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Ancestors of William Hurst including Hurst, Wamack, Gullion, Wyrick, Monroe, and King


Generation No. 7


       104. Duncan O'Gullion, born Abt. 1760. He was the son of 208. John Gullion. He married 105. Margaret Wyrick.
       105. Margaret Wyrick, born 1754 in Jonestown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 210. Nicholas Sr. Wyrick and 211. Anna Barbara Litchmere.

Notes for Duncan O'Gullion:
Annals of SW VA. Montgomery County Court 1779 April

On a prosecution against Duncan O'Gullion for maintaining the Authority of the King of Great Britain and Levying war against the People of this State a jury sworn to wit, Joseph Crockett, John Adams, John McFarelane, Adam Dean, Joseph Gray, Joseph Cloyd, Robert Finley, Willam Glaves, Peter Pinkley, John Hall, George Ewing, and Gasper Kinder returned their verdict to wit, that Duncan O'Gullion is guilty of Treason and ought to be committed to Williamsburg for further trial. Same for Nicholas Wyrick fined 500 LBS and prison 18 months. Daniel Allen not guilty. John Allen 1000 LBS security as with Joseph McFarelane, Jacob Darter, Joseph Irvin and John Stephens. Same jury except George Bell for John McFarelane. 1000 LBS each.

Court May 5 1779

Be it remembered that John Steel came before the justices of this court now here setting and acknowledged himself indebted to this commonwealth in the sum of one thousand pounds to be levied of his lands and chattels and to the Commonwealth rendered yet upon the condition that if the said John Steel do personally appear at the next General Court to be held for this state and there to testify and the truth to say against Duncan O'Gullion concerning the facts where with he stands charged and that he do not depart without leave of the said court sast mentioned then this recognizance to be void else to remain in force.

Court Aug 1779

Ordered that a horse the property of Duncan O'Gullion be sold by the Sheriff and the money kept in his hands until further order of this court as the said Duncan made his escape from the Deputy Sheriff as he was conducting him to the Publick Prison in the city of Williamsburg, and that one hundred and twenty five pounds be paid to him and one hundred and twenty five pounds to Thomas Wakely for their trouble in conducting the said Lawernce to the prison aforesaid.
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Land Office Patents and Grants:
Gullion, Duncan              22 Apr 1795
       Wythe County
       100a. On the waters of Reed Creek
       a branch of New river adjoining lands
       of Jacob Prooner, and Martin Wyrich

       Grants No. 32, p. 202

Duncan owned land on Pine Ridge between Rural Retreat and Wytheville. He sold this land August 10, 1799.

Lord Dunmore's War Records for Viriginia (1774):
       Gullion, Duncan
       County              Fincastle
       Company              Capt Walter Crockatt, Capt William Herbert
       Record              p. 254,267

Other Gullions listed: Hugh, John and Barnabas


More About Duncan O'Gullion:
Fact 1: covicted of treason
       
Child of Duncan O'Gullion and Margaret Wyrick is:

  52 i.   John Gullion, born Abt. 1781 in Virginia; died May 23, 1856; married Susannah.
       112. William Fisher, born 1760 in Germany.

Notes for William Fisher:
William had six boys.
       
Children of William Fisher are:

  56 i.   Henry Fisher, born Abt. 1777 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died July 22, 1859 in Jackson County, West Virginia; married (1) Elizabeth Koontz 1798 in Kanawha County, Virginia; married (2) Nancy Holt October 25, 1856 in Kansas County, West Virginia.

  ii.   Conrad Fisher, born 1781 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; married Rachel Miller.

  iii.   John Fisher, born 1787 in Giles County, Viriginia; married Lucretia Harrison 1812 in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

  iv.   Leonard Fisher, born 1789 in Giles County, Viriginia; married Sarah Harrison.

  v.   George Fisher, born 1791 in Giles County, Viriginia; married Francis Lanham.

  vi.   William Fisher, born 1799; married (1) Sarah Samuels; married (2) Susan Crites Koontz.
       120. Richard II Tellis, born March 31, 1730 in Virginia/Maryland; died August 17, 1819 in Mason County, Virginia. He was the son of 240. Richard I Tellis and 241. Elizabeth Barrett? (Merchant). He married 121. Jane Gibson Abt. 1761 in Bedford County, Virginia.
       121. Jane Gibson, born Abt. 1734 in Pennsylvania; died January 22, 1813 in Bedford County, Virginia.

Notes for Richard II Tellis:
Possible second wife: Ann Burson 1731

Her parents: Joseph Burson and Rachel Potts

Rachel's parents: George Burson and Hannah Goode

Richard and Jane became Quakers.

       
Child of Richard Tellis and Jane Gibson is:

  60 i.   Richard David III Tellis, born 1770 in Bedford County, Virginia; died Bef. 1817 in Bedford County, Virginia; married Sarah Sinclair November 17, 1801 in Bedford County, Virginia.
       122. Wayman II Sinclair, born in Dettingen Parish, Prince William County, Virginia; died in Bedford County, Virginia. He was the son of 244. Wayman I Sinclair and 245. Unknown Shirley. He married 123. Mary Watts in Bedford County, Virginia.
       123. Mary Watts, born in Virginia; died Bef. 1820 in Bedford County, Virginia.

More About Wayman II Sinclair:
Fact 1: October 15, 1777, Oath of Allegience in Bedford County, Virginia
       
Children of Wayman Sinclair and Mary Watts are:

  61 i.   Sarah Sinclair, born Abt. 1770 in Bedford County, Virginia; died Bef. 1827 in Mason County, Virginia; married (1) Richard David III Tellis November 17, 1801 in Bedford County, Virginia; married (2) Ira Delano March 03, 1819 in Mason County, Virginia.

  ii.   Wayman III Sinclair.

  iii.   Mary Sinclair.

  iv.   Nancy Sinclair.

  v.   Melinda Sinclair.

  vi.   Elizabeth Sinclair.
       126. Alexander Greenlee2, born 1736 in Lebanon County/Lancaster County, Pennsylvania/Ireland; died 1810 in Union District, Mason County, Virginia. He was the son of 252. James Greenlee or Edward Greenlee. He married 127. Anna Henry January 29, 1771 in Hanover Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
       127. Anna Henry, born Abt. 1751 in Lebanon county, Lancaster County, now Dauphin County, Pennsylvania; died 1820 in Mason County, Virginia.
       
Children of Alexander Greenlee and Anna Henry are:

  i.   Hanna Greenlee, born August 26, 1773; married Edward Greenlee.

  ii.   James Greenlee, born 1776; married Deborah Carroll.

  iii.   Rachel Greenlee, born June 30, 1779 in Rockbridge County, Virginia; died February 06, 1860 in Mason County, West Virginia; married Jesse John Van Bebber July 09, 1799 in Washington County, Ohio.

  iv.   Alexander H. Greenlee, born 1781.

  63 v.   Anna Greenlee, born 1782-1788; married Joel Cartwright 1810.

  vi.   Robert Greenlee, born 1784; married Margaret Aleshire.

  vii.   John Greenlee, born February 18, 1786; married Susanna Aleshire.

  viii.   Samuel Greenlee, born March 13, 1791; married Hannah Hughes 1813.

  ix.   Henry Greenlee, born 1792.


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