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Melvin Asplin of Richwoods Twp., Washington Co., Mo. over 21
1840 census Claiborne County Tennessee
1850 census Claiborne County
726 Lewis,Catharine E.,20,f,,,,Tenn,
734 Lewis,Christopher J.,14,m,,,,Tenn,
734 Lewis,George H.,16,m,,Laborer,,Tenn,
817 Lewis,George W.,24,m,,Farmer,,Tenn,
742 Lewis,James M. ,28,m,,Farmer,700,Tenn,
734 Lewis,John L.,23,m,,Farmer,,Tenn,
742 Lewis,John N.,4,m,,,,Tenn,
726 Lewis,Joseph B.,16,m,,Laborer,,Tenn,
734 Lewis,Mary A.,22,f,,,,Tenn,
816 Lewis,Mary A.,10,m?,,,,Tenn,
742 Lewis,Phebe E.,2,f,,,,Tenn,
726 Lewis,Sarah ,17,f,,,,Tenn,
726 Lewis,Sarah J.,6/12,,,,,Tenn,
734 Lewis,Synthia,31,f,,,,N. Carolina,
726 Lewis,William,58,m,,Farmer,1500,N. Carolina,
1860 census Claiborne County ~Lewis52 Lewis,Alvin,1,M,W,,,,Ten,,,,,,
550 Lewis,Isaac B.,3,M,W,,,,Te,,,,,,
National Archives Reel M593-1518. (check to be sure on accuracy)
10052048,Lewis,A. M.,37,F,W,Keeping house,Tenn.,
1880 census Claiborne County Tennessee
BULLARD 117-125 (need lookup on census these are numbers on actual census)
1840 census for Bullard & Lewis
1850 census for Bullard & Lewis
Descendants of Solomon Lewis
(1) Solomon1 Lewis was born in 1750 in Cumberland Co., NC, and in 1780 in Cumberland Co., NC, married Catherine Moon who was born in 1759 in Cumberland Co., NC. Solomon died on 6 Mar 1845 in Claiborne Co., Tn. Catherine died on 25 Aug 1845 in Claiborne Co., Tn.
This WILLIAM LEWIS (PLF:555L100) has been my target and, I believe, my ggggrandfather. SOLOMON LEWIS had two daughters, ELIZABETH"POLLY"LEWIS (b. 1 Jan 1781) and CATHERINE"MOLLY"LEWIS (b.ca1782). They married DAVID ROGERS (b 3Oct1779) and WILLIAM ROGERS (b.ca1778),respectively, and moved to the Speedwell area of Claiborne Co.TN, with their husbands father, JOHN ROGERS (b.ca1750) originally from Wythe Co.VA. JOHN ROGERS supposedly, also fought at Kings Mt and lived in Washington Co.TN prior to moving to Speedwell in 1798-99. JOHN ROGERS is said to have had three wives, with a total of 25 children. His first wife was supposed to have been a BRITTIAN (BRITTON), the second an ASHER, and the third is unknown.There is record of JOHN ROGERS marrying ELIZABETH ASHER in Washington Co.TN, 17 Jan 1788 (Wash Co. Wills & Marriages Vol.O, pg 110). DAVID and WILLIAM ROGERS stayed in the area of Speedwell, with their families, but many of the children moved to Missouri, Virginia and other parts of TN.=20
Some time after 1807 SOLOMON and CATHERINE LEWIS moved from Washington Co. to the Speedwell area of Claiborne Co., living with, or near, DAVID and ELIZABETH (LEWIS) ROGERS the rest of their lives. JOHN ROGERS died 5 Jan 1822, and never applied for a pension. SOLOMON LEWIS applied, and was allowed a pension, 22 Dec1832,claim R-6309. SOLOMON and CATHERINE had more children than the two daughters, but the only other LEWIS in the Speedwell area was SOLOMON LEWIS JR in the 1830 census (Cl-143), next to JOHN ROGERS JR (Cl-143), both ages 30-40, with families. No record of other children. SOLOMON LEWIS SR was living near DAVID and WILLIAM ROGERS families (Cl-138-139) in 1830 census. SOLOMON LEWIS died 6 Mar 1843, at the age of 97 years. CATHERINE LEWIS died 25 Aug 1845 at the age of 86 years.There was mention that a grandson lived in Missouri, when SOLOMON died in 1843. JESS ROGERS was the administrator of CATHERINE"S estate, no relationship recorded, but believe he was her grandson. =20
