History & Events of Solomon Sanders 1740-1837:

Location Map Link for the years of 1782-1806

• 1740-1776, Location: , Craven, NC, USA. 5 1740 Birth Place: Craven County, NC, 1776 Enlistment Place Craven County, NC
Answer: I was born in Craven County-(now Jones) in the State of North Carolina in the year 1740.
Answer: I have no record of my age, The record of my age was burnet many years ago.
Answer: Was living in Craven, North Carolina when called into the service, his x (mark) Solomon Sanders.

• 1776-1779, Location: North Carolina & South Carolina. 5 "Country" through which he marched: North Carolina & South Carolina
Service in the Revolutionary War.

Location & discharged from the Revolutionary War, Continental Army, Solomon Sanders on 10 Nov 1779 in Camp Wilmington, Wilmington, New Hanover, NC, USA. 1 ...Solomon Sanders ___my Regiment at Camp Wilmington, North Carolina who has served out his time of enlistment which was for three years who presented himself as a Brave and Faith Full Soldier to his Country given from under my hand this...Fredrick Hargatt, gent.

• Revolutionary War: 1st Act of North Carolina Laws Chapter 25, 1780, ,,NC, USA. 6 In 1780 the North Carolina Assembly passed an act to boost enlistment in the Continental Line (national army) and compensate people who have served in the Continental Line. The enlistment goal was 3,000 men who would receive $500 upon enlisting for 3 years “or the war” . Each soldier was to receive $500 per year, and at war's end, a “prime” slave between 15 and 30 years old or the same “value” and 200 acres of Land... Soldiers couldn't assign their rights during the war...

• Oct 1781, Location: Camp Wilmington, Wilmington, New Hanover, NC, USA. 7 8 Solomon Sanders re-enlisted under Capt. Reedsdale McDaniel
...his unit was disbanded after the capture of Cornwallis.
... the Capture of Cornwallis in 1781
October 17 - As Yorktown is about to be taken, the British send out a flag of truce. Washington and Cornwallis then work out terms of surrender
October 19 - The British surrender at Yorktown. Hopes for a British victory in the war against America are dashed.

• Revolutionary War Bounty Land: Warrant # 1087, 1781-1782, , Washington, North Carolina, USA. 6 Solomon Sanders, John Joshua "the elder" Phipps, & ____ Sanders, Authors Note: All 3 North Carolina Warrant #s are consecutive at this office and where issued when they re-enlisted together and recieved their Bounty Warrants at this time, exchanged their warrants at the Washington Co. NC land office, choosing land in the Transylvania Land Co. in the State of "Virginea". Many people had already settled in the Powell River area and beyond from the Washington Co. land office and some as far away as the Transylvania Land Company in the State of North Carolina.

• 1782-1806, Location: Virginia, Kentucky. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Revolutionary Bounty Land Warrant # 1087, Solomon Sanders
Answer: ... I have lived in the State of Virginea.
Answer: ... then Kentucky...
1)State of Tennessee, Grundy County:
...Suthey Sanders aged Seventy four years past...Affiant would further declare that he lived in the Solomon and Mary Sanders above house several years in Kentucky. Signed: Suthie Sanders
2) State of Tennessee, Grundy County:...personally appeared before the subscriber an acting Justice of the Peace in said for County...Thomas Sanders aged 65 years past...Affiant would further declare that he first knew the above stated Solomon Sanders and his wife the above mentioned Mary Sanders in the State of Kentucky and it was as early as affiant can recollect, Affiant has always remembered that his mother moved to Kentucky in the year 1792...Signed Thomas Sanders

