1. STOKES, Nancy "Ann" 
- PERRYMAN, Ellen+
- PERRYMAN, James +
- PERRYMAN, Sarah +
- PERRYMAN, Mary+
- PERRYMAN, Alexander +
- PERRYMAN, Nancy Ann 
- PERRYMAN, William Jr.+
- PERRYMAN, Richard
- PERRYMAN, Milly
- PERRYMAN, John
- PERRYMAN, George Washington +
- Born: 14 Feb 1759, , Charles County, Maryland, USA
- Marriage (1): STOKES, Nancy "Ann"  on 16 Jan 1782 in , Caswell, North Carolina, USA
- Died: 6 Jan 1854, , Russell County, Kentucky, USA at age 94
- Buried: Perryman Cemetery, Russell, Kentucky, USA
Noted events in his life were:
- Birth Record, 14 Feb 1759, , Charles County, Maryland, USA. On his Revolution War Pension application, he states his date and place of birth.
- Census: Wm Periman/Perryman, 1790, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. 1 White males under 16 - 2 (James born 1783, age 7) & (Alexander born 1788, age 2)
White males over 16 - 1 (William born 1759, age 31)
White females - 4 (Ann born 1762, age 28 & 3 unknowns)
Household total - 7
- North Carolina Taxpayers: Wm Perriman, 1679-1790, North Carolina. 2 Randolph County
- Land Records-Burke county, NC: Adam Lord to William Perriman, 200 acres, 3 Dec 1793, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. 3 (Record found by researcher Diane Berry hired by Van Perryman, shows page 24)
- Land grant: William Perriman, 1799, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. Land Grant # 2896
- Census: William Perriman/Perryman, 1800, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. 4 Household members under 16: 9 (could be Alexander, age 12; William, age 8; Richard age 5, possibly John born in 1800, Sarah, age 13; Milly, age 3
Household member over 25: 3 (William, Ann & ?)
Total Household members: 14 (Where is James, he would be age 17, is he one of the ones listed as under 16?) [There is a James Perriman, HOH, listed next under William, would assume this is his son, shows age 16-25, but shows female, (wife maybe, age 16-25 and also a female 0-9.]
Doesn't show any slaves, so assume the 14 total is family members, doesn't add up, who are the others?
- North Carolina Land Records: William Perriman to Jacob Cook, 3 Dec 1800, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. 5 proved by oath of William Greenway; January Sessions 1811 (Record found by Research Diane Berry, hired by Van Perryman)
- North Carolina Land Records: William Perreman (Perryman) to Jonathan Hendrickson for 200 acres, 8 Nov 1804, , Burke County, North Carolina, USA. 5 proved by oath of William Lunceford; January Sessions 1806 (Record found by Research Diane Berry, hired by Van Perryman)
- Census: Will M. Perryman, 1810, Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, USA. 6 No Slaves
Household Members under 16 - 7
Household Members over 25 - 2
Total Household Members - 11
- Land Records: Charles Thomas of Cumberland County, KY to William Perryman of Adair.., 10 Oct 1810, , Adair County, Kentucky, USA. Charles Thomas of Cumberland County, KY to William Perryman of Adair 204.3/4 acres in Adair on waters of Reynolds Creek, a branch of Russells Creek, part of a 1,000 acre survey surveyed and patented in the name of James Moody. Bounds: Corner to A. Allen; mouth of Reynolds Creek. Signed: Chs. Thomas
Witness: Fd. Gryder, Richard Graves & Henry Clayton, page 387
- Revolutionary War: Private William Perryman was militarily engaged during the War of the American Revolution, valiantly serving in the cavalry and infantry. 7 1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services, page 3 of 4 list: Willia Perryman, age 81, Russell county, Kentucky
- Court Records: Henry Oldaker, dec'd--inventory--, 26 Apr 1813, Adair County, Kentucky. 8 Notes held on the following: William Ogle, Cobbert Blair, William Stapp, William James and William Perriman.
Henry Oldaker, dec'd--inventory of the sale--dated 28 April 1813 William Perryman, Alexander Perryman and Joseph Coffey are listed among the Purchasers in the Estate of Henry Oldaker (I'm not sure if this is William the father or William the son.)
