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128. Jesse CHERRY, son of John CHERRY and Mary JORDAN, was born on Jul 4, 1740 in Halifax County, North Carolina and died on Jul 28, 1807, at age 67.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census 1: Census, 1790, Halifax District, Martin County, North Carolina. 1790 Halifax District, Martin County, North Carolina
page 69

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
` 5th # slaves
Cherry, Jesse..................................

Jesse married Julia LITTLE in 1760. Julia was born WFT Est 1720-1746 and died WFT Est 1768-1834, at age 48.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Johua CHERRY, born on Feb 5, 1760 - died WFT Est 1761-1850
ii. James J. CHERRY, born in 1765 - died WFT Est 1766-1855

Jesse next married Elizabeth GAINER in 1770.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Jesse CHERRY Jr. born in 1770 Halifax Co, N.C. - died WFT Est 1771-1860

ii. Mary Ann CHERRY, born in 1772 Halifax Co, N.C. - died in 1836. Mary next married Unknown KENNEDY- WFT Est 1786-1817. Unknown was born WFT Est 1753-1779 and died WFT Est 1805-1864, at age 52. Mary next married Charles COPPAGE on Jan 27, 1836. Charles was born WFT Est 1760-1816 and died WFT Est 1839-1901, at age 79.

iii. Eli CHERRY, born in 1774 Martin Co, N.C. - died WFT Est 1775-1864). Eli next married (name unknown WFT Est 1793-1825.

iv. Sharah CHERRY, born in 1776 Martin Co, N.C. - died WFT Est 1804-1870. Sharah next married James GAINES WFT Est 1804-1838. James was born WFT Est 1759-1779 and died WFT Est 1804-1865, at age 45.

64 v. Isham CHERRY, born in 1778 Martin Co, N.C. - died in 1843. Isham next married Silvah HARRELL in 1797. Silvah was born WFT Est 1774-1793 and died WFT Est 1809-1878, at age 35.

vi. Wiley CHERRY, born in 1780 Martin Co, N.C. - died in 1806. Wiley next married Nancy SEAWELL WFT Est 1796-1805. Nancy was born WFT Est 1776-1791 and died WFT Est 1796-1878, at age 20.

vii. Daniel CHERRY, born on Oct 20, 1782 - died WFT Est 1783-1872. Daniel next married Sarah TURNER on Mar 10, 1810. Sarah was born in 1787 and died in 1870, at age 83.

viii. Lovey CHERRY, born in 1784 - died WFT Est 1785-1878

ix. Daughter (Unknown NAME), born about 1784 - died WFT Est 1785-1878)

x. John Darling CHERRY, born in 1787 - died after 1850. John next married Elizabeth WYNNS on Mar 1, 1812. Elizabeth was born on Mar 7, 1792 and died after 1840.

xi. Tilitha CHERRY, born about 1789 - died WFT Est 1803-1883. Tilitha next married Straw Horn MONK WFT Est 1803-1836. Straw was born WFT Est 1772-1792 and died WFT Est 1806-1878, at age 34.

xii. Lawrence CHERRY, born in 1791 - died WFT Est 1792-1881. Lawrence next married Fannie Grey THIGPEN WFT Est 1808-1843. Fannie was born WFT Est 1785-1810 and died WFT Est 1835-1898, at age 50.

xiii. Nancy CHERRY, born in 1794 - died WFT Est 1795-1888. Nancy next married Cornelius BUCK WFT Est 1806-1830. Cornelius was born in 1780 and died in 1838, at age 58. Nancy next married John H. HALLIBURTON WFT Est 1808-1837. John was born WFT Est 1777-1797 and died WFT Est 1811-1883, at age 34.

xiv. Son (Jacob??) CHERRY, born about 1793 - died WFT Est 1794-1883

xv. David CHERRY, born on Jul 23, 1798 Martin Co. NC. - died on Feb 5, 1872 in Winston Co. , MS; Bethedan Luth Cem. David next married Nancy Cherry UNKNOWN, on Nov 2, 1816 in N. C. Nancy was born on Feb 19, 1800 in N. C. and died on Apr 21, 1869 in Winston Co., MS: Bethedan Luth Cem, at age 69.

