- Born: Bef 1755
- Marriage (1): Thomas? Whayland before 1775
- Died: 14 Sep 1811-20 Jan 1818, Somerset Co., MD
In the Federal Direct Tax of 1798, Mary Whayland is listed as owner/occupant of a house and land at Lowes Point in Wicomico Hundred. She has a dwelling house of wood 30x20, 1 story, 7 windows finished plain, kitchen 16x14, milk house brick 8x8, lumber house 16x14, poultry house 10x12. 80 perches; $200. She has 16 acres of land as well; $80. She is indicated to own 3 slaves of which 2 are of taxable age (13-49).
Mary Whayland left a will written Sep 14 1811 and probated Jan 20 1818 in Somerset Co., MD where she makes the following provisions:
- After my decease, my two negroes Bridget and Hope to be freed. Since Bridget is over age 45, negro boy Hope shall be freed to care for her.
- the residue of my estate to son Joseph "should he return" except one cow that I give to daughter Rebecca Whayland. If Joseph should not return, then residue should go to grandchildren George Stevens Kibble, Hetty Kibble, Robert Kibble; Thoas Whayland, son of William Thomas Whayland; W. Botham and Levin D. Botham; and Joseph Whayland Malone.
- son William to be executor
Witnesses: Tubman Lowes, George Kibble, Polly Kibble (SoProbate-loose papers - copy on FamilySearch.com)
Mary married Thomas? Whayland, son of (?) Whayland and Unknown, before 1775. (Thomas? Whayland was born about 1750 in MD and died before 1800 in Somerset Co., MD.)