Private, Militia, 26th Battalion, Captain Benjamin Cawood's company, 1777.
Resident of Port Tobacco East Hundred in 1778.
Migrated to Kentucky.
Daviess County, Kentucky - On November 12, 1838, an inventory and appraisement and also an account of sales of the personal estate of Thos. Wedding decd was produced in Court and severally ordered to record.
He is buried in Saint Mary Of the Woods Cemetery in Whitesville, Daviess County, Kentucky.
↑ West-Central Kentucky Family Research Association, Daviess County, Kentucky Order Book "D" 1837 -1846 (Owensboro, Kentucky: West Central Kentucky Family Research Association, 1977), p. 12.
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