Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON
HAIRSTON.org ID#843, b. about 1754, d. 1819
|Father*||Andrew HAIRSTON1,2 b. b 1716, d. b 6 Jun 1782|
|Mother*||Elizabeth (surname unknown) b. a 1720, d. a 1784|
|Birth*||Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON was born about 1754 in Virginia.|
|She was the daughter of Andrew HAIRSTON and Elizabeth (surname unknown).1,2|
|Will||In Andrew HAIRSTON's will dated 8 August 1771, Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON was named as an heir; Andrew Hairston signed his will on 8 August 1771 and mentions his wife Elizabeth, sons; Peter and Hug, daughters; Teney, Kitteran, Elizabeth, Precila, Ellenar, Margaret and Susana. He appoints his brother Samuel as his executor.|
|Will||In Samuel HAIRSTON's will dated 9 February 1782 in Campbell County, Virginia, Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON was named as an heir.2|
|Probate||She was listed as a beneficiary in Andrew HAIRSTON's will on 6 June 1782 in Campbell County, Virginia; Andrew Hairston's will dated 08 Aug 1777 was proved. |
It should be noted that Andrew's daughter Elizabeth, sons Peter and Hugh, and his brother Samuel are not mentioned in probate and therefore presumed to be deceased.1
|Marriage*||Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON married Conrad OVERLEESE on 7 November 1798 in Franklin Co., Virginia.3|
|Death*||Margaret Peggy HAIRSTON died in 1819.|
|Burial*||She was buried in Rush County, Indiana.|
|Probate||She was listed as a beneficiary in Samuel HAIRSTON's will on 14 July 1828; Inventory and disbursement of Samuel Hairston's estate, Campbell County, Virginia, 14 July 1828.2|
|Conrad OVERLEESE b. 1754, d. 20 Jul 1834|
Descendant Chart Box
- [S122] Will Andrew Hairston dated 8 Aug 1777, was proved in Campbell County Will Book #1, page 4-6, 6 June 1782. Inventory & Apprasiel recorded 6 Mar. 1783, Will Book 1, pages 23-24 (Reel 19), Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
- [S101] Will of Samuel Hairston - 1782, Campbell County Will Book #1, page 6 and Will Book #6, page 141, Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
- [S152] Virginia Marriages 1660-1800, Jordan Dodd, (n.pub.).
- [S48] Find A Grave Website with Photo - only listings with photos of grave markers that are contemporary to the deceased individuals death are acceptable for genealogical proof.
|Last Edited||28 Apr 2017|