RILEY, Hugh
(Abt 1653-After 1723)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. PLUMMER, Margaret

2. UNKNOWN, Mary

RILEY, Hugh

  • Born: Abt 1653
  • Marriage (1): PLUMMER, Margaret
  • Marriage (2): UNKNOWN, Mary before 1698
  • Died: After 1723
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Story. [There is some confusion here. There are two Hugh Rileys, one of the son of the other. One is the father-in-law of Thomas Swearingen, and is married to Rebecca, according to some land records. Currently my records show the father-in-law of Thomas Swearingen to be a different person than the one who is married to Rebecca.]

2. Story. 3900 Hugh Riley b ca 1653, age 61 in 1714, 63 in 1716, 66 in 1719 (Md Deponents). He m/2 by 1698 Mary (unknown, d by 1712). Hugh and Mary had daughter Elizabeth (m ca 1706 to William Chapline).

3. Property, 1 May 1688, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 3901 Hugh Riley listed as owner of "Riley's Folly" in Calvert Co, MD.

4. Property, 5 May 1688, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 3902 "Riley's Horse Pasture", 330 acres, granted Hugh Ryley. (Land Records in Calvert Co)

5. Property, 16 May 1689, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 3902 "The Beginning" and "Hugh's Labour", granted Hugh Ryley. (Land Records in Calvert Co)

6. Property, 19 Feb 1694, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 3902 "Ryley's Range", 800 acres, granted Hugh Ryley. (Land Records in Calvert Co)

7. Property, 3 Sep 1694, Calvert County, Maryland, United States. 3902 "Rylys Lott", granted Hugh Ryley. (Land Records in Calvert Co)

8. Story, 1695, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. Formation of Prince George's Co from Calvert and Charles Counties.

9. Property, 25 Aug 1696, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley, carpenter of Prince George's County, sold 50 acres part of "Riley's Folly" and "Hugh's Labor" on east side of Collington Branch to George Coope of Anne Arundel Co. (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

10. Property, 23 Jun 1696, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley, carpenter of Prince George's Co, sold Nathaniel Brothers part of a tract called "The Beginning". (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

11. Appearance in Document, 13 Apr 1698, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 For Hugh Riley, Thomas Addison filed a resurvey of an 800 acre tract called "Major's Lott" on Collington Branch. (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

12. Property, 28 Jun 1698, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley sold 130 acres deducted from "The Beginning" and "Riley's Folly" called "Second Lott" to Solomon Rothery of Anne Arundel Co. Acknowledged by Mary Riley, his wife. (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

13. Property, 28 Jun 1698, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley sold 107 acres called "The First Late" deducted from a tract called "The Beginning", acknowledged by Mary Riley, wife of Hugh. (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

14. Property, 9 Sep 1699, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley, gentleman of Prince George's Co, sold to John Baptistyler 100 acres called "Duchman's Imployment", part of "Riley's Range" in the woods above the head of Collington, and 200 acres called "Widdow's Purchase" to Sarah Rodery from same tract. Acknowledged by Mary Riley, wife of Hugh. (Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

15. Property, 3 Jun 1702, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Riley sold Samuel Brashear a 60 acre tract in Prince George's Co, acknowledged by Mary Riley, wife of Hugh. (Land Records in Prince George's Co)

16. Property, 13 Feb 1703, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3903 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to Richard Isaac, planter, for 75, a 150 acre parcel of land called "Stoney Plaines" part of a tract of land called "Ryley's Range" of 800 acres, bounded by "Darnall's Grove". Royal mines excepted. (Liber C, folio 91)

17. Property, 15 Feb 1703, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3903 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to Richard Isaac, for only 5 a 150 acre part of land called "Newfound Land" in Prince George's Co, bounded by "Darnall's Grove" and the orginal tract of "Good Luck", Royal mines excepted. (Liber C, folio 92)

18. Property, 15 Feb 1703, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3904 Indenture, from Hugh Ryley to Edward Dawson, for 134 a 510 acre tract of land called "Ryley's Discover" (now called "Ware Park") lying in Prince George's Co, bounded by Back Branch and "Ryley's Discovery". (Liber C, folio 76)

19. Property, 15 Feb 1703, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3904 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, carpenter, of Prince George's Co, to Thomas Ricketts of Anne Arundel County, for 266 a 380 acre tract of land being part of the 1000 acres of "Ryley's Discovery", bounded by "Major's Lott" and Back Branch. (Liber C, folio 77)

20. Property, 15 Feb 1703, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3905 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, carpenter, to Thomas Ricketts, planter, for 266 a tract of 380 acres of land part of "Ryley's Discovery", adjoining "Major's Lott", "Something", and Back Branch. (Liber C, folio 90)

