|Birth: ||Mar. 3, 1755|
|Death: ||Feb. 14, 1824|
Thomas Conaway was a Revolutionary War Soldier. Thomas served as private in John McGuire's company, and as a lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Bells's company of the Regiment of Continental troops comanded by Col. Grayson.
He later transferred to a Regiment commanded by Col. Nathanial Gist. Thomas died in Harrison County, Virginia and is buried at Willey Cemetery, Chatham Hill, Farmington WV.
He married Sarah Dew on 9 Jan 1783. Sarah was born in Hampshire County, Virginia to Samuel and Elizabeth Dew.
Sarah Conaway is reported to be buried by his side.
A marker was erected on Thomas Conaway's grave by the Morgan Morgan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1937.
Elizabeth Estlack Mullett a 4th great granddaughter of Thomas Conaway applied for a Bronze Military Marker and with the assistance of her daughter, son-in-law, and grandson erected it on 10 Feb 2013.
Note: Military records show Thomas Conaway as "Thomas Conway."
Sarah Dew Conaway (1764 - 1838)
Jeremiah Conaway (1785 - 1864)*
Samuel Conaway (1786 - 1845)*
Eli Conaway (1797 - 1851)*
Andrew Dew Conaway (1799 - 1861)*
Charles Harvey Conaway (1808 - 1895)*
Aged 69 years.
West Virginia, USA
Maintained by: MDG
Originally Created by: M Gilbertson
Record added: Mar 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86344668
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I also want to thank Elizabeth Estlack Mullett and her family for erecting the military marker, re-setting the original headstone and erecting the sign for the cemetery. I also thank her for the photos and for her wonderful research of the Conaway Family.|
Added: Mar. 12, 2013
Thank you very very much to Elizabeth Estlack Mullett for the picture of his stone and for getting and placing it. Very much appreciated.Sylvia Sine Whittaker 6th great grand daughter|
Sylvia Sine Whittaker
Added: Mar. 6, 2013