Person:James Houston (14)

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James Houston
b.bef. 1701
d.after 1721 but before 1726
m. Bef. 1698
  1. Samuel Houston - bef 1741
  2. James Houstonbef 1701 - after 1721
  3. Robert HoustonAbt 1701 -
  4. Jane Houston1706 -
  5. Margaret HoustonBef 1709 -
  6. Ann Houstonest 1715 - 1770
  1. Christopher Huston (2) - 1784
  2. John Huston
  3. Thomas Huston
  4. James Huston1721/22 - 1789
Facts and Events
Name James Houston
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1701
Death[1] after 1721 but before 1726

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Overview

This article is for James Houston of Brandywine Creek. James is believed to be the son of Person:Christopher Huston (1) of Mill Creek Hundred, and predeceased his father, sometime beween his marriage in 1721 and his father's death in 1726.

James Houston married Mary Glassford May 27, 1721 at Philadelphia First Presbyterian Church. [2]

See Notebook:James Houston (14) for data capture.

Personal Data

Personal Data
VitaDatumSource/Basis/Comment
DOB:
POB:
DOD:If an unrecognized son of person:Christopher Huston (1), dead by 1726 when Christopher wrote his will.
POD:
Father:Possibly an unrecognized son of person:Christopher Huston (1)
Mother:
Spouse:Mary Glassfordsurname also spelled "Glasford" and "Crasford'
DOM:
POM:
Children
Name DOB POB DOD POD Spouse DOM POM Dispersion and Notes
Thomas Houston See Will of Margaret Pulford-Stedman-Blunston-Lightfoot [3]
person:John Huston (17) Mary McMullen Speculative son of James. Wife based on Land transaction between John ALLMOND of Brandywine hundred and James Hueston and his wife Mary McMullen. Almond's wife was apparently Mary's sister Barbary according to this transaction. [See: Note 7 of James Huston Notebook ]
Christopher Houston IF James (14) is the son of Christopher Huston (1), and the two grandchildren that Christopher (1) mentions in his will are the sons of James (14), then there should be a "Christopher Huston among James (14)'s children. No direct mention of him has been identified, but data collection for this person is not complete.
James


See Will of Margaret Pulford-Stedman-Blunston-Lightfoot


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Footnotes

  1. Not mentioned in will of person:Christopher Huston (1) written 1726. But identified in Old Swedes Church records as having a child by mary Crasford (Glessford, Glassford) in 1721.
  2. Source:Linn and Egle, 1880:34. Her name is spelled "Crasford", but it seems likely that the surname is the more commonly written "Glassford". On October 31 1734 Robert Huston married Martha Work. This Robert is also believed to be the son of Christopher Huston of Mill Creek Hundred.
  3. Identified as sons of James Houston of Brandywine in the Will of Margaret Pulford-Stedman-Blunston-Lightfoot.