Cator is part of our paternal direct line. She and
Charles Thomas Hill
Sr. were the parents of an important family member. This line is
added to the Our
Hills in order to further explore this ancestry.
Ralphael Neale and
Mrs. Jane Baker Forman.
Ralphael and Jane Neale lived in England. Their son, James, was born
Drury Lane, London.
Waring & Anna Perche
Capt. Sampson Waring & Sara Leigh
Basil Waring (1) & Sarah Marsham
Marsham Waring & Henrietta Boarman
Basil (Roman Basil) Waring & Susanna Darnall
Henry Waring & Millicent Brooke
Matilda Millicent Waring & John Oswald Hill
John Oswald Hill, Jr. & Henrietta Maria Hurtt
Thomas Domick Hill & Anna Gertrude Greenfield
Charles Thomas Hill & Bernice Lucille Cator
Capt. James Neale
(O'Neale) & Anna Maria Gill
Drawing of Wolleston Manor, from an article by The Montgomery County Historical
of Wicimoca and Potomac Rivers; burned down in early 1900s
James Neale was born in 1615 Warnford, Hampshire, England. He immigrated to America
in approximately 1636 or 37. He married
Anna Maria Gill, daughter of Benjamin Gill and wife Mary Mainwaring Gill.
The Capt. died March 29, 1684 at Wollaston Manor of Charles, MD.
Anna Maria Gill was born in 1624 in Spain
and sailed to America with her family headed by Benjamin Gill
in 1642, a few years after James had landed.
Anna had Wolleston Manor built in Charles, Maryland on 2000 acres which he
received the patent for in 1642 requested by Lord Baltimore and arranged for and
surveyed by his brother Governor Leonard Calvert. Wolleston Manor is named
in honor of his grandfather's home in Northamptonshire, England where his
grandfather was a Lord.
America was American Indian land in the 1600s and Capt. Neale found trade
with them. He was a member of the Privy Council, a Magistrate, Deputy
Governor, and was Commissioner of the Treasury for the colony. He was an
envoy to Spain for several years and some of their children were born there.
He and Anna Maria Gill and their family resided at 'Wollaston Manor' in Charles
County, Maryland. Below is a contract for building The Wollaston Manor.
Anna and James' children were Maryland's first
as British subjects who were born in Spain and live now in America.
Contract for the building of Wolleston Manor:
It is condiconed & agreed betweene James Neale, Esqr of the one
party francis West of ye other party as followeth, ye said francis
West doth hereby promise & oblige himself to build for ye said James
Neale on his plantacon on Wollaston manor one house of forty foote
long & twenty five foote wide framed worke to bee nine foote
betweene ye groundsill & Wall plate & all ye groundsills to bee of
Locust wood ye Lower part to bee divided into five Roomes wth two
chimnies below & one snall chimnye above And build to it a proch ten
foote long & eight foote wide ye Loft to bee layed wth sawed wood
And to build two Dormer windowes above & other window at ye end of
ye left And to point all Windowes & Dores below Stayres & all
Compleatly finished except ye covering & weather board-ing for & in
consideration whereof I ye sayd James Neale doe oblige myself to
furnish ye said ffrancis West Meate Drinke & Lodging dureing ye time
of ye building ye said House & to allow him two servants namely my
boy John ye Dutchman & ye other John which I have hired by Captn
ffednall to doe all such workes Concerning ye said building as ye
said francis shall appointe or Command them & not to bee hindered by
mee ye said James Neale in Doeing any other worke & further I doe
oblige myself my heires & Executors to pay ye said francis West
three thousand five hundred pounds weight of tobco & Caske ye one
halfe to be payd at or before ye feast of ye Nativitie of our Lord
next ensueing And ye other halfe at ye finishing of ye worke.
In Witness whereof ye parties aforesaid have hereunto
put theire hands this 22d Day of July, 1661. And ye said ffrancis
West not to goe off ye plantacon of James Neale to worke or build
till the worke bee fully furnshed.
Testes Wiliam Bretton John Leeke
feb ye 4th 1661 This condition was Recorded.
James Neale was a purser for King Charles I who was married to Queen Henrietta
Maria of Spain. James married Ann Gill who was a Lady-in-Waiting to King
Charles' wife, Queen Henrietta Maria. After King Charles I was beheaded, his
wife Henrietta Maria returned to Spain.
Ann had a daughter names Henrietta Maria and the Queen was her godmother.
James and Ann traveled to America where their daughter married a Lloyd.
Zichos, the name Henrietta Maria has been in each generation to date.
