Lynn, I believe that Josiah and the John who died in 1759 were brothers and that their father was Perrin Allday. The Alldays were first in Henrico Co. but Perrin moved west to Lunen- burg Co. and then was in Charlotte Co. after it was created out of Lunenburg. Perrin's son Josiah, married in Lunenburg in 1760, Ann, the daughter of Richard Womack. Of the four sons of John, Peter died serving in the CL during the War. John also served but survived the War if it was he who was in the CL and not the John who was Josiah's brother.This John's wife was Mary, living in Charlotte Co. at the time of the Revolution. Benjamin also served in the Revolution. I have the names of Perrin's three wives if you would like to have them. His youngest son was Seth, child of his second marriage, named for his long time friend, Seth Ward, rather than his step-father, Seth Hatcher, who married his mother, Elizabeth Perrin Allday when Perrin was a boy of sixteen. His older sister Sarah received her share of her father's estate, but Perrin is not found to have received an inheritance from his father possibly because of his age at the time and/or his mother's remarriage.