Name: James BOBBITT Jr
Given Name: James
BIOGRAPHY: From The Bobbitt Family in America by John W. Bobbitt
Change Date: 1 Jan 2001 at 04:44:22
BIOGRAPHY: James Bobbitt Junior served in the Revolutionary War under his brother Captain William Bobbitt. The federal government set aside a large tract of land in Kentucky and Tennessee to be granted to men who served in the war of the revolution. James Bobbitt received 200 acres of land on Buck Creek, on October 27, 1798 in what was then Lincoln County, Kentucky and is today Pulaski County. Book 26, page 365. This land grant completely changed the life of James Bobbitt Junior.
BIOGRAPHY: Shortly after James Bobbitt received the land grant located in Pulaski County, Kentucky, he and his family moved from Virginia. Many relatives moved with James, mostly the McKenzies, his sister, Jane Bobbitt Morgan, various members of the Williams family and others from the Grayson County area.
Father: James BOBBITT b: 1707 in Rocky Run, Prince George County, Va
Mother: Elizabeth DALTON b: in 1709