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Marriage: Children:
  1. William /Sanders/: Birth: ABT 1713 in Stafford County,Virginia (parents uncertain, perhaps a brother of Lewis, Y-DNA confirmed). Death: AFT 1773 in Anson County, North Carolina or Spartanburg County, South Carolina

  2. Francis /Sanders/: Birth: ABT 1715 in Stafford County, Virginia. Death: ABT 1760 in Fairfax or Loudoun County, Virginia (probably)

  3. Daniel /Sanders/: Birth: ABT 1717 in Stafford County, Virginia. Death: BEF 6 Oct 1764 in Loudoun County, Virginia

  4. Isaac /Sanders/: Birth: ABT 1720 in Stafford County, Virginia (parentage uncertain). Death: AFT 1744 in Fairfax or Loudoun County, Virginia (probably)

  5. Lewis /Sanders/: Birth: ABT 1724 in Stafford County, Virginia. Death: Aug 1793 in Fairfax County, Virginia


Sources
1. Title:   Sanders of Randolph and Montgomery and Jackson County, Alabama, and other counties...
Note:   Original research articles on the Sanders and related families of Randolph and Montgomery cou
Publication:   http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~sandersgenealogy/genealogy/garybsanders/
Author:   Gary B. Sanders
RepositoryId:   REPO1
Note continued:   nties in North Carolina. The immigrant ancestor of this family, Lewis Sanders, first appeared in Virginia records shortly after 1700; he died in Fairfax County about 1760. Among his descendants were four brothers--William Aaron, Isaac, Francis, and the Reverend Moses Sanders-- who were in North Carolina by the time of the American Revolution. <p> NS2299123 <p> Source Media Type: Internet



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