Thursday at the Cemetery #40 ~ Mount Tabor Cemetery ~ Odessa, Missouri part 4

This week I will be featuring this Cemetery that is located about 36 miles east of Kansas City, MO. I was working on one of my lines when I came across several ancestors that were buried here. Once I went to Find-A-Grave, I discovered that I had a total of 20 family members from both my paternal and maternal lines! So, for the next few weeks I will be honoring each one here. I will post their headstone (if there is one) and a short bio about them.

The Mount Tabor Cemetery is located south central Lafayette County, southeast of Odessa, Missouri. The cemetery is behind the Mount Tabor Methodist Church which was founded in 1873. There are over 1,300 graves there and many do not have headstones, several of them are my relatives.

Ruby Pauline Couch, my paternal 2nd cousin, was born January 19, 1929, in Odessa, Lafayette County, Missouri. She was the 2nd of 8 children born to George Couch (1900-1958) and Elsie Mae Willard (1906-1997). In 1953 she married Ernest Young (1927-2015) and they had one son. After their divorce she married Donald G, Elliott and the had 7 children, 3 sons and 4 daughters. At various times of her life, she had owned a beauty shop in Lake Lotawana, Missouri, sold real estate in Denver, Colorado, was a deli manager at Albertson Grocery, and was an antique dealer in Greenwood, Missouri for 30 years. She enjoyed traveling, painting, golfing, and bowling. She died on April 11, 2019, in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri at the age of 90.

Robert Franklin Couch, my paternal 2nd cousin, was born July 18, 1931, in Mayview, Lafayette County, Missouri. He was the 3rd of 8 children born to George Couch (1900-1958) and Elsie Mae Willard (1906-1997). He married Shirley R. Withrow (1931) on September 26, 1953, in Independence, Lafayette County, Missouri, and they never had any children. Robert was a machinist. He died on December 15, 1987, at the age of 56.

George Ennis, is my maternal 1st cousin 5x removed, in 1810, in Warren County, Kentucky. He was the 5th of 11 children born to John Ennis III (1775-1840) and Rachel Campbell (1778-1820). He married Rebecca Cole (1817-1894) on April 27, 1834, in Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 5 children, 2 sons, and 3 daughters. George was a farmer. George died on January 1, 1855, in Lafayette County, Missouri at the age of 56.

Robert Warren Page, my maternal 3rd Great Uncle, was born on February 19, 1847 in Page City, Lafayette County, Missouri. He was the 8th of 9 children born to Richard Fountain Page (1815-1852) and Margaret Richey (1814-1890). He married Lula C. Richey (1859-1908) on May 7, 1885, in Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 7 children 3 of whom died at birth. The surviving were 3 sons, and 1 daughter. Richard was a farmer owning a large farm outside Dover. He died on April 27, 1810, in Washington, Lafayette County, Missouri, at the age of 63.

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Thursday at the Cemetery #39 ~ Mount Tabor Cemetery ~ Odessa, Missouri pt 3

This week I will be featuring this Cemetery that is located about 36 miles east of Kansas City, MO. I was working on one of my lines when I came across several ancestors that were buried here. Once I went to Find-A-Grave, I discovered that I had a total of 20 family members from both my paternal and maternal lines! So, for the next few weeks I will be honoring each one here. I will post their headstone (if there is one) and a short bio about them.

The Mount Tabor Cemetery is located south central Lafayette County, southeast of Odessa, Missouri. The cemetery is behind the Mount Tabor Methodist Church which was founded in 1873. There are over 1,300 graves there and many do not have headstones, several of them are my relatives.

Thirsten King Jones, my maternal 2nd cousin, was born on December 31, 1841, in Lafayette County, Missouri. He was the 6th of 7 children born to Granville Jones (1819-1896) and Martha Francis Ennis (1832-1887). On February 20, 1901, he married Dora M. Burns (1877-1972). They had two sons. He served in the US Army during WWI. Thirsten owned a large farm in Washington, Lafayette County, Missouri, and he employed several farmworkers. He died on July 30, 1847, in Lafayette County, at the age of 75.

