Birth12 Jan 1744, Hampshire County, Virginia
Death2 Oct 1820, Petersburg, Hardy County, WVA
Birth20 Mar 1742, Romney, Hampshire County, VA
Marriagebef 1770, Petersburg, Hampshire County, VA
Notes for Job WELTON
1/30/00 From DAR #116570 Mrs. Anna Zell Brady
Job Welton (1744-1820) was lieutenant of Hampshire County, Virginia militia. He was born in Hampshire County; died in Hardy County. WNN
Tomahawked in the back in the same Indian attack on Looney’s Creek that killed his brother Jonathan and Michael Harness, Jr. in October 1763
Lieutenant in the American Revolution- Under Captain John Harness.
Job also served as Ensign in Captain Galt’s Company of the Virginia Militia in the War of 1812.
Death OCt 2 1820 - Family Bible
2/4/00 CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED
FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I." JUDGMENTS.
Simpson vs. Marshall--From Hardy Co--Bill filed 6th August 1800. Involves title to lands in South Branch Manor belonging to Fairfax. Following are the tenants in the Manor, 15th August 1793, viz
Job Wilton(sic), 1,002 acres. WNN
2/4/00 From "West Virginia Estate Settlements"
Welton, Job, Will, 9-12-1820. Dev., John, Aaron, Job, sons; Eliz. Clark, Nancy Hutton, daus., others. WNN
Hardy County Wills - Book 3 Page 101 - Job Welton Sr. - Will - Written 27 Jan 1816 - proved 14 Nov 1820
Son, John Welton; son Aaron Welton; Rachel Welton daughter of Moses Welton when she married or comes of age, out of Aaron's inheirtance if she dies to decend to her brother, Lewis Welton, should he die to decend to elizabeth Clark wife of John; and Nancy Hutton wife of Peter. son, Job Welton; bequeath to Abraham Hutton for benefit of his two sons Moses and Job Hutton; grandsons, Moses and Job Hutton, negros; daughters, nancy Hutton and Elizabeth Clark, land; grandchildren, Lewis Welton and Rachael Welton children of Moses Welton. Sons, John, Aaron and Job to be exec.