Person:Samuel Gillespie (4)

Watchers
m. est. 1740/41
  1. John Gillespieest 1742 -
  2. James GillespieABT 1744 - 1790
  3. Samuel Gillespie1745 - 1812
  4. William GillespieABT 1747 -
  5. Jacob GillespieABT 1747 - BEF 1829
  6. Mary GillespieABT 1749 -
  7. Jean GillespieABT 1753 -
  8. Eleanor GillespieABT 1755 -
  9. Thomas GillespieBET 1757 AND 1760 -
  10. Ann GillespieABT 1757 -
  11. Hannah GillespieBEF 1760 -
  1. Theophilus Gillespie1776 - AFT 1860
  2. Margaret 'Peggy' Gillespie1779 -
  3. Nelly Gillespie1781 -
  4. Jane Gillespie1783 -
  5. Elizabeth "Betsy" GillespieBET 1784 AND 1796 -
  6. Samuel Gillespie1797 - 1861
  7. Sally Gillespie1799 -
  8. William Gillespie1800 -
  9. John Gillespie1802 -
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Gillespie
Gender Male
Birth? 1745 Prob. Augusta County, Virginia
Death? 1812 Bull Creek, Cole River, Kanawha County

Samuel Gillespie was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Information on Samuel Gillespie

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Samuel 1st Gillispie, born 1745 in Augusta County, Virginia, died 1812 at Bull Creek, Cole River.

Samuel 1st (wife Elizabeth died after 1812 - last name unknown) moved to Cole River, 1807.

Children :
1. Theophilus, born 1776 in Augusta County, Virginia , died after 1860
2. Peggy, born 1779 in Augusta County, Virginia, Married John Williams
3. Nelly, born 1781 , Augusta County , Virginia, Married John Lain
4. Jane, born 1783, Bath County
5. Betsey (Elizabeth) , born Bath County
6. Samuel II, born 1797, Bath County ,died 1861, Bull Creek ,Boone County WV.
7. Sally ( Sarah) , born 1799, Bath County
8. Billy (Wm.), born 1800 Bath County - (Probably moved to Teays Valley)Kan. Co. on Samuel Henry Land
9. John, born 1802 Bath County

Alll moved to Bull Creek in 1807 form Bath Co. First Gillispie in Kanawha County (now Boone) in 1810 census.