Person:John Hughett (1)

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John Hughett
b.14 November 1763 Augusta County, Virginia
d.19 December 1844 Botetourt County, Virginia
m. abt. 1752
  1. James Hughett1752 -
  2. Thomas Hughett1757 -
  3. William E. Hughettabt 1760 - bef 1837
  4. Martha Hughett1760 -
  5. Lucy Hughett1762 -
  6. John Hughett1763 - 1844
  7. Frankey Hughett1772 -
  • HJohn Hughett1763 - 1844
  • W.  Margaret Hewitt (add)
m. 19 November 1794
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Name John Hughett
Alt Name John Hewitt
Gender Male
Birth? 14 November 1763 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 19 November 1794 Botetourt County, Virginiato Margaret Hewitt (add)
Death? 19 December 1844 Botetourt County, Virginia

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

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Records of John Hughett in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 2 - Revolutionary Declaration - John Hewit's Declaration, September 5th, 1833: Born in Augusta (now Botetourt) November 14th, 1763; volunteered September 8th, 1780, under Capt. James Robinson; his and the Company of Capt. Alexander Handley marched to the Southern States under Major David Campbell; joined Gen. Morgan two days after the battle of Cowpens and took the place of the Militia of Augusta and Rockbridge, who acted so bravely and were about to be discharged; Capt. Handley and John Alien were taken prisoners, Col. Williams commanded. Again in Capt. James Smith's Company he marched from Pattonsburg and was under Major Patrick Lockhart at Yorktown and Col. Samuel Lewis, Lieut. Cartmel, Col. William Anderson, John Tate.