1586/87 John Hallowes the carpenter, in St. Marys Co, MD and Virginia

John Hollis the carpenter – b. abt 1586/87 – d. abt 1643 m. Ann Youll (possible marriage/widow).  (John Hollis the carpenter is possibly the father of Maj. John Hollis b. 1612-1615). 

For additional Hollis links and information, see the following Hollis work page at this link:  https://goyengoinggowengoyneandgone.com/hallowes-in-lancashire-england-recs/

Spouses (possible): (The following records regarding spouses is taken from Rochdale, Lancashire, England records at:  http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/  of marriages to men named John Hallowes.  These are not confirmed as belonging to our John Hallowes the carpenter – but it is possible.  If John Hallowes carpenter is the father of Maj. John Hallowes b. abt 1612-15, then these records are from the location where Maj. John Hallowes was likely born – so are possible spouses of John Hallowes carpenter).  

Unk – m. April 21, 1606 (86)
Anne unk surname – m. Oct 24, 1614 (94) (record in St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire England indicates John Hallawes married an Anne on Oct 24, 1614). 

Ann Youll widow of Mr. John Hallowes (in doc 4 Oct 1656) (This may be John Hollis carpenter’s wife who died in 1643 – so possibly John Hallowes 2d wife, so Maj. John Hallowes mother or step-mother ). (82)

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(Documents showing John Hollis the carpenter died in 1643, so his wife would be a “widow”.  Possible that his wife Ann would have remarried to one of the Youll family by 1656)

1643 December 1. John Hilierd complaineth of injury done him by John Hollis late of Virginea carpr deceased in not returning to the plf a bill of 200 l tob cask due from John Thatcher to the plf wch bill the said Jo. Hollis tooke of the plf to sue agst the said Thatcher in Virginea, & assumed to returne the bill to the plf or els the tobacco: but hath done neither; to the damage of the plf 150 l tob beside the said 200. and prayeth remedie vpon any the estate of the said Jo. Hollis within this Province.  (Note:  Richard Bennett was a Colonial Governor of Virginia – see:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Bennett_(governor)  ).

1650 Sept 28 Richard Bennett demands 100a of land due John Hollis dec’d who transp himself about 9 years since and claims land as greatest creditor.  Source: Dr. Lois Green Car. Mens Career Files. MSA SC 5094. Image No: sc5094-2048-10. ABH 48.  http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc5000/sc5094/002000/002048/html/sc5094-2048-10.html

(History of transactions involving John Hollis and Richard Bennett):

1636 April 23: Same to LT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 200 acs. in Charles River Co., April 23, 1636, page 336. Upon Chesepeiack Bay & Cheeseman’s Cr. Due for the trans, of: 4 persons (names not mentioned). This patent was renewed by Sir John Harvey in the name of John Hollis & Richard Bennett. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 73.

In 1638 John Hollis and Richard Bennett purchase 200acres of land from Capt. John Cheesman in Charles River County, Virginia.  (Note: Charles River County is adjacent to James County, Virginia).

1638 May 21: JOHN HOLLIS & RICHARD BENNETT, 200 acs. Charles River Co., May 21, 1638, Page 558. Upon Chisopean Bay. Due by assignment from Capt. John Cheesman. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 119.

1640 Dec 4: CAPT JOHN CHEESMAN, 300 acs. Charles Riv. Co, Dec. 4, 1640, Page 770. Upon Cheesman’s Cr, running parallel to the mouth of the New Poquoson Riv. 200 acs. by assignment from John Hollis & Richard Bennett, & 100 acs. for transp, of Judeth Williams & 1 per. unnamed. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 185.

1642 Oct 10: RICHARD BENNETT, 100 acs, upon the second cr. of Milford Haven, adj. Abraham English. Due by assignment from Edward Maulson, who trans. John Hales and John Binsteed.
Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 193.
(JOHN HALES transp to VA by Richard Bennett)

1654 Sept 13: p.68. Patent. 13 Sept 1654. Ri Bennett Esqr etc to Tho Frissell. 300 acres in Westmoreland Co., Va. Adjoins South ”upon Hollis his Creeke”, East on land of Wm Freake, West and Northwest on ma.in woods. Due for the transportation of 6 persons. [Note: Plesse pay particular attention to the phonetic spelling of Major John Hallowes’ name in this entry. This is the 2nd instance of this in these records. B. F.]
VIRGINIA COLONIAL ABSTRACTS: Beverly Fleet: pg 677

Parents:

John Hallowes b. abt 1565 (84) and (85) (Note:  not confirmed the father, but there are two John Hallowes in Lancashire, England, who have sons named John Hallowes, one in 1586, the other in 1587).  

(marriages noted in Lancashire for John Hallowes b. abt 1565 are: http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/ .  Note: These are all the marriages listed/located on that site that could match a John Hallowes b. abt 1565 – they are “possible” spouses of his).

Unk name – m. Nov 13, 1586
Elizabeth – m. Feb 19, 1587/88
Unk name – Aug 13, 1599

Children: (not confirmed – these are possibly John Hallowes carpenter’s children.   See John Hallowes b. 1613-1616’s page for other potential fathers of Maj. John Hallowes.  Info from: http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/  ):

James Hallowes b. abt. 1606/07 (87)
Jonathan Hallowes b. abt. 1608/09 (89)
Samuel Hallowes b. abt 1610 (no baptism record found for a Samuel Hallowes being born to a John Hallowes near this time, but the record could have been lost, damaged, or is unreadable – as happens.  We know there is a sibling of Maj. John Hallowes b. abt 1612 named Samuel Hallowes based on the lawsuit regarding Maj. John Hallowes’ land in 1722).
Esther Hallowes b. abt 1612 (93)
John Hallowes b. abt 1612 (92)

Siblings: (POSSIBLE siblings – these are baptisms listed for people in Rochdale, Lancashire, England with a father named John Hallowes during the appropriate time-period.  With the number of people listed, there well may have been more than one John Hallowes having children during this time period http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/ ).  

Margerie Hallowes b. 1585/86
John Hallowes b abt 1586
Edward Hallowes b. abt 1589
Margaret Hallowes b. 1590
Calibb Hallowes b. 1592
James Hallowes b. 1593
Samuel Hallowes b. abt 1594
Elizabeth Hallowes b. 1595
Marie Hallowes b. 1596
Jane Hallowes b. 1597
Marie Hallowes b. 1598
Richard Hallowes b. abt 1600
Jonathan Hallowes b. 1603
Alice Hallowes b. 1605

FACTS Intro:

Two men closely situated named John Hollis / John Hallowes in Maryland / Virginia  (John Hollis the carpenter, and John Hollis the planter (aka Maj. John Hollis):  

Assuming John Hallowes the carpenter is the father of Maj. John Hallowes b. abt 1612 to 1615, then he was likely born around 1586/87. (84) and (85).  There are two baptisms of men in Rochdale, Lancaster, England named John Hallowes about this time period that could possibly fit this John Hallowes the carpenter – both are baptized in 1586/87.    It is possible these are duplicate records of the same person, with one or the other date being misread or mistranscribed.  It is also possible there were two John Hallowes born in the county at that time, and that one of these men is John Hallowes the carpenter.

John Hallowes the carpenter arrived in the Americas about the same time as Maj. John Hallowes b. abt 1612-15 (Likely aboard the Ark and the Dove as Maj. John Hallowes had done).  They may have arrived on separate boats, but both appear in records from 1638-1643.  Their names are identical, so some records that have been attributed to Maj. John Hallowes b. 1612-15 may actually belong to John Hallowes carpenter (Note:  For those records, where it is unclear which John Hallowes it belongs to, they are listed under both people).

There are several entries regarding John Hallowes arriving in Maryland and Virginia at different times.  These appear to be the Hollowes/Hollis families moving back and forth from Virginia to Maryland – as moving from one to the other is leaving one colony, and joining the other. (108).

John Hallowes the carpenter is noted as being deceased in 1643. (80).  Maj. John Hallowes b. 1612-15 continues to be noted in documents in Maryland and Virginia until 1657.  This notation of the death of John Hallowes carpenter in 1643 confirms the identity of two John Hallowes who were traveling to and from St Marys, Maryland and the Northern Neck of Virginia.

On at least two occasions, John Hallowes the carpenter and John Hallowes are listed as giving their proxy to the same person to represent their interests, and listed side by side in one of the two Maryland Assembly votes or votes by proxy during assembly meetings.  This shows who the two different John Hallowes were (one referred to as “the carpenter”).  These lists were not in alphabetical order, since they were listed side by side, that they were likely related to each other. (7) and (32).

Tax records also verify there were at least two John Hallowes in St. Mary’s until 1643. (3), (43), and (46).  All three tax records have the two, John Hallowes and John Hallowes the carpenter, listed side by side with a different tax amount assessed to each person.  The lists were not in alphabetical order.  The side by side listing indicates they likely filed at the same time, or were living next to each other.

The land transactions in 1638, 1640, and 1650 involving Richard Bennett are related to John Hollis the carpenter b. 1586/87.  In the 1650 transaction, Richard Bennett indicates that John Hollis is dead (in 1650), and that Richard Bennett is the greatest creditor of John Hollis (the carpenter), so Richard Bennett should receive the 100acres that John Hollis is due for one of the times he transported himself to Virginia. (5a).

John Hollis the carpenter dies in 1643:

John Hallowes “the carpenter” dies some time in 1643.   On December 1, 1643, “John Hilierd complaineth of injury done him by John Hollis late of Virginea carpr deceased”. (80).

A later entry, on the same day, Dec 1, 1643, Rich. Wright, executor of Jo. Robinson carp, deceased, is making demands of John Hollis for amounts due to John Robinson’s estate, and John Hollis gives testimony under oath to the court that he “saeth upon oath that he oweth no part of it.” (80). This John Hollis is clearly alive, giving testimony, so is likely Maj. John Hallowes b. 1612-15.

After the December 1, 1643 entry, there are no other other documents found that refer to “John Hallowes carpenter” in either Maryland or Virginia.  This supports that John Hallowes carpenter was indeed deceased by December 1, 1643.  Maj. John Hallowes b. 1612-15 continues living in Maryland and northern Virginia until his death in 1657.

