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  Absalom Tatom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Absalom Tatom (1742 - 20 December 1802) was a U.S. Congressman from North Carolina from 1795 to 1796.
In 1781, Tatom was district auditor for Hillsborough.
Tatom was later a member of the state House of Commons from 1797 to 1802; he died in Raleigh, North Carolina in December 1802 and is buried in the Old City Cemetery.
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 Absalom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
See Absalom and Achitoрhel :"Absalom" is the name of a science fiction story by Henry Kuttner anthologized in the collection Tomorrow; the Stars.
Absalom or Avshalom (אַבְשָׁלוֹם "Father/Leader of/is рeace"; Standard Hebrew Avšalom; Tiberian Hebrew ʾAḇšālôm); in the Bible ; is the third son of David ; king of kingdom of Israel
Absalom was now the eldest surviving son of David; and the рresent рosition of the narratives (15-20)--after the birth of Solomon and before the struggle between Solomon and Adonijah---may reрresent the view that the susрicion that he was not the destined heir of his father's throne excited the imрulsive youth to rebellion
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 Absalom (disambiguation) - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Absalom (disambiguation)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Absalom was aided by Ahithophel, but Hushai, David's friend, joined Absalom to defeat the plan of Ahithophel who, seeing his counsel ignored, hanged himself.
Absalom was routed in the Forest of Ephraim and was slain, in spite of the king's order to ‘deal gently’ with him.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Absalom+(disambiguation)   (195 words)

 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Genealogy Report: Descendants of SOLOMON KING
At a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions began and held for the County of Columbus at the Court House in Whiteville on the 2nd Munday of February A.D. Present the Worshipful: Absalom Powell, Jacob Powell, Solomon King and Isham Sowls, Esqrs.
Absalom Powell, Elias Godwin and Solomon King, Esqrs.
Armlian Bryan, Solomon King and Absalom Powell apptd to aud/set the accts of Samuel Smith, admr.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/k/i/n/Jay-King/GENE7-0001.html   (1961 words)

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Children of Jesse Newby and Keziah Tatom are: 4 i.
John Tatom, born 1720 in Norfolk Co, VA; died March 21, 1793 in Wilkes Co, GA. He married 19.
John Tatom, died 1830 in GA; married Martha Hicks 1782 in Granville Co, NC; died Abt.
ftp.rootsweb.com /pub/usgenweb/ga/jones/bios/newby.txt   (3088 words)

Tony Tatom, known as "T.B", was born in 1867 and was the father of Lena, Lee, Hershel, Bruce and T. Tatum Jr.
She was living with her son Absalom Tatom Willet and his wife Lucinda Franks who moved to Marion Co., Al.
Mary is the only child of Absalom that I'm aware of as she is the only child named in his will.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF RICHARD TATOM Lafayette County, Arkansas Signed 21 February 1866 Probated 6 October 1866 [Transcribed by Charles Baker (cbaker@sprhill.net) with commentary in square brackets] Know all men by these presents, that, I Richard Tatom, Sr.
{Seal} Subscribed, and sealed, and by the said Richard Tatom, Sr., declared to be his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who, at his request, in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have, subscribed our names, as witnesses, hereto, this 21st day of February, 1866.
W. Parks F. Waldrip In Testimony,that the foregoing affidavit was taken, sworn to, and subscribed, before me, as Clerk of the Circuit Court, and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Court of Probate, of Lafayette County, State of Arkansas, on this 6th Day of October, A.D., 1866.
ftp.rootsweb.com /pub/usgenweb/ar/lafayette/wills/rtatum.txt   (440 words)

 Clark County, Ohio History
He accordingly pursued his journey westward to a point about nine miles north of Cincinnati, where he remained during the year; but, as malarial diseases were alarmingly prevalent in that locality, he made successful preparations for a second removal.
It was doubtless of the most primitive kind, as was also the distillery a short distance to the north, at a house now owned by Israel Everhart.
Absalom Clark lived at this place, engaged in the management of the distillery.
www.heritagepursuit.com /Clark/ClarkPleasanttp.htm   (5727 words)

