William McPheeters,Jr. is born about 1690 and is the son of William McPheeters, Sr. and Janet McClellan born of N. Ireland. William married (1). Rebecca Thompson in Ireland about 1716 and had 10 children together; they moved to America about 7 years later; these children listed below are the known children;
Annie McPheeters, who was b and died in Ireland.
Martha McPheeters, married samuel Downey
Mary McPheeters, who married Alexander Crawford abt. 1716.
John McPheeters was born 1727-1796, married (1). Elizabeth Campbell, (sisterof Capt. Charles Campbell). (2). Mary Ann Downey.
Rev. William McPheeters, b.28 Sept 1729-28 Oct 1807, married Rachel Moore of Rockbridge co.
David McPheeters, was b and died in Pennsylvania
Jane or Janett McPheeters married John Patrick; they lived on South River, Augusta co, VA.
Samuel McPheeters died in hawkins co, Tn, married Margaret Searight. They moved to Holstein where he died, ruling Elder in the Church. They had 7 children.
William McPheeters, Jr. married (2). Mary Pearce (had no children), d. 1773 in Augusta co, VA.
According to "The McPheeters Family of the Descendants of William McPheeters." 
Hebron Presbyterian Church, 1746 - 1996, compiled in 1996 for the 250th Anniversay of the Church, page 24 says William McPheeters, Rebecca McPheeters and (daughter in law) Rachel (Moore) McPheeters are all buried at the Glebe Cemetery. They have no markers. No dates are given for them.
Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in VirginiaVolume I; AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS.ORDER BOOK No. I. (cont.) NOVEMBER 18, 1747. (318) Jennet Steel, widow of David Steel, qualified Admx. James Caulton, &c., and John Mitchell appraisers.
(318) Wm. McFeeters has leave to build a mill.
(319) Ro. Ramsey and David Mitchell to mark a road from Timber Grove to where the church is to be built, and that James Lockhart and Wm. Ledgerwood lay off and mark a way thence to the Co. Ho.
(319) John Elswick--grand juryman.
(319) County Levy. 
CW adds: "... his 1773 will names his wife as "Mary," who he apparently married later, after Rebecca Thompson. She was widow of Thomas Peary/Peery/Percy. (Augusta Deed Book 12, p 159, Will Book 5, p 61, and Chalkley's Abstracts Vol 1 p 429.)."
That's Lyman Chalkley's Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia. Various Old Papers, 1760 - 1770, Commission for privy examination of Mary McPheeters, Executrix of Thomas Peevy, deceased, and wife of William McPheeters... Commission dated 21 - 28 Aug 1765.
Augusta Co., VA Will Book 5, page 61 says: 21 Jan 1773, William McPheeter's, Sr... will (signed also by Mary McPheeters), farmer - To wife Mary; to dearly beloved John McPheeters; to dearly beloved daughters, Martha and Jannet. Probated 16 Mar 1773.
I requested a photo of his gravestone, with my fingers crossed and received this note: "I have walked and photographed entire cemetery and cleared each grave, and this stone cannot be located. The cows have been in the cemetery for years and have decimated many stones."
Burial: Glebe Cemetery, Swoope, Augusta County, Virginia, USA, NO EXISTING gravestone
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