Not sure if you are still on this forum, but I have a George Washington Kelso b.1836 and died 1863 in Lincoln County, TN.Not sure if this is the George you are looking for, but he is the son of Joseph Garrison Kelso and Anna Rose Collins Hines Kelso.Here is the infro I have on Joseph Garrison Kelso:
Birth:1784 Pennsylvania, USA Death:Jul. 21, 1846 Haywood County Tennessee, USA
Son of Garrison Kelso and Mary Evins.
Married Virginia Hardnett around 1809. They had 3 children, Milton Garrison, Oliver Perry and Mary Jane. He enlisted in the War of 1812 in Owingsville, Kentucky. Joseph served from May 12, 1813 to May 12, 1814, as a Sergeant. The family moved from Kentucky to middle Tennessee.
In 1820 Joseph married Anna Rose Collins Hines in Maury County, Tennessee. She was a widow with 3 children. They had 4 children John Franklin, Martha E, Silas Montgomery and William Stephen before moving to Haywood County, Tennessee in 1833.
After the move they had Mary Elizabeth and George Washington. Joseph was very active in Haywood Co. his name appears in many court documents. Both Joseph and Anna live in Haywood County for the rest of their lives.
In the book Kelso Kin writen by Virginia Naylor Smiyh. Joseph oldest son's wife described Joseph as " a tall fine looking man of shrewd mind and good manners"
Family links: Spouse: Anna Rose Collins Hines Kelso (1799 - 1874)*
Children: Milton Garrison Kelso (1810 - 1883)* Martha Elizabeth Kelso Waddle (1823-1889)* Williams Stephen Kelso (1829 - 1896)* George W. Kelso (1836 - 1863)*
Burial: Moore Cemetery Haywood County Tennessee, USA
Created by: Doug & Marilyn Parman Record added: Mar 07, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 34544679
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The following list is a compilation of funeral home records, those copied by volunteers, recollections of long-time residents of the community and some notes I made (those are in italics) from my own family research and visits to the cemetery. Basically all were the same information. This cemetery has a lot of unmarked graves. Either a tombstone was not put down or has been broken or deteriorated over the years. Some notes state that they discontinued using this cemetery because so many unmarked graves were uncovered when attempting a new burial.
Name: Kelso, Joseph Garrison Birth: 1784 Death: 7/21/1846 Spouse/Parent: 1st Wife Virginia HarWar of 1812 Veteran.
I also have this Kelso family dating back to Garrison Kelso who married Mary Evins.
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