in the American Revolution with the Continental troops out of Kent Co., Maryland. (R.T. Shawhan, p. 2, p. 5)

From the SHAWN FAMILY HISTORY NEWSLETTER, SUMMER 1987: The descendents of John are presented in this section in chronological order along with the primary and secondary historical sources. This is in keeping with one of the purposes of the newsletter which is to make the original content of the historical sources available to family members. The chronology begins with John, the second son of Darby and Sarah.

John remained on the farm in Kent County, Maryland and passed the property to his son Joseph and to Joseph's descendents. Portions of Darby's Desire remained in this branch of the family for four generations after Darby. Rose T. Lane and Martha Willis, both direct descendents of Darby Shawhan, continue to maintain the unbroken family presence on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

JOHN SHAHAWN (1711-1783) Kent County, Maryland

Darby Shawn - Sarah Meeks

John Shawn - Elizabeth Peach

I

Joseph

Elizabeth

Avis

Daniel

Shadrack

Last Will and Testament, Kent County, Maryland

Volume 7, page 47-48

In the name of God, amen. I, John Shahawn, of Kent County and State of Maryland being sick and weak in body but of sound mind, memory and understanding do make and publish this my last will and Testament in manner and form following Viz. I first and principally recommend my soul to God who gave it to me, and my body to be buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named, and what worldly goods God has been pleased to bless me with I leave and bequeath in form and manner following to wit.

Imprimis- I give leave and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Elizabeth all the profits of my plantation negroes and stock that are leased to my Son Joseph, also all the Household furniture during her life, the rents of the land to be paid annually to her.

Item- I give and bequeath to my grandson Charles, negro boy, Jerry.

Item- I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth, after the death of her mother, negro boy Jake during her life, and after her death my will is that her son John Blackiston shall have him.

Item- I give and bequeath unto my daughter Avis, (after the death of her mother) negro wench Nan and her child Jonas.

Item- My will is that my son Daniel shall have one Shilling sterling and no more of my Estate.

Item- My will is that Household furniture and stock be equally divided (after the death of my wife) between my son Joseph, my daughters Elizabeth and Avis and my son Shadrack's children.

Item- I give and bequeath unto my Son Joseph, negro Wench Dark, and all my land after the decease of his mother. Lastly, I nominate constitute and appoint my son Joseph whole and sole executor of my last will and Testament, disanulling and revoking all other wills. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this first day of August one thousand seven hundred and eighty three.

John Shahawn

Published pronounced and declared to be his last will in the presence of Wm. Maxwell Jun., Joseph Stavely, Wm Stuart.

October 15, 1783

Then came William Maxwell, Jun., Joseph Stavely and William Stuart the subscribing witnesses to the last Will and Testament of John Shahawn late of Kent Co. deceased, and severally made oath on the Holy Evangels of Almighty God that they did see the Testator therein named sign and seal this will and that they heard him publish pronounce and declare the same to be his last will and testament, that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their apprehensions of sound disposing mind memory and understanding and that they respectively subscribed their names as witnesses to this will in the presence and at the request of the testator and in the presence of each other.

J. Nickolson Reg.

______________________________________________________

Original Inventories: Oct 18, 1783 & Nov 30, 1784 (Hall of Records, Kent Co., Box 37, Folder 32) NOTE: The financial measure of the time was in pounds. The symbol '£' will be used to refer to this.

An inventories of the goods and chattles of John Shewhan late of Kent County Deceased, appraised in current money of Maryland by us the subscribers being thereto lawfully authorized and sworn this 18th day of October 1783.

Wearing Apparel--£4-10-0

4 cows @6;

2 two yr old d @3--£15-10-0

2 calves @1;

