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Descendants of Mareen DUVALL "The Immigrant"

Caution:  Some of the information presented in this file was obtained from census records and has not been verified.  If you have information about anyone in this file please contact Sandra by email.

First Generation

1. Mareen DUVALL "The Immigrant" was born about 1625 in England. He died on 5 Aug 1694 in Ann Arundel, MD.

Mareen Duvall was born about 1625, in the Kingdom of France and settled on the south side of the South River in Anne Arundel County, Province of Maryland circa 1655. The first tract of land patented to him in 1659 by Lord Baltimore was called "Laval," the name of an ancient town, the capital of the present Department of Mayenne in France. He was a planter and merchant, and a public spirited citizen of the Province until his death in 1694. He resided at the time of his death at his estate, Middle Plantation, located on South River, and patented to him in 1664 by the Lord Proprietary. His public service consisted in part, with leadership in the Jacobite Party, and the Provincial Archives show his appointment to the Provincial Commission in 1683 by the Proprietary and Assembly, to lay out town sites and ports of entry for the encouragement of trade. He was the patentee of numerous tracts of land, and the purchaser of many others containing several thousand acres, as evidenced by the Public Land Records and his Will dated, and probated in August, 1694. http://www.duvallsociety.org/notables.html

Mareen Duvall emigrated before 1664 to Anne Arundel Co., MD. He had an estate probated on 14 Feb 1694/95 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He signed a will on 2 Aug 1694 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He died on 5 Aug 1694 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He had an estate probated on 13 Aug 1694 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He had an estate probated on 18 Sep 1694 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He had an estate probated on 29 Aug 1695 in Anne Arundel Co., MD. He was. He Estate Administ.

Archives of Maryland, Volume 0020, Page 0598 - Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1693-1697
Duvall, John, 404.
Duvall, Marreen, 403, 404.
Fowler, Joseph, 206.
Fowler, Peter, 423.

Mareen married (1) Mary. Mary died about 1680.

They had the following children:

+ 2 M i Mareen DUVALL "The Elder"
  3 M ii Samuel DUVALL was born about 1667. He died in 1741.

He signed a will on 11 Jan 1741 in Prince Georges Co., MD. He had an estate probated on 24 Mar 1741 in Prince Georges Co., MD

+33 i. Elizabeth DUVALL.
+34 ii. Susannah DUVALL.
35 iii. Ruth DUVALL was born on 31 Jul 1703.
+36 iv. Esther DUVALL.
+37 v. Sarah DUVALL.
+38 vi. Lucy DUVALL.
+39 vii. Rachel DUVALL.
        Samuel married Elizabeth IJAMS daughter of William IJAMS and Elizabeth CHENEY on 18 Jun 1697 in All Hallows Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD.

Mareen married (2) Susannah BRASHEARS. Susannah was born after 1647. She died about 1692.

(daughter of Benois (Benjamin) BRASHEARS/BRASSEUR and Mary) about 1680. Susannah BRASHEARS was born after 1647. She died about 1692. Mareen DUVALL "the Emigrant" and Susannah BRASHEARS had the following children:

Mareen and Susannah had the following children:

+ 4 M iii Mareen DUVALL "The Younger"
  5 F iv Susannah DUVALL.

Archives of Maryland, Volume 0426, Page 0845 - A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
... Beale, of Lawson (ca. 1674- 1751). NATURAL HALF BROTHER: Peter, alias John Mounten. SISTER: Elizabeth. MARRIED first, by 1694, Susannah, daughter of Mareen Duvall (?- 1694) and wife Susannah. Her brothers were Ben- jamin, who married Sophia Griffith; Mareen (ca. 1680-?), who married Elizabeth Jacob ...
+ 6 M v Benjamin DUVALL

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