Nancy P. Goodman's
GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE
©
TENNESSEE GENEALOGY QUERIES #5
query5.html
(November 1997)


CAVENER, CAVENAUGH, EARLY, ARMITAGE, HARTSILL, HARTZELL, McFERRIN, McPHERON, TIPPIN, PARSONS:
Subj: East Tennessee Genealogy
Date: 97-11-02
From: jcavener@unomaha.edu
I would enjoy the exchange of information about the CAVENER, EARLY, ARMITAGE, HARTSILL/HARTZELL, and MCFERRIN/MCPHERON families of Greene, Washington, and Cocke Counties (TN).
My ancestor, Hugh Cavener/Cavenaugh settled in present Greene Co ca 1786.
His son, John fought in the War of 1812, and his sons, Dr. William Cavener (USA) and George Crawford Cavener (CSA) both fought in the Civil War.
George married Amanda Early of Limestone, TN in 1862.
Their first son, Thomas Pitt Cavener was born in 1863.
He went to Hiwassee College, and married in 1913 (when he was 50) to Mabel Tippin of Rome, GA.
They stayed in Rome,
where my father, Thomas Summerfield Cavener, was born in 1919, along with six siblings. He married Vera Alicia Parsons of Tecnor, Siskiyou County, CA in 1939. They presently reside at Dorris, Siskiyou Co., CA
Their third son of five, I was born in nearby Klamath Falls, OR
on 9/20/45.
EMAIL: jcavener@unomaha.edu
TANNER:
Subj: Hello
Date: 97-11-02
From: tanners@ykt0.attnet.or.jp (Samuel E. Tanner)
Ms Goodman
My name is Samuel Tanner and I have been surfing the web for information on my family tree, with no luck so far. Came across your home page and all the links and info that you have put together. I am impressed with your work.
I am also intrigued by your connections to Houston County.
Understand you went to HCHS, class of 61. I too went to HCHS, all though a few years latter, class of 72.
Been wondering where you came
up with the example; Tanner, Sam on one of your pages. I am in the Army and am stationed in Japan.
This makes genealogy
research a real challenge but home pages like yours, Dan Martin's and others gives me a chance to find family ties.
Keep up the fine work.
Sam Tanner
Yokota Air Base Japan
E
MAIL: tanners@ykt0.attnet.or.jp

McCALLA:
Subj: Re: WEB SITES
Date: 97-11-02
MegMccalla@aol.com wrote:
> Slow week - did a little surfing:
> WE'RE NOT "STUCK," WE ARE JUST ANCESTORALLY CHALLENGED <G>
> >From "Chester Chuckles" - http://www.rootsweb.com/~pacheste/chetchck.htm > Chester Co., PA Quaker Mtg.s - http:www.rootsweb.com/~pacheste/churches.htm > Colonial Occupation Titles - http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/3955/jobs.html > History of Frederick Co., MD + Palatine & Scotch-Irish Migrations - http://www.zekes.com/%Edspidell/fredcoh.html > Calvert Co., MD 1733 tax list - http://www.rootsweb.com/~mdcalver/taxlist.htm > Signers of the Cumberland Pact 1780 TN - http://hiwaay.net/~white/cumbrcom.htm > John Holliday > >
Enjoy!
Meg McCalla

EMAIL: MegMccalla@aol.com
EVANS, HARDIN:
Subj: Genealogy -TN connections
Date: 97-11-02
From: morgana@ghg.net (Susan Evans)

Genny, I have just recently put up a gen webpage with family ties to TN, and would like to link to your page, and be linked to yours.
Family has links to Hamilton, Meigs, Clay, Roane, and other counties. Besides the family tree, I have some surname specific census index information up, (right now just Hardin), with more to come for 1820 and 1840...I will be putting more info like this up as I get it typed.
The site is called
A Southern Family and the address for  it is: http://members.tripod.com/~Essie/index.htm
Sue Evans
EMAIL: morgana@ghg.net
PHILLIPS:
Date: 97-11-02
From: UAJeff@aol.com

