RWS John Lee

RWS John Lee

Birth
North Carolina, USA
Death
15 Oct 1840 (aged 85)
Ware County, Georgia, USA
Burial
Echols County, Georgia, USA
Memorial ID
35975533 View Source

John Lee was born between 1750/1760 in the Wayne Co/Halifax Co area of North Carolina. He died in Ware Co around 1838 near Fargo Ga.(now Echols Co. Ga). He was possibly the son of Walter Washington Lee (b. abt 1725)

He married Elizabeth (last name unknown) They lived in Wayne Co NC., moved to Bulloch Co.GA, bgt land in 1798. They were among the first settlers of Appling Co. Ga. when it was opened up to settlers in 1819, and are found there in the 1820 census.

Children of John and Elizabeth Lee:
1. James b. c1790 NC d. 1852 Alma Ga. m Cinderella Sellars
2. Richard b. c1794 m. Mary Ann Newbern
3. Lewis b. c1797 m. Susannah Walker (moved Fla)
4. Elizabeth b. c1796 d.1880 Clinch Co. Ga. buried Old Joyce Family Cemetery, Dupont, Ga. m. DJ Blackburn
5. Jincy b. c1798 m. 12-16-1825 in Telfair Co to Bryant Benjamin Wooten (1795-1867)
6. George b. c1801 d. c1882 Ware co. M. Polly Stephens, Rebecca Griffis, Mary Carter
7. Mary Ann m. Hickox

John Lee was a Revolutionary Soldier in North Carolina, and drew land as such in the 1827 land lottery, residing at the time in Ware County. (Page 60 Knight's NC Roster of the Revolution). He entered the military at Halifax, NC. (PVT, Martin's CO 2, NC REGT Revolutionary War)

His last years were spent near the Suwannee River where he died. He is buried in the Boney Bluff Cemetery at the Bethel Primative Baptist Church in Echols County Georgia. At the time of his death this was a part of Ware County.

He was possibly the son of James Lee.

John Lee was born between 1750/1760 in the Wayne Co/Halifax Co area of North Carolina. He died in Ware Co around 1838 near Fargo Ga.(now Echols Co. Ga). He was possibly the son of Walter Washington Lee (b. abt 1725)

He married Elizabeth (last name unknown) They lived in Wayne Co NC., moved to Bulloch Co.GA, bgt land in 1798. They were among the first settlers of Appling Co. Ga. when it was opened up to settlers in 1819, and are found there in the 1820 census.

Children of John and Elizabeth Lee:
1. James b. c1790 NC d. 1852 Alma Ga. m Cinderella Sellars
2. Richard b. c1794 m. Mary Ann Newbern
3. Lewis b. c1797 m. Susannah Walker (moved Fla)
4. Elizabeth b. c1796 d.1880 Clinch Co. Ga. buried Old Joyce Family Cemetery, Dupont, Ga. m. DJ Blackburn
5. Jincy b. c1798 m. 12-16-1825 in Telfair Co to Bryant Benjamin Wooten (1795-1867)
6. George b. c1801 d. c1882 Ware co. M. Polly Stephens, Rebecca Griffis, Mary Carter
7. Mary Ann m. Hickox

John Lee was a Revolutionary Soldier in North Carolina, and drew land as such in the 1827 land lottery, residing at the time in Ware County. (Page 60 Knight's NC Roster of the Revolution). He entered the military at Halifax, NC. (PVT, Martin's CO 2, NC REGT Revolutionary War)

His last years were spent near the Suwannee River where he died. He is buried in the Boney Bluff Cemetery at the Bethel Primative Baptist Church in Echols County Georgia. At the time of his death this was a part of Ware County.

He was possibly the son of James Lee.

Bio by: Faye Smith Sinclair


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North Carolina, PVT, Martin's CO 2, NC REGT Revolutionary War


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