James Willis and Rebecca Barnabe were married by Mr. David Richardson Clark the 13 March 1679
James the son of James Willis was borne of Rebecca his wife at Manokin the 25 May 1680
Sarah Willis daughter of James Willis and Rebecca his wife at Bark Creek 24 May 1689
Rebecca Willis daughter of James and Rebecca Willis at Bark Creek 30 January 1681
John Wallis son of Matthew Wallis and born of Elizabeth his wife 24 June 1687
Mary Willis daughter of James and Rebecca Willis was born at Bark Creek 15 July 1694
William and Ellinor Wallice to John Hall land called "Golden Quarter" containing 100A more or less
Folio 896 - 8
Last day of October 1687
Phonix Hall of Rockawackin of the County of Somerset, planter and Elizabeth his wife to Matthew Wallis of Rockawackin planter, land granted to Thomas Cox of Rockawackin 26 October 1685 called "Friends Denial" containing 300A more or less.
Thomas Cox wife Rebeccah gives up dower rights
Witnessed by Wm. Brenton, Wm. Jones, Sr. and William Jones Jr.
13 June 1688
Captain Henry Smith and Ann his wife of Somerset county to Samuel Johnson and Joane Wallace - widdow land called "Widdows Choice" on the south side of the head of Manokin River - granted the Henry Smith at St. Marres 10 August 1684 called "Smith's Resolution Scituate" containing 350A. Only selling 250A now being called "Widdows Choice"
Witnesses: James Round and Edmund Howard
25 November 1695
George Layfield of Somerset County Esquire, and Elizabeth his wife sell to Robert Wallis a tract of land (now in Wicomico) called "Camp" located at the head of Roccowakin River about 3 miles back in the woods from the fork of the River head where it makes into branches, originally patented to William Stevens 2 July 1682 containing and laid out for certificate 1st day of April 1682 for 300A.
Witnesses: Francis Jenckins, and James Simson
6 April 1704
James Wallace of Somerset County to George Smith - land called "Wallace's Adventure" about 4 miles back in woods from fork of Rockawockin River (touches "Friends Denial" containing 200A more or less
Witnesses: Peter West and Stephen Horsey
5 december 1707
Letter of Attorney
Matthew Wallis appoints Kinsman William Alexander, Jr. to sell his land. Matthew Wallis has gone to New castle on the Delaware.
Witnesses: Robert Rennald and Wm. Tonge
10 March 1707/8
Matthew Wallis to John Polk land called "Friends Denial" 300A and land called "Kirkminster" containing 200A.