Person:Roger Kilpatrick (1)

Roger Kilpatrick
b.Abt. 1735
m. Bef. 1725
  1. Sarah KilpatrickAbt 1725 - 1747
  2. Jean 'Gennet' Kilpatrickest 1732 -
  3. Roger KilpatrickAbt 1735 - 1797
  4. Alexander KilpatrickAbt 1735 - Abt 1806
  5. Ann Kilpatrick1739 -
  6. Martha KilpatrickBef 1750 -
  7. Elizabeth Kilpatrick1760 - 1804
  1. Ann Kilpatrickest 1769 - bef 1797
  2. Thomas Kilpatrick1770 - 1828
  3. Margaret Kilpatrickabt 1777 -
  4. Lettice 'Letty' Kilpatrickest 1778 -
  5. Nancy Kilpatrickabt 1779 -
  6. Margaret 'Jane' Kilpatrickabt 1780 - aft 1850
  7. James Kilpatrick
Facts and Events
Name Roger Kilpatrick
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1735
Death? October 1797 Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia

Roger Kilpatrick was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Will of Roger Kilpatrick

  • 1797 - Roger Kilpatrick Will, written 15 Jun 1797; probated Oct 1797. Wife, Jean Kilpatrick; sons James Kilpatrick, Thomas Kilpatrick; daughters Nancy Kilpatrick, Margaret Martin, Nancy Morris, Lettiss Paul; heirs Hugh Paul and son Roger Paul; Negro Ceasor. Exec: Thomas Kilpatrick, John Hutchison. Wit John Kincaid, Wm Young. [Source: Greenbrier Co [W]VA Wills 1777-1833)] (Note: Hugh Paul had married Roger Kilpatrick's daughter, Ann, who predeceased her father).


Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records (unless listed otherwise):

  • Vol. 2 - LIST OF DELINQUENTS - 1755--List of Robert Breckinridge, Sheriff: Zachariah Bell, gone to Carolina; Jno. Carpenter, not found; Robt. Caldwell, not found; Sam. Daniel, not found; James Donaldson, not found; Jno. Davis, twice charged; Ro. Diton, not found; Jacob Gillspey, twice charged; Hugh Greer, twice charged; Dan'l Hachet, runaway; James Hutchison, twice charged; James Hrray, not found; Aaron Jackson, not found; Jno. Justice, runaway; Chas. Kirkpatrick, not found; Rodger Kirkpatrick, not found...[others omitted].
  • Page 142.--16th March, 1768. David Hogshead and Margaret ( ) to John Hogshead, Jr., £26, 172 acres on Moffet's Branch, part of 285 acres patented to John Hogshead David 16th June, 1744, hiccory at the foot of the Little Mountain. Teste: George Moffett, Roger and Alexander Kilpatrick. Delivered: James Hogshead, 25th July, 1770.
  • Page 185 - William McCamey, 280 acres, branch of North River of Shenandoah. Adjoining Roger Kilpatrick. July 6, 1771. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 67].
  • Vol. 2 - FEE BOOKS OF AUGUSTA COURT - 1776--Page 5, James Thompson, Greenbrier; Daniel Workman, Greenbrier; Henry Mitchell, Fredericksburg; James Thorp, South River; page 14, John Wilfong, South Branch; page 17, George Smith, Staunton; page 20, Francis Montgomery, Albemarle; page 21, Joshua Perry, Staunton; page 23, Judy Price, Staunton; John Bratton, C. Creek; page 26, John Jameson, Middle River; John Beard, J. Gap; Saml. Bell, Staunton; Wm. Risk, near North Mountain; Wm. Blair, North Creek; Roger Kilpatrick, North River,,,[others omitted].

Records in Greenbrier County

  • August 3, 1796 - Roger Kilpatrick, 56 acres on Kilpatrick Run a branch of Hans Creek adjoining land where Kilpatrick now lives.
  • August 3, 1796 - Roger Kilpatrick, 206 acres on South side of Indian Creek adjoing 37 acres surveyed for Hugh Paul.
  • August 3, 1796 - Roger Kilpatrick, 237 acres on ridge between Hans Creek and Fitzpatrick Run including Dogwood Flat.
  • Aug 1805 - Samuel Hunter, 375 acres on waters of Hans Creek adjoing survey made for John Kincaid, John Ellison, heirs of Roger Kilpatrick and Wm. Young.