Descendants of James McDade
1. JAMES1 MCDADE1,2,3was born 1749 in Hampshire Co, VA, and died July 30, 1833 in Jackson Co,VA. He married (1) RACHEL TANNER, daughterof EDWARD TANNER and RACHEL. She was bornAbt. 1760 in Harrison Co, VA, and died Bef. 1825. He married (2) MARGARET STEWART March 17, 1825 in Mason Co, VA.
Notes for JAMES MCDADE:
Pvt 2nd VA Brigade and 8thVA Regiment; Served w Capt Wm Voss of 12th VA reg under Col Wood in Gen Scott'sBrigade. Took part in engagements at Trenton, Brandywine, Germantown, Monmouth,Eulaw Spgs & Camden. At Eutaw Spgs rec'd a bayonet thrust through the body& sword wound on the wrist. At Camden rec'd a bullet wound in ankle whichrendered him unfit for service. Served3 yrs. Substituted for Uriah Gandee for 18 months. Rec'd pension in Mason Co,VA
(From: " WV in theAmer Rev" assembled & Edited by Ross B Johnston).
Uriah Gandee states, in hisclaim for Revolutionary War Pension, that he lived in Pennsylvania and Virginiaafter the war. He may have returned to Pennsylvania at the time of hisdischarge, December 1777, but he must have been in Virginia by 1780, as JamesMcDade substituted for him for eighteen months in a Virginia regiment beginningin 1780 and James McDade's application for pension reads: ".. . he wasdischarged at Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania after which dischargehe substituted in place of Uriah Gandy for the eighteen months and served underCaptain David Williams of the County of Hampshire and in the Regiment Commandedby Col. Campbell . . . ."
(From: Anna Herbertson's book " SomeDescendants of Uriah Sr., and Susannah Gandy/Gandee")
Rev War Pension App VAS38193 VA No. 7181 Enlisted from Hampshire Co VA
Placed on pension roll $96per year 3/5/1819 Mason Co. Received$1435.09 and died 7/30/1833 at age 86.
William Hannamon, BenjaminCox, and James McDade were the first known English settlers in Jackson County,moving into the Mill Creek area in May 1796. The first two built homes and tookup permanent residence in the county. McDade served as an Indian scout,traveling the banks of the Ohio River, with his only companion, a faithful dog,at his side. It was said that his sole ambition in life was to alert some poortraveler of the presence of Indians and preventing them from becoming a victimof what he viewed were murderous savages. (From "Early History of WV Counties")
In the month of May, 1796,William Hannamon, Benjamin Cox and James McDade reared their cabins within thepresent limits of Union District, and were thus the first to establishcivilized homes in what is now Jackson County. The first two became actual settlers and began to fell the forest andcultivate the soil. McDade, who was asoldier in the service of Virginia, selected a site for his future home, butcontinued to discharge the duties assigned him-that of Indian scout-and manydays and nights did he spend in the dreary wilderness between the mouths of theGreat and Little Kanawha Rivers,watching to catch a glimpse of the savage foe on the shore of the Old NorthwestTerritory beyond the Ohio. JacksonCounty was created in 1831, from parts of Mason, Kanawha and Wood, incompliance with an act of the General Assembly of Virginia, passed March 1st ofthat year, and named in honor of the hero of New Orleans, who was at that timePresident of the United States. Thepresent area of the county is 400 square miles.
(From "EarlySettlers of Jackson County by O. J.Morrison")
James McDade was on MasonCo tax rolls in years: 1806, 1807, 1809, 1810, 1811-1814. In 1810 & 1820 census for Mason Co, VA
1810 Mason county census:
3m under 10 ---Jesse,Samuel, ?
2m 16-26 ---
1m over 45 ---James
2f under 10 ---Margaret,Nancy???
1f 10-16 --- Susanna orSeany???
1f 16-26 --- Seany??? orSusanna
1f over 45 ---Rachel Graceis already married; Sarah probably is
1820 Mason Co
1 male 16-18 ---???? Sam ifborn 1804
2 males 16-25 ---Jesse 1800& Samuel?
1 male 45+ ---James
1 female 10-15 --- Margaret
1 female 16-25 --- Nancy
1 female 26-44 --- SeanyThis would mean Rachel was already dead
July 1798, page 97. James& Margaret Tanner, Arnold & Elizabeth (can't
see it but he signs lateras Cain), George and Nancy Hyde, Jesse & Grace
Hewes, James & RachelMcDade, Edward & Wife Tanner, and Samuel & Wife
Tanner, all of Harrison co,Virginia, to Alexander Sleeth for $1000.00,
1000 Acres. . in the forksof the west fork of the Little Kanawha River.
. . signed James Tanner,Edward Tanner, Samuel Tanner, Jesse Hewes,
James McDade, Arnold Cain.Recorded January 1799.