WILLIAM LEWIS (PLF: 555L100) of Greasy Cove,Washington Co.NC, was born ca 1750-55. There could be a link with WILLIAM and SOLOMON in Cumberland or Bladen Co's NC. WILLIAM LEWIS first shows up on the Wills and Inventories of WASH. Co. NC, at the Estate sale of JACOB BROWN in april of 1786. August of 1786 William Lewis shows up on the voters roll in Jonesboro,Wash.Co. NC. WILLIAM LEWIS has a Land Grant of 440 acres on Cedar Creek, next to PHAROAH COBBS line, then south to YOUNGS line, then east to WARDS line and then north to starting point.This land grant was transcribed by the entry taker, No.780, on 7 Aug 1787 to ROBERT LUCAS, but in fact, the North Carolina Archives have No.780 listed, and granted, to WILLIAM LEWIS.The same day NATHAN LEWIS was granted 200 acres on Gap Creek, No 776. No relationship has been established between them,if any exists. Pat Alderman, who was a local Historian for UNICOI Co, which is part of the area of the old Greasy Cove, stated that "most of the early Greasy Cove residents had participated in the battle at Kings Mt." WILLIAM LEWIS is on all the taxable lists , that survived between 1788 and 1811. In 1788 WILLIAM LEWIS'S neighbors on the tax rolls were, JAMES WARD, JOHN YOUNG, and JOSEPH YOUNG. These were taken in CAPT GUDGERS district by ROBERT LOVE, also a King Mt. veteran and prominent in Washington Co politics.=20
Though I can't find any records of pension, or application for pension for WILLIAM LEWIS, I'm sure he was very active in the local militia, which was headed primarily by COL JOHN SEVIERS. In the spring and summer of 1793, there were increased attacks on isolated settlers in Washington Co. and Col. John Sevier gathered a large unit of mounted militia and headed south to the Cherokee settlements and towns, and to the Battle of Etowah. SEVIER left approximately the 25 Sept 1793. On the 10 Oct 1793, while Mr. WILLIAM LEWIS was away from home, a band of twenty- eight Indians, in the early morning, attacked and killed MRS LEWIS and five of her seven children. One son managed to get away to the cane brakes along Indian Creek and make his way to the Blockhouse in the Temple Hill area. He reported the attack to a young Lt. NATHANIEL TAYLOR, who pursued the Indians to the French Broad River, but without success.=20
The Indians took a young daughter of WILLIAM LEWIS, who was later ransomed for a rifle and some powder. This was recorded in the Knoxville Gazette, 23 Nov 1793, Vol.2 No.25,pg 3, col.1-2, and in 2 Jan 1794, Vol.3 No. 2, pg 2, col.1-2 . WILLIAM LEWIS' house and barn were burned down by the Indians during the attack and were located on the south end of Indian Creek . There is a Creek named "GRANNY LEWIS", where his farm was supposedly located, that runs into Indian Creek. The 1799 taxables list WILLIAM LEWIS SR and WILLIAM LEWIS JR. This is the only reference to the son who escaped and reported the massacre. I dont know the name of MRS LEWIS or any of the children that were killed. The daughter who was ransomed was supposedly MARY 'POLLY' LEWIS born ca 1790. MARY LEWIS married CANADY RIGSBY (WRIGSBY) in Carter Co. in 1809. WILLAIM LEWIS SR , as was tradition, remarried very soon after the incident. His second wife name was SARAH 'SALLIE'_________. They started a second family that produced three more daughters and three more sons. WILLIAM LEWIS, by his first marriage, had WILLIAM LEWIS JR (b ca 1778) and MARY"POLLY"LEWIS (b ca1790). The first child born of his second wife is uncertain, but I think it was LOUCRETIA LEWIS (b ca 1794-95) -This is totally unsubstantiated! =20
Next was ELIZABETH "BETSEY" LEWIS (b 1796), BENJAMIN LEWIS (b1798), HIRAM LEWIS (b1800), RUSSELL LEWIS (b 1804) , KESIAH LEWIS (b 1807). WILLIAM LEWIS JR married unknown-possibly lived in Knox Co. MARY 'POLLY' LEWIS married CANADY RIGSBY, Carter Co TN 1809. LOUCRETIA LEWIS married unknown ,possibly JOHN JULIN (JULIAN)Knox Co TN. ELIZABETH 'BETSEY' LEWIS married JOHN HUTCHINS (HUTCHINGS) White Co TN, ca 1814. BENJAMIN LEWIS married CHARITY-------------- ca 1820, possibly White Co TN.HIRAM LEWIS married ELIZABETH JANE CAROLINE KIRK,ca1821 White Co TN. RUSSELL LEWIS married DELILAH MOORE, ca 1830 White Co, Rutherford Co TN. KESIAH LEWIS married JOHN RIGBSY, ca 1825 White Co TN.