Votes by Proxy:  Maryland’s Archive records show there to be two John Hallowes on several occasions.  March 21, 1641/42 (7), a record of an “Assembly Proceeding” shows the assembly is presented with a petition regarding Thomas Gerrard taking the Key of the Chapel and carrying away the books.   Thomas Morris has appeared for this Assembly Proceeding and has exhibited his proxy to speak/vote on behalf of 11 other people besides himself.  Included in his proxies are a proxy for a) John Hallowes, and b) John Hallowes carpenter – showing two different John Hallowes.   September 5, 1642, during the Assembly, Capt. Cornwaleys has the proxies to appear on behalf of 9 people, including John Hollis planter, and John Hollis carp. (32).

Tax Assessments:  On November 25, 1642, taxes are assessed to pay John Hollis and Henry Hooper.   John Hollies is assessed 5 lbs of tobacco, and John Hollis carp is assessed 5 lbs of tobaco. (43).  Another assessment of taxes is done in December of 1642 to pay for an expedition. John Hollis is assessed 20 lbs of tobacco, and John Hollis carpr is assessed another 20 lbs of tobacco in St Maries County, Maryland. (46).  On August 2, 1642, a tax assessment is done.  The assessment requires John Hallowes to pay 69 lbs of tobacco, and it requires John Hallowes carp to pay 23 lbs of tobacco. (26).

Court Cases:  January 11, 1642 John Hallowes (the future Maj. John Hallowes) is acting as attorney for a Jo. Weyvill to collect on a debt owed by John Norman. John Hollis carpenter had acquired this debt for building John Norman a house. John Hollis carpenter assigned this debt to Mr. Weyvill, likely as payment of some other debt, and Mr. Weyvill then hired Maj. John Hallowes to act as his attorney in collecting the debt. (8).

November 29, 1642 in St. Marys, Maryland, John Hollis carpenter demands that Robert Nicolls pay a bill that is due for transporting tobacco from Maryland to Virginia. On the same day, John Hollis (appears to be the future Maj. John Hollis) makes a complaint against Francis Gray and James Linsir – Pursall’s man, for killing John Hollis’ marked swine. (45).

December 1, 1643 in St Marys, Maryland, Margaret Brent makes a demand for nonperformance from John Hallowes and Francis Gray as executor of James Cauther. (80).

The next entry on December 1, 1643 is that of John Hilierd filing a complaint against the estate of John Hollis carpenter deceased, for money owed to John Hilierd relating to business with John Thatcher in Virginia. (80).

Two entries down from that, Richard Wright, executor of John Robinson’s estate, makes a demand of John Hollis for money owed. John Hollis gives the court testimony, and admits to the court owing part of the debt, but denies that he owes any part of the debt related to a barrell of corne. (80).  This John Hollis is obviously not the deceased John Hollis carpenter.  This must be Maj. John Hollis b. 1612-1615.

John Hollis the carpenter who dies in 1643 appears to have been married to Ann Youll: 

Ann Youll widow and Youll family (Yewell, Yowill, Yowell, Youle):  On October 4 or 20, 1656, Ann Youll, widow to Mr. John Hallowes is noted in Westmoreland County, Virginia, to need to appear in the next court. (82 and 83).  Since she is going by the last name “Youll”, this indicates she likely has remarried to a man named Youll.

Major John Hallowes does not die for another year (some time in 1657) and his widow is then Elizabeth (the belief is “Tew” is her maiden name) who goes on to marry David Anderson after Maj. John Hallowes death.  Ann Youll is a widow for another John Hallowes.  The Youll family travelled with John Hallowes on more than one occassion on the same boat back and forth from Maryland to Virginia (indicated in land grants – see Maj. John Hallowes’ page).   Maj. John Hallowes son, John Hallowes Jr, is likely too young to be married and have died at this point.  The oldest John Hallowes Jr. could be is 16 or 17 based on when Maj. John Hallowes and Restitute Tew married in 1639.

There appears to be a relationship between the Youll family, and Maj. John Hallowes.  February 1, 1642 the Sheriff held a grand Enquest. Included and sworn in among those attending were Thomas Yewell (Youll) and Mr. Hollis who were part of the Enquest.  The issue was regarding a John Elkin planter, John Robinson barber, and Miles Ricards servant of John Robinson who were together when John Elkinseduced and moved by the instigation of the divell, of malice forethought, feloniously and wickedly, with force and armes, an assault did make . . . did shoote off and discharge at or upon the said Indian (called the King of Yowocomoco), and therewith unto the said Indian, one mortall wound, in the throat of the said Indian . . . said Indian King . . . said John Elkin did feloniously kill . . . ” (See Maj. John Hallowes page for documentation).  This appears to be an important legal case for that time, as jury decisions were held in high regard.  The jury, despite Elkins’ confession, found him not guilty because of the Indian King’s status as a pagan.  The Governer/court did not like the jury’s decision, admonished them that the Indian King was visiting “within the king’s peace”, and sent them back for another decision.  The jury came back and found that Elkin was “guilty of murder in his own defense”.  Again, this was not accepted by the Governer, who said the decision “implied a contradiction”.  He then discharged the jury, and impanelled a new jury that came back with a verdict of “manslaughter in his own defense”.   The attorney general then prayed that the first jury be “grievously fined”. The court fined George Pye two thousand pounds of tobacco. The attorney then filed an information against Pye for contempt for having reproached the whole court “in an insolent manner” for saying “if an Englishman had beene killed by the Indians there would not have beens so much words made of it.” The court then fined him another 1000 pounds of tobacco for his contempt.

November 25, 1642 John Hollis, John Hollis carpr, and Thomas Yewell (Youll) are in St. Maries, Maryland, and participate in the Proceedings of the Council of Maryland in the levying of a tobacco tax to pay John Hollis and Henry Hooper. (43).

January 30, 1650 John Hollowes, Gent, receives 1600 acres in Northumberland Co, Virginia for transporting 32 people into the colony. Names of those he transported include John Hollowes, John Tao (Tew), Thomas Yowill (Youll), Tho. Yowill Junr (Youll), Ann Yowill, Jr (Youll), Wm. Yowill (Youll), Restitute Hollowes, Junr, and Restitute Hollowes.  (See Maj. John Hallowes page for documentation).

Sept 6, 1654, Thomas Youle, Ann Yowell Sr, Ann Yowell Jr, another Thomas Yowell, and a William Yowell along with John Hallows, Restitute Hollis, Sr, Restitute Hollis, Jr, and John Tue are all transported by Thomas Hobkins into Lancaster Co, Va – likely coming back from Maryland, or possibly coming back from a trip to England – as they all had already been in Virginia previously. (See Maj. John Hallowes page for documentation).

Ann Youll appears to be the widow of John Hallowes carpenter.   If this is the case, and if John Hallowes carpenter is Maj. John Hallowes father, then Ann Youll is likely Maj. John Hallowes’ mother or step-mother who has remarried to a man named Youll.

Parent(s) of Maj. John Hollis b. btw. 1608-1615:

John Hallowes carpenter as parent of Maj. John Hallowes:  There are several John Hallowes born in Rochdale, Lancashire, England between 1608 and 1615.  The following is a list of baptisms listed there:

a) Nov 6, 1608 John Hallawes was baptized with Edwardi Hallawes as father. 
b) Jan 29, 1608/09 Jonathan Hallawes was baptized with John Hallawes as father.
c) Jun 4, 1609 a Samuel Hallawes was baptized with Charles Hallawes listed as father (I have included this birth because of the documented history of Maj. John Hallowes having his oldest sibling named “Samuel Hallowes”. It is possible that Charles Hallawes also had a child named John about this time period, but the record for the Baptism is missing or unreadable.
d) April 14, 1611 a John Hallowes was baptized with Richard Hallowes listed as father
e) March 12, 1612/13 a Samuel Hallowes is baptized with Richard Hallowes listed as father
f) Jul 19, 1612 a John Hallawes is baptized with a Johis (or John) Hallawes listed as father. (Johis was a Latin spelling of John meaning “John, son of John”. You will see many given names with an “i” at the end of it, or an “is”, or “es” that look like “Jacobi”, and “Henrici”, etc).
g) Mar 27, 1614 a John Hallawes is baptized with a Michaell Hallawes listed as father.
h) Dec 31, 1615 a John Hallawes is baptized with a Henrici Hallawes listed as father. (12).

Previous researchers have listed a Henry Hallowes as the father of Maj. John Hallowes.  The records indicate that Maj. John Hallowes states his age on at least 2 different occasions.  Both depositions state his age as “or thereabouts” and based on the answers give his “thereabouts” age as having been born somewhere between 1612 to 1615.  It is possible he was even 4-5 years older than that (as ages were often not accurate in their reporting for one reason or another), and that is why there is a need to include those John Hallowes who were born in Rochdale, Lancashire, England from 1608 to 1615.

John Hallowes carpenter is in Maryland records with Maj. John Hallowes from 1641-1643.   There are several options for father of Maj. John Hallowes in Rochdale, Lancashire, England.  Among them are John Hallowes who has a child baptized in 1612 named John Hallowes.   Another option is Richard Hallowes who has a son John Hallowes baptized on April 14, 1611, and then has another son Samuel Hallowes who is baptized on March 12, 1612/13.  We know from the lawsuit involving John Hallowes’ 2400 acres in Virginia that his oldest brother’s name was Samuel Hallowes.  It does not say that Samuel was older than John, only that Samuel was his oldest sibling heir (according to his grandson Samuel Hallowes who was bringing the lawsuit for the land).  John could have been the oldest, and Samuel the next oldest.

There are also John Hallowes baptized during this time period with fathers named Edward on Nov 6, 1608, Charles on June 4, 1609, Michael on March 27, 1614, and Henrici (Henry) on Dec 31, 1615.

I have not seen the reason other researchers have chosen Henry as the most likely father, but will update if I see any reason.  For now, it appears John Hallowes carpenter is the most likely father for Maj. John Hallowes, with Richard Hallowes being the next choice to inquire into.

Summary:

John Hallowes carpenter and Maj. John Hallowes are related in some fashion.  In assembly proceedings, they give their proxies to the same person and are listed side by side.  Similarly, when taxed, they are listed directly next to eachother.  Even in the court cases, Maj. John Hallowes appears to act as attorney for a debt owed to John Hallowes carpenter that he has assigned to John Weyvill.

