Name: Henry Pendleton
Given Name: Henry
Birth: 1724 in , Spotsylvania , Virginia
Change Date: 14 Nov 2015 at 06:02
Henry Pendleton, whom we place is a son of born 1724 and died in 1818. He was living in Spotsylvania Co as early as 1741. On Dec 6,1743 as Henry Pendleton Gent. He was commissioned as Lieutenant of Foot under Captain Edmund Waller his brother-in-law. His “history of the Rise and Progress of the Baptists in Virginia” says that Henry Pendleton SR “father of the preacher, was himself a preacher in the another sense. He preaches by a godly and pious conversation. He is now (1810) a venerable old man of about four score years of age” per Henry Pendleton JR. About 1791 he was ordained to the care of the Mine Run Church, nine miles west of Spotsylvania Court House. Henry Pendleton JR. was the first preach of this church. In the 1810, his brother Philip Pendleton was the pastor, Henry SR married about 1743 Martha Curtis, daughter of Rice Curtis.
Henry Pendleton (1724-1818)
He was commissioned as Lieutenant of Foot under Captain Edmund Waller, Dec. 6, 1743
He was granted a certificate for supplies furnished for the use of the Continental Army.
He was the son of Philip and Elizabeth (Pollard) Pendleton and grandson of Philip and Isabella (Hurt) Pendleton
A correction has been made by David E. Pendleton, gggg-grandson of Henry Pendleton. Henry Pendleton (1724-1818) is the son of John and Mary (Tinsley) Pendleton and grandson of Philip and Isabella (Hurt) Pendleton
Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 DEEDS
DEED BOOK D 1742-1751
May 1, 1750. Henry Pendleton of King William Co. and Martha, his wife, to James Dyer of Caroline Co. £27 curr. 70 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. (joining lands of Zachary Lewis, Daniel Prewitt, John Shirley and Nicholas Horn), and part of tract purchased by sd. Pendleton of George Woodroof, and known as Woodroofs Ordinary, etc. No witnesses. May 1, 1750.
DEED BOOK E 1751-1761 page 200 Augt. 5, 1755. Henry Pendleton of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Martha, his wife, to John Davenport of St. Martin's Par., Hanover Co. £18 curr. 230 a., part of a pat. granted Wm. Smith, Gent., Decd., in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and just below the ordinary belonging to the sd. John Davenport, on Pamunkey Roling Road., sd. land purchased by sd. Pendleton of George Woodroof and Jane, his wife, as by deeds, Feby. 5, 1744. No witnesses. Augt. 5, 1755.
and DEED BOOK E 1751-1761
May 3, 1757. Henry Pendleton of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., and Martha, his wife, to Elizabeth Curtis, Frances Curtis and Jean Curtis of Par. and co. afsd. £30 curr. 150 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., part of a tract belonging to Rice Curtis, and formerly acknowledged in Spts. Co. by sd. Curtis to sd. Pendleton, etc. No witnesses. May 3, 1757.
DEED BOOK J 1774-1782
[p.323]Octr. 14, 1774. Henry Pendleton and Martha, his wife, of Spts. Co.; Rice Curtis and Frances, his wife of same Co. to Oliver Towles of same Co., Attorney-at-Law. Whereas, by a decree of the County Court of Spts. June 22, 1771, it was ordered that Nathaniel Price and Jane, his wife, convey all their right, title, etc., in 150 a in Spts. Co. to the sd. Henry Pendleton, and whereas, the sd. Pendleton, before such conveyance was obtained, did by his deed, July 3, 1771, convey his right, title, etc., in the sd. land to the sd. Rice Curtis, and whereas, on Augt. 20, 1772, the sd. Henry Pendleton did obtain conveyance of the sd. land from the sd. Jane Price, the sd. Nathaniel being then dead; and the sd. Rice Curtis being seized, etc., of 58 a. in the sd. Co., adjoining the sd. 150 a. and both tracts contiguous to the lands of Larkin Smith, an infant, the sd. Curtis having agreed with the sd. Oliver Towles, guardian to the sd. Larkin Smith, for the sale of the sd. two tracts of land for the sum of £94 curr. The land is conveyed the sd. Towles, as guardian of the sd. Smith, etc. Witnesses, Thos. Towles, Stockley Towles, Jos. Hewell. Novr. 17, 1775.
DEED BOOK J 1774-1782 page 383 Oct. 28, 1784. Henry Pendleton, Senr., and Matthey [Martha], his wife, and Rice Vass and Peggy, his wife, of Spots. Co. to Leonard Young of same co. £60 curr. to Pendleton and wf., and 5s. to Vass and wf. 110 a. in Spots Co. [100 a. thereof purchased of Jno. Ballard and Ann, his wife, and 10 a. purchased of Rice Vass and Peggy, his wife, but had no conveyance therefor], etc., etc. Geo. Stubblefield, Harry Stubblefield, Jno. Chew, jr.; Jno. Wiglesworth, jr. Novr. 2, 1784
Father: Philip Pendleton b: 1695 in , , Virginia
Mother: Elizabeth Pollard b: 1700 in , King & Queen , Virginia
Martha Curtis b: 15 Nov 1729 in King And Queen , Virginia
in , , Virginia
Henry b. 1723 Essex Co., VA m Martha Curtis - David Ellis Pendleton [davidel AT roadrunner.com]
Rice b. 1765 Spotsylvania Co., VA m Elizabeth Quisenberry
Thrashley b. 1815 Clark Co., KY m Artemicia McLain
Tilford b. 1855 Bath Co., KY m Lou Ellen Gross
John Wesley b. 1885 Bath Co., KY m Willa Dell Carr P-6
Thacker b. 1791 Clark Co., KY m Polly Roundtree
Rice b. 1828 Clark Co., KY m Eliza Jane Crouch
John Rice b. 1858 Clark Co., KY m Eliza A. Cogswell
Ace Thomas b. 1891 Clark Co., KY m. Bessie D. Wilder PS-3
- Change Date:
14 Nov 2015
- Henry Pendleton b: 30 Sep 1748 in Spotsylvania , Virginia
- Frances Pendleton
- John Pendleton
- Philip Pendleton
- Curtis Pendleton
- Rice Pendleton b: 1760 in , Bath, Kentucky
- Martha Pendleton
- Robert Pendleton b: 29 Apr 1771 in Spotsylvania , Virginia
- Elizabeth Pendleton b: 1862 in Spotsylvania , Virginia