Person:Robert Gay (11)

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Robert Gay
d.20 DEC 1824 Gallia County, Ohio
m. ABT 1744
  1. James Gay1745 - 1809
  2. John Gay1746-1760 -
  3. Sarah Gay1746-1760 -
  4. Robert Gay1755 - 1824
m. 20 NOV 1788
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Name Robert Gay
Gender Male
Birth? 1755 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 20 NOV 1788 Augusta County, Virginiato Rebecca 'Elizabeth' Lockridge
Death? 20 DEC 1824 Gallia County, Ohio

Robert Gay, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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From Augusta County, VA records:
20 Nov 1788 Gay, Robert Lockridge, Elizabeth


Notes

Gay Families of Augusta and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia Author(s): Robert H. Montgomery Source: The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 59, No. 2 (Apr., 1951), pp. 195-215 Published by: Virginia Historical Society


(2) Robert2 (Robertl). It is unlikely because of his age that this was the second husband of Sarah Gay, daughter of Henry Gay. The will of Robert, Sarah's husband, dated August 1, 1815, is abstracted in the article "John Gay of Sadsbury." Nor is it at all probable that he was the Robert Gay of Rockbridge, who d. 1791, leaving two grandsons and a granddaughter. See below. Robert2 (Robertl) appears to have been alive in 1799, when, as appears above, a deed to him and his brother of Lot 7 was delivered to him. Lot 7 in 1782 was in Rockbridge County and I think that this Robert was on the 1782 list of Rockbridge taxables (Morton, Rockbridge, page 370). He may have been the Robert Gay who founded the family in Pocahontas County, West Virginia, but I think not. If so, this article is incorrect in ascribing that family to Robert2 (Jamesl). This Robert may have been the Robert Guy who was surety on the marriage bond of Thomas Guy and Mary Swearingen (Chalkley, II, 295).