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Re: Stuarts in Buncombe Co 1790- now
Posted by: Teresa Stuart de Rios Date: September 20, 2000 at 13:31:03
In Reply to: Re: Stuarts in Buncombe Co 1790- now by Rebecca of 1447

Rebecca, my earliest Charles that I know of was born abt 1770, there were quite a bit of Charles Stewarts in my line. I will sen you via email to family tree of Nathaniel, it may have some flaws but it is more or less accurate. By the way I got it off Marty Grant.com 2 years ago, and he no longer has it listed. My Stewarts were in Henry, Patrick, Grayson, and Carroll County, Va since 1778, and Nathaniel Stewart was in Surry County, Nc since at least 1774, and is in the Tax list for 1774. Nathaniel wand brother Edward went to Greenville County, Sc in 1800, by 1810 they are in Buncombe County, Nc and are listed on the census of Buncombe County. Nc. The Brittains and Prathers were neighbors in Sc to the Stewarts. Nathaniel was the son of my GGGGGgrandfather John Stewart 1728-1806. John Stewart did not live in Surry County, Nc until about 1794, before this date he was in Henry and Patrick County, Va. Nathaniel's son Cahrles moved to Buncombe County abt. 1814, from Patrick County, Va. My Stewarts in Buncombe migrated to Haywood, Henderson, Macon County, Nc and Polk County, Tn, and Gilmer , Fannin County, GA also. Nathaniel's oldest son Hamilton moved to Hawkins County, Tn by 1800 and died in Franklin County, Tn around 1834. Teresa Stuart de Rios


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