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Re: John C. Pilgrim
Posted by: Nancy Bauder (ID *****8550) Date: July 06, 2006 at 17:58:31
In Reply to: John C. Pilgrim by Sharron Scott of 856

Sharron, I may have a breakthrough on John and Jane. In 1860 one of the daughters was living with an S. and E. Bailey, an older couple in Catoosa County. This is a Samuel and Elizabeth Bailey, married in 1816 in Carter Co TN. In 1850 (when Jane had just been widowed) they were in Walker Co with 4 children...Sarah abt 31, Benj 25, Catherine 19, and Elizabeth 12. In 1860, Benjamin is the only child still at home. A. (Nancy A.?) Pilgrim is living with them, age given as 13. All the Bailey children were born in Tn. Jane was supposed to have been born in Tn. The Baileys were in TN in 1838 when the youngest child was born.By 1840 Jane and John are in Floyd County GA with one or two children.
Jane names the first child Eliza Jane. Eliza later marries E. H.(or W.) Phillips. Little John age 10 is living with them in 1860. Mary A.E. has married Andrew Pangle and is living in Dade County (formerly part of Walker). So maybe our Jane is Jane Bailey. What do you think?
Nancy


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