William Sherrill IV1

M, #83641, d. between 1758 and 1759
FatherWilliam (IV) Sherrill1 d. 14 Jan 1774
MotherMargaret (?)1 d. 2 Sep 1774
Last Edited19 Nov 2017
     William Sherrill IV married Jean Wilson.1 William Sherrill IV died between 1758 and 1759; Killed by Indians.1

Family

Jean Wilson

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 54.

Samuel Sherrill Jr.1

M, #83643, b. 1748, d. 1791
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited19 Nov 2017
     Samuel Sherrill Jr. married Altha (?)1 Samuel Sherrill Jr. was born in 1748.1 He died in 1791 at Greene Co., Tennessee, USA.1
     Samuel Sherrill Jr. (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1

Family

Altha (?)

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 58.

Susan Sherrill1

F, #83645, b. between 1750 and 1752, d. 1785
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Susan Sherrill was born between 1750 and 1752.1 She married Col. Leroy Taylor, son of William Taylor and Mary Bradford, circa 1772; His 1st wife. Per Sherrill [1994:I:108]: "They were married when LeRoy Taylor was fourteen years old..."2,3 Susan Sherrill died in 1785 at Greene Co., Tennessee, USA.1

Family

Col. Leroy Taylor b. 23 Jul 1758, d. 24 Mar 1834

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 58.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 58, 107.
  3. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 108. Sherrill cites Zella Armstrong, 1918-1933. Notable Southern Families, Vol. III, "Taylor of Tennessee, pp. 120-22.

Col. Leroy Taylor1

M, #83646, b. 23 July 1758, d. 24 March 1834
FatherWilliam Taylor2
MotherMary Bradford2
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Col. Leroy Taylor was born on 23 July 1758 at William Co., Virginia, USA.2 He married Susan Sherrill, daughter of Samuel Sherrill Sr. and Mary Preston Davidson, circa 1772; His 1st wife. Per Sherrill [1994:I:108]: "They were married when LeRoy Taylor was fourteen years old..."3,4 Col. Leroy Taylor married Mary Bradford after 1785; His 2nd wife. His 1st wife d. in 1758.5 Col. Leroy Taylor died on 24 March 1834 at Leesburg, Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 75.5
     Col. Leroy Taylor began military service between 1776 and 1780 at Revolutionary War For more information, see Sherrill [1994:I:106].2

Col. Leroy Taylor (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1 He was per Sherrill [1994:I:58] "He represented Washington County, Tennessee, at its first Territorial Legislature inm 1794 and again in 1796." between 1794 and 1796 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1

Col. Leroy Taylor per Sherrill [1994:I:107]: "Leroy Taylor applied for revolutionary War pension in 1832 at age 74 in washington Co., Tenn. He was awarded $143.33 per anum." in 1832.5

Family 1

Susan Sherrill b. bt 1750 - 1752, d. 1785

Family 2

Mary Bradford

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 58.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 106. Sherrill cites Emmet R. White, 1984. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina: Burke County, Vol. 1, pp. 276-277.
  3. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 58, 107.
  4. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 108. Sherrill cites Zella Armstrong, 1918-1933. Notable Southern Families, Vol. III, "Taylor of Tennessee, pp. 120-22.
  5. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 107. Sherrill cites Emmet R. White, 1984. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina: Burke County, Vol. 1, pp. 276-277.

Adam Sherrill1

M, #83647, b. 1758, d. 1828
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited19 Nov 2017
     Adam Sherrill married Mary (?); his 1st wife.1 Adam Sherrill married Rebecca Kilgore; his 2nd wife.1 Adam Sherrill was born in 1758.1 He died in 1828 at Bledsoe Co., Tennessee, USA.1
     Adam Sherrill (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1
In Samuel Sherrill Sr.'s will dated 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, Adam Sherrill was named as an heir; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.2

Family 1

Rebecca Kilgore

Family 2

Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

Uriah Sherrill1

M, #83650, b. between 1750 and 1755
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Uriah Sherrill died at 1731, Macon Co., North Carolina, USA.1 He married Frances Dobson; his 1st wife.1 Uriah Sherrill married Elizabeth Thompson; his 2nd wife.1 Uriah Sherrill was born between 1750 and 1755 at Rowan Co., North Carolina, USA.2 He died in April 1835 at Macon Co., North Carolina, USA.2
     Uriah Sherrill (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1
In Samuel Sherrill Sr.'s will dated 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, Uriah Sherrill was named as an heir; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.3