John Hallowes carpenter is too old to be the son of Maj. John Hallowes b. 1613-1616, as he shows up in land records in Virginia with Richard Bennett in 1638, and in the Maryland Assembly Proceedings in March of 1641 – meaning he is an adult, considered to be at least 21 years of age – meaning he was born 1615 or before – which means he is at least the same age as Maj. John Hallowes.

It is not clear what John Hallowes the carpenter and Maj. John Hallowes relationship is.   It is unlikely they are brothers – with the same given name.   John Hallowes the carpenter is too old to be Maj. John Hallowes son.   We have no evidence of John Hallowes the carpenter’s age based on documents found so far.  This leaves the choices as either father, uncle, or cousin.   The best guess at this time (with information reviewed) is that John Hallowes the carpenter is the father of Maj. John Hallowes.  New information may lead to a more definite answer in the future.

Documentation:

1) 1636 April 23: Same to LT. JOHN CHEESEMAN, 200 acs. in Charles River Co., April 23, 1636, page 336. Upon Chesepeiack Bay & Cheeseman’s Cr. Due for the trans, of: 4 persons (names not mentioned). This patent was renewed by Sir John Harvey in the name of John Hollis & Richard Bennett. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 73.

2)  1638 May 21: JOHN HOLLIS & RICHARD BENNETT, 200 acs. Charles River Co., May 21, 1638, Page 558. Upon Chisopean Bay. Due by assignment from Çapt. John Cheesman. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 119.
(Note:  This is JOHN HOLLIS first noted land grant that has been located)

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3) 1638 Aug 7: Court and Testamentary Business, 1638.
the dogg is to be omitted in the Inventary, being testified by John Cook to be given to John hollis. The Inventarie of the goods of Thomas Cullamore delivered into the Court by Capt. Tho: Cornwaleys. 7th August 1638 praised by J James Baldridge
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650 (Maryland)
Volume 4, Page 74  https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/pdf/am4–74.pdf ; https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/html/am4–74.html
(JOHN HOLLIS has dog)

4)  1639 June 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1638—9.
June 1st 1639 This day came John Hollis and made Oath that he is not precontracted to any other woman then Restituta Tue, and that there is no Impediment on his part nor to his knowledge on the part of the Said Restituta why he Should not be married to her, and he bindeth himself to the Lord Propriary in 1000 wt Tobo for the truth of this Oath. Recognit coram me John Hallowes John Lewger Secretary
June 2d 1639 This day came Cutbert ffennick and Robert Perry and made Oath that they were present and eye wittnesses of The Marriage of the Said John Hollis with the Said Restituta this Instant day by Mr Thomas White John Lewger Secretary.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650 (Maryland)
Volume 4, Page 52
https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/html/am4–52.html ; https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/pdf/am4–52.pdf
1639 June 1: Hollis, Hallowes, John; 1:138 Film No.: License to marry Restituta Tue 1 June 1639; married 2 June; MSA SC 4341-
1639 June 2: HALLOWES, John & TEW, Restitute (or TUE); 2 Jun 1639; marriage was performed by (Father] Thos. White in St. Mary’s Co., Md.; Jn. HALLOWES was the bro. of Matthew HALLOWES; their father, whose name is unknown, was a res. of Rochdale, Lancashire, Eng.; John later moved to Va. where he lived in NC & WC; (BRMF:229; NM:442)
Virginia, Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649 to 1800 (pgs 15, 160, 161, 203, 281, 330, 373)
(Note:  John Hollis’ MARRIAGE to RESTITUTA Tew).

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5)  1640 Dec 4: CAPT JOHN CHEESMAN, 300 acs. Charles Riv. Co, Dec. 4, 1640, Page 770. Upon Cheesman’s Cr, running parallel to the mouth of the New Poquoson Riv. 200 acs. by assignment from John Hollis & Richard Bennett, & 100 for trans, of Judeth Williams & 1 per. unnamed.
Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 185.
(Note:  JOHN HOLLIS appears to assign his 200ac of LAND received 2 years prior to CAPT JOHN CHEESMAN).

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5a)  1650 Sept 28 – 1650 Sept 28 Richard Bennett demands 100a of land due John Hollis dec’d who transp himself about 9 years since and claims land as greatest creditor.  Source: Dr. Lois Green Car. Mens Career Files. MSA SC 5094. Image No: sc5094-2048-10. ABH 48.  http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc5000/sc5094/002000/002048/html/sc5094-2048-10.html  (Note:  This entry from Richard Bennett verifies that John Hollis the carpenter is a separate person from Maj. John Hollis, almost definitely a relative due to them being listed side by side in Maryland Assembly documents and tax documents, and likely John Hollis the carpenter was the father of Maj. John Hollis).

6) 1641 March 21: Assembled
The Lieut General Captain Cornwaleys
Mr Fulk Brent
Mr John Lewger
. . .
Nathaniel Pope
. . .
Robert Wiseman
. . .
John Hallows | appeared after the house
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664; Volume 1, Page 116
https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000001/html/am1–116.html ;  https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000001/pdf/am1–116.pdf

7) 1641/2 March 21-22: Assembly Proceedings, March 1641/2. 117
. . .
John Hallowes
Mark Pheypo
. . .
John Hallowes Carpenter
. . .
John Lewger exhibited his Proxy for Burnaby Jackson
Thos Morris had leave to be absent & appointed for his Proxy Mr Thos Greene
Was read the bill for the support of the Govt with General Consent It was declared by the house that the house of Assembly may not be adjourn’d or Prorogued but by and with the Consent of the house Then was read three other Bills For the devising of new Laws For an expedition against the Indians For Planting of Corn
The house adjournd it self till the next morning.
John Hallows Carpenter appointed for his Proxy Mr Thomas Greene
. . .
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664; Volume 1, Page 117  https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000001/html/am1–117.htmlhttps://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000001/pdf/am1–117.pdf
(JOHN HALLOWES Carpenter and John Hallowes both are mentioned in the March 1641 Assembly proceedings – indicating they are two different people – Thomas Morris obtained the proxy of both men to vote on their behalf)

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8)  1642 Jan 11: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hallowes (p attor Jo. Weyvill) demandeth of John Norman 440 l tob due by assignmt from Jo: Hollis carpr for building his house. warrt to sheriff to warne deft to be at Court 1st febr next vpon paine of iudgemt
Eod. John Hollis ( attor supr:) demandeth of Thomas Thomas 300 l tob & cask due by bill attachmt in forma consuet retornab 1st febr. next.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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(JOHN HOLLIS CARPR – appears that John Hallowes is acting as attorney for a Mr Weyville to collect a debt from John Norman.  John Hollis carpenter assigned his debt to Mr. Weyville, and John Hallowes is acting as attorney for Mr. Weyville in collecting)

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10) 1642 Jan 23: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John hollis demandeth of Peter macrill 500′ tob due vpon accompt. warrt to warne deft to be at Cort on 1st febr: next vpon pill of iudgemt Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 173 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000004/html/am4–173.html

11) 1642 Jan 24: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.   …  copie of indenture from This Indenture made the 1th decemb 1642 Jo. Hilierd to Jo: Hollis betweene John Hilierd of St Michels in the Prov: of Maryland of the one party, & John Hollis of the hundred & pvince aforesaid of the other party, witnesseth, that the said John hilierd for & in consideration of eleven hundred pounds of tobacco paid vnto and for the vse of the said John hillierd by the aforesaid John hollis, witnesseth that the said John Hillierd for & in consideration of the somme of tobacco abovesaid, doth by these pnts covenant bargaine & bind him selfe for to serve the foresaid John Hollis & his exequutors & assignes one whole yeare from the day of the date hereof. And it is agreed on that the foresaid John Hollis 1642 January his exequutors & assignes shall have the whole benefitt and proceed of the labour of the said John hillierd during the terme of time above mentioned; and for the true pformance hereof I have herevnto sett my hand the day of the date above written. signed & dd. in the pnce of signed, John Hillerd. John Hollis, John wayvill. 24th Came John hillerd & acknowledged the Indenture aforesaid to be his act & deed coram me John Lewger Secretary.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 173 and 174  https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/html/am4–173.html ; https://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000004/pdf/am4–173.pdf  .  (JOHN HILLIERD sells himself as indentured servant for 1 year to JOHN HOLLIS for 1100 pounds of tobacco)

12)  1642 Feb 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
1642 febr 1st John Hollis sheweth that whereas there was on the 11th octob 1641. a iudgemt recovered by the petr agst the Admrator of John Angud, for 4. good milch kine wth the calfe, (the petr finding a pinace) wch iudgemt the petr hath not heene able to have exequution of in regard there is no kine in the estate of the saidjo. Angud; & therefore prayeth that the said iudgernt may be ascertained in tobacco, at 50001 tob with cask for the foure kine, being the summe allowed formerly by the Court vnto John medley in the like case.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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13) 1642 Feb 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642
Henry Brooks & william durford, shew that they recovered a iudgemt for 35S vpon the estate of John Angud; & that there is no mony in the estate to be found, & therefore pray that the said mony may be ascertained in tobacco.
Leonard Calvert Esq &c. sheweth that on the 11 octob 1641 there was a iudgemt recovered on the petr as Admrator of John Angud, by John hollis, for 4. good milch kine wth calfe; wch iudgemt the petr is not able to satisfie by reason there are no such cattell in the estate of John Angud; therefore prayeth, that the said iudgemt may be ascertained in tobacco. and likewise one other iudgemt recovered on the estate of the said John Angud by henry brooks & william durford for 35S sterling, wch not being likewise in the estate, he prayeth likewise that it may be ascertained in tobacco. And the Court valued the iudgeint of william durford & henry Brooks & 200 l tob. for 35S but intends not hereby to induce any obligation vpon the petr more or other then was at the time of the former iudgemt And John Hallowes being called, consented to the ascertaining of the iudgemt in tobacco, & alledged that he paid to the said John Angud 3. yeare agoe 4000wt tob & cask. for the 4. kine recovered by the said iudgemt & that he made over his interest in the said bargaine vnto John medley, who recovered of the said Jo. hollis for default of pformance, the 4. kine wth calfe within a certaine time limited, or els 5000wt tob. wth cask wch compelled the said Jo. Hollis to procure the 4 kine & calves immediately at very excessive rates, wch he valueth indifferently at 1001 beaver, & therefore prayeth the equity & conscience of the Court to consider of such a value as may recompence him his said charges & damages. and the Secretary ascertained the iudgemt in tobacco at five thousand Wt of tob wth cask; and mr Langford agreed wth him; & wth consent of the said Jo. hollis it was ordered by the Court, that the Admrator should be liable to no further payrnt then to make over to him such of the estate as is in his hands vnad ministred including in administred that of henry brooks supra 1642
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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(JOHN HOLLIS attempting to satisfy judgments for and against)