- Military: U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872, Kentucky. 9 Name: William Perryman
Rank:Priv: (of ?)
Half Yearly Allowance: 11.25
1849: March- 2; September- 4
1850: March- 2; September- 4
1851: March- 2; September- 4
1852: March- 2; September- 4
1853: March- 3; September- 3
1854: Dies Jany 1854, Paid in full 1st qt 1855
- Census: Wm Perryman, Senior, HOH, 1820, , Adair County, Kentucky, USA. 10 White Persons under 16 -5
white males 16-25 - 2 (John & George)
White females 16-25 - 2 (Sarah & Milly)
white person over 25 - 2 (William & Ann)
Household Total - 11
- Census: William Perryman, Senior, 1830, , Russell County, Kentucky, USA. 11 Free White Persons:
Males 15 thru 19: 1 [not sure who this would be]
20 thru 29: 2--John, age 29 or 30 & George, age 26
30 thru 39: 1--Richard, age 35
60 thru 69: 1 -- William, Sr.
Females 70 thru 79: 1 -- Ann
Males: Males under 10 - 1
Females 24 thru 35: 1
Household Total: 8
- Pension-Revolutionary War: Brief in the case of William Perryman, age 73: Russell County, Kentucky.
- Pension-Revolutionary War: Transcribed as best I can, 29 Oct 1832, Russell County, Kentucky. Declaration of William Perryman…….
On this 29th day of October 1832 personally appeared in open court before the Judge of the Russell Circuit Court, now sitting William Perryman(born 1759), a resident of Russell County and State of Kentucky aged 73 years, who being first being duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following statement declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress (prossed ?) June 7th 1832 that he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers and served as being stated-----He states that he entered the service in the year 1776 under Capt. Leafin he marched from Pronce? William County State of Virginia where he then lived to Coalchester and Dumfries and there assisted in guarding the said towns to prevent the British from coming in and destroying the towns and citizens. He states he got a discharge from leass & leafen and has lost it. The forgiving town was 3 months… In the year of 1780, he was drafted under Col Dudley in the County of Caswell North Carolina and served as a light horseman. Col Dudley a town of three months. The war in ????? skirmishes during the ?????. We first was at Brush Creek in North Carolina the county not recollected against Gen Farman who was Commander of the Tories.. The second skirmish was at cape fear in North Carolina the county, not recollected, against the aforesaid Gen Farman Col. Dudley defeated him. The third was against the same commander on the same river but lower down…. We again defeated Farman and ran him into the State of South Carolina and From there the army chased him into the British dominion in South A????ca, and he was never known to do any mischief afterward. He state he was born in Charles County, State of Maryland on the 14th day of Feb. 1759. He states he has a record of his age at his residence. He states that he has no documentary evidence he knows of no person now living in Kentucky whose testimony he can procure who can testify to his service.
He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or a??????ty except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state.
Sworn to and Subscribed this day and year aforesaid.
We, James Browder
Residing in the County of Russell, clergyman, and William Bradshaw, residing in the Adair County hereby certify that we are well acquainted with William Perryman who has subscribed and sworn to the above declaration, that we believe him to be 77 (looks like 77, but should have been 73) years of age; that ???? ressted??/ and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a soldier in the Revolution, and that we concur in that opinion.
Sworn to & subscribed the day & year aforesaid.
And the said court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter , and after putting the interrogatories prescribed on by the War department, that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier, and served as he states. And the Court further certifies that it appears to …(I don't have the remainder)
- Pension: William Perryman, private, Virginia militia, Age 72, $22.50, 12 Apr 1833.
- Census: William Perryman, HOH, age 81 born abt 1759, 1840, , Russell County, Kentucky, USA. 12 Free White Persons:
Males Under 5: 1
Males 30 thru 39: 1
Males 80 thru 89: 1 --William
Females: 10-14: 1 --
Persons employed in Agriculture: 2
White persons who cannot read and write: 1
- Census: Wm Perryman, male, age 90, born abt 1760 in Maryland, Farmer, 5 Sep 1850, , Russell County, Kentucky, USA. 13 District 1, Russell, Kentucky
Dwelling and Family 321 He is living with his son, George Washington Perryman's family, also William's son John. age 50, farmer born in North Carolina, is living with them.
