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Maj. John McDowell
b.8 December 1757 Virginia
m. 17 JAN 1754
  1. Sarah McDowell1755 - ABT 1775
  2. Magdelena McDowell1755 -
  3. Maj. John McDowell1757 - 1835
  4. James McDowell1760 - 1843
  5. William McDowell1762 -
  6. Samuel McDowell1764 -
  7. Martha McDowell1766 - 1835
  8. Joseph McDowell1768 -
  9. Dr. Ephraim McDowell1771 - 1830
  10. Mary McDowell1774 -
  11. Caleb Wallace McDowell1776 - 1811
  12. Andrew Reid McDowell1778 -
m. 16 Aug 1788
  1. Elizabeth McDowellabt 1788 -
m. 12 April 1804
m. bef. 1822
Facts and Events
Name Maj. John McDowell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 8 December 1757 Virginia
Marriage 16 Aug 1788 Augusta County, Virginiato Sarah McDowell
Marriage 12 April 1804 Cumberland County, Kentucky to Lucy Nash LeGrand
Marriage bef. 1822 to Jane 'Jennie' Lyle
Death[1] 18 July 1835 Fayette County, Kentucky

Maj. John McDowell was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Not to be confused with John McDowell (b. abt. 1766 - d. bef. 1845, Lawrence County, Kentucky), who married Sarah Withrow.


Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 3, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

McDowell, John - entered service 1776 in Virginia regiment; moved soon after Revolutionary War from Rockbridge County, Virginia, to Kentucky, where granted Pension age 73 in Fayette County in 1831; granted Bounty Land Warrant #1749 there then; died there 7/18/1835 leaving widow Jane, who was granted his Pension arrears; son William living in 1844; query letter in file 1914 from descendant Mrs. Charles Ratliff, Texarkana, Texas; query letter in file 1937 from Mrs. W.S. Dozier, Dawson, Georgia, who was descendant of a Virginia Revolutionary War soldier John McDowell {this is a different John McDowell}, born 1758-9 in Virginia, died 1828-1830 in Hardin County, Virginia, his children's deaths: Nancy 1/11/1945, John Jr. 3/11/1840, Mary 2/2/1850, William Allen 2/14/1850 & Swepson 11/17/1877 (born 1795, married Elizabeth Carman, who was born 1802 & died 12/13/1856; query letter in file 1920 from great great grandaughter Mrs. Jane Leighton, Iowa City, Iowa, states soldier & son William among early settlers on land on White River between Terre Haute & Indianapolis, In. F-W30578, R1678.

Information on Maj. John McDowell

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John MCDOWELL
BIRTH: 08 DEC 1757, Virginia
DEATH: 1835
Father: Samuel MCDOWELL
Mother: Mary MCCLUNG
Family 1: Sarah MCDOWELL
Family 2: Lucy LEGRAND
Family 3: Jennie LYLE
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 International Genealogical Index. (LDS Church, 1999-2005).