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Wilson Hearn & Lucy Hearn


Husband Wilson Hearn 4

       Born: 22 Aug 1789             at: , , North Carolina 4
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 17 Apr 1855             at: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 11th Dist., Commerce Rd, Wilson, TN 124


     Father: Thomas Hearne
     Mother: Rachel Drewry


    Married: 22 Aug 1807               Place: , Wilson, Tennessee 91

Other Spouse: Elizabeth Babb 4  Date: 22 Dec 1828, , Wilson, Tennessee 81

Events
1. Occupation 4
Methodist Minister

Wife Lucy Hearn

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died: 23 Jul 1828             at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: William Hearne
     Mother: "Sally" Sarah? Hancock




Children
1 F Narowna P. Hearn

       Born: 7 Jul 1825              at: 
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 31 Oct 1877             at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: William P. Hearn 4 Marr: 29 Sep 1847, , Wilson, Tennessee 216,223

2 F Rachel Drewry Hearn 4

       Born: 1823                    at: , Wilson, Tennessee 4
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Henry C. Irby Marr: 27 Dec 1855, , Wilson, Tennessee 91

3 F Miranda Hearn

       Born: 7 Sep 1813              at: 
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       Died: 7 Oct 1832              at: , Wilson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 19th Dist, Lebanon Wilson, TN, On Bates Place 100
Spouse: Martin Skeen/Skean/Skein 4 Marr: 27 Jun 1838, , , Tennessee

4 F Elizabeth J. Hearn

       Born: 18 Jul 1819             at: 
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       Died: 22 Mar 1899             at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: John A. Shannon Marr: 2 Dec 1846

5 M M. Marcus Hearn 4

       Born: 1827                    at: , Wilson, Tennessee 4
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 



Husband's Research Notes
BIOGRAPHY: From Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 332. Midcontinent Public Library. Rev. Wislon Hearn, Born Aug 22, 1789, and professed faith in Christ Sept., 1810; was licensed to preach in the Methodist Episcopal Church in thr year 1813; he was married to Lucy Hearn (Cousin), Aug. 22, 1807; he sustained an unblemished Christian and ministrerial character up to the day of his death, which took place on the 17th of April, 1885, in the city of Nashville, Tenn.
BURIAL: Birth & death dates confirmed in Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 332. Midcontinent Public Library. Crutchfield Cem. 11th dist. Commerce Road, Wilson County, TN. This source offers a marriage date of 22 Aug. 1807..

Research Notes for Child: Miranda Hearn
BURIAL: From Acklen's Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 319. Midcontinent Public Library. 19 th Dist. East of Tater-Peeler Road 3 miles from Lebanon on Bates place.

Wilson Hearn & Elizabeth Babb


Husband Wilson Hearn 4

       Born: 22 Aug 1789             at: , , North Carolina 4
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 17 Apr 1855             at: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 11th Dist., Commerce Rd, Wilson, TN 124


     Father: Thomas Hearne
     Mother: Rachel Drewry


    Married: 22 Dec 1828               Place: , Wilson, Tennessee 81

Other Spouse: Lucy Hearn              Date: 22 Aug 1807, , Wilson, Tennessee 91

Events
1. Occupation 4
Methodist Minister

Wife Elizabeth Babb 4

       Born: 1787                    at: , , North Carolina 4
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: William Babb
     Mother: Ruth Ann Taylor Powell



Other Spouse: Benjamin Winford        Date: 19 Nov 1806, , Wilson, Tennessee 82

Husband's Research Notes
BIOGRAPHY: From Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 332. Midcontinent Public Library. Rev. Wislon Hearn, Born Aug 22, 1789, and professed faith in Christ Sept., 1810; was licensed to preach in the Methodist Episcopal Church in thr year 1813; he was married to Lucy Hearn (Cousin), Aug. 22, 1807; he sustained an unblemished Christian and ministrerial character up to the day of his death, which took place on the 17th of April, 1885, in the city of Nashville, Tenn.
BURIAL: Birth & death dates confirmed in Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 332. Midcontinent Public Library. Crutchfield Cem. 11th dist. Commerce Road, Wilson County, TN. This source offers a marriage date of 22 Aug. 1807..

Alfred Gilliam Hearne & Sarah "Sally" J. Spence


Husband Alfred Gilliam Hearne 236

       Born: 15 Jan 1826             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 9 Feb 1903              at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried: 10 Feb 1903             at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas 237


     Father: Ebenezer Hearne
     Mother: "Betsy" Elizabeth Turner


    Married: 12 Oct 1847               Place: 

Events
1. Military Service, Between 1860-1864, Civil War - Confederate Army

Wife Sarah "Sally" J. Spence

       Born: 2 Feb 1831              at: Madison, Alabama
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 11 Sep 1905             at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried: 12 Sep 1905             at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas 237


Children
1 F Martha Hearne

       Born: 1848                    at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


2 F Susan Hearne

       Born: 1849                    at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


3 F Elizabeth Eba or Eva Hearne

       Born: 10 Aug 1857             at: , Clark, Arkansas 236
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: Aug 1857                at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried:                         at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas
Spouse: Rufus D. Hearne Marr: 1 Sep 1878, Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas.

