Family:James Patton and Mary Borden (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage? Abt. 1720 Prob. Lumwaddy, Ireland
Alt Marriage? 1735 Whitehaven, Cumberland, Scotland
Alt Marriage[1] of VA
Children
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Genealogy Report for James Patton and Mary Borden:


Descendants of James Patton, Col.

Generation No. 1

1. JAMES4 PATTON, COL. (HENRY3, HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born 08 Jul 1692 in Newton Limavaddy, Londonderry, Ireland, and died 30 Jul 1755 in killed by Shawnee Indians at Drapers Meadow, Augusta County, Virginia. He married MARY BORDEN Abt. 1720 in Prob. Lumwaddy, Ireland. She was born 1696 in Whitehaven, Cumberland County, England, and died 1749 in Augusta County, Virginia.

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James Patton / Mary Borden


Husband: James Patton


Born: 8 Jul 1692 at: Newtown Limavady, Co. Londonderry, IRE Married: ABT. 1720 at: Died: 30 Jul 1755 at: Draper's Meadows, New River Settlement, VA Father: Henry Patton Mother: Sarah Lynn Spouses: Agnes unknown , Mary Borden


Wife: Mary Borden


Born: 1696 at: Whitehaven, Cumberland Co. ENG Died: 1749 at: Augusta Co. VA Father: Mother: Spouses: unknown Osborne , James Patton


CHILDREN


Name: Margaret Patton

Born: ABT. 1725 at: Newtown- Limavady, Londonderry, IRE Married: 17 Jun 1749 at: Died: 8 Mar 1827 at: Franklin Co. TN Spouses: Col. John Buchanan


Name: Mary Patton

Born: 1728 at: Augusta Co. VA Married: ABT. 1748 at: Died: at: Spouses: William J. Thompson



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9. JAMES (LYNN)4 PATTON, COL. (HENRY (PATTEN)3, HENRY (UNKNOWN)2, WILLIAM1) was born 1692 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry), Ireland, and died July 30, 1755 in Drapers Meadow "Augusta Co., " Virginia. He married MARY BORDEN Abt. 1720. She was born 1696 in Whitehaven "Cumberland Co., " England.

Notes for JAMES (LYNN) PATTON, COL.: The Roseberry-Keister Family Tree 7221 total entries, last updated Thu Mar 22 09:52:13 2001 All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: G. E. Roseberry <swvirginia@hotmail.com> ID: I5739 Reference Number: 5739 Title: Col. 1 2 Name: James Patton 1 2 Sex: M Change Date: 03 FEB 2001 WILL: 01 SEP 1750 Augusta Co., VA Note: CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA. AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT. WILL BOOK NO. 2. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. page 41 Page 131.--1st September, 1750. James Patton's will--Daughter, Mary, wife to William Thompson, 1 negro woman; tract called Spring Hill; 3,000 acres on which Saml. Stalnaker and others is living, known by name of Indian Fields, on waters of Houlston's river, a branch of the Missisipio. Grandson, James Thompson, infant, remainder in above in fee tail. Daughter, Margaret, now wife of Col. John Buchanan. To son-in-law, William Thompson, the tract called Springfield, joining where widow Gouldman now lives and on which Henry Patton lives. William is to keep the estate intact for his son, James, until 1772. To Margaret. tract called Cherry tree bottom, near Robert Looney's tract at mouth of Purgatory, tract on which there is a small stone house. Margaret's daughter, Mary; sister, Preston, and her son, William Preston, £10 to be paid to Rev. John Craig, pastor at Tinkling Spring, to pay his stipends from 1740 to 1750, to be paid by the congregation out of the money advanced by him to help build the meeting house. £10 of same to be laid out for a pulpit and pulpit cloth. John Preston's bond to be given up to his son, Wm. Preston. All debts due by George Wilson, who is married to testator's wife's niece, Rebecca Vicers (Viers?), to be given up. Granddaughter, Mary Buchanan. Executors, John Buchanan, Wm. Thompson, nephew, Wm. Preston, Silas Harte. All disputes between executors to be left to arbitration of the minister and elders of Tinkling Spring church. Testator was agent for John Smith, Zachery Lewis, Wm. Waller, Wm. Green, Wm. Parks for the Roanoke and James River grants. As to the Great Grant on the waters of Misicipia, James Gordon, James Johnston, John Grimes, John ----, Richard Barns, Robert Gilchrist, James Bowre, Robert Jackson. have assigned their parts to testator. Richard Winston's part is assigned to little John Buchanan. To Mary Preston, horses. Teste: Thomas Stewart, Edward Hall, John Williams. Proved, 26th November, 1755, by Stewart and Hall. Wm. Preston refuses to execute, also Silas Harte. Buchanan and Thompson qualify, with sureties David Stewart, Joseph Culton, Wm. Preston, Edward Hall, Thomas Stewart. 16th August, 1769, Wm. Preston qualifies executor. [p.41] 3 Immigration: ABT 1730 Note: From Ireland to America with brother John Patton and sister Elizabeth 4 5 Event: Milit-Beg 27 MAY 1742 Augusta Co., VA Note: Lt. Col. then Col. of militia (in May); appt. co. lt. in 1754 6 7 Event: Position BETWEEN 1752 AND 1755 VA Note: Burgess 6 Birth: 08 JUL 1692 in Newton Limavady, Limavady, Londonderry, Ireland 8 9 Death: 30 JUL 1755 in Draper's Meadow, Augusta Co., VA

