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Church - Edens families of Hawkins and Hancock Counties, Tennessee

by James Lawrence Murray
Murray, James Lawrence (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
El Paso, Texas : J.L. Murray, 1960
23 leaves.

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" John Christian Church bought land in Hawkins County, Tenn, Jan. 5, 1797, located near present Sneedville. ... He was probably buried near Glinch River and near Hawkins-Hancock line. His will, made May 30, 1813, and proved in Hawkins County on March 1, 1814, indicated he died latter part of 1813 or ear. 1814. In that will he named his wife Eleanor ... "--P. 1. John Edens was born in 1803 in Virginia. On 28 January 1823 he married Frances "Fannie" Monk in Hawkins County, Tennessee. She was born in Virginia in 1804. A number of the Church and Edens descendants intermarried. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Tennessee, California, Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, Virginia, Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, Washington, Utah and elsewhere.

Includes Church, Edens, Lawson, Palmer, Fletcher, Vaughn, Sons, Paschal, Reynolds, Baldwin, Collier, Woolston, Briscoe, Wasson, Perkins, Burnett, Combs, Barrett, Bryant, Wilson, Stapleton, Rogers, Royster and related families.

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