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John [Reynolds] Williamson[1, 2]

Male 1746 - Yes, date unknown

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  • Name John [Reynolds] Williamson 
    Born 1746  Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I22632  My Reynolds Line
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2020 

    Father John Williamson,   b. Est 1714,   d. Bef 24 Nov 1752, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania Colony Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 38 years) 
    Mother Mary Reynolds,   b. Est 1714, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Colony Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Family ID F8476  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S18] Family Search, LDS,
      Mary Magaw KCGM-ST5
      Birth Abt 1738 of Hopewell Twp. Cumberland, PA
      Death November 1757 Shippensburg, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania Colony
      Husband: John Reynolds (1704-1756) Marriage 1729 West Nottingham, Pennsylvania
      James Reynolds MD6B-R6J 1736-Deceased
      John Reynolds 99NL-Z43 (1749-1789)

    2. [S40] Will.
      Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Colony
      October 31, 1752 24 November 1752.
      Wife, Sarah, only son John. Daus., Mary and Elizabeth.
      Exs: wife Sarah, John Reynolds senr., and John Reynolds Junr.
      Wit: John Boyd, Wm. Carr, Jas. Carr. A. 16.

      WILLIAMSON, JOHN, cloathier.
      May 21, 1757 20 July 1757.
      Wife Mary, Negro slave, Cesar.
      Sons, Hugh and John, plantation of the estate of executors of George
      Reynolds, in Lurgan Township.
      Other two sons, David and Samuel, plantation purchased of Col.
      John Armstrong on Cannadoguin Creek, near to John Mitchells.
      Daus. Rachel, Marget, and Mary.
      Thomas Willson, Esq., and David Magaw of Shippensburg, guardians over
      infant children.
      Exs: wife Mary and son Hugh Williamson.
      Wit: Isaac Miller, Fras. Campble. A. 43

      REYNOLDS, MARY, Shippensburg, widow.
      February 17, 1757 8 November 1757.
      Dau. Mary Reynolds.
      Son Samuel.
      Jean Reynolds, Willm. Reynolds, dau. Agness Reynolds, dau. Mary
      Reynolds. Sons Robert and James Reynolds.
      Son David Reynolds.
      Exs: son Robert Reynolds, son Samuel Perry and bro. David Magaw.
      Wit: Fras. Campble, Wm. Lowry, Jas. Dunlap. A. 46-8.

      REYNOLDS, ROBERT, Shippensburgh.
      July 8, 1760 4 November 1760.
      Wife Jean.
      Son Robert.
      Dau. Mary Reynolds.
      Bros. William Reynolds and James Reynolds.
      Exs: wife, Jean Reynolds and bro.-in-law Saml. Perry.
      Wit: Jas. McCall, Andw. Boyd, David Magaw. A. 69.

      REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, Hopewell.
      February 26, 1769 3 March 1769
      Children, Mary, Agness and Margaret Reynolds, all minors.
      An unborn child.
      Bro. James Reynolds.
      Exs: Francis Campbell and Benjamin Blyth.
      Wit: John Stevenson, James Reynolds, Jno. Colhoon. B. 9-11.

      MAGAW, DAVID, Shippensburg.
      January 23, 1770 5 April 1770.
      Nephew Dr. William Magaw.
      Sister's son, James Reynolds and his children.
      Niece Sarah Magaw.
      Bro. Robert Magaw.
      Dau, Jean, now in Strabane, Ireland.
      Bro. William Magaw's widow, Elizabeth Magaw.
      Bro.'s son, Robert Magaw.
      Revd. Samuel Magaw.
      Bro. Robert and his wife, Mary Magaw.
      Exs: Saml. Perry, Esq., and Robert Magaw of Carlisle.
      Wit: Benjn. Blyth, Jno. Reynolds, Jno. Stevenson. B. 37-38.

      BROWN, THOMAS, Shippensburg.
      June 9, 1774 22 June 1774.
      Wife Jemima.
      To William Bedford.
      To James Reynolds, Jr.
      Ex.: James Reynolds, senior.
      Wit: Jno. Alexander, Jane Bedford. B. 171.