Person:James Cartmill (2)

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James Cartmill
m. 4 December 1745
  1. James CartmillABT 1740 - ABT 1810
  2. Daughter Cartmill1742-1755 -
  3. Margaret 'Peggy' CartmillEst 1742-1747 -
  4. Elizabeth CartmellABT 1742 -
  5. Capt. John B. CartmillABT 1750 - 1838
  6. Thomas CartmillABT 1752 - ABT 1783
  7. Henry CartmillABT 1754 - 1838
  8. Daughter CartmillABT 1758 -
m. ABT 1760
  1. Thomas CartmillBET 1767 AND 1775 - BET 1837
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Name James Cartmill
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1740 Chester County, Pennsylvania
Marriage ABT 1760 to Margaret Unknown
Death? ABT 1810 Cabel County, Virginia

James Cartmill was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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From Cartmill Family DNA site:

http://www.cartmill-genealogy.com/dna.html

1. James Cartmill - born about 1740. Died about 1810 in Cabell County, WV. Married Margaret about 1760. Moved to the Bluestone River area of Montgomery County, VA about 1780. The area in which James settled was about 75 miles SW of Botetourt County. James was given 30 pounds when his father died in 1786. After James' father died in 1786, James returned to Botetourt County for about 5 years (1786-1791). James kept his property on the Bluestone River though and around 1791-1792 James returned there. The area of Montgomery County in which James settled became Wythe County in 1790 and then Tazewell County in 1800. Between 1800 and 1810 James and his three sons, John, Thomas and Henry sold their properties in Tazewell County and moved NW into Cabell County, WV. Descendants of these families lived in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia in areas close to where KY, OH and WV converge.


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James Cartmill (b. Bet. 1743 - 1745, d. Aft. 1815) James Cartmill (son of Henry Cartmill and Mary Anderson)29 was born Bet. 1743 - 1745 in (Botetourt?) VA, and died Aft. 1815 in (Tazewell) VA. He married Margaret Unknown.

Notes for James Cartmill:

Res. (Botetourt) VA; is in court records there 1773-88. Listed as (Tazewell) VA Revolutionary Soldier resident. May be same who received (Jefferson) KY land 1780 (listed as Thomas Carnal).

(Rockingham) VA Abstracts of Land Grant surveys, 1761-1791, by Kaylor: 90 ac. on Purgatory Mtn., 20 Dec 1769

1766, Aug. (Augusta) VA; noted in Givens vs. Cartmill: James Cartmill, brother of John.

1769, 20 Dec. (Augusta) VA Surveys: 90 ac. Purgatory Mtn.

1770/1 (Botetourt) VA 1 Tith/ 200 ac. (also Henry, 2 t.)

In "Botetourt County, Va., and It's Men, 1770-1777" by Charles Burton: 1772-3 (Botetourt) VA tax: Buffalo cr. 1774 (Botetourt) VA tax: 'the falls" 1775 (Botetourt) VA tax: Buchanan to Roanoke R, E. of Fincastle. 1777 (Botetourt) VA tax: (no location). Note Henry & James on same lists 6/34/38/55/69/76; John also on 34/38/55/69.

1782 (Montgomery) VA Land Tax (same dist as John Compton)--400 ac; L25/ 5s. tax. Same year pers. ppty. tax: Jams 1 tith/10 horses/14 cattle.

1783 (Montgomery) VA Court List of Claims: James Cartmill (two entries: 0.13.6 and 1.0.7)

1786, 20 Setp (Montgomery) VA: 400 ac. Bluestone Cr of New r., adj. to John Cumpton, Jr. (Grants #41, p. 261

(Wythe) VA Tax lists for James: 1793-6 (1 tith); 1797 (3 tith); 1798-1800 (1 tith)

(Tazewell) VA Tax: 1801: James: 3 / Henry: 1 / James: 400 ac. (??? re-check this)

1806 listings in Harman: Annals of Tazewell Co., VA: Deed from John Cartmill to James Bean of (Giles), p 273-4 Deed from James " to William Wall, p. 296 Deed from James " & Margaret his wife to Samuel Flummer, p. 309 Deed from James " to John Compton, p. 314

Listed as serving in regular army in battle at Alamance.

Vol. 2 of Scots-Irish in VA Court and Vestry Records of (Augusta) VA Order Book XXIV, p. 350. v1: "Givens vs. Cartmell..." names James, brother of John 1766.

Bill Owens-Smith of Genforum thinks James in 1782 (Montgomery) VA tax may be son of henry (of Purgatory Ck., Botetourt Co. and died 1786 Botetourt); names sons John, James and Henry. 1777 Henry Sr., Jr., James, john on (Bot.) Tax between James River and Buffalo Ck (including Purgatory Cr.) Henry's will 1786 left $ to James, land to John and Henry Jr. Wonders if James is father of Henry of Cabell.

1800 Tax (Wythe) VA: James, 1 wm 16+, 5 horses

1810 (Kanawha) VA Census: James 1 m 16-26/David 1 m 26-45/ Henry 2 m 0-10, 1m26-45, 1f0-10, 1f10-16, 1f16-26, 1f26-45; 2 slaves.

1810 (Kanawha) VA Pers. Ppty. Tax: James: 1 wm 16+; 1837 .06; 1841-2-3 1 tith. (Probably these later ones is brother of David).

1820 Census: Henry: Botetourt 54A/Cabell 81A/Kanawha 3; James: Botetourt 54; Thomas: Cabell 81A

www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_load.cgi?img=/data/276/images/Scotc.../003391.200.gif, Casey vs. Skillern--O. S. 264; N. S. 93--Will of Geo. Skillern of Botetourt. ...names nephew, James Cartmill.

Per Titus R. Pottinger: James Cartmill - born about 1740. Died about 1810 in Cabell County, WV. Married Margaret about 1760. Moved to the Bluestone River area of Montgomery County, VA about 1780. The area in which James settled was about 75 miles SW of Botetourt County. James was given 30 pounds when his father died in 1786. After James' father died in 1786, James returned to Botetourt County for about 5 years (1786-1791). James kept his property on the Bluestone River though and around 1791-1792 James returned there. The area of Montgomery County in which James settled became Wythe County in 1790 and then Tazewell County in 1800. Between 1800 and 1810 James and his three sons, John, Thomas and Henry sold their properties in Tazewell County and moved NW into Cabell County, WV. Descendants of these families lived in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia in areas close to where KY, OH and WV converge.

Details on VA Cartmills: See Cartmill file incl. Pottinger, Sticher and others forwarded to me by Phil Cartmill.

Children of James Cartmill and Margaret Unknown are: +Thomas Cartmill, b. Bet. 1767 - 1775, VA, d. Bet. Mar 1837 - Jan 1838, (Cabell) VA.