Person:John Norris (45)

Watchers
m. October 1759
  1. Capt. John Norris1760 - 1836
  2. Joseph Norris1765 - 1854
  3. Nancy Norris1767 - 1827
  4. Susanna Norrisabt 1768 -
  5. Josephine Norrisest 1773 -
  6. Samuel Norrisest 1776 -
  7. Sarah Norrisest 1780 - bef 1849
  • HCapt. John Norris1760 - 1836
  • WMary Jonesabt 1764 - abt 1851
m. 25 Mar 1782
  1. Juliet Norris1783 - 1837
Facts and Events
Name Capt. John Norris
Gender Male
Birth[1] 4 Jul 1760 Fauquier County, Virginia
Marriage 25 Mar 1782 Fauquier Co., Virginiato Mary Jones
Marriage Bond 25 March 1782 Fauquier County, Virginiasigned by William Tomlin, witnessed by H. Brooke
to Mary Jones
Death[1] 12 Feb1836 Jackson Mill, Lewis, West Virginia, United States
Burial[1] Jackson Mill Cemetery, Butchersville, Lewis Co., West Virginia, United States

American Revolutionary War Veteran

Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 4, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Norris, John - entered service 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia, where born on 7/4/1760; resided there after Revolutionary War to 1807 when moved to Lewis County, Virginia, where granted Pension in 1833; Minter Bailey age 70 & John Bailey made affidavit then there on soldier's Revolutionary War service per County Justice of the Peace William Powers; soldier died 2/12/1836; married 3/26/1782 to Mary Jones (Marriage Bond 3/25/1782 signed by William Tomlin, witnessed by H. Brooke) in Fauquier County, virginia, per certificate in 1840 by that County Court Clerk Alexander J. Marshall; widow granted Pension age 75 in Fauquier County, Virginia in 1839; daughter mentioned but not named in 1840; widow's sister Frances was wife of John Bailey made affidavit 1840 in Lewis County, Virginia that she attended soldier's marriage, performed by Reverend James Craig; County Justice of the Peace 1840 in Lewis County, Virginia was James M. Camp & County Clerk of Court was John Talbott; query letter in file 1888 from grandson John Bassel (on mother's side) in Clarksburg, West Virginia, attorney-at-law, says his mother died at age 87, soldier had 10 children, one of whom was living in 1888 at age 92; query letter in file in 1930 from descendant Tessie L. Bennett, Ontario, California, who was also a descendant of Revolutionary War soldier William Bennett (married Barbara) of Pendleton County, West Virginia. F-W19930, R1826.


Records

Marriage Bond 25 March 1782 Fauquier County, Virginia signed by William Tomlin, witnessed by H. Brooke to Mary Jones Marriage 26 March 1782 Fauquier County, Virginia married by Rev. James Craig to Mary Jones

Comment from John's Find-a-Grave memorial page: s/o William III and Hannah (Bell) Norris

Tombstone inscription from photo at his Find-a-Grave memorial page:Scott's Co., Virginia Vols Revolutionary War Jul 4 1760 Feb 12 1836

Information found at http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:John_Norris_%2845%29 : Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 4, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Norris, John - entered service 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia, where born on 7/4/1760; resided there after Revolutionary War to 1807 when moved to Lewis County, Virginia, where granted Pension in 1833; Minter Bailey age 70 & John Bailey made affidavit then there on soldier's Revolutionary War service per County Justice of the Peace William Powers; soldier died 2/12/1836; married 3/26/1782 to Mary Jones (Marriage Bond 3/25/1782 signed by William Tomlin, witnessed by H. Brooke) in Fauquier County, virginia, per certificate in 1840 by that County Court Clerk Alexander J. Marshall; widow granted Pension age 75 in Fauquier County, Virginia in 1839; daughter mentioned but not named in 1840; widow's sister Frances was wife of John Bailey made affidavit 1840 in Lewis County, Virginia that she attended soldier's marriage, performed by Reverend James Craig; County Justice of the Peace 1840 in Lewis County, Virginia was James M. Camp & County Clerk of Court was John Talbott; query letter in file 1888 from grandson John Bassel (on mother's side) in Clarksburg, West Virginia, attorney-at-law, says his mother died at age 87, soldier had 10 children, one of whom was living in 1888 at age 92; query letter in file in 1930 from descendant Tessie L. Bennett, Ontario, California, who was also a descendant of Revolutionary War soldier William Bennett (married Barbara) of Pendleton County, West Virginia. F-W19930, R1826.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Memorial@ 33775584, in Find A Grave.