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Descendants of Francis de Bourdon

Source Citations

2313. William W. Overstreet

11850 U.S. Census, M432_892 pg 72, 26 Aug 1850. "Wm. Overstreet 29 M Farmer Tennessee
Elizabeth Overstreet 21 F Tennessee
Mary Overstreet 5 F Tennessee
Susan Overstreet 1/12 F Tennessee."

2314. George Washington Overstreet

11850 U.S. Census, M432_892 pg 93B, 7 Sep 1850. "George Overstreet 27 M Farmer Tennessee
Lean Overstreet 25 F Kentucky
William Overstreet 5 M Tennessee
Sarah Overstreet 4 F Tennessee
Thomas Overstreet 2 M Tennessee
Joel Overstreet 18 M Farmer Tennessee."

21860 U.S. Census, M653_1267 pg 232, 21 Jun 1860. "George W. Overstreet 37 M Farmer Tennessee
Lean Overstreet 34 f Kentucky
Ambros Overstreet 16 M Tennessee
Sarah Overstreet 14 f Tennessee
Lafayett Overstreet 11 m Tennessee
James Overstreet 7 m Tennessee
John Overstreet 8/12 m Tennessee
Mary Overstreet 15 f Tennessee
Susan Overstreet 10 f Tennessee."

31870 U.S. Census, M593_1553 pg 342B, 26 Jul 1870. "Overstreet, Geo. W. 47 MW Farmer Tennessee
----------, Lean E. 44 FW Keeping house Kentucky
----------, Ambrose 25 MW at home Tennessee
----------, Sallie 23 FW Tennessee
----------, Thomas L 21 MW at home Tennessee
----------, James E 17 MW Tennessee
----------, John S. 10 MW Tennessee
----------, Eula Lee 8 FW Tennessee."

41880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255248 pg 300C, 1 Jun 1880. "Overstreet, G.W. WM 57 M Farmer Rhumatism Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Leeann WF 55 Wife M Keeping house Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
----------, Sarah WF 32 Daughter S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky
----------, James E. WM 26 Son S Works on farm Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky
----------, John WM 20 Son S Works on farm Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Ula WF 17 Daughter S Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee."

4060. Sarah E. Overstreet

11900 U.S. Census, T623_1562 pg 1A, 1 Jun 1900. "Overstreet, Sallie B. Head WM Sept 1846 53 S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky
----------, Thomas L Brother WM Sept 1848 51 S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky Farmer home
----------,  Eula L Sister WF Jan 1862 38 S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky."

2318. William Preston Overstreet

11860 U.S. Census, M653_1267 pg 182, 11 Jul 1860. "W. P. Overstreet 43 M Farmer Tennessee
Nancy Overstreet 38 F Tennessee
Robert B. Overstreet 19 M Tennessee
Elisabeth A Overstreet 17 F Tennessee
Martha J Overstreet 15 F Tennessee
Rebecca B. Overstreet 9 F Tennessee
John S. Overstreet 7 M Tennessee
Mary K. Overstreet 4 F Tennessee
Lucetta A. Overstreet 3 F Tennessee
Calvin W. Overstreet 1/12 M Tennessee."

21880 U.S. Census, FHF 1255248 pg 282A, 18 Jun 1880. "Overstreet, WP WM 63 M Farmer Tennessee Virginia Virginia
----------, Nancy WF 57 Wife M Keeping house Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Lucetta WF 20 Daughter S at home Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Calvin WM 19 Son S Works on farm Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Joanna WF 15 Daughter S Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
----------, Frank H WM 12 Son S Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee."

2326. James Jourdan Sevier

1U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907. Image.

2328. George Washington Sevier

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/198150549/george-washington-sevier. "He was killed by bushwhackers. His burial location is unknown.
His father was John (Jack) Sevier (1791-1875).
His mother was Rhoda Leann Overstreet (1792-1870).
He married Eliza Ann Davidson 4 Nov 1860 in Fentress Co TN.
The following is an entry from the Ledger of John (Jack) Sevier. The transcription appeared in the Fall 1985 issue of the Upper Cumberland Genealogical Association journal.

"G. W . Sevier was killed by the yankees Dec. 7. 1863 on Sulphur Creek, Ky. age 31 years 8 months and three days The son of John and R. L. Sevier left a wife and little son age upwards of 14 months old."

The following is an entry from the Mrs. Eliza French Bible. She was Eliza Ann Davidson Sevier French. She was married to George Washington Sevier. The transcription appears in the book Cumberland County Kentucky Bible Records compiled by Randolph N Smith 1983.

"George W. Sevier and Elizan Davidson was married the 4 day of Nov. 1860 in Fentress County Tenn. by Calvin Smith."

"George W. Sevier was borned April the 4th. 1832.
E. A. Davidson was born Sept. the 29th. 1835 and we were married Nov. the 4th. 1860."

"George W. Sevier was killed by the Yankees on the 7 day of December, 1863 on Sulphur Creek, Ky. Age__years, 8 months & __days belong to Southering Confederacy, son of John and Rhoda L. Sevier."." Image.

2329. Riley Samuel Cowan

1Cowan, Robert Harvey [ family records], 26 Feb 1946.

2FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6154499. "Note: His parents were: Samuel Cowan and Sarah Margaret Keith Cowan, and was the husband of Phoebe Acree Cowan. Riley was the 1st postmaster fro Moonhull, AR and was also Justice of the Peace for a number of years." Image.

31850 U.S. Census, M432_27 pg 166, 2 Dec 1850. "Riley Cowan 47 M Tenn
Phebe Cowan 46 F Ky
James M. Cowan 19 M farmer Virginia
Jasper W Cowan 15 M "   Miss
Elizabeth Cowan 11 F Miss
Polly Cowan 8 F Alabama
Robert Cowan 6 M Alabama
Isaac Cowan 4 M Alabama
Nancy Cowan 3 F Tenn."

Phoebe Acree

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6154496. Image.