Brick Wall is James Howard b. 1786 in NC d. 1868 in Tennessee. He was in Tennessee by 1818. Need information on parents and siblings. His wife Elizabeth. :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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Brick Wall is James Howard b. 1786 in NC d. 1868 in Tennessee. He was in Tennessee by 1818. Need information on parents and siblings. His wife Elizabeth.

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on 2017-08-28 20:06:23

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by markav on 2017-08-29 06:34:52

Hi, I live in England so not sure what NC stands for If it is North Carolina then I have found him as a James Carolina Howard

BIRTH 12 MAR 1786 Chatham, North Carolina, United States
DEATH 20 APR 1868 Paris, Henry, Tennessee
Marriages
Arna McCullen in 1812 Cumberland North Carolina
then he is in the Army
James Howard
Company BEAUFORT REG'T (LATHAM'S), NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA.
Rank - Induction PRIVATE
Rank - Discharge PRIVATE
Roll Box 104
Microfilm Publication M602
then in 1816 he marries an Elizabeth Collins in Lebanon, Wilson, Tennessee
Could this be him? if so I will continue researching him

by cmhheh on 2017-08-29 12:29:28

Yes NC is North Carolina. I have traces this James Carolina Howard, it is not my James Howard. This James Carolina ended up in Mississippi. I believe my James Howard was the one married in Lebanon , Wilson Co., Tennessee in 1816, he was in Henry County, Tennessee by 1819 when his son William Obadiah Howard was born, then he moved to Weakley Co. Tennessee by 1823 where 10 other children were born James was buried in Henry Co. Tennessee. His wife was Elizabeth also born in North Carolina. William Obadiah Howard is my great grandfather. So far I have not been able to find his parents or siblings. Thanks for taking the time to read my request. I appreciate all help. Carol Howard Hehemann

by Leooxcarm on 2017-08-30 10:41:28

North Carolina? interesting

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