Amanda J(ane) Clark

Amanda J(ane) Clark

Female 1847 - 1927  (80 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Amanda J(ane) ClarkAmanda J(ane) Clark was born 21 Jul 1847, (White County) Tennessee (daughter of Darias Clark, Sr. and Sarah Elizabeth Hutson); died 17 Sep 1927, White County, Tennessee; was buried Fisher Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Amanda married George Washington Fisher 23 Aug 1871, White County, Tennessee. George (son of William Fisher and Nancy Chisum) was born 10 Sep 1830, White County, Tennessee; died 6 Oct 1893, White County, Tennessee; was buried Fisher Cemetery, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Irvin Fisher was born 18 Jan 1873, White County, Tennessee; died 30 Sep 1946, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Darias Clark, Sr. was born 11 Apr 1810, Tennessee (son of Joseph Clark and Martha); died 27 May 1885, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farmer

    Notes:

    Darius Clark was probably the son of Joseph Clark of White County, Tennessee. Darius was listed on the census of White County, Tennessee, in 1850, 1860, and 1880. He was married to Sarah Elizabeth Hutson, the daughter of Isaiah and Elender Knowles Hutson. His daughter Cynthia Clark married Ambrose Fisher.

    The inscription on Darius Clark's tombstone reads line by line as follows:

    DRIAS CLARK
    WAS BORN
    APRIL 11 1810
    DIED MAY 27
    1885 AGE 75
    YS 1 MO 16 DAYS

    The back of the tombstone of Darius Clark gives birth and death dates for his spouse, Sarah Hutson Clark. The inscription reads line by line as follows:

    SARAH E. CLARK
    WAS BORN JUN
    22 1814 DIED
    NOV 10 1883 AGE
    69 YS & 5 MO

    1840 White Co.,TN Census,p.5: Clark, Joseph, Sr.: 00310001-0001101 also
    Clark, Burgess: 0000000001-0000000001

    Darias married Sarah Elizabeth Hutson Abt 1832, White County, Tennessee. Sarah (daughter of Isaiah Asbury Hutson, Sr. and Eleander Knowles) was born 22 Jun 1814, White County, Tennessee; died 10 Nov 1883, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Sarah Elizabeth Hutson was born 22 Jun 1814, White County, Tennessee (daughter of Isaiah Asbury Hutson, Sr. and Eleander Knowles); died 10 Nov 1883, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Sarah Elizabeth Hutson Clark was the daughter of Isaiah Hutson(1794-1863) and Elender Knowles Hutson (1792-1856). She married Darius Clark, and they had at least ten children. Their oldest daughter, Cynthia, married Ambrose Fisher.
    Sarah is buried in Hutson Cemetery #3 in Walling, Tennessee, along with her parents, her husband, and her daughter Cynthia and Cynthia's husband, Ambrose Fisher.

    The inscription on Sarah's tombstone reads line by line as follows:

    SARAH
    E. CLARK WAS
    BORNE JUNE
    THE 22 1814
    DEPARTED
    THIS LIFE
    NOVEMBER
    THE 10, 1883
    AGED 69 Y
    4 MO 18 DAYS

    Children:
    1. Cynthia Clark was born 30 Oct 1832, White County, Tennessee; died 18 Sep 1918, Smithville, DeKalb County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Sarah Clark was born 1836, (White County) Tennessee.
    3. Joseph B. Clark was born 28 Oct 1838, (White County) Tennessee; died 17 Mar 1857, White County, Tennessee.
    4. Thomas Jefferson "Jefferson" Clark was born 28 Sep 1840, (White County) Tennessee; died 23 Sep 1857, White County, Tennessee.
    5. James P. Clark was born 16 Mar 1843, (White County) Tennessee; died 13 Jan 1906, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    6. Edmond "Ed" Clark was born 17 Sep 1845, (White County) Tennessee; died 22 Apr 1913, White County, Tennessee; was buried Spring Hill Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    7. 1. Amanda J(ane) Clark was born 21 Jul 1847, (White County) Tennessee; died 17 Sep 1927, White County, Tennessee; was buried Fisher Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    8. Isabelle Clark was born 1849, (White County) Tennessee.
    9. William T. Clark was born 7 Apr 1851, White County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1905, (White County, Tennessee).
    10. Darius Francis "Francis" Clark was born 11 Feb 1856, White County, Tennessee.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Joseph Clark was born 25 Sep 1783, North Carolina (son of Burgess Clark and unnamed spouse); died 27 Nov 1867, White County, Tennessee; was buried Simmerell/Simrell Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farming

    Joseph married Martha (White County, Tennessee). Martha was born 0___ 1781, South Carolina. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Martha was born 0___ 1781, South Carolina.

    Notes:

    "Martha",born 1795,SC,enumerated in 1850 White County Census,p. 85...DAH

    Children:
    1. 2. Darias Clark, Sr. was born 11 Apr 1810, Tennessee; died 27 May 1885, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

  3. 6.  Isaiah Asbury Hutson, Sr. was born 13 Feb 1794, Hyde County, North Carolina (son of Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, III and Sarah Rebecca Swindle); died 14 Aug 1863, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: farmer

    Notes:

    Twelve children enumerated in the 1860 White Co.,TN census...DAH

    More complete slate of issue:


    Posted By: Jane H. Crowley
    Email: janecr@aol.com
    Subject: Re: Isaiah Hutson/Eleanor Knowles
    Post Date: July 03, 2005 at 13:10:41
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/hutson/messages/1347.html
    Forum: Hutson Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/hutson/


    Ina Mae,

    I believe this is your line. Would be interested in corresponding with you and knowing your line back to one of these. Have lots of info and will share.

