Person:James Trimble (16)

Capt. James Trimble
b.abt. 1753 Augusta, Virginia
m. bet. 1743-1752
  1. Robert TrimbleEst 1745-1759 -
  2. Capt. James Trimbleabt 1753 - 1804
  • HCapt. James Trimbleabt 1753 - 1804
  • WJean AllenABT 1755 -
m. 29 Mar 1773
  1. John A. Trimble1774-1797 -
  2. Mary Trimble1774-1797 -
  3. Gov. Allen Trimble1783 - 1870
  4. William Allen Trimble1786 - 1821
  5. Margaret Trimble1789 -
Facts and Events
Name Capt. James Trimble
Alt Name James Trimble
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt. 1753 Augusta, Virginia
Alt Birth[1] 1756 Augusta, Virginia
Marriage 29 Mar 1773 Augusta, Virginiato Jean Allen
Military? 10 Oct 1774 Battle of Point Pleasant, member of Captain George Matthews' company
Death[1] 1804 Woodford, Kentucky
Alt Death? 1804 Hillsboro, Ohio

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

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 510.--18th May, 1779. James Trimble and Jean to James Bell, part of the plantation whereon Trimble now lives. (Note: it is likely that the land that James Trimble was living on was part of his father's lands, which passed to James after his father's death).

Records of James Trimble in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 16, 1768. - (505) Jame Trimble, aged 15, orphan of John Trimble, chose George Moffett guardian. (Note: this is most likely this James Trimble, record establishes his birthdate as abt. 1753).
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Licenses in Augusta County - 1773-- March 29, James Trimble. (Note: this record of a marriage of James Trimble, likely this James, also appears to indicate an earlier birthdate of abt. 1753).


Information on Capt. James Trimble

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Captain James Trimble

Captain James Trimble was the son of John and Mary Christian Moffett Trimble and was born in Augusta county, Virginia, 1756, and removed with his half-brother, Robert Moffett, 1784, to what is now Woodford County, Kentucky, where he died in 1840. His family removed to Hillsboro, Ohio, where his sons became prominent and honorable men. Allen Trimble being acting Governor in 1822, and afterwards being elected Governor and serving from 1826 to 1830 Wm. A. Trimble, born in Woodford County, Kentucky, April 4, 1786, was a Major in the War of 1812, Brevit Lieutenant-Colonel, U.S.A., in 1810. He was elected to the United States Senate and died while a member of that body on December 13, 1821, aged thirty five years. James Trimble married Jane Allen, daughter of Capt. James Allen of Augusta and had eight children, six sons and two daughters, Margaret married James McCue of Augusta, and spent a long and honorable life in the county. The other daughter, Mary married John M. Nelson, a native of Augusta but long a resident of Hillsboro, Ohio.

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James TRIMBLE was born in 1756 in Augusta County, Virginia. (28)(21) He died in 1804 in Hillsboro, Ohio.(28) (21) When 18 years of age, in 1774, James was a member of Captain George Matthews' company at the battle of Point Pleasant. He was Captain of Rifle Rangers. He moved to Woodford County, Kentucky in 1783. Parents: John TRIMBLE and Mrs. Mary CHRISTIAN. He was married to Jane ALLEN. (28) Children were: Margaret TRIMBLE , Mary TRIMBLE, Allen TRIMBLE , John A. TRIMBLE.


From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

Order Book No. XI 16 March 1768 p. 145: (505) Jame Trimble, aged 15, orphan of John Trimble, chose George Moffett guardian.

p. 103. Will Book No. 4 (88) 18th March, 1768. George Moffett's bond (with John Christian) as guardian to James Trimble, orphan of John Trimble.

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James TRIMBLE was born in 1756 in Augusta County, Virginia. (28)(21) He died in 1804 in Hillsboro, Ohio.(28) (21) When 18 years of age, in 1774, James was a member of Captain George Matthews' company at the battle of Point Pleasant. He was Captain of Rifle Rangers. He moved to Woodford County, Kentucky in 1783. Parents: John TRIMBLE and Mrs. Mary CHRISTIAN. He was married to Jane ALLEN. (28) Children were: Margaret TRIMBLE , Mary TRIMBLE, Allen TRIMBLE , John A. TRIMBLE.


From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

Order Book No. XI 16 March 1768 p. 145: (505) Jame Trimble, aged 15, orphan of John Trimble, chose George Moffett guardian.

p. 103. Will Book No. 4 (88) 18th March, 1768. George Moffett's bond (with John Christian) as guardian to James Trimble, orphan of John Trimble.

References
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