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 Enoch Odle

Enoch Odle

Birth
Virginia, USA
Death 1858 (aged 81–82)
Wright County, Missouri, USA
Burial Laclede County, Missouri, USA
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Memorial ID 15590178 · View Source
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ODLE, Enoch 75 m NC fmr b 19 Mar 1776 VA d ca 1858 Wright Co MO,
there are claims filed against his estate 3 Aug 1858; s/o Samuel O'DELL b 16 Jan
1750 & Elizabeth JOB, Samuel left a will in Jefferson Co TN naming
Enoch, Solomon, Jeremiah, Sarah & Rachel as his children; Enoch was a
soldier in the War of 1812 along with Andrew JACKSON; he 1st m 22 Aug 1799
Greene Co TN Catherine PRYOR; he moved to White Co TN where he 2nd m Sarah
RAMSEY;
Mary 67 f KY probably 3rd w/o Enoch ODLE;


Name: Catherine Pryor
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 1780
Death: BEF 1825 in White Co., Tennessee
Note:
Greene Co.,, Tennessee. Marriage document signed by Joseph Pryor. Bond signed by Joseph Pryor and Enoch O'Dell-

Source: Film #873.923 "Early Marriage Bonds 1783-1820 Of Greene Co. , Tenn. (once part of Washington Co.,, North Carolina).


Marriage 1 Enoch Odle b: 19 MAR 1779 in Greene Co., NC (today Greene Co., TN)
Married: 22 AUG 1799 in Greene Co, Tennessee
Children
Samuel Odle b: 30 OCT 1800 in White Co, Tennessee
Elizabeth Odle b: ABT 1802 in White Co, Tennessee
Jeremiah Odle b: 1805 in White Co, Tennessee
Margaret R. Odle b: 7 MAR 1806 in White Co., Tennessee
Cintiah A. Odle b: 1808 in White Co., Tennessee
Rachel Odle b: 15 APR 1810 in White Co., Tennessee
Abraham Odle b: 26 MAY 1814 in White Co., Tennessee
Mary 'Polly' Odle b: BET JAN AND MAR 1820 in White Co., Tennessee
Rebecca Odle b: 1824 in White Co., Tennessee

Written by Amy Byrum Miller, 160 Meadow Brook Lane, Plant City, Florida 33565

ENOCH ODELL
Enoch Odell was born 19 March 1776 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, son of Samuel Odell (II) and Elizabeth Job(e) Odell. With others of his family, Enoch moved from Virginia to the Smoky Mountain area of North Carolina-Tennessee. Odell family records are now located in Cocke and Jefferson County, Tennessee. He married Sarah Ramsey and they were the parents of nine children. (Rachel, born 15 April 1810 was number five). Enoch served under Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812 and sometime after that date he and other family members settled in the first district of White County, Tennessee, near Green Spring on the Caney Fork of the Cumberland River. This land may have been a military grant for service in the War of 1812.
It was in White county that the paths of the Bohannons and Odells crossed. Members of both families were to migrate together to Illinois then to Missouri. Bohannons and Odells (Odles) were some of the original owners of land opened for settlement in 1840 in what later became Wright and Laclede counties of Missouri.
Enoch Odell died in Laclede County and is buried in a private cemetery twelve miles south of Lebanon.
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So urce: HISTORY OF LACLEDE COUNTY (MO), pages 449-50.

ENOCH O'DELL
Enoch O'Dell was born in Virginia, March 19, 1779. Enoch was the son of Samuel O'Dell, who was born January 16, 1750. Enoch was married to Sarah Ramsey. He was an old soldier in Jackson's war. Enoch moved to Tennessee and was the father of three sons and five daughters. Later he moved to Missouri where he died.
One of the sons of Enoch O'Dell was Samuel O'Dell, born in White County, Tennessee, October 30, 1800. He was of Scotch-Irish descent. Samuel was twice married. He was first married in White County, Tennesee, to Miss Cynthia Walker, who bore him seven chidlren. They immigrated to Illinois in 1830, and after residing in Macoupin County for six years, Cynthia died. Being discouraged by sickness, Samuel O'Dell immigrated to what is now Laclede County, Missouri in 1836, settling on the Osage Fork of the Gasconade River, ten miles south of Lebanon. He was married the second time in 1838 to Mary Devasure, who was of German descent. Mary was born in Maury County, Tennessee in 1815. She preceded Samuel to Laclede County by only a few months. Mary Devasure O'Dell and Samuel O'Dell were the parents of nine children. Samuel continued to reside on the Osage Fork of the Gasconade River until his death in 1881. He was one of the pioneer men of this section of the county. Mary Devasure O'Dell died December 17, 1888. Samuel and Mary O'Dell were buried in a cemetery about twelve miles south of Lebanon, Missouri, known as the O'Dell cemetery. It is believed Enoch O'Dell was buried at this same location. Their graves have now been destroyed, much to our sadness, by the modern mechanization of farming.
Johnathan O'Dell, son of Samuel O'Dell and Cynthia (Walker) O'Dell was born May 2, 1828. Jonathan was married to Sarah J. Calton on February 16, 1851. They were the parents of eleven children: infant twins (names unknown), William H., Lisa Ann (O'Dell) Overland, Martha Adeline (O'Dell) Lorance, Mary Angeline (O'Dell) Younger, Abraham Franklin, Sarah J., Letha Emily (O'Dell) Lawson, John Isaac, and Jonathan Thomas. Sarah J. (Calton) O'Dell died April 12, 1874, and was buried at the O'dell Cemetery located 12 miles south of Lebanon, Mo. Jonathan was then married to Tempy E. Dennis on March 21, 1878. They were the parents of seven children: Rebecca E. (O'Dell), Dennis, James S., George W., Charles H., Nancy C. (O'Dell) Sharp, Syntha Eva (O'Dell) Randals, and Lillian May (O'Dell) Hill. Tempy E. (Dennis) O'Dell died August 7,



