Duncans in Grainger Co. TN


Duncan research files of
Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised March 8, 2004

Formed 1796 from Hawkins, Knox
Claiborne formed 1801 from Grainger, Hawkins


1830 Grainger Co. TN Census
Pg.376  Philip Duncan         1200,1        - 1000,1
          (MAD: 1840 Knox Co. TN)
        Thomas Duncan         0000,0000,1   - 0000,0000,1
   401  Pharoah Cobb          1000,1        - 1000,1
        Joseph Cobb           0000,1001     - 0002,0001,1
   404  James Ivy             1100,1        - 2100,1
          (MAD: James Ivey mar. Mary Duncan 4/4/1812 in
           Carter Co. TN)
   410  Fielding Smiddy       1000,1        - 0000,1

1840 Grainger Co. TN Census
Pg.117  Benjamin Duncan       1120,01       - 1012,01

1850 Grainger Co. TN Census (#873 also from Ann Kunkel 8/14/1986)
Page numbers without parens are stamped page numbers, within parens are handwritten numbers
District 1
Pg.5 (9), #63-69, Elizabeth OLIVER 60 VA (blank) $0
                  E. WRIGHT (m) 25 TN shoemaker $0
                  Louisa 22, Nancy 30, Thos. 17 TN
District 8
Pg.58 (115), #823-854, Carmon DUNCAN (m) 19 TN farmer $0
                  Hannah 16 TX, mar/in/yr
                  (MAD: Cannon Duncan in 1860 Jefferson Co. TN census)
Pg.59 (117), #841-873, Benjamin DUNCAN 52 VA/TN farmer $400
                  Lucey 42 TN
                  Harriet 25, Anna 23 TN
                  Daycy (f) 22, Ganum/Gannon (m) 21 TN
                  Isaac 17, Amanda 15 TN
                  Farrony (m) 10, Arlillissa (f) 7 TN
                  Jasper 5 (written over 3), Sarah 3 TN
                  Cordelia 1 TN
                  (MAD: "Lucey" not "Nacy" or "Nicy"; Farrony and Arlillissa, birthstate written over)
Pg.63 (126), #899-936, Daniel GOINS 70 NC farmer $200
                  Jane 43 TN
                  Calvin 16, Alsey E. 7, David 6 TN
                  Juliat A.C. 5, Abner B.F. 2 TN
                  Lucy A. 5/12 TN
                  Eliza DYER 22 TN
                  (MAD: wanted David Goins instead of Daniel; no David Goins Goin Guin etc.)
District 15
Pg.132 (263), #1835-1919, Berthena HUDDLESTON 70 TN (blank) $600
                  Daniel F. 28 TN (blank) $300
                  (MAD: see 1860 Union Co. TN)
Pg.133, #1851-1936, Izra BUCKNER 52 TN farmer $6000
                  Elizabeth 49 TN
                  Robert E. 17, Enoch M. 15, Daniel 12 TN
                  Perlena (f) 10, Landena D. (f) 6 TN
                  (MAD: Elizabeth Duncan, per Goodspeed's Hist. of E.TN; no marriage record found in Sistler's "Early East TN Marriages"; 1860 Buckner families in Union Co. TN, Wm.P. pg.431, Enoch pg.434, Thomas J. pg.440, J.C. pg.449; no Ezra or Elizabeth Buckner pgs.430-451)

1860 Grainger Co. TN Census (no other Duncan, page by page)
District 5
Pg.441 (76), #550, James COMBS 42 TN farm laborer $0-$50
                  Martha 39 TN
                  Virginia 7, John W. 5 TN
                  Joseph A. 4, Rebecca A. 2 TN
                  (MAD: Martha's age plainly written as 39, not 29; James Combs mar. Martha A. Dunkin 8/30/1851 Jefferson Co. TN)
District 8
Pg.463 (119), #852, Anna DUNCAN 27 TN domestic $0-$0
                  George 11, Julia A. 9 TN
                  James H. 2 TN
                  (between Griffin & Morgan households)
Pg.464 (121), #865, Gainam DUNCAN 30 TN farm laborer $0-$200
                  Amanda 21 TN
                  (not mar/in/year)

