LDS Record - Elizabeth BATTAILLE (AFN: 1BF6-NB)
, Essex, Virginia
, Caroline, Virginia
Father: John "The Ranger" BATTAILE (AFN: 9JZN-05)
Mother: Elizabeth SMITH (AFN: JWRF-CG)
Spouse: Andrew HARRISON, JR. (AFN: P3BZ-5S)
St Thomas Parish, Orange, VA
Charles "Battle" (Battaile) HARRISON (AFN:WG4L-T3)
Born: 1730 Place: Of, , VA
Died: Abt 1760 Place: , Albermarle, VA
Father: Andrew HARRISON, JR. (AFN:P3BZ-5S)
Mother: Elizabeth BATTAILLE (AFN:1BF6-NB)
Francis (Eubank) HUGHLAND (AFN:WG4L-V8)
Born: 1736 Place: Of VA
1. Sex Name
F Elizabeth (Betsy) (Betty) HARRISON (AFN:JR81-GH)
Born: 6 Dec 1758 Place: , Goochland Co, VA
Died: Bef 27 1816 Dec Place: , Goochland Co, VA
2. Sex Name
F Nancy HARRISON (AFN:JR8S-C5)
Born: 20 Jan 1762 Place: , Goochland, VA
Christened: 14 Mar 1762 Place: , Goochland Parish, VA
Died: 1855 Place:
Spouse: Charles "Battle" (Battaile) HARRISON (AFN: WG4L-T3)
the Will of Charles Harrison
Submitted by Coral Babb
November 1761, Albemarle County, Virginia
In the name of God Amen, the seventeenth day of November one thousand seven hundred and sixty one. I Charles Harrison of the Parrish of St. Annes, County of Albemarle, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, do make ordain this to be my last will and testament.
First, I give bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Frances, one certain tract of land containing one hundred and forty acres lying in Goochland County according to a deed made me by John Lewis, to her during her life and after her demise, to my son Richard, him and his forever. Whereas my dearly beloved wife is now with child if she should bring a boy, I also bequeath unto him one certain tract of Land lying on Buckingham Creek H.Gardmare River in the County of Albemarle containing two hundred acres but in case it should be a daughter then my desire is that my Wife should have this tract of Land in the same manner as the first but after her decease to return to my aforesaid son Richard.
I further do give unto my darly beloved Wife the sum of fifty pounds currency to be paid out of all my debts. Other demands which said Sum do desire he may lay out in any manner that may think proper in bringing her any Negro she may think fit during her life.
The other part of my estate I desire may be sold and applied to as she may think wise think proper and I do hereby appoint for the Executors of this my last Will and testament My brother Andrew Harrison, Richard Eubanks and France Harrison to be whole and sole Esecutors of this my last Will and Testament to which I have hereunto set hand and Seal this day month and year above written.
At court held for Albermarle County the 25th Day of August 1762. This last Will and Testament was presented in court proved by the oaths of Isahm Daves and George Miller two of the witnesses thereto and oredered to be recorded and on the Motion of Frances Harrison & Richard Eubanks the Executors whom oath according to law. Certificates Ganted them for obtaining Apr??? there of in due form giving Security whereupon they and William Harrison their Security interests and acknowledge ther Bond accordingly.
then the inventory....
(This unborn child is Nancy Harrison who married William Tuggle)
Born: 20 Jan 1762
, Goochland, VA
Christened: 14 Mar 1762
, Goochland Parish, VA
Father: Charles "Battle" (Battaile) HARRISON (AFN: WG4L-T3)
Mother: Francis (Eubank) HUGHLAND (AFN: WG4L-V8)
Spouse: William TUGGLE (AFN: JR8S-B0)
Marriage: 12 Jun 1782
St.James Northam, Goochland, VA.
