Death: 1818, Oct. 13
- St. Mary’s
|1799||St. Mary’s||No township listed||341|
|1800||St. Mary’s||No township listed||6|
- Dates: 1757-1818
Source: Cordell, Eugene Fauntleroy, Medical Annals of Maryland 1799-1899 Baltimore: The Medical and Chirurgical Faculty for the State of Maryland: 588
- Dates: 1776/09/16
Notes: Appointed Surgeon Assistant to Doctor Briscoe of the Seven Independant Companies. In Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776, Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 12.
- Dates: 1777/04/28
Notes: Account of money paid to Dr. Barton Tabb by the Treasurer of the Western Shore. In
Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777, Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 16.
- Dates: 1792/01
Notes: Commission issued to Vernon Hebb, William Killgour, Barton Tabbs, James
Briscoe, William Somervill, John Abell Youngest, Edmund Plowden, Richard Bond, Thomas
Bond, Charles Chilton, Joseph Ford, Mordecai Jones and Samuel Abell appointed Justices
of St. Marys County. In Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1789-1793, Archives of Maryland Online, Vol. 72.
- Dates: 1792/12/28
Notes: Appointed a Justice for St. Mary’s County. In Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1789-1793, Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 72.
- Dates: 1800/12/19
An ACT concerning the real estate of Elizabeth Watts, late of Saint-Mary’s county.
WHEREAS it is represented to this general assembly, that a certain Elizabeth Guyther was,
in her life-time, seized of an estate of fee-simple in and of fifty acres of land, lying Saint-Mary’s
county, being part of two tracts of land, the one called Brick Kills, the other Park’s
Addition with Addition, and being so seized, she afterwards married George Aisquith, by whom
she had two children, and after the death of said George, she intermarried with a certain Richard
Watts, by whom she had three children, all of which five children are now living, and infants:
And, whereas the said Elizabeth, and her husband, sold said land to a certain Barton Tabbs, of
Saint-Mary’s county, and passed their bond, under each of their hands and seals, conditioned for a
valuable consideration to convey said land in fee-simple, and the said Elizabeth is since dead, not
having executed a conveyance for the same: And whereas it is represented, that the said land is
wholly destitute of wood and improvements, and that it would tend greatly to the benefit of the said
five infants to have the said contract completed;
II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the chancellor be and he is hereby authorised and empowered, on petition filed, to examine into all the circumstances relating to said land, and the sale thereof made to Barton Tabbs, and if upon examination, and such proof as he
may require to be taken, it shall appear to him reasonable and beneficial to the infant children of
the said Elizabeth to have the said sale and contract carried into effect, he is hereby authorised and
empowered fully and effectually, by decree of his court, upon such terms and considerations as he
thinks proper, to perfect and carry said agreement into effect.
Source: An ACT concerning the real estate of Elizabeth Watts, late of Saint-Mary’s county. In General Assembly, November 3, 1800 – December 19, 1800, Session Laws, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 94.
- Dates: 1828/06/23
Notes: Obituary, Mrs. Ann McWilliams (daughter of Dr. Barton Tabbs).
- Dates: 1838
Notes: ST. MARY’S COUNTY COURT
153: Maria Tabbs vs. Sarah A. J. Campbell, Caleb M. Jones, Thomas J. Stone, Mary G. Stone, John Stone, Francis Stone, Harriet Stone, John H. Hamersly, Glovina Hamersly, Thomas W. Morgan, Clement McWilliams, and Alexander McWilliams. Estate of Barton Tabbs.
Accession No.: 19,731-281
MSA No.: C 1591-278
- Dates: 1909
Notes: Mrs. Ellen MacWilliams Egbert (great granddaughter of Barton Tabbs). In Daughters of the American Revolution. Index of the Rolls of Honor in the Lineage Books of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (Press of Pierpont, Siviter & Co., 1909): 139.