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GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN CotlNTV PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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H AWKINS OQTTNTY . TENNESSEE 

_ (ROOERS VILLE, 
county seat)_ 



MARRIAGES MP WILLS 



By Lucy Kate McGh«« 

BOX 6185 Apex Station 

Washington, D. C. 
(4) 



1314658 



HAWKtNS COUNTY TENNESSEE 
COUNTY SEAT: ROGERSVILLE. 

K'ARRI AGE RECORDS (There are very few marriages yet preserveo in 
Hawkins Co Te.\h\ courthouse, having all been destroyed, when the 
court house was burned in early days, anc the reason the wills were 
preserved, the clerk happened to have them at his home. 
The following marriages are there; 



Bane, Robert 
Barry, John 
Barrett, Thomas 
Berry, David 
Bishop, Samuel 
Bledsoe, Sampson 
Boyd, Bowman 
Burton, Wm 
C arson, wm 
Chestnut, Raleigh 
Cole, Stephen 
Collins, Enoch 
Conner, Thomas 
Cope, Jesse 
CaRmichael, Courtney 
Cooper, James G 
Dodson, George 

Dumford, J 

Eoens, John 

Estes, Anson S 

Freed, Wilson 

Gonce, Vance 



.ishe to Robertson, Sally 


1820 


MOSBY, MOSLEY, NaNCY 


1824 


Walker , Polly 


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Perosons, Thisb* 


1822 


Kenner, Elizabeth 


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Cole, Nan gy 181O 


1810 


Lawson, NaRCINDA 


1825 


Haynes, Martha 


1825 


Roberts, Polly 


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Clark, Jane 


1822 


Reynolds, Jane 


(824 


Davi s, MlLLY 


1821 


McIWinn, Wary ARMSTRONG 


I8l7 


Latham, Viney 


i-3l -1809 


Trent, Elizabeth 


1820 


Dodson, George 


1822 


LaRkin, Peggy 


1822 


CaRmichael, Courtney 


1822 


Wi nterboweks, Margaret 


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Monk, Fanny 


• 823 


Lewis, unity or Winty" 


1 8t 6 


StUBBLEFI ELD, LUCINDA 


1816 


Dabuis , Patsey 


1824 



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HAWKINS COUNTY TE....«ESSEE: ROGERSVILLE TENN P * GE 2 

Groom Bride date 

Goodman, William Stuart, Sally i822 

Hamblen, Pascal William, Polly 1 81 6 

Hamilton, Thomas Hicks, Nancy i822 

Harris, Evan Foreland, Rebecca 1 3 i i 

HaRMan, Hannan Jjhn Corn, Pqlly i 8 1 9 

Hank, Hawk, Abraham Reynolds, Sally i8i5 

Hays, James Ovich, Rody i823 

Johnston, Wm Evans, Mary 1789 i l -25 

KincaID, Wm Giooons, Nancy 1816 

Kincheloe, James Kincheloe, Mary i82i 

King, Jacob Bull, Elizabeth i82» 

Lamons, James Reason, Elizabeth 1822-7-22 

Lane, John Bernard, SaRa i8i4 

Lane, Garret Rice, Minuett i82i 

Lavkson, Jonas Bailey, Sally i 82i 

Lawson, Willie dRAGG, Elizabeth i820 

Lyre, William Bishcp, Fanny i822 

Mann, Wm Steele, Elizabeth i 82t 

McWilliams, Nelson Hutchinson, Sally i8i4 

McCoy, Joseph Williams, Nancy W i8i7 

McCoy, Thomas Stubblefield, P. 1 805 

Mefford, Jacob Lee, Elizabeth i8i3 

Morrill, or Meril,Jcel Kennedy, Frances i8i7 

Milam, Allen Breeder, Atheil 1823 

Minor, ZachaRI ah Sizemore, Aggy i824 

Morgan, Wm M Bradley, Louisa M i8i5 

Morrison, Wm Doltcn, Mary i82i i82i 

PACE, Edwa«d Foster, Susannah i820 



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Hawkins County, Rogei?sville Tennessee marriage a records page 3 

GROOM BRIDE D^TE 

Prime, Gilbert Morphus, aZilphe i807 

Rice, HeZekiah 9exter , or Swi ter .Susannah i797 

Roberts, Joseph or James to Anderson, Peggy i823 

Senter, Stephen Armstrong, Peggy 181O 

Shiflet, Austin Francisco, Elizb i823 

Smith, Boling Kite, Elizs i 823 

Smith, James Grigsby, Polly i809 

Smith, Henry Reddinon, Elizabeth 1823 

Smith, David Gill, Betsey M i823 

Smith, George Gentry, Patsy i8i3 

Stope, Ge.rge Bishop, Elizabeth i822 

Steele, James Clepper, Nancy 1824 

Speers, L Haynes, Nancy 181O 

Thompson, Jesse Tconey, Jane 18O8 

Thorpe, lewis Vernon, Judv i8i7 

Walling, John Banks, Polly i 825 

Warden, Samuel Chiloers, Abigail (822 

Watts, Richard Lay, Nancy . 18 1 9 

Wilson, Thos L Trammel, Sarah |823 

Wills, Isaac Trusler, Sally 1 825 

Wineger, V/m Collins, Peggy i820 

Wright, Thomas Lucy, W. i823 



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BRIDE 

ANDERSON, Peggy page 3 

Armstrong, Peggy 3 

Bailey, Sally 2 

Banks, Polly 3 

Breeder, Atheil 2 

Bishop, Elizabeth 3 

" Fanny 2 

Bernard, Sara 2 

Bragg, Elizabeth 2 

bradley, louisa m 2 

Bull, Elizabeth 2 

CaRmichael, Courtney i 

Childers, Abigail 3 

Clark, Jane t 

Clepper, Nancy 3 

Cole, Nancy 4 

Collins, Peggy 3 

Corn, Polly 2 

Davis, P a tsey I 

Davis, Milly I • 

Dodson, George I 

Dolton, Mary 2 

Evans, Mary 2 

Francisco, Eliza 3 

Foster, Susannah 2 



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Genkry, Patsy 3 
Gi B80NS, Nancy 2 
Gill, Betsey M 3 
Grigsby, Polly 3 
Haynes, Nancy 3 
Haynes, Martha i 
Hicks, Nancy 2 
Hutch inson, Sally 2 
KKenner, Elizabeth I 
Kennedy, Frances 2 
Kinch eloe, Mary 2 
Kite, Eliza 3 
LaRkin, Peggy i 
Latham, Viney i 
Lay, Nancy 3 
Lawson, Virginia i 
Lee, Elizabeth 2 
Lewis, Unity or Winty i 
Lucy, W 3 

McMinn, Mary Armstrong i 
Moreland, Rebecca 2 
Monk, Fanny | 

MORPHUS, ZlLPHE 3 

Mossy, MoSley, Nancy | 
Ovich, Rody 2 
Pearson, Susan I 



Perosons , Thiseby i 



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tSRI DGES 

Reddinon, Elizabeth 3 

Reynolds, Sally 2 

Reynolds, Jane l 

Rice, Minuett 2 

Roberts, Polly i 

Reason, Elizabeth 2 

Robertson, Sally I 

Sexter, or Switer .Susannah 3 

Sizemore, a.ggy 2 

Steele, Elizabeth 2 

Stuart, Sally 2 

Stubblefi elo, P 2 

Stubblefield, Lucinda i 

Tocney, Jane 3 

Trammel, SaRah 3 

Trent, Elizaseth I 

Trusler, Sally 3 
Vernon, Judy 3 
Walker, Polly i 

Williams, Nancy 3 2 

Willi am, Polly 2 

Winter bowers , Margaret i 



HAWKINS C0UM7Y TENNESSEE 
RECCRD OF WILLS 

Pa<»e 6 

D. Sherman March 15, i845 wife Ann Sherman, Executro James R. Forgey 

and Ann Sherman, children William D. Sherman, a*o James L Sherman 

aimd Mary Gilleywater. 



John Vaughn April iO i 320 wife Judy Vaugnn, children are : 
Polly Wilson, Benjamin Vaughn, 4sham Vaughn, Clark's Vaubn son 
Agatha Vaughn, William Vaughn, Jonathan Va.ghn 



Abraham Vernon Jan 8 -iB25 wife Rebecca Vernon 
brother Nathan Vernon and Harlan Vernon. 



John M Vaughn November >2, 1834, «i>e Elizabeth Vaughn 

Executor James Francisco and said Elizas? h Vaugnn 

Children : 

John W Vaughn, ELiZA n ETH Vaughn, William P Vaughn 

Henry H Vaughn, James M Vaughn , Thomas J Vaughn 

George W Vaugnn, - Flor*ntha Vaughn 



William Phipps Aug i2, i845 Grand son Ed E Shiel&s 

son Joshua Phipps, William P Phipps, Thomas U Phjpps, James S Phihps 

Wesley a Phipps, grand Daughter SaR ah Jane Phipps 
granosons sons of Ed E Shields,; Wm L - Joshua L , James P 

and Ed E Shields. 
Daughter EuiZABtTH S Caldwell; ; Mary Wh?tti,\8urg; S*«ah Miller 
Willie MM leeper? het'/ Shields. £§ecutoks tyu Armstrong, Joshua PnigPS.soN 
James S Phi p-s a son. 

Jonathan Roberts, 9-28- i789 Phebey Roberts, wife 



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HAWKINS COUNT.' TENNESSEE ROGERSVILlE P PAGE 7 

NAME DATE WIFE Or? HUSBAND CHILDREN 

AMIS, Thomas November i6,i797lucy. HAYNES amis 

j hn Amis 

w ill is amis 
Lincoln Amis 
Thos Amis 
Tabitha Amis 
t ary Amis 
Fanny Amis 



REUBEN WELSTER ? 1 2- 1 9-1 790 wife and orphan children mentioned 



REUBEN WILLIAMS Oct i8-i795, WillaIM 

Executors Rachael Williams; Charlotte Windham, 

Thomas Herndo n or Henderson son 



Andrew WinegaR April 2i , 181O Cathrine, wife, 
Andrfw and Frederic AndaRa or 

Andrew WinegaR; Frederick WinegaR, Phily WinegaR, 
Willi am WinegaR, and Peter WinegaR 



CHARLES WOLFE, March i7, lSl3, wife Susan Wolfe 
Jacob Wolfe, Philip Wolfe; C athaRIne Dav i s; Peter Wolfe 

Elizabeth Wolfe; Hannah McGinnis, Bar baRa Wolfe, 
Charles Wolfe, and George Wolfe 

Christopher Wolfe, (waRch i7, i8i7 John Wolfe. 
MaRy Wolfe; Elizabeth Wolfe, and Pheby Wolfe 



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BATSON WHITEHURST March I, l823 Henry Whitehurst 

Hillery Whitehurst, brother: brown children; 
Patsy Batson; John Whitehurst, Thomas Whitehurst. 
Frieno: John Burkhart 



Elizabeth Welch January 30, 1823 Robert Welch, Elizabeth Reynolds 
William Welch, John Welch, Peggy Welch , Polly Welch 



SOLOMON WALTER June i2- 1 833 wife Fanny Walter 

Executor; George Walter, and Andrew WinegaR 

Wife Fanny Walter, Margaret Walter; Elizabeth Walter; 

Nancy Walter; Chri steny or Stanley Walter 

Mary Walter, Elijah Walter and George Walter 

JAMES WEST February 5, 1 834 wife Nan~y West 

John West Elizabeth West 

Wm West James West 

Sayle West Polly West 

Samuel West Calvin West 

Winney West Gioeon '.Vest 

Nancy West and lucy West 



ANDREW WINEGAR April 5, iS32wife Frances WinegaR 



Joseph White May i6 or I I, i 833 Solomon White 

George White, Elizabeth White Wm White, Jemima White ; 

Sally White, executor W George White 



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HAWKINS COUNTY TENNESSEE RECORD OF WILLS Page 9 

George Wolfe Sr. April 18, i837 ? Valentine Wolfe 
Executor Polly Wolfe, Hannah Wolfe, John Wolfe, Kathari ne Wolfe, 
George Wolfe, Elizabeth Wolfe, Nicholas Wolfe, Sara Wolfe, Barbara 
Barbara Wolfe, Susannah Wolfe, Polly Wolfe, Margaret Wolfe, 
Ally Wolfe, Wife Polly Wolfe 

Francis Winstead, September 20, i342. Executrix Margaret Winstead 
James Winstead, grand son Ephra im Winstead , wife Margaret Winstead 



Larkin Willis October i4, i846. Elizabeth Wi'llVs; Wm Berry 
James Willis, Samuel Willis, Patsy Kyle, Solomon W Willis. 
Executor John Mitchell, mm o Swempfield Anderson 

Fanny Walters, September 14,188 ? Nancy and husband, Daniel HaRREll 
Executor Daniel HaRRell 

Theodoric Webb December 28, l85G executor John Webb and 
Elijah Webb. Theodore Webb, henry Webb, Catharine Webb 

wife Catharine Webb, Polly Webb, John 7/esb, Elijah Webb 

Patsy Prie, Susanmah Price; ; LucInDa Shanks, Samuel Webb 
Gabriel Webb, David Webb. 

ROBERT YOUNG 1804 John Young land in Grainger County 

Robert Young, William Young, son in law Henry Larkin 

Executror Robert Young and V/m Young; Heirs of Nathaniel Henderson; 

(Sally Henderson: Jen=iY Henderson, John Henderson .Nathan i el 
Henderson. Young Cccper; Ann Larkin : M*RV Cooper; 

BROTHER; WlLLUM YOUNG. 



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JOHN YOUNG June \7 , 1 834 wife Peggy Young, John Young Jr. 
Harrelit Young, Caroline Carter , Juliet Young, Claisorne Young, 

Gforge Young, Robert Young, VMl Young, Arthur Young, Hord Young, Polly 
Armstrong, Betsy Young 



CHRISLEY GRASE OR GROSE OCTOBER 1 6, 1 809 James McVay 
Philadelphia Grills or Frills, John Grase or Gkcse husband 

Richard GraSe, Elenor single Grase or Grose 
Mildred Johnson Martha McAdew, El3ert Grase or Grose 

'Washington Johnson and John his son law 



Joseph Galbraith, September 6 i3i i wife Mettlena GalbraIth 

Executor Andrew - land in ROANE COUNTY 

Child; Joseph Gal3Raith; Andrew bRATTTER ok brother 

Margaret Young sister; Harvey Young son of 

Sally, Joseph | sister 

« Julia Davis, Pleasant Henderson , son of sister Tabitha 

Eneas G Galbreath, Joseph CaRRington, nephew 



ARTHUR GALBREATH FEBRUARY 23, 1318 John Galbrath 

Executor John Galbreath and Aeneas Galbreath; Tabitha Henderson 
Lucinda Covington, Aeneas S Galbreath, his daughter Elizabeth 
John Galbreath, Elieawfth Armstrong, Andrew Galbrratith ; Margaret ycung 
Polly Locney, Sally Young, Julia Davis 

*** RACHAEl FORGE/ NOV 24, i35i Susan Forgy, James P FoRgey 
deceased. Matilda a step daughter, Minerva Forgey step r. 
Daughter, James R Fcrgey husband deceased 



Alexander Grant, June i2, 1789 Thos Grant MaRY Grant, 
Elinor Grant, wife. 



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Elizabeth Grove, March |3, 1805 (David SenSabaUGH? 

SvN IN LAW. AND WIF E 
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THOS GIBBONS June 13, 1809 Executor Hoad s~h in law. Ed; son 

or Howard 
Thos gibbons, Nancy H wa*d 

Betsy Chisclin, Ed Gibbons, William Gibbons, Sally Gillenwaters 

Epi-s,Gi boon , Rebecca Ball, John Gibbons, James Gigoons. 

Nancy Isham, Garrett Fitzgerald Eliz Babb, children of Nelly 

FlTZGERRELD 



JAMES FINLEY February 23, i8l4, executrix Wife a^d Samuel Finley. 
wife Frudence Finley, Prudence Finley, Sally ARgenright, 
Nancy McCullough, Wm Finley, Samuel Finlfy 



ROBERT FRASH ? March 2l , l8l9. wife Sarah FRaSh 

Thomas Frash, Wm Frash, William Farmer and Elizabeth Farmer, friends 

Simeon Frash .? 






Andrew FjRgey Aug 13, 1830 wife Isabella Forgy, John Fcrgey 
Harvey Taylor, bound doy Margaret Crawford, asmD Rach sel Crawford, 
executors Smith Dale, and John Fcrgey 



George Felkner Oct 18, l 830 , wife Susan Felkner, Children not named. 



James FoRgey May |3, i33i wife Margaret F:-rgey. Execut.rWife 

and James Fcrgey. w4-ps — Cornelius Miller son in law; grand children 

Eliza Rogers and Malvina. 

John Rogers, s_n in law, and John Harlan s;n in law. Polly Thurman 

Rachael FjRgey, heirs of Ellen R. MaTJlla Miller 

Betsy Harlan, James Fcrgey 



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Margaret Forgey December 20 1 843, James R FoRgey; Rachel Forgey 
G D Eliza M Cocke, Malvina M Conner. executor James Forgey 



John Fletcher, Oct 3 i844 CathaRinet Fletcher, Probate Jan 3i,i849 

Wife Alice G Fletcher, brother Sam Fletcher, Mother MaRgarett Fletcher 

Francis M . Fletcher .si sters HaR« I et Fletcher 

and Catharine land in Grainger County (Tennessee) executors Alia Fletchf 

Fletcher and Sam V Fletcher. 

Nicholas Fain June 24 i849, wife Elizabeth Fain, Richard G Fain, 

Eliza R Powell, Hiram Fain, John D Fain, Ge rge G Fain, Nancy McCaRty 
Executor Hiram Fain and Richard G Fain. 



James R Forgey, executor wife. Gabriel Forgey daughter not married 



THOS GILLENWaTERS, MaRCH 30 lS4l, EXECUTOR Ja^ES GlLLENWATERS 

and G. Simmbns. Mary GILLen water, Rachael & Robt. Kyle 

Betsy Depper, Patsy V. Cause. Nancy Depper , Polly Gillenwaters 

William Gillenwaters, Robert Gillenwaters 

Jacob " Thomas " 

Sally Si ,mons, Calvin M Gillenwaters. 

SHEPARD GIBa^J OEca-'faER 7 1842, wife Matilda Gibson, brothers ai 
and sisters. Executor Vakdy Collins 



John Ellis june 6, i84C Executor Wm Ellis, awd Philip S Hall 
Joanna Ellis, csetsy Ellis, Wm Ellis, John Ellis, Nancy Fisher 
Guy Fisher, jane BURRIS. 



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HAWKINS COUNTY TCxuESEE RECORD OF WILLS Page |3 

Andrew Forgey February 8, 1809 wife Margaret Forgey executors James FoRgey 
Benoni Caldwell, Hugh Forgey, James Forgey, John Forgey, and Andrew Forgey 

Henry Felckner executor Jacob Felckner, Arthur G Armstrong. Wife 
Rosannah Felckner, Polly Lewis Felckner, Daughter of Lewis, 
Catharine &x> Baker, Elizabeth Shotts, Friday Baker, Susan Sensabaugh 
Jacob Felckner, Philip Felckner Gesrge Felkner , Martin Felkenfr 
Martin Felckner, Daughter not named. 

WRITTEN, LAND IN SUAVAN Co, PROBABLY MEANS SuLLIV,\N CO TENN 

JOHN DODSON January 2, 1838 John Dodson, Mary Manis, George Dodson, grand 

Daughter. 

LaRkin Davis June 28, «847 wife Louisa Davis, Solomon Overton, Mary Davis 

Wm Henry, James Mad i sou, LaRkin Davis, Leon a Jane Davis 

Edward Erwin, Jan 3i i794, wife 

Samuel McPheeters, and Joseph McMirs. Mary Erwin, Benjamin Erwin 
S a rah Erwin, Margaret and heirs, Erwin. Francis Erwin, John Erwin 
Wm Erwin, Edward W Erwin, Andrew Erwin, Eliz Erwin, Robert Erwin, 
Samuel Erwin 

FRANCIS DALZELu. DECEMBER I, 1823, wife Nancy Dalzell, 
Executor Dick Alexander, and John A McKinney. 

William I Dykes, Oct 14 1825 Susannah Dykes, wife 

Executor John Dykes, Wm Dwkes, Mary Hays, Priscilla Cooper 

SaRah Mullins, Ann Roxberry, Isham Me Dykes, John Dykes, David McCaRty 

of Davio McCally. 

Thos Dodson, no date given, wife JaMIMa Dodson, Executor Jas Johnson 

Sam Riggs, James Dodson, SaRah Dodson, Elisha Dodson, Polly Dodson, 

Thos Robinson, John DoDSun. 



