Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
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Husband's Name:_____John Thomas (Jack) Eason___________________________________________________
       When Born: __________20 Nov 1796__________Where: _______Pitt County, North Carolina_____________
       When Died: _________6 Apr 1864_____________Where: _______Sumpter County, Alabama______________
       When Buried: _______________ ______________Where: _________ ________________________________
       When Married: _______1 Nov 1822____________Where: _________ ________________________________
    Other Wives: ________ _______________________________________________________________________
       His Father: _________John Eason______________His Mother's Maiden Name: ____Millicent Thomas________

Wife's Name:_____Winnefred Carr_______________________________________________________________
       When Born: _______14 Aug 1800______________Where: ________Pitt County, North Carolina___________
       When Died: _______10 May 1853______________Where: _________Sumpter County, Alabama___________
       When Buried: ____________ _________________Where: ___________________ ____________________
    Other Husbands: _____________ _______________________________________________________________
       Her Father: ____________Elias Carr____________Her Mother's Maiden Name: ______Cecil Johnston_______
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Mo./Yr.
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1Elias Carr1831  N.C.E. Keziah Mitchell
2Theophilus Henry1822  " 
3Mary Cecile1 Aug 1823  "Elnathan Tart
4Emily Lavinia1827  "Enos Tart
5Ester Lucille1836  "Luke Grigsby
6William H.1825 Pitt"d. 7 Jul 1842
7Elizabeth M.15 Jul 1833  "d. 19 June 1853
8John Thomas, M.D.1829  " 
9Henry1840  Ala. 
10Ann1843  " 
John T. Eason, will dated 29 Sept 1858, proved 6 June 1864. Family #320, 1850 Census, Sumner County, Ala. Farmer.
Land valued $3,000. The will in 1858 mentions sons, Elias Carr, Theophilus Henry, daughters, Mary Celia Tartt, Esther
Lucilla Grigsby, Emily Lavinia Tartt and grandchildren, Thomas Tartt and Sarah Allis Tartt (children of Emily Lavinia Tartt).
John T. & Winnifred sold Ichabod Moore their 774-1/2 acres in Pitt County for $1,833.50 and the family moved to
Alabama on January 4, 1836 per deed.

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