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Valentine Sevier "The Immigrant" 1712-1803 - Citizen Memorials on


Elizabethton, Carter, Tennessee, United States

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People: Capt. Robert Rutherford, Mary Rutherford, Col. Valentine Sevier and 6 others.

Plaque inside the French Protestant Huguenot Church


Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, United States

Image source: Find A Grave Memorial# 89189491

People: Col. Valentine "The Immigrant" Sevier

John Sevier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

John Sevier (September 23, 1745–September 24, 1815) was an American soldier, frontiersman and politician, and one of ...

People: John 'Nolichucky Jack' Sevier, 1st Gov. of Tennessee

TNGenWeb's, Tennessee's Land Disputes With North Carolina

January 9, 1808

Winton Town, Warren, Tennessee, United States

James Winton - "Land Grant" January 9, 1808 James Winton assignee of the said David Ross a certain tract or parcel o...

People: John 'Nolichucky Jack' Sevier, 1st Gov. of Tennessee and James Winton, Sr.

Valentine Sevier (1712-1803)


Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Find A Grave Memorial# 89189491

People: Joanna Sevier and Col. Valentine "The Immigrant" Sevier

Robert Sevier Ancestor #: A102094

October 7, 1780

Kings Mountain, Cleveland, NC, USA

People: Capt. Robert Sevier

1930 US Census

April 9, 1930

Sullivan, MO, USA

A sister is not added.

People: Tasso Sevier Dunlap, Thomas Allen Dunlap and Elfie M Dunlap

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