129. Elizabeth GAINER was born in 1750 in Tyrrel Co, N.C. and died in 1836, at age 86.

Elizabeth married Jesse CHERRY in 1770.

Noted events in his life were:

• Census 1: Census, 1790, Halifax District, Martin County, North Carolina. 1790 Halifax District, Martin County, North Carolina
page 69

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of families
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
` 5th # slaves
Cherry, Jesse...................................2-5-5-0-6

134. Hugh BARNETT, son of Hugh BARNETT and Unknown CURRIE, was born about 1760 in Person County, N. C. and died in 1796 in Orange Co., N.C. Became Person Co., about age 36. Another name for Hugh was Hugh BARNETT II.

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General Notes: [Cherry.ged]

Served in the Revolutionary War. Notes by Cindy B Welcher cbwelche@halifax.com Living Tennessee, probably Smith, Sumner or Rutherford Co... Commissioned a Cornet, Regiment of Cavalry, 5th Brigade...10 December 1814...No County given. ( Ref: Record of Commission of Officers in the Tennessee Milita....1796-1815...by Mary Brown-Daniel Moore )

Have copy of the will Karen n27ls@gamewood.net , John McFarland & Joseph Davis McFarland & wife Margret exc. of will. Will can be obtained from, Person Co. records at the N.C. Archives @ Raleigh, N.C. from Person Co., Book A, pg 235-236. Hugh Jr. died before his father , Hugh. He also served in the Rev. War. Person Co., N.C. Heritage Books has this information.

Hugh married Margaret McFARLAND on Jan 26, 1784 in Casewell County, NC.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Nancy BARNETT
ii. Harris BARNETT
iii. Martha BARNETT
iv. Margaret BARNETT, born about 1780)
67 v. Mary Curry BARNETT, born on Jul 27, 1785 North Carolina. Mary married Noah LILLEY in 1807 in Hardin Co., TN. Noah was born on Apr 19, 1771 in Randolph Co., North Carolina and died about 1847 in Upsher Co., (Camp Co., ) Texas, about age 76. Another name for Noah was Noah G. LILLEY.
vi. Hugh BARNETT III, born in 1794 - died in 1854 in Pearson Co., North Carolina). Hugh married Mary CUMMINGS in 1816.

135. Margaret McFARLAND was born about 1765. Another name for Margaret was Margaret Harris MCFARLAND.

Margaret married Hugh BARNETT on Jan 26, 1784 in Casewell County, NC..

140. John (Henry) RAYBURN was born in 1750 in , Of Botecourt, Virginia and died on Feb 17, 1808 in , Montgomery, Virginia, at age 58. Ancestral File Number: F13K-05.

John married Jenny Jane McLAREN on Feb 16, 1767 in , Augusta, VA.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Rebecca REYBURN, born on Mar 19, 1783 , Montgomery, VA - died on Dec 21, 1824 in , Montgomery, VA
ii. Mary Polly RAYBURN, born about 1771 , Montgomery, VA
iii. Jane RAYBURN, born about 1773 , Montgomery, VA
iv. John Junior RAYBURN, born on May 7, 1775 , Montgomery, VA - , died in Oakland, Yalobusha, MS
v. Rachel RAYBURN, born about 1780 , Montgomery, VA
vi. Robert RABOURN, born about 1750 , Augusta Co, VA - died in Jan 1806 in , Madison Co, KY
vii. Sarah RABOURN, born about 1767 <, Augusta Co, VA>
viii. Isabella RABOURN, born about 1752 <, Augusta Co, VA>
70 ix. Henry RAYBURN, born on Jan 4, 1768 , Montgomery, VA - died on Mar 7, 1852 in Waynesville, Wayne, TN). Henry married Sarah SHANKLIN, daughter of Robert SHANKLIN and Eleanor SAINT CLAIR, on Jun 24, 1794 in , Botetourt, VA. Sarah was born on Nov 30, 1777 in Montgomery C., TN and died on Feb 19, 1848 in , Wayne, TN, at age 70.
x. Margaret REYBURN, born in 1769 , Of Botecourt, Virginia - died after Jul 14, 1814

