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LOVE AHNENTAFEL

Revised 11 March 2007
 

Ancestors of Laura Ellen May Love

 

Generation No. 1

1. Laura Ellen May Love, born 11 Jul 1847 in Greenville, Greene, TN, USA1; died 17 Mar 1912 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee. She was the daughter of 2. Samuel W. Love and 3. Margaret Jane Cochran. She married (1) Samuel W. Allen 29 Jan 1873 in Greenville, Greene, Tennessee. He was born 10 Apr 1845 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee, and died 09 Jul 1915 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee, USA2. He was the son of Samuel Allen and Trenton Elizabeth Farnsworth.

Notes for Samuel W. Allen:

Samuel W. Allen Jr. is identified by census reports and further identified by photographic records with his wife and two children. He is further identified by records from the family Bible owned by Alice Allen as seen by Kathleen Margaret Hall Douglas. He is buried in the Meadowcreek Cemetery in Greene Co., Tennessee.

According to census records, he was a farmer by trade. He was able to read, write and speak English.

1845 Census record with wife Laura E., daughters Mary E. & Alice L. and mother-in-law Margaret Jane Love.

1880 Census Greene Co., Tennessee with wife Laura and daughter Mary. District 9, item 3839, page 5

1890 census report shows with wife Laura E., daughter Mary E., Daughter Alice L. and mother-in-law Margaret J. Love, age 75

[Brøderbund Family Archive #317, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1850, Date of Import: Aug 12, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.317.1.417.159]

Individual: Allen, Samuel; County/State: Greene Co., Tennessee; Location: 9th Division. Page #: 50; Year: 1850

Generation No. 2

2. Samuel W. Love3,4,5,6, born 07 Mar 1823 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee; died 19 Feb 1891 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee. He was the son of 4. Charles Love and 5. Hannah Evans. He married 3. Margaret Jane Cochran 29 Sep 1846 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

3. Margaret Jane Cochran7,8, born 11 Feb 1835 in Greene County, Tennessee; died 09 Jul 1907 in Greenville, Greene, Tennessee. She was the daughter of 6. Samuel Cochran and 7. Eliza Jane Hale.

Notes for Samuel W. Love:  Buried in Meadow Creek Cemetery, Greene Co, Tennessee; Discrepancy in birth date from Terry Mason. He shows dob as 3 July 1823

Notes for Margaret Jane Cochran:

Margaret Jane Cochran is buried in the Meadowcreek Cemetery, Greene Co., Tennessee

Children of Samuel Love and Margaret Cochran are:

1 i. Laura Ellen May Love, born 11 Jul 1847 in Greenville, Greene, TN, USA; died 17 Mar 1912 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee; married Samuel W. Allen 29 Jan 1873 in Greenville, Greene, Tennessee.

ii. Martha June Love8, born 05 Aug 1850 in Greene Co. Tennessee; died 19358; married William M. Evans 20 Jan 1878 in Green Co. Tennessee; born 25 Jan 1847 in Greene Co, Tennessee; died 25 Dec 19239.

iii. James L. Love, born 01 Jan 185510

iv. John W. Love, born 05 Jan 1857 in Tennessee; died 10 Aug 1866 in Greene Co. Tennessee.

Notes for John W. Love:

buried in Meadowcreek Cemetery, Greene co., Tennessee in family plot

v. Alice W. Love, born 31 Jan 186010; died in California.

vi. Samuel William Love10, born 20 Nov 186410

vii. Eava Love, born 12 Jul 1868 in Meadowcreek, Greene Co, Tennessee; died 1868 in died in infancy.

Generation No. 3

4. Charles Love11,12,12, born 01 Oct 1783 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee, USA13; died 19 Jun 1841 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee. He was the son of 8. Thomas Love and 9. Dorothea Unknown. He married 5. Hannah Evans 20 Oct 1818 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

5. Hannah Evans14,14, born 1801 in Meadow Creek, Greene Co. Tennessee; died 04 Mar 1883 in Greene, Tennessee, USA14,14. She was the daughter of 10. Jonathan Evans and 11. Hannah Cravens.

Notes for Charles Love:

Charles Love is buried in a different cemetery than his wife. Source of information "Tennessee Tidbits" 1778-1914", Volume II. Charles died before February 18 1840 when land was taxed.

"History of Tennessee" located in the Sons of the Revolution Library in Glendale: James Love, our subject, is one of the prosperous farmers of Greene County, and was born about three miles north of his present farm in the Third Civil District, on June 20, 1824. He was the son of Charles Love and Hanna (Evans) Love. The father was a native of Greene County Tennessee, and of English extraction and was a farmer. The mother also was a native of Greene County and was the mother of fourteen children--ten sons and four daughters. James was the fourth and was reared on the farm and educated in country schools.

Abstract of Campbel Co. Tennessee Deed Book A 1806-1810: A:123-125 (No page #122) April Session 1804. Knox Co., Tennessee Power of Attorney. Charles J. Love to Benjamin Wheeler together with the certificate of Hug L. White, Esq...I, Charles J. Love of Loudon Co., VA...appoint Benjamin Wheeler my true and lawful attorney...in the state of Tennessee...|s| Charles J. Love. Wit. Samuel Love. Power of Attorney acknowledged by Samuel Love 23 July 1804 in Knox co., Tennessee Superior Court. Reg. Campbell Co., Tennessee 6 Dec 1809

A: 145-146: 21 June 1804. Charles J. Love of Loudon Co., VA to Micajah Cross of Anderson Co., Tennessee...Charles J. Love by his attorney Benjamin Wheeler. Consideration $500. 209 acres and twenty poles land in Anderson Co., Tennessee in the place known by the name of Walnut Cove. Beginning...in a sink on the line of John English...dividing line between the five thousand and three one hundred and fifty acre survey...\s\Charles J. Love by his attorney Benj. Wheeler. Wit James Finley & John Inglish. Proven in Anderson Co., Tennessee March term 1805. "A transcript from page 74 of this book agreeable to order of the court.

Buried with two children, Charles & Philip J. in Love's Memorial Cemetery, Methodist church, Greene Co., Tennessee

LDS Temple Microfilm #944,306 Greene County Tennessee Marriages 1780 - 1855, item 1983

Charles is buried in Love's Memorial Methodist Cemetery where his parents are buried. Hanna Evans Love is buried in the Meadow Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Greene County, with two of her sons that died as infants.

Cemetery researcher states Charles Love was born 1783 in Greeneville, Tennessee. This conflicts with the date of our record. Place of burial is Loves Chapel, Greene Tennessee. States he was the son of Thomas and Dorthea Love. Married to Hanna Evans 28 October 1818. in Greene County, Tennessee. This last piece of information matches my records.

Notes for Hannah Evans:

Hannah Evans lived with her children after the death of her husband and is buried in the Meadowcreek Cemetery with Samuel and Margaret.

Hannah is shown in the 1850 census as Hannah Love, age 51, with son James aged 26, Mary 23; Robert, 22; Martha, 20; Cortha, 19; William, 16; Jonathan, 13; and Charles, 11. (TT, Ge-300-623 for the state of Tennessee)

Cemetery information shows her to be wife of Charles Love.  Death Date 4 May 1883 - Age 82 years

Comments: Her children arise up and call her blessed Farewell dear mother. Sweet thy rest. Erected by Miss M. J. Love.

Cemetery name: Greene County Meadow Creek Cemetery

Cemetery Description: Located 12 miles south west of Greeneville, Tennessee Presbyterian Church.

Copied by Daley S. Bowman of Greenville, Tennessee. 14 September 1937.

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Emmett Evans indicates his Evans connections to be in New York.  

He states:  I believe the first in North America was Captain John Evans of HMS Richmond who was granted land in NY by Governor Fletcher. He was supposed to have married Katherine but from there the trail becomes obscure.  There is a gap between Capt. John and Oliver Evans in Walker Valley, NY in the 1820's

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Thomas Evans indicates:  My Thomas A. Evans was born about 1840 in Mississippi and died about 1932 also in Mississippi. Information on any Thomas Evans in Mississippi about these times would be greatly appreciated.

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Children of Charles Love and Hannah Evans are:

i. Thomas Love, born 1820 in Tennessee.

ii. Philip J. Love, born Abt. 1821; died in Greene County, Tennessee.

2 iii. Samuel W. Love, born 07 Mar 1823 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee; died 19 Feb 1891 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee; married Margaret Jane Cochran 29 Sep 1846 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

iv. James L. Love15, born 20 Jun 1824 in Greene Co., Tennessee; died 11 Nov 1896 in Greene Co., Tennessee; married (1) Mary Unknown; born Abt. 1824; married (2) Sarah A. Rader 12 Jun 1873; born 25 Feb 1862; died 25 Jul 1889 in Greene Co., Tennessee.

Notes for James L. Love:

Articles on James Love from the History of Tennessee, pages 1250-1251:

v. Margaret Jane Love16, born 23 Dec 1825 in Meadowcreek, Greene Co, Tennessee; died 07 Mar 1919 in Meadowcreek, Greene Co, Tennessee.

Notes for Margaret Jane Love:

Cemetery records copied by Daley S. Bowman of Greeneville Tennessee, 14 September 1937:

Cemetery name: Greene County Meadow Creek Cemetery

Cemetery Description: Located 12 miles south west of Greeneville, Tennessee. Presbyterian Church

Comments on stone: Let our Fathers will be done. States she is daughter of Charles and Hannah Love.

vi. Mary Love16, born 1827 in Tennessee.

vii. Robert Love16, born 1828 in Tennessee16

viii. Martha Love, born 02 Jan 1829 in Tennessee16; died 15 May 1894 in Greene, TN, USA16

ix. Dorothy Love16, born 10 Apr 182916

x. Cortha Love, born 1831 in Tennessee.

xi. William Love16, born 12 Nov 1832 in Tennessee16; died in Greene Co., Tennessee.

xii. Jonathon Love16, born 1837 in Tennessee16

xiii. Charles Love16, born 05 May 1839 in Meadowcreek, Greene Co, Tennessee; died 18 Feb 1865 in Meadowcreek, Greene Co, Tennessee.

Notes for Charles Love:

Tombstone comments: Gods finger touched him and he slept. His ?? ord (word) an Honorable one. Erected by Miss M. J. Love. C

Cemetery name: Greene County Meadow Creek Cemetery

6. Samuel Cochran17,18,19, born 09 Oct 1800 in Tennessee; died 07 Aug 1887 in Greene Co, Tennessee. He was the son of 12. George Cochran and 13. Margaret Henry. He married 7. Eliza Jane Hale 18 Mar 1847 in Greene, Tennessee.

7. Eliza Jane Hale, born 13 Jan 1820 in Tennessee; died 28 Dec 1910 in Greene Co., Tennessee.

Notes for Samuel Cochran:

Eliza Jane was the second wife of Samuel Cochran. He is buried in Meadowcreek Cemetery

Will of Samuel Cochrane, proved up Greene Co., Tennessee in book "Greene County, Tennessee Wills, 1783-1890" by Goldene Fillers Burgner, p139

"Samuel Cochran: to wife Eliza Jane Cochran - my farm and all my stock - at her death have an equal division. Don't waste my forest timber. Children: Martha Emeline, Margaret Jane, James Alfred, Mary Ann, Eliza Amanda and Alpha Elizabeth. Executors: James Henry Senr. and wife Eliza Jane.

family plot members:

Samuel Cochran: 10-9-1800 to 8--7-1887

Eliza J. - 1-13-1820 to 12-28-1910

s - Jos. D. 1856

Inf. 1858

Susan E. Taylor - w of J. A. 10-20-1852 to 8-9-1924

Wm. May - 4-3-1875 to 12-22-1912

Marion D. 1890

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Kathy Kalen gives information on: Willis Wilcox Cochran ( I think that is what W. W. stands for). He was in the Culleoka, Maury Co. Tennessee 1870 census.

He was born in 1813. and died in FL. Feb.24, 1889. His wife Elizabeth age 45 yrs. Children were: Wm E age 29. Susan age 19

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"Matt Seeber tells us that his line  comes from is from Robert Cochran the Fourth child of George Cochran and Margaret Henry. Someone had told me that the Timberridge Presbyterian Church there in Greene County had written a history and that the family history may be in there. I have obtained a copy and sure enough, with two pages of info. my brick wall was shattered! I would like to share this info with you - maybe it will be helpful to someone else that is desperately searching to find their ancestors.

This info is taken from the book Timber Ridge Church: A Two Hundred Year Heritage of Presbyterian Faith 1786-1986:

Page 156: Robert and Margaret Evans Cochran

The Cochran family from Antrim, Ulster Ireland were of Scotch ancestry and came to Cochranville, Chester County, Pennsylvania between 1760-70.

