TENNESSEE - Chronology - A - M

Billie Harris - Aug 5, 2008

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was formed 1801 from Knox County.
Counties bordering it are:   Campbell, Scott, Morgan, Roane, Knox, Union and Campbell

See Jackson County, Alabama, Pope and Independence counties, Arkansas, for more on these families

Anderson County Wills shows:
A. G. Luallen, Alexander, Ann, Betsy, Charles, Charles M. Daniel, Elizabeth, Freeman, Jane, Jesse, Louisa, Milly, Parmidda, Richard, Richard B. Samuel C. Samuel S.

1808 - Surveyed for Joseph Hatfield, 106 3/4 acres of land in Anderson Co on
Brimstone, one of the branches of New River.     James Scott D.S.
James Reed & William Smith S.C.C." Recorded 8 Sep 1808"   (See Kentucky before; Joseph Hatfield was from Virginia originally as was his wife, Rachel Smith.)

1810 - Restructured census shows John Lewallen and Richard Lewallen

1812 - ca Polly Luallen, dau of John, was born.   She m Alfred Daniel. Polly & Alfred were living in IL in 1840   (Children of John given in Deed Book K-1, PP 190-194, Oct 2, 1840

1815 -ca Jane Luallen, dau of John, was born.   She m Arthur W Herrel.

1817 - Wiley Luallen was witness to transfer of land receipt to Anderson Luallen.   (See 1821 Morgan County where Anderson deeded land on Wolf Creek to Andrew Lewallen)

1818 - ca Elizabeth H Luallen, dau of John, was born.   She m Calvin M Slover

1818 - Richard Luallen (born 1763 Prince Edward County, VA), m. Parazeda Vowell from postings on the internet.   He died 1833 leaving minor children surviving him.

1820 - ca John Luallen, son of John, was b.   He m Elizabeth I Bailey

1825 - ca Charles Luallen, son of John, was b. Charles was a minor when his father died & John Leinart and his mother Nancy Luallen became his guardian  

1829 - Richard Lewallen's Revolutionary War pension file; on 8 April 1833 in Anderson County, Tennessee, Richard gave oath to William McKamy, an acting Justice of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for Anderson County,   "he was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, in the year 1763 according to the best information he can get on the subject,   the month and day he is not certain of.   He has no record of his age."   signed Richard "x" Lewallen.   This was part of an amended declaration for pension filed on 29 August 1829.   (From Sue Cooper)  

1830 Census shows:
     CHARLES LUALLEN –  1 male under 5; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 30-40 (born 1790-1800); 1 female 20-30 (onpage 183 of census with Benjamin Weaver, Mary Edwards, Millakin, Henry Taylor, Churchwell Jackson
     PATTON LUALLEN, 2 males under 5; 2 males 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 30-40 (born 1790-1800); 1 female 20-30 (on page 181 of census, with Catherine Cavele, Anderson Gentry, James Wallace, Edmond Warrick)  
           (NOTE:   This would be Peyton and Jemima (Smith) and they
           moved to Missouri prior to 1840 - see notation under 1832.   His cemetery
           marker is in Decatur, Iowa, which borders Mercer County MO.   He was born 1797)
     JOHN LEWALLEN   - 2 males 5-10 years, 1 male 40-50 (born 1780-90); 1 female under 5, 1 female 10-15; 2 females 15-20, 1 female 30-40 (on page 175 of census, as was Richard, following.   Neighbors included Wm Martin, Michael Clardy, Wm. Severs, Edwards, Vowell (note Richard's 3rd wife was a Vowell)   Webb, Huckabee, Millican, Smith, Lenard
     RICHARD LUALLEN, 2 males under 5; 1 male 5-10, 1 male 15-20, 1 male 20-30; 1 male 60-70 (born 1760-70); 1 female under 5; 1 female 5-10; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 20-30; 1 female 30-40 ( on page 175 of census with John above)
       (NOTE:   Richard died 1833 and left minor children - see 1838.   Richard's
         wife was Parazada Vowell.   According to one posting on the internet, a
         Polly Luallen married a John Vowell in the early 1800's in Anderson County.
         and an Elizabeth Luallen Tipton left Polly money in 1870 but Polly had
         died by that time.   The only Vowell showing in the 1830 census for
         Anderson was Thomas Vowell age 40-50)  
             ALSO NOTE:   Richard was from Prince Edward County, Virginia.   Per posting on internet by Gloria Burris:   Lewallen, Richard (b 1763 Prince Edward Co, VA & d May 8, 1833 prob. Anderson Co.) Lived Prince Edward Co, VA during the war. Entered the service as Pvt. 1781. Service-VA Line. Age 71-1832 pension list-Anderson Co, TN; 1834 P. L.W. m 1st 1773 Norfolk Co, VA to Grace Stokley, (WRONG...the Richard of Norfolk who married Grace Stokeley died 1802...bh) m 2nd June 1, 1818 Anderson Co, TN to Parazeda Vowell. Children: John, Samuel, Richard, Charles, Betsy married Samuel Moore, Polly married Jesse Patton, Susannah married James Kirkpatrick, Milly, Ann, Alexander, Nancy, Daniel, Jesse, Louise, & Freeman

1830 - June 6, Mary Ann Lewallen born (daughter of Patton/Peyton)
     Info on her:   " Died at her home in Eden Township, three miles northeast of Davis City, Iowa, on November 8, 1899, Mary Ann Cox, who was born in Anderson County, Tennessee, June 6, 1830, and was reared by her parents to womanhood. She then moved with her parents to Mercer County, Missouri, she was united in marriage to Absalom W. Cox in the year of 1855, and from there they moved to Decatur County, Iowa, where she had been a resident ever since.
     Sister Cox was the mother of 7 children, 3 girls and 4 boys. Her husband and one boy preceded her to the grave, the rest of the children all being present at the funeral. Brother A.W. Cox was widely known as a minister of the gospel and died August 30, 1893. Sister Cox united in 1855 with the Bethel Baptist Church of which she has been a faithful member ever since.
     Her death came suddenly last Tuesday morning while her son Frank and family were out to the milk yard. When they returned to the house they found her lying on the floor with life almost extinguished.
     The funeral services were held at the Bethel Baptist Church by Reverend Harry Bennett, after which her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place. The sorrowing friends and relatives have the sympathy of their many friends.
(Posted in Decatur County Journal-Iowa November 16, 1899)
NOTE:   From the entry of 1832, Mary Anne Lewallen Cox (Mrs. Absolom Cox)   was the sister of   ELIZABETH TIPTON, DANIEL LEWALLEN, FREEMAN LEWALLEN, JOHN LEWALLEN, SARAH PATTON, POLLY VOWELL, CYNTHA LEWALLEN AND PEYTON LEWALLEN.   See History of Oregon where it mentions:   "... The mother of William Lieuallen died there in 1859 and some time afterward the father went to make his home with a daughter, Mrs. Absalom Cox of DeKalb county, where he passed away..."   (note:   see jackson County, Alabama and then see Pope and Independence counties, Arkansas)

1830 -       Died at her home in Eden Township, three miles northeast of Davis City, Iowa, on November 8, 1899, Mary Ann Cox, who was born in Anderson County, Tennessee, June 6, 1830, and was reared by her parents to womanhood. She then moved with her parents to Mercer County, Missouri, she was united in marriage to Absalom W. Cox in the year of 1855, and from there they moved to Decatur County, Iowa, where she had been a resident ever since.
   Sister Cox was the mother of 7 children, 3 girls and 4 boys. Her husband and one boy preceded her to the grave, the rest of the children all being present at the funeral. Brother A.W. Cox was widely known as a minister of the gospel and died August 30, 1893. Sister Cox united in 1855 with the Bethel Baptist Church of which she has been a faithful member ever since.
   Her death came suddenly last Tuesday morning while her son Frank and family were out to the milk yard. When they returned to the house they found her lying on the floor with life almost extinguished.
   The funeral services were held at the Bethel Baptist Church by Reverend Harry Bennett, after which her remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place. The sorrowing friends and relatives have the sympathy of their many friends.
   Posted in Decatur County Journal-Iowa November 16, 1899

1832 - William Lieuallen born August 7, son of Peyton and Jemima Smith Lieuallen.   When a small boy, William and his family moved to St. Joe, Missouri, then to Mercer County, Missouri.   From "History of Oregon":
         The following information was taken from “History of Oregon:
“James P. Lieuallen.
         “A most prominent and progressive farmer of Umatilla county, residing on section twenty-six, range thirty-five, township four, post office Weston, is James P. Lieuallen, who was born on this farm on the 12th of March, 1867, a son of William and Margaret (Fuson) Lieuallen.   William Lieuallen was born in Anderson county, Tennessee, August 7, 1832, a son of PAYTON and Jemima (Smith) LIEUALLEN.   When a small boy William Lieuallen left Tennessee with his parents, who settled near St. Joe, Missouri, but later removed to Mercer county, Missouri, where his father took up homestead on which he built a log house.   The mother of William Lieuallen died there in 1859 and some time afterward the father went to make his home with a daughter, Mrs. Absalom Cox of DeKalb county, where he passed away.   Throughout his life Payton Lieuallen had been a staunch supporter of the democratic party and firmly believed in the principles of that party as factors in good government.   William Lieuallen assisted his father on the farm in Missouri until 1864, when he married to Miss Margaret J. Fuson, and on April 15, the day after his marriage, he and his bride started for the west as members of an emigrant train.   Many of their fellow travelers met their death on this journey but Mr. and Mrs. Lieuallen came through unscratched.   The journey was made by way of Omaha, up the North Platte river, over the rockies by way of the Landers cutoff and down the Snake river, until they reached what is known as Weston.   Here William Lieuallen took up a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres of wild land, on which he built a log house, making his home here for some time.   Here he took a prominent part in community affairs and served the public as justice of the peace for some time.   He subsequently bought one-half section of railroad land up Pine creek for a stock ranch, and in 1899 he and his wife removed to Weston, where they bought a nice home.   At the time of his demise, march 27,1 908, he was held in high esteem in the community, being readily recognized as one of Weston’s representative citizens.   William Lieuallen also gave his allegiance to the democratic party and his fraternal   affiliations were with the Mason.s   He had been a consistent member of the Baptist church throughout his life, for he had joined that church in 1859, having been reared in that faith since childhood.   The wife of William Lieuallen was a native of Knox county, Kentucky, whose father died in that county, and later Mrs. Lieuallen sent for her mother to come to her home in Weston, and it was while residing with her daughter that Mrs. Fuson’s death occurred.   Three children were born to that union:   Thomas A.; James P. whose name initiates this review; and John W., now deceased.
         “The boyhood of James P. Lieuallen was spent on the old home farm, on which he is now residing, and he received his education in the school of Weston.   Upon putting his textbooks aside he assisted his father with the farm work, continuing in this connection until his father’s death, at which time he fell heir to one-half of his father’s farm land, Thomas B. being the recipient of the other half.   In agricultural circles, Mr. Lieuallen is widely known as being most successful and progressive and he is in possession of two hundred and forty acres of farm land and has three hundred and fifteen acres in pasturage in addition to much range land.   On his ranch he runs large numbers of cattle, specializing in the Hereford breed.
         “In 1893 Mr. Lieuallen was united in marriage to Miss Eva G. Logan, a daughter of Miles and Mary Logan, and a native of mcCune, Kansas.   Mrs. Lieuallen came west with her mother, her father having died as the result of wounds received in the Civil War.   Mr. Logan entered the service in 1862 and served two years, when he was honorably discharged on account of ill health.   To the union of Mr. and Mrs. Lieuallen ten children have been born:   Roy, Lena, Mabel, James, Geneva, Lois, Thomas, Harlon, Herman and Georgia.
         “Since age conferred upon Mr. Lieuallen the right of franchise he has been a stanch supporter o the democratic party, in the interests in which he has always taken an active part.   He is fraternally affiliated with the Knights of Pythias, knights of Khorassan, and the Woodmen of the World, and in connection with his stock raising interests, he is a member as well as president of the Stock Association of Wenaha, and at Walla Walla.   He is also president of the association in Weston, which he has served in that capacity since its organization four years ago.”

NOTE:   Payton was born 1798 Virginia.   His children were: ELIZABETH TIPTON, DANIEL LEWALLEN, FREEMAN LEWALLEN, JOHN LEWALLEN, SARAH PATTON, POLLY VOWELL, CYNTHA LEWALLEN AND PEYTON LEWALLEN.   This information comes from a probate of his sister, Elizabeth Tipton.   She married William Tipton and apparently they never had children.

