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|Birth: ||Jan., 1736|
|Death: ||Oct. 8, 1804|
South Carolina, USA
Marriage record revealed William Chiles and Agnes White married in 1760 in Virginia.
William was about twenty-four and Agnes was about twenty when they married.
S.A.R. (Sons of the American Revolution) revealed William was the son of Henry Chiles and Mary Carr. He was born in January 1736 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, married Agnes White in 1760 in Virginia and died October 8, 1804 in Abbeville, South Carolina. William was a Private in Capt. Stubblefield's Co. and Cap. Andrew Russel's Co. in the 5th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. Josiah Parker. He enlisted on January 24, 1776 and mustered out January of 1778.
The 1779 Rent Roll Census revealed William Chiles was living in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
The 1800 census revealed William had eighteen slaves and they were living in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Household members: William (45 & over), Agnes (45 & over), one male (16-25), two males (26-44), one female (16-25) and one female (26-44).
Their known children:
Elizabeth Lee Chiles (b.1760 d.1847)
Thomas White Chiles (b.1763 d.1842)
Agnes Chiles (b.1764 d.1806)
Sarah Chiles (b.1767)
Ruben Chiles (b.1771 d.1808)
John Chiles (b.1773 d.1846)
Eunice White Chiles (Perrin)(b.1776 d.1846)
William Chiles (b.1779 d.1849)
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots revealed William was buried in the family Cemetery in Abbeville County, South Carolina.
William lived to age 68.
Eunice White Chiles Perrin (1776 - 1846)*
Created by: Susan Pantelias
Record added: Jan 18, 2013
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