From my notes: This line is queried in Virginia Genealogical Society issue 23-4  by Alice Gene Swartzell, 612 Missimer Lane, Vinton, Virginia 24179.
From the West Board on Rootsweb:
John WEST -Spotsylvania & Cumberland VA, died Jefferson co IN 1833- wife Susannah?
New John WEST -Spotslyvania & Cumberland VA, died Jefferson co IN 1833- wife Susannah?
S_Abromavage (View posts)
Posted: 26 Mar 2008 2:00PM GMT
I'm looking for any additional information on the family of John WEST and wife Susannah, of Jefferson county, IN.
From a variety of sources (including personal correspondence with D. Coglas, K.Skorich), I have learned that
John West was born in 1748; he died about 11 Aug 1833 in Jefferson county, IN, where his will was published.
He married to Susannah about 1768, probably in Cumberland county VA--[maiden name Robinson?]. Their children were all born in VA. In the early 1800s they loved to Indiana, where West pruchased land in 1811.
Their children were:
1) John T. married Ursley Brenton 25 Jan 1831 Jefferson county IN
2) Nancy born c1771 Spotslyvania VA, married Thomas GLOVER (my line)
3) James born 1773
4) William Wesley (bought land from James in 1830)
West, John. (Probate Book E-143-173) Thomas G. Glover, adm of John West. Commissioners: Eben. Hillis, Elisha Short and William Yates. Deeds show heirs. Nancy, wife of Thomas J. Glover (Deed Book I-175.) John T. West (Deed Book 6-418, 9-461). James West (Deed Book J-343) and William West. (Probate Book D-110.
John WEST applied for pension for his Revolutionary service from Jefferson county, IN http://myindianahome.net/gen/jeff/records/military/rev.html
b. 1748; d. 8/11/1833; m. Susannah Robinson.
Application for Pension, transcription by D. E. Coglas.
State of Indiana
County of JeffersonOn this 3rd day of September1832 personally appeared before the Circuit Court of the County of Jefferson aforesaid, JOHN WEST a resident in the County and State aforesaid aged 84 years, who being first duly sworn, according to law, hath on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the pension made by Act of Congress passed June 7, 1832. That he enlisted in the Army of the United States in the year 1780 with Capt. Mark Thomas and served in the Virginia State Troops under the following named officers. Capt. Mark Thomas, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Lieutenant Robt. Sanders and Major Slaughter. Left the service in the month of October 1782. Lived in Spotsylvania County, Virginia when he entered service. Marched from Culpeper County to Red Stones, then down the river the the Falls of the Ohio. Then got a furlough to go home and served the remainder of enlistment at Richmond under Col. William Davis. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or an warrenty, except the present, and he declares that his name is not on the Pension role of any agency in any State.
Sworn to, and subscribed, the day and year aforesaid.
And this said Court do hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states.
M. C. Eggleston Judge
John WEST's daughter, Nancy married another revolutionary soldier, Thomas Glover.
Thomas J. Glover was born about 1760. He died after 1837. He married Nancy West.
1) James 1792-1856 married 1813 Elizabeth Vawter
2) Lucinda 1805-1857 married 1823 David Vawter
3) Ann married in 1818 to a Coleman
4) Elizabeth married 1820 William Kennedy.
Source Page 158, Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, 1938. http://jerry.vigo.lib.in.us/revoluti/jefferso.htm