Walt:Some of it fits.Jonathan Adcock left Granville Co., along with his brother, Stephen, and as far as we know they went directly to Dickson County, TN.Jonathan had married Patsy Johnson (from Granville County)9/8/1812, and Stephen had married Sara (Sally) Johnson (from Granville County)8/5/1809, and both marriages were in Granville County.Their nephew, Jesse, moved to Dickson Co. sometime in the 1830's or early 1840's. When Jesse (Jesse was the son of William Adcock and Elizabeth Johnson)wrote his step-mother (William's second wife), Lethea Adcock, in 1848, he mentions Uncle Jon, who lived near him in (Hickman-now Dickson Co.)When Lethea presented this letter in court in Granville County, the court awarded her Jonathan Adcock's and Stephen Adcock's parts in Edward Adcock's estate. She received $6.36!Edward was the father of Jonathan, Stephen, and William (and more children).Their mother was Tabitha White (either William White or Jonathan White's daughter, and the granddaughter of Thomas White).William and Lethea named my great grandfather Thomas Adcock. In his letter, Jesse mentions that "me and Dolly had a fine son, Jesse Henderson, born___." According to the Dickson County, TN descendants with whom I have had contact, Jesse was married the first time and had three daughters, and then married Dolly Myatt (who was the widow of Henderson Adcock) in Dickson Co.