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"pp. 39-40; His Will giving the names of his children and
devising his estate, bearing date 5 Jun 1790 is recorded in the
Office of the county court. His children who married in the
county were Joel, Nancy, Martha, and Elizabeth. There were
eleven children in all.
Mary Motley Samuels, a granddaughter married David Castleman
Suggett of Scott County and the late Mrs. Sophronia Offutt, of
Midway, KY., was a dau of Manly Offutt, of the Citizens Bank of
Midway, is a son of Mrs. Sophronia Offutt.
The Dupuys were Huguenots and closely related to the Sublett,
Trabue and Wooldridge families who came to Woodford County about
the same time."
Bartholomew Dupuy Birth: 1732-- Henrico Co, King William Par,
VA; Death: 5 May 1790 -- Woodford Co. Spouse: Mary Motley;
Parents: John James Dupuy, Susan Levillain.
"There was a ten-year hiatus in the Parish register just prior
to John coming to America. Three of his known children did not
accompany him to America, but that was the time of the bubonic
plague in England, and many children died, evidence of which is
contained in the Parish Register. John and Edmund were granted
land on arrival in America, 50 acres for each individual in the
family, including children. Their land was in Charles City
county, VA on the South side of James River, the area later
becoming Prince George's county. Mary, daughter of Edmund,
married John Waller III and their descendants lived alongside
John's descendants for three generations along the Mataponie
River in New Kent Co., later King William Co., then Spotsylvania
The source for this information was Cavaliers & Pioneers, Patent
Bk 6 p.35 (arrival in America), p.146 John, and his brother,
Edmund, are listed with the names of their families.