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William Martin (1760 - 1821)

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William Martin
Born in Loudon, Virginiamap
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Son of and [mother unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
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Died in Marion, West Virginia, United Statesmap
Profile last modified 6 Dec 2018 | Created 3 Dec 2018
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William is the son of Col Charles Martin born about 1735 or as early as 1715 and Elizabeth Burris (said to be a daughter of John Burris and Ester Truitt). William's DOB is Unknown but assumed to be about 1759 or as late as 1764, perhaps in Loudoun County Virginia. William served as an Ensign in the militia in 1796, and received 400 acres on Buffalo Creek near Farmington (now in Marion County, West Virginia) from his father on June 19, 1797.

William married Elizabeth Everly, daughter of Casper (Gasper) Everly (Eberly) about 1779 in Monongalia County. Elizabeth died about 1801.


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