(1) John Woolcott, b.c.1630 England, d. 1669 Kent Co. MD; surgeon, immigrated to MD 1649; m. Sarah _____. A patent called Walcotte Addition containing 40 acres lying in Queen Anne's County was recorded for John Woolcott in 1667. John arranged the passage of several persons to America as indentured servants. A passenger list from the Bristol Records Office, dated 1660, records: "Eliz. Savage, spinster, and Richard Pullin, yeoman, bound to John Woolcot to serve 4 years in Maryland." Maryland deeds, Book 5 Folio 467, reads: "I, John Walcutt, do assign over unto Thomas Bradley or his assigns all my right and title of land due for transportation of myself who came in the year 1649, Richard Pullaine in 1660, John Davis in 1660, Elizabeth Savage in 1660. Witness my hand and seal this 18th September 1663. John Woolcott." In 1669 the following was recorded in the Kent Co. MD court: "John Woolcott brought a servant to court named Ellenor Hutchins who is ordered to serve Six yeares but in case any Indenture be found or any Evidence that she sett her hand to an Indenture but for Foure yeares that at the Expiration of the time to be free or els to serve According to order." In 1669 an inventory of the estate of Nicholas Picard of Kent MD included a debt to John Woolcot of "1682," probably 16L, 8s 2d
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