Person:Abraham Sevier (1)

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Abraham Sevier
b.14 FEB 1760
d.1841
m. 1744
  1. Gen. John Sevier1745 - 1815
  2. Col. Valentine Sevier1747 - 1800
  3. Capt. Robert Sevier1749 - 1780
  4. Elizabeth SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  5. Bethenia SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  6. Sophia SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  7. Catherine SevierBET 1750 AND 1759 -
  8. Mary 'Polly' Sevierabt 1752/53 - bef 1804
  9. Abraham Sevier1760 - 1841
  10. Joseph Sevier, I1764 - 1826
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Name Abraham Sevier
Gender Male
Birth[1] 14 FEB 1760
Death[2] 1841

Abraham Sevier was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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American Revolutionary War Veteran

Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 5, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Sevier, Abraham - born 2/14/1760 in Shenandoah [then Frederick] County, Virginia; entered service 1778 in Washington County, North Carolina (area later Tennessee), in North Carolina company; entered service 1779 in North Carolina Regiment; entered service 1780 in North Carolina Regiment of Colonel John Sevier (no kinship given); granted Pension 1832 in Overton County, Tennessee; died 6/18/1841; query letter in file says soldier married Mary Little. F-S1589, R2152.


Records of Abraham Sevier in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Davidson vs. Kern--O. S. 416; N. S. 151--Bill by Ananias Davidson. Early in January, 1819, Josiah Davidson, brother of orator, died, intestate, and without children, leaving widow; orator (full brother); Thomas Little, a half-brother; Mary, wife of Abraham Sevier, and Lydia, wife of Henry Reehards (Richards?), half-sisters. They were residents of Rockingham and Shenandoah. Letter from A. Davidson dated Knoxville, 1820. Receipt by Abraham Severe dated Overton County. Term, 24th July, 1820.
References
  1. Family Tree Maker site - Ancestors of Frank Buckley Adams - Mason City, IA.
  2. Descendants of Abraham Goad, Generations 1-4 - (http:/www.cswnet.com/~mgoad/report.htm), pg. 4.