William Waller Calmes, Colonial

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William Waller Calmes, Colonial

Also Known As: "de Calmes"
Birthplace: Clark, Kentucky, USA
Death: Died in Berryville, Stafford Co., VA
Immediate Family:

Son of Maj. Marquis Calmes, II (French & Indian war 1755) and Winifred de Calmes
Husband of Lucy Helm Calmes
Father of Marquis IV de Calmes, General; George Gibbs de Calmes, Col; Miriam Benson Catlett; William W Calmes, II; Isabella Eliche Benson and 4 others
Brother of Marquis Fielding de Calmes, III; Isabella Richardson; Elizabeth Helm and Ann Helm

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About William Waller Calmes, Colonial

Served as a Colonel in the Militia during the French and Indian War. He purchased 1110 acres on Bull Run Creek in Frederick Co on March 24, 1760 in VA. The survey was made by Colonel George Washington. Their home was called “Peace and Plenty” and was near the Shenandoah River.


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William Waller Calmes, Colonial's Timeline

January 18, 1727
Clark, Kentucky, USA
February 26, 1755
Age 28
Frederick County, Virginia, United States
May 15, 1757
Age 30
Frederick County, Virginia
December 12, 1758
Age 31
May 15, 1761
Age 34
May 15, 1761
Age 34
January 30, 1766
Age 39
December 24, 1767
Age 40
Kentucky, USA
April 5, 1772
Age 45
Frederick, Clark, VA
September 19, 1773
Age 46
Berryville, Stafford Co., VA