Colonial Soldiers | Gilliams of Virginia

Colonial Soldiers
Updated March 31, 2016

Overview
The following was taken from Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck's Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. 1988.

First
Last
Date
Year
County
Memo
Charles
Gillham
11 Aug
1756
Augusta
List of Capt Willson’s Company, Records Relating to Virginia in the Public Record Office, London
John
Gillum, Jr.

1701/
1702
Charles City
Records Relating to Virginia in the Public Record Office, London
James
Guillum


Lunenburg
William Waller Hening’s Collection
Richard
Gillman
4 Jul
1704
New Kent
Lower Company of Foot under Command of Col. John Lightfoot, Records Relating to Virginia in the Public Record Office, London
John
Gillman
4 Jul
1704
New Kent
Lower Company of Foot under Command of Col. John Lightfoot, Records Relating to Virginia in the Public Record Office, London
William
Gilliam
13 Jul
1756
Stafford
William Gilliam, 20 Nov 1755, Stafford, 19, 5’6”, planter, Virginia, well made, short brown hair, dark complexion.
Hinta
Gillam
Dec
1702
Surry
List of Company of Foot under Capt. William Brown, Records Relating to Virginia in the Public Record Office, London
William
Gilliam, Jr.
11 May
1756
Sussex
County Militia Rosters
Joseph
Gillam
27 May
1755
Unknown
Joseph Gillam had no wounds and is, therefore allowed his pay only 27 May 1755.


Sources
  • Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck. Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. 1988.