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Jesse JENNINGS, Jr.
Agnes Stone ALLSUP
Husband:  Jesse Edward JENNINGS, Jr.
Birth:  31 Aug 1780, Campbell? Co., VA
Father:  Jesse JENNINGS
Mother:  Rachel EATON

A file at WorldConnect gives his midde name as, "Edward."

Marriage:  23 Nov 1803, Grainger Co., TN
Wife:  Agnes Stone ALLSUP
Birth:  29 Nov 1785, Washington Co., TN
Death:  3 Aug 1869, Martindale, TX
Father:  James ALLSUP (c1760-c1832), VA? > TN
Mother:  Ms. __?__
Children:
  1.  Sarah Stone JENNINGS, b. 7 Sep 1804
  2.  Rachel Eaton JENNINGS, b. 26 Jul 1806
  3.  James Alsup JENNINGS, b. Mar 1808
  4.  William Henry JENNINGS, b. 11 Jun 1809, VA 
  5.  Ann Massengale JENNINGS, b. 9 Mar 1811; d. 26 Aug 1869; m. 1 Jan 1845, Tippah Co., MS, John Dennis CRUNK
  6.  Jesse Goode JENNINGS
  7.  Robert Jackson JENNINGS
  8.  Susannah Pulliam JENNINGS
  9.  Joseph Pulliam JENNINGS, b. 9 Nov 1818, Lincoln Co., TN; m. 7 Dec 1842, Tippah Co., MS, Susan Elizabeth CRUNK (1821-1897)
10.  Randolph Reed JENNINGS


Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  Broderbund.  WorldFamilyTrees.  Vol. 13, Pedigree #41.

3.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

4.  Emails from descendants.

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