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HAWKINS COUNTY TE1 .£33EE RECORD OF WILLS PAbE 14 

Robert DoDSon December 20 I 33C wife Jane DoDSON, John A DoDSon, 
M«Ry Ann Dodson, Nancy Jane Dodson 

HAWKINS COUNTY TENNESSEE RECORD OF "'ILLS 

JOSEPH EPPERSON SEPTEMBER 26, 1814 Wife JANE EPPS?30N 

(Wight be maiden name J„ne Walker, daughter of 
John Walker) as one Jane Epperson was mentioned in 
will of John Walker in Hawkins Co Tenn i8i9) 

Executors Jane Epperson and jesse Epperson. Children: 

Betsy Allen, Nancy Epperson, John Epperson, Polly Epperson 

Peggy Epperson, Thos Epperson, Hester Eppers.n, Patsy Epperson. 

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WILLIAM EppERSOn DEHEMbER 1823 executor, Harrison or DaRRison 

HEIRS; HULDaY EPPERSON, PHAMMY BEaRD, 

Dosson Epperson, Sina BRadshaw, Kassia McEleane, Stephen Epperson 
Susanna DickaRD, Nancy Epperson, Nancy Epperson wife. 
HaRRi son Epperson . 



CHRISLEvy EVERHART May 28, 1 842 WiF r LI zz I E EverhaRT. John EverhaRT 

William EverhaRT, Samuel EverhaRT, Jacob EverhaRT, JamesEverhaRT, 

Elizabeth Spears and heirs. 9aRah Stewart , Polly Everhart. 

Rrx grand Daughter amy Smith. 

Francis H. Walker, January 30, 1847 Wife Lucinda Walker as long as 

widow thereafter to have one-fifth; Children: 

Polly Ann Walker, Wm Walker, Martha Caroline Walker, Elizabeth Walker 

Jane Horner or Horn? Walker. 



JOHN WALKER AoGUST 19, 1818 wife Elizabeth Walker, 
W Children -first set of children: Joshua /Talker, John Walker 
W^ujceb Walter Walker, Edward Walkek, Eli-a^eth Walker, Jane Epperson 

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(The following is a deed: from Stockley Don el son to W. WALKER 
REGISTERED Aug 7, 1792. This indenture made This day of — in the 

YEAH 1791 BETWEEN STOCKLEY DONELSON OF THE ONE PART AND W. WaLKER OF 

THE OTHER PART, BOTH OF THE COUNTY OF Hawkins ano WESTERN TERRITORY SCUTH 
OF THE OHIO (RIVER) WITNESSETH that the said Stckley Donblson, for 
md in consideration of 40 pounds to him in hand paid by the said w. 
Walker the receipt whereof the said Stockley Donelson, doth hereby 
acknowledge. he said stockley donelson, hath granted bargained and 
sold, aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, 

BARGAIN, AND SELL , ALIEN AND CONFIRM UNTO THE S a I D W I LL I AM WaL KER , HIS 
HEIRS AND ASSIGNS FOREVER ALL THAT USAGE OR TENAMNET SITUATED AND LYING 

in Hawkins Co Ten. on the North side of HOLSTON RIVER on a fork of 
Turkey creek, beginning at a stake running thence south fifty one 

DEGREES EAST WITH THE LINE OF CHARLES iviILLER'S LAND ONE HUNDED AND 

ninety two poles crossing a spring branch to two p.st oaks and a 
black oak, then south 39 x degrees n.rth two hundr d poles to two 
post oaks, then north 5l degrees west i 60 poles to a hickory and 
red oak. Then North 39 degrees east 200 poles tc the beginning 
containing 200 acres of land being part of a tract that was granted to 
the said Stockley Donelson by patent bearing date Oct the 8, and also 
all" land and trees, usages, ways and water to the said tenament and 
premises *ee«t- above mentioned belonging or in any wise ap purtes i n i ng 

AND ALSO ALL AND EVERY Pa RT THEREOF AND ALL THE ESTATE, RIGHT AND 
INTEREST , CLAIM AND DEMAND OF HIM THE SAID STOCK LEY D-NELSCN OF IN AN" 

and tc the said W. Walker and in every pa rt thereof to ha ^e and to hold 

AND PREMISES AB5VE MENTIONED AND IN EVERY Pa K'T AND HA R EL THEREOF WITH TH 

appurtenan es anq to the said W. Walkf« his heirs and assigns forever to 



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THE ONLY fROPER USE AND BEHALF OF THE SAID W. WaL KER , HIS HEIRS 

AND ASSIGNS FOREVER AND THE SAID ST.CKLY DjNELSON FOR HIMSELF AND HIS 

HEIRS THE SAID OK TENAMENT AND premises and EVFRY PaRT THEREOF AGAINST 

HIM AND HIS HEIRS AND AGAINST ALL AND EVERY OTHER PERSON OR PERSONS 

WHATSOEVER TO THE SaIO W . WALKER SHALL AND WILL FOREVER WARRANT AND 

D'EFEND TJ BE ON INDEFENSIBLE INHERITANCE. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE 

HEREUNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL THE DAY AND DATE AS (C ABOVE - 

SIGNED STOCKLEY DONELSON -SEAL 
SIGNED SEALED. JauIES MAY8ERRY 

Deed FRoM THOMAS KING TC D. WALKER " Septembe:r 6 ~ '78 1 

This indenture made this 2 March i790 between Thos King of the 
first part and Daniel or David Walker cf tie other, both of the county 
of Hawkins and state of North Carolina. Witnesseth th»t the said Thomas 
King for and in consi d ration of one hundred and sixty to him in hand 
paid by the said David Walker, the receipt whereof the said Thomas king 

DOTH GRANT HEREBY AC KM JOWL EDGE HE THE Sa' D THOMAS KING, H ATH GRANTED 

bargained and sold alien and confirmed and by these present doth grant 
bargain sell alien and confirm untio tse said David Walker - his heirs 
and assigns forever all th /. t useage or tenement situated and lying in the 
county of Hawkins on the North Side of holston River on the west fork^ 
of Third Creek beginning at a white oak, then north 24-3 poles to a 
stake, then west 254 poles to a stake. then -south 1 60 poles to a 
stake, then west 55 poles to a pine, then south 84 poles crossing the 
creek at 44 poles to a stake, then east 300 poles to the beginning 
and also all lands, trees, woods, ways, waters and appurtenances 
whatsoever to the said tenement, and premises above mentioned belong- 
ing or in any wise a p ''ur ta i n i ng and also al l and ev ry part thereof 
ano all the estate, right and interest, claim and demand of him, the sai 
SaIO Thomas King of in and to the Said D. Walker and every part 



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thereof to have amd to hold the said premises above mentioned and eve 

EVERY PART AND PARCEL THEREOF WITH THE APPURTENANCES UNTO THE SAID 

D Walker his heirs and assign forever and the said Thomas king 

FOR HIMSELF AND HIS HEIRS THE SAID USAGE OS TENAMENT AND PREMISES 

A = .0 EVERY PART THEREOF AGAINST HIM AND HIS HEIRS AND AGAINST ALL 

AND EVERY;? OTHER PERSON OR PES' SONS WHATSOEVER TO THE Sa I D Q. WaL KER 

his heirs and assigns shall and will forever defend by these presents 
in witness whereof \ have hereunto inter changeable set my hand and 
seal the day and year above written and in the i 3t; ye ar of american 
Independence.. Acknowledged .in open court Way term i790. 

TEST; J P MaYBERRY 

OR J P OR J L- 

WILL OF FRANCIS H. WALKER DATED JANUARY 30, 1347. 

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT I FRANCIS D. OR H WaLKER OF 

the county of Hawkins and state of Tennessee being cf sound mind, 

MEMORY, AND UNDERSTANDING DO MAKE ORDaIN AND ESTABLISH THIS MY LAST 
WILL KND TESTAMENT IN WORDS FOLLOWING TH AT I S TO SaY; 

First of all after my decease I desire my body to be buried decently 

AND THE EXPENSES THEREOF PAID OUT OF MY ESTATE AND ALL JUST DEBTS 
TO BE PA ID . 

2iMD I GIVE AND BEQUEATH To MY BELOVED WIFE LUC I N DA WALKER 
THE WHOLE OF MY ESTATE BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL , DURING HER LIFE, 
PROVIDED THE REMAINS MY WIDOW AND IF SHE SHCULD MARRY, IT IS MY Wl LL 
T)AT SHE SHOULD HAVE ONE-FIFTH PaRT OF MY ESTATE, THAT IS TO SAY 
ONE CH ILD 1 S PaRT. 

3RD IT IS MY WISH AND DESIRE THAT MY DAUGHTER POLLY ANN 'BALKER 
SHALL HAVE A HORSE AND SADDLE AND BR I DLE-C ER TAU B ClW„ 6BD AND 
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4th It is my wish that my son WILLI*?' 'WALKER shall have- a horse, 

saddle and bridle, a cow, a bed and furniture, when he comes to 

be 2 1 years of age. 

5th It i s my wi sh that my daughter MaRth a Caroline Walker shall havf 

horse, saddle and bridle, a cow a bed and furniture when she comes 

to be age 2i . And it is also, my wish that all my property both real 

and personal to be sold in su-h ways and in such manner as my executory 

hereafter named, my th i n r, most advantageous and the moneys arising 

therefr-jm to be equally divided between my children, namely; 

ELIZABETH WALKER 

JANE HORNER 

POLLY Aw,, WALKER 

WILLIAM WALKER AND MARTHA CAROLINE WALKER 

MY WIFE: LUCINDA WALkER included. I also nominate aind appoint 

MY WIFE LUCI NDa WaLKER ANu MY SON IN LA V.' THOMAS N HORNER MY 
EXECUTORS. I AKNOWLEDGE THIS TO 6E MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

This 30 uanuary i847. siqned Francis H Walker, his (x)maRk 
witness Wm Cobler 



DEED CF MATH 1*5 

MIERS OR MIARS TO EDWARD WALKER (I am sure this 

Edward is my direct Revolutionary war ancestor, who married Jane 

Horn in Sullivan Co Tenn i790, see his pension record for that 

War service in the book "WALKER FAMILY RECORDS FROM THE SHAWOWS 

OF CUMBERLAND GAP TENNESSEE" ) This deed was made i8i4MaR h i6 

This indenture made this 26 Dec i809 but it was registered 

I8|4. Between Math i as Miers of the county of Jefferson and state 

of Tennessee of the one pa rt and Edward Walker of the other part 

witnesseth that for and in considerati on of the sum of three 

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IS HEKEbY ACKNOWLEDGED SHALL AND BY THESE PRESENTS DoTri GRANT BARGAIN 
AND SELL UNTO THE SAID ED 'WARD WALKER HIS HEIRS HIS HEIRS AND ASSIGNS 
FOREVER A CERTAIN TRACT OF OR PARCEL OF LA NO SITUATE AND LYING ON THE 

waters of BE(\iT CREEK lying in the county of Hawkins on the waters cf 
BENT CREEK being part of two surveys ^f land bought of Lazarus 

DODSON AND THE SAME PLACE WHEREON S#ID 'WALKER NOW LIVES. BEGINNING ON 

an oak and HICKE9RY on WALKER'S FENCE BEING CORNS? OF LZXaRus Dodson 

OLD SURVEY RUNNING SOUTH SIXTY-EIGHT POLES TO A WHITE AND IRON WOOD 

THENCE NORTH 76 DEGREES EAST TWO HUNDRED AND 30 POLES TO A R-WT 
RED OAK, THEN NORTH 14 POLES TO A PINE CORNER OF SAID DoDSON'S OLD 

SURVEY THEN WEST WITH SAiD LINE OF SURVEY OF DoDSON'S AND MORRI SON'S 
NORTH 5l POLES THEN WEST I 60 POLES. THEN SOUTH 5| POLES TO THE LINE 

OF THE OTHER SURVEY, THF N WEST TO THE F I RST ME NTI ONE D OAK AND HICK- 
ORY BEING Ml ACRES Ai*D A HALF BE THE SAME MORE OR LESS WITH ALL 
AND SINGULAR THE BODS, WATERS, WATER COURSES, MINES AND MINERAL 

AND APPURTENANCES TO THE SAME BELONGING OR APPERTAINING WITH THE 
RIVERSION, AND REMAINDERS, RENTS AND ISSUES THEREOF AND ALL THE 
ESTATE RIGHT- TITLE INTEREST CLAIM AND DEMAND OF HIM, THE SAID 
MaTTHI AS Ml ERS HIS HEIRS AND ASSIGNS FOREVER TO THE SAID WALKER HIS 
HEIRS AND ASSIGNS FOREVER TO HAVE A.D TO HOLD THE SAID HI 
ACRES AND A HALF BOUNDED AS AFORESAID UNTO THE SAID EDWARD 
WALKER, HIS HEIRS AND ASSIGNS FOREVER FREE FROM ALL ENCUMBRANCE 

WHATEVER WILL WARRANT AND FOREVER DEFEND AGAINST ALL PERSONS CLAIMING 
OR TO CLAIM AND WILL WARRANT AND FOREVER DEFEND BY THESE PRESENTS. 
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I THE SAID MATH I AS MIARS HAVE HEREUNTO SET MY HAND 
AND SEAL THE DaY Da Y AND ATE ABOVE WRITTEN SIGNED SEALED AND 
ACKNOWLEDGED IN PRESENCE OF US. SIGNED ivATHlAS Ml ERS 

witness: Wm be.s'RY , Samuel King Way session I8i2 



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Then the within deed of conveyan e was acknowledge: in open court 

AND WAS ORDEK'El, TO BE REGISTERED. LET IT 3E REGISTERED; 

signed Richard Mitchell, clerk. 

note: Name spelled, Miers, MiaR and Mins 



The following record is from a BOCK: BY B,"MA SEGGINS 

WHITE on the John Walker of Wigton Scotland which ma y be of 

interest. This is a very large book, so I will just merely copy a few 

records . 

MARRIAGES OF JOHN WALKER TO MaRGaRET Huston 8-29- 1 771 

2nd, to Margaret Kelso 7-3- i 783 

Joseph : Patterson to Jean Walker July i79i 

Alexander Walker to Nancy Cultoh or Dqlton i 0- 1 0- 1 797 

Alexander Stuart to Polly Walker i2-i4-i809 

Hugh Stewart or Stuart to Betsy Walker, 4~4-i3i3 

Thos H Walker to Elizabeth Culton May 16-1816 

John Walker to Elvira Russell Brown 3-20-1823 

Wm Wal ke r to L a v i n I a BR own 7-4-1 823 

Hugh Walker to Mrs FRancis Rogers Gaines daughter of Col. J P Gaines 

Nov 13-1830 
She died Sept i 6-1 366 

BIRTHS 

Jean Walker 8-24-1772 

Alexander 7-i9-i774 died Dec 2i 181O 

Margaret June 4 i7?6 died De: 23 i732 

MaRy June 26 |776 

Thos i0-3i-i734 

Betsy Nov I I 1787 

Girl not named born and died 1789 



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Johm Walker born September i0-i792 died januarv ii, 1814 

Wm Walker born Sept 23- 1794 

James Walker born ii-4-i790 t799 died i<i-i-i302 

Hugh Walker born May 8, i802 

Children of Joseph Rogers and Mary 
DEATHS 
James Rogers . died Aug i0-i789 (i789) 

Robert Rogers died Aug ii, i803 
Matilda Rogers Jan 2i i807 
ElUa M Rogers died April 23, i809 

Thos A Rogers died Nov 22 i82l in Alabama, me was lieutenant Gov.. 
Jos Rogers, jr died june t i 833 
Margaret E Cocke died Aug 1853 
Rachael Armstrong died Nov 1863 
Louisiana Mitchell died Way 10, 1364 
Alice G Mitchell died July 22 1373 
Matilda Rogers wife of Thomas died Nov 2i i867 
Frances G W Rogers died Feb 7 1 383 
Lucy Armstrong died Nog 3 i8d0 

john A Rogers, died in Texas age 84 
Nancy Rogers Cameron died in Chicago i 39 ? 

In i 726 Jav.es Moore anl his br.the* Joseph Mo.re left Ireland 
a^d settled in Chester County Pennsylvania. Joseph died in 1723, Javes 
James married JANE "'A'lKER a descendant of the Ruthfrfcrds of 
SCOTLAND John Walker and james Moore his son in law left Pen a. 
and settled in ROCKdRIDGE COUNT/ VIRGINIA near the jump Mountain. Their 
descendants live in Va and Ky . This is an abstra t fr m a 
small book belonging to the Walker's of Hawkins C^ Tenn. The book 



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also stated that the rutherford family bible brought frc m srotland 
atto containing a 2nd of several generations further ba r k. and now 
was in possession of some Valker descendants in Ky. 



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AMIS, WILLI am December 30, i609 executor Haynes amis, heirs are 

Hayne? Amis a brother, James amis brother and Nancy Amis sister 



ARMSTRONG , William February i7, i 8i 3 Abirah Armstrong, 

ABlAL ARMSTRONG AM- ThOMaS JaCKSON EXECUTORS, A B I RA H ARMSTRONG 

Armstrong, John April i7. i3i3 Jane Armstrong. 
Jane Armstrong :: John Armstrong 

Thomas Armstrong Ann is Armstrong 

Baker Armstrong Mary Armstrong 

son Thomas Armstrong, anc John Young execut rs. 

Armstrong, Wm ^'ay 19 i8i7 Elizabeth Armstrong 

Jane Armstrong : Anna Armstrong: Thos Armstrong 

Nancy Armstrong John Armstrong W l Armstrong 

John Armstrong executors 

Lucy Amis December i7, ldi6 Thomas amis Haynes amis 

James amis, Nancy Howell Executor John a Rogers, grandson 

Children ,r grako children; Willis K amis Alla Gordon 

Lincoln amis, Lucy h amis 

GRA.NiD CHILDREN: TaUTHA C OX . FRAN C ES GRANTHAM 

Polly Rogers. 



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DAVID ANDERSON August 6, i 822 ELIZABETH ANDERS, N .- wife 

DAVID M ANDERSON ELIZABETH CHRISTAIN 



DEBORAH ALEXANDER DECEMBER 23, 1 827 Dick Alexander sole heirs 
John Alexander anq executor Dick Alexander. 



WILLIAM ARMSTRONG January 13, |835 EXECuTCR WM ARMSTRONG JR. 

JAMES AMIS. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG CLINTON ARMSTRONG 

POL^Y AMIS ELIZABETH BRADFORD SALLY H HORD 

LOUISIANA DeWolfe RACHAEL ARMSTRONG Daughter in law, wife 

MARGARET COOK of Arthur Armstrong 

8WHiIiAelABMS¥R©S3 Elizabeth Mary ARMSTRONG 

CARY ARMSTRONG Joseph Rogers 

Alice Armstrong Louisiana Armstrong 

Wm A Amis, grand son of Wm~S Wm Armstrong 

Wm Armstrong 



HAYNES AMIS July 27, 1847 executor Thomas J Amis Thomas Amis 

James Amis, Lucy hogan, Martha Kershus ? Mary Spears 

SaRah Ann Ann deceased heirs: Louisiana Amis and Lucy Ann amis. 



ISAAC AMIS. OcTosr 13, 1849 SAMUEL A AMIS. Elizabeth Snyder 
Polly Amis, PriceIlla Amis, Eleanor Drinnon, Nancy LaWSOn, 

Lucinda Drinnon, SuSan;.ah Jones, SaRah Davis 



Jonathan Anderson March 3, i849 Rhody SizewcRe Catharine he-.d or 

Hord 

Wary Smith; Executors devrly C Ford. 

Grand sons: Even An oer son Castor Anderson 



Aaron Anderson August 13, i 855 Birtha Anderson: Solomon Stapleton tenant 
Ex John Bagby and John Teiv.pleton & henry Hart, tenant 



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William Alton '.'ay 29, 1 857 wife not Named. John Alton 
Mary Elkins, Sarah Carpenter ex-cjt h.john Alton 

or S . D. BROOKS. 