March 1797, page 98. James& Rachel McDade, of Covington Co, Virginia,
appoints Alexander Sleethhis attorney, to receive of the heirs of
Edward Tanner, deceased,125 acres of land, his part of 1000 acres just
described. Signed James (X)McDade and Rachel (X) McDade, Wit: James and
Margaret Tanner. RecordedJanuary 1799
1801 James McDade Jr &Sr are both showing on the Kanawha Co Tax list.
Jackson Co PersonalProperty book of 1831 shows James McDade with 2 horses, mares, colts, mules -Total tax 12; white males 16 & up -- 1
Will of James McDade:
I, James McDade, of thecounty of Jackson in the state of Virginia, being of sound mind and consciousthat it is destined for all men once to dye, have hereby thought proper to makedisposition of such property as it hath pleased God to bless me with in thisworld, in the following manner, to wit:
It is my wish and desireand I do hereby devise to my beloved wife Margaret McDade for and during hernatural life, all the Estate that I am in possession of, both real andpersonal, and at her death to be equally divided between my children and mywife Margaret's in equal proportion to each, except to my daughter, SallyGreathouse, she is not to have but one dollar to be made out of the propertywhen sold as hereinafter described. I also appoint John Harpold Executor ofthis my last will and testament, and that he will after the death of my wife,Margaret, sell the property then remaining and make distribution as abovementioned , hereby revoking all other will(s) by me heretofore made. In witnesshereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of July1833.
James McDade (Seal)
Teste: J(ohn) Armstrong
Ephraim S Evans
Will was probated September23, 1833, Benjamin Wright, Clerk of County Court
Will Book 1, Page 34,County Clerk's Office, Jackson County, West Virginia
(Copy rec'd from descendantBetty Briggs)
Notes for RACHEL TANNER:
I am descended from EdwardTanner through Rachel Tanner McDade. Betty Briggs [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Children of JAMES MCDADE and RACHEL TANNER are:
i. SARAH2 MCDADE, b. Abt. 1783,Prob in Mason Co, VA; d. June 30, 1869, Roane Co, WV; m. JOHN GREATHOUSE4,5,6,7,8,9,10, September 17, 1806, date of marriage bond in MasonCounty, VA11; b. March 1778, probably what later becameHarrison or Mason Co, VA; d. July 04, 1866, Roane Co, WV.
Notes for SARAH MCDADE:
Original microfilm showingmarriage bond 9/17/1806 in Mason Co, VA is on file at Colson Hall, Morgantown,WV JVW 1006 Rolls 3 and 4; her parents are listed on the marriage bond as Jamesand Rachel McDade.
Sarah "Sally" wasonly left one dollar in her father's will:
"It is my wish anddesire and I do hereby devise to my beloved wife Margaret McDade (2nd wife) forand during her natural life, all the Estate that I am in possession of, bothreal and personal, and at her death to be equally divided between my childrenand my wife Margaret's in equal proportion to each,
except to my daughter, SallyGreathouse, she is not to have but one dollar to be made out of the propertywhen sold as hereinafter described." Will was probated September 23, 1833.
Notes for JOHN GREATHOUSE:
Family Researcher names andaddresses and more data can be found on the Internet Site:
It is believed JohnGreathouse, Sr., a son of ?, was born about 3/1777 or 1778. It is said he was born in Harrison or MasonCo; ( Harrison County was created in 1784 from Monongalia County, (West)Virginia. At that time, Harrison County contained more than 1700 square milesand included all or parts of these counties: Barbour, Braxton, Doddridge,Gilmer, Lewis, Marion, Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, and
Upshur. Records forresidents of all of these counties prior to their formation will be found inHarrison County and/or Monongalia County) and in 1804 - Mason county was formedfrom a northwestern section of Kanawha county. John died July 4, 1866. Hisdeath date is confirmed through records in National Archives from hisapplication for land grant for service in War of 1812. In addition, Ted McMullen has photos of histombstone in Roane Co, WV reflecting his date of death.
