"Yes, we did see the Tim Mcgraw episode. If they had followed one of his other lines, they would have came to Carter County. Yes, I am on Ancestry. (The Mann Family Tree) There, you will find a lot of the Nave/Bowers connections to Carter County. My…"
"I still have not found where Joseph came from, but I'm still looking. Do you have the picture of Valentine and Abigail scanned that you could send me. I would be so very much appreciated. I have a family tree at…"
"This is my relationship to John Teter Nave.
John T Nave (1829 - 1888)
is your 1st cousin 5x removed
Jemima STOVER (1798 - 1876)
Mother of John T
Daniel STOVER (1775 - 1849)
Father of Jemima
MARY LINCOLN STOVER (1797 -…"
"I don't know if you have found anything since you have posted this. I have a copy of a photo with Valentine Bowers and Abigail Buck in it along with several other members of the Watauga Valley Baptist Church that was in the Hunter area of…"
"It wasn't John Teter Bowers Nave who married Elizabeth Taylor, it was his son Teter Nave. They married in Carter County 17 August 1879 (Carter County marriage licenses, Roll 61, Book: Feb. 1876-Dec. 1886, page 305, Tennessee State Library and…"
"I was born and raised in Cater County, East Tennessee. My paternal grandparents and many aunts, uncles and cousins still live there.
My grandmother is Ruth Emaline Nave Elliott.
- daughter of George Nave and Mary Bowers
- grandaughter of William…"
"I am researching the Valentine Bowers and Abigail Buck line. Their daughter Lavisa married Joseph Paxton at Carter County, Tn and then relocated to Missouri living in an around Worth and Gentry County Their son John Nave Paxton, was the great…"
"There is a book called Map Guide to the US Federal Census (or such like; I don't own a copy yet, and I'm depending on memory) by Thorndale and Dollarhide. It has maps keyed to every US census from 1790 to (I think) 1920. Don't know if…"
"I've seen the ancestry information. Family lore -- including my late uncle Jack Packard and probably his siblings from whom some of the other researchers/posters are descended -- said Hamilton, Vermont, too, but I have no evidence that he or…"
"My Nave/Naves ancestors are a bit of a mystery. My earliest Naves (they used the names Nave and Naves interchangably) is Thomas Naves (b. 1823 somewhere in Kentucky; d. 5 Jun 1866 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky) He shows up in the 1850 census in…"
My Nave ancestors hailed from East Tennessee (and, as we know, farther back all the way to Switzerland). But Tennessee became their stomping grounds, and for my line, also Indiana.John T. B. Nave was my great-great grandfather, and his son Teter "Tete" Nave was my great-grandfather. Teter Nave was born in Tennessee and died in Logansport, Cass County, Indiana, in 1909. From all I have been able to gather so far, Teter Nave and his wife Elizabeth "Lizzie" Taylor had only one child, a daughter…See More