Person:Henry Bedinger (1)

Capt. Henry Bedinger
b.16 Oct 1752 Germany
m. Abt 1752
  1. Capt. Henry Bedinger1752 - 1843
  2. Major George Michael Bedinger1756 - 1843
  3. Major Daniel Bedinger1761 - 1818
  4. Elizabeth Bedinger
  • HCapt. Henry Bedinger1752 - 1843
  • WRachel Strode1762 - 1839
m. 22 Dec 1784
Facts and Events
Name Capt. Henry Bedinger
Unknown Henry Bedinger
Gender Male
Birth? 16 Oct 1752 Germany
Marriage 22 Dec 1784 Berkeley County, Virginiato Rachel Strode
Death? 14 May 1843 Berkeley, Charles City, Virginia, United States

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Tate vs. Bedinger--O. S. 163; N. S. 57--Bill in Berkeley County, July, 1797, by Magnus Tate, Jr., and Elizabeth, his wife, late Elizabeth Strode, widow of James Strode, deceased. In 1794 Strode gave a tract to his son-in-law, Henry Bedinger, and made a deed which it is sought to set aside as fraudulent. Henry was member of legislature in 1794. Answer says in fall of 1794 Henry was informed of precipitate marriage of James Strode, aged 68, to Miss Fryatt (now Mrs. Tate), aged 19. Copy of the deed. James Strode's will of Berkeley County. Daughter, Susannah Magowan; land in Fleming County, Kentucky. Grandson, James Magowan; daughter, Eleanor Shepherd; daughter, Rachel Bedinger; sons, James, John (lands near Strode's Station in Kentucky); daughter, Anna, lands in Ohio County; granddaughter, Eleanor Swearingen; granddaughter, Nancy Magowan; daughter, Phebe Swearingen, deceased. Dated 20th February, 1795. Recorded in Berkeley 28th April, 1795. Nancy Snodgrass (formerly Nancy Fryatt), deposes in Berkeley County, 26th November, 1798. Elizabeth Tate is daughter of John Fryatt, of Berkeley. Nancy Snodgrass is sister of Elizabeth. Abraham Shepherd deposes that in December, 1794, James Strode married Elizabeth. He had then living by his first wife, three daughters, Susannah, Eleanor, Rachel; and by a second wife, two sons and a daughter. Susannah married James McGowan. Eleanor married deponent. Rachel married Henry Bedinger. Children by second wife were small children, the eldest about 7 years, the youngest about twenty months. James Strode died 7th March, 1795.