    Eleanor was a daughter of the Revolutionary Soldier, John W. Knowles, b. 1749. You will find two article about him here: http://www.kknfa.org/Knowles_John_W_1749.htm and here:http://www.tngenweb.org/white/knowles.htm

    Jane Hembree Crowley email JaneCr@aol.com

    Descendants of Isaiah Hutson
    1 Isaiah HUTSON b: February 13, 1794 in Hyde Co., NC d: August 14, 1863
    +Eleanor KNOWLES b: February 04, 1792 in Fairfax Co., VA m: Abt. 1812 d: April 14, 1856 in White Co., TN
    2 Susan S. HUTSON b: Abt. 1813 d: Bef. 1880
    +John Preston DULANEY b: 1809 in Rockbridge Co., VA m: Abt. 1834 in Warren Co., TN or White Co., TN
    2 Sarah E. HUTSON b: June 22, 1814 d: November 10, 1883
    +Darius CLARK b: March 11, 1810 d: May 27, 1885
    2 Abel Carroll HUTSON b: 1818
    +Sarah HOWARD m: January 22, 1846 in White Co., TN
    2 Eleanor W. HUTSON b: 1819 d: Bef. 1900
    +Reuben Cervel COTTON b: September 1819 in Warren Co., TN d: Aft. 1900 in Cooke Co., TX
    2 Matthias H. HUTSON, Jr. b: August 21, 1821 in White Co., TN d: August 05, 1883 in KS
    +Amey/Annie Jane GREEN b: February 11, 1826 in White Co., TN d: May 25, 1874 in Jefferson Co., IL
    2 Isaiah Asbury HUTSON b: June 30, 1825 in White Co., TN d: May 06, 1880 in White Co., TN
    +Sarah H. HUTCHINGS b: 1827 m: May 05, 1850 in White Co., TN
    2 E. MAC HUTSON b: October 06, 1827 in White Co., TN d: September in 1833
    2 Eliza L. HUTSON b: 1828
    2 Levi L. HUTSON b: 1830 d: Abt. 1861
    +Sarah E. CATHCART b: February 22, 1837 m: February 15, 1858 in Warren Co., TN d: February 12, 1922
    *2nd Wife of Levi L. HUTSON:
    +Sarah E. CATHCART b: February 22, 1832 m: February 15, 1858 in Warren Co., TN d: February 12, 1922 in TN
    2 Reuben P. HUTSON b: 1832
    +Sarah SWINDELL b: November 01, 1834 m: June 20, 1852 in White Co., TN d: December 25, 1856
    *2nd Wife of Reuben P. HUTSON:
    +Serona WIGGINS m: February 15, 1857 in White Co., TN
    2 George William HUTSON b: 1836
    +Amerinda HUTCHINGS b: September 17, 1834 m: September 16, 1854 in White Co., TN d: September 15, 1857
    2 Camelia C. HUTSON b: 1840







    Isaiah Hutson was the son of Abel and Sarah Hutson, early settlers in White County, Tennessee. He was married to Elender Hutson, the daughter of John Knowles, a Revolutionary War soldier. Isaiah and Elender were listed on the 1850 White County, Tennessee Census.

    The inscription on Isaiah's hand carved tombstone was extremely difficult to read in June, 2010, because it is extremely stained. As near as we could determine, the inscription read line by line as follows:

    ISAEAH HUTSON WAS BORN THE 13 OF FEBUERY 1794 DE AUGUST 14 1863 AGE 69 YRS 6 MO

    Died:
    - killed by Yankee Soldiers...

    Isaiah married Eleander Knowles 0___ 1812, (White County) Tennessee. Eleander (daughter of John William Knowles and Hanna "Molly" Preston) was born 4 Feb 1792, Fairfax County, Virginia; died 14 Apr 1856, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Eleander Knowles was born 4 Feb 1792, Fairfax County, Virginia (daughter of John William Knowles and Hanna "Molly" Preston); died 14 Apr 1856, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Elender Knowles Hutson was the daughter of John Knowles, a Revolutionary War soldier. She married Isaiah Hutson in White County, Tennessee, and they raised a family of eleven children. She preceded her husband in death, and he remarried. However, she is buried by Isaiah's side in Hutson Cemetery #3 in Walling, Tennessee.

    The inscription on Elender's tombstone reads line by line as follows:

    IN MEMORY
    OF ELENDER
    HUTSON WIFE OF
    ISA HUTSON B
    FEB 4 1792 DC
    APRIL 14 1856
    AGE 64 Y 2 M
    8 DAYS

    Children:
    1. Susan Hutson was born Abt 1813, (White County) Tennessee; died Bef 1880.
    2. 3. Sarah Elizabeth Hutson was born 22 Jun 1814, White County, Tennessee; died 10 Nov 1883, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    3. Abel Carroll Hutson was born 1816-1820, (White County) Tennessee.
    4. Matthias E. Hutson was born 28 Aug 1821, (White County) Tennessee; died 5 Aug 1883, Kansas.
    5. Isaiah Asbury Hutson was born 30 Jun 1825, White County, Tennessee; died 26 May 1880, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    6. Eliza L. Hutson was born ~ 1828, White County, Tennessee.
    7. Levi L. Hutson was born 8 Jan 1830, White County, Tennessee; died Abt 1863; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    8. Reuben P. Hutson was born 0___ 1832, (White County) Tennessee.
    9. George William Hutson was born 0___ 1840, (White County) Tennessee.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Burgess Clark was born 0___ 1763, Goochland County, Virginia; died 22 Oct 1851, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot

    Notes:

    Revolutionary War Patriot. Moved to White County, circa 1812...

    Ref Patriot status in 1840 White Co.,TN census,"The PastFinder, Vol. VIII. No.2, March-April 2001",p. 2

    Burgess Clark Burgess or Burgis Clark, applied 3 Oct 1832 White Co TN aged about 69 or 70, lived in Chatham Co NC when he enl with his bro William Clark. He was born in 1763 in Goochland Co VA, moved from Chatham Co NC to Richmond Co NC then back to Chatham Co NC, then to York Dist SC, then to Lincoln Co NC then to White Co TN. He declared he served part of the time under a Capt Alexander Clark, but no relationship was stated. His widow applied 21 Nov 1850 White Co TN, and declared that they had married 14 Aug 1799 in Richmond Co NC. He died 22 Oct 1850 in White Co TN, and a Joseph Clark, Sr. & a Derias Clark, Sr. made a joint affidavits in White Co TN in 1850 but their relationship not stated. His widow applied for BLW 21 Apr 1855. Her name before marriage was Roady MORRIS. A half-brother, Joseph JOHNSON was also mentioned. (RW Pension File W275B, BLB X34972-160-55)

    Burgess Clark's Story of his Survival in the Revolutionary War.