George Cochran, father of Robert, came from Washington County, Tennessee to Meadow Creek, Greene County, Tennessee where he was taxed for land on the Chuckey River in 1809-17. From the Greene County Will executed Monday 27 July 1829 of George Cochran his children named were: 1) John deceased. 2) Samuel, married (1) Mary Ann Cochran (2) Eliza Jane Hale, Ann McCrain, Jamison, Robert married Margaret A . Evans, George, Carolyn married John Dunlap, Margaret (Peggy) deceased. Executors; John Dunlap, Thomas Magill.

From Chronicles of the Scotch Irish Settlement of Virginia, Augusta County 1745-1800 Vol. 2 Chalkey listed George Cochran and Margaret Henry daughter of James Craig (consent) witnesses, David Humphreys, Jno. McCutchan, surety, Samuel McCutchan.

Robert born 1798 and wife Margaret Evans Cochran born 1804 were early members of Timber Ridge Church. Margaret's parents were Jonathan and Hannah Cravens Evans listed in the first church session book in 1786. Robert and Margaret both members of Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church were parents 1) Eliza Cochran married Robert Lauderdale. Children-Robert. Married Ellen Hogan. Their children : Bulah, Howard, John and Robert 2) Myrtle Lauderdale married Charlie Derry, children; Marion, Ellen, Helen 3) Hubert Lauderdale married Della Gammons - son Alexander married Leona Hutton, child Barbara married Carl Belcher. Robert and Eliza Lauderdale son Sanford married Evie Pates, child Madge married Lacy Wykle; children; Virginia and Betty Ruth 4) Bruce Lauderdale never married 5) Sheldon Lauderdale died young.

Robert and Margaret Cochran's second child James Sr. married Minerva Sheffy. Sons James, William and Robert Jr. all died while in the Civil War. They were buried in a Confederate Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois. Martha Cochran made her later home with her sister Sarah wife of Andrew Dickson Susong at the Susong home place. Jane died December 5, 1862.

The Cochran family all members of Timber Ridge Church lived in the quaint white house on the Warrensburg Road near Timber Ridge where Douglas and Kathy Bowers Duncan now live.

Robert Cochran was awakened by a disturbing noise in the Cochran barn January 28, 1864, upon arrival he discovered the Civil war Troops were taking his sons horse. Shots fired at 11:00p.m. resulted in Robert's death at 8:00a.m. leaving wife Margaret and daughters Eliza, Martha and Sara as surviving members of the Cochran family. A large collection of Civil War letters from the three sons give insight into conditions of survival during this period of church and community History in the Timber Ridge area.

Page 157 The James and Minerva Sheffy Cochran Family

James Cochran was the son of Robert and Margaret Evans Cochran of timber Ridge, Tennessee, born 1832. James died in the Civil War, February 2, 1865. William and Robert Cochran, Jr. both of whom died while in Camp during the Civil War. James death left his wife Minerva Sheffy born 1835, died 1888 with children 1) James D. born May 7, 1860 , died Dec. 1895, married Catherine Hartman, Mosheim, Tennessee born December 10, 1857, Greene County, Tennessee, died May 5, 1888. Children: William Rufus Cochran born March 9, 1884, died April 26, 1953, Greene County , Tennessee married Nellie Ruth Sheffey, January 10, 1920 born January 29, 1900. Children: Lula Kathryn, Eugene Kenneth: Josephine married Caney Mcnew. Their children were: Edna, Fred, and Josephine who married Charlie Gregory- Children Ruth, Sammy remained in Greene County, Tennessee. Caney Mcnew married 20 Mabel Miller born September 12, 1887 (a granddaughter of Elija Bordon). Isaac Cadwell Cochran of James D. and Catherine, born about 1886, died 1927-married Effie Alta-Mira Hartman. Children: a) Helen K., married Henry Seaver. Children: William Henry married Wilma Aletha Shields. Child: Katherine D. Seaver b) Emily F. Cochran married Clarence Rudolph Payne. c)Virginia Josephine married Walter Faye Johnson-no children. Second child of James D. Cochran and Minerfa Sheffey was Ida Cochran born May 5, 1863, died September 27, 1901 married a Sisk. Third Child: Sally (Sarah) Cochran born May 5, 1863, died May 27, 1917, married Tolbert F. Seay born October 10, 1858, died may, 1928. Children: Bonnie. Married Andrew Rader. Father Henry Rader of Virginia and Tennessee. Children Frank and Gay Rader. b) Trixie Seay married Loui Hartman-children: Lucille, John, Bill, Reggie, Selma, Helen, (c) Bruce Seay married Nuckey Hartman, daughter of Rufus Hartman, children were Vida, Marcella and Dewey.

THIRD CHILD: LAYFAYETTE "FATE" COCHRAN'S CHILDREN WERE: THEODORE AND CLARK COCHRAN. FATE MOVED TO THE FARM OF HIS SISTER SALLY AND TOL SEAY WHO RAISED CLARK AND THEODORE. CLARK COCHRAN married Fannie Luttrell, Knoxville. Bothe Clark and Fannie lived in the home of Marion and Anne Evans Susong in the 1910's as young people. After a few years Clark and Fannie were married and a daughter, (Norma Payne) lives in Knoxville. THEODORE COCHRAN MARRIED GLADYS CROCKETT, CHILDREN: RALPH, Irene, Ethel, Billy Nell, Vivian, Dorothy, Stella , James, and Ronnie Cochran . James D. Cochran's grandfather George Cochran came from Washington County, Tennessee, to Greene County, Tennessee, the Meadow Creek area, where his son Samuel Cochran an elder in the Meadow Creek Church lived with his wife Mary and grandfather of James D.. Cochran, will names nine children and he request "Bury me between my wife and son". Pale graves with Mulberry paling and locust posts. 16-4-1829. James Cochran's father Robert Cochran was killed by horse thieves, Civil War, at his barn on the Warrensburg road. The Robert and Margaret Cochran Family were early members of Timber Ridge Church. Only daughters Eliza, Martha and Sarah and mother Margaret E. Cochran were left to carry on after the Civil War.

* This information was contributed by Katherine Harmon who is now deceased.

Copies of the Book are available by writing or phoning :

Mrs. Frances G. Brumley

2675 Old Kentucky Rd.

Mosheim, Tennessee 37818-5042

 Price-$19.00

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SANNECW indicates his parents  were guy Evehart Cochran who married Juanita Rogers in Casey co Kentucky...my parents and grandparents are all dead and died young...

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Notes for Eliza Jane Hale:

Buried in the Meadowcreek Cemetery. Living with daughter, Alpha, in 1900.

Children of Samuel Cochran and Eliza Hale are:

i. Martha Emeline Cochran, born 1824 in Greene County, Tennessee.

3 ii. Margaret Jane Cochran, born 11 Feb 1835 in Greene County, Tennessee; died 09 Jul 1907 in Greenville, Greene, Tennessee; married Samuel W. Love 29 Sep 1846 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

iii. William H. Cochran, born 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee20

iv. James Alfred Cochran, born 1848 in Greene County, Tennessee; married Susan E. Taylor; born 20 Oct 1852; died 09 Aug 1924 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

v. John J. Cochran, born 1849 in Greene County, Tennessee.

vi. Mary Ann Cochran20, born 1851 in Greene County, Tennessee.

vii. Elizabeth Amanda Cochran, born 1852 in Greene County, Tennessee.

viii. Joseph D. Cochran, born 1856 in Greene County, Tennessee; died 1856 in died in infancy.

ix. Alpha Elizabeth Cochran21, born 26 Jul 1856 in Greene Co, Tennessee21; died 11 Oct 1939 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee21; married Alford Douglas Kiser; born 06 Nov 1859 in Greene Co, Tennessee21; died 07 Jul 1903 in Greeneville, Greene Co, Tennessee21.

x. Infant Cochran, born 1858 in Greene County, Tennessee; died 1858.

Generation No. 4

8. Thomas Love22,23,24, born 29 Nov 1745 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA24; died 23 Apr 1810 in Dandridge, Jefferson, Tennessee. He was the son of 16. Charles Love and 17. Mary Harris. He married 9. Dorothea Unknown 176825.

9. Dorothea Unknown25, born 1750 in Charles, MD, USA26; died 27 Apr 1823 in Dandridge, Jefferson, Tennessee.

Notes for Thomas Love:

buried in Love's Memorial Methodist Cemetery with wife

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Will of Thomas Love:

In the name of God, Amen. I Thomas Love of the State of Tennessee, and County of Greene, being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this instrument of writing as my last will and testament hereby revoaking all others by me here to fore made.

Item--To my wife Dorothea during the term of her normal life annually and as she as at this time in a state of insanity and incapable for choosing for herself. This sum is given for her maintenance with which ever of my children she may reside.

Item - whereas I have in my possession a bill of sale from George Gordon vesting in me the right of five slaves to secure to me in a debt due me from said George and Whereas it is my wish and desire to secure to my daughter who intermarried with the said George all my right and title to the said slave to her own proper use and behalf and whereas I have confidence in my son-in-law, Robert Evans, I do hereby give and bequeath to her five slaves to wit, Billy and her four children Abe, Jimmy, Charity and Ben for the use and benefit of the said Mary Gordon for her and heirs forever.

Item: To my son William Love, my daughter Ann Cravens, Lucy Evans, Francis Evans, I give and bequesth the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars which they and each of them have respectfully received out of my estate prior to this time. To them and their heirs and these desires are to be considered as so much to be deduct out of this part of my estate.

Item- To my son (J torn out) I give and bequeath a tract of land to begin at corner at the corner of tract (torn out) me to William Love and by him conveyed to John Sheffer was what (torn out) the big Spring thence (torn out) with Shaffers line thence north thence east in a uniform manner so as to include one hundred and ten acres with improvements thereof and this is to be considered as the whole of what the said John is to inherit from my estate.

Item - Whereas my second son Philip Love left this state about ten years ago, if he is still alive at the time of my decease that he shall inherit an equal portion of my estate with my other children not speciall provided for.

Item - to my daughter Martha I give and bequesth an equal portion of my estate at the time of my desice.

Item - To my son Charles I give and bequesth an equal portion of my estate at the time of my decease.

Item - My will, desire is that all the property that I may die proposed of what - or hind soever that may not officially deviced before may be sold at my--at such time and at such a credit as they may think most to the interest of the Legatee.

Item--To my grandson thomas Evans I give and bequesth a Negro girl by the name of Hannah about three years old to him and heirs forever. My motive in making this devise is that the child to whom it is made is of an uncommonly tender frame and weakly and from his present appearance will not be able to support himself by his labor without some assistance. My debitor of every description I wish paid as soon as my executors .........

Rest is omitted  

Notes for Dorothea Unknown:

According to the will, Dorothea was deemed insane (in a state of insanity according to her husband's will). ----possibly Alzheimer, which was not a known disease at that time???

Children of Thomas Love and Dorothea Unknown are:

i. Mary Francis Love27, born 21 Aug 1769 in Fauquier or Prince William Co. VA; died 21 Feb 1842 in Greene, Tennessee.

Notes for Mary Francis Love:

Marriage record located on page 164 (V. Sevier) Greene County Court House. Died 21 Feb 1842 (Family Bible records) Settlement confirmed 3 March1845, Greene County Court House).

ii. William Love27,27,27, born 11 Feb 1771 in Augusta, VA, USA27,27; died 18 Oct 1847 in Dandridge, Jefferson, Tennessee; married (1) Polly Inman 15 Mar 1797 in Greene, Tennessee; born 1776 in Salisbury Dist, Burke, NC, USA27,27; died Jan 1798 in Jefferson, Tennessee, USA27,27; married (2) Lucy Eleanor Chilton 01 Apr 1798 in Probably Tennessee; born 04 Sep 1779 in MD, USA27,27; died 27 Jul 1852 in Dandridge, Jefferson, Tennessee.

Notes for William Love:  Information provided to T.Mason on 20Mar2002 by Joy Budde  

iii. Philip Love, born 01 Feb 1773 in Tennessee.

Notes for Philip Love:

Phillip left the state before the death of his father. Unknown where he went.

iv. Ann Nancy Love27,28,29,30,30, born 1776 in Tennessee; died 1821 in Selma, Alabama31; Adopted child; married James Cravens 20 Dec 1797 in Greene Co. Tennessee; born 12 Apr 1773 in Augusta County, Virginia; died 1821 in Selma Alabama.

Notes for James Cravens:

Date of birth proven by Cravens vs. Lanahan

James Cravens removed before marriage to Green County Tennessee, thence after marriage to Selma Alabama where he died.

