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David Benge

Taken in Clay County, Kentucky.

David Benge, born about 1760 in Virginia and died in 1854 in Clay County, Kentucky. A Revolutionary War Soldier (North Carolina Militia) and a soldier in the War of 1812 (Kentucky). This photo was sha ... show more

David Benge, born about 1760 in Virginia and died in 1854 in Clay County, Kentucky. A Revolutionary War Soldier (North Carolina Militia) and a soldier in the War of 1812 (Kentucky). This photo was shared with the family by [contact link].

Unknown User From NARA Revolutionary War Pension Record #S.38530, & War of 1812:
David "King David" Benge,born August 1757, AlbemarleVa,died 1834 son of THOMAS BENGE, Jr & SUSANNAH LEWIS.Enlisted in Rev War & War of 1812.Married LUCRETIA PERRY. They had 11 children. contact submitter for much more info.
Aug 14, 2004 · Reply
Gerri Hoskins I descend from the "King" David Benge line.
My GTGtGrs were "Bear Creek" Jim Bowling & Martha/Patsy Benge from Bear Creek, Clay Co., Kentucky(this was on my mother's side).
Gerri Hoskins
Jan 07, 2005 · Reply
Ladawn Buttery I am related some how to king david benge,, my great grandma and grandpa is barton and lucy buttery wich lucy is a child of 13 of Elihue allen and Mary amanda garland (allen) Elihue allen also had 3 other kid's with a woman named susan benge one named Flossie benge and can't remeber the other two names,, So am trying to find out how King david benge is realted to me or what would he be to me,, great great great etc grand pa or what,, or if king david is realated to the buttery side also,, Barton buttery's dad IS robert buttery and eva butter,, robert's buttery's dad is samuel buttery,, so please email me if some one can explain this better to me,, thanks leedawn
Sep 09, 2006 · Reply
Gary Rawlings King David was my gggggrandfather. Cool fellow. His grave is clearly marked and there is a road (a little one) named after him near Fogertown, Clay County, Ky. He was NOT an Indian, nor did he have Indian blood. I've got some interesting information about him. If I recall accurately (it's been awhile since I've read up on him) his brother married an Indian woman, the mother of the famous Cherokee, Sequoya (sp). See Don Chestnuts Genealogy Page at [external link] for great info about King David!
Jul 03, 2007 · Reply
Gary Rawlings King David was my gggggrandfather. Cool fellow. His grave is clearly marked and there is a road (a little one) named after him near Fogertown, Clay County, Ky. He was NOT an Indian, nor did he have Indian blood. I've got some interesting information about him. If I recall accurately (it's been awhile since I've read up on him) his brother married an Indian woman, the mother of the famous Cherokee, Sequoya (sp). See Don Chestnuts Genealogy Page at [external link] for great info about King David!
Jul 03, 2007 · Reply
James Arnett I also descend from King David Benge. He was my gggg grandfather- John David "Jackie" Benge my ggg grandfater - Martha Patsy Benge Bowling my gg grandmother - David Bowling my g grandfather - Sylvania Bowling Brewer my grandmother - Sally Brewer Arnett my mother. I just found out about my Benge connection about a year ago and would be interested in any info that you might have on the Benges or Bowlings.
Thanks,
James Arnett - [contact link]
Oct 16, 2008 · Reply
Jo Tanner My grandmother was Margarett Brown, her mother was Loada Robinson. Her father was John B Robinson whos father was Benjamin Robinson whose mother was Martha Patsy Benge whose father was John David "Jackie" Benge whose parents were "King" David Benge and mother Lucretia Perry. I believe this makes him my 7th Great Grandfather.
Feb 09, 2012 · Reply
Jo Tanner My grandmother was Margarett Brown, her mother was Loada Robinson. Her father was John B Robinson whos father was Benjamin Robinson whose mother was Martha Patsy Benge whose father was John David "Jackie" Benge whose parents were "King" David Benge and mother Lucretia Perry. I believe this makes him my 7th Great Grandfather.
Feb 09, 2012 · Reply
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