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 Valentine Sevier

Valentine Sevier

Greater London, England
Death 30 Dec 1803 (aged 101)
Carter, Carter County, Tennessee, USA
Burial Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID 7443100 · View Source
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Pioneer, one of the first settlers of the state of Tennessee, father of Tennessee's first Governor, John Sevier.
Valentine SEVIER, (Valentine , Don DE XAVIER) was born Feb 1, 1701/1702 in St Giles Parish, London, England, and married (7) Jemima YOUNG. Valentine died on Dec 30, 1803 in Carter City, Near Watauga Settlement, Carter County, Tn.
He also married in 1744 in Culpepper Co., Va, (8) Joanna GOAD, daughter of John (my link) GOAD and Ann ISHAM, who was born Nov 1, 1723 in Virginia, Bedford Co., Va.. Joanna died after Aug 15, 1773 in Virginia, Rockingham Count, Va.
BIRT PLAC Virginia, Bedford County (Brunswick County Then), Virginia DEAT PLAC Virginia, Rockingham County, Virginia Valentine Sevier II and Joanna Goad Sevier settled in Culpepper Co., Va, moving later to Rockingham County, Va, where John Sevier, their eldest child and the most famous member of their family, was born Septmeber 23, 1745. Valentine Sevier arrived on Watauga Settlement, December 25, 1773 accompanied by 5 sons and 3 daughters to join his son Valentine who was already there. Immigrated to United States about 1740 in Orange County, Virginia. He took the oath of allegiance on August 27, 1778. He died at the Watauga Settlement in Carter County. It is possible that he was buried in the Green Hill Cemetery, Carter County, Tennessee on 12-31-1803.

-- Teresa Treadway (46900077)

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  • Created by: Dustin Oliver
  • Added: 15 May 2003
  • Find A Grave Memorial 7443100
  • Jean Bailey Moncier
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Valentine Sevier (1 Feb 1702–30 Dec 1803), Find A Grave Memorial no. 7443100, citing Carter Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Dustin Oliver (contributor 37143366) .