Person:David McGavock (1)

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David McGavock
m. 20 February 1760
  1. Hugh McGavock1761 - 1844
  2. David McGavock1763 - 1838
  3. James McGavock1764 - 1838
  4. Randall McGavock1766 - 1844
  5. Mary McGavockaft 1770 -
  6. Betsie McGavockEst 1774-1782 -
  7. Joseph McGavockabt 1775 -
  8. Sarah McGavock1787 - 1853
m. 16 June 1789
  1. James McGavock1790 -
  2. John McGavock1792 -
  3. Francis McGavock1794 -
  4. Randal McGavock1796 -
  5. Emily McGavock1798 - 1798
  6. Lysander McGavock1800 -
  7. Hugh L.W. McGavock1804 -
  8. Sarah E. 'Sally' McGavock1804 -
  • HDavid McGavock1763 - 1838
  • WMary Turnerbef 1795 - 1834
m. 1812
  1. David T. McGavock1813 -
  2. Albert McGavock1814 - 1836
Facts and Events
Name David McGavock
Gender Male
Birth[1] 6 February 1763 Max Meadows, Wythe County, Virginia
Marriage 16 June 1789 Rockbridge County, Virginiato Elizabeth McDowell
Marriage 1812 to Mary Turner
Death[1] 7 August 1838 Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee

David McGavock was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Robert Harvey and Martha, his wife et als., vs. John Bowyer--O. S. 140; N. S. 48--. Orators Robert and Martha are children of Magdalen Bowyer of Rockbridge, wife of John. Complainants are, viz: Robert Harvey and Martha; David McGavock and Elizabeth; James McDowell of Rockbridge; James McDowell, son of John, said John next friend to his infant children, Polly, Samuel, William, Sarah and John; George Moffett and Sarah, his wife, representatives of Magdalen Bowyer, deceased. Samuel McDowell of Jessamine County, Ky., deposes 26th July, 1808: Was son of Magdalen; was Dr. McDowell; moved to Kentucky with his family in 1783. Andrew Reed was Samuel's son-in-law. Martha Harvey was only daughter of Benj. Borden, her sister Hanna having died infant and intestate. Elizabeth McDowell was widow of James McDowell (deceased intestate), son of Magdalen. Martha had been the wife of Benj. Hawkin's, deceased. Benj. Borden, Jr., died April, 1753. Magdalen Bowyer and Mary Greenlee were sisters-in-law. John McClung deposes 7th August, 1809, he was acquainted with Gen. John Bowyer on his arrival in this country, which was about fifty-five years ago. John came as a school teacher, which he followed only a few months, when he married Mrs. Magdalen Borden. Samuel McDowell's wife was sister of deponent. William Patton deposes (same time as above) that in fall coming it will be about 55 years since Genl. John Bowyer came first to this part of the country. Deponent was about 13 years old. Bowyer opened a school which William attended, and in a few weeks Bowyer and Magdalen were married. Bowyer had of property only a horse and saddle and the usual clothes which young men in his station had.
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