Seth Armstrong July l l, 1859, Eliza --eth Armstrong wife; 

Attest: Wm Mullins and Stephen hicks, Milly H/ hicks, 

Ann Armstrong, Saray Chri stain Dorothy Ann hicks, grand daughter 



John K Arnold October iO i859, Martha Arnold William Arnold 

Jackson arnolo Andrew Arnold John Arnold Thos Green berry 

Eliza Arnold George Arnold Alfred Arnold Sarah Arnold 

jul*an arnold harvey arnold 



William Arnett July 29, i860 Sally «\Rnott Wm ARnott father 

William A. Charles, a nephew, Isabella Charles a niece 
James W HeaRIck executor 



Willi an-; Armstrong February i 6- 1867 Mary Armstrong 

Henry Armstrong Alfred Armstrong Mary Powell Wm Armstrong 

m,*ry armstrong and alfred executors 

wife/ 



Charles D. Davis March 22, lS6l Susannah Davis, Charles Davis 

Mary Ann Cleppek, Jos H Alvis, Eliza K Davis, Thaddaas Davis 
Thomas Davis, Virginia Johnson heirs of John M Davis 

Hugh Brown, July 4 1789 Rebecca Brown, wife Robert Black 

SaRa Brown Margaret Br own John Brown Wm Brc wn 

EBENEZER BROOKS Apkil 23, i799 heirs David Campbell, Betsy Campbell 

Polly Campbell, Wm Montgomery cousin Jean Davis half-sister 

John Campbell of Washington David Caldwell of Hawkins Co Ten... 



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Richard Byrd March 5, »803 Elizabeth byrd 7/m byrd 

John Byrd Michael Byrd James Byrd 

David- Byro Richard Byrd Charles Byrd 

Jean Byro Elizabeth Byrd 

Ann Byrd Wary Byro 



Michael Bacon August i, i804 Isabella Bacon, Catharine Bacon 
Mary Bacon, Sarah Bacon, Samuel lee, a friend. Thomas lee 
Hubakt Murphy 



Henry BRay May ii 1 307 Margaret BRay 



JAt>CS BREEDER SEPTEMBER I i8l5, Samuel Powell executor 
Winny Rutherford, J awes Smith Mark Breeden 

Pulcherry Breeden V.'ade Breeden, Ruthy Breeden 

Polly Breeden, Uancy Bre den Wm Breeden 

Betsy breeoeNj Louisiana Smith McKinney Smith 

Juoy Smith Kiegrc ChaRlott 



Henry Burem Ffbkuak y 4 i9n Jacob Miller, executor 

PlTSAR bUREM? FaSKIL- H 8UKEM uOHN Burem 

Absalom Burem Hpnry Burem Polly burem Petfr Burem 

cietsy Carter uokcaS Kenner Sally Charles 

WILLIAM BERRY SEPTEMBER 13, 1 823 Irene Berry executor ben on i Mcrle- 
Morley, Heirs Elizaeeth Walker Rachael Berry 

Sarah Berry, John Berry Thos Berry Wm Berry Mary Berry 

Francis Berry Hannah Berry Bencni Morlen, friend. 



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THOMAS BRANSHAL JANUARY 5, I 327 Judith BRanshal 

Jacob BRanshal grandson executrix aweu* " " 

"Bur well B a"ssett~ "Ju n e " ' 1 4 "~| 842 Executor James L Elten and Joseph 

Vaughn; wife Martha Bassett. Elvice Vaughn Kitturah Bassett 

Adeline Bassett Alexander Bassett Richard Bassett 

Nathaniel Bassett James M Barrett Ja>/es U Bassett Martha Bassett 

Helen Bassett. 

WlLLlAb BRADLEY OCTOBER I 1 842 Nancy B Phipps grand daughter 

Louisa Phipps, Orville Bradley, Jesse Lyons executor 

William Baldwin May 4 i344 Wm Baldwin executor; Wm K Baldwin 
Wm Baldwin, Nicholas Baldwin john Baldwin MaR y Baldwin wife 
Mary Ann Baldwin Esther Baldwin Elizabeth Jane Baldwin 



Orville Bradley September 27 1 347 Nancy B Phipps niece 

Executor Hugh Walker oEcrge k Powell July i9, 1847 wife 

Mary Bradley Jacob Bradley David BRaDley John Bradley Samuel 

Bradley WM Bradly Anna Bradley Rebecca Bradley 

Jacob Bradley Wm Bradley, Christum Sansabaugh 

THO" A^"bIrRETT JUNE 2 i , 1835 Wife Winifred Barrett 

Executors john Barrett a»d W Nelson Barrett sons 

children Alfred Barrett; i^olly Barrett Nancy Barrett 

Malinda Barrett Hetty Ford Betsy Reynolds Louisa GRSse 

Grose 

MetjtxxxEbrb, John Barrett Nelson Barrett Thos Barrett 

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David Blackwell no date given wife amy Blackwell 

Alexander Ballard, Sr. May 6, 1839 J-ves IJanley. 

SaRa Ann Ballard, grand daughter -daughter of Alexander Ballard jr 

James Manley Ballard son of Alexander 

Nicholas Baldwin July 26, i 840 wife Culsy Baldwin 

children: Wm Baldwin and heirs John Baldwin David Baldwin 

Joshua Baldwin Alexander Baldwin George Baldwin Jesse Baldwin 

Jane Baldwin He^iry Byrd, Richard Mitchell executor 



JOHN 80LIN JULY 29, 1 839 heirs; Father and mother 

Florence and James Bolin 
executor James Bolin ; 



John Buil wife Eva Buil Florence Catharine buil 

EXECUTOR JO V.'RI GHT, AND Wm KELLY 



PETER BARR APRIL 4, 1829 wife Edy 6aRR, Jacob BaRR, 

James Barr, Nancy Barr, Barbara 3arr, Deborah BaRR. 
Executor Jehu S Wells 



HENRY BRUTHERTON JUNE lO, i829 wife B;ttSy Brutherton 

Children: Jacob Brotherton, jimmy BRotherton, Catharine brutherton, 

Polly Brotherton, ekecutrix wife Betsy Brutht?ton. 

Moses Ball l2-l5-l33l ekecutors sns '.Vesley and Thomas Ball. 

wife Molly Ball. Children; Spencer Ball, Robert Ball, Bennett Ball. 

THE FOLLOWING NOT HEIRS MENTIONED; WM , ThOS AND '.'ESLEY XBaLL 

Grandson Jonathan eiall. children McDamel Ball, Nancy Warren ; Polly Ball 
Sibby Long and SaRa & Long's children 



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JOEL BAYLES APRI L 1 3, i833 stated that his negro SaM be free, all 

ESTATE 'WENT TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

NATHANTel BASSETT DECa.cER 4, 1834 heirs of burwell B. bASSETT 
children: Polly l attock, Hugh Bassett hugh Armstrong 

HEIRS OF KITTERINE. PEGGY MaTTOBK DlCK FREED. 

HEIRS OF BURWELL BaSSETT : ELIZRA SaSSETT, KaTkERINE BaSSETT 

Alebander Bassett, Richard Nathaniel Bassett 

Heirs of Spencer bassett, Wm Bassett, Louisa Bassett, John Bassett 

George Bassett, Isaac Bassett, Jose or jesse Bassett 

Daniel Bloomer Way £3 i338 wife Lucey blo :,m, Lucy Bloomer 

Wm Blo:mer, jose-h dlcomer , Nehemiah Blo mer , James Bloomer, Jesse 

Bloomer, Mary Blo mer , Elizabeth Blojmer, Milly Bloomer, Phebe Blooms 

Bloomer llojmer, MaRTHEY Blo.mer . execut ,rs Wm Walling Jr. 

and James Blo. .mer execut ors 



JOHN C CHURCH LAY 30 i3i3 Henry Church, Thomas Church, 

Ge.rge Church, Elean.r Church wife, Wary a Staples m-.d Nancy Staples 

grand Daughter 



John Croson February i, i8i4wife DrusillaR Croson executrix 
John Croson executor s..n- Children not named. 



MICHAEL CLICK July 28. I8l4 MaRGaRET Click, Eli z a beth Cl i ck , KaThaR ine Cl ick 
J-hn Click, Tmxi Ge kge Click, Michael Click, f^T+k Math i as Click, 
Jacob Click. Executes, wife, Jac; b Click, Jesse hucard 

John Cox, May ||, i8ii P a tty or Polly MaTT»ck, Execut. r Ge r ge Cox 
Nancy Sims, Elizabeth Sims, Sally Cocke, K^ty Looney Jcsiah Cox, 
AbsolomCox, George Cox, Russell Cox, grand sow 



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Benjamin Cox, June i3 i79i brother Willi am Cox, Father Wu C ox 

EXECUTOR FATHER 

Ruben CRaycRaft April I 1 79 1 heirs faThek- execut r 
Thos McLaughlin, Thos (wurrell. 

Collin Crilly July 4 1793 executor John Young, children 

Wm Crilly, James Thompson , Eliza Musgr^ve 



EowaRO Cross or Gross July 2i i79l wife Rebecca Cross .r Gross 
Robert Cross or Gr. ss, Pamely Cr,ss or Gr^ss Eliza^th Grosse or Cross 

Deni or Irene Gross or Cr.ss Mary Gross ~jr Cr ss 
Nanoy Gross. Wm Gross Gibbins gross or Cr ss Patsy Cross jR Gr:Ss 
James Cross or Gr.;ss. 

JOHN COX AUGUST 25, 1798 wife Tabitha C x. Thomas Cox, Alice Cox 
Execut; r br.thek Edward Cox. 



REBBEC A CRAFT FE3RUARY 5, |8|8 BR THE ; <S AND S I STF.R S 

SISTER SARA LIGHT, VACHEL LIGHT AND THREE S jN S 

EXECUTOR VACHEL LIGHT. 

CORNELIUS CARh-.ACK DECO/bER 29 l8l8.$ILLlAM CaRMaCK 

C ORNELI US C A.RMAC K, ISAAC C AR Ma C K , J.'HN CaRMaCK, Pachael CaRmack AND 

heirs, Elizabeth Oarmack, Susannah CaRmack, Sally CaRmack Polly 

Carmack, Nelly Carmack, imancy CaRmack, Catharine Car mack 
Ex ecu t: rs Wm m d C orn el l u s C asm ack 



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Samuel Curry February 22 1812 wife Mary Curry, children; 
Ge.rge Curry, Samuel Curry -Rebecca Cjrry, Ann C urry ;MaRg»ret Curry 

Relation not stateo f r the following 
John Mc^heeters, arch Simpson, John and James Reuben Skelton 
Executor wife, Mary Curry, Samuel McPheeters 

WILLIAM CRAWFORD JULY 8 |804 wife - no na ,e GIVEN 

executrs Christopher Wilkes. 

SALLY COLEY'S March 9 1 807 executors ChaS Mays-, n aNl Wm Tur,-.er 

Nancy Caley's drC.ley sister Janes Ccley's son of Peggy Coley 

Wm Caley or C:ley, Molly Coley Co cy's Nancy Coley Frank Coley S 

bETSY Coley, , j eo« Coley Wm Coley and James Coley. 

Jacob Cox 

Jacob Cox July I, »6Q8 wifeMaRy Cox, John C:x, Witner Cox, 
PhaRah Cox, Lucy Cox, letsy Cox, °>lly Cx, Nan yCcx, 
Emmaline Cox. wxecut rs, Mary Ccx wife, Martin Rowlen and Th^s k 
Hopki NS. 

James Caldwell March 30, 1812 wife Jane Caldwell, St Clair Caldwel 

John Caldwell, Ann Caldwell, Ann Caldwell, Jane Caldwell, wife 

St Clear Caldwell and John Caldwell 

Tabitha Cox, September i3, i 33 1 wife Elizabeth C-x, ex 

executors James Bradley and James gr a nth am.. Ed Cox, James Cox j* 

Jjhn Cox, Alice Hale, Francis Taylor, Grandsons; Thos G A Ccx 

Thomas H Cox, James R HaRalson, 

- grand daughter £liza V Cox. 



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JOHN COOPER DECE,oER 5, 1 33 1 wife Ma«* Cooper, Robert Cooper 

Jane Cooper. Wiley Cooper Elizabeth Cooper 

Absolom Cooper M*RV Cooper Henry Cooper J/..iu,es Cooper John Coo per 
Willi am Cooper 

John Chester June 7 i832 wife Vury Chestfr. Elizabfth Roberts 

C athaR i ne Chester Archibald Chester, Samuel Chester, John k Chester 

Jacob Charleston orChaRleton, July 3 i 334 Polly Gilliam frieno 

executor John Gilliam^ 

Benoni Caldwell (v a*ch i i837 wife Elizabfth Caldwell 

executor Tho s Caldwell brothfr 

Sally Greenway and heirs Lettice Young LaRy Galbraith 

Betsy Bryan Benoni Caldwell JohnC aldwell; Nathaniel H Caldwell 

------- Perry C Caldwell, Volney Caldwell, Delphia Ann Caldwell 

Rachael C aldwell, El I z a Caldwell, Julia AnnaCaldwell 

GEORuE CRO BARKER no date gives Hetty Seavess, 

wife Wary CrobaRger , executors wife, a*d John Critz 

SIMEON COLLINS no Date wife FRankey Collins, 

JOHN COCHERAN January 5, i9 1839 wife Sal^y Cocheran 

Thos G Cocheran, John H Cochran, Daniel H Cochbran, Wm H Cgcheran 

*bner W Cocheran. Maria McCullojugh, £lz Thorpe. Ex; Thos E Cocheran 

John H C ocher an. 

Louisa McBRi de belongs tc above or 

SARAH CHARLES MARCH 22, 1 839 below: 

Mary Charles, James Charles, DjRcuaS Jane Charles, Malinda Charles 

Lucinda Charles, oaSper Charles Manervy Charles Elds idge Charles, 

James ChaRles 



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henry Church November 5, 184 ? executors 7/m Church, and 

Beverly C- Ford. wife 1 Alice Church 

MatIlDa Church, SaRah Church, Ge.. rge Church, Enoch Church, henry Church 



JOHN CHR I STAIN MARCH 4, 1845 wiF e Nancy C hri stain , executors 

Wm L Christain ano Thomas Christain. wife Nancy Christain 

Willi am ChRistain, Margaret Arnold. Lewi s Chki stain widow 

Thos Christain, Nancy long, John Christain 

Allen Christain, Seth Christain, James Christain, George Christain. 

John Crozier July 25, i845 wife Elizabeth CrozieR 

Susannah Crozier Agness Crozier , Casander Crozier Nan y Isabella Cr 

Crozier. 

Casander Cbozier Aug 3 «847 executor Wm Gri gsby Sr. 

mother Elizabeth CRuZIer, Nancy Isabella Crozier sister 

Daniel Carey December 27, i820 wife Folly Hcllen (2nd wife) 

Susannah Carey i st wife 

executor Thos Ingram Jacob Miller, la*d aimd heirs both in Nelsdn 

county Virginia, children Sally, Mary a.h, Rebecca and David DaRey 



Louis ChRisti an May i i 822 executors wife Peggy Christain 

and Wm Chr isti an , childr John, Christian, Thoms Christian 

Louis jr Christian Al'.en Christian, James Christian, Lucinda Christain 
Cuoly ChRisti an, Peggy Chris jiin, Patsy Chri sti an 

Polly Christain, Nancy Christain, Sally 4 daughter of Wm Christain 
Wm Christian, Sally Christain, a grand Daughter. 



JOSErH W CARDER SEPTBV I 29, 1 824 executes Judge S Powell, 

wife Judith Carder, Christopher, Charlotte .Frank, and Josephine 

carden or 

Caroers 



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John Cole September II i& i82i wife Marga*et Cole, executor 

WIFE. 

Elizabeth Cooped February 8 i828 James S Cooper son executor 
James Cooper 

Samuel Curry August i4 i 830 Jane Curry wife executor 
Freder ick A RjSS and ja^es Ross John C Curry 

Wm S Curry uE-Rge Curry and John Curry 

DANIEL CAR;'-! ICHAEL MAY 2c 1 848 wife 

James Ayres, . Hami ltcn C armi cha el nephews Pleasant CaRmichael, nephew 

Yelverton Carpenter June i5, »843 execut >r James Conner and John 
Carpenter Sjn, wife Hannah Carpenter, Jackson, and Wm CaRpente.; 
Allen Carpenter, Jerse Carpenter, Anderson CaRpente 

John Carpenter, James Carpenter, Mary Spradler, MaRv Orlena Carpenter 
Daughter of Anderson Carpenter. 



THOS C©6(B;IeE AuSUOT «34984»ife LUcinDa Cob ok' Cocke executors 
Wm S Creed, Thos R Read, Ge_.kge W Moore wife Lucinda Co-ke 
Wm S Creed, MaRy S Reed, Margaret Mo>;Re . Geok r W Moore 



ETHElDRIDGE CHARlES MARCH 29, 1 849 wife Susannah Charles, 

Wm a Charles, So s an .ah E Charles, Hughey Charles, br^th^r BaRShaba 

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PHAROAH COBb MARCH 13 1823 executors Ge.kge Hale, Andrew Gal braI th 

Richard Mitche. l. ^/ BaRSha Co3b, Julian Conner, son in law. 

Grand son jR GRandeson Conner, Richard Ccsb, Wm Cobb, Arthur Cobb 

AbrsolomKyle, SuN in law. jesse Cjs3, BaRShaba Kyle, BaRShaba C osb, 

daughter xb of Arthur children of Richard, bARSHAEA, Sally and 

Elizabet Ccbb. 



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RALEIGH DGDSOiJ JULY 20 i793 executes Lazarus Dooscn 

RuLLlAM KEINER RaLEIGH DOOSCN , , PESSV I ■ I R a 

Nelly Saundess, Lazarus D-DSon, LILLIAN DcDSuN, James DoosoN 
Nancy Dooson, GRAND daughter Nm<y ShelTon 



JOHN GALBRSATH,AUG 22 1 832 EXECUTORS Andrew L Galoreath 

.«»*»H^ APNEAS G GALBRAlTH, A BR THER ANDREW GaLBREaTH 

Prisc illa Wr ight, Sally Wattek Son, Jjh Sharp, Julia Galoraith 
Arthur Wright, Matilda Havgood, Malinoa Spread? 



JACOB B GROVES JANUARY I 3 1837 MOTHER Jacob Howes, 
Jacob B Groves, Jan 13, i 337 '-*«■*■ mother 

Jacob Howes, and cHiLDK r N. not named. 

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LAZARUS GULLEY MARCH I 1 837 Nancy Gulley wife V.'m Gulley 

dRUNT Gulley, Thoms Gulley, Nelson Gukley, Isaac Gulley Sally Gulley 



WILLIAM GRIGSBY oULY 2i 1 839 executor Wade h Smith 

wife Susan Grigsby, Gipscn Grigsby, Frank Grigsby SaRah Grigsby 



RACHAEl FORGEY MARCH 27 1 837 Executors Ja*ies For gey mother Margaret F 

Rogers Forgey W Harla-m Forgey, Willed Forgey 

DA MEL FLORA JUNE 19 1838 wife Charlotte Flora 

executor Joseph Flora. Joseph Flora, Jacob Flora, Dan Flora. 
Abraham Flora, Nancy Flora, Charlotte Flora, Polly Flora, Lucinda Flora 
Evline Flora. 

Daniel Flora, April 28, i840 wife Nancy Flora, executors wife 



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Thomas A Fletcher, November 30, i34i executor A Smith 
John Fletcher, Wm Fletcher, Thos Fletcher 

James Fletcher, Jimmey Derrin, Polly O'Daniel, Peogy Fletcher 
FRankey Etten Elizabeth and Anthony Smith 

1314658 

james F GaRNES December 29 1 820 wife *no John l GaRnes 

Wl FE FRANCl S G. 

Clinton Armstrong. fathekano mother, sister Sarah Goin, 

Joseph Everett, Sister Children children : James - Phebe- 

Edward or Edmond, Henry, Eliz, Bethellene 

Children Eliz ; Lary and Frances 
shares of town of Dennapolas, Alabama 



JAMES GIDEON AUGUST 20 1 823 wfeMaRTHa Gideons 

Edward Gideons, Wm Gideons, j:hn Gideons, I sham Gideons 

Eliza Davis, and Sara Reed. 

JOHN GRIGSBY SEPTEMBER 28 l82l wife'Winney Grigsby, Nathaniel Grigsby 

Ashley Grigsby, Judy Smith, 

J.-.hn and Eliz Rutherford, John and Fan^y Wood. 

Polly and James S^ith Javes '/est 

John and Winny Rutherford Lucy Murkel 

William Grigsby gra.nd daughter Louisiana and 

Minerva Smith 
Sam Grigsby 

john Gri gsby 

Nancy Grigsby 



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WILLIAM GOING AUGUST 2i 1827 Tw ShekaRD jino Andrew Going 
executor Nicholas long 

WILL I At, GROSS DECE bER 22 1827 wife Nancy Gross, executors 
James Grjss akd Cornelius Gr^ss. wife Nancy Gross, Catharine 
KiURPHY, Polly gross , j«mes Gross, Wm Gross, Cornelius Gross, 
Sally Gilliam 8kx John Gr^ss, decd. lewis Gr^.ss grand son 
Margaret Rorack, MaRy and Nancy a no Elizabeth Ford. 

