Person:Peter Hansbrough (4)

Watchers
Peter Hansbrough
b.12 JUN 1744 Stafford Co., VA
d.15 OCT 1822 Culpeper Co., VA
m. 19 SEP 1741
  1. Peter Hansbrough1744 - 1822
  2. James Hansbrough1746 - 1746
  3. Elizabeth Magdalene Hansbrough1747/48 - 1788
  4. Milliam Hansbrough1750 -
  5. Gabriel Hansbrough1752 - Bef 1800
  6. James Hansbrough1755 -
  7. Anna Violet Hansbrough1758 -
  8. Mary Hansbrough1764 -
m. 10 SEP 1766
  1. Mildred Brown Hansbrough - 1835
  2. James Hansbrough1768 - 1853
  3. Peter Hansbrough1769 - 1843
  4. John Hansbrough1771 - 1814
  5. Betsey Hansbrough1774 -
  6. Amelia Hansbrough1776 - 1833
  7. Joseph Sumner Hansbrough1779 - Bef 1820
  8. William Hansbrough1781 - 1837
Facts and Events
Name Peter Hansbrough
Gender Male
Birth[1] 12 JUN 1744 Stafford Co., VA
Marriage 10 SEP 1766 to Eleanor Minor
Death? 15 OCT 1822 Culpeper Co., VA
Reference Number? JWH #223

223. PETER HANSBROUGH: (5 James) Born in Stafford County, Virginia, on June 12, 1744; died in Culpeper on October 15, 1822. Little is known of his early life, except that he appears to have been a keen business man. He was very active in the American Revolt against Great Britain, and he served in the 3rd Virginia Regiment. His name appears in the DAR Patriots Index. His dealings in real estate were very extensive, and he owned land in Orange, Stafford and King George Counties, and in the towns of Fredericksburg and Culpeper. In all, he owned more than 10,000 acres of land. On September 10, 1766, he married his first cousin, Eleanor Minor, daughter of John Minor of King George County. She was born January 15, 1742, in Stafford, and died in Culpeper on March 12, 1812. Her mother was Margaret Sumner, the sister of his mother Lettice Sumner. They had eight children.

Children (HANSBROUGH) 242. JAMES - born January 1768. 243. PETER - born October 11, 1769 244. JOHN - born November 24, 1771 245. BETSEY - born July 27, 1774 246. AMELIA - born September 27, 1776. 247. JOSEPH SUMNER - born September 22, 1779. 248. WILLIAM - born September 2, 1781. 249. Mildred Brown - died October 16, 1835. Indiana his will, Peter made provision for his "natural daughter," Mildred Brown, who was to receive an annuity during her natural life of $150.00 annually from his son, William. He also provided that his executors should pay her $150.00 "immediately after my death," and she was to have, during her life, the use of two female slaves, one to be selected by her from his whole stock and the other to be allotted to her by his execu

References
  1. John W. Hansborough. History and Genealogy of the Hansborough - Hansbrough Family. (Name: Name: 1981, John W. Hansborough;;)
    101-102.

    223. PETER HANSBROUGH: (5 James) Born in Stafford County, Virginia, on June 12, 1744; died in Culpeper on October 15, 1822. Little is known of his early life, except that he appears to have been a kee n business man. He was very active in the American Revolt against Great Britain, and he served in the 3rd Virginia Regiment. His name appears in the DAR Patriots Index. His dealings in real estate wer e very extensive, and he owned land in Orange, Stafford and King George Counties, and in the towns of Fredericksburg and Culpeper. In all, he owned more than 10,000 acres of land. On September 10, 176 6, he married his first cousin, Eleanor Minor, daughter of John Minor of King George County. She was born January 15, 1742, in Stafford, and died in Culpeper on March 12, 1812. Her mother was Margare t Sumner, the sister of his mother Lettice Sumner. They had eight children. Children (HANSBROUGH) 242. JAMES - born January 1768. 243. PETER - born October 11, 1769 244. JOHN - born November 24, 1771 245. BETSEY - born July 27, 1774 246. AMELIA - born September 27, 1776. 247. JOSEPH SUMNER - born September 22, 1779.248. WILLIAM - born September 2, 1781. 249. Mildred Brown - died October 16, 1835. Indiana his will, Peter made provision for his "natural daughter," Mildred Brown, who was to receive an annuity during her natural life of $150.00 annuall y from his son, William. He also provided that his executors should pay her $150.00 "immediately after my death," and she was to have, during her life, the use of two female slaves, one to be selecte d by her from his whole stock and the other to be allotted to her by his executors.