An American Family History


David Blue

  also spelled Blaw, Blew  

The Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia borders Maryland and Virginia. The first European settlers started arriving about 1730.


David Blue was born about 1760. He was the son of John Blue and Catherine Sortore.

He married Phoebe Wallingford. Phoebe was the daughter of Benjamin Wallingford and Prudence Elliott.

David and Phoebe's children included:

Amy Blue (1797, married Charles Murrow),
Mary Blue (1800),
Famous Mortimer Blue (1801)
John Salter Blue (1805, married Mary Martin, Elizabeth Vandeveer, and Rebecca Smiley) and
Sarah Blue (1807, married Benjamin Murrow).









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