4 F Frances "Fannie" Hearne

       Born:                         at: 
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


5 F Mattie Hearne

       Born: 25 Jun 1870             at: , Clark, Arkansas
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 21 Sep 1943             at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: W.L. Laseter Marr: 8 Aug 1906, Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas 238

6 M Alfred Gilliam Hearne Jr.

       Born: 3 Apr 1874              at: . Clark, Arkansas 239
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 21 Sep 1943             at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried:                         at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas
Spouse: Anna Lois Davidson Marr: 25 Apr 1900, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

7 M Robert Orin Hearne

       Born: 27 Mar 1867             at: , Clark, Arkansas 240
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 15 Mar 1904             at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried:                         at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas
Spouse: Sarah 'Sallie" Walsh Marr: 10 Dec 1889, Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas


Husband's Notes
He moved to Arkadelphia, Arkansas, in 1850.
Obituary - Alfred G. Hearn died at his residence in this city Monday evening at
2 o'clock in his 77 year. He was born in Wilson County, Tennessee 15
January 1826 and was born and raised on a farm and received a fair English
education in the schools of his county. When he was quite young, he
determined on studying and practicing law as the work of his life. He labored
on his father's farm, studying and reading, as occasion would permit. He taught
school in his neighborhood and studied law at the same time; the means he
received from this source enabled him to prosecute his studies, and in 1848, he
entered the law department of Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tennessee.
From this institution, he graduated in the principle of his profession. In casting
about for a field in which to develop his talents as a lawyer, he determined on
going to Arkansas and in 1850, he located at Arkadelphia, a young but thriving
town, at the head of navigation on the Ouachita River. Here he successfully
practiced his profession until 1870 when on account of failing health, he was
compelled to surrender it for some other business, which would give him more
activity in the open air, and he turned his attention to farming and he continued
his interest in agricultural operations until the day of his death. He was strongly
opposed to secession and resisted it with all his power; but when his state
seceded from the Union, he went with his people and served the Southern
cause, as a true and patriotic soldier until the end. Soon after his arrival at
Arkadelphia, the Solomon Spence family came in to the community to make
their home and a friendship was soon formed between him and Miss Sallie
Spence, which resulted in their marriage in 1856. He leaves a widow, a sister,
Mrs. Bettie Belcher, of this city; 2 daughters and 3 sons. Two of his sons are
now in China, Rev. Thomas Hearn being a missionary in that far off county and
Dr. Alfred Hearn is engaged in hospital work in the same place and his 2
daughters, Mrs. Bettie Hearn and Miss Mattie Hearn, with his other son
Robert, reside in this place. Funeral services were held Tuesday evening being
conducted by Rev. E. M. Pipkin and his remains were interred in Rose Hill
Cemetery. (12 February 1903 p3c6)
The obituary of A. G. Hearn states when and where he was buried, and
mentions his military service in the Confederate Army.

Husband's Research Notes
Mary Norfleet lists birth year as 1826
FGR from Robert Alan Cummings lists William Hearn DOB 1828 as third child

Alfred Gilliam Hearne Jr. & Anna Lois Davidson


Husband Alfred Gilliam Hearne Jr.

       Born: 3 Apr 1874              at: . Clark, Arkansas 239
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 21 Sep 1943             at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried:                         at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas


     Father: Alfred Gilliam Hearne 236
     Mother: Sarah "Sally" J. Spence


    Married: 25 Apr 1900               Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois

Events
1. Education, Webb School at Bellbuckle, Tennessee
2. Occupation
He became a doctor.
3. Mission, 1907, He was a medical missionary in Huchow, China

Wife Anna Lois Davidson

       Born: 1876                    at: , , Missouri
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


Children
1 M Dean Hearne

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


2 M Alfred Gilliam Hearne III

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


3 M Knox Hearne

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


4 M Son Hearne

       Born:                         at: 
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Notes for Child: Son Hearne
I speculate that this may have been a stillborn son, possibly while they were in China.

Davidson Hearne & Leah Caroline Melchor


Husband Davidson Hearne

       Born: 1809                    at: 
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       Died: 1862                    at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Nehemiah Hearne
     Mother: Nancy Almond


    Married: 11 Sep 1845               Place: 

Wife Leah Caroline Melchor

       Born:                         at: 
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 

Drewry Hearne & Karen Bledsoe


Husband Drewry Hearne

       Born: Abt 1760                at: , , Soutn Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: Abt 1839                at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Thomas Hearne Jr.
     Mother: Nancy Wilson


    Married: Bef 1815                  Place: , Edgefield, South Carolina

Wife Karen Bledsoe

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 

Eben Hearne & Louise Forest


Husband Eben Hearne

       Born: 27 Dec 1805             at: , Albemarle, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 6 May 1877              at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Nehemiah Hearne
     Mother: Nancy Almond


    Married: 22 Jan 1828               Place: 

