And my RW ancestor (also Virginia Militia) died a couple of years after 1785 after he settled the division of his Kentucky lands awarded him for his service between his sons from his first marriage. His son and daughter from his 2nd marriage inherited the Virginia estate, while the older boys headed to the Kentucky frontier. 2 of the older sons married Dr. Henry Clay’s daughters (they all traveled to Kentucky together.) We might even be cousins!
My RW ancestor had settled in what is now Patrick Co. (then part of Henry Co.); his father and brothers were still up in what is now Nelson Co. He was one of five brothers, all of whom fought for the Revolution. The two youngest survived long enough to apply for pensions. The oldest brother got land in Kentucky, presumably because of his Revolutionary War service. My ancestor is said to have been at Yorktown.