Lincoln Dawson

M
Father*Creed Haskins Dawson b. 12 Apr 1818, d. 1897
Mother*Rachel Brewer b. 1823, d. 1895

John Dawson

M
Father*Creed Haskins Dawson b. 12 Apr 1818, d. 1897
Mother*Rachel Brewer b. 1823, d. 1895

Emory Dawson

M
Father*Creed Haskins Dawson b. 12 Apr 1818, d. 1897
Mother*Rachel Brewer b. 1823, d. 1895

Josiah Crittenden

M, b. 24 October 1789
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

John Crittenden

M, b. 23 December 1790
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Charles Crittenden

M, b. 11 January 1793
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Mary W. Crittenden

F, b. 15 December 1794
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Matthew Crittenden

M, b. 14 January 1797
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Samuel Crittenden

M, b. 24 December 1798
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850
Census DateLocation
1830Bartholomew, IndianaSamuel Crittenden was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Bartholomew, Indiana, Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2.

Martha Crittenden

F, b. 22 June 1801
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Nancy Crittenden

F, b. 16 August 1803
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850

Richard Hazelwood Crittenden Jr.

M, b. 7 January 1806
Father*Richard Hazelwood Crittenden b. 6 Mar 1761, d. 22 Jun 1841
Mother*Sally Tanner b. 30 Oct 1773, d. 1850
Census DateLocation
7 August 1820West Port, Henry, KentuckyRichard Hazelwood Crittenden Jr. was referenced on Richard Hazelwood Crittenden's household in the 1820 Census at West Port, Henry, Kentucky; Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 5
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2.
1830Bartholomew, IndianaRichard Hazelwood Crittenden Jr. was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census at Bartholomew, Indiana, Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2.
1840Johnson, IndianaHe was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census at Johnson, Indiana, Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 4
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 8
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2.

Child of Richard Hazelwood Crittenden Jr. and Rachel Singer

John Alexander Pryor Jr.

M, b. 11 March 1781, d. 23 January 1859
Father*John Alexander Pryor Sr. b. 1750
Mother*Martha Vaughan b. 1751
Census DateLocation
14 August 1850New Albany, Floyd, IndianaJohn Alexander Pryor Jr. was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census at New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, living next door to John Pryor, age 25.1

Child of John Alexander Pryor Jr. and Nancy Ann Tanner

Children of John Alexander Pryor Jr. and Mary Cole

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1850; Census Place: New Albany, Floyd, Indiana; Roll: M432_145; Page: 323B; Image: 59.

Martha Wooten Pryor

F, b. 1803, d. 1877
Father*John Alexander Pryor Jr. b. 11 Mar 1781, d. 23 Jan 1859
Mother*Nancy Ann Tanner b. 11 Oct 1783, d. 1803
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name16 October 1827As of 16 October 1827,her married name was Lattimore.

Children of Martha Wooten Pryor and Daniel Lattimore

Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr.