The next record WILLIAM LEWIS appears in is 1806, on the 27th-28th of June, at THOMAS HOWELLS Estate Sale and SOLOMON LEWIS is also there. This was recorded in the Wills and Inventories of Washington Co TN, pages 179-180. WILLIAM LEWIS bought one old Razor and one old Bed Tick, while SOLOMON LEWIS bought 5 Bushels corn. CHARLES HUTCHINS was there, his son JOHN HUTCHINS married ELIZABETH"BETSEY" LEWIS, WILLIAMS daughter. THOMAS RIGSBY was there with JAMES RIGSBY. Two of WILLIAM LEWIS' daughters marry RIGSBYS. JOHN DILLARD and ROBERT LOVE were there also. The HUTCHINS ,DILLARDS and LOVES had married into each others families and were close. They were from Culpepper Co. VA .Unfortunately I've been unable to link any connection to these three families with WILLIAM LEWIS, until they all arrive in Washington Co NC(TN) in the 1790's.=20
There was a Will from Bath Co NC-"Abstracts of Wills-1690-1760" by GRIMES, and lists: WILLIAM LEWIS- Wife -MARY LEWIS 1731-5 AUG 1732-Sons: WILLIAM LEWIS JR & SOLOMON LEWIS. Daughters: ELIZABETH (LEWIS) SINCLAIR, MARY (LEWIS) DUDLEY, MAGDALENE (LEWIS) BIGFORD, & EDITH ' EDY' (LEWIS) BENSON - There is the possibility that the families are connected. The names of HANSON LEWIS (PLF:15L922) ,in relationship to JOSIAH LEWIS (PLF: 15L936),JAMES LEWIS (PLF:15L937b) AARON LEWIS (PLF: 15L937a) are recorded in BLADEN Co in the 1763 Census. HANSON LEWIS shows up as follows:' Deeds 10 May 1794 of New Brunswick Co. NC, 120 acres on "OLD TOWNE CREEK", part of 320 acres Patented to WILLIAM LEWIS, 9 Dec 1735. JOSIAH LEWIS SR had deeded SARA SMITH 100 acres, and SOLOMON LEWIS purchased 120 acres, with the remainder 100 acres as HANSON LEWIS'S.' Again, there is only name linkage and commonality, but no substantiating records. Back to WILLIAM LEWIS of Greasy Cove, TN, I find him on the taxables until 1811, at which time he and the RIGSBYS, HUTCHINS and probably others, moved to White Co, in the Cedar Creek area, outside of Sparta TN. Again, he is found on the Taxables for 1812 for White Co and several Deeds and Land Grants are listed in the next few years. The 1820 & 1830 Census's shows the HUTCHINS, RIGSBYS, JULIANS and LEWIS' in the same general area of White Co, and that they purchased lands in WARREN Co and DEKALB Co. WILLIAM LEWIS died Aug 1838 and his will was probated at that time. BENJAMIN LEWIS was the Executor of the Estate. WILLIAM was possibly buried in the NORRIS- POLLARD-BAIN Cemetery by Walling, White Co ,TN, no markers were found. The Will mentions the children of his second marriage and three grandsons that were living with him. The grandsons were DENNIS JULIN (JULIAN), JAMES W. JULIN and GEORGE W. JULIN . These three JULINS (JULIAN) grandchildren are thought to have been LOUCRETIA'S, again = speculation.
The following names are of interest in Washington Co NC(TN) area
during the 1770's-1800's:JOHN LEWIS, JAMES LEWIS SR & JR, NATHAN LEWIS, AARON LEWIS,
NATHANIEL LEWIS,TURLES or (SURLES) LEWIS, 'KAN' (RIGSBY) FOSTER, WILLIAM & JOHN
BLEVINS, GEORGE CLOUSE, CHARLES HUTCHINS, THOMAS RIGSBY, ROBERT LOVE, ZACARIAH ISBELL,
GEORGE & WILLIAM RUSSELL, JOHN ROGERS, SOLOMON LEWIS. THANKS-
Subj: William Lewis
(2) Mary Elizabeth Polly2 Lewis, (Solomon1) was born 1 Jan 1781 in Guilford Co., NC, and married David Rogers, son of John Rogers, <rogers.htm> who was born 3 Oct 1779 in Wythe Co., Va. Mary Elizabeth Polly died on 13 Feb 1880 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co., Tn. David died on 14 Sep 1871 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co., Tn.
(9) David F.3 Rogers, (Mary2 Lewis, Solomon1) was born 26 Oct
1813 in Claiborne Co., Tn, and in 1836 in Claiborne Co., Tn, married Elizabeth Hampton,
daughter of Elisha Hampton and Lydie, who was born about 1810 in Stokes Co., NC.
