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|Edward Warren||see FAMILY TREE|
Born: Bet 1770-1780
|Died: 1842 Marshall Co., MS||
|A. Herron purchased a lot of sheep, hogs?, 2 horses?, 1 sythe and cradle and 1 sugar chest|
1. John Dabney Warren b. Abt. 1800
2. Edward A. Warren
3. Martha (Patsy) Dabney Warren b. 31 Dec 1800
4. Sarah B Warren b. Abt. 1804
5. Margaret Warren
6. Nancy Ann Warren b. 1810
7. Lydia W. Warren b. Abt. 1812
8. William B. Warren b. Bet 1810-1820
9. Susan Warren b. 1824
10. Mary Elizabeth Warren b. Abt. 1821
Edward Warren Jr. was probably born in Charles Co, MD and his mother may have
died when he was young. His father may have remarried to a Rebecca Dabney when
Edward Jr. was young. They then moved to Pittsylvania Co, VA to be near his Aunt
Mary. By 1791 he with his father, step mother and nine brothers and sisters had
moved to Chatham Co, NC. He married Elizabeth Dabney in 1795. By the 1820's the
family is in Bedford Co, TN where his father died. There are many deed records
from his brother's and sisters recorded there. By 1829 Edward Jr. is living in
Franklin, Williamson Co, TN and owns a cotton gin.
Edward's daughter, Lydia, married Rev. Andrew Herron Jr August 1831 in Franklin, Tenn. The early Tennessee newspaper notice says all were from Williamson County, Tenn. It also says Lydia is the daughter of Edward Warren.
Sometime later they all moved to Marshall County, Miss. Lydia died there about 1844, two years after the death of her father.
In October 1842 notice was given that Edward Warren had died intestate. Edward A Warren was named executor. The widow, Elizabeth, applied for one year's provision out of the estate. An inventory was taken consisting of one three year old colt, wagon and grain, fourteen sheep, ten hogs, ploughs, one pair of steelyards, two axes, one bureau, one walnut table, one bedstead, one shot gun, one wood clock, one loom, half dozen sitting chairs, two chests, one shovel, one large kettle, two spinning wheels, three hoes, several books, and four slaves. Portions of the estate were sold off at various times. In 1846 two slaves, Adam and Sarah were sold for $120. Bales of cotton sold for $165.62 Andrew Herron bought a lot of sheep and hogs, a scythe and cradle and sugar chest for $72. There were also debts due the estate.
Peter B. Jones owed $440 Andrew Herron owed $475 Wm B. Warren owed $100 and John Herron with John Warren owed $25 These notes were considered solvent by the executor after partial repayments. In 1846 all debts were paid and a final disbursement was made of $272.
From "Bible Records Williamson County, Tennessee Volume 2 by Louise Gillespie Lynch 1974"
"The following was given to me by Mrs. H. G. Channell. It is
from her family records.
Descendants of John & Margaret Smith Dabney
Children of Elizabeth (Betsy) Dabney and Edward Warren:
John Dabney Warren married Mary Crouch of Wmson. Co.
Allen married Mary North of Wmson. Co.
Patsy married Jonathan Smith of Marshall Co.
Sarah married Thos. Bond
Margaret married John House of Wmson. Co.
Nancy married John Herron of Wmson. Co.
Lydia married Rev. Andrew Herron of Wmson. Co.
William married Miss Malone of Marshall Co. Miss.
Susan married Mr. Elliott of Miss.
Mary married Hon. Edward Warren of Camden Ark.
Elizabeth (Dabney) was living with her daughter Susan Warren Ellis in De Soto Co., when the 1850 census was taken, 75 years old.