141. Jenny Jane McLAREN was born in 1746 of Botecourt, Montgomery, Virginia and died after Jan 6, 1827 in , Montgomery, VA. Ancestral File Number: F13K-1B.

Jenny married John (Henry) RAYBURN on Feb 16, 1767 in , Augusta, VA.

142. Robert SHANKLIN was born about 1755 in <, Montgomery Co., VA>. Ancestral File Number: F13K-2H.

Robert married Eleanor SAINT CLAIR.

Children from this marriage were:

i. Nancy Woods SHANKLIN, born about 1770 , Montgomery, VA - died in Jul 1835 in Beechgrove, Coffee, TN
ii. Samuel SHANKLIN, (born in 1767 , Montgomery Co., VA - died in Sep 1850 in , Montgomery, VA
iii. Elizabeth Sinclair SHANKLIN, born on Oct 30, 1780 <, Montgomery, VA> - died in 1853 in , Yalobusha, MS
71 iv. Sarah SHANKLIN, born on Nov 30, 1777 Montgomery C., TN - died on Feb 19, 1848 in , Wayne, TN. Sarah married Henry RAYBURN, son of John (Henry) RAYBURN\ and Jenny Jane McLAREN\, on Jun 24, 1794 in , Botetourt, VA. Henry was born on Jan 4, 1768 in , Montgomery, VA and died on Mar 7, 1852 in Waynesville, Wayne, TN, at age 84.

143. Eleanor SAINT CLAIR was born about 1759 in <, Montgomery Co., VA>. Ancestral File Number: F13K-3N.

Eleanor married Robert SHANKLIN.

192. Jacob STINEBAUGH The Elde, son of Common Ancestor STINEBAUGH and Unknown , was born on Apr 18, 1761 in Germany, died on May 29, 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky, at age 74, and was buried in May 1835 in Rogers-Stinebaugh Cemetery, Trigg County, Kentucky.

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General Notes: [hotpepper.ged]

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The Jacob Stinebaugh family settled in Trigg county, Kentucky around 1800. According to family tradition recorded in Goodspeed's History of Northwest Arkansas, eighteen young men from Germany/Holland wanted to come to America, but lacked money for passage. They went to England, joined the British Army and volunteered to fight in the American Revolution.

As soon as they arrived in America, they deserted the British Army and joined the colonial forces. Among the eighteen was the young Jacob Stinebaugh, who served in the Second Pennsylvania Regiment. According to Gerald Lackey, he settled in Pennsylvania after the war, but, in the late 1700's, moved to western Tennessee (Perhaps Wilson County-Ben Cook or Jefferson County-Melva Cook). Finally, around 1800 the family moved west again and settled near Cerulean Springs in Trigg County, Kentucky. The above senario is somewhat in conflict with some of the census data. Elizabeth and Catherine were listed as born in Virginia by the 1850 Census. Since they were born in 1788 and 1790 respectively, "Virginia" could refer to Virginia, West Virginia or Kentucky. Kentucky separated from Virginia in 1792, while West Virginia did not separate until 1863. Adam was listed as born in Tennessee in December 1796, which is possible, since Tennessee was granted Statehood in 1796.

