I am researching a John Henry who lived beside George Sehorn at Sehorn's Ferry in 1830 in Jeffeson Co. TN. The following is a link showing exactly where Sehorn's Ferry was located:
This is the census info:
Here are the people who lived around John Henry and George Sehorn of Sehorn's Ferry:
1830 Jefferson County TN page 306
Finley, David C.
Dobbins, Griffin 001000001-00110100001
Newman, Elizabeth 1-01001
Graham, George 0000000001-010000010001
Blackburn, Andrw 10002001-01002001
Blackburn, John 11010001-0111101
Adams, Wiley H.
Reneau, Russel 00001-00001
Walden, John 200001-01001
Gentry, Sarah 00001-000010001
Adams, Tabitah 00011-0001001
Sehorn, George 002111-10000010001 (Sehorn's Ferry area)
Henry, John 101001-22001
(I believe John to be son of Hugh Henry and Martha Patsy Pullen Henry, and grandson of Henry Henry and Sarah of Muddy Creek/War Branch, Rockingham Co. VA)
Love, Wm. 101001-02201001
Blackburn, James 0210001-000000101
Stuart, John 113001-1010001
Mills, Thos. 1213001-0110001
Acle (Ade? Eckle?), Bradley 00001-10001
Smith, Charles 123001-200001
Gilbreath, Samuel 002001-130001
Williams, John 00000001-00110001
Critser, Wm. 000000000001-0000100001
Bell, Mary 0-2100101
Stuart, John 11000002-0000100001
Moyers, James This whole area seems like it was around Lost Creek.
If any of you researching Sehorns (various spellings) in Jefferson Co. TN have any intermarriages with individuals with the Henry surname, especially during early and mid 1800s, I would love to share information with you.
Doris Noland Parton
2758 McGaha Hollow Rd.
Dandridge, TN 37725
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