1 mare @15£--£16-0-0

2 year old colts @ 7£

1 old horse @5--£10-0-0

1 mare 10 yrs old @7£

1 horse 6 years old @ 12£ £9-10-0

1 mare 4 years old @ 8£

1 horse 7 years old @5£--£13-0-0

16 sheep @7/6

13 hogs @ 10£

13 shoats @ 7/6--£20-17-6

other @5

1 old riding chair @5--£5-0-0

2 pr old ???@5--£0-5-0

1 negro woman Named @50£--£50-0-0

1 ditto 18 yrs old named Nann--£60-0-0

1 negro boy named Jerry 9 yrs--£40-0-0

1 ditto named Jacob 6 yrs--£30-0-0

1 child 1 yr old named Iano--£10-0-0

1 grind stone/1 old cart--£2-12-6

farming utensils @4£

1 griddle @2 2/6--£5-2-6

old grow?/1 bed--£5-3-6

ditto--£5-16-3

ditto--£7-18-0

1 bedstead and cords--£1-12-6

1 ditto/furniture for 1 bed--£4-2-6

lumber/linnin wheel--£2-7-6

1 chickxxx?/1 old walnut table--£0-12-6

7 sitting chairs/1 old desk--£3-13-0

1 old table/1 walnut desk--£1-0-0

1 ditto/1 old cupboard--£1-6-6

1 truck/1 old caroll/1 hackle--£0-10-0

1 sugar box/book--£1-6-0

6 earthen plates/6 glass…?--£0-14-0

1 looking glass/ 1 small trunk--£0-8-4

1 bushel salt/ 1 hand mill--£1-13-9

6 knives/5 forks/1 beehive--£0-9-0

1 old Tann/1 half bushell--£3-3-0

amount carried over--£324-4-3

wool/flax in the sheaf--£2-5-0

231 1/4 bushel of wheat--£75-3-1

36 barrles corn--£27-0-0

10 1/2 bushels of oats--£1-11-6

pewter--£3-2-0

--£4-10-8

6 weavers ylays--£0-15-0

1 stone jug/ditto--£0-4-6

1 earthen jug/3 bottles--£0-2-0

2 bottles/thread--£0-19-0

1 3/4 cotton knives & forks--£0-7-6

Total--£436.14

Signed

Wm Briscoe…Jacob Briscoe…Samuel Tibbitt

Nov. 30, 1784

Then came Joseph Shawhan exec. of John Shehawn…and made oath on the holy evangels of Almighty God that the foregoing is a true and perfect inventory of all singular the goods and chattels of the said…


On October 8, 1730 John married Elizabeth PEACH, in Shrewsbury Parish, Kent County, Maryland. Elizabeth was born in Kent County, MD, in 1718.


Research: Birthdate: 1716 {RTS}

iii. Dennis. Dennis was born in Kent County, Md., in 1713. Dennis died in Kent County, Md., in April 1770; he was 57.

Notes:

Dennis mentions his daughter Bathsheba and son Isaac in his will. No mention of son Daniel or wife.

Residence:

1713. Kent Co., Md.

18 Apr 1746. Living on 114 acres of land in Kent Co., Md., owned by George Garnett. (See Lindsay, p. 27).

1770. Kent Co., Md.

Research:

1766. Dennis was listed as an appraiser of David Shawhan's estate, Kent Co., Md. (See Lindsay, p. 27.)

3 Nov 1767. Dennis Shehawn vs. David Shawhan's Executors. (Lindsay, p. 28 ref. to Kent Co. Court proceedings, p. 35.)

1767. Dennis Shehawn sued by Jacob Falconer for 50 pounds damages.

Chapple Warner sued Dennis.

1769. Joseph Nicholson sued Dennis Shawhawn, late of Kent Co. for 66 pounds.

16 Apr 1770. Dennis Shawhan writes his will. Mentions daughter, Bathsheba, son, Isaac and Executor, Michael Jobson.

24 Apr 1770. Will of Dennis Shawhan probated.

Spouse: Mary

Spouse Research:

According to Lindsay (p. 27) , Dennis's wife's surname is "but her given name is Mary as indicated in his will...."Mary's name mentioned in her husband's will, 1770. The text of the document does not confirm this.

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Last Will and Testament (Maryland Hall of Records Prerogative Court (Wills) 37, pp. 527-8, Dennes Shawn, 24 April, 1770. The spelling within the documents is followed):

In the name of God Ame. I, Dennes Shawn, of Kent County in the Province of Maryland, Farmer, being sick in body but of sound mind and memory and understanding do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following. First of all I give unto my Daughter Bathsheba six silver spoons. Also I give unto Isaac Shawn, my son, one Horse called Brass and saddle. And I hereby nominate and appoint Michael Jobson Executor of this my Last Will and testament and hereby revoking all former Wills by me heretofore made. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 16th day of April 1770. Signed (The photograph of this document indicates that Dennes Shawn placed his mark (similar to a "D") at the signature location.) , sealed, published and Declared by the above named Dennes Shawn as and for his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of us who have here unto subscribed our names as Witnesses thereunto in the presence of the Testator and in the presence of each other.

