Samuel Dishman1

ID #852, (circa 1749 - circa June 1807)

Parents:

Father: Peter Dishman2,3 b. c 1718, d. c Nov 1763
Mother: Sarah (?)4 b. s 1730, d. a Jun 1773

Key Events

EventDateDescription
Birthcirca 1749He was born circa 1749 in Essex County, Virginia.1
Deathcirca Jun 1807He died circa Jun 1807 in Essex County, Virginia.5
Probate15 Jun 1807His estate was probated on 15 Jun 1807 in Essex County, Virginia.6

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Other Events

EventDateDescription
Never MarrHe never married.1
Tax List1787He appeared on the Tax List of 1787 in Essex County, Virginia.7
Court Chancery17 Dec 1798He was a defendant in a Chancery Court case on 17 Dec 1798 in Essex County, Virginia. In his will, Samuel Dishman (d. 1726) left his land in Essex County to his sons David and Peter, to be equally divided. David did not take possession of his share of the land, and Peter maintained possession of the entire property. David died without mentioning the land in his will. David's heirs sued Peter's son Samuel, who was then in possession of the land, for their share.8
Will8 Apr 1807He made a will on 8 Apr 1807 in Essex County, Virginia.6

 

Other information

Relationships:
Grandson of Samuel Duchemin
1st cousin 4 times removed of James Samuel Dishman
Last Edited: 28 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S106] Dishman Family, Informal Genealogical Notes Personal papers of James Dallas Dishman, Chart 4.
  2. [S280] Dishman et al v. Dishman, Essex County Chancery Court Records, (21 Dec 1798): eldest son of Peter Dishman, County Clerk's Office.
  3. [S305] Essex County Order Book, No. 28 (1770-1773), pp. 424-425, 21 Dec 1772, order regarding the division of Peter Dishman's estate, refers to "Samuel Dishman his eldest son."
  4. [S305] Essex County Order Book, No. 28 (1770-1773), pp. 424-425, 21 Dec 1772, order regarding the division of Peter Dishman's estate, refers to "Sarah Dishman widow and relic of Peter Dishman dec'd" and "Samuel Dishman his eldest son."
  5. [S221] Will - Samuel Dishman (1807), Will Book 17 (1806-1814), pp. 18-19. Death occurred between will and probate dates.
  6. [S221] Will - Samuel Dishman (1807), Will Book 17 (1806-1814), pp. 18-19.
  7. [S118] Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene Speakman Love, 1787 Virginia Census, p. 1346.
  8. [S280] Dishman et al v. Dishman, Essex County Chancery Court Records, (21 Dec 1798), County Clerk's Office.
 

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