Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
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Husband's Name:___________________Thomas Eason________________________________________________
       When Born: _______________1787_________________Where: _________North Carolina________________
       When Died: _______________1843_________________Where: ______Carroll County, Tennessee__________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: _________ ___________________________
       When Married: ____________1819_________________Where: _________ ___________________________
    Other Wives: ________ ________________________________________________________________________
       His Father: _________Stephen Eason________________His Mother's Maiden Name: _____Rebecca Dupree___

Wife's Name:_________Elizabeth Billingsley_________________________________________________________
       When Born: _________December 1792______________Where: __________North Carolina_______________
       When Died: _________________1873_______________Where: ______Carroll County, Tennessee__________
       When Buried: ____________ ______________________Where: __________________ __________________
    Other Husbands: _____________ ________________________________________________________________
       Her Father: _______William Billingsley________________Her Mother's Maiden Name: __Sarah Jane Lewis_____
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Month/Year
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1 Thomas E. 1819 CarrollTN 
2 Elizabeth 1821""" 
3 Theophilus 1824""" 
4 Martha A. 1828"""John Ruff
5 Carolina 1830""" 
6 Winnefred F. 1832"""W.H. Ruff
7 Laura M.H. 1835"""R.R. Ruff
8 Delliah 1837"""Alexander Luter
"The Billingsley Famile in America" by Harry A. Davis indicates that Thomas and Elizabeth were married in North Carolina
about 1819, but I believe it was 1813 because the Billingsley famile had moved from North Carolina to Indian Territory that
became Carroll County by 1813 when their son George was born there. Tis branch of the Eason line was the first to remove
from North Carolina to Tennessee so far as I can determine. There were only two male born to this union and no trace can
be located of these two.

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