A-2-1Jincy Lewter was born in 1796 in NC. She married Henry Thomas Faison.

 

Henry Thomas Faison and Jincy Lewter had the following children:

 

A-3-1  Henry T. Faison was born on 05 May 1818 in Tn.. He married Martha A. Browning on 04

 

A-3-2  Martha Faison.

 

A-3-3  Rebecca Faison.

 

A-3-4  Eliza Faison.

 

 

 

Notes for Jincy Lewter:

 

The executors (of Elias will) were ordered to receive a Negro allotted to the widow (un executors named) of the deceased's. Dec. Ct. 1813. Accounts ordered settled with Giles Lewter and John Wood, , Mar. Ct. 1814. James H. Wood was appointed guardian of Kinchen Lewter (orphan of the dec'd) Mar. Ct. 1814. Thomas Faison was appointed guardian of his wife Jincy Faison (orphan of the dec'd) Mar. Ct. 1814. Settlement of Accounts, June Ct. 1814. Thomas Faison was appointed guardian of the orphan Kinchen Lewter, Dec. Ct. 1814. Division of estate (no details) by Giles Lewter and John Wood Sr. Exrs Mar. Ct. 1815.

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1850 Census, Dist. 1, Giles County, Tn. 15 Oct. 1950

614 614 Henry F. Faison 33 M Farmer 500 NC

Jane Faison 54 F NC

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1850 Census, Dist. 1, Giles County, Tn. 15 Oct. 1950

614 614 Henry F. Faison 33 M Farmer 500 NC

Jane Faison 54 F NC

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1870 Census, Dist. 1, Giles County, Tn. 24 Aug. 1870 Page 16

109 109 Fason, Henry T. 53 M W Farmer 500 458 NC

Martha 38 F W Keeps House Tn

 

Notes for Henry Thomas Faison:

1850 Census, Dist. 1, Giles County, Tn. 15 Oct. 1950

614 614 Henry F. Faison 33 M Farmer 500 NC

              Jane Faison 54 F NC

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1860 Census, Southern Division, Giles County, Tn. 15 Aug. 1860, Page 119

 

807 774 Fayson, Jane 61 F Farmer 600 3556 NC

775 Swimey, Martha      38 F 200 NC

                      William F. 18 M Farm labor Tn.

                      Eliza J. 14 F Tn.

                      Susan F. 11 F Tn.

880 861 Fayson, Henry T. 42 M Farmer 530 2420 NC

                            Martha A. 27 F Tn.

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File Box II, Filed March 12, 1887- pg 6

To sell Dower tract of Jane Faison

W.J. McNeely vs. Henry T. Faison

W.J. McNeely respectfully showed to the Court that Henry T. Faison formerly of Giles County died here, intestate, many years ago owning a tract of land in the 1st Civil District of Giles County. Of this land, Dower was assigned to his widow Jane Faison. Henry T. Faison left four children surviving: Henry T. Jr., A. Rebecca Swinnea, Martha P. Swinnea and Eliza Beaman. Daughters A. Rebecca Swinnea and Martha P. Swinnea sold their share in the land to W. J. McNeely. Eliza Beaman died many years ago leaving Mary F., wife of Jerry Murphy, Margaret wife of ____Clark, Martha Balford (widow) and Sarah S. Fitzgerald who died leaving one son, Matthew Blanford Fitzgerald. The land was sold at the North Door of the Courthouse in Pulaski, October 17,1887. W. J. McNeely became the purchaser.

Estate Settlements

File Box II, Filed March 12, 1887- pg 6

Henry T. Faison his widow Jane Faison.

Henry T. Faison LEFT FOUR CHILDREN surviving:

1. Henry T. Jr.,

2 A. Rebecca Swinnea,

3. Martha P. Swinnea

4. Eliza Beaman. Eliza Beaman died many years ago leaving:

4A. Mary F., wife of Jerry Murphy,

4B. Margaret wife of ____Clark,

4C. Martha Blanford (widow) and

4D. Sarah S. Fitzgerald who died leaving one son, Matthew Blanford Fitzgerald.

 

1895 - File Box V-1, Case 5021, #11 Giles County, TN H. T. Faison died, intestate, in Giles County in January or February 1893 [The Giles County, TN cemetery book, page 197, gives his death Date as 12 February 1902] (THIS IS AN ERROR; HE DIED IN 1893--Susan) THIS IS HENRY T. FAISON, JR., SON OF HENRY T. FAISON ABOVE--Susan.

He left surviving: 2(above). Martha Swinney a resident of Shelby County, Tennessee, 3(above). Becky Swinney resident of the State of Texas, ???? MARTHA wife of W. B. Browning resident of the State of Alabama, HIS LIVING SISTERS and 4A (above). May wife of Jere Murphery and 4C (above). Mrs. ___ Blanford widow of ___ Blanford, CHILDREN OF HIS DECEASED SISTER4(above) Mrs. ____ Beeman who died many years ago.

MARTHA, WIFE OF H. T. FAISON DIED SEVERAL YEARS PRIOR TO HER HUSBAND, NEVER HAD ANY CHILDREN. (This is W.C. Browning's sister, Martha Browning---Susan's note)

Complaintant would further show that H. T. Faison was once the owner of a tract of land in District #1 bounded North by McNeely, South by Boswell, East by Lewter, West by Brown and contained 103 acres. H. T. and Martha Faison transferred to W. C. Browning in consideration of a written contract which signature which (sic) was irregular. P. C. Vanhoozer purchased the land from Browning. (Susan's note--P.C. Vanhoozer was married to Emma (Lewter) Browning's sister) Since the purchase Vanhoozer learned of the irregularity. Some of the heirs threatened to sue to recover land. P. C. Vanhoozer came into Court to have cloud on his deed removed. [Imogene's concern--Were there two Martha Faisons, or did Martha Faison Swinney marry W. C.

Browning?]

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