Figg, William - p 168: m 2000000010000 (1 m 60-70--b 1760-70) f 0120020000000
Figg, James - p 169: m 1100010000000 f 2010011000000
Fgg, James/Julius??(hard to read)--p 169 m 1100010000000 f 0111010000000
NO FIGG(sic) mgs in Glouchester Co to 1850-ancestry.com. A few Figg(sic) mgs in other counties in Va IF the file on ancestry is complete????
D/base: Virginia Nancy in the Revolution; p 202: Hobday, Francis, of Glouchester Co, Pilot, Entered service early in 1776, and continued to end of war (Henry, Tarter and Dragon). Piloted the French Fleet into York River, and when they went away he piloted some of the French vessels that remained. LBP. Testimony of Henry Hobday, Waitlington Buchanan and WM FIGG. Hodge, Joseph, War 5, 89. (Norfolk).Hog, Charles, H.D. 1833-34, Doc. 33,13. Hodgen, Matthew, War 5, 88.
Wm Watlington Buchanan filed for a pension for services during the Rev War(several items relating to this pension filing)."Petitions of Early Inhabitants of Ky to the Gen Assy of Va 1769-1792:Wmsburg Nov 28, 1778 W. Buchanan. Could not find him in the 1830 Cen of Glouchester after going page by page.There is a Wm W. Buchanan in the 1830 Cen of Lawrance Co, KY. All the same man???? Buchanan surname lists has data on a Wm W. Buchanan, b Pa, gives his parents, but was in NC before going to KY.
Could not find data on Francis or Henry Hobday tho there were Hobdays in the 1830 Cen of Glouchester.
Could not find any Hodges in the 1830 Cen of Glouchester.
This William Figg is of the age to be a son of Thomas FIGG of Montrose, MA (see his posting) of the 1778 Rev War service in Providence (RI???). Served 3 years.
Slowly trying to check m records of various eastern states to find the Figgs.Apparently not very many in Va & those were passing through?????