Family:James Buchanan and Martha Allison (2)

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Marriage[1] 1722
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Genealogy Report for James Buchanan and Martha Allison:


Descendants of James Buchanan


Generation No. 1

1. JAMES5 BUCHANAN (ALEXANDER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, GEORGE1)1,2 was born Abt. 1700 in Ireland3,4, and died 1764 in Augusta County, Virginia5,6. He married (1) MARTHA ALLISON7,8 17229,10, daughter of ALEXANDER ALLISON. She was born Abt. 1706 in Northern Ireland, and died Abt. 174211. He married (2) MARY RESIDE Abt. 1742. She died Aft. 1746.

Notes for JAMES BUCHANAN: From Chalkley's Augusta County, VA Court Orders:

AUGUST 15, 1759. (287) Wm. Buchanan qualifies on estate of James Buchanan, the heir-at-law having refused. John Potts, appraiser of Robert Clark.

Page 379 - - 9th June, 1761. James Buchanan's will - - To son Alexander Buchanan; to son Archibald Buchanan; to son John Buchanan; to sons Wm. and Robt. Buchanan; to wife Mary Buchanan; to sons Geo. and David Buchanan; to daughter Rebecky Buchanan. Executors, wife Mary and son Alexander. Teste: Daniel Nerrity, Jas. McCown, Wm. Scott. Proved, 19th March, 1765, by Daniel Harrison and Wm. Scott. Executors qualified, with Jno. Wallace, Jno. Buchanan. (Mary's mark).


http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~hotel/old1/71John%20McAfee.htm

15. MARGARET4 MCAFEE (JAMES3, JOHN2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1745 in Pennsylvania. She married GEORGE BUCHANAN in Kentucky, son of JAMES BUCHANAN and MARY RESIDE. He was born Abt. 1746 in Virginia, and died 1811 in Mercer Co. Kentucky.

Notes for GEORGE BUCHANAN:

Farmer, non slave owner.

Fought in War of Independence

  • other source says death Est. 1817-1819*

More About GEORGE BUCHANAN:

Cousin of: President James Buchannan


Children of MARGARET MCAFEE and GEORGE BUCHANAN are:

i. ANNE5 BUCHANAN, m. JOESPH WOODS, October 05, 1803, Mercer Co. Kentucky.

Notes for ANNE BUCHANAN:

Lived in Mercer Co. Kentucky

Notes for JOESPH WOODS:

cousin to Joesph Woods married to wife's sister Dorcas.

ii. DORCAS BUCHANAN, m. JOESPH WOODS, June 29, 1815, Mercer Co. Kentucky.

Notes for JOESPH WOODS:

Cousin to Joesph Woods married to wife's sister Anne.

iii. JAMES BUCHANAN, m. REBECCA ARMSTRONG, January 03, 1793, Mercer Co. Kentucky.

iv. JANE BUCHANAN, m. WILLIAM MCCAMPBLE.

v. MARGARET BUCHANAN, m. WILLIAM EWING.

vi. MARY BUCHANAN, m. ? PURVIANCE, Kentucky.

vii. NANCY BUCHANAN, m. THOMAS GILKERSON, April 14, 1808, Mercer Co. Kentucky.

40. viii. JOHN BUCHANAN, b. May 17, 1768, Wythe Co., Virginia; d. September 20, 1834, Green Co., Kentucky.

41. ix. ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, b. Abt. 1769; d. December 03, 1806.



JAMES BUCHANAN, was born in Northern Ireland to Alexander Buchanan. He came with his father and two brothers to America about 1702. They settled first in Nottingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Later he moved to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He married, first, Martha Allison about 1725 in Pennsylvania. She was born about 1706 in Northern Ireland, daughter of Alexander Allison. The Allisons came to America about 1720, settling for a while in Nottingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.

