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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: John Hampton Note Born: Abt 1743 at Virginia Married: Died: 18 Oct 1808 at Newberry District, South Carolina Other Spouses: Nancy Jackson
Father: Anthony Hampton Mother: Mary Preston
WIFE
Name: Margaret Winn Born: Abt 1757 Died: 12 Oct 1808 at Lexington, South Carolina Father: William Winn Mother: Rosamond Hampton
CHILDREN
Name: Ann Hampton Born: Abt 1765 Died: Husband: John Simms
NOTES
1). HAMPTON, John Brother of Richard Hampton uncle of Wade H ampton, 1791 1858 granduncle of Wade Hampton, 1818 1902 , Senator from Lower District between Broad and Saluda Rive rs and from Newberry District.Born in Virginia, the son of Anthony Hampton and Elizabe th Preston. Educated. Came to South Carolina from Virgini a in 1774. Settled on Enoree River. During Revolutionary Wa r, captain and major of militia, 1780 82. Married Margare t Winn, niece of John Winn. After war, settled at Beaufor t for a few years removed to plantation in fork between Saluda and Broad Rivers in Ne wberry later Lexington District. Justice of peace. Justic e of quorum. County court judge. Commissioner for opening n avigation of Broad River. Commissioner of roads. Company t o improve navigation on Broad and Pacolet Rivers, 1788. Ta x collector, Lower District, 1786 87. Delegate from the Low er District to the state convention to ratify the Federal Constitution, 1788 vote d against ratification. S. C. House of Representatives , District between Savannah River and North Fork of the Edi sto River, 1778 80 Lower District between Broad and Salud a Rivers, 1784 86 Newberry, 1802 04. S. C. Senate, Lower D istrict, 1786 90 Newberry, 1790 1800, 1804 08. Died, in of fice as Senator October 18, 1808, at his home in Newberry D istrict.

						


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