Constantine (Constant) Disharoon 1
- Born: 1738, Somerset Co., MD
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Died: 1795, Somerset Co., MD 2
Constant Disharoon first shows in the Somerset Tax Lists in 1753.
Constant Disharoon had fully six land tracts surveyed for him in the 18th century:
- May 7 1762, "Will Have No More", 99.2a
- Mar 29 1768, "Good Luck", 45.2a
- Mar 20 1769, "Come No Nigher", 34.7a
- Feb 8 1771, "Stand Off", 50.8a
- Jan 31 1776, "Satisfied", 75.8a
- Jul 20 1789, "Poor Fields", 152.1a
These tracts are roughly clustered in a location in the modern day (2018) about a mile to the west of US Route 13 south of Fruitland, MD where the US 13 bypass merges back into the main highway.
In the March court of 1763 in Somerset, Constant Disharoon petitions: "To the Worshipfull the Justices of Somerset County now in Court Sitting the humble Petition of Constant Dishroon Sheweth that Your Petitioner is Possest of a Certain tract or Parcel of Land Called Askills Choice the bounds of Which is decayed and the Persons who has knowledge of them are old and Infirm Your Petitioner Begs that your Worships will Grant a Commission to perpetuate the bound thereof and Your petitioner as in duty bound Shall pray &c. Constant Disharoon --- Whereupon Came here into Court the afd. Petitioner in his Proper Person and thereupon the petition afd. being Read and heard and fully understood it is Considered by the Court here that a Commission Issue to the afd. Constant Disharoon as by the Petition afd. is praid and that Louther Dashiell, Thomas Dashiell, John Caldwell & Wm. Venables be Commissioners and Execute the Same Commission According to Act of Assembly in Such Case Provided &c." (SoJ-60/63:198, the petition was executed, Ibid:257)