           James was listed as being among the very early settlers in Augusta County, Virginia, having settled in the Walker’s Creek section around 1745. He served on the Shawnee Expedition as a Sergeant. He was a Colonial Soldier. He owned a great deal of property, having acquired it several hundred acres at a time. He served as a Justice of the Peace in Augusta County, Virginia for 20 years.
           Martha died about 1740 – 42 in Augusta County, Virginia.
           Children: 


   9. i.  Alexander Buchanan, b. abt 1726; d. 1798; unmarried. Served as a lieutenant in 1753/54 and as a sergeant under Capt. William Preston in the French and Indian War in 1755/56 and received land for his service. On September 26, 1786, the Wythe County Court recommended that he be appointed a justice of the peace. On May 25, 1790, it recommended he be appointed a militia lieutenant. He died in Wythe County, Virginia, leaving his property to the children of his brother, Robert.

 
10. ii.  Archibald Buchanan, b. abt 1728; d. wp 7 Oct 1806; m. Mrs. Agnes (Bowen) McFerrin

 
11. iii. John Buchanan, b. abt 1730; m. Martha Buchanan

 
12. iv.  James Buchanan, b. abt 1734; d. abt 1759, killed by Indians during the French and Indian War.

 
13. v.  William Buchanan, b. abt 1736; d. wp 2 Sep 1805; m. Isabella Montgomery.

 
14.  vi. Janet Buchanan, b. abt 1738

 
15.  vii. Rebecca Buchanan, b. abt 1740; m. William Hall

 
16.  viii.  Robert Buchanan, b. abt 1742; d. 7 Jan 1809; m. Margaret McCutcheon

           James married, second, Mary Reside, in about 1742 in Augusta County, Virginia.
           Children: 
17.  i. George Buchanan, b. abt 1746; d. June 1813; m. Margaret McAfee.

 
18. ii. David Buchanan, b. 15 Jul 1749; d. Aug 1818; m. Susannah Ware.

           James wrote a will on June 9, 1761. On March 19, 1765 James’ will was proven. It reads as follows: 
 “In the name of God, Amen, I, James Buchanan of the Parish of Augusta and Colony of Virginia, farmer, being sick and weak of body but of sound disposing memory, blessed be God for his mercy and seeing it is appointed for all men to die, have made this ninth day of June, and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty. 1. I first do commit my soul to Almighty God the giver and my body to be buried in such decent manner as my executors shall cause and to what worldly goods it pleased God to bestow upon me I dispose of them in the following manner and first my will is that all my lawful debts by me contracted be hastily paid by my estate as also that all debts due me may be collected by my executor and Secondly, I give and bequeath to my son Alexander Buchanan one two-year old heifer to be paid him of my estate also my silver sleeve button. Thirdly I give and bequeath unto my son Archibald Buchanan twenty shillings current money to be paid of my estate. Fourthly I give and bequeath to my John Buchanan my blue strait coat and the jacket belonging to said coat and Fifthly I give and bequeath to my sons William and Robert Buchanan to each of them 100 acres of land I now dwell on to be surveyed off the estate and of my said tract not to take any of the new cleared grassland that is farmed to them and their heirs and assigns forever and I order my executors to make them a deed for all said land and Sixthly I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife Marey Buchanan the house I now dwell in and the one third the new cleared land and wood land; all her life if she does not marry if she marrys I order her to clear said place and have no further claim to said land as also I give to my well beloved wife the bed I now lie on with what cloath belongs to said bed and Seventhly I give and bequeath to my sons George Buchanan and David Buchanan two hundred fifteen acres where I now dwell with all the improvements thereunto belonging that is to each of them one hundred seven acres and a half reserving their mother’s right to the one third during her life and I order my executors to make them a deed forever for said lands and Eighthly I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecky Buchanan two cows and two calves and one two year old and one yearling. One bed and the chair belonging to said bed also I give to my dearly beloved wife Marey Buchanan my sorrel mare. I also give unto my son George Buchanan my black horse and as to the rest of my cows and sheep I order them to be equally divided between my well beloved wife Marey Buchanan and my sons George Buchanan and David Buchanan also my sheep equally devided between the said three persons also my great pot to my wife and the rest of my household goods to be devided as my wife shall see proper and Ninthly and lastly I constitute and appoint my well beloved wife and my son Alexander to be my executors to execute this last will and testament and hereby disannul and make void all other wills and testaments made by me and do publish and declare this to be my last will and testament as witness my hand and seal the day and year above written. 

Signed James Buchanan.

Signed, sealed and delivered to us Daniel Harmon, James McCown and William Scott.”


