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Peter Arney 1772-1845

Started by Stan Arney May 19, 2013.

My Tennessee Ancestors from my Paternal Line with wives

Started by Stan Arney Feb 27, 2013.

Need ideas of alternative sources besides the US Federal Census 2 Replies

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Comment by Bill McGroom on February 10, 2010 at 6:42pm
I am trying to find out about my GGGrandfather Jasper Atchley who was born in East Tennessee about 1825. I find no record of him till 1847 when he married Elizabeth Wells, also from East Tennessee. They were married in Madison County Alabama. I have found her lineage all the way back to England and France. I have reason to believe that Jasper's first name might have been James but I'm not sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Comment by Heather Isbell Kramer on February 10, 2010 at 12:59am
Just created a group for the Descendants of the Watauga Association that includes some resources. Check it out!
Comment by S. Chief Rainbolt on February 8, 2010 at 11:51am
AS for early tennessee settlers, I only work on The Rainbolt's and the
Dugger's. Which is Carter co. , Johnson co, Giles co. Tn.

Which is northeast Tn. Today. In 1700's it was Washington co. Nc.
one of the fisrt to pass thru was Daneil Boone and then
the Duggers. S. Chief Rainbolt
Comment by S. Chief Rainbolt on February 8, 2010 at 11:41am
This post is for everyone !!!

A verey good website for any name is : www.pilot.familysearch,org
just type any last name if you want or type in what you have.
You will be amazed at what come up.

IT'S A MUST TRY !!!!!!!!! pilotmake sure you type in the dot after pilot

Regards S. Chief Rainbolt
Comment by Ron White on December 22, 2009 at 4:50pm
Would love to talk to someone who knows a little about Weakly Co., Tn. I am looking for my line of White's. We have Thomas Jefferson White b. abt.1820 in Weakly Tn. but have not been able to find him for sure. Any help would be great..
Comment by Donna Atkinson on October 23, 2009 at 12:10pm
Looking for families that are related to Robert Cowan b. 1744. He lived in Sullivan County, Tn until 1826 and is buried in the Old Delaney Cemetery (which I understand has a different name today). Will take about any information. DNA makes him not a member of any of the Philadelphia Cowans in the same area. He is more like a McDonald in dna. His wife was a daughter of General George Rutledge. Her name was Nancy. I have the line all the way back to him and it has been reproven for 30 years but the dna threw us a loop.
Comment by Donna Atkinson on October 23, 2009 at 12:03pm
Letting anyone that is interested there is a website called titlesearcher that has all the deeds (almost) from Washington County, Tn scanned in. There is a 7 day free trial period, then the website costs $35/monthly. There is a cost of about $2.00 for copies/page I think. I will know more later when I try it out. I have 16 deeds in that county and have copies of about 9 in Sullivan County. Hunting hard for a man who was suppose to be Scotch-Irish but think he is Scot and may have come into the country in Charleston???
Comment by Stephen Allan Patrick on September 10, 2009 at 10:59am
I am researching many families who lived in Tipton County Tennessee. I made a discovery in the 1860 US Census that indicated that one of my ancestor families had several children, previously unmentioned.

James McLister [spelled McLeaster in the 1860 Census record] and wife Margaret are listed as having a male child, A. McLeaster, age 10 (1850) born SC ... and daughter H McLeaster, age 3, (1857) born TN.

The only child of James and Margaret McLister that i have on record is William Alexander McLister (1864-1919) who is my great-grandfather. I hope someone else may have some indication of these other children. If they survived would have been 20 and 13 respectively in the 1870 Census, but they are only listed in the 1860 Census.

Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
Comment by Betty Vaughn on August 20, 2009 at 10:42am
Hey would love to stay and have a good southern/Texas conversation but I gots to go warsh the dishes and wrench them. See Ya!!
Betty Jo
Comment by S. Chief Rainbolt on August 14, 2009 at 3:47pm
hi shirley:
long time no talk. just dropped by to say hello. Then
see your photo. I am not posting one of mine.
Love e. Tn. , but I can only talk ifn yuin speak E. Tenn.
just a few words :
moe tail ---motel , hee yull--hill , rat fur piece--far, holler--small community. Ok you all pass.
Regards : S. Chief Rainbolt
washata lily washata

1st test Q. In what exact holler did joseph Rainbolt
sr. die 1799 in
A. carter co. Tn. at the Watuaga River
B. washington co. Nc. at Roans creek
C. Old butler Tn. at the Watauga river & Roans
creek.
 

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