He married SarahMcDade. It is reported that a MarriageBond was filed in Mason County, September17, 1806. This handwritten bond spells Sarah's surname, McDade as Mickdade and Micdade. Sarah, a daughter of James and RachelMcDade,was born about 1776 and died June 30, 1869. Her father was one of the very early settlers of Mason County.
There is a record of oneJohn Greathouse in 1810 in Mason County (ages do not seem to match):
Census shows 1 male childunder age 10; 1 male between age 26 & 45; 1 female 10 & under and onefemale age 16 to 26.
A John Greathouse is showingon Mason County Personal Property Taxpayers 1809-10-11-12-13 & 14.
On June 19, 1812, the UnitedStates declared war on Great Britain. Action during the war was primarilynaval: on the high seas, on the Great Lakes, and on Lake Champlain. Landbattles were fought mostly in the region of Detroit, along the Niagara frontier,and in the south. The war was ended by the Treaty of Ghent signed December 24,1814. VA's militia regiments wereorganized by county. John entered fromMason Co, VA in 1814 and was discharged in Norfolk VA after about 3 monthsservice.
The handwritten copy ofdischarge (from National Archives) states:
John Greathouse havingperformed a three months Tour of duty in the service of this United States atNorfolk in compliance with General Orders of the United States Adjutant Generalof the Commonwealth of Virginia bearing date the 8th day of March 1814 ishereby honourably discharged August 29th 1814. Signed (appears to be George Hastings) Lt Col. Commdt. 4 R.bn.(?) Traveltime home was considered to be 30 days (600 miles) from Norfolk to Wood Co, WVin 1814.
From National Archives(photocopy of handwritten documents) John Greathouse's application for landgrant from service in War of 1812:
State of Virginia
County of Roane
On this 4th day of August ADone thousand eight hundred and fifty six personally appeared before me, John WCain, justice of the peace within and for the county and State aforesaid JohnGreathouse aged seventy-four years, a resident the Roane County in the state ofVirginia who being duly sworn according to law declares that he is theidentical John Greathouse named in the within and the accompanying discharge ofthe date of the 29th of August 1814 and hereto admits he was drafted soldieraccording to general orders in the company commanded by Mathew McKown of the4th regiment of the Virginia militia commanded by General Porter in the war of1812 that he was drafted in the county of Mason sometime in May in the year1814 for the term of three months and continued in actual service in said warfor the term of three months and was honorably discharged at Norfolk on the29th day of August AD 1814 as will appear by my discharge herewithannexed. He makes this declaration forthe purpose of obtaining the Bounty land to which he may be entitled under theact granting Bounty land to certain officers and Soldiers who have been engagedin the military service of the United States passed September 28th 1850 and theamendatory act thereunto belonging never having received or knowing that he isentitled under any former act of Congress.
John X(hismark) Greathouse
July 5th 1856 Mr. Alfred Cain Reedy post Roane CountyVirginia
I request that you willprosecute my claim of Bounty Land under act of September 28th 1850 and theamendatory acts thereto belonging if I am entitled. You are authorized to review my land warrant. I was drafted soldier in the companycommanded by Captain Mathew McKown inthe war of 1812. I resided in the stateof Virginia County of Mason when I entered the service.
Very respectfullyyours, John X (his mark) Greathouse
Test: J.W. Cain
John settled on Spring Creekin what is now Roane Co WV sometime in the early 1800's probably about 1830. In Jackson County Personal Property Book for Jackson County 1831 is oneJohn Greathouse (3 horses, mares, colts, mules - Total Tax 18. Whilte Males 16 & up -- 2.
Jackson County was createdin 1831, from parts of Mason, Kanawha and Wood
In the archives notes shows:Dec 27/68 (1868) Letter to same (Alfred Cain, attorney for John Greathouse) toestablish death of soldier & date. (Apparently the land grant was notprocessed prior to his death since there was correspondence after his deathregarding the claim)
In archives records there isa statement signed by William Burditt (Burdett?) and Robert Burke that theyboth know that John Greathouse is dead, that they saw him buried and the saidRobert P. Burke made the coffin, and that John Greathouse died on the 4th dayof July A.D. 1866. The statement wassworn to on the 2nd day of March, A.D. 1869
The following information istaken from son Edward's obituary (1897):
John Greathouse, father of Edward, left Harrison county at thebeginning of the present century came to what is now Roane county, settling ashort distance below Spencer on Spring Creek near where John Walsh now lives.Here in this almost unbroken wilderness the boy Edward was born and grew tomanhood. His father's home was one of hospitality and good will. All travelersmight shelter under his roof and be fed from his table without thought of acharge. All denominations worshipped at their home, for churches there werenone, and the congregations were always pressed to remain for meals.