James spent part of his youth in Tennessee, probably with his sister, Hannah, and brother-in-law, Jonathan Evans. He married Ann in Greene County Tennessee in 1797. Ann was the daughter of Thomas and Dorothea Love, neighbors of Jonathan Evans. James Cravens settled on land near his brother-in-law, Jonathan Evans. James Cravens is shown on several deed abstracts in the Greene County records. As noted in the will of Jonathan Evans, in the Evans Family chapter, James Cravens sold his Greene County land to Jonathan Eans and moved his family to Selma Alabama, where he resettled. After some years in Alabama, James and Ann died in 1821 and most of his children returned to Greene County Tennessee and lived with their aunt and uncle, Mary (Love) and George Gordon.

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"Families of Jefferson Co. Tennessee", by Jefferson Co. Genealogical Society, 1992, p. 61-62.

[S47]

1850 Mortality Census Limestone Co., AL

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"Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas E. Watson.

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"Pocahontas' Descendants with Corrections and Additions" by Stuart E. Brown Jr., Loraine F Myers, and Eileen M. Chappel, Pocahontas Foundation, 1994. ISBN# 0-8063-1407-9. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore

[S50]

"Burke's American families with British ancestry", Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983.

[S51]

"William and Mary Quarterly", January 1893.

[S52]

"The Horton's in America" , by Adeline Horton White.

[S53]

Va. Magazine of History and Biography Vol 53 page 21 (Jan. 1945)

[S54]

W. Walworth Harrison, Greenville TX, Ltr dated 4/24/63; Greenville Library named for this man.

DAR File affidavit, 6 Jan 1941 by May Moulton Harrison.

Pension Abstract of Wm P. Harrison, Elivira, W463, BLW #507-200, NC Line, applied from Bedford Co Tennessee 1820.

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Will of John Harrison proved 16 Jul 1761 Halifax Co., VA. Witnessed by Joseph Collins, Francis Luck, and Thomas Greenwood. John Chisum ("my friend") and John Williams Daniel were made Executors in addition to his wife Sarah Daniel Harrison. Will Book O p108

[S56]

Will of Richard BROWN, dated 16 Feb 1773 probated 26 Apr 1773, St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick Co., VA, Book 4, p. 418.

[S57]

Draper Manuscripts Notes upon Col. Crawford by Theophillus McKinnon, KY (1794-1882)

George Edgar Harrison, Jr., Crossville, Tennessee Some of this work was compiled by Daniel B. Kelly now deceased. Mary Elizabeth Leeds Kerchal Pd,  has inherited Daniel B. Kelly's original research on James Mason Harrison line and is continuing his work.

v. John T. Love, born 20 Jan 1776 in Charles, Maryland; died 1840 in Cocke, Tennessee, USA31; married (1) Susanna Wright; born Abt. 1776; married (2) Elizabeth.

Notes for John T. Love:

date of death is uncertain. it is stated between December 30, 1840 and January 5, 1841 in Evans family book.

Notes for Susanna Wright:

Susanna Wright ran off and took some property, including a slave girl.

vi. Lucy Love31, born 1780 in Jefferson, Tennessee, USA31; died 1847 in Dandridge, Jefferson Co, Tennessee; married John Evans 21 Mar 1799 in Greene Co, Tennessee; born 1780 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Bef. 1850 in Green Co. Tennessee.

4 vii. Charles Love, born 01 Oct 1783 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee, USA; died 19 Jun 1841 in Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee; married Hannah Evans 20 Oct 1818 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

viii. Martha Love31, born 19 Dec 1784 in Charles, Maryland; married Thomas Falls 30 Jul 1817 in Greene, Tennessee; born 1780 in VA, USA31; died 185031.

Notes for Thomas Falls:

LDS Temple Microfilm SL 944,306 Greene Co., Tennessee Marriages 1780 - 1855 item 1863

 

 

10. Jonathan Evans, born 1760 in Augusta Co, Virginia (Now Rockingham); died 27 Apr 1813 in Greene Co, Tennessee. He was the son of 20. Evan Evans and 21. Unknown Shanklin. He married 11. Hannah Cravens Jun 1779 in Rockingham, Virginia32.

11. Hannah Cravens, born 1762 in Augusta, Virginia or Cooks Creek Tennessee; died 01 Nov 1841 in Augusta County, West Virginia. She was the daughter of 22. John Cravens and 23. Margaret Hiatt.

Notes for Jonathan Evans:

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"Jonathan Evans, was among the earliest of the Greene County settlers. He came to what was then North Carolina in 1788, "The twelfth year of Independence" the old deed reads, and bought 500 acres of bottomland near the Nolachucky River."

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Listed in the first Church Session book in 1786 of the Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church

Jonathan Evans lived in what is now Greene County Tennessee in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and was a successful farmer.

Will of Jonathan Evans, deceased 27 April 1813: In the name of God, Amen. I, Jonathan Evans, Senior, of Greene County & State of Tennessee, being of sound mind and memory, thanks be given to Almighty God, calling to mind the mortality of my sinful body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make, ordain, constitute and appoint this, my last Will & Testament in form and manner following: That is to say principally & first of all, I give and recommend my Soul to the hand of Almighty God who gave it, my body I commit to the Earth to be buried in Decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the great Resurrection, I shall receive the same again through the mighty power of God, & as touching such worldly estate wherewith doth please God to bless me with in this transitory life, I give, bequesth and devise of the same in the following manner. Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Hannah Evans, during her natural life, the Right, Title, Interest, etc. in and unto a certain tract or parcel of land known by the name of McFarland's place on Nolichucky River freely by her to be enjoyed and possessed during her said natural ife and after her decease the said tract or parcel of land with all improvements etc to decend unto my sixth youngest son living James C. Evans by him freely to be enjoyed and possessed, his hirs etc forever and this is all that he shall ever inherit of my estate, this he is to inherit without let or molestation from any of my heirs, Executors, Administrators or Assigns or either of them. I likewise give and bequesth unto my said wife one third part of my moveable property, vis. Horses, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, etc household furniture etc for and during her natural life and at her death, she may dispose of her third of my moveable to her own satisfaction. I give and bequeath unto my eldest son John Evans the sum of one Dollar to be paid to him by my Executor or executors immediately after my decease, him the said John Evans having received his Dowry in my lifetime. And unto my second son Even Evans I likewise give and bequesth the sum of one Dollar to be paid him as above mentioned, he also having received his Dowry in my lifetime. I give and bequesth unto my third son Robert Evans, a certain tract or parcel of land with all its improvements etc that I purchased of a certain James Brown together with a number of acres falling into it ought of my original Deed in consequence of a conditional line made between I, the said Jonathan Evans and said James Brown with a certain tract etc that I purchased of a certain William Bromley with all its improvements, freely by him my said son, Robert Evans to be enjoyed and possessed forever by him, his heirs etc without let or molestation from my heirs, executors, administrators etc or either of them. I give and bequesth unto my son Jonathan Evans, the plantation with all improvements etc that I purchased of James Cravens *Except a slip that I took off of it & put to the McFarland Place as it is so called which is already willed to my beloved wife during her natural life and then it falls to my son James Evans his heirs etc forever freely to be enjoyed by him his heirs etc.) The line beginning at the River and running an east course with the division fence and so continued till it strikes the line on the East side by him, my said son Jonathan Evans, his heirs etc forever by them freely to enjoy & possessed without let or molestation from my Heirs etc as above mentioned. I give and bequesth unto my son William Evans the plantation with all the improvements etc that I purchased of a certain Thomas Adams, by him his heirs etc. freely to be enjoyed etc possessed forever without let or molestation as bove mentioned. This and these lines are to show that I have given and willed to each and every one of my living sons, vis to whit John, Even, Robert, Jonathan, William and James Evans, their equal portions of my Estate and all and every thing that they shall inherit of my estate. Item. I give and bequesth unto my two daughters, Hannah & Peggy Evans, a certain plantation on the waters of the Little Chucky that I purchased of a certain Alexander Stewart together with all my Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep household furniture etc and all and every thing that I now have both personal and real estate or wil or ever shall have hereafter. save such expenses as for my decent Christian burial, freely to be enjoyed by them and possessed, each one to have an equal share or half of the land, horses, cattle etc etc or the land, stock household furniture, etc to be sold when my youngest daughter Peggy comes to be of age, I say to them, their heirs or assigns forever or either of them. And if one or the other of them should die with the other one that remaine alive is to fall heir to both of their estates. I do likewise constitute ordain and appoint my wife Hannah Evans and my eldest son Jon Evans Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby utterly revoking, disannulling and making void all former wills and testaments, legacies, writings or Executor or Executors, by me named or mentioned prior in any manner whatever left or bequesthed or disposed in manner whatever, hereby satisfying and confirming this and no other. To be my last Will and Testament. In witnesses whereof, I the said Jonathan Evans Senior, have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, this Thirteen day of September in the year of our Lord Christ One Thousand Eight Hundred Eleven....1811

Notes for Hannah Cravens:

Relationship to James proven by Cravens vs Lanahan as well as marriage to Jonathan Evans

Will of Hannah Evans:

I Hanna Evans of the County of Greene and state of Tennessee do hereby make my last will and Testiment in manner and form following that is

1st- I desire that after my death all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.

2nd - I will and bequeath to my son John Evans one dollar

3rd - I will and bequeath to my son Evan Evans one dollar

4th I will and bequeath to my son Robert Evans one dollar

5th I will and bequeath to my son Jonathon Evans one dollar

6th I will and bequeath to my son William Evans one dollar

7th I will and bequeath to my son James C. Evans one dollar

8th I will and bequeath to my son-in-law Charles Love one dollar

9th I bequeath to my daughter, Hannah Love, one dollar

And this is all they shall ever inherit from my estate

10th I will and bequeath to my daughter Peggy Ann Evans all my estate and property both real and perishable - and lastly I do constitute and appoint my sons Evan and William Evans Executors of this my last will and testiment hereby revoking all other former wills Testiments by me hereafter made. In witness whereof I herunto set my hand and seal this twenty-seventh day of April one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one" Signed by Hannah Evans (and sealed). George Foute, CGC by Val. Sevier, DO

Thomas Magill, Nathaniel Magill, James Magill's names also appear. A copy enterlined before signed.

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CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA County 1745-1800

CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."

JUDGMENTS.

page 217

Cravens vs. Lanahan--O. S. 291; N. S. 103--Bill by William, Joseph, James Cravens, Peggy (Cravens), wife of Joseph Snap, children of John Cravens, who died 25th July, 1778, intestate, leaving widow Margaret and seven children, viz: Mary, Hannah, Robert, William, Joseph, James and Peggy. Administration was granted to widow and Robert Cravens, brother of John. Margaret married Dennis Lanahan. Robert Cravens, Jr., came of age about fall of 1785. He was 14 years old at death of his father, and died 10th December, 1793, intestate, unmarried and without issue. Dennis made his will, giving a legacy to his brother Timothy. Dennis and Margaret were married 20th March, 1782. William Cravens was born 20th April, 1764; Joseph, 20th May, 1769; James, 12th April, 1773; Margaret, 26th August, 1775. Dennis says his nephew came in from Ireland, which caused him to alter his will. Robert Cravens, Sr., was seldom at home during the Revolution. William Cravens was Dennis's apprentice as mason. James was put to brick making in Staunton, but was afterwards taken to Kentucky by a relation and never returned. Administration on estate of Robert Cravens granted in Rockingham, 27th April, 1784, to Hester Cravens, the widow, and Benj. Smith, 13th September, 1816. John Ewing, aged 76 or 77 years, deposes, Wm. Herron was school teacher in 1784, 85, 86. 13th September, 1816, Phebe Ewing, aged 68, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Mary Pence, daughter of John and Phebe Ewing, aged 42 years. Her uncle, Davison. 13th September, 1816, George Argabright, aged 60, deposes. 13th September, 1816, John Hemphill, aged 57 years, was raised about 2 miles from Cravens. Robert Cravens went on McIntoshes' campaign. John is cousin of plaintiff. Hannah Cravens was married June, 1779. Mary was married same year. Mathew Boyers was a school teacher. 13th September, 1816, Col. George Huston, aged 59 years, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Samuel McWilliams, aged 50 years, deposes, he taught school in Harrisonburg in 1787. Price was 40 sh. a year. James Cravens was his pupil. Lanahan built the Clerk's office in Pendleton about 1792. 13th September, 1816, Michael Kinser, aged 51, deposes, in 1784, when 19 years old, lived with Lanahan to learn mason's trade. 13th September, 1816, Christian Dedimer, aged 60, deposes, has lived within 2 miles of Craven's plantation for 36 or 37 years. 13th September, 1816, William Blain, aged, 54, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Joseph Birely, aged 51, deposes, his father moved to his present residence in 1784, about 1 mile from Cravens's residence. Peggy Cravens was married 1794 or 1795. 13th September, 1816, John Birely, aged 46 or 47, deposes, brother of Joseph. 13th September, 1816, Michael Dick, aged 58 years, was raised in this country. 13th September, 1816, Samuel Chandler, aged 45, deposeth, "before the arrival of Lanahan's friends (relations) from Ireland." 13th September, 1816, Elliott Rutherford, aged 46, about 28 or 29 years ago he went to school with William Cravens to one ---- Jamison, a teacher in Harrisonburg. Wm. came to school in company with Jeremiah Cravens, Wm. Cravens, son of Robert Cravens, and Dicky Dictum. 13th September, 1816, Henry I. Gambill, aged 39 years, deposes, he came to Harrisonburg in 1793. 13th September, 1816, David Laird, aged 73 years, deposes, he came to this country about 1755 or 1756. He boarded Mr. Hopkin's daughter about 1785-6-7 for nothing because she was a relation. 20th September, 1816, Bethuel Herring, aged 62 or 63 years. (It seems to have been the custom for persons near the school to board children attending school.) 20th September, 1816, Margaret Graham, aged 45 years, deposes, she was married October, 1790, and came to Harrisonburg immediately after. Her husband kept a store. Lanahan's trouble was that he frequented the billiard table too much. 20th September, 1816, Alexander Herring, aged 50 years, he went to school to Michael Mullen, who taught at a place called Fisher's Spring. Joseph and James Cravens went at same time. Joseph Bywaters aged 33 years, deposes, Dennis Lanahan had a nephew, Thomas Lanahan. 21st September, 1816, Thomas Scott, aged 70 years, deposes, Lanahan built Scot's house in 1787. 21st September, 1816, Dr. Peachy Harrison, aged 38 years, deposes, he went to the school at Fisher's Spring with Joseph and James Cravens to Mathew Bowyers. He started to school at age 4. The two Cravens boys went alternately so as to make one scholar between them. 21st September, 1816, James Kile, aged 56, deposes. 18th September, 1816, John Brock, aged 63, deposes.