Note Death: 30 JUL 1755 in was killed by Indians at Drapers Meadow, Augusta Co. later called Smithsfield near todays Blacksburg VA. Military Service: Served in the Royal Navy Occupation: Ship owner, bringing many Ulster immigrants. He was said to have crossed the Atlantic 25 times. Residence: Spring Hill in Beverley Grant was granted to him in 1749 Killed by Shawnee Indians at Draper's Meadow. This was the massacre in which Mary Draper Ingles and two children were taken captive. 6 10 Event: 1744 Note: Signed the Treaty of Lancaster, one of the most important treaties ever negotiated between the Iroquois and the British colonies 11 Note: From "James Patton and The Appalachian Colonists", by Patricia Givens Johnson: James Patton was born in 1692 in Newton, Limavaddy, Derry Co., Ireland. He married Mary Borden (Mrs. Osborn). James, being a younger son, wasn't scheduled to inherit anything so he went to sea in the Royal Navy. He became a ships captain and was held in high esteem by the King. His father, Henry, was a ship builder and/or merchant fleet owner and operator. The King granted James Patton 120,000 acres of land with the only stipulation that it be located on the west side of the Blue Mountains and that it be settled by loyal British subjects. James sailed in one of his father's ships, the "Walpole." This ship is said to have made 20 or more passages to the states. He carried Ulster immigrants to America and returned with furs, skins and tobacco. In one of the passages in 1738, James and his wife Mary, and his two daughters, Margaret and Mary, along with John Preston, his wife Elizabeth Patton Preston, their children Letitia, about 10 years old, Margaret, about 8, William, about 7, and Mary Preston, about 6, along with John Preston's sister, Mary Preston, who later married Phillip Barger, and supposedly another of John's sisters, Jane Preston Breckinridge and her husband, Alexander Breckinridge, arrived in Belhaven, near Alexandria on the Potomac on August 26, 1738. One of James Patton's settlements was known as "Drapers Meadows," located at the present site of Blacksburg, Virginia. One sunny Sunday morning on July 8, 1755, Indians wiped out much of the settlement including James Patton. James and his wife Mary Borden had two daughters and no sons. He adopted (officially or unofficially?) William Preston, son of John Preston. Margaret "Peggy" Patton married John Buchanan. John's sister, Martha Buchanan married a cousin newly arrived in America, another John Buchanan. His other sister, Margaret Buchanan, married Maj. Charles Campbell, parents of Gen. William Campbell. Mary "Molly" patton (1728-1778) married capt. William Thompson. They had 10 Children.

James served in the Navy in Queen Anne's War. After the Treaty of Utrecht, he procured a passenger ship and traded to the Colony of Virginia at Robbs Hole on the Tappahannock. He penetrated the then wilderness of the state as far as Orange County, thence across the Blue Ridge and commenced a settlement near Waynesborough in Augusta County. He crossed the Atlantic 23 or 25 times as Master of a ship in and around 1728. In his private shipping enterprises, Capt. James Patton made contracts with promotors of the settlement of the western part of Virginia. He sailed on the ship Walpole to Virginia, arriving August 26, 1738. His first residence was Beverly Manor on the south fork of the Shenendoah. From his headquarters there, Adventurer Patton soon extended his interest to the management of the Roanoke & James River Grant of 1740 and the Woods River Grant of 1745.

After the organization of Augusta County, Patton became county lieutenant, justice, sheriff, burgess and general leader in county affairs. He was an alert, energetic businessman imbued with a definite purpose and equipped with enough education and intellect to be a successful community leader.

While tending to affairs of the community, Colonel James Patton was killed by Indians in July 1755 at Drapers Meadow.

From "Early Adventures On the Wesstern Waters" by Mary B. Kegley and F. B.Kegley:

James Patton Sees An Opening. It would be interesting to know how much James Patton and his brother-in-law, John Preston, knew about opportunities for the acquisition of land in the region of western Virginia before they decided to leave Ireland and take their chances on the Virginia frontier. An historian of the Patton family has said that the Pattons were an outstanding family of Scottish origin, a number of members of which in different generations served with distinction in the Royal Navy, in the British Army, and in civil offices. The progenitor of the family in Ireland was William Patton, rector of several parishes in County Donegal. The father of James Patton was Henry Patton, a grandson of William. His mother was Sarah Lynn of a prominent English family seated in Donegal County, Ulster, Ireland. James, the fourth son of Henry and Sarah, was born in 1692 and married a Ms. Osborne; a sister, Elizabeth, married John Preston, a ship's carpenter. James served in the Navy, taking part in Queen Anne's War. He appears to have crossed the Atlantic as master of a ship only once in 1738 (Wilson, Tinkling Spring, p. 22). About this time economic opportunities in Scotland and Ireland were not encouraging, so many Scotch-Irish families were looking toward America for a better field to cultivate. The Pattons and the Prestons became a part of this gret exodus of the 1730's and 1740's. The Patton home place in Ireland was the Manor of Springfield, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County of Donegal, Province of Ulster. Later in Virginia the names Springfield and Kilmacrenan remained associated with the family.

In his private shipping enterprises, Captain Jame Patton had made some contacts with the promoters of the settlement of the western part of Virginia. There is no record that he made frequent trips to the coastal towns carrying indentured servants to Virginia shores, but as early as 1737 he had some acquaintance with William Beverley and considered joining in the acquisition of a grant to be located on the Calfpasture River. With these arrangements completed, the ship Walpole, owned by Walter Lutwidge, was chartered to bring the Patton and Preston families with fifty-six others, including personal and indentured servants, sixty-five in all, to Virginia. They arrived at Hobb's Hole (Tappahannock) August 26, 1738. Once here the first land Patton owned was in the Calfpasture grant; but his and Preston's first residences were in Beverley Manor on the south fork of the Shenandoah. From his headquarters there, Adventurer Patton soon extended his interest to the management of the Roanoke and James River grant of 1740, and the Wood's River grant of 1745.

Since John Preston had not been a landowner in Ireland, he was willing to take chances with his brother-in-law in at least acquiring a homestead in the New World. In proving his importation into the colony of Virginia, he said that he had come to America at his own charge "in order to partake of his Majesty's bounty for taking up land." He made this declaration in 1746 and died in 1747. He was satisfied with only a few tracts of land for which titles were later made to his son, William. His home was on Lewis Creek near Beverley's Mill Place. The family consisted of his wife, Elizabeth, his son, William, and his daughters, Mary, Lettice, Margaret, and Ann.

James Patton was more ambitious. He had in mind acquiring as much as 30,000 acres in his own name. In the first surveys made for him in 1738, he was designated as captain. Following the settlement of Borden's grant, a number of tracts were entered in the Forks of the James and on the Catawba, a south branch of the James some distance away. These scattered settlements were made prior to 1740 when the Virginia Council granted permission to John Smith, Zachary Lewis, and others for surveys totalling 100,000 acres (with no specific boundaries) on "River and Branches of the Roanoke and the Branches of the James River" (Virginia Executive Journals, V, 173). As a result of purchasing shares of all partners (except John Smith and Zachary Lewis), James Patton became the controlling agent of this company, all patents issuing in his name and all land being transferred by him by deed to the people who bought the land.

