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Charles Bransford Jared Sr. (abt. 1793 - abt. 1850)

Charles Bransford Jared Sr.
Born about in Bedford, Virginia, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Putnam, Tennessee, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Mar 2012
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Biography

Charles was born about 1793. Charles Jared ... He passed away about 1850. [1]

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Name

Charles Jared Sr.

Also known as:

Charles Jared. [2]
Charles Jarrad. (1820 Census attached.)
Charles Jarrad. (1830 Census attached.)
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Birth

Charles was born about ...

b. circa 1793. [3]
Age 16-26 in 1820. (1820 census, attached.)

Baptized

Religion

Events

  • 1820, resided in Jackson Co. TN. (1820 census attached.)[4]
  • 1830, resided in Jackson Co. TN.
  • 1840, Lucy resided in Jackson Co. TN.

Census

  • 1820, Jackson Co. TN, Charles Jarrad appeared on the 1820 U.S. Census on 1820. In his household were one male under 10; one male 16-26; one female 16-26. (1820 census attached.)[5]

Census

"United States Census, 1830," Charles Jarrad (Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee)

Name: Charles Jarrad Event Place: Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee Page Number: 138 NARA Publication Number: M19 NARA Roll Number: 177 Film Number: 0024535 Digital Folder Number: 004185986 Image Number: 00268 Source Citation

"United States Census, 1830," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHG2-XHG : accessed 26 April 2012), Charles Jarrad (Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee).

Census

"United States Census, 1840," Lucy Jared (District 13, Jackson, Tennessee)

Name: Lucy Jared Residence: District 13, Jackson, Tennessee Page Number: 306 NARA Publication Number: M704 NARA Roll Number: 524 Film Number: 0024545 Digital Folder Number: 004410738 Image Number: 00625 Source Citation

"United States Census, 1840," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHYL-V28 : accessed 26 April 2012), Lucy Jared (District 13, Jackson, Tennessee).

Will

Death

Buried

Family

Notes

Note

Joseph Jared appeared on the 1820 U.S. Census. In his household were two males under 10; two males 10-16; one male 16-26, one male 45 or over; four females under ten; one female 10-16; one female 16-26; two females 26-45.[6]

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Sources

Source

Charles Jared1 b. circa 1793

Charles Jared was born circa 1793 in Bedford County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Joseph Jared and Agnes "Aggie" Beard.1

Charles Jared appeared on the 1820 U.S. Census on 1820. In his household were one male under 10; one male 16-26; one female 16-26.2

1 [S637] Eleanor McAllister Hall, The Book of Jared, The Family Record of John Jared whose ancestors and descendants run the gamut of America's history (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1963), 420. 2 [S644] Charles Jarrad household, 1820 U.S. Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, page 72; National Archives micropublication M33, roll 123.

Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families, Compiler: Laura M. Cooper, Arlington, Texas, Site updated on 20 May 2009. [1]


Sources

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  • Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families. [2]

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Foot Notes

  1. Entered by Sarah Garrison, Mar 26, 2012
  2. Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families.
  3. Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families.
  4. Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families.
  5. Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families.
  6. Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families.




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JOSEPH JARED DESCENDANTS
  • 2 JOSEPH JARED 2 (John 1) born 2 January 1760 at Loudoun County, Virginia, a son of John and

Hannah (Whitacre) Jared, died 4 March 1835, Jackson (now Putnam County) Tennessee, married 23 October 1780 (1) Agnes “Aggie” Beard; married (2) 19 January 1802 Elizabeth “Betsy” Baker, born 22 February 1773, died 14 December 1836, daughter of Samuel and Mary Baker. An interesting marriage contract lies in the vaults of the Bedford County Court House in Virginia. It reads “Know all men by these presents that we Joseph Jarrett and George Simmons are held and firmly bound unto Patrick Henry Esquire Governor or Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia in the sum of Fifty pounds to which paim ‘t. (payment) well and truly to be made to the said Patrick Henry or his Successors we bind ourselves and each of our Joints and several Heirs. Exor’s and Admir’s. firmly by these present. Sealed with our seals and dated this 23 day of October 1 780. The condition of the above oblign is such that whereas there is a marriage shortly to be had and solemnized between Joseph Jarrett and Aggy Beard. Now if there shall be no lawful Cause to Obstruct the s ‘d marriage then the above Oblign. to be void. Else to remain in full force and virtue. Filed with this bond was a paper stating that Margit Young, mother of Aggy Beard gave her consent to said marriage. In the marria ge contract Joseph’s surname is written Jarrett. He signed the documents “Joseph Jared.” Joseph (2) was the second son of John Jared (1), wagon-maker of Virginia and his Quaker wife, Hannah Whitacre. His mother received permission to remove from the Quaker community of Kingswood Monthly Meeting in New Jersey to Loudoun County, Virginia. It is possible, since his mother died before Joseph was three years old that he had no one to tell him his exact place of birth. We do know he was the second son of John. He was a veteran of the American Revolution. He enlisted on the 12th day of October 1779 in— LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA at LACEY’S TAVERN—ON BULSKIN CREEK— in the service of the United States as a volunteer.

