Terry Mason's Family History Site
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2313. William W. Overstreet
WIFE-CHILDREN-QUESTION: From Pixy-Lynn Overstreet: The interpretation of the will for William's father has led to a difference of opinion concerning the children and spouses listed on the family group sheet. I do not believe that William W.'s wife was Elizabeth Chilton. I believe her name was Mary Liza (Mary Elizabeth) Chilton, daughter of William and Elizabeth Chilton. See notes for Mary Liza Overstreet to see further explaination.
CHILDREN: After William's death his two daughters could be found in the family listings for the federal census residing with their uncle, George Washington Overstreet.
4060. Sarah E. Overstreet
During the taking of the 1900 Clay Co., Tn. census Sarah, or Sallie, as she was known, was living with her siblings, Thomas and Eula. Her birthdate is listed as Sept 1846. The date of Sep 1853 appearing in the IGI information is in error. The date shown matches the information she gave to the census taker in 1900. Pg. 99 of the Cemetery book also states that she was born in 1846, and she is listed as Sallie E. Overstreet.
4061. Thomas Lafayette Overstreet
CENSUS: In the 1900 Clay Co., TN living with his siblings, Sallie and Eula. He does not, however, appear in the 1910 census.
4062. James E. Overstreet
CENSUS: pg. 148 of Clay Co., TN 1880 census has him listed as being 32 years old. That would make him being born in 1848, not 1852.
4063. John S. Overstreet
CENSUS: pg. 148 of the 1880 Clay Co., TN census book has him still living with his parents in Clay Co. for the taking of the census.
4064. Eula Lee Overstreet
Eula was still single at the time of the 1910 census. She was a boarder at the home of Eugene Marcom's family. She lived near her brother, William and his family. She gave her age as 48 years.
CENSUS: 1900 Clay Co., has Eula living with her siblings, Sallie and Thomas L. Overstreet. Since those two do not appear to be included in the 1910 census, it is possible they were deceased.
2318. William Preston Overstreet
He was a Justice of the Peace in 1868 in Overton Co., Tennessee.
First known mention of his marriage to Nancy Nevins is: Overton Co., TN Deed Book I, pg. 461. Deed dated 23 Feb 1840.
2321. William C. Sevier
SOURCE: John Sevier (aka Jack) ledger book stated that this family moved to Missouri in 1856.
2322. Elizabeth Catherine Sevier
SOURCE: John Sevier (aka Jack) ledger book of family information states that Elizabeth married in 1835, not 1836.
Source cited above also states that this family moved to Missouri in October 1855.
2323. Joseph Windle Sevier
SOURCE: John Sevier (aka Jack) ledger stated that Joseph and family moved to Missouri in Sept 1855.
2326. James Jourdan Sevier
SOURCE: John Sevier (aka Jack) ledger book states they had another child, born Spring 1857. The source also states that this family moved to Missouri in 1856. James was granted land on 15 January 1858 and his wife died in 1863 and he died in 1865.
2328. George Washington Sevier
CENSUS: pg. 157 of 1880 Clay Co.,TN shows his son, George Washington Sevier living with his mother and stepfather. His mother is married to John A. French, age 50, from Tennessee.
Eliza Ann Davidson
CENSUS: pg. 157 of 1880 Clay Co.,TN has her listing. She is married to John A. French, age 50, from Tennessee. Her son, Mr. French's step-son, George W. Sevier, age 17 is living with them at the time of the census.
4107. R. B. Sevier
Source states that she was "dead born".
2329. Riley Samuel Cowan
DESCENDANTS: The descendants for Riley were provided to T.Mason 7Feb2001 by "Edna Huber"
1830 Clay Co., IN, p. 264
1837 Tishomingo Co., MS, census
1840 Franklin Co., AL, p. 232
1850 Spadra Twp., Johnson Co., AR, p. 165B
1870 Newton Co., AR, census
Info from Family Bibles.
He served as Justice of the Peace.
He was the Postmaster at Moonhull AR.