The surveys and plats for the first grants in this territory were not preserved in the Orange County records and no trace of them has been found in the Secretary's office. However, it is from the Augusta County surveys, deeds, and grants that the account of the early western settlement can be carried forward. For further details, see Kegley's Virginia Frontier, pp. 60-62.

After the organization of Augusta County, Patton became county lieutenant, justice, sheriff, burgess, and general leader in county affairs. He was an alert, energetic businessman imbued with a definite purpose and equipped with enough education and intellect to be a successful community leader. His first interest was to secure the land he wanted; his first action was to select choice tracts while they were still available. The terms of the Wood's River grant allowed him the privilege he wanted -- to select small or large tracts, in any shape, anywhere in the region covered. His scheme was a good example of competitive private enterprise, and although there were groups of family relatives settling in contiguous valleys, there was no suggestion of a socialistic colony.

It was unfortunate that western Virginians lost their first prominent early adventurer soon after the beginning of the settlement. While tending to affairs of the community, Colonel James Patton was killed by the Indians in July 1755 at Draper's Meadow. For further details of his life, see Johnson, James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists.

"Memoirs of Mrs. Letitia Floyds": James Patton was bred to the sea and in the wars of England with the low countries served as an officer in the royal navy. After the treaty of Utrecht he procured a passanger ship and traded to the Colony of Virginia at Robbs Hole, on the Tappahannock. He penetrated the then wilderness of the state as far as Orange Co., thence across the Blud Ridge and commenced a settlement there near Waynesborough in Augusta County. 12

Father: Henry Patton b: 1660 in Caiggo, Dundee, Scotland Mother: Sarah Lynn b: 1664 in Kilmacrenan, Scotland

Marriage 1 Mary Borden b: 1696 in Whitehaven, Cumberland Co., England Married: ABT 1720 6 Children Margaret Patton b: ABT 1725 in Lumwaddy, Ireland Mary Patton b: 1728 in Augusta County, Virginia

Sources: Title: Marriages of some Virginia Residents 1607-1800 Abbrev: Marriages of VA Residents, Vol 2 Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1995 Page: p. 169 Title: James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists Abbrev: Patton and Colonists Author: Johnson, Patricia Givens Publication: Edmonds Printing Inc., Pulaski, VA, 1983 Page: p. 3 Title: Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Records of Augusta County, Virginia, 1745-1800 (three volumes) Abbrev: Scotch-Irish in VA Publication: Baltimore, MD, 1912 Page: p. 41 Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy Author: Virkus Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997 Page: v. 5; p. 164. Lists c. 1740 Title: Coming to America: A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons Abbrev: Coming to Americal Author: Patton, C. L. Publication: Springfield, IL, 1954 Page: quoted from within World Family Tree, Vol. 27, Tree #2183 Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy Author: Virkus Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997 Page: v. 5; p. 583 Title: Virginia Vital Records #1, 1600s-1800s Abbrev: VA Vital Records #1, 16-1800s Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1997 Page: Militia Companies in Augusta Co., 1742, pp. 23, 24 Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy Author: Virkus Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997 Page: v. 5; p. 583 Lists 1689 Title: James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists Abbrev: Patton and Colonists Author: Johnson, Patricia Givens Publication: Edmonds Printing Inc., Pulaski, VA, 1983 Page: p. 5 Title: Early Adventurers On The Western Waters, Vol. I Abbrev: Early Adventurers, I Author: Mary B. & F. B. Kegley Publication: Green Publishers, Inc., Orange, VA, 1980 Note: History of SW Virginia's earliest settlers that has family sketches and numerous SW Virginia county records. Page: p. 55 Title: James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists Abbrev: Patton and Colonists Author: Johnson, Patricia Givens Publication: Edmonds Printing Inc., Pulaski, VA, 1983 Page: p. 4 Title: World Family Tree Research, Vol. 1-27 Abbrev: World Family Tree Publication: Broderbund Software, Inc.

Page 524.--22nd February, 1749. William Beverley to James Patton, Gent., 1398 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Beverley Manor line. Teste: Alexander Wright, Thomas Stewart.

Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. SEPTEMBER 18, 1747. (303) Road ordered from Tinkling Spring Meeting House to Col. Patton's Bridge, these to work it: James Patton's tithables, Robert Gibson's, Edward Hall's, Sam'l. Davies's, Wm. Thomson's, and Geo. Caldwell's tithables. NOVEMBER 19, 1747. (321) To James Patton and Ro. Cunningham, for expenses in attending the Council and going down. 1670 tithables at 23 lb. tobacco, at 3 farthings per pound == 1 sh. and 5 pence.

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ID: I3801 Name: James PATTON NPFX: Col Sex: M Birth: ABT 1692 in Newton Limvaddy, Londonderry, Ireland Death: 8 JUL 1755 in Blacksburg, VA Burial: Tinkling Spring, Spring Hill, VA Change Date: 19 DEC 1999

Father: Henry PATTON b: ABT 1650 in Ferrochie, Fifeshire, Scotland Mother: Sarah LYNN b: ABT 1664 in Ireland

Marriage 1 Mary BORDEN b: bet 1708-1732 Children Margaret PATTON b: bet 1711-1732 Matthew PATTON b: 1726 in Augusta Co., VA Jacob PATTON b: ABT 1725 Mary PATTON b: ABT 1728

JUDGMENTS AT RULES. 1751. Bell vs. Borden's executor.--James Bell (one entry for himself and one for John Mulholland, his servant) prior to 1738, and on February 21, 1738, Alex. Breckinridge, George, James, Robert and Adam Breckenridge, John Moore, Quantin Moore, George Henderson, Thomas Armstrong, John Bell, John Walters, William McCanless, Robert Poage, Seth Poage, Daniel McAnaire and John Grove entered each 100 acres with Benjamin Borden, but got no deed. Suit by James Bell to get deed. Benjamin Borden, Jr., charges in answer that James Bell caused a servant wench of his to be dressed in man's clothes and made an entry in her name as a man, and also caused another woman, the wife of William McKenless, to appear in her proper person on a different part of land as the wife of another settler and thereby obtained another entry. Edmon vs. Borden.--James Robison (Robinson), aged 68 years, July 3d, 1750. Jennet Robison (Robinson), aged 38 years July 3d, 1750. Cravens vs. Fowler.--In 1750, Elisha Fowler was living in Carolina. AUGUST, 1752. Paul vs. Borden.--John McDowell died intestate, leaving Samuel McDowell, his eldest son and heir, and then Magdalen married Benjamin Borden, Jr. Harrison vs. O'Neal.--Robert Harrison, infant, by Daniel Harrison, his father and next friend.