1870 Grainger Co. TN Census
District 2, P.O. Morristown
Pg.21-22, #74-74, CARROLL, G.W. (m) 47 VA (white) sawyer $0-$1000
                  Sarah 42 TN keeping house
                  Susan R. 12 VA
                  Thos. J. 8, Wm. G. 7, Mary E. 5 TN
                  Virginia 4, Sarah 2 TN
                  HUNTER, Henry 13 TN BLACK laborer
                  DUNKIN, Robert 49 VA (white) farmer
                  DUNCAN, M.E. (f) 44 TN (blank)
Pg.23, #94-94, DUNCAN, Alfred 23 NC f.laborer $0-$0
                  Lydia A. 24 TN
                  John F. 3 TN
8th District
Pg.83, #16-16, DUNCAN, Phare (m) 30 TN farm laborer $0-$100
                  Louisa 40 TN
                  Margrate 10, Benj. 8, John 6 TN
Pg.83, #17-17, DUNCAN, Gains (m) 40 TN farmer $1000-$180
                  Manda 30 TN
                  Benjamin 9, Mandy (f) 4 TN
Pg.83, #21-21, HOUSEWRITE, Joseph 20 TN day laborer
                  Phebe 22 TN
                  John 3, Gainum (m) 1 TN

1880 Grainger Co. TN Census (from Ann Kunkel 8/1986; no other Duncan found)
District 97
Pg.5, #?, Artlissie DUNCAN (f) 35 TN TN TN head household
                  Isaac 17 TN TN TN son


Grainger Co. TN Marriage Record 1796-1837 (FHL film 24,658 item 1)
      Dunkin, Joseph to Rebeccka Vandergriff, 6 Aug. 1799, bond Edward Carmack, Wit. Saml. Yancey, Pg.7.
      Huddleston, Robert to Theny Dunkin, 17 Nov. 1806, m. by Yancey, bond David Huddleston, Pg.35.
      Gowing, David to Nancy Dinckin, lic. 3/8/1820, bdm. Wm. McGill, mar. 3/9/1820 by Isaiah Midkiff, Pg.95
      Gowing, Caleb to Polly Dunkin, bond 6/10/1820 by Claborn Gowing, no return (MAD: see Patrick Co. VA 1802)
      Duncomb, Benjamin to Vela Foster, 23 Dec. 1821, m. 25 Dec. 1821 by Hankins, pg.102.
      Duncomb, Benjamin to Visa Fortner, no date, bond William Corum, pg.124.
      Duncomb, Philip to Polly Crawford, lic. 25 Oct. 1821, m. 25 Oct. 1821 by Gaines, bond Benjamin Duncomb, pg.102.
      No Ezra Buckner to Elizabeth Duncan 17 Sept. 1817 (date given in a query) (MAD: this marriage not listed in Sistler's book on East TN marriages, nor in "Grainger Co. TN Marriage Bonds and Licenses 1796-" by Kennerly, FHL film 968,583 item 1)
      MAD Did not recheck marriage of Benjamin Duncomb to Vela Foster or Visa Fortner; original marriages not available on film until 1858, only the WPA list. Note her name is written plainly as "Evica" in Benjamin's will, but spelling in that will very poor.

Grainger Co. TN Marriages 1838-1857 (FHL film 24,657, part 3)
      Blain, Alexander to Amanda Duncan, 1 Feb. 1857, m. 2 Feb. 1857, pg. 298.

Grainger Co. TN Marriage Register, Vol.5, 1858-1879 (FHL film 968,583 item 3)
      Pg.19, John C. Housewright to Arlalissa Duncan, lic. issd. 10 Nov. 1859, mar. 11 Nov. 1859 by J.A. McKinney, JP (MAD: Sistler's book on East TN Mar. indicated more in county records, but nothing else found on microfilm; she listed as "Duncan" in 1866 deed and in 1880 census w/son Isaac b.1863)


Grainger Co. TN Wills, Vol.4, 11/1856 - 10/1917 (FHL film 968,595, item 2)
      Pg.1: Will of James (X) Jones, 27 Aug. 1856, sick and weak, all my land and money and estate to my son William to keep and to hold for the support of me and my wife and after our deaths and if any remainder, I do bequeath all to my son William except $1 to each of my other children namely James Harges & Elizabeth also Reuben Jones and William Hankins, and Sarah his wife Joshua Jones and John Jones; wit. John A. Renfro, John Howell; rec. 18 Nov. 1856. (MAD: no exec. named)
      Pg.2: Will of Benjamin Duncomb. Benjamin Duncomb (X) of Grainger Co. TN, 3 Aug. 1856, being feeble in body, my "dept" to be "satisfyed" first, then my wife Evica Duncomb shall retain "persishion" of farm and all my effects her life (MAD: sic); after her death I wish it equally divided among all of my children. Also I wish my wife to keep the three youngest children till they become twenty-one years of age. It is my wish that all of my children shall have ten dollars each at my death. It is my wish that Ganom Duncomb shall select "anny" person to act as an Executor to wind up and settle according to my will. Wit. B.H. Cobb, Thomas Lowe; proven Jan. 6, 1857; rec. Feb. 7, 1857.

