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William Maples 54

  • Born: 15 Jun 1727, New London County, CT 54
  • Marriage: Prudence Comstock in 1747 in New London County, CT 54
  • Died: 1810, Grainger County, Tennessee aged 83 54

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[Genealogy.com, LLC WFT Vol. 44, Ed. 1, Tree #0963, Date of Import: Jun 5, 2002]

Land records show that Wilson and Sarah owned land on the East Fork of Little Pigeon River, Tennessee in 1807. Wilson Maples was a Captain in the War of 1812. He was drafted at Sevierville, Tennessee, in November 1814. He was Captain of 5th Regiment of East Tennessee Militia Infantry. Records state that he was discharged because of sickness, but papers of others in the family record Wilson Maples was wounded. Wilson died in 1815. His widow, Sarah, received pension and bounty land.


William married Prudence Comstock, daughter of Daniel Comstock and Elizabeth Avery, in 1747 in New London County, CT.54 (Prudence Comstock was born in 1732 in New London County, CT 54 and died in 1815 in Grainger County, Tennessee 54.)

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