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View Tree for Charles Wallace MeredithCharles Wallace Meredith (b. 1782, d. Aft. 1846)

Charles Wallace Meredith (son of Joseph Abraham "Old Joe" Meredith and Nancy Skaggs)1430 was born 1782 in Washington County, Virginia, USA1430, and died Aft. 1846 in Edmonson County, Kentucky, USA1431. He married Sarah Wells on March 25, 1801 in Green County, Kentucky, USA1432.

 Includes NotesNotes for Charles Wallace Meredith:
(Extract from "Sank Meredith" by Mikel Meredith)

The 1810 Grayson County, Kentucky Census lists a Charles (Wallace) MERIDITH who was married.

Charles MERIDITH
3 Males 0-10 (Bradley, Lewis Wallace and Joseph Wallace)
1 Male 16-26 (William)
1 Male 26-45 (Charles Wallace Meredith)
1 Female 0-10 (Mary "Polly")
1 Female 26-45 (Sally Wells Meredith)

There are no known Court Records to establish the children of this family.

Death was in or after 1846, in Edmonson County, Kentucky, as Edmonson County Equity File #191, in 1846, summoned Charles Meredith for deposition. -- M. Meredith

From "The Sanders Family -- First Family of the Forks" by Barry Downs

"... New neighbors soon joined the Sanders in the land between the Nolin and Green Rivers. From Rock Creek in Grayson County came Nathan Van Meter around the year 1817 to settle on Nolin River. .... In the following year (1823), Charles Wallace Meredith left his Rock Creek home and bought 900 acres of land along Nolin River, near Dismal Creek, not far from his younger brother, Joseph A. Meredith, Jr.

Even earlier, in 1821, Frederick and Thomas Meredith, two other sons of Joseph Abraham "Old Joe" Meredith, Sr., had jointed in the exodus from Rock Creek to Edmonson County, to settle on the west bank of Nolin River on Dismal Creek. And by 1825, Smith Brooks and Aaron Skaggs, sons-in-law of "Old Joe" Meredith, had settled along Nolin near their brothers-in-law."

More About Charles Wallace Meredith:
Burial: Unknown, Edmonson County, Kentucky, USA.1433
Cemetery: Brier Creek Farm, Edmonson County, Kentucky.1433
Equity File 1: Equity File # 191, lists a summons to Chas. Meredith to appear for deposition.1433
Equity File 2: February 02, 1841, Edmonson County Equity File #209 lists Chas. Meredith.1434
Equity File 3: 1846, Equity File #259 in 1846, lists a summons to Chas. Meredith to appear for deposition.1435

More About Charles Wallace Meredith and Sarah Wells:
Marriage: March 25, 1801, Green County, Kentucky, USA.1436
Minister: March 1801, Baldwin Clifton.1437

 Includes NotesMarriage Notes for Charles Wallace Meredith and Sarah Wells:
(Extract from "Sank Meredith" by Mikel Meredith)

Green County, Kentucky Marriage Records
Charles Meredith to Sarah Wells. Bond dated, 25 Mar. 1801. Charles Meredith and Phillip Wells. No witnesses shown. Married Mar. 1801 by Baldwin Clifton. Marriage Book A, page 42.
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