Jonathon A. Proctor was born circa 1784 in NC.1,2,3,4,5 Jonathon A. Proctor married Sarah Cutchin, daughter of Samuel Cutchin and Mourning Hudnall, on 8 Mar 1808 in Edgecombe County, NC.6 Jonathon and Sarah became the parents of Unknown female Proctor between 1808 and 1810 in Edgecombe County, NC. Jonathon A. Proctor was enumerated as the… Continue reading When A Will Doesn’t Exist-Jonathon A. Proctor and Sarah Cutchin
My grandfather was by far my favorite ancestor. Born in 1905, my grandfather was the oldest of his siblings. He met my grandmother when he went to her house to pick her sister up for a date. Granny opened the door and my grandfather fell in love with her. He took the sister on a… Continue reading Oh, the Candy Man Can….
This is a map of a possible migration route of George L. Gee. Assumed migration route of George L. Gee and his wives, Sarah Rash and Mary Taylor. George L. Gee was born in 1816 in VA. His parentage is unknown at this time. There were lots of Gees in the Lunenburg County, VA area… Continue reading George L. Gee
Keziah "Kezzie" Gambill, daughter of John Gambill and Sarah Kimbro, was born 12 March 1806 in Rutherford County, TN.2,3,4,5,6,7 Based on a source of information that may not be reliable, it is possible that Keziah "Kezzie" Gambill was born in 1808 in TN.8 9 Keziah "Kezzie" Gambill, Frances Permelia Gambill, Charlotte Gambill,… Continue reading Keziah Gambill Brown -3rd Great Grandmother
John Gambill, son of Bradley Gambill and Susanna Unknown, was born circa 1771.1,2,3,4 John Gambill married Sarah Kimbro, daughter of William Kimbrough and Elizabeth Gooch, on 1 November 1798 in Davidson County, TN.4,2 Article I, section 2, of the U.S. Constitution requires that a decennial population census, a nationwide enumeration or count of… Continue reading John Gambill (Gambrill) 4th Great Grandfather
Bradley Gambill was born circa 1751.1 Bradley Gambill married Susanna Unknown. Bradley and Susanna became the parents of Elizabeth Gambill. Bradley and Susanna became the parents of John Gambill circa 1771.2,3,4,5 In 1772, settlers living south of the Holston River, on the Watauga and Nolichucky Rivers, within the boundaries of… Continue reading Bradley Gambill-5th Great Grandfather