Martha Gould1,2

F, b. 15 June 1623, d. 1699
FatherZaccheus Gould b. c 1589, d. 1668
MotherPhebe Deacon b. 1597, d. 20 Sep 1663
Appears on charts:Descendants of Zaccheus Gould
Married Name Newmarch 
Marriage* Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Groom=John Newmarch1 
Baptism*15 Jun 1623 Hemel Hempstead, Hertsfordshire, England3 
Death*1699 Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts 

Family

John Newmarch

Citations

  1. [S61] Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Dudley Wildes 1759-1820 of Toppsfield, Massachusetts (Portland, Maine: The Anthoensen Press, 1959),.
  2. [S63] Benjamin Apthorp Gould, The Family of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield (Lynn, MA: Thos. P. Nichols, 1895),.
  3. [S63] Benjamin Apthorp Gould, The Family of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield (Lynn, MA: Thos. P. Nichols, 1895), page 21.

Priscilla Gould1,2

F, d. 16 April 1663
FatherZaccheus Gould b. c 1589, d. 1668
MotherPhebe Deacon b. 1597, d. 20 Sep 1663
Appears on charts:Descendants of Zaccheus Gould
Married Name Wildes 
Marriage* Groom=John Wildes1 
Birth* Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, England; probably born at Great Missenden3 
Death*16 Apr 1663  

Family

John Wildes b. 1620, d. 14 May 1705

Citations

  1. [S61] Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Dudley Wildes 1759-1820 of Toppsfield, Massachusetts (Portland, Maine: The Anthoensen Press, 1959),.
  2. [S63] Benjamin Apthorp Gould, The Family of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield (Lynn, MA: Thos. P. Nichols, 1895),.
  3. [S63] Benjamin Apthorp Gould, The Family of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield (Lynn, MA: Thos. P. Nichols, 1895), page 21.

Thomas Deacon1

M, b. 1609
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Burial* The Church, H. Hempstead, England 
Death* H. Hempstead, England 
Birth*1609 Corner Hall, H. Hempstead, England 
Christening25 Dec 1609  

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

Anne Deacon1

F, b. 22 June 1600
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Death*  
Christening*22 Jun 1600 Corner Hall, H. Hempstead, England 

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

Thomas Deacon1

M, b. 14 February 1603
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Death*  
Christening*14 Feb 1603 Corner Hall, H. Hempstead, England 

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

Elisha Deacon1

M, b. 9 January 1604, d. 24 October 1658
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Christening*9 Jan 1604 Corner Hall, H. Hempstead, England 
Death*24 Oct 1658  

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

Sara Deacon1

F, b. 25 December 1604
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Death*  
Christening*25 Dec 1604 Corner Hall, H. Hempstead, England 

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

Martha Deacon1

F, b. 22 August 1613
FatherThomas Deacon
MotherMartha Field b. 16 Feb 1579
Death*  
Christening*22 Aug 1613 H. Hempstead, England 

Citations

  1. [S64] Jenny (Thayer) Dittrick, My People (unpublished),.

John Moore1,2

M, b. 29 January 1762, d. 1822
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Birth*29 Jan 1762 Timber Ridge, Rockbridge Co, Virginia 
Marriage*20 Apr 1793 Bride=Elizabeth McClung1,2 
Note*9 Jun 1812 John is bequeathed 10 shilings in the will of his father, Moses Moore.3 
Death*1822 Mt. Vernon, Knapps Creek, West Virginia 

Family

Elizabeth McClung b. 1771, d. 9 Mar 1852

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.

James Moore1

M, b. 5 October 1763, d. 1791
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Marriage* Bride=Jinet ?1 
Birth*5 Oct 1763 Timber Ridge, Rockbridge Co, Virginia 
Death*1791 Augusta Co., Virginia, USA 
Probate*1 Sep 1791 Augusta Co., Virginia, USA 

Family

Jinet ?

Citations

  1. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.

Margaret Moore1,2

F, b. 29 March 1765
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Death*  
Married Name Moore 
Birth*29 Mar 1765 Timber Ridge, Rockbridge Co, Virginia 
Marriage*29 Mar 1788 Groom=John Moore1,2 
Note*9 Jun 1812 The will of Moses Moore bequeaths "to daughter Margret Moore Negro boy Edden and sorrel horse in her possession."3 

Family

John Moore
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.
  4. [S98] William T. Price, Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, West Virginia (Marlinton, WV: Price Borthers Publishers, 1901), Page 289-292.

Moses Moore1,2

M, b. 8 February 1769
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Death* Kentucky?, USA 
Birth*8 Feb 1769 Timber Ridge, Rockbridge Co, Virginia 
Marriage*22 Mar 1786 Augusta Co., Virginia, USA; Bride=Susan Jane Ewing1,2 
Note*9 Jun 1812 Moses is bequeathed 10 shillngs in the will of his father, Moses Moore.3 

Family

Susan Jane Ewing b. 1745, d. 1800

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.

