m. ABT 1733
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16 ix. William Anderson1, born July 1750 in Augusta Co., Virginia; died July 1817 in Jessamine County, Kentucky. He married (1) Mary Craig 1777; born May 10, 1752; died January 16, 1778. He married (2) Catherine Blair 1779.
Notes for William Anderson:
! (1) "Gleanings of Virginia History," by William Fletcher Boogher ( 1965) p.114-115,322. FHL #975.5 H2bw.
(2) "Annals of Augusta County From 1726 to 1871," by Joseph Addiso n Waddell (2nd. ed., C. Russell Caldwell, Staunton, VA, 1902). LDS fi lm #1000,633, item 2.
(3) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Extract ed from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800," by L yman Chalkley, (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1966) Vol. 2, p.469 . FHL #975.591/F2s.
(4) Records of Augusta Co., Virginia 1745-1800, Vol. 3, by Chaulke y (1966) p.177. LDS lib. #975.591/F2s.
! Birth: (1) c.1752, s/o John Anderson/Jean.
Marriage to Mary Craig: (1)
(1,2) Was a Captain during the Revolutionary War. (3) Revolutionar y War declaration made Jul 1834 by Samuel Bell in application for pen sion, Augusta Co., VA, mentions service with Andrew Anderson, Willia m Anderson and others. Samuel Bell entered the VA line on Continenta l establishment 8 Mar 1777, was ensign in Capt. McGuire's Co. attache d to 16th Regiment commanded by Col. William Grayson. Promoted to Lt. , Capt. Thomas Bell's Co. in same regiment. Was at Battle of Brandywi ne, Germantown, Guilford, Hotwater.
(4) 1779, 4 Mar: His father's will states "in case he return from h is journey."
(1,2) 1784: Moved to Kentucky. (2) Moved with the Trimbles, Moffett s, and others.
Notes for Mary Craig:
! (1) Carolyn Davidson Carey, 7105 E. Powers Ave., Greenwood Village , CO 80111. Cites: (a) Gleanings of Virginia History, by Wm. Fletche r Boogher. (b) Annals of Augusta Co., by Chalkey, Vol. III, p.177.
! Birth: (1b) 10 May 1752.
Death: (1b) 16 Jan 1778.