Wife Louise Forest

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 

Husband's Notes
The following is a letter that was writen by David Kendall's grandson, Donne Rochelle Parker "Shellie", on the life and times of his grandfather David Kendall in NC. It is in 4 parts. Perhaps someone will be interested in the narrative by a grandson. If nothing else, it gives up a good look into plantation life in the south. "Shellie" was my hubby's grandfather. The following was copied from a book in the Albermarle, NC library, it can also be found on FTW CD #4 tree number #2019, which was pointed out to me by another member of this list. I hope you enjoy the read. Judy
A Southern Plantation or Kendall's Store, Post Office, and Ordinary
Surely no better picture of real plantation life in early Stanly County can be given than the one described by Dr. R. Parker in writing during his leisure hours of the old home place of his grandfather David Kendall, located about three miles north of the present thriving town of Albermarle. The broad acres, the wonderful old home, a rare specimine of architectural elegance, a center of hospitality for the neighbor and the stranger, yet an independent unit, producing everything needed for the sustenance of man and beast. Of such were many colonial homes of North Carolina. This article can be varified by many reliable citizens still living, not only as handed down history but from old land grants, diaries, wills, bills of sale, old Bibles, and letters written from this section that have been > carefully preserved. The genealogy of the Kendall family is a most interesting one, dating back to William P. Kendall, who was the son of Harry Kendall, who was born in England on August 9th, 1763, who married Margaret Spillman, born at Culpepper Court House on September 8th 1778. Perhaps this will be completed at an early date by the interested descendants. The David Kendall, owner of Kendall's Store, or as often spoken of by the early writers and census takers as Kendall's "Ordinary" which was an eating house where a fixed price was paid for a seat at the table. On this stage line mention has been made of three "ordinaries." Peter Arrand's (probably Earnhardt), in Rowan County, Kendall's in central Stanly; and Colson's, in what is now southern Stanly. David Kendall sold this magnificent estate to William H. Risley of Connecticut, a southern sympathizer, who resold to ________ Windslow and Norman Boynton of the same state. Mrs. G. D. B. Reynolds, Historian Yadkin River Patriots Chapter D. A. R.
~~~~ What I shall undertake to do should have been done and written a good many years ago, and there are a great many living who are older and more familiar with what happened, and the early history of the community about which I shall try to write than I am. And there has been a good deal written and said already and still I have not read, so far, any article which gave anything like as complete account of happenings as I have heard related by my mother and her brothers and sisters, who were sons and daughters of David Kendall and wife Sophia Smith Kendall, who are subjects of the sketch and who played very active parts in the early history of Montgomery and Stanly Counties. > I do not know very much of the early life of David Kendall or his parents, but he was born ___, and married Sophia Smith _________, and died ___________. His wife was born ________, and died __________, surviving her husband> ______years. Sophia Smith was a daughter of George Smith, who live northeast of the present city of Albemarle, in Stanly County, NC. At the time of the births of these two people, what is now known as Stanly County was a part of Montgomery County. Kendall's Store/Post Office was established May 7th, 1826, and David Kendall was first Postmaster appointed for the office. At that time it was the only Post Office in the western part of Montgomery County. Montgomery County was a large county and was divided in two parts by the Yadkin River. In 1841, a petition was issued to form a new county of all the territory west of the Yadkin River. The petition was drafted, or written, and signed by Eben Hearn, Daniel Freeman, David Kendall, and George Smith, all of them being prominent men and owners of a great deal of land and a great many slaves. And now, I want to say just a few words about the Yadkin and Pee Dee Rivers, as there has been so much said recently as where the Great Pee Dee River starts and where the Yadkin ends or stops. I know this has been finally settled by an Act of the legislature, and the Pee Dee River now starts at the point where the Uwharrie River flows into the Yadkin; but originally, the Great Pee Dee River started at the mouth of Rocky River and the geographers of 50 years ago had it thus on their maps. But I am wandering from the subject. In April, after the new county of Stanly was formed, Eben Hearn gave a tract of 51 acres to the County for a location of a County site, which was called Albemarle in honor of the Duke of Albemarle, who was one of the Lord Proprietors of NC., but I am wandering again, for I started to give a short sketch of the life of David Kendall; and will yet get back to the Post Office/Kendall's Store, which for a great many years was the only Post Office in a great number of miles; and the road from Salisbury to Cheraw, SC. was the only one through this part of the County. West of the Yadkin, running north and south, Kendall's Store was the end of the mail line for a good many years, but later on, other roads were opened and other Post Offices were established. Cheraw, SC. was the head of navigation on the Great Pee Dee River and was the distributing point for such supplies as were shipped in, and for such commodities as were raised and sold from the farms (cotton, tobacco), and a naval store principally. David Kendall was a very prominent man and was one of the progressive men of his day who was always awake to the opportunities of buying and selling anything that promised him a profit in the deal. He was owner of several thousand acres of land and perhaps 50 or 60 slaves. He was the father of seven sons and five daughters, and unlike a great many southern Planters and slave holders who considered it disgraceful to work and who lived in idleness and luxury, he and his whole family worked, as well as his slaves. He had over a thousand acres in cultivation, with his oldest son, John Kendall, as head overseer and several assistants. The other sons, George, Peter, Henry, Sam, Julius, and