Person:James Collier

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James Collier


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 American Revolutionary Soldier

Born:October 13, 1757, Virginia
Died:August, 1832, Madison County, AL
Buried:Family burial ground in Collier plantation near Triana, Madison County, AL

Notes:

•  Married Elizabeth Bouldin, July 3, 1788, daughter of James Bouldin and Sally Watkins of Charlotte County, VA. (Elizabeth Bouldin born Feb. 13, 1763, Charlotte, VA, and died Feb. 23, 1828, Madison, AL) - Ancestry.com

•  Father of:

1. Bouldin Carter Collier, 1789
2. Wyatt Collier, 1791 - 1856
3. Martha Watkins Collier, 1793 - 1867
4. James Bouldin Collier, 1795 - 1839
5. Eliza Wyatt Collier, 1797 - 1856
6. William Edward Collier, 1799 - 1833
7. Henry Watkins Collier, 1801 - 1855
8. Thomas Bouldin Collier, 1803 - 1869
9. Charles Ephraim Collier, 1805 - 1888
10. Alfred A Collier, 1807 - 1808 - Ancestry.com

•  Married Elizabeth Bouldin, July 3, 1788, daughter of James Bouldin and Sally Watkins of Charlotte County, VA. - Family

•  "He followed his sons (1818) to the territory of Alabama, his older sons having settled in that part of the Mississippi Territory, now Alabama, in 1812. He settled on a large plantation in Madison County, where he lived and died." - Mell

•  Revolutionary War Soldier: Sgt. Cavalry, Virginia Continental Line - Patriot Database


Related Links:
•  AL State Archives - Collection of information including the Obituary
•  Ancestry.com - Page owned by HReinoehl and requires Ancestry.com membership to view.
•  Family - Collection of information collected and written by Darrin Lythgoe 2001-2012.
•  Mell - Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Alabama by Annie R. Mell, © 1004, pp. 536-7.
•  Patriot Database - Alabama's Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots Database on the Resources tab of the Alabama Society of the Sons of the American Revolution website.
•  Sons of the American Revolution - Valley Chapter Alabama Society of Sons of the American Revolution - List of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots Buried in Madison County, Alabama.




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