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Scott Kendall gives us this:

Descendants of Jeremiah Chapline Cravens

1 Jeremiah Chapline Cravens 1838 -

.. +Cynthia Anne Desloge Smith 1843 -

......... 2 Susan Cravens 1866 -

............. +Bowden

.................... 3 Jeremiah C Bowden 1888 - 1964

........................ +Ruth Martin 1887 - 1982

............................... 4 William Bowden 1915 -

............................... 4 Elizabeth Bowden 1917 -

............................... 4 Jeremiah C Bowden 1920 -

......... 2 Mary Belle Cravens 1867 - 1935

............. +Henry Clay Crow 1860 - 1941

.................... 3 Robert Henry Crow 1889 -

........................ +Jean 1891 -

............................... 4 Martha J Crow 1921 -

.................... 3 Susie Louise Crow 1891 - 1973

.................... 3 Russell Lowell Crow 1901 - 1990

........................ +Marjorie L Elder 1901 -

............................... 4 Coralie Crow

............................... 4 Marjorie Crow

............................... 4 William Crow

................................... +Patricia Jones

............................... 4 Elizabeth Crow

.................... 3 Ernest Crow

......... 2 Annie Alice Cravens 1868 - 1873

......... 2 Elizabeth Wirt Cravens 1870 - 1947

......... 2 Irene Lee Cravens 1872 - 1943

......... 2 Robert Oscar Cravens 1874 -

............. +Daisy 1877 -

.................... 3 Frances Cravens 1904 -

.................... 3 Robert S Cravens 1907 - 1988

......... 2 Jeremiah Desloge Cravens 1876 -

......... 2 John Cravens 1877 -

......... 2 Zoe Louise Cravens 1879 - 1949

............. +William Alfred Pickering 1870 - 1930

.................... 3 Russell Cravens Pickering 1903 -

........................ +Eileen Lafferty 1908 - 1990

............................... 4 William Russell Pickering 1930 -

............................... 4 Lee Pickering

................................... +Katherine Lewis

.................... 3 Zoe Louise Pickering 1912 - 1981

........................ +Wallace Pierce Butler 1910 - 1987

............................... 4 William Wallace Butler

................................... +Julie Davis 1941 - 1988

............................... *2nd Wife of William Wallace Butler:

................................... +Unknown

............................... 4 Cooley Butler

................................... +Suzanne

.................... 3 Cynthia Ann Pickering 1914 - 1998

........................ +Joseph Boon Gregg 1913 - 1995

............................... 4 Cynthia Ann Gregg 1938 -

................................... +Donald Marsh

............................... *2nd Husband of Cynthia Ann Gregg:

................................... +Donald Sifers

............................... 4 Joan Elizabeth Gregg 1941 -

................................... +David Wilmonte Hobart 1933 - 1970

............................... *2nd Husband of Joan Elizabeth Gregg:

................................... +Gary Barnhill

............................... *3rd Husband of Joan Elizabeth Gregg:

................................... +E. Payne Palmer

............................... *4th Husband of Joan Elizabeth Gregg:

................................... +Paul Newberry

............................... *5th Husband of Joan Elizabeth Gregg:

................................... +Paul Gerhardt Zacher

............................... 4 Joseph Pickering Gregg 1944 -

................................... +Margo Grutzmacher - September

............................... *2nd Wife of Joseph Pickering Gregg:

................................... +Robin Seidlitz

............................... 4 William Boon Gregg 1944 - 1964 

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Children of Jonathan Evans and Hannah Cravens are:

i. Evan Evans, born 1773 in Greene Co, Tennessee; died 01 Mar 1841 in Green Co. Tennessee; married Margaret Shields 24 Dec 1804 in Greene, Tennessee; born Abt. 1773; died Bef. 1830 in Green Co. Tennessee.

Notes for Evan Evans:

Welsh for John

Married Margaret Shields (record in Greene County Courthouse, marriage p. 147 by Valentine Sevier. Listed in Iron Works Ledger also - Greene County land Transfers (Bright Hope Iron Works ledger)

ii. William Evans, born Abt. 1780 in Green Co. Tennessee; died in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia; married Rebecca Harrison 25 Oct 1810 in Augusta Co, Virginia; born Abt. 1790.

iii. John Evans, born 1780 in Augusta County, Virginia; died Bef. 1850 in Green Co. Tennessee; married Lucy Love 21 Mar 1799 in Greene Co, Tennessee; born 1780 in Jefferson, Tennessee, USA33; died 1847 in Dandridge, Jefferson Co, Tennessee.

iv. Jonathan A. Evans, born Abt. 1781 in Greene, Tennessee.

Notes for Jonathan A. Evans:

Settlement in Greene Co. Courthouse, Greeneville, Tennessee

v. Robert William Evans33, born 1785 in Greene, Tennessee, USA33; died 21 Feb 1841 in Greene Co. Tennessee; married 13 Aug 1806 in Greene Co. Tennessee.

Notes for Robert William Evans:

Robert was living with this family in the 1850 census

5 vi. Hannah Evans, born 1801 in Meadow Creek, Greene Co. Tennessee; died 04 Mar 1883 in Greene, Tennessee, USA; married Charles Love 20 Oct 1818 in Greene Co, Tennessee.

vii. Margaret Ann Evans, born 1804 in Greene Co. Tennessee; died 28 Jan 1864 in Near Camp Douglas Illinois; married Robert H. Cochran 12 Sep 1828 in Green Co. Tennessee; born 1798 in Tennessee; died in Illinois.

Notes for Margaret Ann Evans:

aka Peggy. William E. of Warrensburg, A cousin of Sarah Cochran asked about "Aunt Peggy" in a letter dated during the Civil War.

d. October 17, 1997????3/3/1877

M. Robert H. Cochran. He died January 28, 1853. shot by horse thieves during the civil war at home -- Account of death in family letter from son William C. to his Uncle Hiram Henry.

Notes for Robert H. Cochran:

The Cochran family, all members of the Timber Ridge Church, lived in the quaint white house on Warrensburg Road near Timber Ridge. Later, the home of Douglas and Kathy Bowers Duncan.

Robert was awakened by a disturbing noise in the Cochran barn January 28, 1864. Upon arrival, he discovered the Civil War troops were taking his son's horse. Shots fired at 11:00 P.M. resulted in Robert's death at 8:00 A.M., leaving wife, Margaret, and daughters, Eliza, Martha and Sarah as surviving members of the Cochran family. A large collection of Civil War letters from the three sons give insight into conditions of survival during this period to church and community of the Timber Ridge area

viii. James C. Evans, born 1812 in Green Co. Tennessee; died 1884; married Mary E. Unknown; born 1838 in Tennessee.

Notes for James C. Evans:

I, James Evans, of Evans Cross Roads, Greene County, Tennessee, being of sound mind and memory do hereby make and publish and declare this to be my last will and testament revoking and making void all former wills by me any time heretofore made.

First I order and direct my executors as soon after my death as practicable to pay off and discharge all of the debts due and liabilities that may exist at the time of my decease.

Second, I order and direct my executors to advertise and sell (as soon as convenient after my decease() at public sale all of the property belonging to my estate except for my lands and such articles as I may give to my widow to the highest bidder on six months time for case or interest bearing notes at six percent with good and approved security payable to my executors.

Third, I order to direct my executors to lay off and divide all my real estate or land into four equal parts on divisions in value as near as can be without injury to any one of the parts but if anyone of these parts or divisions is not equal in value to any or either one of the other parts it must be made equal in value to any or either one of the other parts it must be made equal in value with a sufficient amount of money from my estate. This said division is to be made by my executors and Sevier McGaughy (or if he cannot be had the County surveyor is to be in his stead) which said persons shall be commissioners to act under oath to survey and divide as before named. Also all buildings and improvements on my lands must be considered in respect to their value in making said divisions. further there divisions or parts of my lands are to be distributed among four of whom I make my heirs but each one of these heirshyss consisting of more than one person by drawing for them or by the consent of interested parties. Also in this distribution the minors must be represented by their guardian or representative.

Fourth, I give and devise and bequeath to my wife Mary E. Evans and my youngest daughter Nancy E. Evans jointly as equal partners the one fourth of my whole estate and also three hundred and twenty dollars in money to be paid out of my estate by my executors to said Mary E. Evans for the benefit of her daughter Nancy E. Evans to be kept and used at the discretion of her mother Mary E. Evans. Further this said fourth part of my estate must remain in the hands and under the control of my wife Mary E. Evans until said Mary E. Evans is twenty-one years of age than she must have her equal part of this fourth of my estate as her own. Further my wife, Mary E. Evans, is to have the fourth part of land on which my homestead is if it is her choice and she is to choose for her daughter Nancy E. Evans and be her representative. Further it is said Nancy Evans should die without issue her part of my estate shall belong to her mother her lifetime after which said part is to be equally divided between all of my grandchildren living. Still further the said Mary E. Evans is to have all of the property that she bought here or that she has made or bought or may buy with her own money since she became my wife and also a good cooking stove or its equivalent eighteen dollars.

Fifth I give devise and bequesth upon five of my grandchildren Viz. Thomas Dobson, William Dobson, Eule Dobson, Nena Bell Dobson and James E. Dobson, children of my deceased daughter, Angeline J. Dobson, one fourth part of my whole estate equally, which said fourth part of the Dobson heirs must be equally divided between them when the youngest one is twenty-one years of age. The Dobson heirs must have guardians appointed by the court.

Sixth - I give devise and bequeath to my two grandchildren equally, Viz. One of them Margaret E. Allen, daughter of my deceased daughter Margaret P. Allen or the other one Angeline (or Duck) Allen, the daughter of my daughter Florence Allen, both together one fourth part of my whole estate minus three hundred dollars and twenty dollars. This said fourth part for the Allen heirs must be controlled and managed by my executors who must pay over the interest and vents accruing upon their parts of my estate with the principal in money or lands to each one as they become twenty-one years of age for which my executors must have the legal or customary compensation. Further if either one or both of these said Allen heirs, Margaret E. Allen or Angeline (or Duck) Allen should die without issue said heirs parts of my estate must be equally divided between all of my grandchildren living including in this distribution my youngest daughter, Nancy E. Evans.

Seventh, I give devise and bequesth upon three of my grandchildren Viz. Fannie E. Campbell, Eula M. Campbell and Sarah M. Campbell, children of my deceased daughter Emily E. Campbell, equally one fourth part of my whole estate which said fourth part of my estate for the Campbell heirs must be equally divided when the youngest one is twenty one years old. These Campbell heirs must have guardian appointed by the court if they are not twenty-one years old.

Eighth- I give devise and bequesth upon my daughter Florence Allen nothing more of my estate than what I have heretofore given her.

Ninth - I herby nominate and appoint William W. Easterly and James Henry St. executors of this my last will and testament and require them to give good and approved security that they will perform and duties required in this will.

In witnesses thereof, I, James Evans have heretofore set my hand and seal this 28th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eighteen hundred eighty three.

witnesses: R. Bowers and W. C. D. Hutton

12. George Cochran, born Abt. 1768 in Washington County, Tennessee; died 27 Jul 1829 in Meadow Creek, Greene, Tennessee. He was the son of 24. James D. Cochran. He married 13. Margaret Henry Abt. 1789.