James Buchanan To go to the ancestor chart on which this person is listed, go HERE, or HERE, or HERE.


http://www.tombuchanan.net/gene/pages/c2-8.html

JAMES BUCHANAN

   He was born about 1702 (possibly at the time in Northern Ireland) and moved to West Nottingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania about 1725. He married Martha Allison  shortly after. In 1726, James and his father in law Alexander Allison asked the Colony of Pennsylvania for a Grant of 200 acres each on Octorord Creek.
   He moved to Augusta County, Virginia about 1743 where Martha soon died. About 1746 he married Mary Reside.

(Family record written by Alexander Buchanan (1763-1858), 3rd son of John Buchanan , and belonging to Felix Grundy Buchanan in 1930; Chester County, Pennsylvania Tax Lists, 1718-1748; Pennsylvania Archives (Second Series) XIX, 745 (Philadelphia, 1853, Harrisburg, 1874-1935)

   James was a Justice of the Augusta County Court in 1757. On November 14, 1757 he bought 415 acres crossing Hays Creek on the Borden Patent Line from the executors of Benjamin Borden for L10. He devised his property to several of his sons in his Will made on June 9, 1761. He died 1764 in Abingdon, Virginia and his Will probated March 19, 1765.

(Lyman Chalkey, "Records of Augusta County, Virginia", (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, reprinted 1965), I, 77; Augusta County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 500, Will Book 3, page 379)

Children (with Martha Allison) 1)John Buchanan, Sr.

2)Alexander Buchanan: (1728 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - 1798 in Wythe County, Virginia)

3)Archibald Buchanan : b. abt. 1728 (note: this sources listed birthdate as 1748, but this could not have been true since his mother died around 1742 or before), Augusta Co. Va. Died 1806 in Davidson County, TN. Married first, Nancy Bowen, daughter of James Bowen and Lillie McIlhaney. Married (2) before 1761, Agnes (Bowen) McFerrin, widow of Rev. James McFerrin (and Nancy Bowen's sister). Two of their children were: Martha Buchanan - born about 1762 and James Buchanan - born July 16, 1763.

4)James Buchanan, Jr.: (1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - 1780 in Saltville, Virginia)

5)William Buchanan: (1740 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - ????) He married Isabella Montgomery.

6)Robert Buchanan: (1742 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - ????) He married Margaret McCutchan.

7)Rebecca Buchanan: (1734 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - ????) She married 1st, Robert Brafford. 2nd, William Hall, Jr.

8)Janet Buchanan: (1738 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - 1745)


Children (with Mary Reside) 1)George Buchanan: (1747 in Augusta County, Virginia - ????) He married Margaret McAfee.

2)David Buchanan: (1749 in Augusta County, Virginia -????) He married Susannah Wares.


Children of JAMES BUCHANAN and MARTHA ALLISON are:

  • i. ARCHIBALD6 BUCHANAN12,13, b. Abt. 1728, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1806, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee14,15; m. (1) NANCY BOWEN, 1750; b. Abt. 1732, Orange County, Virginia; d. 1759, Augusta County, Virginia; m. (2) AGNES BOWEN16,17, 10 May 176118,19; b. Abt. 173520,21; d. Abt. 1803, Davidson County, Tennessee22,23.

Notes for ARCHIBALD BUCHANAN: From Genforum.com post:

Re: Robert Allison, w/Hannah McClure, VA Posted by Robert Powell Carver on August 29, 1998 at 11:53:07:

In Reply to: Re: Robert Allison, w/Hannah McClure, VA posted by Bill Parris on August 02, 1998 at 09:29:03:

Were these ALLISONS related, by chance, to the MARTHA ALLISON who was the first wife of JAMES BUCHANAN of Augusta Co., VA? They were married about 1722, and had children who included a son named ROBERT. I am descended from their son, ARCHIBALD BUCHANAN (ca.1728- 1806) who married (1) NANCY BOWEN; and (2) her sister, AGNES BOWEN McFERRIN. The latter couple came to Davidson Co., TN.

Bob


Notes for NANCY BOWEN:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~oldpend/bowen/bowg03.htm 6. Nancy Bowen (John , Moses ) was born 1729 in Orange Co., VA. She died 1759 in Augusta, VA.

