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Jesse G. MAUPIN (1736-1827) m. Lucy Sarah JONES (1745-1829)
s/o Daniel MAUPIN 1700-1788) m. Margaret VIA (1701-1789)
d/o Mosias JONES (1721-1808) m. Elizabeth ROGERS (1728-1808)

1736 Jesse G. MAUPIN born at Louisa Co, VA [U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 says 1738 and spouse as Sarah Jones; another 1740] [8
th of 9 children; 6th son]

abt 1745 Lucy Sarah JONES born at New Kent, New Kent, VA [oldest child of 13 kids: 5 girls, 8 boys]

1756 Jesse G. MAUPIN and Lucy Sarah JONES married at Albemarle or Henry Co, VA

1756 son Mosias Cyrus Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; married Leahy Downey in 1782 at Lewisburg, Greenbriar, VA; served in Revolutionary War under Gen. Lafayette and captured by British; travelled extensively with Daniel Boone

1764 son Nicholas Maupin born at Albemarle, VA

1764 son Bural Maupin born at Albemarle, VA

1767 dau Luranna Maupin born at Hanover, Hanover, VA; married Solomon King on 16 Dec 1786 at Henry, VA

1767 son Thomas Sweeney born at Hanover, Hanover, VA; served in Revolutionary War

1769 son Ambrose Maupin born at Hanover, Hanover, VA

1770 dau Billamy Maupin born

1773 dau Frances Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; died 1774

abt 1773 dau Mary Polly Maupin born in VA; married William Golden

1774 son George Webb (aka Joel) Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; married Jeanne Warren on 18 Sep 1802 at Henry, VA

19 Aug 1774 Jesse Maupin listed as a creditor in Book WB4-539 in Virginia, Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850 for Augusta Co, VA: This probate record was originally published in "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, 1745-1800. Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County" by Lyman Chalkley. Halbert McClure's appraisement by William and Joseph Alexander, Joseph Reed, and settlement of estate recorded -- Accounts, viz: James Bunting, Jesse Maupin, Francis Taplett, Thornton Fanow.

1776 son John Maupin born at Albemarle, VA

abt 1777 dau Nancy Ann Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; married Francis Menifee Murphy on 8 Aug 1795 at Henry, VA

1777 dau Frances Maupin born at Henry, VA; married Elijah Meredith

11 Jan 1777 Father Daniel Maupin conveys his land to son Jesse Maupin and retains a life estate for himself and his wife Margaret: “I Daniel Maupin of the parish of Fredericksville and County of Albemarle for divers Good Causes and Considerations but more Especially in consideration of marriage do give and bequeath to my son Jesse Maupin my Tract of Land whereon I now live … the sd Jesse Maupin … shall for Ever after the Decease of myself and the Decease of Margaret my well beloved wife peaceably and Quietly have … the sd Tracts of Land and Premices … signed Daniel Maupin; witnesses-Jeremiah Yancey, Daniel Maupin, and Sarah Maupin.” Recorded in Albemarle County Deed Book 7 in June Court 1777] (transcript) [appears to have been originally recorded 3 Nov 1775] [Albemarle County Deed Book 7, p.72, seems to indicate that Jesse sells this land to Christopher Harris on 18 Nov 1777 and references the life estate of his “father and mother, namely Daniel Maupin and Margaret his wife.” This is confusing as data shows that Daniel died in 1788 and Margaret in 1789 a decade after this sale of their land]

1781 son William Greer Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; married Catherine Hardy 31 Jul 1804 at Henry, VA  [VA Select Marriages FHL Film #31990, p.33], [VA Select Marriages FHL Film #003198, p.2:3Z23Z1W] [History of Albemarle County in Virginia Chapter 7: Albemarle, Virginia Record of Families, 1744-1890— MAUPIN, Jesse, father, Daniel]

1782 Jesse G. MAUPIN appears in the Henry Co. VA Ended Law and Chancery Court records of Henry Co. VA; He had been the Sheriff of Henry Co. VA; Jesse Maupin emigrated from Albemarle County, Va., to Madison County, Ky., and acquired property on Taylor's Fork of Silver Creek, near Milford or Old Town.

