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John VAN BIBBER, Sr.
Margaret CHRISMAN
Husband:  John VAN BIBBER / BEBBER
Birth:  ca. 1765
Death:  1818, Claiborne Co., TN
Father:  Isaac VAN BIBBER, Sr.
Mother:  Sarah DAVIS
Marriage:  ca. 1787, Russell Co., VA
Wife:  Margaret CHRISMAN
Death:  Claiborne Co., TN
Father:  Isaac CHRISMAN, descendant of Jacob CHRISMAN of Alsace-Lorraine
Mother:  Jane SCOTT
Children:
1.  James VAN BEBBER; m. Elizabeth "Betty" YOAKUM
2.  Sarah VAN BEBBER; m. George VAN BIBBER
3.  Isaac VAN BEBBER, b. 30 Apr 1790, Lee Co., VA; d. 1866; m1. ca. 1816, Mary MARTIN; m2. 1839, Sarah Parker HAMILTON
4.  Nancy VAN BEBBER, m. William RENFRO; son Milton RENFRO
5.  William VAN BEBBER, m. Elizabeth BARBEE
6.  Gabriel VAN BEBBER; m. Barbara CARLOCK
7.  Peter VAN BEBBER, b. 25 Dec 1798; d. 17 May 1873; m1. Martha HUNT; m2. Sarah GRIMES; m3. Mrs. Mary D. (__?__) LAMB


Sources:

1.  Logan and Van Bibber Families by Bruce Logan.  There is an extended, and interesting, bio of son, Isaac, in the newsletter archives, written by Steve Smith (ggg-grandson of Isaac VAN BEBBER & Mary MARTIN) in 1998.  (This mailing list is archived at RootsWeb.com, though it can also be accessed from the Van Bibber web site.)
CLAIBORNE County, Tennessee Marriage Records
Book 2, 1838-1850 (Book 1 is lost or stolen)


Page 11, #124
Marriage License Isd. To Isaac Vanbebber and Sarah Hamelton July 23, 1839, by Wm Neil Clk.  C. Stimp M.G. solemnized the Rites of Matrimony July 30, 1839.

NOTE:  This is Isaac VAN BEBBER, Sr., Esquire, son of John VAN BEBBER, Sr., Esquire and Margaret CHRISMAN.  Isaac married second to Sarah Parker HAMILTON, daughter of James HAMILTON, Sr., and Elizabeth "Betsy" WEAR.  Only one child was born to this couple, Margaret Jane VAN BEBBER.  It is believed that she died young before she married.



Page 53, #295
Marriage License Isd. To John Cawood and Marlena VanBebber July12, 1843, by Wiley Huffaker, Clerk.

NOTE:  Marlena VAN BEBBER was the daughter of Gabriel VAN BEBBER and Barbara CARLOCK.  Gabriel VAN BEBBER was the son of John VAN BEBBER and Margaret CHRISMAN.

Peter Van Bibber - 1853 - Ray Co., MO [BLM land grant]...
Peter VanBebber (25 Dec 1798 - 17 May 1873) was recorded on the 1840 - 1870 census of Ray Co., MO.  Peter married three times:  Martha Hunt, Sarah Grimes, and a widow, Mrs. Mary D. Lamb. (maiden name unknown).  Peter is buried in
Knoxville cemetery, Knoxville, Ray Co., MO.
Gabriel J. Van Bibber [son of Peter & Martha] - 1853 - Ray Co., MO [BLM land grant]...
Gabriel J. VanBebber  (29 Dec 1822 - 10 Mar 1880) married Mary Stinnett (15 Jun 1822 - 15 Feb 1897) and both are buried in Knoxville cemetery, Knoxville, Ray Co., MO.  Gabriel can be located on the 1850 - 1870 census of Ray Co., MO. Gabriel and Mary's only son, John, was born in 1843.  I have never been able to locate a marriage on them but believe they were married about 1841/42.
G. M. VanBebber [son of Peter & Sarah] - Caldwell Co., MO, Atlas - 1897...
George Marshall VanBebber (21 Sep 1838 - 3 Nov 1919) married Serepta Jane Lamb (3 Apr 1834 - 16 Mar 1913) on March 1, 1866 in Ray County, Missouri.  Serepta was the daughter of George's stepmother (Peter's third wife) Mary Lamb. George and Serepta were recorded on the 1870 - 1910 census of Caldwell County, Missouri.  Both are buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery, Ray County, Missouri.

2.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

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