Demilia “Milla” BROYLES1800

Name
Demilia “Milla” BROYLES
Given names
Demilia
Nickname
Milla
Surname
BROYLES
Married name
Demilia Gann
Birth of a sisterAnne BROYLES
about 1758
Death of a paternal grandfatherHans Jacob BROYLES
May 18, 1763
Birth of a sisterJemina BROYLES
1765
Birth of a brotherAaron BROYLES
June 7, 1767
Birth of a brotherJoshua BROYLES
about 1772
Birth of a sisterMary BROYLES
January 23, 1776
Birth of a son
#1
Ezekiel PAINTER
June 16, 1776

Birth of a son
#2
Ezekiel PAINTER
June 16, 1776
Note: From John's GERMANNA NOTES on Culpepper Co GENWEN site:
Birth of a son
#3
John PAINTER
1781

Death of a motherMary
before 1782

Death of a fatherAdam BROYLES
1782
Note: Conrad Wilhite witnessed the following will in Washington Co, TN: Adam Broyles, 19 April, 1782 sick of body; to Moses Broyles, my first born son, land, out of that bought of Joseph Ballard, on the south side of Little Limestone; to my sons Aron and Joshua Broyles, the land I now live; to my daughter Mille Panther, land bought of George Doherty to Minna Broyles; my daughter Mary Broyles; my daughter Anne Brown, negros and Kentucky land to be divided. Executors: my friends Joseph Brown, Moses Broyles and William Moore. Witnesses: John (X) Waddile, Conrad Willhight. Matthias (X) Broyles.
Birth of a son
#4
William PAINTER
February 16, 1784

Birth of a son
#5
Adam PAINTER
1786

Birth of a son
#6
David PAINTER
October 3, 1786

Birth of a daughter
#7
Sarah (Sally) PAINTER
1791
Birth of a son
#8
Philip PAINTER
1795

Birth of a son
#9
Jesse PAINTER
1797

Death after 1800

Note: Demilia was still alive in 1800 according to lawsuit filed in KY.
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: about 1754Culpepper Co VA
brother
4 years
sister
8 years
sister
2 years
brother
6 years
brother
4 years
sister
Family with Adam PAINTER - View family
husband
son
6 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
son
9 months
son
5 years
daughter
5 years
son
3 years
son
Adam PAINTER + Elizabeth - View family
husband
husband’s wife
step-daughter
step-son
2 years
step-son

Death

Demilia was still alive in 1800 according to lawsuit filed in KY.

Apr 1800 - At a Chancery Court held in Fleming Co., KY, the heirs of Adam Bryles, deceased, bring suit against William Wilson and Michael Cassidy. The suit mentions the 1500 acres of land that was entered by Adam Broyles in 1780. The named heirs are Joshua Broyles, William Goucher and wife Mary, Aaron Broyles, Adam Panther and wife Milley, Hugh Brown and wife Jemima. [60]

Note

Adam took communion at the Lutheran church on Christmas Day 1775, on Easter of 1776, Pentecost of 1776, and Christmas of 1776. Demilia was there on Easter of 1776 (when she was confirmed), and on Christmas of 1776. From the baptismal register we find that Adam and Demilia were husband and wife, for Hezeckiel, their son, was baptized on 28 Jul 1776. The boy had been born 16 Jun.

Note

From ancestry.com:

GERMANNA Families-05 Jan 2008

Name: Adam BROYLES Given Name: Adam Surname: BROYLES Sex: M

Change Date: 22 Oct 2007 Note: Adam moved to Washington Co., Tennessee. (At the time he moved, that part of Tennessee was still a part of North Carolina, since Tennessee did not become a state until 1796. In his will dated 19 April 1782, he mentions three sons, Moses, Aaron, and Joshua, and four daughters, Anne, Milla, Jemima, and Mary. Of the sons, Moses either did not accompany his father to Tennessee, or returned at a later date to Virginia, in which state he left descendants.

and another post on 2 Nov 2007:

Will: 19 MAY 1782 Milla Inherits 200 acres from her father, Adam BROYLES, in Washington County, Tenn.

DeathSurvey Notes For Adam Broyles' Land in Fleming Co KYSurvey Notes For Adam Broyles' Land in Fleming Co KY
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