419 THE BOOK OF JARED His regiment was immediately marched from Lacey ‘s Tavern aforesaid to Richmond, Virginia, with an expectation of going from that place to Hillsborough but when they arrived at Richmond, they were ordered to march on Portsmouth on Nancymond River. After being at Portsmouth a few days they were marched to Cabbin’s Point, here they stayed a few days and were thence marched to an oil field, the distance not recollected, where they were stationed about ten or fifteen days. At this place they built large tents of green pines with much order and regularity as to their arrangement after the manner of streets of a town and in consequence of this circumstance they called the place Green-Town, by which name it has been called and known ever since. From Green-Town they were marched to Petersburg, Virginia, and were stationed about one mile from that place. Here they remained until the time for which they had volunteered, had expired, and during the time they were at this place, the Regiment was reviewed by General Stuban, after which the General complimented the soldiers for their patriotism in volunteering in the service of our country, called them good boys, and then dismissed the soldiers from further service at that time. They received no written discharges. Joseph returned home and remained until sometime in the summer of 1781, and again volunteered in the service of the United States in Loudoun County, Va., and at the same Lacey ‘s Tavern. They again marched to Richmond, thence immediately to Gloucester in Gloucester County near Little York, where he joined the main Army under General Washington. Here he remained during the balance of the summer and fall until sometime after Cornwallis’ surrender. After the battle was over they were employed in guarding the prisoners, until they started to Nowlin g’s Ferry on the Potomac River, to which place they guarded the prisoners. They were again discharged from service without receiving written discharges. He was not engaged in any other battle or engagement but the Battle of Little York. He was engaged in the service during the last campaign at least three months and to the best of his knowledge it was more than that length of time—which together with his first mentioned service would make more than six months—he has no documentary evidence of his services—never having received any written discharges from any of his Officers nor does he know of any person by whom he can prove his services. William Jared was one of the first settlers of Putnam County, Tennessee, arriving there in 1795 to take up his lands and establish his family. He perhaps influenced his brother Joseph to join him. According to Joseph’s statement in the foregoing application for pension, he took up his residence in Jackson County, Tennessee, about 1810.

420 THE BOOK OF JARED Children of JOSEPH JARED and AGGIE BEARD JARED (born in Bedford County, Virginia) 3783 Nancy born about 1787 married Hugh Wallace 3784 John born 19 September 89 married Elizabeth Bandy 3785 William born about 1791 married Polly Raulsten 3786 Charles born about 793 married Lucy Mathews 3787 Joel born about 795 married Loreta Adkisson 3788 Naomi born 17 September 1797 married Joseph H. Carr 3789 Ruth born 8 May 1800 married Jonathan Enzor 3790 Lorenzo Dow bachelor stayed in Virginia Children of JOSEPH JARED and ELIZABETH” BETSY” BAKER JARED 3791 Nathan born about 1805 married Nancy Johnson 3792 Matilda born about 1808 married Mathew Ferrell 3793 Mary “Polly” born about 1810 married John Bryant 3794 Agnes born about 1812 married Thomas Holladay 3795 Josiah born 14 April 1814 married Frances Bennett 3796 Elizabeth born 14 September 1815 married William Baker 3797 Charles born about 1817 married Elizabeth Haynes 3798 Rachel born about 1819 moved to California 3799 Parmelia not married

  • 3783 NANCY JARED 3 (Joseph 2, John 1) born about 1787, Bedford County, Virginia; married Hugh

Wallace. Children of NANCY JARED WALLACE and HUGH WALLACE 3800 McDonald 3801 William

  • 3800 MC DONALD WALLACE 4 (Nancy Jared 3, Joseph 2, John 1) married

Children of MC DONALD WALLACE 3802 “Petty” 3803 William “Little Billie” 3804 “Josie” married Silas Maddux 3805 “ Tildy” married Lewis Anderson

  • 3801 WILLIAM WALLACE 4 (Nancy Jared 3, Joseph 2, John 1) married (?)

Children of WILLIAM WALLACE 3806 Hugh 3807 John

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bookofjared/thebooks/boj401-500.pdf

See also page 476

See also supplement through googlebooks, snippet view only for charles.

posted 26 Apr 2012 by M Lechner   [thank M]
"United States Census, 1840," Lucy Jared (District 13, Jackson, Tennessee)

Name: Lucy Jared Residence: District 13, Jackson, Tennessee Page Number: 306 NARA Publication Number: M704 NARA Roll Number: 524 Film Number: 0024545 Digital Folder Number: 004410738 Image Number: 00625 Source Citation

"United States Census, 1840," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHYL-V28 : accessed 26 April 2012), Lucy Jared (District 13, Jackson, Tennessee).

posted 26 Apr 2012 by M Lechner   [thank M]
"United States Census, 1830," Charles Jarrad (Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee)

Name: Charles Jarrad Event Place: Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee Page Number: 138 NARA Publication Number: M19 NARA Roll Number: 177 Film Number: 0024535 Digital Folder Number: 004185986 Image Number: 00268 Source Citation

"United States Census, 1830," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHG2-XHG : accessed 26 April 2012), Charles Jarrad (Not Stated, Jackson, Tennessee).

posted 26 Apr 2012 by M Lechner   [thank M]
Charles Jared1

b. circa 1793

Charles Jared was born circa 1793 in Bedford County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Joseph Jared and Agnes "Aggie" Beard.1

Charles Jared appeared on the 1820 U.S. Census on 1820. In his household were one male under 10; one male 16-26; one female 16-26.2

1 [S637] Eleanor McAllister Hall, The Book of Jared, The Family Record of John Jared whose ancestors and descendants run the gamut of America's history (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1963), 420. 2 [S644] Charles Jarrad household, 1820 U.S. Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, page 72; National Archives micropublication M33, roll 123.

Munson, Underwood, Horn, Fairfield and Allied Families, Compiler: Laura M. Cooper, Arlington, Texas, Site updated on 20 May 2009.

http://brazoriaroots.com/p10815.htm

census at http://brazoriaroots.com/acrobat/tnja1820.pdf

posted 26 Apr 2012 by M Lechner   [thank M]
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