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Re: Ballew's in Burke Co., NC to SC to TN
Posted by: Gloria Hursey (ID *****6031) Date: May 18, 2002 at 22:22:26
In Reply to: Ballew's in Burke Co., NC to SC to TN by DDrinnon of 1449

I have some BALLEW in NC. to SC. to TN. If you should find a connection to them I would very much appreciate hearing of it.

Mr. BALLEW married Jane (unknown). She was born 1790 KY. according to the 1850 census.

Mr. BALLEW died in TN. 1825-1830. His widow is found head of household in the 1830 Knox Co., TN. census. Micajah BILIEU was living in Knox Co., TN. in that 1830 census.

Later in 1831, widow Jane (?) BALLEW married William EVERETT, and the family moved to Marion Co., TN. in 1832.

The children of Mr. BALLEW & Jane (Unknown) were:
John b. 1810-1816 NC., married 1838 to Milbrey (ROBINSON) and lived in Smith Co., TN. until 1848 when he moved to Christian Co., KY., then moved to MO. in 1853.

Eliza Ann b. 1821 NC/SC., married Nicholas "Bully" COX and moved to Missouri in 1848.

Robert Solomon b. 1821, married Tabitha(Robins/Roberts/Boyd) and lived in DeKalb Co., TN. until he moved to MO. in 1853.

Joseph b. 1825-1827, married Catherine (unknown) in Marion Co., TN. He remained in Marion Co., TN. until he moved to Indiana and had 2 children born there, 1866 & 1868, then moved to Red River Co., Texas.

I hope that we find a connection since our BALLEW lines seemed to follow the same migration to TN.



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