1832 - F.C. Lewallen, born February 29,   died February 12, 1900.   He was the son of Samuel S. Llewellyn (1805-1870) and Katherine (1809-1883)

1833 - Per his Revolutionary War records, Richard Lewallen/Luallen died.   He had owned 200 acres on Cane Creek which he received from being in the War.   He was born 1763 in Prince Edward County, Virginia where he served in the militia. Rev. War Pension File National Archives, Washington, D C.   His estate settlement shows he had dealings in Knox County.  
Pension file shows Richard Lewallen   - Anderson -   A.K.A. LUALLEN. Private, Virginia Line, $20.00 Annual Allowance $43.56 Amount Received June 26 1833 Pension Started Age 71 Died May 8 1833 (1835 Tn Pension Roll) Born 1763 in Prince Edward County, Virginia where he served in the militia, died 1844, Anderson County, TN (Rev War Pension File, Snyder E. Roberts' Revolutionary War Soldiers of Anderson County Tennessee

1833 - Longview Baptist Church records:   John Luallen, his wife, Nancy, & daughter, Elizabeth H were received into the Arm of Zion by experience, Nov 1833. They became charter members when the church was instituted in 1834.   When clerk Aaron Baxter was excluded, the church elected John Luallen to take his place. John served as the first clerk after the church was formally instituted in 1834. He was also treasurer in 1836.   In Sept of 1836, John Luallen & his family prepared to move from their Anderson Co home. John & his wife & dau applied for dismission letters from the church. Before they were able to move, John Luallen became ill. He died on Jan 6, 1839.   In April 1839, Nancy Luallen & her daughter, Elizabeth returned their membership to the church. They remained members for several years. Nancy Luallen died in March 1846.   It is not known, where John & Nancy Luallen are buried; however many years after their death, the church held a meeting at "Luallen Graveyard.

1834 - A History of the Longfield Baptist Church (1831-1981 by Edith Wilson Hutton).   Sketch of John Luallen on pages 339-341 who was the first clerk of the church in 1834.   He was the second son of Richard Luallen and Grace Stockly.   Richard had served in the Revolution (Cert. W26211, Nat'l Archives) in the army of Virginia in 1781, participating in the Battle of Yorktown.   Richard is said to have had two brothers, John and William who arrived with him in Pennsylvania and moved in different directions after the war.   John Luallen (born c 1790, died Jan. 6, 1838( and his wife Nancy (died Mar. 1846) with their daughter Elizabeth H. joined the church and were founding members in 1834.   The five children appear in Anderson Co. TN deed records.   Elizabeth married Calvin M. Slover in 1843. (Courtesy of Mrs. Julia Freels Chwalik and Joseph Jones)   NOTE:   The Richard who married Grace Stockley died in Prince Edward County so this is obviously wrong.

1838 -
I,   Enoch Foster Guardian of ALEXANDER M. LUALLEN, NANCY LEWALLEN, DANIEL LEWALLEN, JESSE LUALLEN, LOUISA LEWALLEN, & FREEMAN LEWALLEN, minor heirs of RICHARD LEWALLEN deceased do hereby report to your worship on account of all the Estate of said Minor Heirs of said which has come to my hand or possessions of Guardian (to wit)
Received of CHARLES LEWALLEN administrator of the Estate of Richard Lewallen deceased in promissory Notes payable to Myself as Guardian as aforesaid on different individuals Made Same by Security as I believe to be the amount. $1110.18
Sworn to in Open Court
William Cross, Clk
Enoch Foster

1839 - John Lewallen Sr.   died   January 6.   Hie was born ca 1790 Prince William County and his wife was Nancy ? who died March 18,1846 in Anderson County.   It's been written that he was the first son of Richard Lewallen from Prince Edward County, but nothing to substantiate it.

1840 - Recorded Anderson Co, TN, Deed Book K-1 P 180, Sept 20, 1840, re John Lewallen.
Each Luallen child received 40A from division of John Luallen's estate.   Elizabeth, Jane, Charles by gdn John Leinard, John & Nancy widow of John decd, all heirs at lw of John decd to James Ross. All of Anderson Co except Polly Daniel; $200; women all signed with X.Deed Book K-1, PP 186-187, Oct 2, 1840. Polly & Alfred 40A to Elizabeth Luallen.
Recorded Anderson Co, TN: Deed Book K 1-P 188; Jane, Charles, John, Nancy to Elizabeth.
Recorded Anderson Co, TN: Deed Book K-1 P 157, Nov 4, 1840. Polly Luallen, form, Polly Luallen & Alfred Daniel heir of John Luallen, decd, both of Cass Co, IL, & Charles Luallen by gdn John Leinard, Anderson Co, TN; land in Anderson Co, TN; Dist 5; Charles has interest after death of Nancy Luallen, widow of John Luallen, decd. John Wilson, JP of Cass Co, IL, wit, acknowledgements.
Deed Book K-1, P 184 Polly Luallen, Alfred Daniel to James Ross.
Deed Book K-1, P 190 Polly Luallen Daniel & Alfred Daniel to Jane Lewallen.
Deed Book K-1, P 195 Polly Luallen Daniel & Alfred Daniel to John Lewallen.

1840 - In this year a FREEMAN, DANIEL, CHARLES and JOHN LUALLEN had are found in Jackson County, Alabama   (See 1830 entry for Anderson County, TN above.), however, Charles is shown in the 1850 census below.   Question:   Are these the same as the Anderson County individuals, or are they from other Lewallens?   Check out the following re 1840 census for Anderson County:

1840 - Census shows:
   Charles Luallen age 40-50 (1790-1800), female age 30-40 and children.   Neighbors:   Smith, Miller, Duncan,
   John Luallen, age 30-40, female age 20-30.   Neighbors:   Millican, Fowler, Kirkpatrick, Wade, Rector
   Parasida Luallen     male- 0-5- 2       - 5-1       10-15- 1         15-20- 1 male aged 20-30;
one female aged 5-10, two females 10-15, one female 40-50 (1790-1800)   NOTE:   Parasida would be Parasida Vowell Luallen, wife of Richard Lewallen born 1763 and died 1833.   Neighbors were Miller, Webb, Henderson, Wallace
     Payton Luallen   (age 40-50 - born 1790-1800), wife age 30-40, and children.   Neighbors were Miller, Webb, Henderson, Wallace
     S.S. Luallen, one male 30-40, two females age 30-40 and children.   Neighbors:   Edmundson, Wallace, Miles, Rhea, Mabry

1843 -

1846 - Nancy Lewallen, wife of John Lewallen, deceased, died.   See above.

1849 - SCOTT COUNTY formed from Anderson, Fentress and Morgan counties

1850 - Census shows:  

   Household #489 –  LUALLEN, Paraseda 45 (1805) Tenn; Sarah 21 Tenn; Louisa 20; Freeman 17, Hardy 12, John W 11, James W. 2   (Note:   Parasida was younger than she was in the 1840 census.   She was the widow of Richard Luallen)
     Household #789 –  LUALLEN, Golphin M. 21, Tenn; Fannie 22 Tenn; Nancy Ann 3/12
   Household 995 –  LUALLEN Susan 32 Tenn.; Cicero J. 13; William M. 10; Elizabeth 8; Alexander K 6; Samuel S. 2
   Household #1021 –  LUALLEN, Samuel L. 42 Tenn; Katherine, Francis C 18; Margaret A. 13, Katherine J. 8, Isabel 6, not named 2   (SEE INFO in 1854, also 1832)
         Household ____ - Charles Luallen 56 (1794) Tennessee,   Charles Luallen- 8 (1842), Mary 11, Milly 14, Richard 17, Susannah 6.   (No wife)
   (Note:   Per Bill Crawford, by 1860, Charles ( b. abt 1842), Susan, and Richard were living in the Weaver household in St. Francis, Arkansas.   Then in 1870 St. Francis, Ark, Charles (b 1842), Perneey Luallen and Charles age 1 were living in the Hardee household in St. Francis County.   Charles Luallen died in St. Francis County, Arkansas, and records show he was a widower when he died 1860.

1850 - Census shows Samuel Burge in Subdivision 16 as age 27 born TN, wife Mary 25 and William 5.   (See Campbell County 1844 when Samuel Burge married Polly L. Luallen.)

1854 -   NOTE:   The following would be FRANCIS C. LEWALLEN and was taken from Tennessee Baptist Preachers.
   " F. C. Lewallen, born February 29, 1832; died February 12, 1900:
`The light has gone out of the home,
And all is dark and drear;
The children now are sad and lone,
No father's love to share.
   (Inscription on tombstone here in Bethel Cemetery, near Clinton.)" So runs the "notebook" record.
   Brother Lewallen was of Welsh descent. His father was Samuel S. Llewellyn, born in 1805, dying in 1870; his mother was Katharine Llewellyn, born in 1809, dying in 1883. .In 1854 F. C. Lewallen was married to Miss Margaret Ann Smith, daughter of William and Cynthia Smith. Young Lewallen was brought up on a farm, with fair educational advantages, and in his younger manhood taught school for a livelihood and to improve his education. He made a public profession of faith in Christ and united with Bethel Church, Anderson County, September 8, 1866. Four years later his church, approving his gifts, "liberated him" to preach the gospel. The larger part of his ministerial life was spent in Anderson County, and mostly in his home community, where he was born and reared. He was pastor of Clinton Church from June 15, 1873, to October 15, 1877. He was a "strong preacher and an able defender of the faith; he ranked among the strong preachers and able leaders of the Clinton Association, and served many of her best churches as pastor." Brother Lewallen had only three children, a son and two daughters. His beloved companion preceded him to the better land just a year. He is survived by his son, Brother W. S. Lewallen, of Clinton, and a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Rutherford, wife of the Baptist pastor at Williamsburg, Ky. He was living with his daughter at the time of his death. "He was a kind and gentle spirit and every one loved him. He left an untarnished record as a Christian man and a gospel minister. The end came peacefully, and he went away to receive the reward of those who are wise and, by God's help, turn many to righteousness."

1860 - Census shows
Parazidia Lewallen age 62, Louisa 27, Sally 30, Hardy 24, John 20

1869 - John Lewallen died September 25.   He was born ca 1820 in Anderson County.   His wife was Elizabeth Bailey

1870 - Census shows in District 3:   Francis C. Louallen 38 born TN, Margaret A. 42, Mary E. 14, William S. 10, and Martha J. 4

1878 - Jesse Luallen (born 1837) died.   He was the son of Richard Luallen and Parazada Vowel (per tombstone)  

1882 - Naoma Florence Lualen died.   She was born 1866

1884 - Susan Luallen died.   She was bon 1811

1885 - Sarah Leinhart Lewallen died.   She was born 1835

1891 - Smallwood Lewallen married Sarah Murray Aug 23

1900 - F. C. Lewallen died (son of Samuel S. Llewellyn and grandson of Richard Lewallen of Prince Edward County, Virginia and Anderson County, Tennessee)
   "F. C. Lewallen b. 29 February 1832, d. 12 February 1900.
   "Brother Lewallen was of Welsh descent.   His father was Samuel S. Llewellyn, born in 1805, dying in 1870; his mother was katherine Llewellyn born in 1809, dying in 1883.
   "In 1854 F. C. Lewallen was married to Miss Margaret Ann Smith, daughter of William and Cynthia Smith.
   "Young Lewallen was brought up on a farm, with fair educationaal advantages, and in his younger manhood taught school for a livelihood and to improve his education.   He made a public profession of faith in Christ and united with Bethel Church, Anderson County (Tennessee) 8 September 1866.   Four years later his chuch, approving his gifts, "liberated him" to preach the gospel.   The larger part of his ministerial life was spent in Anderson County, and mostly in his home community, where hw as born and reared.
   "he was pastor of clinton Church from 15 June 1873 to 15 October 1877.   He was a strong preacher and an able defender of the faith; re ranked among the strong preachers and able leaders of the Clinton Association, and served many of her best churches as pastor.'
   "Brother Lewallen had only three children, a son and two daughters.   His beloved companion preceded him to the better land just a year.   He is survived by his son, Brother W. W. Lewallen of Clinton, and a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Rutherford, wife of the Baptist pastor of Williamsburg, Kentucky.   He was living with his daughter at the time of his deaht - Sketches of Tennessee's Baptist Pioneer Preachers, J. J. Burnett, D.D.   First Series (Nashville Press of Marshall & Bruce Company, 1919) pages 331-32.
   "(the Reverend F. C. Lewallen was Francis Calloway Lewallen, son of Samuel Smith and Kathrine (Leinhart) Lewallen.   The birth and death information given in the above obituary agrees with records given in an application for membership in DAR based upon service in the american Revolution of the Reverend Lewallen's grandfather, Richard Lewallen, who was living in Prince Edward county, Virginia, at the time of the Revolution, and who died in Anderson County, Tennessee.
   "Francis Calloway Lewallen is buried in Bethel Cemetery, Clinton, Anderson County, Tennessee.)
TAKEN FROM Llewellyn Traces, September 1990

1906 - R. L. Lualen died.   R.L. was born 1855

1910 - Census shows:
Smal Lewallen(38) B Tn. Tn. Tn. Coal miner
Emme (29)
Virgil (14) Tn.
Maynard (13) Tn
Dewry (11) Tn

1916 - Edna Mable Lewallen married Hurd Lonas Tarr 9 Nov

1924 - Lottie Luallen died.   She was born 1864

1932 - Litha B. Luallen died.   She was born 1873

1947 - Alice Luallen died Oct. 16.   She was born Sept. 15, 1871

1978 - Levia E. Luallen died.   She was born 1872

1983 - Jacob Luallen died.   He was born 1872

Formed 1807 from Rutherford

1850 - Mary Elizabeth Kyle was born.   She married Daniel Young Lewallen (see Pope County, Arkansas).   Her sister was Maggie Kyle and she married Newton Owens.

