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William Mashburn (abt. 1786 - 1847)

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William Mashburn
Born about in North Carolinamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in North Carolinamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hickory County, Missourimap
Mashburn-142 created 12 Aug 2012 | Last modified
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Categories: Hickory County, Missouri.

Contents

Biography

William Mashburn, was born about 1786 in North Carolina. William Mashburn married Sarah "Sally" Cowan about 1806 in North Carolina. William Mashburn died January 1847 in Hickory County, Missouri.[1]


Name

William Mashburn

Also known as:

William Mashburn.[2]

Birth

William Mashburn was born about 1786 in North Carolina.

about 1786 in North Carolina.[3]

Religion

Occupation

Census

  • 1820 Trigg County Census.[4]
Mary Cowan, 00000-00101
John Cowens, 20001-30010
William Mashburn, 21001-11010
  • "United States Census, 1830," William Mashburn, Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky

Name: William Mashburn Event Place: Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky

Need info and copy of 1830 census.

  • "United States Census, 1840," William Mashburn, Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky

Name: William Mashburn Residence: Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky

Need info and copy of 1840 census.

Events

  • William Mashburn was born about 1786 in North Carolina.[5]
  • William Mashburn married Sarah "Sally" Cowan about 1806 in North Carolina.[6]
  • Son Jordan born June 15, 1810, in North Carolina.[7] (b.1808. 1850 Census)
  • In Christian County, Kentucky (formed December 1796 from Logan County.)[8]
  • 1814, mother-in-law one of the charter members of the Donaldson Creek church when it was formed.[9]
  • Martha Mashburn, born December 05, 1817 in Trigg Co., KY.[10]
  • July 17, 1818, Christian County Deed Abstracts; From William Mashburn and Sarah his wife to Edward Bradshaw for $45 250 A. Surveyed for James Lindsey, Cert. #2975 on waters of Little River, described in metes and bounds. S/William (X) Mashburn and Sarah (X) Mashborn. Sarah relinquished dower rights.[11]
  • 1818, first tax list, William Mashburn, son-in-law of Mary Cowen.
  • Lawsuit in Christian County Circuit Court (recorded in Trigg County) April term 1822 names defendants Penelope Cowen, widow of Ephraim Cowen, Benjamin Wilson and others against Mary Cowen, William Mashburn and wife, Sally. Land dispute over land apparently that Mary Cowen was living on and left to her daughters in her 1829 will. (Note: The court records for April 1822 are missing so it is unknown who Ephraim Cowan was or what his relationship, if any, with Mary Cowan was.)[12]
  • 1829 Will of Mary Cowen.[13]
  • Mary Cowen, d. 1829 in Trigg County, KY.[14]
  • 16 September 1829, appraisel of estate of Mary Cowan deceased.[15]
  • 1830 resided Trigg, Kentucky
  • 1840 resided Trigg, Kentucky
  • William and Sally Mashurn came with their family from Kentucky in 1841, to Hickory County, Missouri.[16]
  • William Mashburn died January 1847 in Hickory County, Missouri.[17]

Will

Death

William Mashburn died January 1847 in Hickory County, Missouri.

January 1847 in Hickory County, Missouri.[18]

Buried

Buried in Robinson Cemetery, St. Clair Co., Missiouri.

Family

William Mashburn married Sarah "Sally" Cowan about 1806 in North Carolina.

They had the following children:

  1. Charity Mashburn, born February 13, 1807 in NC.
  2. Turner Mashburn, born January 1, 1809 in NC; died March 1847 in Hickory County. MO.
  3. Jordan Mashburn, born June 15, 1810 in NC; died November 20, 1858 in Hickory County, MO.
  4. Martha Mashburn, born December 05, 1817 in Trigg Co., KY; died May 18, 1866 in Hickory Co., Missouri.
  5. Emanuel Mashbur, born January 26, 1820 in Trigg Co., KY; died Abt. 1884 in Polk Co., MO.
  6. John Jackson Mashburn, born February 11, 1822 in Trigg Co., KY.
  7. William Mashburn, born September 22, 1829 in Trigg Co., KY; died December 4, 1926 in Elkton, Hickory County, MO. He married Margaret Jane Pitts 1844; born January 20, 1829 in Kentucky, died August 16, 1914 in Elkton, Hickory County, MO. William and Margaret Jane had no children but raised several children, some relatives and some no relation, in their home.

Note: William Mashburn married Sarah "Sally" Cowan about 1806 in North Carolina.[19]

Note: Three children of Sally and William Mashburn - Turner, Martha, and William - married Pitts siblings - Elizabeth, Jack and Margaret Jane. They were the children of David Pitts and Virginia Neal Pitts.[20]

Estate

The administrators of the estate of William Mashbur were appointed January 14, 1847 and recorded in Book A, page 7. John N. Pitts and Turner Mashburn were appointed Principals and Dillard Pitts and Jordan Mashburn were securities.

Notes

Note

Additional Reading

Sources

Source

Sources

  • Attached Documents.
  • "United States Census, 1830," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHPC-YPK : accessed 14 Aug 2012), William Mashburn, Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky; citing p. 24, NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 42.
  • "United States Census, 1840," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHTP-D2R : accessed 14 Aug 2012), William Mashburn, Not Stated, Trigg, Kentucky; citing p. 301, NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 124.

External Source Credits

Merged WikiTree Files

Foot Notes

  1. Entered by Michael Lechner, Aug 12, 2012
  2. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  3. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  4. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  5. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  6. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  7. The Thomas and Bridges story, 1540-1840.
  8. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  9. The Thomas and Bridges story, 1540-1840.
  10. The Thomas and Bridges story, 1540-1840.
  11. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  12. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  13. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  14. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  15. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  16. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  17. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  18. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  19. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.
  20. Cowen Family History, compiled by Sarah Gaunt Thompson.




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