Person:Jacob Gum (3)

Jacob Gum, Jr.
b.2 January 1739 Sussex County, Delaware
d.20 November 1798 Green County, Kentucky
m. abt. 1735
  1. Jacob Gum, Jr.1739 - 1798
  2. John Gumabt 1746 - bef 1811
  3. Claypool Gum1750 - 1792
  4. Norton Gumabt 1752 - 1796
  5. Comfort Gum1756 - 1858
  6. Shepard Gum1761 - 1845
  7. Jesse Gumabt 1763 - 1825
  • HJacob Gum, Jr.1739 - 1798
  • WLydia Deverabt 1740 - 1794
m. abt. 1763/64
  1. Ellender 'Eleanor' GumABT 1766/69 - 1800
  2. Sarah Gumm1770 - 1820
  3. Jacob Gum, Jr.1777 - 1849
  4. Lydia Gum1778 - 1858
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Gum, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 January 1739 Sussex County, Delaware
Marriage abt. 1763/64 Virginia[Eldest son born in December 1764]
to Lydia Dever
Death[1] 20 November 1798 Green County, Kentucky

Jacob Gum, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - VARIOUS OLD PAPERS--1760--1770. - Petition for road from Adam Reader's Mines to Isaac Robertson's, from thence to Widow Wright's Mill; thence to Thomas Harrison's in the Great Road to the Court House, 2d January, 1761. Thomas Pickins, Isaac Robertson, James Wright, Tunes Van Pelt, John Chrisman, Lydia Wright, William Munsey, Robert Bellshe, Jacob Gum, Jacob Gum, Jr., John White, Leonard Herring, John Black, Thomas Harrison, William Dunlop, Robert Kearr, Alexander Painter, Jacob Miller, Scidmore Munsey, William Pickins, John Jackson, David Robertson, Henry Mase, James Thomas.
  • Vol. 1 - MAY, 1765 (B). - PETITION. To the Worshipful Court of Augusta County:
We, your humble petitioners, pray that your worships would be pleased to grant a road to be cleared from Adam Reader's Mines to Isaac Robertson's, from thence to Widow Wright's Mill, from thence to Thomas Harrison's, on the great road to the Court House, which will be the covenants' road to travel either north or south, to mill or to market. May ye second day, year 1767. Your favor will oblige your humble petitioners. (Signed) Thos. Pickins, James Van Pelt, Lydia Wright, Jacob Gum, Leonard Herring, Wm. Dunlop, Wm. Blear, Francis Munsey, John Jackson, Adam Kinder, Isaac Robertson, John Chrisman, Wm. Munsey, Jacob Gum, Jr., John Black, Robert Kearr, Scidmore Munsey, Wm. Pickins, David Robertson, Mathias Kinder, James Wright, Timothy Warren, Robert Bellshe, John White, Thomas Harrison, Jacob Miller, Alexander Peanter, James Thomas, Henry Maze.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable source).