Dock were taught that it is a disgrace to grow up and not know how to do anything to earn a living. George Kendall was assistant overseer on his father's farm for several years before he went to Anson County, NC., and married Susan Grady, a daughter of Col _______ Grady, who was also a very wealthy planter and slave owner. Peter was a tinner and ran a shop, in partnership with his father at Kendall's Store. Henry Kendall was a very intelligent, quick-witted, brilliant minded young man, and read law in Salisbury with James McCorkle. Sam and Dock Kendall were expert cabinet workmen. Julius was a farmer by choice and had full control of the large farm after John married and moved to a farm on Long Creek, south of Albermarle. The daughters were Frances, Sarah, Bettie, Lucy, and Martha. Frances was the first child and when she was old enough to begin duties of life a great deal of responsibility was automatically placed on her and the younger brothers and sisters looked to her as authority in a great many things more than their parents. She was well educated and taught a good many "school terms." Her father employed an expert tailor to come to his home and teach her to measure "men folks" and draught and cut suits for them as well as the dresses for the "women folks", and people would come to her for silks of the present time. There was a great many silk worms required to furnish silk for the family and these had to be attended to and fed and changed to new papers placed on tables daily. There was a long row of mulberry trees planted especially to furnish leaves which had to be gathered daily and placed on the tables to feed the silk worms. This task was done by the little negroes and white children as well, and there was something for all to do and idleness was frowned on in this home. There was a specially constructed loom designed and built in the shop on the grounds upon which the silk was woven. Bettie was the first daughter to be born after the seven sons and when she was just barely large enough to reach the "treadles," while sitting on the loom seat, she was taught to weave; and that was her part in the round of work. There was a room for the weaving and spinning, and one of the slave girls, a very bright mulatto, was taught to weave and became quite expert in the weaving of "Jeans" for mens clothes and blankets, coverlets, and counterpanes, sheets, and dress goods for the negroes. She would take great pride in trying to weave as well as Miss Bettie. Bettie received a "Common
> School" education and "finished" at Jonesville College. Sarah was the seamstress, and with the help of the negro house girls, did the sewing. Lucy was the "pet" of the family and was stricken with dropsy of the stomach when she was about sixteen years old, and although she had the best of medical attention from one of the best physicians in this part of the state, she never recovered; and although she was never able to do any great amount of work in the house, she was a great lover of flowers. At one time she had one of the largest and prettiest collections of "yard flowers" and shrubbery as well as a fine collection of hot house flowers. She was an expert in fancy needlework and elbroidery, and there are a great many pieces of her work that are kept as priceless relics by her nieces and nephews. Although she was almost an invalid and it was not thought that she could live long when she was "taken with dropsy," she outlived all her brothers and sisters and was the last member of the family to die. ..............to be continued

Ebenezer Hearne & Priscilla Fooks


Husband Ebenezer Hearne

       Born: 6 May 1717              at: , Worcester, MD
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: Apr 1785                at: , Sussex, Delaware
     Buried: Apr 1785                at: Greenville, Episc Church, Sussex, Delaware


     Father: Thomas Hearne Sr.
     Mother: Sarah Newbold


    Married: 1750                      Place: , , Delaware

Wife Priscilla Fooks

       Born:                         at: 
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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 

Husband's Notes
Well, how many of us have overlooked this one? It was pointed out to me that the 1790 census of Salisbury District, Montgomery County, in addition to Ebenezer, James, Pernal, Stephen & Thomas Hearne -- was "Fenlary" Hearn

Ebenezer Hearne & Dovey Walker


Husband Ebenezer Hearne

       Born: 11 Oct 1760             at: , , Maryland
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 16 Jan 1840             at: , , North Carolina
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Thomas Hearne Jr.
     Mother: Nancy Wilson


    Married: 1782-1783                 Place: , Montgomery, North Carolina

Wife Dovey Walker

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       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


Children
1 M Stephen Hill Hearn

       Born: 2 Mar 1791              at: , , North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 19 Mar 1863             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 19th District, Lebanon, Wilson, TN 100
Spouse: Leatha Elizabeth M. Harris Marr: Abt 1838, , Wilson, Tennessee

2 F Nancy Elizabeth Hearne

       Born: 1793                    at: , Montgomery, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


3 M Joel Hearne 10

       Born: Abt 1799                at: Hugharra River, Montgomery, North Carolina 10
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


4 F Leanora "Norah" Hearne 10

       Born: 1801                    at: , Montgomery, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


5 F Mary Hearne

       Born: 1804                    at: , Montgomery, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 



Husband's Notes
Well, how many of us have overlooked this one? It was pointed out to me that the 1790 census of Salisbury District, Montgomery County, in addition to Ebenezer, James, Pernal, Stephen & Thomas Hearne -- was "Fenlary" Hearn

Husband's Research Notes
From the Revolutionary War Pension Claim of Ebenezer Hearn NC Troops S.6997
State of North Carolina Montgomery County January Term 1833