Very likely, Jacob & family migrated from Pennsylvania through Hagerstown, Maryland, Harrisonburg and Roanok, Virginia on to Jefferson County, Tennessee. This Migration Trail was called The Great Indian Warpath Trail, and was one of the major migration pathways of that era. The route generally followed the path of present day Interstate Highway 81. This migration likely extended over two or three years. In that event, Elizabeth and Catherine would likely have been born in Virginia, but Jacob the Younger would have to have had been born in Virginia or Tennessee rather than Pennsylvania. Both the Missouri Census of 1850 and the Texas Census of 1870 give his place of birth as Tennessee.

We do not know who Jacob married, but there is some indication that her name was Catherine. There were several children - Elizabeth, Catherine, Jacob, Jr., Adam, John ?, Joseph, Daniel, Nancy, Betsy, Susan - and possibly others. Tax and census rolls indicate that Stinebaughs lived in the area as late as 1870. One descendant, John Goodwin, still lived on a portion of the original land grant in 1990. His son and daughter also lived in the area.

Jacob settled 3.2 miles northwest of Cerulean Springs on Poplar and Brushy Grove Creeks, south of the Green River. He operated a distillery and grist mill and was a cabinet maker.

Jacob Stinebaugh was on jury duty in Trigg County on December 24, 1824.
Jacob Stinebaugh was listed in the Trigg County Poll book in August 1826

Noted events in his life were:
• Lived in (2): 1788, Pennsylvania.
• Lived in (1): 1761, Germany.
• Lived in (5): Bet 1800-1835, Trigg County, Kentucky.
• Lived in (4): Bet 1796-1800, Wilson County, Tennessee.
• Lived in (3): Bet 1788-1796, Virginia.

Jacob married Catherine UNKNOWN about 1786 in Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

i. Elizabeth STINEBAUGH, born in 1788 Virginia - died between 1866-1886 in Trigg County, Kentucky

ii. Catherine STINEBAUGH, born in 1790 Virginia - died between 1835-1850 in Trigg County, Kentucky

96 iii. Jacob STINEBAUGH The Younger, born on Nov 28, 1796 Germany, Pennsylvania - died on Feb 4, 1882 in Nevada, Collin County, Texas. Jacob married Nancy CANNON, daughter of James CANNON and Rachel STARK, on Nov 12, 1816 in , Christian, KY. Nancy was born on Apr 29, 1800 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky, died on Sep 15, 1875 in Nevada, Collin, Texas, at age 75, and was buried in Sep 1875 in Abston, Cemetery, Lavon, Texas.

iv. Adam STINEBAUGH, born on Dec 1, 1796 Wilson County, Tennessee - died on Mar 10, 1857 near Cerulean, Trigg County, Kentucky. Adam married Lucinda ROGERS -[27459] 1 [MRIN:10074] on Sep 17, 1824 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Lucinda was born on Nov 21, 1803 in Trigg County, Kentucky and died on Nov 18, 1849 in Trigg County, Kentucky, at age 45.

v. Joseph STINEBAUGH,born in 1802 Wilson County, Tennessee - died in 1876 near Cerulean, Trigg County, Kentucky. Joseph married Elizabeth UNKNOWN. Elizabeth was born about 1805 and died between 1854-1874.

vi. John STINEBAUGH, born about 1803 Wilson County, Tennessee Or Trigg County, Kentucky - died between 1835-1850 in Trigg County, Kentucky

vii. Lucinda STINEBAUGH, born on Nov 21, 1803 - died in May 1869 in Trigg County, Kentucky

viii. Susan STINEBAUGH, born about 1805 Wilson County, Tennessee Or Trigg County, Kentucky - died between 1835-1850 in Trigg County, Kentucky

ix. Daniel Paul STINEBAUGH, born in 1807 Near Cerulean, Trigg County, Kentucky - died between 1880-1890 in Trigg County, Kentucky). Daniel married Luretta SIZEMORE on Dec 10, 1831 near Cerulean, Trigg County, Kentucky. Luretta was born about 1809 in Virginia and died between 1860-1880 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

x. Nancy STINEBAUGH, born in 1810 Trigg County, Kentucky - died in Jan 1886 in Trigg County, Kentucky

193. Catherine UNKNOWN was born about 1766 in Pennsylvania, died in Dec 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky, about age 69, and was buried about 1836 in Rogers-Stinebaugh Cemetery, Trigg County.

