Friday, March 6, 2009

Tennessee, Warren County

Warren Co., Tennessee (formed 1807 from White County)


1810 and earlier Simpson’s Mill was in operation (The Warren County Story)


1820 Aug. 10 Nathaniel Hunt of Franklin Co. to Valentine Simpson of Warren County, waters of Hickory Creek, 50 acres, NE corner of Peter Simpson’s 50 acres tract to Doak’s line, Peter Simpson’s SE corner. Test: George Price and J.C. Isaacks (Warren Co Deeds Bk 1, p. 81)


1823 Sept. 23 The Legislature authorized John Martin, John Perkins and John Simpson to build a bridge across the Caney Fork River near the mouth of Barren Creek. (The Warren County Story)


1831 Dec. 23 John Martin, John Perkins and John Simpson were authorized to build a bridge across Caney Fork River near the mouth of Barren Creek (Warren County Story by Eugene M. Wiseman)


1834 May 31 Josiah F. Marfand and John W. Ford, whereas John W. Simpson and Theadrus B. Rice late of the firm of Rice and Simpson at the Jan. session of the county court recovered judgment against John W. Ford for $187.54. Test: B.L. Ridley, John Cunningham (John W. Simpson was a lawyer in White County) (Deeds Book 1 p. ?)


1840 John Simpson’s name appears on the census on pg. 2

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