History of Solomon Sanders Bounty Land

Abstract written by: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004/05] All rights reserved©
1.
1782 Transylvania Land Company, State of Virginia and by 1784 this became the Virginia Military Reserve, with the exception of the land that fell 130 miles east to west and 50 north to south and this part of the Tran. Land Co. became the NC Military Reserve of 1783, land office in Nashville. But Solomon Sanders land did not fall with in this reserve of 1783 only soldiers with "Preemption Rights"/those that had land with in this area before it was reserve land and some had been there as long as 20 years. John Joshua "the elder" Phipps was one of these, his land falling part in the NC Reserve and the other in the Virginia Reserve (Nashville Office document dated 1796).
2.
1784 Virginia Military Reserve, State of Virginia. With Joshua Phipps land in part now what later became Tennessee and Solomon Sanders completely in the Virginia Reserve I believe it is along this 130 miles east to west line in Virginia that his land is.
3.
1792 The State of Kentucky. The Kentucky-Tennessee boundary, was run to far north in 1779-1780 to be called the Walker line. Now Solomon's land falls between by 1792 State of Kentucky and 1796 State of Tennessee and some settlers in the disputed strip were uncertain in which state they lived. It was not till 1820 did Kentucky accept the disputed line.

"State of Virginia", 1782-1792 & "Kentucky", 1792-1805
Abstract written by: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004/05] All rights reserved©
Solomon Sanders, age 42, North Carolina Soldier, is found living with in the boundaries of the Transylvania Land Company and by 1784 the Virginia Military Tract with preemption rights. Along with his status of "early settler" and the State of Virginia legislating the area he is in, the surveying of his land is each year postponed or granted an extension and thus no formal surveyor's documents exist. But the evidence (2 documents) of his warrant # for this land can be found by a researcher and knowing the history of the Washington County, NC land office dates can place him in 1782 on his land. The preparation for the new state of Kentucky being created in 1792 and the extension/postponements would help Virginia with this transition. To which Virginia must turn over all land by 1796 with clear titles, in the VA military track and this time also coincides with Tennessee becoming a state.
Other stipulations are placed on these NC Soldiers in this VA military tract to keep their preempted status and one is they prove they are North Carolina citizens (Powell's Valley stay in 1790-1793), and time is allotted for them to be away from their land without loss of it or abandonment claims made against it, to obtain proof of this. Kentucky in 1792 is created but they did not have full title to these lands and now Kentucky also has problems with their boundaries & Tennessee "Territory". The date of 1796 comes and goes for Virginia to turn over these lands of these North Carolina Soldiers and a law suite is brought by the State of Virginia VS the State of North Carolina in hopes of forcing NC to provide their soldiers with land that is with in NC boundaries. At the same time this law suite is going on Tennessee has become a state and NC must negotiate with TN for the land to finish off their outstanding warrants of which Solomon Sanders, John Joshua “the elder” Phipps, & _____ SANDERS (all are North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers and are among these Soldiers. North Carolina looses the suite and now is forced to remove these soldiers from this area in the Virginia Military Tract of 1784. Solomon Sanders age 65 and the 2 above men have lived on the same pieces of land for 23 years (including the establishing NC residency at Powell's Valley in 1790-1793) by the time Tennessee decides to agree with NC on the land area for these soldiers.

• Abt 1791-1793, Location: Powell's Valley, NC, USA. 13 16 Trip for the establishment of their NC residency also to co inside with the Statehood of Kentucky
State of Tennessee, Grundy County:
...that Joshua Phipps aged 83 years past, he was well acquainted with Solomon Sanders, he first knew him in North Carolina, and was with him in Powel's Valley, Tennessee which was then part of North Carolina in 1791.
Authors Note: deposition written in Sept 1853 and this is Joshua John "the younger" Phipps son of John Joshua "the elder" Phipps.

• 1806, Location: Eastern Section of Middle, Tennessee, 2nd Surveyors District. 16 Federal Land Grant BLM# 6451-16-55, For North Carolina outstanding warrants owed to their Soliers & issued by the State of Tennessee
Deposition of Solomon Sanders: ... I moved to Franklin County, Tennessee where I live for the last twenty years, where I now live...Document dated 1826...

