from The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland by Joshua Dorsey Warfield
The youngest son of Richard and Elinor (Browne) Warfield, was Benjamin [Warfield], who joined his brother, Richard, in surveying Wincopin Neck, in the forks of Savage and Middle River, immediately at Savage Factory. This was willed to his daughter, Elizabeth Ridgely, by both himself and his brother Richard.
Benjamin Warfield's inheritance in Warfield's Range was never occupied by him. He surveyed Benjamin's Discovery, in Anne Arundel.
He married Elizabeth Duvall, daughter of Captain John and Elizabeth (Jones) Duvall. Her marriage dower was a tract of 780 acres, known as Lugg-Ox, in the forks of the Patuxent. This adjoined his own survey.
One son, Joshua, and a daughter, Elizabeth, were their issue.
Benjamin Warfield died in early manhood, in 1717, leaving his children minors. His widow married John Gaither, the second, who administered.