Person:Hugh McGavock (1)

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Hugh McGavock
b.25 September 1761 Virginia
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
  • HHugh McGavock1761 - 1844
  • WNancy Kentabt 1764 -
m. 29 March 1785
  1. Mary 'Polly' McGavock1788 - 1866
  2. Margaret McGavock1800 -
  3. Elizabeth McDowell 'Eliza' McGavockbef 1803 -
Facts and Events
Name Hugh McGavock
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 September 1761 Virginia
Marriage 29 March 1785 Botetourt County, Virginiato Nancy Kent
Death[1] 2 April 1844 Max Meadows, Wythe County, Virginia

Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 3, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

McGavock, Hugh - born September 1761; entered service 1779 in Montgomery County, Virginia, where resided (area later Wythe County, Virginia), granted Pension 1834 in Wythe County, Virginia; resided 1835 on Reed Creek there; died there 4/2/1844; wife died before him; 10 children: son James died before soldier leaving widow & children mentioned but not named; in 1844 other 9 children who applied for pension: Joseph, Jacob, Robert, Hugh, Randall (resided there age 43, P.O. address 1850 Wytheville, Virginia), Sally, Polly wife of Thomas Cloyd (she died before 1850), Eliza wife of Andrew B. Ewing & Margaret wife of Samuel H. McNutt (she died before 8/25/1845 leaving husband & several children mentioned but not named); one of soldier's sons married daughter of Senator Felix Grundy who in 1835 gave affdavit in Davidson County, Tennessee, that he & one of soldier's brothers married sisters; soldier's youngest brother David resided in Davidson County, Tennessee, 1835 age 72; soldier's brother-in-law Joseph Kent resided 1832 in Wythe County, Virginia, & in 1835 was Justice of the Peace for that County age 70, he having married soldier's sister abt. 50 years before, & was a nephew of Colonel Joseph Crockett. F-S16948, R1682.
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