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Re: John Cave,1880, Christian County, MO
Posted by: Tharell Morrow (ID *****6343) Date: June 14, 2006 at 16:09:55
In Reply to: Re: John Cave,1880, Christian County, MO by brian futrell of 1277

I don't know if there could be relationship to Hale through our Jane Talbot/Tolbert. I believe Hales are interrelated to the Mathew Talbot Line and these were around
Southern VA and NC. I have a sister-in-law of this line.
Interesting to ever find our Talbot/Tolbert line and this
could be a link. Jane was wife of John Cave, Jr. and they
married 1819 I think, in Surry County, NC before removing
to Roane County, TN. One death record on son of John shows
him as being born in Franklin County, KY which I would sure
like to know about as some of the Cave family from Va were
in KY early. Possibly John and parents could have been there and then went down to NC for some reason, though indian problem was not so bad by 1795 in KY or at least I
don't think they were still so bad there. There could have
been many reasons for them moving about as it seems to me that our ancestors were not jet setters, but the equivelent
of such in wagon and horseback days. I have found a John
Cave in 1805 Anderson County, TN Tax list which could be ours and he went back into NC where he married then went back to TN, either he or his father, John Cave, SR. John
Cave, Sr. was with a younger son in NC 1850 Census. Again,
I don't have this info. in front of me.

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