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Re: Plumley's in North Carolina 1778 - 1798
Posted by: George Sisco (ID *****2809) Date: April 12, 2003 at 13:37:36
In Reply to: Plumley's in North Carolina 1778 - 1798 by Wally Plumley of 684

The information you have posted for the early members of the PLUMLY family is really great!

Your question about the PLUMLY/DENTON relationship is the reason for my response. Actually, WILLIAM PLUMLEE, born 1728 in Dunmore Co., VA and died in 1826 in Knox Co., Tennessee, married PHOEBE DENTON, born 1737 in Shenandoah Co., Virginia. PHOEBE was a daughter of ABRAHAM & MARY (O'DELL) DENTON.

WILLIAM & PHOEBE were married in 1762 in Virginia. They were the parents of Abraham, Denton, John, Stephen, Isaac and Martha or Patsy. This family moved thru North Carolina to get to Tennessee. Their 3rd child, John, married Elizabeth Neill and moved to Clay Co., Tennessee. Isaac, their 5th child, married Margaret Bradshaw and moved to White Co., Tennessee. Not much is known about the other children and their offspring. The DENTON family seemed to live near the PLUMLEE families in many locations over the years and the DENTON name was certainly handed down from generation to generation in naming the children. It is still used today in the latest generations of offspring.

Have you ever found any more information on Jackson C. Plumlee?

Take care.

George Sisco

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