Notes for William Bearskin Watson: Source: The History of Pittsylvania County Virginia Chapter IX Early Churches in Pittsylvania the Church of England page 132 footnote: John Watson and William Watson were the sons of Thomas Watson known as "The Scotchman." William settled on Harping Creek and John on Cherrystone Creek and Watson's Branch, where the lands are still held by the family. Among John's children was a son named Thomas, born May 1780, who married in 1806 Malinda Watson, a daughter of William Watson The children of Thomas and Malinda Watson were: John, Thomas Jefferson, born 1809, Amos, Ichabod and Permelia Watson. Thomas Jefferson Watson married Elizabeth Leonard Duffel of Lynchburg in 1838 and had issue Wilbur Fiske, Fletcher Bangs, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Watson. Elizabeth Leonard Duffel was the granddaughter of Thomas Leonard, the English secretary of the Hon. Benjamin Franklin. Fletcher Bangs Watson married Pattie Treadway, Daughter of Judge Win. Treadway. Settled on Harping Creek, Va The beloved son who went west: Went to Ky after 1805
More About William Bearskin Watson and Delilah: Marriage: 1771, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.1336
Children of William Bearskin Watson and Delilah are:
+Flavel Watson, b. August 23, 1791, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia1337, d. January 07, 1857, Raccoon Twp., Marion Co., Illinois1337.