Mary TATTERSHALL was born 1630 in Wiltshire, England, and died 1677 in St Mary's Co., Maryland. She married John JARBOE on Abt. 1648 in Brittons Bay, Maryland, son of JARBOE-JABOT-GERBER-GERBAUT.
Notes for Mary TATTERSHALL: Mary may of been born in or near Odstock, Wiltshire County, England. Odstock is just a few miles from Salisbury [aka Sarum], which is just a few miles from Stone Henge. Odstock is where her brother John Tatterhall lived and died, as proved by his will. William, the brother that accompanied her to Maryland mentions thier Brother John in his will. It's is believed but not proven that John Pyle married a Tattershall. John Pyle apparently was also from Wiltshire County, MD where there are numerous Piles but few Tattershalls mentioned in the Nimrod Marriage & Will indexes. John Pyle must have affection for Wiltshire, for he named his patent Sarum. Another link to the John Pile & Mary Tattershall is her daughter Mary Jarboe's Husband, the famous Maj. William Boarman of St. Mary's County. It may turn out that William was also born in Wiltshire, England perhaps in the small village of Stratford Tony, where there a Boarman links. *** Immigrated in 1648 To Maryland with brother William and was transported to St. Mary's County, Maryland by what we think is her brother or uncle in law John Pyle, Gentleman. *** She was about 18 yrs when she was termed Mrs. Mary Jarboe **** There's a tiny place in Wiltshire called Stratford Tony - not far from Odstock, Wiltshire England. This is where Andrew Boarman was from, father of Maj. William Boarman of SMC who married Mary Jarboe, dau of Lt. Co., John & Mary Tattershall Jarboe Also, John Pile brother in law to John & Mary Jarboe was also from Wiltshire. **** Some of Mary & John Jarboe's neighbors were: Walter Ppeake, Luke Gardiner, John Pile, John Medley, William Thompson, Walter Peake, Edward Cotten, Robert Cole, John Greenwell, Robert Clarke, Thomas Mathews & Francis Van Enden. **** After John's death Mary Tattershall Jarboe m. Stephen Gough and lived in Calvert County, Md. In 1657 we see a second Jarboe entered in the court record - Mary Jarboe. This was Jarboe's wife Mary Tattershall. By her mark ' M ' on file with the court, Mary makes herself visible as another Jarboe in Maryland. Since Mary signs the document with a mark, this would indicate that she is likely literate. Where as on the same record, John Jarboe's name is written by the court clerk as a witness. **** Fox, Henry, Newtowne,St. Mary's Co.,31st Mch., 1656; 26th Jan., 1657. To Mary Stiles, John Greenhill and John Luger, personalty. Wife (unnamed) execx. and residuary legatee. Wife child. (unnamed), estate at age. Wife John Jarbo and Walter Hall, overseers, estate in event of death of child. under age. Test: John Pille, Ed. Berkeley, Luke Barber. 1. 66. **** Note: It is certainly obvious Jarboe was literate in both English and French. Otherwise, it would prove most difficult to serve the positions he earned or was appointed to in the government of Maryland. This is further noticed in the 1701 Will of Stephen Gough. Stephen having been the 2nd husband of Mary Tattershall, leaves Nicholas Guelick all his French and English books. Since Stephen was a native of Wiltshire County, England, and would have no need of French books, one concludes these books were most likely residue from the estate John Jarboe. **** xxxxxxxxxxx I descend from James Gough (d. 1764) of "St Bernards" in Newtown Hundred, and his wife Priscilla Heard. His paternal grandmother was Mary (Tattershall) Jarboe Gough, and one of his maternal great-grandmothers was Ann (Pile) Nevitt Tattershall. Ann Pile was transported in 1637 on the ship Unity as a maidservant of John Lewger, Esq. Her brother was John Pile, gent., (d. 1676) of "Sarum," Charles County. Ann Pile married (1) Sgt Richard Nevitt [alias Knevett], who was transported in 1634 with the Ark and the Dove expedition and who flourished in Maryland 1635-50; and (2) William Tattershall, gent. (d. 1670). William Tattershall's sister Mary married (1) Lt Col John Jarboe (d. 1674); and (2) Mr Stephen Gough (d. 1700). William and Mary Tattershall were transported into the province at the expense of Ann Pile's brother, John Pile, gent. John Pile and Benjamin Gill [acting in partnership] arrived in Maryland with an introductory letter dated 10 Nov 1641 from Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore. Richard Nevitt and Ann Pile were the parents of John Nevitt who was born ca 1641, and who was a godson of Walter Peake's wife Frances. John Nevitt flourished in Newtown Hundred 1652-1715, and was the father of Elizabeth Nevitt who was born ca 1683. This Elizabeth Nevitt married (1) George Medcalfe (d. 1702); (2) Samuel Davis [liv. 1707], and (3) by 1711 to James Gough (d. 1726).
Children of MARY TATTERSHALL and JOHN JARBOE are: i. JOHN6 JARBOE II, b. 1659, St. Marys County, MD; d. May 16, 1705, St. Marys County, MD. ii. MARY JARBOE, b. Abt. 1669, St. Mary's County, Md; d. Bef. December 1739, Calvert County, Md. iii. PETER JARBOE, b. 1671, St. Mary's County, Md; d. Bef. April 07, 1698, St. Mary's County, Md. iv. HENRY JARBOE I, b. April 1672, St. Mary's County, Md; d. Bef. March 18, 1707/08, St. Marys County, MD. Children of MARY TATTERSHALL and STEPHEN GOUGH are:
v. JAMES6 GOUGH I, b. Aft. 1675, St Mary's Co, MD; d. 1725, St. Mary's County, Md. vi. MONICA GOUGH, b. Aft. 1675, Maryland. vii. BENJAMIN GOUGH, SR., b. Abt. 1676, Maryland; d. Bef. June 02, 1736, St Mary's Co., Md. viii. CHARLES GOUGH I, b. Aft. 1676, Maryland; d. Abt. 1697, Maryland. ix. MARY GOUGH, b. 1677, Calvert Co., Md; d. May 15, 1734, St Mary's Co., Md.
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