M, b. 9 November 1764, d. 19 August 1842
Father*Lucius Tanner b. bt 1725 - 1730
Mother*Mary Simpson
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationLucius Josiah Tanner Sr. was also known as Josiah.
  • Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. was born on 9 November 1764 also reported as 17 Nov 1764.
  • He was the son of Lucius Tanner and Mary Simpson.
  • Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. married Martha Tanner, daughter of Josiah Tanner and Martha Wooten, on 15 January 1793 they were first cousins, once removed.
  • Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. died on 19 August 1842 at Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, at age 77.
  • He was buried after 19 August 1842 at Mowrey Cemetery, Decatur, Indiana.
    Lucius Tanner tombstone
     LUCIUS TANNER, SR 1764-1842 - As regards the revolutionary service of Lucius Tanner, Sr., nothing is definitely known except upon his head stone where he and his wife Martha (daughter of Josiah) are buried is the inscription "Who served a short time in the Revolutionary War". He was born November 17, 1764, according to the date on his monument and the battle of King's Mountain on the line of the Carolinas was October 7, 1780. So he was nearly 16 years old at that time. The American Heritage book on the Revolution pp. 340 states "The patriots lacked organized armies but certain guerrilla activities hurt the enemy badly. Rebel raiders drifted out of dismal swamps to strike at dismal outposts, gobble up supply trains and wreck Tory formations, etc.". Francis Marion, the "Swamp FOX" that the British seemingly could not capture, and his group of patriots that appeared from nowhere and disappeared in like manner, had no uniforms except a tight fitting round cap with a crescent shaped badge pinned to it with the inscription "Liberty or Death" the motto of the South Carolina Militia. With the loose military discipline under General Gates before being replaced by General Green, many services might go unrecorded and the South Carolina Militia also had a loose set of records, all or this rather implied by the American Heritage Book. Josiah, being ten years older than Lucius Sr. was about 26 at the time of the Battle of King's Mountain and his service is well recorded as Lieutenant or Horse in Captain McBee's Company of Colonel Roebuck's regiment of Colonel James William's Forces. Lucius, Sr. and Martha are buried about four miles west of Greensburg in the Nowery Cemetery, a small cemetery with & stone wall around it, back from the road a piece and. not used now.
While on Hubert Tanner's way back to, Indiana from Florida several years ago, He stopped at New Castle, Henry county Kentucky (formerly Jefferson County) and went to the Court House to try to find just where Josiah Tanner located when he came to Kentucky. He did not locate any deed to Josiah Tanner; but they all located on or near the Little Kentucky River which is about eight miles west of New Castle, in Henry County. Hubert Tanner did locate this purchase of land by Lucius Tanner, Sr., in 1822 which was quite some time after landing in Kentucky, and he copied this as a whole on account of the crude description used in those surveys. Viz--Henry County, Kentucky, Now Castle, Deed Record #10, pp. 234. This indenture made this 6th day of July in the year of our Lord, 1822, between William Taylor and Suzannah Taylor, his wife of County of Shelby and Hubbard Taylor and Clarissa Taylor, his wife of the County of Clark, all of the State of Kentucky of one part, and Lucius Tanner of the County of Henry and State aforesaid of the other part:
WITTNESSETH: that the said William Taylor and Suzannah his wife and Hubbard 'Taylor and Clarissa Taylor, his wife for and in consideration of the sum of $550.00 to them in hand paid (receipt hereof is hereby acknow1edged) have granted bargained and sold to said Lucius Tanner and his heirs forever certain tract or parcel of land lying and situated in the County of Henry and State of Kentucky being a part of the Charles M. Thurston's 4000 acre survey on the waters of Little Kentucky which said tract hereby contains 100 acres and bounded as follows to Wit: Beginning at two beech and elm trees in division line of the heirs of Charles Thurston and with this line south 68 1/2° west, 113 poles to a beech thence South 2l 1/2° East 142 poles to the stone between two marked beeches, thence north 68 1/2° East 113 poles to two beeches and a walnut on north side of a branch thence north 2340 West 142 poles to the bringing together, with the appurtenances to have and to hold said tract or parcel of land together with all singular the appurtenances belonging or in any wise appertaining with Lucius Tanner and his heirs forever. And the said William Taylor and Hubbard Taylor do covenant to and with the said Lucius Tanner do warrant and forever defend the premises hereby conveyed or intended, to be conveyed unto him the said Lucius Tanner and his heirs against the claim of themselves and their heirs and all persons claiming the same, under by, or from or through them and against claims of all persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said William Taylor and Suzzan his wife hereunto set their hands and Hubbard Taylor and Clarissa Taylor his wife here unto set their hands and seals this 6th day of July 1822.

Recorded Dec. 24, 1822
Hubbard Taylor
Wm. Taylor
Clarissa Taylor

Lucius Tanner, Sr. sold this farm in Kentucky Deed Book 143 Deed of Lucius. and "Patsy" Tanner his wife, (same description) for $1700.00 to Abrahan Smith and the balance in 2 years Feb 11, 1831. They evidently lived on this farm 8 to 9 years but the three children were born prior to purchase of the farm, somewhere in Kentucky.

Deed Book No 2, pp. 265 Nathaniel Tracy January 30, l805 bought 300 acres in Henry County on the Little Kentucky.

Lucius Sr. moved from Kentucky with his family, wife and three children about 1831. Lucius Jr. thought they first stopped somewhere between Greensburg and Lawrenceberg, but as the McGannons came also from Kentucky and were located in Indiana prior to the Tanners, it may be that the Lucius Tanner, Sr. family stopped for a short time there near Dupont. Simpson Tanner entered his farm about five miles southwest of Greensburg the next year 1932, and Thomas McGannon the first son of Derby McGannon had married E1enor Tanner, daughter of Josiah 1813 so the two families were acquainted. This Elenor was an aunt of Calamatta McGannon that married Simpson so visiting between the two families resulted in the marriage of Simpson Tanner and Calamatta McGannon, the subject of this discourse and their descendents. Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. migrated in 1831 at Kentucky to, Indiana.

