Jemima Turner

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  IndividualAndParentsLinkBars.png John Turner
Jemima Turner  
0 Unknown
Spouse
William Cox (family)
Abt. 1762
Virginia

Data

Birth
Abt. 1746
Death
Aft 1830
Lee Co., Virginia

Notes

Lee County, Virginia

Formed from Russell County in 1793.

Russell County

Formed from Washington County in 1786.

Washington County

Formed from Fincastle County in 1776.

Fincastle County

Formed from Botetourt County in 1772.

Botetourt County

Formed from Augusta County in 1770.

Augusta County

Formed from Orange County in 1738. (Before our interest begins.)

Sources

Miscellaneous personal genealogies
http://mykindred.com/cloud/TX/getperson.php?personID=I76646&tree=mykindred01
http://members.tripod.com/~lcruz/chadwell/gp890.html
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~searchinkykinfolk/cloud.htm
Claiborne County Pioneer Project
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ccpp/names/t/turner.htm
Lists a Jemimah Turner married to a William Cox. No other information is given, but the following was received in response to an email inquiry to the operators of the site:

We appreciate your inquiry! We have William Cox & Jemima Turner Cox as the parents of Barthena Cox who was married to Green Berry Cloud who is buried in the Cloud Cemetery in Tazewell, Claiborne Co., TN. We have further info for them upon request if you are interested but that's all that we have for William & Jemima Cox.

Chadwell history
http://www.rowlandsva.com/files/Download/Microsoft%20Word%20-%20CHADWELLSTATION.pdf
Describes a David Chadwell married to an Elizabeth Turner, who's sister, Jemima (presumably really a sister-in-law) married a William Cox in Lee Co. Virginia before 1785. This history describes David Chadwell as acquiring land in Lee County and "adjoining" Claiborn County, Tennessee. This would seem to make the inclusion of William Cox and his wife in the database of the Claiborn County Pioneers site listed above. Henry County also plays a prominent role in this history.
Cathy Cox
http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cox/5947/mb.ashx This message is posted on a message board, but I have other email communications extant.