Family 1

Elizabeth Thompson

Family 2

Frances Dobson

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 59, 75.
  3. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

John Sherrill1

M, #83653, b. between 1756 and 1762, d. 1823
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited19 Nov 2017
     John Sherrill married Sarah (?)1 John Sherrill was born between 1756 and 1762.1 He died in 1823 at Overton Co., Tennessee, USA.1
     John Sherrill (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1

John Sherrill witnessed the will of Samuel Sherrill Sr. on 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.2

Family

Sarah (?)

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

William Sherrill1

M, #83655, b. circa 1759, d. after 1840
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     William Sherrill married Rebecca Overstreet.1 William Sherrill was born circa 1759.1 He died after 1840 at Walker Co., Georgia, USA; possibly d. in Walker Co., GA.2
     In Samuel Sherrill Sr.'s will dated 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, William Sherrill was named as an heir; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.3

Family

Rebecca Overstreet

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 59, 75.
  3. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill1

F, #83657, b. circa 1760, d. after 1855
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill was born circa 1760.1 She married Isaac Taylor circa 1785; Her 1st husband.2 Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill married Littlepage Sims in 1791; Her 2nd husband.1 Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill married John Robertson after August 1830; Her 3rd husband. Her 2nd husband d. in Aug 1830.1,3 Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill died after 1855 at Blount Co., Alabama, USA; Sherrill [1994I:59] says d. aft 1835 in St. Clair Co., AL. Sherrill [1994I:74] says d. aft 1855 in Blount co., AL.2
     In Samuel Sherrill Sr.'s will dated 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill was named as an heir; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.4

Family 1

Isaac Taylor d. b 1791

Family 2

Littlepage Sims b. 1765, d. Aug 1830

Family 3

John Robertson

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 59, 74.
  3. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Littlepage Sims: https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=179227025. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  4. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

Isaac Taylor1

M, #83658, d. before 1791
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Isaac Taylor married Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill, daughter of Samuel Sherrill Sr. and Mary Preston Davidson, circa 1785; Her 1st husband.2 Isaac Taylor died before 1791; His wife remarried in 1791.1
     Isaac Taylor (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1 He was Surveyor for the first Greene County Court in 1783 at Greene Co., Tennessee, USA.1

Family

Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill b. c 1760, d. a 1855

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 59, 74.

Littlepage Sims1

M, #83659, b. 1765, d. August 1830
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Littlepage Sims was born in 1765 at Virginia, USA.2 He married Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill, daughter of Samuel Sherrill Sr. and Mary Preston Davidson, in 1791; Her 2nd husband.1 Littlepage Sims died in August 1830 at Shelby Co., Alabama, USA; from Find A Grave.com:
     Birth:      1765, Virginia, USA
     Death:      Aug., 1830, Shelby County, Alabama, USA
     He was a Virginian by birth and early Tennessee Indian fighter by necessity a surveyor by profession and a signer of the Alabama Constitution by election. He has been described as "seeming to have been a man of great energy and patriotism who participated in all political activities in both state and country." From notes in Dorothy Sims Bible
     Family links: Children: Littlepage Simms (1806 - 1854)*
     Burial: Non-Cemetery Burial
     Specifically: Burial unknown, Possibly in Montgomary Co. Alabama, this memorial is based on th 1830 Census
     Created by: Eugene Watson
     Record added: May 10, 2017
     Find A Grave Memorial# 179227025.2
     He was one of the signers of the Alabama Constitution at Alabama, USA.1

Littlepage Sims (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1

Family

Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill b. c 1760, d. a 1855

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Littlepage Sims: https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=179227025. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

John Robertson1

M, #83660
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     John Robertson married Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill, daughter of Samuel Sherrill Sr. and Mary Preston Davidson, after August 1830; Her 3rd husband. Her 2nd husband d. in Aug 1830.1,2

Family

Mary Jane "Polly" Sherrill b. c 1760, d. a 1855

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 59.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Littlepage Sims: https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=179227025. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

