Person:Joseph Woodell (2)

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Lt. Joseph Waddell
d.26 JUL 1834
m. 1745
  1. Jane Waddell1746 - 1814
  2. James Woodellabt 1751 - 1833
  3. Lt. Joseph Waddell1752 - 1834
  4. Sarah Woodellabt 1754 -
  5. Thomas Woodell, Jr.1759 - 1839
  6. Elizabeth Woodellabt 1761 -
  7. Martha Woodell1763 - abt 1851
  8. John H. Woodell1764 - 1852
  9. Jane Woodellabt 1770 - 1864
m. BEF 1783
  1. Thomas Woodell1783 - 1800
  2. Nancy Agnes Woodell1785 - 1861
  3. John Woodell1787 - 1865
  4. Joseph Woodell, Jr.1789 - 1829
  5. Margaret 'Peggy' Woodell1800 - 1836
Facts and Events
Name Lt. Joseph Waddell
Alt Name Lt. Joseph Woodell
Alt Name Joseph Wooddell
Gender Male
Birth? 1752 near Sangerville, Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage BEF 1783 to Elizabeth McKinney
Death? 26 JUL 1834

Joseph Waddell (Woodell) was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 501.--20th May, 1777. Same (Thomas Waddle and Alese (Elise)) to son Joseph Waddle (part of 400 acres on which said Thomas now lives). Patented to James Coyle, 16th August, 1769 (??).


Records of Joseph Waddell (Woodell) in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 260.--12th February, 1778. Ralph Lofftus and Sarah to Adam and John Stephenson and Samuel Anderson. Patented to William Cunningham, 10th August, 1759, on Thorny Branch. Delivered: John Bing, August, 1778. Teste: Thomas, Joseph and James Waddle.
  • Page 260.--12th February, 1778. Ralph Lofftus and Sarah to Adam and John Stephenson and Samuel Anderson. Patented to William Cunningham, 10th August, 1759, on Thorny Branch. Delivered: John Bing, August, 1778. Teste: Thomas, Joseph and James Waddle.
  • Vol. 1 - JANUARY 18, 1780. - (181) John Dickey recommended Captain, vice William Henderson. who has removed to Kentucky; Joseph Waddle as Lieutenant, and John Bell as Ensign in said Company.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 15, 1780. - (265b) Andrew Anderson qualified Lieutenant. James Poage qualified Ensign. John Dickey qualified Captain; Joseph Waddle, Lieutenant, and Joseph Bell, Ensign.
  • Page 429.--6th September, 1784. Thomas Waddle (Waddell), Sr.'s, will--To 3 oldest children, has already given their part; to sons, Thomas and John, 288 acres and a survey adjoining James Curry; to son, Joseph, the land he now cuts; to son, John; to son, Thomas; to wife; to daughter, Elizabeth; to daughters, Martha and Jane; to four daughters. Executors, Joseph, Thomas, and John. Teste: James Waddell, Sarah Persey. Proved, 19th October, 1784, by the witnesses. Joseph and Thomas qualify.
  • Page 378.-(undated, abt. October 1784) -Patent to John Brownlee, November, 1752. Teste: Joseph Waddell, James Waddall, Joseph Waddall, John Stevenson.
  • Page 43.--4th September, 1785. Jno. Faris' will--To wife, Agnes Feris; to son-in-law, Wm. Feris; to son-in-law, Job Rennolds. Executors, wife Agnes and son-in-law Wm. Paris. Teste: Joseph Waddell, Edward Wealden. Proved 16th October, 1787, by Joseph Waddell, and 19th February, 1788, by Wealdon, and 17th June, 1788, executors qualify.
  • Page 180.--27th September, 1794. John Faries' estate appraised by Joseph and James Waddell, Wm. King.
  • Page 224.--20th April, 1796. William McKemey's will, Sr., farmer-- To wife, Isabella; to son, John; to son, William, infant; to son, James, infant; to daughter, Peggy McKemey; to daughter, Polly McKemey; to daughters, Nancy McKemey, _____ McKemey, Ellenor McKemey, Isabella McKemey, Elizabeth McKemey. Executors, Isabella McKemey, son John and brother James McKemey. Teste: Christopher Perey, Joseph Waddell, Nancy McKemey, John McKemy. (No certificate of probate.) (Note: William McKinney was the brother-in-law of Joseph Waddell).

Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 6, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :


  • Wooddell, Joseph, entered service 1774 Augusta County, Virginia, where resided, in Virginia Regiment against indians; entered service 1778 in Virginia Regiment; entered service as 1st lieutenant 1781 in Virginia Regiment, and served at Battles of Hot Water & Jamestown; pensioned age 80 in Pocohontas County, Virginia 1833, per County court justices Benjamin Tallman, William Cackley, Robert H. Beale, Jacob Lightner per witness William Glaven; younger brother John made affidavit then Augusta County, Virginia verifying soldier's service per County Justice of the Peace James A. McCue & County Clerk of Court Jefferson McKinney; clergyman John S. Blain made affidavit there then per County clerk of Court Henry M. Moffett; soldier died 76/26/1834; surname spelled also Woodell & Waddle. F-S11883, R2634.