Person:John Galloway (25)

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Lt. John Galloway
b.bef. 1753
d.bef. 14 July 1787
m. bef. 1753
  1. William Gallowaybef 1753 -
  2. Jean Galloway
  3. Lt. John Gallowaybef 1753 - bef 1787
  4. Robert Gallowaybef 1767 -
  5. Mary Galloway1768 - aft 1850
  6. Isabel 'Esebell' Galloway
  7. David Galloway
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Name Lt. John Galloway
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1753
Death? bef. 14 July 1787

John Galloway was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Estate Records

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 22.--14th July, 1787. John Galloway's estate appraised.
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 19, 1787. - (335) Admn. of estate of John Galloway granted Thomas Frame.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Jacob Persinger's Declaration, April 15th, 1833: Age 84; enlisted in 1775 under Capt. Mathew Arbuckle, First Lieut. Andrew Wallace, Second Lieut. _____ Wood, Third Lieut. John Galloway, Ensign Samuel Walker Regiment of Major Nevice served one year at Point Pleasant; was a citizen of Botetourt (now Alleghany).


Records in Botetourt County, VA

At a court held for Botetourt County the 13th day of May, 1773
Solomon Seekright, Plff. ) In Ejectment for one messuage & one tract of
agst. ) land containing one thousand acres with the
James Smith, Deft. ) appurtenances on two small creeks, branches of Clinch River, in this County of the demise of Alexr. McClenachan, Wm. Shelton & John Shelton.
This day came the parties by their attornies & thereupon came also a jury, towit: Alexr. Collier, Moses Collier, Aaron Collier, Felty Cook, John Douglass, James Hollis, John Litton, Dawson Wade, John McMullin, Thomas Carpenter, William Galloway & John Galloway, who retd. verdt. in favor of the plff. and damages of one penny, beside his costs.
[Botetourt County, Virginia Court Minutes, County Court May 1773].