Sunday, June 30, 2013

Peter Polly & Rebecca Holmes (6G Grandparents)

Peter Birth 1745, Pittsylvania, Virginia Death last of October1817, Shelby, Kentucky --- Rebecca Birth 1755 Lincoln County, Kentucky Death 1815, Shelby, Kentucky, USA --- They reportedly married in Indiana ---- http://www.geni.com/people/Peter-Polly/6000000002542107511 ---- 1770: Peter Polly is on tithable list with Edward Polly in 1770. (Pittsylvania Co. Tithes, List 19, p.39, List 23, P.50, List 146, P.266). ---- http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/j/a/r/Mike-Jarrell/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0355.html View Tree for Peter PollyPeter Polly (b. 1745, d. 1817) Peter Polly (son of Edward Polly and Mary) was born 1745 in Pittsylvania Co., VA, and died 1817 in Shelby Co., KY. Includes NotesNotes for Peter Polly: Revolutionary Soldier -Capt. Cloyds Contd. Sept. 12, 1777 from Montgomery Co. Rev. -Heritage, P.215&216. Virginia Military Records of Virginia magazine ofHistory. Payroll of Gabriel Madison's Co. of Militia and apt. ThomasMoore's Co. of Militia Rev. 1775-1783. Capt. Thomas Moore's Co. ofMiilitia 1782 under command of Gen. George Roger Clark. the ancestorwho assisted in establishing the Americn Independence while acting inthe capacity of serving in the Virginia Militia as a Private. Ill.Papers-69-574 Payroll for Cpt. Gabriel Madison's Co. of Militia andPayroll for Capt. Thomas Moore's Co. of Militia Virginia Mag. ofHistory and Biography Vol.64 July 1938-P.340-341. Bales, Hattie Muncy,"Early Records of Lee, Co., Va. and adjacent counties, media, inc.Greensboro, N.C. 1977 Vol. 1 p.373. Original papers of Stephen Triggone of the first landowners of Montgomery Co. Listing the 90revolutionary soldiers sworn to the service by him between Sept. 5,1777 and April 1778.-"Revolutionary War Records of Fincastle &Montgomery Counties 1777-1778. Peter, James and Drury were in theIllinois Milicia under George Rogers Clark. They may have beenbrothers since they were the only three Polley's who were in theIllinois Militia Bought land in Shelby co, Ky. 11-13-1819 from Adam Shephers 160 1/4acres. By K.P.220-221-222 Paid $100 Pd. $100. Land the said Polleynow lives on (the same land he was on in the first census or tax listof Shelby Co, Ky. Sold 1081 or 2, Jan, 15, 1815 to james VetchBk.P>115-116 for $100. Land the said Polley now lives on. 50 Acres toBenjamin Henry for 40 lbs. Bk.M p.109-110 Dec. Court 1818 appraisalBill in court. Sale 2/14/1818.dar #632123, 587535, sar #137058, dar729012. Revolutionary Soldier - Capt. Cloyds Contd. Sept. 12, 1777from Montgomery Co. Rev. - Heritage, P.215&216. Virginia MilitaryRecords of Virginia magazine of History. Payroll of Gabriel Madison'sCo. of Militia and apt. Thomas Moore's Co. of Militia Rev. 1775-1783.Capt. Thomas Moore's Co. of Miilitia 1782 under command of Gen. GeorgeRoger Clark. the ancestor who assisted in establishing the AmericnIndependence while acting in the capacity of serving in the VirginiaMilitia as a Private. Ill. Papers-69-574 Payroll for Cpt. GabrielMadison's Co. of Militia and Payroll for Capt. Thomas Moore's Co. ofMilitia Virginia Mag. of History and Biography Vol.64 July1938-P.340-341. Bales, Hattie Muncy, "Early Records of Lee, Co., Va.and adjacent counties, media, inc. Greensboro, N.C. 1977 Vol. 1 p.373.Original papers of Stephen Trigg one of the first landowners ofMontgomery Co. Listing the 90 revolutionary soldiers sworn to theservice by him between Sept. 5, 1777 and April 1778.-"RevolutionaryWar Records of Fincastle & Montgomery Counties 1777-1778. Peter, Jamesand Drury were in the Illinois Milicia under George Rogers Clark. Theymay have been brothers since they were the only three Polley's whowere in the Illinois Militia Bought land in Shelby co, Ky. 11-13-1819 from Adam Shephers 160 1/4acres. By K.P.220-221-222 Paid $100 Pd. $100. Land the said Polleynow lives on (the same land he was on in the first census or tax listof Shelby Co, Ky. Sold 1081 or 2, Jan, 15, 1815 to james VetchBk.P>115-116 for $100. Land the said Polley now lives on. 50 Acres toBenjamin Henry for 40 lbs. Bk.M p.109-110 Dec. Court 1818 appraisalBill in court. Sale 2/14/1818. Birth: 1745 in VIRGINIA, Pittsylvania County Death: 1817 in KENTUCKY, Shelby County Father: Edward POLLEY b: BET 1700 AND 1713 in VIRGINIA, Surry County (Pittsylvania) Mother: Mary UNKNOWN Marriage 1 Rebecca POLLEY b: 1755 in KENTUCKY, Lincoln County Married: 1781 in KENTUCKY, Montgomery County Note: Rebecca married Peter in 1781and three of the sons, John, Jesse andPeter, Nancy, Margaret and possibly Elizabeth, were born prior tothat marriage. It is supposed that these three sons were not Rebecca'schildren and that Peter Sr. may have been married prior to hismarriage to Rebecca. Found in Reel 50, marriages 1781-1830, we find Peter Polly and(illegible). Seen in Early Adventurers on The Western Waters Vol. IIby mary B. Kegley Film from Genealogical Dept. Church of Jesus Christof Latter Day Saints Fiche #8171. Children John POLLEY b: 28 SEP 1775 in VIRGINIA Jesse POLLEY b: ABT 1771 in VIRGINIA Peter POLLEY b: 3 MAR 1780 in KENTUCKY, Bowman Station Nancy POLLEY b: ABT 1782 in KENTUCKY, Mercer County Margaret POLLEY b: 30 JUN 1783 in VIRGINIA, Fayette or Lincoln County Elizabeth POLLEY b: ABT 1786 Lovenia POLLEY b: ABT 1788 in VIRGINIA, Fayette County Ann POLLEY b: ABT 1795 in KENTUCKY, Shelby County Selah POLLEY b: ABT 1788 in KENTUCKY, Shelby County Sanford POLLEY b: ABT 1792 in KENTUCKY, Shelby County ---- http://www.angelfire.com/wv2/AlfordGenealogy/P.pdf

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