GA Family Group Sheet for Lodowick TUGGLE Family

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SUBMITTED BY: Anne Brown
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HUSBAND: Lodowick TUGGLE
Birthdate: 14 September 1741 ; Middlesex Co VA
date and place of marriage: 01 October 1765, Middlesex Co, VA
other marriages:
military service: Capt in Revolutionary War
Death date: 20 October 1792 , Oglethorpe/Greene Co GA
father: Thomas TUGGLE
mother: Sarah KELLY
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WIFE: Dorothy LEE
Birthdate: 31 March 1749 , Middlesex Co VA
date and place of marriage: 01 October 1765, Middlesex Co, VA
other marriages:
Death date: Aft. 1791 , Oglethorpe Co GA
mother's father: George LEE
mother's mother: Mary BUFORD
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CHILD 1: George TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1766, VA
married: Polly SWANSON
date and place of marriage: 05 December 1796, Oglethorpe Co, GA
other marriages:
Death date: Bet. 1801 - 1857
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CHILD 2: Robert TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1767, VA
married: Elizabeth JEFFRIES
date and place of marriage: 05 December 1796, Oglethorpe Co, GA
other marriages:
Death date: 1835, Jasper County GA
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CHILD 3: Thomas TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1768, VA
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date:
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CHILD 4: William TUGGLE
Birthdate: 17 April 1777, VA
married: Anna DUNN
date and place of marriage: 09 December 1797, Oglethorpe Co, GA
other marriages:
Death date: Bet. 1803 - 1868, GA
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CHILD 5: Sally TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1778, VA
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Aft 1798
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CHILD 6: Eunice TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1779, VA
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Aft. 1798
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CHILD 7: Savannah TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1780
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Aft 1798
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CHILD 8: Catherine TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1781
married: George JEFFRIES
date and place of marriage: 18 December 1798, Oglethorpe Co, GA
other marriages:
Death date: Bet. 1804 - 1875
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CHILD 9: Elizabeth B TUGGLE
Birthdate: 04 September 1786
married: John SWANSON Sr.
date and place of marriage: 19 June 1802, Morgan Co GA
other marriages:
Death date: 30 October 1843
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CHILD 10: Nancy TUGGLE
Birthdate: 1787
married: William JEFFRIES Jr.
date and place of marriage: 24 October 1806, GA
other marriages:
Death date: Aft. 1860, AL
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SOURCES:
Middlesex Co, VA land records; Greene, Oglethorpe, and Wilkes
Counties, GA land records;
"HISTORY OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, VIRGINIA" , page 101-102; "THE TUGGLE
FAMILY
OF VIRGINIA" by Vivian Tuggle, pg 33-36; Pittsylvania Co., Va. Deeds,
1791-1794; 4 Pittsylvania
Orders 40; Clement's History of Pittsylvania Co, VA, pgs. 101 & 102; 5
Pitts Orders 4940; Calendar Of
Virginia State Papers. pg 646; Vestry Book of Cambden Parish 1767-1852;
Wm. & Mary Quarterly
192; Middlesex Marriages Records (1740-1854), pg 16; Tax Digest of
Georgia; Historical sketch of New
Hope Church in Oglethorpe in the Southern Presbyterian (1787); Gone To
Georgia, by William C.
Stewart, pg 315; Oglethorpe Will Book "A" at page 80 and a copy of
Lodowick's will;
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NOTES:
Lodowick was a Lieutenant in the Pittsylvania Militia during the
Revolutionary War. An order
under date of 23 Oct 1777 appears at 4 Pittsylvania Orders 40, reciting
that. "Lodowick Tuggle, Gent.,
produced his commission as a Lieutenant in the Militia and took the oath by
law prescribed."
On 18 June 1787 he filed his commission form the Governor and qualified as
a Captain of the
Pittsylvania Militia. He was still a Captain in the Militia in 1789.
He took an active part in the government of Pittsylvania County. On 21
Nov 1780, he was accepted as
one of four sureties on a bond of thirty thousand pounds to Thomas
Jefferson as Governor to insure the
collection of the county revenues by Crispin Shelton.
The Journal of the Council of the State of Virginia under date of 18 June
1783 recites that Lodowick
Tuggle, Gentleman, was appointed to the Commission of the Peace and Order
and Terminer for the
County of Pittsylvania. He was one of the Commissioners that laid out the
Town of Cooksburg in 1788.
Lodowick had been baptized, reared and married in the Anglican Church and
was a member of the
Vestry of Cambden Parish in Pittsylvania, but became active in the
Presbyterian Church in GA.
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