FRANCES GODDARD SErTOobER 27, 1828 Wife Sarah GoddaRD, 

EXECUTRIX. WIFE. V/lFE SaRAH GODDaRD, ScLOMaN GODOaRD, POLLY 

Godoard, Rebecca GoddaRD, Suteary GoddaRD, Catry Goddard. 
Eleanor Goddard, Sally Goddard, and Nancy GoddaRD 



BENONY HAYNES February iO 1827 executrix Rachel Hanes 

his wife. Wm Hanes, Isam Hanes, Absolom Hanes, James Hanes 
Sally Hanes, Polly Hanes, Janey Hanes, J**e- Luley Hanes, 
Elizabeth Haynes. 

GOODLIFF HUFFMaSTER APRIL 1 8 1 829 EXECUTOR Joseph Huffma ster 
Isaac Laudeback. j.him Huffmaster , Joseph Huffmaster, 

JONATHAN HUFFMaSTER, DaNIEL HUFFMaSTER, BARBARA HUFFMaSTER 
MaRY HUFFMaSTER, SaLLEY HUFFMaSTER BETSEY HUFFMaSTER. 

Christopher Haynes execut.r Jai^es Bradley and Haynes Amis 

son in law 

wife Frances Haynes. Lazarus Spears 

James Bradley Sjns in law.; Thomas Haynes, Drury Haynes 

Fernby Spears, Sarah Charles, Jane HaGan, f aRy Haynes, John and 

Christopher Haynes, Jesse Haynes, Frances Haynes 



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J4'. ES HAGOOD AUGUST 9, 1833 wife Nanoy HaGooo a,*d executrix 

Benjamin and James Hagood executors. Beckey Ingram, Anne Raley 

Benjamin T Hagood, James M Hagood, Stephen D Hagood. 



NANCY HORD OCTOBER 5, 1 837 executro Eldri dge HoRD, and 
ROBERT W KINKEAD WILLIAM HGRD ELDRI DGE HORD THOS HORD. 

LUCRETIA HORD DECEASED. STANWIX HORD'S HEIRS 

GRAi»D CHILDREN: NANCY HORD. MALONA HORD Ar 
WILLI AM STANARX CR STAkWIB. 

AdRAHAiV, HAUN AUGUST 2, 1 847 executor James Witt, 
wife Elizabeth Haun, Ja/.es Haun, other children not named. 

OGDEN HALE DECEMb r R i3 i84i wife Lovina Hale, Kezrah Hale. 
Samuel Hale, IvIaRy Hale, Anna Kelley, HaRvey Hale, Thos Hale, 
Arthur Hale, Jesse and Turner Hale. 



SAMUEL HENDERSON EXECUTOR PLESA.MT AND SA\ EUL HENDERSON 

MARCH 30 184-3 Pleasant Henderson Samuel Henderson 

Betsey Henderson, Lucinda Henderson, Amanda Henderson 

Grand children; Thos Henderson, George Henderson, Wm Henderson 

Bradley Henoerson, Samuel Henderson, John Henderson 

ARTHUR HALE MAY 19, 1845 Jane Hale, Ali-e Hale, Martha Hale, 

Kindred Hale, Hiley j Hale, Betsey Hale. 

John Headrick September 23, i847 Wife Rachael Headrick John B Headrick 
james W Headrick, Bernard C headrick, Elijah W headrick, 
Peggy Phillips, and Anne Walker 



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ROBERT HAMILTON SR. FEbRUARY 2i , l'800 Executors, Samuel McPheeters 

Robert Hamilton and George Maxwell executors. 

CHILDREN: RjBERT HAMILTON, JOHN HAMILTON, Ja ES HAMILTON 

Catharine Ham ilton, Elenor Ham ilton , Elizabeth Hamilton, wife MaRgaRE 

WIFE L'aRGaRET. GRAND CHILDREN; ROBERT AND N ATH AN PaGE 

Robert McW ill i ams, Robert brushire 

John's Robert and William Hamilton 
John Bershure, Jesse McWilli ams 



DANIEL HAMILTON MARCH 25, 1 801 EXECUTORIS 

WIFE; ROSANNAH, PaSCAL HAMILTON, POLLY HAMILTON 

Susannah Hamilton, Henry Hamilton, Frank Hamilton, Edwin Hamilton 
Sally Hamilton. 



THOMAS HARLIN FEBRU'.RY 1823 wife Elizabeth HaRlin 

Executor John CaRmack John HaRlin 

JOHN HERREL SEPTEMBER 9 1 8i 5 executor John Herrel and 

Jacob Miller. Polly Herrel, Salley Norman, Tishe North, Ludy Cot. 

Comes, Betsy Smart, Wincey PaRRett Enoch Herrel 

John Herrel Grand sons Frank and Samuel Woods 

JOHN H I NSON OCTOBER 8 1811 wife Elizabeth hen son, executor 

Ga3Riel McCraw 
John Howel Aug iO- i 820 wife Mary Howel , Willy Howel, 9aRa Howel 
Mattison Howel, Elizabeth Howel, James Howel, j*wes- 
Nancy Howel, Salley Howel, bETSEY Howel 



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HOGAN, James August i 7-i 820 wife Kachael Hogan, Frances HaGan 

John Hogan, Thomas Hogna, P Alexander 

Margaret Hogan, Elizabeth R hogan, Alicf Hogan, Alexander Hogan 

BROTHER 



JOHN S. HILL May 20, 1823, executrix Martha Hill, Andrew GalbreaTh 

Betsy Hil,_, Lewin Hill, Sally Hill, James Hill, Charles Hill, 

Mary Hill, Marthy Hill., Kitty Hill, An.j Hill, Thos hill, 

Polly Moore, or P^lly Moon? Benjamin hill, John Hill, Peggy hill, 

Joshua Hill, Jenny daltzell?. 

BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON, OCTOBER i3, i949, executor Wm Hutchinson 

Rudolph Hutch ins. n, 

Rebec a " (Margaret hutch ins n, grand daughter 



AQuILlA JONES DECEMdER i5, 1309 Mary jones, wife, Martin Jones, 
Enoch Jones, Ruth Williams 

THOS JACKSON January 27, i8l7 James Jackson, Robert Jackson 

bETHUNiA Jackson, Joseph Jackson, executes M Neil and Ge.rge Hale. 

James Jackson, June 26, 1 832 executor JaIv.es T Jackson, and 

Jeremiah Jackson, Susannah Jackson, his wife -Thos Jackson 

Charity Jackson, ^ucy Jackson, Polly Jackson 

Betsy and heirs Mary uackson, Jeremiah Jackson , James Ja kson 

grandson James T Jackson, 

Nancy Johnson April 4- 1842. executor Jacob Johnson. J^rOB 2p" 

SlFORD, SON IN LAW, HUSBAND OF JUDITH JaCKSON 



James Johnson, Sr . 2-ii-i849 wife Ann Johnson, Walter Johnson, 
A. D. Johnson, Executors Ann Johnson, and A D Johnson 



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Jacob Cline or 

Jacob Irvine ? JR. June 3 i807 Wife Martha Cline or Irvine 

Jacob, Mattena, 3 sons and 4 Daughters. 

Executors Jacob Cline or Irvine Jr. Benoni Caldwell, James Forgy 



Judith ken.er, February i3 i 829 wife Lucy Keni.er 

GRAND SONS RODHAM KENNER, Wm W KENMER, W« C'WlNTON, COLUMBUS CaRDEN, 

Joseph CaRDE.m, Lovely J KenuER, Margaret Finley, jojn G Kenner 
Judith CaRden, executor Wm Simpson. 



Andrew King April m i83i Barbara King, wife. 

Jacob King, James King, Charles king, Elizabeth King, Sara King 

Aoams' King wife son Andy King 



George Karnes October j4 i 8l 6 executor Jacob Karnes 

Jacob Karnes, George Karnes, Eliza Welty, Andrew Karnes 

William Karnes, John Karnes, wife Elizabeth Karnes 

Judith Kenner November i4 i3i9 executor Wm Simpson, 

Margaret DuGuaRD, mother 

Lucy Winston, daughter; Margaret Winters, grand Daughter, 

Lawrence Kenner , Juduth Carden, Wm kenner, Roadham Kenner grand son 

ROBERT KYLE 2i 1 820 wife Leah Kyle; Absolom Kyle 

William Kyle, John Maples heirs, Wm Simmons heirs. 

Wm Mccarty's heirs, Nancy Wilson daughter of Robert Kyle decd. 
executors John Young, Wm North, or DoRTh, Absolom Kyle. 

Gale, son of Thos deceased. 

Wm Kyle. Sarah wife Polly Maples, Patsy Maples 



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Elijah Kincheloe February i 0-1832 executor wife Polly kincheloe 
Nathan Gray. children James Es kincheloe 
Margaret Kincheloe : Polly 8 Kincheloe 

Sarah Elizabeth ,! 

Thos C Nancy " 

John Louisa " 

George W. Rachel " 

Malinda Kenner September 8 1 835 James Kenner 

Rodham Kenner 

Lee Savage, son in law 
Executor Edwin Ham-h= Hamblin, Richard Mitchell. 



Barbara King March l8, l 842 Executor David Reynolds 
Adam King Charles King, Jacob King, James King 
Fanny Arnold, Sarah Sell, Elizabeth GARRISON. 



William Keele January i3, i843 Anthony B Keele, , jesse Keele 
Executors jesse a.-.d A d Keele, wife Lucy or levy Ann Keele 
Eliz Coffman, IvaRyCavin, Rachael Deveraux, Henrietta Baily, 
Matilda Williams, Sebbriney Carter 



JOHN KIRKPATRICn June i5, i346 David KirkpaTRIck, Hugh Kirkpatrick 

James Kirkpatrick, wife Judith kirkpatrick- Elizabeth Chestnut 

THOMAS LOYD April |4, i789wife 

John Loyd, Sam Loyd, Polly Loyd, Benjamin Loyd. 

GEORGE LAUGHMILLER JANUARY i7, 1 798 wife mentioned 

uohn Laughmiller, JOHiM Laughmiller, Elizabeth A'\ d Rebecca Laughmillef 

joseph Rogers a^d James Laughmiller, executors. 



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John Lee August 22, i 809 CaDuR lee, dassett lee, John Lee, 
Mary Lee, Martha ^.ee, SaRa Patrick, tjRAND son Wm Lee. ^ 



WILLIAM B LEMAR of Frederick Co Maryland August 29, l8l2 
(This will is also recordfd at Frederick Co Maryland court house) 
which he said he made on his way from Frederick Maryland, executor 
Wm LeMaR and Thomas LeMaR . wife ElizabTh LemaR . 
children Henry LemaR, Sally LemaR, Susannah Lemai>, Rachel LemaR 
Marine L. LeMar , esenjamin S le,?aR, Ric.-iaRD S LemaR . 
Thomas LemaR, William LemaR 



MARY LEE August 19, l3t 8 Winifred Bailey, '"elpah Bailey, Mary Bailey 

others but not Named. Executors Wm Lee a -d Edwar Lee 

Mary Lee, January i7 i5i3 Clinton Lee sow Robert lee, brother and 

executor. 



John Lane, December 4, (823 wife SaRah Lane, Zadock Lane, 

John Barnes, Sarah Wood. 

James Leeper April i3-i82i Ruth Leeper wife, Sally Leeper John Leepe 

John Leeper, Guien Leeper, James Leeper, Ruth R Leeper, Jane Leeper 

NANrY j Leeper FRa nc i s Leeper, MaRgaRtt Leeper, Tehpena Leeper, 

Hugh Leeper, executors Wm Armstrong, gwien leeper 



The following two wills are copied at length as they 
are abstracted elsewhere in this book, by John Walker is my direct 
ancestor. The Joseph Epperson is given at length because his wife's 
name was Jane Epperson, as yuu can see John Walkfr had a daughter 
named Jane Epperson, she might only have been named for the wife 
of Joseph Epperson, but it is here copied for interest. 



Will of John Walker made August i9, |8|8 

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: 

I, John Walker of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee, 

BEING WEAK IN BODY BUT OF SOUND AND PERFECT M I NO AND MEMORY, CONSIDERING 



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THE UNCBTAINTY OF THIS MORTAL LIFE, BLESSED 8E ALMIGHT Y GOO FOR THE Sa 
SAME, DO MAKE AND PUBLISH THIS MY L A ST WILL Mi D TESTAMENT IN MANNER AND 
FORM FOLLOWI NG VIZ: 

First after paying all just debts. I give and bequeath unto my eldest 
children, vis: JOSHUA WALKER one doll.r, JOHN WALKER, one dollar, 
WALTER WALKER one dollar, EDWARD WALTER (see WALKER FAV I LY RECORDS 
IN THE SHADOWS OF CUMBERLAND GAP by Annie Walker Burns) for pension 
of the Revolution of Edward ) one dollar, ELIZAdETH WALKS*, my 

DAUGHTER ONE DOLLAR, AND JANE EPPERSON, ONE DOLLAR, AND JAMES WALKER 
ONE DOLLAR, WHtCH SAID SEVERAL LEGACIES I WILL ,',NO ORDER TO BE PAID 
TO THE SAID RESPECTIVE LEGACIES, AFTEk MY DECEASE, A \D THE REST OF 
THE ESTATE TO BE EQUALLY DIVIDED BETWEEN MY 8EL0VED WIFE ELIZABETH 

WALKER, a^D my four youngest CHILDREN viz: CINTHIA WALKER: 

SARAH WALKER: FRA X I S WALKER and ANDREW WALKER , and also I will 

AWS>- HEREBY APPOINT ELIZABETH WALKER, MY WIFE, SOLE EXECUTRIX OF THIS MY 
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT HERE3Y REVOKING ALL FORMER WILLS SE ME MADE. |N 

In witness witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal. 
This i9th August, 18I8. (signed) J<jh.";- (his X Mark) WALKER (SEAL) 

SIGNED SEALED AND DECLARED BY THE ABOVE NAMED JOHN WaLKER TO BE HIS 

last will at4u testament, in the presence of us who have hereunto 

subscribed our names as witnesses in the presel\i'e of the testator. 

James (his x mark) Walker, 
Nicholas Long. 

Clerk's certificate, true copy, Form 28 !/cQ,ui ddy Printing Co 

Nashville, Tenn 



RECORDS CF HAWKINS CO TENN WILL BOOK VOLUME I, 1797 TO 1836 
pages i 05-106 dated September 26, |3|4 

WILL OF JOSEPH EPPERSON; In the name of God, Amen, |, Joseph 
Epperson of the County ^f Hawkins and State of Tennessee, planter 
being in and of impehfect health of body but in and of percect 



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MIND AND MEMORY, THANKS BE GIVEN UNTO GOD , CALLING TO M I ND THE MORTALITY 
OF MY BOOY AND KNOWING THAT IT IS APPOINTED ONCE FOR ( PA GE t68 ) ALL MEN 
TO DIE, DO MAKE AND ORDAIN THIS MY L,« ST WILL AND TESTAMENT, THAT IS TO 
SAY PRINCIPALLY AND FIRST OF ALL. I GIVE AND RECOMMEND MY SOULD TO THE 

hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I give it to the Earth 

TO BE BURIED IN DECENT CHRISTIAN BURIAL AT THE DESCRETION OF MY EXECU- 
TORS NOTHING DOUBTING BUT AT THE GENERAL RESURRECTION I SHALL RAISE THE 
SAME AGAIN BY THE MIGHTY POWER OF GOD, AS TOUCHING SUCH AS MY WORLDLY 

Estate whereas it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I give demise 

AND DISPOSE OF IN THE FOLLOWING MANr.ER AND FORM; F I R ST , I GIVE AND 
BEQUEATH UNTO MY DEALY BELOVED WIFE JANE EPPERSON AND MY GH I LD R -N ALL 
MY STOCK OF HORSES K G AlTTLE, HOGS AND ft COWS HOUSE FURNITURE AND 
MOVABLE EFFECTS TOGETHER WITH MY PLANTATION ON WHICH I NOW LIVE, 
CONTAINING ONE HUNDRED ACRES TO BE 3Y HE R FREELY POSSESSED DURING THE 
TIME OF HER WIDOWHOOD, AT THE EXPIRATION OF HER TIME OR At HER DEATH, 
I WILL THAT THE SAME PROPERTY EXCEPT THE LAND SHOULD BE SCLD AND EQUALLY 

ge divided between The 3 chiluren, BETSEY AlLEK : NANCY EPPERSON: 

JOHN EPPERSON: POLLY EVER SON: PEGGY EPPERSON: THOMAS EPPERSON 

HESTER EPPERSON: PATSEY EPPERSON: Then t will Said land to JOHN 
AND THCft AS EP ERSGN MY TV£ SONS; AS THEIR RIGHT Ai\D PROPERTY. I also 

CONSTITUTE AND ORDaIN MY DEARLY OELCVED WIFE JANE EPPERSON AND 4 
JESSE tP.'EKSjN THE SOLE EXECUTORS OF THIS LaST WILL AND TESTAMENT AND 

i do hereby utterly revoke and disannul all and every other former will 
testament legacies executors by me befcr r named, willed bequeathed, 
testifying and confirming this and no other to be my will »»6 and 
testament. in witness whereof i have hereinto set my hand and seal. 
This 26 Sept |8|4. Signed - sealed published and pronounced and 

DECLARED BY THE SAID JOSEPH EPPERSON aS HIS LAST WILL AN TESTAMENT IN 
THE PRESENCE OF US WHO HAVE HEREUNTO SET OUR NAMES IN THE PRESENCE 
OF EACH OTHER SIGNED JOSEPH EPrERSON (SEAL). ATTEST HENRY CRAWLEY 



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Thos Lee July i3, i828, wife Polly L=e, executor James Lee 

James, -lee, Samuel Chestnut son in lav/. Sally Lee; ELIZABETH LEE 
THOMAS LEE: PLEASANT N LEE: WM D LEE: POLLY Ai N LEE 

JAMES J LEE DECEASED, MICHAEL b LEE. 

THOS LARK IN August 18, i . 1 829 wife Ann LaRkin. Wm LaRkin, 
Robert R LaRkin . 



JOHN LAUGHMILLER. AUouST II, 1814 WIFE Lovana LaughmilleR. 

John Laughmillf-, brother. Daughter Elizabeth Lutholtz 

sons: JACu.. LAUGHMILLER: GEORGE LAUGHMI LLER ■ DAVID LAUGHMILLER 

A BR AM LAUGHMILLER PHi . LI PS LAUGHMILLER : DAUGHTER Sarah LaughmilleR 

son John Laughmiller and James Laughmiller. Relation not told; 

the following frederick henry. 



THOMAS LEE. June 29, i3l6 wife Mary Lee, James Lee 



WILLIAM LIGHT SEPTEMBER 26, x8 1817 wife Patience light 
Execyti r Vachel and John light. Elenor light, Prbdence Noreloch 

Jacob, VACHEL: JOHN: WILLIAM: GEORGE: WRIGHT: JOSHUA LIGHT 
MICHAEl LIGHT: PATIENCE MULL INS: SUSANNAH RICE 



MARY LOONEY November 20, 1830, Ben Jam IN Looney deceased 

heirs; John Looney; Isam looney, deceased, Robert looney and heirs 

Absolom Looney, Algina Mullin, Matilda Looney. Executor: 

Absolom Looney. 

SX EDMOND LAWSON i0-28-i832 WIFE PATSY LAWSON: CLEMENT LAWSCN. 



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Robert Lee, April 30, 1834 brothers and sisters; James lee, 
Hopkins, KaDer lee, Burrell lee, SaRa Patrick, 
John Lee, Mary lee and son ; Clinton Lee. Executors 
Mary Lee, Andrew Ga^bkrith. 



JONATHAN LONG APRIL 20, |8 39 or 37 heirs John Long, 

David long, James Long, SaR a Long, Nancy long, Polly Long. 
Executors John Long, Rodham Chestnut 

HENRY LARKIN September 9, |342 heirs, John LaRkin, Mary LaRkin, 
Anderson LaRkin, jane long, Elizabeth Howell, heirs of William y 

LaRKIN DECEASED. f/i.'RY Larkin wife. 

Isaac Lowder3ack, July 6, 4944. witness Hannah Louderback 
execuotrs. David Loudeback and David Reynolds; friends 
Elizabeth Loudeback, Mahaly Logan, Louisa Sanders. David Laudebac- 
David Laudeback , 

Thomas Martin January i2, 1803 W. Ann Martin 

Davio Martin, John Martin, Phebe Martin, Joanna Martin, 

Mary Martin, Execjt rs Ann Martjn, Jos McCullough, 

WWI bERRY? 



JOSEr-H MORRISET September 27, 1790 heirs Jonathan Morri sset 
Rhoda Gregory, Mary Gregory: Enoch Morri sset 
John Morri sset. Abiah Morrisset, wife. 