Grainger Co. TN Will Book 1, 1831-1842; typed by WPA, indexed (FHL film 24,659)
      No Duncan

Grainger Co. TN Probate
      Bonds & Letters, executors, 1856-1878 (FHL film 968,578 item 2)
            Pg.2: 6 Jan. 1857, Bond of Gainum (X) Duncomb, exor. of B. Duncomb decd, security Benjamin Cobb and William Jones, $1000.
      Bonds & Letters of Admin., Vol. A, 1831-1834 and 1842-1854 (FHL film 968,579 item 1)
            No Index
      Bonds & Letters of Admin., 1856-1878 (FHL film 968,579 item 2)
            No index
      Wills, Book 3, 1852-1860 - no Duncan (FHL film 968,578)
      Wills, Book 4, 1860-1892 - no Duncan (FHL film 968,578)
            No will of Benjamin Duncomb, 1856, found in Will Book 3 or 4

Grainger Co. TN Letters of Administration 1842-1854 (FHL film 24,657, part 2)
      No Duncan

Grainger Co. TN Administrators Bonds & Letters, 1856-1878 (FHL film 968,579 item 2; SLC 1/6/1997)
      No Gainum Duncomb exec. of B. Duncomb listed

Grainger Co. TN Executors Bonds & Letters, 1856-1878 (FHL film 968,578 item 2)
      Pg.1: Bond 6 Jan. 1857 of Wm. Jones, exec. of James Jones decd, securities Benjamin Cobb, Gainum (X) Duncan.
      Pg.2: Bond 6 Jan. 1857 of Gainum (X) Duncomb, exec. of B. Duncomb decd, securities Benjamin Cobb & William Jones, $1000.
      Pg.3: Benjamin Duncomb made his will and testament, Gainum Duncan appointed executor, will admitted to record and letters testamentary issued Tuesday afternoon, court of First Monday of January 1857; rec. Jan. 16, 1857.


