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Maj. William BROADDUS
Martha SLAUGHTER
Martha RICHARDSON
Husband:  William BROADDUS / BROADUS, Jr.
Birth:  1755, Culpeper Co., VA
Death:  7 Oct 1830, Jefferson Co., VA
Military Service:  Revolutionary War:  Lt. in Col. George Gibson's Rgmt., Virginia Line
Father:  William BROADDUS
Mother:  Catherine GAINES
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Martha SLAUGHTER
Birth:  ca. 1759
Other Spouse:  m1. Capt. Gabriel JONES
Father:  Col. Robert SLAUGHTER
Mother:  Mary SMITH
Marriage-2:  2 Nov 1805, Hanover Co., VA
Wife-2:  Martha RICHARDSON
Children with Martha (SLAUGHTER) JONES:
  1.  William BROADDUS III
  2.  Harriet BROADDUS; d.s.p.; m. John BROOD? (sic)
  3.  Mary Juliet BROADDUS; m. Henry WARD; issue:  Henry William WARD, Philip Woodville WARD
  4.  Sarah Ann BROADDUS, b. 1786/7, 78 yrs old in 1865
  5.  Catherine Wigginton "Kitty" BROADDUS, b. 2/9 Feb 1790 
  6.  Martha Slaughter "Patsy" BROADDUS, b. ca. 1796 

Sarah is said to be a daughter of Martha RICHARDSON, but her birthyear clearly makes her a daughter of Martha SLAUGHTER.  Or was her age in 1865 inflated?

Children with Martha RICHARDSON:
  7.  Maria E. BROADDUS
  8.  Lavinia D. BROADDUS
  9.  Richardson BROADDUS
10.  (Child) BROADDUS
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Sources:

1.  Virgil D. White.  1990.  Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files.  National Historical Pub. Co., Waynesboro, TN.  On p. 393 (as cited by "Noreen" in Message #97 in the Broaddus Family Genealogy Forum online at GenForum):
BROADUS, William, Martha R. W8396, BLW #1875-200 also VA 1/2 Pay, VA Line, sol appl 23 Feb 1830 Jefferson Cty VA a res of Harper's Ferry VA, sol m his 2nd wife Martha Richardson on 5 Nov 1805 in Hanover Cty VA, wid appl 9 Feb 1863, sol had 5 children by his 1st wife (not named), towit; William Broadus, Harriet who m John Brood ?[sic] & left no issue, Juliet who m Henry Ward & left children William Henry & Philip Woodville Ward, Kitty who m William Thompson & left children Richard, Martha, Mary & William Thompson & sol's daughter Patsey who m Merriweather Thompson, sol & 2nd wife had 5 children; towit; Maria E., Lavinia D. & Sarah Ann who was 78 yrs old in 1865 & the other 2 children were not named, sol had died on 7 Oct 1830.

2.  John S. Carpenter.  1981.  "Slaughter Family."  Pages 300-321 in Genealogies of Virginia Families: from the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore (originally published 1913-15 as a series of articles in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography; issued 1996 as Broderbund CD-162).  Erroneously states that William & Martha's daughter, Harriet, married William Mills THOMPSON; it was Kitty who married him.

3.  Messages in the Broaddus Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

4.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

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