He made a will in Accomack Co., VA, September 18, 1796. (Stratton Nottingham, Wills & Administrations of Accomack Co., VA, p. 453)
Purnell's will was probated in Accomack Co., VA, June 25, 1798. Named in his father's will and was bequeathed "Ware Point" in Somerset County. He named his four children in his will. His brother, Joseph, was to settle his business in Somerset County, and George Ker to settle his estate in Accomack County.
Purnell Outten(Jr.) and Elizabeth Taylor had the following children:
618 v. Purnell T. Outten. Purnell died 1838 in Accomack Co., VA. He was not named in his father's will but shown as orphan of Purnell Outten, deceased, with guardian Elizabeth Outten. (Accomack Orphans Accounts 1781-1801, p. 653-Ginni Sievers) With his sister, Mary P. Savage, he sold land of his father's in Somerset County. (Somerset Co. Deeds JD5, pgs 297-298; Ginni Sievers) Will dated April 8, 1834, proved March 26, 1838. (Miles & Miles, Wills & Administrations of Accomack Co., VA 1800-1860, p. 406) He named wife, Elizabeth and sons Purnell Andrew Fuller, Phillip Doddrdge and Patrick Henry, all under age and without issue.
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