Hannah Moore1,2

F, b. 6 June 1771
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Death*  
Married Name Duffield 
Birth*6 Jun 1771 Pocahontas Co., Virginia 
Marriage*13 Feb 1799 Warm Springs, Bath Co., Virginia; Groom=Abraham Duffield1,2,3 
Note*9 Jun 1812 Hannah Duffeil is bequeathed 10 shilings in the will of her father, Moses Moore.4 
Death1854 Duffield Cemetery, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia3 

Family

Abraham Duffield b. 26 Sep 1763
Child

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Abraham Duffield, died 13 Nov 1842 in Pocahontas Co., West Virginia, buried in the Duffield Cemetery, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia, Memorial #28034660.
  4. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.

Robert Burr Moore1,2

M, b. 27 May 1772, d. 1858
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Biography* William T. Price: Robert Moore was a son of Moses Moore, the distinguished pioneer. He was born May 27, 1772, and was reared on Knapps Creek. His wife was Rebecca McCollam, of Brown's Mountain, near Driscol. After living a number of years on the Greenbrier at the Bridger place, he moved to Edray on the Drennon opening. They were the parents of five sons, Isaac, Robert. Andrew, James, William, and one daughter, Jane, who became Mrs. Andrew Duffield aud lived at the head of Stoney Creek, now owned by the Delaney family who recently moved into our county.3 
Birth1768 4 
Marriage* Bride=Rebecca McCollam1,2 
Birth*27 May 1772 Pocahontas Co., Virginia5 
Note*9 Jun 1812 Robert is remembered in the will of his father, Moses: to son Robert rents from Rockbridge land.6 
Residence*1850 Virginia; Age 78, farmer, born in Virginia. Real estate valued at $2,000.

Enumerated with Rebecca 75.7 
Death*1858 4 
Burial* Gay Cemetery, Edray, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia4 

Family

Rebecca McCollam b. c 1775
Marriage* Bride=Rebecca McCollam1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S98] William T. Price, Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, West Virginia (Marlinton, WV: Price Borthers Publishers, 1901), P 464 - 467.
  4. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Robert Moore, died 1858, buried at Gay Cemetery, Edray, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia. Memorial #50657393.
  5. [S98] William T. Price, Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, West Virginia (Marlinton, WV: Price Borthers Publishers, 1901),.
  6. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.
  7. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Pocahontas Co., Virginia; Distict 47, IMage 15.

Phoebe Moore1,2

F, b. 13 February 1774
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Death*  
Married Name McNeil 
Marriage* Groom=Jonathan McNeill1,2 
Birth*13 Feb 1774 Pocahontas Co., Virginia 
Note*9 Jun 1812 Phebe McNeel is mentioned in the wll of her father, Moses Moore. He bequeaths to David Kayles portion of land on little Calfpastrue in Rockbridge Co., if he gives daughter Phebe McNeel 200 pounds within 5 years. 

Family

Jonathan McNeill

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.

William Moore1,2

M, b. 18 September 1784
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Biography William T. Price: This paper is devoted to the memory of William Moore, the youngest of Moses Moore's sons. It is believed by some that the plaee of his birth, (which occurred September 18, 1784,) was near the McClintic Mill on Swago. The locality was indicated quite recently by some apple trees of great age. His youth and early manhood were passed on Knapps Creek. After his marriage to Christine Dods, of Rockbridge County. he lived for a time near Timher Ridge in that county, and then settled permanently on Hazel Ridge, on lands now owned by Lee Carter and Anderson Barlow, between one and two miles west of Edray. Their family consisted of three sons and two daughters: James Elliot, Addison, Alexander, Margaret and Jane.

The few pel'sons now remaining that remember WilliamMoore- "Uncle Billy" as he was callod by everybody-speak of him as the kindest of pel's'ms t,o every 011"3. He and Mrs Moore built up a very attractive home and reared a nice familyy. This home became widely known for open handed hospitality.

While not a member of the church, William Moore's walk and convesation exemplified all the visible traits of genuine Christian' principle. In a religious meeting in the old Hamlin Chapel, some years before his decease, he was invited by the class leader, the late John R. Duffield, to testify what he thought of the Christian religion. William Moore arose in that solemn and dignified manner for which he was rather remarkable, and stated that he had been a praying person for fifty years, and had conscientiously tr'ied to livc with a conscience void of offence toward God and man and, moreover, it was his heart's desire hereafter to live in all good conscience toward the same. This testimony is remembered as one of the most to the purpose ever heard in that venerable place of worship.

When Aaron .Moore, on the Greenrier, his brother, was nearing the end, William Moore paid him what proved his final visit. His kind heart was so touched at seeing his aged brother so near death that before leavilng he kneeled at the bed side and poured out his full heart in prayer and fraternal intercession for his aged dying brother.. They then parted to meet no more alive. A more impressive scene is hard to imagine.