14) 1642 Feb 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
mr hollis henry Brooks John nevill.
who were all sworne
Thomas baldridge fined 100 l tob for not appearing
Nathan Pope vpon call
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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15) 1642 Feb 2: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Mary Courtny widd: demandeth of Thomas Boys 700 l tob; due by accompt. the said Thomas Boys acknowledgeth it to be due; & that iudgernt should be entred agst him whensoever it shalbe demanded by Mary Courtney.
The said Tho. Boys in satisfaction of the debt aforesaid, conveyed & made over vnto the said Mary Courtney, one browne cow cropt on the right eare, & a peice cutt out of the left eare, now being at John Hollis’s plantation; to have & to hold the same cow vnto the said mary Courtney from this pnt day, to the vse of him the said Tho: Boys, vntill this day twelvemonth; & in case the said Tho: Boys shall not pay vnto the said mary or her assignes seven hundred Wt of tobacco; at or afore the said day then to have it vnto the said mary Courtny to her owne vse & behoofe for ever. recognit coram me John Lewger the mark of + Thomas Boys
March i. In pnce of John Hollis, acknowledging that he hath heard Sedent John Angud say. that he was to have 500 l tob of Boys Secret: for the transport of his cattell; whervpon & vpon the oath of John hamton that to his knowledge, five hundred wt of tob for the transport of Tho. boys’ catteil, was part of the accompt of 4277 l tob for wch Boys gave his bill to the said Angud;
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 178  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(THOS BOYS COW AT JOHN HOLLIS’ PLANTATION)

16) 1642 Feb 2: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Sedent Vt supr. The Sheriff returned for the grand Enquest,
mr Gerard John Robinson carpr richard hills
mr Greene Simon Richardson Thomas yewell
mr ffennick francis Posie Robt Smith
mr hollis henry Brooks John nevill.
who were all sworne
Thomas baldridge fined 100 l tob for not appearing
Nathan Pope vpon call
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 177 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(HOLLIS and POPE)

17) 1642 Feb 3: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642
John Hollis demandeth of John Hampton and Thomas Boys, 4277 l tob & cask due by bill to John Angud deceased,& by his Admrator assigned to the plf warrt to warne defts without delay.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 179  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS and THOMAS BOYS)

18) 1642 Feb 9: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hollis demandeth of Richard Duke 800 l tob & cask due by bill & accot warrt to Will. Lewis to warne deft retorn 1st march next vpon pill iudgmt
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 181  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

19) 1642 March 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
March i. warrt to have John Hollis afore Govr to putt in caution for observing the pclamaon about trading wth the Indians.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 186  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS and trading with Indians)

20) 1642 March 1: Court and Testamentary Business. 1642
John hampton appeared to the action of John Hollis agst him and Thomas Boys for 4277′ tob & cask due by bill, & acknowledged the said demand to be due, to Jo. Angud deceased.
In the pnce of John wavill (attorny for tho: boys) demanding out of the said bill a discompt of 3500 l tob, demanded by action vpon record the 3d ffebr last. & was allowed. Exequution for 3777 l tob & 15 l fees, & fees of exequution. George Binx will tomson1 2. freemen charged with an oath to present ffugitives,
John Wavill marks pheypo
John Hollis John mansell who presented william hoo
Walter Broadhurst robt nicollskins, william Edwin, John
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 187 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS and WALTER BROADHURST)

21) 1642 March 2: court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Exequution versus George Pye for 3000 l tob & fees, to deliver iooo of it to John Hollis for Lops vse, & the rest to Lops Receiver Grall; retorn 1st Aprill next
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 188  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

22) 1642 March 11: court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Exequution versus Jo: Hollis for 69′ tob, to the vse of Tho. Sterman, & Jo: Langford burgesses of Assembly, by vertue of the assessmt of Assembly. return next Court.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 190 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(HOLLIS and STERMAN)

23) 1642 March 19 and 20: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642
March 19. John Hollis plantr demandeth of Randoll Revell 790 l tob due vpon accompt. attachmt forma eod, qua Mrs Brent
March 20. John Hollis p attornay Jo: Wavill
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 191  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS planter)

24) 1642 May 27: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Copie of a deed desired by Jo: Hollis to be entred vpon record; 1o Octob 1642
Know all men by these prsence that I John Prettiman of the hundred of St Michels in the pvince of Mary[land] planter doe acknowledge my selfe to owe & am indebted vnto John Holes of the hundred & pvince aforesaid the iust summe of one thousand pounds of good merchantable leafe tobacco & cask, and for the true pformance hereof I doe bind my selfe my exequutors & assignes with all my crope or cropes of come & tobacco, and I doe hind and make over the foresaid cropes vnto John Holes of the hundred & pvince aforesaid vnto his exequutors & assignes, & doe give him the said John Holes full sese & possession of aforesaid; whervnto I have sett my hand the 27th May an dom 1642. John Prettiman
Signed & dd in the prsence of vs the mark IC of James Cauther John Wavell.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 117  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN Prettiman deeds his ALL CROPE OR CROPES OF TOBO to JOHN HOLLIS due to debt of 1000lbs of tobo and cask).

25) 1642 July – Aug: Assembly Proceedings, July — August 1642
Then were divers petitions read and answered as of John Hallowes vertus Secretary, of Robt Nichols of Thomas Boys: v Cauther
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 141 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

26)  1642 Aug 2: Assembly Proceedings, July—August 1642. 145
And the sum of 1344l tobacco was assessed upon the hundred for the payment of the said Accot and Charge and hazard of Collecting it and it was assessed to be levied upon the persons and after the rates following
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John Hallowes ……… 69
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Marks Pheypo ……… 23
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Jno Hallowes carp ……..23
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Thos Sterman …………46
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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 145
http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(John Hallowes assessed 69 lbs tobo tax, and JOHN HOLLOWES carp assessed 23 lbs tobo tax)

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27) 1642 Aug 5: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Lewger demandeth of John Hollis two hundred & fifty pound of tob, due vpon accompt.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 123  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

28)  1642 Aug 20 : CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES, 3,000 acs. Warwick Co, Aug. 20, 1642, Page 814. Bounded on N. with Pottash quarter Cr, adj. Christopher Boyce. Trans, of: Robert Williams, Mathew Jennings, Rog. Williams, Jon. Jones, Jon. Lewis, Jon. Thomas, Hen. Jones, Wm. Salsbury, Wm. Edwards, Nich. Bushell, Morris Loyd, Sam. Preston, Aron Conway, Samll. Edwards, William Sutton, Samll. Davis, Robt. Chappell, Wm. Parry, Nich. Digwell, Tho. Evans, Senr, Rich. Hublard, Howell Jones, Phillipp White, Thomas Shelley, Richard Peacock, Corn. Williams, Robert Wright, Eliza. , Richard Williams, John Hubberd, Rich. Thomas, Nich. Martin, Jon. Westake, Nich. Lingford. Gilbert Symons, Wm. Rood, Georg Jordan, Wm. Browne, Dorothy CrafTord, Robert Wood, Roger , Wm. Cleveden, Eliz. Falston, Wm. Kingsley, Eliz. Button, Hen. Semaster, Wm. King, Hugh Orchard, Thomas Jones, Walter Holberton, John Bamforth, Hamlett, Haw,  Jon. Hollis, Tho. Auer, Robert Okeley, Wm. Urwin, Tho. Cooper, Jon. Bersey, Hen. Witcher, Jon. Reeves, Allen Morggon. Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 191.
(Note:  This JOHN HOLLIS is transp to VA by Capt Samuell Mathewes, who recvs land adj to Christopher Boys)

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29)  1642 Aug 20: CAPT. SAMUELL MATHEWES, 200 acs. Aug. 20, 1642, Page 815. Beg. at Munie Point, near land of Francis Rice & Robert Draper. Trans, of: John Mercer, James Rosse, Jon. Harris, Jon. Holleffe (Hollesse).
Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 191.
(Note:  JOHN HOLLIS transp to VA by Samuel Mathewes)

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30)  1642 Sept 5: By the Lieutenant General
A Copy hereof sent to Kent by John Hollis 5 September 1642 morning
. . .
Captain Cornwaleys
Mr Giles Brent
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Nathaniel Pope
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John Hollis Carp
. . .
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 167  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS carp)

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1642 Sept 5 continues with the proxy representatives, and then lists all the inhabitants of the Isle of Kent in 1642 – on pages 168 and 169 – all residents of the Isle of Kent were represented by their proxy, Giles Brent.  Included in the list of those living on the Isle of Kent is a Thomas Hales (likely is Hales, but listed b/c possibly Hollis).  Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664.  Volume 1, Page 168 and 169

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31)  1642 Sept 5 the bottom of page 169, and top of page 170 list those who are to be fined 20lbs of tobacco for not appearing themselves or by proxie.  Included in this list on page 170 is John Hollis carpenter.  Assembly Proceedings, September 1642.
1 Jno Hollis Carp – contempt 20lbs tobo fine for not showing up
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Pages 169 and 170  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS CARP)

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32)  1642 Sept 5:   Assembly Proceedings, September 1642.
Then the Lieut General adjourn’d the house till the third beating of the drum at 4 of Clock this afternoon In the Afternoon
Assembled. Governor
Captain Cornwaleys
Mr Brent
. . .
John Hollis
. . .
Thomas Sterman
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John Hollis Planter
John Hollis Carp
. . .
Thomas Thomas
. . .
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 172  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(Thomas Cornwallis appears by proxy on behalf of JOHN HOLLIS carpenter for the afternoon session of the assembly (after he was fined 20lbs of tobacco for missing the morning session).  Cornwallis also appears on behalf of JOHN HOLLIS planter).  