13. Margaret Henry, born Abt. 1768. She was the daughter of 26. James Craig.

Notes for George Cochran:

The Cochran family from Antrim, Ulster Ireland were of Scotch ancestry and came to Cochranville, Chester County, Pennsylvania between 1760-70.

George Cochran, father of Robert, came from Washington County, Tennessee to Meadow Creek, Greene County, Tennessee where he was taxed for land on the Chuckey River in 1809-17. From the Greene County Will executed Monday 27 July 1829 of George Cochran his children named were: 1) John deceased. 2) Samuel, married (1) Mary Ann Cochran (2) Eliza Jane Hale, Ann McCrain, Jamison, Robert married Margaret A . Evans, George, Carolyn married John Dunlap, Margaret (Peggy) deceased. Executors; John Dunlap, Thomas Magill.

From Chronicles of the Scotch Irish Settlement of Virginia, Augusta County 1745-1800 Vol. 2 Chalkey listed George Cochran and Margaret Henry daughter of James Craig (consent) witnesses, David Humphreys, Jno. McCutchan, surity, Samuel McCutchan.

Robert born 1798 and wife Margaret Evans Cochran born 1804 were early members of Timber Ridge Church. Margaret's parents were Jonathan and Hannah Cravens Evans listed in the first church session book in 1786. Robert and Margaret both members of Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church were parents 1) Eliza Cochran married Robert Lauderdale. Children-Robert. Married Ellen Hogan. Their children : Bulah, Howard, John and Robert 2) Myrtle Lauderdale married Charlie Derry, children; Marion, Ellen, Helen 3) Hubert Lauderdale married Della Gammons - son Alexander married Leona Hutton, child Barbara married Carl Belcher. Robert and Eliza Lauderdale son Sanford married Evie Pates, child Madge married Lacy Wykle; children; Virginia and Betty Ruth 4) Bruce Lauderdale never married 5) Sheldon Lauderdale died young.

Robert and Margaret Cochran's second child James Sr. married Minerva Sheffy. Sons James, William and Robert Jr. all died while in the Civil War. They were buried in a Confederate Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois. Martha Cochran made her later home with her sister Sarah wife of Andrew Dickson Susong at the Susong homeplace. Jane died December 5, 1862.

The Cochran family all members of Timber Ridge Church lived in the quaint white house on the Warrensburg Road near Timber Ridge where Douglas and Kathy Bowers Duncan now live.

Robert Cochran was awakened by a disturbing noise in the Cochran barn January 28, 1864, upon arrival he discovered the Civil war Troops were taking his sons horse. Shots fired at 11:00p.m. resulted in Robert's death at 8:00a.m. leaving wife Margaret and daughters Eliza, Martha and Sara as surviving members of the Cochran family. A large collection of Civil War letters from the three sons give insight into conditions of survival during this period of church and community History in the Timber Ridge area.

Page 157 The James and Minerva Sheffy Cochran Family

James Cochran was the son of Robert and Margaret Evans Cochran of timber Ridge, Tennessee, born 1832. James died in the Civil War, February 2, 1865. William and Robert Cochran, Jr. both of whom died while in Camp during the Civil War. James death left his wife Minerva Sheffy born 1835, died 1888 with children 1) James D. born May 7, 1860 , died Dec. 1895, married Catherine Hartman, Mosheim, Tennessee born December 10, 1857, Greene County, Tennessee, died May 5, 1888. Children: William Rufus Cochran born March 9, 1884, died April 26, 1953, Greene County , Tennessee married Nellie Ruth Sheffey, January 10, 1920 born January 29, 1900. Children: Lula Kathryn, Eugene Kenneth: Josephine married Caney Mcnew. Their children were: Edna, Fred, and Josephine who married Charlie Gregory- Children Ruth, Sammy remained in Greene County, Tennessee. Caney Mcnew married 20 Mabel Miller born September 12, 1887 (a granddaughter of Elija Bordon). Isaac Cadwell Cochran of James D. and Catherine, born about 1886, died 1927-married Effie Alta-Mira Hartman. Children: a) Helen K., married Henry Seaver. Children: William Henry married Wilma Aletha Shields. Child: Katherine D. Seaver b) Emily F. Cochran married Clarence Rudolph Payne. c)Virginia Josephine married Walter Faye Johnson-no children. Second child of James D. Cochran and Minerfa Sheffey was Ida Cochran born May 5, 1863, died September 27, 1901 married a Sisk. Third Child: Sally (Sarah) Cochran born May 5, 1863, died May 27, 1917, married Tolbert F. Seay born October 10, 1858, died may, 1928. Children: Bonnie. Married Andrew Rader. Father Henry Rader of Virginia and Tennessee. Children Frank and Gay Rader. b) Trixie Seay married Loui Hartman-children: Lucille, John, Bill, Reggie, Selma, Helen, (c) Bruce Seay married Nuckey Hartman, daughter of Rufus Hartman, children were Vida, Marcella and Dewey.

THIRD CHILD: LAYFAYETTE "FATE" COCHRAN'S CHILDREN WERE: THEODORE AND CLARK COCHRAN. FATE MOVED TO THE FARM OF HIS SISTER SALLY AND TOL SEAY WHO RAISED CLARK AND THEODORE. CLARK COCHRAN married Fannie Luttrell, Knoxville. Bothe Clark and Fannie lived in the home of Marion and Anne Evans Susong in the 1910's as young people. After a few years Clark and Fannie were married and a daughter, (Norma Payne) lives in Knoxville. THEODORE COCHRAN MARRIED GLADYS CROCKETT, CHILDREN: RALPH, Irene, Ethel, Billy Nell, Vivian, Dorothy, Stella , James, and Ronnie Cochran . James D. Cochran's grandfather George Cochran came from Washington County, Tennessee, to Greene County, Tennessee, the Meadow Creek area, where his son Samuel Cochran an elder in the Meadow Creek Church lived with his wife Mary and grandfather of James D.. Cochran, will names nine children and he request "Bury me between my wife and son". Pale graves with Mulberry paling and locust posts. 16-4-1829. James Cochran's father Robert Cochran was killed by horse thieves, Civil War, at his barn on the Warrensburg road. The Robert and Margarte Cochran Family were early members of Timber Ridge Church. Only daughters Eliza, Martha and Sarah and mother Margaret E. Cochran were left to carry on after the Civil War.

* This information was contributed by Katherine Harmon who is now deceased.

Kim Cochran Seeber provides us with this:

Will of George Cochrane, dec'd: Monday 27th July 1829. The execution of the last will and Testament of George Cochran dec'd was duly proven by the Auth. of Stephen Brooks, William Halland Samuel Peace. These submitting witnesses and ordered to be recorded and is as follows: In the name of God, Amen, I George Cochran of the County of Greene and State of Tennessee being weake of body but sound in minde memory and in my perfect recolection calling to minde the mortallity of the body and that it is appointed for all men to die, and to prevent any dispute rising amongst my legal heirs after my decease do make this my last will and testament utterly revoking any former wills by me made

or any former executors by me appointed. I hereby declare this to be my last will and testament, that is to say. First of all I recommend my soul to the almighty God that gave it and my body to ground to be interred in a decent Christianlike manner at the descreation of my executors. And as touching my worldly efects that it hath pleased God to bless me with, I dispose of in the following manner, that is to say after all my just debts and funeral expenses are paid. First I give and bequesth unto the legal heirs of my oldest son John Cochran dec'd one hundred and fifty dollars to be divided amongst them share and share alike to remain in the hands of my executors untill said children may come of age. Secondly i give and bequeath unto my son Samuel Cochran a certain peace of land containing one hundred acres joining Puser's tract as is now laid of it bring the land warein he now lives to be his legacy in full. Thirdly I give and bequest unto daughter Ann McGain the sum of forty dollars to be her portion in full. Forthly I give unto my son Jameson Cochran the sum of one hundred fifty dollars to be his portion in full. Fifthly I bequesth all the remaining of my estate to be divided equally amongst the residence of my children except my son Robert Cochran and he is to have one hundred and fifty dollars less than the rest of these herein named that is to say George Cochran, Caroline Dunlap, Peggy Henry and Martha Mitchell. Those aforenamed as aforesaid to have all the estate real and personal except that part that is left in special legicies as above except as aforesaid Robert to have one hundred fifty dollars less than any of the rest and Caroline Dunlap to have forty dollars more than any of the others. Lastly, I give my two grandchildren, the children of James & Marchel Cochran decd to have one half as much each as these other named children. And calling to mind my granddaughter Polly Dunlap that attended upon me to paid the sum of fourty dollars and to have one bed and furniture and my chest. And further I appoint and constitute John Dunlap and Thomas Magill to be executor of this my last will and testament injoining on them to bury me between my wife's and son and to have the graves pailed decently with sawed milbury pailing and good locust posts and that they be punctual to this my will. In testimony of the above will I here signed sealed published and declared this instrument to be my last will and testament this 16th of April 1829 in the presents of Stephen Brooks, William Hall James Peares.

Children of George Cochran and Margaret Henry are:

i. John Cochran33, born Abt. 1790; died 1883 in Albemarle, VA, USA33

ii. Ann Cochran, born Abt. 1791; married Unknown McCrain; born Abt. 1791.

iii. Jameson Cochran, born Abt. 1792.

iv. George Cochran, born Abt. 1793.

v. Caroline Cochran, born Abt. 1794; married John Dunlap; born Abt. 1794.

vi. Peggy Cochran, born Abt. 1795; married Henry Unknown; born Abt. 1795.

vii. Martha Cochran, born Abt. 1796; married Unknown Mitchell; born Abt. 1796.

viii. James Cochran, born Abt. 1797; married (1) Unknown Marchal; born Abt. 1797; married (2) Mary Unknown; born 1796 in Virginia.

Notes for James Cochran:

known to have had two children per will of George Cochran

ix. Robert H. Cochran, born 1798 in Tennessee; died in Illinois; married Margaret Ann Evans 12 Sep 1828 in Green Co. Tennessee; born 1804 in Greene Co. Tennessee; died 28 Jan 1864 in Near Camp Douglas Illinois.

Notes for Robert H. Cochran:

The Cochran family, all members of the Timber Ridge Church, lived in the quaint white house on Warrensburg Road near Timber Ridge. Later, the home of Douglas and Kathy Bowers Duncan.

Robert was awakened by a disturbing noise in the Cochran barn January 28, 1864. Upon arrival, he discovered the Civil War troops were taking his son's horse. Shots fired at 11:00 P.M. resulted in Robert's death at 8:00 A.M., leaving wife, Margaret, and daughters, Eliza, Martha and Sarah as surviving members of the Cochran family. A large collection of Civil War letters from the three sons give insight into conditions of survival during this period to church and community of the Timber Ridge area

Notes for Margaret Ann Evans:

aka Peggy. William E. of Warrensburg, A cousin of Sarah Cochran asked about "Aunt Peggy" in a letter dated during the Civil War.

d. October 17, 1997????3/3/1877

M. Robert H. Cochran. He died January 28, 1853. shot by horse thieves during the civil war at home -- Account of death in family letter from son William C. to his Uncle Hiram Henry.

6 x. Samuel Cochran, born 09 Oct 1800 in Tennessee; died 07 Aug 1887 in Greene Co, Tennessee; married (1) Mary Ann Cochran; married (2) Eliza Jane Hale 18 Mar 1847 in Greene, Tennessee.

xi. William May Cochran, born 03 Apr 1875; married Marion D. Unknown; born Abt. 1875; died 1890.

Notes for William May Cochran:

buried in same plot - presumed to be his brother??????

Generation No. 5

16. Charles Love33,34,34,35,35, born Abt. 1743 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; died 35. He was the son of 32. Samuel Love and 33. Mary Abbott. He married 17. Mary Harris 1734 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles, Maryland.

17. Mary Harris35,35,35,35, born 1713 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; died 27 Jul 1757. She was the daughter of 34. John Harris and 35. Catherine Musgrave.

Children of Charles Love and Mary Harris are:

i. Pentheselia Love35,35, born 21 Dec 1742 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; married Richard Gill; born Abt. 1738.

ii. Jane Love35,35, born 26 Jan 1749 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA35,35

Notes for Jane Love:

The year of birth is 1748,

iii. Pamela Love35,35, born 14 Jul 1751 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; died 1799 in Charles, MD, USA35; married Robert Warren; born Abt. 1751.

