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Re: York, Gore, Rose,Thweatt, Darnall.
Posted by: Bill Jones (ID *****2374) Date: September 07, 2007 at 20:16:15
In Reply to: York, Gore, Rose,Thweatt, Darnall. by Don Howell of 371

If you are around after 7 years I also would like to discuss the Jones, Gore, and Darnall line you have in your files. Strong possibility these three families came to the Calloway/Marshall section prior to 1830 from Todd County, Ky.
(See 1820 census Todd County, the year it was formed from Christion County). All three names lived as neighbors on Spring Creek about a mile west of present Tiny Town on the Kentucky/Tennessee line. They were Primitive Baptist and belonged to the Drake's Pond Church (Arm of Red River church in Robertson County, Tennessee)
I suspect James C. Jones was brother of Burell Jones (See 1850 census Marshall Co., Ky.) who were probably sons of Britian Jones who came to Christian County (Now Todd) prior to 1810. (If you look at the "Copy" of the 1810 census he will appear as BUTON Jones, but if you look at the actual census pages he will be "BRITON". I have also seen his name spelled as Britian, Britain, Britton, and Brittain.

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