Votes and Proceedings of the Senate

Page 109  MSA SC M 3188 Wednesday, February 4, 1818: The clerk of the house of delegates delivers the following bills:..., An act for the relief of the heirs of Lawrence O'Neal;

Page 110  Wednesday, February 4, 1818:  The clerk of the house of delegates delivers the following bills....., An act to authorize and empower Solomon Davis, administrator of John Oneal, to sell certain real estate of the deceased; ....

Wednesday, February 11, 1818:  The bill, entitled, An act for the relief of Lawrence Oneal, was read the second, and by special order the third time, and will not pass.
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Page 119 Saturday, February 14, 1818:  Ordered to be engrossed--the bill, entitled, An act for the relief of Lawrence Oneal of Montgomery County, ....

Saturday, February 14, 1818 5:00 PM:  An act for the relief of the heirs of Lawrence Oneal of Montgomery county, were se-erally --- the second, and by special order the third time, passed, and sent to the house of delegates by the clerk.

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Archives of Maryland Volume 402, Page 120

An act for the relief of the heirs of Lawrence O'Neal, late of Montgomery county.

Passed March 2, 1826.

 

SEC. 1.  Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That John Scott, Lemox Martin, William Reid, Samuel Thomas,and John Hoye, of Allegany county, or a majority of them heretofore appointed, by the county court of the county aforesaid, to make partition and allotment among the representatives of Lawrence O'Neal, late of Montgomery county, deceased, of the real estate, lying and being in Allegany county, to them descending from the said deceased, shall be and they are hereby authorised, agreeably to the division of the same, into four shares, made on the eleventh day of December, eighteen hundred and twenty-three, by the said Lemox Martin, William Reid
and Samuel Thomas, to allot the same, as they might lawfully have done under the laws regulating descents, as if John O'Neal, and Henry O'Neal, children and heirs at law of the
said Lawrence O'Neal were living at the time of such partition and allotment, that is to say, one share to Elenor Jameson, of Montgomery county, one share to Mary Ann O'Neal, of the said county, one share to the heirs of John O'Neal, and one share to the heirs of Henry O'Neal

2.  And be it enacted, That after having made such allotment the commissioners aforesaid, or a majority of them shall return their proceedings to the next county court, that shall happen thereafter to be ratified or rejected, as justice may dictate, and if
ratified, the partition so made shall be recorded and remain and be binding upon all the parties and upon all persons claiming under them respectively.

 

3.  And be it enacted, That the said shares respectively shall be liable in the first place for the payment to those to whom the others shall be as aforesaid, allotted of such sums as by the return of the commissioners aforesaid shall appear necessary to equalize the value of the said shares, and that the shares which may be allotted to the heirs or representatives of Henry O'Neal and John O'Neal shall enure to them, subject to the same liabilities
and right as if this partition and allotment had been made and ratified in the lifetime of the said John O'Neal and Henry O'Neal respectively
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CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers)
1837/02/10 12299:
Robert Wallace, Jesse Leach, and John J. Harding
vs.
Susanna Henrietta Peter,
Mary Ann O'Neale,
John Eliza O'Neale,
Jell Cutts, Eleanor Cutts,
Robert Greenough, and Mary Rosetta Greenough.
AL. Estate of John O'Neal -
Irons Mistake,
Irons Mistake Amended,
Rich Bottom,
Sugar Bottom,
Yankee Hall,
Yankee Run,
Big Spring,
Prospect,
Potomac Bottom,
Great Sugar Camp,
Maryland Right,
White Oak Plains,
Fertile Meadows,
Little Expected,
Timber Ridge,
Gleanings,
Other Yankees.
Accession No: 17,898-12299. MSA S512-12106  1/39/4/
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