I have a photo copy of part of Richard Bennett's will:
principal Probate Registry of London, Sept 25, 1749 ( when will was made- not when the brothers came over!)Will Bk A Maryland (Queen Anne Co?) pg 106-110 #28 (??) then, pg 467-478, section 199 (reference not clear)
Richard Bennett, s/o Lord Bennett, d. 1749. disposed of his land (owned almost all of Queen Anne, Caroline & Talbot Co.s) He freed his slaves & forgave debts. WILLIAM SATTERFIELD was listed. JOHN, JOSEPH, EDWARD & BENJAMIN were witnesses; all of Queen Anne Co.BENJ. & Edward were spelled SATERFIELD, others: Satterfield. They had to be there at leas 7 yrs before 1749. All indentured people & time forgiven. WillIAM still had time to serve, but forgiven, the others were witnesses. (7 yrs was usual indenture to pay off passage)
EDWARD was in Md. before 1702, and d. there in 1735.
Edward Wilkison, by will of 2 Nov 1700--28 Nov 1701,left to EDWARD SATTERFIELD a personalty, Talbot Co, Md.
Then, in deed Bk 1 Berkeley Co, Va in 1744 A judgement against WILLIAM & BENJAMIN SATTERFIELD.
"Colonial Soldiers of Va" by Bockruck: BENJAMIN SATTERFIELD missed musters. In one place he is listed as BENJAMIN JR, Frederick Co, Va, 2 Sept 1755
Court Order Bk 7, Frederick Co,Va, pg 291:Court session of Wed, Oct 5, 1757 - Gersham Keys vs BENJ. SATTERFIELD, being agreed, case ordered to be dismist(sic)
This puts BENJ. in Va much earlier than I previously thought. What does this tell you?