I'm a Phillips from the southwestern part of Tenn. around Savannah.
Would love to hear from anyone if they are related to that branch of the Phillips tree!!!!
Jeff
EMAIL: UAJeff@aol.com
Subj: http://www.usgenweb.com/
Date: 97-11-03 05:38:15 EST
From: JimS1942@aol.com
If you have not checked out these web pages you should take a look... http://www.usgenweb.com/ RootsWeb Genealogical Data Cooperative http://www.rootsweb.com/ USGenWeb Archives:
United States Genealogy census marriage wills
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/
Subj: Civil War Soldiers Date: 97-11-03 05:56:17 EST
From: JimS1942@aol.com

Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System: http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a
computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War; a list of regiments in both the Union and Confederate Armies; identifications and descriptions of 384 significant battles of the war; references that identify the sources of the information in the database; and suggestions for where to find additional information. The facts about the soldiers will be entered from records that are indexed to many millions of other documents about Union and Confederate Civil War soldiers maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration. Additional information about soldiers, sailors, regiments, and battles, as well as prisoner-of-war records and cemetery records, will be added over time.
SKILES, WEYER:
Subj: Skiles
Date: 97-11-03 11:08:11 EST
From: bearbird@erols.com (DWWeyer)
Good morning,
I am looking for John and Pauline SKILES. I know they were somewhere in
TN in Dec 1860. I haven't been able to track forward or backward on them. Their daughter, Martha SKILES (DOB: Dec 1860), was probably in Louisville, KY in 1881. In 1884, she was in Union County, KY. She died in Evansville, IN in 1917. Pauline is supposed to be full blooded Indian (Cherokee?). I have yet to prove the Indian blood except to say that some of Martha's children strongly suggests the presence of Indian blood. Any tidbit that anyone has will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,

Walt Weyer in MD
EMAIL: bearbird@erols.com
LYNCH, LASSITER, AUTREY
Subj: LYNCH, John, James G., James, Garret M., Wm. S., etc...
Date: 97-11-04
From: familytree2@juno.com
To: LYNCH-L@rootsweb.com
Hello, list!
I'm trying to determine whether the following belong on my branch of this giant LYNCH/LINCH family tree, or if they dwelt on another limb. If any of y'all can identify any of the following groups of people, I'd really appreciate hearing from you. Thanks :-) Susan email:familytree2@juno.com
1880 Census for Izard Co., Arkansas...Lafferty Creek Township #59/59

Lynch, James G. (Farmer) age 24 Kty/Kty/Tn

Mary S. wife , age 20 Miss/Miss/Miss
Independence County, Ar.
Marriage Records..1826-1877 (Books A-D)

"Lynch, James...21...to...Mary S. Lassiter, 17 2 Nov. 1876...By: B.Lee, PE-ME. Ch. So. <C-81>
1900 Census for Izard Co., Ar.; Jefferson Township #103/104

LYNCH, Garret M. Hd. 8/1851 48 Md. 25 Mo/Tn/Tn (Farmer)
Mary N. wife 11/1857 42 25 (3)(3) Ky/NJ/Ky

Susan E. dau 10/1887 12 Ar/Mo/Ky
William S. son 10/1891 8 Ar/Mo/Ky
JOHN LYNCH m. Elizabeth Autrey...8/17/1846...In Sevier County, Arkansas.

EMAIL: familytree2@juno.com
FORBESS, BARR:
Subj: Forbess Family History
Date: 97-11-04
From: forbess@ibm.net (Wayne Forbess)
I'm trying to find birth or death record of James FORBESS. He may have been born in Tennessee or North Carolina. He had son James Madison FORBESS who was born in Maury Co. TN in 1809. He married Absilla BARR in 1829 or 1830 at Carroll Co. TN. James Madison FORBESS died in Carroll Co. TN April 5, 1851.
EMAIL: forbess@ibm.net

PASCHALL, MARCHEL, MARSHALL:
Subj: Paschall Date: 97-11-04

From: rolling1@airmail.net (JIM B. PASCHALL)

James A. PASCHALL, born 1829 Warren, Co. NC, married Sally Annie MARCHEL (MARSHALL) 30 Mar
1852 in Lewis ? TN., died Oct. 1907, Wise Co. TX.
James served in the
Tennessee Calvary, Pvt CO D 4 BN.
Who were his parents? Who were Sally Annie's parents?

