King George County, Virginia -
From a Deed dated 27 October 1766 between William Carter and Frances his wife of the County of Spotsylvania; Whereas Simon Tomison by his last will and testament recorded in the court of Stafford County bequeathed to his Daughter, Margaret Tomison, at whose death the same descended to her Daughter, Elizabeth Kenyon, grandmother to William Carter [party to these presents] which Elizabeth Kenyon dying intestate without an heir male the land descended in equal proportions to her six Daughters, SARAH, MARGARET, ELIZABETH, ANN, FRANCES and MILLION which land was by Abraham Kenyon, the husband to Elizabeth, and by his will bequeathed to William Carter, which Sarah Kenyon who intermarried with John Carter, and dying intestate her part descended to her Eldest Son and Heir at Law, William Carter.
(Will of Abraham Kenyon - dated 5 Jan 1749/50 - my dear Daughter Sarah Carter - a negro man and woman. To William Carter, son of John Carter and Sarah his wife, 300 acres in the forest on the head of Muddy Creek. John Carter executor. Probated 2 Mar 1749/50 King George County, Virginia)
Sarah Kenyon Carter was the mother of 4 of the children of Capt John Carter:
(1) William Carter m Frances Curtis
(2) Elizabeth Carter m Owen Thomas, Jr - 2 children, daughter Sarah Kenyon Thomas
(3) Capt John Carter (Jr) m Mary Brock - eldest daughter, Sarah Kenyon Carter
(4) Anne Carter m William Alsop