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Descendants of Adam Lugar


Generation No. 1

1.  ADAM1 LUGAR was born March 01, 1737/38 in Frankfort, Germany, and died 1837 in Giles County, Virginia.  He married ANNA MARGARET CLAPP 1777 in Orange County, North Carolina.

Notes for ADAM LUGAR:
Adam was born in Frankfort Germany, and came to America in the Hessian Army, arriving in the British held city of New York. After four weeks, he deserted the Hessian army and joined the Continental Army. He marched to South Carolina where he spent the winter.
[Fought in the revolutionary war in the Continental Army in North Carolina. First enlisted in Pennsylvania. Margaret, his wife, received a widows pension for his service, under pension spouse...W8066]
He was discharged sometime after 17 months of service, and he moved to what is now Giles County, Virginia, sometime between 1777-79. He and his wife settled on Sinking Creek, the south side of John's Creek Mountain and Salt Pond Mountain.
He was granted a ten mile stretch of Sinking Creek Valley by General George Washington for his service in the Army. The road leading from Rte 42 at Level Green to the north side is called Lugar Hill. Here he lived in a log cabin.
Adam enjoyed music and since he owned plenty of land, it has been said that he once traded many acres known as "Turkey Roost"  for a fiddle.


More About ADAM LUGAR:
Burial: Revolutionary war
Census: 1810, Giles County
	
Children of ADAM LUGAR and ANNA CLAPP are:
	i.	ALEXANDER2 LUGAR, m. (1) MARY DUNCAN; m. (2) LAVINA FRANKLIN, March 13, 1820, Giles County, Virginia.
	ii.	GEORGE LUGAR, b. 1782, North Carolina; d. August 10, 1861; m. MARGARET ECHOLS, August 19, 1800, Montgomery County, Virginia.

More About GEORGE LUGAR:
Census: 1810, Giles County

	iii.	BARNABUS LUGAR, b. 1783; d. September 15, 1858; m. (1) SARAH LUGAR; m. (2) CATHERINE FISHER, June 07, 1817, Giles County, Virginia.

More About BARNABUS LUGAR:
Census: 1830, Giles County

	iv.	PHOEBE LUGAR, b. 1784, North Carolina; d. February 18, 1854; m. JACOB MCPHERSON, 1803, Giles County, Virginia.
2.	v.	JACOB LUGAR, b. March 28, 1791; d. February 19, 1891.
3.	vi.	JOHN LUGAR, b. 1794.
	vii.	ELIZABETH LUGAR, b. 1795; d. 1834; m. JAMES SMITH, September 29, 1821, Giles County, Virginia.
4.	viii.	BARBARY LUGAR, b. 1796, Giles County, Virginia; d. Kanawha County, West Virginia.
	ix.	BABY LUGAR, b. 1798.
	x.	BABY LUGAR, b. 1802.
5.	xi.	ADAM LUGAR, b. 1804.
	xii.	MARGARET LUGAR, b. 1806; d. 1879; m. GEORGE H. TAYLOR, February 27, 1827, Giles County, Virginia.


Generation No. 2

2.  JACOB2 LUGAR (ADAM1) was born March 28, 1791, and died February 19, 1891.  He married MARY ROSS April 25, 1829 in Giles County, Virginia.

More About JACOB LUGAR:
Census: 1830, Giles County
	
Children of JACOB LUGAR and MARY ROSS are:
	i.	MARGARET M.3 LUGAR, b. February 01, 1830; d. May 1902; m. ALEXANDER LOONEY.
	ii.	AMANDA LUGAR, b. 1832.
	iii.	PHILA LUGAR, b. 1834.
	iv.	JOHN A. LUGAR, b. 1835; d. July 29, 1915.

Notes for JOHN A. LUGAR:
Went by the name "Dusty". Enlisted into Company B, 22nd Virginia Infantry CSA.

More About JOHN A. LUGAR:
Census: 1860, Craig County, Sinking Creek

	v.	GEORGE W. LUGAR, b. 1837.

Notes for GEORGE W. LUGAR:
Enlisted into the 22nd Virginia Infantry CSA.

More About GEORGE W. LUGAR:
Census: 1870, Craig County, Simonsville

	vi.	CATHERINE LUGAR, b. 1839.
	vii.	JAMES HARVEY LUGAR, b. 1841.
	viii.	SUSAN LUGAR, b. 1843.
	ix.	MAY LUGAR, b. 1846.
	x.	MARTHA L. LUGAR, b. 1849.
	xi.	WILLIAM LUGAR, b. 1850.

3.  JOHN2 LUGAR (ADAM1) was born 1794.  He married MARY.

More About JOHN LUGAR:
Census: 1820, Giles County
	
Children of JOHN LUGAR and MARY are:
	i.	MARY E.3 LUGAR, b. July 27, 1822; d. January 31, 1894; m. SHELTON DOWDY.
	ii.	MARGARET LUGAR, b. 1826.
	iii.	JOHN LUGAR, b. 1833.
	iv.	WILLIAM R. LUGAR, b. 1835.
	v.	ELMIRA LUGAR, b. 1838.

