I believe all Thomas and Susanna's children except Samuel were daughters. Thomas Peay's will showed Samuel and his mother as co-administrators and mentioned that "the said Sam", of whose financial ability he apparently didn't think much, was not obligated to clothe his sisters. Glad they didn't need him.
Sam married another good money manager, Eliza Jordan, and after his death she sued Susanna, presumably in regard to Thomas's will.
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