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  • Name Henry SEWALL 
    Title Dr. 
    Gender Male 
    AFN 9FX5-V8 
    Name Henry SEWELL 
    Will 25 Apr 1664 
    Will 25 Apr 1664 
    Probate 17 Apr 1665 
    Notes 

    • (1) Johnson, Christopher, "Sewall Family," in Maryland Marriages and Genealogies, 1634-1820, Maryland Genealogies, Vol. 2, pp. 319-320, © The Generations Network, February 26, 2009:

      HENRY SEWALL . . . was a minor and an apprentice in 1642, the date of his brother Richard's will. In 1652, then residing at Colley, Co. Warwick, he petitions the Committee for Compounding in regard to an estate in Corley, belonging to him, worth ??30 a year which had been sequestered in 1644 for the delinquency of his elder brother Richard, now deceased. Richard however came in "upon Truro articles " with his horses, arms and "surgeons tools," and served in General Cromwell's regiment as a surgeon, finally dying in the service (Calendar of Committee for Compounding, 2965). In 1661 Henry Sewall removed with his family to Maryland. A warrant for 2000 acres was issued, 12 Sept. 1661, to Henry Sewall of London, Esq. (Land Office, Lit. [Lib. ?] 4, fol. 615), and, 10 April, 1663, he entered rights for himself, his wife Jane, his children Nicholas, Elizabeth, and Anne, and three servants, and received a warrant for 300 acres (ibid. Lib. 5, fol. 251). 20 August 1661, "Henry Sewall formerly of London, England, but now of Calvert County, Maryland" was Commissioned Councillor, Secretary, and Judge of the probate of Wills for the Province (Md. Archives iii, 439), and he held these offices until his death. In his will, dated 25 April 1664, he states that he intends to sail for England during the current year, and at a Council Meeting held 6 Sept. 1664, "Henry Sewall Esq. being called was returned absent in England" (Md. Archives i, 509). His will was proved 17 April 1665. He married, in England, Jane, daughter of Vincent Lowe of Denby in Derbyshire, and sister of Col. Vincent Lowe, Member of Council and Surveyor General of Maryland. She married secondly, in 1666, Charles Calvert then Governor of Maryland, later the third Lord Baltimore.

      Henry Sewall and Jane (Lowe) his wife had issue:- . . .

      i. MAJ. NICHOLAS SEWALL, b. 1655; d. 1737. . . .

      ii. ELIZABETH SEWALL, mar. 1. Dr. Jesse Wharton (d. 1676), 2. Col. William D. Digges(d. 1697); she d. 1710.

      iii. ANNE SEWALL, mar. 1. Col. Benj. Rozer (d. 1681), 2. Col. Edward Pye.

      iv. MARY SEWALL, b. 1658, d. 12 March 1693/4; [mar.] 1. Col. William Chandler (d. 1685), 2. 22 March 1687, Capt. George Brent of Woodstock, Stafford Co., Va.

      v. JANE SEWALL, b. 1664; mar. Philip Calvert, brother of Cecilius Calvert, second Lord Baltimore.

      (2) Maryland Probate Records, 1674-1774, Calendar of Wills, Vol 1, 1635-1685, Calendar of Wills 1635-1685, Page 31, © The Generations Network, February 26, 2009:

      Sewell, Henry, Patuxent River, 25th Apr., 1664; 17th. Apr., 1665.

      To brother Samuel Sewall, 200 A.

      To cousin Richard Dudley, 100 A.

      To Roman Catholic Church, personalty.

      To wife Jane, execx., and child., viz., Nicholas, Eliza:, Mary, and Ann Sewall, and to unborn child, balance of estate, real and personal, in equal portions.

      Test: Wm. Bretton, Edward Savage. 1. 225.
    Person ID I18393  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 1 Feb 2018 

    Father Richard SEWALL,   d. Bef 2 Jan 1639 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Mary DUGDALE 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F8211  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jane LOWE,   b. Bef 14 Oct 1633, Denby, Derby, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1701  (Age > 67 years) 
    Children 
     1. Jane SEWALL,   b. 1664  [natural]
    Last Modified 1 Feb 2018 10:22:37 
    Family ID F8203  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart