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Stewart County, Tn. Records, Deed Book # 1, covering the years 1804-1806, shows the name of Jeremiah as a witness to a deed. Deed to William Norred, Aug. 10 1805, 1,000 acres, south side of the Cumberland River.
Henry H. Norrid records Benjamin Franklin (1780) came to Smith (Overton) County as early as 1800. Edward, William and Jeremiah not until later on.
Stewart County, Tn. Record show at least three public records (from Whitley Genealogical Collection) showing the name believed the “first” Benjamin Isaac Norrod, father of Benjamin Franklin (1780), Jeremiah, William and Edward. Benjamin Isaac is listed in the Stewart County Tax Book covering the years 1808-1812. Stewart County Court Minutes Book for 1815 shows Edward Norred appointed by the court to administer the estate of Benjamin, who left no will. Bonded by Jeremiah and Aaron Causey. Thus making it would appear Benjamin Isaac (1735) died in Stewart County, Tn. In 1815.