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Friday, September 14, 2007

Revoluntionary Warrents : Tennessee

Pioneers Of Davidson County, Tennessee

Records from State and County Archives, Revolutionary Warrants, Page 47

No. 386. Heirs of Brinson Jones, a corporal in the line of this state; 360 acres within the limits of land reserved by law for the officers and soldiers of the Cont. Line; issued 3 Aug. 1820. Lawrence Cherry purchased the warrant from Thomas Jones, Silas A. Jones, Rueben Farrow, Rebecca Farrow, and Permelia Lee Brook of Hide Co., N. C., heirs of Brinson Jones, revolutionary soldier, on 17 July 1820, with William Harrell and Benjamin Neal as witnesses. On 19 July 1820 Soloman Jennett and Pembroke Jennett of Hide Co., N. C. heirs of Brinson Jones, acknowledged the sale, with William Harrell and Nathan Jennett as witnesses.

"Pioneers Of Davidson County, Tennessee", originally published as part of the series entitled "Tennessee Genealogy Records, Nashville, 1965 Reprinted: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland 1979 Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 79-500041 International Standard Book Number 0-8063-084-0



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