Pugh married (1] Sarah Thornton abt 1720; [2) Tabitha Barrow abt 1734 in Amelia Co VA and (3) Jerusha Penick He had a total of 22 children by the three wives.
Pew was deeded 120 acres on Four Mile Creek by his father on 1 Sep 1710. He lived in Henrico, Amelia & Prince Edward Counties [Prince Edward formed from Amelia.
Will of Pugh Price. Date 20 Nov 1774. Named: dau Sarah, Son William, son Pugh, dau Mical, dau Phebee, dau Tabitha, dau Elizabeth, son Charles, dau Fanny, dau Judith, dau Patty, son John, son Daniel, son Josiah, son James. [15 children] Wife is with child. The plantation is to be divided among the eight youngest and the unborn child. It would appear that these are the children of Jerusha. Exec: wife Jerusha, son William and John Morton. Signed: Pugh Price. Wit: Philemon Bird, Alexander LeGrand, Wm Penick, Jeremiah Penick. Proved 17 Apr 1775. Jerusha Price and William Price gave bond and were granted probate. Prince Edward Co VA WB 1, p.173
The list of children seems to include some doubling of names. There is a John born to Tabitha Barrow and a John born to Jerusha Penick. There are also two sons named Pugh - one born 1734 to Tabitha, a son named Williamson born to Jerusha in 1770, and then Pugh Williamson, the youngest child, born 4 Jan 1775 - a son not yet born when the will was written. It would appear that the earliest John may have died as a young child, also Williamson - since they do not appear in later records. However, there were two Pughs - the son of Tabitha settled in Fayette Co KY and died in 1814; Pugh Williamson Price moved to Missouri and was the father of Gen. Sterling Price of Civil War fame.
Pugh PRICE and Sarah THORNTON had the following children:
Pugh PRICE and Tabitha BARROW were married about 1733 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.26 Tabitha BARROW was born (date unknown).
Pugh PRICE and Tabitha BARROW had the following children:
Pugh PRICE and Jerusha PENICK had the following children:
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