21. Property, 10 Jan 1704, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3697 Indenture from Charles Hyatt, cooper, to Hugh Ryley, carpenter, for 30 a tract of 50 acres called "The Beginning", bounded by "Scott's Lott", Thomas Hollyday's land called "The Upper Getting" and Collington Branch, located on the west side of the Patuxent River, between the river and Collington Branch. Witnessed by Thomas Swaringen. (Liber C, folio 131a)

22. Property, 11 Aug 1710, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3906 From William Hutcherson and Sarah his wife to Hugh Ryley. Hutcherson sold 300 acres of "Scott's Lott" for 340 acres of "Ryley's Discovery" formerly in Calvert now in Prince George's Co, boundary being proved by oath of Ninian Beale and James Moore. (Liber F, folio 19)

23. Property, 28 Aug 1710, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3907 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, and Mary his wife, to William Hutcherson. For 300 acres of land called "Scott's Lott" Hugh Ryley sold 340 acres of "Ryley's Discovery" in Prince George's County, bounded by Edward Davidson's part of said tract, land of Major Sewall and Thomas Ricketts. (Liber F, folio 18)

24. Property, 9 Sep 1710, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3908 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to John Newman, tailor, for 25 15s a 103 acre plantation where Charles Hyatt did live and some adjoining land, beginning at Charles Hyatt's old spring. (Liber F, folio 34)

25. Property, 28 Nov 1710, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3906 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to Peregrine Brown, merchant of London. For 24 14s 1p 3f Ryley sells 300 acres of a tract called "Scott's Lott" in Prince George's Co formerly in Calvert Co now in Prince George's Co, lying to one of the dividing branches of Patuxent called Collington, bounded by James Moore. (Liber F, folio 22)

26. Property, Cir 11 Mar 1711, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3909 Indenture, enrolled 14 Oct 1719, from Hugh Riley, planter of Prince George's Co, to James Carroll of Anne Arundel Co, for 60 paid by James Carroll, Hugh Riley sold a tract in Prince George's County called "Riley's Horse Pasture" originally laid out for Riley 5 May 1688 for 330 acres, patent dated 3 Mar 1712, patent mislaid, this indenture to clear title for Carroll. (Liber F, folio 237/824)

27. Property, 8 May 1712, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3902 Hugh Ryley, gentleman of Prince George's Co, sold 103 acres of land called "Rose Purchase" taken from "Scott's Lott", no acknowledgement by wife.
(Land Records in Calvert and Prince George's Counties)

28. Property, 1 Jul 1712, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3910 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to Richard Rose, for 50 a 103 acre parcel of land called "Rose Purchase" taken [from] a tract of land called "Scott's Lott" in Prince George's County, bounded by land of Thomas Holliday called "Upper Guitting" and the "Seaman's Delight" owned by Thomas Plummer. Witnessed by William Chaplin, Eliphaz Ryley. (Liber F, folio 187)

29. Property, 15 Oct 1712, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3911 Deed of Gift from Hugh Ryley of Prince George's County to Samuel Brashear, carpenter of Prince George's Co, for building a mill Hugh Ryley gives to Brashear the land whereon the mill and dam now stand on the westernmost side of Collington Branch containing 2 or 3 acres. (Liber F, folio 232)

30. Property, 20 Dec 1712, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3912 Indenture from Hugh Ryley to Samuel Farmer, for 40 a 100 acre parcel of land called "Ryley's Range" the whole containing 800 acres. (Liber F, folio 219)

31. Property, 10 Jul 1714, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3913 Indenture from Hugh Riley, planter of Prince George's County, to James Haddock of Prince George Co, gentleman, for 133 4s a tract of land being part of several parcels of land belonging to Hugh Riley of 444 acres called "Weston" now in the actual possession of James Haddock. (Liber F, folio 380, 383)

32. Property, Cir 1715, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3914 Deed of Gift, undated (ca 1715/6). From Hugh Ryley to Elizabeth Ryley, wife of William Chapplin of Prince George's Co, 139 of the 259 acres of "Ryley's Gift", bounded by land of Thomas Swearington. Witnessed by Thomas Swearingen. (Prince George's Land Records, Liber F, Folio 579)

33. Property, 8 Oct 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3713 Whereas this day I Richard Rose of Prince George's County planter have received full satisfaction for all the within mentioned deeds and do from this day forward clear acquit discharge and forever release the said Hugh Riley ... (Liber F, folio 556)

34. Property, 8 Oct 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3713 Indenture, from Hugh Riley of Prince George's Co, gentleman, to Richard Rose, planter, for 15 10s a quit claim deed to "Rose's Purchase" part of a tract called "Scott's Lot" in Prince George's County, bounded by "Upper Guileing" owned by Thomas Hollyday and Thomas Plummer's land called "Seaman's Delight", containing 106 acres. Rebecca Riley, wife of Hugh, acknowledged the deed. (Liber F, folio 556)

