John Dishman1

ID #710, (before 1755 - circa September 1824)

Parents:

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

Key Events

EventDateDescription
Birthbefore 1755He was born before 1755 in King George County, Virginia.4,5,6
Deathcirca Sep 1824He died circa Sep 1824 in King George County, Virginia.7
Probate7 Oct 1824His estate was probated on 7 Oct 1824 in King George County, Virginia.8

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Other Events

EventDateDescription
Never MarrHe never married.9
Tax List1787He appeared on the Tax List of 1787 in King George County, Virginia.10
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.11
Census18004 Aug 1800He was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 census in King George County, Virginia.12
Will13 Jun 1808He was mentioned in the will of James Dishman Jr. dated 13 Jun 1808 in King George County, Virginia.13
Census18106 Aug 1810He was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 census in King George County, Virginia. No other persons are in the household.14
Tax List1815He appeared on the Tax List of 1815 in King George County, Virginia.15
Census18207 Aug 1820He was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 census in King George County, Virginia. No other persons are in the household.16
Will28 May 1824He made a will on 28 May 1824 in King George County, Virginia.17

 

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 John 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. [S38] 1810 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), King George County, Virginia, p. 236, line 2 (Online: Ancestry.com, Inc.).
  5. [S37] William L. Deyo, King George County 1800 Census, entry 352.
  6. [S118] Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene Speakman Love, 1787 Virginia Census, p. 370, father James Dishman charged with tax, age at least 21.
  7. [S346] Genealogical papers of William Anderson Hagey, ca. 1940-1998, Virginia Historical Society, box 2, file 115, "Dishman, James (1712-1800) and Mary (Weedon), 3 of 5", cites will of John Dishman Sr. dated 18 May 1824, codicil 28 May 1824, proved 7 Oct 1824 in King George County, Va (KGC Will Book 3, p. 249). Death likely occured the month prior to probate.
  8. [S346] Genealogical papers of William Anderson Hagey, ca. 1940-1998, Virginia Historical Society, box 2, file 115, "Dishman, James (1712-1800) and Mary (Weedon), 3 of 5", cites will of John Dishman Sr. dated 18 May 1824, codicil 28 May 1824, proved 7 Oct 1824 in King George County, Va (KGC Will Book 3, p. 249).
  9. [S33] Assumptions: No records of a marriage have been located, no females are inhis household in the 1800, 1810, and 1820 censuses, and he had no known issue.
  10. [S118] Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene Speakman Love, 1787 Virginia Census, p. 370, his age was over 21 and his father James Dishman was charged with the tax.
  11. [S133] James Dishman, Sr. will (1800), Will Book 2, page 271.
  12. [S37] William L. Deyo, King George County 1800 Census, entry 352, assumed to be other male over 45 living in household of brother John Dishman.
  13. [S223] James Dishman will (1808), Will Book 3, page 57.
  14. [S38] 1810 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), King George County, Virginia, John Dishman household (Online: Ancestry.com, Inc.), image 10 of 37.
  15. [S205] Roger G. Ward, 1815 Directory of VA Landowners, p. 106, location given as Ridge Road.
  16. [S39] 1820 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule), King George County, Virginia, p. 121, line 8, John Dishman household (Online: Ancestry.com, Inc.), image 3 of 9.
  17. [S346] Genealogical papers of William Anderson Hagey, ca. 1940-1998, Virginia Historical Society, box 2, file 115, "Dishman, James (1712-1800) and Mary (Weedon), 3 of 5", cites will of John Dishman Sr. dated 18 May 1824, codicil 28 May 1824, proved 7 Oct 1824 in King George County, Va (KGC Will Book 3, p. 249), names William J. Dishman (all lands in KGC), Ann M. Edwards, Frances Ann Dishman, Susan B. Dishman, Kitty S. Spilman, John S. Bryan, John Bryan and Lovell Bryan, Austin Suttle (son of my niece Sarah Suttle), James D. Bryan and William Bryan, John Dishman Jr., balance of estate to be equally divided between John Bryan, Lovell Bryan Sr., James Baker, Mary Massey and daughter Ann M. Edwards, Mary W. Suttle, and Mary Rollings; James Baker and John Bryan executors.
 

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