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From: "Lissa Johnston" <>
Subject: [REEVES] Charlotte Reeves Robertson TN
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 09:48:40 -0500
Courtesy of Deana Lafferty , here is an update to the information in Reeves Review II about Charlotte Reeves Robertson of Nashville TN. RRII gives a little bit of information about her children, but not much.
"Peyton Henderson was killed by Indians and buried in Nashville, Tn. He was born 11-22-1775 and died 3-1788. He wasn't married that I know of.
Delilah 11-30-1773, died 1854 in Cannen County, Tn. Married John Bosley, Children are James, Rachel,Charlotte, Mary, Eliza H., John Beck, Peyton R., Maria, Delilah, Lavina Beck, Rachel.
Felix 1-11-1781, died 7-10-1865 in Nashville, Tn., married Lydia Waters , Children were Eleanor Reeves, James Walters, Elizabeth Anderson, Benjamin Barton, Mary Jordan, John E. Beck, Felix, Felix Randolph.
Jonathon Friar 6-13-1769, died 10-14-1814 in Nashville, Tn. married Ciddy Davis. Children Frederick Davis, Henry Villars, Frances "Fanny" Greeves, Susanna, Elizabeth "Betsy" Davis, James Randolph"Randie", Benjamin Franklin,
Peyton Henderson, Felix W., Jonathon Friar.
Charlotte Washington 3-11-1783, died 1854 in Hickman County, married Richard Claiborne Napier. Children were
James Robertson, William Claiborne, Balinda Tennessee, Madison C., William B., Tennessee Robena, Leroy G.W., Charlotte Mary.
William Blount 6-15-1785, died 10-23-1837 in Iberville Parish in Louisiana, married Leodocia Erwin. Children were Lavina, Edward White, George S., Tennessee, James Erwin, William Blount, Charles Dickinson, Charles Dickinson.
Peyton Robertson 12-8-1787, named after brother Peyton Henderson who was killed by Indians. Married Ellen Davis, children were Flavious Josephus, Alice, James Peyton, Alexander Campbell, George Frederic, John Blount.
Lavina 2-23-1790, died 12-3-1866, married James Brown Craighead, children were John E., Susanna, Georgianna.
John Mc Nairy 4-26-1792, died 1854 in Baton Rougue, married Lucy Scales, children were Joe, Benjamin Franklin, Charlotte Reeves, Martha Allen, Lucy Ann, Elizabeth, Ellen, John, James."
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