Male, #46598, (11 Apr 1760 - circa Feb 1837)
|Name Variation|| ||He was also known as William.2 |
|Birth*||11 Apr 1760 ||Churchill was born on 11 Apr 1760. He was the sixth child of Thomas Blakey and Ann Haden.1,3 |
|American Revolution*||between 1775 and 1783 ||He provided service in the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783|
(DAR Listing: Churchill Blakey, born 1750-60 in Virginia, died before 24 Jan 1837 in Georgia, married Agnes Anthony, Soldier, Patriotic Service, Virginia.)1,4
|Marriage*||2 Aug 1780 ||He married Agnes Anthony at Henry Co., Virginia, on 2 Aug 1780 at age 20.1 |
|Relocation*||say 1787 ||He relocated say 1787 at Wilkes Co., Georgia,1 |
|Relocation*||1794 ||He relocated in 1794 at Wilkes Co., Georgia; He owned three slaves and 200 acres in Green Co., GA, but returned to Wilkes Co., in 1794.1 |
|Death of Spouse||22 Oct 1829 ||His wife Agnes Anthony died on 22 Oct 1829 at Wilkes Co., Georgia.5 |
|Death*||circa Feb 1837 ||He died at Wilkes Co., Georgia, circa Feb 1837.5 |
|Biography*|| ||Joseph Blakey and Churchill Blakey were brothers.1 |
- Patricia Davidson-Peters, compiler, Patricia Davidson-Peters, Anthony: Quakers of Colonial Virginia, 2000-2005.
- Genealogies of Virginia Families, .
Volume I, A-Ch, Anthony-Cooper, page 14.
- William C. Stewart, Gone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and their Neighbors in the Western Migration, Washington, DC: Nat'l Genealogical Society, 1965.
Page 254, which has two citations: (1) Bible Record, "Virginia Genealogist", v. 1, No. 2, p. 89; and (2) John Bennett Boddie, "Historical Southern Families", v. 2, p. 247.
- DAR Patriot Index, Washington, DC: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 2003.
- E-mail written 1 Sep 2006 to Warren Culpepper from Sr.) Carol (Mrs. Richard) McCrite (descendant of Churchill Blakey and Joseph Anthony, Whittier, NC, e-mail address.