Capt Uriah Leftwich, Sr

Caroline County, Virginia, USA
Death 1838 (aged 89–90)
Goode, Bedford County, Virginia, USA
Burial Mount Airy, Bedford County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 83292163 · View Source
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Married Nancy Keith about 1769. He qualified as an Ensign in the Revolutionary War, May 24, 1779 (Orders, Bedford County, Virginia, 1774-82), and as Captain of the Bedford County Militia, June 22, 1789 (Orders, 1786-90). On March 19, 1784, warrants were issued to him and John Leftwich, Sergeant, for their services in the Militia of Virginia. He left a will of record in Bedford County, Virginia (W.B. "I", p. 285), dated July 7, 1830, probated February 26, 1838, in which he left all of his property to his wife, Nancy, for life and after her death to his son, Nicodemus Leftwich. The witnesses to his will were William Leftwich, William B. Leftwich and Dicy Chewning.

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  • Created by: Frances Beckstrom Helmintoller
  • Added: 11 Jan 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial 83292163
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Capt Uriah Leftwich, Sr (1748–1838), Find a Grave Memorial no. 83292163, citing Mount Airy-Leftwich Cemetery (Defunct), Mount Airy, Bedford County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Frances Beckstrom Helmintoller (contributor 47284570) .