Person:Elizabeth Wallace (42)

Elizabeth Wallace
b.est. 1755
m. 1737
  1. Samuel Wallace1737-1750 -
  2. Mary Wallace1737-1752 -
  3. Susan Wallace1742 -
  4. Margaret Wallace1744 - BEF 1832
  5. Hannah WallaceABT 1745 -
  6. Michael Wallace1752 - 1809
  7. Elizabeth Wallaceest 1755 -
m. abt. 1776
  1. Andrew Logan Briscoe1776 - 1850
  2. Margaret 'Peggy' Briscoe1779 - 1843
  3. William 'Uncle Billy' Briscoe1782 - 1857
  4. Philip Briscoeabt 1783 - 1831
  5. Gen. Parmenas Briscoe1784 - 1851
  6. John Briscoe1786 - 1850
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Wallace
Gender Female
Birth? est. 1755
Marriage abt. 1776 Albemarle County, Virginiato Capt. William Briscoe

Notes for ELIZABETH WALLACE: Article 1.--Elizabeth Wallace, a daughter of Andrew Wallace and Margaret Woods his wife.

She married Captain William Briscoe, who came from Virginia, and settled in Madison County, Ky., on the waters of Otter Creek, near where the town of Richmond was afterwards established, acquiring a homestead adjoining that of his wife's cousin John Reid, whose wife was Mary Woods, a daughter of Colonel John Woods, and Susannah Anderson his wife, of Albemarle County, Va. He and his brother-in-law, Michael Wallace occupying homes near each other, if not adjoining. He acquired deed to his lands, July 24, 1787 from one Peter Taylor and his wife. On the 24th of July 1803, he and John Reid had an exchange of small pieces of land, when he and his wife Elizabeth made a deed to John Reid to fourteen acres of land and John Reid and Mary his wife made to him a deed to fourteen acres. Oct. 7, 1794, County Court Order, towit: "Ordered that William Briscoe extend his road from the widow Blacks to Otter Creek." He held the title of Captain. The order in alloting hands to Michael Wallace, surveyor of the State Road, includes Captain Briscoe's hands. He was a Captain in the Revolutionary Army. He died between the 9th day of Dec. 1830, and the 3rd day of Jan. 1831, for his will bearing date Dec. 9, 1830, was probated Jan. 3, 1831, and recorded in the Clerk's office of the Madison County Court; in his will he appointed his son-in-law, Samuel Logan, and his friend William Goodloe, executors.