Jim Paschall,
E-Mail rolling1@airmail.net
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BARR, WADE:
Subj: queries
  Date: 97-11-05
From: diane@apex.net (Diane Wade)
I am seeking information on the BARR family of Sullivan County , Tennessee. Particularly the Martin Barr family. Children included:
George Barr
Nathan Barr
Joseph Barr
Benjamin Barr
E-mail me at diane@apex.net
DALTON, HEADRICK:
Subj: br549
Date: 97-11-05 23:42:05 EST
From: lewesqht@centuryinter.net (Lewis)
Searching for ancestors of George Dalton born in Grainger County TN 1829, died in Grainger County 12/24/1904. He married Charlotte Headrick. Lewis Headrick
EMAIL: lewesqht@centuryinter.net
GOODMAN, BENNETT:
Subj: Re: Goodman Surname
Date: 97-11-06
From: omega21@gate.net (John & Gayle Bennett)
I'm researching my Goodman Line in Iowa; they may have come from TN. Do the names Raymond Goodman (Keokuk, Iowa) ring any bells? He died in 1904. His son, also named Raymond, died that same year from Typhoid.
Thanks...

Gayle
EMAIL: omega21@gate.net
Subj: U.S. Biographies Project Date: 97-11-08
From: Dock1952@aol.com
U.S. Biographies Project
Hey Nancy
I ran across this Biography project while doing some KY research. They don't have anything going for TN but the KY site is a good one. Thought maybe you would know someone who has nothing to do who would volunteer to take on a TN Biography Project... Seriously, this would be a good thing. If you know someone who might be interested forward this on.
Debie
CASTLEMAN, HOLLIDAY, LUCAS, SCHWEBEL:
Subj: Castleman Line
Date: 97-11-08
From: schwebel@tgn.net
(Tissie Schwebel)
I saw your website mentioned on the Holliday Newsletter. I am a Holliday researcher but also noticed you have Castleman. My Castleman line is Sylvanus Castleman married to Elizabeth Lucas in Davidson Co. Tennessee on August 19, 1803. Sylvanous was born circa 1776. Sylvanous was one of Stephen F. Austin's 300 settlers to come to Texas. Do you have anything on Sylvanous?
Thanks!
Tissie Schwebel
Email: schwebel@tgn.net
Home page: http://www.tgn.tgn/~schwebel
MARTIN, JONES, KIZER:
Subj: Martin GEDCOM
Date: 97-11-08
From: hlmartin@mscomm.com (Harry L. Martin)
... Am really just starting...a good many of my recent ancestors (and maybe older ones) are buried in the family plot in Stanton, Haywood Co., TN. It seems that on-line <info> from Haywood Co. is nil. They are as follows:
Grandfather - Harry Leland Martin Sr., born in Stanton, TN, 1881
Grandmother - Beatrice Mae Cockroft Martin, born in Dyersburg TN 1885. Married in Blue Mountain, TN
Greataunt - Auntie Martin Jones, ?, husband Gilliam F. Jones, mortician,
Stanton, TN Father - Harry Leland Martin Jr. born 1908, Hollandale, MS. Most of life in Memphis, TN.
Aunt - Aileen Martin Kizer, died in Senatobia, MS
Should be more but am uncertain.
Got time? Have more suggestions or info? Can use all the help I can get.
Any how-to's on accessing census data?

