buried in Galloway Cemetery in Warren Co., Ky
MARGARET "Peggy"* ENNIS Dishman Birth 17 March 1801 in Amherst, Amherst, Virginia archivers believe tombstone should read 1801 Death 1 July 1888 in Warren County, Kentucky
oldest daughter of George Ennis (Innis) 1770 – 1835 Mary Frances Campbell Ennis 1777 – 1823 Granddaughter of John Ennis, Sr and Mary Ann Whitlock Ambrose and Margaret Campbell
JAMES E. DISHMAN Birth 28 February 1796 in Russel Parish, Bedford, Virginia Death 19 August 1878 in Warren County, Kentucky son of Jeremiah E. Dishman 1752 – 1829 Nancy Ann Miller Dishman 1760 – 1856
James and Margaret's children
1 Ewing Dishman 1820 – 1871 married Lucy Ann House 2 Bluford Dishman 1821 – 1912 married Rachel Lackey 3 Harvey Dishman 1823 – 1891 married Sarah Jane Hines 4 Susanna Dishman 1825 – 5 Mary Frances Dishman Walters 1826 – 1876 married George Jackson Walters 6 Daniel Dishman 1827 – married Sarah 7 Jeremiah Dishman 1829 – 1878 8 Nancy Dishman Walters 1831 – 1911 married William Walters 9 Mary Jane Dishman Lay 1832 – married John Wesley Lay 10 John Dishman 1833 – 1917 married Leanor Walters 11 Sarah Ann Dishman Galloway 1834 – 1907 married Fleming Mason Galloway 12 Mary Elizabeth Dishman Galloway 1836 – 1907 married Abraham Miller Galloway 13 James Dishman 1838 – married Molinda Wingfield
The James Dishman Family of Warren County Kentucky James Dishman, son of Jeremiah and Nancy MILLER Dishman was born February 28 1796 in Bedford County, Virginia and died August 19, 1878 in Warren County, Kentucky. He came to Pulaski County, Kentucky with his parents at an early age and then to Simpson County, Kentucky about 1812. James was a soldier in the War of 1812. According to his pension papers, James was drafted into Captain Evans' Company, in Colonel Gabriel Slaughter's 15th Kentucky Regiment at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky on October 2, 1814. His pension papers state his Regiment arrived near New Orleans on the Mississippi River in Flat Boats on January 4th, 1815 and landed two miles below the City and participated in the Battle of New Orleans on the 8th day of January and fought with Andrew Jackson against the British. He stated that each man that had a gun fought in the Battle. James was shot in the leg and later discharged on May the 10th 1815 at Somerset, Kentucky. James applied for a pension and received $8.00 a month for his disability. In 1850 , James applied for and received 80 acres of Bounty land for his service. After the War, James moved with his parents to Simpson County, Kentucky. On October the 19th, 1818, James married Margaret Ennis, the daughter of George and Frances Campbell Ennis in Warren County, Kentucky. James and Margaret settled on a 144 acre farm located about a mile North of Rich Pond in Warren County, Kentucky. Margaret's father, George Ennis was a large land owner in Warren County and he deeded James and Margaret 80 acres of land in the same locality. James died August the 19th 1878. Margaret applied for a veterans pension and received $8.00 a month. Margaret was living with her daughter Sarah Galloway when she died. Margaret died July 1, 1888. Both James and Margaret are buried in the Galloway cemetery in Warren County, Kentucky.
lawsuit Folder 2 James Dishman v. Rebecca Wantland and Edward 1830 13 items Blewitt [admins. of Thomas Wantland] (Case 842) Dishman wishes to offset note he owes to the estate
Military James E. Dishman was a soldier in the War of 1812 with the 15th Regiment of Kentucky and he fought in the Battle of New Orleans with Andrew Jackson. He was shot in the leg and discharged on 10 May 1815.
Census: 1 Jun 1810 Somerset Twp., , Pulaski, Kentucky Census: 1860 Warren Co., KY., District 2. 398/701. Census: 1850 Warren Co., KY., District 2. 220/72. Census: 1870 Warren Co., KY., Bowling Green. 502/10. Occupation: 1860 Farmer. Occupation: 1850 Farmer. PROP: 1860 Real Property - $0; Personal Property - $11, 000. Census: 9 Jun 1870 Bowling Green Twp., , Warren, Kentucky Marriage Notes for Jeremiah Dishman and Nancy Miller:
11/06/1782 Jeremiah Dishman and Nancy Ann Miller got a marriage bond. Simon Miller, Jr. posted surety. Married by Jno. W. Holt 11/07/1782
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