Notes for Pamela Love:

May have been Pamelia?

iv. Mary Love35, born 14 Dec 1753 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA35; died 22 Dec.

v. Ann Love35, born 05 Nov 1754 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA35; died 05 Nov 1754 in Charles, MD, USA35

vi. Samuel Abbott Love35,35, born 17 Dec 1755 in Charles, Maryland; died 1804 in Greene, Tennessee.

vii. William Augustine Love35,35, born 17 Dec 1755 in Charles, MD, USA35,35

Notes for William Augustine Love:

William Augustine Love

In William R. Love's book this person is identified as "Samuel Abbott William Augustine" (b. Dec. 17, 1755).

viii. Martha Love35,35, born 27 Jul 1757 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA35,35

8 ix. Thomas Love, born 29 Nov 1745 in Trinity, Charles, MD, USA; died 23 Apr 1810 in Dandridge, Jefferson, Tennessee; married Dorothea Unknown 1768.

20. Evan Evans35, born 1729 in VA, USA35; died 21 Oct 182135. He was the son of 40. David Evans and 41. Rachel Burnet. He married 21. Unknown Shanklin.

21. Unknown Shanklin, born Abt. 1730.

"A man of this name arrived in the area of Chester County, Pennsylvania and settled there on a grant from William Penn. This fact is stated in page 193 of Katharine Harjon's book, Jonathan & Hannah Cravens Evans of the Nolachucky River Area. When the Shenandoah Valley was opened for settlement, Evan Evans moved to Augusta County, Virginia probably with the Robert Shanklin family."

Children of Evan Evans and Unknown Shanklin are:

i. Evan Evans, born 1750 in Augusta Co, Virginia; died in Green Co. Tennessee.

Notes for Evan Evans:

Evan Evans and his brother, Jonathan, were mentioned in the will of John Shanklin, proven in Augusta County Virginia 22 March 1769. He was bequeathed a cow and a calf. He would have been approximately 17 years of age. Evan is thought to have served in the Revolutionary war with his brother, Jonathan and to have obtained several land grants in Greene County, Tennessee about the same time as his brothers.

ii. Elizabeth Evans35, born Abt. 1756 in Augusta Co, Virginia; died in Green Co. Tennessee; married James Magill; born 1756 in Bridgewater, VA, USA35; died 14 Aug 1840 in Madisonville, Tennessee36.

Notes for James Magill:

Served in the 12th Virginia Regiment in the Revolutionary War

10 iii. Jonathan Evans, born 1760 in Augusta Co, Virginia (Now Rockingham); died 27 Apr 1813 in Greene Co, Tennessee; married Hannah Cravens Jun 1779 in Rockingham, Virginia.

22. John Cravens, born 1722 in Sussex, Delaware; died 24 Jul 1778 in Fisher Springs Virginia. He was the son of 44. Robert R. Cravens and 45. Mary Harrison. He married 23. Margaret Hiatt Abt. 1759 in Rockingham, Virginia.

23. Margaret Hiatt, born 1727 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; died 1826 in Rockingham, Virginia. She was the daughter of 46. John Hiatt and 47. Rachel Wilbur.

Notes for John Cravens:

Cravens vs. Lanahan--O. S. 291; N. S. 103--Bill by William, Joseph, James Cravens, Peggy (Cravens), wife of Joseph Snap, children of John

Cravens, who died 25th July, 1778, intestate, leaving widow Margaret and seven children, viz: Mary, Hannah, Robert, William, Joseph, James and

Peggy. Administration was granted to widow and Robert Cravens, brother of John. Margaret married Dennis Lanahan. Robert Cravens, Jr., came of age about fall of 1785. He was 14 years old at death of his father, and died 10th December, 1793, intestate, unmarried and without issue. Dennis made his will, giving a legacy to his brother Timothy. Dennis and Margaret were married 20th March, 1782. William Cravens was born 20th April, 1764; Joseph, 20th May, 1769; James, 12th April, 1773; Margaret, 26th August, 1775. Dennis says his nephew came in from Ireland, which caused him to alter his will. Robert Cravens, Sr., was seldom at home during the Revolution. William Cravens was Dennis's apprentice as mason. James was put to brick making in Staunton, but was afterwards taken to Kentucky by a relation and never returned. Administration on estate of Robert Cravens granted in Rockingham, 27th April, 1784, to Hester Cravens, the widow, and Benj. Smith, 13th September, 1816. John Ewing, aged 76 or 77 years, deposes, Wm. Herron was school teacher in 1784, 85, 86. 13th September, 1816, Phebe Ewing, aged 68, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Mary Pence, daughter of John and Phebe Ewing, aged 42 years. Her uncle, Davison.

13th September, 1816, George Argabright, aged 60, deposes. 13th September, 1816, John Hemphill, aged 57 years, was raised about 2 miles from

Cravens. Robert Cravens went on McIntoshes' campaign. John is cousin of plaintiff. Hannah Cravens was married June, 1779. Mary was married

same year. Mathew Boyers was a school teacher. 13th September, 1816, Col. George Huston, aged 59 years, deposes. 13th September, 1816,

Samuel McWilliams, aged 50 years, deposes, he taught school in Harrisonburg in 1787. Price was 40 sh. a year. James Cravens was his pupil. Lanahan built the Clerk's office in Pendleton about 1792. 13th September, 1816, Michael Kinser, aged 51, deposes, in 1784, when 19 years old, lived with Lanahan to learn mason's trade. 13th September, 1816, Christian Dedimer, aged 60, deposes, has lived within 2 miles of Craven's plantation for 36 or 37 years. 13th September, 1816, William Blain, aged, 54, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Joseph Birely, aged 51, deposes, his father moved to his present residence in 1784, about 1 mile from Cravens's residence. Peggy Cravens was married 1794 or 1795. 13th September, 1816, John Birely, aged 46 or 47, deposes, brother of Joseph. 13th September, 1816, Michael Dick, aged 58 years, was raised in this country. 13th September, 1816, Samuel Chandler, aged 45, deposeth, "before the arrival of Lanahan's friends (relations) from Ireland." 13th September, 1816, Elliott Rutherford, aged 46, about 28 or 29 years ago he went to school with William Cravens to one _____ Jamison, a teacher in Harrisonburg. Wm. came to school in company with Jeremiah Cravens, Wm. Cravens, son of Robert Cravens, and Dicky Dictum. 13th September, 1816, Henry I. Gambill, aged 39 years, deposes, he came to Harrisonburg in 1793. 13th September, 1816, David Laird, aged 73 years, deposes, he came to this country about 1755 or 1756. He boarded Mr. Hopkin's daughter about 1785-6-7 for nothing because she was a relation. 20th September, 1816, Bethuel Herring, aged 62 or 63 years. (It seems to have been the custom for persons near the school to board children attending school.) 20th September, 1816, Margaret Graham, aged 45 years, deposes, she was married October, 1790, and came to Harrisonburg immediately after. Her husband kept a store. Lanahan's trouble was that he frequented the billiard table too much. 20th September, 1816, Alexander Herring, aged 50 years, he went to school to Michael Mullen, who taught at a place called Fisher's Spring. Joseph and James Cravens went at same time. Joseph Bywaters aged 33 years, deposes, Dennis Lanahan had a nephew, Thomas Lanahan. 21st September, 1816, Thomas Scott, aged 70 years, deposes, Lanahan built Scot's house in 1787. 21st September, 1816, Dr. Peachy Harrison, aged 38 years, deposes, he went to the school at Fisher's Spring with Joseph and James Cravens to Mathew Bowyers. He started to school at age 4. The two Cravens boys went alternately so as to make one scholar between them. 21st September, 1816, James Kile, aged 56, deposes. 18th September, 1816, John Brock, aged 63, deposes.

George L. Clemmer vs. David Potter's heirs--O. S. 291; N. S. 103--Bill, 1820--David Potter of Rockbridge died, leaving children (wife already

dead), viz: Margaret Runkle, wife of Christian Runkle; Catherine; Susanna, wife of John Wambuck (Warnburk); Mary, wife of Benj. Baltzer;

John; Sarah, wife of Peter Koontz; Eve, Charles, Barbara, David (infant).  John Potter has since died, leaving widow Mary and two infants, Elizabeth and Sarah. Sarah Koontz is also dead, leaving husband and infant Mary Deed, 1st September, 1795, by William Rhea and Elizabeth of Rockbridge County to David Bottorf of same place, 250 acres in Rockbridge. Recorded 7th June, 1796.

Notes for Margaret Hiatt:

Information provided by Larry and Tanya Anderson of Omaha, Nebraska 6-20-1992

Marriage mentioned in "The Dyer Settlement, The Fort Seybert Massacre, Fort Seybert, West Virginia", Page 30, by Mary Lee Keibert Talbot published in 1937 by the Larson-Dingle Publishing Company.

Children of John Cravens and Margaret Hiatt are:

i. Mary Cravens, born 1760 in Virginia; died Bef. 1810; married Josiah Harrison 1779; born 176037; died 1812 in Mecklenburg, NC, USA37.

11 ii. Hannah Cravens, born 1762 in Augusta, Virginia or Cooks Creek Tennessee; died 01 Nov 1841 in Augusta County, West Virginia; married Jonathan Evans Jun 1779 in Rockingham, Virginia.

iii. Robert Cravens, born 1764 in Virginia; died 10 Dec 1793 in Virginia.

Notes for Robert Cravens:

According to Cravens vs. Lanahan--O.S.291; N. S. 103, Augusta County Court records, Robert Cravens came of age in 1785. He was 14 years old at the death of his father in 1778. He died intestate, unmarried.

 

iv. William Cravens, born 20 Apr 1766 in Augusta, Virginia; died 10 Oct 1826 in Madison, Indiana; married Jean Harrison; born Abt. 1779; died 1835 in Indiana.

Notes for William Cravens:

Date of birth proven by Cravens vs. Lanahan

v. Joseph Cravens, born 20 May 1769 in Augusta, Virginia; died 1842 in Madison, Indiana; married Mary Nickel 30 Nov 1790 in Crook's Creek, Rockingham, Virginia; born 10 Apr 1774 in Virginia; died 28 Nov 1847 in Madison, Indiana.

Notes for Joseph Cravens:

Date of birth proven by Cravens vs Lanahan

vi. James Cravens38,39,40, born 12 Apr 1773 in Augusta County, Virginia; died 1821 in Selma Alabama; married Ann Nancy Love 20 Dec 1797 in Greene Co. Tennessee; born 1776 in Tennessee; died 1821 in Selma, Alabama41.

Notes for James Cravens:

Date of birth proven by Cravens vs. Lanahan

James Cravens removed before marriage to Green County Tennessee, thence after marriage to Selma Alabama where he died.

James spent part of his youth in Tennessee, probably with his sister, Hannah, and brother-in-law, Jonathan Evans. He married Ann in Greene County Tennessee in 1797. Ann was the daughter of Thomas and Dorothea Love, neighbors of Jonathan Evans. James Cravens settled on land near his brother-in-law, Jonathan Evans. James Cravens is shown on several deed abstracts in the Greene County records. As noted in the will of Jonathan Evans, in the Evans Family chapter, James Cravens sold his Greene County land to Jonathan Eans and moved his family to Selma Alabama, where he resettled. After some years in Alabama, James and Ann died in 1821 and most of his children returned to Greene County Tennessee and lived with their aunt and uncle, Mary (Love) and George Gordon.

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 continuing his work.

vii. Margaret Cravens, born 26 Aug 1775 in Augusta, Virginia; died 19 Mar 1850 in Slanesville, Hampshire, West Virginia; married (1) Henry Smith 04 Apr 1792; born 1758; married (2) Joseph Snapp 04 Oct 1793 in Rockingham, Virginia; born 17 Jun 1771 in Strasburg, Shenandoah, Virginia; died 12 Dec 1847 in Slanesville, Hampshire, West Virginia.

Notes for Joseph Snapp:

For marriage record: see Book A, p. 547, Harrisonburg County Court Record.

24. James D. Cochran, born Abt. 1747.

Child of James D. Cochran is:

12 i. George Cochran, born Abt. 1768 in Washington County, Tennessee; died 27 Jul 1829 in Meadow Creek, Greene, Tennessee; married Margaret Henry Abt. 1789.

26. James Craig, born Abt. 1848.

Child of James Craig is:

13 i. Margaret Henry, born Abt. 1768; married George Cochran Abt. 1789.

 

Generation No. 6

32. Samuel Love41,41,41, born 1700 in Charles, MD, USA41; died 01 Dec 1772 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland. He was the son of 64. Thomas Love and 65. Sarah Goldsmith. He married 33. Mary Abbott 05 Dec 1742.

33. Mary Abbott, born Abt. 1700.

Children of Samuel Love and Mary Abbott are:

16 i. Charles Love, born Abt. 1743 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; married Mary Harris 1734 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles, Maryland.

ii. Samuel Love41, born Abt. 1744 in Charles, MD, USA41; died 24 Apr 1787 in Buckland, Virginia; married (1) Unknown Unknown; born Abt. 1720; married (2) Mary Haw 05 Dec 1742 in Newport, Charles, Maryland; born Abt. 1748; died 30 Dec 1747.

iii. Nancy Love41, born Abt. 1747 in Charles, MD, USA41

iv. Jose Love, born Abt. 1745.

v. Phillip Love, born Abt. 1746.

