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Any records for McTeer 1803, Monroe Co, TN
Posted by: Irene McTeer Hunt (ID *****5423) Date: November 03, 2003 at 18:10:05
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Robert & Matilda (?) McTeer m abt 1828 in Monroe County, TN. Their 1st child, James Martin b 18 Jun 1829. They had a 9 children total all b in ,Monroe, TN. In 1850, they lived in District 12. Where is District 12? They might have lived near Madisonville as farmers.
I understand the county court house burned down in 1850. Are there any records available for the years 1803 to 1850? I am looking for any recording of the children's births or Robert & Matilda's marriage. His parents were from VA but must have lived in TN as Robert was b TN. They may be buried in Monroe County.
I was told that Matilda's maiden name might have been HICKS. No proof, just a surmise.
Elizabeth McTeer married Oliver Miller STONE in the Monroe Co., before the McTeer family, including Oliver & Elizabeth, moved to Washington County, Arkansas. Robert moved to Linden/Sparta area of Christian Co., MO at the start of the Civil war.
Oliver & Elizabeth STONE moved into Johnson Co., MO.
Robert & Matilda MCTEER are my g-grndprnts and are my brick wall.

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