    While serving in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, during one particular battle, Burgess suffered a serious head wound by a British sword which would end his fighting days. As there were no hospitals for treatment, injured soldiers were only administered basic first aid and then sent home. Often, a family member or neighbor assisted the injured man home and both men would be released from the army for the trip home. Such a neighbor agreed to help Burgess travel home, and the two departed on horseback.

    Only two days into the long trip home, Burgess' companion decided that he no longer wished to provide assistance to him, thinking the sorely wounded Burgess would die in the night. The neighbor decided that should Burgess awaken the next morning, he would just leave him. Burgess did awaken only to find the man staring down at him. Cursing at him, he said, "You have opened your old eyes for the last time. I'm going to leave you, so you're on your own now." And with that he left, taking the horse with him. On his own now and his head wounds needing attention, he was able to get to his feet and start walking for home. He had not walked far before coming upon a footpath leading off to a farmhouse in the distance. He could see smoke coming from the chimney and knew someone was there. Starting down the footpath, he came to the farmhouse. The people living there took him right in and tended his wounds, feeding and clothing him as needed. The man of the house, a continental army officer himself, was interested in the circumstances of Burgess' situation. After hearing what had happened, he sat right down and wrote a letter back to the army to tell them of this occurance. Burgess stayed on with the family for a few days, resting , before he regained enough strength to continue on with his journey.

    Not having any form of transportation, Burgess was grateful for the kindness of these people, and even more so when they offered him an old mule to help him on his journey. Burgess had not gone far before he met a group of soldiers heading in the opposite direction. He was surprised to find that the man who deserted him was now shackled and the soldiers were taking him back to the army. As was tradition, such an offence was punishable by the placing of the offender in the "hottest" battle action. Burgess never heard from his neighbor again.

    Amos always remembered his grandfather's hair sticking out in all directions because Burgess could never get it to "part" correctly due to the scars of the head wounds he had suffered.

    John B. McGowan 10/22/96

    *

    23 May 2005:
    http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/counties/white.htm

    Burgess or Burgis Clark, applied 3 Oct 1832 White Co TN aged about 69 or 70, lived in Chatham Co NC when he enl with his bro William Clark. He was born in 1763 in Goochland Co VA, moved from Chatham Co NC to Richmond Co NC then back to Chatham Co NC, then to York Dist SC, then to Lincoln Co NC then to White Co TN. He declared he served part of the time under a Capt Alexander Clark, but no relationship was stated. His widow applied 21 Nov 1850 White Co TN, and declared that they had married 14 Aug 1799 in Richmond Co NC. He died 22 Oct 1850 in White Co TN, and a Joseph Clark, Sr. & a Derias Clark, Sr. made a joint affidavits in White Co TN in 1850 but their relationship not stated. His widow applied for BLW 21 Apr 1855. Her name before marriage was Roady MORRIS. A half-brother, Joseph JOHNSON was also mentioned. (RW Pension File W275B, BLB X34972-160-55)
    See Winifred JOHNSON of Richmond Co NC census of 1790. See also Brown/Davis of Warren and White Counties re Waxhaw Settlement and York SC. 1835 TN Pension Roll: Private, North Carolina Line, $20.00 Annual Allowance $60.00 Amount Received February 28 1833 Pension Started Age 72

    Related ResourcesBurgess Surname Facts
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    http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.Military.amerrev.nc/532/mb.ashx

    Burgess Clark (1763 - 1851)
    Turnrhouse (View posts) Posted: 11 Mar 2001 8:00AM

    Classification: Biography
    Surnames: Clark
    Burgess Clark (1763-1851) http://www.tngenweb.org/white/clark.htm

    Abstract of Application for Pension and Bounty Land Warrant for
    Revoluntionary War Service - (W2758 / BLWt 34972-160-55)

    Burgess Clark made application on Oct.12, 1832 and stated that he was 69 or 70 years old. He was living in Chatham County, N.C. in 1777 when his older brother, William Clark, was drafted into a Company commanded by Lieutenant James HEARNE and Lieutenant _____ GRIFFITH. He [Burgess] wanted to go with his brother even though he was then only about 14 years old and not subject of the draft. So he became a subsitute for Morgan MINTER for a tour of three months. [If you had money enough and didn't want to serve in the army, you could pay someone else to subsitute for you.] Burgess stated that his papers [for his service?] were destroyed by fire when his house burnt more than 30 years before when he lived in York District, S.C. He served in a Regiment commanded by Colonel MAYBURN from Orange County, N.C. After he served his tour he returned home and then enlisted for a second tour from Chatham County, serving in the Company of Captain JOHNSON and the Regiment of Colonel COLLIER. He participated in a battle called "Gates Defeat". [Camden, South Carolina, where General Gates fled the battlefield and didn't stop until he got back to Virginia.]

    Questionaire:

    Burgess Clark stated that he was born in 1763 in Goochland County, Virginia and that his family Bible was taken by Tories when they plundered his father's house in Chatham Co., N.C. After the Revolution, he moved to Richmond Co., N.C. where on Oct. 14, 1799 he was married to Rhoda (Rhody) MORRIS by Curby SWINNEY, Esq. They moved back to Chatham Co., N.C., then to York District, S.C., to Lincoln Co., N.C. and finally to White County, Tennessee. He resided there for more than 30 years until his death on Oct. 22, 1851.

    Those who testified as to their belief as to his service as a soldier in the Revolutionary War were: [part of page missing] (Wi)lliam KNOWLES, Esq., (S)amuel A. MOORE, Esq., (Th)omas ROBERTSON, Col. David A. (MIT)CHELL, Rev. Ozias DENTON, *Rev. Abel HUTSON, Henry (_____)TON, Joseph Clark, Sr. [Son] & (Der)ius (?) CLARK, Sr. [Son] give information relating to the marriage of Burgess & Rhoda Clark.