Children of Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. and Martha Tanner

Elizabeth Tanner

F, b. 28 January 1810
Father*Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. b. 9 Nov 1764, d. 19 Aug 1842
Mother*Martha Tanner b. 7 Aug 1777, d. 14 Jul 1851
     Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. witnessed the migration in 1831 at Kentucky to, Indiana.

Simpson Tanner

M, b. 30 May 1813, d. 2 November 1887
Father*Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. b. 9 Nov 1764, d. 19 Aug 1842
Mother*Martha Tanner b. 7 Aug 1777, d. 14 Jul 1851
  • Simpson Tanner was born on 30 May 1813 at Oldham, Kentucky.
  • He was the son of Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. and Martha Tanner.
  • Simpson Tanner married Calamatta McGannon, daughter of Zachariah McGannon and Lucie Coleman, on 1 September 1835 at Dupont, Jefferson, Indiana, reported as Jennings county, Indiana.
  • Simpson Tanner married Martha Ann Martin on 29 November 1864.
  • Simpson Tanner died on 2 November 1887 at Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, at age 74.
  • He was buried after 2 November 1887 at South Park Cemetery, Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana.
     SIMPSON TANNER- (Lucius Sr. and Martha Dau of Josiah) Simpson Tanner born in Oldham County, Kentucky May 30, 1813. Calamatta McGannon, his wife born in Kentucky June 15, 1818. Probably became acquainted as Simpson's Aunt Elenor married Calamatta's uncle Thomas McGannon or the whole families might have been acquainted in Kentucky as Derby McGannon moved to Indiana in 1819 while Elenor Tanner and Thomas McGannon were married in 1813, probably in Kentucky. Lucius, Sr. sold his Kentucky farm 183l and with his family moved to Indiana. Simpson entered his farm southwest of Greensburg Certificate No. 3, U.S. Entry, November 13, 1832 for the E of the NE of Sec 25 Twp 10 N R 8 E and all of N.W. of Sec 30 Twp 10 N R9E. This farm now belongs to Miss Helen Bussell, Greensburg, whose grandfather bought it of Simpson. Simpson's will executed 1-25-1887, probated 11-5-1887

Lucius, Jr. was born after his grandfather Lucius had died so did not talk much about him. Neither did he talk much about his father except small things that happened. He did state that his father was a large man and that when a boy he helped around the farm and assisted his father Simpson clear some land, sometimes piling up very large logs and burning them to get rid of them.. Just east of the farm where there used to be a mill and the Indians used to live there called Jaquneck Corner there was about 30 acres cleared. The rest of the land was native timber.

The two story brick house on the farm of Simpson was built about the year 1874-5 and the double and loft hewed log house with the later addition- frame house built on the west of it stood several yards to the west. Lucius Jr. never lived in the brick house nor did Calamatta, Simpson's first wife as she died in 18614. while Ira and Lucius Jr. were in the Army. It must have been well built for the floor of the side porch where we stood was of large slabs of stone about six feet long by four feet wide and probably six inches thick.. They looked like they would last forever. Simpson hauled the bricks for the house from Ohio. More interesting was the two story log barn with the puncheon floor-split logs with the flat side up. There was enough material in this barn to build six or seven barns the way they build them now. It looked like any barn from the outside for they had weather boarded the outside. There were three 80 acre plots in this farm and Simpson had another 80 farther west-near the Mowery Cemetery where Lucius Sr. and Martha his parents were buried, making 240 acres in all. Just east of the house was the Tanner School, originally wood and later built of brick. Not used as a school now. East of the School a pond which when frozen enough Was good skating. "Goose Pond College" this was called by some as geese were in the pond in the summer. Lucius, Jr. taught this school for one year after the war.

After visiting the Simpson Tanner farm and the Mowery Cemetery, a little west and north of the Tanner farm, we go to the City Cemetery where the Tanner plot is close to the front gate just to the left of the large monument in front of the gate. Here Simpson, his wife, Calamatta, Anna Doles, and Orlando Doles her husband, Lucy Jane and Sarah E. are buried. To the east and north of this plot in the newer part of the cemetery lie the graves of Achsah (Axie) Doles, her daughter Alma (Thompson) Wilhelm, and Alma's husband Fred Wilhelm. The lot belonged to Aunt Axie but the title was in Fred's name .

