Person:Nathaniel Lamme (1)

Capt. Nathaniel Lamme
d.15 January 1834 Greene County, Ohio
m. Abt. 1742
  1. Ann Scott LammeABT 1742/43 - 1821
  2. Jane Lamme1744-1760 -
  3. Daughter Lamme1744-1760 -
  4. David Lamme1744-1760 -
  5. James LammeAbt 1745 - 1815
  6. William LammeABT 1747 - 1818
  7. Robert LammeABT 1749 -
  8. Samuel Lamme1750 - 1825
  9. Capt. Nathaniel Lamme1755 - 1834
  • HCapt. Nathaniel Lamme1755 - 1834
  • WNancy RalstonBEF 1764 - 1814
m. 24 AUG 1782
  1. Samuel LammeABT 1782 - ABT 1866
  2. Josiah Lamme1783 - 1840
  3. William Lamme, Sr.ABT 1785 - AFT 1852
  4. James LammeABT 1787 -
  5. David Lamme1791 - 1859
  6. Anna LammeABT 1793 -
  7. Martha LammeABT 1795 -
Facts and Events
Name Capt. Nathaniel Lamme
Gender Male
Birth? 1755 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 24 AUG 1782 Rockingham County, Virginiato Nancy Ralston
Alt Death? 1834 Bellbrook, Greene County, Ohio
Death? 15 January 1834 Greene County, Ohio

Nathaniel Lamme 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. :

  • Lamme, Nathan, entered service 1776 in 10th Virginia Regiment; Pensioned 1831 in Greene county, Ohio; Bounty Land Warrant issued there 5/26/1832 at age 76, P.O. address Bellbrook; earlier granted 4,000 acres by virginia; query letter in file states soldier died in 1835 at age 89 near Bellbrook, Ohio. F-46454, R1516. (Note: Bounty Land Warrant places Nathan's birthdate as abt. 1755/6, but the query letter in his file places it as abt. 1746, likely the former).

Information on Nathaniel Lamme

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Nathan Lamme (1745-1835), son of William, captain, Revolutionary War, 1st Sheriff of Greene County, Ohio. Nathan Lamme came from Virginia, some time in the year 1797, and entered lands in sections 33, 27, (3. 6), northeast of Bellbrook. He built a cabin on the hill, just north of Washington Mills. He served as volunteer in the Lord Dunmore war, and participated as captain in the battle of Point Pleasant, at the mouth of the Great Kanawha, under General Lewis. He also served as captain in the revolutionary war. He died in 1835, and was buried in the " old grave-yard," north of Bellbrook. It is related of him that he was intimately acquainted with the famous General Simon Kenton, whom he had often entertained for weeks in the log cabin above mentioned, as the "old pioneer" passed to and from Kentucky, to his lands in. Champaign County. Nathan married Nancy Ralston.

They had 7 children:

-Josiah Lamme, born? died in 1840. He fought in the War of 1812. Josiah married Nancy Carmen. Josiah and Nancy had a daughter, Mary Lamme, who married John Ligget(?). John and Mary had a son named Edward Ligget(?) who married Farisice Slock. John and Mary had a daughter named Sylvia Ligget(?)married S.H. Gunn
-Samuel Lamme, born? died in 1863. Fought in the War of 1812. Married Elizabeth Martin.
-William Lamme. Fought in the War of 1812. Married Ruth Boyle.
-James Lamme. Married Hester Black.
-David Lamme.
-Anna Lamme.
-Martha Lamme.