Simon Street

Birth
Death
1849 (aged 76–77)
Yancey County, North Carolina, USA
Burial
Bakersville Township, Mitchell County, North Carolina, USA
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110979520 View Source

Samuel Street was the patriarch of the Street family that resided in the Toe River Valley area of NC and in Carter County and Unicoi County of TN. Samuel was born about five miles north of Lynchburg, VA in Amherst County about 1770.

He was the son of Thomas and Lucy Street. (Samuel's Father)Thomas was born in Caroline County, VA about 1740, the son of Anthony and Elizabeth "Betsy" Brockman Street.

Simon was buried on his homeplace. The Mitchell County plantation stood atop a hill on Big Rock Creek. His original two story log home on his plantation, consisting of eight to ten rooms, in Burke County, was still standing until the 1950's.

Simon Street was one of the petitioners for the formation of a new county, to be called "Yancey" in 1825.

Samuel Street was the patriarch of the Street family that resided in the Toe River Valley area of NC and in Carter County and Unicoi County of TN. Samuel was born about five miles north of Lynchburg, VA in Amherst County about 1770.

He was the son of Thomas and Lucy Street. (Samuel's Father)Thomas was born in Caroline County, VA about 1740, the son of Anthony and Elizabeth "Betsy" Brockman Street.

Simon was buried on his homeplace. The Mitchell County plantation stood atop a hill on Big Rock Creek. His original two story log home on his plantation, consisting of eight to ten rooms, in Burke County, was still standing until the 1950's.

Simon Street was one of the petitioners for the formation of a new county, to be called "Yancey" in 1825.


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