Person:Archibald Gilkeson (1)

Archibald Gilkeson
m. 1719
  1. Margaret Gilkeson1724 - 1799
  2. Archibald Gilkeson1731 - 1782
  3. Isabel Gilkeson1744 - 1820
  • HArchibald Gilkeson1731 - 1782
  • WJanet Brown1743 - bef 1775
m. est. 1760/61
  1. Robert Gilkeson1761 - 1812
  2. James Gilkeson1763 -
  3. Hugh Gilkeson1765 -
  • HArchibald Gilkeson1731 - 1782
  • WSarah GayABT 1744 - 1822
m. est. 1776/78
  1. Rebecca Gilkesonabt 1778/79 - 1818
Facts and Events
Name Archibald Gilkeson
Gender Male
Birth? 1731 Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage est. 1760/61 to Janet Brown
Marriage est. 1776/78 Augusta County, Virginiato Sarah Gay
Death? 16 July 1782 Augusta County, Virginia, United States

Archibald Gilkeson was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Will of Archibald Gilkeson

From Chalkley's Augusta County, Virginia Court Records:

  • Page 245.--5th November, 1780. Archibald Gilkeson's will (farmer) To wife, Sarah, the land formerly belonging to her on Calfpasture; to sons, Robert, James, and Hugh; to daughter, Rebecca, infant; to mother, Rebecca Gilkison, property left her by his father's former will; daughter Rebecca to be under care of mother and after her death, of Margret Hogshead, daughter to David Hogshead. Executors, William Young, Hugh Brown. Teste: John Gardner, Michael (X) McCluer. Proved, 16th July, 1782, by the witnesses. Executors qualify.
  • Vol. 2 - 16th July, 1782--Wm. Young, Hugh Brown, administrators of Archd. Gilkerson.
  • Page 355.--Archibald Gilkison's estate to Wm. Young and Hugh Brown, executors, Dr.; November, 1783, paid Enos Jones' account; November, 1783, paid Wm. Jourden account; 8th March, 1791, settled.

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 23, 1767. - (441) Archd. Gilkeson appointed surveyor of highway, vice George Moffett.
  • Page 365.--24th 7ber, 1772. Robert Gilkeson's will, well stricken in years--To wife, Rebecca; to son, Archibald, and his son, Robert, infant; to daughter, Margrit Hogshead; to daughter, Isabel Brown; to grandson, Robert Gilkison; to child Isabel Brown is now pregnant with. Executors, wife Rebecca and son-in-law David Hogshead. Teste: James Bell, John Hogshead, Michael Hogshead. Proved, 15th August, 1775, by the witnesses. Executors qualify (both with mark) with James Bell, Michael Hogshead.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST, 1780 (A). - Bohannon vs. Martin.--Copy of Proceedings. Writ, dated 21st December, in 31st year of reign. By John Buchanan, gent., vs. Patrick Martain.-- Account of what militia was under command of Capt. Patrick Martain since the 2d of May:
When Days When
Name. Entered. on duty. Discharged. Pay per die
Capt. Patrick Martain Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 10/
Adam Thompson Aug. 4th 28 1 Sept. 1/
Samuel Black Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
David Stuart, Serg. Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/4
John Perrie Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Patrick English Aug. 4th 34 7 Sept. 1/
John Vance Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
William Hodge Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Charles Erwin Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
Edward Hinds Aug. 4th 36 9 Sept. 1/
John Trimble Aug. 4th 12 16 Aug. 1/
John Beard Aug. 16th 24 9 Sept. 1/
Gabriel Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
Archibald Gilkeson Aug. 16th 24 9 Sept. 1/
Jacob Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
George Guile Aug. 23rd 15 7 Sept. 1/
John Jameson Aug. 26th 8 3 Sept. 1/
William Martain Aug. 26th 8 3 Sept. 1/
Sworn to 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin. Receipt, 16th December, 1756, by Capt. Pat. Martin for above.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond - 1797--October 25, Geo. Moffett and Francis Gilkison, surety. Geo. Moffett and Rebecca Gilkeson, of age, daughter of Archd. Gilkeson, deceased.
  1.   Ancestry Family Trees. (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.), Ancestry Family Trees.
  2.   Chalkley, - Augusta County, Virginia Court Abstracts.