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Re: Samuel Vermillion b. abt. 1800
Posted by: Douglas Vermillion (ID *****9993) Date: September 03, 2004 at 19:08:43
In Reply to: Re: Samuel Vermillion b. abt. 1800 by Suzanne(Vermillion) Carter of 1041

I have very little information on Samuel Vermillion (b. 1755) and only have verified the existence of one child, James D. Vermillion. I have a Guy Wilson Vermillion in my data base, but he was born in Missouri between 1865 and 1870 the son of Albert Weston Vermillion (b. 1843) and Martha E. Alvis. Samuel is an elusive character, moving back and forth between Buncombe Co. and Rutherford Co., North Carolina and Weakley Co.,Tennessee several times, and though I have never verified it I believe he was likely married at least twice. Currently, I can verify only a wife named Nancy (surname unknown) who was born in Macon County, NC. I'm not even certain she is the mother of James D.
I found her in the 1850 Weakley Co., TN census, living with four children -- Crockett, Francis Martha and Nancy -- but there is no Guy Wilson among the children I have thus far found. I do know that Samuel and Nancy were NOT living in the same household in 1850 because Samuel did not appear in the census yet he applied for and received his Revolutionary War veteran's pension in 1854 and died in 1855.
That is about all I can tell you. I hope you find your connection, and if you do find anything at all feel free to contact me as I may be able to provide more genealogical data to add to your findings.

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