THOMAS MIDKIFF May 6, i794 RjTH MIDKIFF wife, heirs 
RACHAEL MIDKIFF: JENKY MIDKIFF: JOH ! J MIDKIFF : USAAC MIDKIFF 
JEREMIAH MIDKIFF |ND SARAH MIDKIFF 



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MICHAEL MORRISON JULY 6, 1798 CHILDREN of Robert Young 

see below: 
Executor Thos Morrison and Thcs H€Nb*i- hebdersgn, 

wife Mary NMORRISON, Elizabeth 

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children .f Robert Young; Elizau "h Young 

Mary Young 
Ann Young 

Thos Henderson two Daughters 

James king's 2 children 

Wm and Mary 

brother: Thomas Mcr^i Sv,n and daughter Ann Morrison 

WILL HM MANERS Aug 22 \ 808. StecuTCR Wm Fisher, 

wife Sarah Maners. Mary Blackamore: Resecca CaRMa™ 

Edward Manners, Henderson Maners. J^hn Maners 
s Sam Fisher; Elizabeth Maners. 



PETER MILLER January 3i i809 wife Polly Miller. Sally Lockmiller 

John Miller (Polly Bluram? JDa'ley Charles, Nan' y Ingram, 

{ or, Buram) 

Elizabeth Klep^er, grandson Petzer Burma or Buram 

Miller Ingram, Jacog Miller, son 



MARY MATHEWS July 5, 1909 John M a tthews, son of Thomas M 

Charles County Maryland. Thomas Mathews. Mrs. Fanny 

ARMstead. Mrs Delen or Helen G Foot. Ann Leawick or 

Gr&ktsfielD: ? 
An. Seawick. executors Richard Stuart Townsend S Dade 



JOSEPH MORRIET, Nov 2i I8l2 Daughter of Winder K 

Margaret Kenner Richard Morreet or Morriset, Alexander Nelson 

mother Mary Mcrr<set. executor Samuel Powell 



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Absalom Morlan December 5, i3i4 W. Asanth , Abigail Morlan and he 

heirs. James Boatman, brothers and sisters. 

EXECUTOR WIFE ( Na M E NOT GIVE, UNLESS ASaNaTH IS SHE ) 

James Boatman. 



Jesse ■ McWi lli am August i, i8i5, wife Martha McWilliam 
Eleanor McWilliam, John McWilliam, Margaret Shaver, 

ROBERT MCWILLIAM, (\IELSCN McWl LL I AM , l\l AN Y M~Wl LL I AM 



THOMAS MOONEY Oct i2, iSi3 Wife Rebec a Mooney 
children; Executors Rebecca Mooney . George Mooney, brother 

Edmond Mooney. 

MARTHA McWilliam Jan 25, I3l9, BR >theh John McAully 
or John McAnally, niece Elizabeth McAnally 

WILLIAM MARTIN August 4, i820, wife C i vey Martin 

SON IN LAW; EPHR I A.Vi Y/'l NSTADT? SON IN LAW ALEXANDER TREET, WIFE 

executrix, Ephraim W Martin. 



GEORGE MAX' VELL N. v 14, i8i2 Matilda '/axwell, Ann Maxwell 
Jesse, W Maxwell, Willi am MaXwel , Soloman Maxwell, 
executors S^loman Maxell, and Wm Lyons son in law. 



JACOB MANOS AIL. i4. |824 Margaret W Manas. Eliz a oeth Manis 

Ml GHT BE MORRI S 

DECEASED, HER HEIRS. DaNIELD MaNaS, EPHRAIM MaNaS, ELIJAH MaNaS 

Sarah Paine, Nancy VaRnum, Anna Jane Iv1a.naS. Grand dau Eliza Jane or 
Jones, executor Elishe Manas. 



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Joseph McMin, November i i824 Nancy McMinn wife 

sister Jane Kinkeao, Rebecca McMinn Long', ni ece:Mgrri son 

BROTHERS M<i) SISTERS HEIRS 
friends Sarah Gaines, Hannah Cooper' Hannah LaRkin, Mary Williams 
Mrs tlsRY Rogers, Richard Mitchell., Stokely D Mitchell. 
Jos McKMinn Looney. executor. Col John Williams of Knox County 
Orville C Bradley executor. 



ELIZABETH MOORE February 28, 1825 Elizabeth Yoe. Sally Wi ll i ams 
Hugh G Moore, Galaden Moore, Dean Moore, u I Moore, John Moose's hrs 
executor s Hugh G Mogre, Dean Moore 

John McBroom, Jan 22 1828 James McBRoom, Polly McBRoom 
Alexander McBroom, heirs, uane McBRoott. Executors aosalom Locney 
Jacob B Gro^s. 

. Sally wife 

Chri stain Messer May 28 ld3i 

Jacob Messr or Cesser, Wm Young, StanaRe Dood. 

Samuel Moll Teeters I.'iner, John Messbr , Isaac MesseR 



Samuel Mooney August 3i , |832 sister Fanny Mooney. Sister 
Martha Mooney, sister Nancy .iooney, a^d mother 



Henry McCullough, March 20 1 834 Executor bkothfr Joseph McCullough 
Nancy McCullough , Alexander McCullough, Hewry McCullough 

Wm McCullough, ."^ancy? McCullough* 

Salomon Mitchell, January 3i , 1337 cxecuto;: John Mitchell n Mitchell 

Robert " 
Wife Nancy Mitchell, John Mitchell Polly Mitchell morris " 

Rebecca Mitchell Susannah Mitchell' Elizabeth" 
Lewis Mitchell Richard Mitchell 



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SaRah Mooney august 27, iS37 Martha Moohey, niece 

Elizabeth Moomey, niece 

Aunt Ruth Mooney, 

Rheusen Mays Jan i , 1339 wife Jane Mays, Executor Andrew ^ylAYS 

AND JO->N LOONEY, FRIEND. HEIRS ANDREW MaYS. GRANDSON 

Rheusin M Mays Nelson Mays, John Ways, Richard p Mays 

Elizabeth HaRles, Pclly Hagcod, Sally Hagood, Am?. Shoults, 

Susan Mays, Rachel Matilda Mays 



Tabitha C Miller, March 24 l 839, Dorcas C Miller, sister 
Jacob Miller brother. executor Jacob Miller 



William Molsbee Oct i7, iS39. executor Da v i o MolShee 
John Stokley, step son; Wm Molsbee, Polly Bowman, 

wife Nancy Molsbee, David's daughter. David %*. Molsbee. 

Wm Morris June i2, i842 wife Sydia or lydia Morris 

Carter Morris, Joseph Morris, Campbell Morris, Zilpha FRazer. 

executor lyoia Morris 

Jacob Miller Sept 27 1842 wife - Willis 8 'Miller 

John S Miller, Sarah Young, Eliz H Mil ER, Rachael F.Rgy, Mary K Weav 

Weaver, Susan Armstrong, Cornelius C Miller who was executor. 

Mary Mcrrisette May i9, i843. execut.r Richard M Morrisette 

and xx Wm GalbreaTh. Joseph Morrisette, John Morri sette 

GE RGE W MOKRISETTE, RlCHARD M MoRMSETTE, NaN^Y EvERETTE 



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Zadock Moore March i9, i844 executors Wm Moore, Thomas Moore 
Barbara Mo .re, wife, Wm Moore. Susannah McCullough 

Susannah MooRE, Rosamund Phillips, Ann Cane BogaRT. 
Heirs ofWinnea Keller, deceased, Thomas Moore, Samuel R Moore 



George A Mathew Feb 27 1 846. Executor John P Math is br theR 
Nancy 3 Mathews wife. MaRy Jane Mathes, Margaret Elizabeth Math is 



Jesse Morris May 25, i846. executor Clinton Morris 

or Jesse Man is or Man is 

Clinton Man is, Dollavson Manis, Jesse Manis, StaRlin Manis 

Eldridge Manis, Webby Manis, Alsey Manis wife. 



Thomas Martin May i7 i847 wife Elizabeth Martin. Mahally Sulivan 
Eliz Lawson, John Martin, Wm Martin, Paskeel Martin, heirs of Aron 
Aron Martin, Absalom Martin, Abigal Martin, James Martin 
Thomas Martin, executors j^hn Martin and Wm Martin. 



Joseph Middecoff 9-20-1 847 wife Patsy Middecall George Middecall 

John Thomas Middecall, executors j^hn Thomas and George Middecoff 

James Moore June 5, i849 wife Elizabeth Mcore 

executor James Mcre. heirs of his ; Sally Beck nek 

Eliz McAullough, and Polly Lane and James Moore 

Elizabeth rnq John Moore deceased, grand son Harvey Moore 

EDWARD NORTH September 19 i8i3 wife Elizabeth North, Pblly North 

Nancy North, Wm North, daughter, Thomas North. executors. EliZa 

North, and James Hago.d. 

Wm Nelson i832 wife Reoecca Nelson, executor Thomas Johnson 



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William Owen, July it, i8l2 FaRR Owen, s^n in law George Conway 

Daw id Owen, Wm Owen, Sally Owen, BetScy Owen, James Owen. 



Eli Overton, wife Milley O'/erton, Sally GRantum, Seally Grantum 

executor James Murhell, Milly Murhel 
wo Date gi ven 



Gabriel Phillips Aug 4 i8i2 Milly Phillips wife. John Phillips 

Thomas Phillips, Polly Phillips, other daughter and An 
executors Isaac Barton, Jacolj Ccffman, David Byle.v, ezq. 



Christain Pearson, May i4 i8i9, Michael Pearson, Betsy Jones 
Polly Shanks, George Pears.n, Christain Pearson, C aty Begley 
Lawrence Pearson, John Pearson henry Pearson, henry Pearson 
Sally Pearson, Peggy Nash, and Susie Pearson 



JOHN PILANT no date wife SaRah Pilant? Robert Pilant. George Pjlant 

John Pilant, Thomas Pilant, Joseph Pilant, Love Pilant. 

Kinching Pilant, Charlotte Fore or Love 

Nanna Gormly? Pol^y ilant Milley Pilant, Raghael Pilant, m Betsy Pilant, 

Henry Pearson October i3, i 84-1 wife and Christopher Columbas son 

Louisa Davis heir. 



JAKE PATTERSON Fee 23 i 842 setsy Patterson, Wm Patt"> son 
grandson Isaiah J Patterson, Martha Patter son Susannah H Patterson 

gra-md daughter Martha Patterson, Gramd son James Patterson. 
Betsy Patterson, James Patterson, George Pattekscn. 

EXECUTOR jf ChaS C ALEXANDER, ADA .* AND JOHN * ?>TT£RSO*i 



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Thomas Poindexter Dec 3 1849 James Poindexter, George Poindexter 

Emmaline Poindexter, Wm S Poindexter, wife amd Rc.ERT Poindexter 



John Rice Sr September 18 iSi i Sally Rice, 'Nm Rice, 

Elizabeth Rice, Edmond Rice, John Rice, Shelton Rice, Polly Rice 
Reu8en Rice, Drury Rice, . executors Michael 9. looney, 
and David C aldwell . 



BARTHOLOMEW REASON DECODER 3, i8i4 Agness Reason. ? Ezekiel Sullivan 
son Benjamin Reason. 

Cornelius Regan Way i9 1811 wife Anu Regan son in law Henry S LaRkin 
executor Henry LaRkin 

Joseph Russell Nov 20 1 3 1 i wife and Joseph BRussell executors 

Betsy Myers, Moses Russell, Polly Russell Joseph Russell 

Wm Russell, Alexander Russell, Benjamin Russell, James Russell 



ROBERT ROBINSON JUNE 16, i828 wife Polly Lewis, Emmaline Robinson, 
John Ellis, Nancy Robinson. 



Horace Rice, Oct 8 i830 Mother Keziah Rice, lat'O in county of 
Monroe Tennessee. brother Orville Rice, execut.k. 



JAi-ES RuSE June i i S3 1 denjamin Burch . laud in Grayson County Va 
on New River. Pension allowed for service in the Revolutionary war 



Richard Robertson june 2i , i83i M#ry Robertson, wife executors; 

wife Mary Robertson, John Robertson, ChaRles Sally 

Caleb Robertson, John Robertson, Richard RuBEktsun 

James Robertson, i.'.v, Robertson, hezekiah Roberts. n, Jesse Robertson 

Caleb R^berts^n. . Eliza Sal' ey, Laming hernes, Matilda Hanes 

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continued will of rlchard robertson; 

Nancy Boatman, Dorcas Pek-kspi le, Sara Austin, 
Jane CRjSby and Mary Lalley or Salley 

Mitchael RoaRk August 25, 1 834 James RgaRk, Sally Combs, Michael RoaRK 
Rebecca Lunnel or Tunnel, Betsy Self. Sally Reynolds, 
Julia Kirkpatriok, Polly MaRRisett 

Wife 
grandson James son of John RgaRk 



Thomas Roberts June 6, 1 84-1 wife >Vi a tilda Roberts, James Roberts 
Eliza&abeth Roberts, Mary Mgcney, Wm Pel Roberts. heirs of Thecffolous 
Roberts, Wm Roberts, Tomscn Roberts, Willey Roberts. 



Nancy Rouse June i3, i842 John Rouse, Mary Smith, Eliz Percell, 

Nancy Hart 

Michael RoaRK, xh Aug 25, 1834 James RoaRK, Sally Combs, 

Michael RoaRk, Rebecca Tunnel, Betsy Self, Sa^ly Reynolds, 

July Kirkpatrick, Polly Morrisett, wife, and grand so* James son of John 



John Riggs, Jan 3i i849 wife Mary Riggs, step son Wm Riggs 

Samuel G Riggs, James Riggs, Pleasant Riggs, Louisa J Ri gs, 

Claibcrn Riggs, Susannah Riggs, Eliza-et h Riggs, Jane Wsk. Riggs, wife 



William Roberts, 'ClaidjRne Roberts, Susannah R.certs, 

Elizabeth Roberts, Jane Roberts, wife. 

Samuel Smith, Septe ber 6, i798 Samuel Smith, Ann Smith, wife 

Henry Law, Joseph H Smith, heirs of Thos Smith 

executors Samuel Smith and James Law 



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John Saunders , June 30 i807 Gedrge Saunders, JameI Saunders 

Betsy Saunders, Polly Saunders, Tacitha Cursman? henry Chesnut 

or Chestnut 
M Willie Chestnut, & Tisha Saunders, wife 

executors, Ri~.haRD Mitchell, Jgseph McMinn, George Saunders 

Henry Chesnut 

PETER SMITH Oct 8, i808 Joshua Smith, Samuel Smith, Able Smith 

John Smith. Executor John Smith 



ROBERT R. STUBBLEFIELD MARCH 4, 1317, executors Wm- ThomaS and 
George Stu bblefiElD. heirs were Thomas Stubblefield. Wife 8* 

SaRah Stubblefield, Winefried Stub&lefi eld. Stephen Stubblefield 
George Stubblefield. Wm Stubblefield. Nancy Stubblefield 
Mary Keziah Stubblefield, Amos or §m#a Stusblefild , Sarah Stubblefield 
Susannah Stubblefield, Betsy Stubblefield. 

Daniel Sx Lyester, July i8, i 82i wife Hannah Lyester and wife CaTy 

Lyester . Susannah Lyester, Polly Lyester, Peggy Lyester. 

Nancy Lyester, Sally Lyester, Elus lyester, Sophia Lyester, 

John Lyester, Daniel Lyester, David Lyester, Jacob Lyester Betsy Lyester 

came from Berkley County Virginia about 1800. 

Louther Smith Aug i3,i82i David Smith wife Barbara Smith 



WYETT STU BBLEFI ElD JUlY I, iS2i wife Sarah Stubblefield. Joseph Stubblefield 
Robert Stubblefield, ki:hard Stubblefield, Polly Stubblefield. 
Executor Thomas Stucl-lefi eld, Wm Mays. 



MARTIN SHAVER May 24 i827 wifeCaty Shaver, .rand son Lewis Davis 
James HaRnal, Jacols Shaver, Henry Shaver, Jjhn Shaver. 
Samuel Wilson Sr. a.»d Jacob Miller. 
BaRTlett Sims Jan II, i79J, Elizabeth Sum ■. s-v/ife a^d children not named. 



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Thomas Stubblefi eld, June i5-i833 Pats. Stubblefi eld, wife 
Sally Stubblefi eld , Willimath Stubblefi eld . Waster Moore 
Wm Thompson, Wm Ways, 



Nucoaek Sgabjsm Nat u5 i 833 Elizabeth Shank wife executor 
Christian Shanks, a*o children no t na./ed. 

Stuffle Shoultz, April i5 1834 Philips Shoultz, CaTy Shoultz, 
Isaac Shoultz, Christian Shoultb. 



Elizabeth Swain, Jan 3i l83l, grandsons John Swan or Sw»in 
Joshua Burnet. 



Owen Sizemore, M^rch i2, i834 or i836? Alcey Sizemore, wife 
Solomon SyZEMORE, Owen Sizemore. Elizabeth Willis. 

Phenaby Sizemore. Saley brown, Nan<-.y Stapleton 

Airebrey Anderson, Lidda Sizemore, J?k Aggy Stapleton 

William Stacy, March 16, i838, wife Dolley Stacy 

Elizabeth Morelock , Sarah Mullin, Thomas Stacy 

uudah or Judith Morelock, ZachaRi ah Stacy, heirs Eliza eth Stacy 

and John Stacy, Richard Henery 



GeuRge Step May 6, 1 84-1 CaTh a Rine Stepe wife, Ge.rge Stepe JR 
Henry Stepe, John Stepe, Ja.> es Stepe, Jacob Stepe. ElUa eth Shell 
Polly Davis , Kitty D a vis, Mancy Fjrd, Julia Stepe 
Sal y Seath 



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Jacob Sensabaugh? Oct i9, i84i wife Susannah Sonsaqaugh 

(this name is illegible) 
Betsy, Sally, Rosa^na, Anne, Jacob, Absalom, uefferSon, John, 

Priscilla, Wm and Nicholas - 



Alexander Smith, Aug iO, i542 John Smith - Alexander Smith 
josehh Smith, Elizabeth hicks a>.d heir Wm Smith, Ge.rge Smith 
execut-r, Alex Smith Jr. 



William Skeltcn ii-9-i843 Nancy Chri stai n , brother James Skelton 
grand son 91m L Christian, brothers Jchn Skelton, Wife Elizabeth Skeltcn 
executor Wm S ChRI$ti an 



Ezekiel Sullivan, March 3i i 347 Peggy Bloomer , Eliza-eth BRay, Polly herd 
Nancy BA r SET, Wm S»lhvan, John Sullivan 2 children 
Thomas Soluvan. 

William Smith May 7, i805 wife Eliza^et Smith Sally Smith, 

Ge.rge Smith, Wm Sswith, Joel Smith, Betsy Smith, Pete* Smith, John Smith 

and Samuel Smith ex»cut..r 

James Simmons, ouly «7, 1847 James Simmons, Polly Acuff's heirs 

John Simmon's hsirs, Nancy Williams, Francis Patterson, Betsy lewis 

Thomas 'heirs Smith, Lucinda Smith Mati loa Sviith, Thomas Smith 

Rachael Spears, execut.ks Jane G Simmons, a. jo Andrew Spear 

James Skelton i 2-8-1347 wife Mary Skeltcn, Wm Skelton, Robert Skelton 

Ja es Skelton, Reusiw Skeltln A..h a Skelton, Katharine Skeltcn , 

Mati loa Skelton 



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Alcy Sturm or StaRm July i7 i849 Catharine Sturm Uurkh 

MaRRIah Wells, execute Montgomery S Wells and Jacob StaRm 

Nancy SnaP' j , Eliza McCall, Sarah Cox, Wm StaRm, Jacob StaRm Ge.rge W 

Storm. 

Nancy Shough, 4-29-1850 Margaret Shough, Samuel Shough 

Pleasant Shough, Mm Shough's his family. Nancy Shcugh, 
Elizabeth Shough 

Wm Shelton, Nog i5 i 850 Sister Pclly Chestnut, Nancy Williamson, 
Winney Skelton, Wm Chestnut, Thomas Chestnut 
Thos Chesnut executor David Reynolds 



Thos Taylor, Feb 26 i8i3 CaRtrena Brown 

Executors; Thomas Taylor, James Taylor. James Taylor 

Beckey Taylor, Ann Taylor, John Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Wilson Taylor. 