Created 1806 from Anderson and Claiborne

1808 - Timothy Sexton Sr and his wife and children moved here.   Timothy and his wife Ester Sisel   were married 1782 in York, S.C.   1800 they moved to Wilkes then Elbert Co, GA, then to Knox Co. TN.   In 1808 he surveyed land on the west side of New River opposite the mouth of the Buffalow in Campbell County.   In 1819 they moved to Brimestone Creek in Morgan County

1814 - Moses Sexton married Leander Hatfield.   Leander Hatfield (daughter of Joseph Hatfield) was born 1795, probably South Carolina and she died in either Fentress or Scott County 1860.   Moses Sexton was born May 18, 1789 and died June 1, 1850.   He and Leander were married October 20, 1814 in Campbell County, TN.   Their children were John Sexton, James Sexton, Fountain Sexton, Rebecca Sexton, Aaron Sexton, Julien Sexton, Shadrach Sexton, Caswell Sexton, N.R. Sexton, and Hiram Sexton

1820 - list of manufacturers included:   James Rice-distillery       Rice & Snoderly-rifle factory
   John Phillips-axes hoes, plow, horseshoe, wagon making factory

1832 - Joseph Hatfield died.   He was in the Revolutionary War from Russell County, Virginia, and married Rachel Smith 1779.   (See Russell County, Virginia).

1841 - Matthew Luallen married Sarah Lawson, Allen McDonald, J.P. (See Sevier County)

1844 - Viola Luallen married Jacob Lawson, Allen McDonald JP
1844 - Polly Luallen married Samuel Burge

1845 - Charles Lewallen - A. & J. Moore v. Weir and Smith, from Campbell County. Defendants in an action of covenant were executors of Jacob Queener, deceased on the 22 DEC 1852, in the Circuit Court of Campbell Co. The instrument in discussion was a promissory note written by Jacob Queener to pay Charles LEWALLEN the sum of sixteen hundred and sixty six pounds of merchantable bar iron. On 4 MAY 1845, Lewallen transferred the obligation to the plaintiffs. Charles LEWALLEN also writes note for $84.14 on 3 MAR 1845.
   Source: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee During the Years 1855-6, Vol. III, by John L. T. Sneed, published by G. C. Torbett & Co., Printers
pp. 46-51

1850 census shows no Lewallens

1852 -   A. & J. Moore v. Weir and Smith, from Campbell County. Defendants in an action of covenant were executors of Jacob Queener, deceased on the 22 DEC 1852, in the Circuit Court of Campbell Co. The instrument in discussion was a promissory note written by Jacob Queener to pay Charles LEWALLEN the sum of sixteen hundred and sixty six pounds of merchantable bar iron. On 4 May 1845, Lewallen transferred the obligation to the plaintiffs. Charles LEWALLEN also writes note for $84.14 on 3 MAR 1845.
Source: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee During the Years 1855-6, Vol. III, by John L. T. Sneed, published by G. C. Torbett & Co., Printers
(Question:   Did Charles Lewallen actually live in this county or is he the one in Anderson County?)

1860 - Census shows Lucion Lewallen born ca 1833, Rachel born 1836 and John born 1839.   NOTE:   Lucion was probably Lewis.   See 1900 of Lewis and Rachel.

1878 - Widow's pension application dated 23 Feb. 1872, Huntsville, Madison Co., AK Lucretia Thompson, age 80. Affidavid dated 12 Feb. 1873. "We, Zachariah Lewallen and Nancy Lewallen, of the County of Madison, State of Arkansass, say we were well acquainted with Blagburn (sic) and Lucretia Thompson from about the year AD 1838, up to about the year AD 1855 in Campbell County, Tennessee, and that of their children who we have know was
A.G. Thompson, Harmon Thompson, B.M. Thompson, Milly Thompson, Annie Thompson,
Sarah Thompson, and Lucretia Thompson Nancy Thompson, and Martha Thompson.
Blagburn (sic)   and Lucretia Thompson left Campbell County, Tennessee to the County of Madison, State of Arkansas. Zavchariah Lewallen's age is 51 yr. old the 26th date of April AD 1873, and Nancy Lewallen's age is 55 yrs. old the 18th date of February AD 1873. Lucretia Thompson stated in 1873 that the following persons had attended her wedding: Randolph Lawson, Susan Lawson, Milly Phillips, Mary Prewitt, Elisa Lawson, James English and John and Sarah Jeffries, all of whom were deceased in 1873 except Sarah Jeffries)

1874 - Jane Blankenship, dau of H.C. and Oneta (Thompson) Blankenship was born.   She married Filetus Lewallen and died 1952 in Boone County, West Virginia

1880 - Census, Upper Elk
Ewel LEWELLEN       Self       M       M       W       29       TN Farmer       Fa: TN       Mo: TN
Louisey J. LEWELLEN Wife       F       M       W       22       KY Keeping House       Fa: TN       Mo: KY
Samuel LEWELLEN       Son       M       S       W       7       TN               Fa: TN       Mo: KY
George W. LEWELLEN Son       M       S       W       4       TN               Fa: TN       Mo: KY
Rebeca LEWELLEN       Dau       F       S       W       2       TN               Fa: TN       Mo: KY
William B. LAY       Other       M       W       W       84       NC               Fa: NC       Mo: NC

1880 - Census:
J. W. Lewallen 32 born 1848 Tn.   Father born VA, mother born TN.
   Susan 36, Curtis 9, Eliza 7, Freeman 5 (1875), Mary M. 3, John S 10 mos.
1884 - Sarah Lewellen married Joel Bennett

1885 - John Leuallen married Sarah Evans

1900 - Census shows:
11th Civil District:
   Lewis Lewallen 70, born April 1830 N.C., Rachel 62 married 1860, Jesse F 21.   Living next door was William Lawson age 38 and his wife Louisa
10th Civil District:
   Redin Lewallen born TN Oct. 1849; Lindia or Lidia age 50
10th Civil District:
   Ewel Lewallen 50 born April 1850 TN, married 1873.   Wife Louisa 49, children Samuel 25, George 23, Rebecca 22, Redin 19, William 14, millie S. 11, Jasper 9, Frank 8, Perry 5
4th District:
   John 36 born Feb. 1864, TN.   married 1887 to Martha 27, Mamie E 10, Ira H 8, Orris 4, Nettie L. 1

1910 - Willie Lewallen died Feb. 1 at age 18 months of measles

1911 - Gerty Lewallen died January (or Nov) 17 at age 19.   She was unmarried and died of consumption two miles north of Coal Creek which is where she was born.

1916 - Susan Lewallen, died July 10.   She was born Jan. 14, 1845 and the wife of James W. Lewallen

1912 - Susan Lewallen died May 11 at age 47.   She was married and died from consumption.   She was born in Elk Valley and that's where she died.

1920 - Census shows:
Jacksboro Twp
Smalley Louallen(49) Tn. Tn. Tn. Miner
Emma (39)
Maynard (20)
Dewey (18)
George (8)

1921 - William R. Luallen died.   He was born 1866

1930 - Census shows:
Sam M. Luallen(50) Tn. Tn. Tn. Miner
Emma (49)
virgil (30)widowed
George (18) George Robert
Dewey (16
Farrel (8) Farrell Spencer (married Josephine Vivian Vandergrift daughter of Jim and Maude)

1946 - Calvin Luther Luallen died Dec. 8.   He was born Aug. 11, 1871

1959 - Etta Bell Tiller Luallen died Mar. 18.   She was born May 15, 1878

1970 - Fletcher J. Luallen died.   He was born 1887

Formed 1821 from the Western District

1830 - Census shows William Fluellen on page 178 and S. Fluellen on page 158 (For William and Shaderick Fluellen, see Robertson County where they lived before Carroll County)

1832 - William Flewellen who served in the American Revolution from Halifax Co, NC., filed for his pension in 1832 while living in Carrol Co, TN;   some of his witnesses were living in Robertson Co, TN.     He made no reference to wife or children in his application   (See Robertson County prior to Carrol)

1834 - "National Banner and Nashville Daily Advertiser" September 24, 1834.
"Another Revolutionary Patriot Gone! Died, in Carroll county, Tennessee on the 23rd ult, in the 81st year of his age, Captain William Flewellen, a native of Halifax county, North Carolina. Captain Flewellen entered the army of the United States in the Revolutionary War as a volunteer private in the 3rd North Carolina Continental Line, commanded by General Jethro Sumner, was shortly after promoted by the Quarter Master to the rank of wagon master and marched from the county of Halifax with his regiment early in the year 1776. After serving a long and toilsome campaign in the States of South Carolina and Georgia inwhich the army suffered greatly from the unhealthiness of the climate and innumerable hardships that portion of the regiment to which he was attached was marched to Halifax and discharged. He was subsequently elected captain of a volunteer corps of cavalry and was actively engaged in suppressing the Tories in that part of the country until the close of the war. Many years after, he settled in Robertson county, Tennessee from whence he removed to his late place of residence where he lived to an advanced age, feeble and afflicted in the decline of life but honored and respected by all who knew him.

1834 - William F Lewellen; Carroll County Tn; Private; North Carolina Line; $80.00 annual
Allowance; $240.00 Amount Received; April 25, 1834 Pension Started; Age 81 (makes him born 1753)

1835 - William Flewellen listed in Early Tenn. Wills and Administrations.


The following are buried in the Harris Cemetery in Cheatham County:
   Henry W. Louallen l891-l964
   Oillie Lousallen l904-1986
   Thomas I Louallen "Grandfather 1-26-1856
   Mary E. Louallen Grandmother 6-15-l860     l-4-l942
   Walter R Louallen 7-15-l918     Tn Pvt. 83 Inf.

Formed 1783 from Washington

(Nashville is in Davidson County)

Info for Davidson:

1700's - Laying out Nashville Town:   Obediah Terrell, Abednego Llewallen   (Obediah Terrell was from Old Fincastle County, VA)   Note: 1780:   Abednego Llewellyn signs as witness (with William Joyner) deed of conveyance between Arthur and Mary Moor of Mobile district, West Florida, and Joshua Howard.   In 1798, Joyner deposed that he had witnessed the document in question and that Llewellyn had signed his own name.   Recorded in Adams Co Mississippi book A, pp. 12-15.

1783 - Abednego L. arrives at a settlement on the Cumberland River in TN in July of 1783.   According to Davidson Co. circuit court minutes, A/14, Mary Framel accused him of fathering her two children.   A witness for Llewellyn, James Haggatt, swore that he and Abednego had arrived at the settlement on July 7, 1783, and that Abednego had not visited the place for one or two months previously and could not be the father.   The case was eventually dismissed (A/30).

1784 - 5 July:   “Abednego Lewallen having been summoned to appear....   To the presentment of the Grand Jury against him for the crime of fornication...appeared and pleaded not guilty on which a jury was called, to wit:   Daniel Durnam, Francis Armstrong, Elmore Douglass, Benjamin Kuykendall, John Barrow, John Boyd, Solomon White, Ambrose Maulson, Amos Heaton, Francis Hodges, Humphry Hogan and George Flynn, who being elected tried and sworn sayeth that the said Lewallen and Nancy Snow live together in one house.   On which the jury with crew returned and say they do not find the said Lewallen guilty of the crime charges against him in the indictment.”
(County Court Minutes, Volume A, page 24)
Note:   The date of Jan. 4, 1787 has also been given as when Abednego was charged with living in adultry and Nancy was charged at the same time as having a bastard child (A/153) (The child's name was also Abednego and was born TN 1777 per census in KY)

1784 - :   Abednego L. buys lot #23 in Nashville from directors and trustees, for four pounds, on 29 July 1784.   Davidson Co. Deed Book A, p. 21.

1788 - Benjamin Herndon acquired 4,000 acres on the Duck River. He also owned 3,000 adjoining acres in a partnership with Memman Hunt and he built a home there that he named Sugar Spring Plantation.   During the time period of 1791 and 1793 he moved to Newberry County, South Carolina near the present town of Whitmire and established Molihon Plantation.   He died 1818/19.