34. John Harris41, born 25 May 170841; died 18 Dec 1742 in Charles, MD, USA41. He married 35. Catherine Musgrave.

35. Catherine Musgrave41, died 09 Mar 1768 in Charles, MD, USA41.

Child of John Harris and Catherine Musgrave is:

17 i. Mary Harris, born 1713 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; died 27 Jul 1757; married Charles Love 1734 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles, Maryland.

40. David Evans41, born 1799 in Bush River, Newberry, SC, USA41; died 19 Nov 1861 in Warren, OH, USA41. He married 41. Rachel Burnet.

41. Rachel Burnet41, born 177941; died 180441.

Child of David Evans and Rachel Burnet is:

20 i. Evan Evans, born 1729 in VA, USA; died 21 Oct 1821; married (1) Unknown Shanklin..

44. Robert R. Cravens, born 1696 in Kent Co Delaware; died May 1762 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia. He was the son of 88. Richard Cravens. He married 45. Mary Harrison 17 Aug 1721 in Maidenhead Plantation, Sussex on the Delaware.

45. Mary Harrison41,42, born 25 May 1696 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New Jersey; died 28 May 1781 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia. She was the daughter of 90. Isaiah Harrison and 91. Elizabeth Wright.

Notes for Robert R. Cravens:

not proven

Children of Robert Cravens and Mary Harrison are:

i. Joseph Cravens42, born 1723 in Sussex, DE, USA42; died 1763; married (2) Naomi Harrison; born Abt. 1723.

Notes for Joseph Cravens:

From the records of the Maiden Springs Fort, Historical Sketches of Southwest Virginia, Publication 4 - 1968

Historical Society of Southwest Virginia. These materials have been made available by the courtesy of the Historical Society of Southwest Virginia and Rhonda Robertson Could this be our Cravens family?

At the Maiden Springs Fort - August to November 1774

Rees Bowen (killed by King's Mountain), Robert Brown, Sergeant, Thomas Bromley, James Cravens, John Cravens, Joseph Cravens (Sergeant from 22nd September), Robert Cravens, James Douglas, John Flintham, Samuel Fowler, John Jamison, Andrew Lammey, James McElhenny, John Newland, Samuel Paxton, James Rogers (Draper Mss 6 XX 106), David Ward, Henry Willis

The third fort under Captain Daniel Smith's command was the Maiden Springs Station located on the Maiden Spring branch of Clinch River, and was the home of Rees Bowen. No description has been found as to the construction details or size of this fort. There is no account that it ever came under a direct assault by the Indians, but it did remain one of the frontier defense bastions throughout the troubled Indian days.

Rees Bowen was born in Maryland in 1742. He fought in the Point Pleasant Campaign in 1774, and went to the relief of the Kentucky Stations in 1778. During the illness of his brother, Captain William Bowen, he succeeded as Lieutenant to his brother's command at the Battle of King's Mountain and was shot dead by a Tory from behind a baggage wagon.

Thus is completed the description of the seven original forts built on the Clinch frontier. It may be of interest to the reader to know who manned and protected these forts and the frontier during the well documented period of Dunmore's War, as militia rosters have been preserved of the first men to man these forts immediately after their construction.

The rosters first lists the forts, distance from each, and the name of the officer in charge and the number of men assigned.

Blackmore's Fort - 16 Men - Sergeant Moor, Officer in Charge

Moore's Fort - 20 men - 20 miles - Boone (Daniel), Officer in Charge

Russell's Fort - 20 men - 4 miles - W. Poage, Sergeant, Officer in Charge

Glade Hollow Fort - 15 men - 12 miles - John Dunkin, Sergeant, Officer in Charge

Elk Garden Fort - 18 men - 14 miles - John Kinkead, Sergeant, Officer in Charge

Maiden Spring Fort - 5 men - 23 miles - Joseph Cravens, Sergeant - Officer in Charge

Witten's Big Crab Orchard - 3 men - 12 miles - Ensign (John) Campbell

This list is dated 6 October 1774. (Draper Mss 3 QQ 116)

ii. Mary Cravens42, born 1726 in Lewes, Sussex, Delaware; died 1801 in Rockingham, Virginia; married Samuel Hemphill Bef. 1761; born Abt. 1723; died 1809 in Rockingham, Virginia.

iii. Agnes Cravens42, born 1732 in Prince William, VA, USA42; married John McGill Bef. 1761; born Abt. 1732.

Notes for John McGill:

uncertain

iv. Elizabeth Cravens42, born 1737 in Sussex, DE, USA42; married Jacob Miller; born Abt. 1737.

22 v. John Cravens, born 1722 in Sussex, Delaware; died 24 Jul 1778 in Fisher Springs Virginia; married Margaret Hiatt Abt. 1759 in Rockingham, Virginia.

vi. William Cravens42, born 1730 in Sussex, DE, USA42; married Jane Harrison 1744 in Rockingham, Virginia; born 1726.

Notes for William Cravens:

William migrated to a spot near Harrisonburg. He is the second child mentioned in his fathers will and two of his children, Robert and John, are included as being grandchildren of Robert Sr.

William Cravens served as Ensign in the French and Indian War and as a Captain in the Revolutionary War. The Musters of Augusta County 1742 lists Wm. Cravens in Capt. Geo. Robinson's Co.

vii. Margaret Cravens42, born 1724 in Lewes, Sussex, Delaware; died 1753; married (1) Primrose; married (2) Zebulon Harrison 23 Jul 1747 in Morristown, NJ; born Abt. 1721 in Long Island, New York; died 1792 in Lacey Springs, Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia.

Notes for Margaret Cravens:

Margaret was the eldest daughter of Robert Cravens Sr. and his wife, Marry Harrison Cravens. She was born near Lewes, Delaware and married there to Mr. Primrose. She was living in or near Morristown New Jersey at the time of her second marriage to Zebulon Harrison on July 23 1747. Margaret is last mentioned April 11 1795 in old church records. Exact date of death is unknown at this time.

buried in an unmarked burial ground, east of Lacy springs, near Harrisonburg, VA

Notes for Zebulon Harrison:

Buried in an unmarked burial ground, east of Lacy Springs, near Harrisonburg, VA

422-1 Zebulon Harrison

born ca. 1718, died 1792, married his cousin Margaret Cravens on 23 Jul 1747 at Morristown, New Jersey.

viii. Robert Cravens42, born 1733 in Sussex Co., Delaware42; died Mar 1784 in Rockingham, Virginia; married Hester Harrison; born 1738 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia; died 27 Apr 1781 in Rockingham County, Virginia.

Notes for Robert Cravens:

Named in the will of John Cravens, who died 25 July, 1778 as brother of John.

ix. William Cravens, born 1725 in Lewes, Sussex, Delaware; married Jane Unknown 1744; born Abt. 1730.

46. John Hiatt, born 1696 in England; died 26 Oct 1764 in Frederick Co, VA. He was the son of 92. John Hiatt and 93. Mary Smith. He married 47. Rachel Wilbur 1722 in Bucks, PA.

47. Rachel Wilbur, born 28 Feb 1698 in Kendal, W. England; died Abt. 1746 in Frederick Co VA.

Notes for John Hiatt:

The Hiatts were Quakers and are said to have come from the British Isles.

Per "The House of Cravens" John Hiatt Sr. and his son John Jr. were both granted land by Lord Fairfax between 1759 and 1762. John Cravens was appointed guardian of Roger & John Dyer, orphans of William Dyer, deceased.

Notes for Rachel Wilbur:

Could also be Rachel Wilson

Children of John Hiatt and Rachel Wilbur are:

i. John Hiatt, born Abt. 1726.

23 ii. Margaret Hiatt, born 1727 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; died 1826 in Rockingham, Virginia; married (1) William Dyer; married (2) John Cravens Abt. 1759 in Rockingham, Virginia; married (3) Dennis Lanahan 20 Mar 1782 in Virginia.

Generation No. 7

64. Thomas Love43,43,43,43,44, born 1664 in Charles, MD, USA45,46; died 1694 in Charles, MD, USA47. He was the son of 128. William Love and 129. Judith Gerard. He married 65. Sarah Goldsmith.

65. Sarah Goldsmith47, born 1688 in St Marys, MD, USA47; died 47.

Child of Thomas Love and Sarah Goldsmith is:

32 i. Samuel Love, born 1700 in Charles, MD, USA; died 01 Dec 1772 in Trinity Parish, Charles, Maryland; married Mary Abbott 05 Dec 1742.

88. Richard Cravens, born 1748. He was the son of 176. Joseph Cravens and 177. Rachel Unknown.

Children of Richard Cravens are:

44 i. Robert R. Cravens, born 1696 in Kent Co Delaware; died May 1762 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia; married Mary Harrison 17 Aug 1721 in Maidenhead Plantation, Sussex on the Delaware.

ii. Margaret Cravens, born Abt. 1701 in England; died in England; married Daniel Harrison; born 1701 in Smithfield, Suffolk, New York; died 10 Jul 1770 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia.

90. Isaiah Harrison, born 1666 in Chester, England; died 1738 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia. He was the son of 180. Thomas D Harrison and 181. Katherine Bradshaw. He married 91. Elizabeth Wright 1688 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.

91. Elizabeth Wright, born 1666. She was the daughter of 182. Gideon Wright and 183. Elizabeth Townsend.

Notes for Isaiah Harrison:

Died while camping on the Shenandoah River

Children of Isaiah Harrison and Elizabeth Wright are:

i. Isaiah Harrison, born 27 Sep 1689 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York; died in South Carolina.

ii. John Harrison, born 25 Sep 1691 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York; died May 1771 in Lacey Springs, Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia; married Phoebe Unknown 1720; born 1686 in Oyster Bay, Nassau, NY, USA48; died 06 Dec 1793 in Lacey Springs, Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia.

45 iii. Mary Harrison, born 25 May 1696 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New Jersey; died 28 May 1781 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia; married Robert R. Cravens 17 Aug 1721 in Maidenhead Plantation, Sussex on the Delaware.

92. John Hiatt, born 1674 in Worcestershire, England; died 1726 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania. He was the son of 184. John Hiatt and 185. Margret. He married 93. Mary Smith Abt. 1695 in England.

93. Mary Smith, born 1677 in England; died 1745 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of 186. William Smith and 187. Grace Unknown.

Child of John Hiatt and Mary Smith is:

46 i. John Hiatt, born 1696 in England; died 26 Oct 1764 in Frederick Co, VA; married Rachel Wilbur 1722 in Bucks, PA.

Generation No. 8

128. William Love49,49,49,50, born 1645 in MD, USA50; died 1680 in Charles, MD, USA51. He married 129. Judith Gerard 166451.

129. Judith Gerard51, born May 1645 in St Clements Mano, Saint Marys, MD, USA51; died 1678 in Saint Marys, MD, USA51.

Children of William Love and Judith Gerard are:

64 i. Thomas Love, born 1664 in Charles, MD, USA; died 1694 in Charles, MD, USA; married Sarah Goldsmith.

ii. Richard Love51, born 1666 in Charles, MD, USA51

iii. Elizabeth Love51, born 31 May 1668 in Charles, MD, USA51

176. Joseph Cravens52, born 1677 in England, ON, Canada52; died in Salem New Jersey. He was the son of 352. Thomas Craven and 353. Margaret Craven. He married 177. Rachel Unknown Bef. 1676 in England.

177. Rachel Unknown, born 167652.

Notes for Joseph Cravens:

settled in New Castle Delaware

Notes for Rachel Unknown:

sister of Elizabeth Smith, widow of John Smith

Children of Joseph Cravens and Rachel Unknown are:

i. Joseph Cravens, born Abt. 1695.

88 ii. Richard Cravens, born 1748.

180. Thomas D Harrison53,53, born 1633 in Kingston On Hull, England53,53; died 1682 in Dublin, Ireland53,53. He was the son of 360. Richard Harrison. He married 181. Katherine Bradshaw 1659 in Jamestown.

181. Katherine Bradshaw, born 1637 in Chester, England; died Aft. 1682. She was the daughter of 362. Edward Bradshaw and 363. Sussanah Blease.

Notes for Thomas D Harrison:

Thomas Harrison was a Doctor of Divinity. He was former Chaplain to Gov. Berkeley at Jamestown, Virginia and a native of Kingston-Upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England. He was an independent or congregational Minister of the Gospel in Dublin Ireland in 1682

Because he sympathized with Cromwell, his fortunes were thought to be pretty well depleted by the time Isaiah came to America.

He left a will recorded in 1682 but it was destroyed in the courts fire of public records office in Ireland in the late rebellion of 1922.

