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Fielding Warren of KY married Mary Bell Thompson in 1863 Pulaski KY

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Re: Fielding Warren of KY married Mary Bell Thompson in 1863 Pulaski KY - Burris Warren

Posted: 5 Jan 2005 10:22AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Edited: 30 Jun 2005 11:05AM GMT
Surnames: warren, peacock, waddle, owsley, slaughter, patton, morrison, mccann, mcclaren, hinson, jones, milam
Donna

Burris Warren,Sr b 1752 Amherst Co., Va. died 1842 Hickman Co., Tenn. married Sarah Peacock =================================
Burris Warren found in:

Genealogical Records: Early Kentucky Settlers, 1700s-1800s
Listed in: Kentucky Soldiers of the War of 1812
Page number: 290

==This is some of the information I show on Burris Warren==
Hope it will help..............Norma
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Burris Warren, Sr. Notes
1782 Tax List Virginia
1789 Lincoln Co. Ky tax list book 2 p 14, Burress Warren paid his taxes on the 13th of August
"is the only Warren in this tax district there were 3 districts but David Waddle
" (father in law of David Warren"
1795 July Burris puts 260 acres on Drakes Creek it boarders Jones line
1797 Lincoln Co., Ky tax list Book 3 p 31 Burronss Warren no land listed but paid his tax on April 13th along with James, Charles, John, Reuben, Charles, Jno, John all directly above him Thomas "who is directly below
7-9-1799 Tax List Microfilm CD#5 p191 75 Acres Drake Co. Creek, Lincoln Co., Ky.
8-23-1800 census Lincoln Co., Ky. Tax list p16 Burris Warren 75 acres on Drake Creek paid on the 25th of ?
1801 May 26, settled and improved on vacant lands Burris Warren 400 ac Brush Creek
1806 400 acres Bee Lick
1807 400 acres Bee Lick & is listed next to Gabriel Warren
1810 400 acres Bee Lick
"his name & absent are scrached out 1st Tax List Pulaski Co., Ky. Burris Warren Sr."

*********1810 census Pulaski Co., Ky. Tax List 01001-1100120 p126 "Burris Warren"

1810 400 acres Bee Lick Fork
1811 400 acres Bee Lick
1812 no land
1813 200 acres Bee Lick
1814 200 acres Bee Lick
1815 200 acres Bee Lick
Burris Warren, Jr. died 1815 in Rockcastle Co., Ky. from wounds or disease received in the War of 1812, his estate was to be settled by John Warren & Charles Warren book 1 p370

Burris Warren the son of Jno/John Warren in 1801 he settled and improved 400 acres in Brush Creek

REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775-1783
Burris Warren served in the American Revolutionary War from Kentucky He was in Capt. Jonathan Owsleys Co.,Kentucky detached militia commanded by Lt. Col. Gabriel Slaughter. Burris Warren enlisted 11-10-1814 for 6 months served as a private.

Roll of Capt. Jonathan Owsley Co., Ky. detached Militia - Rank Priviate
Burris Warren War of 1812 Date of application 11-10-1814. Enlisted for 6 Months

Lincoln County Ky Tax rolls

1787 Burress over 21 only Warren in that district
1789 Burress 21+ 1 horse only Warren in that district
1791 Burris 21+ 3 horses only Warren in that district
1794 Burris 70 acres 21+ 2 horses 11 cattle only Warren in that district
1795 Burris 50 Drakes Creek 21+ 4horses 16 cattle only Warren in that district
1796 Burris 50 acres 21+ 3 horses 8 cattle only Warren in that district
1797 Burris 50 acres over 21 4 horses only Warren in that district
Burrows over 21 1 horse 1 cattle in same distr. as Charles etal
1798 just the younger one with Charles Warren and his family

1799 Burres 75 a. Drake creek J Bledsoe original 21+ 4 horses
same book as Charles brood but 6 weeks later
no younger found
1800 same as 1799
6-8-1801 75 ac Drake Creek, Burris Warren p333 Microfilm CD#5
1801 Burres Warren 75 acres Dicks River T. Owsley over 21 and 1 male between 16 -21 5 horses Younger Burres is found as Burres Jr., Charles Sr, Jr, John, John Jr different day
1802 no Burres but third book is missing
Jr with John Charles is on another date

from here on I only find the Younger Burres in Lincoln's Tax rolls until 1814 bottom of page
Warren, illegible, 3 lots 2 Mt Vernon, & E. Station over 21 value of lot smeared 200 (tax Paid?) top next page
Warren, Bryant, 2 town lots Mt Vernon $50 over 21 2 horses 100

1815
Warren, Bryant over 21 1 horse $70
Warren Peter over 21 2 horses $15 other surnames
Warren, Burres 50 acres T Owsley 21+ 5 horses $140 more names
Warren,Thomas 21+ 2 horse 3 toen lots $124 $184