- Timeline. 14 Feb 1759 - Charles county, Maryland (Date of Birth)
1776 - William county, Virginia (Revolutionary War)
1780 - Caswell, North Carolina (Revolutionary War)
1790 - Census- Burke County, North Carolina
1800 - Census - Burke County, North Carolina
1810 - Census -Adair County, Kentucky
1820 - Census - Adair County, Kentucky
1830 - Census - Russell County, Kentucky
1832 - Russell County, Kentucky (filed for pension)
1840 - Census - Russell County, Kentucky
1850 - Census - Russell County, Kentucky
- DAR Report. William Perryman
Service: VIRGINIA - NORTH CAROLINA Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 2-14-1759 CHARLES CO MARYLAND
Death: 1-6-1854 RUSSELL CO KENTUCKY
Pension Number: *S31300
Service Source: *S31300
Service Description: 1) CAPT COFER, COL DUDLEY
1) County: PRINCE WILLIAM CO - State: VIRGINIA
2) County: CASWELL CO - State: NORTH CAROLINA
Spouse: Nancy Stokes
[Associated children: Alexandar & Sarah)
- Biographical Sketches: William Perryman, Sr. 14 was born and educated in Maryland, and afterward one of the early pioneers of Kentucky, settling in what is now Russell County. He served as a teamster in the Continental Army during the entire struggle, and was once captured and held a prisoner of war for a time. He was also frost bitten during his service, from the effects of which he lost his hearing. He was a pensioner until his death, at the age of one hundred years, being the only centenarian in the county. He was also a life-long and devoted member of the Old School Baptist Church.
His father, also named William Perryman,(the great grandfather of the subject of the article, Richard Hardin Perryman, M.D.) was a native of England, but in early life came to America with the company brought out with Lord Baltimore. [I question this, a professional genealogist determined that John Perryman was the father of William, Sr.]
- Burial records-findagrave: William Perryman, 1759-1854, Perryman Cemetery, Russell, Kentucky, USA. 15 Information and family links submitted by E. H. Lepiarczyk on Oct 13, 2005
"William Perryman was born in Charles County, Maryland. William Perryman is the apparent son of John Perryman (before 1745-after 1766) and Mary Hays Perryman (before 1745-after 1762). William Perryman served in the Virginia militia during the War of the American Revolution."
Ann Stokes Perryman (1765 - 1829)
Sarah Perryman Grider*
Ellen Perryman Grider (1782 - 1805)*
James Perryman (1783 - ____)*
Alexander Perryman (1788 - 1872)*
Nancy Ann Perryman Abshier (1791 - 1855)*
William Waiteville Perryman (1792 - 1865)*
Richard Perryman (1795 - 1868)*
Milly Perryman Breeding (1797 - 1829)*
John Perryman (1800 - 1850)*
George Washington Perryman (1804 - 1878)*
William married Nancy "Ann" STOKES , daughter of Silvanus STOKES and Unknown, on 16 Jan 1782 in , Caswell, North Carolina, USA. (Nancy "Ann" STOKES  was born before 1762 in probably Virginia, died after 1829 in , Russell County, Kentucky, USA and was buried in Perryman Cemetery, Russell, Kentucky, USA.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
- Marriage Record - North Carolina, 1741-2004. 16 Name: Nancy Stokes
Spouse: William Perryman
Marriage Date: 16 Jan 1782
Marriage County: Caswell Marriage State: North Carolina Source Vendor: County Court Records - FHL # 0478484-0478488 Source: County Court Records at Yanceyville, NC & Family H
- Research. 17 Interesting to note was the fact that a Richard Perryman married a Mary Fleeming in Caswell County. The possibility existed that Richard and William were brothers or cousins.
Several years later, in 1812, a Richard Perryman of Halifax County, Virginia, was
referenced in a Burke County land deed.