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Sarah "Sally" Walker Arnn
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Birth: 1784
Pittsylvania County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 21, 1849
Henry County
Tennessee, USA

Sarah Sally Walker was the daughter of Revolutionary Patriot Elisha Walker and Judith Kirby. Sally married George Washington Aaron Arnn on 10 Dec 1797 at Pittsylvania Co VA. Her Sister Polly Walker married George's brother Issac. George and Sally migrated to Henry Co TN between 1820 when they lived in Pittsylvania CO VA and 1840 when they lived in Henry Co TN. Their Children listed in order of birth were: Ann who married John Walker (a cousin) and is buried at this cemetery, Henry Clay married Mary Robertson, John died unmarried in 1830 on the family farms south of Paris, George W "Boss married Frances Phelps, then Charlotte Lewry and lastly my gggrandmother Louiza Virgina Lankford (buried nearby at Foundry Hill Com Of Christ Cemetery), twin sons Abihu and Anadab. Abihu married Margaret R Blair, Anadab married Eleanor Alexander, Frances married John Crawford, Judith married William Frazier, William, James Madison the youngest child married Amanda Bond. All information was from genealogical records and letters. 
 
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 Spouse:
  George Washington Arnn (1772 - 1855)*
 
 Children:
  Henry Clay Arnn (1799 - 1859)*
  John Arnn (1803 - 1830)*
  George Washington Arnn (1805 - 1881)*
  Anadab Arnn (1807 - 1869)*
  Abihu Arnn (1807 - 1893)*
  Ann Arnn Walker (1810 - 1979)*
  William Arnn (1820 - 1840)*
  Thomas Arnn (1856 - 1908)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Foundry Hill Baptist Cemetery
Puryear
Henry County
Tennessee, USA
 
Created by: Bettye Sue
Record added: Sep 23, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76990058
Sarah Sally <i>Walker</i> Arnn
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The location of the graves of Sarah and spouse George is unknown. It seems that their grave stone fell into the soft ground and gradually was covered with dirt. A descendant recently had a tombstone for George Arnn sr placed at this cemetery in an area kn...(Read more)
- Bettye Sue
 Added: Sep. 23, 2011
 
 
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