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  (b. abt. 1755, Crown Colony of Virginia   d. September 1823Giles Co., Tennessee, USA )  
Summary: Martha WARD was born abt. 1755 in , Crown Colony of Virginia. Martha WARD was the child of Rowland WARD and Rebecca Jane JONES

She married  Richard JONES .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Richard JONES  was born 9 May 1745 in , Virginia, USA .  He died 1805 in Robertson Co., Tennessee, USA .  He was the son of Peter JONES and Dorothy CHAMBERLAYNE (CHAMBERLAIN).

Martha WARD died September 1823 in Giles Co., Tennessee, USA.

m. (2) John Camp (1754-1820)

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Prior to 1788 - Crown Colony of Virginia
June 25, 1788 - Virginia becomes 10th U.S. state

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Martha WARD married flag  Richard JONES-- Place: 
Richard JONES was the son of Peter JONES and Dorothy CHAMBERLAYNE (CHAMBERLAIN)


flag  Sampson JONES (b.1772, , Crown Colony of Virginia  d. 5 September 1854, Barren County, Kentucky, USA)
m. Sarah (Sally) MILES 20 June 1793

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September 1823
Giles Co., Tennessee, USA

Martha is buried at: Elkton Cemetery Elkton Giles County Tennessee, USA

Added: 8/29/2016 2:05:59 PM

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