1789 -   Abednego Llewellyn killed.   According to Gen. James Robertson's ”History of Middle Tennessee” (Nashville 1859), p. 328, "A hunting party, consisting of Colonel Tenen, Evan Shelby, Jun., Abednego Lewellen, and Hugh F. Bell, were in pursuit of game, and fell into an ambush, when the Indians fired and killed Shelby and Lewellen."   This account apparently comes from John Haywood's ”The Civil and Political history of the State of Tennessee,” published in 1823, entry for the year 1789.   According to an indenture (30 Aug 1810, registered 31 Jan 1811:   Davidson Co TN Deed Book I, p. 80) signed by Shadrack Llewellyn of Buncombe Co. NC, "the said Abednego Llewellyn departed this life without issue and without having made any last will or testament."  
   According to "Annals of Tennessee" page 485 states "Evan Shelby, Abednego Lewelin, Hugh F. Bell and Colonel Tenen were in the woods huting.   The two former were killed, the two last escaped."   They were killed by Indians near the mouth of the Sulphur ? of the Red River.

1789 -   Nancy Llewellyn appointed administratrix of Abednego's estate.   (A/217)   The above information and bastardy records come from Mrs. William T. (Geneva) Mattingly, Rt. 1, Box 206, Marion KY 42064-9729, taken from ”Tennessee Tidbits,” otherwise unidentified, pp. 224-5.   NOTE:   Nancy Lewellen is shown next in Henderson County, Kentucky as is John Leeper whom she married in KY)

1790 -   Davidson Co. TN Will Book 1, p. 136:   "The inventory of Abednego Lewellen returned by Nancy Lewellen viz one negro man named Sam, one gray horse paid L 12, four cows, and calves, three hogs and bed, some household furniture."   The inventory is undated but appears between two pages dated May 1790.
1790 - Deed to Robert Young: July, 2nd, 1790   In consideration of Ten pounds for every hundred acres, paid by Robert Young, for a tract of land containing 640 acres, lying on the west fork of Red River. Surveyed Feb 1785, by preemption Right Warrent #227, entry date: Jan31, 1784. The Grant was signed on 11th day of July 1788.. Land was located in Williamson county,which became a TN. county in 1799 Williamson county was taken from Davidson county

1793 - Benjamin Herndon received 840 acres.   He was an attorney and one of his daughters married Charles Lewallen (see 1821 Maury County)

1796 - David Young (born Jan. 6, 1774) married Sarah Phillips on Dec. 9.   David died April 13, 1856 in Wilson County, TN.   After Sarah died, he married again. David and Sarah's children were:   James (born Sept. 28 1797), Elizabeth (Mar. 22, 1799), Joseph (?), Duke or Doke (Jan. 12, 1804), Carson (Nov. 1806) , David Jr (?)., Alpha (July 4, 1814), Sarah (Apr. 20, 1811) , Alexander S. (Feb. 15, 1813) , Mary (Polly) (Aug. 12, 1818) , Louisiana (Lucy Ann) (Apr. 11, 1820) and Francis.

1805 - A Power of Attorney was recorded on January 7, 1805 from "ANNA DAVIS of Davidson COunty, appointed DANIEL DAVENPORT of Tyrell County, NC my attorney to transact my business in the State of North Carolina. This 23 No 1804." Witness was MATHEW KELLY.

1806 - Nathan Davis married Sally Davis July 10

1807 - I Joel Randolph OF Davidson Co. sold unto Josiah Hallum of same place a negro boy named Ted.   This 21 Dec. 1807.   Wit:   James YARBOROUGH and D. YOUNG.

1810 - Shadrach Lewallen deeded the lot (belonging to Abednego)   to Frances May and May sold it to Patton soon after.   Hynes claimed that Abednigo had deeded the property to John Montgomery, but that the deed had been lost

1811 - March 1.   Isaac Lewallin of the county of Nelson State of KY sells to Frances May of Davidson Co, TN   for $5.00 , Lot #23 in the town of Nashville.   Deed certified in Nelson Co, KY.   Recorded in Davidson Co, Tn 30 March 1812
1811 - March 21.   Isaac Llewellen of Nelson Co. KY, and, on 4 April, Meshack Lewallen of Wayne Co. Indiana Territory also sell. Llewellyn appears in the Nelson Co. KY tax lists for 1800, which substitute for the census, and in the 1810 census
1811 - April 4.   . Mashack Lewallin of the county of Wayne of the Indiana Territory sell to Frances May of Davidson Co, TN for $5.00, Lot 23 in the town of Nashville.   The Clerk of Hamilton Co, OH certified that Meshack Lewallin appeared before him and that this was voluntary act and deed for the use and purposes therein contained.     Deed was recorded 19 August 1811 in Davidson Co, TN.
1811 -   Aug. 13   Davidson Co, TN Deed Book I, pg 80; This indenture made this 13th day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred and ten between Shadrack Llewellyn of the county of Buncomb & State of North Carolina of the one part and Frances May of the county of Davidson and State of Tennessee of the other part witness that whereas on or about the Twenty ninth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty four Samuel Barton Thomas Malloy James Shaw and Isaac Lindsey Directors and Trustees of the town of Nashville in the now State of Tennessee did by deed of conveyance for the consideration therein whereof the said expressed convey to Abednego Llewellyn his heirs & assigns Lot Number twenty three in said town of Nashville by virtue   Abednego Llewellyn became seized in fee simple of said Lot with its hereditaments and appurtenances and the said Abednego being so seized thereof departed this life without issue and without having made any last will or testament leaving the said Shadrack his heir at law by virtue whereof all the right title & interest ........... became vested in the said S hadrack.   Now this indenture witnesseth that the said Shadrack Llewellyn heir at law of the said Abedengo Llewellyn deceased for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars paid by the said Frances May..........Deed was recorded 5 March 1811 in Davidson Co, TN.
1811 - Aug 30   Shadrack Llewellyn of Buncombe Co. NC sells his share of this lot as heir of A. Llewellyn (registered 31 Jan 1811. Davidson Co. TN Deed Book, p. 80).

1813 - The U.S. Army Register of Enlistments 1798-1914 shows Aaron Lewallen born ca 1797 North Carolina, enlisted Nov. 8, 1813 at age 16.   (His brother also enslisted, however, Sallie said they enlisted in Franklin, Tennessee, which would have been Williamson County.)
1813 - Elijah Lewallen/Liewallen enlisted at the age of 14 on 14 Nov 1813 in Capt Morgan's Co., 4'11", grey eyes, sandy hair and fair complexion,   farmer, born NC.   In the remarks it says "see pension case".   He is not listed in the "War of 1812 Pensions"
NOTE:   Elijah and Aaron were brothers - Aaron born ca 1797 N.C. and Elijah born 1799

1814 - Daniel Young was born in May.

1819 - Mary Lewallen married Marshall Owen Aug. 17, sol Aug. 19, Wm H. Nance, J.P.

1820 - George R. Claibourn and Thomas Claibourne both of Nashville in census.
1820 - John L. Williams in census on same page as John L. Young and John Kennedy.
1820 - Aron Lewallen made a purchase from the estate of Johnathan Williams, dec'd 18 May. Aaron bought a young mare $15.75

1825 - Possibly this county.   Joseph G. Lewallen was born July 24, son of Aron and Sallie (Young) Lewallen.   He lived in Arkansas, buried in McIntosh County, OK.   Died Dec. 16, 1899.

1826 - Mahala Young married Harvey Jennett Sept.28

1827 -   Aaron Lewallen among the purchasers of the estate of Hartwell Seat, deceased, in December.   He purchased a pied cow for $7.     (Hartwell Seat's Will was recorded Nov. 30.   He was born 1749 and lived in Sussex Co. VA before moving to Davidson County TN; some of his family moved to Cooper Co. MO)

1830 - Mary Ann Hamilton was born about this year.   (See Pope County Arkansas; she married John Lewallen, born 1826 in Tennessee (this county???)   They had a son Daniel Young Lewallen.   Mary Ann said to have also had a brother Oliver Henry Perry Hamilton.   Daniel Young Lewallen's wife Mary Elizabeth Kyle was born Shelbyville, Bedford County, TN.   See Bedford County

1840 - "Maury Co, TN County Court Minutes" Vol 3, March 1836-Sept 1840, page 547-548, August Term 1840 is found the order that "Aaron Lewallen long a citizen of Maury County in the State of Tennessee is a lunatic and that he has not property sufficient or estate to support himself and family.   These facts are therefore hereby so certified by the court to the attending physician or board of Trustees of the Lunatics Asylum at Nashville ........".   (Nashville is in Davdison County, also see Maury)
   "Tennessee House Journal & Appendix" are available in published form.   These are financial records and reports of all State owned facilities, which includes the Asylum.   The book which covers 1845-1846, names in the list of patients of the institution, Aaron Lewellin who was received on 11 August 1840, for a period of 13 months and 19 days, then it shows he was there for 24 months.   In fact he was still there and listed among the Pauper Patients from 1 Oct 1843-1 Oct 1845.   This particular edition of records does not give a death date for him and the edition which covers the years 1847-1848 and 1849-1850 does not name the actual patients.   (Information from Sue Cooper)

1843 - See "Tennessee House Journal & Appendix" 1840 above.   Aaron Lewallen in asylum.
1843 - In Asylum:   Eliza Luallen - il disposed and hard to pleas, age not known but supposed to be 65 years old.   (This would make her born ca 1778)

1845 - See "Tennessee House Journal & Appendix," 1840 above.   Aaron Lewallen in asylum.  

1846 - Sept 10.   Per Sally (Young) Lewallen, her husband, Aaron,   died in Nashville.
1846 - December 27, Thomas Marion Lewallen born, son of Aaron and Sally (Young) Lewallen.

1847 - Mrs. Ellen Luallen died September 25.   She had resided in Nashville and been a patient in the asylum and was age 90 (born ca 1757) at the time of her death.

Created 1823 from Western District

1840 - Census shows
   Wilie Lieuallen with one male under 5, one male 20-30, 2 females under 5 and one female 30-40.   His neighbors are W. G. Davis, Moses Hurley, and others are Wilcox, Patterson, Rucker, Pate
     W. Lieuallen with one male under 5, two males under 15, one male 40-50, one female under 5, one female 5-10, one female 20-30.   Neighbors are Samuel Gentry, George Grissom, A. A. Edney, Staggs, Pate, Broadway, Miller

1876 - T. E. Lewellyn married Sarah Slayton

19__ - Mack Lewelling, age 28, was in WW I


1899 - Benjamin Franklin Lewallen was born March 25, 1899 the son of John Granville Lewallen and Cynthia Greer Lewallen.   (Descends from Anderson and Lucy Lewallen)

Created 1807 from Bedford and Warren (per 8th Edn of the Handy Book for Genealogists.   From the Franklin County website, it says:
"Franklin County is located in Middle Tennessee, one of the state's three grand divisions." Franklin County was formed 3 December 1807 from White County (see Franklin County, Tennessee History) and is located about half way between Chattanooga, Nashville and Huntsville. Historians report that Franklin County came off Bedford, however, Bedford was also formed on 3 December 1807"

1820 - Census shows a John Brumbey - 3 2 1 1 1 - etc

1840 - Census shows Aron (Aaron) Loallen   age 50-60 (1780-90)   in agriculture.   Neighbors:   Taylor (Martha, William and Morgan Taylor), Hunter, Morris, Brown, Rhodes, Ragan.     John Winford, Thomas Ragan, Dan'l Ragan, Sublit Field, Joseph Fagg, Samuel Corn, Charles Grant, James Witt, Peter McDaniel, James McDaniel, John Brown, Dicy Warren, Mrs. Rody Stamps, Mrs. Polly Woods, John McCuchen, Elisha Sims, Charles Grant, Greenberry Austin, Lawrence Austin, John Rhodes were all in the county and living nearby.   (Martha Taylor was aged 50-60 and had one female 15-20 in household, William Taylor was age 20-30, Morgan Taylor was age 60-70.   Morgan Taylor died by 1850 and was said to have been from Rowan or Iradell County, N.C.   )
This would make Aron born 1780-1790

Giles County in 1809 from Maury County and land once part of North Carolina. Andrew Jackson suggested the name "Giles" to the legislature in recognition of William B. Giles (1762-1830), Virginia state legislator, U.S. congressman and senator from Virginia who advocated admission of Tennessee into the Union in 1796, governor of Virginia. Since Indian treaties had not been finalized, settlers were not permitted to move onto their land until 1806.

1797 - Adam Young, born before 1776; on 17 July 1797 Adam bought 834 acres on both sides of Richland Creek in what was to become Giles Co. He was the first Young land owner of Giles Co

1809 - John Archibald Young (b 1774 Spartanburg CO SC) settled in eastern Giles County 1809.   (See Maury County where Joseph Young b 1780-81 Spartanburg) settled in 1805 and by 1820, in Giles).   He lived in Bradshaw.   Among the first settlers was John Kennedy and his wife Sarah Britton, Sam and James McKnight, John Archibald Young [Y1] and his wife Nancy Smith, Joe Jarmin, Nicholas Holley, and Odem Hightower and his daughter Hardy.

1809 - John Kennedy and wife Sarah Britton came to Bradshaw in 1808-1809 and were the parents-in-law of Nancy Young [Y3b]; probably James McKnight was the father-in-law of Mary E Young; John Archibald Young] and Nancy Smith both came from Spartanburg Co SC in 1809; Buckner Smith was the father of the above Nancy Smith who married John Archibald Young, and was the father of Archibald Smith who lived next door to John Archibald Young Joel Jarmin came in 1808; Nicholas Holley Sr came from Spartanburg Co in 1809 and was the grandfather of Nicholas J Holley   and Odem Hightower came from Spartanburg Co in the winter of 1807-1808; Odem's daughter Hardy came the following year.

1811 - or 1812 - Archibald E Young, born about 1754 in Mecklenburg Co NC, moved to northeast Giles Co   (could he have been the father of John, Joseph, et al?)

1818 - Thomas Reddell (brother to John-see 1821) married Member Johns (born Mar. 21, 1796).   She died 1840 Lawrence County, TN

1820 - Joseph Young settled in Giles (see 1809)
1820 - Ephraim Andrew Young, born about 1799 in VA. settled along the south central edge of Giles Co next to the AL border by this year.   From the Young information: The first permanent settlement in what was to become Giles Co was made near the present towns of Elkton and Prospect in 1805. Apparently the only Young families who very early settled in the southern portion of the county was Ephraim A Young [Y8], but not until after 1820, and after the Indians had given up their land to the White settlers in 1816. His sister Rebecca Young and her husband Major John William Kyle had settled in the area around 1807.

1821 - Permilla Milberry Tidwell (born ca 1800 TN) married this year to John G. Reddell.   She was the daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth (Rackley) Tidwell.   Isaac Tidwell was born 1771 Fairfield, South Carolina.   (Verification needed.)

1825 - Josiah W Young, born 1802 in GA, married Elizabeth Reddell in Giles Co TN in 1825. In 1830 they were found living in Lawrence Co TN and in 1831 they moved to Searcy Co AR

1830 - Census shows in Giles County the following Youngs:   A., A.E., E.A., Jarret, Jane, James, (2) John, R.K., S.Y. Jane, Spencer and William P. Young
   Census shows no Lewallens
   Census shows no Kennedys

1839 - John Alex Coats (1) (b. 1815 ?) married a Mary (b. 1821 TN) on 1/12/1839 in Giles Co TN. They were divorced 9/9/1859.   (This Mary may be the Polly who was the daughter of Aron and Sarah (Young) Lewallen.   The 1860 census for Sarah shows a Sarah Coats age 17 living with her.

1840 - Census shows John Coats living two doors from William Tidwell.   Also on same census page was james Story, Zado Tucker, Thomas East, James Tucker, A. Tucker, J. Branson, Leonard Miles

1840 - Census shows Sarah Lewallen, age 30-40 (1800-1810).   Note:   This could have been Jay Lewallen's ancestor (Sarah Young Lewallen).   In the household was one male 10-15 (1825-30), one male 15-20 (1820-25), one female under 5 (1835-40) one female 5-10 (1830-35)   and one female (Sarah) 30-40 (1800-1810).     On the same census page:   H. H. Edwards, Wm Pullin, Wm Wood, Rebecca   Wood, Imman, Carter, McDonald, Tankley, Finley, Ray, Thomas Kennedy, and on the next   page was Robert Young age 20-30.   Note:   Thomas Kennedy is said to be the brother-in-law of Sarah Young showing in the Davidson County Young information.)
The census would have been Joseph (b ca 1826), an older son, Adeline (ca 1835), Elizabeth (1833) and Sarah (1800-1810)
   (NOTE;   The Kennedys were connected to this Young family.   See:

1840 - Census shows A. Young age 20-30, Nancy Young age 50-60 (1780-90), William Young age 30-40, all living next to each other.

1840 - Census shows Elijah Owens (one free person under 20, 2 free persons 20-49), Mary Owens (4 free persons under 20, 1 free person 20-49), Robert Owens (7 free persons under 20, 2 free pesons 20-49), Thomas Owens (1 free person under 20, 2 free persons 20-49)   (Question:   Was Mary Owens Mary Lewallen   who married Marshall Owen in Davidson County?)

1846 - Thomas Marion Lewallen, son of Aaron and Sarah Lewallen was born Dec. 27   in Pulaski, Giles Co., TN (14 miles north of city)., and died Jul 29, 1934 in Austin, Travis Co., TX.   It's been said that shortly after his birth he moved to McNairy County, Tennessee.   He married (1) Charlotte Amanda Riddell Jan 21, 1866 in Lawrenceburg, (Lawrence County) TN, daughter of William Riddell and Mary McCracken.

1870 - Census shows James Luallen 25 born TN, Margaret 22 born TN, Martha 3 born TN and Thomas 1 born TN.   Close to them was Catherine Tidwell, Jacob Reynolds, Thomas Pate.   (James was a sonof Aaron and Sallie (Young) Lewallen)


1841 - A posting on GenForum tells of Nancy Luallen born ca 1792.   She married William Turman about 1810 in North Carolina and had a son, Alexander, born 1811 N.C.   Between 1818 and 1822 they moved from NC to TN and some land records exist for Nancy and the sons in Hamilton and Bradley counties 1841/42 and they show up in the 1840 TN census.   After William Burman's death, Nancy movied to Union County, GA with son-in-law family, Archibald McCoy who married Clia Turman.   They're shown in the 1850 Polk County, TN census.

Created 1823 from Western District

1846 - Sarah Lillan married Isaac Crawford

Created 1821 from Western District

1830 - Census shows William C. Lewallen under 20 years old.   Showing on same census page:   Joel Halbert, James Oneal, Nicholas Wallace, Meredith Smith, William Mayo, Brown, Bell, Athey, Pool, Bollew?, Rofe (Ross?), Boatwright, Baron, Asbill, Stratton

1850 - Census shows:
   Wiley Lewellen 38 (1813) TN, Sarah 24, Arminta 16, Margaret 15, Wiley 10, Elizabeth 9, Samantha 4, John W. 2, Sarah J. 9 months.   (neighbors were Henry B. Sherrod (age 63 born NC), William Shaw, Sterling Davis (age 58 born NC), Adams, Brown, Goodman.
   (Henry B. Sherrod was born 1787 in North Carolina - place unknown - wife Anna Cogdill born 1803 NC -- note the Cogsdale living near Alfred's family.   There was a William Henry Sherrod born 1788 but these are two different individuals.   See Maury County re the William Henry Sherrod)
   Alfred Lewellen age 28 (1822 TN), Jane 31 Ala, Lucy J Holmes. 9, William Holms 7, Matilda Holms 5, Mary Lewellen 2 months, Twila Lewellen 60 (1790).   Neighbors Mclaughlin, Newlet,, Cogsdale, Corbitt, Neale.  
   (Wiley and Alfred were both in the same township)

Created 1809 from Stewart and Smith counties

1820 - Census shows Meyram Lewellyn with neighbors Pritt, Dodall? Allen Kay

Created 1792 from Greene and Hawkins counties

(Some of the Knox County Lewellens are from the Scott County Lewellen line)

1862 - Anderson Lewellen moved from Knox County. (source unknown)

1868 - Smith Lewellen married Sarah E. J. Tilson (or Gilson) on April 18   (See Morgan County; Smith was the son of William and Nancy Lewallen)
1868 - Harriet Lewellyn married Charles H. Jones Aug. 27

1869 - Freeman Lewellen married Emeline Bolen on April 22

1870 - W. R. Lewellen married S. S. Hendricks on July 10

1878 - Joseph Lewellen married Augusta Brown on July 31

1880 - Charles H. Lewellen married Sarah E. Dickey on Mar. 6
1880 - Emeline Lewellen married William Milligan on Mar. 14
1880 - Census shows William Lualen age 69 (ca 1811), Nancy 69 (1811 TN), Nancy 16, Maggie 14, William 12, David 12, James 9, and David Nelson 11.

1881 - Nannie J. Lewellen married Joseph Fox on Jan. 26

1883 - William A. Lewallen married Belle Lacrew Apr. 16
1883 - Rufus Lewellen married Sarah Lusby on July 8

1884 - Nannie J. Lewellen married Thomas B. Acocke on April 17

1897 - William L. Lewellen (born 1809 Wake NC, son of Anderson) died Nov. 16.   Wife was Nancy Wallace.   William L. was in Morgan Co. 1830.   In 1862 he was Constable in Morgan Co.   300 acres of land.

1944 - George Lewelling died.   His death certificate shows him born Sept. 22, 1891 in Sevier County. Parents: John Lewelling born Sevier Co., Sarah McPherson born Sevier Co.;   WW I veteran; Informant:   Mrs. George Lewelling, Knoxville, TN.   Died 15 October 1944, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN.;   Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery, Knoxville;   Undertaker Rawlings-Miller, Maryville, TN

1960 - Wallace Decater Lewelling died April 19.   He was born July 28,1890, married Minnie Hill who died Dec. 1, 1958 in Knox County; she was born July 18, 1889.   Wallace had a brother, Charles W. Lewelling b: April 9, 1883 who married Delia Hill b: May 1885

Created 1817 from Hickman and Maury counties

1830 - Josiah Young and his wife, Elizabeth Reddell, were in Lawrence County 1830.   They had previously lived in Giles.   By 1831 they moved to Searcy, Arkansas

1840 - Member (Johns) Reddell, wife of Thomas Reddell died about this year. (verification needed.)

1846 -   NOTE:   Ima Bullock shows this as Lawrence County, but apparently it was Giles County where   Thomas Marion Lewallen born.   His father died at Nashville.   He volunteered for service in July 1863 at the age of 17; he served with General Payne in the confederate forces and died at the Confederate Home in Austin, Texas 29 July 1934.   Born   27 Dec. 1846.   Thomas Marion Lewaellen married Charlotte Amanda Riddel (Riddell) (1847-1901) sometime before their first child was born in the Fall of 1866.  

1860 - Census shows Sarah Lewallen 54 GA, Sarah A 21 TN, James 18 TN, Thomas 14 TN, and Sarah Coats 17 TN.   (See 1839 Giles County, TN)
   Living next door:
Henry Reddell SC, Mary 35 TN, James A 16 TN, Elizabeth 15 TN, Charlotte A 12 TN, John F 10 TN, William H 8 TN, Thomas L 6 TN and Calvin 3 TN.  
Note:   Thomas Lewallen married Charlotte A. Reddell/Riddell; he was born 1846 in Giles County, Tennessee, son of Sarah (Young) and Aaron Lewallen.

1861 - William Richard Lewallen was born March 25 (undocumented)

1863 - Thomas Marion Lewallen volunteered for service at the age of 17, serving with General Payne in the Confederate Forces and died at the Confederate Home in Austin, Texas July 29, 1934.

1866 - James Lewallen married Margaret Tidwell Feb. 12
1866 - Thomas Marion Lewallen married   Charlotte Amanda Riddell Jan 21 in Lawrenceburg, daughter of William Riddell and Mary McCracken (showing in census as Henry Riddell)

1870 - Census shows Thomas Luallen 23 Tennessee, Martha M. 21 Tennessee, James F. 2 Tennessee, Sarah Leuallen 75 Georgia.   Next door was the Henry Riddell family.   Thomas moved to Leon County, Texas September 1890.

1880 - Census shows family of William Lewellyn age 42 (1838) born Indiana and both parents born Indiana, wife Martha E born TN and both parents born TN, Birdie 11 TN, William A 9 TN, Archie F 7 TN, Minnie M 6 TN, Ollie D 4 TN, Levi B. 2 TN.

1881 - Richard Lewallen married Mary E. Riddell Aug. 24   (this would be William Richard Lewallen born Mar. 25, 1861.   His wife is Mary Emily Reddell (daughter of   Henry Marion Reddell and Sarah Blythe)   and they were married at West Point, Lawrence Co

Created 1809 from Bedford

1809-10 - Winter.   Thomas Young moved to this county from Spartanburg Co., SC

1813 - Thomas Young made his Will Feb 13; probated Nov.   The following names are mentioned....Wife, Mary Young   Children, William Young, (made him executor), Elizabeth Beard, Mary Beard, Jemima Young, Sally Young, Marjory Young, Nancy Young, Daniel Young, Franky N Young.   NOTE:   The Young researchers have advised he was b before 1756 and lived in S.C. in the area that became Spartanburg Co. 1785.   They also have that he was the brother of Nathaniel Young and uncle of John, Nathaniel, Joseph and John of Maury and Giles Counties.   See those counties for further info.