Notes for Katherine Bradshaw:

aka: Catherine Marriage record St. Peters Church, Chester, England February 28 1659, Mr. Thomas Harrison, Doctor of Divinity and Miss Katherine Bradshaw, spinster, (were) married. She was 23 baptized 10 Sep. 1637.

Children of Thomas Harrison and Katherine Bradshaw are:

i. Isaiah Harrison53,53,54, born 1643 in Chester England Oyster Bay, New York55,55; died 1722 in Shenandoah Mts, Va Delaware55,55; married (2) Elizabeth Townsend Wright 168855; born 1668 in Nassau, Livingston, New York55; died 1700 in Queens, Lewis, New York55; married (3) Abigail Smith 1700 in Huntington, Livingston, New York55; born 22 Jun 1678 in Smithtown, Livingston, New York55; died 171555.

ii. Hannah Harrison, born Abt. 1660; married Benjamin Harison; born Abt. 1660.

90 iii. Isaiah Harrison, born 1666 in Chester, England; died 1738 in Augusta, later Rockingham, Virginia; married (1) Elizabeth Wright 1688 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York; married (2) Abigail Smith 1702 in Huntington, Long Island, New York.

182. Gideon Wright, born Abt. 1630; died 1685. He was the son of 364. Peter Wright and 365. Alice Unknown. He married 183. Elizabeth Townsend.

183. Elizabeth Townsend, born Bef. 1660. She was the daughter of 366. John Townsend and 367. Elizabeth Montgomerie.

Notes for Gideon Wright:

Gideon was a farmer and a shoemaker.

Child of Gideon Wright and Elizabeth Townsend is:

91 i. Elizabeth Wright, born 1666; married Isaiah Harrison 1688 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.

184. John Hiatt, born Abt. 1650 in Lancaster PA. He married 185. Margret.

185. Margret, born Abt. 1650.

Child of John Hiatt and Margret is:

92 i. John Hiatt, born 1674 in Worcestershire, England; died 1726 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; married Mary Smith Abt. 1695 in England.

186. William Smith, born Abt. 1757. He married 187. Grace Unknown.

187. Grace Unknown, born Abt. 1757.

Child of William Smith and Grace Unknown is:

93 i. Mary Smith, born 1677 in England; died 1745 in Bucks Co, Pennsylvania; married John Hiatt Abt. 1695 in England.

Generation No. 9

352. Thomas Craven, born Abt. 1604; died in England. He was the son of 704. Anthony Craven. He married 353. Margaret Craven.

353. Margaret Craven, born Abt. 1604. She was the daughter of 706. Robert Craven.

Children of Thomas Craven and Margaret Craven are:

176 i. Joseph Cravens, born 1677 in England, ON, Canada; died in Salem New Jersey; married Rachel Unknown Bef. 1676 in England.

360. Richard Harrison, born 1550. He was the son of 720. John Harrison.

Children of Richard Harrison are:

i. Benjamin Harrison, born Abt. 1614.

180 ii. Thomas D Harrison, born 1633 in Kingston On Hull, England; died 1682 in Dublin, Ireland; married (1) Katherine Bradshaw 1659 in Jamestown.; married (3) Dorothy Symonds 1648 in MA, USA.

362. Edward Bradshaw55, born 1604; died 21 Oct 1671. He married 363. Sussanah Blease.

363. Sussanah Blease55, born 1613 in Chester, England55; died 1650 in Chester, Cheshire, England55.

Notes for Edward Bradshaw:

Mercer and sheriff of Chester

Children of Edward Bradshaw and Sussanah Blease are:

i. Mary Bradshaw, born Abt. 1633; married Roger Manwaring 1672 in Kermoncham, England; born in Chester, England.

ii. James Bradshaw, born Abt. 1634; married Dorothy Ellerker; born in Risby, England.

Notes for James Bradshaw:

Knighted 28 June 1673. had two daughters

iii. Edward Bradshaw, born Abt. 1635.

iv. Christopher Bradshaw, born Abt. 1636.

Notes for Christopher Bradshaw:

named in Le Neve's "Pedigree of the Knights"

181 v. Katherine Bradshaw, born 1637 in Chester, England; died Aft. 1682; married Thomas D Harrison 1659 in Jamestown.

364. Peter Wright, born 1600; died 1660. He married 365. Alice Unknown.

365. Alice Unknown, born Abt. 1600.

Child of Peter Wright and Alice Unknown is:

182 i. Gideon Wright, born Abt. 1630; died 1685; married Elizabeth Townsend.

366. John Townsend, born Bef. 1640 in Norwick, Norfolk Co. England; died 1668 in Oyster Bay, Long Island. He married 367. Elizabeth Montgomerie.

367. Elizabeth Montgomerie, born Bef. 1640.

Child of John Townsend and Elizabeth Montgomerie is:

183 i. Elizabeth Townsend, born Bef. 1660; married (1) Gideon Wright; married (2) Gershom Lockwood Aug 1697.

Generation No. 10

704. Anthony Craven, born Abt. 1541. He was the son of 1408. William Craven and 1409. Beatrix Hunter.

Child of Anthony Craven is:

352 i. Thomas Craven, born Abt. 1604; died in England; married Margaret Craven.

706. Robert Craven, born 1574 in England; died Bet. 1659 - 1661 in England. He was the son of 1412. Henry Craven and 1413. Margaret Sherwood.

Children of Robert Craven and Mary Brockdon are:

i. Robert Craven, born Abt. 1605.

ii. John Craven, born Abt. 1606.

iii. Anthony Craven, born 1607 in Spersholt, Berkshire, England; died 1670; married Elizabeth Pelnets; born Abt. 1607 in Mark, Germany.

iv. Henry Craven, born 1608 in England; died 1634 in England.

v. William Craven, born 1610 in England; died 1665 in Lenchwicke, Worcester, England; married Mary Fairfax; born Abt. 1610.

vi. Thomas Craven, born 1611 in England; died 15 Apr 1682 in Burnsal, Craven, England; married Ann Proctor; born Abt. 1611 in Beckwith England.

Child of Robert Craven is:

353 i. Margaret Craven, born Abt. 1604; married Thomas Craven.

720. John Harrison, born 1530. He was the son of 1440. Thomas Harrison.

Notes for John Harrison:

Vicar in 1654.

Children of John Harrison are:

360 i. Richard Harrison, born 1550.

ii. Rowland Harrison, born 1550.

Generation No. 11

1408. William Craven, born Abt. 1506. He was the son of 2816. John Craven and 2817. ? Simpson. He married 1409. Beatrix Hunter 1539.

1409. Beatrix Hunter, born Abt. 1520; died 1597. She was the daughter of 2818. John Hunter.

Children of William Craven and Beatrix Hunter are:

704 i. Anthony Craven, born Abt. 1541.

ii. William Craven, born Abt. 1542 in England; died in England; married Elizabeth Whitmore; born 1550 in England; died Bet. 1616 - 1618 in England.

iii. Henry Craven, born 1543 in England; died 1603 in England; married Margaret Sherwood; born Abt. 1543 in England.

1412. Henry Craven, born 1543 in England; died 1603 in England. He was the son of 1408. William Craven and 1409. Beatrix Hunter. He married 1413. Margaret Sherwood.

1413. Margaret Sherwood, born Abt. 1543 in England.

Children of Henry Craven and Margaret Sherwood are:

i. William Craven, born 1571.

706 ii. Robert Craven, born 1574 in England; died Bet. 1659 - 1661 in England; married (1) Mary Brockdon..

iii. Thomas Craven, born 1578.

1440. Thomas Harrison, born Abt. 1504; died Abt. 1595. He was the son of 2880. John Harrison and 2881. Margaret Unknown.

Notes for Thomas Harrison:

Lord Mayor of Yorke 1575 & 1592

Child of Thomas Harrison is:

720 i. John Harrison, born 1530.

Generation No. 12

2816. John Craven, born 1485 in England; died 1507 in England. He married 2817. ? Simpson.

2817. ? Simpson, born Abt. 1485 in England.

 

Child of John Craven and ? Simpson is:

1408 i. William Craven, born Abt. 1506; married Beatrix Hunter 1539.

2818. John Hunter

Child of John Hunter is:

1409 i. Beatrix Hunter, born Abt. 1520; died 1597; married William Craven 1539.

2880. John Harrison, born Abt. 1474; died 09 Jul 1505. He was the son of 5760. William Harrison. He married 2881. Margaret Unknown.

2881. Margaret Unknown, born Abt. 1474.

Children of John Harrison and Margaret Unknown are:

i. John Harrison, born Abt. 1502; died 30 Nov 1530; married Unknown Unknown; born Abt. 1502.

ii. William Harrison, born Abt. 1503; died 1566 in Wickham, England; married Agnes Hodshon; born Abt. 1503.

1440 iii. Thomas Harrison, born Abt. 1504; died Abt. 1595.

Generation No. 13

5760. William Harrison, born Abt. 1429; died 1475. He was the son of 11520. Thomas Harrison.

Child of William Harrison is:

2880 i. John Harrison, born Abt. 1474; died 09 Jul 1505; married Margaret Unknown.

Generation No. 14

11520. Thomas Harrison, born Abt. 1390; died 10 Aug 1430. He was the son of 23040. Adam Harrison.

Child of Thomas Harrison is:

5760 i. William Harrison, born Abt. 1429; died 1475.

Generation No. 15

23040. Adam Harrison, born Abt. 1373; died 01 May 1391. He was the son of 46080. Henry de Hede.

Child of Adam Harrison is:

11520 i. Thomas Harrison, born Abt. 1390; died 10 Aug 1430.

Generation No. 16

46080. Henry de Hede, born Abt. 1350; died 31 Mar 1374.

Notes for Henry de Hede:

Lived during the reign of Henry II and was the first to use Surnames in England

Child of Henry de Hede is:

23040 i. Adam Harrison, born Abt. 1373; died 01 May 1391.

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32. CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA County 1745-1800CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."JUDGMENTS.page 217 Cravens vs. Lanahan--O. S. 291; N. S. 103--Bill by William, Joseph, James Cravens, Peggy (Cravens), wife of Joseph Snap, children of John Cravens, who died 25th July, 1778, intestate, leaving widow Margaret and seven children, viz: Mary, Hannah, Robert, William, Joseph, James and Peggy. Administration was granted to widow and Robert Cravens, brother of John. Margaret married Dennis Lanahan. Robert Cravens, Jr., came of age about fall of 1785. He was 14 years old at death of his father, and died 10th December, 1793, intestate, unmarried and without issue. Dennis made his will, giving a legacy to his brother Timothy. Dennis and Margaret were married 20th March, 1782. William Cravens was born 20th April, 1764; Joseph, 20th May, 1769; James, 12th April, 1773; Margaret, 26th August, 1775. Dennis says his nephew came in from Ireland, which caused him to alter his will. Robert Cravens, Sr., was seldom at home during the Revolution. William Cravens was Dennis's apprentice as mason. James was put to brickmaking in Staunton, but was afterwards taken to Kentucky by a relation and never returned. Administration on estate of Robert Cravens granted in Rockingham, 27th April, 1784, to Hester Cravens, the widow, and Benj. Smith, 13th September, 1816. John Ewing, aged 76 or 77 years, deposes, Wm. Herron was school teacher in 1784, 85, 86. 13th September, 1816, Phebe Ewing, aged 68, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Mary Pence, daughter of John and Phebe Ewing, aged 42 years. Her uncle, Davison. 13th September, 1816, George Argabright, aged 60, deposes. 13th September, 1816, John Hemphill, aged 57 years, was raised about 2 miles from Cravens. Robert Cravens went on McIntoshes' campaign. John is cousin of plaintiff. Hannah Cravens was married June, 1779. Mary was married same year. Mathew Boyers was a school teacher. 13th September, 1816, Col. George Huston, aged 59 years, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Samuel McWilliams, aged 50 years, deposes, he taught school in Harrisonburg in 1787. Price was 40 sh. a year. James Cravens was his pupil. Lanahan built the Clerk's office in Pendleton about 1792. 13th September, 1816, Michael Kinser, aged 51, deposes, in 1784, when 19 years old, lived with Lanahan to learn mason's trade. 13th September, 1816, Christian Dedimer, aged 60, deposes, has lived within 2 miles of Craven's plantation for 36 or 37 years. 13th September, 1816, William Blain, aged, 54, deposes. 13th September, 1816, Joseph Birely, aged 51, deposes, his father moved to his present residence in 1784, about 1 mile from Cravens's residence. Peggy Cravens was married 1794 or 1795. 13th September, 1816, John Birely, aged 46 or 47, deposes, brother of Joseph. 13th September, 1816, Michael Dick, aged 58 years, was raised in this country. 13th September, 1816, Samuel Chandler, aged 45, deposeth, "before the arrival of Lanahan's friends (relations) from Ireland." 13th September, 1816, Elliott Rutherford, aged 46, about 28 or 29 years ago he went to school with William Cravens to one ---

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