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Abraham Odom, Jr.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Barnwell District, Province of South Carolina
Death: Died in Duplin, Duplin County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Abraham Odom, Sr. and Jeni Odom
Husband of Sebielia Odom and Martha Odom
Father of Rev. James W. Odom, Jr.; Jacob Odom, Jr.; Jane Ingle; Elizabeth Lovisa "Vicy" Louisa Odom; Uriah Odom and 3 others
Brother of David Odom
Half brother of Dempsey Odom; Mary Odom; Nancy Odom and Sarah Odom

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About Abraham Odom, Jr.

Abraham Odom Jr. was born abt 1725 in Barnwell South Carolina. He died in 1812.

Parents: Abraham J. Odom Sr (1695/1705-1760) and Jeni Dunn

Married:

  1. on 17 Jan 1781 to Sibyl Barnes

children:

  1. Abraham Odom Jr
  2. Ann "Nancy"
  3. Amelia " Milly"
  4. Jacob Odom 1771–d. 1845 in Jackson, Mississippi
  5. Lewis
  6. Jane "Jancy" Odom b ca 1778 Died:16 Dec 1816 Pinson, Jefferson, Alabama She is believed to be buried near the Peter Ingle Spring, where Peter Ingle built a home and lived before he departed for Blackwater Creek, now Winston Co, AL, near where the Ingle-Wakefield Cem, in 1826. FHL Marriage 1 Peter INGLE b: ABT. 1761 in Germany Married: ABT. 1804 in Franklin County, Georgia

Notes

Military

  • Abram Odom was listed in the History of Ellis Co, TX and the TN Geneological Society magazine, "Ansearchen News," Jul-Sept 1968 Edition, page 124, "Jacob O. Ingle," along with Paul (Paulser) Ingle, as being at the battle of Cowpens Jan 17, 1781. JJ Boyd says that Abram Odom was in the 5th SC Regiment during the Revolutionary War

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-------------------- Jacob Odom was born 1733 in Nansemond County Virginia and died in 1831 in Darlington, South Carolina.

Parents: Abraham Odom Sr (1705-1771) and Jeni Dunn (1710-1805)

Married:

  1. 1st married unknown
  2. 2nd in ca 1785 to Martha Watson (1753-1817), widow of Captain Michael Watson (b. 1726), and daughter of John Elijah Watson (1718-1791) and Ann Blair Murphy (1722-1795)

Children of Jacob Odom and Martha Watson:

  1. Charity "Cherry" (b. 1790 d. 1821)
  2. Martha (d. 1805)
  3. Nancy m. Craven

Notes

  • 1787: Bought 2 parcels of land, in , a grant # 255, 100 acres on east side of Black Swamp. Nest to it, grant # 1066, 100 acres. State of NC, grant to Jacob Odom, 100 acres.

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Abraham Odom, Jr.'s Timeline

1725
1725
Barnwell District, Province of South Carolina
1750
1750
Age 25
Virginia
1761
1761
Age 36
South Carolina, USA
1770
1770
Age 45
1775
1775
Age 50
North Carolina, United States
1780
June 20, 1780
Age 55
South Carolina, United States
1780
Age 55
Wayne, North Carolina, United States
1790
1790
Age 65
Wayne, North Carolina, United States
1791
May 21, 1791
Age 66
near Monetta, South Carolina, in Saluda County.

This site, approximately halfway between Augusta and Columbia, was the location of Jacob Odom's house, where George Washington spent the night of May 21, 1791, on his trip northward through South Carolina. His escort at this time consisted of Colonels Wade Hampton and Thomas Taylor, and Mr. Robert Lythgoe. This stop is noted in Washington's diary.

1800
1800
Age 75