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John C. CROCKETT
Rebecca Sullivan HAWKINS
Husband:  John C. CROCKETT
Birth:  10 Aug 1759, Washington Co., TN
Death:  ca. 1834, Jefferson [now Hamblen] Co., TN
Father:  David CROCKETT (c1729- )
Mother:  Elizabeth HEDGE (c1730-1777)
Marriage:
Wife:  Rebecca Sullivan HAWKINS
Birth:  ca. 1756, Old Joppa [now Rumsey Island), Baltimore Co., MD
Death:  15 Oct 1832, Rutherford, Gibson Co., TN
Disposition:  buried Tyson Family Cemetery, Rutherford, Gibson Co., TN
Children born in Greene Co., NC [now TN]:
1.  James William CROCKETT, b. ca. 1781; 30 Sep 1858, Lincoln Co., TN
2.  Aaron CROCKETT, b. 7 Mar 1782; d. ca. Jul 1836, Weakley Co., TN
3.  Nathan CROCKETT, b. ca. 1783; d. Nov 1839
4.  Wilson CROCKETT, b. ca. 1784; d. ca. 1810
5.  [James] Patterson CROCKETT, b. ca. 1785
6.  David Stern "Davy" CROCKETT, b. 17 Aug 1786
7.  Elizabeth CROCKETT, b. 17 Aug 1786
8.  John C. CROCKETT, b. ca. 1790
9.  Rebecca CROCKETT, b. ca. 1796
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee

Sources (n.b., Tennessee became a state in 1796):

1.  Marriage Record:

WorldConnect / WorldTree (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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