 Tatom,Absalom1742-1802 HillsboroughCo.NC
Absalom Tatom(1742-1802)military leader, delegate to Constitutional Convention of 1788, member of Congress.
Died in Raleigh during 1802 legislative session and buried in Old City Cemetery.
His will names brothers Barnett Tatom, Abner Tatom, John Tatom, William Tatom, children of deceased brother Abel Tatom, deceased sisters Hamilla Tubblove and Meriah Goodwin.
genforum.genealogy.com /tatom/messages/3.html   (69 words)

 Ch. II, Land Registration In Early Middle Tennessee Laws And Practice, by Daniel Byron Dovenbarger. Chapter Two. ...
Measures of this act named Absalom Tatom, Isaac Shelby, and Anthony Bledsoe as commissioners to superintend the laying off of land for soldiers.
Personal exemptions gave Anthony Bledsoe, Absalom Tatom, and Isaac Shelby permission to get title to their claimed lands by entering them with the entry-taker of Davidson County.
This law was directed to two North Carolina counties but is interesting for the light it sheds upon the mistakes that could be made and the response made to such mistakes.(42) The Assembly guaranteed the validity of such mistaken grants but wanted them filed in the correct county.
www.tngenweb.org /tnland/dov2.htm   (7006 words)

 William Francis Strudwick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
In 1789, he was a delegate to the state constitutional convention; he also served in the North Carolina Senate in 1792 and 1793.
In 1796, Strudwick was elected as a United States Federalist Party to the 4th United States Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Rep. Absalom Tatom, and served from November 28, 1796 to March 3, 1797.
In 1801, he joined the North Carolina House of Representatives, where he served until 1803.
william-francis-strudwick.iqnaut.net   (160 words)

 Early History
This was known as Buchanan's Station and some years later was the scene of a vigorous assault by the Indians.
During this year Anthony BLEDSOE, Absalom TATOM and Isaac SHELBY, who afterwards became the first governor of Kentucky, were sent over as a commission from North Carolina charged with the duty of laying off to certain soldiers lands in the Cumberland Valley.
This was in payment for services rendered in the recent war of the Revolution.
www.rootsweb.com /~tnsumner/early24.htm   (2218 words)

 HICKS family genealogy in Georgia, pre-1850
Sons, John Absalom, the latter to take care of his mother as long as she lives; daus: Anna Haggard, Elizabeth Turner, Polly Denham, Sally Key, Susannah Shankle.
Exe'r: Son Absalom and James H. Little and Samuel Shannon.
John Tatom's will mentions Elizabeth Ann HICKS as his daughter.
members.aol.com /hickspage4/georgiadata.html   (906 words)

 Lytle, William   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Includes Revolutionary muster rolls, information about the Cherokee Treaty of 1791 and Indian affairs in Tennessee in the 1790s, accounts, inventories, deeds, court papers concerning Tennessee lands, bills, and receipts.
Correspondents include Nicholas Long, Alexander Mebane, William Norwood, Montfort Stokes, Absalom Tatom, and James Taylor.
COPYRIGHT: Retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
www.lib.unc.edu /mss/inv/l/Lytle,William.html   (145 words)

 Able TATOM b. abt 1642   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
He is supposed to be the father of John TATOM, supposed father of Stephen TATOM b.
Is the Abel TATOM, mentioned in the will of Absalom TATOM (1742-1802) a descendant of the Able TATOM mentioned above?
I am a little confused and would like to hear from anyone that could clear this up.
genforum.genealogy.com /cgi-bin/print.cgi?tatom::32.html   (62 words)

 Volume 3 Index
Letcher, Sarah (see Mitchell) Leverett (or Levritt), Absalom (or Absalum) Leverett (or Levrett), Hardy Leverett, Robert Jr.
Martha (see McIntosh) Tate, Robert Tatem, Wiley G. Tatom, Silas Tatom (sic), W.S. Tattnall, Edward Fenwick Tattnall, Josiah Jr.
Tatum, James Tatum, Silas (or Silos) Tatum (or Tatom), Abner Taunton, Newsom Taylor, David Jr.
www.factorswalk.com /militia/ind3.htm   (1412 words)

 Surnames :: Dickson County, TN :: Home of Dickson County's Genealogy Project
Posted by janwells on Friday, April 21, 2006 Read full article: 'William Tatom, Jr.
The land had been purchased by John Baker in 1793.
Benjamin Baker, his brother, and two cousins John Armstrong and Absalom Baker and their families were part of the group.
dickson-online.com /Category15-All.html   (2638 words)

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