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Sarah Cagle Lewis
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Birth: 1790
Moore County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Dec., 1850
Marshall County
Alabama, USA

Sarah (Cagle) Lewis was born in 1790 in North Carolina and she died abt. Dec. 1850 in Marshall County, Alabama. She is the daughter of Jacob Cagle, Sr. (Apr. 01, 1755 NC - Aug. 14, 1845 TN) and his first wife, Sarah (MNU) Cagle (1755 NC - 1820 Buncombe Co. ,NC).

Robert Lewis, Sr. married Sarah Cagle before 1810 in North Carolina.

Robert Lewis, Sr. was born in 1790 in North Carolina and he died abt. Dec. 1850 in Marshall County, Alabama, he is the son of John Lewis (1740 Halifax, Halifax, VA- 1830 Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania, VA) and Elizabeth (Lax) Lewis (Born 1745 Halifax, Halifax, VA)

Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis are listed in the 1810 census of Buncombe, North Carolina. They moved from Buncombe, North Carolina to Marion County, Tennessee by 1820, and are listed in the 1820 census of Warren Co., TN. They then moved to Marion County, Tennessee by 1830 and are listed in the 1830 census of Marion County TN.

Sometime in the mid to late 1830's, Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis, loaded all their possessions on to a flat bottom boat in Marion County, TN and traveled down the Tennessee River and landed at Fort Deposit, Alabama. It is believed that some of Robert's brothers made the trip with him, as there were reportedly fourteen people aboard the flat bottom boat that landed at Fort Deposit.

From Fort Deposit, Alabama, Robert Lewis, Sr. and his wife, Sarah Cagle Lewis, and their children made their way to a near by mountain and settled at the bottom of that mountain. They built their home, cultivated the land and raised their younger children there. Over a period of time, the family members of Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis accumlated and owned 3,000 acres of land, which made up the area of the mountain, upon which they had settled on. The Mountain was later named "Lewis Mountain" after Robert Lewis, Sr.

Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis had eight children together by their marriage:

Their children were:

(1.) John Lewis (1816 NC - Aft. 1880 TN), he married Elizabeth Wilcoxen.

(2.) Leonard L. Lewis (1818 NC-1897 Marshall Co.,AL)
Married 1st: Dec. 27, 1839; Marshall Co., AL
Spouse 1: Mary Adeline Thompson (they had one child)

Married 2nd: Feb. 10, 1842; Marshall Co., AL
Spouse 2: Diannah Patterson (They had six children)

Married 3rd: Apr. 01, 1877; Coryell Co., TX
Spouse 3: Rachel Whittenburg (they did not have any
children together by their marriage)

(3.) Henry Lewis (1820 TN -Bet. 1869-1870 AL), he married Margaret Patterson.

(4.) Charles L. Lewis (1823 TN - Oct. 28, 1888 TN), he married Julia Ann Henson.

(5.) Jacob Nathan Lewis (1826 TN - Aft. 1880 AL), he married 1st to Mary Whittenburg/he married 2nd to Elizabeth Emaline Hatfield.

(6.) Robert Lewis, Jr. (Nov 26, 1828 TN - 1868 AL), he married Mary Polly Whittenburg.

(7.) Margaret Lewis (born: 1832 TN - 1871 AL), she never married.

(8.) Katherine Lewis (1834 TN - 1914 TX), she married
Jacob "Jake" Whitenberg

Note: A careful study of all the census of Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis is suggested before adding any more children for them. On the early census where marks were made for other members in the household of Robert Lewis, there were no other marks for children other than those named above. While there were errors on some of their census (marks in wrong sex or age lines, the above children are the only children born to Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis, and they do fit in, while no other children will fit in and follow in a logical order through out all of their census.

Robert Lewis was a farmer.

Robert Lewis, Sr. and Sarah Cagle Lewis were buried in the Lewis family cemetery, known as Lewis Cemetery, which is located on their original home place, where they first settled, at the bottom of "Lewis Mountain".

TVA documented on one of their old maps the location of Lewis Cemetery containing five graves + (Plus). Today the land is owned by Rebecca Welch and the Lewis Cemetery is located in their cow pasture on Sunny Brook Farm Road. If one takes Bakers Chapel Road until it turns into Lewis Mountain Road N., then turn onto Angeltree LN and follow that road, it turns into Sunny Brook Farm Road. In the year "2006", William E. "Sonny" Lewis found the location of the Lewis Cemetery, and the location of their grave sites. There had been two limestone grave markers and foot markers facing the river which were those of Robert and Sarah Cagle Lewis. Ms. Welch knew the exact location of the cemetery, as well as, the location of the remains of the old Lewis Home. Her Father had owned the land before her and she had played in the cemetery and around the old remains of the old home as a child. She was kind enough to show William E. "Sonny" Lewis the locations and let him take photos of the areas.

Family links: 
  Jacob Cagle (1755 - 1845)
  Sarah (MNU) Cagle (1755 - 1820)
  Robert Lewis (1790 - 1850)
  John Henry Lewis (1816 - ____)*
  Leonard L. Lewis (1818 - 1897)*
  Henry Lewis (1820 - 1870)*
  Charles Leonard Lewis (1823 - 1888)*
  Robert Lewis (1828 - 1868)*
  Margaret Lewis (1832 - 1871)*
  Katherine Lewis Whitenburg (1834 - 1914)*
  Jacob Cagle (1773 - 1852)*
  Elizabeth Cagle (1788 - ____)*
  Sarah Cagle Lewis (1790 - 1850)
  John David Cagle (1800 - 1863)*
  William Cagle (1803 - 1876)*
*Calculated relationship
Lewis Cemetery
Marshall County
Alabama, USA
Created by: Judith Nan Lewis
Record added: Oct 15, 2011
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Sarah <i>Cagle</i> Lewis
Added by: Judith Nan Lewis
Sarah <i>Cagle</i> Lewis
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Sarah <i>Cagle</i> Lewis
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