Name: John C. McGaugh
Birth: Abt 1766 in Staunton,Augusta,Virginia
Death: MAR 1857 in Ray County,Missouri
Burial: McGaugh Cemetery,Ray county,Missouri
John MCGAUGH Sr. was born about 1766 in Staunton, Augusta, Virginia. He died in Mar 1857 in Rayville, Ray, Missouri. He was buried in McGaugh Cemetery, Ray, Missouri. John is reputed to be a veteran of the War of 1812. He moved with his family from Davidson Co., Tennessee, to Ray Co., Missouri in 1819. It is said that he laid out the city of Richmond, Missouri.
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He was commissioned as an ensign in a Davidson county regiment of the Tennessee Militia in October of 1796. (Records of Commissions of Officers, 1796-1815, part I, page 10, on Genealogy.com., Genealogical Records: Early Tennessee Settlers, 1700s-1900s.) He moved with his family from Davidson county, Tennessee, to Ray county, Missouri in 1819. He is said to have laid out the city of Richmond, Missouri. He was married for the first time to Nancy Parker (born in 1776 in Davidson county, Tennessee) on June 26, 1793, in Davidson county, Tennessee.
Children of his first marriage were:
Jane M. 'Giney' McGaugh,
Thomas H. McGaugh,
Robert H. McGaugh, and
John McGaugh, Sr., was married a second time to Jane Bartelson (Evans) on November 8, 1821, in Ray county, Missouri. (The marriage of John McGaugh to Mrs. Jane Evans on November 8, 1821, is listed in Genealogical Records: Midwest Pioneers, 1600s-1800s: Missouri Marriages Before 1840, surnames, M-N, page 144, on Genealogy.com. Children were: Nancy J. McGaugh, John A. McGaugh, and Matthew M. McGaugh. The 1830 census of Ray county, Missouri lists John McGaugh and Robert McGaugh.
An application of John McGaugh of Richmond, Ray county Missouri, for compensation for service during the Revolutionary War was rejected because his service was after the Revolution. Rejected or Suspended Applications for Revolutionary. War, Claims of Missouri Residents, 1850, page 433, under Military Records: Revolutionary War Pension Lists on Genealogy.com
John McGaugh, Abner McGaugh, and Robert McGaugh, are listed as members of Captain R. Boyd's Militia Company in Pioneers Of Davidson County, Tennessee, Members of the Davidson County Militia, 1812, page 16, on Genealogy.com.
Spouse: Nancy Parker. John MCGAUGH Sr. and Nancy Parker were married on 26 Jun 1793 in Davidson Co., Tennessee. Children were: Sina, Jane M. 'Giney', William, Elizabeth, Charlotte, Thomas H. Robert H., Evaline.
Spouse: Jane BARTLESON. John MCGAUGH Sr. and Jane BARTLESON were married on 8 Nov 1821 in Ray Co., Missouri. Children were: Nancy J., John A., Matthew M.
Father: William McGaugh b: Abt 1740 in ,Ulster Province,Ireland
Mother: Ruth Hill b: Abt 1744 in Of,,Augusta,Virginia
Nancy Parker b: 1776 in Davidson,Tennessee
26 JUN 1793
in Davidson Co,Tennessee
- Sina McGaugh b: Abt 1795 in Davidson County Tennessee
- Jean McGaugh b: 1 AUG 1796 in Davidson,Tennessee
- William McGaugh b: Abt 1802
- Elizabeth McGaugh b: 1803
- Charlotte McGaugh b: 11 MAR 1807
- Thomas H. McGaugh b: 10 JUL 1810 in Davidson Co. Tennessee
- Robert H. McGaugh b: 28 DEC 1812
- Evaline E. McGaugh b: 22 NOV 1816 in Tennessee
Jane Battleston Evans
8 NOV 1821
in Ray Co.,MO
- Nancy Jane McGaugh b: 26 NOV 1822
- John A. McGaugh b: 12 SEP 1824 in Ray Co.,MO
- Mathew W. McGaugh b: 6 JUL 1827 in Ray Co.,MO
Name: Family History Library
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Title: International Genealogical Index (R)
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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Abbrev: International Genealogical Index (R)
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