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Terry Mason's Family History Site

Major lines: Allen, Beck, Borden, Buck, Burden, Carpenter, Carper, Cobb, Cook, Cornell, Cowan, Daffron, Davis, Downing, Faubion, Fauntleroy, Fenter, Fishback, Foulks, Gray, Harris, Heimbach, Henn, Holland, Holtzclaw, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lewis, Mason, Massengill, McAnnally, Moore, Morgan, Overstreet, Price, Peck, Rice, Richardson, Rogers, Samuel, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Wade, Warren, Weeks, Webb, Wodell, Yeiser.

 

Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Thomas R Burden

Listed as a stepson to James Norton, husband of Nancy Burden, in the 1880 U.S. Census of Cooke county, Texas.


Mary Warren

Mrs. Mary Musgrove, shared in the distribution of her father's estate, Barton Warren, 6 Jun 1758, Charles Co., Maryland

Mary Musgrove was granted letters of administration on the estate of her deceased husband, Harrison Musgrove, with Notley Warren and John Warren offering bond., 29 Apr 1760, Charles Co., Maryland. Estate of Harrison Musgrove; final settlement was made by her as Mary Musgrove, and showed distribution to her and unnamed children on 15 May 1762, Charles Co., Maryland.


Mary Warren

Mrs. Mary Musgrove, shared in the distribution of her father's estate, Barton Warren, 6 Jun 1758, Charles Co., Maryland

Mary Musgrove was granted letters of administration on the estate of her deceased husband, Harrison Musgrove, with Notley Warren and John Warren offering bond., 29 Apr 1760, Charles Co., Maryland. Estate of Harrison Musgrove; final settlement was made by her as Mary Musgrove, and showed distribution to her and unnamed children on 15 May 1762, Charles Co., Maryland.


Colonel Robert Warren

http://www.warrenfamilyhistory.com/Docs/Warren%20Family%20in%20America.htm

ROBERT WARREN
    Born September 6, 1742, in Charles County Maryland. On his D.A.R. marker at Louisville, Blount County, Tennessee is July 14, 1745 - October 7, 1826. He served as a Private in the Continental Line of Virginia during the War of the American Revolution. He married first in Charles County, Maryland, to Martha Briscoe daughter of William Briscoe and Ann Dent, second to Parmelia Love, December 27, 1767, third to Mary Law, who died by 1824. Some references list only two wives and two sons who died in their youth; Barton Love, born August 15, 1770, died 1797, and Humphrey.  During dam construction by T.V.A. for flood control of the Tennessee River, Ft. Loudon Lake covered the family cemetery.  Robert's stone and a shovel full of his remains were moved to the Louisville Community Cemetery and placed in a plot with other family members.  From the Sevier Family History it is stated Robert Warren left Charles County, Maryland after 1765 but early in life lived in Virginia until after the Revolution.  He is accepted as a Virginia Revolutionary soldier by the DAR, based on reference 8-C-200, Williamsburg, Wednesday, 12th June 1776: “Ordered that a warrant issue to John Pendliton for use of Robert Warren, for three pounds, nineteen shillings, and six pence, for provisions furnished Captain Stephens and Captain Hayes, their companies.”  8-C-225, Williamsburg, Thursday, June 27, 1776: “A warrant to Robert Warren for 2.9.6. for removing cannon from New Kent Court House to Cumberland Town,” New Kent County.  Also, the records of the distribution of certificates for the balance of full pay agreeable to the Act of the Assembly passed in November 1781.  The record lists him as a soldier in the infantry.  James Driver received his pay of 36 pounds on January 24, 1783.  James Driver served in the 11th and 15th Regiments of the Virginia Continental Line.  The 1850 Census of Clay Co. Kentucky, stated that Robert’s daughter, Susannah, was born in 1779 in Virginia.  Robert came to Greene County, Tennessee in the 1780’s.  The village of Warrensburg, about 17 miles southwest of Greeneville on the Little Chucky Creek, is situated on his land grant, which adjoined Col. Henry Conway’s land.  It appears that the Warrens, Conways and Loves all came to Greene County about the same time and had known each other previously.  The Conways and Loves had probably first known each other in Fauquier County, Virginia by the time of the Revolution. There are many Robert Warren land transactions listed in the Greene County deed books and from these it is shown he was taxed on 512 acres on Jan. 25, 1809 and three black polls.  He moved to Blount County, Tennessee between Jan. and Nov. 1809.  The children of Robert Warren who were living in 1826 and were listed in his Blount County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, page 160.   
Robert Warren's children as found in his Will are now listed 1-19 in blue.

BIRTH: Also shown as Born 6 Sep 1745