Person:Phillip Woolwine (1)

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Phillip S. Woolwine, Sr.
b.bef. 1744
d.bef. 17 Octobber 1786 Augusta County, Virginia
  • HPhillip S. Woolwine, Sr.bef 1744 - bef 1786
  • W.  Elizabeth (add)
m. bef. 1766
  1. Philip Woolwine, Jr.1766 - 1830
  2. Johannes 'John' Woolwine1767 -
  3. Elizabeth Woolwineest 1768 -
  4. Barbara Woolwine1769 -
  5. Susanna Woolwineest 1780/81 -
  6. William Lewis Woolwine1782 - 1845
  7. George Woolwine1786 -
Facts and Events
Name Phillip S. Woolwine, Sr.
Alt Name Philip Woolvine
Alt Name Philip Wohlwen
Alt Name Philip Wollwein
Gender Male
Birth? bef. 1744
Marriage bef. 1766 to Elizabeth (add)
Death? bef. 17 Octobber 1786 Augusta County, Virginia

Philip Woolwine was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Pennsylvania

Baptism Records, Egypt Reformed Church, Northampton County, PA:
Wohlwein, Johannes, son of Philipus and Elizabeth, born 4/24/1767; sp. Johannes Meyer and Catharine Schafer; both single.
Wollwein, Barbara, Daughter of Felip and Elizabeth, born 2/7/1769; baptized 3/5/1769; sp. Marx Binckle and Barbara Pulmann. (Penn. Archives, 6th Ser. Vol. VI Page 200).
[Source: Egypt Reformed Church, Lehigh Co. (then Northampton), PA 1734-1834 - pub. 1905].


Estate Records

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - 17th October, 1786--Elizabeth Woolwine, administrator of Philip Woolwine.
  • Page 25.--1st September, 1787. Philip Woolvine's estate sold at vendue-- Articles bought by Elizabeth Woolvine, administratrix.


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records (unless otherwise listed):


  • 1779 - Woolwine, Philip, wife Elizabeth aided during the Revolutionary War in Frederick County. [Source: "Virginians in the Revolution" Historical Register of Virginians In the Revolution, sailors, marines, soldiers 1775-1783, by John H. Gwathmey, page 847].
  • August and Sept, 1784 James Hill vs Philip Woolwine, wife and their dau. Elizabeth, and John Moore and wife, A&B, 10 July 1784.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond - 1787--February 1, James McLaughlin and John Moore, surety. James McLaughlin and Elizabeth Woolwine, daughter of Elizabeth Wolvine (consent). Teste: G. Cordell, John Gorden.
  • Dec. 16, 1795 - George Woolwine aged 10 years on 23 April next, to be bound to Michael Harmon learn the art and mystery of a hatter.
  • April 20, 1796. On the motion of Elizabeth Woolwine, William Woolwine, aged 13 years, 28 May last, to be bound to Michael Harmon, to learn the trade of a hatter. April 20, 1796.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond - 1797--April 27, Philip Wolwine and Jacob Wolwine, surety. Philip Wolwine and Elizabeth Harris, of age. Philip is son of Elizabeth Wollwine (consent). Teste: Jacob Woolwin, Thomas Stevens. (Note: this is undoubtedly Philip, Jr.)
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond - 1800--May 20, John Hively and Jacob Woolwine, surety. John Hively and Susanna Woolwine, daughter of Philip Woolwine, deceased, and Elizabeth Woolwine, who consents. Both of age.

Citations

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousins4us/Woolwine/WoolwineNotes.htm