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James WARNER, whose will was pr. 25 May 1673, did have a son Philip WARNER, named in a codicil, along with sons [sons-in-law] Samuel HOWARD & Henry SEWELL. However, I have found no further record of Philip WARNER. Land records, recorded 8 July 1701, show that James SEWALL deeded to Phillip HOWARD, part of the grant dated 20 Je. 1668, to James WARNER, "Warnersneck." In his lifetime James WARNER made over 100 acres each to Samuel HOWARD and Philip HOWARD, the elder. He devised the remainder to wife Elizabeth for life and then to Johanna SEWALL, mother of the above mentioned James SEWELL, the younger. James WARNER's daughter Catherine married Samuel HOWARD, to whom Johanna and husband Henry SEWALL/SEWELL sold part of the land. Heirs of Johanna and Henry SEWELL contested the sale because it was supposed to stay in the family, but the court upheld the sale.