Person:William Trimble (30)

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William Trimble
m. 1746
  1. James Trimble1747 - 1815
  2. Thomas Trimble1749 -
  3. Nancy Trimble1749/51 - 1862
  4. John Trimble1753 - 1803
  5. Isaac Trimble1755 - 1816
  6. George Trimble1756 - 1814
  7. Mary 'Polly' Trimble1759 - 1846
  8. William Trimble1760 - 1840
  9. David Trimble1761 - 1828
  10. Elizabeth Trimble1769 - 1843
  • HWilliam Trimble1760 - 1840
  • WMary Fleming1772 - aft 1842
m. 19 April 1787
  1. David Trimble1788 -
  2. Elizabeth Rayburn Trimble1792 - 1866
  3. John Trimble1796 - 1853
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Name William Trimble
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1760 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 19 April 1787 Greenbrier County, Virginiato Mary Fleming
Death? 6 June 1840 Pulaski County, Kentucky

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

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Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 5, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Trimble, William - born 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia, where entered service 1777 in Virginia regiment; entered service there 1779 as substitute for brother James in Virginia regiment; entered service 1780 & 1781 in company of Captain James Trimble (no kinship given); received Pension 1833 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; died there 6/6/1840; married 4/19/1787 Mary Fleming, Greenbrier County, Virginia, by Reverend John Alderson; widow was born 4/14/1772; received Pension 1842 in Pulaski County, Kentucky; resided there in 1846; children: David (b. 1/20/1788), James, Betsey Raburn, William, Polly, John, Joicy, Telitha & Elizabeth; grandchildren mentioned byt not named. F-W8791, R24113.
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