Male, #46174, (25 Dec 1761 - 1803)
|Birth*||25 Dec 1761 ||He was born on 25 Dec 1761 at Wilkes Co., Georgia.1 |
|American Revolution*||between 1775 and 1783 ||He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783|
(DAR Listing: Abner Webster, born 25 Dec 1761 in North Carolina, died 1803 in Georgia, married Elizabeth Martin, Private, Georgia.)2
|Marriage*||say 1784 ||He married Elizabeth Martin say 1784.1 |
|Birth of Son||15 Dec 1790 ||His son Jonathan Webster was born on 15 Dec 1790.3 |
|Death of Father||1791 ||His father Jonathan Webster Jr. died in 1791.4 |
|Death*||1803 ||He died at Wilkes Co., Georgia, in 1803.5 |
|Probate*||3 Aug 1803 ||Probate action was taken on Abner's estate, with Elizabeth Martin as heir(s), with Jonathan Webster as executor(s) on 3 Aug 1803 at Wilkes Co., Georgia,|
(Wife: Elizabeth; "my children", only two named but probably others; daughter Maria and son John. Exrs: Wife Elizabeth, John Thornton, and Jonathan Webster. Wits: John Martin, John R? Brown, Joel Abbott.)6
- RootsWeb WorldConnect Project, Ancestry.com: Rootsweb.
Mary Stearnes Henley. <e-mail address>
- DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
- E-mail written 2002-2004 to Warren Culpepper from Donna Wall, Gwinnett Co., GA, e-mail address.
- E-mail written Jun 2011 to Warren Culpepper from Zak Young, e-mail address.
Based on a fan-chart that once hung on the wall of Zak's great-grandmother, Mary Cone Young of Hope, New Mexico.
- Date of death assumed from date of probate of estate.
- Ceded Lands - Records of St. Paul Parish and Early Wilkes Co., GA, Alden Associates, Albany, GA, 1964.
Abstracts of Early Wills, page 155. Cites W/B 1806-08, page 37.