James Gaines, I
|Birthplace:||King and Queen Co, VA|
|Death:||Died in Culpeper Co, VA|
|Place of Burial:||Gaines Family Farm, Madison Co, VA|
Son of Richard M Gaines, I; Richard Gaines; Catherine Madison Gaines and Catherine Gaines
|Occupation:||Officer in Revolutionay War, Farmer|
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About James Gaines, I
James was a Private in the Revolutionary War. His will was dated May 24, 1781, and probated in Culpepper County, Virginia, on March 20, 1786, Book C, Page 229. -------------------- James Gaines Will
In the name of God Amen, I James Gaines of the County of Culpeper, living in perfect memory, Praise God and knowing the understanding of this life do make and ordain this my last will and testament.
Principally, I bequeath my soul unto the hands of its Divine authority. Trusting through the merits and intercession of Jesus my saviour to receive pardon of them from all of my sins. My body commanded to the death to be decently interred and as to what worldly goods It hath
pleased God to bless me with, I dispose of in the following manner.
ITEM. I send to my beloved wife, Mary Gaines all of my estate, both real and personal, during her life and after her decease, my will and desire is that my whole estate both real and personal be sold at eighteen months credit except one negro girl named Fortune and one featherbed, which I do give and bequeath to my youngest daughter, Isabella Gaines, and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided between all my children; Harry, James, Richard, Edmund, Joseph, Francis, Thomas Gaines, Mary Herndon, Sarah Broaddus, Isabella Gaines, and the children of my daughter Catherine Broaddus and the children of my son William Gaines, enjoy only the part belonging to their parents, but if either my children or grandchildren should die without a bodily heir, my wish is that their portents of my estate should be equally divided amongst all the rest.
ITEM. I do appoint my sons Henry Gaines and Richard Gaines and Edward Watkins executors to this my last will and testament, revoking all other wills heretofore made, in witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this twenty-fourth day of May, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-one.
signed, sealed and his acknowledged in presence JAMES X GAINES of us mark
THOMAS GARNETT JAMES GARNETT JOHN GARNETT At a court held for Culpeper County, March 20th, 1786, this last will and testament of James Gaines
Dec'd was exhibited to the Court by Richard Gaines, one of the executors therein named and was proved by the oaths fo John Garnett and James Garnett, two of the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said executor Certificate is granted him for attained a ROBAL(sic) share of in due from he having made cash thereto and given bond and security according to law.
Liberty being reserved for the other executors to join in the ROBAL (sic) when they may see fit.
teste. John Jamison St Clair
James Gaines, account of sale
An account of the sales of the estate of James Gaines, serv, Dec'd. made by his executor the 30th of April, Eighteen Hundred and Three.
To William Dade, 177 acres of_____ land more or less & 91
230 _ _
acres of land, the lease being at the request of the purchaser
To Edmund Gaines- Dinah and Pender
To Reuben Gaines --1 negro man Will
To Allen Masie - 1 bed and furniture
To George Clayton-- 1 bed and furniture 14_ _
To Richard Gaines-1 Walnut Table 100_ _ _
1 Walnut Desk 3.13_ _ _
5 chairs 10_ _ _ _
1 old grey mare 400 _ _ _
The above is a true a/c of sales made by me as the Executor of James Gaines Estate on the 30th of April 1803, in a credit until the 1st day of November 1804.
Richard Gaines, Executor
At a court held for Culpeper County the 16th Day of October 1804, this account of sales of the Estate of James Gaines, se
-------------------- Fought in the Revolutionary War
From Wikipedia: His father, James, had been captain of a company in the American forces during the Revolutionary War, and after the war his family moved to North Carolina where his father became a state representative.
Patriot: Furnished supplies; Private, Virginia colonial Militia. ("Virginia Colonial Militia", Crozier Series, Vol. 2, p 27; "Daring
Served as a private during the Revolutionary War in Captain Josiah Parker's Regiment in Virginia.
Error: "Colonial Families of the U.S." reported Isabella married William Henry Gaines.
OTHER source "Some Prominent Virginia Families" reports she married James Gaines ... and that her sister Mary married William. Genealogy of Pendleton Family in Edmund Pendleton's Bible, now owned by Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. Isabella daughter of Henry was married to William Gaines by whom she had many children and died long ago. I believe there are descendants of her to the 5th generation: they are numerous and he is still living. died about 1790.
"James Gaines, said to have been a brother of Henry, m. Mary Pendleton, sister of Isabella Pendleton, above. In Book "C," p. 239, Culpeper Co. records, is the will of James Gaines, dated May 24, I781, prob. March 20, I786, in which he names wife Mary and children. The will of Mary Gaines, dated March 7,1803, prob. March 24, 1803, is recorded in Will Book "I," P. 392, of the Madison Co. records (formed in 1792 from Culpeper). She names "my surviving children, seven in number," corresponding exactly with those named in the will of James, some having died between the dates of the two wills. In 1801 Judge Edmund Pendleton prepared an account of his family, in which he mentioned his sister Mary Gaines as then alive, aged 84. From these facts it appears clear that James Gaines was the husband of Mary Pendleton, etc. Children: i. Isabella Gaines; ii. Henry; iii. Jane; iv. Richard Edmund; v. Joseph; vi. Francis Thomas; vii. Mary, m. -------- Herndon; viii. Sarah, m. ---------- Broadus; ix. Catharine, m. -------- Broadus; x. James; xi. William (Owen, William Strother of VA, 1898, p. 21fn)."
Birth: 1710 King and Queen County Virginia, USA Death: 1786 Culpeper County Virginia, USA
Husband of Mary Pendleton, daughter of Henry Pendleton 1683-1721, and Mary Taylor 1688-1770, of King & Queen County Virginia. James and Mary were parents of twelve children.
Parents: Richard Gaines (1686 - 1755) Spouse: Mary Pendleton Gaines (1717 - 1803)*
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Burial: Gaines Family Farm Madison County Virginia, USA
Created by: Karen Mickel Bennett Record added: Oct 15, 2004 Find A Grave Memorial# 9605858 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=9605858
Pvt James Gaines I's Timeline
January 18, 1710
King and Queen Co, VA
Culpeper Co, VA
King and Queen Co, Virginia
Orange, Virginia, United States
May 10, 1742
Orange, Virginia, United States