Richard Hudson II 82
- Born: Abt 1678, Somerset Co., MD
- Marriage (1): Margaret Tingle before 1728 in Somerset Co., MD
- Died: 05 Dec 1763-02 Mar 1763, Worcester Co., MD
He was on the tax list between 1723 and 1740 at Baltimore Hundred, Somerset Co, MD.
He gave a deposition on 6 May 1732 at Somerset Co, MD. He stated he was age 54.
He sold land on 25 November 1734 at Worcester Co, MD. It was on this date that Richard Hudson and wife Margaret Hudson, daughter of Hugh Tingle, sold land to Hugh Tingle and George Layfield and wife Priscilla sold to Hugh Tingle Sr., 100 acres. On 27 Oct 1760 David Hudson and wife Esther sold 100 acres to James Murray, shoemaker.
Richard Hudson paid tax on Harrygate 500 acres, Beach 100 acres, Rumney Marsh 20 acres, and Powell's Discovery 112 acres
Richard witnessed a will on 12 November 1737 at Somerset Co, MD. Richard Huson Sr. witnessed the will of Richard Lockwood. He bought land on 23 November 1738 at tract Powell's Recover, St. Martin's Bay, Somerset Co, MD. Levin Powell sold 112 acres of this tract to Richard Hudson. He bought land on 7 April 1740 at tract Eagles Point, Somerset Co, MD. Joseph Carter & his wife Mary sold 100 acres of this tract to Richard Hudson.
Richard was named in his son's will on 19 May 1757 at Worcester Co, MD. He was shown as father Richard Hudson in the will of Samuel Hudson and given use of black stallion.
Richard made a will on 5 December 1762 at Worcester Co, MD. To wife Margaret Hudson, 100 acres, which I bought of Thomas Bowding and John Hudson; slaves, which are to go to sons John, Henry and Ananias Hudson at her death. To John Hudson, 100 acres, lying at the head of Indian River which I bought of William Low; 25 acres called Rumbly Marsh; some slaves after wife's death. To son Henry Hudson, slaves, 25 acres of marsh called Burnt Marsh. To son Solomon Hudson 1/2 of land called Harrigate; half the land I bought of William Bulger; 25 acres of land and marsh being part of land called Powels Hamakes; some slaves; 145 acres called Hardship. To son Annanias Hudson, other part of land called Harrogate which lieth on the s.e. of said tract; other half I bought of William Bulger; 351 acres called Hardship. To daughters Rachel Pattey and Leah Richards, some slaves. Desire wife to have the thirds of plantation whereon I live. At death of wife estate to be divided between children: John, Henry, Solomon, Annanias Hudson, Rachel Pattey and Leah Richards. Extrs: wife and son Annanias. Witt: Joshiah Mitchell, Caleb Tingle, Stephen Tilghman.1 He died before 2 March 1763 at Worcester Co, MD. It was on this date that his will was probated. Annanias Hudson renounced Executorship.
Richard married Margaret Tingle, daughter of Hugh Tingle Sr. and Elizabeth Powell, before 1728 in Somerset Co., MD. (Margaret Tingle was born about 1695 in Somerset Co., MD.)