532. David Darnall died about 1702 in Richmond
County, Virginia. Migration: "Dr. David" Darnall. In St. Mary's County,
Md. in 1686. In Virginia in 1689. "It being ordered that he and his pretended
wife and children remove from the County". St Mary's County, Md. Apparently
in conflict both with Church of England and Catholic regime of Maryland. Moved
to Richmond Co.,Va. in 1691. Ref: "Darnall, Darnell Family", by Dr.
Land: "Vol.16: Deed,"9/21/1693, David Darnell and Margaret(X) his wife, of St. Mary's Parish, Richmond Co., Va. to Hugh French for 7000 lb. tobo. 600 acres etc., adjnj land of ----, Mr. Sampson Darrell,--- land lying in Rappahannock and Stafford Cos."
Ref: "The Darnall, Darnell Family" Vol.1, LDS Library Salt Lake City,Utah.
Ref: Virginia Colonial Abstracts" by Beverly Fleet
Land: Ref: Richmond County Records, 1692-1704, p.251, P.92.Deed.-September 1693. David Darnell and Margarett, His wife, of St. Mary's Parish, Richmond County to Hugh French of said Parish and County for 7000 lb. tobo, 600 acres, adj. land of Mr. Wm. Thornton, Land of Coll, Wm. Fitzhugh, land of Mr. Sampson Darnell, land of Richmond Shipways and land of James Orchard, "being part of a patent for land lying in Rappahannock and Stafford Counties granted to Mr. Motts". Signed David Darnell, Marg'tt (X) Darnell. Wit: John Fosaker, John Carter, Mauser(X) Hubbert. Rec 10 Oct 1693.
Ref: Introduction by Dr. H.C. Smith in "Darnall, Darnell Family"...no record of when or where "Dr." David Darnall was born. ..."From the militant Protestentism of David Darnall and the frequency of the Christian names of Jeremiah and Adam among his descendants, the compiler is led to believe that David was descended from Sir Jeremiah Darnall, clerk to the Vicar of Dunton 8/5/1580, as shown in Volume 1, Section 1, p.1, and titled Contemporary Linconshire Darnells.
533. Margaret. Ref:"The Darnall, Darnell
Family", Vol.1, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Ref: "Darnall, Darnell Family" compiled by Dr. C.H. Smith. Per the Introduction, Margritt did not die in 1724, but she prepared a will that distributed her property to the children upon the intention of remarrying. Waugh Darnall in his will specifies for the maintanance of his "Father and Mother".(But David , his father had died.) Waugh in his will also states that if Thomas Stone should die" my children should be brought under the family of Bronaugh". That would be the family of their mother, Elizabeth Bronaugh Darnall. Could Thomas Stone have been Waugh Darnall's stepfather?
i. Morgan Darnall was born about 1678. He died on Jul 1 1726. Ref: Darnall Genealogy, from "Darnall, Spence, Steers, Spangler, Stuckey, Sill" Compiled by Erma D. Stuckey, LDS LIbrary Salt Lake City, Utah. Morgan Darnall and his wife, Elizabeth, had 7 children: David (abt 1705-1786), Morgan Darnall (1707-1777/8), Waugh Darnall (1715- ), Joseph Darnall, Mann Darnall, William Darnall, John Darnall (1711-1777/8). (Morgan had a second wife, Sarah whom he married in 1769.)
Probate: Fauquier Historical Society, Wills Fauquier County, Will Book No.1: Morgan Darnall, Jr. Will dated 30 Sep 1765. Probated 29 July 1766. Mentions brothers John, Isaac, Waugh, John Wood, son of Samuel Wood. Executor father Morgan Darnall. Witnesses: Jean Darnall, James Wheakley, Eliza. Darnall.
ii. David Darnall was born about 1680. He died in 1741. Ref: Darnall Genealogy from "Darnall, Spence, Steers, Spangler, Stuckey, Sill" Compiled by Erma D. Stuckey, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. David Darnall had 3 sons: Abraham (abt 1713-1802) married Elizabeth; Isaac Darnall (abt 1715) married 1735 Frances Frasher (Thrasher): Jacob Darnall (abt 1717).
iii. Joseph Darnall was born about 1682. Ref: Darnall Genealogy from "Darnall, Spence, Steers, Spangler, Stuckey, Sill" Compiled by Erma D. Stuckey, LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. No data found.
266 iv. Waugh Darnell.
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