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View Tree for John S. Sarver, Jr.John S. Sarver, Jr. (b. February 21, 1772, d. January 21, 1848)

John S. Sarver, Jr. (son of John S. Sarver, Sr. and Magdalene Zorn)271, 272 was born February 21, 1772 in Botetourt County, Virginia, and died January 21, 1848 in Allen County, Kentucky. He married Mary Margaret Smith on March 15, 1797 in Botetourt County, Virginia.

 Includes NotesNotes for John S. Sarver, Jr.:
John SARVER, Jr. born 21 Feb. 1772, married to Mary SMITH in Botetourt Co., VA 10 June 1797, died in
Allen Co., KY 21 Jan. 1848. Mary born 25 Aug. 1779, died after 1860. They had 10 children.

Note: Herrick Illinois Centennial 1883-1983, history book, pg133 - "These Sarver families have traced their ancestors from John Sarver, Jr. (born 1772) and his wife, Margaret (Smith) Sarver (born 1779), married 1797 in Botetourt County, Virginia. John and Margaret's children were, Margaret, John "The Fox Hunter," Cass, Mary, Jeremiah, Sr., Wyatt, Catherine, Telitha, Henry, and Elizabeth, and were ail born between 1798 and 1820. Members of this family migrated from Botetourt County, Virginia, to Allen County, Kentucky, and to the Herrick area. John "The Fox Hunter" and Cass came to Bowling Green around 1833, Jeremiah, Sr., their brother, came about 1840. John "The Fox Hunter" and Cass were married to Frailey sisters and Jeremiah married a Frailey, a cousin to the sisters."

Note: Herrick Illinois Centennial 1883-1983, history book, pg134 - "Cass, born 1803, son of John Jr. and Margaret Smith Sarver, settled and built a log house on government ground about three miles southeast of Herrick. Their first son "Red" John (1831-1922) was born in a covered wagon either on the way or shortly after arriving in Fayette County. Cass and Polly had two other children, Wyatt died a young man and Betty married Joe Beck, son of young Hiram Beck. "Red'' John married Cynthia Jane Beck, daughter of Hiram Beck (young Hiram Beck's father). They raised six children, Wyatt, Elizabeth Rogers (John), Harriet McDonald (Charles), Cass, Joe, Molly Snow (Jerry) and Ed. Wyatt Burton Sarver, born 1855, married young Hiram Beck's daughter. They had one daughter Mary, who was raised by her grandfather "Red" John. Mary married Joe Corley of Herrick. Wyatt's second wife Sydney Belle Welch, daughter of Sollie and Phoebe Frailey Welch raised ten children. John "Jack Wyatt''; ''Red" Joe; Kathern (Will) McNeer; Jenny Rentfro (Burl); Gurtie married (1) Oat Sloan (2) Johnny "Fats'' Sarver (3) Jess Dobbs; Cannie Gallop (Rube); LuEllie Miller (Ed) and Ive Vise (Ray); Bertha Burrus (Joe Dick); Clarie Wills (John). Cass, born 1862, was married twice. Four children by one wife, Odie and Owan never married, Edna married Burl Frailey, and Otto was raised by Charlie McDonald. Otto married and had children. Cass and his second wife had one son, Milo, who married and had several children. Cass shot Rodie Mahan (one of his wives) and himself. Joe, born 1865, left home at sixteen, went to Texas, married and had children. Ed, born 1875, was a frail child. He wasn't expected to live but died at the-age of ninety-seven. Ed married Lib Lite, they had one daughter Faye who married Clifton Hadley."

More About John S. Sarver, Jr. and Mary Margaret Smith:
Marriage 1: March 15, 1797, Botetourt County, Virginia.
Marriage 2: June 10, 1797, Botetourt County, Virginia.273

Children of John S. Sarver, Jr. and Mary Margaret Smith are:
  1. +Jeremiah H. Sarver, b. May 05, 1807, Allen County, Kentucky274, d. October 08, 1865, Bowling Green Township, Fayette County, Illinois.
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