|1064||i.||Robert Stanfield, married Frances Merryweather.|
Notes for Sarah Elizabeth Ford:|
Will of Sarah Falconer of Queen Ann's County, Maryland, widow, 7 November 1730:
My son, John Falconer to hae my hand mill and mill peckers during his lifetime, then to his son, my grandchild, John Falconer; or, if he should die, to his second son if he should have one, but if not then to Burton Frances Falconer or my grandson Thomas Ford Falconer. But mill should not be moved from dwelling plantation during lifetime of my loving friend and relation Thomas Falconer Sr. Sol Thomas, a cow called Mayflower with calf. Son James, a cow called Young Pie and calf. Son-in-law John Rakes a plow. Daughter Ann, clothes. Dauhter Temperance Falconer "my mantle." Son William, a three-year-old bull. Son Emanuel Falconer a young steer two years old to be delivered to him at my decease. Rest of my estate to my aforesaid friend Thomas Falconer Sr. during his life or until marriage. Upon marriage, the estate is to be divided by sons Francis, Thomas, James, William, Emanuel and daughter Ann Rakes. Thomas Falconer Sr. to be executor. William and Emanuel to be under care of executor Thomas Falconer Sr. if he remains single but if not, then William to within named John Falconer and Emanuel to my son-in-law Burton Francis Falconer.
|iii.||John Faulkner312, born Abt. 1702 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland.|
|1072||iv.||Francis Forkner, born Abt. 1704 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland; died Abt. 1783 in Anson Co., NC.|
|v.||Thomas Forkner312, born Abt. 1706 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland.|
|vi.||Temperance Faulkner312, born Abt. 1708 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland.|
|vii.||James Faulkner312, born Abt. 1714 in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland.|
|viii.||Emanuel Faulkner313, born Abt. 1718 in Queen Anne's County, MD; married Elizabeth Dickerson.|
|i.||Francis Faulkner314, born Abt. 1704 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland315,316; died Abt. 1783 in Anson County, North Carolina317,318; married Abt. 1727318.|
Notes for Francis Faulkner:|
Claude W. Faulkner reports that Francis Faulkner and his sons began moving about 1760 to the Cape Fear River-Black River area of Cumberland County, North Carolina. The John and Thomas Stanfield families, close friends, lived just across the Cape Fear River.
Claude W. Faulkner says this Francis Faulkner appears on the roster of Captain William Eaton's regiment of Granville County, North Carolina 8 October 1754 and on a list of Granville County taxpayers in 1755. He says also that this Francis Falconer and his brothers in law, Corporal Burton Francis Falconer and Private John Rakes, appear on the roll of Captain Emory's company 6 February 1748/49.
Holly Forkner names a sixth son of Francis, Nathan Faulkner.
James Falkner gives Francis Forkner's date of death as 1794.
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