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David MASHBURN
Sarah BROWN
Husband:  David MASHBURN
Birth:  4 Jan 1801, NC
Death:  14 Dec 1870, Kingston, Madison Co., AR
Disposition:  buried Upper Campground Cemetery, Kingston, Madison Co., AR 
Father:  William MASHBURN
or
Father:  Drury MASHBURN
Mother:  Elizabeth MORGAN
Sources disagree as to the parentage of David MASHBURN.
Marriage:  19 Oct 1826, Monroe Co., TN
Wife:  Sarah BROWN
Birth:  12 Mar 1807, TN
Death:  7 Oct 1887, Kingston, Madison Co., AR
Disposition:  buried Upper Campground Cemetery, Kingston, Madison Co., AR
Father:  John G. BROWN?
Mother:  Maryanne KEIKER
Children born in Monroe Co., TN:
1.  Matilda MASHBURN, b. 3 Sep 1827; m. 7 Sep 1849, Monroe Co., TN, Wyly MILLSAPS
2.  Eliza MASHBURN, b. 3 Sep 1829; m. Robert McCRACKEN
3.  Mary Ann MASHBURN, b. 12 Jan 1831
4.  John G. MASHBURN, b. 5 Jan 1833
5.  Lucinda MASHBURN, b. 5 Mar 1836; d. 1 Dec 1935, Little, Seminole Co., OK; m. 1854, Madison Co., AR, William Buford COMBS
6.  Lenora MASHBURN, b. 19 Feb 1840; d. 3 Jan 1919, Kingston, Madison Co., AR; m1.  Frank SISCO; m2. John BASHAM
7.  Elizabeth MASHBURN, b. 6 Dec 1844; m. Joe ROGERS 
8.  William Harding MASHBURN, b. 13 Apr 1846 
9.  Droura MASHBURN, b. 30 Oct 1848
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Sources:

1.  Byron Sistler & Barbara Sistler.  1987.  Early East Tennessee Marriages.  Byron Sistler & Assoc., Inc., Nashville, TN (included Monroe Co.):  not found.  This series of books (i.e., East, Central, and West Tennessee Marriages) is said to contain every extant ante-bellum marriage record in Tennessee.

2.  1830 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1830 David Mashburn Monroe Co. TN p. 114

3.  1840 Census.  Based on the birthplaces of the children, David Mashburn should be in Monroe Co., TN, but he is not found in the Broderbund database because surnames from the mid-H's through Z are missing from the database, both at GenealogyLibrary.com and on CD-316.  These surnames are also missing at Ancestry.com, so they must have bought their data from the same dubious source.  Please see my WARNINGS regarding use of these census databases, especially for Tennessee. 

4.  1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1850 WASHBURNE DAVID TN Monroe 11th Civil Dist. p. 5

5.  1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1860 WASHBURN DAVID AR Madison Kings River Twp. p. 465

6.  1790-1870 Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1870 MASHBURN DAVID AR Madison Kings River Twp. p. 394

7.  Descendants of Drury Mashburn  by Lisa Ann Mashburn.
She [Sarah BROWN] was probably the daughter of John G. Brown whose family was living near the senior William Mashburn family in Monroe County Tennessee in 1830.  In that year both John and David were living near Madisonville, county seat of Monroe County, close to what is now Hiwassee College...  We know that David and Sarah were married October 19, 1826, in the residence of the bride's father, by Justice of the Peace John Waw.  The witnesses were John and Lucinda Wiggins.

8.   Archives of the MASHBURN-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

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