Will of Anne Neale of Charles County, MD:
Neale & Elizabeth Digges
Anthony Neale was born on June 5th in 1660 in Spain; he died 12 July 1723
in Charles. He married (1) Elizabeth Johnson with whom he had no
children (2) Elizabeth Roswell about 1681 with whom he had no children (3)
Elizabeth (Page?) Digges who was born between 1674 and 1685 in Charles.
She died in 1723 in Benedict, Charles County, MD.
Anthony and Elizabeth Digges Neale married about 1702 in Charles and had
a known son, Edward Digges Neale, born 1704 in Charles; died 29 Dec 1760 in
Queen Anne, Prince George's County, MD.
In 1666 Anthony's father, James Neale petitioned for the naturalization of
four of his children who were born in Spain during his residence there. One
of these children was Anthony Neale. The petition was granted the next year.
Digges Neale & Mary Lowe
Edward Digges Neale
was born 1704 in Charles, MD; he died 29 Dec 1760 in Queen Anne,
Prince George's County, MD. He married Mary who died in 1760. Together they had a daughter Martha Neale
who married Francis Hall in 1760, the same year that Martha's mom died.
Neale & Francis Hall
Martha Neale was born on on the last day of December in 1737 in
Queen Anne's Parish of Prince George's County in MD. Martha
married Francis Hall in 1760. She passed away on May 31, 1789 in
Queenstown, Queen Anne's County, MD. His second wife
was Anne Hawkins.
Francis Hall was born in December of 1732 in Pleasant Hill, PGC, MD.
He died 13 Feb. 1789 in Queen Anne, PGC, MD.
Francis and Martha Neale Hall had a daughter Henrietta Maria Hall who
was born in 1773 in PGC, MD who married Henry Waring in 1793. She
died on 14 Feb 1795 in Marlboro, PGC, MD.
Her husband Francis was considered to be a somewhat newcomer to the
gentry. He was a 4th generation Marylander. Francis'
grandfather converted to the Roman Catholic faith and Francis' father
studied at St. Omers. Francis and his wife lived on his plantation
"Bolingly" in PGC. Francis also ran a store, represented the
county in the Lower House of Maryland, attended conventions during the
1770s/80s. He sent two sons to Georgetown University; Richard and
During the War of 1812, a
portrait of Martha Neale Hall was in the Bolingly home. The
British ransacked the home and "thrust their bayonets through a handsome
portrait" of the family's ancestor Martha Neale Hall. They set the
wheat fields afire and destroyed many valued items in the home.
Henrietta Maria Hall & Henry Waring
was born in 1773 in PGC, MD. She died on Valentine's Day in 1795
in Marlboro, PGC, MD. Henrietta married Henry Waring in 1793.
Henry was born in the same place and year as Henrietta. He died
many years after she did, on October 11, 1835 in Georgetown.
Henrietta had a daughter Henrietta Maria Susanna Waring (see next
Maria Susanna Waring
Edward Dominic Young
(Henrietta died when she was 40;
Edward when he was 33)
Henrietta Maria Susanna Waring was born on
September 18th in 1806 in PGC. She grew up to marry Edward Dominic
Young when she was 20 years old on 10 January 1826 in Upper Marlborough,
PGC. Henrietta Young died on May 27, 1847, too young, in
Her husband was Edward Dominic Young,
son of Nicholas (Digges?) Young and Sarah Fenwick. Edward was born
on Sept. 12 in 1805, a year before the birth of his future wife
Edward and Henrietta had a daughter Mary M.
(Maria) Young. She married almost 10 years after her father's
early death when he was but 33 and 2 years after her mom's death at 40.
(See Next Generation)
"Maria" Young & Dr. Edward Edgar Hurtt
Mary M. (Maria) Young born in
1829. She married Dr. Edward Edgar Hurtt on 30 Apr 1849 in White
Hall, PGC, MD (Wedding Announcement in Planters' Advocate 5/8/1840)
Piscataway, Prince George's, Maryland
Sept 3, 1850: Dr. Edward Hurtt is 23 and his wife is 19.
They have a 9 day old infant, Henrietta Maria Hurtt. Their real
estate is valued at $300.
Dr. and Mrs. Hurtt's daughter Henrietta
Maria Hurtt married John Oswald Hill, Jr. in 1872.
Henrietta Maria Hurtt & John Oswald Hill, Jr.
Henrietta Maria Hurtt was
born in 1850 in Piscataway, PGC, MD. She married JOHN OSWALD HILL Jr. on 17
May 1872. She died before 1900.
Index of Marriage Licenses, Prince George's County, Maryland 1777-1886;
Domick Hill & Anna Gertrude Greenfield
Thomas Hill & Bernice Lucille Cator
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