Re: Ann Winfree m. Robert E. Beasley
Thanks so much for your reply.I now have proof of the birth and death dates of Ann Winfree Beasley and also the location and name of the cemetery where she is buried.
Source:The,Compilation of Henry County, Tennessee Vital Records, 1764-2002,shows the following:
BEASLEY, Ann, 24 Nov 1757-23 Dec 1835, buried in Clifty Cemetery (pg. 51)
HICKS, James Sr., 29 Oct 1780-16 Sep 1852, buried in Clifty Cemetery (pg. 428)
HICKS, Susanna A., 20 Nov 1788-15 Oct 1859, w/o James Sr, buried in Clifty Cemetery. (pg. 429)
Clifty Cemetery (GPS 3615.89-8815.43 Hwy 641S to Clifty Rd.)
Linda Dunlap, Assistant Archivist
Henry County Archives
55 Jones Bend Road Ext.
Paris, TN 38242
731-642-8655 ext. 109
Clifty Cemetery was known at one time as the Hicks Cemetery.
Ann was living with her daughter and son-in-law in Henry Co., TN when she died.Susanna A. Beasley Hicks was the daughter of Robert Easley Beasley and his wife Ann Winfree Beasley.Her husband James Hicks was listed as one of the "heirs and representataives"when they decided to make a partition of the estate of her father Robert E. Beasley.This document may be found as follows:Tennessee State Archives or Williamson County Tennessee Archives
Williamson County Wills & Inventories, Book 2 1812 - 1818, p. 76.Robert E. Beasley died sometime before Jan. 7, 1814 at which time his widow and heirs agreed to make a division of his estate.
Both Susanna and James Hicks also signed the will of her brother Philip Beasley when he died Bet. May 29 - October, 1819.This document may be found at "Tennessee Wills and Administrations 1779-1861", by Byron and Barbara Sistler, Pub. by Byron Sistler and Associates, Inc., Nashville, TN, 1990.Also Will Book No. 3, page 102, Williamson County, TN
I hope this information will clear up the confusion as to the date and location of Ann W. Beasley's death.