William Dishman1

ID #708, (circa 1740 - circa June 1810)

Parents:

Father: James Dishman Sr.2 b. 1712, d. 1800
Mother: Mary Weedon3 b. c 1714

Key Events

EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1740He was born circa 1740 in King George County, Virginia.4
Marriagecirca 1765He married Ann Monroe circa 1765.5,4
Deathcirca Jun 1810He died circa Jun 1810 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.6
Probate23 Jul 1810His estate was probated on 23 Jul 1810 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.6

Children with Ann Monroe:

Jane Dishman9
James Dishman+9 (bt 1766 - 1784 - 1821)
William Dishman9 (bt 1766 - 1784 - c Dec 1810)
Mary Dishman+9 (1767 - c Aug 1858)
Nancy Ann Dishman+9 (7 Mar 1775 - 22 Feb 1814)

Note - Living persons are excluded from this website so not all marriages or children may be listed above.

Other Events

EventDateDescription
Will25 Nov 1790He was named executor and an heir in the will of James Dishman Sr. dated 25 Nov 1790 in King George County, Virginia.7
Will23 May 1810He made a will on 23 May 1810 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.8

 

Other information

Relationships:
Grandson of Samuel Duchemin
2nd great-granduncle of James Samuel Dishman
Last Edited: 11 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S133] James Dishman, Sr. will (1800), Will Book 2, page 271. James Dishman Sr. names his son William Dishman.
  2. [S133] James Dishman, Sr. will (1800), Will Book 2, page 271. James Dishman Sr. names him as a son in his will.
  3. [S33] Assumptions: Named as a son in the will of his father James Dishman Sr., and Mary Weedon was the only known spouse of James Dishman Sr., so she is assumed to be his mother.
  4. [S159] Berryman Lineage Charts, online http://pages.prodigy.net/berryman2/_wsn/page9.html. Berryman Lineage Chart 4.
  5. [S182] Dishman-Hagey Correspondence, 1985-1993 Personal papers of James Dallas Dishman, letter, William A. Hagey to James D. Dishman, dated 30 Dec 1986. States that "While on the Monroe subject, I should tell you that Rachel (Piper) Monroe’s will (not recorded in Will Book in Westmoreland) was found among loose papers by George H. S. King. I received copy of will from Va. Historical Society, which does in fact name “ANNE DISHMAN” as daughter of Rachel – i.e., Anne Monroe who, about 1765, married Wm. Dishman (ca. 1740-1810), son of James Dishman (1712-1800)."
  6. [S346] Genealogical papers of William Anderson Hagey, ca. 1940-1998, Virginia Historical Society, Box 2, file 114, "Dishman, James (1712-1800) and Mary (Weedon), 2 of 5", cites will of William Dishman Sr. dated 23 May 1810, proved 23 Jul 1810 in Westmoreland Co., Va, Westmoreland Deeds and Wills Book 22, p. 106, names son James Dishman, son William Dishman, daughter Ann Bryant, granddaughter Ann Monroe Massey, and daughter Mary Massey.
  7. [S133] James Dishman, Sr. will (1800), Will Book 2, page 271.
  8. [S346] Genealogical papers of William Anderson Hagey, ca. 1940-1998, Virginia Historical Society, box 2, file 114, "Dishman, James (1712-1800) and Mary (Weedon), 2 of 5", cites will of William Dishman Sr. dated 23 May 1810, proved 23 Jul 1810 in Westmoreland Co., Va, Westmoreland Deeds and Wills Book 22, p. 106, names son James Dishman, son William Dishman, daughter Ann Bryant, granddaughter Ann Monroe Massey, and daughter Mary Massey.
  9. [S106] Dishman Family, Informal Genealogical Notes Personal papers of James Dallas Dishman, Chart 1.
 

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