The following interesting story was told by Lucius Tanner, Jr. about his aunt Achsah Tanner, daughter of Lucius Tanner, Sr. and sister or Simpson.

Achsah who married John Wells, was born September 21, l814, and John had sold his farm in Indiana and was planning to move to Iowa. The money they received for the farm was all in twenty dollar gold pieces, how many was not said; but in those days travel was somewhat dangerous on account of holdups and robberies. So Achsah's mother, Martha, wife of Lucius, Sr. and daughter of Josiah, sewed those gold pieces in a petticoat, round and round so they would not fall out, and Achsah wore that heavy petticoat all the way to Iowa and arrived there safely with the money..

Another incident was told by Dr. Frank Lewis, now deceased, whose grandmother was a sister to Calamatta McGannon-Tanner. Thinks the McGannon that married Elizabeth Tanner was a Jack McGannon and went-to Minnesota near Rochester. He had one son killed by the Indians. A brother Tom (in Civil War) at that time dreamed about the Indians, sent the family to the blockhouse, and then went to look for his brother. He finally found him, dead, in the fork of a tree with nine dead Indians in front of him. Tom, thereafter, killed any Indians he saw.

Lucius Tanner, Jr. told of a conversation he overheard be-tween his father Simpson and his father-in-law Zachariah McGannon about the slavery question. Simpson was an Abolitionist and Zachariah a Democrat. He heard Zachriah say "Well he would not mind having a couple of them (Negroes) on his farm right now." They quit arguing after that.

Father Lucius Tanner, Jr. said that Walter (or Reuben) as Dr. Lewis thought had at least two sons, Tom a lawyer and an older brother, Zack.

The Simpson Tanner farm now owned by Miss Helen Bussell ,Greensburg, Indiana. Simpson's will executed l-25-l887, probated 11-5-l887.

Lucius Tanner Jr. saw Lincoln upon two different occasions. The first was when he had just enlisted and was on his way in Washington to join his company which was organized in Greensburg. The other time was when Lincoln was visiting the army with General Burnsides. The two rode by on horses, the General straight in the saddle, and Lincoln with his long legs too long for the stirrups and slightly humped over and with the plug hat. The soldiers said after they had passed "before and after taking". Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. witnessed the migration in 1831 at Kentucky to, Indiana.

Children of Simpson Tanner and Calamatta McGannon

Child of Simpson Tanner and Martha Ann Martin

Achsah Jane Tanner

F, b. 21 September 1814, d. 25 June 1886
Father*Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. b. 9 Nov 1764, d. 19 Aug 1842
Mother*Martha Tanner b. 7 Aug 1777, d. 14 Jul 1851
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name29 January 1828As of 29 January 1828,her married name was Wells.
Census DateLocation
2 September 1850Clay, Decatur, IndianaAchsah Jane Tanner was listed in John Haston Wells's household on the 1850 Census at Clay, Decatur, Indiana.1
1880Grove, Davis, IowaAchsah Jane Tanner was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Grove, Davis, Iowa.2
1885Grove, Davis, IowaShe appeared on the census of 1885 at Grove, Davis, Iowa, living next door to Elmore Mozingo.
     Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. witnessed the migration in 1831 at Kentucky to, Indiana.

Children of Achsah Jane Tanner and John Haston Wells

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1850; Census Place: Clay, Decatur, Indiana; Roll: M432_142; Page: 34B; Image: 73.
  2. [S246] U.S. Federal Census 1880 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, NA Film Number T9-0336 Page Number 161B.

Lucius Tanner

M, b. between 1725 and 1730
Father*Lewis Tanner d. 31 Oct 1765
Mother*Margaret Haskins b. c 1712
     Lucius Tanner lived with Lewis Tanner in 1748 at Lunenburg (later Mecklenburg County), Virginia; In 1748 and 1749 Lewis Tanner was living with his sons, Lucius and Thomas Tanner, in the part of Lunenburg County that would later become Mecklenburg County, likely on the 354 acres he secured with a patent in 1750.