Mrs. Moore's death was occasioned by a cancerous affection, Mr. Moore survived her a few years. These esteemed persons, so lovely and pleasant in their lives, lived to a great age. They have quietly gone from us, and are now--with so many others at rest in the Duffield burying ground. This is a place that should be carefully and sacaredly for as Gods
Acre, planted with so much precious, immortal seed, that will some day appear springing up3 
Biography*  
Death*  
Name Variation Uncle Billy3 
Birth*18 Sep 1784 Pocahontas Co., Virginia4 
Marriage* Bride=Christina Dodds1,2 
Note*9 Jun 1812 William is bequeathed 10 shillngs in the will of his father, Moses Moore.5 
Residence*1850 Pocahontas Co., Virginia; Age 65, born in Virginia, farmer, real estate valued at $742.

Enumerated with Christina 63, Alexancer 33, and Petronella Van Reinow 24.4 
Residence1860 Pocahontas Co., Virginia; Age 75, farmer, real estate valued at $1,500, personal estate at $365.

Enumerated with Christianna6 
Death18 Sep 1868 7 
Burial* Duffield Cemetery, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia8 

Family

Christina Dodds b. c 1788
Marriage* Bride=Christina Dodds1,2 
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S98] William T. Price, Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, West Virginia (Marlinton, WV: Price Borthers Publishers, 1901), P 472-476.
  4. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia; District 47, Image 18.
  5. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.
  6. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia; Image 46.
  7. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), William Moore, Sr; Died 18 Sept 1868, buried at Duffield Cemetery, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia.
  8. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), William Moore, Sr; Died 18 Sept 1868, buried at Duffield Cemetery, Pocahontas Co., West Virginia, Memorial #63308565.

Aaron Moore1,2

M, b. 1782
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Biography* Aaron Moore, one of the older sons of Moses Moore the pioneer, hunter, and scout, after his marriage with Catherine Johnson, daughter of John Johnson, first lived near Frost; but the greater part of his life he dwelt on the west bank of the Greenbrier, four miles above Marlinton, where he had settled in the woods.....

It is instructive to reflect on the memoirs of such a relationship, so largely composed of patient, industrious people, accomplishing what they have done in developing our county. Nine members of this family settled in the woods, and by their efforts more than a thousand acres of wilderness land has been made to rejoice and blossom as the rose.

Mary died in early womanhood, regarded by her sisters as their special favorite. Two, while not settling in the woods, have shown by their industry and enterprise how to make the best of more favorable opportunities, and improved what came into their hands already opened up and improved.

It is not easy to appreciate what it cost--weary toil, wear and tear of muscle and bodily vigor—to achieve what they have. Nevertheless,"the oldest people tell us that there was more real contentment and satisfaction and enjoyment in life then than now; for there was a felt community of interest, and harmonious help and truly sympathetic endeavor, that seemed to have a charm not apparent now. Then it seemed a genuine pleasure to show favors and render assistance, but now pay seems to be expected for most everything that may be done in the way of helpful service.

Like most of the persons of his time, Aaron Moore was a successful hunter and made it profitable. One of his memorable adventures occurred while on his way to search for the body of his neighbor, James Twyman who was drowned in Thorny Creek, January 17, 1834, and was not found until January 19. Mr Moore lived on the west bank of the river, while Thorny Creek is on the east side. He went up the west bank to crops at Joseph Friel's. As he was threading his way along the snow covered path, his dog came upon the trail of a panther, and treed it in a lofty pine near the summit of the river ridge, about opposite Friel's. He shot the animal, left it where it fell to be attended to later on, and then hurried away on his sorrowful duty, canoeing the river at high tide. The body of the drowned neighbor was found stranded on a large rock, that is still pointed out not very far below the mouth of the creek.

When Mr Moore died, his remains were taken to the Duffield grave yard. His faithful wife survived him a few years, and then was carried to rest by his side, where they are now sleeping the years away, in hope of a blessed resurrection. May they stand in their lot at the end of the days.

