Person:Thomas Poage (3)

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Rev. Thomas Poage
m. 3 JUN 1751
  1. Robert Poage1752 - 1814
  2. Ann Poage1752-1766 -
  3. Mary Poage1752-1766 -
  4. William Poage1752-1755 -
  5. James Poage1754-1769 -
  6. Col. George Poage1754 - 1821
  7. Elizabeth Poageest 1756-1766 - 1802
  8. John Poage, Jr.1757 - 1827
  9. Rev. Thomas Poage1758 - 1793
m. 19 February 1793
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Name Rev. Thomas Poage
Alt Name Thomas Crawford Poage, S2
Gender Male
Birth[2] 1758 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 19 February 1793 Virginiato Jane 'Jean' Watkins
Death[2] 1 October 1793 Gerrardstown, Berkeley County, Virginia

Thomas Poage was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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http://www.mal.net/EarlyPresbyterians/presbiop.htm Rev. Thomas Poage (pre-1770-1793)

Thomas Poage, son of John, Sr., was a promising young minister, who died in 1793. He had recently married a Miss Jane Watkins to whom, and his brother John, he left his estate. The witnesses to the will were the Rev. William Wilson and the Rev. John Poage Campbell. The latter and John Poage were appointed executors. Mr. Campbell's name was originally simply John Campbell, but he added the name Poage on account of his devotion to his friend, Thomas Poage. His will p. 84 of Will Book 8, Augusta County. He is called Thomas Pogue, Jr. to distinguish him from his uncle Thomas: Oct. 1, 1793. To wife, Jean, 1/2 mill plantation on Falling Spring, which was willed to testator by his father; to brother John. Executors, Rev. John Campbell and brother John Poage. Teste: Alex. Humphreys, Richard Trother, Philip Sholl. Proved, Jan Court, 1794, by Strother and Sholl. Executors qualify; 3d Oct. 1793. John Poage, legatee above relinquishes to widow Jean all claim under will to any property which came to Thomas through the widow, Jean, who was Jane Watkins. No children are named in the will. Part of his estate was in Rockbridge County.

References
  1.   Waddell, Joseph A. (Joseph Addison). Annals of Augusta County, Virginia: with reminiscences illustrative of the vicissitudes of its pioneer settlers biographical sketches of citizens locally prominent, and of those who have founded families in the southern and western states : a diary of the war, 1861-'5, and a chapter on reconstruction by Joseph Addison Waddell. (Staunton, Virginia: C.R. Caldwell, 1902).

    4. Thomas Poage, son of John, Sr., was a promising young minister, who died in 1793. He had recently married a Miss Jane Watkins, to whom, and his brother John, he left his estate. The witnesses to the will were the Rev. William Wilson and the Rev. John Poage Campbell. The latter and John Poage were appointed executors. Mr. Campbell's name was originally simply John Campbell, but he added the name Poage on account of his devotion to his friend, Thomas Poage.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Ancestry.com/Ancestry Family Trees: Public Members Trees.