Child of Lucius Tanner and Mary Simpson

Darby McGannon

M, b. 18 May 1756, d. February 1830
Father*John McGannon
Mother*Mary Maltby
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationDarby McGannon was also known as Derby.
  • Darby McGannon was born on 18 May 1756 at Ireland.
  • He was the son of John McGannon and Mary Maltby.
  • Darby McGannon married Sallie Cogswell in 1787 at Culpepper, Virginia.
  • Darby McGannon died in February 1830 at Jennings, Indiana, at age 73.

Children of Darby McGannon and Sallie Cogswell

Calamatta McGannon

F, b. 15 June 1818, d. 20 March 1863
Father*Zachariah McGannon b. 5 Oct 1790, d. 21 Jan 1865
Mother*Lucie Coleman b. 19 Mar 1797
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationCalamatta McGannon was also known as Callagratta.
Married Name1 September 1835As of 1 September 1835,her married name was Tanner.
  • Calamatta McGannon was born on 15 June 1818 at Dupont, Jennings, Kentucky, also reported as 15 Jun 1817.
  • She was the daughter of Zachariah McGannon and Lucie Coleman.
  • Calamatta McGannon married Simpson Tanner, son of Lucius Josiah Tanner Sr. and Martha Tanner, on 1 September 1835 at Dupont, Jefferson, Indiana, reported as Jennings county, Indiana.
  • Calamatta McGannon died on 20 March 1863 at Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, at age 44.

Children of Calamatta McGannon and Simpson Tanner

Mary Simpson

F
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Tanner.

Child of Mary Simpson and Lucius Tanner

Mary Cole

F, b. 6 December 1793, d. 16 July 1876
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name19 October 1815As of 19 October 1815,her married name was Pryor.
Census DateLocation
14 August 1850New Albany, Floyd, IndianaMary Cole was listed in John Alexander Pryor Jr.'s household on the 1850 Census at New Albany, Floyd, Indiana; living next door to John Pryor, age 25.1

Children of Mary Cole and John Alexander Pryor Jr.

Citations

  1. [S249] U.S. Federal Census 1850 U.S. Federal Census, by Ancestry.com, Year: 1850; Census Place: New Albany, Floyd, Indiana; Roll: M432_145; Page: 323B; Image: 59.

Daniel Lattimore

M, b. 21 February 1804

Children of Daniel Lattimore and Martha Wooten Pryor

Isabella Carson Lattimore

F, b. 21 December 1830
Father*Daniel Lattimore b. 21 Feb 1804
Mother*Martha Wooten Pryor b. 1803, d. 1877

Alexander W. Lattimore

M, b. circa 1831
Father*Daniel Lattimore b. 21 Feb 1804
Mother*Martha Wooten Pryor b. 1803, d. 1877

Sallie Cogswell

F, b. 5 October 1769, d. 21 August 1833
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name1787As of 1787,her married name was McGannon.
  • Sallie Cogswell was born on 5 October 1769 at Culpepper, Virginia.
  • She married Darby McGannon, son of John McGannon and Mary Maltby, in 1787 at Culpepper, Virginia.
  • Sallie Cogswell died on 21 August 1833 at Jennings, Indiana, at age 63.

Children of Sallie Cogswell and Darby McGannon

Zachariah McGannon

M, b. 5 October 1790, d. 21 January 1865
Father*Darby McGannon b. 18 May 1756, d. Feb 1830
Mother*Sallie Cogswell b. 5 Oct 1769, d. 21 Aug 1833
  • Zachariah McGannon was born on 5 October 1790.
  • He was the son of Darby McGannon and Sallie Cogswell.
  • Zachariah McGannon married Lucie Coleman on 2 December 1815.
  • Zachariah McGannon died on 21 January 1865 at age 74.

Child of Zachariah McGannon and Lucie Coleman

John McGannon

M, b. 10 January 1814, d. 18 October 1891
Father*Thomas McGannon b. 9 Jan 1789, d. 15 Aug 1850
Mother*Eleanor Tanner b. 13 Mar 1797, d. 27 Sep 1856

Mary McGannon

F, b. 25 March 1815, d. 22 August 1879
Father*Thomas McGannon b. 9 Jan 1789, d. 15 Aug 1850
Mother*Eleanor Tanner b. 13 Mar 1797, d. 27 Sep 1856
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Torbet.
Married NameHer married name was Torbett.

Child of Mary McGannon and John Sellers Torbet