Spouse: James TUGGLE (AFN: JR81
Notes for JAMES TUGGLE:
James TUGGLE (AFN: JR81-NJ)
Born: 15 May 1790
, Albemarle, VA
Died: 9 Dec 1834
Harrisonville, Cass, MO
Father: John Sr. TUGGLE (AFN: JR8S-8M)
Mother: Elizabeth (Betsy) (Betty) HARRISON (AFN: JR81-GH)
Spouse: Nancy ALEXANDER (AFN: 13FR-JVV)
Marriage: 27 Jan 1814
, Patrick, VA
Spouse: Nancy HARRISON (AFN: JR8S-C5)
James TUGGLE (AFN:JR81-NJ)
Born: 15 May 1790 Place: , Albemarle, VA
Died: 9 Dec 1834 Place: Harrisonville, Cass, MO
Married: 27 Jan 1814 Place: , Patrick, VA
Father: John Sr. TUGGLE (AFN:JR8S-8M)
Mother: Elizabeth (Betsy) (Betty) HARRISON (AFN:JR81-GH)
Nancy ALEXANDER (AFN:13FR-JVV)
Born: 2 Feb 1790 Place: <, Patrick, VA>
Died: 21 Nov 1871 Place: Independence, Jackson, Missouri
Married: 27 Jan 1814 Place: , Patrick, VA
1. Sex Name
M Edmund Lee TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-K23)
Born: 19 Dec 1824 Place: , Cass, MO
Died: 30 Aug 1906 Place: Harrisonville, Cass, Missouri
Buried: Place: Orient Cem., Harrisonville, Missouri
2. Sex Name
F Elizabeth TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-K1V)
Born: 1823 Place: , Cass, MO
Died: 1902 Place:
3. Sex Name
M Henry P TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-K0N)
Born: 1819 Place: , Cass, MO
Died: 1860 Place:
4. Sex Name
M James TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-JZH)
Born: 1817 Place: , Cass, MO
Died: 1879 Place:
5. Sex Name
M William D TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-JX9)
Born: 1815 Place: , Patrick, VA
Died: 1854 Place:
6. Sex Name
M John Alexander TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-JW3)
Born: 1814 Place: , Patrick, VA
Died: 1897 Place:
7. Sex Name
F Nancy TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-K4H)
Born: < 1829 Place: , Cass, MO
8. Sex Name
F Mary A TUGGLE (AFN:13FR-K39)
Born: 1827 Place: , Cass, MO
TUGGLE, William 1834 3-204
Pulaski Co, KY wills
Submitted byCoral Babb
William Tuggle took the oath of allegiance to Virginia 9 Oct 1777. He enlisted with the Goochland Militia and served three months. He enlisted 14 Feb 1778 in the Continental Army and served at Valley Forge in the 9th Reg. then transferred to the 5th Reg. He left Valley Forge and went to White Plains, West Point, and Monmouth. He was discharged 1778. He served again for two weeks guarding British prisoners taken at Burgoyne's defeat at Albemarle Barracks. He was drafted in May 1781 and served with Maj. Holcomb and Gen Lawson. He received a military warrant for 100 acres in Clark County Kentucky . He settled on Four Mile Creek in 1795. He was granted a pension in 1832. Nancy Tuggle applied for a pension 3 Feb 1843.She stated that she was age 83 and had eleven children. Nancy was third cousin to President Benjamin Harrison.
In the year 1834 William Tuggle deeded one acre of his home place to the Antioch Church, Disciples Of Christ. The church was to be built out of the quarried stone from his home place. The Antioch
Christian Church stands today on the farm of David Gerry on Muddy Creek Road. Services were held in the church as late as 1954. Today (1999) it serves as a hay and cattle building. About 1900 the Antioch Christian Church built a new building on Muddy Creek Road, Winchester, Ky. The church continues to be a viable church.
William Tuggle married Nancy Harrison 12 June 1782 in Goochland County, Va. Nancy Harrison was born 20 Jan 1762 to Charles Harrison and Frances Hughland in Goochland County, Va. Nancy Tuggle died 1855 in Clark County, Ky. The location of the graves of William and Nancy Tuggle are unknown. The graves are most likely at their home place which is at the site of the old church building on the David Gerry farm.
William Tuggle's will is dated 11 January 1834 and is in Will Book 8 p211 in the Clark Co, KY courthouse.
"My will is that my just debts be paid and I will to my beloved wife Nancy the land and premises whereon I now live to hold and enjoy during her life. I also will to my wife three of my Negroes to hold the possessions of until her death, namely Jacob, a Negro boy, and Cauder and Clay, two Negroes, also all my household furniture, and as much of the stock of every kind as she may think proper to take, the balance, if any, to be sold by Exors on a credit of 12 months. I also will to my beloved wife $200.00. "I will to my grandchildren born of my dec'd daughter Betsy Lane, formerly Betsy Tuggle $355.00. I will to my grandchildren, children of my daughter Polly Emerson and William Emerson dec'd $386.00. I will to my son Charles Tuggle $345,00. I will to my son and daughter James and Nancy Emerson, late Nancy Tuggle $300. I will to my son John Tuggle 512.00. I will to son William Tuggle $300.00. I will to my daughter, Milly Rout, and her children by Richard Rout, her dec'd husband, $600.00. I will to my son-in-law Edward Railsback and my daughter Fanny Railsback, late Fanny Tuggle, the plantation whereon they live with the land and appurtenances for the consideration of $800.00. I will to my son Thomas A. Tuggle $420.00. I will to my son James Tuggle $460.00.
"My will is that all my children shall hold the above named proportions in the way of advancement and any lesser portion than $800.00 to Edward Railsback shall be made up equal to the sum of $800.00 out of my estate at or before the death of my beloved wife Nancy as soon as my Exors can sell and make equalities amongst all my children agreeable to this will, considering my grandchildren of Lane and Rout as each one an heir by the family, and after equality is made the balance of my estate to be divided equally between my 10 children.
"My will is that the land and plantation whereon my son John Tuggle now lives be sold at my death on a credit of 12 months. "The land and plantation whereon I now live shall be sold in like manner at the death of my beloved wife Nancy. My will is that my son William Tuggle shall have my Negro boy Tom at his value. The balance of my Negroes, shall be sold at my death on a credit of 12 months except he Negroes willed to my wife aforesaid and their increase. At the death of my wife I will that all stock, goods and chattels be sold and subject to equal distribution between my 10 children. My will is that my two old Negroes shall be maintained out of my estate; and lastly I constitute and appoint David Hampton and Achilles Tuggle Exors."
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