In the Roane Co FamilyHistory Book of 1989 Irvin Greathouse submitted the following information:
John Greathouse b abt 1778came from Harrison County and settled on Spring Creek just above the mouth ofNancy's Run abt 1815. He owned a largetract of land below Spencer. He was ofGerman descent. He was a cousin toSamuel Tanner, the early settler. Hewas in the War of 1812 John's wife was Sarah born abt 1782 and her maiden namecould be McDade. They had 6 known children: Jim, Sam, Edward (Neddy) b 1807 m Matilda Blosser; Sarah b 1828 m MathewMcMullen; William H b 1809 m Nancy Hicks and John Jr. b 1811 m Phebe Casto.These pioneer Greathouses are descendants of the Greathouses of Rev War fameand more directly of Capt Daniel Greathouse.
The 1860 Roane Co censusshows John Sr age 82 with Sarah age 78 and Malinda Connolly in HH.
There are some unansweredquestions about John:
Who was his father? His father must be a Greathouse born around1750, but to date, no parentage has been proven. A parental"relationship" to Daniel Greathouse has been suggested and denied bymany, so if Daniel was not his father, his father was probably in that familygroup, perhaps a brother of Daniel.
Another issue concerns thechildren attributed to John, and again, documentation is scarce. A questionablechild is Isaac, reported to have been born around 1803. Since there is no mention of Isaac nor hisdescendents as heirs in the estate settlement for John, I have omitted him asJohn's son. 2 other sons, Solomon andJames, predeceased their father, but their descendants are showing as heirs inthe estate settlement. (There is aconflicting report that Solomon deserted his family, assumed the name ofSolomon McDade & fought in the Civil War). Also, Isaac's birth date pre-dates John's marriage to Sarah, so thereshould have been a marriage prior to 1806. John was 28 in 1806, so it is possible. There is a record in Harrison Co of a John Greathouse marrying PhebyThompson in 1793, but in 1793 -- hewould have only been around age 16. There is also a child, Betsy Greathouseborn about 1805 who is reported to be John's daughter, but I have no furtherinformation for her. She may have diedas a child. Isaac and Betsy could have been children of a first marriageconsidering their dates of birth. Athird child attributed to John for whom I have no further information and is notnamed in the estate settlement is Wyllie B Greathouse. In addition, thedescendants of John G. Greathouse born in Harrison Co 10/6/1812 say he was theson of John & Sarah Greathouse; others claim him to be the son of Gabrieland Rachel Husted Greathouse.
Handwritten copy AppraismentBill of the Estate of John Greathouse was submitted to Roane County recordsOctober 9th, 1866 and was signed by A. G. Ingraham, Thomas Hardman and James CSpringston. Some of the following items are listed:
Notes on William F. Pell due4/5/1858; John W & James W Greathouse due 8/25/1857; Charles M Boggs &L Simmons due April 5, 1863; 1 official receipt of W W Thompson for thecollection of a note of Wm Smith due Dec 21, 1856; Note of Wm Burdette due Dec13, 1864; Henry Stump due 7/20/1859; Due bill on Wm Pool due June 11th 1863;note of Henry Greathouse due March 27, 1861; Open account on Lawson Tanner;Note on John Roach due May 5, 1859; open account on John M. Greathouse.
Some items in estateincluded 1 clock, 1 cupboard, 1 looking glass, 3 stone jar churns, 1 trunk, teakettle and 2 old pots and lids, pitch fork, 3 old chairs, 2 old augers, handsaw, square & knife, 1 vinegar keg, 1 lard can, 1 boy horse, 1 boy colt onehalf of which belongs to E Greathouse, 1 old mare, 2 stands, 1 cut saw, 1graindstone, 10 head hogs one half belonging to E Greathouse, 1 pari sheepshers, 1 yoke of oxen, 1 brindle cow, 1 plough & hoe, 1 calf, 2 yearlingcattle (and other items that can't be read).
Some of the peoplepurchasing items were: Ed Greathouse,Miles Perine, Nancy Kelly, John Greathouse, Joseph Carpenter, Thomas Bartlett,L Simmons, John M Greathouse, Sarah Mullen, Bozzel Wright, J. A. Davis, IsaacGreathouse, Henry Greathouse
Edward Greathouse served asadministrator of his father's estate. Have a copy of the handwritten report Edward presented to the CountyCommissioners 24th day of August 1872.
