I see that I did not pull enough information to give you; however this is what I found last night:In the book "The Stephen-Daniel Line of the Noland Family" by Edward Ronsheim on page 9:"Although the record discloses five children, it is probably that Daniel and Henrietta had a larger family. ... Henrietta qualified as administrator in april of 1761, Daniel probably having died in that month or March.In the will of Ledstone Smallwood, Henrietta (his daughter) and her daughter, Elizabeth each received a shilling.This, again, may be taken to show she already had received a dowry or other property before his death."
"It seems probable that the early death of Daniel, even before his last son was born, was responsible for the great migration which began as soon as these children were old enough to break away.Authorities agree that Daniel did not leave a will.And, of course, there was no final settlement recorded.Jesse, the last child, was barely of age when the Revolution ended.Henrietta filed for renewel as administrator each three months until July 1771, more than ten years after Daniel had died.In November she filed for renewal in Frederick County and so provides an exact date the family moved from Charles; just under 80 years after Peirce had taken land there."(I don't know if the Frederick Co. referred to is the one in MD or VA; Nolands lived in both counties; however, I believe it was Virginia because she had relatives living there at that time.)
On page 10 he states "..Ledstone (b. 1750) was married in North Carolina in 1770.So we may feel that part of the family had moved from Maryland late in 1769 or early the next year.... Stephen, Ledstone, and James (sons of Daniel and Henrietta) do not appear in Rowan County tax records until 1778. That the mother followed is definite because the younger son, Jesse (b. 1761) took her back to Virginia in 1780 (probably Frederick Co.) when fighting came near to Rowan County."
Unless I am confused, Ronsheim has mentioned a daughter Elizabeth, and sons Stephen (b. 1745), Ledstone (b.1750), James, and Jesse (b. 1761).Elizabeth's grandfather, Ledtone Smallwood died about 1755, I believe, so she was born before that year, since she was mentioned in his will.
My personal charts indicate my ancestor Daniel Noland was born in 1712, married in 1738, died 1761; all in Charles Co., MD.His wife Henrietta was born in 1718 in Charles Co.; died about 1780 in Virginia/Maryland.
Their son Stephen (also my ancestor) was born in 1745 in Charles Co.MD, and married there in 1763 ; however, he died in 1792 in Rowan/Davie Co., NC.Since his parents were married in 1738, there were probably children born before Stephen.