Humphrey Warren

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Humphrey Warren Immigrant Ancestor see FAMILY TREE
Born: 07/Jun/1632 Poynton, England

 

   
Married: Abt 1645

 

   
Died: 27/Mar/1671 Port Tobacco, Charles Co., MD    

FATHER

Edward Warren

MOTHER

Margaret Arderne

WIFE

Elinor (possibly) Smoot

CHILDREN

1. Humphrey Warren b. 1652

2. Margaret Warren

3. Mary Warren

4. Thomas Warren b. Abt 1655

Source "Warren - an English Family"  The Maddox Family

Humphrey Warren Sr. referred to himself as "merchant of London" until Oct 12, 1662, when he applied for 1000 acres of land and immigrated to Maryland. In 1664, Humphrey Warren "of Wicomico River" was named in three wills in St. Mary's and Charles Counties, MD. He or his son settled in Charles County sometime prior to December 23, 1672, when he was made Commissioner of Charles Co. In June of 1676, the province awarded him 525 pounds for his part in investigating an Indian uprising. In 1683, with the title of Captain, he was one of the commission established to select and purchase town lands and sites for surveying and laying out port towns. The death of Humphrey Warren Sr. a delegate to the MD Assembly, was reported in the Legislature's minutes.
 


The Warren home at Wicomico, the oldest settlement in Charles County MD, was called "Hatton's Point." It was located on the west side of the Wicomico River across from "Notley Hall," home of Thomas Notley, seventh Maryland Governor and immigrant with Samuel Maddox of Wales. Prior to Humphrey Warren's death, he conveyed "Frailty" to Josias Fendall in trust for his wife Elinor Warren and his youngest son, Thomas Warren. 

His estate was administered and committed to Thomas Howell who married his widow.

Charles County Gentry, p. 288
"9 May 1673. Came Thomas HOWELL who married Ellinor the Relict o HUMPHREY WARREN late of Hatton's Point in Charles County intestate deceased and in right of his said wife demanded lettters of administration upon the estate of the deceased... who was (represented) by Capt. William WHEATLEY the Attorney of William BARRET of London Merchant that no administration had been made... Thomas HOWELL of your County Planter who married Ellinor the relict of Humphrey Warren Sr late of Hatton's Point in Charles County deceased hat in right of his said Wife and prayed lettters of administration upon the estate... authorize you to take ond of Thomas Howell in the amount of 10,000 pounds of tobacco with James WALKER and ____ TOMPKINSON his sureties..."