(Page 171 discussed the rules of the assembly).

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33) 1642 Sept 6: Assembly Proceedings, September 1642.
Assembled as last time except Cyprian Thorowgood and Thomas Sterman, whose absence was excused and John Weywill and John Hollis Planter and Wm Durford who had made their Proxies
Mr Brent desired it might be put to question whether the house had power to decide the right of the Freemen to depart out of the Province at their pleasure unless they were indebted or otherwise obnoxious to justice The Governor refused to put it to the question to the freemen to determine thereof as Judges of the matter in question
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 173  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(John Hollis planter makes his appearance by proxie on this date).  

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1642 Sept 13:
Then was read the accompt of John Hallowes and Ordered by the house that he should be allowed 1000l tobacco and Henry Hooper the drummer 100l tobacco and that these sums should be assessed 2 shares of it upon Saint Marys County and 1 upon Kent the assessment of the hundreds in Saint Marys to be by L G & Council and in Kent by the Commander & Commissioners the Sheriff to Collect it and have after the rate of 10l p Centum of the sum collected.
Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 180

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34) 1642 Oct 10: RICHARD BENNETT, 100 acs, upon the second cr. of Milford Haven, adj. Abraham English. Due by assignment from Edward Maulson, who trans. John Hales and John Binsteed. THOMAS SYMMONS, 350 acs. at the mouth of a small cr. of the North river in Mockjack baye, near Georg LeVitt , Oct. 10, 1642, Page 830. Due by assignment from Thomas Kerbye and Joheph Moore, to whim it was due for trans, of: John Edden, Peter Baytes, Ellin Audry, Jilbert Reynolds, William Richards, Joseph Moore, Barbary Chapman.
Cavaliers and Pioneers, a Calendar of Virginia Land Grants 1623-1800, V. I. Pg 193.
(JOHN HALES transp to VA by Richard Bennett)

35) 1642 Oct 15: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hallowes demandeth of Randoll Revell two thousand foure hundred and twelve pound of tob due vpon accot
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 127 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

36) 1642 Nov 2: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
came John Nevill & acknowledged himselfe to owe vnto John Hollis eight hundred and sixteene pounds of tob; in full discharge of all demands for any tobacco paid for him to Mrs Tranton by the said John Hollis.
Eod. John Hollis p Jo. Weyvill demandeth of Cyprian vacat ista actio Thorowgood six hundred & one pound of tobacco & warrant due by accompt attachmt to sheriff, to answere 1st decemb: then retornable
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 136  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

37) 1642 Nov 2: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hollis (p John Weyvill attorn:) demandeth of Cyprian Thorowgood seven hundred & one pounds of tob due by accot attachnt to sheriff of St maries; retorn:
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 137  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

38) 1642 Nov 3: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Lewger alledgeth that the person of Mathias de Sousa is bound to him the said John Lewger by an Indenture of service for foure months & Vpward yet to come made bona fide & vpon good consideration, all wth he is ready & vnder taketh vpon him to averre whensoever he shalbe therevnto required, vpon his perill of being answerable to any person as shalbe damnified by this his allegation, in such manner as the Court shall adiudge vpon his default of proofe, & therefore prayeth that a writt of supsedeas be granted to him vpon the exequution awarded agst the pson of the said Mathias at the suit of John Hollis.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 138  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html ;  See also:  https://hsmcdigshistory.org/research/history/mathias-de-sousa/
(JOHN LEWGER alledges MATHIAS DE SOUSA is bound to him for 4 months, and LEWGER appears to want to pay JOHN HOLLIS with that indenture)

39) 1642 Nov 9: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
1642 9th November 9th John Hollis p attor Jo: Weyvill demandeth of William Howkins, eleven hundred & ninety pounds of tobacco (whereof 700. with cask) due by accompt. Eod: attachmt return 1st decemb next.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 141  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

40) 1642 Nov 10th: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642
John Hollis (p. attorn Jo. wavill) demandeth of Joseph Edlo foure hundred twenty eight pounds of tob, due by bill. Attachmt retorn dec next
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 142 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

41) 1642 Nov 10th: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
at 3. clock afternoone sitting in Cort mr Secretary mr Surveyor came Jo. Nevill, & was ready to shew cause why iudgemt should not be entred, & Jo: Weyvill (attorny in the cause for Jo. Hollis) being called thrice & not appearing, the said Jo: Nevill was dismissed without day, & was allowed 15 l tob for his damage 1642 Mr Secretary
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 143  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JO HOLLIS and JOHN NEVILL)

42) 1642 Nov 15: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Jane Cockshott widd demandeth of John Hollis eight hundred and sixteene pounds of tobacco, wherof 490 l due wth cask to the estate of her late husband, and the rest to her selfe for goods. attachmt return 1st dec next
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 145  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

43)  1642 Nov 25: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1647.
St Maries 25th november 1642.
An Assessmt made by the Lieutent Grall & Counsell for the levying of 1210l tob, allowed to John Hollis & Henry Hooper by order of the house of Assembly 13th Septemb last, vpon the severall psons, & according to the proportions following, vix St Maries County — 806l
. . .
Capt Cornwaleys
. . .
mrs Brent
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mr wiseman
Nathan: Pope
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John hollies
John hollis carpr
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thomas sterman
thomas yewell
. . .
thomas thomas
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44) 1642 Nov 26: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
26. attach any the come or tobacc of John Nevill, to shew cause why iudgemt should not be given agst him vpon his acknowledgemt of 816 l tob due to John Hollis sometime before the first of february next, vpon pill of iudgemt retorn Eod. to sheriff S. mar
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(JOHN NEVILL and JOHN HOLLIS)

45)  1642 Nov 29 (Saturday): court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hollis carpenter demandeth of Robert Nicolls 3030 l tob due by bill & accompt viz, by bill wth cask 2300 l damage of non paymt of this at 25. p cent is 53& for transport of the tobacco to Virginea; 200 l Sumons to warne deft to answere on Satturday next.

John Hollis complaineth agst Francis Gray, & James Linsir Pursall’s man, for killing swine of the plaintifs mark vnlawfully, to the damage of the plf. to the value of 5001 tob the said francis Gray saith that he did kill one marked bore in his owne ground, but whose it was he knoweth not. the Court found for the plf. 200 l tob.

Eod. John Hollis demandeth of Ffrancis Gray 1 366 l tob due vpon accornpt. the said Francis Gray denieth the demand to be due.
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(JOHN HOLLIS carpenter demand against Robert Nicholls.  Later on page John Hollis complains against Francis Gray and James Linsir – Pursall’s man – for killing swine with his mark on it, and for an account due – since they identify one John Hollis as “carpenter”, and do not put the same identification for the other John Hollis, it appears these may be two different men)

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46)  1642 Dec: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1647.
John Hollis
John Hollis carpr
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(JOHN HOLLIS carpr and John Hollis are both assessed 20lbs tobo as tax in St Maries, MD)

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47) 1642 Dec 1: court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Seise the person of Mathias de Sousa to satisfie vnto John Hollis 500l tob wth cask wch he hath recovered of him by iudgemt of Court: and what you shall doe herin certifle without delay after such yor seisure. To sheriff of St Maries
Eod. Caine William Howkins & denieth the demand of Jo. Hollis of & 90 l tob. and the Court found for the plf.
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(COURT ORDERS seize person of MATHIAS DE SOUSA to recover debt owed JOHN HOLLIS)

48) 1642 Dec 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
John Hollis demandeth 200l tob for boat hire for the expedition. And 100l tob. was allowed him to be assessed vpon the Province.
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(PAYMENT TO JOHN HOLLIS FOR USE OF BOAT IN EXPEDITION)

49) 1642 Dec 3: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642
Robt Nicolls appeared to answere to the suit of Mrs Mary Tranton vpon summons; and to the suit of John Hollis; & prayed damage to be allowed him. and the cause was respited till monday next.
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50) 1642 Dec 5: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
The allegation of Mr Lewger touching the pson of Mathias de Sousa agst the exequution of John Hollis was found for Mr Lewger & adiudged by the Court that the covenant of the said Mathias for disposing of his pson to the satisfaction of Mr Lewgers just debts was valid, & that exequution was to issue vpon his pson on behalfe of the said John Hollis in the same order & to the same effect as other exequutions vpon goods.
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(Execution of debts – JOHN HOLLIS allowed to satisfy debts by taking the person of MATHIAS DE SOUSA)

51) 1642 Dec 12: Court and Testamentary Business, 1642.
Henry Bishop to certaine Interrogatories on the behalfe of James Neale touching what goods of William Holmes he had in his custodie, saith vpon his oath that he had nor hath any goods of William Holmes in his hands, nor knoweth who hath, but saith that John Hollis told him he had 2. gonnes & some beaver & p of broken stiliards & some other odd things of the said William Holmes’s & more he knoweth not. Jurat coram me John Lewger Secretary
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52) 1642 Dec 16: Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1647.
1642 december 16th Cecilius &c. To or trusty & beloved &c. vt infra, greeting We relying much vpon yor prudent circumspection doe hereby appoint & authorise you the said Giles Brent to be Comander of or Ile & County of Kent, to be cheife Captaine in all matters of warfare by sea and land and as such to have & vse all power necessary or conducing to the resistance of the enemy or suppression of mutinies or insolencies as any cheife Captaine hath or may have and vse by the law of armes. And to be cheife Judge in all matters civill & criminall hapning within the said Iland not extending to life or member or freehold. And we doe further hereby appoint & authorise you the said William Luddington, Richard Thomson, & Rob’ Vaughan gentt to be Commissioners within or said Iland to all powers & effects as to Commissioners of a County by the Law of the province doe or shall belong. And we require all psons for the time being within the said Iland that immediately after the publishing hereof they doe acknowledge obey & respect you the said Giles Brent, William Luddinton, Rich. Thomson & Robt Vaughan & every of you respectively in the quality of Conider & Commissrs as aforesaid, as they will answere the contrary hereof at their pill. Given at St Maries &c. An Assessmt made by the Lieutent Grall & Counsell for levying of 2000l tob to the accompt of the last expedition by vertue of the Act in that behalfe, and of 400l tob to the accompt of John Hollis and Henry Hooper, by vertue of an order of the house of Assembly, to be levied vpon the County of Kent, after the rates following viz
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(GILES BRENT commander of Isle and County of Kent with JOHN HOLLIS acct to be paid for last expedition)

