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James McCord Enloe

Also Known As: "James /Enloes/"
Birthdate: (84)
Birthplace: York District, South Carolina, USA
Death: October 11, 1877 (84)
Russellville, Moniteau, Co., MO
Place of Burial: Enloe Cemetary
Immediate Family:

Son of Enoch Enloe and Jane Enloe
Husband of Nancy Enloe
Father of John Simpson Enloe; Hugh Simpson Enloe; Margaret Enloe; Mary Enloe; James Enloe and 6 others
Brother of Isaac N. Enloe
Half brother of Anthony Enloe; Benjamin Enloe; Abraham Enloe; Hannah Enloe and Sarah Enloe

Occupation: tobacco and cattlefarmer. served County Legislature 2 terms/State Senator 1 term, tobacco and cattle farmer
Managed by: Amy Leigh Enloe
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About James McCord Enloe


Birth: Feb. 19, 1793 South Carolina, USA Death: Oct. 11, 1877 Cole County Missouri, USA

James Enloe was born February 19, 1793 in York District,South Carolina, the second son of Enoch and Jane McCord. James had an older brother, Isaac, who was born in 1791, also in York District. Their parents passed away when they were young. They went to live with their half-brother Benjamin Spucebanks Enloe. Benjamin was already grown, married and raising four children of his own. Benjamin and his wife, Mary McElwee, lived in Tennessee and then Kentucky. It was in Barren County, Kentucky where James met and married Nancy Jane Simpson on May 24, 1813. Nancy was born October 8, 1793 in the state of Tennessee, daughter of John Simpson. James and Nancy moved to Missouri. They settled near the mouth of the Moreau River in Walker Township, what was then Moniteau County. James was a farmer, he raised tobacco and cattle. James served on the House of Representatives for Cole County in 1838 and Moniteau County in 1850 and 1858. James was a member of the old Cole Spring Baptist Church, which at that time was known as the Hardshell Baptist Church. James and his wife Nancy are both buried in the Enloe Cemetery, Russellville, Missouri.

(bio by: izzybee) 

Family links:

 Nancy Jane Simpson Enloe (1793 - 1857)*

 Enoch Enloe (1814 - 1873)*
 John Simpson Enloe (1815 - 1886)*
 James Enloe (1823 - 1824)*
 Isaac Enloe (1825 - 1890)*
 Benjamin Enloe (1829 - 1912)*
 Abraham Enloe (1836 - 1895)*
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Burial: Enloe Cemetery Russellville (Cole County) Moniteau County Missouri, USA

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James McCord Enloe's Timeline

February 19, 1793
York District, South Carolina, USA
September 2, 1815
Age 22
Allen Co., KY
March 10, 1817
Age 24
Moniteau County, Missouri, United States
February 26, 1819
Age 26
Age 26
July 7, 1823
Age 30
April 20, 1825
Age 32
Allen County, Kentucky, United States
September 10, 1827
Age 34
September 8, 1829
Age 36