Samuel Lewis AUXIER (son of Michael AUXIER and Martha HORNBECK) was born 1759 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA/Hampshire Co., VA?, and died 1800 in Floyd?, Johnson? Co., KY. He married Sarah BROWN on 15 Jul 1779 in Culpepper Co., VA.
Notes for Samuel Lewis AUXIER: The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102, page 234: Samuel Auxier served as private in Captain Todd's company, Gen. George Rogers Clark's Virginia regiment. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Johnson County, Ky. Samuel and Sallie owned 180 acres on the head of Copper Creek in Russell County, Virginia which they sold in 1793 before they began the journey into the Big Sandy Valley of Kentucky. They settled their family in the area of Johnson County, Kentucky known as the Blockhouse Bottom. Samuel died in 1799. Samuel was riding with neighbors when his horse spooked and threw him violently against a tree. He sustained serious chest injuries and died a few days later. Samuel & Sallie had 9 children.
More About Samuel Lewis AUXIER and Sarah BROWN: Marriage: 15 Jul 1779, Culpepper Co., VA.
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