According to the "Memoir of Rev. Samuel B. McPheeters, D.D. by grasy, John S. 1819-1870. The second daughter Martha, while living in Pennsylvania, married Samuel Donney/Downey, and afterward removed with her husband to Augusta county, Virginia.
According to "The McPheeters Family, The descendants of William McPheeters", Martha married Samuel Downey, not Donney. Martha died in Augusta co, VA.
She was the mother of 14 children with Samuel;
Rebecca Donney/Downey-(1747-1820), married a Mr. McCutchen, of Augusta county, and had a numerous family.
Mary Ann married Capt. Charles Campbell, of Rockbridge county. (brother of Elizabeth campbell); Besides other children, she was the mother of Dr. Campbell of Lexington; of John W. Campbell of Petersburg, and of William Campbell, who married my youngest sister. She died in Ky.
Betsey Donney, the sixth daughter, married Major Wilson, of Rockbridge. She was the mother of Rev. James C. Wilson, of Waynesboro, Va.
Margaret Downey-(1755-1816), also, married Charle Campbell and was the consort of James Trotter-(1753-1827).
Rachel Downey-(1759-1816), married John Wilson on 18 March 1779 and they had 4 children; Elizabeth-13march 1780, Infant-stillborn, James Campbell-21 Oct 1784, and Samuel-2 May 1786.
Elizabeth Downey, Blair-(1756-1836), married William Blair-(1741- ) and thier known children are Elizabeth Blair, Beard-1792-1842) and Martha Blair, Sims-(1795-1872).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Martha 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 Martha: