Person:Isaac Gillham (1)

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Isaac Gillham
m. 1742
  1. Sarah GillhamABT 1743 - 1827
  2. Susannah Gillhamabt 1746 - 1831
  3. Thomas Gillham, Jr.1749 - 1828
  4. James Campbell Gillham1752 - 1811
  5. William GillhamABT 1754 -
  6. John Gillham1756 - 1834
  7. Isaac Gillham1757 - 1845
m. 1784
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Name Isaac Gillham
Gender Male
Birth? 17 NOV 1757 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 1784 South Carolinato Jane Kirkpatrick
Death? 16 SEP 1845 Madison County, Illinois

Isaac Gillham 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. 2, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :


Gillham, Isaac - born 11/10/1757 in Augusta County, Virginia; moved in 1763 to South Carolina, where entered service 1777 when resided in Camden District; moved 1800 to Madison County, Illinois where received Pension in 1832; married 1783 or 1787 to daughter of Thomas Kirkpatrick (also Revolutionary War soldier) & 1st wife of York County, South Carolina; (see F-2991, file of Thomas Kirkpatrick for marriage data); query letter in file states soldier resided of Venice, Madison Couinty, Illinois; query letter in file states soldier's wife was Jame Kirkpatrick; query letter in file 1912 from great grandaughtter Mary W. Gillham, Edwardsville, Illinois; query letter in file 1915 from great grandaughter Dr. Marguerita Gillham Squire, Carrollton, Illinois whose father James A. Gillham resided with her at age 84; query letter in file 1908 from descendant Mrs. C.F. Ehnie of Jacksonville, Illinois; query letter in file states following members of Gillham family of South Carolina served in Revolutionary War: Lieutenant Thomas Gillham & his sons Charles, Ezekiel, Thomas Jr., John, William, James & Isaac. F-32270, R1075.