53) 1643 Jan 10: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
warne Cutbert Ffennick gent, John Hollis, Henry James, John Hilierd, & John Hampton to be at the Count on ffriday next to testifie in a cause of Thomas Boys retraxit 10 John Hollis demandeth of Thomas Todd 734 l of tob; & 6 l of beaver; & 40. armes length roanoke. warn, to Cort friday next pill iudgmt
11 Richard Hill carp demandeth of John Hollis 500′ tob wherof 270. wth cask due by bill, the rest due by acct
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(JOHN HOLLIS demand from THOMAS TODD, and cause with THOMAS BOYS)

54) 1643 Jan 12: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
January 12. John Hollis & Francis Gray appeared to the suit of Margarett Brent, for 33 l of beaver &c. prayeth to see the bill,
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55) 1643 Jan 12: court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
William Edwin demandeth of John Hollis 6 l of beaver, & 2 3S in mony sterling due by bill; & 100 l tob for damage of non paymt these 2. yea: & 6. pewtr spoones, a brasse skillet & 3. pewtr porrengers.
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56) 1643 Jan 12: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Hollis appeared to the suit of Rich. Hill for 500′ tob & denieth the demand of 230. by acct
Francis Gray appeared to the suit of Tho. Boys: of 4277 l tob & saith that the cause hath been already adiudged in the life time of James Cauther; wch being not found, the deft denied the assumption alledged by the plf John Hollis being examined vpon oath, saith that since the co partnership Ja. Cauther sent a Ire to the depot wherin he desired him to take all his crop, into his hands, & certaine tob wch other men owed him, & to pay vnto Mr Ffennick 1. or 2. hh. & the rest to pay to Mr Angud toward the bill of Tho. Boys & Ja. Cauther of 4. or 5. thousand wt of tob or above: & to make faire way wth Angud, & what wanted this yeare he would pay the next. And that he hath severall times heard Ja: Cauther acknowledge that the debt due to Mr Angud from Tho. Boys, did pperly belong to him the said Ja: Cauther to pay, or words to that effect
John Hilierd being likewise deposed saith, that since the coptnership he wrote a lre by the direction of Ja. Cauther vnto John Hollis, to this effect to the best of his remembrance; viz that he should take his cropp into his hand, & pay out of it one or 2. hh. to Mr Ffennick & the rest to Mr Angud toward the bill owing to him by himselfe & Tho. Boys, & what this crop did not hold out to gett time for, till next yeare & he would give him security for it & for the forbearance. And he further saith that he did confesse to the dept the debt of Mr Anguds to be his, & did discourse wth the dept of the meanes by wch he hoped to pay it.
And vpon the oath of Tho: Boys that the debt of 4277 l tob was wholly & pperly James Cauthers, except 500 l for trans port of cattell & 500 l more for a debt to Will Parry for the dept & 500 l more recovered of Marm. Snow, & no more; the Court found that the plf should recover 2977′ tob. 1643
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(JOHN HOLLIS, THOS BOYS, and JOHN HILIERD in lawsuit)

57) 1643 Jan 15: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Hollis demandeth of Thomas Todd, & Thomas Jackson 734 l tob & cask due by bill:
John Holis demandeth of Thomas Todd 6 l of beaver & 40 armes length of roanoke, due by accot
15. Margarett Brent demandeth of John Hollis & Ffrancis Gray Exeq: of James Cauther 66′ beaver & 1300 l tob & cask due by bill assigned from Mr Ludlow of Virgin: and Mr Secretary (to whom cause referd by L. G.) found for the plf 66′ of beaver & 1 300′ tob & cask and pcesse of attachmt to the vse of the iudgmt to be awarded vpon any the defts lands goods or chattells, and in default of proving & entring the satisfying the one halfe therof before the 15. of febr next to the plfs vse exequution to be awarded vpon the iudgmt vpon the said Jo. Hollis, & vpon the estate of Ja. Cauther in Franc Grayes hand, as far as there shal be assetts
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(JOHN HOLLIS and THOMAS TODD demands)

58) 1643 Feb 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Richard Wright Exeq. of John Robinson carpr demandeth of John Hollis 120 armes of roanoke received by the deft of the plfs goods from an Indian at litle Wicocomoco neare S. Clements hundred wth whom the plf left the same: & not yet satisfied by the deft And the deft acknowledgeth that he received 102. armes of roanoke of the plfs as is charged; but he received it by vertue of a Commission, wch he was ready to pduce; & delivered it to the Leiut Gen: then being, by his order in the said Commission. 1 febr: 1643. warrt to warne deft return monday morn: next 10. cl: vpon pill.
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59) 1643 Feb 3: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Joseph Edlo demandeth of Thomas Todd 215 l tob, due for goods sold & dd. to him attachmt direct to Rob Ellys. or Edw Packr of a hog of defts in Jo. Hollis hands to answ: mond: next 10. cl.
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(THOMAS TODD and JOHN HOLLIS demand)

60) 1643 Feb 16: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Feb 16. Attach any the lands goods & chattells of Jo. Hollis, and any the the rights debts & other estate of Ja. Cauther deceased in the hands of Ffrancis Gray his exeq. to the vse of a iudgmt recovered by Mrs Mar. Brent of 66 l beaver & 1300 l tob & make returne without delay
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61) 1643 Feb 23: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Marks Phaypo Admrator of Samuel Pursall demandeth of John Hollis 20 l beaver due to the estate of the deceased. warn: to Cort 1st march next pill iudgmt
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62) 1643 March: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
1643 March Cur: Province. apud S. Joh: Giles Brent, L. G. Sedent, Jo. Lewger Secret. the Sheriff returned for grand Enquest, who were impanelled & sworne; form qua supr: 133.
Mr Tho. Greene gent, Rob Ellyson, Rob Kedger, Francis Gray, George Binx, Will. Edwin, Nathan Pope,  Willia Marshall, Xpofer Carnoll, Tho. Baidridge, Ellis Beach, John Rutlige. 
Then was delivered to them this Bill in charge:
Let it be enquired for the Lord Propr; if within the Mannr of Snowhill in the hundred of St Maries, on the 23th of ffebruary last, John Dandy of the foresaid hundred blacksmith, vpon the person of an Indian ladd (since christned by the name of Edward) in the peace of the Lord Propr then & there being an assault did make, & one gonne charged wth bulletts against the said Edward did discharge, & therewith did wound the said Edward in the right side of his belly neare the navell, so that he peirced his gutts, of wch said wound the said Edward afterward within the space of 3. daies died. feloniously & contrary to the peace of Or Sover: Lo: the k. & contrary to the peace of the Lo. Propr &c. returnd, Billa vera. The prisoner arraignd vpon this enditemt pleaded not guilty; & putt himselfe for triall vpon God & his country Then the Sheriff returned, who were impanelled & sworne form consueta.
Mr Cutbert Ffennick gent, John Hatch, John Wavill, Marks Phaypo, John Price, Barnaby Jackson, John Metcalfe, John Hollis, Francisco Van Eynden, John Hilierd, Rob. Wiseman, Will. Asiter., Mr Will: Brainthwt, & John Kent sworne to give evidence.
The Jury returnd [Guilty of felony & murther.]
The prisoner calld to say why iudgmt of death should not be pnounced according to yr Law. and ideo sus. p coIl: supseded mar. 1 8.
p L. G. 16. mar: warrt Sher for cause exequution before 1cl monday next.
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(JOHN HOLLIS on jury for murder trial against JOHN DANDY for shooting in the belly and killing an Indian lad christened Edward. Found guilty)

63) 1643 March 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Rich: Wright appeared to prosequute agst John Hollis, in the action entred supr. p. 1 22. & prayed iudgmt and alledged that it was now 1 2. clock, & the sheriff returnd him served: and being called 3. times, Will. Hardige alledged for the deft. that he was not well; but required to make affidavit of his sicknes, he refused; whervpon Thomas Boys was examind vpon oath whether he delivered the roanoke complained of to the then Govr as was alledged by the deft who said he did. & Mr Secretary found that John Hollis taking of the roanoke & delivery of it to the Govr was iustified by the Commission, wch Jo. Hollis had pduced in Cort & therefore not liable. and the Leiutt Grãll adiudged that the plaintif should recover 102 armes length of roanoke: or 1020 l of tob. wE. P. 20 l 4. entr. Exequut for & 70 l fees. return 1st march 50 l exeq: next G. B.
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(Wright Lawsuit against JOHN HOLLIS depo of THOMAS BOYS delivered property in dispute to JOHN HOLLIS justified delivery, so not liable)

64) 1643 March 16: William Browne aged 20. yeares & vpward made oath that sometime about this time twelvemonth to the best of his remembrance at John Hollis’s (Hallows?) owne house he this dept heard John Hollis say unto James Cauther these words or to this purpose, James what shall we doe about this beaver of Pursalls?(Pearsall?) to whom the said James answered, to this purpose, what will you doe about it, let marks putt you in the Cort for it; & John Hollis replied saying, I have paid you the beaver, have I not? and the said James answered, yes I have received it & Ile answere it, for (saith he) marks had nothing to doe wth it at that time. Jurat coram me. John Lewge
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65) 1643 March 18: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Hollis demandeth of Capt Tho. Cornwaleys 1 800 l tob; for 9. bb. come due in or about Aprill anno 1640 & damage of non paymt the said Capt Cornwaleys saith that he denied not the paymt of the corne at the time appointed: And the Cort found for the plf 900′ tob. lacts & war 10 Francis van Eynden made affidavit that depoon 10 (iudgm a writt to warne Peter Drap to answere Secr Exeq 5the suit of Geo. Binx was shewed to Peter Drap by Sam: Ireland: and thervpon the Cort admitted George Binx to prove his Sher. wart 10 Exeq: 18 demand, & adiudged for him 260 tob & — 100 l tob for halfe a bb. come. 28
John Hollis appointed to answere or shew his licence for delivering a gonne to an Indian on Satturday next at morn: vpon pill of 500 l tob fine.
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(JOHN HOLLIS to answer or show license for delivering a gun to an Indian)