By arduous industry and judicious economy Mr and Mrs Moore built up a prosperous home. Their sons were John, James, Samuel, Thomas, Andrew Jackson, Henry, William Daniel, and George Claiborne; and the daughters were Mary, Elizabeth, Catherine, Eliza, and Melinda--eight sons and five daughters.3 
Death*  
Birth*1782 Pocahontas Co., Virginia, USA4 
Marriage*26 Jan 1809 Bath Co., Virginia; Bride=Catherine Johnson1,5,6 
Note*9 Jun 1812 Aaron Moore is bequeathed 10 shillings in the will of his father, Moses Moore.7 
Note9 Jun 1812 Aaron is bequeathed 10 shillngs in the will of his father, Moses Moore.7 
Deathb 1850  
Burial* Duffield Graveyard3 

Family

Catherine Johnson b. c 1793, d. Mar 1870
Marriage*26 Jan 1809 Bath Co., Virginia; Bride=Catherine Johnson1,5,6 
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912),.
  2. [S99] George W. Cleek, Early Western Augusta Pioneers Including the Families of Cleek, Gwin, Lightner and Warwick and Related Families of Bratton, Campbell, Carlile, Craig, Crawford, Dyer, Gay, Givens, Graham, Harper, Henderson, Hull, Keister, Lockridge, McFarland, and Moore (Staunton, VA: unpublished, 1957),.
  3. [S98] William T. Price, Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County, West Virginia (Marlinton, WV: Price Borthers Publishers, 1901), Page 278.
  4. [S232] Twin brother of Isaac.
  5. [S172] Tom King, Family of Moses Moore, Sr. (untitled), file copy in personal possession of Dixie Hansen..
  6. [S1079] Jordan R., et al... Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850 Original Data: Dodd., Virginia Marriages 1740-1850 (Ancestry.com), Aaron Moore and Kitty Johnson, 26 Jan 1809. Bath Co., Virginia.
  7. [S1259] Moses, Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia, p. 510,.

Rebecca Moore1,2

F, b. February 1782
FatherMoses Moore b. 1731, d. 1812
MotherHannah Risk b. 1740, d. 1810
Death*  
Married Name Cale 
Marriage* Groom=David C. Cale 
Birth*Feb 1782 Pocahontas Co., Virginia, USA 

Family

David C. Cale

Citations

  1. [S71] Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia; Extracted From the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800, 3 volumes. (Rosslyn, VA: Mary S. Lockwood, 1912), Lists birth date as 1778.
  2. [S172] Tom King, Family of Moses Moore, Sr. (untitled), file copy in personal possession of Dixie Hansen..

Isaac Enoch1,2

M, b. 24 January 1774
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Death*  
Birth*24 Jan 1774 Gravestone gives birth date as 29 Jan 17753 
Biography* Mabel Williams Bean: Served in the Washington Co., Militia. He patented land under the title "Essex". The house and sawmill on his father's plantation was given in an agreement with his father. He sold land in 1798. Later he got into financial difficulty and was sold out by the Sheriff of Greene County. 
Note*23 Oct 1796 Isaac Enoch, along with his father, signed an agreeement that said Isaac was to take care of his father and mother until their death; Isaac would get the home plantation and sawmill. 
Death10 Oct 1852 Wirt Co., Virginia 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia

Citations

  1. [S26] Helen Vogt, Westward of ye Laurall Hills, McClain Printing, 1976,.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  3. [S323] Free Note, Birth date reported as 24 January 1774 in The Memories and Writings of Harold David Somerville. (not seen).

William Enoch1,2

M, b. September 1762, d. 29 August 1836
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
BirthSep 1758 Fort Enoch, Hampshire Co, Virginia1 
Birth*Sep 1762 Fort Enoch, Hampshire Co., Virginia 
Marriage*c 1797 Fort Enoch, Hampshire Co, West Virginia; Bride=Mary Teegarden 
Death*29 Aug 1836 Wheeling Creek, Ohio; Inscription: 73y 10m 29d. Revolutionary War Marker1,3 
Burial* Rector-Gard Cemetery, Tremont City, Champaign County, Ohio 

Family

Mary Teegarden b. 10 Nov 1772, d. c 1844

Citations

  1. [S59] Helen Vogt, Descendants of Abraham Teagarden (Berkeley, CA, 1967),.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  3. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), William Enoch, died on 29 Aug 1836, buried at Rector-Gard Cemetery in Tremont City, Champaign Co., Ohio.

Sarah Enoch1

F, b. 1754
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Death*  
Note* Hermon P. Williams said he wasn't sure whether Sarah married a "Bell" or Gabriel Cox. Bean, Mabel Williams says it was Gabriel Cox.2 
Married Name Cox 
Marriage* Groom=Gabriel Cox 
Birth*1754  

Family

Gabriel Cox

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, Page 166.