On this eight day of January in the year of A.D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty three; personally appeared in open court; Before us the Justices of the peace assigned to hold the court, Before of pleas and quarter sessions for the county and State aforesaid, now in sitting: Ebenezer HEARN, a resident of the county and state aforesaid, age seventy two years. who being first duly sworn according ---- doath on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefits of the act of congress passed June the 7th 1832 That he entered the service of the United States, under the following named officers, and served as herein stated. (to whit) He entered the service, December 1st 1781, a volunteer for twelve months which he served punctually. first enroled under Major West (?) Harris of the county militia, in said county. and he then passed within a few days, from Major Harris, to Captain Edmonson, of the continent.. line then at Salisbury NC and where he was enroled in the camp of the said captain Edmonson in December 1781. From thence he marched from sd Salisbury to Charlotte NC under the sd Captain and where he the said HEARN, was taken sick of pleurisey, and lay sic there in the Hospital, for something like three weeks, while in the same time the sd Captain, and --- of his company, marched on to Head quarters at Ashleyhill near Charles town SC. and he the sd HEARN with the rest of the sicks in the Hospital at Charlott, at the end of sd three weeks, was removed to the Hospital at (then pine tree) But now Camden SC, where the sd HEARN supposes him self to have lain sick for something like 3 weeks longer and where the Waggon master, called in, and enquired of the tenants of that Hospital, to know if thare was any one amongst them, that could drive the Waggon. When he the sd HEARN, again volunteered his service for that business. and became the Driver of a team for the army, for the balance of his term of service, which ended in Ashleyhill near Charlestown SC the vary day the British left sd Charleston, and he believes it to have been don on the 9th of December 1782. And sd Heard doath further state, that he waggoned at sd Camden until some time in June 1872. When he received orders to Drive to Headquarters the at the sd Ashleyhill. Where he joined the armey at that place, then commanded by General Green, and where he again saw the sd Captain Edmonson, and his company. But he was no longer under the sd Captains command being then attached to the Waggon Department, where he remained up to the very day when he received his discharge, Which discharge he received in writing. But has since lost it by puting of it into the hands of a certain John Walker, for him to try to get the sd HEARN something for his Services. But who repourted to sd HEARN upon his return, that he had lost sd HEARNs Discharge together with his pocket Book, and the rest of his papers...
question 1st By the court; where and in what year were you born;
Answer, By the applicant; In the state of Maryland, on the Eastern Shore in Summersett county, and was braut to NC when yong. and as to that part of the question which conserns my bearth, I was born, according to the best information that I can get, October the 11th 1760.
question 2nd Have you any record of your age, and if so, where is it;
Answer I have non at present, But there was one in an old Book of fathers, But it has been destroyed many years ago.
question 3rd Where were you living, when called into service, and Where have you lived since the revolutionary war, and Where do you now live
Answer I lived in the state of NC and county of montgomery, in the fork of the yadkin and urwhary Rivers. and has ever since continued to live at the same place, and lives at the same place now.
question 4 How were you called into the Service; Were you Drafted, did you volunteer, or were you a substitute; and if a substitute, for whom.
Answer I was a volunteer, and served twelve months.
question 5 Stat the names of some of the regular officers, who were with the troops where you served, Such continental and militia regiments as you can recollect, and general circumstances of you service.
Answer General Green, was commander in chief, in the campaign at Ashley hill SC General Wain was who commanded in the Waggon department; and where I rendered the greater part of services. And he had a clerk, by the name of Cox, and I was also aquain__ with the above mentioned Captain Edmonson, this man I marched under from Salisbury to Charlott NC, and it was through him, that I obtained my Discharge from General Carrington, who managed in the Waggon Department. And as to that part of the question, relating either to Continental, or Militia regiments; I have no recollections, as the what number or any of them bore; But as to general circumstances of my service they were rendered in the army of the unites States, and was wholy taken up in Driving a Waggon & team for the use of that campaign.
question 6 Did you ever receive a discharge from the Service; and if so, by whom was it given, and what has become of it.
Answer I did receive a discharge, and obtained from General Carrington, of the Waggon Department. and as to what has become of that discharge I put it into the Hands of a certain John Walker for the purpus of his trying to git something for me, for my services; But he reported, he had lost it, together with his pocket Book, and some other papers. All this was done soon after the revolutionary war.
question 7 State the names of persons to whom you are know In your present neighbourhood, who can testify as to you character for verasity, and their belief of your services as a Soldier of the Revolution.
Answer My Brothers Stephen and William HEARN, Richard Bell, Benjamin Bell, Rev John Hancock, Samuel Hanesok(?) Col John Cr__ms (?), and William Harris, and many others if necessary.
And he the applicant, the said Ebenezer HEARN, hereby relinquishes Every claim whatever to a pension, or annuity Except the present, and declares that his name is not on the Pension roll of any State, or Territory in the united States.
Sworn to, and subscribed, the day and year aforesaid Ebenezer HEARNWitness Hardy Morgan, jp

State of North Carolina Montgomery County
We John Hancock, a clergyman, and William Christian a planter, Boath resideing in the county and State aforesaid, do hereby certify, that we are well acquainted with Ebenezer HEARN, who has made out, Subscribed and sworn to the accompaning Declaration; that we believe him to be fully seventy years of age; that he is reputed and believed, in the neighborhood where he Resides to have been a Soldier of the Revolution, and that We concur in that opinion. Sworn to, and subscribed, Before me Hardy Morgan, one of the acting Justices, assigned to keep the peace, for the said county This 21st December AD 1832