    Rhoda Clark, Widow, applied for a Bounty Land Warrant on the Act of March 3, 1855 (?). Bounty Land granted to Rhoda Clark, 160 acres, but she had died, on June 27, 1856, before it was granted. Letter from J. P. ROSCOE, Sparta, dated June, 1859, relating to 160 acres. Mentions that no minor heirs were known, and that Samuel & Sally Clark were the only heirs at law (incorrect) and they have removed from White County to Marcello Co. (?), Iowa since the death of their Mother.

    This information was received by me several years ago from Mary Hudgens of Sparta, TN and is hand written and very dim. I have transcribed it as best I can. John B. McGowan 10/22/96

    Burgess Clark's Story of his Survival in the Revolutionary War.

    While serving in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, during one particular battle, Burgess suffered a serious head wound by a British sword which would end his fighting days. As there were no hospitals for treatment, injured soldiers were only administered basic first aid and then sent home. Often, a family member or neighbor assisted the injured man home and both men would be released from the army for the trip home. Such a neighbor agreed to help Burgess travel home, and the two departed on horseback.

    Only two days into the long trip home, Burgess' companion decided that he no longer wished to provide assistance to him, thinking the sorely wounded Burgess would die in the night. The neighbor decided that should Burgess awaken the next morning, he would just leave him. Burgess did awaken only to find the man staring down at him. Cursing at him, he said, "You have opened your old eyes for the last time. I'm going to leave you, so you're on your own now." And with that he left, taking the horse with him. On his own now and his head wounds needing attention, he was able to get to his feet and start walking for home. He had not walked far before coming upon a footpath leading off to a farmhouse in the distance. He could see smoke coming from the chimney and knew someone was there. Starting down the footpath, he came to the farmhouse. The people living there took him right in and tended his wounds, feeding and clothing him as needed. The man of the house, a continental army officer himself, was interested in the circumstances of Burgess' situation. After hearing what had happened, he sat right down and wrote a letter back to the army to tell them of this occurance. Burgess stayed on with the family for a few days, resting , before he regained enough strength to continue on with his journey.

    Not having any form of transportation, Burgess was grateful for the kindness of these people, and even more so when they offered him an old mule to help him on his journey. Burgess had not gone far before he met a group of soldiers heading in the opposite direction. He was surprised to find that the man who deserted him was now shackled and the soldiers were taking him back to the army. As was tradition, such an offence was punishable by the placing of the offender in the "hottest" battle action. Burgess never heard from his neighbor again.

    Amos always remembered his grandfather's hair sticking out in all directions because Burgess could never get it to "part" correctly due to the scars of the head wounds he had suffered.

    John B. McGowan 10/22/96

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    Burgess or Burgis Clark, applied 3 Oct 1832 White Co TN aged about 69 or 70, lived in Chatham Co NC when he enl with his bro William Clark. He was born in 1763 in Goochland Co VA, moved from Chatham Co NC to Richmond Co NC then back to Chatham Co NC, then to York Dist SC, then to Lincoln Co NC then to White Co TN. He declared he served part of the time under a Capt Alexander Clark, but no relationship was stated. His widow applied 21 Nov 1850 White Co TN, and declared that they had married 14 Aug 1799 in Richmond Co NC. He died 22 Oct 1850 in White Co TN, and a Joseph Clark, Sr. & a Derias Clark, Sr. made a joint affidavits in White Co TN in 1850 but their relationship not stated. His widow applied for BLW 21 Apr 1855. Her name before marriage was Roady MORRIS. A half-brother, Joseph JOHNSON was also mentioned. (RW Pension File W275B, BLB X34972-160-55)
    See Winifred JOHNSON of Richmond Co NC census of 1790. See also Brown/Davis of Warren and White Counties re Waxhaw Settlement and York SC. 1835 TN Pension Roll: Private, North Carolina Line, $20.00 Annual Allowance $60.00 Amount Received February 28 1833 Pension Started Age 72

    Burgess married unnamed spouse (Virginia). unnamed was born (Virginia). [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  unnamed spouse was born (Virginia).
    Children:
    1. 4. Joseph Clark was born 25 Sep 1783, North Carolina; died 27 Nov 1867, White County, Tennessee; was buried Simmerell/Simrell Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Darias Clark, Sr. was born 18 Feb 1794, (Virginia); died 29 Jul 1859, White County, Tennessee; was buried Simmerell/Simrell Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

  3. 12.  Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, III was born ~ 1775, Swan Quarter, Hyde County, North Carolina (son of Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, II and Susanna Britton); died LATE 1845, (White County, Tennessee); was buried Abel Hutson Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Burial: Abel Hutson Cemetery, White County, Tennessee
    • Religion: Methodist
    • Also Known As: Reverend Abel Hutson
    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot
    • Will: 29 Oct 1845, White County, Tennessee
    • Probate: 1 Dec 1845, White County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    In 1817,James,Burrill & Pink Hutson are mention in White County Deed Records.

    What is their relationship to Abel?

    Archibald Hutson sells 10 acres in White County, to Juliana Laurence, 12 Jan 1819. He is the younger brother of Abel... http://www.familytreecircles.com/hutson-family-of-north-carolina-and-tennessee-18492.html

    "Heritage of White County",p. 242;"Came from Swan Quarter,Hyde Co.,NC".

    Methodist preacher.

    Probate:
    by William Little, Clerk of the White County Court.

    Albert married Sarah Rebecca Swindle (Hyde County, North Carolina). Sarah was born (~ 1775), (Hyde County, North Carolina); died Bef 1800, Hyde County, North Carolina. [Group Sheet]


  4. 13.  Sarah Rebecca Swindle was born (~ 1775), (Hyde County, North Carolina); died Bef 1800, Hyde County, North Carolina.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Sarah Rebecca Swindle

    Notes:

    His step-sister... "Passons", p. 331

    I would like to prove that she is a daughter of Caleb Swindle as the time-frames appear favorable...DAH

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    Re: Matt Hutson search

    Posted by: Frank Hudson Date: February 02, 2002 at 18:41:49

    In Reply to: Re: Matt Hutson search by Gloria of 1392


    Hi Gloria,

    John is not one of the three brothers in Campbell Co, Tn he is from NC. But I do remember seeing in the mortality schedule for 1850 that Mary Hutson died March 1850. Mary Jane Hutson married Richard Green 16 Jul 1845. Mary Jane Hutson's Father was Matthias E. Hutson (Hyde, NC) and Mother was Sarah Knowles (Fairfax, VA) - Matthias E. Hutson's father was Abel Hutson and Mother Sarah Rebecca SWINDELL. Matthias and Sarah are buried at Mt. Pisgah Cem White Co., Tn.

