Bathsheba was born between 1745 and 1750 (best info 1746) either in Edgecombe County or near Anson County, North Carolina. She married William Gulledge between 1770 and 1772 in Anson County. I strongly believe that she was a daughter of Trader John Watts who married Gi-Yo-Sti-Ko-Yo-He of the Bird Clan. They were the parents of John Watts, Jr. otherwise known as Young Tassel. Evidence of this is the will of Malachi Watts (son of Trader John Watts) who died in Anson County, N.C. in 1804 and had William Gulledge as a witness to the will. Could Malachi Watts have been a brother to Bathsheba Watts Gulledge? Also William Gulledge and Bathsheba Watts had a son named Stephen Malachi Gulledge which is a clue.
Father: John WATTS b: Abt 1725 in Bowling Green, Carolyn Co., Virginia
Mother: Gi-Yo-Sti-Ko-Yo-He BIRD CLAN b: Abt 1736 in Cherokee Nation, North Carolina
Marriage 1 William GULLEDGE (GULLAGE) b: Abt 1740 in Isle Of Wight County, Virginia
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