Sarah CLOE was married in 1750. Her children would have been named Green, therefore the following Foxworthys, to retain the name must have been born to a Foxworthy.We are talking about a few people in an area where a few hour's horse and buggy ride would connect all the homes. There were only 448 families in Stafford on the 1790 Census. Stafford, Prince William and Fauquier Co.s meet at one point and our relatives houses were in this area. We have one batch of 8 P.W.C. children born between 1779 and 1798, evidently born to William who was born in PWC in 1758.There is another group of children born between 1785 and 1797 in Stafford Co.Phillip is the only Foxworthy homeowner on the SC 1790 Census. He had 6 people living in his home, 1 dwelling and 0 other buildings, so he was problably not a farmer.William was born in 1758, Phillip about 1760 and a James in 1761. Since Sarah MARRIED in 1750 these could not have been her brothers but must have been the sons of at least two of her brothers.James is not listed in the 1790 Census but could have been one of the six in Phillip's householdor a resident in PWC.I'm glad I'm not researching the Green family.They are prevalent over most of the state from the mid 1600s.On the 1790 Census in S.there is a Jesse Green with 5 in his home, 1 dwelling and 1 other building. There is a Robert Green with 8-1-1 and another Robert Green with 8-1-1.This was 40 years after Sarah was married to Daniel. Evidently Sarah and her brothers were not born in Va.Would you like the names and birth years of the children?