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James Dawson b. 29 February 1814 d. 20 April 1891

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Lineage Dawson
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) James Dawson

Samuel Riley Dawson [Dawson] b. 1782 d. 1874

Polly Ann Rogers [Rogers] b. 1787 d. 1857


29 February 1814 birth: Missouri Territory

20 April 1891 death:

burial: Afton (Oklahoma), Oklahoma, Sixkiller Cemetery


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From grandparents to grandchildren

Benjamin Dawson
birth: 18 February 1763, Carnickfergus, Belfast, Ireland
death: November 1825, North Carolina
Fanny Purdy
birth: 1765
William Rogers
birth: 1740, Pr Burke Cty, Georgia (U.S. state)
marriage: Elizabeth Emory
death: 1794, Pr Burke Cty, Georgia (U.S. state)
John SR Rogers
birth: 1761, Tennessee
fact 1: nickname, Hell Fire Jack
military service: French/Indian Wars - English Captain
other: Battle of Horseshoe Bend
marriage: Alsey Vann
marriage: Elizabeth Emory
marriage: Jennie Talontisky (Due)
James Clement Vann
birth: 1766
death: 9 February 1809, Chatsworth (Georgia), Spring Place
burial: Forsyth County (Georgia)
Avery Vann (Brother of James Vann)
residence: Saluda River, Carolina
Alsey Vann
birth: 1765, Tennessee
marriage: John SR Rogers
burial: Fort Gibson (Oklahoma), Fort Gibson National Cemetery
Samuel Riley Dawson
birth: 1782, South Carolina
physical description: 5'9", 150 lbs, Blue eyes, Black Hair.
military service: 1814, Woods Fort, War of 1812. Captain James Calloway company under Colonel Nathan Boone, Missouri Mounted Voluteers. Honorably discharged
death: 1874, San Saba (Texas), Texas
Talahina Rogers
other: Wife of Sam Houston
William Rogers
title: 1905, Cherokee Chief - Deposed
John James Rogers
other: Chief of Western Cherokees and Grand Saline
Charles Coody Rogers
other: Judge Rogers Oklahoma Cherokee Chief
Polly Ann Rogers
birth: 1787, Calhoun (Tennessee), McMinn County (Tennessee), USA
religion: Moravian Church, Vann Homestead, Spring Place, Georgia
physical description: Tall, splendidly formed, dark complexion, black hair, black eyes
death: 1857, San Saba County (Texas)
== 3 ==
Edna Dawson
birth: 12 March 1808, South Carolina, USA
death: 12 December 1902, Lockhart (Texas), Texas, USA
burial: Lockhart (Texas), Texas, Clark Cemetery
Joseph Dawson
birth: 1820, Missouri Territory
will: 29 September 1851, Oxford (Mississippi), Lafayette County (Mississippi), Witnesses: William Giles and C.J. Sullivan
Robert Dawson
birth: 14 February 1815, Missouri Territory
death: 7 August 1886
burial: Berryville (Arkansas), Carroll County (Arkansas), Arkansas, Osage River Estate
John F. Dawson
birth: about 1811, Missouri Territory
death: 1844
Elizabeth (Betsy) Dawson
birth: 26 February 1805, Kentucky
death: 24 April 1873, Pettytown, Bastrop County, Texas
burial: Pettytown, Bastrop County, Texas, Pettytown Cemetery
Samuel Riley Dawson JR
birth: 1824, McNairy County (Tennessee)
death: 10 July 1890, Odessa, Texas
burial: Texas, Midland Texas Cemetery
James Dawson
birth: 29 February 1814, Missouri Territory
death: 20 April 1891
burial: Afton (Oklahoma), Oklahoma, Sixkiller Cemetery
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