59. John4 Purnell (Jr.) (John3, Thomas2, Thomas1) was born in Worcester Co., MD about 1734. John died about 1761 in Worcester Co., MD. The inventory of the estate was presented April 8, 1761. (Vernon L. Skinner, Worcester Co. MD Inventories & Accounts, p. 67)

He married Euphamie Arbuckle. Euphamie was the daughter of William Arbuckle and Catherine Snead. Euphamie died 1786 in Worcester Co., MD. She made a will in Worcester Co., MD, September 29, 1781. (transcribed by Suzanne B. Hurley, Ocean City Lifesaving Museum)

Euphamie's will was probated in Worcester Co., MD, June 16, 1786. Euphamie married 2nd Milby Atkinson d. 1775 (Ruth T. Dryden JW4, p. 281) and m. 3rd William Allen. She named William and Ann Purnell, children of deceased husband, John Purnell. She had two daughters by Milby Atkinson: Euphamie and Margaret Atkinson. In her will, a Mary Burton dtd 4/14/1765 pro 1/27/1767 Accomack Co., VA named her granddaughter, Euphamie Purnell. (Stratton Nottingham, Wills & Admin. Accomack Co., VA, p. 229) John received "Spring Garden," "Charleses Choice," "Assateague Fields," and "Purnells Addition" from his father. His wife, Euphamie married 2nd Milby Atkinson and he was executor of John's estate. Milby was a widower, his first wife being the daughter of Thomas & Mary Outten Purnell. Euphamie married 3rd William Allen. Milby Atkinson had four children by his first marriage to a daughter of Thomas & Mary Outten Purnell and two more daughters by his marriage to the widow Euphamie Arbuckle Purnell. Euphamie named her children by John Purnell in her will.

John Purnell(Jr.) and Euphamie Arbuckle had the following children:

child + 189 i. William5 Purnell (Esq.).

child 190 ii. Ann Purnell. She married William Polk(Judge). Ann was named by her mother, Euphamie, as daughter of John. (marriage to Polk - Suzanne B. Hurley, Ocean City Lifesaving Museum)

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