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Mary Elizabeth Sively[1, 2, 3]

Female Abt 1757 - Yes, date unknown

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  • Name Mary Elizabeth Sively 
    Born Abt 1757  Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I8865  My Reynolds Line | Descendants of William Walters
    Last Modified 24 Oct 2018 

    Family Thomas to Alabama Walters, Jr.,   b. Feb 1757, Henrico Co., Colonial Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Feb 1837, Huntsville, Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 80 years) 
    • Children of Thomas Walters, Jr. and Mary E. Sibley are:
      John Walters
      Lemuel Walters
      William Walters
     1. John Walters,   b. 5 Apr 1838, Jefferson Co., Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Aug 1926  (Age 88 years)
    Last Modified 12 Feb 2017 
    Family ID F5923  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Thomas Walters was born in 1757 in England.He fought in the Rev. War from Pittsylvania County, Va.He moved to Tenn. (Jefferson County). His wife was 14 yrs. old at the time he married her.He spent his last yrs. in Huntsville, Al.Thomas fought at Yorktown and other battles under George Washington and was paid 52 lbs., seven shillings and ten pence which was made to his account May 11, 1784. Adjunt Attorney General-Washington D.C.
      He married Mary Sively. She was born in Germany.
      He served as a soldier in the Rev. War fought at Yorktown and other battles under George Washington and a payment of 52 lbs., seven shillings & ten pence for his services. Account of services adjutant General-Washington, D.C.
      The D A R Chapter in Lewiston, Ill. is named after Thomas Walters a Rev. War Veteran and father of William Walters.
      He is listed in the DAR Patriot Index.
      Children of Thomas Walters [and presumably Mary Sively] are:
      +William Walters, b. April 15, 1787, Jefferson County, TN, d. September 16, 1877, Fulton County, Farmers Township-close to Lewiston, Ill.1700.
      Sarah Walters, b. December 17901700, d. date unknown.
      George Walters, b. March 09, 17951700, d. date unknown.
      Daniel Walters, b. January 01, 1801, Alabama1700, d. date unknown.
      Thomas J. Walters, b. October 05, 18051700, d. UNK.
      John Walters, b. April 05, 1808, Alabama1700, d. August 14, 1926.

  • Sources 
    1. [S40] Will,
      Will of Thomas Walters Sr.
      Will: Will of Thomas Walters
      D&W 10, Page 366-368 Pittsylvania County, Virginia
      Will: To my beloved wife Lucy Walters the land and plantation whereon I now live and negroes: Hector, Sam, Bett and Fillis, and half the furniture and stock except that which will hereinafter be given during her natural life or widowhood.
      Will: To my son Clement Walters negro Cate. To my son William Walters the land and plantation that joins Charles Cooley, and negro Anthony. To my son Abraham Walters negro Daniel, horse, saddle and after the decease of my wife the land and plantation where I now live. To my grandson, John Walters, son and heir of my son Thomas Walters, deceased, 200 acres and the plantation that joins McMurrey,it being the land where the said Thomas, dec'd, formerly lived and a horse. Also the bond that is against me for his fathers effects. To my daughter Margaret Walters a negro Pat, also a horse and saddle and one third part of the pewter, a bed, furniture, cow and calf, and a ten pound note on Walter Gooding.
      Will: After the decease of my wife all my personal estate remaining to be divided between my children: John, Robert, Archer, Obediah, William, Abraham, Wilmoth Scott, Agatha Matthis, Lucy Walker and Margaret Walters.
      Will: Appoint my sons John and Robert Walters executors. Signed 25th day of August 1795.
      Will: Thomas (X) Walters
      Wit: George Dodson, Jackson Walters, John Mading
      Will: Codicil:
      It appears that negro Daniel, bequested to my son Abraham Walters is at the point of death, should this happen, Abraham isto have the first child of either Betty or Fillis. 18 Feb. 1796

    2. [S84] Rootsweb,
      Thomas Jr Walters b: Feb 1757 in Halifax Co., Va.
      Mary Elizabeth Sivley
      John Walters
      Lemuel Walters
      William Walters

    3. [S122] Genealogy. com,