WM Christian John Hancock
attest Hardy Morgan jp

And the said court do hereby declare their opinion after investigation of the matter, and after putting the inter____ ____ribed by the War Department that the above mentioned applicant was a revolutionary Soldier & served as he states. And the court further ______ that it appears to them that John Hancock who has signed the above _______ is a clergyman resident of the county & state aforesaid, and that William Christian who has also signed the same is a resident of the county & state aforesaid and is a credible person and that their statements are entitled to credit.
John Parsons, Chairman I John B. Martin Clerk of the court of pleas and quarter sessions for the county of Montgomery & state of N. Caroling do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original proceeding of _ court in the matter of the
application Ebenezer HEARN of a pension. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal of office this 8th day of Jan 1833
JB Martin ------------------------ State of North Carolina Montgomery County This day personally appeared Before me Hardy Morgan, Esq one of the acting Justices of the peace in and for said county, Stephen HEARN, sen a resident of the county & state aforesd made oath according to Law, that he is the Brother of the applicant (Ebenezer HEARNE) and that he was and is well acquainted with some of the leading circumstances connected with the Services of the said Ebenezer HEARN, which he rendered in the Revolution, from the 1st December 1781 upto December 1782 and that he also knew that the said applicant entered the service a volunteer for twelve months, under the command of Maj ___ Harris. Where he past from him to the armey then at Salisbury NC where he entered ____service of the united State. and the said Stephen HEARN also Swears upon the oath already taken that he again was personally knowing to the Ebenezer HEARN being in the said armey at some four or six months after he
left Salisbury NC at a place called pine tree or Camden SC, at which place the sd Steven HEARN Declares that he carried boath money and close to the said Ebenezer HEARN, and he saw him there and left him also thare, and that the sd Stephen has every ______ in Believing that the sd Ebenezer served his full Tour of twelve months, as he never returned home until such tour should have Expired, and when returning he brout Back with him his Discharge and the said Stephen Declares that he saw it. And further this Deponant sayeth not Sworn unto & subscribe this 10th day of january AD 1834 Stephen Heane Witness Hardy Morgan jp

Research Notes for Child: Stephen Hill Hearn
BURIAL: From Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 319. Midcontinent Public Library. 19 th Dist. on Tater-Peeler Rd, 8 Miles south of Lebanon.

Ebenezer Hearne & "Betsy" Elizabeth Turner


Husband Ebenezer Hearne

       Born: 15 Mar 1782             at: Orange, Sampson, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 27 Apr 1844             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Purnell Hearn Jr.
     Mother: Nancy "Rachel" Hearne


    Married: 28 Nov 1816               Place: , Wilson, Tennessee 91

Wife "Betsy" Elizabeth Turner

       Born: 17 Mar 1798             at: , Warren, NC 203
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 8 Oct 1851              at: 
     Buried:                         at: Turner Cemetary, 11th District, Near Zion Meth. Church


     Father: William Turner
     Mother: Frances Dodson



Other Spouse: William Foster          Date: 8 Jun 1833, , Wilson, Tennessee


Children
1 M William F.(oster) Hearn

       Born: 20 Sep 1817             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 11 Sep 1852             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Eleanor Johnson Marr: 24 Dec 1840, , Wilson, Tennessee 91,234 Spouse: Eleanor /Hearn/

2 M Whitson Page Hearn 4

       Born: 12 Apr 1820             at: , , Tennessee 4,217
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 14 Sep 1881             at: Lebanon, Wilson, Tennesse 217
     Buried:                         at: Cedar Grove Cemetery, Lebanon, Wilson, Tennessee 233
Spouse: Ann Elizabeth (Dickason) Dickerson Marr: 6 Feb 1841, , Sumner, Tennessee 91

3 M Rufus W. Hearn

       Born: 25 Dec 1821             at: 
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 1841                    at: 
     Buried:                         at: 


4 F Louisa Frances Hearne 10

       Born: 29 Jan 1824             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 2 Oct 1874              at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Thomas M. Edwards Marr: 15 Dec 1841, , Wilson, Tennessee 91,195

5 M Alfred Gilliam Hearne 236

       Born: 15 Jan 1826             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 9 Feb 1903              at: Arkadelphia, Clark, Arkansas
     Buried: 10 Feb 1903             at: Rose Hill Cemetery, Clark, Arkansas 237
Spouse: Sarah "Sally" J. Spence Marr: 12 Oct 1847

6 M Orrin Dillon Hearn 21,224

       Born: 11 Dec 1827             at: , Wilson, Tennessee 225
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 1906 139 at: 
     Buried:                         at: Cedar Grove Cemetery, Lebanon, Wilson, Tennessee
Spouse: Adelia "Dora" Huddleston Marr: 18 Dec 1873, Lebanon, Wilson, Tennesse Spouse: Adelia /Hearn/ 226

7 M Granderson Turner Hearn 21

       Born: 11 Mar 1830             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 1896                    at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Elizabeth "Lizzie" Thomas Marr: 2 Nov 1865, , Maury, Tennessee 212

8 F Martha Ann Hearn 241

       Born: 12 Sep 1832             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 29 Jun 1859             at: , Wilson, Tennessee
     Buried:                         at: 


9 F Susan Turner Hearn 21

       Born: 25 Feb 1835             at: , , Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died:                         at: 
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Sutton E. Belcher Jr. Marr: 13 Oct 1859, , Wilson, Tennessee 91

10 M Robert Ebenezer Hearn

       Born: 7 Dec 1838              at: , Wilson, Tennessee
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 14 May 1864             at: Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
     Buried:                         at: Wilson, Tennessee



Husband's Notes
