105. Sarah4 Newbold (Joyce3 Purnell, John2, Thomas1) birth date unknown.

She married Elijah Brittingham. Elijah was born about 1708. Elijah was the son of Samuel Brittingham. Elijah died 1765 in Worcester Co., MD. He made a will in Worcester Co., MD, January 20, 1765. Elijah's will was probated in Worcester Co., MD, March 15, 1765. Elijah named his children in his will. To his wife he left dwelling plantation; son Samuel dwelling plantation after wife's widowhood and land on the west side of the road from the ferry to Cedar Hall; son Thomas land on east side of road; daughters Mary and Ann, Negro woman Lindow; children Elijah and Susea, Negro girl Frank; daughter Sarah, Negro girl Rachell; daughter Betty, Negro girl Pachance; daughter Leah, Negro girl Hannah; daughter Joyce Purnell Brittingham, Negro boy Durrum; son Samuel executor; witnessed by George Layfield, Joshua Merrill and William Merrill. (Worcester Co. MD Wills JW3, f.98, Neil & Leslie Keddie, Family Tree Bookshop)

His father left him 270 acres in Accomack County (A164) in 1727. In 1740, he sold it to his uncle Nathaniel. (Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore, p. 1303)

Sarah Newbold and Elijah Brittingham had the following children:

child 329 i. Samuel5 Brittingham. He married Betty(wife of Samuel Brittingham). In 1767, he sold "Rudder" and "Convenience" to Esme Marshall.

child + 330 ii. Mary Brittingham.

child 331 iii. Thomas Brittingham.

child 332 iv. Ann Brittingham.

child 333 v. Elijah Brittingham(Jr.).

child 334 vi. Susea Brittingham.

child 335 vii. Betty Brittingham.

child 336 viii. Leah Brittingham.

child 337 ix. Joyce Purnell Brittingham.

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