1816 no Burris or Bryant Town lots with Thomas

Pulaski County Tax rolls

1807 Warren, Burres 400 a Bee Lick surveyed B Warren
1808 none
1809 none
1810 Warren, Burres 400 acres Bee Lick Fork
1811 Warren, Burres " surveyed same
1812 Warren, Burres no land mentioned
1813 Warren, Burris 200 Bee Lick surveyed B. Warren
1814 Warren, Burris 200 Bee Lick "
1815 Warren, Burris 200 Bee Lick
1820 census Hickman Co., Tenn
1830 Census Hickman Co., Tenn
1840 Census Hickman Co., Tenn......about 90 years old had abt 5 children

Descendants of Burris Warren

Generation No. 1

1. BURRIS WARREN was born 1752, and died 1842 in TN. He married MISS PEACOCK.

Notes for BURRIS WARREN:
According to A HISTORY of HICKMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE, by Spence, 1900; Bunis (Burris) Warren in 1818 traveled from North Carolina with John Patton and Billy Morrison to the lower part of the 11th District (Beaverdam Creek area) of Hickman Co., TN. All three of them had married sisters named Peacock. In 1820 Joseph, John and Cleve McCann (relatives of Warren, Patton, and Morrison) came to Hickman County from North Carolina and settled in the same area.
Burris is listed on page 4 of the 1820 Census of Hickman Co., TN. On April 21, 1822 Burris sold a Negro girl named Juda to Thomas Warren for $500. She was listed as being about 14 years old. This sale was registered on July 11, 1823 in Hickman Co., TN. On July 20, 1822 Burris sold a Negro boy named Peter to Thomas Warren for $500. Peter was listed as being about 19 years old. This sale was registered on December 24, 1823 in Hickman Co., TN. The witness to this sale was Charles Warren. On September 9, 1822 Burris sold a Negro boy named Peter to Daniel McClaren for $500. Peter was listed as being about 18 years old. This sale was registered on September 2, 1824 in Hickman Co., TN. Burris appears to be living in the household of Charles Warren (his son) in the 1830 Census of Hickman Co., TN. It seems that the census taker listed this household twice in that year; once on page 261 and again on page 291. Burris is listed on page 203 of the 1840 Census of Hickman Co., TN. He's listed as being between 80 and 89 years old. The census that year showed that he owned one female slave between the age of 24 and 35.
According to the GOODSPEED'S BIOGRAPHICAL & HISTORICAL MEMOIRS of WESTERN ARKANSAS, POPE COUNTY, 1891; Dr. D. T. Warren told that his "grandfather, Burris Warren was a native of England and came to America in colonial times. He was a soldier in the Revolution and in the Battle of Bunker Hill he received a slight wound, although he continued to fight for independence until the close of the war. He had but one brother and he was also in the Revolutionary War, but on the other side. After the war Grandfather Warren lived in North Carolina for some time, married, and settled in Middle Tennessee, where he died about 1842. He was the father of about five children."


Notes for CHARLES WARREN:
Charles was a witness when Burris Warren registered the sale of a Negro boy to Thomas Warren on December 24, 1823, in Hickman Co., TN. He was a witness when Thomas Warren sold 26 acres to Sally Warren, which was registered on December 28, 1827, in Hickman Co., TN. He was a witness when Thomas Warren sold 5 acres to Sally Warren, Jr., which was registered on September 17, 1828, in Hickman Co., TN. According to A HISTORY of HICKMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE, by Spence, 1900, page 311; "At a (Militia) muster at the Cross Roads, above Peeler's, in 1830, Meredith Hinson and Charles Warren, who had prior to this been friends, engaged in a pugilistic encounter, from the effects of which both died within two weeks." According to GOODSPEED'S BIOGRAPHICAL & HISTORICAL MEMOIRS of WESTERN ARKANSAS, POPE COUNTY, 1891; Dr. D. T. Warren of Atkins, Arkansas told of his parents, Charles and J. (Jones) Warren, natives of Tennessee. His father (Charles) was said to be a stone-mason by trade, and died in April, 1832. He told that his mother then moved to Mississippi in 1845, and resided there until her death in 1852.

iii. THOMAS WARREN, b. 1799, KY; d. Bef. 1870, TN; m. NANCY MILAM, Jan 22, 1818; b. Dec 20, 1799, SC; d. Aft. 1870, TN.

Notes for NANCY MILAM:
Nancy is listed in the household of her son Missouri Warren and his family in the 1870 Hickman Co., TN Census.

iv. ELIZABETH WARREN, b. Abt. 1810; d. Abt. 1842; m. BARTLETT MILAM, SR., Abt. 1828; b. 1809, TN; d. Aft. 1880, Hickman Co., TN.








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Burris Warren, Jr. died 1815 in Rockcastle Co., Ky. from wounds or disease received in the War of 1812, his estate was to be settled by John Warren & Charles Warren book 1 p370

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