Children of JAMES PATTON and MARY BORDEN are: 24. i. MARGARET (BORDEN)5 PATTON, b. Bet. 1711 - 1732, Lumwaddy, Ireland. 25. ii. MATTHEW (BORDEN) PATTON, b. 1726, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia; d. March 03, 1803, Wilkes Co., Georgia. 26. iii. MARY (BORDEN) PATTON, b. 1728, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia.


Children of JAMES PATTON and MARY BORDEN are: i. MARGARET5 PATTON, b. Abt. 1725, Lumwaddy, Ireland; d. 08 Mar 1827, Franklin County, Tennessee; m. (1) JOHN BUCHANAN, COL., 17 Jun 1749, Augusta County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1720; d. 16 Aug 1769, Buchanan, Botetourt County, Virginia; m. (2) WILLIAM ANDERSON, 05 Sep 1774, Botetourt County, Virginia; b. 1752, Augusta County, Virginia.

Notes for MARGARET PATTON:


42. Margaret5 PATTON (James4, Henry3, Henry2, William1);[1] born circa 1725 in Lumwaddy, Ireland; married Col. John Buchanan, son of James Buchanan and Jane Sayers (NOTE: incorrect parents of Col. John Buchanan, based upon other sources), June 17, 1749 in Augusta County, VA;[2] died March 8, 1827 in Franklin Co., Tenn.[3]

    Col. John BUCHANAN[4] was born in c1720 (NOTE: source incorrectly says 1699) in Ireland. He died on August 16, 1769 in Augusta  County, VA. [5]
    Children of Margaret5 Patton and Col. John Buchanan were as follows:
         130.          i.     Lieut. John6; born 1724 (This date is obviously incorrect, possibly 1754) in Augusta Co., VA; married Martha (--?--) 1745;[6] died 1777, killed in the Battle of Saratoge during the Revolutionary War.[7]
         131.          ii.     James Patton; born 1749 in Augusta  County, VA; married (other) to Isabel Hall 1763 in Botetourt Co., VA; died 1808 in Rockbridge Co., VA. [8]
    He moved to KY and was living there in 1799
         132.        iii.     Mary; born circa 1750 in Augusta  County, VA; married William Jones; married Andrew Boyd 1767; died after 1809.[9]
         133.         iv.     Margaret; born December 28, 1755; married Joseph Drake March, 1773 in Washington Co., VA; died March 8, 1827 in Franklin Co., Tenn, at age 71.
         134.         v.     Jane; born circa 1760; married Col. John Floyd 1785. [10]
         135.         vi.     William; died in KY; born circa 1760.
         136.       vii.     Ann; born November 28, 1765 in Augusta County, VA; married William Ephraim Drake between 1779 and 1812.[11]




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24. MARGARET (BORDEN)5 PATTON (JAMES (LYNN)4, HENRY (PATTEN)3, HENRY (UNKNOWN)2, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1711 - 1732 in Lumwaddy, Ireland. She married JOHN BUCHANAN, COL. He was born 1699 in Ireland.

Notes for MARGARET (BORDEN) PATTON: The Roseberry-Keister Family Tree 7221 total entries, last updated Thu Mar 22 09:52:13 2001 All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: G. E. Roseberry <swvirginia@hotmail.com> ID: I5820 Reference Number: 5820 Name: Margaret Patton 1 Name: Buchanan 2 Sex: F Change Date: 03 FEB 2001 Birth: ABT 1725 in Lumwaddy, Ireland 3 Death: 08 MAR 1827 in Franklin Co., Tenn. 3

Father: James Patton b: 08 JUL 1692 in Newton Limavady, Limavady, Londonderry, Ireland Mother: Mary Borden b: 1696 in Whitehaven, Cumberland Co., England

Marriage 1 John Buchanan b: 1720 (source incorrectly says 1699) in Ireland Married: 17 JUN 1749 in Augusta County, Virginia 4 5

Children John Buchanan James Buchanan William Buchanan Mary Buchanan Margaret Peggy Buchanan Anna Buchanan b: 1765 Baby Girl Buchanan Jane Buchanan

Marriage 2 William Anderson b: 1752 in Augustus Co. Va Married: 5 SEP 1774 in Botetourt Co, Va Children William Preston Anderson b: 1774 in Botetourt Co, Va James Patton Anderson b: 1781 in Botetourt Co, Va

Sources: Title: Marriages of some Virginia Residents 1607-1800 Abbrev: Marriages of VA Residents, Vol 2 Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1995 Page: p. 169 Title: Early Adventurers On The Western Waters, Vol. I Abbrev: Early Adventurers, I Author: Mary B. & F. B. Kegley Publication: Green Publishers, Inc., Orange, VA, 1980 Note: History of SW Virginia's earliest settlers that has family sketches and numerous SW Virginia county records. Page: p. 200 Title: World Family Tree Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 27 Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc. Publication: Release date: September 15, 1998 Note: Customer pedigree. Page: Tree #2183, Date of Import: Aug 12, 2000 Title: Marriages of some Virginia Residents, Vol. 1 Abbrev: Marriages of VA Residents, v. 1 Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, MD, 1995 Page: Buchanan, John, Col. Title: Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Records of Augusta County, Virginia, 1745-1800 (three volumes) Abbrev: Scotch-Irish in VA Publication: Baltimore, MD, 1912 Page: v. 2, p. 275

Margaret Belle PATTON [Parents] 1, 2 was born 1728 in Limavaddy, Ireland. She died after 1796 in Davidson County, Tennessee. Margaret married William ANDERSON on 5 Sep 1774 in Botetourt Co., Virginia. Other marriages: BUCHANAN, John (Col.) They had the following children: M i James Patton ANDERSON 1 was born 1781 in Botetourt Co., Virginia. He died 24 Oct 1810 in Bedford Co., Virginia. M ii Colonel William Preston ANDERSON was born 1774 and died 25 Apr 1831. John BUCHANAN (Col.) was born in Ireland?. He died 1769 in Buchanan, Botetourt Co., Virginia. John married Margaret Belle PATTON on 1749.