    Mary Janes siblings are:

    Isaiah Hutson,
    Eleanor Knowles Hutson,
    Sarah Moore Hutson,
    Julia Ann Hutson,
    William Britten Hutson,
    Narcissa Hutson,
    Susannah S. Hutson,
    Margaret Lavina Kelly Hutson,
    Thomas Elliott Hutson,
    Martha Meek Hutson,
    (MARY JANE HUTSON),

    James M. Hutson

    Hope this helps --- Frank

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    From: droe@gbronline.com
    Subject: Sarah Rebecca Swindell
    Date: 28 Jul 2006 09:01:54 -0600


    This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.

    Classification: Query

    Message Board URL:

    http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/BERBAIB/170

    Message Board Post:

    Looking for any information on Sarah Rebecca Swindle or Swindell, married Abel Hutson (Jr.) about 1791 in Hyde Co., TN. She was born about 1794 in Hyde Co. She probably died before 1800 in Hyde Co., possibly soon after birth of son Isaiah Hutson, who was born 13 Feb 1794.

    Children:
    1. Matthias E. "Matt" Hutson was born 18 Jun 1792, Hyde County, North Carolina; died 26 Jun 1860, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    2. 6. Isaiah Asbury Hutson, Sr. was born 13 Feb 1794, Hyde County, North Carolina; died 14 Aug 1863, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    3. Celia T. Hutson was born 0___ 1794, South Carolina; died 0___ 1863, White County, Tennessee.

  5. 14.  John William Knowles was born 4 Jul 1749, Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland; died 21 Mar 1838, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot

    Notes:

    Descendants of John W. Knowles, R.S. Knowles Tennessee Progenitor #02

    from Knowles Database, by R. B. Noles (May 10, 2007)

    please submit additions & corrections to rbnoles@bellsouth.net

    http://www.kknfa.org/Genealogies/Knowles_John_W_1749.pdf

    1830 Census: 21100110001-00002, identified as "William"...DAH.

    http://homepages.apci.net/~makrissp/I-Hutson.html


    Sarah's father, John KNOWLES, was born 4 Jul 1749 in the town of Ballymena, County of Antrim and Parish of Echochel, which is now in the Parish of Kirkinriola located in Northern Ireland. He was a descendant of Thomas KNOWLES and Rebecca PINDER, married between 1698 and 1706. Thomas KNOWLES was from Hereford, England. Rebecca PINDER's father was Thomas PINDER who was born in 1662, and married Elizabeth Hacket, daughter of Sir Andrew HACKET of Moxhull in Warwickshire, England. John Knowles the immigrant ancestor of Sarah Knowles served in the early Revolutions in Northern Ireland. He was captured by the British soldiers and his sister helped him escape and he came to America. He has an American Revolutionary War record, too.

    3 Sep 2007:

    DAR Unveils John Knowles Monument

    as printed in the Sparta Expositor, Thursday, September 11, 1969

    Contributed by Jane Hembree Crowley

    ....God shed his grace on thee, and crowned they good, with brotherhood, from sea to shining sea......

    Thus America was praised, and one who helped gain liberty for this foundling nation almost 200 years ago was honored.

    The local chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution unveiled a monument at the grave of pioneer White Countian John Knowles at Mr. Pisgah Cemetery Sunday.

    Knowles, a revolutionary soldier, came to White County from Virginia, in the early 1800s, settling in the Mr. Pisgah neighborhood--the site of his home being just behind the present church and cemetery. He is the ancestor of the Knowles clan in White County--and possibly has more descendants in this county than any other man.

    Among those taking part in the ceremony were Regent Mrs. Bob Sorrell, Mrs. Lela Taylor, Miss Gertrude Saylors, Mrs. Olivia Knowles Young, Willard Hudson, Jerry Jared, C.L. Fisher, Jack Wright and Freeman Ward, who accepted the monument on behalf of the descendants.

    Some one hundred persons gather under the cedar trees in the cemetery for the ceremony, and blended their voices in the singing of "America" to open the dedication.

    Miss Saylors, a descendant of Mr. Knowles , read the history of John W. Knowles, adding a bit about the present day family. Her address follows:

    John W. Knowles was born July 4th, 1749, in the Echochel parish of Autrim County, in the town of Belemenah, Ireland. He married Mollie (surname unknown) in Ireland. Although he was Irish, it is said he was not a big "talker".

    As a young man he took part in one of Ireland's Rebellions. The British Army crushed this rebellion and sentenced some of the leaders to hang...John Knowles was one of them. Before the British could execute him, his sister tied bed sheets together and lowered him from an upper story of the jail. He never saw his sister again.

    He and Mollie, his wife, and their two little sons, escaped the country and crossed the sea to our American Colonies. He was living in Pennsylvania when we Americans rebelled against British Rule in this country. John Knowles volunteered for 12 months tour of duty in the American cause, 1775.

    The first year he served as private: providing beef cattle for the soldiers. The second year, he served as a sergeant, guarding the Carlisle Barracks, for 12 months. Except, for this one year of guard duty, he was directed to provide beef cattle for the soldiers and forage for the army horses.

    When he would start these cattle to slaughter at headquarters, for the soldiers, he routed the cattle by his home, near Shippenburg, PA, so he could call by to see his wife and one child. (one child must have died after they reached America.)

    John W. Knowles reenlisted each year for 12 month tours of duty. ..in all, he served about six years or, until Cornwallis surrendered. Among several things John Knowles stated under oath, was that he had seen General George Washington, and General Green--he saw, them, he said, but had no personal acquaintance with them.

