|Birth: ||May, 1844|
|Death: ||Mar. 16, 1900|
Frances"Fannie" Ray 1804 SC-circa 1880 TN,
widow of Andrew Jimerson
Elijah S Etheridge 1801-circa 1860
married to Rebecca Swor
Jefferson D Jimerson's children were all born in Henry Co.
1st WIFE: Rebecca Turner 1841 TN-early Jan 1872 Henry Co TN
Married 12 Jan 1863 at Henry Co TN
Mary Tennessee "Tennie" 1865-1938
sp: James Hugh Alexander,
brother of Jeff's 3rd wife Mary.
Elizabeth Calloway "Callie" 1867-1907
sp: Jefferson Davis Gore
Donna B 1869-1899
sp: William Lee Gore
Amanda Davis "Mandy" 1871-1913
sp: Elzy Stephens
2nd WIFE: Sarah Nichols 1839-1883 widow of
David Lemonds with 5 children when
Married Jeff 11 Dec 1877 Henry CO.
1880 census lists only two youngest Lemonds along with all of Jeff's daughters.
CHILDREN OF JEFF and SARAH
William "Wllie" Agatha 1880-1949
sp: Sonnie Wilson
Jefferson James "Jeffie" 1881-1949 (MO)
sp: Evelina unknown maiden name
3rd WIFE: Mary Polk Alexander 1856-1909
widow of William F Stephens.
Mary brought her child, Warner Stephens into
Marriage of Jeff and Mary
4 Aug 1885 at Henry Co TN
Annie Maude 1885-1939
sp: Luther Stephens
Ernest Columbus 1891-1967
sp: Mary Lee Griffin
Charles Hastings "Charlie" 1891-1967
sp: Ethel E Gore
John Parvin 1893-1979
sp: Anna Ruhama Overcast (cousin of Mary Lee Griffin)
Luther Lynn 1895-1979
sp: Margaret "Lady" Bazzell
All of the children of Jefferson D Jimerson are buried in Henry Co TN except for Jeffie James buried in MO and Willie Jimerson Wilson in Calloway Co, KY.
Jeff was 17 y/o when he enlisted at Paris, TN as a private in 46th Infantry of the Confederate States Army (CSA). He was one of the soldiers left to guard Island 10, in the Mississippi River near New Madrid MO and Reelfoot Lake TN, while the other Confedrates fled the Island. Although the manner is unknown, Jeff escaped Island 10 when the Union forces began capturing the Confederates. Many of the Confederates used drift wood and other material as floatation devices in the river. After Island 10 and before Shiloh the 46th TN Infantry was changed to the 5th TN Infantry. Pvt Jeff Davis Jimerson also survived the dreadful battle at Shiloh, Mississippi. He returned home after the war and continued his life as a farmer and a father of 11 children, 6 daughters and 5 sons.
John Parvin Jimerson is my grandfather. Please contact me for questions at this site.
Sarah Elizabeth Nichols Lemonds (1838 - 1883)
Mary Polk Alexander Jimerson (1856 - 1908)
Mary Tennessee Jimerson Alexander (1865 - 1938)*
Amanda Jimerson Stephens (1872 - 1913)*
William Agatha Jimerson Wilson (1880 - 1949)*
Anna Maude Stephens (1887 - 1939)*
Ernest C Jimerson (1889 - 1950)*
Charlie Hasting Jimerson (1891 - 1966)*
John Parvin Jimerson (1893 - 1979)*
Luther Lynn Jimerson (1895 - 1979)*
5 TENN INF
Note: Headstone supplied by the War Dept of USA government with paperwork completed by Jeff and Mary's son Charles H Jimerson in 1934
Maintained by: Bettye Sue
Originally Created by: Melissa Clayton Key
Record added: Feb 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18016602