Nottley Thomas April 4, 1836 Wife Temperance Thomas, Mary Thomas, 
John Thomas, Elizabeth Besette executors Lewis Click, Beverly C Ford, 



Jesse Trent, July 25, i837 Elizabeth Trent, wife 

William Tucker Feb 6, i843 wife Nancy Tucker, Executors 

Barnett Cantwell, and John Cantwell. heirs Jane Tucker, 

Matilda Tucker, Rececca Tucker, Ruth Tucker, Myra Tucker, 
Elizabeth Tucker, Minerva Tucker, Wm Tucker, Hi Ram Tucker, 
George Tucker and John Tucker 
Reuben Webster, Dec i9, i790 Wife and Orphan children 



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^ : Reuben Windham Oct i 5, i 795 William Windham 

Charlotte Windham he+bs- and wife Rachael Windham 
Wm Windham, and Thos Henderson executors. 

ANDREW WlNEGAR APRIL 2| , I 8l CaThRIN WIFE ANDa^A WlNEGAR, 

Frederick 'WinegaR, Phi li p Winegar, Willi am Wi negar , Peter WinegaR. 
AndaRa or Andrew Wi negaR, Fredbic WinegaR. 

Charles 'Wolfe, March i7, i8i3, wife Susan Wolfe, Jaccb Wolfe 
Philip Wolfe, Catharine Davis, Peter Wolfe, Eliza-ETh Wolfe, 
Hannah McGinnis, Barbara Wolfe, Charles Wolfe, George Wolfe 

Christophek Wolfe March i7 i8i7 oOhn Wolfe, Mary Wolfe 
Elizabeth Wolfe, Pheby Wolfe 



Batson Whitehurst, March i, 1823 Hekry Whitehurst br^th"-r 

HlLLERY WhITEHURST, BROTHER. GR AN D C H I LOREN : 

I. Patsy Batson, John Wh itehurst, and Thos Whitehurst. friend 

John M BurkhaRT- and 

Hillerry Whitehurst of North Carolina and John Burkhart. 

Elizabeth Welch Jan 30 1828 Rouert Welch, Elizabeth Reynolds, 
Wm Welch, John Welch, Feggy Welch and Polly Welch 

Solomon Walters June i2 i833 Wife FaM-'Y Walter, Margaret Walter 
Elizageth 'Walter, N/.ncy Walter, Christeney or Frankey Walter 
Mbv Mary Walter, Elijah Walter, h Ge-Rge Walter 
Executors George Walter, Andrew WinegaR 



George Wolfe Sr. April 18, 1837 Valentine Wolfe, John Wolfe, 
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George Wolfe Sr . April 18, 1837 Valenti ne Wolfe, John Wolfe 
George Wolfe, Nicholas Wolfe, Barbara Wolfe, Polly Wolfe, 
Margaret Wolfe, Ally Wolfe. Hannah Wolfe, Kather i ne Wolfe, Elizabeth 
Wolfe, Sara Wolfe, Susannah Wolfe, wife Polly Wolfe, executrix. 



FRANCl S WlNSTEAO SEPTEMBER 20, 1 842 EPHRAlM WlNSTEAD DECD, 

His wife Margaret Winstead. Jaw ! es Winstead grandson 



LaRkin Willis Oct i4 i 846 Elizabeth Willis wife Wm berry, 
James Berry, Samuel Willis, Patsy Kyle, Solomon Willis 
executors John Mitchell, §«wm- Swempfield Anderson. 

Fanny Walters Sept i4 ,{8 ? Nancy and husband, Daniel HaRREll 

who Was the executor. 



Theooeric Webb December 28, i850 Theodore Webb, henry Webb 
Catherine Webb, Catharine Webj, wife. Polly Webb John Webb 
Elizabeth Webg, Patsey Price Susannah Price Lucinda Shanks, 
Samuel Webb, Gabriel ..ebb, David Webb. Executors John Webb 
Elijah We3b 



Robert Young i804 John Young, 

LAND IN GRAINGER COUNTY TENNESSEE ROBERT YOUNG, Wm YoUNG 
SON IN LAW; HENRY I_ARKIN 

Heirs of & Nathaniel Henderson :Sally - James, J: in Nathaniel Henderson 
and Young Cooper, Ann LaRKIns, Mary Cooper, brjtherWM Young, 
executurs Robert and V/'m Young 



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John Young, June i7, i834 wife Peggy Young, John Young Jr. 
Harriet Young, Caroline Carter, Juliet Young, Clairorne Ycung, 
Ge rge Young, Robert Young, Wm Young, Arthur G Young, Hord Young 
Polly Armstrong, Betsy Young. Executors John Young and 
Orville Bradley 

D. THURtMN March |5, i845 wife Ann Thurman, Wm D Thurman, 
James T Thurman, Wary Gillenwater ; executors Jaiv.es R Forgey 
and Ann executrix. 

John Vaughn, a^Rl iO i 820 Wife judy Vaughn, Polly Wilson, 
Benjamin Vaughn, Gte I sh am Vaugnn, ClaRa's son 

Agatha Vaughn, Wm Vaughn, Jonathan Vaughn 

Abraham Vernon Jan 8 1825 wife Rebecca Vernon, brother Nathan Vernon 
brother Harlan Vernon executrix, Rebecca Vernon 

John M Vaughn i i -22-1834. wife Elizabeth Vaughn, John h Vaughn, 

Elizabeth Vaughn, Wm P Vaughn, Henry h Vaughn, Ja^es M Vaughn, 

Thomas J Vaughn, Ge.rge W Vaugj^i, Henb4- Florentha .Vaughn , 

executors James FRanciscc, and wife Eliza<-eth executrix 

Vaughn 

Robert Rogers March i4 i858 wife Catharine A L Rogers 

Pleasant Rogers Robert Rogers, John Rogers, Mar i ah Rogers heirs 

i. Arthur R;ge«s, 2_ Rogers, Mary Wilder male children 

grandson Anderson C Rogers. Executors a L Rogers, John a Wilder 



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HAWKINS CO JEM RECORD OF WILLS 

EVELINE ROGERS November 8, i856 Anderson 2 Rogers, only son. 

Executor John H Pearson. 



George Rogers, March 2j, i853 Robert Rogers, and Manita Bagby, 
Executor Robert Rogers. 



Ellen Rogers August i a- i7 i 837 Eliza Cocke and Matilda Rogers 

executor Frederick Cocke. 

Thos Rogers September 9 1811 wife heirs Doswell Rogers, 

Thos Rogers, Martha Rogers, Betta Rogers, Susannah Rogers, Molly Rogers. 



Below is a pension abstract of my ancestor Edward Walker Senior 
whose father John Walker made his will 1 3l 8 in Hawkins Co as herein 

PRINTED, ALSO THE DEED IN WHICH EDWARD BOUGHT LAND IN HAWKINS CO| 

Pension No R I 1 04-1 - 
It appears that Edward Walker was born i756 in North Carolina, and while 
residing in DUPLIN COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA enlisted and served *s a private 
with the North Carolina troops as follows: 

In the spring of i777 three months in Captain Nathan Hill's Company, 
Colonel John ashure's (?) Regiment; in the spring of i778 three months in 
the same company and regiment; in the spring of i 779 three months in the 

SAME COMPANY A :mD REGIMENT, LATErt, NO DATES, GIVEN, 3 MONTHS IN CaPT 

James Harrison's or Harris* company, Colonel Hogan's regiment. 

He also volunteered on short touks against the Tories and was 
at one time wounded twice in the head and taken prisoner but scon 
afterward made his escape. no dates jf service or names of officers 

GIVEN. He WAS ALLOWED PENSION uN his application EXECUTED APRIL 25,l833 
at which time he was living in CLAIBORNE COUNTY TENNESSEE. HE died 
August 26 cr 27, 1838. 



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The soldier married about the first of May 1790, in Sullivan County 

Tennessee, to JANE HORN, daughtek of Frederick horne of Hawkins 

County Tennessee. In 1840 she was living in Claiborne Co Teni; age 69 

- their children were; 

Joseph Walker born June 26, i79l 

William Walker born May |5, i792 

Edward Walkek born September 7, 1795 

Martha Walker born November 9, l 797 

John W. Walker born October 20, 18O1 

Samuel Walker born January 30 1 802 or jak 3i i803 

Jonathan Walkfr BuRn June 2 or 4- i805 

Henry N or H. Walker born Aug i6 i807 

Susanna Walker born November 5, 1809 

Margaret Walker born A p RiL »5, i8i2 

Elizabeth Walker born May 30 i Si 5 

In i 845 Jonathan Walker is referred to as a 

MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL. 

INF8RMATICN REGARD THE UNITED STATES CENSUS 

— All counties of i 8 i of Tennessee ccunties have been destroyed except 

Rutherford County, which is in existence. 

also not IN 
The following counties of i820 are xistence 

Archives: Grainger Monroe 

ANDERSON Greene Morgan 

BLEDSOE Hamilton Rhea 

BLOUNT Hawkins Ro A ne 

CAMPBELL JEFFERSON SEVIER 

CARTER Knox Sullivan 

Claiborne McMinn Washington 

Cocke Marion 



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■HAWKINS CO TENNESSEE P|GE 64 

IT HAS RECENTLY COME TO MY attention about the history of 

MARBLE DEPOSITS IN EAST TENNESSEE BY A SOOK \VH I C H WAS PRINTED BY 

THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: DIVISION OF GEOLOGY BULLETIN NO 28 

address: Nashville, Tennessee. Printed 1924 
*hich only costs $1. i n th i s ye ar of 1958. 

"HISTORY: OCCURRENC E A^D DISTRIBUTION OF THE MARBLES OF EAST 
TENNESSEE by C. H. Gordon. 

Historical Introduction 

"The Holston maRsles appear to have been used locally for tombstones 
at an early date. In old churchyards may still be seen tombstones 
dating from the early past uf the i8th century convincing proofs of 
the enduring qualities of the st.ne. "roughly dressed by hand chisels 
from stone that would ncw be classed unsound, they still retain sharp 
and clear the tuolmarks of their old manufacturers." 

a number of these old tumbst^nes are seen in the old churchyard 

ADJOINING THE FIRST PRESBY TERIaN CHURCH AT THE CORNER OF CHURCH AND 

State Streets, Kngxville, among them being those that mark the resti.ng 
plate of GOVERNOR WILL I AM BLOUNT and ^f SAMUEL CARRICK, the first 
pastor of the Church. 

The HtSTORY of the Marble industry in East Tennessee dates fr.,m 

ABOUT 1838, \6H EN THE MaRBLE ROOM 8N THE CaPTTOL AT WASHINGTON D C 

was finished with marble taken from a qjjarry opened by the government 
in Hawkins county ( foot notes; for this « ;unt of the history of the 

MARBLE INDUSTRY IN TENi* , WE ARE INDEBTED TO THE FOLLOWING: 

The Marble Industry, "Stone" July i895. J M Saffgrd.Geolog/ 
of Tenn, i869-pages 237,5ii, Killebrew, J B and Safford.J M 
Resources of Tenn, first 4 2nd reports of Board of Agricul- 
ture, »874 pages 253-269. 

also Fifth Annual Report, Tenn Bureau of Labor Statistics 
and IviiNES p 242. and J M Safforu, Geology of Tenn i 869 p 507-9. 



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It was the rich chocolate and variegated marbles th,-t first attracted 
attention, and these soon became popular for interior decoration and 
furniture. of late years, the pink and gray marbles are chiefly in demand, 
owing to their more massive structure, soft colors and more complete 
crystallzati on , which permits a higher polish. 

QUARRYING IN HAWKINS COUNTY 
The Hawkins county marbles were the first to attract notice abroad, and 
accordingly the earliest systematic operations took place in this county. 
For thcs account of the beginnings of the Hawkins County operations wej? 
are indebted chiefly to SAFFORD . 

The first person to call attention the Marbles cf the Tennessee valley 
seems to have been Dr. Troost, the first State Geologist i83i-i840, though 
very little appears in his reports concerning these deposits. he seems to 
have recognized their importance, however, for he took an active part in 
organizing the Rogeksville Margle C ompany, the first systematic effort in 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARBLE INDUSTRY IN THE STATE . RhE ROGERSVILLE 

Marble Company, formed in April 1838, with ORville Rice, as president 
and S. D. Mitchell as secretary, opened a quarry about 7 miles north of 
rogersvil e, erecteo a mill and operated on a limited scale for several 
years. Their output, whi;h amounted tc several thousand dollars annually, 
was distributed mostly in EAST TENNESSEE. 

In 1844- the company was scld to Mr. Rjce, who tonti nueo the business 
on a moderate scale for many years being still in business, according 
to Safford, in i869. Mr. Rice now cook vigorous steps to extend the use 
of Tennessee marble, and about this time segan the construction of a lagre 

brick tavern on the stage road about 4 M1LES southwest of Rcgersville, 
which he called "Marble Hall' 1 , the interior of which was richly and 
profusely decorated with marule mantles, shelves, steps and wainscoting. 
This building, whjch later became a private residence, was re ally, as 
SAFFORD states, "A Museum of the finest marble East Tennessee affords." 
For many years it was one .f the noted landmarks of the region, gut was 

DESTRjYED BY FIRE A FEW YEARS SINCE. Wh EN THE D4 FFERENT STATES WERE ASKED 
TO SUPPLY BLOCKS OF THEIR BEST STONE F.jR THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN I 848 , 
TWO BLOCKS WERE CONTRIBUTED FROM TENNESSEE. MR. RlCE SENT A BLOCK uF THE 
"LIGHT MOTTLED STRaWSERHY VARIETY." AS HE TERMED IT, CALLED THE "HAWKINS 

CGUNTY BL0CK2, bearing the inscription. -'FR^m Hawkins CcuntyTennessee. 
The other termed the "Tenn State Block" was se.*t t* — *&t by Act of the 
legislature. these blocks were floated down the tennessee river to 
CHATTANOOGA, and thence forwarded by rail to Washington. 

In making selection for the interior finishing „f the National Capitol, 

THE ATTENTION OF THE BUILDING COMMITTEE WaS ATTRACTED TO THESE BLOCKS, 

and, although they had befcke them numerous speciments from all parts of 
the Union, they decided in favor of the East Tennessee marble for the 
interior finish of a p* rt of the 8uiloing. soon after an agent was sent by 
the Committee to ascertain if the maksle could be obtained in quantity, hi' 
His report was amply conclusive on this point. 

The contract f m this w„rk w*s secured by Hugh Sissons and William 
Dougherty of Philadelphia, Pa. and thereupon they proceeced to open a 
quarry on a large scale at a point auout 9 miles southwest of rogersville 

WHERE THE HOLSTON RIVER INTERSECTED THE TwE MARBLE BELT. Th I S QUARRY 

known as the "old dougherty quarry." s./etimes called the "national 
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extremity of a ridge, at the base of which the marble formation outcrops. 
The location was well chosen, for the formation here was thick and massive 
and the blocks were easily transported to the boats, by \vh i "h they were 
conveyed to Chattanooga, and thence by kail to Washington. It is this st 

stone from the "Old Dougherty quARRY" that constitutes about half the 

ORNAMENTAL MARBLE USED IN THE NATIONAL CaPITOL. "Th E BALUSTRADES, AND 

columns of the stairs leading up to the house an'u senate galleries, 
the walls of the marble room, and other parts of the building, are of 
Tennessee maRsle." Segments of columns rejected by the contractor may still 
be seen in the vicinity of the quarry and one that accidentally rolled off 

THE BOAT IS SaID TO BE RESTING IN THE BOTTOM OF THE RIVER NEAR THE LOADING P 
PLACE. 

In these early days, the methods of quARRYiNG were of the most 

PRIMITIVE CHARACTER. Th E DRILLING WAS BY HAND, THE BLOCK WEDGED OUT AND 

roughly dressed in the quarry. no derricks were used, the blocks 

being rolled out of the quarry by man and team labor, loaded on wagons and 

hauled by teams to the boat landing. 

The first superintendent of the Dougherty Quarry was William Cannon. 
He was succeeded in i 858 by James Wright, who continued in charge 
FOR MANY YEARS, AND WAS CONSIDERED 3Y the quARRYMEN of Tenn as the proneer 
quARRYMAN. Operations were interrupted by the war between the states, but 

WERE RESUMED THEREaFTE AND CONTINUED D jWN UNTIL ABOUT I 89 1 . 

The next quarry opened was the "Cave" or "HASSON'S QUARRY", situated abou' 
about 4-| miles northeast of the "Dougherty" and a like distance west 
of Rogersville. This quaRRy was opened by Mr. John HaSSon ab^ut i857, 
and was the first of the tennessee quarries in which derricks and channeling 
machines were used Mr. HaSson having installed here the first channeling 
machine brough south of the Potomac river. 

The first large contract was for blocks for the Baltimore City Hall, 
and these like all other marble blocks in those days, had to be hauled 

TO THE RIVER AND BOATED DOWN TC CHaTTANOjGA. BUT IN THOSE TIMES THE 

PRICES OBTAINED WEKE qU I IE LARGE, AND A GREAT DEAL OF THE MARBLE FROM THIS 

QUARRY WAS SOLD ABOVE TEN DOLLARS A CUGIC FOOT. 

Prominent among the early quaRRymen of Hawkins County was J. C. Stamps 
of Rogersville, who operated what is known as the "STAMPS STAR QUARRY" lo 

LOCATED ABOUT 2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF THE "D;UGHEiiTY qUARRY. Th I S qUARRY WAS 
OPENED BY A MR. STUART A^OUT 1 874 AND OPERATED BY MR. STAM PS UNTIL 

i887, when it passed under the control of some Chicago parties represented 
by Dr. Kerder of MojResburg. These operations were continued for four or 
five years since which time the quarry has remained idle. 

One-half mile northeast of the STaiv'^S STAR Quarry, near the road 

LEADING TO RED BRIDGE FERRY, IS THE qUARRY AND MILL OF MR. H B STAiVl PS 
WHO, WITH HIS BROTHER, HAS BEEN CONNECTED WITH THE qUARRYING INDUSTRY 

of Hawkins county for many years . This quARRY Was opened in 1887, 

AND CONTINUED IN OPERATION IN A MODEKATE WAY UNTIL RE ENTLY, WHEN THE 
DEMAND FOR THE DARK VARIEGATED MARBLES PRACTICALLY CEASED. 

ADJOINING THE STAMPS STAR QUARRY, IS THE EVANS QUARRY, OPERATED 
EXTENSIVELY FOR MaNY YEaRS BY THE ,7 H EVANS GARBLE COMPANY, OF BALTIMORE 

Maryland. With the change in public taste for lighter shades, this 
company transferred its operations to the kfcioxville district, about 20 years 

ago, where it has continued to operate several quarries of popular brands 
of gray ano pink marble. 



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HISTORY OF MARBLE INDUSTRY CF EAST TENNESSEE 

Other na-ies prominfntly associated formerly with the marble 

INTERESTS OF H AWK I N S C OUNTY ARE THOSE OF J H PlER E AN.D Ja:ES COOPER OF 
ROGERSVI L. E. 

VaRJOUS QUARRIES WERE OPENED ON THE 3ELT NORTHEAST OF THE "OLD DOUGHERTY 11 
QUARRY, ABOUT 20 BEING IN OPERATION AT ONE TIME IN THIS DISTRICT, WITH Ro 

ROGERSVILLE AS THE LOGICAL CENTER OF THE INDUSTRY. MaNY WERE OF RELATIVELY 

minor importance, but together they made a notable contribution to the 
output of the district. first, northeast of the "old dougherty" 
quarry are the "Fudge" a<md "McClure" quarries. Then in order come 
the "Pri e". "Kyle" aud Cave quarries. Farther on were a number of 
other quarries, whose names are not available. 

THE COMPLETION OF THE EaST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA R*lL 

road (now the bristol chattanooga branch of the southern railway, ) +t 
in rogersville was begun before th e c i v i l war and completed soon after 
its close. Prior to this, as previously noted, the shipment of the 
marble was entirely by water to chattanooga and thence by rail, in times 
of low water, however, this mode of transportation was often interrupted and 
and subject to annoying delays and uncertainties, and the coming of the 
Railroad was welcomed as a hap>-y event. 

The marble was k conveyed from the quarries to the rai lroao by wagon 
hauled by mule teams, from five to i 2 teams amd sometimes i 5 being required 
for eah wagon. From the beginning, the contract for hauling the product 
of the quarries was held by a colored man, Fred Netherland of Rogersville 
whose equipment of mules numbered at one time about i 00 . 

The Hawkins county belongs the credit, not only for initiating the 
marble quarring industry, 8ut also for the erection of the first marble 

MILLS IN THE STA TE . ThE FIRST OF THESE APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN A SMALL STEAM 
MILL ERECTED AT RoGEu'S V I LLE . FlNCANClAL EMBRaRRASSMENT, HOWEVER, SOON 
OVERTOOK THE ; PRO PB I ETORS , AND ITS OPERATION WAS DESjLTORY AND SOON 

ceased altogether. th e stamps mill, near galbralth springs, was 
krsft erected in 1900, and has been in almost continuous operation down 
down to 18 1 91 2 when owing to the cessation in the demand for the 
Hawkins county variety of marble the mill closed. 

