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Re: Migration Out of Cabarrus1805-1840?
Posted by: David Cagle (ID *****0032) Date: December 07, 2002 at 15:10:34
In Reply to: Migration Out of Cabarrus1805-1840? by Susan Grills of 981

Looks like I am a couple of months late to enter this discussion. My Cagle family moved form Cabarrus Co., to Hardin Co., TN between 1820 and 1832. They didn't all arrive at the same time. There were also Polks, Freemans, Shelbys, Callens, Bains and others. George Wilson Blackwelder, 1838-1862, who married my relative, arrived in Hardin County in the late 1850's. Our county was not open for settlement until an 1819 treaty with the Chickasaw Indians. All of West Tennessee was opened at that time. North MS was not opened until ca 1836.


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