George Davidson Sherrill1

M, #83661, b. 1761, d. 1840
FatherSamuel Sherrill Sr.1 b. 1 Oct 1725, d. 22 Jun 1800
MotherMary Preston Davidson1
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     George Davidson Sherrill was born in 1761.1 He married Elizabeth Hunt circa 1790 at Franklin Co., Alabama, USA; her 2nd husband.2 George Davidson Sherrill died in 1840 at Coffee co., Tennessee, USA.1
     George Davidson Sherrill (an unknown value) on 7 October 1780 at Battle of King's Mountain, Cherokee Co., South Carolina, USA.1
In Samuel Sherrill Sr.'s will dated 4 June 1800 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, George Davidson Sherrill was named as an heir; Washington, Co, TN, Will Book 1, p. 53:
     I Samuel Sherrill of the county of washington and State of Tennessee being sick and much endiposed in boty but sound mind and memory calling to recolection that it is appointed that all men are to depart this mortal life do make constiltute and ordain this my last Will & testament and do give & Bequeath such wordly goods and property as it has pleased God to possess me with in the following manner, to wit.
     Item - I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Catherine Sevier the wife of John Sevier Senior a negro wench named Rachel & her young child called such about ten weeks old which negro with her increae I give and bequeath unto the said Catherine Sevier and the heirs of her body for ever.
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son Uriah Sherrill one negro man slave named Smart about thirthy five years old
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved son John Sherrill a negro boy called Inn about three years old the son of a wench called Violett
     Item - I give & bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Mary Sims the wife of Littlepage Simms my two negroe woman Jane and Martha
     Item - I give & bueath unto my two well beloved sons George & William Sherrill my plantation and tract of land on which I now live containing as expressed in the original grant two hundred and fifty acres and being the land I purchased from John Sevier the same to be divided in the following manner that is to say beginning on the lwoer corner of the tract being on the River Nolachucky adjoining the lands of John Sevier Senior then running up the river ninety one poles thereto corner, from thence to run nearly a north course as such course as will not include a greater quantity than one hundred acres which is to be formed into One division being the lower and the one adjoining next to the lands of John Secier Senior which land I allot give & bequeath unto my son George Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever, and altogether with the aforesaid land one negro woman names Suck Supposed to be about forty years old.
     Item - I give & bequeath all the remainder of the said tract of land lying above into my son William Sherrill and his heirs and assigns forever and I also give and bequeath unto my son William all my stock of horses, cows & hoggs beasts of every kind whatever and my household furniture of every description that is or may be in my possession at the time of my decease.
Having given unto my son Adam Sherrill two negroes being the proportionate part I have entered for his legacy I now only will and bequeath unto himi the aforesaid Adam three dollars in addition to what I have heretofore given him.
     I do hereby revoke all former willls & testaments that I have at anytime heretofore made ratifying & confirming this as my last Will & Testamient and I do hereby Ordain appoint and constitute my trusty & well beloved friend John Sevier Senr. and William Sherrill my executors of this my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourth day of June in the year of Our Lord One Thosand eight hundred 1800
(Witnesses)Benjamin Were; George Were.3

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 60.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 60, 74.
  3. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 64.

Elizabeth Hunt1

F, #83662
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Elizabeth Hunt married (?) Morgan; her 1st husband.1 Elizabeth Hunt married George Davidson Sherrill, son of Samuel Sherrill Sr. and Mary Preston Davidson, circa 1790 at Franklin Co., Alabama, USA; her 2nd husband.2

Family 1

(?) Morgan

Family 2

George Davidson Sherrill b. 1761, d. 1840

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 60.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, pp. 60, 74.

William Taylor1

M, #83664
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     William Taylor married Mary Bradford.1

Family

Mary Bradford
Child

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 106. Sherrill cites Emmet R. White, 1984. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina: Burke County, Vol. 1, pp. 276-277.

Mary Bradford1

F, #83665
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Mary Bradford married William Taylor.1 Mary Bradford married Hosea Rose; Her 2nd husband.2

Family 1

Hosea Rose

Family 2

William Taylor
Child

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 106. Sherrill cites Emmet R. White, 1984. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina: Burke County, Vol. 1, pp. 276-277.
  2. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes, Vol. 1, p. 108. Sherrill cites Zella Armstrong, 1918-1933. Notable Southern Families, Vol. III, "Taylor of Tennessee, pp. 120-22.