35. Property, 8 Oct 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3713 Whereas I George Coape of Prince George's County planter have received full satisfaction for all the within mentioned deed ... I release Hugh Riley ... (Liber F, folio 559)

36. Property, 8 Oct 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3713 Indenture from Hugh Riley, planter of Prince George's County, to George Cope, planter. For 2500 pounds of tobacco a parcel of land called "Cope's Hill" laid out of two tracts of [land] called "Hugh's Labour" and "Riley's Folly", bounded by "Brook Hall", now containing 40 acres. (Liber F, folio 559)

37. Property, 8 Oct 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3915 Indenture from Hugh Riley, Sr, planter of Prince George's Co, to John Prather, Jr, and Thomas Prather, sons of Jonathan Prather, Sr, for 22 a parcel of land called "Poplar Thicket" on the Eastern Branch of the Potomac lying on the north end of "Friendship", containing 100 acres. (Liber F, folio 566)

38. Property, 17 Nov 1716, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3738 Deed of gift from Hugh Riley, planter of Prince George's Co, to Leady Riley, his daughter, and wife of Thomas Swearingen, a parcel of land called "Riley's Gift" laid out for 120 acres from a larger parcel called "Hill's Choice" left to Leady Swearingen and her heirs. If Thomas Swearington should outlive her, he is to have lifetime tenure. Witnessed by Samuel Swearingen. (Liber F, folio 571)

39. Property, 6 Mar 1717, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3916 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, planter of Pringe George's Co, to Jacob Henderson, clerk, for 15 a tract of land called "Ryley's Hazard" in Prince George's County, bounded by "[unknown] Chance". Acknowleged by Rebecca Ryley, wife of Hugh. (Liber F, folio 36/563)

40. Property, 26 Mar 1717, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3917 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's Co, to Richard Clarke, planter of Prince George's Co, for 25 a parcel of land called "Hogg Yard", bounded by "Forest" belonging to Sweringen, 100 acres of land called "Clarke's Forest". Rebecca Ryley, wife of Hugh acknowledged deed. (Liber F, folio 594)

41. Property, 3 Mar 1718, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3918 Indenture from Hugh Riley, planter of Prince George's Co, to John Riddle, for 20 a parcel of land called "Green Spring" of 110 acres, on Long Branch of the Eastern Branch of the Potomac. Acknowledged by Rebecca Riley, wife of Hugh. (Liber F, folio 214/801)

42. Property, 23 Jun 1719, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3909 Indenture from Hugh Riley, carpenter of Prince George's Co, to Edward Willett, for 3,240 pounds of tobacco a parcel of land called "Riley's Plains" in Prince George's County on the head of Eastern Branch of the Potomac, bounded by "Walker's Pasture" now in possession of Cuthbert Anderson, containing 172 acres. Acknowledged by Rebecca Riley, wife of Hugh. (Liber F, folio 235/822)

43. Property, 26 Mar 1723, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3919 Hugh Reily conveyed to Charles Carroll of Annapolis, 3 tracts of land; one being part of "The Hoggyard" of 457 acres; another "The Gleaning" of ca 72 acres; the third called "Beaverdam Neck" of 130 acres; by separate agreement should Rebecca Reily, wife of Hugh, survive her husband she should be "baned" of her right of dower (Liber M, p180)

44. Property, 24 May 1723, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3717,3914 Deed of Gift, enrolled 24 May 1723, from Hugh Ryley to William Chapline, son-in-law, planter of Prince George's Co, 135 acre portion of "The Forrest" of 259 acres, bounded by Thomas Sweringen, acknowledged by wife Rebeccah Ryley ["Early Families of Southern Maryland" says acknowleged by wife Rachel]. (Prince George's Co land Records, Liber I, folio 438)

45. Property, 24 May 1723, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3717 Deed of Gift, enrolled 24 May 1723, from Hugh Ryley to Thomas Sweringen, son-in-law, planter of Prince George's County, a tract of land in Prince George's Co being part of a tract called "The Forrest", bounded by a tract called "Hil?? Choice", containing 120 acres, called "Ryley's Gift". Acknowledged by Rebecca Ryley, wife of Hugh. (liber I, folio 440)

46. Property, 31 Aug 1723, Prince Georges County, Maryland, United States. 3920 Indenture from Hugh Ryley, planter of Prince George's County, to John Falconar, merchant of City of London, for 57/19/6 a tract of land being part of "Hogyard" in Prince George's County on a branch of the Western Branch on the Patuxent River, containing 280 acres. Acknowledged by Rebecca Ryley, wife of Hugh. (Liber I, folio 499)


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Hugh married Margaret PLUMMER, daughter of Thomas PLUMMER and Elizabeth STOCKETT. (Margaret PLUMMER was born about 1670 and died before 1696.)


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Hugh next married Mary UNKNOWN before 1698. (Mary UNKNOWN died before 1712.)




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