William Harper Wright (1806-1888) married as his second wife, Tabitha (b.ca. 1800-1805). I think she was Tabitha Earhart, who in 1850 Davidson Co.,TN, was living with Elizabeth Ahart (sic), age 38; William Ahart, age 14; Mary Ahart, age 12; and Absalom Ahart, age 30. [Civil District 4).
I found that Nimrod Earhart married 8-27/9-6-1833, Elizabeth Stewart, by John Hall, JP.
In 1840, Nimrod is 30-40 and his wife is also 30-40; and they had 1 female, 5-10, and 1 male and 1 female under 5. Living in the same area were Abram Earhart,age 50-60, wife 40-50; and William Stewart, age 60-70.
My greater interest is in your posting regarding Rebecca Jane Umphreys (Humphreys) who married (1) Wade H (or J.) Earhart; (2) Samuel David Brown; and (3) William J. Pulley.
I believe that Rebecca Jane may be the daughter or granddaughter of James Humphreys and Elizabeth Wright. In the will of Charles Wright (made Dec 1825; proved Dec 1826, Davidson Co. TN), he lists his children including daughter, Elizabeth Umphries (sic).
Charles (d.1826) and his wife, Mary, also had a son, Hollis Wright (d. 1850, Davidson Co.TN)who married Sarah Humphreys in North Carolina before moving to Davidson Co., TN.
I think that Samuel David Brown, second husband of Rebecca Jane Humphreys, was a son of Robert Brown and his wife, Elizabeth Wright, daughter of Thomas Wright and Martha Tate.
I think that Wilson Hurt Brown who married Rebecca Jane Pulley was a descendant of Robert and Elizabeth; and I think that Elizabeth Hagar/Hager who married Reuben Aaron Pulley was a descendant of Jane Wright, another daughter of Charles Wright (d. 1826) and his wife, Mary, who married George W. Hagar.
I think that the Wrights and extended family, like the Earharts, came to Davidson Co., TN, from Lincoln Co., NC.
Can anyone verify any of this?
Robert P. Carver, son of Jonas Jackson Carver, son of Ranie Catherine Goodman, daughter of Permelia (Polly) Caroline (Callie) Crudup, daughter of Louisa Jane Wright, daughter of Charles Wright (1806-1854), son of Hollis Wright (d. 1850) and Sarah Humphreys, son of Charles Wright (d. 1826) and Mary (perhaps Baker)