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Re: ENOCHS,Mourning TN-LA
Posted by: Catherine Taylor Edwards Date: January 05, 1999 at 00:39:50
In Reply to: ENOCHS,Mourning TN-LA by Peggy Tebbetts of 350

Earliest ancestor of Mourning Enochs is:
Garrett Enochson b. before 1650, who (m) abt
1670, Gertrude (LNU). Their son Enoch Enochson, 1670-1737, (m) 1693 in Chester, PA
Lousanna Friend Laerson, b. 1671 (dau of Nils and Ann Laerson); Their son, John Enochson,
b. 1699 d. 1765 Rowan Co, NC (m) in 1729, Margaret Van Nimmer; their son, Gabriel
Enochs, b. 1741 d. 1821 Davidson Co., TN (m) 1760 in Rowan Co., NC, Mary Davis and moved
to Davidson Co. in 1797; Their 3 children that I know of are:
1. Robert H. Enochs b. 1773 NC (m) 6-15-1802 in Davidson Co., TN, Mary Ann Walker, b. 3-16-1782
(dau. of John Walker & Ann Barnett){I descend from their son Alfred Enochs}
2. Mourning Enochs, (m) 4-3-1805 in Davidson Co., TN, Charles Hayes
3. Marie Enochs (m) 1-12-1803 in Davidson Co., TN, John Walker II, b. 9-20-1777
(son of John Walker & Ann Barnett)
Hope this helps. I would like to have any descending info you have on Mourning. Didn't
have any idea what happened to her. There may be other siblings, I just haven't had time to
check. Pretty sure this is right as it came from the Walker/Enochs Family Bible in the
possession of a cousin of mine.


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