Person:Robert Kirk (7)

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Capt. Robert Kirk
 
m. est. 1740
  1. Alexander Kirkest 1741-1746 -
  2. Martha Kirkest 1740/41 - bef 1801
  3. John Kirkbef 1743 - bef 1801
  4. James Kirkest 1745 -
  5. George Kirkest 1745-1755 - bef 1791
  6. Patrick Kirkbef 1752 -
  7. Capt. Robert Kirkest 1760 -
  • HCapt. Robert Kirkest 1760 -
  • WMartha Moffett1765-1768 - Bef 1811
m. 16 AUG 1786
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Name Capt. Robert Kirk
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1760 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 16 AUG 1786 Augusta County, Virginiato Martha Moffett

Robert Kirk was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records of Robert Kirk in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Page 292.--9th May, 1783. James Kirk's will--To son, Alexander, 10 shillings; to son, John, 10 shillings; to daughter, Martha, 10 shillings; to son, Robert, £5; to wife, Jean, and sons, James and George, all estate. Executors, wife Jan and son John. Teste: Benj. Talmann, Ambros (mark) Jones, James McCan. Proved, 20th May, 1783, by the witnesses. Executors qualify.
  • Page 34.--1st January, 1811. George Moffett's will--To wife, Sarah; to daughter, Margaret, to school her two youngest children, Clarissa and Joseph; to son, James (900 acres of Glen Creek, Ky., land); son, George (South Elkhorn Survey in Kentucky); son, William; to five married daughters; daughter, Sally; daughter, Margaret (Glen Creek Survey where she now lives); to deceased daughter Martha's daughter, Sally, and son, George (Glen Creek); Martha was wife of Capt. Robert Kirk; to daughter, Mary (Glen Creek); to daughter Mary's children by her first husband; to deceased daughter Magdalene's children, viz: George, John, Henry, Addison, Samuel, Magdalene; to daughter, Elizabeth, and her son, George; to daughter, Sally; to brother William's widow and children, John, Thomas, Mary; to son George's Maria; to sister, Mary; to Charles Patrick's son, George; to sister, Hannah, and her son, George; to nephew John Patrick's oldest son; to nephew, John M. Estill, and Benj. Estill's oldest daughter. Executors, son James and nephew Jno. M. Estill. Teste: George Crosby, Wm. Young, Jno. A. Sheets. Proved, 26th August, 1811. Executors qualify.