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Samuel Cannon

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
Death: May 16, 1791 (55-56)
Newberry, Newberry County, South Carolina, United States
Place of Burial: Newberry, Newberry County, South Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Cannon and Ann or Mary Cannon
Husband of Lydia Cannon
Father of Isaac Pennington Cannon; Mary Campbell Entrekin; Lydia Cannon; William Alexander Cannon; Keziah Cannon and 3 others
Brother of Ephraim Cannon; Rebecca Cannon; Elizabeth Cannon; Agness Cannon; Margaret Cannon and 2 others

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About Samuel Cannon

DAR Ancestor #: A018904

From https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/172572643/samuel-cannon

Source: Ancestry.com trees...he is listed on my tree. Samuel born Antrim Ireland....His wife is listed as buried here.

S/O John Cannon 1712-1763 who had two wives Mary? and Ann? John had lived in Charleston SC. John had sailed for America at 18y as an indentured servant on the ship Minerva out of London. He moved to Pomaria SC when he received a land grant of 550 acres on Cannon Creek Pomaria SC. Bethlehem Lutheran Church was built on the land grant in 1817 by Philip Sligh who deeded the land to the church, noting that there is a family cemetery nearby ( Newbury Deeds Q-2 Page 239) The plot of Commons survey shows a house in the vicinity of the present location of the church.

In 1756 he gave 175 acres to his son Samuel Cannon ( Newberry Deeds Q-2 p.376. The LWT of John Cannon he gave the remainder of the tract to sons Ephraim and James Cannon.

( Source John Cannon history by Yancey J. Dickett 1994)

Children of Samuel and Lydia P. Cannon:

  • Mary Cannon 1767-69-1850 m. Thomas Entrekin
  • John Cannon 1755-1828?
  • Isaac Cannon 1759-1808
  • Keziah Cannon 1762-1850 m. Charles Stark 1774-1838
  • James Cannon 1772-1842
  • Lydia Cannon 1764-
  • William A. Cannon 1764-1815
  • Elizabeth Cannon 1766-

GEDCOM Source

@R3611771@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.

GEDCOM Source

Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=160628376&pi...



Source: Ancestry.com trees...he is listed on my tree. Samuel born Antrim Ireland....His wife is listed as buried here.

S/O John Cannon 1712-1763 who had two wives Mary? and Ann? John had lived in Charleston SC. 
John had sailed for America at 18y as an indentured servant on the ship Minerva out of London. He moved to Pomaria SC when he received a land grant of 550 acres on Cannon Creek Pomaria SC.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church was built on the land grant in 1817 by Philip Sligh who deeded the land to the church, noting that there is a family cemetery nearby ( Newbury Deeds Q-2 Page 239)  The plot of Commons survey shows a house in the vicinity of the present location of the church.
 In 1756 he gave 175 acres to his son Samuel Cannon ( Newberry Deeds Q-2 p.376. The LWT of John Cannon he gave the remainder of the tract to sons Ephraim and James Cannon.

( Source John Cannon history by Yancey J. Dickett 1994)

Children of Samuel and Lydia P. Cannon:

Mary Cannon 1767-69-1850 m. Thomas Entrekin John Cannon 1755-1828? Isaac Cannon 1759-1808 Keziah Cannon 1762-1850 m. Charles Stark 1774-1838 James Cannon 1772-1842 Lydia Cannon 1764- William A. Cannon 1764-1815 Elizabeth Cannon 1766-

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cannon-2036 https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/cannon/2321/

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Samuel Cannon's Timeline

1735
1735
Newberry, Newberry, South Carolina
1759
June 8, 1759
Newberry, South Carolina, USA
1762
December 11, 1762
Newberry County, South Carolina
1762
Newberry, Newberry County, South Carolina
1764
November 19, 1764
Tina, Newberry, South Carolina, United States
1764
Newberry Co., South Carolina
1766
July 17, 1766
North Carolina, United States
1771
1771
Newberry, South Carolina, USA
1771
SC, United States