|Father*||Peter HAIRSTON1 b. a 1695|
|Mother*||Agnes "Irish Lady of Rank" (surname unknown)|
|(daughter) HAIRSTON was the daughter of Peter HAIRSTON and Agnes "Irish Lady of Rank" (surname unknown).1|
|America*||With family from Ireland.|
|Virginia*||Sometime around 1739, this daughter and family moved from Pennsylvania along the Great Wagon Road thru Wood's Gap (now Jarmin Gap) into Goochland County, Virginia.|
|Marriage*||(daughter) HAIRSTON married (surname unknown) PHILLIPS before 1782.1|
|NOTE*||Samuel Hairston's will of 1782 he mentions a nephew named Samuel Phillips and a niece named Jane Phillips. It is assumed Samuel never married, so he did not have nieces and nephews by a wife. Therefore, Jane and Samuel would have been children of his sister who married a Mr. Phillips. Why did Andrew and Robert not name Jane and Samuel in their wills? Andrew's will was written in 1771, possibly before Jane and Samuel were born. But he still did not mention a sister. Robert's will of 1790 did not mention a sister, niece or nephew.|
While trying to locate more information regarding this Hairston daughter I found a possible lead. On the 28 Feb 1769, Bedford County, Virginia - Samuel Hairston, Robert Hairston, Hugh Hairston and Richard Phillips witnessed a deed between Thomas Morris and Robert Harper for 270 acres on branches of Beaver Creek. (page 250 Bedford County Deed Book C-3).2,1,3,4
|(surname unknown) PHILLIPS|
Descendant Chart Box
- [S101] Will of Samuel Hairston - 1782, Campbell County Will Book #1, page 6 and Will Book #6, page 141, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
- [S3108] Chilton, Ann. Bedford County, Virginia Deed Book C-3, Signal Mountain, TN (P.O. Box 400, Signal Mountain 37377: Mountain Press, 1992. Print., Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
- [S121] Will of Robert Hairston 26 May 1790, Franklin County, Virginia Will Book #1, page 70-71. Inventory & Appraisel record Feb 1793. Will Book No. 1, pages 85-87, 1786-1812 (Reel 18). Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
- [S122] Will Andrew Hairston dated 8 Aug 1777, was proved in Campbell County Will Book #1, page 4-6, 6 June 1782. Inventory & Apprasiel recorded 6 Mar. 1783, Will Book 1, pages 23-24 (Reel 19), Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
|Last Edited||11 May 2019|