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William Lomax

 

 

Born: 12 Jan 1764, Charles Co, MD
Died: 06 Nov 1835, Davidson, Montgomery/Iredell Co, NC

 

William Lomax was one of nine children born to John Lomax (b. 1737) and Maletta Roberts.  William was born 12 Jan 1764 in Charles County, MD.  Some sources list his name as "William Pemiott Lomax".  He moved to Guilford County, North Carolina when he was about 16 years old.

 
William enlisted in the Revolutionary War while living in Guilford County, NC, and served as a private in Captain McRee's and Elijah Moore's Company, under Colonel Armstrong in the NC troops.  He was at the Siege of Ninety-Six, as well as various other battles, and was discharged on 09 May 1782.
 
He returned to Guilford County, NC, after his service in the Revolutionary War and volunteered as a "regular" soldier in the summer of 1782, eventually going to Virginia. Returning to Guilford County, NC, again for several years, and eventually moved from Montgomery County to Rowan County, NC, he drew a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War, executed the third Monday in May 1819 in Salisbury, Rowan County, NC (which eventually became Davidson County, NC0.
 
Sources say he had a "strong, coarse voice", "heavy eyebrows", and was "low in stature".
 
William and his brother Benjamin Lomax had adjoining farms - William's in Davidson County, NC, and Benjamin's in Randolph County, NC.
 
 
William Lomax married Tabitha Gooden (Goodin) on 26 Dec 1793 at the home of her father (Alexander Gooden) in Montgomery County, NC.  Tabitha was born 04 Nov 1769.
 
 
Children of William Lomax and Tabitha Gooden/Goodin
Name Birth Date Death Date Spouse
John Lomax 06 Nov 1794 Abt. 1880 Lucy (Unknown)
Anna/Amy Lomax 16 Oct 1796    
Nancy Lomax 10/20 Jan 1799    
Mary "Polly" Lomax 19 Jun 1801    
William Lomax 20 Jun 1803    
Cornelius Lomax 08/20 Mar 1806    
Wesley Lomax 31 May 1809    
                             
                             
 
William died 06 Nov 1835 in Davidson County, NC, and was buried in Hannah Graveyard, Hew Hope Township, Randolph County, NC.

 

After William's death Tabitha was allowed to continue her husband's pension - on her application which was executed 19 Oct 1838.  She was residing in Davidson County, NC, at the time.  Tabitha died 15 Feb 1856.  In 1857, John A. Lomax was administrator of his mother's estate.
 
 
 
                             
 
 
 
 
 
                             
                             
                             

 

                             

 

                             
                             
                             
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