1814 - May 6 - Aug 5.   John Young Jr. under indictment for "stealing cow hides," and under threat of a public whipping of 5 lashes across the bare back, but was finally acquitted.   John Young Sr. along with others, posted bond for John Jr. (Nov. 1814.   John Jr. mustered in at Nashville, TN and honorably discharged in May 1815.   Enlisted in Seminole War 1816 but left discharge of 1815 at father's house and when returned to father's house 13 years later, could not find it.   That would have been about 1828 or about the time John Sr. moved his farm to Maury County, TN.

1820 - Census shows on page 12 John Young Sr 220001-20010

1820-21 - John Lewellen and Nancy (Colley) moved from North Carolina to Lincoln about this time.  

1830 - Census shows:   John Lewellen (between 40 and 50) (1780-90).   Others on census page:
John Gray, Mary Gray, James McFarrow?, Robert Drenen?, Arthur Randolph, Martin Graves

1831 - Lewis Yarbrough ( b.1763) died.   His wife was Elizabeth Garrett (born 1773 Laurens Co. SC).   Her father was Silas Garrett of Fairfax Co VA and died Laurens Co SC.   Lewis father was William Yarborough.

1840 - ca. John and Nancy Lewellen moved to Effingham County, Illinois and from there to Smith County, Texas where both died.


1820 - After 1820 John Luallen sold his land in Wilson County, TN and moved to Madison County.   (See Wilson County)  


1829 - Eliza Jane Bivens was born.   She was the daughter of Nathaniel and Jemina (Llewellyn) Bivens.   She married James Scott Eweing, farmer and merchant in Marhsall County. (History of Tennessee, Marshall County, page 1202)   (Correspondence with Mrs. George Wythe Ewing 1912 states:   "Mrs. James Scott Ewing was a granddaughter of Jesse Llewellyn of Lane's Creek, North Carolina..."

Created 1807 from Williamson county

1805 - Nathaniel Young (b 1777 Spartanburg SC) settled in Maury 1805 (would have been Willilamson County until Maury formed).   He was in Giles County by 1820.   John Archibald Young (b 1774 Spartanburg Co SC) settled eastern Giles 1809)


1810 - ca Mary "Polly" Young, born between 1785 and 1790 in Spartanburg Co SC; She was a dau of Richard Young (brother of Thomas Young amd Nathaniel Young), moved to Columbia, Maury Co in the late 1810s

1813 - Josiah Lewallen married Rebeccah Yarbro March 24 (Note: There was a Josiah in the Perry county 1820 census, but was this the same person?)

1815 - Inventory of Jesse Yarborough, deceased, April 19.   Signer Abselom Yarborough "his service to New Orleans in the late expedition."
1815 - Debts of L. B. Estus included Robert Yarborough
1815 - Property of Jesse Yarborough. June 6.   Buying:   Absalom Yarborough, administrator, Thomas Lockhart, Benjamin Litten

1816 - Claibourne Lewallen arrived in Maury County from Warren County, Kentucky (from Early Tenn. Tax List)   (Note:   He was originally in Wake County, N.C.)
1816 - William Henry Sherrod married Charlotte Miller Oct. 14.   She was born 1791 Halifax County, VA, dau of Frederick and Mary (Carter) Miller and granddaughter of George and Frances (Neale) Carter and Johann Frederick and Anna Maria Mueller of Germany.   They lived on Duck River 9 miles below Columbia in Maury.   He also owned other property and received a pension from the War of 1812.   He was a Methodist minister.

1818 - Thomas Young, (born 1781, was from Spartanburg Co SC)   moved to Columbia, Maury Co about this year. He, John Archibald, Joseph and Nathaniel were brothers, sons of Nathaniel Young.   Also see Lincoln County, Tennessee, for their uncle.

1820 - Census shows Claburn Lewallen with three males under 10, one male over 45 (born prior to 1775), two females under 10, one female 10-16, 3 females 16-26 and one female over 45.   Others on same census page:   John Mathis, Thomas Connor?, Ramsey, Brock or Beck, Ferrell, Davidson, Harison (Harrison), Elias Payton, Samuel Beard   (CLABURN was the Clarbourne Lewallen, son of Jesse of Prince Edward County, VA)   Note prior to 1825 -:   Maury County Cousins" (Bible Records and Other Records) Volume 2; Under Pauper Coffins pg 274, petition for Claiborn Lewallen "an honest industrious good citizen....for more than three years unable to walk or in any way do for himself by the use of his limbs being taken from him by rheumatic pains.......has a wife and two small children ...no property... no date.   One of the signers was John J. Zollicoffer

1820 - Nancy Luallen married Nicholas McMillian 27 July
1820 - Census shows Rubin Yarborough over 45
1820 - Census page 347 shows John Young (Sr) 0211111001-0002001.  

1821 - Charles Lewallen married Sarah P. Herndon Jan. 17 by a J.P..   Sarah was the daughter of Benjamin Herdon, an attorney, and his wife Sarah C.   (See Davidson County)
Charles was deceased by 1825 because that year she married William R. Brown.
1821 - Rebecca Luellen married Gideon Mills 29 Dec

1820 - Census shows Claiburn Lewallen.   It also shows an Ephraim Bramby (could have been Bramley or Brawley) and a William Bramby or Bramley.

1822 - John Sylvester Mills was born Aug. 15.   He died 1899 Lafayette MS.   (Whether son of Rebecca and Gideon is not nown.)
1822 - Elenor Lewallen married William Garrett August 5 (Eleanor was known as "Dolly")
1822 - Charles Lewellen killed Mr. Branby and his son.   Lewellen escaped and the Governor offered $100 reward   (See Below)
1822 - Will of Peter Young dated Nov. 16 and recorded June 6, 1824.   Names his wife Sally as sole executor.   His estate was given to his wife and children:   Margery P. Young, Peter R. Young, Sally Young, Cynthia Young, Evelina Young, Minerva Young, Permelia Young, Helena Young.   Witnesses were James Calvert and Katherine Calvert
1822 - Will of Robert Matthews Feb. 14 witnessed by John Matthews, George M ?, Daniel Y. ? , Michael C. Young
1822 - John Lewelling of Egdecombe Co, NC was called as a witness in 1822 in a Joseph Terrell vs Randall Johnston law suit.   (Randall Johnston was also of Edgecombe County NC)

1823 - James Yarborough bought from an estate sale
1823 -   Elender Lewallen married William Garrett August 5 (per posting by Marian Wood Hilton on internet.   This family lived in Maury County TN until ca 1857 when they moved to Batesville, Independence Co. Arkansas.  

1824 - Alfred Yarborough witnessed a Will.

1825 - Betsy Lewallen fine collected from her and she made bond for bastardly.   (April Minute book.)

1826 -   Thomas Lewellin's listed in Maury co. Wills with William R. Miller administrator of the estate.   Recorded Mar. 25, and was regarding settling of Lewellin's account.   (He apparently died 1823)

1827 - Charles E. Lewallen was deceased by this time.   His inventory is recorded May 15.   Only slaves are listed.   The inventory taken April 16, 1827 was signed by P. J. Voorhis and Sarah P. Williams as administrators.   (Sarah was his widow.)

1827 - Sarah (Pines) Herndon Lewellyn married William Richardson March 20.   They died in Shelby County, Tennessee.

1828 - "Maury County TN Newspaper:   "Myself and Elizabeth Lewallen were married on the 8th day of Dec. 1828; we remained together the night we were married, and on the day following she left my bed and board without the least cause or provocation.   This is to forwarn all persons against harboring her or trading with her on my account, as I am determined not to pay any of her contracts unless compelled by law.   If any man harbors or protects her in any way, I will enforce the law against him."   Signed Alexander Young.
   NOTE:   This Alexander was probably the one born 1804 in the following posting:
Note:   Posting on GenForum says Elizabeth Lewallen was the daughter of Claiborn Lewallen; Elizabeth and Alexander moved to Caldwell County, KY after the 1850 census sometime.

1830 - Census shows Aaron Lewellen   with one male 30-40 (1790-1800), two males under 5 (1825-30), one male 5/10 (1820-25) one female 20-30 (1800-1810) and one female 5-10 (1825-30).   (NOTE:   Aaron Lewallen maried Sarah Young in Williamson County. Others showing on same census page:   Lovell?, Liddy, Estes, Woodward, Duke, Mitchell, Harris
Those in that census would be Aron (1790-1800), Joseph born ca 1826 plus one other male, Sarah (1800-1810), and an unknown female (1825-30)

1830 - Doctor's bill for Josiah Lewallen   from Sept 24th - October 5th 1830     He was Rx Antibilliary pills,   8 grains of Sulphate Quinine, Blister plaster, Diaphoretic?, Vial Batemans Drops, Quinnine powder, and blistering cerate & sptihitor?   among other things.   The doctor made visits morning and evening of Oct 4th & 5th.     All of these meds plus visits and the total is $21.25!

1830 - Zebina Conkey applied for administration of Josiah Lewallen 's estate on 2 Monday in December 1830.   He had a very small estate   Conkey had paid the $2.00 clerk's fee on the estate of Josiah Lewallen on 9 September 1830 (There appears no connection of Conk to the Lewallens.
1830 - Claborn Lewalin had a store, on 4 October 1830,   some cloth was purchased and 1 pair of socks (maybe to bury Josiah in?), total $4.2o; plus Claborn had also kept the 2 horses for 3 months.   Claborn submitted a bill to the court for these charges.   There is a receipt showing him paid in full 9 March 1833.   Claborn signed with an X.

1831 - Conkey sold Josiah's 2 horses and one saddle on 15 January 1831 for #30.25.
1831 - Record of the poor house from the 22d of Sept. 1831 to the 25 of Dec. next
Inmates:   Aron Lewellen - aged 35 supposed to be in a derange state kept confined scarecely requires strict attention

1832 - William Louallen to Amy Gifford 9 May 1832, bondsman John Arnold

1832 - Inventory of Josiah Louellen, deceased, recorded May 11, two horses supposed to be worth $20 each, an old saddle supposed to be worth $5.
1832 - Joseph Lewellin, an orphan 5 years old, is bound to Gabriel Brown, a farmer, to be sent to school by said Brown, to be taught to read, write and cypher, is to receive when he becomes of age from said Brown a good suit of clothes, a saddle and bridle to be worth $100. September.

1833 - Claybourne Lewallen married Nancy Hill May 2.

1836 - "The number of inmates at the poore house for the year 1836"
Aron Lewallen - deraged and kept confined, aged 38 years

1839 - "Names of the inmates at the pore of Maury County, Tennessee" 1839
Aron Lewallen - deranged and confined, aged 45 years   (He was moved to the asylum in Davidson 1840)

1840 - "Maury Co, TN County Court Minutes" Vol 3, March 1836-Sept 1840, page 547-548, August Term 1840 is found the order that "Aaron Lewallen long a citizen of Maury County in the State of Tennessee is a lunatic and that he has not property sufficient or estate to support himself and family.   These facts are therefore hereby so certified by the court to the attending physician or board of Trustees of the Lunatics Asylum at Nashville ........".

1840 - Census shows:
   Clarbourne Lewellen with 1 male under 5, one male 40-50 (1800-1810) and one male 80-90 (1750-1760); one female under 5, one female 5-10 and one female 40-50.   On same census page:   Samuel Hannah, Andrew Hannah, James Hannah, Leech, Barnett
   John Young (Sr) 10010000001-000010001.  
   Alexander Young 110001-101001, page 299
NOTE ABOVE.   Alexander Young married Elizabeth Lewallen Dec. 8, 1828 in Maury.   They aren't found in the 1830 census, but note the 1850 census.
   James Young - 000001-000001
   Peter Young 00001-00001
   Robert Young 211001-000001

1840-1850 -   Claborne Lewallen died.   See 1820 above.     Claiborne Lewallen is listed under Pauper Coffins;   "Petition for Claiborne Lewallen " an honest industrious good citizen.....for more than three years unable to walk or in any way do for himself by the use of his limbs being taken from him by rheumatic pains.....has a wife and two small children."........no property........no date.   One of the signers was John J. Zollicoffer.   (Zollicoffer was his next door neighbor in 1840.)  

1843 - Inmates at the Poore House":
Eliza Luallen - il disposed and hard to pleas, age not known but supposed to be 65 years old.   (this would make her born ca 1778)

1845 -   Jan. 18.   Bill of Sale   Thomas K Young makes a sale of pigs and sow to a James A. Young.   William E. Erwin (Clerk) states he is personally acquainted with Thomas K Young.
NOTE:   It's said this Thomas k. Young was from Pennsylvania.