Ancestors of Karen Marie Lewis
Generation No. 7
father of george lewis was: nathaniel lewis, born abt. 1700 irleand mother was elvira helton born abt. 1710 in ireland. Charles lewis born april, 9 1776 was brother of fielding.father of fielding was: George Lewis born 1738, wilkes co, nc christened 1777 64. Fielding Lewis, born May 15, 1768 in Virginia; died August 06, 1852 in Sandlick, TN. He was the son of 128. Lewis. He married 65. Mary Gambill 1790 in Wilkes County, North Carolina.
65. Mary Gambill, born 1773 in Virginia; died 1852 in Sandlick, TN. She was the daughter of 130. William Gambill, Sr. and 131. Mary Johnson Wash.
Researched by Karen Paramore, November 1, 1995 in Claiborne County Library, Tazewell, Tennessee.
Excerpt from "Old Time Tazewell" by Mary A Hansford. She wrote sketches of the people she remembered who lived in Tazewell before 1850.
Fielding Lewis, Sr. came to Tennessee in an early day. He was a native of North Carolina. He owned a large boundary of land about 7 miles west of Tazwell, known as the Sandlick. David Carr is living at the old homestead of said Lewis at present. He was a very wealthy man. He owned many hundred acres of land adjoining the Sandlick farm. He owned many servants also, and what was best of all, he was highly esteemed as an honorable man and a first-class citizen. His wife was Miss Mary Gambol. They raised a family of six sons and six daughters: William, George, Jessee, James, Peter and Charles. The daughters were Elizabeth, Polly, Sallie, Franky, Isabel and Martha.
From "Pioneer Lewis Families, rev July 5, 1992"
This is a revision of data on Fielding Lewis previously shown in Pioneer Lewis Families with corrections and additions included.
b. in Virginia May 15, 1768 (not 1767) according to an entry in a notebook kept by his grandson, 8L521 Christopher James "Kit" Lewis in which Kit entered the birth and death dates for several of his relatives. See page 731, Vol V for a copy of the original as written by Kit. This notebook is now in the possession of William (Bill) Beaver, Granby, Missouri, a grandson of 8L1171 Mary Frances (Lewis) Capps.
Fielding Lewis died August 26, 1852 at Sandlick, near Tazwell Tennessee, according to a letter written from Elizabeth (Moore) Lewis, the wife of 8L504 Charles Lewis, son of Fielding Lewis. He was buried at the Head of the Barren Church Cemetery, but the exact location is not known, if a tombstone existed, it was probably destroyed during the Civil War by soldiers that occupied the church. The names of the parents of Fielding Lewis and where they lived in Virginia have not been proven. One family tradition is that 8L102 David Lewis had a son, Fielding, who disappeared while living near Winchester, Virginia. A part of this same tradition is that there was another son, 8L225a David Lewis, but this also was not proven. Another somewhat different family tradition is told by Rosanne Lewis McCandless. She states that Elizabeth "Betsey" Moore Lewis, wife of Charles , that Fielding Lewis was born in or near Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania County, VA. George Lewis 833L100 George Lewis could be father or uncle of Fielding Lewis who had formerly lived in Culpeper County, VA before moving to Wilkes County, NC just prior to 1777 which is about the same time that George Lewis first appeared in Wilkes County, NC. The William Gamble family also lived in Wilkes County, NC.
Letter from Isham G. Leabow to William Lewis, August 24 ,1933
"My mother at one time told me that her grandfather, Fielding Lewis told her that he came here from Virginia. That his Uncle George told him and his brothers about the fine lands he had surveyed in Kentucky; that when they got to Cumberland Gap, they heard of a settlement at Fort Butler...and that they went from the Gap down to Fort Butler to stay a few days. While there he concluded to locate there, that his brothers went on into Kentucky and he went with them as far as the Cumberland River. That his brothers went up the River and William said he would go on to Boonesboro, that he'd never seen or heard from them afterwards...
"There is a grave of a John Lewis in the graveyard hear the Methodist Church at Chad, about 2 miles blow the present town of Cumberland. My recollection is that he died near 1850 and I am of the opinion that he was the brother that came with Fielding from Virginia. There are many Lewises now in Harlan. They claim there are two sets of them that cannot trace their relationships. But many of them are descendants of the John mentioned...Mother did not say that his Uncle George he mentioned claimed to be George Washington, but Washington did survey a great many tracts of land in Kentucky and practically every river bottom in Pell and Harlan Counties above Pineville. A similar account about Fielding's first trip to Tennessee is given by Martha Moore Jordan, Route 4 Box 4605, Stigler, OK 74462, in her treatise on SAMUEL MOORE, HIS FAMILY AND DESCENDANTS.
