Jesse Boone (1748 - 1829)

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Nicknames: "(Jessie)"
Birthplace: PA, USA
Death: Died in McMinn County, TN, USA
Occupation: DAR Patriot #A012107
Managed by: Richard Donald Reynolds
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Immediate Family

About Jesse Boone

Jesse and his brother and two sisters were raised by Daniel Boone and his wife after their father and mother, Israel and Martha died of Tuberculosis. Israel was about 30 when he died.

Children of ISRAEL BOONE and MARTHA ? are:

                  i.    JESSE16 BOONE, b. 1748, York, York County, Pennsylvania; d. Nov 23, 1829, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee; m. SARAH MCMAHAN, 1775, Rowan County, North Carolina; b. 1750, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. 1829, Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee.

Notes for JESSE BOONE:

There is a bit of tradition that has been, at times, confusing to writers of Boone history, the statement that Jesse Boone was either the grandfather, or father of Judge Ratliff Boone, who was governor of Indiana in 1822. It seems that Ratliff's parents were a Jesse Boone and his wife Kessiah, who emigrated from Georgia to Kentucky when Ratliff was a boy. There is no proof and records to indicate such but one is to believe he is from the Squire Boone line." Descendants of Israel Boone" by Alice H. Boone.....Jesse Boone was a son of Israel Boone, he was mostly raised by Daniel Boone and his wife Daniel had only married two months when Israel died, Mrs. Sarah Henderson (Jesse granddaughter) he lived in Daniel Boone family. He was about five feet and eight to ten inches tall. He first entered land in Burke County, N.C. in 1777 and by 1801 he had entered four tracts. Jesse Boone raised his family of eight children in Burke Co. but after 1810 he moved to the Watauga territory, settling near Coffey's Gap

He was an active member in the church, having been chosen clerk and deacon at different times in the old Yadkin Baptist Church in Burke County. He joined the Church in Watauga, the minutes of this church contain many entry's concerning the Boone's. After several Controversies with the Three Forks Church , Jesse was said to have been excommunicated because of a remark he had made.

Sources: 1.Gregory 2.FTW ■[Family Roots.FTW]<p>DAR Patriot index (1990) Part I, page 305: Jesse: b 1748 NC d a 12-8-1829 TN m Sarah McMahan PS NC[FamilyRoots.ged.FTW]<p>DAR Patriot Index (1990) Part I, page 305: Jesse: b 1748 NC d a 12-8-1829 TN m Sarah McMahan PS NC 2.DAR Patriot index, (1990) p.305-date; "The Nichols Family of North Georgia" by Thelma Bevin, p.110 F.Moran Boone Genealogy--internet 3.DAR Patriot index, (1990) p.305-date & place; "The Nichols Family of North Georgia" by Thelma Bevin, p.110 4.Meb's records; LDS NC Birth/Marriage index p.2532 5. "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SYTN-JPW : accessed 25 July 2012), entry for Jesse /Boone/.

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Jesse Boone's Timeline

1748
1748
PA, USA
1772
1772
Age 24
Rowan, NC, USA
1773
January 7, 1773
Age 25
Isle of Wight, Virginia, United States
1773
Age 25
1775
1775
Age 27
1776
January 1776
Age 28
NC, USA
1780
February 7, 1780
Age 32
1781
January 18, 1781
Age 33
Franklin, NC, USA
1783
1783
Age 35
Burke Co