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Edward DARNALL
Sarah ROBEY
Husband:  Edward DARNALL
Birth:  1670/1
Death:  1754
Marriage:
Wife:  Sarah ROBEY
Father:  John ROBEY
Mother:  Sarah BERRY
Children:
1.  John DARNALL, b. ca. 1705; d. 1735; m. Rachel __?__
2.  Edward DARNALL, b. ca. 1707
3.  William DARNALL, b. ca. 1709
4.  Isaac DARNALL, b. ca 1710/1 
5.  Thomas DARNALL, b. 1713 
6.  Mary DARNALL; m. Mr. MORELAND
7.  Sarah DARNALL, m. Thomas ARVIN
8.  Elizabeth DARNALL; m. 1751, Charles Co., MD, William THOMAS
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Sources:

1.  Harry Clyde Smith, et al. 1954/79.  The Darnall, Darnell Family, including Darneal, Darneille, Darnielle, Darnold, Dernall, Durnall, Durnell, and names variously spelled, with allied families.  2 vols.  American Offset Printers, Los Angeles, CA (online at GenealogyLibrary.com).  On p.1 of Section IV:
Mrs. Florence Culver has copied verbatim ad literatum from the Charles Co. Court Records at LaPlata, Md., the following from Book N, p. 336, 1688: 
"Edward Darnoll servant to Mr. Phillip Lynds [Lynes] being according to act of Assembly brought hither to hand [have?] his age adjudged for Conveying to this country without Indenture it is adjudged by ye court hereupon bein' of ye said servant that he is seventeen years of age and ordered that he serve his said master or his assigns according to act in that case made and provided."
At what age Edward married and the locale of his activities prior to 1714 when he prayed for a cattle mark for his son, John, is not known to us.  On 27 April 1727, Henry Darnel, acting as agent for His Lordship, Baltimore, conveyed to Edward Darnel a portion of His Lordship's Manor of Zachia, situated in Charles Co., Md., for the period of three lifetimes -- a period of ninety-nine years. 

His will, written 1751 and probated in 1754, bequeaths to William Thomas, 1 negro man Jack, one cow with her future increase, one feather bed and furniture, to him and his heirs.  My son Edward two cows and calves and hand mill which are mentioned to him in a bond; also one cupboard, to him and his heirs.  My son William one feather bed with strip ticking and bolster, rugg, and two pillows to him and his heirs.  My son Isaac my old gunn.  The rest of my personal estate whether moveable or immovable to be equally divided among the rest of my children named as follows:  Thomas, Mary, Sarah, and Elizabeth to them and their heirs.  I constitute my son Edward executor. 

The surname of Edward, Sr. 's wife, Sarah, is established by her will, 1738, Bk 02, p. 359, Charles Co., Md.

2.  LDS.  Ancestral File (online).

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