"Fielding was raised in North Carolina and in 1790-1791 married Mary Gamble, born 1773 Virginia. Allegedly, Fielding and his two brothers left for Kentucky ca 1792-1793. They arrived at the Clinch River in Tennessee too late at night to cross over. After spending the night, Fielding looks over the land and decides to stay. The two brothers continue on and nothing more is recorded of them "
While these two accounts of the trip to Tennessee varies in some of the details, the essential facts are the same and lend credence to this being how Fielding, ca 1792 or 1793, moved his family Westward across the Blue Ridge Mountains to Sandlick, about 7 miles West of Tazewell, TN.,in then Granger, now Claiborne County, TN. where the lived the rest of their lives. It should be noted that the Clinch River is about 25 miles from the Cumberland Gap and that Tazwell is located between the Clinch River and the Gap and is very likely the area where Fielding and his brothers spent some time before John and William went on into Kentucky and Fielding never saw them again.
While 2 of Fielding's brothers have possibly been identified, based largely on family traditions, Fielding's parents and sisters are still unidentified. However there are two additional items of data that may eventually help to identify them. It is known that Fielding had at least two sisters living in North Carolina in 1850 when Fielding went from his home in Sandlick, TN to North Carolina to visit them. A letter dated November 18, 1850, written by one of Fielding's sons to another son, Charles Lewis, Linn Co., MO said:
"Brother Charles I will now say something concerning your father and mother. They are well as much as people of their age. The old man went, this fall, to North Carolina to see his sisters and found them well, so I am informed." In this letter, there is no mention as to their names, where they lived, etc.
There is a possibility that Fielding's name was not just Fielding Lewis, but T. Fielding Lewis. On May 16, 1870, Fieding purchased for $1.00 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, a book 'HISTORY OF VIRGINIA by J. W. Campbell, published by J. W. Campbell in 1813. Some of the handwritten entries, apparently made by Fielding, seem to indicate his name was T. Fielding Lewis. This HISTORY OF VIRGINIA book passed from Fielding to his son 8L503 George Washington Lewis, to his son 8L521 Christopher James Lewis, to his son 8L1174 George Erwin Lewis and is now in the possession of Mrs. Dixie Haase, Granby, MO.
If his name was actually T. Fielding Lewis, it could explain why his son 8L317 Fielding Lewis when writing letters, even before his father's death, never signed his letters as Fielding Lewis, Jr. as was true in his May 8, 1852 letter to his cousin "Alphred" which was signed merely "Fielding Lewis."
When reviewing Clairborne County Court records for 1800-1840, there were many instances where Fielding Lewis was appointed Juror of Circuit Court sessions. Most of those notations were to appoint Fielding Lewis as a "Jury" membor to "view and lay out" various roads in the surrounding area. It is obvious that in addition to a landowner, Fielding had expertise as a surveyor as did decendants of Betty Washington Lewis and Fielding Lewis. George Washington's main profession was that of a surveyor.
Children of Fielding Lewis and Mary Gambill are:
i. Elizabeth Lewis, married Elijah Harp 1838.
ii. Francis Lewis, married Nathan Moore.
iii. Martha Patsy Lewis.
iv. Mary Ann "Polly" Lewis, married Samuel Moore.
v. Sally Lewis, married Enoch Simmons.
vi. William Lewis, born August 27, 1792 in Gloucester County, VA; died August 28, 1871 in Tazewell, TN; married Sarah Boyers November 1813 in Claiborne County, TN.
vii. Charles Lewis, born November 04, 1796; died January 26, 1853 in Maryville, CA; married Elizabeth "Besty" Moore.
viii. Jesse Lewis, born November 04, 1796; died in Newton County, MO.
ix. Isabel Lewis, born 1804; died 1860.
32 x. George Washington Lewis, born April 29, 1806; died December 24, 1888; married (1) Cyntha Fulps September 16, 1848 in Tazewell, TN; married (2) Sarah Bullard 1825.
xi. Fielding Lewis, born June 27, 1811.
xii. James Lewis, born February 13, 1814; died November 1872 in Missouri; married Nancy Montgomery.
66. John Bullard, Sr., born 1765 in Greene County, TN. He was the son of 132. Joseph Bullard and 133. Martha. He married 67. Nancy Bowyer.
67. Nancy Bowyer, born 1770 in Pennsylvania; died 1852 in Claiborne County, TN. She was the daughter of 134. Luke Bowyer.