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Grainger Co. TN Tax Lists 1797-1837, recopied by WPA, in TN Archives (FHL film 464,105 item 1)
1797: partial, no Duncan
1798: Harris's Co., taken by James Moore (pg.30)
            Wm. Dunkin, 1 white pole
1804: no Duncan
1806: Capt. Alexr. Hamilton's Co. (pg.131)
            Metheney Dunkin, 158 acres, 0 white pole
1807, 1808: no Duncan
1809 (in 1808 tax lists): Capt. John Smith's Co. for 1809
            John Metheny 1wp, Luke Metheny 33a, 0 wp (pg.177)
1810, 1811, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820: no Duncan
1821: John Perrins Co. (pg.589)
            Philip Dunkum, 1 white pole
            Benjamin Duncan, ?? (bottom line too dark)
1822: Capt. McGinnis Co. (pg.609)
            Joel Dunkin, 1 white pole
1823: Capt. Robert Gains list (pg.622)
            Benjamin Duncum, 1 white pole
1824: no Duncan
1825 to 1837 tax lists, Grainger Co. TN (separating page)
1825: Capt. James Campbell
            Philip Dunkum, 50a, 1 wp (pg.692)
            Benjamin Dunkum, 59a, 1wp (pg.695)
Isaiah Midkiff's Esq. list (pg.699)
            Phillip Dunham, 1wp
Captain Eaton's Co. (pg.704)
            Duncan, Joel, 1wp
1826: Capt. Campbell's Co., List of free male inhabitants (pg.33)
            #124, Phillip Dunkin
            #125, Benj. Dunkin
      Capt. Carmichael's Co., taken by Joseph Rich (pg.68)
            #11, Phillip Dunham
Capt. James Eaton's Co. list of free male inhabitants over 21 by Robert Massengill (pg.70)
            #29, Joel Duncan
1826: Capt. Campbell's Co. (pg.734)
            Philip Duncan, 50a, 1wp
      Capt. Eaton's Co. (pg.745)
            Duncan, Joel, 1wp
1827: Capt. James Cambell Co. (pg.785)
            Thomas Duncan, 50a, 0wp
            Philip Duncan, 1wp
      Capt. James Eaton Co. (pg.791)
            Joel Duncan, 1wp
1828: Capt. Thomas Champlin's Co. (pg.836)
            Thomas Duncan, 50a, 1wp
            Philip Duncan, 1wp
      Capt. H.L.W. Combs Co. (pg.842)
            Joel Duncan, 1wp
1829: Capt. Thomas Champlin's Co. (pg.896)
            Duncan, Benjamin, 59a, 50a school land, 1wp
            Duncan, Philip, 1wp
            Duncan, Thomas, 50a, 0wp
      Capt. H.L. Combs Co. (pg.897)
            Joel Duncan, 1wp
1830: Capt. Thomas Champlins Co. (pg.949)
            Philip Duncome, 1wp
            Thomas Duncome, 50a, 0wp
            Benjamin Duncome, 59a, 50a school land, 0wp
1831: Capt. Thomas Champlains Co. (pg.1006)
            Philip Duncum, 1wp
            Thomas Duncum, 50a, 0wp
            Benjamin Duncum, 59a, 50a school land, 0wp
1832: Capt. Charles Campbell's Co. (pg.1062)
            Philip Dunkum, 1wp
            Benjamin Dunkum, 50a D land, 59a school land, 1wp
            (MAD: type of land as given)
            Thomas Dunkum, 50a, 1wp
1833: Capt. Hardin Willis' Co. (pg.1159)
            Thomas Duncan, 50a, 0wp
            Benjamin Duncan, 59a, 50a school land, 1wp
            Philip Duncan, 1wp
            Philip Duncan, 1wp (MAD: twice, next to each other)
1834: Capt. Hardin Willis' Co. (pg.1218)
            Thomas Duncan, 50a, 1wp
            Benjamin Duncan, 59a, 50a school land, 1wp
1835: Capt. Hardin Willis' Co. (pg.1275)
            Benjamin Duncan, 59a, 50a school land, 1wp
            Thomas Duncan, 50a, 0wp
(no 1836 list)
1837: Capt. Green B. Mitchell's Co. (pg.1328)
            Duncan, Thomas, 50a, value 100, 0wp
            Duncan, Benjamin, 44a deeded, value 75, 50a school land, value 100, 1wp

Grainger Co. TN Tax Lists 1814-1815 (FHL film 24,657, part 4)
      No Duncan


Grainger Co. TN Records, Common School Papers 1833-1834, recopied by WPA, in TN Archives (FHL film 464,105 item 2)
      Lists of children between ages of 6 and 18 in Districts; some lists named fathers, some lists just gave total children
      Dist. 25, 29 Aug. 1833 (pg.27)
      Benjamin Dunkin, 3 children
      Philip Dunkin, 3 children
      Third School District, Capt. Willis & Bledsoe's Co., beginning at County line, then by Benjamin Dunkins, then by William Corams, then with the big ridge between Blains X roads and Richland Creek, then with said ridge to Wildcat Spring on Pattersons land, then with the branch to Richland Creek, then up the creek to George Rights on Rentfros land, then to Clinch Mtn., then with said mtn. as far as William Wynatt's, then to the county line, then with the county line to the beginning.


