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Many thanks to Andy Harris for permission to reprint information he has posted to Rootsweb as part of the Andy Clay Harris Family Tree.
Louisa Elizabeth "Eliza" Avery Warren
born c. 1800 Johnston Co NC, died Gibson TN
1811-Drury Vinson Avery
1813-Troy (prob same person
as Reuben T. Sidney)
1822-James A. Avery
c.1825-Sarah Elizabeth Avery (McDougald) (Hall)
in Gibson Co. TN
John G. Warren
possibly John "Greene" Warren
Drury Vinson & ?
Alexander Averet Sr. & Sarah
maternal aunts & uncles:
paternal aunts & uncles:
Gibson County Marriages: Avery, Eliza to Warren, John G. 1831
Gibson County Tax lists 1834: Warren, John 111 acres part of Grant 419
Not necessarily the same person:
4-5-1848 Dyer County Court Minutes: Ordered by the court that Carol Cunningham be appointed overseer of that part of the Road leading from Dyersburg to Jackson commencing at John Payne's and work to John G. Warren's.
12-4-1849 Dyer County Court Minutes: Ordered by the court that Lee Williams, Risdom Robertson, and Willis Hall be appointed a Jury of view to review and mark out an alteration to the Jackson road near Lewis Warren's and that they first being duly sworn report to the next Term of the Court.
3-6-1850 Dyer County Court Minutes: Ordered by the court that Asa Griffin, Geo. Warren, James Leggett, Thompson Strayhorn, & Risdom Robertson be appointed a jury of view to review and mark out an alteration in the Jackson Road near Green Warren's. (same session) Ordered that David Klutts be appointed overseer of the Jackson Road from John Payne's to John G. Warren's instead of Carol Cunningham removed...
Note: the Green Warren here referred to above may be John G. Warren, if his middle name is Green as some say.
4-2-1850 Dyer County Court Minutes: This day Asa Griffin and others heretofore appointed Jury of View make their report to wit--beginning at Poplar and Water Oak at the corner of Wm. Warren's fence...to Lewis Warren's...to John G. Warren's... (Next in the minutes) Ordered by the court that Clem N. Curtis be appointed overseer of that part of the Jackson Road commencing at John Warren's and work to the county line and that he have the same hands to work on said Road under his direction that worked on said Road under William W. Biggs resigned...
(NOTE: in 1850 in Gibson County in the household of Eliza's brother Drury Vinson Avery there is a 17 yr old named William Curtis)
9-2-1850 Dyer County Court Minutes: Ordered by the Court that James Brewer be appointed overseer of the Jackson Road from John Payne's to John G. Warren's instead of David Klutts resigned...
1850 census, Dyer County TN District 1
Warren, J.G., age 50, farmer, born in NC, property value 1500, can not read or write
Warren, Louisa, age 48, born NC (marked male by sloppy census taker)
Warren, Alexr. age 19, born in TN, attended school within the year
Warren, Elizabeth, age 16, born TN, attended school
Warren, Henry, age 13, born TN, attended school
Warren, Ann, age 7, born TN.
(Note: one household away is Risdom Roberson, and on the same page are the Leggett and Klutts families)
1850 slave schedule, Dyer TN District 1
John Warren with a cursive middle initial that could be C or G, owns 5 slaves
males ages 32, 13, 10 and 5; one female age 24
(Note: he is listed as first on the page of the schedule, perhaps indicating top of the road, and on the same page as W.W. Biggs)
1860 census, Dyer District 1, PO Dyersburg (this may not be the son of JG & Eliza)
A Warren, age 28, farmer, 3400/3614, born TN
E Warren (female) age 19
Green Warren (male), age 3, male
H or N Warren (male), age 2
A Warren (female), age 1
(A Warren is household 118. Households 117 and 119 are Robertson families. Household 122 is Thomas Warren)