William Washington Garrard (b. June 11, 1762, d. May 28, 1836)
William Washington Garrard (son of Daniel Garrard and Elizabeth) was born June 11, 1762 in Virginia, and died May 28, 1836 in Hardin Co. Tennessee.He married (1) Nancy Welbourne.He married (2) Elizabeth Tharp on 1785 in Virginia. Notes for William Washington Garrard: Stafford Co. Virginia 1790 Census William Garrard 6 White Souls 1 dwelling 6 other dwellings 1787 Bourbon Co. Kentucly Personal Property Tax Bourbon Co. Kentucky Tax List 1800 William W. Garrard Bourbon Co. Kentucly was formed May 1, 1786 from Fayette Co. Colonel William Garrard was Capt. in war of 1812 1830 Lauderdale Ala. Census William Garrard Sr. 1 Male60-70 1 Female 70-80 Kentucky1800 Bourbon Co. Garrard William 1800 William 1800 Daniel 1800 George 1800 James 7-23-1800 Thomas 1800 1795 Bourbon Co. Kentucky GarrardDaniel James William 1810 KentuckyWilliam Garrard 2 Males 16-26, 1 male 45+. 1 female 10-16, 1 female 16-26, 1 female +45 In 1798William Garrard was jone of the original Trustees of the Bourbon Academy. In 1794 Wm. Garrard was among the men who secured Legislature for Opening of the South Licking Feb. 1803 Wm. Garrard presented License to become a lawyer in Lexington Kentucky. William Washington Garrard and family moved to Bourbon Co. Kentucky in 1884 and remained there until 1818 when he moved to Lauderdale co. Ala. In Jan. 1824 he was elected Clerk of the County Courts and was required to put up a $10,000.00 bond. He remained in this office until 1832. In 1825 W. W. purchased Lot #11 in Florence Ala. and contracted with John Samples to build him a two story house, made of Lauderdale Burnt Brick. In 1837 William W. Garrard purchased land in Hardin Co. Tenn. Bk.3, page 229 & 230. In Oct. 1847Hardin Co. Tenn. He was lliving in Savannah on Main St. in a 2 story red brick storehouse Bk. H. p. 121. By Oct.1851 William W. Garrard was deceades and Elizabeth was Administrator. In Oct. 1852 Elizabeth was selling negros to pay debts. Bk. J p. 72. Bk. I. p.205. William W. Garrard purchased 640 acres in Monroe Co. Miss. from Wm. Duke Nov. 7, 1836 for $6,600.00 Book 5, p. 43. He sold above property to a Mr. Wilson in 1839 fro $3,000.00 In June 1826 Wm. W. purchased a negro mulatto girl named Louisa from Oliver Simpson of Rockingham N. Carolina. Will of William Garrard Sr. will record 1835-1858 page 64 lauderdale Co. Ala . page 20 William Garrard Sr. Beloved son Thomas G. for life, son Henry Garrard, daughter Sally Welborn, daughter Betsy Morgan, son William W. Garrard (each time states "For Life") and then to his or her childern. To my boy Nathan, truck clothing and $50.00 to be handled by my son Thomas Garrard and son in law John Morgan. Sons Thomas Garrard, Henry G. William W. and John Morgan executors. Aou. 31. 1835 Wit: John Chisholm, James T. Borrought, John Bourland Codicil: A slave to son Thomas's wife Winifred for life To William W. Garrard "I will to my son William W. Garrard the money that is or may become due me for my pension. Wit" W.C. Morgan J.P. Bourland Probated May 28, 1836 More About William Washington Garrard and Elizabeth Tharp: Marriage: 1785, Virginia. Children of William Washington Garrard and Elizabeth Tharp are:
+Henry Garrard, b. March 01, 1788, Bourbon Co. Kentucky, d. 1865, Hardin Co. Tennessee.
Thomas Garrard, b. April 25, 1786, Kentucky, d. 1835, Lauderdale Co. Alabama.
Elizabeth Garrard, b. November 25, 1789, Bourbon Co. Kentucky, d. April 23, 1867, Alabama.