2 edition of Samuel Green Bell of North Carolina and Tennessee found in the catalog.
Samuel Green Bell of North Carolina and Tennessee
Leroy Carlisle Lewis
Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-220)
|Statement||by Leroy Carlisle Lewis.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B452 1987a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||89181342|
A J Briggs # North Carolina Dept of Public Safety & Corrections (NCDPS) Raleigh, NC A Eason Clayton #S Florida Department of Corrections (FL DOC). 11/28/, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Green Bell, then under Capt. Lemuel Ely. From Edgecombe County, NC. Budd, Samuel: 2nd NC Regiment: 11/22/, a 1st Lieutenant under Capt. Charles Allen. 9/9/, under Capt. Benjamin Andrew Coleman. POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), exchanged on 6/14/
1st Regiment of East Tennessee Volunteer Militia. September December Commanded by Colonel Samuel Wear reporting to General James White. The regiment participated in the destruction of Hillabee villages. The men were mostly from Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Carter, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier, and Washington Counties. – Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Phone Books. These phone books are exhibits F, G, H, and I in the case of State of Tennessee v. Quentin Hoover et al. This case was heard in Rutherford County’s Chancery Court. Each of the four books was printed and distributed by the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company.
North Carolina stopped issuing military land warrants after ceding her western lands to the United States Government in However, for warrants which had been issued prior , North Carolina continued to give grants up to about ; Tennessee honored the North Carolina warrants until considerably later. Edward Buncombe ( – ), Plantation owner from the Province of North Carolina who served as a colonel in the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War. He is the namesake of Buncombe County in western North Carolina. Member of Unanimity Lodge No. 7 at Edenton, North Carolina. His degree dates were 16 May, 26 May, and 3 June
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Samuel Green Bell of North Carolina and Tennessee: A genealogical survey and historical record of his life and the lives of his descendants and his ancestors Unknown Binding – January 1, by Leroy Carlisle Lewis (Author)Author: Leroy Carlisle Lewis.
Samuel Green Bell of North Carolina and Tennessee: a genealogical survey and historical record of his life and the lives of his descendants and his ancestors. [Leroy Carlisle Lewis] -- Samuel Green Bell was born ca. in Guilford Co., North Carolina.
He was the son of Samuel Bell Sr. (of North Carolina) and Jane Scott (of North Carolina). Research genealogy for Samuel Green Bell (Jane) of Guilford, North Carolina, United States, as well as other members of the Bell (Jane) family, on Ancestry®.Place Of Birth: Guilford, North Carolina, United States.
Samuel Green Bell, I b. Guilford County, North Carolina, USA d. Henderson, Tennessee, USA: MontyHistNotes. Samuel Green Bell died at the age of He is buried in Nebo Cemetery, Henderson Co., TN.
Samuel Green Bell (III) is the son of Samuel Green Bell (II) and Mary McFadden. He was born in Henderson County, TN.
He married Frances B. Montgomery on Febru Burial: Nebo Church Cemetery, Henderson. born: c - North Carolina died: after - Davidson County, Tennessee. Children of Robert Bell, Sr. and Mary Boyd Bell: 6. John Bell born: 9 December - Guilford County, North Carolina died: c married: 8 March - Tennessee wife: Sarah Bell born: c 7.
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An act of Congress of June 4, (43 Stat. ), established the Eastern Cherokee Enrolling. William Samuel Bell was born 22 March in Henderson Co., Tennessee. He was the son of Leander Bell and Nancy Ann Smith.
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Samuel BELL 42 (James, Samuel) was b44,45 about in Culpepper, Rutherford Co., Tennessee. Occ: Reverend. Notes from author's mother have this previously unnamed Rev. Bell as a circuit riding Baptist preacher to. the Cherokee people of Tennessee.
This may be when the family legend of Indian ancestry came about. Susan was born Decem in Nashville, North Carolina. She died at Rocky Mount, North Carolina on Their daughter: Fannie Bell Alford; b.
Octo ; d. Novem Fannie was born in Franklin County, North Carolina and died at Louisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina. The North Carolina militia units were first established in by the Third North Carolina Provincial Congress on the eve of the American lly, the militia units were centered on the 35 counties that then existed in the Province of North units fought against the British, Loyalists, and Cherokee Native Americans that aligned themselves with British forces.
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