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Our east Tennessee Kinsmen : Cate, Henry and related families

Aurelia Cate Dawson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Seaford, Delaware : A.C. Dawson, 1962
69, 90 p. : coats of arms

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John Cate was born ca. 1753 in Orange County, North Carolina. He served in the Revoltionary War in North Carolina. He was the first member enrolled on the records of the Dumplin Baptist Church, Duplin Valley, Tennessee, in 1797. He was the father of at least eleven children. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Iowa, and elsewhere.

Contents: pt. 1. Meet your Henry kin -- pt. 2. Cate, Carmichael, Conway, Hudson, Huffaker, Mount, Bryan and related families.

Samuel Henry of Washington County, Virginia (now Tennessee) was the father of six sons, born ca. 1749-ca. 1764. His son, Major Hugh Henry (1756-1838), married Mary Long at Jamestown, Virginia. They had at least nine children. She died between 1805 and 1813 at Henry's Cross Roads, Kodak, Sevier County, Tennesse. He married 2) Mary (Polly) Upton, daughter of James and Nancy Bogle Upton, in 1813 in Blount County, Tennessee. They had ten children, 1814-1828. He died at Kodak, Tennessee. Descendants listed lived in Tennessee, Missouri, Alabama, Texas, and elsewhere.

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