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Comment by Dawn on December 4, 2012 at 7:22am

Cherie  - Have you ever come across a Milton Jack? He would have been born and lived in Tennessee (I can't remember the exact area at the moment).

Comment by Dawn on January 3, 2010 at 8:01pm
Greetings! My 2x great grandmother was Luna Leota Jack, born 1868 in Illinois. Luna married Walter Emmett Sharp.

Luna's parents were William M. Jack (born 1838 in Blackford Co., Indiana) and Nancy Catherine Jenkins. William's parents were Joshua Jack (born 1815 in Grainger Co., Tennessee) and Elizabeth O'Neal.

Would love to hear from anyone who believes that there may be a connection!
Comment by Cherie Gardner on November 8, 2009 at 11:56am
PA to NC to East TN

I relate to a Samuel Jack in East TN (Greene & Jefferson counties) in the late 1700s (died 1803). He md a Mary (Polly) Barry sister to Hugh Barry(d1789 Greene co TN) s/o Hugh Barry s/o Andrew Barry of Cecil co MD & Anson co NC.
This Samuel Jack was in the saddlery trade and a Hugh Benjamin Barry s/o his wife's bro Hugh (d1789) was apprenticed to him.

There is a Capt James Jack who delivered the NC Mecklenburg Declaration by horseback to Thomas Jefferson in 1775. Supposedly he is the son of Patrick Jack (1700-80) of Charlotte, NC. These Jacks migrated from PA (near Chambersburg, Franklin co, PA in 1760 to Charlotte, Mecklenburg co NC. I have a record that says that Capt James Jacks only sons Robt & John remained in PA (1760) and md sisters who were daughters of of Robert Rush.

Does anyone know more about the descendants of Patrick father of Capt. James Jack?

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