Milardi Jones, my maternal 2nd cousin, was born on December 7, 1857, in Lafayette County, Missouri. He was the 2nd of 7 children born to Granville Jones (1819-1896) and Martha Francis Ennis (1832-1887). He died of pneumonia on May 7, 1858, at the age of 3 months. There is no Headstone for her.

Lina Jane Jones, my maternal 2nd cousin, was born on June 14, 1874, in Lafayette County, Missouri. She was the last of 7 children born to Granville Jones (1819-1896) and Martha Francis Ennis (1832-1887). She died in a drowning accident on August 4, 1890, at the age of 16.

Theresa Ennis, my maternal 1st cousin, was born in 1835 in Lafayette County, Missouri. She was the 2nd of 3 daughters born to John Ennis (1775-1840) Martha “Patsy” Hunt (1790-1877). She died of pneumonia in 1850 in Lafayette County, at the age of 15. There is no Headstone for her.

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Thursday at the Cemetery #38 ~ Mount Tabor Cemetery ~ Odessa, Missouri pt. 2

This week I will be featuring this Cemetery that is located about 36 miles east of Kansas City, MO. I was working on one of my lines when I came across several ancestors that were buried here. Once I went to Find-A-Grave, I discovered that I had a total of 20 family members from both my paternal and maternal lines! So, for the next few weeks I will be honoring each one here. I will post their headstone (if there is one) and a short bio about them.

The Mount Tabor Cemetery is located south central Lafayette County, southeast of Odessa, Missouri. The cemetery is behind the Mount Tabor Methodist Church which was founded in 1873. There are over 1,300 graves there and many do not have headstones, several of them are my relatives.

John Ennis III is my maternal 5th Uncle. He was born in 1775 in Virginia, the third of five children born to John Ennis Jr. (1735-1824) and Mary Ann Whitlock (1740-1827). He grew up on a farm in Albemarle County. His family moved to Warren County, Kentucky in 1790. He married first, Rachel Campbell (1778-1820) on September 7, 1797. They had 11 children, 4 sons, and 7 daughters. His wife died on September 5. 1820 and was buried on her families farm. John then, in 1829, he moved his large family to Lafayette County, Missouri. He then married Martha “Patsy” Hunt on September 23, 1831. The had 3 daughters. John died in October of 1840, at the age of 65. There is no Headstone for him.

Nancy Ennis is my 1st cousin 5x removed. She was born on June 5, 1798, in Amherst County, Virginia. She was the firstborn of eleven children born to John Ennis III (1775-1840) and Rachel Campbell (1778-1820). She married William Hickman on January 24, 1818, in Warren County, Kentucky. They had 11 children, 5 sons, and 6 daughters 3 of which died as infants. Her family moved to Lafayette County, Missouri along with her father and siblings in 1829. She died on May 13, 1877, in Lafayette County, Missouri at the age of 79. There is no Headstone for her.

Martha Frances Ennis is my 1st cousin 5x removed. She was born on August 4, 1832, in Ray County, Missouri. She was the oldest of 3 daughters born to John Ennis III (1775-1840) and Martha “Patsy” Hunt (1790-1877). Patsy married Granville M. Jones (1819-1896) in 1854, in Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 7 children, 5 sons, and 3 daughters. They owned a farm in Washington, Lafayette County, Missouri. She died on December 1, 1877, at the age of 45.

Granville Marthalomew Jones is the husband of my 1st cousin 5x removed. He was born on May 4. 1819 in Grayson County, Virginia. He was the seventh of eleven children born to Churchill Jones (1789-1848) and Julia Ann Jones (1790-1880). The family moved from Virginia to Missouri in 1835. Granville married Martha Frances Ennis (1832-1877) in 1854, in Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 7 children, 5 sons, and 3 daughters. They owned a farm in Washington, Lafayette County, Missouri. He died on March 14, 1896, in Odessa, Missouri at the age of 76.

