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William Park Billingsley and Nancy Margaret McCreary



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William Park BILLINGSLEY and Nancy Margaret McCREARY




Husband William Park BILLINGSLEY

         Born: 9 Jul 1798 - Washington Co., Tennessee
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         Died: Abt 1850 - Clairborne Co., Tennessee
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       Father: Jesse BILLINGSLEY (1774-1821)
       Mother: Elizabeth PARKER (1773-1854)


      Married: 1819




Wife Nancy Margaret McCREARY

         Born: 1801 - Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1850 - Clairborne Co., Tennessee
       Buried:  - Clairborne Co., Tennessee


       Father: George McCREARY (Abt 1772-1825)
       Mother: Unknown UNKNOWN (      -      )





Children
1 M Linnaeus BILLINGSLEY

         Born: 1827 - Speedwell, Clairborne Co. Tennessee
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       Spouse: Mary Eliza HUNTER (1819-1889)
         Marr: 4 Jan 1846 - Clairborne Co., Tennessee



2 M George Mccreary BILLINGSLEY

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3 F Mary Jane BILLINGSLEY

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4 F Eliza Jerusha W. BILLINGSLEY

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5 F Emily BILLINGSLEY

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6 F Barella A. BILLINGSLEY

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7 F Elizabeth BILLINGSLEY

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8 M William Park BILLINGSLEY Jr.

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9 F Sarah BILLINGSLEY

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10 M Samuel BILLINGSLEY

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General Notes (Husband)

William came to Powell Valley from Washington Co., Tennessee about 1830. He was killed when he was run over by a wagon loaded with iron. He was a blacksmith. He also engaged in farming. His Granddaughter has a pair of hand scales made in London which William used for weighing out medicines. William and his wife are buried in unmarked graves.


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