The estate settlementreports the following dates that money was paid to the heirs of John Greathousedeceased: (Each heir received $13.77interest in land warrant plus about $45 more)
10/4/1866 John Greathouse
8/11/1866 Elias & Matilda Conly
9/15/1867 Eli & Malinda Conly
7/20/1868 M.A. Simpson, assignee of W.H. Greathouse
7/20/1868 Sam. Greathouse
10/4/1866 Sarah Mullen
11/?/1868 Miles Renir(?) assignee of John Booherassignee of Jane Lanham (?) (appears under James Greathouse settlement)
1) Samuel Greathouse
2) John Greathouse
3) Margaret A Simpson -- assignee of Wm. H. Greathouse
4) Edward Greathouse
5) Mary Short, Matilda Statser & Emiline Greathouse -- heirs ofSol Greathouse
6) Malinda Conly wife of Eli Conly
7) Matilda Greathouse wife of Elias Conly
8) Sarah Mullen (widow of Mat Mullen dec'd)
9) Heirs of James Greathouse: Lori Nichols, Nancy Kesley (?), Evaline Greathouse; Miles Renie,assignee of John Booher, assignee of James Lanham(?)
Later the heirs are listedin following order as: SamuelGreathouse, John Greathouse Jr, Margaret A Hoover (late Simpson) assignee ofWm. H Greathouse, Ed Greathouse, Ed Greathouse assginee of Sol. Greathouseheirs, Malinda Connelly, Matilda Connelly, Sarah M Mullen, and other heirs forwhich Edward is assignee.
Edward Greathouse purchasedthe interest of Mary Short, wife of Henry Short, Matilda Statser (Starcher)wife of Henry Statser and Rebecca Greathouse, only children of SolomonGreathouse.
Edward Greathouse purchasedthe interest of Lori (?) Nichols, wife of Joseph Nichols, Nancy Kelly, wife ofFred Kelly and Eveline Greathouse -- 3 heirs of James Greathouse.
John Greathouse purchaseditems at sale 10/11/1866, and also Sarah Nutter 10/4/1866
ii. GRACE MCDADE12, b.1794, Jackson Co, VA; d. March 01, 1862, Jackson Co, VA at age 66; m. (1) JOHN J CASTO12; d. Bef. 1838; m. (2) WILLIAM EDMOND MARKS, March 23,1838.
Notes for GRACE MCDADE:
Contact is: Betty Briggs <email@example.com
I am a descendent of GraceMcDade, another daughter of James McDade and Rachel Tanner. I have Sarah born1783, Grace, b. 1794 (m. John J Casto), Samuel, b. 1795, Susanna b. 1796, m.John D Casto, and Jesse (Ike), b. c 1800 and married Sarah Casto, d of WilliamCasto and Susanna Rollins -
William and John J werebrothers. I assume there are other little McDades and I think I even have somelisted in various articles I've found, but I haven't put them into myprogram. I've found a couple of McDadesin Gallia Co, across the river. I am fairly sure Edward is a son, and I'vecorresponded
with a descendent (theythink) of his.
Gracy Casto, 1 Mar 1862,Jackson Co, Dispipin, J. McDade & R.
1850 JC - note says she wasborn Harrison county
Notes for JOHN J CASTO:
John J CASTO was born in1787 in Washington Co, PA. He died in 1878 in Tug Fork, Jackson Co, WV. LivedJackson co, Elk Fork PO
346/350 CASTO, John J. age 63 farmer B: Penn
(MCDADE) Gracy 56 B: Va cannotread/write
CharlesH 23 farmer " cannotread/write
Jesse 19 "
Jacob 16 "
Jonathan 12 "1850 Census Jackson County:
Page 590 1860 Census of Jackson Co, VA
1009/950 CASTO,John J. age 75 Farmer 330/200 B:Penn
(McDade)Grace 67 B:Va cannot read/write
Jesse 29 farm laborer " "
Jacob 27 " " "
JonathanH. 22 " " "
Ed 30 " " "
Chas L. 9 "
Wm 8 "
Sarah J. 5 "
Elijah 1/12 "
(the last 4 children are Ed's.Ed was a widower by this time)
Henry L. Casto was born, ca.1842, and married Adeline Ewing, February 9, 1864. He was the son of John J.Casto (b. 1787)and Grace McDade.Her parents were John & Adeline Jane Ewing.John J. Casto was the son of John Jacob Casto (b. 1761 in southern New Jersey)and brother of William Casto (our g.g.g. grandfather). That is all I have,however on Henry L. Casto. (From John Dawson)
iii. SAMUEL MCDADE, b. 1795, Mason Co, VA; m. (1) MARY STEWART/STUART12, December 18, 1828, Mason Co, VA; b. 1805; m. (2) MARY BOGESS, September05, 1856, Jackson Co, VA; b. Abt. 1821,Lewis Co, VA dgtr of Isaac & Cathy.