John BUCHANAN (Col.) was born in Ireland?. He died 1769 in Buchanan, Botetourt Co., Virginia. John married Margaret Belle PATTON on 1749. Margaret Belle PATTON [Parents] 1, 2 was born 1728 in Limavaddy, Ireland. She died after 1796 in Davidson County, Tennessee. Margaret married John BUCHANAN (Col.) on 1749. Other marriages: ANDERSON, William They had the following children: F i Mary Burke BUCHANAN was born 1750 and died 1820. M ii James BUCHANAN died after 1799 in Kentucky?. M iii William BUCHANAN died in Kentucky. M iv John BUCHANAN died 1777 in Saratoga, New York. F v Margaret BUCHANAN. F vi Ann BUCHANAN was born 28 Nov 1765. F vii Jane BUCHANAN.

MARRIAGES LICENSES IN AUGUSTA COUNTY. 1749--June 17, John Buchanan and Margaret Patton;

Notes for JOHN BUCHANAN, COL: MARRIAGES LICENSES IN AUGUSTA COUNTY. 1749--June 17, John Buchanan and Margaret Patton;

Page 505.--27th February, 1749. Deed for the Glebe. Robert Campbell, Gent., to James Lockhart and John Madison, Church Wardens, and the other vestrymen, viz: James Patton, John Buchanan, Patrick Hays, John Christian, John Buchanan, Robert Alexander, Thomas Gordon, John Archer, John Mathews, John Smith, 200 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner James Clarke. 350 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 24th July, 1740. Teste: Patrick Cook, John Risk, Matthew Wilson, Nathan Patterson, Samuel Walker.

Page 401.--16th May, 1771. Bill of sale by Andrew Boyd to William Preston, executor of James Patton, of 5 negro slaves and sold by Preston to Andrew Boyd and Mary Boyd, his wife, eldest daughter of Col. John Buchanan, deceased, and Margaret, his wife, in compliance with the will of James Patton.

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT OF VIRGINIA; Vol 2, pp 170 - 179 by Lyman Chalkley Drake vs. Campbell--O. S. 214; N. S. 75--Bill, 8th June, 1807. Orator is John Drake of Kentucky. John Buchanan of Augusta died testate, leaving remainder to three younger daughters or the survivors of them come of age. Orator's father, Joseph Drake, in 1773 married Margaret, one of the daughters of John Buchanan. Prior to 1778 Joseph moved to Kentucky, where in that year he was killed by the Indians, leaving orator infant of very tender years. Margaret afterwards married _____ Jones. Josiah Ramsey deposes, 1809, that the Indians were troublesome in Washington County from 1776 to 1779. Col. Robert Sawyers deposes at Fort Chesel in Wythe County, 1808. He was present at marriage of Joseph Drake and Peggy Buchanan. John Buchanan, son of Col. John Buchanan, deceased, grandfather of orator, was second lieutenant in same Company with deponent in Seventh Regiment of Virginia line on Continental Establishment and in spring of 1777 was detached under command of then Col. Morgan from Middle Brook, New Jersey, against Burgoyne, and was killed at battle of Saratoga. John Floyd sailed in a privateer against the enemy in the fall of 1776, and returned in 1779. Widow of Col. John Buchanan, deceased, married William Anderson shortly after marriage of Joseph Drake and some time before the death of her son John. Patent 23d December, 1779, to Wm. Campbell and Wm. Preston, executors of John Buchanan, deceased, assignee of James Patton, deceased, by survey 1749-50, 1,150 acres part of order of Council to James Patton et als on Sinking Creek waters of Middle Branch of Indian River. Mary Boyd, wife of Andrew Boyd and daughter of Col. John Buchanan, deposes in Wythe, 18th November, 1809. Col. William Preston died in 1784. Anna Buchanan married Ephraim Drake in Kentucky. She was born 28th November, 1765. Joseph Drake and Margaret Buchanan were married in March, 1773. Thomas Boyd deposes. Andrew Boyd deposes. Daniel Young, son of Jacob Young, deposes in Nashville. Col. John Buchanan's will. John Drake lived in Nicholas County, Kentucky. Answer by John and Francis Preston, John Breckenridge, and John Brown, executors of Wm. Preston and administrators with will annexed of John Buchanan, and also of Elizabeth Madison, John Preston, Francis Preston, James McDowell and Sarah, his wife, William Preston, Nathaniel Hart and Susannah, his wife, James P. Preston, John Lewis and Mariah, his wife, and Letitia, Thomas and Peggy Preston, infants, by John Preston, their guardian; which said John, Francis, Elizabeth, Sarah, William, Susannah P., James P., Mary, Letitia, Thomas and Peggy are children of William Preston, deceased. Col. James Dysart, aged 65 years, deposes in Lincoln County, 22d June, 1808. In 1776 on account of Indians, Joseph Drake moved to New River near his father's. In 1778 or 1777 he moved to Kentucky. In 1769 deponent and Joseph made a hunting tour of seven months in Kentucky; again in 1771 a tour of nine months, and in 1772 a tour of eleven months. Deponent and Col. Buchanan came from same neighborhood in Ireland and were remotely connected. When Joseph moved to Kentucky, Anna Buchanan was about 10 or 12 years old. John Campbell deposes in Washington County, 18th March, 1808, he is 66 years old. James Buchanan, power of attorney dated Bourbon County, Virginia, 26th June, 1787. Col. Wm. Donalson deposes in Davidson 172 County, Tennessee, 5th July, 1808, is 48 years old. Deed 8th July, 1788, by Thomas Madison, attorney for James Buchanan, son and heir to John Buchanan, deceased, to John Campbell, 1,150 acres in Washington County on Indian, now called Holstein, River. Recorded in Washington County. James Newell deposes in Wythe County, was present at marriage of Joseph Drake. Deponent and Joseph were in 1774 on the Shawnese expedition together. Col. Robert Craig deposes at own house in Knox County, Kentucky, 18th June, 1808. James Buchanan deposes 21st March, 1799, at house of Patton Anderson in Fayette County, Kentucky. James Thompson deposes in Abingdon, 19th October, 1809, was present at Joseph Drake's marriage; none of Margaret's people was present except William Buchanan. They were married at the town house about 17 miles east of Abingdon; there were present, viz: Ephraim Drake, William Anderson, Widow Cartey, Peggy Campbell, Anna Campbell et als. Ephraim Drake deposes in Bedford County, Tennessee, 26th June, 1809. Joseph and Margaret were married agreeable to the established custom by Mr. Wolsey, a Baptist preacher; her elder brothers were present. Col. Mathew Willoughby, aged 59, deposes 26th March, 1813, in Washington County, Virginia. John Young, son of Jacob, was notorious for bonestealing; also Daniel Young, son of Jacob. Deed 23d October, 1810, by Margaret Jones, now living in Franklin County, Tennessee, widow and relict of William Jones, deceased, also of Joseph Drake, to John Drake, of Bedford County, Tennessee. Recorded in Washington County, July, 1811. John Campbell answers. When Joseph moved to Kentucky, Margaret had three brothers, viz: William, killed in Kentucky; John, killed at Saratoga in 1777; James, now living in Kentucky. Margaret, widow of Col. Jno. Buchanan, married _____ Anderson and was living with him in Botetourt in 1777. John Buchanan's will of Augusta County. Sons, James, William and John; wife, _____, daughter of Col. James Patton; daughter, Mary Boyd; three younger daughters; nephew, William Campbell.

