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From: "Galati 4" <>
Subject: Re: [SAMPSON] Re: Charles Sampson
Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 12:31:33 -0500
These are some misc. records I found while on a recent trip to TN.
I have more Sampson records and I will try to send them through the list
as I go through them. I am actually looking for the parents of Sampson
Goodman who shows up in Claiborne County, TN by 1830, but there are no
other Goodmans there until at least 1850. We have been checking into
the Sampson/Goodman family connections as a possibility. I am hoping
that someone can tell me where the following Sampsons came from and
ended up. I am trying to trace a few of the different families to see
if there is anything about my Sampson Goodman along the way! I will
share these tidbits in case they help someone else, even if they do not
help me! :( Can you tell me more about your Sampsons?
Enjoy the below records!
A note in the Pension Record of John and Mary Jones mentions a family
bible. A small piece of paper in the file lists:
"Joseph Sampson was born September 3, 1753"
Claiborne County, TN 5/11/1818
The last will and testament of George Fugate, Deceased was proven by an
oath of Joseph Sampson.
Claiborne County, TN 8/10/1818
A Deed of conveyance from Charles Sampson to Thomas R McCleary for 160
Stage Book 1846-1848 (located in Claiborne County, TN)
Route London, KY to Russelville, TN
1847-Charles Sampson driving the Stage
From: Cherokelt <>
Date: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 9:17 AM
Subject: [SAMPSON] Re: Charles Sampson
>What time period are we talking about? Do you know anything else about
>Charles' family? I have a Charles who is a brother to my 2G-gfather,
>Edward SAMPSON, and have no idea where he ended up.
>> I am looking for descendants of a
>> Charles Sampson who drove the Stage Coach through Cumberland Gap in
>> Claiborne County, TN.
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