She married William Stakes in Northampton Co., VA, after 1714. William was the son of Henry Stakes. William died 1732 in Northampton Co., VA. He made a will in Northampton Co., VA, April 27, 1732. Probated July 11, 1732. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., VA, p. 269) William bought N105 from Isaac Marshall, Rachel's cousin, in 1723. Thomas and Patience Marshall, Isaac Marshall's brother and his wife, made a deed of gift to Rachel's sons in 1743 of N60. William's will names son, Job, and divides 100A Camels Ridge (also known as Web's Ground) one-third to Job, wife and children. Rachel was named his executor.(Ralph Whitelaw, VA Eastern Shore; James H. Marshall, Wills & Admin. NH Co., p. 269) There may have been other children.
Rachel Marshall and William Stakes had the following children:
+ 39 i. Job5 Stakes.
+ 40 ii. William Marshall Stakes.
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