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gave to Savage a large tract of land on the Shore, estimated at 9000 acres. This gift, affirmed in two subsequent patents, is recorded in the 1626 list See Hotten page 189. In the census of 1623/4 Thomas Savage was shown living on the Eastern Shore and in the Muster of 1625 as Ancient {Ensigne} Thomas Savage who sailed from England aboard the John and Francis in 1607. His wife, Anne (Hannah) was aboard the Sea Flower in 1621. In the 1625 Muster she was shown as the wife of Thomas Savage.. Also, as the wife of Thomas Savage Hannah received a 50 acre patent 12 Dec 1627., it being a 50 acre of land  a neck abutting  north where they remain seated.

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