Person:James Lyle (14)

James Lyle
d.14 April 1793 Augusta County, Virginia
m. 1751
  1. Mary LyleEst 1751-1765 -
  2. Capt. William McClung Lyle1752 - 1837
  3. Sarah Lyleest 1765-1775 - 1844
  4. Elizabeth LyleBEF 1768 -
  5. Jane 'Jean' LyleBEF 1768 -
  6. James Lyleabt 1768 - 1793
m. abt. 2 June 1789
  1. Juliet Ann Lyleabt 1790 - 1820
Facts and Events
Name James Lyle
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt. 1768 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 2 June 1789 Augusta County, Virginiato Margaret Baker
Marriage Bond 2 June 1789 Augusta County, Virginiato Margaret Baker
Death[1] 14 April 1793 Augusta County, Virginia

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


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Will Abstract

  • Page 56.--11th April, 1793. James Lyle, Jr.'s, will, of Staunton--To wife, Margaret, and daughter, Julia (Juliet), estate to be kept for wife's support and Julia's education, infant. Executors, wife Margaret, friends Wm. Lyle, Archibald Stuart. Teste: J. Beal, Smith Thompson, Jinney Stuart, Mary Humphreys. Proved, June Court, 1793, by Stuart and Humphreys. Executors qualify. [Note: the term "Jr." was often used to differentiate between an older person with the same first name and a younger person, not necessarily for a father/son relationship. Additional research mey be necessary.]

Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:

  • Vol. 2 - MARRIAGE BONDS. AUGUSTA COUNTY.1789--June 2, James Lyle and Margaret Baker; surety, William Lyle.
  • Vol. 2 - Lyle vs. Stuart--O. S. 254; N. S. 89--Bill, 1808. Complainants are Juliet Smith (and Abraham Smith, her husband) and Margaret Lyle. Margaret is widow and Juliet the daughter of James Lyle, who died 14th April, 1793, testate, in Augusta. Bill speaks of the burning of Lexington. Letter from John Pickins to Col. Stuart dated Holston, 17th September, 1786. John's father-in-law was John Hanna.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable source).