Eastern Section of Middle, Tennessee, 2nd Surveyors District

Abstract written by: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, Copyright [2004/05] All rights reserved©
In 1806 the area of East/West Middle TN is ready for occupancy by these NC Soldiers using Federally issued Land Grant Certificates for this area through a "newer" Nashville, Tennessee land office for the outstanding warrants for North Carolina Bounty Land but not with out some restrictions that had been agreed upon:
1. All land sales were stopped in this area until the outstanding warrants were taken care of.
2. Those in the area before 1806 were given preemption rights but still had to have their land surveyed and those only were allowed certain amounts of land and they had a longer length of time to file these claims & surveys.
3. All NC Soldiers with 7 years of service would receive 640 acres and those with less time it was adjusted according to length of service. (see Solomon Sanders Rev. Pension File for his acreage). Authors Note: it has been reported that some time after this date of 1806 that Solomon Sanders had Patented his land and with the knowledge of his amount of acres he had and it was already a Federal Land Grant Certificate this was not an option.
4. Tennessee would do the supervising and issuing of the these Certificates and not North Carolina. The State funds were running low and it would just about break them to do this job. It was by selling the legally obtained lands now with in the state could they accomplish this. You see it was at that time that only the Federal Government could negotiate treaties with foreign governments and these states were to treat the Indians as a foreign power.
This is the setting for Solomon Sanders age 66/Mary, John Joshua "the elder" Phipps, & ____ Sanders and his wife and families coming to the 2nd of the Bounty Land Grants they received. Solomon would remain on some portion of this land till is death in 1837 at age 97.

• 1806, Location: Payne's Cove, Franklin, TN, USA. 1 17 Family History:
Solomon Saunders (Sanders), was an early settler in Payne's Cove where he continued to live until his death. He was a consistent member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. He and his wife had eleven children. Note: the eleven children noted in this source includes Thomas Sanders the nephew of Solomon Sanders and George C. "Uncle Dick" Sanders son of Thomas Sanders the nephew.

• 1826, Pension Military, Revolutionary War for Solomon Sanders, Continental Army, Declaration, Washington D.C., USA. 1 Answer: I was born in Craven County-(now Jones) in the State of North Carolina in the year 1740.
Answer: I have no record of my age, The record of my age was burnt many years ago.
Answer: Was living in Craven, North Carolina when called into the service, I have lived in the state of Virginea, then removed to Kentucky, from there I moved to Franklin County, Tennessee where I live for the last twenty years, where I now live...
Answer: Gen. Lincoln had the command of the troops. I cannot recollect the rest of the other regiments that were with me. I was marched from Craven County to Wilmington, from there to Charleston and served out the term of service nearly. Then returned to Wilmington where I was discharged in the summer of 1781. I again remusterd in to the service of the United States for the term of three months under Capt Rosdale McDaniel and served in his company under the command of Gen. Richard Caswell the term of service was performed as ___ was marching his army from the south to ___ Forks, ___ ___ recurring intelligence of his Captain M. __ Asbande.
Answer: ...to the Rev. George Roberts & John Jones, Esq. ...His x (mark) Solomon Sanders

• 1826, Pension Military, Deposition of Reverend George Roberts for Pension of Solomon Sanders, , Franklin, TN, USA. 1

• 29 Aug 1826, Pension Military, Deposition by Solomon Sanders, , Franklin, TN, USA. 21 State of Tennessee, the County Court of Franklin County.
...the said Solomon Saunders aged 87 enlisted for the term of three years on the __ day of November 1776 in the State of N. Carolina in the company Commanded by Captain McDaniel in the regiment Commanded by Colonel Frederick Hargett, in the __ __of North Carolina of the Continental establishment that he continued to serve in said corps until the 10 day of November 1779 when he was discharged from said service.
...I was in the Battle of Black River Bridge & Blomfordy Bridge and Several skirmishes..
Schedule hereto the following of all the property-
One tract of land containing 69 acres of worth........$343.00
2 horses worth............$75.00
5 Cows & Calves worth............$35.00
5 or 6 head of hogs...........$10.00
3 bed, and furniture, knives and forks, plats......$22.00
Total...................................$485.00
and he is indebt to the courts of a suit lately decreed in the Circuit Court of Franklin County, Solomon Sanders ag(ainst) the Heirs of Poindexter Payne, in the sum of $75.00 including the lawer fees and to various other persons in the sum of $40.00
My family consists of a wife named Mary aged about 54 years, a daughter named Nancy aged about 18 years, a daughter named Sally aged about 16 years and one son, Tom T. , Jacob aged 12 years and Jordan aged 11 years all of whom are dependent on me for support. His x (mark), Solomon Sanders,
__ to subscribed in open Court the 29 Aug 1826, E. Russell, clerk
And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by the recrimination of John Jones and John Sanders, credible and his disinterested persons...

