|26||i.||James Shirkey, born Abt. 1755 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died Unknown; married Elizabeth Poage 1774 in Botetourt County, VA.|
|ii.||John Sharkey, died Unknown; married Jane George; died Unknown.|
Notes for John Sharkey:|
Moved to TN and then to MS. His descendants in MS retained the Sharkey spelling.
|iii.||Patrick Shirkey II, died Unknown; married Mary Rhoades; died Unknown.|
|iv.||Nicholas Shirkey, died Unknown; married Sarah Woods 1777; died Unknown.|
|v.||Anne Shirkey, died Unknown; married Adam Wood 1772; died Unknown.|
|vi.||Mary Shirkey, died Unknown; married Peter Wiley; died Unknown.|
|vii.||Elizabeth Shirkey, died Unknown; married Adam Peck 1777; died Unknown.|
Notes for Elizabeth Shirkey:|
Moved to TN near Knoxville after marrying.
Notes for Adam Peck:|
Elizabeth and Adam Peck, Sr., pioneered Knoxville, Tennessee.
|27||i.||Elizabeth Poage, born Abt. 1755 in Ireland or Virginia; died Unknown in Botetourt Co. VA; married James Shirkey 1774 in Botetourt County, VA.|
|ii.||George Poage, Jr, born August 30, 1765 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died February 23, 1834 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; married Mary Kyle April 12, 1791; died Unknown.|
Notes for George Poage, Jr:|
He was a farmer at Locust Bottom; a member of Captain Pryor of the militia in 1783; recorded as a Major in the Williamson record without indication of time or service; Trustee of the town of Hot Srings, November 6, 1793. He had 6 children only 4 of whom are listed in his will. He also owned lands on Sinking Creek.
|iii.||Rachel Poage, born January 04, 1768 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died January 17, 1861; married Capt. William Hill March 26, 1789 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; born October 01, 1762; died Unknown.|
Notes for Capt. William Hill:|
Captain Hill lived in a colonial home made of red brick, located on the north side of the Jackson River across from Lowmoor, VA in what was then Botetourt County (now Alleghany). It was in this house that his duaghter Polly, at age 18, married Maj. W.H. Haynes. The house was subsequently purchased by James M. Montague. Capt. Hill removed to Monroe County and it was there that he died and his will was probated.He and Rachel Poage seem to have lived in Allegheny Co. VA, near Low Moor. Their Marriage Bond is dated 3/20/1789 and ws signed by George Poage, Jr., as guardian. He had 6 children. His will was probated in Monroe County in April 1829.
|iv.||Margaret Poage, born Abt. 1770 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died Unknown.|
Notes for Margaret Poage:|
Mentioned in her father's will, but no data further; likely died not married
and probably early.
|v.||Experience Poage, born 1771 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died April 23, 1823; married Jacob Hansbarger 1811; born January 26, 1783; died August 04, 1849.|
Notes for Jacob Hansbarger:|
He was the 2nd son of John Hansbarger. He and Experiance appear to have lived the majority of their lives in Alleghany Co., VA near Clifton Forge. They had 3 children.
|vi.||Mary Poage, born January 11, 1774 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died January 22, 1863; married Abraham B. Pitzer September 20, 1798; died June 21, 1836 in Alleghany, VA.|
Notes for Abraham B. Pitzer:|
He was a farmer in Alleghany County with lands on the Cowpasture River. He and mary had 7 children, all of whom are mentioned in his will, dated 4/22/1834 and probated in the June 1836 term of the Alleghany County Court.
|vii.||John Poage, born Abt. 1780 in Locust Bottom, Botetourt Co., VA; died Unknown; married Jane Kyle October 01, 1803; born 1786; died 1858.|
Notes for John Poage:|
He wsa a farmer at Locust Bottom on part of his father's farm. He and Jane had 2 children.
Notes for Jane Kyle:|
Sister to Mary Kyle; two children; after John's death, she married William Womack of Prince Edward County, Va.
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