I have a Jeremiah (s/o John) m. Elizabeth Layman, sons Joseph and William Marcum. Joseph m.Hetty Mullendore. Don't have any documentary evidence of this, not my direct line (but I believe John is).
Info on Joseph:
He migrated to Alabama with brother William Marcum "Mack" Compton.[Brøderbund Family Archive #317, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1850, Date of Import: Apr 18, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.317.1.6541.94]
Individual: Compton, Joseph County/State: Sevier Co., TN Location: 12th Sub Division Page #: 24 Year: 1850
More About Joseph Compton: Census: 1840, County/State: Sevier Co., TN Comment 1: Bought land in Walker Co., AL in late 1850's, a few miles from brother Mack in Blount Co., AL
Notes for Jeremiah Horn Compton: [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 20, Ed. 1, Tree #1700, Date of Import: Nov 24, 1998]
Volunteered for the Continental Army in 1780 and 1781. Involved in the siege of Yorktown and saw the surrender of Cornwallis. Guarded British prisoners to the Winchester Barracks.
His Revolutionary War pension was approved on July 25, 1832.
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More About Jeremiah Horn Compton: Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, Sevierville, Sevier Co., TN, with a Revolutionary War marker at his gravesite Relocation: 1792, Moved to Washington Co., TN, along with Brickey family Residence: 1800, Sevier Co., TN, near Pigeon River