    Following the American Revolution he moved to Augusta County, VA. There, his daughter, Elizabeth , married Archibald McDaniel, 1795. Archibald, was also a veteran of the Revolution. He and Elizabeth moved to Tennessee. When Archibald became ill to die, he left it to John Knowles to select a place to bury him. The rectangular spot, encased by large stones, flush with the ground, (in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery) was Knowles' choice. ..It was on Knowles' own farm. McDaniel was buried in 1808 and his is said to be the first grave in what became the large Mr. Pisgah Cemetery.

    From Augusta County, VA, John Knowles moved to Amhurst County, and finally to Pendleton County, from which he moved to Tennessee to the place just across the hedgerow east of the cemetery. A large Buncombe apple tree-perhaps a second generation sprout from an original Buncombe apple tree, set out, no doubt by Knowles himself, may be seen at the old home place. The last of the old log house has not been gone too long.

    As to the dispute regarding John Knowles or W. W. Phillips being the first sheriff of White County: (many old times say they always heard that John Knowles was the first sheriff) Monroe Seals , who married into the David Goodwin family....(David, in another capacity, being one of White County's first officials) and of necessity, crossing paths with whomever the fist sheriff had been: Seals , author of "White County History" said, Knowles, not W.W. Phillips was the first sheriff......Mrs. Mary Mitchell says, "Phillips' name, as first sheriff, is on the books. Mrs. McDowell Blankenship , author of "The Uneven Yoke", states that John Knowles was appointed "deputy" sheriff of White County in 1807. This word "deputy" may be the solution to the dispute.

    Mollie Knowles, wife of John W. died about 1821 and according to custom was buried in their private family plot, that became the large public Mr. Pisgah Cemetery. About 1822, their son Isaac, died in North Carolina, leaving his little son, William , an orphan.

    "Grandpa" Knowles, about 73 at the time, mounted his big gray horse, (10 hands high) and headed for North Carolina to pick up this little orphan. (A ride of some 600 miles.) He remained in North Carolina about a year.

    In the meantime, his sons John K. Knowles and wife Sarah, John Rascoe and wife, Patsy, Christopher Swindle and wife, Mary Ann, having listened to his praise of Tennessee, had decided to return with him to make new homes for themselves in Tennessee. This was 1823.

    It was the big gray horse with little William riding behind "Grandpa", that was plunged into strange rivers to measure the depths and try for a ford, before the oxen teams with the loaded wagons, enroute to Tennessee, were risked in those waters. The John Knowles family and the John Rascoe family became devoted to each other.

    For the fast-stepping big gray hourse's fourth and last trip to North Carolina, he was borrowed and ridden by John Rascoe, on account of a Rascoe death in North Carolina.

    Toward the very end of John Knowles' life, as his vigor waned and he became a bed patient, John Rascoes' wife, Pasty, spent much time at his bedside. He died in his sleep, with a smile on his bearded face, March 21, 1836, age 80. He was buried beside his wife, Mollie, in what became Mr. Pisgah Cemetery.

    The War Department in 1969 issued a monument for his grave.

    A list of John and Mollie's children:

    1. John Knowles married a Hutson:

    2. Elizabeth married Archibald McDaniel;

    3. William (John W's son, not his grandson, William) married a Womack:

    4. Sarah Knowles married Matthias Hutson (descendants) Willard Hudson, Gertrude Saylors and Charlie Fisher and others;

    5. Elinor (Ellender) Knowles, first husband, Issiah Hutson (Issiah killed in his north chimney corner, as he tried to prevent Yankee soldiers taking his stallion. Farm now owned by Buck Jernigan):

    6. Mary (Polly) Knowles married a Badger (descendants Kate Badger of McMinnville);

    7. Isaac Knowles married ??, father of grandson, William,

    8. James Knowles married a Harris (descendants) Ed Knowles: The Jareds of Will Knowles, Freeman Wards ; family, Clay Cashdollar and others.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Since this article was written in 1969, some discrepancies have been found regarding the children of John Knowles. Please read the note located here.

    John Knowles (cont.)

    Listed below are some discrepancies between the 1969 article from the Sparta Expositor, and two primary sources on John Knowles: The Other Bunch by Sharon B. Almas Swindell, and the non-published but well documented work by Harold R. Wallace (now deceased) called The Descendants of John Knowles.

    If you can provide any information or documentation on the issues below, please contact Jane Hembree Crowley, who is researching these discrepancies.


    The areas needing documentation are:

    1. Spouse of Mary "Polly" Knowles. Wallace's documented work says the spouse was Stephen K. Charles and lists descendants. The article and the Swindell book say her spouse was a Badger but that info is not documented. Was Mary married to both men? Or is one incorrect?

    2. Documentation is needed for the son Joseph, not listed in the article.

    3. Documentation is needed for the son Isaac listed in the article.

    4. William Knowles married # 1. Swindell and #2 Denton, not a Womack as listed in the article?

    5. John II married Mahala Hardin not Hutson? Hardin not listed in either source but appears in LDS records. Both book sources above only list her given name.









    "John W. Knowles reenlisted each year for 12 month tours of duty. ..in all, he served about six years or, until Cornwallis surrendered. Among several things John Knowles stated under oath, was that he had seen General George Washington, and General Green--he saw, them, he said, but had no personal acquaintance with them."

    http://www.tngenweb.org/white/knowles.htm


    DAR Unveils John Knowles Monument

    as printed in the Sparta Expositor
    Thursday, September 11, 1969


    ....God shed his grace on thee, and crowned they good, with brotherhood, from sea to shining sea......

    Thus America was praised, and one who helped gain liberty for this foundling nation almost 200 years ago was honored.

    The local chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution unveiled a monument at the grave of pioneer White Countian John Knowles at Mr. Pisgah Cemetery Sunday.

    Knowles, a revolutionary soldier, came to White County from Virginia, in the early 1800s, settling in the Mr. Pisgah neighborhood--the site of his home being just behind the present church and cemetery. He is the ancestor of the Knowles clan in White County--and possibly has more descendants in this county than any other man.

    Among those taking part in the ceremony were Regent Mrs. Bob Sorrell, Mrs. Lela Taylor, Miss Gertrude Saylors, Mrs. Olivia Knowles Young, Willard Hudson, Jerry Jared, C.L. Fisher, Jack Wright and Freeman Ward, who accepted the monument on behalf of the descendants.

