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Robert Mc Corkle, 1770-1848, buried Mc Corkle Cemetery east of Newbern, Dyer County, Tennessee; of Rowan County, NC. I have no idea how these originals were preserved and came to my branch of the family. Some of them are fairly delicate but in general well preserved.
-- In colonial times, at least in the South, only the Anglican denomination was allowed to call its worship place a "church." Presbyterians had to be content with the cognomen "meeting house."& myself are going to school to Mr. ], James can read tolerable well and father has promised to give him a penknife if he will get to the pictures and I am sure he will get to the pictures Addisons mother Elmiras sister Rebecca Cowden Mc Corkle (Thompson), Jane M. On Tuesday morning, the funeral was held at the church [Lemalsamac Christian Church] where "Uncle Hiram's" seat was seldom vacant, conducted by Elder N. Three children, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren are left to mourn his loss..
Her husband Robert Mc Corkle died in the spring of 1828 (April), very soon after losing land-title litigation in Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee, a lawsuit involving his father Alexander' Mc Corkle's Revolutionary War Land "Murphreesborough," caused Robert Mc Corkle & Margaret Morrison Mc Corkle in old age, after he was blind, and accompanied by their surviving (grown) children, to have to remove to Dyer County in West Tennessee in order to accept land substituted in lieu of the lost Middle Tennessee land.--Mary Jane Wasson and her sister married two PURVIANCE brothers, viz., "colonel" John Purviance and his older brother James Purviance (a captain--a true captain--in the NC line of the Revolutionary War).; but I cannot prove kinship of Fergus Sloan & Elizabeth Sloan Morrison. Thompson Williams named her first child "John Gid Williams."but I have not realized that odd situation you mention you are in, viz, that of having none to call you mother.----I suppose the thought of having them qualified for acting in a high sphere of life; that is that forthcoming great, and respectable men, buoys up your mind, and enables you to bear with [firmne ? [Hiram means his grandparents - Robert & Margaret Morrison Mc Corkles -- farm, I guess.] Never lived anywhere else except, I think, maybe he was hired out a few times when he was fifteen or sixteen years old. More than 50 years ago he accepted Christ as his Savior and was buried in baptism by Elder James HOLMES. His body was then taken to the Mc Corkle Cemetery to Mother Earth.