Associated Person

Linked to Site(s):

St. Peter's  

Philip Calvert

Occupation: Chancellor of Maryland, Governor, placeman, planter
Born: 1626
Death: 1682
Ethnicity: English
Religion: Roman Catholic
Place of Birth: England
Place of Death: St. Mary's, Maryland
Mother's Name: Joan
Mother's Origin: England
Father's Name: Sir George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore
Father's Origin: England
Estate Value (£ s d): 40.65.00
Slaves:
Servants:
Name of SpouseDate of MarriageMarriage Place
Anne Wolsely 1658England
Jane Sewell 1681St. Mary's, Maryland
TractAcreageReferenceNotes
Unnamed tracts3900 http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc3500/sc3520/000100/000199/html/199bio.html over 3900 acres (500 acres plus in St. Mary's County)
ReferenceTypeDatePersonsNotes
Maryland Prerogative Court Inventories and Accounts Liber 90, Folio 12 ( http://msa.maryland.gov/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2200/sc2221/000003/000013/html/0000.html) InventoryNo date given (probably 1682)  

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