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Abraham Sublett Jr. (1756 - 1844)

Abraham Sublett Jr.
Born in Charlotte County, Colony of Virginiamap
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Husband of — married 9 May 1782 in Charlotte County, Virginiamap
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Died at about age 88 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, USAmap
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1776 Project
Private Abraham Sublett Jr. served with Virginia Militia during the American Revolution.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Abraham Sublett Jr. is a DAR Patriot Ancestor, A110734.

Abraham Sublett was a Private in the American Revolution and served in Capt. Richard Gaines' Company, Col. Charles Fleming's Regiment of Virginia. He also served in Captain Gideon Spencer's Co., Col. Tucker's Virginia Regiment, and was in the siege of Yorktown.

BIRTH 1756 Charlotte County, Virginia, USA DEATH 1 Mar 1844 (aged 87–88) Lincoln County, Kentucky, USA BURIAL Abraham Sublett Gravesite Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Kentucky, USA

Born in Charlotte, Virginia, United States on 1756 to William A Soblet (Sublett) and Ann A Allen. He passed away on 01 Mar 1844 in Lincoln County, Kentucky.

Abraham Sublette (Soblet) Jr married Sarah "Celia" (1st cousin to Abraham) and had 8 children.


  1. Abraham Sublett, 1789 - 1840
  2. Elizabeth Sublette, 1787 - 1838
  3. Susanna Sublett, 1783 - 1852
  4. John Salle Sublett, 1792 - 1844
  5. Valentine Sublett, 1794 - 1827
  6. George A. Sublett, 1796 - 1827
  7. William S 'Billy' Sublett, 1779 - 1838
  8. Susan A Chisholm, 1798 - 1852

Patriot of the Revolution -

Sublett, Abraham, (Pension application S31397): Abraham applied for pension in Lincoln County, Kentucky, on August 10, 1832. In his application he said that he was living seven miles from Charlotte County Courthouse at the time of the Revolution. He declared he enlisted January 9, 1778, served 3 months in Capt. Richard Gaines' Company, Col. Charles Fleming's Regiment of Virginia. That he enlisted again in July 1781, served 3 months in Captain Gideon Spencer's Co., Col. Tucker's Virginia Reg. and was in the siege of Yorktown. He moved to Lincoln County, Kentucky in 1798 or 99 where he was living at this time, age about 76 years in 1832. His application was approved. ∼ Son of Abraham and Elizabeth Sublett

Husband of Celea (Sublett) Sublett ~ married May 9, 1782 [2]


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