BIOGRAPHY: - The book Tenneseans in the War of 1812, page 246, lists Ebenezer Hearn as a Private under Col Edward Baily, and Capt. Harry L. Douglass in the Vol. Infantry. In all six Hearns are listed under Capt Douglass.
BIOGRAPHY: - The book Hearn History lists Ebenezer as a Methodist Minister. States he "Knew the Bible by Heart" and that he was the 1st member of the family to move to TN (abt 1800) He was followed by his father and two brothers (Thomas and George).
Will -
Ebenezer Hearn's will bequeaths to wife, Elizabeth Hearn, all 18 negros until son Robert reaches age 21; sons Albert G., Orin D., Granderson T., and Robert E. are each given a negro when they reach age 21 or are married. Requests that Elizabeth support and educate unmarried children until they reach age 21 or marry and at that time to give them property to what his married children already have. Wills that daughters, Martha A. and Susan T. be given a negro and other property equal to that of the others. Leaves tract of land, livestock, furniture and farming utensils to wife Elizabeth. Tract of land on Cumberland where sons William F. and Whitson P. live to be sold on credit for at least $4,000 and proceeds to be divided equally among his children. Bequeaths to William F., Whitson P. and Louisa, one negro each and property already given to them. Appoints William F. and Whitson P. Hearn execturos. Recorded 4 Jun 1844 p. 109.
The Inventory was done 20 august 1844 p. 122.
T
he settlement was on the 31 Aug 1847 p. 152-153.
Family members listed in all these records are: Thomas Harris, William Gill, James Hearn, Benjamin Cox, John Hearn, Thomas M. Edwards, Whitson P. Hearn, William F. Hearn, Purnel Andrews, James Hearn, and Susan Hearn.
Well, how many of us have overlooked this one? It was pointed out to me that the 1790 census of Salisbury District, Montgomery County, in addition to Ebenezer, James, Pernal, Stephen & Thomas Hearne -- was "Fenlary" Hearn

Husband's Research Notes
Ebenezer Hearne was the first Hearne to move from North Carolina to Tennessee, around 1800. After he settled in Tennessee, he convinced his father and uncles (Thomas and George) to join him. He made several trips back to North Carolina to help his relatives relocate from North Carolina to Tennessee. I also have found a birth date listing 13 March 1782.
- Ebenezer is listed as administrator in the Robert Turner inventory. Recorded 5 Feb 1827.
- Ebenezer Hearn was made the guardian of Thomas Turner, Wills and Inventories 1827 - 1836.
- Ebenezer Hearn was the executor of the Purnel Hearn inventory 14 Feb 1832.
- Ebenezer Hearn widow's allotment was made 3 March 1845.
- Ebenezer Hearn versus James Turner 1829.
- Commissioners appointed to settle with Ebenezer Hearn, administrator of Robert Turner, 25 June 1832.
- Ebenezer Hearn charged with gaming, 28 May 1840.
- 1816, NOV 28 FOSTER, Elizabeth marr. HEARN, Ebenezer WILSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES 1733 to 1809 http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn+index+175336465648+F
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~geneal/gp/2203.HTM
!MARRIAGE: - Listed in Marriages of Wilson Co. Tenn, 1802 - 1850. pg 27 Ebenezer Hearn and Betsy Foster married by Samuel Canon J.P.. James Hearn Bondsman. ( Midcontinent Public Lib. 230

Wife's Notes
Wilson Co. TN Wills, Books 1-13 1802 to 1850, page 10. (from Mid Cont. Pub Lib) Both an Eliabeth and a Betsy are listed! Listed her father's sale. 21 Jan. 1812. Buyers listed: Frances Turner, Elizabeth Turner, Willee Turner, Edmund Turner, James Turner, ans Betsy Turner. Recorded 6 June 1812.
- Listed in Marriages of Wilson Co. Tenn, 1802 - 1850. Page 121. Elizabeth Turner married William Foster , James Braden bondsman.
!MARRIAGE: - 1816, NOV 28 FOSTER, Elizabeth marr. HEARN, Ebenezer WILSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES 1733 to 1809 http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn+index+175336465648+F
- It has previously been suposed that The Betsy Foster who married Ebenezer Hearn the same person as Elizabeth Turner who had been previously married to Wm Foster. the dates for this are wrong though.
BIOGRAPHY: - 1354 - Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT] Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
BURIAL: From Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 316. Midcontinent Public Library. Turner Cemetary, 11th District, Near Zion Meth Church

Wife's Research Notes
1850 census Wilson Co, TN
1354 - (1840-32-22)
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN

Research Notes for Child: William F.(oster) Hearn
MARRIAGE: - from Marriage of Wilson Co., 1802 - 1850 page 170. Wm. F. Hearn maried Eleanor Johnson. 23 dec 1840. by Archibald B. Duval. 24 Dec 1840. J. A. Cartwright Bondsman. (Mid continent Public Lib )
William F. Hearne was described as having been 6 feet in height, about 170 pounds, fair complexion, blue eyes, auburn hair. I have found another date of birth as 20 Sept 1817.
Bill of complaint of Coleman Tally and wife Mary A., formerly Mary Ann Johnson, against Marion B. Kitrell, administrator of Robertson Johnson; E.D. Johnson; Milberry P. Hearn and wife Elizabeth; Eleanor Hearn, widow of W.F. Hearn; John B. Cox and wife Maria, formerly Hankins and before that Johnson; Mathew C. Hankins, administrator of Albert Hankins, former husband of said Cox, Laura Hankins, minor daughter of Albert Hankins deceased; Rufus C., Brunetta, and Susan Hearn, minor children of William F. Hearn; and the widow Tabitha Johnson. The said Robertson Johnson died intestate in the
Spring of 1854. He left five children, to wit, Mary A. Tally, E. D. Johnson, Elizabeth J. Hearn, Eleanor Hearn, and Maria Cox and his widow Tabitha Johnson. Said deceased owned a tract of land in Weakley County. 4 December 1854 (Chancery Court 1855-1861, Pp 453-482)

Notes for Child: Whitson Page Hearn
I also have found the birth date of 22 April 1820 and 11 April 1820, but the tombstone states 12 April 1820.
W. P. Hearn will. (the date given in this copy is 30 July 1881): heirs: wife, Ann Elizabeth Hearn; my 4 children, to wit, E. M. Hearn, Mrs. Mary E. Andrews, Lavina Ann Hearn and Mrs. Whitetta M. Moss; grandson Hiram Lane to take his mothers; part. Exe: E. M. Hearn and J. T. Lane. Recorded 30 October 1881.
1850 Census, 11th Dist. Wilson co., TN
1400 - (1840-32-22; [living with father])
Whitson P. Hearn, 30, m, farmer, $2500, TN [s of Ebenezer Hearn and Eliza-
beth Turner Foster]