Mary Bradford1

F, #83666
Last Edited20 Nov 2017
     Mary Bradford married Col. Leroy Taylor, son of William Taylor and Mary Bradford, after 1785; His 2nd wife. His 1st wife d. in 1758.1
     Mary Bradford Sherrill [1994:I:107] says "kin to his [Leroy' Taylor's] mother."1

Family

Col. Leroy Taylor b. 23 Jul 1758, d. 24 Mar 1834

Citations

  1. [S3824] Unknown author, Samuel Sherrill, Son of Adam and Elizabeth and Some of His Descendants, 2 Volumes (108 Washington St., Decorah, IA 52101: The Amundsen Publishing Co., 1994), Vol. 1, p. 107. Sherrill cites Emmet R. White, 1984. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina: Burke County, Vol. 1, pp. 276-277.

Henry C. Vaught1,2

M, #83668, b. circa 1851, d. 17 February 1877
FatherW. E. Vaught1,3 b. bt 1820 - 1825, d. bt 17 Aug 1870 - 4 Jun 1880
MotherSarah A. (?)1 b. 1832
ChartsDescendents of John (Johann) Paul VOGT/VAUGHT
Last Edited30 Nov 2017
     Henry C. Vaught was born circa 1851 at Tennessee, USA; age 9 in 1860 census.1 He died on 17 February 1877 at Madison Co., Texas, USA.2 He was buried after 17 February 1877 at Allphin, Midway, Madison Co., Texas, USA; from FindAGrave:
     Birth:      Oct. 31, 1850
     Death:      Feb. 17, 1877
     Burial: Allphin Cemetery, Midway, Madison County, Texas, USA
     Created by: Melody
     Record added: Nov 01, 2010
     Find A Grave Memorial# 60975151
     Inscription: "Henry C. Son of M. E. & S. A. VAUGHT born Oct. 31, 1850 Died Feb. 17, 1877. Aged 26 yrs 8ms & 17ds."2
     Henry C. Vaught was listed as a resident in W. E. Vaught and Sarah A. (?)'s household in the census report on 10 July 1860 at Madison Co., Texas, USA; p. 453, lines 6-9, dwelling 253, family 253
     6 VAUGHT, M. E. 35 [1825] M Farmer $1465 AL
     7 " , Sarah A. 28 [1832] F TN
     8 " , H. C. 9 [1851] M TN Attended School
     9 " , Mary A. 7 [1853] F TN Attended School.1

Henry C. Vaught was listed as a resident in W. E. Vaught and Sarah A. (?)'s household in the census report on 16 August 1870 at Midway, Madison Co., Texas, USA; p. 306-B, lines 12-17, dwelling 122, family 122
     12 VAUGHT, M. E. 50 [1820] M W Farmer $1000 $600 AL
     13 " , Sarah 38 [1832] F W Keep House TN
     14 " , H. C. 19 [1851] M W Farm Laborer TN
     15 " , M. H. 18 [1852] F W TN
     16 " , Weaver 10 [1860] M Mulatto? Work farm TX Cannot Read Cannot Write
     17 MITCHELL, Ed 20 [1850] M W Farm Laborer TX.4

Citations

  1. [S3827] 1860 Federal Census, 1860 Census, TX, Madison Co., Madisonville, Year: 1860; Census Place: Madison, Texas; Roll: M653_1300; Page: 453; Family History Library Film: 805300
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1860usfedcenancestry&indiv=try&h=35259790
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7667/4297442_00331/35259790?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778350567/facts/citation/157544272525/edit/record
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Henry C Vaught: https://old.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Vaught&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=46&GScnty=2676&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=60975151&df=all&. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S337] Helen Spurlin, Manuscript, tentatively titled "Moving in on the Cherokees" or "Neighbors to the Cherokees", Vol. V of Vaught Compilation (P. O. Box 1377, Diamond Springs, CA 95619, Telephone: 916-644-5615: Helen Spurlin, Feb. 1, 1994), p. 41. Hereinafter cited as Spurlin [1994] ms Vol. V.
  4. [S3828] 1870 Federal Census, 1870 Census, TX, Madison Co., Midway, Year: 1870; Census Place: Beat 1, Madison, Texas; Roll: M593_1597; Page: 306B; Family History Library Film: 553096
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1870usfedcen&indiv=try&h=7766393
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7163/4267888_00082/7766393?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778350567/facts/citation/157544272704/edit/record