Thanks for you and your page.
Harry L. Martin III
933 Cottonwood Drive
Barstow, CA 92311

EMAIL: hlmartin@mscomm.com

PARKINS:
Subj: DAVID PARKINS
Date: 97-11-09
From: leakey@sig.net (May Thompson Yoss)
I am trying to find out anything about my ancestor, DAVID PARKINS. He was born in 1806, possibly in Greene County, Tennessee. He married Phoebe C. ?, who was born in Indiana in 1827.
DAVID AND PHOEBE had two children,

CASSIUS PARKINS, and
JONATHAN PARKINS.
I would appreciate any help anyone
might give.
Thank You,
Judy Parkins
EMAIL: leakey@sig.net

FARIS, FARRIS, LOWE:
Subj: FARRIS  Date: 97-11-09
From: ptp@lcc.net Dee Lowe
Looking for FARIS, William. In l876, a 14 year old minor child by the name of Andrew J. FARRIS was appointed a guardian in Cooke County, Texas because they had reason to beleive that he was going to share in the distribution of the will of a William FARIS of Tennessee ( county in Tennessee not mentioned in the guardianship papers, nor was William FARIS relationship to Andrew J. ).
Andrew J. FARRIS had an older brother
named George Dallas FARRIS, and an older sister named either Sarah Francis or Annie Texanna FARRIS.
Mother of these children full blood
Indian of unknown name, and father either a William, Andrew J., Isaac or Isham FARRIS.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Dee Lowe
EMAIL: ptp@lcc.net
HICKS, GOBLE, BEARD:
Subj: HICKS family
Date: 97-11-09
From: dgoble@azstarnet.com (Donna Goble)
Would you please post this Query? Thanks.
I am seeking information on Isaac HICKS, born circa 1790 in Tennessee, possibly near Nashville. He married Jane BEARD in 1811 in Indiana and eventually settled with his wife and children in Miami Co., IN. Isaac and Jane had 11 children. They were:
John HICKS,
Hannah HICKS,
Alice HICKS,
Patrick HICKS,

Mahala HICKS,
Abraham HICKS,
Lizzie HICKS,
Jane HICKS,
Baby(no name) HICKS,
Isaac HICKS, and
William HICKS.
Who
were Isaac HICKS's parents and siblings?
Where was Isaac born? Any help will
be greatly appreciated.
Donna Goble

EMAIL: dgoble@azstarnet.com

CARSON, THOMPSON:
Subj: TN Query
Date: 97-11-10
From: carson@siggraph.org (Steve Carson)
I am seeking information about the ancestors and family of Thomas THOMPSON and his wife Margaret who emigrated from Orange, County North Carolina in 1784 and settled on the Cumberland River near Nashville, Tennessee. I am especially interested in Thomas' son John THOMPSON who moved to Bedford County, Tennessee in 1806. Steve Carson
phone: +1-505-521-7399

GSC Associates Inc. fax: +1-505-521-9321
5272 Redman Road
e-mail: carson@siggraph.org

Las Cruces, NM 88011 USA
JAMES, CARROLL:
Subj: Jesse James
Date: 97-11-12
From: carroll@bedford.net (carolyn carroll)
Has anyone researched Jesse James??? If so, did you find connection to Bedford Co, PA? My G. grandmother shared a ride on a stage coach with Jesse James and it has been rumored that he had cousins in Bedford Co.. There are James' in the county but I was wondering if it may be of another surname???
Carolyn
EMAIL: carroll@bedford.net

HEATH, RATCLIFF, VERNON, PEAY, HASKINS, LAWRENCE, EDWARDS, BROWN, DICKENS:
Subj: Tn. Genealogy
Date: 97-11-12
From: NANASVAN@aol.com
Hi Genny,
My name is Amy Haskins Brown-Dickens. I was born in Rutherford Co, Tn and have done extensive research there.
... I too have HEATH, RATCLIFF. Have searched VERNON, PEAY, HASKINS,
LAWRENCE, EDWARDS, and more.
Loved your homepage.
Amy
EMAIL: NANASVAN@aol.com or EMAIL: DICKENJW@aol.com
CORBITT, LEACH, TIMMONS, POWELL, WEAVER:
Subj: Corbitt and Leach
Date: 97-11-12
From: RWeaver750@aol.com
I am searching for the ancestors of Samuel W. Corbitt born about 1803 possibly in Davidson Co., Tenn. He married a Sarah Timmons in Davies County, Ky in 1820.
Also looking for the Humphrey Leach Family. His daughter Jane Leach was born about 1811 in Tenn and died in Union Co., Ky. She married a James Ward Powell.
Please email me at RWeaver750@aol.com