Henry Enoch1

M, b. 1748, d. after 1804
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Biography* Mabel Williams Bean: Henry Enoch III, oldest son of Lt. Col. Henry II was in the Revolution in the Continental service and received depreciation pay (see PA Archives, Ser V, Vol 4, pp. 399.) He also served in Militia in Washington County, PA. He was given a part of the home plantation by his father. In 1804 he was living in Wood Co., WV. 
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Teegarden 
Birth*1748  
Death*a 1804 Wood Co, West Virginia 

Family

Elizabeth Teegarden

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Elizabeth Enoch1,2

F, b. 1770
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Biography* Reportedly kissed by George Washington when she was a child. Washington had dined at her Grandfather Henry's place while surveying in Hampshire Co., VA. 
Death* Indiana, USA 
Name Variation Betty 
Married Name Bell 
Birth*1770  
Marriage*1788 Groom=Benjamin Bell 

Family

Benjamin Bell b. 1751, d. 10 Feb 1853

Citations

  1. [S26] Helen Vogt, Westward of ye Laurall Hills, McClain Printing, 1976,.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Enoch Enoch1

M, b. 1750
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Death*  
Marriage* Bride=Mary ? 
Birth*1750  
Biography*1793 Mabel Williams Bean: Served in Washington Co., Pennyslvania militia (see PA Archives, Ser VI, Vol. 2, pp 321.) He and his son, also named Enoch Enoch, were both in William Crawford's Company in 1793.2 

Family

Mary ?

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.
  2. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),, Page 166.

Ann Enoch1

F, b. 1760
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Death*  
Married Name Galloway 
Marriage* Groom=Patrick Galloway 
Birth*1760  

Family

Patrick Galloway

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

David Enoch1

M, b. 1756
FatherHenry Enoch b. 12 May 1732, d. 14 Jul 1797
MotherSarah (?) b. c 1732
Death*  
Biography* Mabel Williams Bean: He was in Washington County Militia in Geo. Myer's Company. Several incorrect lists of his children have been published. 
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Peck 
Birth*1756  

Family

Elizabeth Peck

Citations

  1. [S129] Williams-Enoch Genealogy With Allied Families, Compiled and Published by Mabel Williams Bean - with source material by Dr. Hermon P. Williams. (1953),.

Abram Pribble1,2,3

M, b. 20 December 1788, d. 20 September 1824
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Name Variation Abraham Pribble 
Birth*20 Dec 1788 Greene Co., Pennsylvania2,4 
Marriage*22 Nov 1823 Bride=Anna M. Butcher1,2,5 
Death*20 Sep 1824 Wood Co., Virginia4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Wood Co., Virginia; Inscription:
To the Memory of
Abraham Pribble
who departed this life
Sept. the 20th 1824
in the 36 Year of his ag4 

Family

Anna M. Butcher

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Abraham Pribble, died 20 Sept 1824, buried in Pribble Cemetery, Wood Co., West Virginia; Memorial #95163224.
  5. [S185] David H. Jones to Dixie Hansen. E-mail letter dated 12 January 1998, at e-mail address. (1998).

Hiram Pribble1,2,3

M, b. 28 June 1793, d. 22 March 1887
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Burial* Fought Cemetery1 
Birth*28 Jun 1793 Greene Co., Virginia; Now Pennsylvania1,2,4 
Milit-Beg*1812 "Carried a Musket" in the War of 1812 
Marriage License7 Jul 1828 fiancee=Deborah Butcher 
Marriage*17 Aug 1828 Wood Co, Virginia; Bride=Deborah Butcher1,2,5 
Residence*1830 Wood Co., Virginia, USA; Head of household, 1 male age 30-40; 1 female age 20-30.6 
Residence*1850 Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 56, Farmer, Real Estate = $4,000


Enumerated as head of household with Deborah (45), Hannah E. (18), Samantha (15), Artamesia (13), Hiram (8), Josephine (6), and Diande F. (3)2,7 
Residence1860 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 66, Miller, Real Estate = 3,000, Personal Property = 578, born in PA.

Enumerated with Hannah (27), Samantha (23), Artimsia (21), Hiram (18), Josephine (16), Dorea F. (13)4 
Death*22 Mar 1887 Freeport, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Wheeling Register 28 March 1887: Hiram Pribble died Wednesday at his home in Wirt County. He was ninety-five years of age and had carried a musket in the war of 1812.1 

Family

Deborah Butcher b. 26 Jan 1804, d. 20 Apr 1853
Marriage License7 Jul 1828 fiancee=Deborah Butcher 
Marriage*17 Aug 1828 Wood Co, Virginia; Bride=Deborah Butcher1,2,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Wirt Co., Virginia; Page 81.
  5. [S185] David H. Jones to Dixie Hansen. E-mail letter dated 12 January 1998, at e-mail address. (1998). This list gives different month for marriage: 17 July 1828.
  6. [S341] 1830 Federal Census, Wood Co., VA, page 394.
  7. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Wirt Co., Virginia; 17th District.

Thomas Pribble1,2,3

M, b. 6 September 1806, d. 1 March 1840
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Birth*6 Sep 1806 2 
Birth10 Sep 1806 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia4 
Residence*1830 Wood Co., Virginia, USA; Enumerated as head of household (Thomas Pribble, Jr.); 2 males age 20-30.5 
Marriage*20 May 1833 Bride=Delilah Walker1,3 
Death*1 Mar 1840 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia4 

Family

Delilah Walker b. 27 Mar 1817, d. 20 Oct 1881
Child

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Thomas Pribble, Jr.; died 1 March 1840 in Newark, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Memorial # 60197542.
  5. [S341] 1830 Federal Census, Wood Co., VA, page 394.
  6. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), William Pribble, died 16 Mar 1866, buried at Pribble Cemetery in Wirt Co., West Virginia; Memorial #: 60197089.

