I don't recognize any of your names. I have several Jesse Weavers, both male
and female, but the mates don't match. Sorry. Dortha
----- Original Message -----
From: "CHARLOTTE RAMSAY" <CRAMSAY(a)peoplepc.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 9:43 PM
Subject: [ERATH] Dortha, Weaver/McElroy family
Do you happen to have any Weaver and/or McElroy relatives or ancestors
the Mexia and Shiloh area? I have a half, ggaunt Jesse Weaver who
and divorced a McElroy in Limestone County. I believe they all are buried
the Shiloh cemetery.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dortha Greenlee" <dgreen909h(a)cox.net>
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 8:33 PM
Subject: [ERATH] Fw: [LCT] Wells family/ misc data
> Isn't the Govenor Sevier in this e-mail part of your family?
> I have a distant Weaver connection that married Dorothy Reynolds Sevier.
> was born 1887 and died in Weaverville, Buncombe Co., NC. Her parents
> James B Sevier and Mary Reynolds.
> Dortha McElroy Greenlee
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Viginia L. "Ginny" Keefer"
> To: <TNLINCOL-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 6:27 PM
> Subject: [LCT] Wells family/ misc data
> > TN Cousins by Worth S. Ray.
> > page 782
> > Paris, Henry Co TN
> > Civil War musician played all through the war.
> > Jules Wells 5th Regiment.
> > page 769
> > Thompson's Creek in Weakley Co TN
> > Calloway Hardin among first settlers between Middle and South forks
> > page 696
> > Montgomery Co TN
> > Between the years 1800 to 1806 the following deeds to lands in
> > are shown on the old records at the court house.
> > Lardner Clark to Hayden Wells
> > page 695
> > Montgomery Co TN
> > The first settlers of Robertson Co were the Renfro's and their
> > Red River, near the mouth of Carson's Creek included;
> > Moses, Isaac, Joseph and James Renfro
> > The earliest inhabitants of Clarksville in 1794-5 was Daniel James.
> > Colonel Valentine Sevier built a fort or 'Station' on the high ground
> > of the Confluence of the Cumberland and Red Rivers. It still stood
> > book was published in 1950. A Col Sevier became the Governor of TN.
> > First settlers of Montgomery Co from North Carolina included
> > Hayden Wells
> > Page 671
> > Davidson Co TN
> > April 1, 1783, the court met, and members of the court present
> > Hayden Wells
> > William and James Renfro were mentioned in the suit of Olive Shaw
> > Frederick Stump.
> > Williamson Co TN
> > page 613
> > Families buried in the Old Franklin Cemetery included Wells in 1852
> > Roane Co TN
> > page 461
> > One of the most enlightening pages in the early history of Roane Co is
> > in the list of soldiers who enlisted in the Company of Capt. Uriah
> > in 1812. Mrs. WELLS in her 'History of Roane County", pp 33-34 says
> > boys and men gathered about the fifers and drummers in front of the
> > house at Kingston, were bright new silver dollars were spread out on
> > head of the drum, and every man who came forward and picked
> > became a Volunteer in The War of 1812. The information
> > priceless.
> > Solomon Moore, Sergt. age 21, 6 ft 2 in, [even with Hibbards] born in
> > Frederick Co, VA.
> > John Henderson age 19, 5 ft 9 in, born in Burke Co NC.
> > Jeremiah Buchanan, age 45, 5 ft 5 in, born in Benkers? Virginia and
> > his three sons;
> > Hercules Buchanan age 16, 5 ft 11 in born in Montgomery Co VA
> > Moses Buchanan age 14, 5 ft 2 in, born in Montgomery Co VA
> > Jeremiah Buchanan Jr. age 12, 4 ft 9 in born in Montgomery Co VA
> > Page 457
> > For a more detailed account of some of the families in Roane Co TN,
> > Wells History of Roane County, page 146.
> > Page 404
> > Monroe Co TN
> > John Farrar Calloway was from the Upper Yadkin Valley in Wilkes Co NC.
> > third son of John Farrar Calloway and his wife Miss Woodson.
> > He first settled in Knox Co TN for ten years from 1814 to 1826. It has
> > stated that his wife was Mary Cassandra Moore Morrow, dau. of David
> > and sister of Dr. William I.I. Morrow of Madisonville, but Will
> > his book " History of Sweetwater Valley" says his wife was Sarah
> > South Carolina, and the records from the Sweetwater Baptist Ch speak
> > wife as having been called "Sarah ", but the sketch shows that he
> > old Sheriff of Knox Co. The Mary Cassandra M. Moore version was taken
> > "Virkus" and must be, in this case, at least, discounted. Lenior
> > Thomas Howard Calloway, whose father was a brother of John Calloway,
> > live with his uncle until John Calloway moved to Missouri. Thomas
> > Calloway became wealthy and was afterwards President of the
> > Georgia Railroad.
> > John McCormick married Ann Armstrong of the Rogersville Armstrong's [
> > set] and had Susan WELLS McCormick who married Luke Lea [the son of
> > and his Wife Anne Talbot of Grainger Co TN. Luke and Susan Wells
> > were the parents of Susan Lea who became the wife of Thomas Howard
> > page 380 Monroe Co TN
> > Will of Joshua Howard [son of Cornelius Howard and his first wife,
> > Dorsey] was executed July 3, 1738 and proved Sept. 14, 1738
> > Calendar of Wills, Vol. V11, page 256]
> > The name of his wife is not mentioned and there is no reference made
> > in the will, as abstracted. It is claimed that his wife was Joanna
> > but I have not found not verification of this claim. Child Elizabeth
> > married ___ Wells.
> > page 319 Blount Co TN
> > Marriages on records in Blount Co TN include;
> > John Morton to Mary Wells Sept 7, 1820.
> > Page 293 Blount Co TN
> > MASSENBURG Pearson Ray and Martha Montgomery McTeer were parents of
> > Amanda M. Ray md Anderson Wells.
> > Remember most of above happenings were before there was a Lincoln or
> > Co TN so do not discount these Wells right off the bat as not being
> > recognized place in TN.
> > Ginny K
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