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David Pyle (1793 - bef. 1833)

David Pyle
Born [location unknown]
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died before at about age 40 [location unknown]
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David was born in 1793. He was the son of Nicholas Pyle and Ann Black. He passed away in 1820.

A David Pyle was found in the roster for Capt. James Robison's Company detached Militia as a Private; enlisting November 20, 1814; engaged May 20, 1815; which would have made him 21 yrs old at the time of his enlistment[1]

David is mentioned in his brother William's will dated May 8, 1833; Proved April 27, 1835; as Brother: David Pyle; deceased; father of two: Elizabeth and Manerva?[2]


  2. Kentucky Probate Records; retrieved from:
  • Report of the adjutant general of the state of Kentucky. Soldiers of the war of 1812. Printed by authority of the legislature of Kentucky; by Kentucky. Adjutant-General's Office; Publication date 1891; Publisher Frankfort, Ky. : E. Polk Johnson, public printer
  • Kentucky Probate Records, 1727-1990 Christian, Will records, Index, 1833-1835, Vol. H page 455 (295/354)

Research Notes

Brother's 1835 Will
William Pyle's Will, registered in Christian County, Kentucky
Written: 8 May 1833
Codicil: 17 May 1834
Proved: 27 April 1835
Wife: Elizabeth
Mother: Ann Pyle
Brother: David Pyle deceased father of two: Elizabeth and Manerva?
Brothers: Nicholas, Samuel, John, Abner, Bud, Thompson, Alfred
Sisters: Jane Lacy deceased wife of David Lacy; Susanna Brooks; heirs of Nancy Crabtree; Edith Husband deceased

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