Person:John Covington (6)

John C. Covington
b.Abt 1710
m. 1691
  1. John C. CovingtonAbt 1710 - 1767
  2. James CovingtonAbt 1713 -
  3. Henry CovingtonAbt 1716 - 1766
  4. William CovingtonAbt 1720 - 1794
  5. Benjamin CovingtonAbt 1722 - 1767
  6. Sarah Covington
  7. Nathaniel Covington
  • HJohn C. CovingtonAbt 1710 - 1767
  • WMary AireyBet 1692 and 1718 - Bet 1746 and 1806
m. 13 Jul 1731
  1. James CovingtonBef 1734 - 1776
  2. John CovingtonAbt 1734 - 1809
  3. William CovingtonAft 1735 - 1778
  4. Henry CovingtonAbt 1736 - Abt 1805
  5. Benjamin Covington - 1814
  6. Mary Covington1741 -
  7. Elizabeth CovingtonAbt 1745 - 1820
  8. Rebecca CovingtonAbt 1751 -
  9. Sarah CovingtonAbt 1752 -
  10. Simon Covington - Bef 1828
Facts and Events
Name John C. Covington
Gender Male
Birth[4] Abt 1710
Alt Birth[1] Abt 1712 Church Hill, Queen Anne's County, Maryland
Alt Birth[2][3][1] 1713 Queen Anne County, Maryland
Marriage 13 Jul 1731 Queen Anne's County, MarylandSt. Luke's Church
to Mary Airey
Death[4] 1767 Queen Anne County, Maryland
Alt Death[1] 14 May 1767
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Nehemiah7.FTW, Date of Import: May 9, 2001, Unreliable quality.
  2. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 16, Ed. 1 (Release date: December 15, 1997), Tree #1639, Date of Import: May 9, 2001, Unreliable quality.
  3. John1713a.FTW, Date of Import: May 9, 2001, Unreliable quality.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Gregg, Eugene Stuart. A crane's foot or pedigree of branches of the Gregg, Stuart, Robertson, Dobbs and allied families. (Hilton Head Island, South Carolina: Gregg, c1975 (Columbia, S.C. : R.L. Bryan)), p. 549, Secondary quality.

    John Covington, eldest son of the immigrant Henry Covington, b. ca. 1710, d. in 1767 at the family plantation,"Providence", in Queen Annes Co., Md. In his will (Queen Annes Co. Wills, Liber 36, folios 2-3) he makes bequests to his wife and all ten of his children, who received the equivalent of 20 pounds currency in silver and other personal property. The two oldest sons James and John, Jr. were given the estate lands. All of his children eventually came to N. C.