40. William Marshall5 Stakes (Rachel4 Marshall, George3, Thomas2, John1) birth date unknown.

He married Comfort (wife of William Stakes). In 1724, Jonathan Bell sold N60 to Thomas Marshall. In 1743, Thomas and his wife Patience Marshall made deeds of gift to William Marshall States and Job States, with William Marshall Stakes getting the east 100 acres. In 1757, William M. and Comfort Stakes sold back to Thomas Marshall, who later left to son Esme. (Ralph T. Whitelaw, VA Eastern Shore, p. 366)

In his will dated 1760, Thomas Marshall notes 100 acres he bought from Marshall Stakes. Will dated April 27, 1732, probate July 11, 1732. In his will of 1755, Job Stakes names his brother Marshall Stakes and his son, William Stakes and again names his brother W. Marshall Stakes. He was security for the estate of Robinson Johnson in 1750. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., VA, pp. 388, 366, 341)

William Marshall Stakes and Comfort(wife of William Stakes) had the following child:

child 112 i. William6 Stakes. William died before 1755.

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