Person:Eli Wilson (6)

Eli Babb Wilson
m. 11 Oct 1753
  1. Ralph WilsonAbt 1754 -
  2. Eli Babb Wilson1755 - 1842
  3. Sampson WilsonAbt 1758 -
  4. Ruth Wilson1760 - 1848
m. 22 Oct 1788
  1. Eli Babb Wilson1789 - 1841
  2. Elizabeth WilsonABT 1791 -
  3. John WilsonABT 1793 -
  4. Abram WilsonABT 1795 -
  5. Ruth WilsonABT 1797 -
  6. Hannah WilsonABT 1799 - BEF 1842
  7. William WilsonABT 1801 -
  8. Samuel WilsonABT 1803 - BEF 1842
  9. Jane WilsonABT 1805 -
  10. Mary 'Polly' WilsonABT 1807 -
Facts and Events
Name Eli Babb Wilson
Gender Male
Birth? 1755 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 22 Oct 1788 Augusta County, Virginiato Hannah Haptonstall
Alt Marriage 29 October 1788 to Hannah Haptonstall
Death? 1842 Augusta County, Virginia

Eli Wilson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 6, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Wilson, Eli - born Augusta County (area later Pendleton County), Virginia; entered service 1776 Pendleton County, Virginia, where he resided, in Virginia regiment; entered service 1781, resided there at Bullpasture, in Virginia regiment; Pensioned there 1832 age 77, per County Justice of the Peace William McCoy Jr. & County Court Clerk Zebulon Dyer; plantation to soldier & soldier served with affiant's brother mentioned but not named in Revolutionary War company of affiant's father, Captain John McCoy; soldier died 11/11/1845; married 10/29/1788 Hannah, who resided 1846 Pendleton County, age 75. F-S6401, R2605.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 121.--21st March, 1780. Edward Hynds' estate settlement recorded--8th July, 1778, sale at vendue to, viz: John Peebles, Anthony Johnson, Francis Foard, Mathew Pen, Eli Bab Wilson, John Kingin, Thos. Deverix, Lewis Baker, Wm. McKeamey, Thos. Dugless, Joseph Newton; 1777, John Jordan; paid Elizabeth Peilentine, William Smith's legacy.

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