Julia Ennis is my 1st cousin 5x removed. She was born in 1838, in Lafayette County, Missouri. She was the youngest of 3 daughters born to John Ennis III (1775-1840) and Martha “Patsy” Hunt (1790-1877). She died of Cholera in 1850, at the age of 12. There is no Headstone for her.

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Buckner Hill Cemetery ~ Buckner, Johnson County, Missouri

This week I will be featuring this small quaint cemetery, located in the town of Buckner about 28 miles east of Kansas City. The grounds of the cemetery is dotted with so many large trees that almost every stone is in the shade!

I have two ancestors buried here. My maternal Grandparents.

John Pleasant Smith Sr was born on September 8, 1882, in Hazel Hill, Johnson County Missouri. He is the only son born to Pleasant Smith (1853-1893) and Sarah Jane Page (1860-1938). He was raised by his mother as his father deserted the family shortly after he was born. He married Ella McGowan (1888-1921) on September 17, 1904, in Lexington. Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 6 children, 3 sons, and 3 daughters. John held several jobs throughout his life. He was a farmer, a grave digger, a coal miner, and a carpenter. After the death of his wife Ella, he married Nellie Jane Barrett (1879-1948) on May 8, 1926. After Nellie Jane died he then married Nellie Robinson (1885-1987) on February 15, 1949. John died at a hospital in Independence MO. He died from a broken neck after 5 days in the hospital. His 3rd wife Nellie had pushed him over a lawn mower which resulted in the neck breaking. He died on June 25, 1968 at the age of 85.

Ella E. McGowan was born on September 17, 1904, in Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri. She is the oldest of 8 children born to John Henry McGowan (1863-1957) and Asenath “Dolly” Walt (1863-1931). She had 2 brothers, and 5 sisters. She married John Pleasant Smith (1882-1968) on September 17, 1904, in Lexington. Lafayette County, Missouri. They had 6 children, 3 sons, and 3 daughters. Ella was born with Valvular heart disease and had to be careful with overdoing it her entire life. The strain of having 6 children in 14 years was too much for her condition. She died of a heart attack on November 19, 1921, at the age of 33.

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri

Every Thursday I will post a photo of a Headstone along with a short biography or interesting fact about that particular Ancestor. I hope you enjoy them.

This week I am featuring my 3rd Great Grandmother who is buried in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery located in St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri. She is the only one of her family that is buried here, and that includes her husband.
Sarah Johnson was born in 1806 in New Hanover, North Carolina. She is the only known child born to Edward Johnson (1771-1843) and Margaret Pigford (1776-1830). She married Francis Register (1809-1874) in 1831 in North Carolina. They had 4 children, 3 sons and 1 daughter. By 1836 the family moved to the outskirts of St. Joseph, Missouri, and they bought a 40 acre farm. They raised hogs, chickens and cows and planted corn, wheat and hemp. Sarah died on January 14, 1870, at the sanitarium located in St. Joseph from Tuberculosis.

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Medlin Cemetery ~ Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas ~ Finale

Medlin Cemetery is located in the town of Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas. Most of the stones in this cemetery have been well cared for and so has the grounds. I have decided to feature this cemetery because I have several ancestors that are buried here.
In all, I believe there are about 15 Medlin and Allen ancestors buried here. In 1847 my 4th Great Grandmother, Permelia Loving Allen led a large group of family to the area So for the next few weeks I will be displaying the headstone (if there is one) and writing a short biography of each one.
William Owen Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on August 31, 1838, in Cole Country, Missouri. He is the son of Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda M. Allen (1812-1863). In 1847, he moved with his family to current day Denton County Texas. Here he married Amanda Elizabeth White (1844-1932) on July 20, 1865. He had just returned from fighting in the Civil War where he was captured and was imprisoned twice. They had 11 children, 3 sons, and 8 daughters. William was a successful farmer. He died on February 28, 1900, at the age of 61.
Amanda Elizabeth White, the wife of my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on July 31, 1844, in Missouri. Her parents are unknown at this time. She married William Owen Medlin (1838-1900) on July 20, 1865. They had 11 children, 3 sons, and 8 daughters. She died on May 22, 1932, in Perrin, Jack County, Texas, at the age of 87.

