Notes and References
1. Miriam Dexter, "The Whips Bible Records (transcribed)," Maryland Genealogical
Society Bulletin Vol. 17 (Summer 1976): pp. 165: transcribed from The Holy bible containing the Old and New Testaments, together with
the Apocrypha translated out of the original tongues, Philadelphia, 1816 in possession of Loren Whips family of Goodland, KS. This portion
of the Bible record is followed by the following: "Names and ages of our ancestors transcribed from an old family Bible which has belonged
to the family for many years. Transcribed by me this 1st day January 1842. Signed: John Whips." (hereafter cited as Md Gen Soc Bulletin,
Whips Bible Record).
2. J. Baldwin and R.B. Henry, The Maryland Calendar of Wills (1914) Volume IV, wills
1713-1720; Whipps, John, Calvert Co, dtd 10 Dec 1716, prob. 26 Dec 1716 (hereafter cited as Baldwin & Henry, Maryland Calendar of
3. IGI , Family History Library Elizabeth Metalfe christened 23 Apr 1676, Askrigg,
Yorkshire, England, daughter of John Metcalfe. A William Mecalfe, son of Joh., was christened 17 Dec 1676 and Jane Metcalf, daughter of
Joh., was christened 23 Nov 1678. Of those christenings from 1674 (the start of these records) these were the only Elizabeth, William and
Jane with the same father's name in Askrigg. (hereafter cited as IGI, Family History Library).
4. Baldwin & Henry, Maryland Calendar of Wills, volume 6, wills 1726-1732, Elizabeth
Whips, dtd 11 Nov 1729, prob. 5 Dec 1729.
5. Md Gen Soc Bulletin, Whips Bible Record.
6. Baldwin & Henry, Maryland Calendar of Wills, Evans, Edmund of Anne Arundel; dtd
31 Jan 1735/36, prob. 28 Jun 1736.
7. Lewis and Lois also had Sarah Evans who married Samuel Griffith in 1702, and Katherine
Evans who married William Thornboy
8. Md Gen Soc Bulletin, Whips Bible Record.
9. She may have died 18 Apr 1711, as such a Jane Jones is buried in St. James Parish.
10. Baldwin & Henry, Maryland Calendar of Wills, vol. 4, Jones, Morgan of Anne
Arundel; dtd 18 Feb 1717/18, prob. (no date); named children Morgan, John, Jane and Blanch; depositions from John Standforth and William
Jones, eldest son.; and Robert Barnes, Colonial Families of Anne Arundel County, Maryland (1996, Family Line Publications,
Westminster, MD) p. 157 (hereafter cited as Barnes, Robt, Colonial Anne Arundel). He is buried in St. James Parish.
11. Donald L. Wilson, "The Bussey (Busey) Families of Maryland part 2: Descendants of
Paul Busey," Prince George's County Genealogical Society Bulletin vol. 11 and 12 (May 1980, Oct 1980, Apr 1981): pp 97-100; pp.
18-21; pp. 74-77 (hereafter cited as Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family).
12. Barnes, Robt, Colonial Anne Arundel, page 158.
13. Ibid., p. 158.
14. Ibid., pg. 158.
15. Ibid., pg 158.
16. Ibid., p. 158.
17. Ibid., pg. 158.
18. Ibid., p. 158.
19. Ibid., p. 158.
20. Ibid., pg. 158.
21. Ibid., pg. 158.
22. Ibid., pg. 158.
23. Ibid., pg. 158.
24. Ibid., p. 158.
25. Ibid., p. 158.
26. Ibid., p. 158.
27. His will was dated 24 Sept 1718 and probated on 1 November 1718.
28. Jos. H. Smith & Philip A., Croul., American Legal Records vol. 6: Court Records of
Prince George's Co, Md 1696-1699 (1964), pp. 10-11 (hereafter cited as Smith & Croul, PG Co MD Court Records).
29. Eva Murrell Harmison and Emma M. Rouse, "Ancestry and Descendants of Mathew Busey of
Maryland, North Carolina and Kentucky," Bulletin of the Detroit Society for Genealogical Research vol. 21 (Fall 1957, Winter 1957,
Spring 1958, Summer 1958): pp. 5-11, 55-62, 109-115, 153-160 (hereafter cited as Harmison & Rouse, Mathew Busey Desc).
30. Smith & Croul, PG Co MD Court Records, pp. 344, 359.
31. Ibid., p. 417.
32. Ibid., p. 458.
33. Ibid., p. 496.
34. Land Office Patents, MSA #54: Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD, (hereafter
cited as Land Office Patents).
35. Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family.
36. Land Office Patents.
37. Note that Isaac Cecell was a son of Joshua Cecill and his first wife.
38. Per Richard D. Prall, Ralph Crabb died 1734; his wife was Priscilla Sprigg, daughter
of Col.Thomas Sprigg. He knows of no blood connection to the Busey family
39. His will was dated 29 May and probated 23 June 1731.
40. Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family.
42. Per the baptismal record.
43. Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family.
46. "Colonial Militia 1740, 1748," Maryland Historical Magazine vol VI (March
1911 #1): Prince George's County, MD, p. 56 (hereafter cited as Maryland Hist Mag, Colonial Militia).
47. Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family.
49. Maryland Hist Mag, Colonial Militia.
50. Miss Effie L. Henry was #85178 in the Daughters of the American Revolution based upon
her descent from both Joshua and his son John. Her application was submitted in 1920.
51. This marriage occurred between 25 Jun 1746, when an account was entered in the Edward
Jones estate naming Elianor Jones as his administrix, and 27 Aug 1747. when Joshua Busey executed the guardian bond for the orphans of
52. PG County MD Guardian Bonds MdHR 9807-1 p. 159
53. Maryland Hist Mag, Colonial Militia.
54. G. M. Brunbaugh., Revolutionary Records of Maryland (1924), p. 7 (hereafter
cited as Brumbaugh, Revolutionary Recs of MD).
55. Wilson, Donald L., Busey Family.
57. Md Gen Soc Bulletin, Whips Bible Record.
60. Name and birth per Bob Felts.
61. Name, birth and spouse per Bob Felts.
62. Md Gen Soc Bulletin, Whips Bible Record.
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