Pension Index Card File, alphabetical; of the Veterans Administrative Contact and Administration Services, Admin. Operations Services, 1861-1934; Duff to A-J Duncan (negative FHL film 540,888, some cards very faint); Joseph Duncan to Dunn (positive FHL film 540,889, some cards very dark)
      Cataloged under Civil War, 1861-1865, pensions, indexes; does not say if Confederate or Federal, but probably Federal. Negative film, some cards much too faint or dark to read, some cards blurred or faded, particularly the service unit and the dates of application. Most of the very faint or dark cards were in a slightly different format, with space for years enlisted and discharged which were sometimes filled in. Many of these were for service in later years, although one or two were for service ca 1866.
      Name of soldier, alias, name of dependent widow or minor, service (military unit or units), date of filing, class (invalid or widow or minor or other), Application #, Certificate #, state from which filed (sometimes blank), attorney (sometimes blank, MAD: did not usually copy), remarks. Sometimes the "Invalid" or "Widow" class had an "s" added to it before the application #; occasionally the area for the service information included a circled "S". The minor's name was frequently that of the guardian rather than the minor.
      The military unit was frequently the Company Letter, the Regiment Number, sometimes US Vet Vol Inf. (US Veteran Volunteer Infantry), L.A. (Light Artillery), H.A. (Heavy Artillery), US C Inf (US Colored? Infantry), Cav. (Cavalry), Mil. Guards, V.R.C. (?Volunteer Reserve Corps?), etc. Sometimes there were several service units given.
      Cards appear to be arranged by the last name, first name, middle initial if any, and state (including "US") of service.
      Duncum, Cannon, widow Duncum, Adeline; H 4 Tenn. Cav.; 1890 Feb. 8, Invalid Appl. #753955, Cert. #982728, Kans.; 1918 April 17, Widow Appl. #1118791, Cert. #848690, Tenn. (MAD: see ?? Jefferson & Grainger Co. TN)
      Duncan, Gainam, widow Duncan, Amanda; E 3 Tenn. Inf.; 1889 June 12, Invalid Appl. #709242, Cert. #55549, Tenn.; 1910 Apr. 14, Widow Appl. #962966, Cert. #725276, Tenn. (MAD: Grainger Co. TN)
      Duncum, Jasper; H 4 Tenn. Cav.; 1890 Aug. 2, Invalid Appl. #860260, Cert. #664365, Kans. (MAD: ? Grainger & Knox Co. TN)
      Duncan, Pharoah, alias Duncum, Pharough, widow Duncan, Louisa; H 4 Tenn. Inf.; E 3 Tenn. Inf.; 1869 June 12, Invalid Appl. #144532, Cert. #107800; 1871 Dec. 26, Widow Appl. #200901, Cert. #182324. (MAD: Loudon Co. TN; 1850 Grainger Co. TN)
      Duncum, Pharough, alias Duncan, Pharoah, widow Duncan, Louisa; E 3 Tenn. Inf.; H 4 Tenn. Inf.; 1869 June 12, Invalid Appl. #144532, Cert. #107800; 1871 Dec. 26, Widow Appl. #200901, Cert. #182324.

HISTORIES before 1923

1887 "History of TN; East TN" by Goodspeed (FHL book 976.8 H2ha Vol.2)
      Pg.1147, Union Co.: John C. Buckner, miller, farmer and stock dealer, was born in Grainger (now Union) Co. December 29, 1826, the son of Col. Ezra and Elizabeth (Duncan) Buckner, the former born Nov. 14, 1797, in Knox Co., and died in this county Oct. 4, 1862; and the latter born in this county in 1800, and died March 12, 1883. Both were members of the Baptist Church. The father's family were from VA, he being a farmer and a colonel in the militia, and served in the war of 1812. Our subject, the third of 10 children, received a common school education, and September 12, 1850, married Nancy Miller, ...

1887 "History of Hamilton, Knox and Shelby Cos. TN" by Goodspeed (FHL book 976.8 H2ha Vol.3)
      Pg.1051, Knox. Co.: J.A. Smith, agriculturist of the 8th Dist., was born December 11, 1822, in Grainger (now Union) Co. TN. He came to TN in September, 1882 (sic) and settled where he now resides. He is one of 7 children born to Josiah and Nancy (Stanley) Smith. ... When about 20 years of age our subject married Miss Emily Ann Buckner, a daughter of Ezra and Elizabeth (Duncan) Buckner, highly respected citizens of their locality. To our subject and wife were born twelve children: William E., Nancy B., Mary E., Pernina C., Margaret B., Joseph W., Pauline C., James, Hugh L., Penelope T., John L., Laura L. and Oscar D. ...

1889 "Biographical & Historical Memoirs of Northwest AR" by Goodspeed (from Evelyn Sigler 9/1983; and from Carmichael, CA, Library)
      Pg.862, Benton Co.: Z.H. McCubbins of Rogers, AR, one of four children, two of whom are living, born to William and Thebe (Duncan) McCubbins. William and Thebe were born and married in TN; about 1834 they moved to IL, where they spent remainder of their days. Z.H. McCubbins reared in IL, there married Miss Mary F. Clemmons, b. IL of KY stock; had 4 children, 2 living, Churchill & Orila, wife of Asa Hayes. In 1879 Mr. McCubbins to AR for 2 years, then KS where still owns a ranch, then 1885 to Rogers, AR. ME Church, Republican, Civil War, member G.A.R. (MAD: 1830 Claiborne Co. TN, see Edgar Co. IL)
1850 Edgar Co. IL Census
Pg.213, #1303-1338, Phebe McCubbins (f) 50, --, $1200, b. Granger TN
                  Robert G. 23 laborer b. Granger TN
                  Zach H. 21 -- b. Granger TN
                  (MAD: all households had county & state of birth)