James Wilson Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on August 27, 1846, in Missouri. He is the son of Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda M. Allen (1812-1863) In 1847, he moved with his family to current day Denton County Texas. Here he married Henrietta Hunter (1846-1891) in 1867. They had 11 children, 5 sons, and 5 daughters, and one child who died in childbirth and the gender is not known. James owned a large farm in Peter’s Colony. He died on February 25.1915, at the age of 68.

Henrietta Hunter, wife of my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on July 10, 1846, in Henderson County, Texas. She is the daughter of Henry Hunter (1809-1847) and Martha Murray (1811-1890). She married James Wilson Medlin (1846-1915) in 1867. They had 11 children, 5 sons, and 5 daughters, and one child who died in childbirth and the gender is not known. She died on April 20,1891, at the age of 44.
Christopher Columbus Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on September 23, 1855, in Peters Colony, Denton County, Texas. He is the son of Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda M. Allen (1812-1863). He married Nancy Catherine White (1858-1944) on August 22, 1873. Nancy was the younger sister of William Owen Medlin’s wife Amanda. They had 5 children, 3 sons, and 2 daughters. He died on March 10, 1885, at the age of 29. His wife is not buried in the Medlin Cemetery.

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Medlin Cemetery ~ Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas ~ Part 2

pic TATCMedlin Cemetery is located in the town of Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas. Most of the stones in this cemetery have been well cared for and so has the grounds. I have decided to feature this cemetery because I have several ancestors that are buried here.

In all, I believe there are about 15 Medlin and Allen ancestors buried here. In 1847 my 4th Great Grandmother, Permelia Loving Allen led a large group of family to the area So for the next few weeks I will be displaying the headstone (if there is one) and writing a short biography of each one.

Medlin Cemetery

 

 

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Charles Simpson Medlin, the husband of my 4th Great Aunt, was born on June 29, 1807, in Pendleton District, South Carolina. I do not know who his parents were. In 1826 he moved to Tennessee. In 1827 he married Matilda M. Allen (1812-1863) in Bedford County, Tennessee. They had 14 children, 9 daughters and 3 sons, and 2 children who died at birth, and their gender is not known. They moved to Missouri in 1828 along with Matilda’s family. In 1847, he moved his family, along with his wife’s family to current day Denton County Texas. He was granted 620 acres of land in the Peters Colony. He named his portion of land “Medlin’s Settlement”. Charles donated the land for this cemetery to the community. He died on May 4, 1864, at the age of 56.

Matilda Allen Medlin 1812-1863Matilda Allen, my 4th Great Aunt, was born on November 12, 1812, in Bedford, Tennessee. She was the 8th of 10 children born to Thomas J. Allen (1768-1843) and Permelia Loving (1774-1866). In 1827 she married Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) in Bedford County, Tennessee. They had 14 children, 9 daughters and 3 sons, and 2 children who died at birth, and their gender is not known. They moved to Missouri in 1828 along with her family. In 1847, they moved, along with Matilda’s mother, to current day Denton County Texas. She died on October 28, 1863, at the age of 50.

Ruthis A Medlin 1832-1851Ruthie A. Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on June 30, 1832, in Moniteau County, Missouri. She was the 3rd of 14 children born to Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda A. Allen (1812-1863). In 1847, she moved along with her parents to current day Denton County Texas. She died on December 22, 1851, at the age of 19.

Sarah Mirah Medlin 1836-1867Sarah Mirah Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on September 1, 1836, in Cole County, Missouri. She was the 5th of 14 children born to Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda A. Allen (1812-1863). In 1847, she moved along with her parents to current day Denton County Texas. She never got married. She died on July 9, 1867, at the age of 30.

