Hicks Genealogy

Hicks in Early Botetourt County, VA


This is a list of men in the militia in the James River communities in Botetourt County, c. 1770-1783:

Captain Taylor's Company
Craig's Creek


Thomas Abbott
John Almond
Richard Bennett
Ishman Burks
John Caldwell
Robert Calvert
William Calvert
John Collins
Samuel Compton
Machia Damewood
William Davis
Ludwick Francisco
James Gray
John Henry
Nathaniel Hicks
Stephen Holston, Jr.
Jacob Huffman
John Huffman
Benjamin Kelly
Thomas Lackey
Jasper Long
John McCullom
John McGriff
James McMahon
Hugh Means
William Merchand
Thomas Price
Jasper Server
John Server
Lewis Simmons
John Smith
Martin Spencer
Richard Summerfield
James Taylor
John Taylor
Michael Teammy
Jacob Trout
Henry Walker
William Walker, Sr.
William Walker Jr.
John Welch
James Wilson
John Wilson
Jasper Woods


Capt. Looney's Company

Samuel Adams
Joseph Adkins
Thomas Akin
John Brickey
Gerard Brickey
William Campbell
William Commack
William Crawford
Walter Gray
Daniel Gibbons
William Guthrey
James Galloway
Thomas Hawkins
Giles Hawkins
James Herbison
Robert Hutcheson
Thomas Hackett
Martin Harless
John Hawkins
Sturdy Jones
Thomas Kirk
John Lancaster
Absalom Looney
Absalom Looney, Jr.
Joseph Looney
John Looney
William McClenachan
Walter McDonald
Berry Medlock
John Medlock
Barton Middleton
Jacob Middleton
John Middleton
Thomas Middleton
Thomas Middleton, Jr.
Walter Middleton
Michael O' Hair
Moses Preston
Bartholemew Ramsey
Richard Ramsey
Uriah Rector
James Reynolds
John Reynolds
Henry Sharp
John Smallwood
William Thompson
Tobias Tilman
Richard Vest
Augustine Webb
John Webb
James Weirs
Thomas Williams
Charles Yelton
John Withers
Dawson Wade
Leonard Shoemaker
Alexander Simpson
Charles Stewart
George Stull
Jonathan Taylor
Richard Taylor
John Watkins


Land Transactions

In the Town of Fincastle, Botetourt County, VA: 1779, Henry HICKS, Lot 27, from Adam Peck and Elizabeth.


Grantor: Henry HICKS & Katherine, his wife. Grantee: Alexr. Stewart
Lot and land in town of Botetourt whereon Francis Guthery now lives near the Spring. June 13, 1780 [Source: Annals of Southwest Virginia, pg. 566]


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