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT OF VIRGINIA; Vol 2, pp 260-269 by Lyman Chalkley Page 115--David Buchanan, aged 56, deposes, same time and place, 415 acres were conveyed to his father, James Buchanan Page 115--James Buchanan, aged 65, deposes, ditto, 480 acres of Borden's grant were conveyed to his father, Wm. Buchanan; 400 acres were bought from Borden, Sr.; also 200 acres were conveyed to John McCroskey, father of Alexr. McCroskey.

Child of MARGARET PATTON and JOHN BUCHANAN is: i. MARTHA6 BUCHANAN, b. 1726, Chester Co., Pennsylvania; d. 1764, Wythe Co., Virginia; m. JOHN BUCHANAN.

Notes for MARTHA BUCHANAN: Gene Pool Individual Records Martha Buchanan Birth: 1726-- , Chester, PA Death: 1764 -- Wythe, VA Spouse: John Buchanan Parents: John Buchanan Buchanan, Margaret Peggy Patton


Notes for JOHN BUCHANAN, COL.: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0091/g0000052.html#I45795

John BUCHANAN ABT 1720 - ABT 1770 ID Number: I45797

RESIDENCE: Augusta & Pattonsburg, & Botetourt Co. VA

BIRTH: ABT 1720 DEATH: ABT 1770, Greenfield, Botetourt Co. VA [171972] RESOURCES: See: [S1650] [S2310]

Family 1 : Margaret "Peggy" PATTON

Notes

"Margaret 'Peggy' Patton m. John Buchanan. John's sister, Martha Buchanan married a cousin newly arrived in America, another John Buchanan. His other sister, Margaret Buchanan married Maj. Charles Campbell, parents of Gen. William Campbell."

"Whilst Col. Preston lived at Greenfield, John Buchanan determined to leave his residence near Pattonsburg and remove to Reed Creek to settle at Anchor and Rope, a splendid estate Col. Patton had given his daughter Margaret. On his journey he stopped at Greenfield, took sick and died after several weeks illness. Whilst on his death bed he desired Mrs. Preston to take care of his daughter, Jane, then ten years old; this was done. Col. Buchanan made Col. Preston the executor of his immense estate, a long and unbroken friendship existed between them. Buchanan is favorably mentioned by Gen. Washington in Spark's Life of Washington."

[S1650] [S2310]

[171972] died while on a visit to Wm Preston


Generation No. 3

4. John Buchanan, Col, born 1699 in Ireland (NOTE: birthdate incorrect, should be abt. 1720); died August 16, 1769 in "Greenfield", Augusta Co, VA. He was the son of 8. James Buchanan and 9. Jane Sayers. He married 5. Margaret "Peggy" Patton June 17, 1749 in Augusta Co, VA.

5. Margaret "Peggy" Patton, born in Newton, Lumwaddy, Ireland; died March 08, 1827 in Franklin, TN. She was the daughter of 10. Col. James Patton, MHB and 11. Mary Osborne.

Notes for John Buchanan, Col: From Ireland 1736, Settled in Augusta Co, helped organize Staunton. J Patton & Apalachian book pp 20. states he was of the Buchanan family from Northumberland Co, PA. Living at Cherry Tree Bottom (Buchanan, VA) in 1756 when George Washington came to visit them on his tour of frontier forts.

Children of John Buchanan and Margaret Patton are:

i. William Buchanan, died/killed in KY. ii. John Buchanan II, died 1777 in Battle of Saratoga. Notes for John Buchanan II:

pp 184 WP Served with Lewis's army of mountain men assaulting Dunmore at Gwynn's Island. On July 9 1776 the attack began with Lewis firing the first shot. Buchanan said Dunmore "sworn by his God which I presume to be Belzebub that if we begun with our dam'd 4 pounders he would pay us such a tune as we never heard but instead of that we made him lead of such a dance as he never before was taught to the tune of Yankedoodle. The rougues march at every fire."

iii. James Patton Buchanan, Maj, born 1749 in Augusta Co, VA; died 1808 in Rockbridge Co, VA; married Isabel Hall 1763 in Botetourt Co, VA. Parents of Jane Buchanan et. al.

iv. Mary "Little Molley" Buchanan, born Abt. 1750 in Augusta Co, VA; died Aft. 1809 in Wythe or Botetout Co, VA; married (1) William Jones; married (2) Andrew Boyd 1767; born 1745 in VA; died May 06, 1820 in Pattonsburg, Botetout Co, VA.

