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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Elijah SATTERFIELD

He was left a horse in his father's Will and was also an executor with his mother.


William PRINCE

Francis, William, and Robert Prince from Spartanburg District, SC erected "Prince's Station" about 100 yards from the Cave Springs, near the junction of Sulphur Fork and Red River--one of the principle stations in the Cumberland-Red River area. [Along the Warioto: A History of Montgomery Co., TN. Ursula Smith Beach, 1964, pp. 22,23]


Major Edward MITCHUSSON

He served in the Revolutionary War.

He and his brother William and at least 60 others were granted land on Eddy Creek in Caldwell County, Kentucky, in the years 1798 & 1799.

Edward's marker is a hand shaped sandstone with his initials E M and the year of his death 1827.


Alsey HAMPTON

Her marker reads Alsey, wife of E. Mitchusson, died 1801, age 36 years.


Major Edward MITCHUSSON

He served in the Revolutionary War.

He and his brother William and at least 60 others were granted land on Eddy Creek in Caldwell County, Kentucky, in the years 1798 & 1799.

Edward's marker is a hand shaped sandstone with his initials E M and the year of his death 1827.


Ruth Elizabeth MCDANIEL

She was 8 in 1920.


Colonel Thomas W. CHAMBERS

His father-in-law James Satterfield left him a horse in his Will.

He went to Texas shortly after his wife's death and their children stayed with family in Caldwell County.


Permelia SATTERFIELD

She was left a woman's saddle in her father's Will.