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William Perrin
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Birth: 1727
Virginia, USA
Death: Sep. 9, 1787
South Carolina, USA

William Perrin was about twenty-eight and Miss Cruney/Crump (1725-1756) was about thirty when they married in 1755 in Hanover County, Virginia.

Their only child:

Cassandra Perrin (b.1756)

His wife died in 1756 from child birth complications.

William Perrin was about thirty and Mary Elizabeth Clopton (1737-1785) was about twenty when they married in 1757 in Hanover County, Virginia.

William got grants for 315 acres of land on Hard Labor Creek in Southwestern Abbeville County, South Carolina in 1773, so he moved his family there.

William was a private in the Virginia Continental line in the Revolutionary War.

Their known children:

Mary Elizabeth Perrin (b.1759 d.1826)
Rebecca Perrin (Anderson)(b.1761 d.1808)
Abner Perrin (b.1763 d.1799)
Margaret Perrin (Foster)(b.1765)
Sarah Perrin (Sullivan)(b.1767)
Edna Perrin (Heard)(b.1768 d.1808)
Samuel Perrin (b.1770 d.1828)
George Henry Perrin (b.1776 d.1802)
William Perrin (b.1778 d.1828)
Martha Perrin (Mims)(b.1780 d.1828)
Lettie Perrin (b.1782 d.1782)

They had been married about twenty-eight years and their daughter, Martha was about five years old when Mary died in February 1785 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

Will (Edgefield County, South Carolina)
Condensed version.

{{William bequeathed to his children when they become age twenty-one. To son, Abner, the land on the east side of Hard Labor Creek above the mile Branch and the negro man named, Isaac and one feather bed. To son, Samuel, the east of Hard Labor Creek below the mile Branch and the negro boy named, Harry and one feather bed. To son, William, the west side of Hard Labor Creek and the negro girl named, Lucy and one feather bed. To son, George Henry, fifty-five acres of land lying on the New Road and two negro boys named, Joe and Ned and one feather bed. To daughter, Cassandra, the negro boy named, Roberson and one feather bed. To daughter, Mary, the negro girl named, Sarah and one feather bed. To daughter, Rebecca, five shillings sterling. To daughter, Margaret, the negro boy named, Charles, one feather bed and side saddle. To daughter, Edna, the negro girl named, Suckey and one feather bed and side saddle. To daughter, Martha, one negro or sixty pounds sterling, one feather bed and side saddle. He appointed Richard Tutt and his son, Abner executors of his will. Signed, sealed and published on September 21, 1783.
Recorded October 9, 1787 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.}}

William lived to about age 60.
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Mary Elizabeth Clopton Perrin (1737 - 1785)*
 
 Children:
  Samuel Perrin (1770 - 1828)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: Susan Pantelias
Record added: Oct 23, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99470576
 


- Vonnie L Cantrell
 Added: May. 6, 2014
In Memory of William Perrin, husband of Cassandra Crump. Son of Joseph & Rebecca (Ligon) Perrin. Father of 11 children; Mary Haney 1759-1826, Elizabeth Tutt 1759-1826, Rebecca Anderson 1761-1808, Abner Perrin 1763-1799, Margaret Foster 1765-, Sarah Sulliv...(Read more)
- William G. Latham Jr.
 Added: Feb. 23, 2013
 
 
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