Mary A. Vaught1

F, #83669, b. circa 1853
FatherW. E. Vaught1,2 b. bt 1820 - 1825, d. bt 17 Aug 1870 - 4 Jun 1880
MotherSarah A. (?)1 b. 1832
ChartsDescendents of John (Johann) Paul VOGT/VAUGHT
Last Edited29 Nov 2017
     Mary A. Vaught was born circa 1853 at Tennessee, USA; age 7 in 1860 census.1
     Mary A. Vaught was listed as a resident in W. E. Vaught and Sarah A. (?)'s household in the census report on 10 July 1860 at Madison Co., Texas, USA; p. 453, lines 6-9, dwelling 253, family 253
     6 VAUGHT, M. E. 35 [1825] M Farmer $1465 AL
     7 " , Sarah A. 28 [1832] F TN
     8 " , H. C. 9 [1851] M TN Attended School
     9 " , Mary A. 7 [1853] F TN Attended School.1

Mary A. Vaught was listed as a resident in W. E. Vaught and Sarah A. (?)'s household in the census report on 16 August 1870 at Midway, Madison Co., Texas, USA; p. 306-B, lines 12-17, dwelling 122, family 122
     12 VAUGHT, M. E. 50 [1820] M W Farmer $1000 $600 AL
     13 " , Sarah 38 [1832] F W Keep House TN
     14 " , H. C. 19 [1851] M W Farm Laborer TN
     15 " , M. H. 18 [1852] F W TN
     16 " , Weaver 10 [1860] M Mulatto? Work farm TX Cannot Read Cannot Write
     17 MITCHELL, Ed 20 [1850] M W Farm Laborer TX.3

Citations

  1. [S3827] 1860 Federal Census, 1860 Census, TX, Madison Co., Madisonville, Year: 1860; Census Place: Madison, Texas; Roll: M653_1300; Page: 453; Family History Library Film: 805300
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1860usfedcenancestry&indiv=try&h=35259790
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7667/4297442_00331/35259790?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778350567/facts/citation/157544272525/edit/record
  2. [S337] Helen Spurlin, Manuscript, tentatively titled "Moving in on the Cherokees" or "Neighbors to the Cherokees", Vol. V of Vaught Compilation (P. O. Box 1377, Diamond Springs, CA 95619, Telephone: 916-644-5615: Helen Spurlin, Feb. 1, 1994), p. 41. Hereinafter cited as Spurlin [1994] ms Vol. V.
  3. [S3828] 1870 Federal Census, 1870 Census, TX, Madison Co., Midway, Year: 1870; Census Place: Beat 1, Madison, Texas; Roll: M593_1597; Page: 306B; Family History Library Film: 553096
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1870usfedcen&indiv=try&h=7766393
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/7163/4267888_00082/7766393?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778350567/facts/citation/157544272704/edit/record

Sarah Barefield1

F, #83670
ChartsDescendents of John (Johann) Paul VOGT/VAUGHT
Last Edited21 Jan 2018
     Sarah Barefield married Therington Vaught, son of Henry Vaught Sr. and Catherine Whitenbarger, on 10 November 1826 at Marengo Co., Alabama, USA; Marriage Record #1: Ancestry.com - Alabama, Compiled Marriages from Selected Counties, 1809-1920
     Name:     Thorton Vaught
     Gender:     Male
     Spouse:     Sarah Barefield
     Spouse Gender:     Female
     Marriage Date:     10 Nov 1826
     Marriage Place:     Marengo
     Performed By:     Minister of the Gospel
     Surety/Perf. Name:     Daniel Monaghan
     OSPage:     132
     Source Information: Ancestry.com. Alabama, Compiled Marriages from Selected Counties, 1809-1920 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
     Original data: Dodd, Jordan R., comp.. Early American Marriages: Alabama, 1800 to 1920.


