Information on this page from Windows Into Our Past, A Genealogy of the Parsons, Smith and Associated Families, Vol. 1 ©1996, Judy Parsons Smith
Revolutionary War Service:
January 9, 17777 IXX 26 (3) - Hix, Nathaniel Receiptto Captainfor 18 pounds and 2 shillings for wages Joseph Martin
In 1782, he furnished supplies for the Militia in
Powell Valley, and was allowed 1 pound, ten shillings for forage for the use of the Washington County Militia in . 1783 (OBK 1-193) 305 pounds beef for use Washington Militia in Powell Valley . Powell Valley
the pay abstract of militia from
Aug 1792 Nath’l Hix , Serg’t Serv’d 2 mon 6 days, pd for services by
. A. Lewis
1793 Nath. Hicks ,
Serg’t8 Sept, thime in 2 mon 6 days, pay per month $7, total pay $15.40.
, d. 1810, Washington County, VA; m. 1777/1778, Washington County, VA t o Jean
, widow of Isaac Chrisman
, daughter of Samuel & Ann Scott
of Ireland, d. 1825, Lee County, VA.
1. Frances ‘Fanny’ Hicks
, daughter of Nathaniel & Jane (Scott)
, b. 26 Nov 1778, Washington County, VA; d. 15 Apr 1861, Lee County, VA; m 1st
; m 2nd John Russell, Sr.
Jane Ely, b. 10 May 1800; d. 4 Jan 1870, , VA; m. Lee County . See Ely & Smyth. John Smyth