Nancy married Archibald Buchanan on 1750. Archibald was born 1730 in Chester Co., PA. He died 1806 in Nashville, TN.

They had the following children:

 37 M i James Bowen Buchanan. 
 38 F ii Mary Bowen Buchanan. 
 39 F iii Lillie Bowen Buchanan. 
 40 M iv William Buchanan was born 1755 in Augusta Co., VA. He died in Fayette Co., KY. 
       William married (1) Eleanor Cunningham. 
       William also married (2) Sarah Read. 

+ 41 M v Spencer Eggleston Buchanan was born 1757 and died 1840.

 42 M vi John Buchanan was born 1759 in Augusta Co., VA. 
       John married Elizabeth Neil. 


Notes for AGNES BOWEN: From Chalkley's Augusta County, VA Court Orders:

MAY 19, 1761. (3) Agnes Buchanan qualifies admx. of her late husband, James McFarron, decd., now wife of Archibald Buchanan


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~oldpend/bowen/bowg02.htm#193219C 8. Agnes Bowen (John , Moses ) was born about 1735 in Orange Co., VA. She died 1803 in Davidson Co., TN.

Agnes married (1) James McFerran in VA. James was born in VA. He died before 1760.

Agnes also married (2) Archibald Buchanan on 14 May 1760 in VA. Archibald was born 1730 in Chester Co., PA. He died 1806 in Nashville, TN.

They had the following children:

+ 50 F i Martha Buchanan was born 1761. + 51 M ii James Buchanan was born 16 Jul 1763 and died 14 Feb 1841.

 52 F iii Lillie Buchanan was born about 1765 in Augusta Co., VA. She died 17 Aug 1855 in MO. 
       Lillie married James Wills. 
 53 F iv Mary Buchanan was born about 1767. 
 54 F v Rebecca Buchanan was born 6 Oct 1768 in Augusta Co., VA. She died 1865 in Nashville, TN. 
       Rebecca married Robert Shannon on 11 Apr 1790. 
 55 F vi Nancy Buchanan was born about 1770 in Augusta Co., VA. 
       Nancy married Benjamin Drew on 14 Jan 1799 in Nashville, TN. 
 56 F vii Ellen Buchanan was born about 1771. 


  • ii. ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, b. 1728, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
  • iii. JOHN BUCHANAN, CAPT., b. Abt. 1732, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. Aft. 1806; m. MARTHA BUCHANAN, Abt. 1756; b. 1738, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. Prob. Wythe County, Virginia.

Notes for JOHN BUCHANAN, CAPT.: http://www.tombuchanan.net/gene/pages/c2-4.html

Captain John Buchanan

   He was born about 1732 (other sources state 1724 or 1730) in Chester County, Pennsylvania and moved to Augusta County, Virginia about 1743. He was a weaver and farmer. 
   On March 19, 1753, he bought 370 acres on Walker's Creek adjoining his father, James Buchanan, from Benjamin Borden. He then sold that land to James McCown. 
   On August 20, 1754, he bought 240 acres in Beverly Manor on the patent line from James and Margaret Roseborough for L63 (another source states L50). He Married about 1756 (another source states 1758) making the connection with the Augusta County Buchanans who were already living there. 
   In 1761 he posted bond for the administration of the estate of James McFerrin. On August 20, 1771, he and his wife sold their 240 acre plantation to Charles Berry for L90.

(Family record written by Alexander Buchanan, 3rd son of this John Buchanan. Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 6, page 347. Deed Book 17, page 282. Will Book 3, page 23)

   In 1771, John and his wife moved to Locus Cove in Rich Valley in what is now Smyth County, Virginia. When he aquired his lands there has not been determined and since there were several men with the same name in Augusta County and Southwest, Virginia, it is difficult to determine which references are to him.

Note:There is a John Buchanan who was a Captain of a Virginia unit, according to American Geneaological Research Institute- "Buchanan Family History" page 63. This John Buchanan who also married a Martha Buchanan was born 1724 and died 1783.

   On September 8, 1774 an Indian raid through Locus Cove caused his family and that of his brother Archibald to take refuge in Royal Oak Fort- now Marion, Virginia.

