Nicholas Reasoner, 16971771 (aged 74 years)

Name
Nicholas /Reasoner/
Given names
Nicholas
Surname
Reasoner
Name suffix
I
Birth about 1697 37 27
MarriageMary FromanView this family
1733 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a sonPeter Froman Reasoner
February 17, 1735 (aged 38 years)
Birth of a sonJacob Reasoner
1737 (aged 40 years)
Birth of a sonGarrett Reasoner
1739 (aged 42 years)

Birth of a daughterSusanna (Susan) Reasoner
1740 (aged 43 years)

Death of a daughterSusanna (Susan) Reasoner
1744 (aged 47 years)

Death of a wifeMary Froman
1757 (aged 60 years)
Death of a fatherGarrett Reisoneur
between 1700 and 1758 (aged 61 years)

Marriage of a childPeter Froman ReasonerMary (Mollie) SpeersView this family
about 1763 (aged 66 years)
Death of a motherMarie Baroness
between 1700 and 1764 (aged 67 years)

Marriage of a childJacob ReasonerCatherine ThompsonView this family
1764 (aged 67 years)

Death 1771 (aged 74 years)
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage
Marriage:
himself
16971771
Birth: about 1697 37 27Alsace, Germany
Death: 1771Patterson Creek, Hampshire, Virginia, USA
-6 years
elder brother
16901797
Birth: about 1690 30 20Germany
Death: 1797Duchess Co., New York, USA
6 years
elder brother
brother
Family with Mary Froman
himself
16971771
Birth: about 1697 37 27Alsace, Germany
Death: 1771Patterson Creek, Hampshire, Virginia, USA
wife
17051757
Birth: 1705 40 30Alsace, Germany
Death: 1757Patterson Creek, Hampshire, Virginia, USA
Marriage
Marriage: 1733Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, USA
2 years
son
6 years
daughter
-2 years
son
17371796
Birth: 1737 40 32Bucks Co., Pennsylvania, USA
Death: 1796Patterson Creek, Hampshire, Virginia, USA
3 years
son
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(Research):?? Died : 1772 ?? Married : 1739

Lived with brother Christopher Reasoner and his family until about 1725, then traveled to Pennsylvania (Bucks County) where he joined the Joist Hite Group. Left Pennsylvania in 1730/31 for Virginia. Resided in Prince George County, Maryland in 1747. On 23 October 1748, Nicholas purchased Lot #3 on Patterson Creek, Hampshire County, Virginia from Lord Fairfax. George Washington surveyed this area. General Washington would later in letters instruct his officers to bivouac (camp outdoors) their troops on Nicholas' plantation as a defense against French-inspired Indian attacks. Just 5 miles west of his home, on a stream called Mike's Run, lived Thomas Hanks, grandfather of Abraham Lincoln. Daniel Boone's wife Rebecca Bryan also grew up in this area.