1 edition of Descendants of Captain Robert Sevier [ca. 1749-1780] of Tennessee found in the catalog.
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Capt. Robert Sevier & Kesiah Robertson: Sidney Sevier was born either in or in Virginia and is said to have been the sister of John Sevier, first governor of Tennessee. I have never been able to verify that Sidney Sevier was the sister of Gov. John Sevier. A number of descendants. Sevier County (pronounced "severe") is a U.S. county of the state of Tennessee, United States. The county seat is at Sevierville, the largest city in the county. Prior to the encroachment of white settlers in present day Sevier County in the midth century, the area had been inhabited for as many as 20, years by nomadic and semi-nomadic.
Sevier County, Tennessee Map (Source: My Genealogy Hound) Military Records and Histories Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services, Sevier . Later they were married and he took his bride to Sevier County, Tennessee to live." So now we find that Mary "Polly" Ann Wilson was not the wife of Edmond McMahan but she was the wife of James Balford, ‘Jim Bally’ McMahan. Polly was over 97 when she passed away and is buried in the Aaron Proffitt Cemetery, Sevier County, Tennessee.
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] of Tennessee by Stoops, Mary D. Waldrop (Mary DeForest Waldrop) Publication date Pages: Early Washington County, Tennessee. ROBERT SEVIER appears on Captain Evan Shelby's company list of Jso it is known that Robert Sevier followed his brother, Valentine, to the new frontier, and preceded John Sevier.
Valentine Sevier, II, was one of the first white men to settle on the Holston. Original data: Stoops, Mary D. Waldrop. Descendants of Captain Robert Sevier of Tenn.: b. probablyd. Chicago, Ill.: unknown, Descendants of Captain Robert Sevier of Tenn. E-book, PDF format.
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Waldrop Stoops. Captain Robert Sevier, - Robert Sevier Virginia North Carolina Robert Sevier was born inat birth place, Virginia, to Valentine ("The Immigrant") Sevier and Joanna (Johanna Sevier Joanna Goode) Sevier (born Goad).
from The Annals of Tennessee by James Gettys McGready Ramsey. On Monday, the 19th of January,the Indians killed Robert Sevier and William Sevier, sons of Valentine Sevier, who lived at the mouth of Red River, near the present site of Clarkesville; they had gone to the relief of the distressed families on the Cumberland River, who had sent an express for assistance; the officers of.
According to his pension application, made 11 Dec in Washington County, Tennessee, he was born in in Virginia, and enlisted in the North Carolina troops while living in that part of North Carolina which became Tennessee inin his uncle Capt.
Robert SEVIER'S company and was in the battle of King's Mountain where Capt. Robert. Entry Book - 5th Survey District Book "A" - Grants NumberedLand Sales & Tracts COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX TN, $ Fifth Survey District of Tennessee: Grants- Volume "C" COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX Pages, "x11", Maps, Full Name Index, Softcover TN, $ Sevier County, TN Marriages.
Hand-book of Tennessee By A. Hawkins, Henry E. Colton Sevierville: According to the Illustrated Dictionary of Place Names, this city, like the county, takes its name from a statesman who influenced the formation of the state of Tennessee, John Sevier ().
Sevier County, Tennessee ancestry, family history, and genealogy research page. Guide to Sevier County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records, newspapers, and obituaries.
Sevier Family Genealogy Forum (Source: ) SEVIER Genealogy of Sevier, Severe, Xavier. SEVIER Mailing List Homepage (Source: RootsWeb) Maps and Gazetteers.
Distribution of Sevier surname in UK in and Select "surname search" in upper right ; Sevier Surname Meaning & Statistics (Source: Forebears) Sevier family on MyHeritage. Source:Descendants of Captain Robert Sevier of Tennessee Marriage Notes for JONATHAN TIPTON and KEZIAH ROBERTSON: Ina charge of Adultery was brought against Jonathan and Keziah.
They were found not guilty. However, no record of marriage has been found and no record of divorce has come to light regarding Jonathan and Frances.
Sevierville Genealogy (in Sevier County, TN) USA (1,) > Tennessee (37,) > Sevier County () > Sevierville (87). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.
Biography. John Sevier, Jr. was born J in Frederick County, Virginia. He was the son of John Sevier, Sr. & Sarah Jane Hawkins. John Sevier, Jr. married Elizabeth Conway on J in Greene County, Tennessee.
She was the daughter of Henry Conway & Sarah Sevier, Jr.'s bond was $1, and was signed by his father, John Sevier, : This Capt. Robert Sevier was the father of Major Charles Sevier whose biography I am writing. John Sevier, brother of Capt. Robert Sevier, was chosen as the first governor of Tennessee.
After the death of his brother, Robert, he took his son, Charles, away and put him to work with a hatter at Greenville. Genealogy of more t Smoky Mountain Tennessee families including many stories and photos.
Sevier County Civil War Soldiers & Units List compiled by Patsy Bradford, Director, Sevier County Heritage Museum, in and supplemented by researchers. Additions and corrections to these lists may be sent to the Webmistress using the Contacts link in the Menu.
" State of Tennessee Commission Book I, " Smoky Mountain Historical Society Newslet no. 2 (): Read more about State of Tennessee Commission Book I, Sevier County, Tennessee Message Boards () read and post messages about your ancestors in Sevier County Sevier County, Tennessee Genealogy Forum () Genealogical "Fact Sheets" About Sevier County () The purpose of these fact sheets is to help determine what sources are available for genealogical.
Knox County (Tennessee) Genealogy Note: is dedicated to helping families find their ancestors through our extensive records directory and genealogy articles. This site is privately owned and is not an official site of FamilySearch International or .Tennessee State Library and Archives: See the Research and Collections page for a discussion of Tennessee vital records, and links to Tennessee Death Indexes covering the years and Tennessee Research Resources.
The organizations listed below provide information about Tennessee history and genealogy.Personal Data the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. John Sevier (Septem Septem ) was an American soldier, frontiersman and politician, and one of the founding fathers of the State of played a leading role, both militarily and politically, in Tennessee's pre-statehood period, and was elected the state's first governor in