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Kemp Hudgins, d. 1797, Mathews Co. On Oct. 8, 1835, his widow, Joice Hudgins, age 78 appeared in Mathews Co., to give an affidavit for widow's Rev. War pension. She stated that her late husband had entered service in 1776 as a private in the militia under Capt. Josiah Foster and continued to serve until the end of the war. He. m. in 1777 Joice (or Joicey) Minter. In Feb. 1779 their eldest (?) child Elizabeth was born; afterwards several other children. Pension application W 19842, Va. (National Archives). In this same file is a deposition made by Mathias Gayle and John Christian, dated March 13, 1837, in which they stated they served in the militia with Kemp Hudgins at New Point, Gloucester C. H. and other places.

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