Person:James Love (58)

James Love
d.aft. October 1834
m. 1752
  1. Samuel LoveAbt 1752 - 1826
  2. Robert Love1754 - 1825
  3. William Love1761 - 1799
  4. James Love1762 - aft 1834
  5. David Love1763 - 1827
  6. Mary "Polly" LoveAbt 1764 -
  7. John Love1766 - 1851
  8. Thomas Love1766 -
  9. Sarah Love1768 -
  10. Esther Love1770 - 1850
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Name James Love
Gender Male
Birth? 10 Mar 1762 Augusta County, Virginia
Death? aft. October 1834

James Love was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 3, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Love, James - born 3/10/1762 in Augusta County, Virginia; moved at age 12 with father to Montgomery County, Virginia, where entered service in 1779; moved after REvolutionary War to Washington County, Tennessee (area than North Carolina) for abt. 6 years, thence to Buncombe County, North Carolina, for 5 years, thence to Logan County, Kentucky, for 5 years, thence to Williamson County, Tennessee, for 6 years, thence to Maury County, Tennessee, where received Pension in 1834 when resided there abt. 26 years; brother of Robert. F-S21350, R1590.


James Love, b. 10 March 1762, Augusta County, Virginia. James Love was drafted in 1779 in Captain Sawyer’s militia company. He applied for a pension on October 4, 1834. he was allowed $20 per year for six months’ service in the Virginia militia. His brother was Robert Love.