Researched by Karen Paramore, November 1, 1995 in Claiborne County Library, Tazewell, Tennessee.TN (additions and corrections by Richard Wright, 5/2001)
Excerpt from "Bullard Family" lineage
John Bullard, Sr. was born ca 1760-1770. I am not certain of his birthplace, but his father, Joseph, was in Greene County Tennessee as early as 1776. John was living with or near his mother, Martha, in Jefferson County, Tennessee after the death of his father. John appears in Grainer County Court records as early as 1798 and later in Claiborne County. I am including a copy of his will and a chronological list of court records. John was married to nancy ?? who was born in Pennsylvania in 1770. Nancy died in 1851-52 in Claiborne Clounty. It is possible Nancy could be the daughter of Luke Bowyer, an early Tennessee lawyer although I do not have documentation.
Will of John Bullard, Sr. Book M. Page 114, Claiborne County, Tennessee Administration papers - 17 January 1834. This will is copied with the original spelling and punctuation:
John Bullard Sr.
State of Tennessee
We Hugh Graham of Clairborne County and John Cocke of Grainger County being chosen by Joseph Bullard, Henry Bullard, Isaac Bullard, William Bullard, John Bullard, Boyer Bullard, Christopher B. Bullard, Woolry Buler who intermarried with Anna Bullard, Elizabeth McMahon, Alfred Moore who intermarried with Huldy Bullard, George Lewis who intermarried with Sarah Bullard, Barnet Hecklin who intermarried with martha Bullard Children and heirs of John Bullard deceased and Nancy Bullard widow of said John Bullard Deceased have in compliance with said appointment taken upon themselves the Burten there of do make the following award and divisions First because some of said heirs have heretofore Received Lands on advancement and inwordothers of parts prefer that no land should be awarded them and other less lands may be awarded them, it is ordered and awarded that all to whom lands are not here in awarded shall receive in current Bank noted a sum in addition to what they and each of them have heretofore received that shall make the Share of each equal deducting the amount apposite their names on a paper written by hugh Graham, headed September 1834 and marked at the bottom by John Cocke advancements.
It is awarded that Nancy Bullard have her dower in the land of her husband John Bullard out of the home tract to be measured and laid off to her so as to include the Dwelling house, a part of the land on the River and up the road with the free and uninterrupted use of the Spring at all times, the said Dower to contain twenty acres in the middle of the Bottom extending from the River back to the fence at the road leading down the river and to be equal in width on the Road and River then to include fifteen acres of the cleared land past the said road up towards Tazwelll and North of the main road and also that said Dower include the free and uninterrupted use of fire wood and timber necessary to keep the fences to be taken from the house tract wherever the said Nancy may think proper to take the same
22 It is awarded that Woolry Buler and wife Anna have three fourths of the tract of land on the South side of Clinch River to be taken off the upper end of said tract to run from River and as near as may be parallel with the River and the upper line of the tract.
33 It is awarded that Elizabeth McMahan have the other forth of said tract and also the tract on the north side of Clinch River called the Joe tract and that she account with the other heirs for four hundred dollars being the estimated value of said two tracts to be deducted out of her share of the estate.
4TH IT IS AWARDED THAT GEORGE LEWIS AND WIFE SARAH HAVE THE MILL TRACT AND THAT THEY ACCOUNT WITH THE OTHER HEIRS FOR FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS, THE ESTIMATED VALUE OF SAID MILL TRACT.
5th It is further awarded that Alfred moore and wife Huldy have the lower end of the hom tract up the Robinsons Branch running up the Branch to the mud lick hollow then to the back line of the tract across the ridges towards the Sand Lick Road.
6th It is awarded that the Residue of the home tract be equally divided between Bowyer Bullard and Christopher B Bullard. Bowyer Bullard to have the upper end of the tract, and Christopher B. Bullard to have the lower end to be divided from the River bank to the line next Tazaelll and to run as to divide according to quality and quantity subject however to the dower of Nancy Bullard the widow and the said Boyer v Christopher account with the other heirs for eleven hundred and fifty dollars each being the estimated value of the lands awarded them.
7th It is further awarded that Nancy Bullard in addition to what is already awarded her have the free use of the sugar camp and Orchard above the creek being the same she hs heretofore used.
8th It is further awarded that the other heirs have no lands awarded them because it is the desire of all that they should have money in lien of lands to be paid to them in current Bank notes after deducting the sums each and every of said heirs received agreeable to the names above referred to which is made a part of this award.
Given under our hands and Seals this 26th day of March 1836.
Children of John Bullard and Nancy Bowyer are:
33 i. Sarah Bullard, died 1845; married George Washington Lewis 1825.
ii. Henry Bullard.
iii. Christopher B. Bullard.
iv. Joseph Bullard.
v. William Bullard, born in Claiborne County, TN; married Bethena Posey.
vi. Elizabeth Bullard, married John McMahon.
vii. Ann Bullard, married Wolberry Buler.
viii. Martha Bullard, married Barnett Hicklen.
ix. Maluda Bullard, married Alfred Moore.
x. Bowyer, born 1796 in Tennessee; died in Missouri; married Elizabeth Hodges.
xi. Isaac Bullard, born 1796 in Tennessee; married Elizabeth.
xii. John Bullard, Jr., born December 11, 1806 in Tennessee; died December 13, 1876 in Ellis County, TX; married Permelia Hodges.
