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Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Rector: Birth: 1794 in Campbell County, Virginia. Death: AFT. 1870 in Barton County, Missouri

  2. Benjamin Ona Rector: Birth: 18 Feb 1795 in Campbell County, Virginia. Death: 21 Aug 1871 in Hendericks County, Indiana

  3. Nancy Rector: Birth: 1796 in Campbell County, Virginia.

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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Merriman Rector: Birth: 8 Oct 1799 in Campbell County, Virginia. Death: 21 Apr 1879 in Warren County, Kentucky

  2. Ludwell Rector: Birth: 1802 in Campbell County, Virginia. Death: 1859 in Platte, Nebraska

  3. Sarah Rector: Birth: 1803. Death: 20 Sep 1883 in Wichita, Kansas

  4. John Rector: Birth: 1806 in Campbell County, Virginia.

  5. Martin Rector: Birth: 1819 in Tennessee.

  6. Grisby Rector: Birth: 17 Mar 1820 in Morgan County, Tennessee. Death: 21 Mar 1866

  7. Lewis Rector: Birth: 1826 in Tennessee.


Notes
a. Note:   Lewis lived in Campbell County, Virginia. He later moved in Roane County, Tennessee.
  Lewis was a farmer.
  In 1805 William Butler Senior sold 155 acres on Stonewall Creek, Campbell County, Virginia to Lewis Rector.
  In 1806 Lewis Rector witnessed a deed to Thomas Butler.
  In 1812 Lewis Rector witnessed a deed to Thomas Butler.
  In 1812 Lewis Rector joined Thomas Butler and wife Charlotte, and Jane Rector in making a deed for the former residence of Jacob Rector on Stonewall Creek.
  In January 1812, Thomas Butler surveyed 60 acres on the Indian Fork of Poplar Creek in Roane County, Tennessee.
  Lewis moved with his family to Roane County, Tennessee about 1813.
  In 1813 Lewis Rector served in the militia raised from the Roane - Anderson County, Tennessee area.
  In 1817 Lewis Rector signed a petititon in Roane County, Tennessee.
  Lewis is listed on the Roane County, Tennessee Tax list for 1813, 1814, 1816, 1817, 1818 and 1819.
  Lewis Rector, Senior bought twenty-one acres from Moses Winters of his original 249-acre tract. Lewis either remodeled a crude house, or he built the big sturdy log house at the corner of Main and Spring Streets, and presently occupied by Mrs. Geraldine Blanton of Oliver Spring, Tennessee. The house is on the National Register. Lewis' family lived in this house until 1829 when he died. The widow sold the house and farm to her son, Lewis Rector, Junior in 1859 (Roane J2, Page 575) and they continued to live there until after the Civil War. (Source: Roane County Deed Book E, Page 409)
  No date for following entry. Prior entry dated July 22, 1831. "Amount of the sale of the proprty of Lewis Rector Deceased . . ." Names listed: Benjamin Rector, Elizabeth Rector, Jacob Rector, U. M. Rector, John Rector Junior, Powhatan Rector, Thomas Rector, D. M. C. Rector, and A. Manley with various amounts. (Source: Anderson County, Tennessee, Will Book 1830 - 1842, Page 55)
  Lewis either remodeled a crude house, or he built the big sturdy log house at the corner of Main and Spring Streets, and presently occupied by Mrs. Geraldine Blanton of Oliver Springs, Tennessee. The house is on the National Register. Lewis Rector, Senior's family lived in this house until 1830 when he died. He widow soldthe house and farm to her son, Lewis Rector, Junior in 1859 and they continued to liver ther until after the Civil War.


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