Marriage Record #2: Ancestry.com - Alabama, Marriage Index, 1800-1969
     Name:     Thorton Vaught
     Spouse:     Sarah Barefield
     Marriage Date:     10 Nov 1826
     County:     Marengo
     State:     Alabama
     Performed By Title:     Minister of the Gospel
     Performed by Name:     Daniel Monaghan
     Source information:     Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research
     Source Information: Ancestry.com. Alabama, Marriage Index, 1800-1969 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
     Original data:
      Alabama Center for Health Statistics. Alabama Marriage Index, 1936-1969. Alabama Center for Health Statistics, Montgomery, Alabama.
      Dodd, Jordan R., et. al. Early American Marriages: Alabama to 1825. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx.
      Hunting For Bears, comp. Alabama marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.
      Dodd, Jordan R., comp. Early American Marriages: Alabama, 1800 to 1920.1,2
     Reference: Spurlin [1994:V:40]: says "He was m and had 3 girls by 1830 and was living 9in Pike Co., AL." She does not name his wife or the daughters. at Pike Co., Alabama, USA.3

Sarah Barefield appeared in the census of 22 July 1870 at Township 9, DeKalb Co., Alabama, USA; Ancestry.com - U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
     Name:     Sarah Vaught
     Enumeration Date:     22 Jul 1870
     Place:     Township 9, DeKalb, Alabama, USA
     Schedule Type:     Agriculture
     OS Page:     1
     Line Number:     4
     Source Citation: Census Year: 1870; Census Place: Township 9, DeKalb, Alabama; Archive Collection Number: M279; Roll: 27; Page: 1; Line: 4; Schedule Type: Agriculture
     Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.4

Sarah Barefield appeared in the census of 25 June 1880 at Township 8, DeKalb Co., Alabama, USA; Ancestry.com - U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
     Name:     Sarah Vaught
     Enumeration Date:     25 Jun 1880
     Place:     Township 8, Dekalb, Alabama, USA
     Schedule Type:     Agriculture
     OS Page:     1
     Line Number:     2
     Source Citation: Census Year: 1880; Census Place: Township 8, Dekalb, Alabama; Archive Collection Number: M279; Roll: 27; Page: 1; Line: 2; Schedule Type: Agriculture
     Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.5

Family

Therington Vaught b. c 1805

Citations

  1. [S2354] Ancestry.Com Web Site, online http://search.ancestry.com/, Marriage record #1 seen on Ancestry.com on 20 Nov. 2017 at: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=4192&h=118285&ssrc=pt&tid=16540810&pid=29778350564&usePUB=true. Hereinafter cited as Ancestry.Com Web Site.
  2. [S2354] Ancestry.Com Web Site, online http://search.ancestry.com/, Marriage record #2 seen on Ancestry.com on 20 Nov. 2017 at: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7838&h=1771217&ssrc=pt&tid=16540810&pid=29778350564&usePUB=true
  3. [S337] Helen Spurlin, Manuscript, tentatively titled "Moving in on the Cherokees" or "Neighbors to the Cherokees", Vol. V of Vaught Compilation (P. O. Box 1377, Diamond Springs, CA 95619, Telephone: 916-644-5615: Helen Spurlin, Feb. 1, 1994), p. 40. Hereinafter cited as Spurlin [1994] ms Vol. V.
  4. [S3831] 1870 Federal Census Agriculture Schedule, 1870 Census Agriculture Schedule AL, DeKalb Co., Township 9, Census Year: 1870; Census Place: Township 9, DeKalb, Alabama; Archive Collection Number: M279; Roll: 27; Page: 1; Line: 4; Schedule Type: Agriculture
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1276&h=6291652&ssrc=pt&tid=16540810&pid=29778393764&usePUB=true
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1276/32786_1220706416_0010-00018/6291652?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778393764/facts/citation/157544251403/edit/record
  5. [S3832] 1880 Federal Census Agriculture Schedule, 1880 Census Agriculture Schedule AL, DeKalb Co., Township 8, Census Year: 1880; Census Place: Township 8, Dekalb, Alabama; Archive Collection Number: M279; Roll: 27; Page: 1; Line: 2; Schedule Type: Agriculture
    Info: https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1276&h=6354160&ssrc=pt&tid=16540810&pid=29778393764&usePUB=true
    Image: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/1276/32786_1220706416_0022-01831/6354160?backurl=https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/16540810/person/29778393764/facts/citation/157544251524/edit/record