North Carolina, USA
Jemima (nee Stockton) Lattimore was a daughter of Thomas and Rachel (nee Allen) Stockton Sr and a granddaughter of Davis Stockton (c.1685-1761) of Albemarle County, Virginia.
Jemima Stockton married Capt. John Lattimore II in Albemarle County, Virginia. They removed to the Golden Valley - Duncans Creek area of Tryon (now Rutherford and Cleveland) County, North Carolina.
Jemima and John Lattimore are buried near Hinton's Creek, a branch of the First Broad River in Cleveland County. Their Stockton and Whiteside relatives settled a little up river near the Little First Broad River and the North Fork of the First Broad River in Golden Valley, northeast Rutherford County.
Kings Mountain, the site of a famous Revolutionary War battle, is just a little to the south of Golden Valley and Hinton's Creek. Several members of the Lattimore, Stockton, and Whiteside family fought the British at the battle of Kings Mountain.
In the 1782 Rutherford County Tax List John Lattimore is shown owning 281 acres.
Rutherford County, North Carolina
Deed Book M, p.164
3 May 1792
Isaac Hinton of Rutherford County, North Carolina to John Lattimore of same, 100 pounds, 150 acres on Hinton's Creek of First Little Broad River, part of a grant to Isaac Hinton, 1764. Wit. David Logan, Daniel Lattimore.
John O Lattimore (1774-1833)
Daniel Lattimore (1775-1833)
Rachel (nee Lattimore) Hoyle (1782 - 1827)
Lattimore Family Cemetery
5 Points Road
Shelby, North Carolina
Thomas Stockton (1712 - 1783)
Rachel Allen Stockton
John Lattimore (1745 - 1821)
John O Lattimore (1774 - 1833)*
Daniel Lattimore (1775 - 1833)*
Newberry Stockton (1743 - 1805)*
John Stockton (1749 - 1810)*
Thomas Stockton (1750 - ____)*
Jemima Stockton Lattimore (1750 - ____)
Daniel Stockton (1750 - 1815)*
Rachel Stockton Lattimore (1752 - 1816)*
Jesse Stockton (1755 - 1834)*
Davis Stockton (1760 - 1805)*
Lattimore Family Cemetery (Polkville)
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Jerry Stockton
Record added: Aug 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40996741