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Re: Jarretts of Lincoln County
Posted by: Amy Robinson Brown Date: March 30, 2000 at 11:20:09
In Reply to: Re: Jarretts of Lincoln County by Jerome Tew of 2014

Jerome,
Sorry, I don't have a Hannah Jarrett.

As for the parents of John Jarrett that married Elizabeth Fisher, they were not Daniel and Sousanna Weaver. Daniel Jarrett (b ~1747) m Catherine Moyer/Meyer. Samuel Jarrett (b~1730) m Sousanna Weaver. My 'best guess' on the parents of this John Jarrett (b 1758) are Phillip Jarrett and his wife Anna Sybilla ?. There are three things which lead to this 'guess', a quote from History of Grace Lutheran Church by Yoder, p. 4. "I will now speak of John Jarrett, who came from Rowan County..." , a deed from Phillip "Lincoln Co, NC Deed Book 19, p. 363. 7 Jan 1800. Philip Jarrett (Lincoln Co) to John Jarrett (same) (note: the '1758' John or his son John?); for L50 NC Money sold 159 acres; border: James Wilson, George Shook, Philip Anthony and Solomon Deitz. Signed Philip Jarrett. Witness Henry Lince and Thos Wilson. Wit. oath Jan 1800 by Henry Lince.", and a census record: 1790 NC Census, Rowan Co,p. 173. Phillip Jarret, 3M 16+, 2F.


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