Catherine married Jacob STINEBAUGH The Elder about 1786 in Pennsylvania.

194. James CANNON, son of Samuel CANNON and Lydia PENNINGTON, was born on Dec 11, 1762 in , Newberry, South Carolina, died on Apr 30, 1842 in New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri, at age 79, and was buried in , Lincoln, Missouri. Ancestral File Number: KC7L-GX.

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General Notes: James Cannon was born in Newberry Co., SC. At the age of 15 or 16 he enlisted in the patriot army and fought for Independence. According to his pension application James served in the company of Capt Mathew Gillespie at Edgels Station and served at Dugan's Station. He was with Capt. WM. Grady scouting and joined Col. Levi Casey in the hunt for "Bloody" Cunningham in the lower part of SC. His first experience in the west was with Capt John Virgin rafting the Tennessee River during the war. He spent two years with Capt. Thomas Stark. He undoubtedly met Rachel during this time. Rachel was probably a niece of Capt. Thomas Stark.

Upon completion of the war he married Rachel Stark, returning to Tennessee to settle in Robertson County about 1789. He would have been among the first settlers <http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnsumner/early12.htm> in this area. The trip was undoubtedly arduous for James, Rachel and their oldest son, Samuel, who would have been an infant or toddler at the time. There are 2 land entries in Robertson co., TN for James Cannon. #4479 "Transferred to James ______ 2/1797. James Cannon transferred to Robert Muir, 1797" and #4519 "274 acres Assigned to James Cannon in 1797 and Cannon transfered it to James Easton in 1797, with James Thompson a witness". (from Tennessee Genealogical Records, pg. 12) James and his growing family moved to Christian Co., KY around 1797. Many of his children were born and several were married <marriage.htm> in Christian Co., KY.

James and most or all of his children moved to Lincoln Co., MO in 1818. There he applied for a Revolutionary War Pension in 1838.

Sources:
THE CANNON BOOK, by Clarence Cannon.
Pension Record <james_cannon_src.html> , Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C., Vol. I, Page 62, File No. 16, 684
The Last Will Testament of James Cannon <james_cannon_src.html> , Lincoln Co., Missouri probate office, Book I, page 113.

Research Notes:
Pension Record , Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C., Vol. I, Page 62, File No. 16, 684)

On this 4th day of February, A.D., 1833, personally appeared before the Justices of the County Court of Lincoln County, Missouri, now sitting, James Cannon, a resident of the county and state aforesaid, aged 70 years, who being duly sworn according to the law, doth on his oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of congress passed June 7, 1832, in That he entered the service of the United States in the year 1778 or 1779, in the State of Sourth Carolina, in the company commanded by Captain Matthew Gillespie as a volunteer, and went to guard a small station called Edgile Station, and afterwards removed to Duggan's Station – After the death of Captain Gillespie, he served under a Capt. William Gray, and was engaged in scouting parties against the tories -- that he went with several hundred men under Col. Levi Casey after a large number of tories called Cunningham's Men, and followed these men several days, and until they were dispersed in a swamp in the lower part of S. Carolina and took from them horses, coats and, etc.

He thinks he served nearly two years, principally against the tories—and was then drafted in a company commanded by Capt. John Virgin, and crossed the Tennessee River after Indians and tories and killed some of each. There were several hundred of our men in this expedition, all mounted and commanded by Gen'l Pickens, and was out this time about three months, which was in the winter season—and he volunteered under Capt. Thomas Starke, and was engaged two years and more under Said Starke in scouting parties against the tories—that he was born in Newberry county in the State of south Carolina, the year 1762—that he did not bring any record of his birth from his father's house which he left soon after the war—that he moved soon after the revolutionary war to Robinson County in the State of Tennessee—and in the year 1797 or 1798 he moved to Christian County, and in the year 1817 he came to Lincoln County, Mo. Where he now lives—he does not recollect that he ever received any discharge from the service.

