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Tennessee Motterns
Posted by: Hugh Mottern (ID *****1409) Date: July 12, 2002 at 06:00:23
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For those interested in the Tennessee Motterns I have a database at The database is "mottern"

Also I have recently written a book on the Tennessee Motterns which is available for those interested. All the Tennessee Motterns are descended from John Nicholas Mottern who migrated from Berks Co, PA to Sullivan Co, TN in the late 1780's. He settled near Bluff City and is presumed to be buried there at the family cemetery. He married Margaretha? He had the following children:

Susannah, m. George Goodman

George, b. 1782 in PA?, d. bef 1850, m. Susan

John, b. abt 1785 in Sullivan Co, d. 6/13/1858 in Carter Co,TN, m. Sarah Hart 8/16/1805.

Mary, b. 1787, d. 1850, m1, John Colbaugh?, m2 William Carter

Nicolas, b. 4/17/1788 n Sullivan Co, d. 9/24/1868 in Sullivan Co, m. Elizabeth Hobaugh

Catharine, b. abt 1791 in Sullivan Co, d. 7/1859, m. Richard Miller

Henry, b. abt 1794 in Sullivan Co, d. abt 7/25/1855 in Marion Co, IA, m1 Margaret Range 3/9/1817 in Carter Co, TN, m2 Mary Bullington 6/28/1838 in Parke Co, IN, m3 Mary Ann Plummer 5/31/1855 in Marion Co, IA

Cristina, b. abt 1800 in Sullivan Co, d. in Gascanade Co, MO, m. Moses Blevins

Hugh Mottern

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