Notes for Mary "Little Molley" Buchanan: They lived on Cherry Tree Bottoms. AKA Anderson's Ferry, and later as Boyd's Ferry. v. Margaret Buchanan, born December 28, 1755 in Cherry Tree Bottom; died March 08, 1827 in Franklin Co, TN; married Joseph Drake March 1773 in Town House, Washington Co, VA. Joseph Drake born Abt. 1750; died August 1778, killed in KY.

vi. Jane Buchanan, born 1763 in Augusta Co, VA; married (1) John Floyd, Col November 1778; born 1751; died April 13, 1783; married (2) Alexander Breckinridge, Maj Unknown; born 1744. Notes on Col. John Floyd

vii. Ann Buchanan, born November 28, 1765 in Augusta Co, VA; married William Ephraim Drake in KY.


ii. MATTHEW PATTON, b. 1726, of Augusta (now Rockingham) County, Virginia; d. 03 Mar 1803, Wilkes County, Georgia; m. ELIZABETH MOORE, May 1751, Augusta County, Virginia.

Notes for MATTHEW PATTON: http://lady3248.tripod.com/pattongenealogypg4.htm

25. MATTHEW (BORDEN)5 PATTON (JAMES (LYNN)4, HENRY (PATTEN)3, HENRY (UNKNOWN)2, WILLIAM1) was born 1726 in August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia, and died March 03, 1803 in Wilkes Co., Georgia. He married ELIZABETH BARBER May 1751 in Augusta Co., Virginia.

Notes for MATTHEW (BORDEN) PATTON: Our Fitchett, Harbison, Nix, Wescott and Related Families 12670 total entries, last updated Sun Sep 16 20:54:29 2001 All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: Don Fitchett <fitchett1@home.com> ID: I3701 Name: Matthew PATTON Sex: M 1 Birth: 1726 in Augusta Co., VA 2 Death: 3 MAR 1803 in Wilkes Co., GA Ancestral File #: 5KN1-QB Change Date: 28 MAY 2000

Father: James PATTON b: ABT 1692 in Newton Limvaddy, Londonderry, Ireland Mother: Mary BORDEN b: bet 1708-1732

Marriage 1 Elizabeth MOORE Married: MAY 1751 in Augusta Co., VA Children Thomas PATTON b: ABT 1752 Samuel PATTON b: 1755 in Augusta Co., Virginia Solomon PATTON b: ABT 1757 in Augusta Co., VA Rebecca PATTON b: ABT 1761

Sources: Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Title: Ancestral File (R) Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998 Repository: Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Text: Infdormation provided by "Barbara McKnight": mbmcknight@tds.net

Matthew Patton drew his will in Oglethorp Co., Georgia on April 20 1799 and named as executors: Christopher Orr (who married Martha Watkins) and George Barber (his step-son) with William Henderson. It was probated in 1806. His wife preeded him in that she was not mentioned in the will

More About MATTHEW (BORDEN) PATTON: Will: April 20, 1799, Oglethorp Co., Georgia

Notes for ELIZABETH BARBER: CAPTAIN GEORGE BARBER OF GEORGIA by David W. Morgan

Chapter One Captain GEORGE BARBER p. 1 - 10

The parents of Captain George Barber were George and Elizabeth Barber of Augusta County, Virginia. The elder George died 1750 in that colony, and one of the appraisers of his estate in Augusta County was Robert Williams, the uncle of Margaret Watkins, Margaret later to become the bride of Capt. George Barber. Elizabeth, widow of the elder George Barber, married a man by the name of Patton in May of 1751 on Craig's Creek. Robert Watkins (Father of Margaret), the elder George Barber, and Matthew Patton all lived near each other on Craig's Creek in 1745.[1]1

Matthew Patton was the step-father of Capt. George Barber. He lived next to the Watkins family in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1767, and lived next to Capt. George Barber and Reese Watkins in Wilkes County, Georgia. Matthew Patton died in Wilkes County, Georgia in 1806, and two of the executors of his will were Capt. George Barber and Christopher Orr. Matthew Patton had been a witness to the will of Christopher's father, Robert Orr, in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1779.[2]2 This same Christopher had married Martha, the daughter of Reese Watkins. Reese Watkins was the older brother of Margaret Watkins.[3]3

George Barber was born about 1743, probably in Augusta County, Virginia. He had an older brother named [4]Plier. George married Margaret Watkins in December 1766 or early 1767. This date is determined because Margaret signed a deed in Bedford County, Virginia, 6 November 1766, as Margaret Watkins.[5]4 Also their oldest son, William Barber, served in the American Revolution.[6]5

Margaret Watkins was born about 1743 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, the youngest child and only daughter of Robert Watkins and his wife Margaret, and the only granddaughter of Cadawalader Watkins, who immigrated to America from Wales before 1704. The descendants of Cadawalader Watkins have been traced in the book Reese Kelso Watkins, his Ancestry and his Descendants, by Frank B. Russell, 1973.

CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH-IRISH SETTLEMENT OF VIRGINIA; Vol 2, pp 390 - 399 Eliz. Barber on Craig's Creek, married to one Patton, (1751, May),

Children of MATTHEW PATTON and ELIZABETH BARBER are: i. THOMAS (BARBER)6 PATTON, b. Abt. 1752, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia; m. CATHERINE UNKNOWN.

Notes for THOMAS (BARBER) PATTON: Huff and Gore Family Trees 374 total entries, last updated Fri Jun 23 11:45:33 2000 All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: Donna Whit <genkeep@yahoo.com> ID: I311 Name: Thomas PATTON Sex: M Birth: ABT. 1752

Father: Matthew PATTON b: ABT. 1730 in Northern Ireland or Agusta, GA Mother: Elizabeth BARBER

Marriage 1 CATHERINE

43. ii. SAMUEL (BARBER) PATTON, b. 1755, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia; d. May 10, 1822, Oglethorp Co., Georgia. 44. iii. SOLOMON (BARBER) PATTON, b. Abt. 1757, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia; d. June 1813, Wilkes Co., Georgia. iv. REBECCA (BARBER) PATTON, b. Abt. 1761, August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia; m. WILLIAM WINFREY.

