Margaret married Captain Scarlett[e] Madden sometime before 1748. Margaret and Scarlett[e] had six children: Fanny (b. c. 1748, d. 1784), Elizabeth (b. c. 1748, d. 1803), George (b. c. 1750, d. 1 July 1782), Unknown (b. 1751, d. 1783), Margaret (b. c . 1755), Frances (b. 1763, d. c. 1850).
On 4 July 1768, there was a court hearing regarding a slave, Crafford, belonging to Scarlet Madden, who was being indicted for burglary and intent to murder, Margaret, the wife of Scarlet Madden. The court found him not guilty. The court also found him not guilty of a second charge of burglary of the meat house. The court found him guilty of a third charge of theft of a blanket, a shirt and a hat, but not to the degree that he should be punished by death. The court ordered the Sheriff to give him 39 lashes.
Margaret's husband Scarlett[e] Madden will leaves part of his estate to the following children: Elizabeth Glasscock, Frances Reno, Peggy (Margaret) Cox, Franny (Frances) Newman; Grandchild: Betsey Madden; Wife: Margaret Madden; As well as the following: John Posey Newman, Kesia Stone.
Margaret died sometime after 1798 in Virginia. She is buried at Rockburn Cemetery, King George County, Virginia.
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