Joanna Goad Windle

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Joanna Goad Windle (Sevier)

Also Known As: "Landrum"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Mount Pleasant, Maury County, Tennessee, United States
Death: July 31, 1823 (38)
Monroe, Overton, Tennessee, United States (Complications from Child Birth, Died 5 Days After Giving Bith to 11th Child)
Place of Burial: Livingston, Overton County, Tennessee, United States of America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John 'Nolichucky Jack' Sevier, 1st Gov. of Tennessee and Catherine 'Bonnie Kate' Sevier
Wife of John Landrum and Joseph Hawkins Windle
Mother of John Seiver Windle; Eliza B. Windle; Daniel Sparks Windle; Juliet Cantrell Coffee; Robert Seiver Windle and 6 others
Sister of Col. George Washington Sevier, Sr; Ruth Sparks; Judith Choate; Dr. Samuel Sherrill Sevier, Dr; Polly Preston Overstreet and 5 others
Half sister of Joseph Sevier; Major James Sevier; Maj. John Sevier, Jr.; Elizabeth Hawkins Clark; Sarah Hawkins Brown and 5 others

Occupation: Housewife
Managed by: Dale Edward Smith
Last Updated:

About Joanna Goad Windle

Daughter of Catherine “Bonny Kate” Sherrill and John Sevier.

Joanna Sevier and Joseph Windle were married 28 Jun 1802 and they were the parents of:

  1. Eliza B/14 Mar 1804
  2. Daniel Sparks/3 Dec 1805
  3. Juliet Cantrell/24 Oct 1807
  4. Robert Sevier, Sr/5 Feb 1811
  5. Samuel Washington/15 Apr 1813
  6. Mary Hawkins/16 Mar 1817
  7. Ruth Vertner/22 Dec 1819
  8. Joseph Hawkins/22 May 1821
  9. Joanna Goad/18 Jul 1823

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Joanna Goad Windle's Timeline

1784
November 11, 1784
Mount Pleasant, Maury County, Tennessee, United States
1803
1803
Clay County, TN, United States
1804
March 14, 1804
Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, United States
1805
December 3, 1805
Knoxville, TN, United States
1807
October 24, 1807
Clay County, Tennessee, United States
1811
February 5, 1811
Irons Creek, Clay, Tenn.
1813
April 15, 1813
Clay County, TN, United States
1815
September 15, 1815
Clay County, TN, United States