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Angellicha Cheatham
Born VA
Died 1782? Amelia Co. VA

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Father
Emigrant
SPOUSE CHILDREN
Samuel Pitchford

m. 1729
VA
b. 1705?
VA
d. Mar, 1765
Chesterfield Co. VA
Frances

b. Jan 5, 1731
Henrico Co. VA

William Thomas

b. 1733?
Henrico Co. VA
d. 1815?
Barren Co. KY
Samuel

b. 1734
Henrico Co. VA
d. Aug, 1802
Warren Co. NC
Daniel

b. 1743?
Henrico Co. VA
d. 1822
Warren Co. NC
John Henry

b. 1750
Amelia Co. VA
d. 1835?
Warren Co. NC
Henrico Co. VA was one of the original 8 shires of the colony. Amelia Co. VA was formed in 1735 from parts of Prince George and Brunswick Counties. Chesterfield Co. was formed in 1749 from parts of Henrico Co.
Son William was a Revolutionary War veteran. He moved with brother Daniel to GA in 1785,
and then Barren Co. KY in 1804.
Will of her father, Benjamin Cheatham, dated Mar 1, 1765. In it he bequeaths "to my daughter Anngellicho Pitchford the Wife of Samuel Pitchford one Negro girl named Cate". All other property went other siblings.
Sources:
Pitchford, David, Family group sheets; cites Henrico Co. deeds, p. 286.
Eaton, L. Claud, compiler, Cheatham - Pitchford family history, Vallejo CA, 1993.
White, Virgil D., Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files, p.2707, refers to "father William's" service in Rev.Army under son Daniel's application.
"Will of Benjamin Cheatham", from Chesterfield County (Va.) Will Books 1749-1795, Will Book I, p. 550; copied by Lisabeth M. Holloway from Shirley Pitchford papers.