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Note for:   Mary Jane Lewis,   ABT 1838 - 1907         Index

Resided in Rich Hill, North Carolina. Federal Census 1860 - Ashe County: Dwelling #490

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Note for:   Hannah Mahala,    -          Index

Note: Hannah had three of the 17 children born to Gideon Lewis, Jr. Exactly which three is not known at this time.

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Note for:   Lucinda McQueen,   22 FEB 1823 - 11 OCT 1860         Index

BIRTH-DEATH: Information provided by Archie B. Blevins, Clinton, TN. 1979; Extracted from a lifetime genealogical collection of the Lewis, Blevins, and Parker families orginating from Ashe County, NC.

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Note for:   Matilda P. Campbell,   ABT 1811 - 23 JUL 1883         Index

BIRTH-DEATH: Information furnished by Archie B. Blevins, Clinton, TN. 1979.

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Note for:   Annie Osborne,   1810 -          Index

James and Ann had eleven children before her death.

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Note for:   Emmeline (Cook) Taylor,    -          Index

She was the widow of JohnTaylor of Ashe County.

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Note for:   Washington Finley,   1810 -          Index

BIRTH: According to US Census of 1850, Grayson County, VA.

CHILDREN: US Census of 1850, Grayson County, VA. Also Roop Family History; by Phyllis G. Roop; Galax, VA.

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Note for:   Gideon Lewis,   ABT APR 1730 - ABT 1801         Index

Gideon Lewis is the one we believe to be the progenator of our Lewis clan. We are reasonably certain that he is the father of our Captain Gideon Lewis, Jr., veteran of the war of 1812 and resident of the same county. For more information see "Facts Concerning Gideon Lewis, Sr" from the home page menu.

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Note for:   Isaac Weaver,   ABT 1780 - 13 JAN 1855         Index

BIOGRAPHY: Extracted from "The Weaver Family of New Kent County, Virginia and the New River Valley, 1600-1990."; Vol. 1 page 105; Copyright 1990; by Jeffery C. Weaver, Arlington, VA.

Military: Served in the War of 1812. Applied for Bounty Land under in Act of 1850.

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Note for:   Jane Lewis,   ABT 1784 - ABT 1855         Index

BIOGRAPHY: Extracted from "The Weaver Family of New Kent County, Virginia and the New River Valley, 1600-1990."; Vol. 1 page 105; Copyright 1990; by Jeffery C. Weaver, Arlington, VA.

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Note for:   William Weaver,   23 APR 1802 -          Index

BIOGRAPHY: Extracted from "The Weaver Family of New Kent County, Virginia and the New River Valley, 1600-1990."; Vol. 1 page 105; Copyright 1990; by Jeffery C. Weaver, Arlington, VA.

Note: According to Mrs. Willie Mae Cox of Piney Creek, NC. this William Weaver was called "William the Scoundrel" because he is supposed to have sold his Ashe County land, taken another woman named Lindy Pardue, and left the county, leaving his family destitute. He supposedly settled with this new woman around Bristol, Tennessee. There are three children listed but there may have been others.

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Note for:   Nancy Weaver,   ABT 1804 - 1885         Index

BIRTH-DEATH: Extracted from "The Weaver Family of New Kent County, Virginia and New River Valley, 1600-1990." Vol. 1 page 106, by Jeffery C. Weaver, Arlington, VA.