John Gilkeson Guthrie
- H. John Gilkeson Guthrieabt 1761 - 1845
- W. Ann Guthrie1773 - 1832
m. AFT 1815
Facts and Events
John Guthrie was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Records in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:
- Page 45.--Delivered to Jno. Guthrey, son of William, 1st December, 1790. Teste: William Orr.
- Page 169.--12th April, 1794. James McCune's will--To eldest sister, Rachel Bell; to sister, Anne; to eldest brother, John McCune; to brother, Samuel; to brother, Wm. McCune; to brother, Archibald; to sister's daughter, Mary Beele; to brother William's son, James A. McCune, tract on Tennessee River; to sister Elizabeth's son, Alexander M. Henry, tract on Tennessee River. Executors, brothers Samuel and Archibald. Teste: John Guthray, David McClure, John Trimble. Proved, 16th June, 1795, by Guthrey and McClure. Executor qualified.
- Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond - 1794--May 14, John Guthrey and Hugh Gilkeson, surety. John Guthrey and Margaret Gilkeson, daughter of Hugh Gilkeson.
- Vol. 2 - Marriage Record - 1794, By Rev. John McCue: May 15th, John Guthery and Margaret Gilkerson.
- Vol. 2 - APRIL, 1795 (A to J). - William Guthery vs. John Guthery--Ejectment, February, 1792, involves deed from Beverley to Stuart, 25th November, 1751, recorded in Augusta.
- Vol. 1 - MAY 18, 1797. - (149-159) John Guthrey, for a scurrilous libel to the Court and acknowledged by him, is to be put in the pillory from 11 to 12 o'clock tomorrow.
- Vol. 2 - JUDGMENTS. SEPTEMBER, 1802 (A to R). - Commonwealth vs. Moses McCue--Moses McCue, Deputy Sheriff; John Guthery, Jr., laborer; David Bush, laborer, broke into William Kennerley's house and beat him. David Bush no inhabitant. William is confined in jail on civil process and writ habeas corpus, issued to bring him before Grand Jury to testify. (Note: this John Guthrie??).
- Vol. 2 - CIRCUIT COURT CAUSES ENDED. - Guthrie vs. Bush--O. S. 49; N. S. 17. Arbitration bond by Nicholas Bush, of Fairfield Ohio, to John Guthrie 15th June, 1805; arbitration involving lands on Long Meadow.
John Guthrie (above) when young moved with his parents to Augusta County, Va., where he spent the remainder of his life.' He married (1) May 15, 1794, Margaret Gilkeson," a first cousin.
WILLIAM OF JOHN 161
(See the Gilkesons, Allied Families). She was born in 1772; died Dec. 27, 1815." He married (2) Ann Guthrie, also his first cousin. (See James Guthrie, p. 167). She was born in 1773; died April 27, 1832." John Guthrie died Jan. 27, 1845." No children by his second marriage. He was the only one of his father's children, to remain in Virginia.
Children of John Guthrie and Margaret Gilkeson, all of whom lived to be upwards of seventy years:
- 1. Hugh Gilkeson Guthrie,138 b. July 12, 1795; m. Mrs. Betty Gilkeson, (nee Paterson), widow of John Gilkeson, (See the Gilkesons, Allied Families). He d. April 18,1881; his wifeMay 1, 1886. No children.
- 2. William Guthrie, b. Dec. 2, 1796; m. Margaret McClanahan,140 granddaughter of William Gilkeson and Sarah (Love) Guthrie. (See the Gilkesons, Allied Families). They had one childMargaret Ann Guthrie," who m. Daniel Guthrie. They had no children, see p. 167).
- 3. Betsy Guthrie, b. Oct. 30, 1798; m. Charles Harrison; no children.
- 4. David Guthrie, b. March 14, 1801. (Below)
- 5. Matilda Guthrie, b. April 25, 1803. (Below)
- 6. Haddassah McClelland Guthrie, b. July 9, 180N Q. 162).
- 7. Ann Guthrie, b. Aug. 16, 1808; m. Samuel Wallace; no children.
- 8. Amanda Guthrie, b. May 19, 1810, m. Lehre Guthrie, (see p. 167).
- 9. Margaret Lynn Guthrie, b. April 17, 1811 Q. 164).
- 10. John Gilkeson Guthrie, b. Dec. 13, 1815, (p. 165).
David Guthrie (above) married Jane Ann Paxton. Children:
- 1. John Blair Guthrie, b. October, 1849. (Below)
- 2. Roberta Guthrie, who d. in childhood.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Lacy Moffett Notes.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Find A Grave.