James Garrett

Birth Name Garrett, James
Gramps ID I0511
Gender male

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Military Service [E1017]     a continental soldier in the last American war with Great Britain.

 
Property [E1018] 1814-11-11 Tennessee James Garret, a continental soldier in the last American war with Great Britain. Pursuant to an act 10 Dec. 1813 the heirs of James Garrett were granted 640 acres within the limits reserved for officers and soldiers; issued 11 Nov. 1814. Thomas Garret of Martin Co., N. C., heir of James Garret, transferred the warrant to Darling Cherry on 29 Nov. 1814, Jesse cherry a witness.

 
Property [E1105] 1816 Sumner County, Tennessee On the record of the Taxable Property and Polls in Sumner County for the year 1816: James Garrett for 640 acres on Station Camp Creek

 

Parents

Father Jesse Garrett [I0062]
Mother Rachel Walton [I0063]
Siblings
  1. John W Garrett [I0507]
  2. Elizabeth Garrett [I0509]
  3. Jesse Garrett [I0060]
  4. Penny Garrett [I0512]
  5. Mary (Molly) Garrett [I0513]
  6. Timothy Garrett [I0048]

Pedigree

  1. Jesse Garrett
    1. Rachel Walton
      1. John W Garrett
      2. Elizabeth Garrett
      3. Jesse Garrett
      4. Penny Garrett
      5. Mary (Molly) Garrett
      6. Timothy Garrett
      7. James Garrett

Ancestors