Ellenor E. Hearn, 27, f, TN [Ann Elizabeth Dickson]
Ebenezer Hearn, 8, m, TN
Matilda A. Hearn, 5, f, TN
Mary E. Hearn, 4, f, TN
Lavina Hearn, 6/12, f, TN

Research Notes for Child: Whitson Page Hearn
BURIAL: Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 294. Midcontinent Public Library.

Research Notes for Child: Louisa Frances Hearne
Thomas M Edwards Married Louisa F. Hearne 15 Dec 1841. A. Mattthews M. G. from Marriage of Wilson Co., 1802 - 1850 page 181 (Mid continent Public Lib )

Notes for Child: Alfred Gilliam Hearne
He moved to Arkadelphia, Arkansas, in 1850.
Obituary - Alfred G. Hearn died at his residence in this city Monday evening at
2 o'clock in his 77 year. He was born in Wilson County, Tennessee 15
January 1826 and was born and raised on a farm and received a fair English
education in the schools of his county. When he was quite young, he
determined on studying and practicing law as the work of his life. He labored
on his father's farm, studying and reading, as occasion would permit. He taught
school in his neighborhood and studied law at the same time; the means he
received from this source enabled him to prosecute his studies, and in 1848, he
entered the law department of Cumberland University at Lebanon, Tennessee.
From this institution, he graduated in the principle of his profession. In casting
about for a field in which to develop his talents as a lawyer, he determined on
going to Arkansas and in 1850, he located at Arkadelphia, a young but thriving
town, at the head of navigation on the Ouachita River. Here he successfully
practiced his profession until 1870 when on account of failing health, he was
compelled to surrender it for some other business, which would give him more
activity in the open air, and he turned his attention to farming and he continued
his interest in agricultural operations until the day of his death. He was strongly
opposed to secession and resisted it with all his power; but when his state
seceded from the Union, he went with his people and served the Southern
cause, as a true and patriotic soldier until the end. Soon after his arrival at
Arkadelphia, the Solomon Spence family came in to the community to make
their home and a friendship was soon formed between him and Miss Sallie
Spence, which resulted in their marriage in 1856. He leaves a widow, a sister,
Mrs. Bettie Belcher, of this city; 2 daughters and 3 sons. Two of his sons are
now in China, Rev. Thomas Hearn being a missionary in that far off county and
Dr. Alfred Hearn is engaged in hospital work in the same place and his 2
daughters, Mrs. Bettie Hearn and Miss Mattie Hearn, with his other son
Robert, reside in this place. Funeral services were held Tuesday evening being
conducted by Rev. E. M. Pipkin and his remains were interred in Rose Hill
Cemetery. (12 February 1903 p3c6)
The obituary of A. G. Hearn states when and where he was buried, and
mentions his military service in the Confederate Army.

Research Notes for Child: Alfred Gilliam Hearne
Mary Norfleet lists birth year as 1826
FGR from Robert Alan Cummings lists William Hearn DOB 1828 as third child

Notes for Child: Orrin Dillon Hearn
1850 Census shows Orrin still lived at home - 1354 - Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
Tennessee State Library and Archives
TENNESSEE CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS :
SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS
He was a Confederate soldier during the Civil War: The Army of Virginia, 7th Tennessee Regiment.
Orin is also spelled Orrin. He was a Confederate soldier during the Civil War: The Army of Virginia, 7th Tennessee Regiment. O. D. Hearn
was the administrator for the sale of Elizabeth Hearn estate. Recorded 16 April 1869, Wilson County, Tennessee.
The date of birth on the Confederate monument in Cedar Grove Cemetery is 1828. He is mentioned in the will of his father Ebenezer Hearn.
The Ancestral File gives the date of birth as estimated to be 1844.
The date of birth on the Confederate monument in Cedar Grove Cemetery is 1828. He is mentioned in the will of his father Ebenezer Hearn.

http://www.state.tn.us/sos/statelib/pubsvs/pen022.htm#pt22
NAME: Hearn, Orrin D.
WIDOW: Hearn, Adelia
PENSION #: W9522
COUNTY: Wilson
NAME: Hearn, Thomas N.
PENSION #: S4054
COUNTY: Wilson
UNIT: 7th Inf.

Research Notes for Child: Orrin Dillon Hearn
1850 Census shows Orrin still lived at home - 1354 - Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
BURIAL: Acklen's Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts page 294. Midcontinent Public Library. In this case spelled Orin, uses estimated DOB of 1806 which was pretty close!

Notes for Child: Granderson Turner Hearn
- 1850 Census shows Granderson still lived at home - 1354 -
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN S
usan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
Marraige licence obtained as Granville T. Hearn and Lizzie Thomas

Notes for Child: Martha Ann Hearn
- 1850 Census shows Martha still lived at home - 1354 -
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
She is mentioned in the will of her father Ebenezer Hearn.
1859-1862; , Wilson, Tennessee Martha A. Hearn leaves to mother, Elizabeth all notes and property; after mother's death, property to be divided among brothers and sisters: W. P. Hearn, Louisa Edwards, A. G. Hearn, O D. Hearn, G. T. Hearn, Susan T. Belcher and Robert Hearn. Brother W. F. Hearn, died living 3 children: R. D., Brunetta and Susan. No bequest made to Brunetta, but R. D. and Susan Hearn to have their father, W. F.'s share. Recorded 6 March 1862. pg. 386

Research Notes for Child: Susan Turner Hearn
1850 Census shows Susan still lived at home - 1354 -
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN
This family initially lived in Highland, Kentucky, then they moved to Wilson County, Tennessee after the Civil War. Later they settled in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She is mentioned in the will of her father Ebenezer Hearn.

Notes for Child: Robert Ebenezer Hearn
- 1850 Census shows Robert lived at home - 1354 -
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN 21

Research Notes for Child: Robert Ebenezer Hearn
- 1850 Census shows Robert lived at home - 1354 -
Elizabeth Hearn, 52, f, $2999, TN - [Elizabeth Turner Foster, widow of Ebenezer Hearn - m. 11-28-1816, WCT]
Orren Hearn, 22, m, TN
Grandison Hearn, 20, m, TN
Martha Hearn, 18, f, TN
Susan Hearn, 16, f, TN
Robert E. Hearn, 9, m, TN

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