    Some one hundred persons gather under the cedar trees in the cemetery for the ceremony, and blended their voices in the singing of "America" to open the dedication.

    Miss Saylors, a descendant of Mr. Knowles , read the history of John W. Knowles, adding a bit about the present day family. Her address follows:

    John W. Knowles was born July 4th, 1749, in the Echochel parish of Autrim County, in the town of Belemenah, Ireland. He married Mollie (surname unknown) in Ireland. Although he was Irish, it is said he was not a big "talker".

    As a young man he took part in one of Ireland's Rebellions. The British Army crushed this rebellion and sentenced some of the leaders to hang...John Knowles was one of them. Before the British could execute him, his sister tied bed sheets together and lowered him from an upper story of the jail. He never saw his sister again.

    He and Mollie, his wife, and their two little sons, escaped the country and crossed the sea to our American Colonies. He was living in Pennsylvania when we Americans rebelled against British Rule in this country. John Knowles volunteered for 12 months tour of duty in the American cause, 1775.

    The first year he served as private: providing beef cattle for the soldiers. The second year, he served as a sergeant, guarding the Carlisle Barracks, for 12 months. Except, for this one year of guard duty, he was directed to provide beef cattle for the soldiers and forage for the army horses.

    When he would start these cattle to slaughter at headquarters, for the soldiers, he routed the cattle by his home, near Shippenburg, PA, so he could call by to see his wife and one child. (one child must have died after they reached America.)

    John W. Knowles reenlisted each year for 12 month tours of duty. ..in all, he served about six years or, until Cornwallis surrendered. Among several things John Knowles stated under oath, was that he had seen General George Washington, and General Green--he saw, them, he said, but had no personal acquaintance with them.

    Following the American Revolution he moved to Augusta County, VA. There, his daughter, Elizabeth , married Archibald McDaniel, 1795. Archibald, was also a veteran of the Revolution. He and Elizabeth moved to Tennessee. When Archibald became ill to die, he left it to John Knowles to select a place to bury him. The rectangular spot, encased by large stones, flush with the ground, (in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery) was Knowles' choice. ..It was on Knowles' own farm. McDaniel was buried in 1808 and his is said to be the first grave in what became the large Mr. Pisgah Cemetery.

    From Augusta County, VA, John Knowles moved to Amhurst County, and finally to Pendleton County, from which he moved to Tennessee to the place just across the hedgerow east of the cemetery. A large Buncombe apple tree-perhaps a second generation sprout from an original Buncombe apple tree, set out, no doubt by Knowles himself, may be seen at the old home place. The last of the old log house has not been gone too long.

    As to the dispute regarding John Knowles or W. W. Phillips being the first sheriff of White County: (many old times say they always heard that John Knowles was the first sheriff) Monroe Seals , who married into the David Goodwin family....(David, in another capacity, being one of White County's first officials)and of necessity, crossing paths with whomever the fist sheriff had been: Seals , author of "White County History" said, Knowles, not W.W. Phillips was the first sheriff......Mrs. Mary Mitchell says, "Phillips' name, as first sheriff, is on the books. Mrs. McDowell Blankenship , author of "The Uneven Yoke", states that John Knowles was appointed "deputy" sheriff of White County in 1807. This word "deputy" may be the solution to the dispute.

    Mollie Knowles, wife of John W. died about 1821 and according to custom was buried in their private family plot, that became the large public Mr. Pisgah Cemetery. About 1822, their son Isaac, died in North Carolina, leaving his little son, William , an orphan.

    "Grandpa" Knowles, about 73 at the time, mounted his big gray horse, (10 hands high) and headed for North Carolina to pick up this little orphan. (A ride of some 600 miles.) He remained in North Carolina about a year.

    In the meantime, his sons John K. Knowles and wife Sarah, John Rascoe and wife, Patsy, Christopher Swindle and wife, Mary Ann, having listened to his praise of Tennessee, had decided to return with him to make new homes for themselves in Tennessee. This was 1823.

    It was the big gray horse with little William riding behind "Grandpa", that was plunged into strange rivers to measure the depths and try for a ford, before the oxen teams with the loaded wagons, enroute to Tennessee, were risked in those waters. The John Knowles family and the John Rascoe family became devoted to each other.

    For the fast-stepping big gray hourse's fourth and last trip to North Carolina, he was borrowed and ridden by John Rascoe, on account of a Rascoe death in North Carolina.

    Toward the very end of John Knowles' life, as his vigor waned and he became a bed patient, John Rascoes' wife, Pasty, spent much time at his bedside. He died in his sleep, with a smile on his bearded face, March 21, 1836, age 80. He was buried beside his wife, Mollie, in what became Mr. Pisgah Cemetery.

    The War Department in 1969 issued a monument for his grave.

    A list of John and Mollie's children: 1. John Knowles married a Hutson: 2. Elizabeth married Archibald McDaniel; 3. William (John W's son, not his graandson, William) married a Womack: 4. Sarah Knowles married Matthias Hutson (descendants) Willard Hudson, Gertrude Saylors and Charlie Fisher and others; 5. Elinor (Ellender) Knowles, first husband, Issiah Hutson (Issiah killed in his north chimney corner, as he tried to prevent Yankee soldiers taking his stallion. Farm now owned by Buck Jernigan): 6. Mary (Polly) Knowles married a Badger (descendants Kate Badger of McMinnville); 7. Isaac Knowles married ??, father of grandson, William, 8. James Knowles married a Harris (descendants) Ed Knowles: The Jareds of Will Knowles, Freeman Wards ; family, Clay Cashdollar and others.

    John married Hanna "Molly" Preston 21 Mar 1770, Pennsylvania. Hanna was born (CIRCA 1750), (Ballymena) County Antrim, Ireland; died 0___ 1821, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Hanna "Molly" Preston was born (CIRCA 1750), (Ballymena) County Antrim, Ireland; died 0___ 1821, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    Posted By: Jane H. Crowley
    Email: janecr@aol.com
    Subject: John W. Knowles (b1749 in Ireland) Marriage
    Post Date: June 13, 2008 at 20:43:50
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/knowles/messages/2295.html
    Forum: Knowles Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/knowles/


    While looking on the internet tonight, I was sorry to see that so much confusion exists about the marriage of John W. Knowles, b. 1749 and progenitor of the White County, TN Knowles family. Some show him marrying in Ireland and some show him marrying in PA.

