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General Thomas Love of western North Carolina and western Tennessee and his brothers Robert and James

Robert A. Love
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
St. Petersburg, Florida : R.A. Love, [194-?]
43, [1] leaves

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Samuel Love and Dorcas Bell were married in Augusta County, Virginia, in 1759 and settled near Tinkling Spring. They had six children. Samuel Love moved his family to Wythe County, Virginia, ca. 1775, and attempted to settled in Carter's Valley, Tennessee, ca. 1776. After Tennessee, Samuel Love returned to Wythe County, Virginia, where he died in 1781. His son, Thomas Love (1766-1844) was born in Augusta County. He was too young to fight in the Revoluionary War with his brothers, Robert and James. After his father's death, he migrated to Robert Love to east Tennessee. They migrated to Buncombe County, North Carolina, in 1790. He was in Indian battles and was known of General Love by 1790. He married Matha Dillard. They had at least ten children. He and his wife are buried in Green Hill Cemetery, Waynesville, North Carolina.

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