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Captain Jacob Prickett
Jacob Prickett

Children of Captain Jacob Prickett and Dorothy Springer
      1. Josiah Prickett
           b. 1746 in Burlington County, New Jersey
           d. bef. 1808
           bd. Prickett's Fort Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia
           note: served as a private in the militia at Prickett's Fort during
                    the American Revolution
           note: will dated March 28, 1807; executers of his will were
                    John Holt Sr., and his wife, Charity
           m. Charity Taylor on September 03, 1767
                  b. April 19, 1739 near the Tygart River, Monongalia Co., Va.
                  d. November 03, 1833 in Virginia
                  bd. Prickett's Fort Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia
                  note: was the first white child born in Monongalia County
                  note: was the first woman to cross the Allegheny Mountains
                  note: a first cousin of President Zachary Taylor
                  m2. William Jolliffe on August 03, 1808
      2. John Prickett
           b. 1748
           d. abt. 1830 in Grant County, Indiana
           note: served in the American Revolution
           note: recieved a land grant east of Arnheim, Franklin, Brown Co.,
                    Ohio for his service in the American Revolution
           note: sold his Ohio land grant, and left for Illinois with his brother
                    James in 1830
           note: died of an illness near Marion, Grant County, Indiana on the
                    trip to Illinois
           m. Elizabeth Hayes in 1787 in Monongalia County, Virginia
                  b. December 20, 1770 in Virginia
                  d. abt. 1831 in Grant County, Indiana
                  note: settled in Grant County, Illinois at the death of John
      3. Isaac Prickett
           b. March 01, 1752
           d. 1827 in Brown County, Ohio
           bd. Hillman Ridge Cemetery, Brown County, Ohio
           note: twin brother of Drusilla
           note: served in the American Revolution
           note: recieved a land grant east of Arnheim, Franklin, Brown Co.,
                    Ohio for his service in the American Revolution
           note: moved to Franklin, Brown County, Ohio, prior to 1800
           note: built a cabin in Ohio between Georgetown and Russelville
                    in 1798; his family lived in Kentucky until the cabin was
                    completed
           m. Mary Campbell in 1794
                   b. 1770
                   bd. Hillman Ridge Cemetary, Brown County, Ohio 
      4. Drusilla Prickett
           b. March 01, 1752
           d. August 02, 1827 in Virginia
           note: twin sister of Isaac
           m. Morgan Morgan
                 b. December 20, 1746 in Virginia
                 d. 1829 in Virginia
                 note: nicknamed "Mod"
                 note: a slave owner
                 note: served in the American Revolution
                 note: served as a lieutenant in Captain William Haymond's
                          company, then was promoted to captain
                 note: served in Lord Dunmore's War, under his uncle,
                          Colonel Zackquill Morgan
                 note: was a Justice of the Peace
                 title: captain
                 title: justice
      5. Isaiah Prickett
           b. 1757
           d. September 01, 1774 in Virginia
           bd. Prickett's Fort Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia
           note: in 1774, Isaiah made claim to one-thousand acres of land
           note: killed and scalped by Indians while collecting Cattle
      7. Jacob Prickett
           b. April 15, 1758
           d. April 14, 1826 in Virginia
           bd. Prickett's Fort Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia
           note: served as a private at Prickett's Fort during the
                    American Revolution
           m. Jemima Kendle in 1776
                 b. January 26, 1761 in Greene County, Pennsylvania
                 d. December 21, 1809 in Virginia
                 bd. Prickett's Fort Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia
      8. Dorothy Prickett
           b. March 21, 1760
           d. 1801 in Brown County, Ohio
           m. James Dunn on January 20, 1773
                 b. April 30, 1753 in Sussex County, Delaware
                 d. aft. 1830 in Brown County, Ohio
                 note: owned land in Virginia prior to 1784
                 note: residence was located in Monongalia Co., Virginia
      9. Nancy Ann Prickett
           b. March 08, 1762
           d. July 03, 1842 in Brown County, Ohio
           bd. Baptist Cemetery, Brown County, Ohio
           m. Reuben Bunner
                 b. 1760 in Virginia
                 d. 1857 in Brown County, Ohio
                 bd. Baptist Cemetery, Brown County, Ohio
      10. James Prickett
                 b. March 08, 1765
                 d. 1838 in Danville, Vermillion County, Illinois
                 note: served in the American Revolution
                 note: recieved a land grant in Franklin, Brown Co.,
                          Ohio for his service in the American Revolution
                 note: sold his Ohio land grant, and left for Illinois with
                          his brother John in 1830
                 note: donated land for Baptist Cemetery in Brown Co., Ohio
                 note: lived near the Mississippi River for two years
                 m. Mary Springer on April 07, 1795
      11. Mary Prickett
            b. abt. 1768
            m. Jacob Lucas
      12. Martha Prickett
            b. abt. 1771
            d. in Brown County, Ohio
            bd. Baptist Cemetery, Brown County, Ohio
            note: Martha was Peter's second wife
            m. Peter Parker on October 17, 1791
      13. Thomas Prickett
            b. abt. 1773
            m. Ann Wyatt in Monongalia County, Virginia