Person:Archibald Stuart (2)

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Judge Archibald Stuart
m. ABT 1755
  1. Frances Stuart1755 -
  2. Jane StuartAFT 1755 - 1843
  3. Mary Patterson StuartAFT 1755 -
  4. Judge Archibald Stuart1757 - 1832
  5. Robert Stuart1759 - 1827
  6. Elizabeth StuartAFT 1760 -
  7. Eleanor StuartAFT 1760 -
m. 4 MAY 1791
  1. Thomas Jefferson Stuartabt 1792 -
  2. Archibald P Stuartabt 1795 -
  3. Gerard Briscoe Stuart, Esq.abt 1800 -
  4. Alexander Hugh Holmes Stuart, Esq.1807 - 1891
Facts and Events
Name Judge Archibald Stuart
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Mar 1757 Augusta, Virginia, United StatesWalnut Grove
Marriage 4 MAY 1791 Frederick County, Virginiato Eleanor Briscoe
Death[3] 11 Jul 1832 Staunton, Virginia, United Statesage 75 -
Residence? Augusta, Virginia, United States
Burial[3] Trinity Episcopal Churchyard, Staunton, Virginia, United States

Archibald Stuart was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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  1. Judge Archibald Stuart, in Waddell, Joseph A. (Joseph Addison). Annals of Augusta County, Virginia: with reminiscences illustrative of the vicissitudes of its pioneer settlers biographical sketches of citizens locally prominent, and of those who have founded families in the southern and western states : a diary of the war, 1861-'5, and a chapter on reconstruction by Joseph Addison Waddell. (Staunton, Virginia: C.R. Caldwell, 1902), 367.

    ... II. Alexander Stuart ... His first wife was Mary Patterson, whose children were -
    1. Archibald, the Judge, whose wife was Eleanor Briscoe, of Maryland. ...

  2.   Judge Archibald Stuart, in Peyton, John Lewis. History of Augusta County, Virginia. (Staunton, Virginia: Samuel M. Yost and Son, 1882), P 309.

    ... Major Stuart married first Mary Patterson, of South river, Augusta co., by whom he left issue: 1. Judge Archibald Stuart, of Staunton; ...
    Judge Archibald Stuart was born 1757, was educated at Liberty Hall and William and Mary College. In 1781 he joined Gen. Greene’s force in N. C., was appointed by him Aid, and he took part in the battle of Guilford. After the war he studied law under the great Jefferson, and returned to Rockbridge. He was now elected under peculiarly flattering circumstances delegate to the Legislature from Botetourt, and after a service of three years, removed to Staunton. He rose so rapidly in popular esteem that he was elected in 1788 as the colleague of Zach. Johnston to represent the county in the Convention to ratify the Constitution of the U. S. In 1791 he m Eleanor Briscoe, d of Col. Gerard Briscoe, of Md. Shortly after this event, he was elected to the Senate of Va., and was subsequently chosen its President. In 1799, he was elected Judge of the General Court of Va., assigned to the Augusta district, and served until 1831. During his career he enjoyed the friendship of such men as Henry, Jefferson, Marshall, Madison, and Monroe. Judge Stuart was distinguished as a land lawyer, and as a Judge, for his discriminating judgment, and enjoyed the confidence, respect and esteem of the eminent Bar which practiced at his Court, among whom were Chapman Johnson, Daniel Sheffey, John H. Peyton, B. G. Baldwin, P. P. Barbour, W. C. Rives, and others. Judge Stuart was tall of stature and dignified in appearance, an able lawyer and upright judge. At his death, in 1832, he left four sons: 1. Thomas Jefferson; 2. Archibald P.; 3. Gerard Briscoe; 4. Alex H. H. Stuart. ...

  3. 3.0 3.1 Archibald Stuart, in Find A Grave.

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