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Henry Livingston
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Birth: 1761
County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Death: Jun. 12, 1836
Abbeville
Abbeville County
South Carolina, USA

Henry was about fourteen when he emmigrated with his parents in 1775 from Ireland.

Henry lived for a short time in North Carolina and he and his brother, Abraham served in the American Revolution. He inlisted in the early summer of 1781 and served six weeks there. He then moved to Abbeville, South Carolina and enlisted there about September 1781. He served in the Calvery as a private in Capt. James Giles and Mill's Companies in Col. William Polk's and Wm. Hill's Regiments. He was in the battle of Broom's old field at Dorchester and a battle near Savannah.

Marriage record revealed Henry Livingston and Mary Fraser married in October 1798 in Edgefield, South Carolina.

Henry was about thirty seven and Mary was about twenty-two when they married.

The 1800 census revealed Henry had one slave and they were living in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: Henry (26-44), Mary (16-25) and Jane (under 10).

The 1810 census revealed Henry had one slave and they were living in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: Henry (45 & up), Mary (26-44), John (under 10), one male (16-25), one female (under ten) and Jane (10-15).

The 1820 census revealed Henry had three slaves and two household members engaged in agriculture. Household members: Henry (45 & up), Mary (26-44), one male (under 10), three males (10-15), John and one male (16-25).

The 1830 census revealed Henry had five slaves. Household members: Henry and two males (60-69), Mary (50-59), two males (5-10), two males (20-29), one male (30-39), one male (40-49), one male (50-59), two females (under 5), two females, (5-9) two females (15-19), three females (30-39) and two females (40-49).

Henry was a planter and lived at White Lick Plantation. He was granted a pension in October 26, 1832.

Their known children:

Jane Lydia Livingston (Allen) (b.1799 d.1864)
John Fraser Livingston (b.1803 d.1867)

The (S.A.R.) Sons of American Revolution Membership Application revealed Henry was born in 1761 in Antrim, Ireland and died on June 12, 1836 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. His parents were Bruce Livingston and Jane McElroy. He was married to Mary Fraser.

They had been married thirty-seven years when Henry died on June 12, 1836 in Abbeville County, South Carolina.

Henry lived to about age 75.
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Mary Fraser Livingston (1777 - 1856)*
 
 Children:
  Jane Lydia Livingston Allen (1799 - 1864)*
  John Frazier Livingston (1803 - 1867)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Aged 75 years
 
Burial:
Upper Long Cane Cemetery
Abbeville
Abbeville County
South Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: Susan Pantelias
Originally Created by: Record Hunter
Record added: Mar 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86671192
Henry Livingston
Added by: Wayne Sears
 
Henry Livingston
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Added by: Dennis Ison
 
 
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from david livingston randalstown co antrim n/Ireland email david@livingstonlimos.co.uk any relations to this family
- david livingston
 Added: Dec. 20, 2013
 
 
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