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Descendants of Edward Watts, Sr.


      17. WILLIAM3 WATTS (Thomas2, Edward1) was born Abt. 1732 in Orange County, Virginia, and died March 04, 1808 in Albermarle County, Virginia. He married (1) Sarah Ellis. She died Aft. 1808 in Albermarle County, Virginia. He married (2) Jane Hord March 03, 1766 in Culpepper County, Virginia. She was born Bef. 1751 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died Unknown. He married (3) Lucy Woods Bef. 1775.

Notes for WILLIAM WATTS:

Notes for WILLIAM WATTS:

!MILITARY: NSDAR. D.A.R. PATRIOT INDEX. (Washington, DC:NSDAR, 1967)
William Watts b. ca 1740, d. after 3/4/1808 m/1 Jane Hord, md/2
Lucy Wood, m/3 Sarah Ellis. Sol. VA.

MIL: from Registrar General, N.S.D.A.R. - William Watts of Culpeper
County, Virginia, whose first wife was Jane ---; descendant (Mrs.
Robert K.) Rosalie H. Smith, Nat. No. 314893, Hotel Windsor Etoile, 14
Rue Beaujon. Paris, France. Rev. Recodr - 9th Virginia State Library
Soldiers p.317 2nd Virginia Regiment, Virginia Rev. Soldiers William
Watts. Year Book, Sons of the Revolution for 1913, p. 270 -
Revolutionary Soldiers & Sailors of Virginia to whom Land Bounty
Warrants, compiled by Samuel M. Wilson, Kentucky State Land Office at
Frankfort. William Watts, 100 acres, private, Virginia State Line, 3
years Revolutionary War Records of Virginians by Brumbaugh, 1;284 -
William Watts, State Line.

WILL: Dated June 23, 1808, Madison County, Virginia - to James 100
arces; Washington 200 arces plus all claims to land in Kentucky, if
dies to sell and divide for 3 daughter; William - land he lives on
plus land mother lives on at her death; Sarah - land living on. Other
daughters listed in will include: Patty White, Betsey Durrett and Lucy
Allen. Source: Betty Watts Harris.




     
Children of WILLIAM WATTS and Jane Hord are:
+ 48 i.   JAMES4 WATTS, born January 21, 1767 in Albermarle County, Virginia; died January 25, 1828 in Near Liberty, Bedford County, Virginia.
  49 ii.   Frances Watts, born October 26, 1769. She married ? White
     
Children of WILLIAM WATTS and Lucy Woods are:
  50 i.   Martha "Patsy"4 Watts, born April 04, 1776 in Virginia; died March 08, 1835 in Virginia. She married (1) Col. William White 1793 in Madison County, Virginia She married (2) Col. William White 1793 in Madison County, Virginia; born Abt. 1755.
  Notes for Col. William White:

Notes for COL. WILLIAM WHITE:
William served as Captain of the 5th Virginia Regiment of the continental Line during the Revolutionary War.
Notes of Mark White (mwhite@virginia.edu)



  51 ii.   Washington Watts, born September 02, 1777. He married Lucy
  Notes for Washington Watts:
Notes for WASHINGTON WATTS:
Heineman, pa. 127

In the 1810 Census, they were residing in Manchester, Virginia. His age was under 45; his wife's the same. They had 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-16; 1 female under 10; 1 female 10-16.


  52 iii.   William Watts, born March 25, 1779. He married Mary Burk Smith
  Notes for William Watts:

Notes for WILLIAM WATTS:
OCDB 4, pa 449 - William Hackney, Gentleman, of Prince William Co., to William Watts, Sr. and William Watts Jr. of St. Marks Parish, O.C. 400 acres in O.C. on Summerduck Run in the Great Fork of the Rappahanock (this is present day Culpeper Co.) Recorded 29 May 1741


  53 iv.   Elizabeth (Betty) Watts, born December 11, 1780. She married Isaac Winston Durrett December 26, 1799
  Notes for Isaac Winston Durrett:
Notes for ISAAC WINSTON DURRETT:
      By his will his father gave Isaac the 478 acres of land on which he was then living. On 9 May 1821 Isaac W. and wife Elizabeth sold land to william Wood and on 5 apr 1826 they sold 101 acres to their son William W. Durrett. On 7 Jan 1828 together with Joseph Fulcher, they sold land to John Jones. On 3 Apr 1830 they sold land to Joseph C. Fulcher for $862.00 and then gave all property to sons Thomas G. and James h. W. Durrett, a minor, and the sons were to provide support for the parents.
            The Virginia Genealogist Vol 16 pa. 101



  54 v.   Lucy Watts, born August 03, 1782. She married Col. Dan Allen


      19. Esther3 Watts (Thomas2, Edward1) was born Abt. 1738 in Orange County, Virginia, and died Aft. 1795 in St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia. She married Jeremiah White Abt. 1748 in Culpeper County, Virginia, son of Henry White and ?. He was born in Culpepper County, Virginia.

Notes for Jeremiah White:

From:      mwhite@virginia.edu (Mark White)

Jeremiah WHITE and Esther WHITE his wife of St. Thomas's Parish, Orange
County, planter, to William WATTS of Brumfield Parish, Culpeper County.
For 60 pounds current money.
100 acres in Brumfield Parish ajoining the land whereon William WATTS
now lives and is the land given by Thomas WATTS, deceased, to his daughter
Esther, now the wife of Jeremiah WHITE ... houses, buildings, gardens,
orchards, meadows, pastures.

     
Children of Esther Watts and Jeremiah White are:
  55 i.   Mary Sarah4 White, born 1760 in Orange County, Virginia; died 1799. She married Capt. James Burton January 19, 1799.
  56 ii.   Col. William White, born Abt. 1755. He married Martha "Patsy" Watts 1793 in Madison County, Virginia; born April 04, 1776 in Virginia; died March 08, 1835 in Virginia.
  57 iii.   Fanny White.
  58 iv.   Elizabeth White. She married William Piper December 26, 1803 in Orange County, Virginia.
  59 v.   Esther White.
  60 vi.   Garrett White. He married Elizabeth Piper
  61 vii.   Jeremiah White, born Abt. 1754.
  62 viii.   Richard White, born April 17, 1756 in Orange County, Virginia; died 1849 in Greene County, Virginia. He married Catey Olliver February 20, 1783 in Orange County, Virginia
  Notes for Richard White:

Notes for RICHARD WHITE:
From notes of Mark White:

      While residing in Orange County, VA, Richard White enlisted in August 1777 and served two months as Ensign in Capt. Benjamin Johnson and Col. Holt Richardson's company. He enlisted in the Fall of 1778 and served two months as Lieutenant in Col. Eleas Edmund's Virginia Regiment (Capt. Belfield Canes), was at the Siege of Yorktown, went as guard with the reserves to Winchester Barracks, was discharged 1781. He married Anney Wayt second. He was allowed a pension on his application executed 24 Sep 1832.
      Richard White must have lived a long and full life. At his death, he was the last communicant connected with the Old Orange Church.
      Richard White's will, dated 23 Dec 1841, left most of his personal property to his son, John B. White.

More About RICHARD WHITE:
Buried: White Family Cemetery, Rt. 33, Greene Co., VA


  63 ix.   John White. He married Mary ?
  64 x.   Willis White, died Aft. 1830.


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