Thanks a lot.
CROCKETT, EMMERT, HOPKINS:
Subj: Crockett   Date: 97-11-13
From: olhops@ipa.net (Orbie & Lorene)
I have just started researching my husband's side of the family. I noticed on your homepage, you list a Martha Ann Crockett. My husbands GGGrandmother on his mothers side, was Emmaline Crockett. She married a John EMMERT.
They
came from TN. to Arkansas, before the Civil war. Do you have a Emmaline in your decendants? It is a long shot, but you never know.
Thank you
Lorene Hopkins
EMAIL:olhops@ipa.net
GALYON, GALYEAN
:
Subj: Tennessee Genealogy-Galyon/Galyean/etc. families
Date: 97-11-13
From: Redvdub1@aol.com
Have extensive information/willing to freelyshare on Galyon/Galyean/etc. families of eastern TN; ParticularlyGrainger Co., Sevier Co., Knox Co., Roane Co., Blount Co., Loudon Co. The family founder was a John GALYON who came to the Grainger Co. area ca. 1805 from Surry Co., NC.
EMAIL: Redvdub1@aol.com
COOPER, JONES, TULLEY,  JAMES:
Subj: Genealogy: Laura COOPER m Ance Jones
Date:97-11-13
From: Genejames@aol.com
Nancy:
I have no info re the subject marriage to indicate any Tenn connection; however, they bore a son in southern Indiana, then -- no trace.
The son, William Larkin Jones was born 18 Feb 1879 and reared
by an Aunt & Uncle, Dr. & Mrs Augustus Tulley near Brazil IN.
This is all of the info I have, even though Wm Larkin JONES is my
grandfather -- taboo subject while growing up.
I notice your line includes
a Laura Cooper and a Jones family. Hoping for a long shot connection.
Will greatly appreciate any info or leads you might have available.
TIA
Gene James

EMAIL: Genejames@aol.com
PHILLIPS, BOHANNAN, BOHANNON, HAMBY, JOHNSON, WHITELEY, FREDRICK, HENDRIX, SMITH, DAVIS, WARD, NORRIS, LEGG, STAPLETON, LEE:
Subj: Phillips in TN
Date: 97-11-13
From: KLee174407@aol.com
Hi, I am starting to research my Phillips. I have so far Isaac Henry PHILLIPS b 1830 in TN, his daughter Rachel Elvira Phillips b Aug 11, 1848 in Tenn d 1898 ARK.
Henry's wife was Alzada Phillips.
I am also finding all my family surnames on both my moms side and dads side traveled somewhat together...from TENN to NW Ark. the surnames that I am researching are Bohannan/on,
Hamby,
Johnson,
Whiteley,

Fredrick,
Hendrix,
Phillips,
Smith,
Davis,
Ward,
Norris,
Legg, and
Stapleton.

happy hunting~
Kathy Lee
EMAIL: KLee174407@aol.com
COWEN
:
Subj: Looking For COWEN at McEwen, Humphryes Co, TN   Date: 97-11-14
From: ecowen@galstar.com
I'm trying to find information relative to my paternal grandfather, grgrandfather, etc. my grandfather was .
Edward COWEN,
b.10/8/1862 Waverly,TN d.6/4/1942 McEwen,TN.
From this I persume that his father was living in Waverly at the time of his birth, family stories say that his father was also Edward Cowen.
I have no further info. any further data would be appreciated.
EMAIL: ecowen@galstar.com


WHITMAN, TIPTON, FRANCIS:

