|My Jobe Ancestors (Ann Jobe Brown--me)|
Jonathan Jobe--b. abt 1798 probably Knox Co., TN
--d. 1830/40 Tishomingo Co., MS
--m. Sarah A. CHOATE
--March 14, 1816 Maury Co., TN
----b. 1790/1800 Maury Co., TN
----d. 1875/80 Tishomingo Co., MS
------d/o Christopher Choate and Sally --
--------gd/o Richard Choate and Nancy ----
----------gt gd/o Christopher Choate and Flora HAWKINS
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My Websites for Jonathan
--probably spent time in Kentucky home of his uncle, Jonathan Pryor
James Forbes, Henson Day, David Crockett and John Hillhouse, Esquires, who were appointed at the November term, 1818, of Lawrence Co., Court, to take a list of Taxable property and polls and to take a list of voters according to the late Act of assembly, making provisions for taking the Census, returned into Court their several lists of voters according to law.
The following is a list of the nember and names of the Census returned by David Crockett, Esquire, to-wit:
Daniel Matthews, James Broadstreet, Moses Holloway, Nicholas Reynolds, Emanuel Keltner, Aaron Choat Jr., John McAnally Sr., John McAnally Jr., William McAnally, Patterson Crockett, Solomon Stone Jr., Gabriel Bumpass, James McHughs, Nathaniel Armstrong, Lancelot Armstrong, Mancel Crisp. John Edmondson, James Edmondson, James Bumpass, William S. Dalton, Old Mr. Rolan, Thoams Trentham, Benjamin Morrow, Green Depriest, William Thomas, Lewis Matthews, Jacob Matthews, Stephen Holloway, Erasmus Tracey, Drury Chambers, JONATHAN JOBE, Stephen Roland, George Lucas, Samuel Sullivan, John McHughs, Charles MsHughs, Jacob Adair, Samuel Graham, Ebenezer Thompson, George Shirley, John Henson, John W. Talley, Joseph Halford, Old Mr. Green, Martin Prewitt, William Lucas, Levi Blackard, Aaron Choat, James Wise, James Bergin, Thomas Choat, Williams Reynolds, George Rogers, William Wooten, Richard Choat, john Smith, Solomon Stone Sr., Abner Burgin, William Stone, Noble Stone, John Poley, John Crisp, William Green, John King, William Cowan, Aaron Anglin, Willis Lucas, John Shirley, Amuel Askew, Hardin Payne.
Amounting in the whole to 70
Brothers - John, Nathan and Jonathan Jobe were registered voters in Lawrence Co, TN
*listed as John Jobe, next to his father1 male age 16-26 (Jonathan) 1 female under 10 (Susan) 1 female 16-26 (Sarah)*Where was Jonathan Jr?
"In the case of Jonathan Jobe, plantiff, and Joel Warren, defendant, who was indicated for an affreay with Jobe, the defendant pleaded not guilty. One of the members of the jury was Ezekiel Farmer, the father-in-law to Jonathan's brother, Joh. Later that year, in another case Jonathan Jobe was fined sixty-five cents for an affray.
-shows a woman born 1760's listed with this family.
JOBE, Sarah 1 (F) 1790-1800 -nee Choate 1 (M) 1770-1780 1 (F) 1825-1830 2 (M) 1830-1835 1 (F) 1830-1835
JOBE , Sarah 1790 TN , Mary 1823 TN
JOBE, Sarah 1800 GA (60)
Burnett, Barney 48, M Farmer SC Ann 44, F Keeping house TN John 21, M Farmhand MS Thomas 18, M Farmhand MS Jane 14, F Farmhand MS Ellen 8, F Farmhand MS Dick 11, M Farmhand MS Minnie 4, F Farmhand MS McGaha, Jasper 21, M Farmhand MS Jobe, Sarah 78, F TN*Sarah, is living with her daughter, Louisa Ann (Jobe) Burnett and her family.
*IGI records gives her maiden name as Hamblyn.
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Ann (Jobe) Brown