Looking for the parents of Rebecca Morrow Nail Prewitt. She may have been the daughter of Benjamin Morrow of Lawrence County, Tennessee.I would like confirmation. Below is information for background.My line is Eliza Jane Prewitt who married Thomas Williamson.
Rebecca Morrow md. Archibald/Archer/Archie Nail Sept. 23, 1819 Lawrence Co., Tennessee
Mary Morrow md. Patrick Henry Prewitt/Pruitt Dec. 22, 1825, Lawrence Co., Tennessee.Was Mary a sister to Rebecca?The Prewitts went to Hardeman Co., Tennessee as well as the Nails.
Archer/Archie Nail died before September 1828 in Hardeman Co., Tennessee.
Children of Archie and Rebecca Nail: Mary Ann Nail md. James A. Hamilton William S. Nail md. Melinda Williamson, dau of Thos. and Catherine Williamson Thomas Nail md. Melissa Butler Benjamin Franklin Nail md. Martha
Rebecca Morrow Nail remarried to John Prewitt/Pruitt February 9, 1831 in Hardeman Co., Tenn.
John Prewitt died around September 1847 in Hardeman Co. NOTE:John was a brother to Patrick Henry Prewitt who married Mary Morrow.
Children of John and Rebecca Prewitt: Eliza J. Prewitt md. Thomas Williamson, son of Thos. and Catherine Williamson John Prewitt Sarah Prewitt md. Lafayette Tanner Malinda Pewitt
By 1860, Rebecca Morrow Nail Prewitt was living in Madison County, Tennessee with her daughter Sarah and son-in-law Lafayette Tanner.
The families of William S. Nail, Benjamin Franklin Nail, and Thomas Williamson went to the areas of Independence and Izard Counties, Arkansas.A brother of Thomas Williamson, Richmond P. Williamson was in that part of Arkansas.The Nails and Williamsons were living in Tippah Co., Mississippi before going to Arkansas.Tippah is below Hardeman Co., Tenn.
Apparently, a relation to the above people, named William Morrow came to Independence County, Arkansas. He died October 15, 1864 in Independence County, Arkansas. According to his probate papers, his heirs were William Nail, B. F. Nail, Mary Hamilton, and Eliza Jane Williamson. All residents of Arkansas.Richmond P. Williamson or B. F. Nail were administrators of the estate at various times.On May 23, 1867, Rebecca Pruett of Madison County, Tennessee gave power of attorney to William S. Nail in respect to her interestin the estate of William Morrow.No family relationship is ever given in the papers between William Morrow and his heirs.