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David Stott died in 1758 and his son, John was of age.
Thomas Marshall's daughter, Sarah, was born in 1748 and was too young to have been the mother of John Stott.
Thomas made a will on 19 April 1772 at Worcester Co, MD. Dryden, Worcester Land Records) He named his brother Elisha, and brother Levi's son, Thomas.
Whitelaw shows N89 sold in 1750 by David Stott, Sr. In 1753, Thomas left N89 to his wife, Sarah, and then to daughter, Sarah.
In 1765, David Stott's son, John, directed in his will that the land be sold and it was the same 30 acres purchased by Thomas Marshall in 1750.
From various properties listed in Ruth Dryden's Worcester Land Records, these heirs include: Isaac Ayres, Sewell Turpin, John Bishop, Thomas N. He also named grandson, Thomas, son of Isaac and granddaughter, Betsy, daughter of Isaac. If Abraham declines this land then his brother Samuel to have it.
Williams, Samuel Ennis & William Ennis, heirs of Zadock Purnell sold "Burton's Chance" and "Dioce"; John, Elizabeth, Zeporah, Ester, children of Thomas Purnell, sold rights of Uncle Zadock "Genezar;" Boaz Ennis & Mary, Samuel Ennis & Rachel sold right from Zadock; John Bishop, Edward Robins sold rights from Zadock; Zadock Purnell Gibbs of KY sold rights from Zadock; Zadock Marshall & Peggy, Joshua Prideaux, Zeporah P. Marshall sold rights from Zadock; Walton, Elizabeth & Thomas, of Thomas Purnell, sold rights that Zadock Purnell had as heir to his mother Elizabeth Rackliffe, daughter of Charles Rackliffe. Gillis (granddaughter of Zadock's sister, Atlanta), wife of Joseph, was named an heir and joined with her husband to convey her right to Sen. Elizabeth was named in her husband's will on 19 April 1772 at Worcester Co, MD.