The product of this mill, as of all the Hawkins County quarries, 
was sb used chiefly for ffrnituke manufactur, and as the demand for 
marble topped furniture has now ceased there is little or no demand for 
this style of marble. one of the chief obstacles to the development of the 
marble industry in this county, however, is Want cf shipping facilities 
kost of the quarries are from five tj 8 miles from the railroads, and 

THE GREAT EXPENSE OF TEAMING THE MARBLE OVERTHE MOUNTAIN ROaDS TO THE RAIL 
RAILWAY, PREVENTS T.IS DISTRICT FROM COMPETING SUCCESSFULLY WITH OTHERS 
FARTHER SOUTH, WHERE THE QUARRIES ARE LOCATED WITHIN EASY REACH OF THE 

railroad, given favorable railroad F*ciLiiTE r , deposits of pink and 
gray marble, which undoubtedly exist mere, wcuco have been ee» opened 

BUT UNDER PRESENT CONDITIONS THESE A«E N -T LIKELY TO BE DEVELOPED. 

OPERATIONS IN THE KNOX VI L_E DISTRICT 
In i852 Mr. James Sloan opene© a quarry on a ridoe ab^ut 2 mi 

MILES NORTH OF KNOXVIU-E, NEAR THE EaST TE..NESSEE AND VIRGINIA (NOW THE 

S.uthern) RailR-ad. Only the dark or variegated marble was taken ut at 
that time. of special interest is the statement made by saff0rd 
(Geology of Tennessee i869, page 23?) f otm:."fe. 

THAT IT WAS FROM THIS QUARRY THAT " M.ST CF THE MaRBLE IN THE STATE 

Capitol at Nashville was taken." This quarry also furnished some cf 
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John Williams opened what is kn,.wn as the Williams or M Mullen quarry 

ABcUT TWO MILES EAST OF KNOXVILLE. FROM THIS QUARRY CAME THE STONE 
USED IN THE 8UIL0ING OF THE MEMPHIS CUSTOM HOUSE. Th I S PROPERTY LATER 
PASSED INTO THE POSSESSION OF THE TENNESSEE PRODUCERS MaRBLE COMPANY, 

by w^gm it is still operated. 

/ When in i872 the united States Government undertook the 

erection f the knoxvil e custom house and post of fl e, it was descided 
in construct t» it of marble from the vicinity. a quarry was cepened 
near the forks of the river, a small mill erected, and here allfc the 
marble used in the building was quarried and Sawed. Later Mr. George W 
Ross, who was the paymeste^ of the building, in partnership with Mr. 
William Patrick, of St. L^uis organized the Kijcxville, Marble Company 

AND PURCH ASEDTH'E SITE OF THE GOVERNMENT QUARRY AND MILL. OTHFR MaRBLE LA 

were added from time to time, and the business was pushed forward with 
energy. Agents were appointed in the northern cities, which Was a 

NEW THING IN THE TeNN MaRBLE BUSINESS, ANO RESULTED IN MAKING LARGE 
DEMANDS FOR THE COMPANY'S PRODUCT. DuR I NG THE l2 OR |5 YEARS THE QUARRY 
WAS WORKED, IT PRODUCED A GREAT DEAL OF MARBLE, BOTH GRAY AND LIGHT-PI I 
PINK VARIETIES, AND AMONG OTHER BUSILDINGS FURNISHED, WERE AB-UT I 00 

CAR LOAOS FOR THE NEW YORK STATE STATE 3aPIToL AT ALBANY. Th E QUARRY 
WAS WORKED BACKWARD FROM THE RIVER 8ANK FDR SEVERAL HUNDRED FEET, Afco- T 
THE EXCAVATION WAS MALE TO A DEPTH OF 25 FEET I BELOW THE LEVEL OF THi 

THE RIVER. THE MARbLE WAS ALL SEimT D JWN THE RIVER ON FLAT 

BOATS TO KNOXVILLE AND THENCE FORWARDED BY RAIL. AT THE DEATH OF MR. 
ROSS, WHICH OCCURRED IN JaN I 89 1 HE STIPULATED THAT THE QUARRY 
PROPERTIES SHOULD aLWaSY REMAIN IN THE FAMILY AS HE REGARDED THEM 
LIKELY TO INCREASE IN VALUE. 

0"E OF THE PIONEERS CF THE MARBLE INDUSTRY IN T4E VICINITY OF 
KNOXVILLE WAS THE FIRM OF J J CRAIG 4 G£MP*NV, WHO GPEHED A QUARRY 
EAST OF THE CITY IN l878. Th E FIRM WAS COMPOSED OF CCL J.J CRAIG, 
W B McMULLEN AND J M ED I NGTON . OTHER PROPERTIES HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED 
THE COMPANY BECAME INCORPORATED AS THE GREAT SOUTHERN MaRBLE 

Company in i884. 

In 1881, Ur . John M Ross, a son of George *" Ross, opened what 

IS KNOWN AS THE "ISLAND HOME QUARRY," ON THE SOUTH SIOE OF THE RIVER 
ABOUT ONE MILE ABOVE THE COUNTY BRIDGE. Th E MILL OF THE KNOXVILLE 

Marble Company of wh i h company Mr. Ross +n2- is the president near 
the quarry, close to the riverside. 

The Republic Marble Company x was organized in June 1886 
and began operating a quarry located near concord, |8 miles southwest 
of knoxville. in 1392 a quarry was opened a^cut x" one mile worth 
of the village of l uttrell a" d a part of the cghi'-a'^y's plant was 
removed t this place, though operations were continued at the 
Concord quarry f_r several years but were finally discontinued there. 
a steam mill was erected near the luttrell quarry a few years later 
and both quarry and mill have oeen openerated continuously tu the 
present time.( i wish to say here that it was from luttrell quary 

SOMEWHERE THAT MY FATHER Ja.V.ES ABRAHAM WaLKER GOT THE SToNE FROM 

which he carved the c tatue cf NANCY WARD), The is a large book 
__ so I will not quote further from it. 

In 1 892, the Republic Marole S-«M8,*m**N¥- 
Company and the Ross Garble Company consolidated under the name of 
the Ross anu Republic Marble Coma-^y, whi:h company now operates the 
luttrell property; and also quarry and mill located on the m6th— 

SOUTH SIDE OF THE Te.NEESSEE RIVER OPPOSITE THE FoRKS, PREVIOUSLY 
OPERATEJ BY THE K.SS MaROLE C^MPa.»YU 



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Corrections and omissions: 

Charles D Alvis ST. 3-22-1861 

wife Susannah Alvis, mentions William Harry a yellow boy and otfcn 

other slaves son Charles D» Alvis Jr my mansion house and 
10 acres, my three children Charles D. Mary Ann, Susan Kleppr 
and Joseph H Alvis. My son Slias Alvis, son William A. Alvis 
son William A. Alvis, son George W Alvis, son Thaddeus J. Alvis 
son Thomas J Alvis. daughter Virginia Rebecca Johnson, 
son John M. Alvis. 



Thomas Bramball, 1-5-1847, wife Judith, grand son 
Jacob 1-5-1847 



William Bailey Sr . 5-30-1828. son James Bailey, 
son William Bailey Jr. land in condition he pay to Sally 
Harmon, wife of David Harmon my daughter Pranky Luster, wife 
of S D Luster . 

to my grand daughter Juda Harmon, to three heirs of Jobn 
Bailey and heirs of Thomas Xx Bailey, 

Aggy, Stacy , Betsy.- Christian, 'Polly Fields. My sons 
Carr Bailey, - Samuel Bailey, and daughter Susan Williams 

Alexander Ballard Sr . 5-6-1839. 

Grand daughter Sarah Anna daughter of my son Alexander jr 

my grand son James Manley Ballard, son of Alexander Jr 

son William, David, Joshua, Alexander, George, Jesse, and Jane. 

John Beeil 7-24-1840, wife Eve, mentions Martin Beeil 
and son David 

James Bowman 1847 July 19 wife Mary Bowman, 
son David, son Jacob, son William, son Daniel, ss 
daughter Daniel, daughter Anna and Rebecca and son John 
Samuel, my 4 youngest children, 

Mordecai Bean, March 11 1853 wife Katharine 

page 549 WPA records, Prances G Walker 

April 3 1875. Desire to be buried by her husband, Dr . HU Walker 

that my Ellen S Walker, have furniture, and to be equally 

divided among three children. Joseph R Walker, 

Margaret K Walker, and Ellen S. My grand son Thomas H Walker 

son of my deceased son Thomas H Walker.. 

Brooks, William D 5-3-1854 Wife Susannah - my children 
Margaret Kooney, George Brooks, Jar./es Brooks, Celina Paschal 
Mary Webb, Susannah Bassett, Layfayett crooks, Thomas 
-John, Rachel Paschal, Albert Brooks, Leah, Nancy Brooks 



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CORRECT IONS faKP OMISSION 

JOHN BARRETT 1855, October 18. wife Tempy, daughter Adeline 
- Lucy - son and John - Lucy v/ifo of John, 
Emily Miller, wifo John 



Baldwin, Thomas K 1655 May 16 wife Casandor and etc 
Burchel, John 1856, June 29 

Hugh Barret 1857 Aug 25 

William Barrett 1860 May term of court 

James D Bockner 11-1 -1858 

Benjamin L Bassett 1859 July 29 

Wesly Ball 1863 Fob 2 

Rebecca Bryant 6-15-1860 

Mary M Burns 1851, March 4, 

sons William Burns and John Burns, sold 160 acros 

got land for service rendered by hushand Robert Burns 

in the array of War of 1812 

---had son in law Samuel Pov/cl and daughter Jane 3 Davis 

and Sarah Ann Powcl 



Benjamin Cox 1791 Juno 13 

Reuben Groierafy or Crayonaft A pril 6 1791 

Colin Grilly 1792 July 21 
-Edward Gross July 21 1794 
John C x 8-25-1798 

- Wm Crawford July 8 1804 

— Sally Colcy 1807 of Goochland Co Va 

March 9 
Jacob Cox 1809 Nov 28 

- James Caldwell 8-1812 
-£& Daniel Carey 12-27-1820 

- Lewis Christian, 5-1-1823 
-Joseph W Garden 9-29-1824 
-John Cole 9-16-1826 
Elizabeth Cooper 1828 Feb 8 
Samuel Curry 8-14 1831 
Tabitha Cox 1831 Seot 13 
John Cooper 12-9-1831 

John Chester 1832 June 7 
Charlton, John 1834 July 3 
Benoni Caldwell 3-1-1837 
George Crobargor, no date given 
John Cockrahan, 1-5-1839 
Charles, Sarah 1839 March 22 
Harry Church 11-5-1844 
John Christian 1845 March 4 



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John Crozier 1845 J ly 25 
Casandra Crosior 8-3-1847 
Daniel Carmachcl 1848 Hay 28 

Yelvorton Car pent or Juno 15 1848 

wife have tract of land in Claiborne Co - wife Han ah. 

— Thomas Cocko 1349 Aug 9 

Daniel Chambers 12-4-1852 

Lewis Click 1853 Fob 21, wifo Rosannah, son Willia ., son 
Robert, son Peter son George youngest daughter Rosah 

- Hamilton J Carter 3-9- 1855 
James M Cox 1857 March 6 
Wesley Cobb, 1857 Juno 12 
Susannah Crito, 12-19-1857 
Sleikin Cox 1862 Sept term f court 
-A Carmichael I860, Dec 19 

- Joel Cobb Fob 18 1861 
-William Car ack 3-23-1861 

- George S Childress Juno 20 1861 
William L Christian 1861 Aug 16 
Samuel Chestnut t May 7 1862 
Allen Carter 1863 July 29 
Pharah Cobb 3-18-1823 

Raleigh Dodson 1793 July 20 

Daniel_Dowdell 12-28-1813 

Thomas Martin 1802 Jan 12 

wife Anney, son John Martin, son Daniel , dau Phe he, Daau 

Johanna , Mary, x s one of the witness to will was John Walker 

will of Edy Leonard July 16, 1856 

Absalom D Looney, Apr 9 1862 

my Jix five daughters, Louisa Hutchinson 

Mary Ann Campbell, Margaret C Looney Sally Jane Looney 

Susan Looney, son x Orval B Looney, who is now In the army 

David Sensabaugh, 1851 April 29 

There w4f-- quite several Walkers mentioned in the Court 
Minutos of Hawkins Co Tenn 

State of Tenn vs S Jesse Walker, 
Fairfield Seagraves. 

This day came on and by the attorney General 
and the defendant Jesse Walker being bound in recognizance 
in the su: fif $600 if he porsoanl appearance to tho present 
term of court fej answer an #h charge of the state exhibited 
against him and being solemnly called to come into court came 
not before made default. It is theref oro considered by the 
court that tho state recover against the said Josse ± tho 
sum of ^600 unless he appear at the next court cause why the 
judgment not be made finally and that x scere facias issue 
against him and etc. 

page 171 Tenn State vs Elizabeth Walker and others 

and the same wording as above. 



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Court minutes 1822 to 1825 

Slizaboth Wulkar mentioned on pages 171-173-214-223 
256, 261, 291-, 297, 302, and 312" 

Ja;.es V/alkor , 113, 200 and 213 
Jesso "Walker 171 and 261 
Vfe Y/ulker 297 

vs Jonathan Henders n of Grainger and Claibone counties 
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Alexander, P 39 
Aouff, Polly 57 
Alexander, Deborah 23 
Alexander, Dick i3 

Cgas C 52 
ALLEN, Betsy i4 
Alton, Wm 24 
Alvis, Jos H 24 
AMIS, Haynes 36 

Haynes 22 -23 

Isaac 23 

James 23 

Nancy 22. 

Lucy 22 

Wm A 23 
Wm D 22 
ANDERSON, AARQN 23 

David 23 

Jonathan 23 

swempfiel.d 9 

Peggy 3 

Airerey 36 

SWEMPFIELD 60 

ARMSTRONG, Clinton 35 
ARTHUR G V3 
Abiai, 22 

John 22 
Polly iO 
Hugh 28 



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ARMSTRONG, Wm 42-6-24 
ASANTH, W 48 

AShure, John 42-62 
Austin, Sara^ 54 
Ayres, James 33 
Armstrong, Peggy 3 
Polly 6i 
Lucy 2i 
Rachael 2i 
Seth 24 
Susan 50 
m 22-23 

ARGBMRIGHT, Sally I I 
ARMSTEAD, Fanny 47 
Arnold, Fanny 4l 
John K 24 
M/iRGAR^T 32 
ARNETT, Wm 24 
BALDWIN, Nicholas 27 

Wm 26 
Ball, Moses 27 

Rebecca ii 
Ballard, Alexander 27 
Baltzell, Jenny 39 
BAILEY, Winifereo 42 
Baily, Henri etta 4i 
Bailey, Sally 2 
Bagby, Manita 62 



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Bayles, Joel 28 
Baker, Friday i3 
Bacon, Michael 25 
Banks, Polly 3 
Babb, Eliz II 
Basset, Nancy 57 

Nathaniel 28 

Burwell 26 
Barton, Isaac 52 
Barnes, John 42 
BaRR, Peter 27 
Barrett, Thomas 26 

James M 26 
Batson, Patsy 8-59 
Beard, Phammy t4 
Beckner, Sally 5i 
Bell, Sarah 4i 
Bagley, Caty 52 
Nesette. E;oZanetj 58 
Bernard, SaRa 2 
Berry, \Vm 9-60,25-46,19 
Bishop, Elizabeth 3 
BLACK, Robert 24 
Blackamore,MaRy 47 
Blatkwcll, David 27 
Bloomer, Peggy 57 
Bloomer, Daniel 28 
Blount, Polly 47 

Wm 64 



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Boatman, Nancy 54 

James 48 

James 48 
BOGART, Cane 5i 
BOLIN, John 27 
Bowman, Polly 50 
Bradley , ORv/ille C 49-6i-26 

James 36 
BRADFORD, Elizabeth 23 
William 26 
Louisa M 2 
8RADSHAW, Sin a i4 
BRAGG, Elizabeth 2 
BRay, Elizabeth 57 

Henry 25 
BRanshal, Thomas 26 
Brooks, Ebenezer 24 
BreSdeB, STheil 2 

James 25 
Bryan, Betsy 3i 
Brown, CaRtrena 58 
Brown, Hugh 24 

Lavinia 20 

Elvira Russell 20 
Bruthertcn, Betsy 27 

HENRY 27 

Brush ire, Robert 38 



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BUIL, John 27 

BULL, Elizabeth 2 

Burkhart, John H 59 

John 8 

Nircj. Nemka,om 53 

Burris, Jane i2 

Burnet, Joshua 56 

Burem, Henry 25Burem, 
BUREM, Pi tsar 25 
Buram, Petzer 47 
or Burma 

Byro, RichaRO 25 

Henry 27 
Elizabeth 25 
Bylen, David 52 
Charles, Dailey 7 47 

Sarah 3i 
Campbell, David 24 
Cameron, Nancy Rogers 2i 
CantwEll, Barnett 58 
Cannon, Wm 66 
Carpenter, Yelvertn 33 

Sarah 24 
Carter, Betsy 25 

Sebberiney 4i 

Caroline iO / 

Caroline 6i 

Caldwell, Benoni 40 

D a v I o 24 
James 30 



INDEX P * GE 3 

CALDWELL, Benoni i3 -3i 

Carder, Judith 40 

Joseph W 32 

Columbus 40 
Carey, Daniel 32 
CaRmichael, Daniel 33 

Cornelius 29 
Carmack, Cornelius 29 

John 38 

Rebecca 47 
CaRRICK, Samuel 64 
Cause, Patsy m i2 
Cavin, Mary 44- 4i 
Charleston, Jacob 3i 
ChaRlott, Negro 25 
Charles, Sally 25 

Eth eld ridge 33 
Chestnut, Polly 58 
Chester, John 3i 
Chesnut, Henry 55 

Rodham 46 

Samuel 46-45 

Elizabeth 4i 
Childers, Abigail 3 
Chisolin, Betsy i i 
Chri stain, Nancy 52 or 57 

Sarah 24 

Louis 32 
John 32 



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Christian, Wm S 57 Cooper, James 67 

Church, Henry 32 Hannah 49 

Matilda 5-8 j0HN 3l 

John C 28 Cooper, Young 60 

Click, Michael 28 YoUNG 9 

LEWIS 58 PRISCILL* 13 

Clepper, Mary Ann 24 Collins, Peggy 3 

Cline, Jacob 40 CoLE » N * NrY • 

Clark, Jane i John 33 

Clepper, Nancy 3 Coley, Sally 30 

Cocke, or Cox .Lucinda 33 Columbas, Christopher 52 

Cocke, ElUa 62 Collins, Vardy i2 

Cocke, Margaret E 2i Colton, or Culton, Nancy 20 

Cocke, Sally 28 Collins, Simeon 3i 

Cocke, Frederick 62 Combs, Sally 54 

Cocheran, John 3i Lucy 3& 

Cocke, Thos 33 Sally 54 

Cobb, PhaRoah 33 Coczier, CabanAer 32 

Cobler, Wm i8 Corn, Polly 22 2 

Cocke, Eliza M i2 Courtney, CaRmi*hael I 

Cook, Margaret 23 Covington, Luc»noa iO 

Coffman, Eliz 4i « Cox, John 28 -29 

Jacob 52 Jacob * 

Conner, Malvi^a M «2 Benjam#A 29 

James 33 SaRah $8 

Julian 33 TabiJha 30-22 

Conway, George 52 Crawford, Margaset ji 

Cooper, EliZaoeth 33 Wm 30 



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CRaycRaft, Ruben 29 Davis, Polly 56 

Craft, Reuben A 29 Sarah 23 

CRaig, J 69 jean 24 

Critz, John 3i Catharine 7 

Creed , Wm S 33 Charles D 24 

Creed, Wm S 33 Eliza 35 

Crilly, CoLlin 29 Julia iO 

CrobaRGERj George 3i DaRey, David 32 

Crozier, ^ohn 32 Dkeraud, Rachael 4i 

Cross, Eq|»ard 29 Oeveraux, Rachael 4i 

Croson, John 28 DeWolfe, Louisiana 23 

CROSBY, ^ANE 54 DERRIN, JIMMY 35 

Culton, Elizabeth 20 Dep,-er, Nancy i2 

Curry, Wary 30 Depper, Betsy i2 

John C 33 DickaRD, Susanna |4 

Samuel 30-33 Oooo, StanakD 49 

. Wm S 33 D od son, George | 

Dade, Townseno S 47 Raleigh 34 

Dale, Smith II j0HN , 3 

Dalzell, Francis i2-i3 ... ., . 

