Luckett, David

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  • Name Luckett, David 
    Born Port Tobacco, Charles Col. MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    SOLD 1 Jul 1789  Port Tobacco, Charles Col. MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID A4A4CD203E4E43B89521303AC448B67816A7 
    Person ID I9116  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 4 Oct 2009 

    Family Luckett, Susannah 
    Married 28 Jun 1788  Montgomery Co., MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID 13EDB3F5D6094FB79AEC083A72E7A5388BD3 
    Children 
     1. Luckett, Juliet,   b. Port Tobacco, Charles Col. MD Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 17 Feb 1836
     2. Luckett, Catherine
    Last Modified 4 Oct 2009 
    Family ID F6610  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - - Port Tobacco, Charles Col. MD Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 28 Jun 1788 - Montgomery Co., MD Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • Ancestry WOrld Tree http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=capenoch&id=I157599

      ID: I157599
      Name: David Luckett
      Prefix: Lt.
      Sex: M
      Note:
      "David Luckett, son of Ignatius and Margaret Luckett, was born in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County. On January 26, 1780, David Luckett was commissioned an ensign of the Third Maryland Regiment, commanded by Colonel Peter Adams. By April 7, of the same year, he had been promoted to Lieutenant to fill the vacancy caused by the advancement of Alexander Roxborough. He was later transferred to the Second Maryland Regiment, owing to the reorganization of the Army in 1783. Towards the close of the war, he was stationed around Fort Pitt and was engaged in guarding the frontier against Indian attacks. He was in service as late as 1785.8 He was honored with membership in the hereditary Society of the Cincinnati.

      "After the war he married his cousin, Susannah, the daughter of William and Charity Luckett. The license was secured in Montgomery County on June 28, 1788.

      "Children of David and Susannah Luckett:
      1. William Gassan Luckett married Patsey, dau. of Abraham Steel. License Sept. 12, 1816, Shelby Co., Ky.
      2. David Lawson Luckett married Huldal, dau. of James Bartlett. License June 17, 1818, Henry Co., Ky.
      3. Juliet Luckett married James Simpson. License Nov. 3, 1803, Montg. Co., Md.
      4. Catherine Luckett married Greenbury Simpson.
      5. Luther Luckett.

      "On August 7, 1788, Samuel Luckett, David Luckett, and Lawson Luckett, all of Charles County, "whereas Ignatius Luckett of Charles County, deceased, father to the above three was seized of a portion of Luckett's Addition, portion of Luckett's Hazzard, Luckett's Slipe, and Luckett's Chance by will devised the named tracts for the use of his wife Margaret during her natural life, then to his three sons" agreed to a petition of the landed estate.

      "On July 1, 1789, David Luckett, of Charles County, Gent., deeded to John Beale Turner for œ500 lot numbered 45 in Port Tobacco. On the same day he deeded another portion of lot 45 to Ignatius Simpson, Innkeeper, of Charles County, that portion adjoining Robert Ferguson's storehouse. Susannah his wife on both deeds waived her dower.

      "On February 5, 1796, David Luckett, of Montgomery County, purchased from Thomas Noland and Mary Eleanor his wife their share of "Ellis Chance" and "Allision's Adventure" which had been devised by Captain William Luckett in his will to his five daughters. On May 16, same year, Thomas Offut and Elizabeth his wife conveyed to David Luckett their share of the above-named tracts.

      "On July 1, 1798, David Luckett, of Montgomery County, deeded to Richard Bennett Hall, of Prince Georges County, "Resurvey on Allison Adventure" and a portion of "Pleasant Plains". Susannah Luckett his wife acknowledged the conveyance. David Luckett died in Montgomery County.

      "On March 19, 1819, Joshua White, of Montgomery County, instituted action in the court of Chancery against William G. Luckett, David L. Luckett, James Simpson and Juliet his wife, and Greenbury Simpson and Catherine his wife, all of Kentucky, for a defective conveyance of certain lands in Montgomery County for which he had paid them $3,112.

      "On April 5, 1824, the heirs of David Luckett--William G. Luckett, Luther Luckett, David L. Luckett, Juliet Simpson and Catherine Simpson -- all of Kentucky appointed David White, then a member of Congress, from Kentucky, their attorney to negotiate their claims to bounty land in right of their deceased father's services "who died many years ago in Maryland and who was an officer in the Revolution". James Simpson, of Gallatin Co., Kentucky, certified to the rightful heirs. Accordingly, they were granted Bounty Land warrant no. 1086, of 200 acres."
      Birth: ABT 1744 in Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland
      Death: AFT 1798 in Montgomery County, Maryland?

      ??Father: Ignatius Luckett b: ABT 1720 in Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland ?Mother: Margaret McCane b: ABT 1725 in Port Tobacco, Charles County, Maryland



      Marriage 1 Susannah Luckett b: ABT 1742
      • Married: 28 JUN 1788 in Montgomery County, Maryland
      Children
      1. William Gassan Luckett b: in Montgomery County, Maryland
      2. David Lawson Luckett b: in Montgomery County, Maryland
      3. Juliet Luckett b: in Montgomery County, Maryland
      4. Catherine Luckett b: in Montgomery County, Maryland
      5. Luther Luckett b: in Montgomery County, Maryland