    One thing is clear from PRIMARY sources in PA, that "some" John Knowles married a Hannah Preston in PA and not in Ireland. IF you believe that the White Co. John Knowles married Hannah Preston, then it follows that you have to believe that he married in PA. It would be totally incorrect to say that John Knowles married Hannah Preston in Ireland. The marriage is of RECORD in PA.

    I personally do not know if our John married in Ireland or in PA, but IF John Knowles of White County history did marry Hannah Preston, he married her in PA on March 21, 1770. I hope everyone can agree and correct any records you may have to show that the 1770 marriage occured in PA and NOT in Ireland. The marriage record can be obtained from PA.

    The second point is this: Did the John Knowles born in 1749 marry Hannah Preston or did some other John Knowles marry her? Does anyone have proof on this? There were other John Knowles in PA at the time.

    Additionally it is well-known locally in White Co., TN that John's wife was called Mollie. So...was this Mollie really named Mary (Mollie) Hannah Preston or was Mollie a totally different person from Hannah Preston?

    Those who find this of interest need to clarify these points if possible by research of marriage and immigration records to see if anyone came with John from Ireland and to determine which John Knowles Hannah Preston married.

    Will anyone volunteer to pursue either of these issues or suggest HOW to research these points? Are immigration records available from Ireland for the time period BEFORE 1770? Has anyone searched for a Hannah (Preston) Knowles in PA or other areas during the same time period that Mollie was living with John in White County, TN?

    It seems to me that these issues need to be clarified by serious Knowles researchers. Please clarify the location of the 1770 marriage information to any of your Knowles correspondents as well to help clear up that info.

    Jane Hembree Crowley





    Children:
    1. Elizabeth Knowles was born 0___ 1770, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; died 0___ 1820, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    2. James Knowles was born Abt 1778, (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania); died 0___ 1846, White County, Tennessee.
    3. John (William) Knowles, Jr. was born 0___ 1784, Commonwealth of Virginia; died 0___ 1864, White County, Tennessee.
    4. Sarah Knowles was born 18 Sep 1789, Fairfax County, Virginia; died 19 Aug 1865, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    5. Joseph Knowles was born 0___ 1790, (Fairfax County, Virginia); died 0___ 1850.
    6. 7. Eleander Knowles was born 4 Feb 1792, Fairfax County, Virginia; died 14 Apr 1856, White County, Tennessee; was buried Hutson Cemetery #3, Walling, White County, Tennessee.
    7. Mary "Polly" Knowles was born 0___ 1795, (Fairfax County, Virginia); died Bef 1851, Arkansas.
    8. William Knowles, Sr. was born 6 May 1799, Fairfax County, Virginia; died 5 Jul 1862, White County, Tennessee; was buried Mount Pisgah Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    9. Isaac Knowles


Generation: 5

  1. 24.  Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, II was born ~ 1756, (Hyde County, North Carolina) (son of Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson and unnamed spouse); died 0___ 1805, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Death: 0___ 1805, Hyde County, North Carolina

    Notes:

    Descendants of Abel Hutson, George Hutson, Nancy (Hutson) Weaver William "Pink" Hudson and Burrell Hudson... http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~egenealogy/hutson.html

    Albert married Susanna Britton (Hyde County, North Carolina). Susanna was born (CIRCA 1750), (Hyde County) North Carolina. [Group Sheet]


  2. 25.  Susanna Britton was born (CIRCA 1750), (Hyde County) North Carolina.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Susanna Brittain

    Notes:

    Abel Hutson 1759 NC

    Posted by: Adell Devinaspre

    Date: August 08, 1999 at 14:32:27 of 1342

    I am searching for information concerning Abel Hutson who married Susannah Britton. Does anyone know where he descended from? Please post message. Thank you

    Followups:

    * Abel Hutson descendent Marty Acks 1/01/00

    Children:
    1. 12. Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, III was born ~ 1775, Swan Quarter, Hyde County, North Carolina; died LATE 1845, (White County, Tennessee); was buried Abel Hutson Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.


Generation: 6

  1. 48.  Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson was born ~ 1732, (Hyde County, North Carolina); died 0Jan 1806, Hyde County, North Carolina.

    Notes:

    Children of ABEL HUTSON and UNK are:

    2. i. NANCY*2 HUTSON, b. Bet. 1757 - 1767, North Carolina; d. Bet. 1840 - 1850, White Co., Tenn..
    3. ii. GEORGE WILLIAM HUTSON, b. Bet. 1750 - 1760, Halifax Co., Virg.; d. Bet. 1810 - 1814, Tennessee.
    4. iii. ABEL HUTSON, b. Abt. 1756, North Carolina; d. 1805, White Co., Tenn..
    iv. ARCHIBALD HUTSON, b. Abt. 1758; d. Unknown.
    v. ELIJAH HUTSON, b. Abt. 1759; d. Unknown.
    vi. EZEKIEL HUTSON, b. Abt. 1760; d. Unknown.
    vii. WILLIAM HUTSON, b. 1764; d. Unknown.

    Albert married unnamed spouse (~ 1750), (Hyde County, North Carolina). unnamed was born 0___ 1741; died 0___ 1839. [Group Sheet]


  2. 49.  unnamed spouse was born 0___ 1741; died 0___ 1839.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Sarah Ann Hutson (Swindell)

    Children:
    1. 24. Albert Lee "Abel" Hutson, II was born ~ 1756, (Hyde County, North Carolina); died 0___ 1805, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Archibald Hutson was born ~ 1758, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    3. Elijah Hutson was born ~ 1759, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    4. George William Hutson was born 1750-1760, Halifax County, Virginia; died 1810-1814, Tennessee.
    5. Ezekiel Hutson was born ~ 1760, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    6. William Hutson was born 0___ 1764, (Hyde County, North Carolina).
    7. Nancy Hutson was born 1757-1767, (Hyde County) North Carolina; died 1840-1850, White County, Tennessee.