The Last Will Testament of James Cannon of the County of Lincoln and the State of Missouri, Lincoln Co., Missouri probate office, Book I, page 113.
I, James Cannon, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, towit: First, my will and desire is that my two servants, Sarah and George, who are slaves, shall after my decease have their freedom, and that my executor shall cause the necessary papers of emancipation to be made out, properly certified and delivered to each of said slaves as soon as can conveniently be done. Second, I wish all my personal estate (except the slaves above mentioned) that I may die possessed of, to be appraised and sold according to law, and also I will and ordain that the executor of this my last will and testament shall as soon as convenient sell and convey in fee simple, at public or private sale, all of my lands that I may die seized and possessed of. And for the doing executing and perfect finishing whereof I do by these presents give to my said executor full power and authority to grant, bargain, sell and convey all of said lands to any person or persons and their heirs and assigns forever in fee simple, and a conveyance or conveyances to make execute and deliver for the same agreeable to this my last will and testament. And after all my debts and the expenses of administering my estate are paid, I wish all the proceeds arising from the sale of my personal and real estate to be equally divided among my children who are now living, as I consider that I gave them in their life time of those deceased, their full share of my estate. And lastly, I hereby appoint my son, Isaac Cannon, sole executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal the thirtieth day of June in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Six. James Cannon (Seal)

James married Rachel STARK about 1785 in , Newberry, S.C..

Children from this marriage were:

i. Samuel CANNON, born on Oct 20, 1786 , Robertson, TN. - died on Dec 8, 1857 in Elsberry, Lincoln, Missouri
ii. John CANNON, born on Mar 16, 1790 , Robertson, TN. - died on Jun 13, 1871 in Troy, Lincoln, Missouri
iii. Lydia CANNON, born on Nov 17, 1791 , Robertson, TN. - died on Sep 12, 1869 in Pleasant Hill, Pike, Illinois
iv. Isaac Newton CANNON, born on Nov 4, 1793 , Robertson, TN. - died on May 3, 1862 in Hawk Point, Lincoln, Missouri
v. William CANNON, born on Sep 12, 1795 , Robertson, TN. - died on Mar 7, 1861 in Nebo, Pike, Illinois
vi. Elizabeth CANNON, born on Sep 26, 1797 , Christian, KY - died in 1839 , buried in Sugar Creek, Randolph, Missouri
97 vii. Nancy CANNON, born on Apr 29, 1800 Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky - died on Sep 15, 1875 in Nevada, Collin, Texas. Nancy married Jacob STINEBAUGH The Younger, son of Jacob STINEBAUGH The Elder and Catherine UNKNOWN, on Nov 12, 1816 in , Christian, KY. Jacob was born on Nov 28, 1796 in Germany, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 4, 1882 in Nevada, Collin County, Texas, at age 85, and was buried in Feb 1882 in Abston, Cemetery, Lavon, Texas.
viii. Ephraim CANNON, born on Dec 16, 1801 , Christian, KY - died on Apr 11, 1867 of Pittsfield, Pike, Illinois
ix. Mary CANNON, born on Feb 28, 1803 , Christian, KY - died about 1826 in , Lincoln, Missouri
x. Rachel CANNON, born on Dec 4, 1804 , Christian, KY - died on Jul 4, 1876 , buried in New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri
xi. Keziah CANNON, born about 1806 , Christian, KY - died about 1828 in , Lincoln, Missouri
xii. Rebecca CANNON, born in 1808 , Christian, KY - died on May 9, 1837 in Pleasant Hill, Pike, Illinois
xiii. Margarette CANNON, born on Apr 19, 1811 , Christian, KY - died on Dec 1, 1879 in Oregon
xiv. Jane CANNON, born on Apr 17, 1815 Hopkinsville, Christian, Kentucky - died on Jan 21, 1860 in New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri

