Person:John Knox (37)

John Knox
b.Est 1779
d.Bef Jun 1819 Bath County, Virginia
m. Est 1779
  1. John KnoxEst 1779 - Bef 1819
  2. Stokeley KnoxEst 1780 - Abt 1831
m. 2 Dec 1800
  1. William KnoxAbt 1805 - Abt 1885
Facts and Events
Name John Knox
Gender Male
Birth? Est 1779
Marriage 2 Dec 1800 Botetourt County, Virginiato Hannah Hanson
Death[1] Bef Jun 1819 Bath County, Virginia

John Knox was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Will Abstract

  • Pg. 252 - Will of John Knox, dated Apr. 5, 1819
  • Wit: James Knox, James L. Lockhart, David Holley
  • Probated June 1819 Court
  • Exec: John A. Holley and Robert Kincaid
  • Beq: to beloved wife Hannah the household furniture, 2 mares, 6 head of cattle and all the hogs, all the grain now on the farm and all the farm utensils left at the farm at her disposal "for the support and bringing up of my children"
  • to oldest son William my rifle gun
  • to second and third sons, James and William, 2 steel traps, balance of personal property to be sold, with equal divistion among the three sons
  • wife to have use of the land for life; if she dies or marries, his executors are to administer the lands for the benefit of the three sons until they are of age.
  • [Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 95].

  • Pg. 283 - Inventory - John Knox
  • Submitted July 24, 1819 by Charles Callaghan, David Lockhart and James S. Lockhart.
  • rifle gun, shot pouch, household furniture, side saddle, indian blankets, 3 quilts, 40 wt. wool, 2 steel traps, tools, farm implements, kitchen utensils, loom, cattle 29, sheep 6, hogs 8, horses 4, sheep 23
  • [Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 97-98].
  1. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).