Per Rutherford County marriage records, Elizabeth Jane (or Jane Elizabeth?) Coleman married Evans G. Bennett in Rutherford County, February 12, 1857.
Evans and Jane had three sons and a daughter:
Henry (b. ~1857)
Benjamin (b. ~1859) (living with them in 1880. may not be their son)
Evans Ebenezer "Ebb" (b. ~1863)
Jennie (b. 1868)
Per US Census records, the family made their home in the 4th district of Rutherford County.
In the 1880 US Census for Rutherford County, district 4, Evans Bennett (age 41) lived with wife Jane (age 42) and sons Henry W. (age 22), Benjamin (age 21), Ebb (age 19), and daughter Jennie (age 12) . Evans was a farmer, Jane a housekeeper, Henry Bennett a school teacher, Ben a laborer, Ebb a farmer, and Jennie at school. Also in the household is Alford Bennett (age 17), a laborer and African American, as well as Mary Long (age 60), a boarder.
Jane died February 11, 1900 and was buried in Bennett Cemetery, Rocky Ford Rd., Tennessee. Her marker has apparently been lost over the years, as it was not visible in 2014.
Evans Garrott Bennett
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