1849 - Joseph Lewallen married Elizabeth P. Dew Dec. 3.   (Note:   Some of the Dew/Due family moved to Independence County, Arkansas.   We also find Joseph Lewallen there as well.   Here's one posting on GenForum about Elizabeth and her parents who were:   John Wesley Due (1809-1852), (son of Thomas Due) and Nancy Ann Spence (1812-1889); Nancy is buried at Mountain Home, ARK. He is buried somewhere in Memphis, TN

1850 - Census shows Nancy Llewellyn (born 1810), Joseph Llewellyn (born 1831) and Susan Llewellyn (born 1838) was living with the family of Pleasant Johnson (born 1825), Elizabeth (1827), William Johnson (age e) and John L. Miller Johnson age 1.   Nancy would be Claiborne's wife.

1850 -   Documents state Thomas K Young owned 80 acres of land warranted by the U.S. Government #9805 dated October 24, 1855 issued to Thomas K. Young, Private in Capt Peter Rogett Company and Col. Benjamin Snodgrass Alabama (Volunteers) Militia Florida War Act of Mar 30, 1855. Thomas volunteered at Belfout, Jackson County on or about 26 Oct 1837 for a term of six months and continued in actual service of said war for the term of six months (Served 6 months 14 days) and was honorably discharged at Fort Mitchell, Alabama in 1838. Thomas presented his discharge certificate to the Maury Co, TN to obtain bounty land on Oct 19, 1850.
1850 - Census shows A. Young with wife Elizabeth.   This would be Alexander Young and Elizabeth Lewallen --
YOUNG, A. 45 (1805) KY, Elizabeth 42 (1808) NC, Almanza(Halmanza) 13 TN, John 17 TN, Mary 9 TN, Martha 7 TN, Newton 5 TN, .   Also in the household was I. Butler (isiah butler) and Eliza Butler.   Isaiah & Eliza Young   were md Dec 4 1849 in Maury County).

1853 - Jan 24, Bill of Sale, Maury Co., TN File G-? Mentions Thomas Young paying of a debt of $5.00 by giving up a grey mare and rifle.
1853 - May 30 - Deed of Trust, Maury Co., TN file G-544 Mentions a land deed was incorrect and a sum of $8.50 from Thomas Young to Edmond Grissom was corrected by correcting the deed.
   Note:   In 1855 Thomas Young applied for 80 acres of land in Cedar Co., MO and is found there after that.   Note in Cedar County when Thomas died, most of his children were in Arkansas.   --   1866 - April 17 Probate of Thomas K. Young.   In the matter of Thos K. Young Estate, John Kennedy says that to the best of his knowledge and belief the names of the heirs of the said Thomas K. Young deceased and their plazes(sic) of residence are as follows: Roseanah Young the widow, Sofiah Serels, Wm D. Young, John Young, James Young, Eliza Young all in the state of Arkansas and Martha Davison in Polk County, MO that the said Thomas K. Young died without a will that he will make a perfect inventory of, and faithfully administer, all estate of the deceased, and pay the debts as far as the assets will extend and the law direct, and account for and pay all assets which shall come to his possession or knowledge. Signed John Y. Kennedy on April 17, 1886

McMinn was formed from Indian land in 1819

Deeds (great site loaded with information)

McMinn Deeds, starting 1874

McMinn Court Records 1820-1872

1828 - Isaac Martin Witt born this year in McMinn County.   His daughter (Amanda born 1851) married William Henry Lewallen (son of Wiley Lewallen)   in Alabama.

1830 - Wiley/Willie Lewallen in census with 2 males 0-5, one male 5-10, one male 20-30 (1800-1810),   two females ages 0-5, one female 5-10, one female 15-20, one female 20-30, one female 40-50 (1780-90)
NOTE:   Based on the ages of Wiley and his wife and the children, this was probably the Wiley and Mary born 1795 North Carolina although it isn't conclusive.   Wiley and Mary both have their birthyears as 1795 in the 1850 census and 1806 in the 1860 census.   Their first son, James Calvin, was born 1823 NC, their second (Henry) was born 1828 TN and the third (Jesse) born 1830 TN so the son's ages would have fit; we don't know about the females.   However, Wiley and his wife in this census would have been born 5 years prior to 1800 (1795) per 1850 census.   By 1838, Wiley and Mary were in Alabama where their next son was born.  
   Their neighbors in McMinn County were:   Ridgers (Rogers?), Owens, Dyer, Dennis, Chambers, Stickley??, Butter, Isham, Eubanks and Marlow
   Their neighbors in Alabama 1850 Alabama were:     Jane west at top of page - age 2
then William Isham with large family of 8 children and wife Sarah, then Wiley Luallen,
then Calvin Luallen age 27,   then Augustin Braswell ? ,   Robert C ----- ?,   Adam Morrison
then last on page reads Nancy Arnold
   So...the Ishams were shown as neighbors in 1830 and again in 1850 so this probably was the right Wiley Lewallen.   Calvin Lewallen married an Isham as his second wife.   The Ishams and the Lewallens moved into Bell County Texas eventually.   William Isham's wife was Sarah (born ca 1808) and some believe she may have been Wiley's sister.   From all indications, William Isham was born in McMinn County, Tennessee, 1808 which means they were not in North Carolina when Wiley and his family were so probably no previous connection to the Isham family.

1840 - Census shows Margaret Lewallen

1994 - Garand Lewallen (born Sept. 23, 1924, died Oct. 21; wife was Juanita M. born May 26, 1924.  

Created 1823 from Hardin county

1840 - Census shows David Young age 40-50 with 2 males 15-20, one male 20-30 and himself at 40-50 (1800-1810) two females 5-10, one female 10-15 and one female 20-30 and family.   Neighbors Smith, Thurman, Rea, Grayham, Ratliff

1846 - Thomas Marion Lewallen was born in Giles County and it's said that shortly afterwards, he moved to McNairy County. (Jay Lewallen's ancestor).   He's shown with his mother and brothers in the McNiece household in 1850 Mississippi.   According to his mother's application for a pension (Sallie, wife of Aaron Lewallen),   Aaron died a few months before Thomas Marion was born.

1850 - David Young in census, age 54 born 1796 Georgia, wife Francis age 50.
   Same page:  
         James Young 26 born Alabama, Carline 24, born Alabama, Adeline 4 TN, David 3 TN, and Martha 1 TN
         James F. Young 26 Alabama, Malvena 24 Alabama

1850 - Alexander Young, wife Elizabeth (Lewallen) moved sometime from this county to Caldwell County, KY

1860 - Census shows:
   David Young 64 (1806) Georgia, Fanny Young 59 N.C.
   Next door:
   Franklin Young 36 Alabama, Melvina 35, Samuel, Nancy, Lavina, and Samuel Graham
   James Young 35 Alabama, Ailey 30 TN, Adeline, David, Martha, Charlotte, Sarah, Nancy and William all born TN

1880 - Census shows T. M. Luellen (this would be Thomas Marion) age 33 TN, GA, GA
   C.A. 31 TN, IL, TN
   Sarah 74 (1806 mother) GA IL SC
   J. D. `` son, TN, TN, TN
   A.O. 9, Daughter TN, TN TN
   W. H. 8 Son TN, TN TN
   A. J? 4
   S. D. 3/4  
(Between 1885 and 1890 Sarah/Sallie had died and Thomas Marion Lewallen's family moved to Texas in Sept. 1890)

1884 - In Adamsville, Sallie Lewallen applied for a Widow's Pension.   Sarah's "Claim of Widow For Service Pension" application, original claim #43529, we learn:
   She applied while living near Adamsville, McNairy Co, TN on 18 June 1884 under the name of Sallie Lewallen (this is not her hand writing, all indications are that she could not write), at the age of 84.   She declares that she is the widow of Aaron Lewallen deceased, who is the identical Aaron Lewallen who served under the name of Aaron Lewallen as a Fifer in the company commanded by Captain ("I think") Coffee in the 3 Regiment of Regulars in the War of 1812, that the said husband enlisted in Franklin, Tenn. and continued in service for the term of five years and whose services terminated by reason of honorable discharge.   She then gives a description of her husband at the time of his enlistment; "about 20 or 21 years old a Farmer born in South Carolina. Hight about 5 ft 5 in. Hair black, eyes blue, complexion fair".   She further states that she was married to Aaron Lewallen on 13 January 1821 in Franklin, Williamson Co, Tennessee by Wm Brown, Justice of the Peace. (copy of marriage record included in file shows date of marriage as Jan 14th). She states she was Sallie Young prior to her marriage and that she had never been married before.   She states that her husband died in Nashville, Tennessee on 10 September 1846 and that she had not been married again.   She says that since his discharge from the Army, they have lived in Williamson Co, Tenn., Tuscumba, Ala.; Russell Valley, Ala.; Giles & Maury Co, Tenn; "then my husband died, & I have lived since in Giles & Lawrence Tenn; Miss; Ark; & Tenn."   She declares that she has made no application for pension prior to this one.  
   Henry Reddell a resident of Lawrence Co, TN, age 76 gave oath on 27 March 1885 that he has known Sallie Lewallen for 25 years and that she was never married again after the death of her husband.  
   The description of Aaron Lewallen as found in the records of Capt Seldons Co of Rifles on file in the office of the Adjutant General says he was 16 when he enlisted, occupation, farmer; 5 ft high, grey eyes, sandy hair, fair complexion; enlisted in Nov 1813 and discharged in 1818.   Another paper from the Adjutant General's office says he enlisted on Nov 8 or 18 1813 to serve 5 years.   In Oct 1815 Capt W. Morgan of the US Rifle Regt reports him present "learning music", transferred from the 24th US Infantry to the 2nd Rifle Regt- thence to the present corps.   A letter from the "Department of the Interior" Pension Office, dated 1 August 1884, is requesting official evidence that "Aaron Lewallen who is alleged to have been enrolled at Nashville, Tenn on the 18th day of November 1813 in Captain Sturgisiss Company of Col. 24 Regiment of USA and to have discharged at Ft. Armstrong on the 18th day of Nov 1818."
         A letter from the Tennessee Hospital for the Insane, dated 8 Feb 1885 to Mrs. Sallie Lewallen, says that they have no records of the old lunatic asylum and can not tell her where they are or if they were still in existence.
     The Department of Interior requested a copy of Aaron's signature and the names of his comrades in a letter dated 5 Feb 1885. On 7 March 1885 Sallie replied that Aaron could not write so she had no copy of his signature.   She said that three of his comrades were, Elijah Lewallen, his brother, Isam Young (no relationship given) and John Shering.   (Isham Young md Elizabeth Luallen in Williamson Co, TN, 1818)
   Included is another affidavit for Neighbors' and General Purpose which was signed by T.M. Lewallen and N.R. Reddell that they been acquainted with Sallie Lewallen widow of Aarron Lewallen from their childhood to this date and know that she has not remarried or cohabited with any man since their acquaintance with her and further state from hearing her acquaintances speak of her that she never has remarried since the death of her husband
(the above was prepared by Sue Cooper)

Formed 1796 and with Robertson County was originally known as Tennessee County.

Established 1817 from Anderson and Roane.   Per Everton's it was formed 1817 from Roane County

1811 - Per Rick Llewellyn, Anderson and Lucy (Rice) Lewallen were in tihs county from Wake County, N.C.   (Since this county wasn't formed until 1817, it would have been Roane in 1811)

1812 - John Lewellen was born Feb. 12, son of Anderson.   He died Nov. 16 1896 Shep, Taylor Co. Texas.