(Botetourt County, Virginia, Tax List, 1772; Goodridge Wilson, "Smythe County History and Traditions" (Kingsport, Tennessee, Kingsport Press, 1932, page 53).

   In 1776, as a resident of the western part of Fincastle County, he signed a petition to divide the county; on November 25, 1795, he signed a petition to form what became Tazawell County, Virginia. 
   On November 14 and 15, 1784, John had surveyed two tracts of 90 and 160 acres in Rich Vally on the North Fork of the Holston River. On June 21, 1806, he gave his son Patrick 274 acres on the North Fork. On June 26, 1806, he gave John Buchanan, Jr. 128 acres in Locus Cove and he gave his son James Buchanan 148 in Locus Cove and 148 acres on the North Fork of the Holston River.

(Washington County, Virginia Entries and Surveys, Book 1, pages 104, 113. Wythe County, Virginia Deed Book 5, pages 236, 131, 132. Book 4, page 387)

   Family tradition has long stated that John died in 1781 of wounds received at Guilford Courthouse, but these deeds of 1806 would seem to refute that. No record has been found of his death or the settlement of his estate. 

Children 1)James Buchanan

2)John Buchanan, Jr.: Born June 4, 1761 at Plasterco, Washington County, Virginia, married Nancy Wright (1771-1860), he died 1831. Children: James Buchanan (1793-1875), Mary Randolph Buchanan (1795-1870 Texas), Wilson Buchanan (1797-1873), Patrick Campbell Buchanan (1799-????), John Buchanan (1801-????), Martha A. Buchanan (1802-????), Ann P. Buchanan (1805-????), John R. Buchanan (1808-1840), Nancy Buchanan (1810-????), Thompson Buchanan (1817-1890).

3)Alexander Buchanan: Born January 28, 1763, Married 1st Anne Turley (????-????). Children: Solon Buchanan (1800-1855), David Buchanan (1802-????), Martha Buchanan (1804-1833). Alexander then married Janie Lamie (July 4, 1772-December 7, 1853) Agnes Lamie's sister. Children: John Buchanan (1809-1882), Samuel Lamie Buchanan (1812-????). (Note: Samuel's son by Elizabeth Watson (not married), Flavius Jerome Buchanan married Itura Webb Emily Webb's sister) Alexander died 1858.

4)Archibald Buchanan: Born May 4, 1767, Married Mariah Elizabeth Young (???? - ????) in 1836. He died 1843. Children: Archibald Thompson Buchanan (about 1808 - ????). By 1850, Archibald Thompson Buchanan and family had moved to Lee County, Virginia.

5)George Buchanan

6)Patrick Buchanan: Born August 13, 1777, Married Elizabeth Hayter. Child: Patrick Campbell Buchanan (1822-1877).


Notes for MARTHA BUCHANAN: http://www.tombuchanan.net/gene/pages/c2-5.html

Martha Buchanan

   She was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania in 1738 and Married about 1756 making the connection with the Smyth County Buchanans. On August 20, 1771, she and her husband sold their 240 acre plantation to Charles Berry for L90.

(Family record written by Alexander Buchanan, 3rd son of Martha. Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 6, page 347. Deed Book 17, page 282. Will Book 3, page 23)

   In 1771, she and John moved to Locus Cove in Rich Valley in what is now Smyth County, Virginia. On September 8, 1774 an Indian raid through Locus Cove caused her family to take refuge in Royal Oak Fort- now Marion, Virginia.

(Botetourt County, Virginia, Tax List, 1772; Goodridge Wilson, "Smythe County History and Traditions" (Kingsport, Tennessee, Kingsport Press, 1932, page 53).

    No record has been found of her death but one source suggests she died in Wythe County, Virginia. 