88. Andrew Edmondson, born 1796 in Washington County, VA25; died 1869 in Claiborne County, TN26. He was the son of 176. William Edmondson and 177. Martha Edmondson. He married 89. Susannah Debusk January 17, 1817 in Washington County, VA27.
89. Susannah Debusk, born 180028; died 188529. She was the daughter of 178. Elijah Debusk and 179. Catherine Rouse.
Child of Andrew Edmondson and Susannah Debusk is:
44 i. Elijah Edmondson, Sr., born 1819 in Washington County, VA; died March 22, 1863 in Claiborne County, TN; married Catherine Owens 1837 in Washington County, VA.
90. Ruben Owens, born 178530; died 184531. He married 91. Margaret Widener.
91. Margaret Widener, born 179332; died February 08, 188033. She was the daughter of 182. John Widener and 183. Mary Rouse.
Children of Ruben Owens and Margaret Widener are:
45 i. Catherine Owens, born September 10, 1820 in Washington County, VA; died August 31, 1895 in Claiborne County, TN; married Elijah Edmondson, Sr. 1837 in Washington County, VA.
ii. Alexander Owens.
92. Rueben Owens, born 1785; died 1845. He married 93. Margaret Widener.
93. Margaret Widener, born 1793; died February 08, 1890. She was the daughter of 186. John Widener and 187. Mary Rouse.
Child of Rueben Owens and Margaret Widener is:
46 i. Alexander Owens, born 1814 in Washington County, VA; died 1835 in Washington County, VA; married Elizabeth Rebecca Robinson.
The Doherty family belongs to that group of clans, known in the Celtic genealogy as Cinel Connell, whose homeland was called Dirconnell, modern county Donegal. These clans trace their origins to Conall Gulban, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, High King of Ireland, A. D. 379. The ancient Gaelic name, O'Dochartaigh, is variously anglicized as Dogherty, O'Doherty, Dogherty and Daugherty. The original territory of the sept was the barony of Raphone and their stronghold was at Ardmire. Later they extended their way over all Innishown, the peninsula most commonly associated with the Doherty name today. The Annals of the Four Masters record one O'Doherty Chieftan as the chief of all Tirconnel in 1179, A. D. Despite their dispersal and confiscation of their lands, the descendants of the Doherty clan today stands 15th in the list of commonest surnames in Ireland.
Owen Doherty,1797, County Louth, IrelandPosted by: Ursula Sellers Is anyone researching the Doherty Family in County Louth, Ireland, My g g grandfather Owen came to America before 1829, I am trying to find out when he immigrated and who his parents were. Re: Owen Doherty,1797, County Louth, Ireland Posted by: Cindy Durkin Spheeris
My g.g.grandfather was an Owen Doherty. He lived in Scranton PA when his children were born. My g.grandmother, Anna, was born in 1874, she had 2 sisters, Margaret and Bess and 1 brother, Jerome. May have lived in Lackawana County. The name Gilmartin is involved somewhere along the line too. Any of this sound familiar?
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Owen Doherty from County Louth, Ireland, came to America before 1829-1832. His parents were Hugh Doherty and Mary Burns.
Line traced to Donegal, Ireland
**********Irishowen in Donegal.....OWEN was popular given name for Doherty
SONG about Lord Cahir O'Dogherty
In the north, by summer's light
Upon the Hills of Castle Green
the singer's tells how heritage was sown
There once is the land of Inishowen
At sixteen, Cahir did see his father slain
When the Spanish fleets, they never came
and there in the year Sixteen- o- one
he became Chief of Kinel-Owen
Fostered was he by cousin Macdevitt's clan
Then came the Flight of Earls
So, I hear the stories of families I never knew
So along the lines of Belfast, that once did divide
Castle Green, Island of Owen, Burt Castle, Buncrana Castle, Red Castle, Culmore,Inch Island. Property of Lord of Innishowen
August, 1990, during the ODochartaigh Clan Gathering, the Rock of Doon, (near Kilmaccrennan) where Sir Cahir ODogerty was slain- the inauguration of Doctor Ramon S. ODogherty, of Cadiz, Spain, as the 37th Chieftain of the Clan, the first since the death of Cahir Rua in 1608. He had proven his direct decendancy from the brother of Sir Cahir Rua who fled Donegal in the Flight of the Earls.
