This person was created through the import of Shortened files.ged on 30 December 2010.
Ann H Mack, "John Glassford and Company of Virginia and Maryland: Purchasers at the Dumfries Store," The Virginia Genealogist, 31:122-130; 32: 209. Benjamin Willoughby made purchases at the store in Prince William County.
Southern Lineages, Records of Thirteen Families, by A. Evans Wynn, p. 229. 1759-1763 Minute Book of Fauquier Co VA, p. 239.
William's widow Winifred married Edward Sparks in 1763. Benjamin Willoughby received administration expenses for attending court.
Benjamin's wife in the lawsuit mentioned was Susannah, and the suit was against her mother Winifred (--) Wyatt, administrator of the estate of William Wyatt (Wiat). Evans Wynn mentions another lawsuit brought by Winifred Wyatt against Benjamin and John Willoughby, Bk 1, p. 89, Fauquier Co VA. John Willoughby was married to Mary Leachman 10 days after Elijah's marriage to Susannah Leachman. Ramona Duff (Armstrong-266) cites Gott, Abstracts, pp. 89-90. Benjamin Willoughby and Thomas Leachman are clearly listed as sons-in-law of William Wyatt, d 1762.
How does he fit in with the more prominent Willoughby families of VA? Ruth Thomas wrote Ramona Duff that Benjamin was b ca 1725, the son of William Willoughby, b ca 1668, Dorchester Co MD.
Possibly also a daughter Mary Willoughby born about 1773. Married to John Mace. This couple were in Greene Co., TN prob. late 1700's and in 1800's. 3 sons came to Putnam/Clay Co., IN area in early 1800's. David, Isaac, & Nicholas Mace. (Genforum)
Snippet view at googlebooks.com has John P Alcock, Fauquier families, 1759-1799: comprehensive indexed abstracts of tax and ..., page 375: "Thomas Montgomerie sues separately him and Benjamin Willoughby and him and John Willoughby Jr. D 7-142, 1779. He & Eleanor Willoughby sell 200 ..."
Greene County, Tennessee Tax List, Taxable Property of Captain James Guthrie's Company for the year 1798, at http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngreene/tax018.htm. Included are Elijah Willobay, John Willoby, Benj. Willobay Sen, James Donica, Thomas Donica.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Benjamin by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Benjamin: