44. Pugh Williamson PRICE49 was born on 4 January 1775 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.
"History of Howard and Chariton Counties" pp. 236-237,
424-426.Mentioned in father's will as "To the child that my wife is now big
with". Will dated 20 Nov 1774 and filed 17 Apr 1775. "In 1831 Pugh Williamson
Price moved his wife and five children, Edwin, Pamela, Robert Pugh, Sterling
and John Randolph, all grown to maturity, to Missouri. His wife and daughter
and household goods were transported by ox wagon and the men rode horseback;
the slaves walked and drove the livestock. The Price family had been farmers
in Virginia and when they settled in the Missouri Valley, the area between the
present towns of Fayette and Keytesville, they continued to plant their fields
with oats, corn, wheat and tobacco, and became active in the cultural and
political life." From a biography on General Sterling Price sponsored by the
Friends of Keytesville, Inc. located at the General Sterling Price Museum.
Pugh Williamson PRICE and Elizabeth WILLIAMSON were married about 1794 in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Elizabeth WILLIAMSON was born (date unknown).
Pugh Williamson PRICE and Elizabeth WILLIAMSON had the following children:
|Dr. Edwin W. PRICE was born on 10 September 1795 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.|
|Pamela Williamson PRICE was born on 11 August 1800 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.|
|Robert Pugh PRICE was born on 1 December 1803 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.|
|Gen. Sterling PRICE.|
|John Randolph PRICE was born on 4 May 1811 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.|