4. JAMES2 CARRICOE (PETER(I)1) was born September 28, 1763 in prob France. He married CATHERINE ?.
Notes for JAMES CARRICOE:
Barnes, "Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin,",Vol 33 fall 1992
Carrico, James age 70, 28 Sep 1763, stated his father was Peter
Carricoe, Charles County Land Records p#3,59:614. Annual rent is 700
lbs tobacco. James Carrico shall not, without special leave of Pulton,
fell or dispose of any timber on sd land other than for the use of sd
plantation, that is to say for necessary fencing and for building and
repairs or casking for tobacco or cider or other drink made on sd
lands, provided that Pulton may cut and carry away any timber for his
own use for building. If the lands are, at the end of this lease,
exposed again to be leased as copy held (copyholder) land, then sd
James Carrico shall have the refusal thereof, provided he shall be
content to pay so much for the same as any persons shall be willing to
give. Further, sd James Carricoe shall not let any part of the lands
to anyone without consent of Pulton. If Carricoe wants to sell his
interest in the land, pulton shall have the refusal thereof. Lastly,
sd James Carricoe shall give his attendance and due homage to Pulton
if any disturbance should arise on sd lands or with tenants upon sd
lands. Signed Thos. Pulton, James (I his mark) Carricoe. Wit.
Gustavus Brown & Robt. Yates. ____, Charles County, MD Court Records
1774-1778 An Every Name Index. Record Book X No 3 1774-1778.
Microfilm #CR 34,669 for x #4 pages 1-101 & file 34,570 for the rest
of X #3. March Ct 1775 pages 1-209; August Ct. 1775 p. 335-404;
November Ct 1775 p.437-485; March Ct 1776 p. 510-521; November Ct 1776
p. 522-551; March Ct. 1777 p. 554-563; August Ct 1777 p. 566-579 &
581-601; November Ct. 1777 p. 580 & 604-612; March ct. 1778 p. 615-686
of which free males over 18 p. 630-640, people who took an oath of
allegiance p. 641-651; August ct. 1778 p. 691-767 (PO Box 403369,
Miami Beach FL 33140-1369: T.L.C. Genealogy 800-959-8558, 1995),\\
p.639 free males over 18 years.
Notes for CATHERINE ?:
Lease 02 Feb 1742 Charles Co., MD, ____, Charles Co., MD Land, p
116:p435: Recorded March 24, 1741/2. Mar 29 1742 from Thomas Pulton
of CC, Gentleman, to James Carricoe of CC planter, for divers good
causes, the lease of a parcel of land in CC bounded by the line of Mr.
Pranham's land, the line of Mr. John Pigion's containing about 104 a.
To have and to hold to sd James Carricoe, Catherine Carricoe, his
wife, and Sarah Carricoe, his daughter.