Person:William McCutcheon (6)

William McCutcheon
m. 23 JUN 1753
  1. James McCutcheon1754 -
  2. John McCutcheon1755 - 1841
  3. Sarah McCutcheon1757 -
  4. William McCutcheon1758 - 1848
  5. Elizabeth McCutcheon1760 - 1847
  6. Margaret McCutcheon1762 -
  7. Elinor McCutcheon1764 -
  8. Margaret McCutcheon1766 -
  9. Samuel McCutcheon, Jr.1768 -
  10. Jane McCutcheon1770 -
  11. Frances McCutcheon1772 -
  12. James McCutcheon1775 -
  • HWilliam McCutcheon1758 - 1848
  • WJean Finley1770 - 1852
m. 20 JUN 1794
Facts and Events
Name William McCutcheon
Alt Name William "Elder Billy" McCutcheon
Gender Male
Birth? 17 NOV 1758 Augusta County, Virginia
Alt Birth? 27 NOV 1758 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 20 JUN 1794 to Jean Finley
Death? 28 JUN 1848 Augusta County, Virginia

William McCutcheon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records of William McCutcheon in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1794--May 13, Wm. McCutchen and Alex. St. Clair, surety. Wm. McCutchen and Jean Finely (of age), daughter of Robert Finely (consent).

Information on William McCutcheon

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Death & Marriage Notices, 1843-1863, p.27:

Died in Augusta County, Va., on the 29th of June, 1848, Mr. William McCutcheon, in the 90th year of his age. A native of Virginia.… born November 27, 1758.… at the call of his country, he took up his line of march to the defences of New York.… In 1806, he united with the A. R. Church at Old Providence in Augusta County and was elected to the office of ruling elder.

VIRGINIA MILITIA IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, PART II Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution, page 120

Declaration of William McCutcheon:

McCUTCHEON, WILLIAM.--Augusta, June 20, 1833. Born Nov. 27, 1758. Went into service in 1778, every tenth man among the militia who had not families being required to enter the regular service for one year. Took the oath June 3, and was ordered by Col. Sampson Mathews to drive a wagon from Staunton to Valley Forge. The wagon brigade to which he was attached was under Wagonmaster David Steele. They crossed the Blue Ridge by Rockfish Gap and took up a supply of bacon at Orange and Culpeper. Washington's army was met between Morristown, N. J., and the Hudson at King's Ferry. Soon after the battle of Monmouth they proceeded to White Plains. Declarant then presented to Gen. Greene a certificate from Col. Mathews, and asked to be returned to the ranks, his duties as wagoner being very tiresome. The request was refused. Discharged at Raritan River, June 1, 1779. Col. Thompson was wagonmaster general. Drafted, 1780, under Capt. Samuel McCutcheon, and Lt. John McCamie. Marched from Widow Tee's (Waynesboro), Sept. 1st, with the companies of Captains Smith, Long, Dickey and Given, and served three months at Richmond as guard, and were in no engagement. Long, the senior captain, acted as major. Declarant was Sergeant. Drafted in June, 1781, again under McCutchen, George Craig being lieutenant. The colonel was William Bowyer, the adjutant, Thomas Bell. Declarant served twenty days as Orderly Sergeant.