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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Frederick A. Ashbaugh: Birth: BET 1792 AND 1795 in Pennsylvania. Death: 22 JAN 1865 in Illinois

  2. John Ashbaugh: Birth: 16 MAR 1794 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD. Death: 13 JUL 1853 in Hart Co., KY

  3. Christopher Columbus Ashbaugh: Birth: 22 MAR 1800 in Bullitt Co., KY. Death: 28 APR 1870 in Waverly, Morgan Co., IL

  4. Sophia Ashbaugh: Birth: 1804 in Kentucky.

  5. Artemesia Ashbaugh: Birth: 22 FEB 1804 in Bullitt Co., KY. Death: 1 FEB 1875 in near Waverly, Morgan Co., IL

  6. James Christopher Ashbaugh: Birth: JAN 1808 in Nelson Co., KY. Death: 27 JAN 1876 in Nelson Co., KY

  7. Henry Ashbaugh: Birth: ABT 1810 in Hagerstown, Washington Co., MD.

  8. William Ashbaugh: Birth: BET 1813 AND 1814 in Nelson Co., KY.


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. James Kirkpatrick: Birth: ABT 1792.


Notes
a. Note:   NI0159
Note:   Born in Columbia or Huntington County, PA Possible death in Hardin Co, KY David appears in Washington Co, MD on Oct 3, 1792, involved in a coroner's suit. The exact causes and outcome of the case are not to be found, since only an index of Court actions was kept at the time. These indexes were removed from Washington Co, MD sometime after 1794, but prior to 1809 and were taken to Nelson Co. KY. David married Catherine Shoptaugh, b 1775 in Washington Co. MD, daughter of John Shoptaugh, in 1793, and listed as living in Berkly Co., Md area; this was within VA, but is now located in WVA. It is believed the wedding took place in the Shanandoah Valley, where both the Ashbaugh & Shoptaughs had connections. Catherine was known as "Katie" and was supposed to have disappeared about 1812. Some family descendants claim she left David to go off with another, and that along the way she had been involved in several marriages. Other descendants claim she was carried off during the Indian and local fighting that accompanied the war. After her disappearance in 1812, David remarried in 1813 to a widow named Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, date and location unknown. Elizabeth had a son, James Kirkpatrick, who was of age in 1813. By 1820 David was listed as living in Grayson Co. KY, where he became a landowner. (Grayson and neighboring Heart Co lost all their records in a courthouse fire.)


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