29. Daniel3 Busey (Charles2, Paul1, ElizabethA ?) was born ca 1710. He died bef 1790:.
In 1733, he was a taxable in Mount Calvert Hundred, Prince George's County, next door to John Williams, his stepfather. In Aug 1745, he witnessed the will of his aunt Sarah Busey, using a "B" for his mark. It is not known whether he had any children; however circumstantial evidence suggests the Anne Arundel Buseys are of his line.(81) Some of the Anne Arundel Buseys may be descendants of Charles or Paul Busey, brothers of Daniel, however. More research is needed in Anne Arundel County.
I suspect that the three siblings Griffith, Luranah and Dinah Busey are children of this Daniel. A connection to the other possible siblings, however, has not yet been made. Use this list cautiously.
Daniel Busey had the following children:
+ 60 i. Leweanea or Luranah4 Busey was born ca 1738.
+ 61 ii. Charles Busey was born ca 1740.
62 iii. Daniel Busey. He acted as administrator for the estate of his brother Charles in 1799 in Anne Arundel County.(82)
+ 63 iv. Dianah Busey was born ca 1745.
+ 64 v. Paul Busey was born ca 1750.
65 vi. Griffith Busey was born bef 1751. He died ca Dec 1772: in Kingston Parish, Surry Co, Jamaica, at approximately 21 years of age. His will dated 8 Aug 1772, named his sisters Dianah Bucey and Lewianea Bucey, wife of Nehemiah Viers, all of Rock Creek, Frederick Co, Maryland. He left them the residue of his estate after a bequest to his housekeeper in Jamaica, Elizabeth Atkinson. His executors were James Brewster, gentleman, and Robert Stephenson, carpenter, of Kingston. The will was witnessed by Wm Hill Junr, Richd Weston and John Robertson. Wm Hill Junior submitted the will to probate 14 January 1773 (as recorded at liber 41, folio 27).(83). His will indicated he was possessed of "two several messuases or tenements" in Rum Lane in the Parish of Kingston.
The inventory of his estate included one old chest with sundry carpenters tools, a few other personal items, and L120 in sundry outstanding debts (as recorded at libert 53 folio 171, 13 July 1773).
66 vii. Samuel Busey was born bef 1760. A Samuel Bucey is found in the 1790 Federal census of Anne Arundel Co, MD, with 3 males under 16 and one female. (original schedule, top of page 348; the last 7 names on page 347 were destroyed)
He may be the Samuel Busey who married Catharine Carr by license dtd 11 Feb 1793 in Anne Arundel Co.
He may be the Samuel Busey in Anne Arundel Co in 1800 (page 74) with 1 male 16-26, 2 males 26-45; 1 female 16-26, 1 female 26-45.
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