Person:Sykes Beckwith (1)

Watchers
m. 1760
  1. Sykes Beckwith - 1822
m. 26 Jan 1801
  1. Permielia Amelia Beckwith1805 - 1847
  2. Nancy Beckwith1806 - 1888
  3. John A Beckwith1809 - 1844
  4. William W Beckwith
  5. Lucy Ann Beckwith1810 - 1888
  6. Henry Sykes Beckwith1812 -
  7. Robert Owen Beckwith1814 - 1879
Facts and Events
Name Sykes Beckwith
Gender Male
Birth? Frederick, Maryland, USA
Military[1] 1776 enlisted in the Revolutionary Army
Military[1] 17 Jan 1781 wounded at the Battle of Cowpens
Property[2] 24 February 1796 Montgomery County, Maryland, USA“Beckwith’s Mill”
Marriage 26 Jan 1801 to Kissiah Adamson
Death? 1822 Montgomery County, Maryland, USA

Wounded at the Battle of Cowpens. 1

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 #162, in Beckwith, Paul (Paul Edmond). The Beckwiths. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977)
    40.

    Sykes Beckwith, 162 [number assigned by Paul Beckwith], born Frederick Co., Md.; en-
    listed in the Revolutionary Army in 1776; was wounded
    at the battle of Cowpens; died in Montgomery Co.,
    Md., 1822; license to marry second wife dated Rockville, Md.,
    January 26th, 1820; by his first wife, Kis-
    siah Adamson, whom he married January 26th, 1801;
    died 1816 ; he had the following children :

    184. William W.; died unmarried,
    185. Lucy; married and moved to Tenn.
    186. Nancy; married J. B. Belt of Montgomery
    Co., Md., ; children, H. L, J. B., Rufus,
    Walt., Lizzie.
    187. Parmelia ; married in Illinois.
    188. John A.
    189. Henry Sykes; born 1812; living near
    Rockville, Md.. in 1889.
    190. Rupert O.

  2. Abstracts from Maryland Land Warrants & Patents, Montgomery County, Maryland.

    Sykes Beckwith, Watson Beckwith, Ally Beckwith and Benedict Beckwith of
    Montgomery County

    Petitioners: Robert Smith 24 December 1791 had tract called “Beckwith’s Mill”,
    13 ¾ acres, out of warrant for 21 acres obtained by Leonard Belt, who assigned
    land to Robert Smith, 17 January 1791. Robert Smith assigned land to
    petitioners’ father, William Beckwith, deceased, died intestate. Granted to
    Petitioners Sykes Beckwith, Watson Beckwith, Ally Beckwith and Benedict
    Beckwith, 24 February 1796.
    MD LW&P, FHC Film 0013125, page 663