Person:Catherine Sample (3)

m. 1771
  1. Susannah Sample
  2. Catherine SampleAbt 1789 - 1866
  3. John Sample
  4. George Sample
m. 10 Aug 1812
Facts and Events
Name Catherine Sample
Alt Name Katherine Sample
Alt Name Catherine Thomas "Kittie" Sample
Gender Female
Birth? Abt 1789 Waterford, Loudoun, Virginia, United States
Marriage 10 Aug 1812 Loudoun Co., VAto John Brown (631)
Residence? 1850 Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Residence? 1860 Fairfax, Virginia
Death? 24 Nov 1866 Alexandria Virginia, United States
References
  1.   Thomas Balch Library – Loudoun County, Virginia.

    King, J. Estelle Stewart. Abstracts of Wills, Inventories and Administration, 1757-1800. pages 42, and 44.

    Will of John Thomas, 15 Sept. 1791 - 9 December 1793 - Wife: Catherine Thomas. Her children listed as Legatees were Thomas Blinstone, Sarah Semple, William Blinstone (called William McCabe). Others were listed as children of John Thomas. The suggestion would be that Catherine and John did not have children from their marriage, but from earlier marriages. His children were: Leonard Taylor Thomas, Martha Jackson, Mary Hole, Joseph Thomas, to the last three, a shilling each. Exrs: wife and son Leonard T. Thomas. Wit: Charles Binnis & Simon Binnis

    Will of Catherine Thomas, 4 August 1784-September Court, 1794 - Children: Thomas Darrell, John Darrell, William Blinstone (called McCabe), and Sally Sample; and granddaughters: Susannah and Catherine Sample

  2.   Catoctin Presbyterian Church (Waterford, Virginia). Church records, 1769-1967. (Virginia?: Eastern Microfilm?, 1967?).
  3.   Society of Friends. Fairfax Monthly Meeting (Waterford, Virginia). Extracts from the book of marriage certificates of Fairfax Monthly Meeting, 1760 to 1892. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1952).
  4.   Society of Friends. Fairfax Monthly Meeting (Waterford, Virginia), and Society of Friends. Fairfax Quarterly Meeting (Virginia). Fairfax Monthly Meeting minutes and other records, 1745-1939. (Annapolis, Maryland: Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, [1964?]).
  5.   Katherine Semple or (Sample) Browns parents died when she was a small child. A Quaker brother and sister, Joshua and Mary Baker, adopted her and raised her in the Quaker faith. At the time of her marriage to John Doggett Brown, he had never "gone in the meeting" (he did afterwards). Because of that, they went across the street, where the ceremony was performed by a healing preacher. The Wedding supper was at her girlhood home, Waterford Va. many miles from Leesburg. In the old part of Waterford, there are quaint stone houses and the meeting House is stone.
    During the War of 1812 they lived in Leesburg. John Doggett Brown was in the Culpeper Minute Men Militia. Moving from there to Alexandria, VA in 1818 and lived in Yates Gardens with Grandmother Baker who married Wm. Yates.
    Note: Who is Grandmother Baker? I assume the parents of the brother and sister that adopted them, Joshua & Mary Baker.