66) 1643 March 18: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
March 18. William Browne aged 20. yeares & vpward made oath that sometime about this time twelvemonth to the best of his remembrance at John Hollis’s owne house he this dept heard John Hollis say vnto James Cauther these words or to this purpose, James what shall we doe about this beaver of Pursalls? to whom the said James answered, to this purpose, what will you doe about it, let marks putt you in the Cort for it; & John Hollis replied saying, I have paid you the beaver, have I not? and the said James answered, yes I have received it & Ile answere it, for (saith he) marks had nothing to doe wth it at that time. Jurat coram me John Lewger prayeth
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67) 1643 April: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Aprill I Margaret Brent demandeth of George Ludlow of Virginea mrcht 4000 Wt tob, for satisfaction of damage for a bill of exchange to the value of 20 l sterling of the said George Ludlowes to the plf ptested in England this last yeare. attachmt of 33 l beaver & 6501 tob in Jo. Hollis hand, till further order from Court or plaintif
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68) 1643 April 5: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.   Thomas Sterman demandeth of John Hollis 800 l tob due for cask & by account.
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(JOHN HOLLIS and Thomas Sterman)

69) 1643 April 9: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Capt William Blount Esq demandeth of John Hollis 22 l of beaver due for account of goods. warrt to Jo: Hollis to be afore Leiut. Grall to morrow after dinner vpon pill of iudgmt to proceed.
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70) 1643 April 10: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Price demandeth of John Hollis & William Hardige 1400′ tob & cask due by bill
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71) 1643 May: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Wayvill made oath that at some time in Aprill or May 1642. to the best of his depts remembrance, in the pnce of this dept John Hollis bought of William Durford carpr one cow & her encrease (that she had since Will Durford bought her in Virginea,) to be delivered to the said Jo. Hollis in August then following in Elisabeth River in Virginea; for the price of 14 l beaver; & if the calfe died afore the time of the delivery as afore said, then will durford was to bate 2 l beaver out of the said 14 l and that the said William Durford since that time in the hearing of the dept hath acknowledged himself to be paid the said 14 l beaver by the said Jo. Hollis. And that William Durford hath told this dept that he did cause the said cattell to be attached in Virginea, since the said sale
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72) 1643 May 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
May 1. Capt. William Blount Esq p attornat James Neale Esq, demandeth of John Hallowes fourty pounds of beaver due vpon bill.
John Lewger Esq demandeth of John Hallowes, 200. armes length of roanoke due vpon accompt, & satisfaction for pillage taken aboard his catch, & other damage to the hindrance of the voyage by the default of the said John Hollis, to the value of 1000 l tob.
Cecilius &c the hoble the president of the newnetherlands &c Whereas Capt: Tho. Cornwaleys Esq, John Lewgr Esq, Cutbt Ffenwick gent & John Hollis plantr inhabitants of Or Province of Maryland have requested vs to certifle vnto you out of Or Records of Or Court of St Maries certaine iudgements by the said pties respectively recovered in severall actions of debt agst Brian Kelly, Cornelius O’Sulivant, & Baithasar Codd irishmen, fugitives out of Or said Province & now remaining vnder yor govermt as they say: we doe hereby certifie vuto you that the said Tho: Cornwaleys hath recovered agst the said Brian Kelley & his mates 1843l tob and the said John Lewger 488 l tob, and the said Cutbt Ffenwick 1300 l tob. & the said Jo: Hollis 2939 l tob. And that toward the said severall & respective iudgemts by returne appearing vpon record, vpon the sale of the whole estate that was found of or belonging to them the said Irishmen within this province, there was leavied the severall sommes following & no more, viz to the said Capt Tho: Cornwaleys 700 l tob; to the said John Lewger 190 l tob: to the said Cutbert Ffenwick 500 l tob, and to the said John Hollis agst the said Brian Kelly & Cornelius 1115 l tob.
And we do further certifle that the said Thomas Cornwaleys hath recovered by iudgemt of Court agst the said Enam Benam sixteene hundred & thirty pounds of tobacco, & that nothing appeares vpon record satisfied toward it. Given at St Maries vnder Or great seale of Or Province of Maryland this 8th may 1643. witnesse Giles Brent Esq Or Leiutent Grall of Or said Province.
John Hollis demandeth of John Prettiman 500 l tob & cask, due by accompt. attachmt retorn 2d June next.
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(HOLLIS, Ffenwick, Cornwaleys attempt to collect against three Irishmen KELLY, O’Sulivant, and CODD).

73) 1643 May 2: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
copie of a deed desired to be entred by Capt Tho: Cornwaleys Esq.
Eod. Know all men by these pnts that I John Hollowes of St Michaels Hundred in the pvince of Maryland for & in consideraon of 267 l of good & merchantable winter beaver due from me to Capt Thomas Cornwaleys of the Crosse in the foresaid Province, have bargained sould aliened & assigned, and by these pflts doe bargaine sell assigne & sett over vnto the said Thomas Cornwaleys his heires & assignes for ever, foure milch cowes, two steeres and three calves together wth all swine male & female belonging to me the said John Hallowes, with all other my lands goods & chattells whatso ever, to have & to hold vnto the said Thomas Cornwaleys his heires & assignes for ever as his or their proper lands goods & chattells. Alwaies provided that if I the said John Hallowes my heires or assignes shall pay or cause to be paid vnto the said Tho: Cornwaleys or his assignes at or before ffebruary 5 the last of march next ensuing the date thereof the foresaid quantity of beaver conditiond as aforesaid, that then the said Tho: Cornwaleys his heires or assignes shall surrender all his or their right title & interest to the said cattell swine lands goods or chattells vnto the said John Hollowes his heires or assignes for ever; who doth further by these pnts covenant promise & grant to and wth the said Thomas Cornwaleys his heires & assignes, not to dispose or make paymt of any beaver gott or obteined by him or his assignes to any other pson or psons, vntill the said somme of beaver be paid as aforesaid. In witnes wherof I have herevnto sett my hand & scale the second of May 1643. sealed & delivered, & possession of one calfe in leiu of the whole given in the pnce of John Hallowes, John Wavell locus + sigilli Richard Harris.
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(Business Agreement between CAPT THO CORNWALEYS and JOHN HOLLOWES of ST MICHAELS HUNDRED)

74) 1643 May 28: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643
May 28 John Hollis p Jo. Wavill demandeth of James Neale Esq 2200 l tob, for non paymt last yeare of 11. barrells of corne, due by accompt;
May 31. Thomas Cornwaleys Esq demandeth of John Hollis 268 l beaver, and 73. armes length of roanoke, & 11. armes length of peake, due by accot & bill. warrt to warne deft to be at Cort on friday morning 8. clock, vpon paine of iudgmt
June 2 Marks Pheypo Admrator of Tho: Pursall demandeth of John Hollis 2000 l tob. for non paymt of 20 l of beaver due by acct these 2. yeares.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 206  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(THOMAS CORNWALEYS demands payment from JOHN HOLLIS for business arrangement)

75) 1643 June 14: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
1643 June 14. John Price demandeth of William Hardige & John Hollis 1400 l tob & cask due by bill
Jan: 9. warning to Court on friday next curn intimaone iudicij. the said Jo. Hollis acknowledgeth the demand to be due. And the Court found for the plf
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 208  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html

76) 1643 July 10: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Leonard Calvert Esq p attorn Peter Draper demandeth of John Hollis 30 l of beaver due vpon accot warrt to warne to Cort on monday next: on pill
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 209 http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/000001/000004/html/am4–209.html

77) 1643 July 10: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
10 Blanch Oliver widd. & Admratrix of Roger Oliver demandeth of John Hollis, Thomas Boys and George Tailor, 8o. armes length of roanoke, and 1. p of shoes & 1. p stockins & 1. wastcoat, & 1. monmouth cap & 2. fishinglines; wch were in the possession of the said Roger at the time of his death, & came afterward into the possession of the said defendts the said Jo: Hollis denieth vpon oath that any of the said roanoke nor any of the other goods demanded came into his possession saving 1. p shoes he ware till he came home, wch he is ready to deliver; but he saw a quantity of roanoke in a pockett wch he desired George Tailor to take charge of but the certaine quantity he knoweth not Thomas Boys denieth vpon oath that any of the goods demanded came into his possession. the said George Tailor saith vpon oath that all the goods of the said Rogers as came into his hands he delivered vnto the plf without any diminution as he knoweth of, saving 1. peice of line to the quantity of about 2. fathoms.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 209 and 210    http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS and THOMAS BOYS together as defendants)

78) 1643 July 10: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
John Nuttall being demanded of the meanes how Roger Oliver came by his death, saith that he saw no assault made by any one vpon the pson of the said Roger; nor doth know by what meanes he came by his death; but abovt 6. houres or thereabouts as he imagineth after he was slaine, this depont saw the said Roger lying in the hold of the vessell, with onely one wound in his throat, & a gap vpon his chin, wch he supposeth was made wth the knife that wounded him in the throat, & saw a dutch knife lying close by him, bloudy, & broken close by the hand, & more he knoweth not. John Hollis likewise demanded, saith that being vpon the deck, & called by Thomas Boys to helpe Roger Oliver, he leaped downe into the hold, & saw an Indian & the said Roger strugling together, whervpon this dept knocked the Indian on the head wth the barrell of a gonne, & presently after he saw the said Roger fall downe by a wound w± the Indian had given him as he supposeth; & being distracted for some time wth perills of his life in the hold with other Indians as soone as he looked vpon the said Roger he saw him dead, & more he knoweth not of the meanes how he came by his death.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 210  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(ROGER OLIVER’s death by Indian attack in hold of boat. JOHN HOLLIS hit Indian in head with gun, saw Roger fall from wounds. Fought with other Indians still in hold of boat).

