They came with their children to Madison County, KY in the immigration with Christopher Harris. Jame…

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They came with their children to Madison County, KY in the immigration with Christopher Harris. James Martin died in Madison County, KY about the first of the year 1799, having first made and published his last will and testament, which bears date July 5, 1796, probated March 5, 1799, and his wife Sarah and sons, William, Tyre and Robert Martin were appointed executrix and executors, (Will book A. page 192) when this will was written they had a grand-son, David Martin, son of his deceased son, James Martin.

James Martin Will: To son, Azariah, land partly in Clark Co; son Christopher, land in Clark; son David, land in Clark; three sons, William, Tyree, Robert, tract bought of Laurence Thompson; son William; sons Hudson and Nathan; wife Sarah; grandson David, son of son James, deceased; son-in-law, Pleasant Profitt and his wife Mary. Executors: wife and sons Wm., Tyree, and Robt.

Written 5 Jul 1796. Witn: James, French, Green Clay. Probated March 1799. Will in Kentucky Records, Vol II, Madison County Estates, pg.
66.

James Martin served in the Albemarle Company of Militia, "lately in actual service for the defence and protection of the frontier against the Indians, September, 1758" along with James Nevill, Captain John Woods, Lieut. William Woods, Ensign David Martin, Ensign Andrew Greer, Sergeant Charles Wakefield, Sergeant William Martin, [and] Sergeant Samuel Stockton. " Hening's Statutes, VII, 203

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