Person:Samuel McClure (15)

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Samuel S. McClure
b.3 August 1748 Augusta County, Virginia
m. abt. 1747
  1. Samuel S. McClure1748 - 1815
  2. Alexander McClureabt 1752 - abt 1801
  3. Janet McClure1753 - aft 1818
  4. Mary McClureabt 1754 -
  5. Ann McClure1756 - 1835
  • HSamuel S. McClure1748 - 1815
  • WHannah McClureABT 1745 - BEF 1790
m. abt. 1768
  1. Catherine 'Catey' McClure1769 -
  2. Mary McClureabt 1770 -
  3. John McClureabt 1771 - 1854
  4. James McClureabt 1773 -
  5. Agnes McClureabt 1774 -
  6. Samuel M. McClure1777 - 1849
  7. William Alexander McClureabt 1780 - 1859
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Name Samuel S. McClure
Gender Male
Birth? 3 August 1748 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1768 poss. Botetourt County, Virginiato Hannah McClure
Death? 29 December 1815 Busseron, Knox County, Indiana

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

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Records in Virginia

Vol. 2 - Fee Books of Augusta Court - 1769 - page 183, Samuel McClure, son of John, James River, (October), McClure's deeds to you. [Chalkley's Chronicles].
McClure, Malcolm. Will probate June 1791. Names wife Elizabeth and children: John and Mary, a brother Samuel and Nephew, Samuel, Jr. [Source: Early Marriages, Wills and some Revolutionary War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia, Compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 60]. (Note: Malcolm was Samuel's brother).
Marriage Record, Botetourt County, Virginia - McClure, James and Agnes McClure. John and Samuel (McClure) sureties - Sept. 19, 1795. [Source: Early Marriages, Wills and some Revolutionary War Records, Botetourt County, Virginia, Compiled by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 31]. (Note: Agnes appears to be Samuel's daughter).
Vol. 2 - McClure vs. McClure--O.S. 49; N. S. 17. John McClure died testate in Botetourt, leaving Caleb Worley et als., executors, but Caleb died soon after. This is a suit by John McClure, son of Samuel vs. Samuel (father of John), who was son of John, Sr., who died testate. John is eldest of three sons of Saml. Samuel is about to remove out of the State, 23d September 1803. [Chalkley's Chronicles].