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Marriage: Children:
  1. John Harvey Matthews: Birth: 1804 in Pulaski Co.,Kentucky. Death: 8 Dec 1858 in Vancouver,Clark Co.,Washington

  2. Mary C. ``Polly'' Matthews: Birth: Abt 1805 in Pulaski Co.,Kentucky. Death: 20 Jan 1875

  3. Tunstal Quarles Matthews: Birth: 23 Sep 1807 in Pulaski Co.,Kentucky. Death: 7 Nov 1878 in Sterling,Johnson Co.,Nebraska

  4. Lucinda R. Matthews: Birth: Abt 1809 in Pulaski Co.,Kentucky. Death: Bef 1860 in Wilton Junction,Muscatine Co.,Iowa

1. Source:   Page 556
2. Source:   page 297
3. Source:   page 301 (or p. 600)
4. Title:   Greene County, Tennessee Marriages, 1783-1868
Page:   21
Author:   Goldene Fillers Burgner

a. Note:   Biographical Information by Dennis Nicklaus: !James grew up in Greene County, Tennessee. While James was a child there,
 Davy Crockett was born
 in Greene County in 1786, just a few miles east of where the Matthews
 family lived.
 James moved to Pulaski County, Kentucky with his new bride and
 several other Matthews family members in 1803.
 In 1815-16, James and his family moved on to Ross County, Ohio
 and settled in Twin township there. About 1827, the family
 moved to Fayette County, Indiana.
 James is named as an ``early'' landowner of Rush Co., Indiana.
 Relatively little is known of James, compared with his father
 or his children. His son, T.Q. was appointed
 administrator of James' estate in Shelby County on Oct. 31, 1837.
 In Pulaski Co., Kentucky, James was taxed for 100 acres on Pitman
 Creek for the years 1804--1813. The amount increased to 140 acres
 in 1814 and changed to 80 acres in 1815. It appears that James
 just rented the land and didn't own it as the tax lists show
 the land entered in someone else's name (A. Russell from 1807--1814).
 Andrew Russell received two certificates in Pulaski Co.,
 for 100 acres and 300 acres, on Pitman's creek
 in June 1801.
b. Note:   with 2 boys under 10, 2 girls under 10, and one woman 26-44 listed next to Daniel Matthews
c. Note:   (males: 1 10-15 (TQ); 1 16-18 and 1 16-25 (both John H.); 1 26-44 (James) females: 2 10-15 (both daughters); 1 26-44 (Margaret); 3 in agriculture)
d. Note:   (one male 50-60 and one female 20-30, Amaziah Morgan was on the same page -- he was a brother of James' daughter-in-law) is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.