Hedgeman Pribble1,2,3

M, b. 17 June 1802, d. 30 July 1890
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Birth*17 Jun 1802 Virginia2,4 
Birthc 1803 Pennsylvania5 
Marriage*30 Aug 1832 Wood Co, West Virginia; Bride=Priscilla de Vaughn1,2,3 
Residence*1850 Wirt Co, Virginia; Age 47, Farmer, Real Estate = $1,500


Enumerated as head of household with Priscilla (36), Mary (15), Thomas (12), Henry (12), Franklin (11), Elizabeth (8), Rowena (6), and Hiram (4)4 
Residence1860 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 56, Farmer, Real Estate = $2,000, Personal Estate - $543; Enumerated as head of household with Ransom Pribble (16) and Franklin Pribble (20)6 
Residence*1870 Newark Township, Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 58, Farmer7 
Residence1880 Newark, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Age 77, Farmer, born in Pennsylvania. Widower.

Enumerated with Nelly Cokely (20, keeping house) and John Morris (29, Laborer)5 
Death*30 Jul 1890 8 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Newark, Wirt Co., West Virginia9

Family

Priscilla de Vaughn b. c 1810, d. 15 Sep 1847
Marriage*30 Aug 1832 Wood Co, West Virginia; Bride=Priscilla de Vaughn1,2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Wirt Co., Virginia; 17th District.
  5. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Newark, Wirt Co., West Virginia, ED 159, Sheet 206A.
  6. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Page 75.
  7. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Newark Township, Wirt Co., West Virginia, Page 14.
  8. [S484] Gravestone Reading, Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., WV; Floa Swisher (photo August 2004), Gravestone of Hedgman Pribble.
  9. [S484] Gravestone Reading, Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., WV; Floa Swisher (photo August 2004), Gravestone of Hedgman Pribble (his wife's gravestone spells name as "Hedgeman").

Daniel Pribble1,2,3,4

M, b. 19 March 1804, d. 12 January 1874
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Birth*19 Mar 1804 Virginia, USA3,5 
Marriage*11 Jun 1831 Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; Bride=Amanda Melissa Jackson3,4 
Residence1840 Wood Co., Virginia, USA; Enumerated as head of household, 1 male 30-40; 1 female 20-30; 1 male under 5; 2 females under 56 
Census*1850 Ritchie Co., Virginia7 
Milit-Beg* Confederate Army, Civil War8 
Residence*1870 Grant Township, Ritchie Co., West Virginia, USA; Farmer; Real Estate = 800; Personal Estate = 2255 
Death*12 Jan 1874 Ritchie Co, West Virginia; His wife, Amanda, is listed as a widow in the 1880 census.9,8 
Burial* Pribble (Jackson) Cemetery, Cisco, Ritchie Co., West Virginia; Gravestone: Daniel Pribble; Aug. 19, 1804 - Jan. 12, 1874; WPA records indicate that Daniel served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War8 

Family

Amanda Melissa Jackson b. 1816, d. 22 Jan 1902
Marriage*11 Jun 1831 Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA; Bride=Amanda Melissa Jackson3,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Census of Ritchie County West Virginia 1850,.
  2. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  3. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  4. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  5. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Rtichie Co., WV, P546.
  6. [S340] 1840 Federal Census, Wood Co., VA, p 152.
  7. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Western District, Ritchie Co., Virginia, P 216.
  8. [S133] David M. Scott., Ritchie County, West Virginia Cemeteries through 1993 (Ritchie County Historical Society, Inc., 1995), page 325.
  9. [S330] 1880 US Federal Census, Grant District 1, South, Ritchie Co., WV, ED 153, p435.
  10. [S57] Wes Cochran, Ritchie County Marriages 1843-1915, Parkersburg, WV 26101, Unknown repository, PAM-87-843, look-up by Jean W. Ward.

