|Death: ||Feb. 23, 1829|
"original Malcom in Georgia"
Soldier during the Revolution; was in the Battle of Guilford Court House.
Husband of Sally Ganaway Malcom
Mary M. Conner
Elizabeth M. Adcock
Sally M. Adcock
Nancy M. Robertson
Anna M. Herndon
David 1776 - 1835
Ganaway 1780 - 1838
John 1782 - 1863
James 1786 - 1834
George 1791 - 1864
Son of George and Sarah Malcom. He married Nancy Sarah "Sallie" Gannaway about 1775 in Charlotte, VA. James Malcom was a Revolutionary Soldier in the VA Continental Line. He fought in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse under command of General Nathaniel Greene.
His Obituary from an early Georgia Newspaper
The Southern Recorder 1823-1844 p. 12
" In Morgan Co. on Feb. 23rd James Malcom age 77 years was a native of Virginia but had lived in Georgia 40 years. He was a Revolutionary War Soldier and fought in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Member of the Baptist Church for 25 years. Many relations or relatives. 3/14/1829 Captain Dickey's Company, Augusta."
James and Sallie's children were:
Mary A. (b. 1775; m. Henry Conner)
David (b. 1776; d. 1834)
Elizabeth (b. 1777; m. an Adcock)
Sarah (b. 1787; m. Edmond Adcock)
James (b. 1786; m. Peggy Patterson; d. 1834)
Nancy (b. 1802; m. James Robertson)
Anna (b. 1792; m. a Herndon).
WILL OF JAMES MALCOM
In the name of God amen, I James Malcom, of the state of Georgia, and the county of Morgan, being poorly in body, but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament. First of all, I commit my soul to God and my body to be buried at the discretion of my friends and as touching my estate my will and desire is that my just debts be paid.
Item First, I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Mary Conner, formerly Mary Malcom, one dollar in ready money.
Item Second, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, David Malcom, two negroes, namely Jack and Henry.
Item Third, I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter, Elizabeth Malcom, one dollar ready money.
Item Fourth, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, Ganaway Malcom, two negroes, namely Charles and Jake.
Item Fifth, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, John Malcom, two negroes, namely Peter and Sam.
Item Sixth, I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter, Sally Adcock, formerly Sally Malcom, one dollar ready money.
Item Seventh, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, James Malcom, two negroes, namely Dave and George.
Item Eighth, I give and bequeath to my beloved son, George W. Malcom, two negroes, namely Jon and Sarah.
Item Ninth, I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter Nancy Robertson, formerly Nancy Malcom, four negroes, namely Mariah, Harriet, Reuben and Israel; also two hundred dollars in money.
Item Tenth, I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter, Anna Herndon, formerly Anna Malcom one dollar ready money.
Item Eleventh, my will and desire is that my five sons to wit, David
Malcom, Ganaway Malcom, John Malcom, James Malcom, George W. Malcom have all my land estate to be equally divided between them. I do hereby constitute and appoint as my executor to this my last will and testament, David Malcom and Ganaway Malcom.
Item Twelfth, My will and desire is that my executors, above mentioned do carry this my last will and testament into effect given under my hand and seal the twelfth day of November 1828.
James Cock Wiley Bucks Lorenzo D. Streight
Nancy Sally Gannaway Malcom (1761 - 1828)*
Mary Ann Malcom Conner (1774 - 1850)*
Gannaway Malcom (1779 - 1838)*
John Malcom (1783 - 1862)*
George Washington Malcom (1791 - 1864)*
Anna Malcom Herndon (1802 - 1868)*
Maintained by: D. East
Originally Created by: PC
Record added: Aug 24, 2007
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As we celebrate 240 years of Independence, your military service is noted with honor and respect.|
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My 6th Great Grandpa.|
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