On the back of the aforegoing will was thus written viz.

Kent County April 24, 1770. Isaac Briscoe and William Walters made oath on the holy evangels of Almighty God that they saw Dennis Shawn, the Testator within named sign and seal this instrument of writing as his Last Will and testament and heard him publish and declare it to be so. And that at the saem tiem he was to the best of their knowledge and apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory, that they the daid deponents subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of the testator and at his request.

Sworn before J. Nicholson, Deputy Commissioner, Kent County


Dennis married Mary.

iv. Sarah. Sarah was born in Kent County, Md, in 1715.

Research: The eldest daughter, Sarah, married Edward Dyer, son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth Dyer. Edward died in 1749 and Sarah administered the estate in Kent County.

Subject: NEWS FLASH ON SARAH (SHAWHAN) DYER

Resent-Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 07:54:28 -0700

Resent-From: SHAWHAN-L@rootsweb.com

Date: Tue, 15 Jul 1997 07:52:29 -0800

From: Eric and Susan Shawn

To: SHAWHAN Family discussion list

Shrewsbury Parish, Kent Co., MD

Preliminary research confirms that Sarah Shawhan, daughter of Darby

Shawhan and Sarah Meeks married Edward Dyer in 1735. Two daughters

include Mary (b. 1738) and Sarah (b. 1745).

In 1647 Edward's will was appraised. Next of kin were Elizabeth Berry

and Sarah Peare. In the same year the agent for the Lord Proprietary

leased 90 acres to Sarah, widow of Edward, her daughter, Sarah, and her

brother, David. David, Darby and William had been given to Sarah by her

mother until they reached age 21.

Daughter Mary is not mentioned in the land document and may have died.

Darby had left his sister's house as he was over 21. David is 21 at the

time but remained with his sister. Of William there is no mention and

his location remains .

In 1763 the estate of one Sarah Brookes, Quaker of Kent County is

appraised. Dennis Shahan is listed among the creditors. Dennis

"Shawton" and David "Shawton" are listed as next of kin. My current

hunch is that "Shawton" is simply a misreading of Shawhan and Sarah

Brookes is Sarah Shawhan Dyer. Henry Brookes, member of the Cecil Co.

Quaker Meeting was condemned in 1749 for marrying outside the Quaker

Meeting and his will arranges for the childrent to be raised Quaker.

Sarah had three more daughters with Henry Brookes. Henry Bodien,

administrator for Henry Brookes, gave some Shads Hole property to his

daughter Hannah and was a neighbor of the Shawhans.

More as the documents arrive.

Eric


Sarah married Edward DYER, son of Nathaniel DYER & Elizabeth. Edward was born in Shrewsbury Parish, on April 8, 1710. Edward died in 1747; he was 36.

v. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1722.

vi. Darby. Darby was born in Kent County, Md., in 1724. Darby died in Indiana the home of his brother, Dennis., in 1767; he was 43.

Research: Never married. In 1759 he was assessed a Bachelor's Tax of 100 pounds as all males over 25 years of age were so taxed. He died in the home of his brother Dennis , and left his entire estate of 710 pounds to Joseph , son of John . {Madsen. p. 7}

In the settlement of his estate, Dennis filed suit against Joseph , executor of Darby's estate, claiming considerable money due him for his care of the deceased during six months of illness. {R.T. Shawhan, p. 3}

Even though Darby, Jr. apparently spent the last six months of his life in the home of his brother, Dennis, Darby left his estate to Joseph, the son of his brother, John. Joseph is listed as administrator of the estate. John and Shadrack are closest of kin. Dennis is not mentioned.

Research:

18 Sept 1767. Will of Darby Shawhan, Jr. Names "Joseph, son of my brother, John, executor...." Also wills everything to Joseph. Witnesses: Jonathan Turner and Gideon Hayne. Darby signed his name.

