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He wanted to raise him as his own son and make him Chief someday. Ellen Johnson 1844-1927; Newton Thomas Green 1846-1929; William H. David is reported to have told the Chief that he would have to ask Matilda, David's wife. Every year for several years, whenever the old Chief would come to Moscow, he would ask if they would let him have their son. Green 1847-1853; Margaret Matilda Woodward 1849-1917; Dorcas E. Elmore 1857-1951; Catherine Dorothy Wilson 1859-1883; David G. 1864-1957, Nell Peebles Wilkerson (GGD), 15576 Ruth Peebles (GGD), 15577 Jean Peebles Maxwell, (GGD), 15578 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Descendants of Timothy Coode Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Accordingly, you should confirm the accuracy and completeness of all posted information before making any decision related to any data presented on this site.Green, who laid, along with the foundation of his home and his blacksmith shop, fundamentals in the American way as a future blueprint for the town's growth. ..." Dorcas (Bitsy)(Ogden) Schooley recalls hearing her Grandmother (Gammy) Dorcas (Green) Lewis, tell about the Indian Chief who wanted to buy one of her brothers from her father, David Griggs Green. Their children: Henry Robert Green 1838-1888; Mary Ann Daniels 1839-1932; Arthur Berry Green 1842-1909; Eliza j.
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Virginia Mills writes that "her niece" found a "Cude Road" in Colifax, NC.
1999 - Betty Horner Lala - Linden, TN "I recently found a revolutionary pension application for Lydia Horner...daughter of George Horner and Elizabeth Holloway.
William, his oldest son, is listed separately as a married man with no children. Census 1810 appears incomplete in the county, as only Timothy, Sr. Timothy signed his will on 3 April 1806, speaking of his "plantation where on I now live, containing one hundred acres".
In 1818, Lydia sold her 100 acres to a William Adams.