Father: Samuel BROOKS Mother: Adeline ELDER [page 64, f: John Underwood Elder]
Marriage 1 Ollie CATE b: 16 FEB 1890 in Tn ***
WorldConnect http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pwclhl&id=I155546 # ID: I155546 # Name: William Green CATE # Given Name: William Green # Surname: CATE 1 # Name: Bluds Bill # Given Name: Bluds Bill # Surname: 1 # Sex: M # Birth: 30 Sep 1848 in Sevier Co., Tennessee 1 # Death: 17 Nov 1922 1 # Burial: Dumplin Baptist Church Cem., Jefferson Co., Tennessee 1
Father: Lee CATE b: 25 Jan 1824 in Sevier Co., Tennessee Mother: Nancy ELDER b: 5 Jan 1827 in Jefferson Co., Tennessee
Marriage 1 Mary Jane CORUM b: 14 Nov 1847 * Married: 18 Dec 1870 in Jefferson Co., Tennessee Children 1. Ova CATE 2. Donna CATE 3. Noah Corum CATE b: 13 Aug 1873 4. Arra C. CATE b: 26 Jul 1884 5. Bertha Ann CATE b: 1887 Sources include: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=rgb001&id=I1594 Contact: Jerry Bryan «u»email@example.com «/u» saved
Nancy's parents: Father: Charles Thomas ELDER b: 16 Dec 1807 in Jefferson Co., Tennessee Mother: Elizabeth UNDERWOOD b: 20 Aug 1804
1975--a marker to his memory was placed in the Cemetery of Dumplin
Baptist by the Spencer Clack Chapter, DAR of Sevierville." ...
"John Cate Sr. came to Dumplin Valley in 1782 from North Carolina. He
was one of the passengers on the ship Safety from England, settling
first in Edenten, N.C. then moved to Orange Co., N.C. and then to
Dumplin. He had 15 children and was said to be the "patriarchal" leader
of the entire valley much in the manner of Abraham. He was one of the
charter members of Dumplin Valley Baptist Church, which is still in
1999 an active church. He is buried in the church cemetery.
The old John Cate home is a "historic Dumplin Valley home". The house
was built in 1825 is a colonial style red brick home painted white. The
bricks made by slaves. It is said Mary still makes appearances in the
home. Dumplin Creek was said to have gotten it's name during the
Revolutionary War. The local militia was camped at the creek and making
dumplings for their supper, when the British attacked and scattered the
locals, then dumped the dumplings into the creek." ....
DNA Y-SEARCH (FamilyTreeDNA) - CATE/CATES - comparing 25 markers (scroll down to type security words) at http://tinyurl.com/ykov4yr CATES kit #80414 on Scotland DNA chart (R1b), 7 lines from ELDER http://www.ourfamilyorigins.com/scotland/dna.htm ******** Book: "Our east Tennessee kinsmen: Cate, Henry and related families." Author: Aurelia Cate Dawson Publisher: Seaford, Del., 1962. Catalog: Seattle Public Library Central Library REF - Levels 7-9 Reference Collection R929.2 C282D R929.2 C282Da Description: 69, 90 p. coats-of-arms. LDS library, Salt Lake City, Utah has book and films: title: FHL US/CAN Film 897005 Item 6 and index: FHL US/CAN Film 874417 Item 7
********* Robert French sent me notes for Page 69 of Virginia's book: "Joseph Marshall ELDER, married Margaret FRENCH (and went to Oregon) has a granddaughter, Kathy Elder HIBLER, who lives in Hillsboro, Oregon. Bob talks with her occasionally."
William Garfield ELDER, married Stella FRENCH. Stella French, birth July 4, 1889, death March 30, 1963
After he died in 1956, she married Jason Guice. Children of WG Elder and Stella French: Grace Elder, b. Feb 10, 1910, d. Feb. 23, 2002, married Carl Travis Samuel L. Elder, b. Sept 10, 1916, d. May 13, 1973 in 1930 Census Name: Stella E Guice Home in 1930: Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee View Map Age: 39 Estimated birth year: abt 1891 Relation to Head of House: Wife Spouse's name: Jason G Guice Race: White Household Members: Name Age Jason G Guice 42 Stella E Guice 39 Grace S Elder 20 Samuel L Elder 13 Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee; Roll 2250; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 762.0.
***** Grace Elder Travis in Soc. Sec. Death Index Name: Grace E. Travis SSN: 409-60-6358 Last Residence: 37336 Georgetown, Meigs, Tennessee Born: 12 Feb 1910 Last Benefit: 37336 Georgetown, Meigs, Tennessee Died: 23 Feb 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1955)
Page 93 -- or in left side, click paging for #106 "MARGARET ELDER, perhaps born about 1786-1790, is believed to have been the daughter of Samuel ELDER" [d. 1811 Sevier Co TN, page 1-8, his parents not known].
"Margaret Elder rejects Davy Crockett" "...for reasons not now known, she refused to proceed with the marriage...." Cited From Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" (1887) page 868. *****