Subj: John Whitman & Mary Tipton  Date: 97-11-14
From: Valljo745@aol.com (Vallie Whitman Francis)

I need info on my g-g-g-g-grandfather John WHITMAN from Campbell Co. TN. born about 1750 married Mary TIPTON and raised a family in Garrard Co. KY.
EMAIL: Valljo745@aol.com


CLARK, WEST, PORTER, CANNON, RYLAND, YATES   Date: 97-11-15
From: waylon95blind@email.msn.com (jimmy porter)
Searching for information on Dorsey/Doss CLARK who married Cleve WEST
on Oct. 3, 1911 in Loudon County,Tenn.
Dorsey had three brothers named
Sam CLARK
Fred CLARK and
Floyd CLARK.
They were Cherokee.
Dorsey had a daughter named Helen.
Connected surnames are
CLARK,
WEST,
CANNON,
RYLAND and
YATES.
The only info that I have been able to find is the marriage certificate of Dorsey and Cleve West. I cannot find anymore info about her. She was my great grandmother.
PLEASE send anything concerning these people to the address below.
Thank you and may God bless you!
Donna
EMAIL: waylon95blind@email.msn.com

RIGSBY
:
Subj: JOHN RIGSBY - JAMES R RIGSBY - WHITE COUNTY - TENN -1850 CENSUS      Date: 97-11-16    
From: toddy@worldnetla.net (toddy)
I need to find these two men and John's spouse.  I am looking for James R. RIGSBY - his mother, and his father and whether either one or both were Native American.  Please send any information to me at: toddy@worldnetla.net

WEST, GRAVATT, CAVETT:

Subj: JOHN AND JAMES WEST  Date: 97-11-22
From: BSco7910@aol.com
JOHN AND JAMES WEST lived in Roane County Tn. about 1800 to 1830. Believe one of their daughters SUSANNAH married ROBERT GRAVATT 1820 and they moved to Ill. about 1830 and then to Crawford Co, Missouri before 1850.
The census there shows a John and Isaac WEST living nearby as neighbors.
Does anyone have ancestors that did this?
Am also researching Gravatt family. At the same time Richard and John CAVETT lived in Roane Co. Are they related?
JO

WEAKLEY, CAUSEY:

Subj: Re: Weakley family  Date: 97-11-23
From: Causeys@prodigy.net (Causeys)
Nancy,
I just stumbled onto the site...I was a Weakley before I married. My family is from Page county Virginia (Luray, Stanley areas.) Our family has just recently begun to try to create and trace a family tree as far back as possible. Are there any connections? My grandfather is Clifford Ellis WEAKLEY, born 1924 (and luckily still living and in good health.) Let me know if you know where (and if) the connection comes in.
Where would we get hold of the book that's mentioned? If there's any relation I'm sure he'll want to know.
Becky Causey

PHILLIPS, BONNER
:
Subj: PHILLIPS genealogy  Date: 97-11-24 20:
From: Jrj2304@aol.com
Hi Nancy,
In your searches do have any record of a Sara (Patsy) Bonner Phillips?
Also her children from first marriage to Howard Alan PHILLIPS?

BRALEY, BRADLEY, McSPADDEN, PARISH
:
Subj: Family in Hubbard Cove Wilson County TN  Date: 97-11-25
From: dpparish@psnw.com (Parish Family)
Hello,
I am trying to get information on the BRALY family,
I have Samuel Aston BRALY, born 02/23/1824
also: Joseph Youree BRALY, born Hubbard Cove 02/01/1827
Their father was Leroy BRALY.
I show records for:
Leroy BRALY & Sarah McSPADDEN, Married 09/19/1810
Leroy Braly's Father is Walter BRALY, no information .
Can you help with any of this?
In (TN) county records I pulled up the only marraige March 14 1810  -
it says Leeroy BRADLEY and Sally McSPADDEN???
Is this my GG-Grandfather?
Peggy Braly Parish

