Person:William Sudduth (7)

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William Sudduth
m. 24 Feb 1751/52
  1. William Sudduth1753 - 1830
  2. Susannah Suddath1753 - Bef 1807
  3. John SuddathEst 1755 to 1758 -
  4. Benjamin Suddath1757 -
  5. Isaac Suddath1760 - 1854
  6. Elias SuddathAbt 1762 -
  • HWilliam Sudduth1753 - 1830
  • WSarah Roush1760 - 1825
m. 1781
  1. Elizabeth Sudduth1781 - 1856
  2. Mary Suddeth1783 - 1860
  3. Nancy Sudduth1786 - 1802
  4. Lucinda Sudduth1790 - 1840
  5. Susannah Sudduth1793 - 1819
  6. Francis "Frank" Sudduth1796 - 1831
  7. Jemima Sudduth1799 - 1829
  8. Peter Sudduth1806 - 1829
  9. William Sudduth1809 -
Facts and Events
Name William Sudduth
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1753 Fairfax County, Virginia
Marriage 1781 Virginiato Sarah Roush
Death[1] 13 Apr 1830 Circleville, Pickaway County, Ohio
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Find A Grave.

    William Sudduth
    BIRTH 1753
    Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
    DEATH 13 Apr 1830 (aged 76–77)
    Circleville, Pickaway County, Ohio, USA
    BURIAL: Forest Cemetery
    Circleville, Pickaway County, Ohio, USA

    Corp. Virginia Continental Army
    Served 3 years under Capt. William Blackwell
    Wintered at Valley Forge 1777-1778;
    Selected by Colonel Daniel Morgan to be in his elite corps: Virginia Corps of Riflemen, under Capt. Grabie Long;
    Fought at the Battle of Quibbletown and Brunswick, the taking of British General John Burgoyne at the Battles of Saratoga (http://saratoganygenweb.com/batlst.htm); in reserve for the Battle of Monmouth but engaged in battle with the enemy the day before;
    Discharged from service in 1780.
    Son of Benjamin and Mary Sebastian Sudduth;
    married Sarah Roush in 1781.
    Children: Elizabeth who married Levi Lee; Mary married William Millar;
    Lucinda married Jonathan Renick; Susannah married Levi Brown;
    Francis; Jemima W. married John Barnes;
    Peter and William.
    Remains were moved from Old Renick/Herrestine Cemetery to Forest Cemetery.
    Buried in the Millar plot;
    gravesite was marked by the Pickaway Plains Chapter on 5-11-1932.
    Came from Hardy County, Virginia (now West Virginia) to Pickaway County, Ohio abt. 1816.
    Reference - Family Bible and Estate Settlement, Pickaway County Courthouse;
    Reported by Mrs. Orion King, Pickaway Plains Chapter, DAR

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/156563281/william-sudduth

  2.   Stoddard, Mary Sudduth. Stoddard-Sudduth papers. (unknown: unknown, 1959?)
    pg. 199.

    William Sudduth, born 1753. Wife—Sarah, born 1764. Children: Elizabeth, July, 1881 [s/b 1781]; Mary, July 6, 1783; Nancy, March 27, 1786; Lucinda, March 1790; Susannah, August 14, 1793; Francis, June 15, 1796; Jemima, September 6, 1799; Peter, May 14, 1806; William June 10, 1809. William and Sarah Sudduth were married in Virginia. Came from Hardy County [VA] to Pickaway County [OH]. Nancy died 1802; Susannah Brown died 1819; Peter died 1829; Jimemy died 1829, married John Barnes; Francis married Weaver; Lucy Rennick died 1840, married Jonathan; Mary, wife of William Miller, died 1860. William Miller died 1863. Sent in by Laura Orion King, Circleville, Ohio. Bible printed 1817. Presentowner, William Miller.