Sarah was born about 1720, or later. In 1741, at the time of her father's will, she was still underage and the will stated that if her mother died, she was to go to her sister Elizabeth, who was married to Philip Nowland. Sarah and Pierce Noland were married by 1748 (probably earlier, Charles was born in 1748, but it seems he was not their first child). Their last child, George, was born in 1763.
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Cole Aubrey, information added through the import of aubrey-2 (1).ged on Jul 3, 2014, creating Awbrey-116. (This may have been a daughter who died young: only information was that she was born in 1711, with two locations: Prince William County and Fairfax.)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Sarah by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Sarah:
Awbrey-206 and Awbrey-34 appear to represent the same person because: Hi! You've added quite a lot of duplicates for the Awbrey family that my ancestor Sarah Awbrey (Awbrey-34) belongs to, so I'm guessing that this unconnected minimalist profile for a Prince William County Sarah is meant to be for Sarah, sister of Elizabeth who you also had as dead in 1740 (apparently based on dad's 1741 will). If so, please merge. If not, please add additional information to Awbrey-206 to help us figure out who she might be (the link to Ancestry is not useful). Thanks! Liz
Awbrey-116 and Awbrey-34 appear to represent the same person because: These are a match too, so please merge. However, for Sarah, birth in 1711 can't be right, as she was underage at the time of her father's 1741 will. Cheers, Liz