Andrew Wodrow Andrew Wodrow (1752–1814) was a prominent Scottish American merchant, militia officer, clerk of court, lawyer, and landowner in the colony (and later U.S. state) of Virginia. Wodrow was the first r...
Charles Lynch (judge) Charles Lynch (1736-1796) was a Virginia planter, politician, and American revolutionary who headed an irregular court in Virginia to punish Loyalist supporters of the British during the Americ...
Charles Lynch (jurist) Charles Lynch was a Virginia planter, politician, and American revolutionary who headed an irregular court in Virginia to punish Loyalist supporters of the British during the American Revolutio...
Charles Washington Charles Washington (May 2, 1738 – September 16, 1799) was the youngest brother of United States President George Washington.
Christopher Greenup Christopher Greenup (c. 1750 – April 27, 1818) was an American politician who served as a U.S. Representative and the third Governor of Kentucky.
Daniel Smith (surveyor) Daniel Smith (October 29, 1748June 16, 1818) was a surveyor, an American Revolutionary War patriot, and twice a United States Senator from Tennessee.
David Leitch David Leitch (September 11, 1753 – November 9, 1794) was the founder of Leitch's Station, Kentucky, United States.
Isaac Bowman Isaac Bowman (April 24, 1757 – September 9, 1826) was an 18th-century American soldier and militia officer who took part in the American Revolutionary War and the Northwest Indian War.
Isaac Coles Isaac Coles (March 2, 1747 – June 3, 1813) was an American planter and statesman from Virginia.
Isaac Parsons (Virginia politician) Isaac Parsons (January 27, 1752 – August 25, 1796) was an American planter, politician, and militia officer in the U.S. state of Virginia (now West Virginia).
Isaac Ruddell Captain Isaac Ruddell (1737-January 1812) was an 18th-century American Virginia State Line officer during the American Revolutionary War and a Kentucky frontiersman.
Isaac Shelby Isaac Shelby (December 11, 1750 – July 18, 1826) was the first and fifth Governor of the U.S. state of Kentucky and served in the state legislatures of Virginia and North Carolina.
Jack Jouett John "Jack" Jouett, Jr. (December 7, 1754 – March 1, 1822) was a politician and a hero of the American Revolution, known as the "Paul Revere of the South" for his late night ride to warn T...
James Garrard James Garrard (January 14, 1749 – January 19, 1822) was a farmer and Baptist minister who served as the second governor of Kentucky from 1796 to 1804.
James Madison, Sr. James Madison, Sr. (March 27, 1723 – February 27, 1801) was a prominent Virginia planter, who served as a colonel in the militia during the American Revolutionary War.
John Banister (lawyer) John Banister (December 26, 1734 – September 30, 1788) was an American lawyer and an American Revolutionary War patriot from Petersburg, Virginia.
John Pope (travel writer) John Pope (circa 1754 – January 31, 1795) was an American soldier, traveler, and author of the book A Tour through the Southern and Western Territories of the United States of North-America.
John Stuart (Virginia) Colonel John Stuart was a Revolutionary War commander and pioneering western Virginia settler.
Joseph Bowman Joseph Bowman (c. 1752 – c. 14 August 1779) was a Virginia militia officer during the American Revolutionary War.
Joseph Martin (general) Joseph Martin (1740–1808) was a brigadier general in the Virginia militia during the American Revolutionary War, in which Martin's frontier diplomacy with the Cherokee people is credited with no...
Leonard Helm Leonard Helm was an early pioneer of Kentucky, and a Virginia officer during the American Revolutionary War.
Major William Haymond William Haymond (January 4, 1740 - November 12, 1821) was military officer and surveyor.
Mordecai Barbour Mordecai Barbour (October 21, 1763 – January 4, 1846) was a Culpeper County Militia officer during the American Revolutionary War and a prominent Virginia statesman, planter, and businessperson.
Narsworthy Hunter Narsworthy Hunter (died March 11, 1802) was a delegate to the U.S. Congress from the Mississippi Territory.
Nathaniel Massie Nathaniel Massie (December 28, 1763 – November 13, 1813) was a frontier surveyor in the Ohio Country who became a prominent land owner, politician, and soldier.
Patrick Henry Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 – June 6, 1799) was an American attorney, planter and politician who became known as an orator during the movement for independence in Virginia in the 1770s.
Peterson Goodwyn Peterson Goodwyn (1745 – February 21, 1818) was a soldier, politician and planter from Virginia.
Phillip Hamman Phillip Hamman, Sr., known as "The Savior of Greenbrier", was an American frontier hero who was commended for bravery in the defence of Fort Donnally of Greenbrier County, West Virginia from a S...
Robert Lawson (Virginia) Robert Lawson (January 23, 1748 – April 5, 1805) was an officer from Virginia in the American Revolutionary War.
Robert Love (soldier) Robert Love (11 May 1760 – 17 July 1845) was an American Revolutionary War soldier from Virginia and a political leader in North Carolina.
William Christian (Virginia) William Christian (c. 1743 – April 9, 1786) was an "Indian fighter", Continental soldier, militiaman and politician from the Colony of Virginia who served in the era of the American Revolution.
William Mason (1757-1818) William Mason (22 October 1757 – 7 February 1818) was a militiaman in the American Revolutionary War and a prominent Virginia planter.
William Mason (1757–1818) William Mason (22 October 1757 – 7 February 1818) was a militiaman in the American Revolutionary War and a prominent Virginia planter.
William McKendree William McKendree (July 6, 1757 – March 5, 1835) was the fourth Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and the first Methodist bishop born in the United States.
William Preston (Virginia) Col. William Preston (December 25, 1729 – June 28, 1783) played a crucial role in surveying and developing the colonies going westward, exerted great influence in the colonial affairs of his ti...
William Russell (Kentucky) Colonel William Russell III (March 6, 1758 – July 3, 1825) was a soldier, pioneer, and politician from Virginia and Kentucky.
Wilson Cary Nicholas Wilson Cary Nicholas was an American politician who served in the U.S. Senate from 1799 to 1804 and was the 19th Governor of Virginia from 1814 to 1816.