This is the only record found to date of Andrew Job Jr. in Cecil County, Maryland.
"Note that there is an abbreviation after Browne's and Beeson's names - Con - which stands for "condition". This record has to do with the issue of whether they lived in Pennsylvania or Maryland. In 1732 the Governor of Maryland and William Penn's sons drew a line in between the two "states". The issue wasn't permanently resolved until the Mason-Dixon line was drawn about 1765."
Cecil County Court Records, Book 2, page 306
Att ye request of Mr Roger Larramore was thus Recorded Vizt. Friends Roger Lawrimore & Francis Marulding as to thy question to us whither wee would pay our Coty Leavy or no we cannot wth honor or safty answer directly but do abide by that agreemt made betwixt William Browne & Edward Beeson, ye Con wch was that if upon ye runing of ye line wee should Fall to belong to your Coty that then wee would pay all ye levies that shall apeare against us conditional that wee should be paid for ye Wolves heads killed in ye same time
Which is all att present from thy Friends Andrew Job. Willm Browne
Signed by Ordr , ye behalfe of ye Inhabitants of ye said place
Nottingham ye 30th of 8th 1714
1½ Recorded Feby ye 28th 1714 Jno. Dowdall Clk