James Hook

M, b. circa 1688
FatherThomas Hook b. b 1648
     James was born circa 1688 in Calvert County, Maryland. James married Margaret Madden in 1707 in Queen Anne's Parish Church, Prince George County, Maryland.1 The Administration bond to the estate of James Hooke was signed by Margaret Hook, July 3, 1738. He left no will.2 The inventory of James's estate was taken on Sunday, 26 July 1739. The inventory listing 700 pounds of tobacco, four cows, and heifers, four young cattle, four breeding sows, twenty-six young hogs, two horses, one mare and colt, one bull, two rugs and two pair of blankets, one old chest, two old guns, fourteen barrels of flour, a parcel of carpenters tools, one linen wheel and wooling ditto, one hand mill, spindle and frogg, one parcel of working tools, wearing apparel, feather bed and furniture, pewter utensials, hour glass, marking irons and stilliards, was appraised, July 26, 1739, and signed by James Hook and John Hook as creditors and kin, and by John Magruder as creditor. [Records at Upper Marlboro and Annapolis vary slightly.]

Family

Margaret Madden b. c 1688
Children

Citations

  1. [S2018] Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties.
  2. [S506] Note: WikiTree site courtesy of Randy Musgrove.