Susan Medlin 1843-1866Susan Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born on June 30, 1832, in Cole County, Missouri. She was the 8th of 14 children born to Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda A. Allen (1812-1863). In 1847, she moved along with her parents to current day Denton County Texas. She never got married. She died on September 8, 1866, at the age of 23.

 

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Medlin Cemetery ~ Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas

pic TATCMedlin Cemetery is located in the town of Trophy Club, Denton County, Texas. Most of the stones in this cemetery have been well cared for and so has the grounds. I have decided to feature this cemetery because I have several ancestors that are buried here.

In all, I believe there are about 15 Medlin and Allen ancestors buried here. In 1847 my 4th Great Grandmother, Permelia Loving Allen led a large group of family to the area So for the next few weeks I will be displaying the headstone (if there is one) and writing a short biography of each one.

Medlin Cemetery

 

 

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Permelia Ann “Mitty” Medlin, my 1st cousin 4 times removed, was born in Boonesboro, Cole County, Missouri on October 27, 1828. She was first of fourteen children born to Charles Simpson Medlin (1807-1864) and Matilda Allen (1812-1863).Permalia Ann Mitty Medlin 1828-1850 She moved with her family in 1847, to Denton County, Texas. She never got married and she never had any children. She was in fact the first person to be buried in the Medlin Cemetery. The land was donated to the county by her parents. This is why there is not only a headstone but there is a statue of her declaring the name of the cemetery.

Thomas J Allen 1801-1852Thomas J. Allen Jr, my 4th Great Uncle, was born on March 22, 1801, in North Carolina. He is the third of ten children born to Thomas J. Allen Sr (1768-1843) and Permelia Loving (1774-1866). In 1806 his family moved to Tennessee. In 1825 she married Ruth Medlin (1805-1865) in Bedford County, Tennessee. They had 8 children, 4 daughters, and 4 sons. They moved to Missouri in 1832. Thomas was a farmer and owned 400 acres of land in Monteau County, near his parents. In 1847, he once again moved along with his widowed mother to current day Denton County Texas. He was granted 620 acres of land in the Peters Colony. He died on March 22, 1852, at the age of 51.

Ruth Medlin Allen 1805-1865 m Thomas Allen JrRuth Medlin, the wife of my 4th Great Uncle, was born on November 10, 1805, in South Carolina. Her parents are unknown at this time. In 1825, she married Thomas J. Allen Jr (1801-1852) in Bedford County, Tennessee. They had 8 children, 4 daughters, and 4 sons. They moved to Missouri in 1832. In 1847, they once again moved along with her widowed mother-in-law to current day Denton County Texas. The family settled in the Peters Colony. She died on August 20, 1865, at the age of 59.

find a graveRichard Franklin Allen, my 4th Great Uncle, was born in 1810 in North Carolina. He is the seventh of ten children born to Thomas J. Allen Sr (1768-1843) and Permelia Loving (1774-1866). In 1806, his family moved to Tennessee. In 1829, he married Rosalinda Brown (1812-1880) in Bedford County, Tennessee. They had 5 children, 2 daughters, and 3 sons. They moved to Missouri in 1832. In 1847, they once again moved along with his widowed mother to current day Denton County Texas. The family settled in the Peters Colony where he was granted a 640-acre tract of land. Richard once helped his nephew Hall Medlin after he was gored by a buffalo and carried into town. Richard cleansed his bowels and closed the wound. Hall recovered in plenty of time to join the Forty-Niners. Richard died in 1851, in Tarrant County, Texas at the age of 41. He is buried in the Medlin Cemetery, but he has no headstone.

 

 

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Post Oak Cemetery, Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri

pic TATCWarsaw, Missouri is located 106 miles Southeast of Kansas City, Missouri. It is a small rural community that is bordered on 3 sides by rivers and lakes. The current population is a little over 2000 residents and it has a total of 12 cemeteries. Most are small and 3 are family only ones. The Post Oak Cemetery is where my 2 times great-grandfather, George Hershel Hughes is buried.