Notes for SAMUEL MCDADE:
1860 census Calhoun County
A Samuel McDade is showingin the 1831 personal property book for Jackson Co. No horse, mares, colts, mules; one white male over 16.
More About SAMUEL MCDADE:
Fact 2: m previously-nameunknown
iv. SUSANNA MCDADE12, b.1796; m. JOHN D CASTO, October 20, 1819; b. 1794, Upshur Co, VA; d. 1830.
Notes for SUSANNA MCDADE:
Susanna McDade was marriedto John D Casto on 20 Oct 1819 in Mason Co WV.5 John D Casto was born about1794 in Upshur Co, WV. He died about 1830 in Jackson Co WV. Susanna McDade andJohn D Casto had the following children:
A. David D Casto was born on25 Jul 1820 in Jackson Co WV. He died on 4 Jan 1899 in MO.
B. Rachel Casto was bornabout 1827 in Jackson Co WV.
C. Cynthia Casto was born in1831 in Jackson Co WV.
v. JESSE "IKE" MCDADE, b. 1800, Kanawha Co,VA; m. SARAH CASTO, November 03,1825, Mason Co, VA; b. 1805, Harrison Co, VA.
Notes for JESSE "IKE" MCDADE:
IV. Jesse 'Ike' McDade wasborn about 1800 in Kanawha co, WV.
Jesse 'Ike' McDade wasmarried to Sarah Casto on 3 Nov 1825 in Mason Co, WV.5
Sarah Casto was born in 1805in Harrison Co, VA. Jesse 'Ike' McDade and Sarah Casto had the followingchildren:
A. Benjamin McDade was bornabout 1825 in Mason Co WV. He died on 30 May 1856 in Jackson Co WV.2
B. Jackson McDade was bornabout 1827. Betty McIntyre says Jackson is son of Jesse and Sarah
C. William McDade was bornabout 1827 in Mason Co WV.
D. Alexander W McDade wasborn about 1830 in Mason Co WV.
E. Susanna McDade was bornabout 1833 in Jackson Co WV.
F. Gracey McDade was bornabout 1836 in Jackson Co WV.
G. George McDade was bornabout 1841 in Jackson Co WV.
H. Elizabeth McDade was bornabout 1844 in Jackson Co WV.
I. Joanna McDade was bornabout 1848 in Jackson Co WV.
Jesse McDade shows inJackson Co Personal Property Book 1831 with no horses, mares, colts or mulesand one male 16 & over.
vi. SEANY MCDADE12, b.Abt. 1801; m. JOHN MANN, April 11, 1821, Mason Co, VA12.
Child of JAMES MCDADE and MARGARET STEWART is:
vii. EDWARD2 MCDADE13, b. July 07, 1792; m. HANNAH SAYRE; b. Abt.1800.
Notes for HANNAH SAYRE:
A Hannah Sayre marriedmarried a Julius Campbell in Jackson Co, VA on 3/10/1835
1. County Commissioner's Association of WV, "Early History ofWest Virginia Counties."
3. King, Betty, Mason Co Census Records.
4. Photocopy from pension application records, Application forland grant for War of 1812 Service for John Sr Greathouse, Have copy from National Archives.
5. Roane Co WV handwritten document, Copy of Estate Settlementfor John Sr Greathouse, Handwritten copy submitted to Roane Co WVcommisioners.
6. Greathouse Pointe Internet Website,http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/2064/index.htm.
7. Bishop, William H, History of Roane County.
8. "Greathouse, John Murray "A Partial History of theGreathouse Family in America" #7 in Bull. Series pub by the Washington CoAR Histor.l Society 1954."
9. Roane County WV Family History 1989.
10. Mylott, James P, A Measure of ProsperityA History of Roane Co, (1984Mountain State Press, Charleston, WV), page i Prologue "Background toSettlement: 1795-1850".
11. Jarrett, Sandy - Family Information onInternet.
12. Briggs, Betty [firstname.lastname@example.org].
13. Briggs, Betty [email@example.com], firstname.lastname@example.org.