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John A. Wasson, his family in Tennessee and Illinois

compiled by Jeannette (Wasson) Gray
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[United States] : J.C. Wasson, 1972
x, 60, [11] p. : ill., map.

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John Wasson was born in North Carolina in 1776. He married Vesta Zippora England, daughter of John and Zippora England, in Anderson County, Tennessee, ca. 1801. They and seventeen children, born 1802-1833. He died in Rhea County, Tennessee, in 1850. His son, John Addison Wasson, was born in 1820 in Rhea County, Tennessee. He married Elizabeth Malvina Nelson in 1839 in Rhea County. They had four sons, 1840-1847. The family migrated to Gallatin County, Illinois, in 1844. After Elizabeth's death in 1847, he moved the family to Pope County, Illinois, and married 2) Martha Hall. They had eleven children, 1848-1873. He died in 1896 in Pope County. Descendants lived in Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes corrections and additions [2 leaves] at back on volume.

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