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Justice of the Peace John Gee, 1821 (also Potts Hughes)

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Justice of the Peace John Gee, 1821 (also Potts Hughes)

Posted: 2 Mar 2010 5:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
I find Warren Co. mentioned in a veteran's land application submitted by my ggg grandmother for her husband's service in the War With the Florida Indians. The following excerpt is from that application.

"She (Mourning Hughes Potts, in 1850) further states that she was married to the said John M. Potts in Warren County Tennessee on the sixteenth day of January, A. D. 1821 by one John Gee, a Justice of the Peace and that her name before her said marriage was Mourning Hughes, that her said husband died at his residence in Jackson County, Alabama on the Third day of March A. D. 1839 and that she is still a Widow."

Anyone with information about the Hughes, Potts, or Gee families please contact me.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Fred_Potts 3 Mar 2010 12:56AM GMT 
bublyb 13 May 2012 11:03PM GMT 
Fred_Potts 14 May 2012 9:45PM GMT 
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