• 12 Dec 1826, Pension Military, Rejected: Revolutionary War for Solomon Sanders, Continental Army, Washington D.C., USA. 1 Application for Pension: Rejected, letter to Hon. I.C. Isaacs.

• 14 Aug 1828, Land &/or Property: Deed, Solomon Sanders to Thomas Sanders, , Franklin, TN, USA.

• 1830, Census: Federal, , Franklin, TN, USA. 22
Sanders Solomon:
2 male 15-19 (Jacob & Jordan)
1 male 90-99 (Solomon)
1 female 60-69 (Mary)

• 1832, Pension Military, Deposition: Reverend George Roberts & John Jones, , Franklin, TN, USA. 1 George Roberts a clergyman residing in the neighborhood of Solomon Sanders and John Jones.
signed George Roberts & John Jones

• 7 Jun 1832, Pension Military, for Solomon Sanders, Washington D.C., USA. 1 War Department, Revolutionary Claim, I certify that, in conformity with the law of the United states of the 7 June 1832, Solomon Sanders of the State of Tennessee, who was a private in the Army of the Revolution is entitled to receive Eighty dollars and no cents pre annum, during his natural life, commencing on the 4th of March, 1831 and payable semi-annually on the 4th of March and 4th of September, in every year.
Given at the War Office of the United States
this 3 day of May 1832...

• 1832, Pension Military, Granted: Revolutionary War for Solomon Sanders, Continental Army, , Franklin, TN, USA. 1 Declaration for a pension #21074, granted, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the Law...Solomon Sanders, a resident of said County and State aged abt 92 year. He enlisted... County of Craven in the State of North Carolina, November, 1776, and served till 19 the day of November 1779 and was discharged from the service at Camp Wilmington, North Carolina...Solomon Sanders X(mark).

• 1832, Pension Military, Revolutionary War for Solomon Sanders, Nashville, , TN, USA. 1 Payments to be made @ Nashville by the ___ ___Bank Agent for paying Pensioners...Recorded in the Pension office in Book 6 Vol 7, page 9.

• Death: Nashville Tenn. Agency by Mary Saunders, widow, 29 Nov 1837, Nashville, , TN, USA. 1 Mary Saunders, widow of Solomon who was a private N. Carolina troops. Acct. 1832.
July 7, 1837, March 30 1843, $80 per Ann. Commence. Nov 29, 1837, when he died, Hon. Geo. W. Jones, Agency Rep.

• Headstones Found: Two headstones found in "cow pasture", 2004, "Sanders Cemetery", Pelham, Grundy, TN, USA. 23  Authors Note: several descendants have agreed that these "2" headstones where placed by descendants of Solomon Sanders & his Grandson of Jordan Sanders...It is not known whether this is the actual burial site for the Sanders.

• Solomon SANDERS was found in a Land Description, Deed: Ephriam Phillips & wife Sarah to Jourdin Sanders, 29 Sep 1852, , Grundy, TN, USA 24
...for $900.00, lands which Elias Pierson/Person owned in his lifetime, part of which he purchased from William Burrows, which Burrows had purchased from the heirs of Poindexter Payne, part purchased from Solomon Sanders, dec'd, part of which Pierson "borrowed against for in consideration with James H. Perkins" [?] which is the spur of the mountain between Payne's Cove, formerly Trussell Cove, & Burrows Cove. All of the land is in Payne's Cove on south side of Elk River, on a creek called Green Swamp or Yellow Creek. Adjoins the dower land of Pierson's widow, now owned by John Meeks, adjoins Isaac Meeks, Jackson Phipps, Thomas Sanders, The Perkins & Ellis survey, and Eli Stonestreet's lands which are now owned by Jourdin Sanders. Includes the land on which Elias Pierson lived until his death, which descended to the Phillips as equal heirs. No wit.

