Person:Judith Westfall (1)

Judith Westfall
b.12 OCT 1754 Virginia
m. bef. 1735
  1. William WestfallAbt 1735 - 1810
  2. Abel Westfall1737 -
  3. George Westfall1741 - 1797
  4. Esther Westfall1743 - ABT 1800
  5. James Westfall1747 -
  6. Joel Westfall1751 - 1778
  7. Judith Westfall1754 - 1841
  8. Jacob Westfall1755 - 1835
m. 1772
  1. Major John Crouch1773 - 1859
  2. Jacob Crouch1776 - 1867
  3. Andrew Crouch1780 - 1873
  • H.  Clark (add)
  • WJudith Westfall1754 - 1841
  1. Elizabeth Crouch1789 - 1839
Facts and Events
Name Judith Westfall
Gender Female
Birth? 12 OCT 1754 Virginia
Marriage 1772 Ft Pleasant, Hampshire County, Virginiato Andrew Crouch
Other 1788 relationship Citation needed
with Clark (add)
Death? 6 OCT 1841 Huttonsville, Randolph County, Virginia

Information on Judith Westfall

From "Westfall Genealogy site" of Walter Westfall:

(2aa) Jacob and Judith (Hornbeck) Westfall's daughter Judith Westfall was born on October 12, 1754 in Frederick (now Hardy Co. (WVA), and died October 6, 1841 in Huttonsville, Randolph County, in what is currently West Virginia. She married Andrew Crouch in 1772 at Ft Pleasant, Hampshire Co. WVA. He was born 5 Sep 1750 Frederick (now Hardy) Co. WVA. He died 26 Jul 1780 at Huttonsville, Randolph Co. WVA. He was a son of John Crouch Sr. and his wife Mary (maiden name unknown). John Crouch Sr. was born in 1728 in Somerset, MD, and died in 1800 in Ross Co., OH. John Crouch Sr. was an early settler and pioneer in that part of Randolph County that later became Tucker County, WVA. The John Crouch cabin stood a half mile from the forks of the Cheat River, and a half mile from the city of Parsons, in Blackman Flats. The West Virginia Historical Marker, located near the South intersection of First and Main Streets in Parsons reads: "John Crouch, pioneer settler, established "tomahawk rights" here in 1766."

Source: (added with permission of Walter Westfall -