All: William COWART-315 is the 10th great grandfather of Jabe Joseph FINCHER Jr.-1.
TimeLine: In 1812, George was on the Tax List for Franklin County, TN next to his brother-in-law John Bynum.
George moved to Blount Co., AL around 1818.
He moved into Calhoun County, Al. (formerly Benton county) by 1840.
In 1850 he is listed in the Blount county census records as age 75, living with his son, Eli Glover.
BURIAL: George is buried at Antioch Methodist Church cemetery, on County Road 20, in blount County, AL. This cemetery was formerly known as the Glover Cemetery and was donated from land belonging to Eli Glover.
MILITARY: Glover, George, Pvt
Srv in Wimberly's 1st Reg of Ga Mil
Seminole War of 1817-1818
MILITARY: (this is not verified??)
BIOGRAPHY: may have been born in Pendleton, S.C.
BIOGRAPHY: Lived to be abt. 71 years old.
All: Rebecca BYNUM-211 and Jabe Joseph FINCHER Jr.-1 are 1st cousins 4 times removed. Their common ancestors are William , Jr. BYNUM-807 and Mary -813.
BIOGRAPHY: Planter, Legislator and Lawyer.
The Alvis J. Bynum papers, in the possession of Aaron Headen Bynum of Rock Hill, South Carolina, reveal the following; Mark Bynum, Sr., son of Luke Bynum, was "raised on a hill near Cool Springs on Pokeberry Creek". The Luke Bynum Sr. land was on Pokeberry Creek near the Haw River in Chatham County. It later became known as the William Snipes Place, probably because Luke's daughter, Martha "Patsy" Bynum, and her husband William Snipes, bought it.
BIOGRAPHY: Alvis continued that Mark Bynum, Sr., married four times; First to Annie Hackney, who was raised near the Ferry (Haw River Ferry, no doubt), and had eleven children 1. Joe, who was born in 1802, and lived in three places, first near Jones Grove, later known as the Zinnie Riggsby Place, then he bought the Ward homeplace near Pittsboro, afterwhich he sold it to - Pendergrass, and moved to Mississippi and had a large family. 2. Turner, born 1808, settled on the Haw River and owned the old homestead and old ferry. He had nine children. 3. Carney, born in 1910, settled at the present Bynum Factory (there was a cotton mill at the village of Bynum before 1900), and left nine children. 4. Green (who drowned in the river). 5. Sallie, who died early of the fever. 6. Patsy, who married Nazareth Perry. 7. *Eliza, born April 7, 1806 and died September 16, 1869, who married *David Clegg, born September 6, 1796 and died April 3, 1856. (Some of these dates conflict with other published Bynum research).
BIOGRAPHY: Mark married second, Sallie Ward, from the Green Level section of Wake County, and had three children, of whom only one reached maturity. Mark married third, in 1826, widow Sally Horton. They had one child who died in infancy. Sally then became crippled and died in 1829. As his fourth wife, Mark married Mary Tatum and had one child (not named in this paper). Mary was, no doubt, of the Tory Tatum family who plagued Luke and Tapley!
BIOGRAPHY: Alvis wrote that Mark was very well educated for the time and "was good pensman, calculator, and had law days at his house". He was a Justice of the Peace, a man of fine judgement and was elected to the state Legislature 1810-1812. Mark, who had weighed 190 in his younger days, and was admired for his height, his agility and strength, weighed 260 at his death. He was known to be fond of locust beer! Alvis wrote that he had a cramp and Dr. McClanahan gave him Crotan Oil to ease him but he died instead. The Raleigh Register newspaper, dated 27 March, 1840, gave Mark's death as March. Alvis Bynum noted that Mark was born in 1774 and died 2 January, 1840.
BIOGRAPHY: Married four times; had children with each wife for a reported total of 16 children. At least three children died in childhood and only nine are identified.
MILITARY: Not verified this is the correct Green:???
Unit: 119 U. S. C. T.
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private
Misc: Byman, Green
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record:
000589, 0014, 00000893
DEATH: Alabama Death Index, 1908-1959 lists his death date as 25 May 1917.-Vol.33
BURIAL: buried at Wolf Ridge Cemetery, Whistler, Alabama.---Lat. 30 degrees, 44',12" N.; 88Degrees, 08',05", W.
MILITARY: April 2, 1779-Rev. War-enlisted in Continental Army in Wilkes Co., GA.
CENSUS: 1790-Tax roll of Orange Co.,NC.
1820-Census-Franklin Co., TN.
1840-Census-Cannon Co. TN.
All: March 6, 1809-witnessed marriage bond of James Bynum
All: Jeremiah migration path SC>GA (Twiggs Co.)>MS (Wayne Co.)--see Church records, Baptist Church Twiggs Co., Ga.
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