Sources:

1. "Revolutionary War Pension File of Solomon Sanders", Continental Army, North Carolina Line, United States Federal Government. Repository: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, candissanders@bctonline.com , http://www.cattley-sanders.com , Call Number: W. 1087, BLM 6451-160-55 Copy on file. FHC Film #972117 US/CAN. Cit. Date: 12 Mar 2004

5. "Revolutionary War Pension File of Solomon Sanders", Continental Army, North Carolina Line, United States Federal Government. Repository: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, candissanders@bctonline.com , http://www.cattley-sanders.com , Call Number: W. 1087, BLM 6451-160-55 Copy on file. FHC Film #972117 US/CAN. Cit. Date: 16 Apr 2004

6. Tennessee Land entries military bounty land (1783-1841), Pruitt, A.B., 1946- Main Author (Whitakers, N.C.: Pruitt, A. Bruce, c1997). Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: US/Can Book 976.8 R2, Volume 1-7. Cit. Date: 17 Sep 2004. Research Notes by clc-s
In 1780 the North Carolina Assembly passed an act (1780 NC Laws Chapter 25) to boost enlistment in the Continental Line (national army) and compensate people who have served in the Continental Line. The enlistment goal was 3,000 men who would receive $500 upon enlisting for 3 years “or the war” (Authors note by clc-s: ending year 1782). Each soldier was to receive $500 per year, and at war's end, a “prime” slave between 15 and 30 years old or the same “value” and 200 acres of Land. The land was to be in Northeast Tennessee bounded by Holston River, Powell River, Virginia State line, and down to present day Knoxville. Soldiers couldn't assign their rights during the war. The act also attempted to force settlers from Cherokee Indian land.
This whole scheme fell apart, however, before the bounds of the land could be surveyed and before formal methods where written for issuing the warrants and grants. The cause of the failure was the lack of sufficient vacant land in the designated area. Many people had already settled in the Powell river area and beyond using warrants from the Washington County land office. A large part of this area was also soon granted to the Transylvania Land Company in exchange for its claim to land in Tennessee.
In 1782 (Chapter 3) another act was passed partly to address perceived problems with depreciation of the soldiers' claims by issuing indents and certificates. Heirs could receive similar payment due to deceased soldiers….
In 1783 the Assembly tried again (1783 NC Laws chapter2) to improve the 1782 law. To obtain warrants, soldiers were to apply to the Secretary of State. The warrants were addressed to Martin Armstrong who was to operate the land office…Lots were to be cast to decide cases where two people tired to claim the same land. The Secretary was to begin issuing warrants Oct. 1, 1784, and soldiers would have three years to locate land….The land designated was in the area in North central Tennessee; the area was 50 miles North to South and about 130 miles East to West. Only soldiers and those with preemption rights could claim land in this area..The secretary was to issue grants (including the Governor's signature) when surveys returned to his office.

In 1784 there was another addition of the bounty land law. This law begins by dictating the format of the location book to be kept by Martin Armstrong. Armstrong's office was to be located in Nashville, TN.
In 1798 fraud and corruption closed the Nashville office.
In 1799 the passed the act to reopen the Nashville office, They were to issue warrants to those only appearing on the muster rolls This office remained opened till 1802 when an act which would impose a large fine on anyone surveying land in Tennessee for North Carolina.
This survey on film roll S 108.160.61N; abstracts of those surveys were published in the second volume on the Glasgow land fraud.
Preemption Grants
The area designated for military bounty grants wasn't completely vacant; some people had lived in the area for as much as 20 years. Settlers had their claims recorded in a land office in Nashville operated by Samuel Barton. The grants were signed by the governor and Secretary of State and returned to the settler with a copy of survey attached. The land owner had 12 months to have the grant recorded in the county where the land was. This recording was not enforced and it was some times many years before a grant was recorded.
Tennessee's efforts to grant its own land
In 1796 Tennessee became a state and found it needed copies of land entries, warrants, surveys & grants issued by North Carolina. In 1801 In 1801 Tennessee appointed several men to obtain these copies. Initial negotiations with North Carolina failed however. In 1803 John Overton to this project he obtained copies of almost all land records about land within its borders with the exception of the 2 reports by the 2 boards about military warrants.
Between 1806-09, Tennessee's Assembly passed acts creating a land grant system within the state. Boards were set up in different areas to review warrants… the owner was given a new warrant which could be used to find vacant land, have it surveyed, and obtain a grant from Tennessee (BLM-6451-16-55). Opinions (about whether soldiers served and if warrants were legally issued in the first place) could be obtained from North Carolina's Secretary, upon request. But few warrant owners were interested, they had a warrant wanted it used. The Tennessee grant system was very similar to NC's system: warrants could be sold, at sometime a survey was made, the survey could be sold, and at sometime a grant issued.. Tennessee officials often made notes on warrants indicating grant date, grant #, & grantee's name. But sometimes the grantee's name was omitted; in such cases, the warrantee is assumed to be the grantee, as a first “guess because there is very little hope of finding a Tennessee grant if you only know the grant number.

