He married Elisabeth (wife of Daniel Sturgis). Daniel's mother gave him 200 acres of land in 1706, the 200 acres had been gifted to her and her husband, John Sturgis, by her parents in 1667. In 1721, Daniel deeded the south half to his nephew, Richard Sturgis. Daniel's son, William, succeeded him to the land at A118 in Accomack County. (Ralph T. Whitelaw, Virginia's Eastern Shore, p. 1134) Daniel died intestate.
Daniel Sturgis and Elisabeth(wife of Daniel Sturgis) had the following children:
+ 27 i. William3 Sturgis.
+ 28 ii. ?Jacob Sturgis.
30 iv. ?Daniel Sturgis. ?Daniel died 1755 in Northampton Co., VA. He was a witness to the will of Jacob Sturgis (possibly his brother) in 1752. He died intestate in 1755 and administration was granted June 11, 1755 to Baily Scott and secured by Moses Griffeth. (James H. Marshall, Wills & Administrations of Northampton Co., VA, p. 363)
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