79) 1643 Jul 25: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Jul 25. John Hollis demandeth of William Durford 5000 l tob for vsing fraudulent and vnlawfull meanes in Virginea to hinder the plf from enioying the benefitt of a bargaine & sale wth the deft made to the plf in Aprill or May 1642. of one cow wth all her encrease future & 1. cow calfe of 9. months old or thereabouts, and for wch he received valuable consideraon from the plf
John Hollis demandeth of William Durford, beaver due for goods delivered to that value.
September 9th John Wayvill made oath that in may or June p. last John Hollis gave Thomas Boys a note vnder his hand for to take his cattell into his hands & possession wch were vnder exequution at the suit of the said John Hollis; all waies pvided that the said Tho: Boys should pay John Hollis the tobacco then due to him, or give him good security for it; or if the said Boys should dye before the tobacco were paid or security given, then the cattell to remaine vnto John Hollis. Jurat coram me Jo: Lewger.
Eod: John Wayvill made oath that about March last, this dept being appointed by John Hollis to demand of James Neale gent they going vp to St Clements certaine corne, due to the said Jo. Hollis from the said Mr Neale; did demand the same of the said Mr Neale, & he promised that he would be downe againe (innuendo at St Maries) about 10. daies after & he would take a course for the paymt of the corne. Jurat
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 211 and 212    http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(THOMAS BOYS and JOHN HOLLIS cause re a note).

80/81)  1643 Dec 1: Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.
Margarett Brent demandeth of John Hallowes & Ffrancis Gray exequutor of James Cauther, 33 l beaver: 650 l tob & cask, due by bill: & 1000 l tob damage for non pformance. warning to next Court pill iudgmt …

80/81) December 1. John Hilierd complaineth of injury done him by John Hollis late of Virginea carpr deceased in not returning to the plf a bill of 200 l tob cask due from John Thatcher to the plf wch bill the said Jo. Hollis tooke of the plf to sue agst the said Thatcher in Virginea, & assumed to returne the bill to the plf or els the tobacco: but hath done neither; to the damage of the plf 150 l tob beside the said 200. and prayeth remedie vpon any the estate of the said Jo. Hollis within this Province…

80/81)  John Hollis demandeth of Rich. Wright Exequutt of Jo: Robinson carpr; thirteene pound & of beaver & 67. armes length of roanoke; due vpon acct viz sixty two armes dd to an Apamatuck Indian, wch the said Jo: Robinson confessed he received of the Indian; & never yet satisfied any part therof to the plf 12 l of beaver for 6. gg. of hott waters, 1 l beaver more for 2. bottles of waters; & 1/2 l beaver paid for him to Mr Nuttall by his order; and 5. armes of roanoke for an axe wch he received of Will. Broughe to deliver the plf but never yet delivered it. 1350 Vpon the plfs oath to the demand abovesaid the Judge 677 found that he should recover 677 l tob for 67 armes length 2027 of roanoke, and 1 350 l tob for 1 3 l beaver…

80/81) 1643 December 1. John Hollis to the demand of Rich. Wright Exeq: of John Robinson, touching 3 l of beaver for 3 bb. of salt, saith vpon oath, that he contracted wth John Robinson acat for the salt at the price of 5s p bushell: and the demandant accepted of the quantity of 2. bbshel of salt, acknowledged by the defendt the Court found John Hollis to owe vnto Jo: Robinson deceased: 250 l of tob for 2. 1/2 beaver for bbshels of salt: 60 and Jo: Hollis further acknowledged to owe to the deceased 1244 934 l tob for a pcell of neare 6. bbrels of corne; and 2 l of 2027 powder, valued by Cort at 60 l1244 and to the demand of 200k tob for a barrell of come, the said Jo. Hollis saeth vpon oath that he oweth no part of it.
Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 214 and 215  http://aomol.msa.maryland.gov/html/index.html
(JOHN HOLLIS CARPR of Virginia DECEASED in 1643? JOHN HOLLIS still making demands (THIS A 2ND JOHN HOLLIS?)

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82)  1656 Oct 4 or 20: p.65. P of A. 4 Oct 1656. Ann Youll widow to Mr John Hallowes to appear in next Court for her. Signed Ann Youll. Wit: Augustine Hullt Patrick Spence. Rec 20 Oct 1656. VIRGINIA COLONIAL ABSTRACTS: Beverly Fleet: pg 675.   1656 Oct 20: Note: p.65. P of A. 4 Oct 1656.  Anne Youll widow to Mr John Hallowes to appear in next Court for her. Signed Anne Youll. Wit: Augustine Hull, Patrick Spence. Rec 20 Oct 1656.  Source: Fleet, Beverley, Westmoreland County, 1653-1657 Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. County, 1961, 104 pgs.
(Note:  JOHN HALLOWES WIDOW identified as ANN YOULL – Major John Hollowes does not die for another year (1657).  Major John Hallowes’ was born between 1613-1616 – meaning any son he had would not have been born until 1621-25 at the earliest.  BUT, John Hallowes did not arrive in Maryland until 1633, and did not get married until 1639.  Likely 1640 would be the earliest his son – John Hallowes Jr – would have been born.  It is unlikely he would have been married, and produced a widow at the age of 16 – but possible.  More likely is that Ann Youll was John Hallowes the carpenter’s wife)

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83)  Potential fathers of Maj. John Hallowes b. 1613 to 1616:   Several John Hallowes were born between 1608 to 1615 in Rochdale, Lancashire, England.

Edward Hallowes – See:   Baptism: 6 Nov 1608 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Edwardi Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

John Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 29 Jan 1608/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallawes – filius John Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Charles Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 4 Jun 1609 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Samuell Hallawes – filius Charles Hallawes  (since Charles is father of Samuell, he may also be parent of John and the record is missing or damaged beyond ability to read it).  Source: LDS Family Search

Richard Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 14 Apr 1611 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – sonne of Richard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 183
Source: Private Transcription  (Interestingly, Richard Hallowes is recorded as having both a son named John Hallowes and a son named Samuel Hallowes – so he is a strong candidate as well)

Richard Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 12 Mar 1612/3 Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Samuel Hallowes – sonne of Richard Hallowes
Abode: Manchester
Register: Baptisms 1573 – 1616, Page 195
Source: Private Transcription

John Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 19 Jul 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Johis Hallawes
Notes: H iiij d [in margin] [Out of date sequence]
Source: LDS Family Search (Johis was a Latin spelling of John meaning “John, son of John”.  You will see many given names with an “i” at the end of it, or an “is”, or “es” that look like “Jacobi”, and “Henrici”, etc).

Michael Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 27 Mar 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Michaell Hallawes
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

Henry Hallowes – See:  Baptism: 31 Dec 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Henrici Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/

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(Below are all the documents on the http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/ website that may possibly be related to John Hallowes the carpenter b. 1586/87.  They are not confirmed – they are only listed because the name is correct, and they are from the same place that Maj. John Hallowes b. 1612 was born according to actual confirmed records.  If his father was named John, then these are the records that may relate to that father named John Hallowes in Rochdale, Lancashire, England):

84) Baptism: 5 Mar 1586/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes – filius Johis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

85) Baptism: 16 Apr 1587 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Johis Hallowes – filius Johis Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

86) Marriage: 21 Apr 1606 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
[unnamed] –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 249
Source: Original Register

87) Baptism: 8 Feb 1606/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
James Hallawes – filius John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

88) Burial: 21 Dec 1607 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallawes – [Child] of John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

89) Baptism: 29 Jan 1608/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Jonathan Hallawes – filius John Hallawes
Notes: iiij d [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

90) Burial: 23 Apr 1612 St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire, England
Margeria Burges – filia Johis Hallowes & Margeria Burges, Sp.
Cause of Death: Igne cremat.
Source: LDS Film 2356156

91) Baptism: 10 May 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Elsabeth Hinchley – filia Johis Hallawes & Anne Hinchley
Notes: b [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

92) Baptism: 19 Jul 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes – filius Johis Hallawes
Notes: H iiij d [in margin] [Out of date sequence]
Source: LDS Family Search

93) Baptism: 6 Dec 1612 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
Ester Hallawes – filia John Hallawes
Notes: S [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

94) Marriage: 24 Oct 1614 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Anne –
Register: Marriages 1601 – 1617, Entry 643
Source: Original Register

95) Burial: 17 Jun 1615 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
daughter Hallawes – [Child] of John Hallawes
Source: LDS Family Search

96) Burial: 4 Mar 1616/7 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search

97) Burial: 30 Mar 1617 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
ux[or] Hallawes – [Spouse] of John Hallawes
Notes: N [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

98) Burial: 13 Apr 1621 St Peter, Bolton, Lancashire, England
[unnamed] Hallowe – wife John Hallowe
Abode: Boulton
Register: Burials 1573 – 1632, Page 212, Entry 28
Source: Private Transcription

99) Burial: 14 May 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Notes: H [in margin]
Source: LDS Family Search

100) Burial: 17 Sep 1621 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallawes –
Source: LDS Family Search

101) Burial: 22 Feb 1628/9 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

102) Marriage: 28 Aug 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Sara Lorde –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 72
Source: Original Register
(Possible wife of Jonathan Hallowes b. 1603 – son of John Hallowes b. 1565)

103) Burial: 22 Dec 1629 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
uxor Hallowes – [Spouse] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

104) Marriage: 24 Sep 1632 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Judith Wylde –
Register: Marriages 1628 – 1642, Entry 197
Source: Original Register
(Possible wife of Jonathan Hallowes b. 1603 – son of John Hallowes b. 1565 or
Possible wife of John Hallowes b. 1615 – son of Henry Hallowes b. 1585)

105) Burial: 21 Mar 1632/3 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

106) Burial: 31 Dec 1633 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
John Hallowes –
Source: LDS Family Search

107) Burial: 19 Apr 1635 St Chad, Rochdale, Lancashire, England
a childe Hallowes – [Child] of John Hallowes
Source: LDS Family Search

http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/

108) Various John Hallowes entries arriving in Maryland (info found at http://earlysettlers.msa.maryland.gov/ ).

Hallowes, Hollis, John
1:20,26 Film No:
Transported 1633
MSA SC 4341-

Hollowes, John
4:623 Film No:
Transported 1633.
Transcript: AB&H:60
MSA SC 4341-

Hollis, John
1:20 Film No:
Transported 1633
MSA SC 4341-

Hollis, John
2:251 Film No:
Transported 5 servants 1640
MSA SC 4341-

Hollis, John
3:25 Film No:
About 1641 transported himself from Virginia; dead by 1650
Transcript: AB&H:48,197
MSA SC 4341-

Hallowes, John
1:463-4 Film No:
Gent., in Maryland by 1650; 40 years old in 1653
MSA SC 4341-

Hollis, John
5:252 Film No:SR 7347
Transported himself about 1648 & died before 1663
MSA SC 4341-6540

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