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The Clemens

William Bordley (15xx)
William Bordley (1605)
Stephen Bordley, Sr. (1637)
John Hynson (1645)
William Bordley (1667)
Stephen Bordley, Jr. (1674)
Thomas Bordley (1677)
Stephen Bordley (1709)
John B. Bordley (1727)
Stephen Bordley "Jr" (1732)
Judge James Bordley (1736)
Elizabeth Bordley (1777)
John B. Bordley (1800)
William C. Bordley, Jr. (1800)
James Bordley (1808)
James Bordley (1846)
Madison B. Bordley (1873)
James Bordley, Jr. (1874)
James Bordley, III (1900)
John E. Bordley (1902)
Bryden Bordley Hyde (1914)
Madison B. Bordley, Jr. (1915)
Marcello W. Bordley, Jr. (1915)
Robert AJ Bordley (1918)
Dr. James Bordley, IV (1942)

 Judge James Bordley (1736-1793)

Of "Bordlington", Queen Anne’s County, Md. Son of Stephen Bordley, Jr. (1709-1776). He and his brother Will were known as the Wye River Bordleys having been born there. He served Queen Anne’s County in Lower House of Md. Legislature 1777-9 (see Papenfuse); on vestry of St. Pauls 1769-83; and as Register of St. Pauls; Justice 1773-86; Committee of Correspondence, elected 1774; Justice, Orphan’s Court 1778-86; Captain of a militia co., 20th Bn. 1776. He manumitted all 21 of his slaves 1785-92. He owned 1090 acres in Queen Anne’s Co.



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