195. Rachel STARK, daughter of Thomas STARK and Rachel Stark UNKNOWN, was born in 1768 in , Newberry Co., SC, died in 1831 in , Lincoln Co., MO, at age 63, and was buried in , Lincoln, Missouri. Another name for Rachel was Rachel STARK. Ancestral File Number: JSBR-ZD.


Rachel married James CANNON about 1785 in , Newberry, S.C.


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256. John CHERRY-[11854],12 13 18 19 son of Lemuel "Samuel" CHERRY -[31917] and Mary COURTNEY -[11858], was born in 1724 in North Carolina 12 13 and died in 1766 in Tyrell County, North Carolina, at age 42.18 19

Noted events in his life were:
• Died 1: 1755. 12 13

John married Mary JORDAN -[11855] 12 13 18 19 [MRIN:4860] WFT Est 1738-1761.18 19

Children from this marriage were:

128 i. Jesse CHERRY -[11831] (Father:Natural, Mother:Natural) (born on Jul 4, 1740 Halifax County, North Carolina - died on Jul 28, 1807). Jesse married Julia LITTLE -[11851] 12 13 [MRIN:4859] in 1760. Julia was born WFT Est 1720-1746 12 13 and died WFT Est 1768-1834, at age 48.12 13 Jesse married Elizabeth GAINER in 1770. Elizabeth was born in 1750 in Tyrrel Co, N.C. 12 13 and died in 1836, at age 86.
ii. Elizabeth CHERRY, born WFT Est 1744-1766 North Carolina - died WFT Est 1750-1851
iii. Martha CHERRY, born WFT Est 1744-1766 North Carolina - died WFT Est 1750-1851
iv. Daniel CHERRY, born WFT Est 1744-1766 North Carolina - died on Oct 18, 1777
v. John Cherry JR. , born WFT Est 1744-1766 North Carolina - died in Aug 1784

257. Mary JORDAN daughter of Jesse JORDAN and Unknown , was born WFT Est 1700-1728 and died WFT Est 1743-1817, at age 43.

Noted events in her life were:
• Born : WFT Est 1709-1733.
• Died : WFT Est 1752-1821.

Mary married John CHERRY WFT Est 1738-1761.

268. Hugh BARNETT was born about 1711 and died in 1797, about age 86.

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General Notes: [Cherry.ged]

d. 1797 (copy of will @ Raleigh)

Hugh married Unknown CURRIE.

Children from this marriage were:

i. Thomas BARNETT, born in 1759
134 ii. Hugh BARNETT, born about 1760 Person County, N. C. - died in 1796 in Orange Co., N.C. Became Person Co.. Hugh married Margaret McFARLAND on Jan 26, 1784 in Casewell County, N. C. Margaret was born about 1765. Another name for Margaret was Margaret Harris MCFARLAND.
iii. William Allen BARNETT, born about 1765
iv. Margraet BARNETT, born about 1767

Hugh next married Elizabeth CHAMBERS. Elizabeth was born about 1747.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Currie BARNETT, born on Oct 30, 1771
ii. Rebbecca BARNETT, born in 1774
iii. Mary BARNETT, born in 1775
iv. James BARNETT, born in 1776
v. Elizabeth BARNETT, born in 1778

269. Unknown CURRIE

Unknown married Hugh BARNET.

384. Common Ancestor STINEBAUGH was born about 1733 in Germany and died about 1808 in Germany, about age 75.

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General Notes: [hotpepper.ged]

[KanSti.FTW]

This gentlemen exists only in my imagination and his existence is based on legends and folklore. The legend and folklore that came down to the Kansas Stinebaughs (Adam) is very similar to that that exists for the Kentucky, Missouri and Texas Stinebaughs (Jacob). The following is a recapitulation of the myth of Jacobs descendents.

