Charles Wrench Vanderford (1026)
Father: John Vanderford (221)
Mother: Mary Wrench
d. 1788 [QA will box
m2. Jan. 29, 1781, Sarah Mondsley
[QA will SC7:208]
George (2016), d. 1789
William (2017), b. Feb.
Charles Wrench (2018),
bc. 1788, d. 1811
Charles Wrench joined
the American Army during the Revolution and was one of the Maryland Line.
Charles Wrench appeared in the
Maryland census for Queen Annes County in the Tuckahoe Hundred.
January 18, 1783 recorded February 15, 1783:
A lease between Charles Wrench and Rachel his stepmother granted to
Charles Wrench for 7 years 200 acres at a rent of 12 pounds per year.
[QA deed RT3:78]
July 26, 1785:
For 108 pounds Charles
Wrench bought one negro girl named Sarah about 11 years of age, one grey mare
called Cato, one bay horse called Fox and about 2000 pounds of tobacco. [QA deed CD1:309]
Charles Wrench's will named his
wife Sarah, eldest son George, second son William, younger son Charles,
daughter Mary and sister Easter Rakes. His two negroes were to be freed after 8
years. [QA will SC7:163]
Sarah, Charles Wrench's widow, was
living in Queen Annes County, Maryland with her daughter Mary. George's widow
Sarah and his daughter Sarah were living with them.