Person:James Moffett (2)

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James Moffett, III
b.30 AUG 1764 Augusta Co., VA
Facts and Events
Name[1] James Moffett, III
Gender Male
Birth[2] 30 AUG 1764 Augusta Co., VA
Other[4] 1787 Augusta Co., Va1787 Census of Virginia
Marriage 29 DEC 1789 Augusta Co., VAto Mary "Polly" Stuart
Death[2] 5 JUL 1826 Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia
Burial[3][5] Bethel Presbyterian Church, Greenville, Augusta Co., VAphoto of grave on Findagrave #22565158

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

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 105.--23d October, 1779. Rebecca (mark) Caruthers' will--To daughter, Esther, all estate, together with £1,200 willed to Rebecca by her husband; mother; care of said child given to executors, for failure then, to John Caruthers; to sisters; to brothers; to brother, William; to brothers James and John. Executors, father John Moffett. Teste: James Cunningham. James Young, Wm. Moffett. Proved, 16th November, 1779, by Young and Moffett.
  • 1789--Marriage Bond - December 26, James Moffett and Mary Stuart; surety, Archibald Stuart.
  • 1789, Marriage Record - December 29th--By Rev. Saml. Carrick: James Moffett and Mary Stuart.
References
  1. Early Records - Not specifically identified.

    Date of Import: Dec 16, 2000

  2. 2.0 2.1 Moffett Bible.

    Date of Import: Dec 16, 2000

  3. Moffett Genealogy by Lacy Irvine Moffett.
  4. 1787 Census of Virginia.
  5. LSP's Findagrave.com photo online of James and Mary Stuart Moffett's flat gravestones.

    SACRED
    to
    the memory
    of
    JAMES MOFFETT
    who
    departed this life
    on the 5th day of July
    1826
    aged 62 years
    (large flat slightly sunken gravestone, near the brick building, beside his wife)