|Birth: ||Nov. 9, 1735|
|Death: ||Apr. 19, 1801|
Son of Charles Coppage of Virginia (circa 1687-1750) and Lucy Sarah Lunsford (circa 1718- 1748). Husband of Mary Jane Catlett (1738- 1812). They were married 26 July 1764 in Fauguier, Virginia. They were parents of Travis Coppage/ Coppedge and at least 12 other children. Moses Aaron Coppedge (Coppage) was a footsoldier in the French-Indian War from Prince William County, Virginia. He was also a soldier in the Revolutionary War, Virginia Colonial Militia. He first came to Kentucky in a party led by Daniel Boone when daughter Margaret 'Peggy' was abt 7 years old", circa 1777- 1780. SOURCE: Coppage-Coppedge Chronicle 1542-1975 pg 261.
Washington County, KY became part of Marion County circa 1834. Moses Aaron Coppedge MAY be Buried at Coppage Cemetery Graveyard or Old Liberty Cemetery-near Bradfordsville in what is now Marion County, Kentucky in a marked or unmarked grave, near to grandaughter Lucinda Coppage Burke and grandson Fielding Coppage/ Coppedge and other Coppage kin. The old Coppage Graveyard may be on private property. Several Coppage kin are buried in Old Liberty Cemetery. See source: "Welch and Allied Families"...page 251-252.
MOSES COPPEDGE (1735-1801) (See Chapter Four, "Coppage-Choppedge Chronicle 1542- 1975"), "moved at an early age to Prince William County, Va., where in 1756 he was a foot-soldier against the French; in this same year he qualified to receive his share of his father Charles's estate, having previously been left a bequest by his uncle James ; he was on the Fauquier Rent Roll, 1770 for 275 acres of land ; he m. Mary Jane Catlett, dau, John, son Wm., son David, son Nicholas, son Col. John Catlett from Sittingburne in Kent; Mary Jane was related in some way to Lord Fairfax, whose coach passed down in the Catlett family, and the door is now a carved tobacco stand; Mary Jane was descended from a sister of the great Sir Francis Bacon through the Woodhouses and Meriwethers ; she was related in some way to the family of Col. Raleigh Travers of Lancaster. The Coppedges moved to Ky. about 1777-9 and handed down a tradition of life in forts; two sons, Wm. and Alexander, were wounded by Indians, the latter mortally".
Charles Coppedge (1687 - 1750)
Lucy Sarah Lunsford Coppedge (1718 - 1748)
Mary Jane Catlett Coppedge (1738 - 1815)
Travis Coppedge (1767 - 1860)*
Mary Coppedge Burnett (1775 - 1822)*
Old Liberty Cemetery
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Record added: Jul 09, 2011
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