  • iv. JAMES BUCHANAN24,25, b. 1732, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. 176326,27.
  • v. REBECCA BUCHANAN28,29, b. 1734, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. WFT Est. 1737-183130,31; m. (1) ROBERT BRAFFORD, WFT Est. 1752-1760; m. (2) WILLIAM HALL32,33, WFT Est. 1758-178234,35; b. WFT Est. 1711-174836,37; d. WFT Est. 1737-182638,39.
  • vi. JANET BUCHANAN40,41, b. 1738, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. 174542,43.
  • vii. MR. WILLIAM BUCHANAN44,45, b. 1740, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. Abt. 1805, Augusta County, Virginia; m. ISABELLA MONTGOMERY46,47, WFT Est. 1758-176848,49; b. WFT Est. 1740-175050,51; d. 1792, Rockbridge County, Virginia52.

Notes for MR. WILLIAM BUCHANAN: More research is needed on this William Buchanan, some records appear to be in conflict.


From Chalkley's Augusta County, Virginia Court Records:

Page 92. - - William Buchanan's will (farmer), dated, 1st October, 1804 - - Wife Isabella; son, James; son, Alexander; son, John; William Caldwell and his heirs; Martha Beard. Rebekah Hanna. Proved, 2nd September, 1805.

  • viii. ROBERT BUCHANAN53,54, b. 1742, Chester County, Pennsylvania; d. WFT Est. 1741-182855,56; m. MARGARET (PEGGY) MCCUTCHEON57,58, Abt. 177859,60; b. 13 Apr 175961,62; d. Sep 178963,64.


Children of JAMES BUCHANAN and MARY RESIDE are:

  • ix. GEORGE6 BUCHANAN65,66, b. 1747, Augusta County, Virginia; d. 05 May 1813, Mercer County, Kentucky; m. MARGARET MCAFEE67,68, Abt. 1767; b. Abt. 1745, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; d. WFT Est. 1741-183669,70.

Notes for GEORGE BUCHANAN: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fairbanks/buchanan/history.htm

GEORGE BUCHANAN, son of James and Mary (Reside) Buchanan, was born about 1746 in Augusta County, Virginia. He married Margaret McAfee about 1767, daughter of James and Jane (McMichael) McAfee. She was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania about 1746. (For further information on the McAfee family, see the History on the McAfee's).

           On June 10, 1770, he bought 163 acres on Catawba Creek in Botetourt County, Virginia from his father-in-law, James McAfee. George sold the land back to James McAfee on May 15, 1772. He later moved to what is now Washington County, Virginia.
           In his father's will, which was proved in 1765, he had received 107 acres of a parcel of land on Walker's Creek in Augusta. In November of 1782, while living in Washington County, he and his brothers, who had also received parcels of the same property on Walker's Creek, deeded that land to their brother David, which amounted to 415 acres.
           About 1782 George and Margaret moved  their family to Salt River in Mercer County, Kentucky. On July 11, 1794, he gave a power of attorney to Arthur Campbell to receive a deed from James Wood for 200 acres on Cedar Creek in Washington County, Virginia, receiving the deed from Mary Wood on November 10, 1794.
           George died in May 5, 1813 in Mercer County, Kentucky. We don't have a death date for his wife, Margaret.
           Children: 
 19.  i. James Buchanan, b. abt 1766; d. 1838; m. (1) Rebecca Armstrong

  20. ii. John Buchanan, b. 17 May 1768; m. Margaret Guant

  21. iii. Alexander Buchanan, b. 1769; d. 1806; m. Nancy McAfee

  22. iv. George Buchanan, b. 16 Oct 1771
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23.  v. Mary (Polly) Buchanan, b. 4 Oct 1773; d. 27 Jul 1847; m. William Provine (aka Purviance)

  24.  vi.  Janet Buchanan, b. Abt 1775; m. James McCampbell

  25. vii. Margaret Buchanan, b. abt 1777; m. William Ewing

  26. viii. Nancy Buchanan, b. abt 1779; m. Thomas Gilkerson

  27. ix.  Anne Buchanan, b. abt 1781; m. Joseph Woods

  28.  x.  Dorcas Buchanan, b. abt 1783; m Joseph Woods (different than above Joseph)

  29. xi.  William Buchanan, b. abt 1785; d. 1830


  • x. DAVID BUCHANAN71,72, b. 1749, Augusta County, Virginia; m. SARAH WARES73,74, WFT Est. 1767-1786; b. WFT Est. 1745-1756; d. 75,76.
References
  1. Matthew Buchanan.FTW.

    Date of Import: Aug 8, 2003