Nicholas Orrick, b. 1 May 1725 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, d. 1 February 1785 in Baltimore County, Maryland
Father: John Orrick, b. 1685 in Morely's Choice, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, d. 1749
Mother: Susannah Hammond, b. 1698
Nicholas was a man of prominence and highly esteemed in Baltimore County, Maryland, where he resided. He was three times vestryman of Old St. Thomas Church, Garrison Forest, and in 1756 commanded the troops of Baltimore County with the rank of captain during the Revolutionary War. He was very religious and, when he was in the military, he was at times reported as being a little extreme and cruel in the execution of his duties.
Spouse: Hannah Cromwell, b. 1 April 1729 in Baltimore County, Maryland, d. 2 December 1762 in Baltimore County, Maryland
Father: John Cromwell, b. ca. 1702, d. ca. 1733 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Mother: Hannah Rattenbury, b. 30 October 1704
Married 1 May 1749 in Baltimore County, Maryland.
John Orrick, b. 1685 in Morely's Choice, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, d. 1749
Father: James Ourrouck, b. ca. 1645
Mother: Mary Slade
He was vestryman of Old St. Paul's in 1722. He made a will October 20, 1749, leaving son, John, the home plantation called Morly's Choice and son, Nicholas, plantations Rich Neck and William's Lot and to his other children personality.
Spouse: Susannah Hammond, b. 1698
Father: Thomas Hammond
Mother: Rebecca Larkin
Married 15 December 1719 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
James Ourrouck, b. ca. 1645
He was granted his first land patent for 190 acres on the bayside called Orwick on November 30, 1665. On May 1, 1683, he was granted a patent for 150 acres called Orwick's Ferry (Fancy), located on the north side of the Severn River. In 1675, a will was filed in Annapolis where he was listed as the son of Elizabeth Moose, his father having died and his mother having married, as her second husband, Richard Moose. In September 1681, James was paid 510 pounds of tobacco by the Province of Maryland for services he had rendered. His will was probated November 11, 1690, in which he names his wife, Mary, as executrix and his sons, William, John and James.
Spouse: Mary Slade
Married ca. 1678 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.