7. Revolutionary War pension applications from Franklin County, Tennessee, Sherrill, Charles A., 1959 ([Ohio : s.n.] c1982), page 65. Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: US/CAN Book 976.863 M2. Cit. Date: 23 Apr 2004

8. http://www.america-at-war.net/amrev.htm.  Cit. Date: 23 Apr 2004

9. "Revolutionary War Pension File of Solomon Sanders", Continental Army, North Carolina Line, United States Federal Government, Rev. War Declaration of Solomon Sanders, 1826. Repository: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, candissanders@bctonline.com , http://www.cattley-sanders.com , Call Number: W. 1087, BLM 6451-160-55 Copy on file. FHC Film #972117 US/CAN. Cit. Date: 12 Mar 2004

10. 1790, 1st Census of the United States. Cit. Date: 2 Mar 2004

11. 1810 Census, Bentley, Elizabeth Petty. Cit. Date: 2 Mar 2004

12. 1820 Census, United States Federal Government. Cit. Date: 2 Mar 2004

13. Tennessee Land entries military bounty land (1783-1841), Pruitt, A.B., 1946- Main Author (Whitakers, N.C.: Pruitt, A. Bruce, c1997). Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: US/Can Book 976.8 R2, Volume 1-7. Cit. Date: 21 Aug 2004

14. Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920, Thorndale, William & Dollarhide, William (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, copyright 1987.) Cit. Date: 21 Aug 2004

15. Tennessee Land entries military bounty land (1783-1841), Pruitt, A.B., 1946- Main Author (Whitakers, N.C.: Pruitt, A. Bruce, c1997), Joshua John Phipps, page 770, Volume 1, John Armstron's office. Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: US/Can Book 976.8 R2, Volume 1-7. Cit. Date: 21 Aug 2004

16. "Revolutionary War Pension File of Solomon Sanders", Continental Army, North Carolina Line, United States Federal Government. Repository: Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders, candissanders@bctonline.com , http://www.cattley-sanders.com , Call Number: W. 1087, BLM 6451-160-55 Copy on file. FHC Film #972117 US/CAN. Cit. Date: 29 Mar 2004

17. Homecoming ' 86, History of The Elk River Valley (Pelham Valley) of Grundy County, TN, Compiled by Arlene Partin Bean, Janelle Layne Coats (Manchester, Tenn. : Beaver Press, 1986) Rec. Date: 1986, Sanders, page 40. Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number:976.878 H2. Cit. Date: 2 Mar 2004

21. Revolutionary War pension applications from Franklin County, Tennessee, Sherrill, Charles A., 1959 ([Ohio : s.n.] c1982), page 64. Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: US/CAN Book 976.863 M2. Cit. Date: 29 Feb 2004

22. 1830 Census Franklin County, Tennessee, United States Federal Government, Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: Film # 24534. Cit. Date: 16 Sep 2002

23. "Various Grundy County TN Cemeteries." Repository: US-Gen-Web-Tennessee, http://www.tngenweb.org/grundy , Call Number: http://www.tngenweb.org/grundy/various.html . Cit. Date: 27 Aug 2004

24. Grundy County, Tennessee, Earliest Deeds, 1852-1867, Sherrill, Charles A., 1959 (Mt. Juliet, Tenn. : C.A.Sherrill, 1996), #20, page 2. Repository: Church of Jesus Christ Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA, http://www.familysearch.org , Call Number: FHL US/CAN Book 976.878 R2s. Cit. Date: 28 Feb 2004

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