GORE, GOAR, HARDESTER
:
Subj: Gore or Goar Family Search  Date: 97-11-25
From: judith@sisna.com (Judith Hardester)
Am looking for more information on a Robert D. GORE (GOAR) born abt 1807 in Tennessee and his wife Elizabeth (or Nancy Elizabeth) born abt 1813 in Tennessee.
They had 5 sons. We are related to Alonzo, born abt 1848 in Kentucky.
Thank you for any help  
Judith

GADDIS, SEAWRIGHT
:
Subj: George W Gaddis  Date: 97-11-25
From: JDS269@aol.com
This was my great grandfather born May 15 1835 Died Mar 25 1904
It was said he was from TN. I can not find any info on him; I hope you can help.
JIM SEAWRIGHT

WEBB, READ, REED, MAULDIN, TOOLEY:

Subj: please submit my query  Date: 97-11-28
From: JWEBB2000@aol.com
Looking for information on READ/REED and MAULDIN families.
Thomas H. READ, born 1804; lived in Carroll County Tennessee.
He had 6 children with our link being Samuel J. READ.
Samuel J. READ also lived in Lake, Carroll, and Benton counties.
Any information on a William H. MAULDIN, born 1833/34 would be greatly appreciated.
His wife was Martha TOOLEY. They married in Lincoln county.
They also lived in Marshall and Gibson County, TN.
Rumor has it he drowned in Reelfoot Lake.
One of his sons, Ault "Fulton" MAULDIN moved to Oklahoma.
Thanks
R. Webb

GWIN, BECKHAM, WEATHERFORD
:
Subj: TN Query  Date: 97-11-28
From: DarleneA@aol.com
My gggggrandfather, Elias GWIN married first Rebeccah BECKHAM in Warren Co., NC.  Rebeccah must have died before 1813 or so as he married Tabitha WEATHERFORD, daughter of Money WEATHERFORD about that time and they lived in Bedford Co., TN for about 20 years. Tabitha died about 1830 and Elias GWIN took his/their 10 children to Macoupin Co, IL where her mother and brothers had moved around 1820-ish after Money died.
I have been told the Bedford Co., TN courthouse records burned before the Civil War. Is there another source for records from this area???
Any help appreciated.
DarleneA@aol.com
GUNTER, THOMASON, GUNN:

Subj: Gunter  Date: 97-11-29
From: KLWRAGEG@aol.com
Seek maiden ID of Cynthia (nee?) GUNTER, wife of William T. GUNTER, both born 1817 TN.
William T. GUNTER, born in Warren Co., TN. His father, John G. GUNTER (b. 1793 NC), moved to Marion Co., TN with his father, Augustus (1) GUNTER (b. 1760-70), about 1818-1820.
About 1825, John G. GUNTER and his wife (Lavinia Arline THOMASON GUNTER) and children, removed to Bridgeport, Jackson Co., AL.
It's probable that William T. GUNTER and Cynthia were married c1840-42.
Their eldest child, Lavinia Ann GUNTER, was b. 1843 in MO.
Family tradition is that William T. GUNTER and his younger brother, Caldean D. GUNTER, left Jackson Co., AL 1839 and rode horseback to MO to visit kin.
It's possible that William T. GUNTER was married at the time of that removal.
It's also possible that he met and married his wife, Cynthia, while in MO.
Cynthia's census record indicates in 1880, Leon Co., TX was that her father was born in AL and mother born in TN.
It is possible that Cynthia was a part-Cherokee, as was Caldean D. Gunter's wife.
Despite the Missouri interlude, William T. GUNTER and Cynthia were back in Bridgeport, Jackson Co., AL by the birth of their second child, Charles F. GUNTER, b. 1845.
I descend from the 3nd child,
Mary Susan GUNTER, b. 1847 AL.
Other younger children of this couple:
Horace GUNTER,
Taylor B.GUNTER,
William T. GUNTER
and Malinda GUNTER.
Any help appreciated.
Kay Gunn
  KLWRAGEG@aol.com

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