1819 - Timothy Sexton Sr and his wife and children moved here.   Timothy and his wife Ester Sisel   were married 1782 in York, S.C.   1800 they moved to Wilkes then Elbert Co, GA, then to Knox Co. TN.   In 1808 he surveyed land on the west side of New River opposite the mouth of the Buffalow in Campbell County.   In 1819 they moved to Brimestone Creek in Morgan County

1819 - Included as residents of Morgan County who signed a petition that requested the removal of the County seat date October 18, 1819:     Andy LUALLEN         Ab LUALLEN
Some of the earliest residents of Morgan County are signers to a petition that requested the removal of the County seat dated October 18, 1819 (note following spelling of some names).
Thomas Kindred, Henry spicer, James M. Danel, Wm Roach, John Williams, Joseph Ross, David B. Staples, Isaac A. Baldwon, John S. Sims, John Staples, Jonothan McPeters, John Laymance, Charles Wheeler, Jepthaea Duncan, Craven Duncan, Charles Barwick, Sherwood Reece, Joseph England Jr., John Stinecipher, Charles Williams, James Stewart, Martin Rector, Daniel Craig, John Williams, Eljah Prewit, Meshack Stephens Jr., Joseph Hicks, Ansil Adcock, Paul Daniel, ANDY LUALLEN, Robert McCartt, Peter Speere, Larking Web, John Web, Henry Niskles, William Web, Henderson Short, jacob Laymance, John M. DAVIS, Thomas W. Spicer, Henry Knickles, Pattricr Ross, John Dunkin, Aram, Paul Danell, John Bird, William Barwith, Samuel Hall June, Richard Daniel, A. M. Staples, Enoch Duncan, Brice Stewart, John H. Barwick, Sebryd England, John Stinecipher, Bary Thornton, William Stewart, William Eaton, Lewis Rector, Rheuben Williams, Mathias Williams, Andrew Prewit, Elijah Eaton, Levi Jones, Shadrack Stephens, Wat David, AB LUALLEN, John Dunlsin, James Roach, Andrew Shaven, Squire Hall, Stephens mcCoy, Martain Hall, Ezekeal Wilhite, Julius Wilhite, Benjaman Stinecipher, James Brasel, Joseph Stinecipher, John Williams, Meshak Stephans, John McComas, Jephta Burnett, Lewis Fairchiles, Nathaniel Melton,, Mathias Williams, Robert Williams, Aneel Adcock, Charles Pruit, Azra Stinecipher, Isom Melton, Willis Pruit, Azra Hicks, Usra Person, John C. Reese, James Davis, Sam Stinecipher, Daniel Stinecipher, John Stinecipher, Anders Prewitt, Meshack Stephens, James Burnett, Abram Justice, John Melton, Martin Melton, Thomas --- , Martin Brooks, William Jones, Benjamin Willliams, Abram Davis, joseph White, William Jones, Willie Jones, Robert Person.

1820 - Lucien Lewallen born April 10.   (Died Scott County)

1821 - 12 May   From Anderson LUALLEN   to Andrew LUALLEN. Consideration $150.   50 acres...on Wolf Creek...which tract of land was conveyed to the said LUALLEN by Nathaniel TAYLOR.   /s/ Anderson (hisx mark) LUALLEN.   Wit. Walter (his x mark) DAVIS, Benj. C. WHITE.   Ackenowledged July Term 1821. Registered 14 Dec 1821

1824 - In pursuance of an Entry made by Andrew LUALLEN of No. 91 For Twenty acres of land Dated the 12th day of July 1824.   I have Surveyed for the said county on Wolf Creek joining his other land...including his   house and improvement.   Surveyed 12 Aug 1824.   Walter DAVIS & Anderson LUALLEN, S.C.C.
1824 - In spursuance of an Entry made by Andrew LUALLEN of No. 100 for Twenty acres of land Dated the 17th   day July 1824 I have surveyed for the said Andrew LUALLEN Twenty acres of land in the Said County on Wolf Creek...line of a survey made in the name of Ezekiel WILHITE...including the Spring and a part of the improvement where Ezekiel WILHITE formerly lived. Surveyed 11th August 1824.   Walter DAVIS & Anderson LUALLEN, S.C.C.
1824 - Nov. 24 a survey for Walter Davis Luallen.   The land was located on Wolf Creek adjacent to entries made by George Gilmore and WILEY LUALLEN.   Chain carriers were WILLIAM and JOEL LUALLEN.     (From Wayne Lewallen in an e-mail Nov. 2, 2000:   "From an oral family history given by my gg-grandfather Andrew Russell Lewallen b 1849.   I should point out that Andrew was living at the same time and knew his grandfther Andrew L. Lewallen and Andrew L. was a son of Anderson and Lucy Lewallen.   They both died on Wolf Creek Morgan (later Scott) county, TN.   "Andrew states that Wiley was a son of Anderson Lewallen and had brothers John, Joel, William Andrew, Thomas, Jesse.   I should point out that I received this genealogy as 3rd generation info and cannot verify its accuracy."

1826 - John Andrew Young, born 1779 Pittsylvania County, VA. (not verified) died and is buried at Campbround Cemetery

1827 - In pursuance of an entry made by MATTHEW LUALLER ... for twenty-five acres of land at one cent per acre of No. 634 Dated 26th February 1827.   I have surveyed for MATTHEW LUALLER twenty-five acres of land in said county on the middle fork of Wolf Creek ... corner of a fifty acre survey of WALTER DAVIS ... Surveyed 14th August 1827.   ANDREW LUALLER & JESSE LUALLER, S.C.C.   Original Book B, page 18.
1827 - Wiley Lewallen and Anderson Lewallen involved in matter.   (Believe this info came from Wayne Lewallen, but can't find the document)   (researcher unable to find anything naming Wiley in Morgan County.)

1828 - Walter Davis and Andrew Lewallen to Jesse Lewallen, 26 Jan 1828, 50 acres Middle Fork Wolf Creek.  
1828 - ca.   Joel Lewallen (b 1803 Wake NC) married Rachel Taylor.   She was born June 29, 1798

1830 - Census shows William Lewellin with one male 10-15, two males 15-20, one female 50-60.   Neighbors:   Snow, Hill, Webb, Bagely, Griffith, Robins, Aaron Sexton, Andrew Parker, Timothy Sexton   (Note:   Timothy Sexton Jr. married Rhoda Griffith)

1831 - Walter Davis Lewallen was born April 4, son of Andrew L. and Malinda (Davis) Lewallen.

1832   - Anderson Lewallen died.   His and Lucy's marker, broken, was found in Glen Mary, Tennessee which is now Scott County.   (Anderson isn't shown in the 1830 census for Morgan County.   Scott County wasn't formed until 1849 from Fentress, Morgan and Anderson counties and Anderson Lewallen isn't shown 1830 in any of those.   He may have been living with someone else.
1832 - Timothy Sexton Sr. died June 18

1833 - Lucy (Rice) Lewallen died.   (see 1832 info above).
1833 - John Lewellen married Delilah Reed-Hatfield Morgan County.

1836 - Goodspeed Biography for Knox County:
John LLEWELLYN, farmer, was born January 19, 1836, in Morgan County, Tennessee, and is the third of eight children born to William L. and Nancy (Wallace) LLEWELLYN, natives of Virginia and Tennessee respectively.   William L. LLEWELLYN was born August 2,1809, and was brought to Morgan County, Tenn., by his father, Anderson LLEWELLYN, when about two years of age.   He was constable of Morgan County for several years, and since his removal to Knox County in 1862 has served his district as magistrate for several years.   His wife, and the mother of our subject, was born about 1811 in Anderson County, where she grew to womanhood. Our subject was educated by his father, and after assisting on the farm until twenty-four years of age, married Miss Elizabeth E. Shannon, a native of Morgan County, born in 1834, and the daughter of James and Mary Shannon, citizens of Morgan County, and both of purely Irish parentage.   The marriage of our subject resulted in the birth of six children: William A., Nancy Jane, John, B., Newton C., Charles S. and Freeman H. Mr. and Mrs. LLEWELLYN and four children are members of the Missionary Baptist Church, Mr. LLEWELLYN being a deacon at the same.   He was formerly a Whig, but is now a Democrat in politics.   By his own industry and good management he has accumulated considerable property, and now owns in one body a fine farm of 225 acres of land, well cultivated and well improved.   Mr. LLEWELLYN is giving his children good educational advantages, and be is also quite liberal in his support of all religious enterprises.   He donated the land upon which the Methodist Episcopal and Baptist Churches   were built near his farm, and besides gave considerable money.   He is a Master Mason, and an excellent citizen.

1839 - Campbell C. Lewallen was born Aug. 26, son of John and Deliah (Reed) Lewallen
1839 Millie Ann Young, daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth (Lewallen) Young, granddaughter of Andrew L. and Malinda (Davis) Lewallen was born.   She married her cousin, Campbell Lewallen 1865.

1840 - Census shows
   Andrew Luallen age 40-50, female 40-50 and children
   Joel Luallen age 30-40, female age 40-50 and children
   Wm. Luallen age 30-40, female age 30-40 and children
Neighbors of the above three include Potter, White, Jones, Kelley, Howard, Goddard, Webb
   Herrod Luallen,
   Jackson Luallen

1840 - Taxpayers include:
LEWALLEN, Andrew - 220 - $500 - $1.42
LEWALLEN, John - 105 acres - 175 - $1.08
LEWALLEN, Jack ? - 375 acres - $160 - $104
LEWALLEN, Matthew - 600 acres - $113 - $.84
LEWALLEN, Wm - 6,010 acres - $315 - $1.40

1840-43 - Madison Lewallen married Sarah Taylor and Rachel Taylor married Joel Lewallen ca 1828 (unconfirmed, info from GenForum)

1844 - Christina Lewallen m, 1844/45   to Robert Burg;   sued for divorce by next of kin and father, Joel Lewallen

1848 - Walter Davis Lewallen married Anna Brown October 5.   He was the son of Andrew L. and Malinda (Davis) Lewallen and was born Scott County April 4, 1831.   They lived in Wayne County, KY from 1856-1867.   Moved to Scott County 1867.

1849 - SCOTT COUNTY formed from Fentress, Anderson and Morgan counties

1849 - Andrew Russell Lewallen, son of Walter Davis and Malinda Davis Lewallen was born July 17.   See Scott County for other births.

1850 - Census shows:
   William Lewallen age 41, Nancy age 40, Anderson age 16, John age 14, Rebecca age 12, Charles age 5, William R. age 3, and Smith age 1
1850 - Taxpayers include:
1850 - Census shows:
   William Sexton age 60 (1790), Rhoda age 50, Solomon 19, Hiram 19, Wright 15, and Fiellding 12
(Note:   William served in the War of 1812 in Capt Tunnells Co Tn Mil. WO-9281)

1855 - William Young and Solomon Young both sold land that was part of John Young's land grant. In 1855 William Young and HEROD LEWALLEN, the husband of Phoeba Young, were administrators of John Young's estate.   (Note the 1860 Census for Scott County shows Solomon Young, wife Nancy and living in the household was Malinda Lewallen age 68.
1855 - 3 Oct. 1855, Jas. S. Duncan of Morgan Co. TN to Joseph Griffith of Scott Co. TN, $100, 400 acres on both sides Brimstone Creek, near ?Sophiah Griffeth's house, line of 5000 acre tract claimed by Montague, John Griffeth's corner, corner of 200 acre tract, including a tract sold by Cutberth Webb to Lane? SEXTON?, incl. where said Griffith now lives, per title vested in me on an entry made by Thos. J. Lea and Cutbert Webb on 30 May 1838 north of entry #2248; wit. John Triplett, William Griffeth

1860 - Andrew R. Lewallen married Nancy Peters Oct. 12.
1860 - Census shows William Lewallen age 50, nancy age 50, Charles age 15, William R age 12, Smith age 10, James H age 7.

1862 - William L. Lewellen (b 1809 Wake NC and d 1897 Knox TN) was constable.   They owned 300 acres in Morgan Co.

1865 - Campbell C. Lewallen (son of John and Delilah) married Malinda (Millie Ann) Young Oct. 12.   She was the daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth Lewellen Young and the granddaughter of Andrew L. and Malinda Davis Lewallen who were Campbell's aunt and uncle.   (Was this Morgan or Scott County?)
1865 - John Lewellen (b 1812 Morgan Co) married Emely Melinda Reed-Hatfield on Dec. 9; (He was married to   Delilah Reed-Hatfield previously.   John was an early settler in Taylor Co. Texas and was in Bell County before that.   Buried Bluff Creek Cemetery, Bradshaw, Taylor, Tex.

1869 - John Granville Lewallen born July 26

1872 - Lewallen, Charles H. Kicked To Death by a Mule.   (See 1850 census above for his parents and siblings..bh)
   We learned from a brother on the deceased that Mr. Charles H. Lewallen, of Morgan County, was kicked in the abdomen by a Mule on Saturday, March 23, receiving injuries from the effects of which he died on the night of the 24th, living only about 36 hours after the accident. Mr. L. went from Morgan to Kansas and being dissatisfied with the West returned to Morgan County and settled down to farm   about a year ago, and was in   comfortable circumstances. He was about 25 years of age and leaves a wife and five children. The deceased was a son of William Lewallen of this County, and his wife is the daughter of David Dickey, Esq., formerly of Beavercreek.

1874 - James H. Lewallen married Maary A. J. Henderson Feb. 18

1893 - Minor Lewallen married W. H. Wright Mar. 20

   Lewallen cemetery has six Lewallen graves. Andrew Russell Lewallen, 7-17-1849- 5-22-1937. Nancy Derick Carpenter Lewallen, 12-14-1841- 12-26-1914. Anna Brown Lewallen, 5-24-1833-8-29-1906. Estella C. Lewallen, 6-18-1877 - 6-9-1937. Walter Davis Lewallen, 4-4-1831 - 4-4-1896. Ollie Bell Parker, 1-28-1887- 6-19-1935. Ollie was the first wife of Ciceo Lewallen. This cemetery is on Nydeck Rd. Morgan Co