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Re: Frederick Yearwood/Jenny Jemima Haskins
Posted by: Margaret Hutchinson (ID *****1867) Date: June 15, 2003 at 09:49:39
In Reply to: Frederick Yearwood/Jenny Jemima Haskins by Mary Capps of 519

Descendants of Jenny Jemima Haskins


Generation No. 1

1. JENNY JEMIMA1 HASKINS died 1847 in Mt. Vernon, Jefferson Co., IL. She married FREDERICK YEARWOOD Abt. 1795 in Lincoln Co., NC, son of WILLIAM YEARWOOD and UNKNOWN WALLACE. He was born Abt. 1770 in Lincoln Co., NC, and died April 1821 in Rutherford Co., TN.

Notes for FREDERICK YEARWOOD:
WILLS AND INVENTORIES OF RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TN

Book 5, Pg. 139 An inventory of the estate of Frederick Yearwood, deceased, sold by his administrators on the 2nd April 1821, as returned to June term 1821. Several purchasers including William Yearwood, Aaron, Jane, and John, and A. Signed by Aaron Yearwood and Jesse Brashear, administrators. Recorded 24th Nov 1821.

Book 5, Pg. 305 We have met and settled with Aaron Earwood, administrator of Frederick Yearwood, deceased, and find several notes on several persons listed. Total of vouchers $142.53 3/4. Signed by John L. Jetton, Jordan Williford and (illegible) Goodloe, Commissioners. Recorded 17 June 1823.




More About FREDERICK YEARWOOD and JENNY HASKINS:
Marriage: Abt. 1795, Lincoln Co., NC
       
Children of JENNY HASKINS and FREDERICK YEARWOOD are:
       i.       WILLIAM F.2 YEARWOOD, b. 1800, Lincoln Co., NC; d. 1867, Jefferson Co., IL.
       ii.       JOHN YEARWOOD, d. 1822, Rutherford Co., TN.

Notes for JOHN YEARWOOD:
WILLS AND INVENTORIES OF RUTHERFORD COUNTY, TN

Book 5, Pg. 204 A true inventory of the estate of John Yearwood, deceased, as come to the hands of this administrator. Several items sold, one colt to Wm. Yearwood for $8.00, one debt due from Aaron Yearwood for $30, one debt due from Robert Yearwood for $20. Signed by Robert Goodloe, admr. Recorded 8th Nov 1822.



       iii.       JOSEPH YEARWOOD, b. 1795, NC; d. 1795, NC.
       iv.       ROBERT A. YEARWOOD, b. November 20, 1805, Lincoln Co., NC; d. March 15, 1894, Mt. Vernon, Jefferson Co., IL.
       v.       AARON YEARWOOD, b. 1798, NC; d. 1899, Jefferson Co., IL; m. SALLY WEBBER, December 29, 1821, Rutherford Co., TN.

Notes for AARON YEARWOOD:
Aaron YEARWOOD
Aaron YEARWOOD came in December 1826. He was accompanied by his mother, with her two sons, Joseph and Robert, and by his brother William. With William came his wife's sister Betsy, now Mrs. WATSON. The father of these three ladies, Robert RANKIN, Sr., came a year or so later, and after a short stay, went to Shelby County, but left here
his son Robert and Mrs. Robert YEARWOOD. Old Mrs. YEARWOOD'S husband's name was Frederic; she herself died in 1847. The next fall after Aaron's arrival, 1827, James SURSA, who's wife was sister to his wife and to Ward WEBBER, came out with his brother Jack SURSA. These men and one daughter were the children of Richard SURSA, who died in the War of 1812. Benjamin WEBBER came with the YEARWOODS, married a WILKERSON, and settled at the JORDAN or Coley SMITH place on Seven Mile Creek. Ward WEBBER and John came three years later, 1829, the latter settling in the edge of Wayne County, while Ward located where Daniel BARFIELD afterward lived. Daniel was step son to James SURSA. About the same time, 1829, William BYERS came to the place still known as the "Old BYERS place." Mrs. BYERS - "Aunt Nancy" - was sister to old Mr. YEARWOOD. BYERS had a daughter already married to Joseph BROWN. Pete BRUCE, or Armstead W. and Moses BAUGH, took one each, and the last girl (we suppose not finding a B. to suit her) was married to Fountain GARRISON. He and James GARRISON came in 1827, and James died of small pox a few years ago. James married a WIMBERLY; in two or three years after coming out , F. died.

Source: "History of Jefferson County, Illinois" Wm. Henry Perrin 1883
Submitted by Submitted by Sharlet Bigham LaBarbera Dec 1, 1997


More About AARON YEARWOOD and SALLY WEBBER:
Marriage: December 29, 1821, Rutherford Co., TN

       vi.       FREDERICK YEARWOOD.
       vii.       LUCY YEARWOOD.


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