Notes for John Wesley Crockett: John Crockett served under Col. Isaac Shelby in the Battle of King's Mountain. It was a major turing point in the south in the War for American Independence. He was a magistrate presiding when Andrew Jackson received his license to practice law. He was, also, a commissioner of building roads. In 1783 he was a Frontier Ranger. John Crockett's name appears on the Tax List of Greene county, NC, in 1783. In 1786 he lived at Limestone Creek, Tennessee. A few years later the family moved to a place in the same county ten miles north of Greenville. John Crockett who, in 1792, lived two miles East of Morristown, Tennessee chose a location near Phelps Smith, Richard Thompson and Isaac Martin. He did not tarry long at the mouth of the Limestone River, after David was born, but moved to Cove Creek, where he built a mill in partnership with Thomas Galbraith. After a flood destroyed the mill and his home, John Crockett moved his family to Jefferson county, Tennessee and opened a tavern on the road from Abingdon, Virginia to Knoxville, Tennessee.
More About John Wesley Crockett: Date born 2: 1754, Maryland. Died 2: 1834, Hamblen, TN, USA.2 Died 3: 1834, Hamblen, TN, USA.2 Record Change: 03 Jun 2005
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