Person:Robert Gamble (4)

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Robert Gamble
m. Bef 1729
  1. James Gamble, of Middle River1729 - Bef 1781
  2. William GambleEst 1730 to 1745 -
  3. Agnes GambleEst 1732 to 1748 - 1826
  4. Anne GambleEst 1732 to 1748 - 1816
  5. Elizabeth GambleEst 1732 to 1748 - 1816
  6. Robert Gamble1732 - 1812
  7. Joseph GambleEst 1735 to 1740 - 1779
  • HRobert Gamble1732 - 1812
  • WMary McElroyBef 1747 - 1826
m. 23 Aug 1764
  1. Agnes Gamble1765 - 1826
  2. Alexander Gamble1766 - 1803
  3. John GambleAbt 1768 -
  4. Charles GambleEst 1769 to 1788 - 1826
  5. Robert GambleEst 1769 to 1788 - 1834
  6. Jane (Jean) S. Gamble1770 - 1850
  7. Mary GambleAbt 1777/78 - 1826
  8. Samuel Gamble1785 - 1855
Facts and Events
Name Robert Gamble
Gender Male
Birth? Jul 1732 County Down, Ireland
Census[2] Jul 1732 Born in Ireland
Census[3] 1735 Came to America with parents
Marriage License 23 Aug 1763 Augusta County, Virginiato Mary McElroy
Marriage 23 Aug 1764 Augusta County, Virginiato Mary McElroy
Military[4] 1780 Fought in the Battle of King Mountain in Washington County, Virginia
Death[1] 28 Jan 1812 Knox County, Tennessee

Robert Gamble was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

From "County Court Judgements", Augusta County:

  • John Stephen vs. Robert Gamble, debt on bond dated 20 November, 1746, "I Robert Gamble, County of Berks, in Pennsylvania. Robert (Mark X) Wittnesses: James Coulter, James Halliday.

Other Records

From "Kings Mountain Men", by Katherine Keogh White, pg. 173-174:

Robert Gamble was at King's Mountain and Guilford. He Established Gamble's Station on the Little Tennessee (river) near Maryville about seven miles from Craig's station. In 1796 it suffered Indian raids. Many descendants are in Blount County.

References
  1. Leaves from the Family Tree, a collection of Family Histories., by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1982
    p. 82.

    Family Tree Maker, tree of Susan Dianne Coe

  2. Leaves from the Family Tree, a collection of Family Histories., by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1982.
  3. Leaves from the Family Tree, a collection of Family Histories., by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., Southern Historical Press, 1982
    82.
  4. Katherine Keogh White. The King's Mountain Men, The Story of the Battle, with Sketches of the Amercian Soldiers who took part, by Katherine Keogh White. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1985)
    pg. 173-174.