In Hutchison's "Index to Loudoun County, Virginia Wills 1757-1850" she lists the following people named in the will of Samuel Idon, will made 1797, probated 1800:
Mary Hoge, Dau.
Ann Hoge, Gr-Dau., child of Mary
Hoge, Samuel, Gr-Son, child of Mary
Catheron Idon, Wife
Samuel Idon, Son, Executor
John Idon, Son
Hanna Jolly, Dau.
Jacob Idon, Son
Elizabeth Milburn, Dau.
Abner Hoge, Gr-Son, child of Mary
Sabilla Claypole, Dau.
Cathrun Bishop, Dau.
Benjamin Taylor, Witness
Giles Craven, Witness
James Dillon, Witness
Jonathan Milbourn/Milburn appears on the Tithable lists in Loudoun Co. from 1769- 1806. From 1802-1805 his entry says Jonathan Milburn and son Jonathan. In 1810 it says Mrs. Milburn and son Jonathan. The 1810 census lists an Elizabeth Milburn as head of household - over 45 years old in Loudoun Co - the only Milburn other than son Levi.
An inventory of Jonathan Milburn's (deceased)estate was made in 1809. Also in 1809 Elizabeth Milburn is granted a certificate for obtaining letters of administration of the estate of Jonathan Milburne, deceased.
From all of this I have made the assumption that Jonathan Milburn was married to Elizabeth Iden, but I don't think she was the father of his children Andrew, b. 1763, or Peter, born 1770. I don't think she was old enough.
I would really like to find more data to verify this and especially determine when they were married.
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