1919 "Sketches of TN Pioneer Baptist Preachers" by J.J. Burnett (TN Gen. Society Library book, from Evelyn Sigler 1985 and 1986)
      Pg.318: Tidence Lane, first minister to preach regularly to a TN congregation. Son of Richard and Sarah Lane, was born in MD near Baltimore, August 31, 1724. He was a grandson of Dutton Lane and Pretitia Tidings, and a great-grandson of Major Samuel Lane, an officer in the King's service in the Province of Maryland, in 1680. He was an older brother of Dutton Lane, a pioneer preacher in VA. He was the father of Lt. Isaac Lane, who, under Col. Sevier, performed patriotic service at the battle of King's Mountain. Isaac Lane in 1802 gave the land on which was built the meeting house of the first Baptist church organized in Claiborne Co. TN, the church at Big Spring (now Springdale).
      Tidence Lane's parents moved to VA and thence to NC where Tidence grew to manhood, and where he married Esther Bibbin (or Bibber) May 9, 1743. Converted by Shubael Stearns. Served as pastor at Buffalo Ridge, Washington Co. TN, 1779. After 4 or 5 years in the "Holston country" Tidence Lane moved into what in now Hamblen [Grainger] Co. Tidence d. Jan 30, 1806.

1911 "Colonial Families of the Southern States" by Stella Pickett Hardy (TN Gen. Society Library from Evelyn Sigler 8/1982; and FHL book 973 D2hs)
      MAD: Information added about many individuals in small, neat ink printing.
      Pg.297-9: HUDDLESTON Family. ... Capt. Daniel Huddleston of Halifax Co. VA, b. England just prior to his parents removal to the VA Colony, and died prior to 1790, m. Mary Ball who d.1798, had 13 children, of which: (1) David, b. 1748-9; (2) Joseph of VA b. 1745 had a grandson Daniel Y. who served in C.S.A.; (MAD: renumbered but no "3") (4) John of Granger Co. TN, b. 1762, crippled after 3 years of age, line untraced; (5) Ezekiel, line untraced.
            David Huddleston, will 8-18-1786 pro. 10-12-1786, of VA, b. 2-8-1735 in Brunswick Co. now Halifax Co. VA, d. 11-3-1786 Rutherford Co. NC; in Revolution as private under his father Capt. Daniel Huddleston, after surrender of Lord Cornwallis he removed to Morgan District, Rutherford Co. NC where he was residing in 1786 (crossed out: he later removed to Granger Co. TN); he m. 1st 3-17-1759 to Sallie Easley, b. 1740-1783, dau. of John Easley, of Henrico Co. VA & Sailisbury District, Stokes Co. NC. Issue by 1st wife: (1) Wm. b. 176- m. 1784 Mary. (2) Hannah. (MAD: no "3" when renumbered) (4) Thomas, b. 1734 (MAD: sic), m. Ann McBee. (5) Robert b. 1783 m. Mary (Condley) Duncan 1805. (6) John of Union Co. TN, b. 1786 (MAD: changed to 1776 in brief list) in Rutherford Co. NC, in War of 1812, m. 1765 (MAD: sic) Rachel McBee, dau. of Israel McBee, issue: Pleasant M. b. 1806 d. 1847 m. Nancy Kelly, Locke b. 1808 m. Fielding Hurst, William Pryor b. 1810, John Galaway b.1812 d. 1862 m. 1833 Emily Hurst, Fleming b. 1818 d. 1863 m. 1846 Jane Neighbors, Maranda b. 1815 m. James Hodges, David N. b.1828 m. Kate dau. Ivin. Huddleston, Israel Francis b. 1828 m. 1858 Mary E. Brandon, Sallie b. 1821 d. 1850 m. 1838 Neal Southern. (7) Jennie b. 1767 m. Jos. Smart. (8) James b. 1772. (9) Polly b. 1769 d. unm. (10) David b. 1759 m. Jemima Condley. (MAD: see Union Co. TN)


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