David, My file shows Samuel Peachey’s in-laws to be JOHN Webb and Jane Smith - no dates or locations and unfortunately no sources mentioned; so I’ll have to go back thru my records and see if I can work out where I got the information.
I think we are working with the same Sam - too many similarities. Does your source say if Sam was alive at the time of the will or was “dau of Sam Py” just used to identify Jean.
Of course my source is not necessarily complete. Most families in those days were more than two children.
The Peachey family home was the Mildenhall Plantation on the north shore of the Rappahannock R. in Richmond Co; it is now the village of Sharps.
To confuse things a bit more I found an article at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genkim/Main.htmlhttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genkim/Main.html about Gaskills Neck, Mt Holly, NJ. in which there is a reference to a William Peachey who arrived on the “Kent” in 1677.Now in the tree I have Wm was born abt 1672 and came over as a young lad with his uncle.But there is nothing to show them going anywhere near NJ. And he is unlikely to have been involved in land transactions in 1677 aged about 8.So maybe there was another William Peachey who immigrated to NJ rather than VA. and as a result there is a whole different line. But I have found nothing else on this NJ line.