Post Oak Cemetery

 
George H HughesGeorge Hershel Hughes was born on February 22, 1792, in Caroline County, Virginia. He is the only proven child of James Hughes (1764-1804) and Rachel Pennington (1852-1820). He married Jane Hale (1788-1822) on February 21, 1810, in Franklin County, Virginia. They had one son. George enlisted in the Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry at Newport, Tennessee in 1812. After the war, the family moved to Parrottsville, Tennessee. In 1822 Jane died giving birth to a second child. He then married Catherine Parrott (1799-1864) in 1825. They had 6 children. 4 sons, and 2 daughters. In 1832 George and his family moved to Pettis County, Missouri, and he is considered to be one of the first settlers to move to this County. Here he purchased 120 acres of land. By 1845 he was appointed as a Judge in the County. They then moved to Warsaw, Benton County, Missouri in 1850. He died on December 3, 1859, at the age of 67, and was buried in the Post Oak Cemetery.

 

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Thursday at the Cemetery ~ Hickory Creek Cemetery ~ Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee ~ Finale

pic TATCHickory Creek Cemetery is also known as Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery. It is located outside the town of Knoxville, Tennessee in Knox County. Most of the stones in this cemetery have been well cared for and so has the grounds. I have decided to feature this cemetery because I have several ancestors that are buried here. The first one is also the most “famous” of them all Colonel Joseph Hardin.

In all, I believe there are about 20 Hardins buried here that are Hickory Creek Cemetery #3ancestors of mine. So for the next few weeks, I will be displaying the headstone (if there is one) and writing a short biography of each one. This is the final installment for this Cemetery.

 
Amanda E. King Hardin 1827-1879Amanda E. King, wife of my first cousin 4 times removed, was born on May 13, 1827, in Knoxville, Tennessee. I have no information on her parents. She married Robert W. Hardin (1822-1898) on January 25, 1844, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She and Robert had 6 children, 2 sons, and 4 daughters. 2 of their children died while young. She died on July 25, 1879, in Knoxville at the age of 52. Her husband Robert died and was buried in Steptoe, Washington.

Nancy G Hardin 1857-1859Nancy G.Hardin, my 2nd cousin 3 times removed, was born on July 22, 1857, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is the 2nd daughter born to Robert W. Hardin (1822-1898) and Amanda E. King (1827-1879). She died on October 11, 1856, at the age of 2.

 

 

Robert J Hardin 1863-1865Robert J. Hardin, my 2nd cousin 3 times removed, was born on September 14, 1863, in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is the 3rd child born to Robert W. Hardin (1822-1898) and Amanda E. King (1827-1879). He died on June 25, 1865, at the age of 19 months.

 

 

Amos Hardin II, my first cousin 4 times removed, was born on July 2, 1816, in Knoxville, Tennessee. He is the 7th of 11 children born to Reverend Amos Hardin Sr (1780-1840) and Mary Gallagher (1774-1845). He married Lettitia R. Montgomery on October 6, 1842, in Knoxville, Tennessee. They had 5 children, 1 son, and 4 daughters. Their son died at birth. Amos was a farmer. He died on November 6, 1853, in Knoxville at the age of 37.

Amos & Letitia Hardin 1816-1853 & 1819-1861

Lettitia R. Montgomery, wife my first cousin 4 times removed, was born on December 18, 1819, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is the daughter of James Montgomery (1740-1841) and Sarah Love (1784-1828). She married Amos Hardin II on October 6, 1842, in Knoxville, Tennessee. They had 5 children, 1 son, and 4 daughters. Their son died at birth. She died on April 20, 1861, in Knoxville at the age of 41.

 

Son of Hardin 1843Infant Son of Hardin, my 2nd cousin 3 times removed, was born and died on September 1, 1843. He is the only son of Amos Hardin II (1816-1853) and Lettitia R. Montgomery (1819-1861).

 

 

 

 

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