4.  BARBARY2 LUGAR (ADAM1) was born 1796 in Giles County, Virginia, and died in Kanawha County, West Virginia.  She married WILLIAM HUNTER May 05, 1823 in Giles County, Virginia, son of ROBERT HUNTER and MILLIE ATKINS.

More About BARBARY LUGAR:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

Notes for WILLIAM HUNTER:
Moved to Kanawha County, shortly after they were married (ca. 1830), and settled at Elk-Two Mile, where they erected a saw mill. William contracted a fever in 1862, and eventually died from it.

More About WILLIAM HUNTER:
Burial: December 1862, buried in "old" Hunter cemetery, Kanawha County, WV
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia
	
Children of BARBARY LUGAR and WILLIAM HUNTER are:
	i.	CLARISSA3 HUNTER, b. 1824, Giles County, Virginia; m. PRITT, Abt. 1842.

More About CLARISSA HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

	ii.	NANCY HUNTER, b. 1825.
	iii.	PRICILLA HUNTER, b. 1828, Giles County, Virginia; m. JESSE DURHAM, August 10, 1854.

More About PRICILLA HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

	iv.	SAMUEL E. HUNTER, b. 1829, Giles County, Virginia; d. 1895, Kanahwa County, West Virginia; m. MARY LOUISE ABBOTT, May 03, 1855, Kanahwa County, West Virginia.

More About SAMUEL E. HUNTER:
Burial: 1862, Captain WV Kanawha County Home Guards militia
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia
Residence: 1895, burie Hunter cemetery (old) base of Hunter Hill

	v.	ENOCH ALFRED HUNTER, b. July 1833; d. 1923; m. LOUISA ANGELINE TOLER, March 02, 1868, Kanahwa County, West Virginia.

More About ENOCH ALFRED HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia
Military service: Co. H  194th Ohio Volunteer Infantry

	vi.	MARGARET HUNTER, b. 1835.

More About MARGARET HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

	vii.	JOHN WILLIAM HUNTER, b. 1837; d. 1933, Kanawha County, (West) Virginia.

More About JOHN WILLIAM HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

	viii.	ELIZABETH HUNTER, b. 1841; m. JOSEPH BROWN, December 04, 1866.

More About ELIZABETH HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

Notes for JOSEPH BROWN:
[Brøderbund Family Archive #131, Ed. 1, Veterans' Schedules, U.S Selected States\Counties, 1890, Date of Import: Dec 30, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.131.1.1890.21]

Individual: Brown, Joseph
State: West Virginia
County: Nicholas Co.
Location: Beaver Township
Microfilm Page: 2


More About JOSEPH BROWN:
Burial: County/State: Nicholas Co., West Virginia1
Census: Page: 21
Residence: Location: Beaver Township1

	ix.	WILLIAM W. HUNTER, b. 1845; m. SARAH VICKERS, December 09, 1866.

More About WILLIAM W. HUNTER:
Census: September 02, 1850, District 29, Kanawha County, Virginia

5.  ADAM2 LUGAR (ADAM1) was born 1804.  He married ELIZABETH WILSON.

More About ADAM LUGAR:
Census: 1830, Giles County
	
Children of ADAM LUGAR and ELIZABETH WILSON are:
	i.	ANN3 LUGAR, b. 1821.
	ii.	JAMES W. LUGAR, b. 1829; d. June 23, 1897; m. MARY ANN GIVENS.

Notes for JAMES W. LUGAR:
Enlisted into the 22nd Virginia Infantry CSA. Transferred to the 46th Virginia Infantry CSA.

More About JAMES W. LUGAR:
Census: 1860, Craig County, Sinking Creek

	iii.	MARTHA LUGAR, b. 1830.
	iv.	MARY LUGAR, b. 1832.
	v.	PHYLISS LUGAR, b. 1834.
	vi.	CATHERINE LUGAR, b. 1836.
	vii.	SARAH LUGAR, b. 1837.
	viii.	JOHN LUGAR, b. 1838.

Notes for JOHN LUGAR:
enlisted into Company C, 22nd Virginia Infantry CSA. Wounded in Action at the Battle of Lewisburg, on May 23, 1862.

More About JOHN LUGAR:
Census: 1870, Craig County, Simonsville

	ix.	AMANDA F. LUGAR, b. 1839.
	x.	FLEMING LUGAR, b. 1850.


Endnotes

1.  Brøderbund Family Archive #131, Ed. 1, Veterans' Schedules, U.S Selected States\Counties, 1890, Date of Import: Dec 30, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.131.1.1890.21




Submitted by : backjudge1@centuryinter.net (John C. Dawson)
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