Henry Pribble1,2,3

M, b. 28 December 1808, d. 26 March 1887
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Birth*28 Dec 1808 2,4,5 
Marriage*30 Mar 1837 Bride=Cassandra Mount1,2,3 
Residence1850 Wirt Co, Virginia; Age 40, Farmer, Real Estate = $1,200


Enumerated as head of household with Casandy (33), Sarah E. (12), Abraham B. (11), Agnes (7), Angelina (5), Hazina (3), Henry E. (2/12ths)6 
Residence1860 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 52, Farmer, Real Estate Value = $1,500, Personal Value = $635


Enumerated as head of household with Casandra (49), Abraham B. (20), Agnes (19), Angeline (15), Hoasy (12), Thomas J. (10), Mary E. (7), Theodoria (4), and Thomas Theodore (1)5 
Residence*1870 Newark Township, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Age 51, Farmer; Real estate valued at $2,000, personal estate valued at $1,0007 
Death*26 Mar 1887 4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., West Virginia4

Family

Cassandra Mount b. c 1815
Marriage*30 Mar 1837 Bride=Cassandra Mount1,2,3 
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S484] Gravestone Reading, Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., WV; Floa Swisher (photo August 2004), Gravestone of Henry Pribble.
  5. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Page 75.
  6. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Wirt Co., Virginia; 17th District.
  7. [S329] 1870 US Federal Census, Newark Township, Wirt Co., West Virginia, Page 14.

Mary Pribble1,2,3

F, b. 16 March 1791, d. 30 March 1861
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Married Name Darnell 
Marriage* Groom=Joshaua Darnell1,2,3 
Birth*16 Mar 1791 Greene Co., Pennsylvania2,4 
Death*30 Mar 1861 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., Virginia4

Family

Joshaua Darnell b. c 1762, d. 21 Jun 1839

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Mary Pribble Darnell, died 30 Mar 1861, buried in Pribble Cemetery, Wirt County, West Virginia; Memorial #60163737.

Nancy Pribble1,2,3

F, b. 17 June 1800, d. 13 June 1877
Nancy Pickering
Photo added by "Marjorie" to Find A Grave Memorial # 53327120
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Married Name Pickering 
Birth*17 Jun 1800 2 
Birth21 Jun 1800 Newark, Wirt Co., West Virginia4 
Marriage*22 Jun 1819 Wood Co, West Virginia; Groom=Thomas Pickering1,2,3,5 
Death*13 Jun 1877 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia4 
Burial* Lee-Pickering Cemetery, Wirt Co., Virginia4 

Family

Thomas Pickering b. 30 May 1795

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S1069] Find A Grave., Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Nancy Pribble Pickering, died 13 June 1777, buried in Lee-Pickering Cemetery, Wirt County, West Virginia; Memorial #53327120.
  5. [S185] David H. Jones to Dixie Hansen. E-mail letter dated 12 January 1998, at e-mail address. (1998).

Elizabeth Pribble1,2,3

F, b. 6 December 1785, d. 25 July 1848
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Married Name Fought 
Birth*6 Dec 1785 Greene Co., Pennsylvania, USA2,3 
Marriage*5 Apr 1799 Groom=James Fought1,2,3,4 
Death*25 Jul 1848 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; now WV.3,4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Gravestone reads:Elizabeth wife of James Fought Died July 25 1848 in the...4

Family

James Fought b. 9 Oct 1776, d. 11 Nov 1862
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S484] Gravestone Reading, Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., WV; Floa Swisher (photo August 2004), Gravestone of Elizabeth (Pribble) Fought.
  5. [S327] 1850 US Federal Census, Wirt Co., Virginia; District 70, Image 61.

Armandah Pribble1,2,3

F, b. 10 February 1798, d. 22 April 1887
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Name Variation Amy Priscilla4 
Married Name Foster 
Birth*10 Feb 1798 2,4 
Marriage*7 Oct 1819 Groom=John Foster1,2,3,5 
Residence*1860 Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Age 56, Real Estate Value = $2,500, Personal Value = $900, Enumerated as head of household with John Foster (29), Thomas Foster (26), Nancy Foster (22), William Pribble (22) and Van B. Pribble (20).6 
Death*22 Apr 1887 4 
Burial* Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., West Virginia; Gravestone reads: Amy Priscilla wife of John Foster Born Feb 10, 1798 Died Apr 22 , 18874

Family

John Foster
Marriage*7 Oct 1819 Groom=John Foster1,2,3,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S106] Margaret Buxton, Pribble Family (unpublished, 1969?),.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  4. [S484] Gravestone Reading, Pribble Cemetery, Wirt Co., WV; Floa Swisher (photo August 2004), Gravestone of Amy Priscilla Foster.
  5. [S185] David H. Jones to Dixie Hansen. E-mail letter dated 12 January 1998, at e-mail address. (1998). Name is listed as "Ann" Pribble on this listing.
  6. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Newark, Wirt Co., Virginia; Page 74.
  7. [S328] 1860 US Federal Census, Newar, Wirt Co., Virginia; Page 74.

