|Birth: ||Sep. 5, 1743|
|Death: ||Dec. 11, 1790|
South Carolina, USA
Marriage Record (Wardlaw Book) revealed Hugh Wardlaw and Elizabeth Coalter married on September 22, 1763 in Augusta County, Virginia.
Hugh was about twenty-three and Elizabeth was twenty when they married.
He was Captain of the Wigh Militia and actively sustained the cause of American Independence in the American Revolutionary War.
The 1790 census revealed Hugh owned eight slaves. They were living in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: Hugh Wardlaw Esquire, John & David (over 16), Joseph, Robert & Hugh (under 16); wife, Elizabeth and three daughters: Jane, Elizabeth and Agnes.
Their known children:
William Wardlaw (b1764 d.1839)
Infant Wardlaw (b1766 d.1767)
James Wardlaw (b1767 d.1842)
John Wardlaw (b1770 d.1848)
David Wardlaw (b1771 d.1840)
Margaret Wardlaw (b1773 d.1853)
Joseph Wardlaw (b1776 d.1852)
Robert Wardlaw (b1778)
Jane Wardlaw (Calvert)(b1781 d.1825)
Hugh Hutson Wardlaw (b1785)
Elizabeth Wardlaw (b1787)
Agnes Wardlaw (b1789)
They had been married twenty-seven years and their daughter, Agnes was about one year old when Elizabeth died on December 11, 1790 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.
Elizabeth lived to age 47.
Hugh Wardlaw (1740 - 1802)
James Wardlaw (1767 - 1842)*
David Wardlaw (1774 - 1840)*
Jane Wardlaw Calvert (1781 - 1826)*
Elizabeth Wardlaw (1787 - 1807)*
Agnes Wardlaw (1789 - 1807)*
Greenville Presbyterian Church Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
Maintained by: Susan Pantelias
Originally Created by: Kim Jacobson
Record added: Dec 31, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 17233599
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Thank you for living during the American Revolution. I know as a little girl and young woman you did all you could to support our troops-wish I could find documentation of your service. You would make an awesome DAR Patriot.|
Added: Jul. 28, 2013
In Remembrance, rest in peace.|
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