Birth: Mar. 19, 1779
Virginia, USA
Death: 1858
Wright County
Missouri, USA
ODLE, Enoch 75 m NC fmr b 19 Mar 1776 VA d ca 1858 Wright Co MO,
there are claims filed against his estate 3 Aug 1858; s/o Samuel O'DELL b 16 Jan
1750 & Elizabeth JOB, Samuel left a will in Jefferson Co TN naming
Enoch, Solomon, Jeremiah, Sarah & Rachel as his children; Enoch was a
soldier in the War of 1812 along with Andrew JACKSON; he 1st m 22 Aug 1799
Greene Co TN Catherine PRYOR; he moved to White Co TN where he 2nd m Sarah
RAMSEY;
Mary 67 f KY probably 3rd w/o Enoch ODLE;
Probable unmarked grave.



1855 -June 27

"Enoch Odle, age 72, a resident of Wright Co, MO, swore that he serv ed in the Company commanded by Capt. D. Smith during the war of 1812 for t erm of 12 months and was discharged at Columbia, TN 20 April 1813 as he w as no longer needed. The declaration was for the purpose of obtaining t he Bounty Land to which he was entitled under the Act granting Bounty Land to officiers and soldiers engaged in the conflict.

-August 13

"Enoch Odle swore that he served in a company commanded by Capt. Willi am D. Smith, regiment of volunteers of Tennessee, commanded by Colonel tho mas Benton in the War with Great Britain. Under the act of 28 September 1 830, he received land Warrant #56491 for 80 acres, which is disposed of legally.

1858 -August 3

"Robert F. Cantwell made a claim against the estates of Enoch O'Dell, in t he Wright Co., Probate Court for three dollars. That same day Abraham Odle made a claim against the estate for fifty-two dollars. William Bohannon was the administrator of the Estate of Enoch O'Dell."



Marriage 1 Catherine Pryor b: ABT 1780
Married: 22 AUG 1799 in Green Co, Tennessee
Note:
Greene Co.,, Tennessee. Marriage document signed by Joseph Pryor. Bond si gned by Joseph Pryor and Enoch O'Dell-

Source: Film #873.923 "Early Marriage Bonds 1783-1820 Of Greene Co. , Ten n. (once part of Washington Co.,, North Carolina).
Children
Samuel Odle b: 30 OCT 1800 in White Co, Tennessee
Elizabeth Odle b: ABT 1802 in White Co., Tennessee
Jeremiah Odle b: ABT 1805 in White Co., TN
Margaret R. Odle b: 7 MAR 1806 in White Co., Tennessee
Cintiah A. Odle b: ABT 1808 in White Co., Tennessee
Rachel Odle b: 15 APR 1810 in White Co., Tennessee
Abraham Odle b: 26 MAY 1814 in White Co., Tennessee
Mary 'Polly' Odle b: BET JAN AND MAR 1820 in White Co., Tennessee
Rebecca Odle b: ABT 1824 in White Co., Tennessee

Marriage 2 Sarah Ramsey b: 17 MAR 1779 in Virginia
Married: ABT 1825 in White Co., Tennessee

Marriage 3 Mary ? b: ABT 1783 in Kentucky
Married: BEF 1850 in probably Missouri

Mary Polly Odell
Birth: 1820
White County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Oct. 7, 1901
Wright County
Missouri, USA
Parents: Enoch and Catherine Pryor Odell.





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  • Created by: Logan
  • Added: 3 Sep 2006
  • Find A Grave Memorial 15590178
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Enoch Odle (19 Mar 1776–1858), Find A Grave Memorial no. 15590178, citing Lower ODell Cemetery, Laclede County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by Logan (contributor 47127814) .