Hannah Pribble1,2

F, b. circa 1797, d. 15 August 1811
FatherThomas Pribble b. c 1760, d. 20 Dec 1836
MotherHannah Enoch b. c 1766, d. 24 Aug 1846
Birth*c 1797  
Death*15 Aug 1811 3 

Citations

  1. [S105] Alvaro Franklin Gibbens, Gibbens-Butcher Genealogy; Embracing Also Barnett, Brown, Buckner, Byrne, Champlain, Enoch, Fairfax, Hannaman, Herbert, Riggs; and Bibbee, Drake, Kincheloe, Morrell, Pribble, Pilcher, Paedro, Reeder, Triplett, Vaughan, Vandiver, Warnick, and other Pioneer Families of Virginia who Migrated West of the Alleghanies (Parkersburg, WV: Gordon B. Gibbens, Publisher: 1894),.
  2. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,.
  3. [S107] IGI Record: McCale, L.D., DAR: Pribble,died, age 14.

Elizabeth Prythatch1

F, d. 2 January 1711
Married Name Perkins 
Engagement18 Sep 1696 fiance=John Perkins 
Marriage*13 Oct 1696 Wenham, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Groom=John Perkins2,1 
Death*2 Jan 1711 1 

Family

John Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.
  2. [S42] Cornelia Williams, Ancestry of Lawrence Williams, Part II, 1915, Unknown repository, CS71.W7218,1915,.

Mary White1

F, d. 15 March 1717
Married Name Perkins 
Married Name Hooper 
Marriage*16 Feb 1693 Groom=Samuel Hooper1 
Engagement8 Apr 1711 fiance=John Perkins 
Marriage*28 Apr 1711 Groom=John Perkins2,1 
Death*15 Mar 1717  

Family 1

Samuel Hooper

Family 2

John Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.
  2. [S42] Cornelia Williams, Ancestry of Lawrence Williams, Part II, 1915, Unknown repository, CS71.W7218,1915,.

Thomas Perkins1

M, b. circa 1689, d. September 1749
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Marriage* Bride=Hannah Woodbury1 
Birth*c 1689 Wenham, Essex Co., Massachusetts 
Marriage*22 Jan 1730 Bride=Elizabeth Fowler1 
Death*Sep 1749  

Family 1

Hannah Woodbury

Family 2

Elizabeth Fowler

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Anna Perkins1

F, b. 1692
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  
Married Name Perkins 
Marriage* Groom=John Perkins1 
Birth*1692 1 

Family

John Perkins

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Rebecca Perkins1

F
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  
Married Name Howe 
Marriage*26 Apr 1715 Groom=Thomas Howe1 

Family

Thomas Howe

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Mary Perkins1

F
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  
Married Name Quarles 
Marriage* Groom=Robert Quarles1 
Engagement9 Jul 1709 fiance=Robert Quarles 

Family

Robert Quarles

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Elizabeth Perkins1

F
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  
Married Name Rogers 
Marriage* Groom=William Rogers1 
Engagement15 Apr 1698 fiance=William Rogers 

Family

William Rogers b. 1708, d. 20 Oct 1750

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Sarah Perkins1

F
FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  
Married Name Edwards 
Marriage* Groom=John Edwards1 
Engagement29 May 1709 fiance=John Edwards 

Family

John Edwards

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

Martha Perkins1

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FatherJohn Perkins b. 3 Jul 1652, d. 15 Mar 1717
MotherMary Fiske b. c 1665, d. 9 Oct 1695
Death*  

Citations

  1. [S74] George Augustus Perkins, The Family of John Perkins of Ipswich, Massachusetts, 3 volumes. (Salem, MA: Salem Press Publishing and Printing Co., 1882-1989),.

James Fiske1

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FatherPhineas Fiske b. 1610, d. 1673
MotherSarah Francis d. 10 Sep 1659
Death*  
Birth* England 
Marriage* Bride=Anna ?1 
Marriage* Bride=Hannah Pike1 

Family 1

Hannah Pike

Family 2

Anna ?

Citations

  1. [S86] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Fiske and Fisk Family (Chicago, IL: W.B. Conkey Company, 1896),.

John Fiske1

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FatherPhineas Fiske b. 1610, d. 1673
MotherSarah Francis d. 10 Sep 1659
Death*  
Birth* England 
Marriage* Bride=Remember ?1 

Family

Remember ?

Citations

  1. [S86] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Fiske and Fisk Family (Chicago, IL: W.B. Conkey Company, 1896),.

Martha Fitch1

F
Death*  
Married Name Fiske 
Marriage*14 May 1695 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA; Groom=Thomas Fiske1 

Family

Thomas Fiske b. 1632, d. 15 Aug 1707

Citations

  1. [S33] Merton Taylor, ed. Goodrich, Fiske Genealogy, Cape Cod, MA, Spider Web Press, 195?, Unknown repository, PAM71 2442,.

Elizabeth Easterick1

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Death*  
Married Name Fiske 
Marriage*4 Jun 1660 Wenham, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Groom=Phineas Fiske1 

Family

Phineas Fiske b. 1610, d. 1673

Citations

  1. [S86] Frederick Clifton Pierce, Fiske and Fisk Family (Chicago, IL: W.B. Conkey Company, 1896),.