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Posted by: Judy Reamy (ID *****6411) Date: March 27, 2005 at 21:15:20
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Pilcher, Archibald Mossman, Clergy, WI

Pilcher, Dixon Green, b. 1808 SC, d. 1862 Miss., f/o James Stuart, s/o John (1781-1851)

Pilcher, Elijah, b/o Stephen, s/o James, to OH with father and brother

Pilcher, Elijah, b. 1770 Romney VA, d. 1865, m. Elizabeth Dawson, b. 1775 Cumberland Co. MD; 12 children, one of them Rufus Hunter lived to be over 100

Pilcher, Elijah Holmes, 1810-1887, s/o Stephen; pioneer Evangelist; f/o Leander William

Pilcher, Fielding, b. 1758?, f/o Lewis, s/o Joshua of Culpeper Co. VA who em. To KY 1793

Pilcher, Frederick, b. 1769 Stafford Co. VA, d. 1832 Fredericksburg VA, s/o Richard, f/o John Alsop

Pilcher, George Whitefield, s/o Richard (remained in Eng.), b/o John Wesley; to VA in Am. several times between 1738-48, returned in 1769 and was there til his death 1770

Pilcher, James, b. 1750 Dumfries VA, s/o James, m. Nancy Murphy, Children: Stephen, William, Elijah, James, Edward, John, Nancy, Rachel, Sarah, Elizabeth; with sons/dtrs. to Ohio 1805; in the party: bro. Stephen, sis-in-law Dorcas (Maccabee), married dtrs and families: Sally (Halbert) & Nancy (Simmons); sons: William, Elijah, James, John & Stephen;

Pilcher, James Stuart, b. 1840 AL, s/o Dixon Green
Pilcher, Jeptha, b. 1808 Lexington KY, 4th son of Shadrach; to IL 1828

Pilcher, John, b. 1781 NC, d. 1851 Miss., s/o Robert, f/o James Stuart

Pilcher, John Alsop, b. 1796 Stafford Co. VA, d. 1852 Richmond VA, f/o John Mason, s/o Frederick

Pilcher, John Arthur, Brit. Diplomat, b. 5/16/1912 Quetta, s/o A.J. & Edith (Blair), m. 1942 Delia Margaret Taylor, 1 dtr. Julia Mary Blair (Seymour Henry Fortescue); Japan 1936-1939; Ministry of Information and Foreign Office 1941-1948; ambassador to Philippines 1959-1963; London England

Pilcher, John Mason, Clergy, b. 1841 Richmond VA, s/o John Alsop, gr. g.son of Richard

Pilcher, John Wesley, s/o Richard (remained in Eng.), b/o George Whitefield; in GA 1735-38

Pilcher, Joshua, f/o Fielding, Shadrach & Joshua Jr.; all to KY 1793; his father to VA with a colony from Wales

Pilcher, Joshua Jr., b. 1790, 6/5/1847, s/o Joshua, b/o Fielding & Shadrach, never married; from KY to St. Louis during War of 1812; Major of regulars, mountaineers, voyageurs & Indians 1823 in campaign against the Aricara Indians

Pilcher, Leander William, 1848-1893, s/o Elijah Holmes; missionary to China; died as result of disease brought on by exposure and hardship of missionary labors

Pilcher, Louis, b. 1885 Nicholasville KY, s/o Fielding Lewis
Pilcher, Richard, son of one of 4 men who came from the old country, f/o Frederick; remained in VA

Pilcher, Nathan Selby, b. 1808, Omio KS, elder bro. Of Elijah Holmes

Pilcher, Robert, b. 1750 Culpeper Co. VA, d. 1828 SC, s/o James; Patriot soldier; with father to NC after Rev. War

Pilcher, Rufus Hunter, b. 1804 Athens Co. OH, s/o Elijah & Elizabeth Dawson; steamboatman on the Ohio and Mississippip Rivers; volunteer in the Black Hawk War1832; Capt. Union Army; last 14 years of life with a son at Custer SD

Pilcher, Shadrach, b. 1760, s/o Joshua, to KY with father 1793; he had at least 4 sons, 4th was Jeptha (b. 1808 KY)

Pilcher, Stephen, farmer/Justice of the Peace/Stone Mason, b. 10/6/1772 Dumfries, Prince William Co. VA, d. 10/27/1853, s/o James & Nancy (Murphy), g. son of Caleb; m1. 1794 Sarah Fishback (d. 2/5/1804), Children: Kitty 1795, Maria Green 1798 (never married), George Fishback 1800, Henry Eckhart 1802, Sally 1/10/1804, m2. 6/1804 Eleanor Jackson Selby, of Baltimore; (d. more than 30 years later), Children: Nathan Selby, Elijah Holmes @ 1810, Rebecca B., Stephen Nelson, James Fletcher (d. aet 3 yrs), Joshua Selby (d. aet 14 yrs), Eleanor F.(d. aet 10 yrs); all children lived to adulthood and raised families, with noted exceptions; family migrated to OH 1805; settled on the banks of the Hockhocking River in what was then Athens Twp., laid the original stonework for Cutler Hall of the Ohio University at Athens OH; elected JP 1817

Pilcher, William Stanton, General, b. 1802 near Fredericksburg VA, d. 1858, s/o Frederick, g. son of Richard; to KY 1830; volunteer in the Mexican War; Mayor of Louisville when he died; his only son died before he did

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