|Birth: ||Mar. 31, 1829|
|Death: ||Jun. 13, 1903|
From "Notable Southern Families", Vol. I:
Margaretta Anderson, who married Jacob S. Stuart, a native of Washington County,
Tennessee, and a grandson of Captain James Stuart, Speaker of the House of
Representatives in the first legislature in the State of Tennessee. Jacob S.
Stuart died in Knoxville in 1874 and Margaret A. Stuart died in 1 890. Both are
buried in Old Gray Cemetery. Seven children were born to them: Annie Elizabeth
Stuart (who married Jason B. Kelley and had Addie Kelley, Nora Kelley and
Margaret Kelley); Rosa Stuart (who married Charles W. Irby and has six children,
Charles W. Irby, Jr., Edna Rembert Irby, Margaret Stuart Irby, Stuart Chalmers
Irby, Lois Irby and Philip Erskine Irby. Charles W. Irby, Jr., married Grace
Weldon and has two children, Gertrude and Elizabeth); Fannie May Stuart (who
lives in Knoxville, Tennessee); Hampden Stuart (who died unmarried); Adelia
Stuart (who married, firstly Frederick North, of Asheville, North Carolina, and
married secondly Southern, a Baptist minister); Jacob Gerald Stuart (who married
Fanny Wray, daughter of Dr. W. A. Wray, and has one child, Frances Stuart); and
James D. Stuart (who married Miss D. E. Lanny, of Savannah.
The descendants of Jacob S. Stuart are eligible to the Sons and Daughters of the
Revolution through Captain James Stuart, who had charge of a company of home
guards in Washington County, Tennessee. His company had charge of the district
from Greasy Cove to Duggers Fort, which was located on the St. John property
near the village of Watauga, Tennessee. Colonel Hugh Montgomery, of Salisbury
District, North Carolina, was the father of Captain James Stuart's wife.
Montgomery Stuart married Hester Thompson, of New Jersey, whose ancestors took
an important part in the early history of that state.
(Info from Delijim)
Jacob S Stuart (1818 - 1874)
Old Gray Cemetery
Created by: Howard A Sutherland
Record added: Aug 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74538419