6 Oct 1767. Bond of Joseph Shawn, executor of last will and testament of Darby Shawn, late of Kent Co., deceased.... Signed by Joseph Shawn. Witnesses: John Shawn and Gideon Haynes.


vii. David. David was born in Kent County, Md, in 1726. David died in 1766; he was 40.

Biography: David Shawhan (son of Darby and Sarah) born 1726, died 1766. His estate administered April 24, 1767, by John Shawn and witnessed by Darby Shawhan, Shadrack Shawn. The family bible was listed among the assets. Nearest of kin were Dennis Schawn and Darby Shawhan ("Early Bourbon Families" The Kentuckian-Citizen, Paris, Kentucky, March 28, 1944, p. 2).

Inventory of Oct. 20, 1766 (Maryland Hall of Records Prerogative Court [Inventories] 90 p. 354, David Shawhawn, 20 Oct, 1776):

small skellet

crackt fron pott

6 old fire tongs and shovel

small walnut table

small gimblets

old cubard

…bottom…

old flower barrel

child's chare

tobacco pipe

3 ols tubs

half bushel grain

2 old leather collars

pair braces

2 old bags

1 cart and…

pair leather collars and…

plow

1 plow, 11 harrow teeth

2 sows, 2 shoates

6 suckling pigs

thread, yarn, flax, linen

old bedsteed and bord

old hand saw, boyes…

half hour glass

one Negro boy called Pompey

box…?

Mans saddle

pork

21 barrels Indian corn

childs cradle

parcel of sorrey flax

3 bushels of wheat

hogshead

Creditors:

Thos. Ringgold

Wm Flubey Jun.

Appraisers:

James Piner

Thomas Wilkins

Dennis Schawn

Darby Shawhawn

On the 13th day of November 1766 Shawhawn Amor of David Shawhawn being sworn on the holy evangels doth say that the foregoing is a just and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and chattles that were of the deceased that came to his hands at the time of making thereof that what hath since or shall hereafter come to his hands or possession he will deliver in an additional inventory if he doth not know of any concealment of any part or parcel of the deceased effects by any person whomsoever and if he shall discover any concealment or suspect any to be he will declare it to the commissary general or his deputy and he will tell and trult give account of all and every part of the deceased personal estate if shall at any time hereafter come to his sight possession or knowledge.

Sworn before B. Hands, Deputy Commissioner

Inventory of Nov. 11, 1766 (Maryland Hall of Records Prerogative Court [Inventories] 99 [MdHR 1206] p. 83, David Shauhaun, 20 Oct, 1778, 1p, KO)

An additional inventory of rights of David Shauhaun late of Kent County Deceased appraised in current money by us the subscribers this 24th day of April 1767. Jas Piner & Thos. Wilkins

1 watch

1 boar

Creditors:

Thos. Ringgold

Darby Shawhan

Benjamin Morgan

Shadrack Shawn

Wm Flubey Jun.

Appraisers:

James Piner

Thomas Wilkins

Kent. John Shawn administrator of David Shawn being sworn on the holy evangels doth say that the foregoing is a just and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and chatteles that were of the deceased that came to his hands at the time of making thereof and that what hath since or shall hereafter come to his…possession or knowledge he will deliver in an additional inventory that he doth not know of any concealment or of any part or parcel of the deceased effects by any person whomsoever and if he shall discover any concealment or suspect any to be he will declare it to the commissary general or his deputy and he will tell and truly give account of all and every part of the deceased personal estate if shall at any time hereafter come to his sight possession or knowledge. Sworn this 11th day of November 1768.

Before B. Hands, DG County Kent


Research: When he died, the family bible was listed among the assets and his nearest of kin were listed as being Dennis and Darby Shawhan. {R.T. Shawhan, p. 3}

From Eric Shawn: I just received a two volume collaboration by Robert Barnes and F. Edward Wright called "Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of

Maryland. According to this work David Shawn, son of Darby and Sarah was in

court, March 1761 and as a single man, "was charged that on 7 Dec 1759

he committed fornication with Jane Greenwood and begot a bastard child. He was fined...." This would place the birth of the child in 1760, the year of

Frederick's birth.


David married Jane GREENWOOD.


Research: Jane Greenwood was not David's wife. She had a child by him [Frederick (3)].

viii. William. William was born in Kent County, Maryland, in 1728. William died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1790; he was 62.

William married Mary.

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