Bartlett Sisk who was bron in Culpeper County, Va., about 1753, and in his early manhood enlisted in defense of the Colonies during the Revolutionary War. Under Gen. Daniel Morgan he participated in many prominent engagements, and was always in the front, doing valiant service for the cause of liberty. After the war he married Mollie, daughter of Benjamin Campbell, and they became the
parents of the following-named children: Elias, Tolliver, Bartlett, Lawson, Blackburn, Elizabeth and Lydia. All are deceased with the exception of Lawson and Blackburn. From Virginia Bartlett Sisk, Sr., removed to Cocke County, Tenn., in 1801 and there he engaged in general farming until his death, which occurred in about 1840. His wife had passed away several years prior to his demise.
Mary Campbell Sisk (1760 - ____)*
Elizabeth Sisk Wood (1787 - 1847)*
Elias Sisk (1792 - 1878)*
Toliver Sisk (1797 - 1880)*
Lawson Sisk (1800 - 1893)*
Blackburn Sisk (1809 - 1894)*
Mary Sisk Mantooth (1810 - 1849)*
Note: Continental Lines Rev. War, Veterans Battle of Kings Mtn.
Bryant & Sisk Cemetery
Created by: Marvin & Samme Templin
Record added: Feb 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34227636
In recognition of my g-g-great grandfather. (His granddaughter Sarah [Sisk] Bryant, buried a few feet away, is my great grandmother.)|
Added: Sep. 5, 2015
Bartlett Sisk’s sister, Rebecca Jenkins, is buried in Cosby, FAG # 48812334.|
Added: Jul. 30, 2015
Rest in Peace, Bartlett|
Mary Myers Blank
Added: Jun. 27, 2015
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