Captain John Lightfoot fought with the Virginia Troops during the American Revolution - Has descendants that are members of the DAR - #A70311 - owned at least one slave named Daisy.
There is confusion on Captain John Lightfoot. On the Royal Trust tree, it shows Captain John Lightfoot, b. 1730, Dinwiddie, Virginia, USA., d. 1769, Bruswick, Virginia, and his father as Thomas (K) Lightfoot FFV Cavalier (1691-1754), but does not list the name of his mother.
On another tree, it shows Captain John Lightfoot, b. 1730, Dinwiddie, Dinwidie, Virginia, d. 1769, Brunswick, Virginia, USA. and lists his father as Thomas Lightfoot (1691-1754) and mother as Elizabeth Stone (1704-1759).
On yet another tree, it lists Captain John Lightfoot, b. 1730, Cne, Georgia, USA, d. Feb. 12, 1769, Brunswick, Virginia, USA, and his spouse as Nancy Ga-ho-GA Adair (1755-1790), married 1746. And still another lists his spouse as Nancy Lightfoot Foster (1755-1790), b. 1730, Cne, Georgia, d. 1769, Brunswick, Va., USA.
Lightfoot-1121 (and not THIS profile) represent the possible father of those children.
Note: From what I can tell, the John Lightfoot who married a Deer Clan Cherokee & was father of Dorcus, Nancy & William (b 1758), was the John Lightfoot born 1730 who was in the Revolutionary War. His son William also was in the War.
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