Rcbfkt 14 

Davis, Kitty 56 Thomas i3 



Catharine 59 
LaRkin i3 
Joseph 44 

Lewis 55 

Julia (0 
Milly I 

Louisa 52 



Don el son, Stcckley i5 
Dougherty, Wm 65 
Dodsc.-, Lazarus i 9 
Dolton, Mary 2 

^)RINNON, LUCINDA 23 

Eleanor 23 
D^GuaRD, Margaret 40 
Dykes, John i3 



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Edward or Edmond, James 35 
EotwctoM, J W 69 
EllIs, JOHN I 2 
Eliz, Henry 35 
Elten, James L 26 
Elkins, Mary 24 
Ellis, John 53 
Epperson, Joseph i4, 44 -42 

John i4 

William i4 
Erwin, Edward i3 
Etten, FRankey 35 
EverhaRT, James i4 

Chrisley i 4 
Everett, Joseph 35 

Nancy 50 
Evans, Mary 2 

W H 1 6 or 66 
Fain, Nicholas i2 
Farmer, Wm I I 
Felkner, Ge,rge I I 
Felckner, Henry i3 
Finley, James I I 
Finley, Margaret 40 
Fisher, Wm 47 

Nancy i2 
Fitzgerald, Garrett II 

Nelly 1 1 
Flora, Daniel 34 



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Fletcher, Thomas a 35 

John i2 

Ford, Hetty 26 

Beverly C 23 -58-32 

Charlotte 52 

Ford , Nancy 56 

£liza3ETh 36 

FORGY OR FORGEY, Andrew II 
13 
R*Chael 34 -10-11 -50 

James R 6i , i I -i2-6 

James 40 

Margaret i2 

Fost, Helen G 47 
Foster, Susannah 2 
FramcoScp. E;oZa 3 

James 6i — 6 
FRazier, Zilpha 50 
FRash , Robert I I 
Frees, Dick 28 

FREED, " 

Galbraith , Mary 3i 

Joseph iO 

Eneas C or G iO 

Arthur iO 
Andrew 33-39 
John 34 

Wm 50 

Gaines, J PCa 20 

Gaines, Mrs Franks Rogers 20 

Gaines, Sarah 49 

HGarnes, James F 35 



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Garrison, Elizabeth 4i 
Gentry, Patsy 3 
Gibson, ShehaRO i2 
Gibbons, Nancy 2 

Thomas II 
Gideon, James 35 
Gill, Betsey M 3 
Gilliam, John 3i 
Gilliam, Pjlly 3i 
Gillenwaters, Sally II 

James i2 

Wary 6 -6i 

Thomas i2 
Gilliam, Sally 36 
Going, Wm 36 
Gormly, Nanna 52 
Gordon, Alla 22 
Goin, Sarah 35 
GoodaRD, Frances 36 
Grigsby, JOHN 35 
Polly 3 
vv ill i am 34 
'Grills, Philadelphia iO 
Grantum, Seally 52 
Grantham, Frances 22 
Grant, Alexander i 
Gray, Nathan 4i 
Grase, Chri sley i 



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Gross, Wm 36 

Grose, Louisa 26 

James b 49 

Chrisley iO 

Grove, Eli Zabeth I I 

Jacob B 34 

Gregory, Rhoda 46 

GREenway, Sally 3i 

green8erry ,thos 24 

Jesse 49 

Gulley, Lazarus 34 

Hagson, Polly 50 

Hagocd, James 5i -37 

Hall, Philip S i2 

Hale, George 33 

Ogden 37-39 

Arthur 37 

Alice 30 

HAMILTON, Robert 38 

Dakiel 38 

Hamblin, Edward 4i 

h.anes, ;;'ati lda 53 

HaRRel, Daniel 60 -9 

Ja/:es 55 
HaRles, Elizabeth 50 

HaRRi son , J.'.' es 62 

HaRalson, ua es R 30 

HaRla-m , John I I 
Hart, he^ry 23 

Harli n, Thomas 33 
Hakt, Nancy 54 



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Hays, Mary i3 
Hasson, John 66 
Haynes, Nancy 3 
Haynes, Martha I 

bENONY 36 

ChRI stopher 35 

Haygood, Matilda 34 

haun , abraham 37 

Henderson, Tabitha iO 

Thos 47 -7 or i 7 
59 
Samuel 37 

Nathaniel 9 

Pleasant iO 
HeaDRIck, johi« 37 
Headri ck, James ,7 24 
Heao or Hord.C athari ne 23 

HERNES, LaRkin 53 

HeR«E-b T Enoch 
h err el, john 38 
hen son, Elizabeth 38 
Henry ,Wm i3 
Hill, * N a than 62 
Hill, Martha 39 
Hicks, Stephen 24 
Hicks, Nancy 2 
Hicks, Eliza eth 57 

HILL, JOHfJ S 39 

Hinson, John 33 



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Horner, Thomas N i8 

Horner, Jane i8 

Hogan, Lucy 23 

James 39 
Hord, KaN'-y 37 

Hord, Sa ly H 23 

Horn, Jane 63 

Hopkins, Thomas K 30 

Hollen , Pot ly 32 

Howard, Nancy I I 

Howell, Elizabeth 46 

Howell, Nancy 22 

John 3d 
Howes, Jacob 34 
Howes, Jacob 34 
Huston, Margaret 20 
tfUTCH i nson, Sally 2 

denjamin 39 
HuffmaStfr, Goodliff 36 
huggard, jesse 28 
Ingram, Thos 32 

&ECKEY 37 

Nancy I I , 47 
Jackson, Thomas 22 -39 
Johnson, James 39 - i 3 

Thomas 5i 

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Nancy 39 

/IRGINlA 24 



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Jones, A^uilla 39 



King, Thomas 16 
Samuel. 19 

KIRKPATR4CK, JULY 54-54 
JOHN 4| 

Karnes, George 40 

KlLLEDREW 64 
KITE, E L I2a 3 
LaRkin, AM. 9 
Hannah 49 



DETSY 52 

Susannah 23 

Keele, Wm 4 i 

Kelly, WM 27 

Keller, Winnea 57 

Klepper, Elizabeth 47 

Kershur, Martha 23 

Kerser, Dr. £6 

Kenner, Judith 40 

Henry 6(; -g 

" Dorcas 25 Henry S 5 ^ ~ 46 

" Iiawremce 40 Peggy '"" 

" Margaret 47 Thos 45 v 

Elizabeth I laudehback, 8 Isaac 36 

Kennedy, Frances 2 Laughmiller, George 4i 

Kenner, Mali no a 4i J> -' hn 45 

Keiner, Sou. I am 34 LaNE ' J0HN 42 

Kyle, Robert i2 LaY ' NaNCY 3 
Patsy 9-65 " L * W ' HEijRy M 

bAR SHABA 33 JAMES 54 

Ro6**t 40 LAW&ON, Nancy 23 

KlNKEAD, JANE 49 EUZ 5| 

Robert ,y 37 Virginia i 

Kincheloe, Mary 2 Eomond 45 

Elijah 4i Latham, viney | 

King, Barbara 4i Lee ' Thomas 45 

Andrew 40 Elizabeth 2 

James 47 Robert 46 

Samuel i9 -J*mss~42 



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Lee, ThoS 45 Lucy, W 3 

John 42 LUTHOLTZ, Elizabeth 45 

Mary 42 lyester, Daniel 55 

Samuel 25 Lycns, Jesse 26 

Leeper, James 42 Lyons ,Wm 48 

Willis Ann 6 Maners, Wm 47 

Lewis, dETSY 57 Manos, Jacob 48 

Unity ok Winty I MaNIS, Mary i3 

Polly 53 Man is, Jesse 5i 

LEMAR, WlL. lAV B 42 Manley, James 27 

Light, SaRa 29 Maples, John 40 

Vachel 29 Patsy 40 

William 45 MaRsi sett, Polly 54 

Logan, Mahaly 46 Marti;:, Thomas 5i-i46 

Long, Jonathan 46 William 48 

Nicholas 43 -36 Wattick, Polly 28 

Nancy 32 Mattena, J,' cob 40 

Sibby 27 M.attick, Polly 28 

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Love, Charlotte 52 
Looney, Mary 45 

isaTy 23 

Polly iO 

John 5G 
Looney, Absalom 49 

Michael R 53 
Lloyd, Thomas 41 

MaYS.h, C HAS 30 

Lowoerback, Isaac 46 • 



MaThew, George A 5i 

Mattock, Peggy 28 

Mathews, Mary 47 

Mays, Rheuben 50 

Madison, James i3 

Maybehry, James i6 

J P 17 
Mays, Wm 55-56 



Maxwell, George 33 ^fc. 



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Messer, ChrI stain 49 Moore, Polly 39 

M.DKIFF, THOMAS 46 JaMES 5? _ 2| 

Middecoff, Joseph 5i John 5i 

Miers, Math. as i8-i9 j0SEPH 2 , 

M.Ra, Peggy 34 Margaret 33 

Miller, Jacob 25 -32-55—50-38 Master 56 

ChaRleS i5 Morris, jesse 5i 

Cornel. us II m 5Q 



P ETER 47 
KiaTILOa I I 

SAKAH 6 MOSBY 

Tab.thaC 50 M0SBY ' ^sley.Nancv | 



Solomon 49 
Stokely D 49 
Mooney, Samuel 49 

Th oma s 43 

Mary 54 

Sarah 50 
MONK, Fanny I 
Molshee, David 50 
MolS8ee, Wm 50 
Moore, Elizabeth 49 

George W 33 



MONTGOMERY, WM 24 
VORLEY, BENONI 25 



MITCHELL, John 9 -60 

Alice 2. 

S q 65 MORELAND, JUDAH OR BjUOITW 56 



morland, absolom 48 
Morel and, Rebecca 2 



D.» u an kc „ on orr - MORRIET, JOSEPH 47 

Ki chaRD 55-33-20 -27-41 

Louisiana 2. 



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?prrosett. Volley 54-57 
Morphus Zeilphe 3 
Morri sette,MaRy 50 
MoRRIiSET, JOSEPH 46 
Morri son, Michael 47 
MULLIffS, SaRah I 3 

Alg.na 45 

Patience 45 

William 24 
Murrel, Lucy 35 
Murphy, Hub art 25 



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Murrell, Thomas 29 McEleane, KaSsu .4 

JaMES 52 Mgmnney, John A 13 

Musgr a ve, El.za 29 McVaYj James |Q 

MYERS, BETSY 53 McW.LL.AMS, ROBERT 38 

McBr.de, Louisa 3. McWilham, Martha 46 
McBroom, John 49 JESSE 48 

McCally, David .3 Maxwell, Gegr,e 
McCall, Eliza 58 



McCaRTy, Nancy i2 
Dav id i 3 
Wm 40 
mccullough, henry 49 
Maria 3i 
Jos 46 
Nawcy i i 
Susannah 5i 



Nash, Peggy 52 
Nelson, Alexander 47 

William 5i 
Nether land, Fred 67 
Norman, Salley 38 
Nqrth, Wm 40 
noreloch, prbdence 45 
North , Edward 5i 

Tishe 38 



McGinnis, Hannah 59 

7 O'Daniel, Polly 35 

McLaughl.n, Thos 29 0VICa ' RoDY 2 

McMullin, W B 69 Overton, Eli 52 
McMinim, Mary Armstrong i Solomon i3 

McMinn, Joseph 49-13-55 °* eN ' m 52 

Rebecca 49 O'Winton, %t 40 

McPheeteks, John 30 Page ' iNaThaN 33 

Samuel 33 Fa,ne ' SaRah 48 

Samuel .3,30 Patsey, Davis | 

McAullough, El.z 5. Patterson, Francis 57 

McAdew, Martha iO " JaNE 52 

McAnnally, John 43 " j0SEPH 2U 



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Patrick, Wm 69 RECDINON, Elizabeth 3 

Parrett, W.nney 38 EE . S01|> El(2abeth 2 
Patrick, Sarah 42 Bartholomew 53 

PERCELL, ELIZ 54 REGAN, CORNELIUS 53 

Perobons,Thi sbey \ 

Pearson, Susan I Reed> SaRa 35 

Perkspile, Dorcas 54 MaRY g 33 

PEARSON, JOHN H. 62 REMOLDS, BETSY 26 

Pearson, Christian 52 ReaD> Thos r 33 

PEARSON, HENRY 52 REYNOLDS, DaV.D 58 -46 -4. 

PIERCE, J H 67 JftNE , 

Krjkk* Pay Elizabeth 59-8 

Price, P a tsey 60 -9 



Pilant, John 52- 
Phipps, Nan^-y B 26 
Phipps, Wm 6 
Phipps, James S 6 
Phi pps, Nancy 8 26 
Philli ps, Peggy 37- 

Rosamond 57 

GaRRIEl 52 
Poindexter, Thomas 53 
Powell, Samuel 47 -25 

Ma Ry 24 

Judge S 32 

George M R 26 
Powell, Eliza R i2 
Raley, Anne 37 



Sally 54 -2 
Rice, Susannah 45 
Minuett 2 
John Sr 53 
Horace 53 

ORVILLE 65 

Riggs, Sam i3 

John 54 
RoaRk, Michacl 54 
Roberts, Polly I 
Th om as 54 
WM 54 

Elizabeth 3i 
Roberts, Jonathan 6 
Robinson, Robert 53 
Robinscn, Thcs i3 



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Robertson, Sally I 



Richard 54 -53 
Rogers, Ellen 62 

Emeline 62 

George 62 

James 2i 

Eliza M 2i 

Frances G W 2i 

El i 2a m 

Joseph 23 -2i-4i 
John A 21-22 
WaRGaRcT 34 

Mrs Mary 49 

MaTi lDa 2i 

Polly 22 

Robert 6i-2i 

Thos 62- 
Th om a s A 2 i 
RORACK, Margaret 36 
Rowlen, Martin 30 
Rose, James 53 
Ross, George V,' 69 

John M 69 

Feeder ick A 33 
Rouse, Nancy 54 
Rox berry, Ann i3 
Russell, Joseph 53 



Rutherford, Winny 25 
Safford, J M 64 
SeaTh, Sally 56 
Seavers, hetty 3i 
Seawick , Ann 47 
Self, letsy 54 
Seggins, Emma 20 
Sensabajgh, Jacob 57 

Susan i3 

Da« i D i i 
Sexter , or Switer .Susannah 3 
Simpson, VA/i 40 
Shields, Ed E 6 

Hetty 6 
Sanders, Louisa 46 
Saundfrs, John ?$ 65-63 
Saundeks, Nelly 33 34 
Sansa6augh, Christian 26 
Savage, Lee 4i 
Sam, negro 28 
Shank, Elizabeth 56 
Shanks, Lucinda 9-6o 

Polly 52 
Shaver, Martin 55 

Margaret 48 
Shell, Elizabeth 56 
3h elton, \Vm 58 



Rutherford. Eliz 35 

John 35 M* RY 34 



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SHOTTS, El 1 z abet 13 

Sherman, D. 6 SnaP ' '< aNCV 58 

Shough, Na'«cy 58 

Simmbns, Wm 40 Snyder, Elisabeth 23 

Shgults, Ann 50 

Simpson, Arch 30 Spread, Malinoa 34 
Shoultz, Stuffle 56 

Siford, Jacob 39 Spr a dler, M a r v 33 

Sims, Nancy 28 Spears, Mary 23 

Simmons, G i2 Elizabeth i4 

SlZEMORE, AGGY 2 LAZARUS 36 

Owen 56 Racha^l 57 

Rhooy 23 Andrew 57 

Skelton, James 57 Stacy, Wm 56 

Reuben 30 Stamps, j c 66 

William 57 H 6 66 

Sloan, James 67 Staples, Lary a 28 

Sonsabaugh, Susannah 57 StapleTon, Nancy 56 

Swain, Elizabeth 56 Aggy 56 

Smith, George 57 StanaRx, Wm 37 

Peter 55 0R s tanwix 37 

■ Louther 55 Steele, Eliz a set k 2 

Amy i 4 Stewart, SaRah i4 
Anthony 35 

Samuel 54 StaRM ,Alcy 58 

Louisiana 25 Sturm ,Alcy 58 

James 25 -35 Step, Ge.rge 56 

Wary 23 Stokley, John 50 

Joseph 57 StoaRT, Alexander 20 

Wade H 34 Stuart Sally 2 

William 57- Richard 47 

Wm Sm i th er 57 



Alexander 57 



ft/!R 66 
Stewart, Hugh 20 



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STAPLETON, Solomon 23 
STUBBLEF I ELD , Robert R 55 

Thomas 58- cR 56 

Sally 56 

Wyett 55 

P 2 

LUCINDA I 
SULLI VAN, MAHALLY 5l 

Ezekial 53-57 
Taylor, Francis 30 
Taylor, Harvey | I 



Th om as , Wm 55 
Thompson, James 29 



Thiseby, Perosons i 
Thurman , Polly I I 
Thorpe, Ele 3i 
Thomas, Ngttley 58 
Thurman, D 6i 
Tent, Jesse 58 
Trent, Elizas th I 
Treet, Alexander 4-8 
Troost, Dr 65 
Trammel, SaRah 3 
Trosler, Sally 3 
Tooney, Jane 3 



Turner, Wm 30 
Tuckei,' , William 58 

VARNUM, i\lANCY 48 

Vachel, Ezectir 45 
Vaughn, John U 6 

Joseph 26 

John 6 i 

John M 6i 

John 6 
Vei-:non, Abraham 6 



Taylor, Thos 58 Alexander 20 

Abraham 6i 

Teeters, Samuel Mc 49 t | ETSY „ 20 

JUDY 3 



WALKrR, Polly 20 



John i4 -20 -2i.- 2i 

Wm 56 42 



Thos h 20 

William i8 

D. 17 -i6 

A.'j.e 37 

JOSHUA 43 

MaRTm a Caroline \t 
Francis h i4 -i7 
Polly Ann i7 
Hugh 20-26-21 
Edward i3 -i9 
lucinda i 7 
R Eli zabeth 25 

J»NE 2l 



Tunnel, Resecca 54 jEAN 20 

James 2i 



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WALTER, Walker 43 
WALKER, Wm 20-21 
WALKER, Edward 63 -62 
WALWlNS, W»5 JR 23 
WALKER, Polly I 
Walter, Solomon 8 -59 

Fanny 9 

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WARREN, Nancy 27 
Watterson, Sally 34 
WARD, Nancy 69 
WALKER, James Abraham 69 

J.SEPH 63 

Jonathan 63 
Elizabeth 63 
Susanna 63 
HENRY N or H 63 

John W 63 
Martha 63 
Samuel 63 
Margaret 63 
William 63 
WALTER, Fanny 60 

Webs. Theoberic 60 
WEAVER, Mary K 50 
WEBSTER, Reuben 58 
WELCH, Elizabeth 59 
WELLS, MarRIah 58 
WuwTEs+uesT. gATSoai 59 
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WINESAR, Andrew 59 
WINEGAR, Andrew 59 
WINDHAM, Reuben 58 
WILLIAMS, MaRy 49 
John 49, 69 
Nancy 57- 3 
Sally 49 
WILDER? John A 6l 
WILSON, Polly 6l 

Samuel 55 
WILLIS, LaRKIN 60 

Elizabeth 56 
WILLIAMSON, Nancy 58 
W INSTEAD, Francis 60 
WOLFE, George 59 
WOLFE, Charles 59 
WRIGHT, James 66 
WEB3, Theodric 9 
WEST, J^mes 8 
WELCH, Elizabeth 8 
WELSTER, Reuben 7 
WELLS, Jeku S 27 
WELTY, Eliza 40 
WINEGAR* Andrew 7 
Andrew 8- 

WlLLlAM 7 

WINDHAM* Charlotte 7 
WILLIAMS, MaTHlda 4i 



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WILLIAMS, Ruth 39 

Wilson, Nancy 40 

Polly 6 

WILLIS, LaRKIn 9 

WILKES, Christopher 30 

WINSTEAD? FRancis 9 

WINSTON, Lucy 40 

WlNSTADT, EphRaim 48 

WHlTTEHURSt, Mary 6 

Batson 8 

WHITE Joseph 8 

WITT, James 37 

WcOD, SaRah 42 

WOOD, Fanny 35 

WOODS, Samuel 38 

WOLFE, Charles 7 

George 9 

WOLFE, ChRi stopher 7 

John 7 

WRIGHT, Jo 27 

WRIGHT, PRIScilla 34- 

Young, Robert 9 -47-60 

John 40 -J0--22— 29 ~* 6 ' 

Margaret iO 

Lettioe 3 i 

Sarah 50 

William 49 E^D OF INDEX TO 

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