abt 1783 Jesse Maupin born at Albemarle, VA; married Susanna Dent on 2 Sep 1808 at Henry, VA; served in 20
th Reg. of US Infantry during War of 1812; later served as a School Master [shows up on US War Bounty Land Warrants #7264 (doc); and Warrant #7264 for 160 acres (doc)]

abt 1783 Morgan G. Maupin born at Henry, VA; married Elizabeth Callen on 7 May 1807 in Knox, TN

abt 1785 Sarah Maupin born at Henry, VA; married William Parsley on 28 Sep 1801 at Martinsville, Henry, VA

1800 Census for Albemarle Co, VA, Frederickville Parish- Jesse Maupin: "white males above 16 yr. old": 1; "Blacks above 16 years old": 0; "Blacks between 12 & 16 year old": 0; "No. of horses": 1; "Stud horses": 0; "Ordinary licence": 0; "Cariage wheels": 0; "retailing Me

1810 Federal Census, Stoner, Bourbon, KY-Jessee Maupin: Males 10-15=1; males 26-44=1; females 26-44=1; slaves=8 (doc)

10 May 1818 Jesse Maupin and his wife Sarah, conveyed to Christopher Clark, land on Taylor's Fork, near Old Town.

1 May 1820 Jesse G. MAUPIN conveyed to Elkaney Bush 119 acres of land.

8 Mar 1821 Jesse G. MAUPIN conveyed to Philip Gillispie 67 1/2 acres of land on Taylor's Fork, and to Lewis H. Gillispie 67 1/2 acres of land on the same water course.

30 Dec 1822 Richard Muir and wife conveyed to Jesse Maupin fifty acres of land in Fayette County, Ky. 

25 Feb 1827 Jesse G. MAUPIN wrote his last will and testament

1 Oct 1827 Jesse G. MAUPIN died at Milford, Madison, KY; and names his own heirs thus: Thomas Maupin's youngest; Ambrose Maupin's youngest; William Maupin's youngest. Parents: Daniel MAUPIN and Margaret VIA.  - MAUPIN, JESSE [Several researchers have confused my Jesse MAUPIN with Jesse Maupin, son of Zachariah, who was married to Sarah Sweeney in Bourbon, KY; Jesse son of Zach last will and testament probated wherein he mentions his wife Sarah, and shows that she was the widow Sweeney before his marriage to her; his second wife Sarah, formerly the wife of one Sweeny, but by whom Jesse Maupin had no children; devised to her Sweeney children certain property]

1829 Lucy Sarah JONES died at Henry Co, VA (or Franklin, VA?)

DAR Ancestor #: A036939 
Ancestors who served in or supported the American Revolutionary War 
•Mosias Jones, b. 21 Mar 1721 VA, d. 5 Feb 1808 KY, wife Elizabeth Foster. 
•Daniel Maupin, b. 25 Mar 1700 France or VA, d. 20 Apr 1788 Albemarle Co., VA, wife Margaret Via, Public Service VA. 
•Jesse Maupin, b. c. 1736 VA, d. p. 11 Jul 1797 KY, wife Lucy Jones. 
•Mosias Maupin, b. 1758, VA, d. 20 Oct 1816, Franklin Co., MO, wife Leah Downey. 
•Benjamin Wright, Sr., b. 1752 NC, d. 1842 IN, wife 1st Barbara Morgan 2nd Patsey, Public Service NC. 
•Richard Wright, Sr., b. c. 1730 England, d. 3 Sep 1784, Rowan Co., NC, wife Ann, Pvt. NC 
Bluegrass Roots," published by the Kentucky Genealogical Society, reprinted an article by H. Thomas Tudor about the "Early Settlers of Fort Boonesborough." Boonesborough Pioneers-On the 1st of April, 1775, Daniel Boone, Richard Henderson and their companions, reached the southern bank of the Kentucky River, and began to build a fort, afterwards known as Boonesborough. The names of those persons and/or families known to have resided in or near the Fort Boonesborough and Boone Station area follow: MAUPIN, Jesse           2