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John Lauderdale (1713 - 1790)

John Lauderdale
Born in North Ulster, Down, Irelandmap
Son of and [mother unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 77 in Greene, Tennessee, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 21 Dec 2009 | Last significant change: 11 Aug 2022
15:42: Loretta (Leger) Corbin removed John Lauderdale (1713-1790) as child of Mary Turner (Lombe) Lauderdale (1732-abt.1789). [Thank Loretta for this]
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John was born about 1713 in Ireland and immigrated to an area that changed control several times before the American Revolutionary War. (See notes) John resided along the Nolichucky River, in what is modern day Greene county, Tennessee, where he died September 22, 1796. [1]

Researchers Notes

The Watauga Association (sometimes referred to as the Republic of Watauga) was a semi-autonomous government created in 1772 by frontier settlers living along the Watauga River in what is now Elizabethton, Tennessee. Although it lasted only a few years, the Watauga Association provided a basis for what later developed into the state of Tennessee and likely influenced other western frontier governments in the trans-Appalachian region. North Carolina annexed the Watauga settlement area, by then known as the Washington District, in November 1776. Within a year, the area was placed under a county government, becoming Washington County, North Carolina, in November 1777. [2]

Washington County was created 15 November 1777 from Washington district. Greene County, Tennessee was created 18 April 1783 from Washington county, North Carolina: After the American Revolution, the now informal district saw a huge growth of the area it encompassed, eventually stretching to the Mississippi River. At the time of North Carolina's final cession of the area to the Federal Government (1790), it had grown to include the seven "Overmountain Counties": Washington, Greene, Davidson, Sullivan, Hawkins, Sumner and Tennessee. These lands would become a large part not only of the subsequent extra-legal State of Franklin, but of the Southwest Territory (1790–1796) and the State of Tennessee (after 1796) as well.




  • WikiTree profile Lauderdale-43 created through the import of Wells Tree.ged on Mar 8, 2012 by Tommy Wells.

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Lauderdale-43 and Lauderdale-6 appear to represent the same person because: These seem to be the same people.
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