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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Gum: Birth: ABT 1738 in Sussex Co, Delaware; K Roberts. Death: 1798 in Green Co, KY

  2. Jesse Gum: Birth: ABT 1739. Death: 10 JUN 1825 in Monroe Co, KY; D Holland

  3. Abraham Gum: Birth: ABT 1740. Death: UNKNOWN

  4. Shepherd Gum: Birth: ABT 1741. Death: UNKNOWN

  5. Comfort Gum: Birth: ABT 1742. Death: BEF 1840 in Hocking Twp, Fairfield Co, OH

  6. Jehu Gum: Birth: ABT 1743. Death: DEC 1806 in Hardin Co, KY

  7. Norton Gum: Birth: ABT 1744. Death: 1789 in Rockingham Co, VA

  8. Claypool Gum: Birth: ABT 1745. Death: ABT 1777 in Revolutionary War; D Holland


Sources
1. Title:   Descendants of Roger Gum
Author:   Fink, Karen ([email protected]@net-magic.net)
Publication:   4 Feb 2000

Notes
a. Note:   From "Leaves from the Gum Tree" by Muriel Martens Hoffman, 1984 p. 39: Jacob Gum came to Augusta Co (now Rockingham Co), VA in 1743. --------------- From: Don Holland ([email protected]@aol.com) February 13, 2002 I have Jacob being born in Lewes, Sussex Co., De. and d. Oct. 27, 178 married July 13, 1792 Woodford Co., Ky. Nancy Simpson b. abt 1774 in Va. d. bef Jun1, 1860 Monroe Co., Ky. Norton Gum married Eleanor McElwain b. 1756 d. 1796 Claypool Gum was killed in the Revolutionary War. 3/8/02March 24, 1783--William Dunlap v John Whitehouse, Jacob Gum, Jehue Gum has 32 shillings to the estate of John Whitehouse. Debt of 3-4-6 to be paid to the Plaintiff. (Bk. 1, p. 259) (Rockingham County Minute Books) From: Lynn Sewell ( ) October 19, 2002 On the DAR Patriot Index Abrham Gum bd circa 1755 dd VA before q-1806 Cpl Married to Priscilla Callahan and Priscilla Wade Isaac Gum bd bef 1783 dd VA PVT p 1796 wife Jance McBride Micheal Gum bd ca 1745 Pvt PA dd Pa 10-1815 Wife Catherine X Jacob Gum 2d bd DE 1735-40 PVT dd KY bef 11-20-1798 wifes Unkown Denver and Margret McComas No listing for Norton-either he fought on the other side or did not have any descendents. From: Don Holland ([email protected]@aol.com) October 20, 2002 I received the notice about the Revolutionary War and the Gums. The only thing that I have on them is from the book "Leaves From The Gum Tree" by Muriel Martens Hoffman. On page 43 this is the paragraph that is quoted: Known children of Jacob and Sarah Claypool Gum are Jacob; Abraham; Jehu; Norton; Comfort; Claypool; Shepherd; and Jesse. Records of another suit involving Jacob Gum and Jehue Gum lead us to believe that Jehue was the oldest living son in Virginia in 1783. His older brother, Jacob Gum, Jr. had gone to Kentucky abut 1779. He could have been a namesake of his mother's brother Jehu Claypool. Another brother, Claypool (Claypole) Gum had died during the Revolutionary War, leaving a widow and two infants. End Quote.


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