The Jan/Feb, 2013 issue of the DAR magazine has an article which included information the Fauntlroy family.
"For Apphia, her half=sister Betsy and her nine other siblings, marriages into some of Virginia's most notable families reinforced their social position....many members of the fifth generation of American-born Fauntleroys became Revolutionaries."
"Captain Henry Fauntleroy and brother-in-law Thomas Turner, married to Henry's siter, Jane, suffered through the winter of Valley Forge.Capt. Fauntleroy died at the Battle of Monmouth and a cousin, Lt. Griffin Fauntleroy, died at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse.John Campte Carter, husband of Apphia Fauntleroy, was taken prisoner of war at the Siege of Charleston. Brothers Robert and John Faultleroy served in the Virinia militia, cousin Dr. Samuel Griffin Fauntleroy served with the Maryland militia, and cousin Moore Fauntleroy served with the dragoons of Pennsylvania."
"...Henry and his siblings were first cousins to Washington's sister-in-law, Hannah Bushrod, who had married his brother, John Augustine Washington."
"Two of Henry's brothers, Robert and John, married the Ball sisters, who were Washington's second cousins."
"Henry's older brother Moore served as a physician in the Old Richmond and Essex County regions of Virginia...Moore died in 1802."His younger brother, Robert, was his executor.
There is further information here about their lives and the freeing of their slaves.