In Adam's biography in the History of Arkansas, The Goodspeed Publishing Co 1889, it states that...."The grandfather, Jacob, was born in Germany, and with nineteen others joined the English army during the Revolution, with the intention of coming to America and as soon as possible deserting the English Army to join forces with the colonists, in which project they were successful. Mr. STINEBAUGH settled in Pennsylvania when the father of our subject was a boy; he next went to West Tennessee and later settled in Kentucky, where he died."

Common married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

i. Adam STINEBAUGH, born about 1755 Wurttemberg, Germany - died in 1801 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Adam married Elizabeth UNKNOWN about 1777. Elizabeth was born about 1757 and died about 1837, about age 80.

192 ii. Jacob STINEBAUGH The Elder, born on Apr 18, 1761 Germany - died on May 29, 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Jacob married Catherine UNKNOWN about 1786 in Pennsylvania. Catherine was born about 1766 in Pennsylvania, died in Dec 1835 in Trigg County, Kentucky, about age 69, and was buried about 1836 in Rogers-Stinebaugh Cemetery, Trigg County.

388. Samuel CANNON son of John CANNON and Martha ALEXANDER, was born about 1750 in , Newberry, SC, died in 1791 in, Newberry, South Carolina, about age 41, and was buried in Cannons Creek Ch, Newberry, So Carolina. Ancestral File Number: KC7L-B8.

Samuel married Lydia PENNINGTON in , Newberry, SC.

Children from this marriage were:

194 i. James CANNON, born on Dec 11, 1762 , Newberry, South Carolina - died on Apr 30, 1842 in New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri. James married Rachel STARK, daughter of Thomas STARK and Rachel Stark UNKNOWN, about 1785 in , Newberry, S.C. Rachel was born in 1768 in , Newberry Co., SC, died in 1831 in , Lincoln Co., MO, at age 63, and was buried in , Lincoln, Missouri. Another name for Rachel was Rachel STARK.
ii. John CANNON, born about 1755 Newberry County SC(?) - died on Jul 7, 1828 in Newberry County SC(?))
iii. Mary CANNON, born about 1758 Newberry County SC)
iv. Isaac CANNON. born on Jun 8, 1759 , Newberry, South Carolina - died on Aug 8, 1808 in , Newberry, South Carolina)
v. Keziah CANNON, born about 1762 Newberry County SC(?) - died on Dec 4, 1850 in , Abbeville, South Carolina)
vi. Lydia CANNON, born about 1764 <, Newberry, South Carolina>)
vii. William A CANNON, born in 1764 Newberry County SC(?) - died in 1815 in Illinois)
viii. Elizabeth CANNON, born about 1766 Newberry County SC(?))
ix. Mary CANNON, (born about 1767 <, Newberry, South Carolina>)

389. Lydia PENNINGTON, daughter of Isaac PENNINGTON and Mary PENNINGTON, was born about 1750 in Newberry County SC(?). Ancestral File Number: KC7L-CF.

Lydia married Samuel CANNON in , Newberry, SC.

390. Thomas STARK, son of James STARK and Elizabeth THORNTON, was born in 1721 in , Stratford, Virginia and died in 1802 in Near, Robertson Co., TN, at age 81. Ancestral File Number: 41L7-TB.

Thomas married Rachel Stark UNKNOWN].

Children from this marriage were:

195 i. Rachel STARK, born in 1768 , Newberry Co., SC - died in 1831 in , Lincoln Co., MO. Rachel married James CANNON, son of Samuel CANNON and Lydia PENNINGTON, about 1785 in , Newberry, S.C. James was born on Dec 11, 1762 in , Newberry, South Carolina, died on Apr 30, 1842 in New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri, at age 79, and was buried in , Lincoln, Missouri.

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