Notes for REBECCA (BARBER) PATTON: Huff and Gore Family Trees Entries: 374 Updated: Fri Jun 23 11:45:33 2000 Contact: Donna Whit <genkeep@yahoo.com ID: I313 Name: Rebekah PATTON Sex: F Birth: ABT. 1758 in Wilkes County, GA

Father: Matthew PATTON b: ABT. 1730 in Northern Ireland or Agusta, GA Mother: Elizabeth BARBER

Marriage 1 William WINFREY


iii. MARY PATTON, b. 1728, of Augusta (now Rockingham) County, Virginia; d. 1778, prob. Virginia; m. WILLIAM THOMPSON, CAPT., Abt. 1748, Prob. Augusta County, Virginia; b. 1722, prob. Ireland; d. 1796, Augusta County, Virginia.

Notes for MARY PATTON: http://lady3248.tripod.com/pattongenealogypg4.htm

26. MARY (BORDEN)5 PATTON (JAMES (LYNN)4, HENRY (PATTEN)3, HENRY (UNKNOWN)2, WILLIAM1) was born 1728 in August Co., (Now Rockingham Co., ) Virginia. She married WILLIAM J. THOMPSON. He was born 1722 in Ireland.

Notes for MARY (BORDEN) PATTON: The Roseberry-Keister Family Tree 7221 total entries, last updated Thu Mar 22 09:52:13 2001 All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on this page should be addressed to: G. E. Roseberry <swvirginia@hotmail.com> ID: I7115 Reference Number: 7115 Name: Mary Patton 1 Name: Thompson 1 Sex: F Change Date: 03 FEB 2001 Birth: 1728 in Augusta County, Virginia 2 Death: 1777 1

Father: James Patton b: 08 JUL 1692 in Newton Limavady, Limavady, Londonderry, Ireland Mother: Mary Borden b: 1696 in Whitehaven, Cumberland Co., England

Marriage 1 William J. Thompson b: 1722 in Ireland Married: ABT 1748 1

Children James Thompson Margaret Thompson b: 1750 William Thompson Patton Thompson Henry Thompson John Thompson Nancy Thompson Mary Thompson Isabella Thompson Sarah Thompson Elizabeth Thompson

AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA - CHALKLEY'S CHRONICLES; Vol 3, PP 30 - 49

Page 131.--1st September, 1750. James Patton's will--Daughter, Mary, wife to William Thompson, 1 negro woman; tract called Spring Hill; 3,000 acres on which Saml. Stalnaker and others is living, known by name of Indian Fields, on waters of Houlston's river, a branch of the Missisipio. Grandson, James Thompson, infant, remainder in above in fee tail. Daughter, Margaret, now wife of Col. John Buchanan. To son-in-law, William Thompson, the tract called Springfield, joining where widow Gouldman now lives and on which Henry Patton lives. William is to keep the estate 40 intact for his son, James, until 1772. To Margaret, tract called Cherry tree bottom, near Robert Looney's tract at mouth of Purgatory, tract on which there is a small stone house. Margaret's daughter, Mary; sister, Preston, and her son, William Preston, £10 to be paid to Rev. John Craig, pastor at Tinkling Spring, to pay his stipends from 1740 to 1750, to be paid by the congregation out of the money advanced by him to help build the meeting house. £10 of same to be laid out for a pulpit and pulpit cloth. John Preston's bond to be given up to his son. Wm. Preston. All debts due by George Wilson, who is married to testator's wife's niece, Rebecca Vicers (Viers?), to be given up. Granddaughter, Mary Buchanan. Executors, John Buchanan, Wm. Thompson, nephew, Wm. Preston, Silas Harte. All disputes between executors to be left to arbitration of the minister and elders of Tinkling Spring church. Testator was agent for John Smith, Zachery Lewis, Wm. Waller, Wm. Green, Wm. Parks for the Roanoke and James River grants. As to the Great Grant on the waters of Misicipia, James Gordon, James Johnston, John Grimes, John _____, Richard Barns, Robert Gilchrist, James Bowre, Robert Jackson, have assigned their parts to testator. Richard Winston's part is assigned to little John Buchanan. To Mary Preston, horses. Teste: Thomas Stewart, Edward Hall, John Williams. Proved, 26th November, 1755, bv Stewart and Hall. Wm. Preston refuses to execute, also Silas Harte. Buchanan and Thompson qualify, with sureties David Stewart, Joseph Culton, Wm. Preston, Edward Hall, Thomas Stewart. 16th August, 1769, Wm. Preston qualifies executor.

Sources: Title: The Compendium of American Geneaolgy, 1600s-1800s Abbrev: Compendium American Genealogy Author: Virkus Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, 1997 Page: v. 5; p. 583 Title: World Family Tree Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Abbrev: World Family Tree Vol. 27 Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc. Publication: Release date: September 15, 1998 Note: Customer pedigree. Page: Tree #2183, Date of Import: Aug 12, 2000

Children of MARY PATTON and WILLIAM THOMPSON are: i. SARAH6 THOMPSON, b. 1757, Montgomery "Augusta Co., " Virginia.

Notes for SARAH THOMPSON: Gene Pool Individual Records Sarah Thompson Birth: 1757-- Augusta, Montgomery, VA Death: -- Spouse: Sarah Thompson Parents: William Thompson, Mary Patton

ii. ELIZABETH THOMPSON, b. 1761, Montgomery "Augusta Co., " Virginia.

Notes for ELIZABETH THOMPSON: Gene Pool Individual Records Elizabeth Thompson Birth: 1761-- Augusta, Montgomery, VA Death: -- Spouse: Elizabeth Thompson Parents: William Thompson, Mary Patton

iii. HENRY THOMPSON, b. 1775, Montgomery "Augusta Co., " Virginia; m. ELIZABETH CLOYD CLYDE.

Notes for HENRY THOMPSON: Gene Pool Individual Records Henry Thompson Birth: 1775-- Augusta, Montgomery, VA Death: 1828 -- Spouse: Elizabeth Cloyd Clyde Parents: William Thompson, Mary Patton

Notes for ELIZABETH CLOYD CLYDE: Gene Pool Individual Records Henry Thompson Birth: 1775-- Augusta, Montgomery, VA Death: 1828 -- Spouse: Elizabeth Cloyd Clyde Parents: William Thompson, Mary Patton

References
  1. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Source number: 892.005; Source type: Pedigree chart; Number of Pages: 7.

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