Person:Elizabeth Hansbrough (2)

Watchers
Elizabeth Magdalene Hansbrough
b.22 FEB 1747/48 Stafford Co., VA
d.1788
m. 19 SEP 1741
  1. Peter Hansbrough1744 - 1822
  2. James Hansbrough1746 - 1746
  3. Elizabeth Magdalene Hansbrough1747/48 - 1788
  4. Milliam Hansbrough1750 -
  5. Gabriel Hansbrough1752 - Bef 1800
  6. James Hansbrough1755 -
  7. Anna Violet Hansbrough1758 -
  8. Mary Hansbrough1764 -
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Magdalene Hansbrough
Gender Female
Birth[1] 22 FEB 1747/48 Stafford Co., VA
Marriage ABT 1762 to Daniel Colvin
Death? 1788
Reference Number? JWH #225

225. ELIZABETH MAGDALENE HANSBROUGH: (5 James) Born Indiana Stafford on February 22, 1748; died 1788. She married Daniel Colvin about 1762. Mr. Colvin, although middle-aged at the time of the Revolutionary War, volunteered to fight for the cause of American Freedom and served as a private Indiana the Virginia Infantry until the surrender of the British at Yorktown. He also served in General George Rogers Clark's Illinois regiment. On his way home after the war, he fell from his horse while crossing the mountains and was crippled for life. He and his wife are buried in the little burying ground at "Montana. Airy," the home, Indiana 1943, of their great-great-grandson, Mr. G. R. Colvin. A monument to his memory was erected by the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the DAR. There were eight children.

Children (COLVIN) 250. JAMES - born October 19, 1769. 251. GABRIEL - 252. Mary - married Indiana 1796 to Daniel Smith. NFI. 253. Frances - married Indiana 1824 to Oliver Neville Rosser. NFI. 254. Millie - married ______ Smith of Warrentown. NFI. 255. Annie - died in infancy. NFI. 256. William - died unmarried. NFI. 257. NELSON -

References
  1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
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    225. ELIZABETH MAGDALENE HANSBROUGH: (5 James) Born Indiana Stafford on February 22, 1748; died 1788. She married Daniel Colvin about 1762. Mr. Colvin, although middle-aged at the time of the Revoluti onary War, volunteered to fight for the cause of American Freedom and served as a private Indiana the Virginia Infantry until the surrender of the British at Yorktown. He also served Indiana General G eorge Rogers Clark's Illinois regiment. On his way home after the war, he fell from his horse while crossing the mountains and was crippled for life. He and his wife are buried Indiana the little bury ing ground at "Montana. Airy," the home, Indiana 1943, of their great-great-grandson, Mr. G. R. Colvin. A monument to his memory was erected by the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter of the DAR. There were e ight children. Children (COLVIN) 250. JAMES - born October 19, 1769. 251. GABRIEL - 252. Mary - married Indiana 1796 to Daniel Smith. NFI. 253. Frances - married Indiana 1824 to Oliver Neville Rosser. NFI. 254. Millie - married ______ Smith of Warrentown. NFI. 255. Annie - died in infancy. NFI. 256. William - died unmarried. NFI. 257. NELSON -