This is from the History of Brown County Lewis Township:
. . . . . . In 1810 came Christian Hoss and wife, from Lincoln County, N.C. They were of German extraction, and have left many descendants in this township. The same year, John Jackson brought his family from Kentucky, and settled in John Graham's Survey, No. 2,338. He was engaged in the Indian struggles in 1812. He wife is remembered as a noble, self-sacrificing woman, whose services as a nurse were always ready when needed by any of her neighbors. . . . . .
And this is from the history of Brown County:
Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church was organized as a class at the residence of Benjamin Sells about 1820. It is believed that Rev. Benjamin Lawrence officiated, and took into the class as members Benjamin Sells and wife, Jeremiah Plummber and wife, Jeremiah Joslin and wife, Thomas Yates and wife, Mrs. Molly Tatman, Namon Chapman and wife, William Plummber and wife, John Jackson and wife, and a few others. Namon Chapman was elected Class-Leader. The early meetings were conducted in private dwellings and the schoolhouse near Benjamin Sells' place. Abut 1825, the membership had attained sufficient strength to build a church, and a brick structure was reared about seventy-five yards south of the present church building. It was not entirely completed until about 1835. Namon Chapman, Jeremiah Plummer and Benjamin Sells were chiefly instrumental in its erection. The present commodious brick church was built nearly twenty-five years ago. Among the early ministers in charge of this church were Benjamin Lakin, William Thompson, Burrows Weslick, William Burke, James B. Finley, Henry B. Bascom and Rev. John Everhart.
I am trying to find John Jackson's parents or his wife's name.If anyone knows where this church is located, please let me know?