Person:Thomas Paxton (17)

Duplicate parents - compare
m. 1735
  1. John Paxton1735-1742 -
  2. Col. Thomas Paxton1739 - 1813
  3. Samuel Paxton1746 -
Duplicate parents - compare
m. 1776
  1. Col. Thomas Paxton1739 - 1813
  2. Lesley Paxton1769 -
  3. Jonathan Paxton1777 - 1852
  4. Mary Paxton1779 - 1793
  5. Sarah Paxton1780 -
  6. Margery Paxton1781 -
m. 1761
  1. Sarah Paxton
  2. Nancy Paxton1762 - 1854
  3. Robert Paxton1763 - 1856
  4. Isabella Paxton1768 - 1837
  5. Maria Jane Paxton1771 - 1834
  6. Margaret Paxton1774 - 1838
  • HCol. Thomas Paxton1739 - 1813
  • WMartha White1751 - 1835
m. 1782
Facts and Events
Name[1] Col. Thomas Paxton
Gender Male
Birth? 1739 Lancaster County, PennsylvaniaMarsh Creek
Marriage 1761 to Isabelle Quaite
Alt Marriage 1765 to Isabelle Quaite
Other 1765 Bedford, Pennsylvania, USAAlt. Marriage
with Isabelle Quaite
Marriage 1782 to Martha White
Death? Mar 1813 Miami, Clermont, Ohio, United States
Residence[2] Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States
Residence[3] Ohio, United States
Burial[6] Paxton Cemetery, Loveland, Clermont, Ohio, United States

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19. Thomas3 Paxton, Col. (Samuel2, Samuel1) was born 1739 in PA, and died 1813 in Ohio (?). He married Isabella Quaite. She died 1780.

Child of Thomas Paxton and Isabella Quaite is: + 75 i. Robert4 Paxton, born 1763; died 1856.

References
  1. Godfrey Memorial Library, comp. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI). (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 1999;), Database online.

    Record for Thomas Paxton

  2. Ancestry.com. History of Bedford, Somerset, and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its p. (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT; Date: 2005;), Database online.
  3. Ancestry.com. Memoirs of the Miami Valley. (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT; Date: 2005;), Database online.
  4.   Paxton, W. M. (William McClung). The Paxtons: their origin in Scotland, and their migrations through England and Ireland, to the colony of Pennsylvania, whence they moved south and west, and found homes in many states and territories. (Frankfort, Kentucky: Kentucky Historical Society, 1966), 330.
  5.   Ancestry.com. Oregon state roster of ancesters (sic), Daughters of the American Revolution, 1963. (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT; Date: 2004;), Database online.
  6. Grave Recorded, in Find A Grave, [Includes headstone photo], last accessed Nov 2016.

    [The inscription reads:
    A soldier of the Revolution. Col. Thomas Paxton was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1739. He was comissioned Lt. Col of the Secong Batallion of the Penn Mil of Bedford County in 1777 and served until the close of the war. He participated in the North West Campaign against the Indians under General Anthony Wayne and was present at the battle of Fallen Timbers. D Mar 1813. Rev. Sold.]