2 edition of Captain James Goodpasture, Tennessee pioneer found in the catalog.
Captain James Goodpasture, Tennessee pioneer
Robert Abraham Goodpasture
in [Sunnyvale, Calif
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Robert A. Goodpasture.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.G6548 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73170661|
James Morgan: Drew a pension in Marion Co., TN, , he applied for a Pension Transfer to Coffee County, Tennessee, he enlisted in the North Carolina Troops under Captain William Polk. James Morgan married Naomi -?- in , Wayne County, Kentucky, he died Octo , Tippah County, Mississippi. Capt. John Acton received the rudimentary education of the pioneer country, and was a man of powerful physical and mental attainments. He taught school, having to prepare his own text books in manuscript form, as it was impossible to obtain them otherwise. His books, carefully written, were bound in sheep skin that had b«en tanned by his brother.
He was a Captain in the Dobbs County Militia 11 March "Story of Kinston & Lenoir County," by Johnson and Holloman. James was a Captain in 1st Company, Colonial Wars. James Oates will dated 10 Nov , after his death toward the end of the month of January , was proven in the Superior Court of Dobbs County, April Term Goodpasture History & Genealogy () () Goodpasture. Fam Green The Family of Greene. Fam Green Greenes of Warwick in Colonial History. Turner. Fam Grier Grier of San Francisco, Builder in the West and His Family. Grier. Fam Grier The Griers, Pioneers in America and Canada () Grier. Fam Gum
This covers several branches of the Rice family and chronicles in detail descendants of Henry Rice, the pioneer gristmiller in Tennessee; pages. BOOK 4: Pennsylvania and Maryland Rice Lineages This is the book we are now working on. # – Captain James Brown Captain James Brown, pioneer, soldier and one of the founders of Ogden, enlisted in the Mormon Battalion of the U.S. Army in the Mexican War, J , at Council Bluffs, Iowa, and was made Captain of Company C. Longest march of Infantry ever recorded, at Santa Fe, Captain Brown was placed in charge of the sick detachment and ordered to Pueblo where they .
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James Goodpasture () was a grandson of Jacob Goodpasture (d) of land in Augusta (later Rockingham) County, Virginia.
James and his parents moved to Knox County, Tennessee and then to Smith (later Overton) County, Tennessee. James died between and Jacob Goodpasture (d) was born beforeand lived on land called Tunnis Creek near Brock's Gap, Augusta (later Rockingham) County, Virginia as early as James Goodpasture (), a grandson of Jacob, moved from Virginia to Knox County, Tennessee with his parents and their family.
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Ernest W. Goodpasture was a distinguished figure in pathology and a pioneer in modern virological research. He contributed significantly to the advance of knowledge in many fields, particularly the pathogenesis of infectious diseases, the problems of parasitism, the laboratory cultivation of viruses, and the mechanism and course of a wide variety of viral and other infections.
Full text of "Overton county" See other formats - F ^^ GS 1 Copy 1 OV:I"ON COJNTY. A D D R -; S S OF ALBE:^T Y. GOODPASTURE. DELIVERED AT Livingston, 'I'ennessee, July 4th, 1 CUMBEI t NASHVILLE, TENN.: ILAND PRESBYTERIAN PUBLISHING HOUSE, 41 UNION STREET.
OVERTON COUNTY. Found this: Captain James Dunn - Historic Huntingdon Pennsylvania David Nicholson, tailor,aged 65 in Captain James Goodpasture enlisted in the spring of in Capt. James Dunn's company, View James M. Dunn's genealogy profile; 8/27/ 3/27/ Follow.
To illustrate this, we take the case of Capt. Willis, who, as senior Captain of the militia regiment which mustered at Becky Watson's, was ordered to draft a company for service in the war of When the regiment met at the muster-ground, Capt. Willis read the order and made them a short speech.
A New Beginning David Wright, Artist. Volume I - Founding of the Cumberland Settlements The First Atlas - This is a tale told by survivors - an epic related by those who explored and hacked out a way through a howling wilderness, built cabins, cleared land, planted crops, and fought for survival against European armies and five tribal nations.
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James Harrod (c. – c. ) was a pioneer, soldier, and hunter who helped explore and settle the area west of the Allegheny is known about Harrod's early life, including the exact date of his birth.
He was possibly underage when he served in the French and Indian War, and later participated in Lord Dunmore's also rose to the rank of colonel in the local for: Built the first permanent settlement in Kentucky.
InMr. Goodpasture was the co-author with Captain Wil-liam R. Garrett of a school History oj Tennessee, brought out under the text-book commission proposal of the McMillin adminis-tration - a book which for reference purposes is as good today as the day it was written, and which has a place in every Tennessee library worthy of the name.
[Greene County Pioneer Volume 28 Number 2, pages ]. Soldiers who are buried in Old Mt. Bethel Cemetery, compiled by Stevie Hughes. Captain Robert Maloney Company War of Roster, TN State Archives [Greene County Pioneer Volume 21 Number 2] 6.
Captain James Penny Company War of Roster, TN State ArchivesFile Size: 1MB. HISTORY OF THE CUNNINGHAM FAMILY. Compiled by F. Lee Lawrence (Elizabeth’s Family) for the th Reunion in Updated in for the th Reunion. In James () and Susannah Tate () Cunningham came to the Republic of Texas from Alabama and settled in the Red River District.
John S. Patterson was a well-known representative of one of the oldest, most influential and prosperous families of Cross Creek township, and is a lineal descendant of James Patterson, the earliest pioneer of the family name. James Patterson immigrated to America insettling in Little Britain township, Lancaster Co., Penn., where he was.
Bickley says: 'In September,a party of Indians had entered the present limits of Tazewell [County], and dividing themselves into small parties to steal horses and to annoy the settlers, three had entered the Abb's Valley settlement, in which resided Capt.
James Moore and a. Sumner County, Tennessee ancestry, family history, and genealogy research page. Guide to Sumner County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records, newspapers, and obituaries.
Woods Family. Adam Woods born 12 August in Albemarle County, Virginia, died 4 August in Howard County, Missouri, married 8 February in Virginia. He was a minister in the Baptist Church. From a book "Pioneer Strength, etc", a letter which began on page "Adam Woods born died in was the most interesting one yet.
Benjamin Sharp is a phantom of our regional past, a sense of whose importance to our heritage needs to be regained. The only widely known reference to him in our historic literature is his cryptic commentary on the death of Chief Bob Benge recorded in Summer’s History Southwest Virginia and of Washington Co.
and in the author’s Benge!. Has anyone studied my Washington County, Tennessee family before? Message boards and online family trees can help you learn if someone is actively researching your ancestors.
More than 25 books or articles have been published about Washington County's families. Descendants of some historic residents have had their DNA tested.Descendants of James Blount.
Click here to view in a separate window the endnotes of Descendants of James Blount. Generation No. 1. 1. JAMES 1 BLOUNT 1,2,3 was born Abt. in England, and died in Chowan Precinct, Albermarle County, North Carolina.
He married (1) UNKNOWN 4 Abt. in England. He married (2) ANNA WILLIX RASCOE 5 Aft. Capt. James Franklin was an original land grant settler of Sumner County Tennessee. His grave site is in decay near his homestead. We will lose this slice of history if it is not preserved.
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