|Family History Notes||1 i. Samuel, born say 1718. ii. Simon, born say 1720, taxable in the Mattapany Hundred, Somerset County household of Emanuel Harman in 1736 and 1737, called "Simon" in 1736, "Simon Colleck" in 1737 [List of Tithables, 1736, 1737]. He owed the Worcester County estate of Peter Beckett 1 pound on 23 January 1754 and the Worcester County estate of Alexander Buncle 6 shillings on 3 February 1761 [Prerogative Inventories 60:89; 72:137-42]. He was a "Negro" taxable on 100 acres called Spences Venture and another 12 acres called Conveniency's Addition in Bogerternorton Hundred of Worcester County in 1783 [MdHR MSA S1161-11-6, p.2]. He was head of a Worcester County household of 6 "other free" in 1790 (Simon Kollok). He was charged with assault and battery in Sussex County court in May 1773 and November 1778 [RG 4805, General Sessions Court, 1767-94, frames 133, 204]. iii. Mary Kollock, head of a Worcester County household of 5 "other free" in 1790. iv William, head of a Worcester County household of 6 "other free" and a slave in 1810 [MD:622]. He mortgaged a sailboat and a yoke of oxen to Levin Conner on 14 February 1823 and sold a yoke of steers and the service of his son Benjamin until the age of twenty-one for $19.25 by Worcester County deed of 24 February 1823 [DB AO:391-2, 419-20].. 1. Samuel Collick, born say 1718, purchased 49 acres in Worcester County, Maryland, called Red Oak Ridge, on the north side of the Pocomoke River in Indian Town on 6 June 1744 [Land Records A:193]. He was a "Mollato" taxable on 49 acres in Acquango Hundred in 1783 [MSA S1161-11-5, p.2]. He died sometime before 16 October 1801 when his wife, Esther, and children: Charles Collick, Leah Roberts, Comfort Collick, Betsy Collick, and Hetty Collick sold Red Oak Ridge and an adjoining 8-1/2 acres, called Equantico Savannah, which Esther had purchased [Land Records, U:405]. Esther was head of a Worcester County household of 4 "other free" in 1800 [MD:828]. (There was also an Esther Collick counted as head of a Worcester County household of 3 "other free" in 1800 [MD:814]). Samuel and Esther's children were i. Charles, head of a Worcester County, Maryland household of 4 "other free" in 1800 [MD:830]. ii. Leah Roberts. iii. Comfort. iv. Betsy. v. Hetty.|
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