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FAIRLESS, GEORGE CAMER, ALMA B JOHNSON 11/21/1897 002/0024 00000782
FAIRLESS, JOHN F FARLESS, SARAH E JOHNSON 06/20/1872 00B/0435
FAIRLESS, LEVI WALKER, MALISSA JOHNSON 02/20/1878 001/0003 00000028
FAIRLESS, LEVI WALKER, MALISSA JOHNSON 02/20/1878 00D/0003 00000028
FAIRLESS, W C ALLEN, ALICE R JOHNSON 10/12/1887 001/0123 00000150
FAIRLESS, WILEY C FERRELL, NOLA WILLIAMSON 01/10/1900 I /460
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FARLESS, ALVIN MCKENZIE, MAGGIE GALLATIN 11/11/1890 00E/0365
FARLESS, CHARLTON DAVIS, ALICE JOHNSON 02/28/1875 00C/0035
FARLESS, COLUMBUS SHORY, SALLY WHITE 01/03/1850 003/
FARLESS, J D SHARP, JANE JOHNSON 01/30/1862 00A/0230
FARLESS, J D MILLER, MARY A JOHNSON 06/25/1890 001/0159 00000605
FARLESS, JAMES BUCKHANNON, PARTHENA JOHNSON 01/13/1841 /0144
FARLESS, JAMES DELAP, JULIA ANN WHITE 11/09/1871 008/
FARLESS, JAMES H LAWRENCE, SARAH JOHNSON 04/03/1862 00A/0243
FARLESS, JAMES ROBERT CLAYTON, MARY JOHNSON 09/04/1881 00D/0045 00000582
FARLESS, JOHN F ALLEN, MARY M WHITE 09/07/1890 017/
FARLESS, LEVI WALKER, MALISSA JOHNSON 02/20/1878 00D/0443
FARLESS, LEVI WALKER, MALISSA JOHNSON 02/20/1878 00D/0003 00000028
FARLESS, MARION F SHARP, ELLEN Z JOHNSON 03/24/1898 002/0029 00000842
FARLESS, MARTIN SMITH, ELIZA JANE JOHNSON 04/04/1844 00B/0216
FARLESS, RICHARD S DUNN, ELIZABETH JOHNSON 09/06/1855 00B/0378
FARLESS, ROBERT RODGERS, SARAH F GALLATIN 09/24/1876 00C/0163
FARLESS, WILLIAM C BRADLEY, MARY M JOHNSON 10/11/1874 00D/0021
FARLESS, WILLIAM C C CHEAK, SYDNIA A JOHNSON 05/30/1872 00B/0429
FARLESS, WILLIAM T DEPAYSTER, MARY ANN JOHNSON 05/31/1886 001/0105 00001353
FARLESS, WM T DEPOISTER, CATHARINE JOHNSON 02/25/1875 00D/0030
Farlis, Martin married Simmons, Ibby ------ johnson county 06/14/1849 00B/0283
Farless Martin married Smith, Eliza Jane ------ johnson county 04/04/1844 00B/0216
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FARLIS, JAMES GRISSOM, EASTER JOHNSON 06/14/1866 00A/0590
FARLIS, MARTIN SIMMONS, IBBY JOHNSON 06/14/1849 00B/0283
FARLISS, FRANKLIN BEASLEY, MARY ANN MRS GALLATIN 12/20/1863 A/ 300
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Butler county Missouri federal census 1920 located on pages 055a-58b martin farliss
HERSEL FARLIS 13 Sep 1898 Oct 1965 (Missouri) (none specified) 490-03-6749 Missouri
Seminole War, 1836
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Private Robert Farlis sumner county tennessee
I have a Willie Farless in my line who's parents were JOHN FARLESS and BETTY LOU HARROD. John's parents were MARTIN FARLESS and ? Mary Dalton. Martin was married 2 or 3 times. Would love to compare information.
My GGG Grandfather is William Farless, Sr., born ca. 1800. He married Mary Creeley and had two sons: Martin and James, both born in Warren County, Tennessee in the 1830s. Does anyone know anything about him? Did he have other children? Who were his parents? Where was he born? This portion of my family tree ends here, and I'd love to know more about him and especially his ancestors.Thanks!I also have a Willie Farless in my family line. I believe that yours is farther back.
I have a Willie Farless who is the child of John Farless and Betty Lou Harrod. Does this fit in your line. They are from the Cannon Warren and Coffee County area of Tennessee. I show that Martin Farless was John's father.
cocke county 1836 taxes paid by a farlis-
NAME: Farless, James M. PENSION #: S14717 COUNTY: Warren UNIT: 4th (McLemore's) Cav. tennessee
farlis #338 jefferson county tennessee-
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