Person:Archibald Houston (3)

m. 20 JUN 1749
  1. Mary "'Polly'" Houstonabt 1749 - 1844
  2. Stephen HoustonABT 1750 -
  3. John Houston1750 - Bef 1792
  4. James Houston1752-1760 - 1774
  5. Nathan Houston1752-1768 - BEF 1817
  6. Jennet Houston1752-1768 -
  7. Isabel Houston1752-1768 -
  8. Capt. George Huston1757 - 1825
  9. Elizabeth HoustonEst 1763-1773 -
  10. Archibald Houstonabt 1771 - aft 1851
  11. Abigail HoustonBEF 1773 -
  12. Jane HoustonBEF 1773 -
m. 9 JUL 1792
m. 12 AUG 1800
Facts and Events
Name Archibald Houston
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt. 1771 Mill Creek, Augusta County, Virginia[assumed age 21 at marriage]
Marriage 9 JUL 1792 Lincoln County, Kentuckyto Sarah "Sally" Gay
Marriage 12 AUG 1800 Rockingham County, Virginiato Martha Williams
Death[1] aft. 1851 Hustonville, Lincoln County, Kentucky

Archibald Houston, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Family tree maker. (, Inc., c2003).

    Archibald Huston, Jr. (son of Archibald Huston, Senior and Mary Ann Stephenson) was born Abt. 1774 in Mill Creek, Augusta County, VA, and died Aft. 1851 in Hustonville, Lincoln County, Ky.. He married (1) Sarah Gay on July 09, 1792 in Lincoln County, Ky., daughter of Thomas Gay and Margaret. He married (2) Martha Williams on August 12, 1800 in Rockingham County, VA..

    Notes for Archibald Huston, Jr.:
    Archibald was the youngest son of Archibald Huston Senior, who died in Rockingham County VA, and is well documented among the Scots-Irish of that area. Archibald Senior was the son of David Houston who died in 1763 in Rowan County, NC. and is also well-documented as one of the early settlers of the area. Additionally, he was among those who received a grant for land in PA previous to his relocating to NC. I have copies of both deeds. David was among the several Huston/Houston families (they spelled their name both ways back then, David having recorded his will with the O present, while most of his sons dropped it from the spelling...) who arrived in the Chester Co. PA area in 1729 from Ulster, Northern Ireland.