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1 CROUCH FAMILY HISTORY The Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Crouch, Sheriff, of Washington County, Tennessee By Robert M. Wilbanks IV Scottsdale, Arizona 2004 (2004 revision of original compiled in 1988; reflecting changes, new findings, etc., since 1988) Introduction Please understand this is a work in progress. I will be attempting to update this on a regular basis as I make time to go through my files and add to and build on this written history. I hope to add references and notes along the way as well. While I will be glad to hear from you, if you try to contact me I cannot guarantee a response at all let alone timely. Circumstances in my life right now are difficult. Please just come back to this link to check for changes, additions and updates. Thank you for your understanding, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona, June 10, 2012 FIRST GENERATION Joseph (1) Crouch, was born about The earliest record of him is in King George County, Virginia in 1724 when on November 7 he was asked to appear before a Grand Jury. Joseph married Ann, possibly Reeds. On 16 April 1729, Joseph and Ann of King George County acquired 50 acres of land on the Rappahannock River on a rent-lease program from John Travis of Stafford County, Virginia. Joseph died by April 2, 1742 in King George County, Virginia when there was a inventory and appraisal of the personal estate of Joseph Crouch, dec'd. Ann died circa 1757 in King George County, Virginia. The will of John Reeds dated March 24, 1759 and probated September 6, 1759 leaves all his estate to John, Joseph and James Crouch, and John Crouch, Jr. This indicates that John Reeds may be a brother to Ann, wife of Joseph (1) Crouch. The children of Joseph and Ann Crouch were: I. John (2) Crouch II. Joseph (2) Crouch Born 12 September 1731 King George County, Virginia on 5 October 1743 Ann Crouch indentured her son Joseph to be an apprentice under John Hellier, a cooper 2012, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 1

2 III. James (2) Crouch Born 27 April 1741 King George County, Virginia in 1757 the Court ordered James Crouch to be bound as an apprentice to James Stringfellow, blacksmith SECOND GENERATION John (2) Crouch [Joseph (1)] was born about 1729 in King George County, Virginia. John married first Sara(h) Barbary/Barbay/Barber in about She was possibly the daughter of Andrew Barbay who died in She was born in 1730 in Virginia. Sara may have previously been married to a Mr. Weather and had a son named William Weather who was born about 1747 in Virginia. On January 27, 1752 John Crouch and wife Sarah of King George County rents and leases 100 acres of land in same county from Joseph Morton of same county. John had lived in Stafford then Halifax and then Henry Counties in Virginia before he settled in Washington County, Tennessee in Sara died on March 11, 1782 in Washington County, Tennessee. John married second to Elizabeth Cloud Fane sometime after John died sometime after February 1801 in Cumberland Gap, Claiborne County, Tennessee. The children of John and Sara(h) Crouch were: I. Joseph (3) Crouch II. John (3) Crouch, Jr. Born 1 May 1756 King George County, Virginia Died 4 September 1842 Washington County, Tennessee Married Elizabeth Bradberry on 23 November 1785 in Henry County, Virginia by the Rev. Joseph Anthony moved to Montgomery County, Virginia in 1776 enlisted in May 1777 as a private in Captain English's Company during Revolutionary War moved to Henry County, Virginia where he volunteered again in May 1779 as a private in Captain Hastens' Company in 1834 filed pension application as a resident of Washington County, Tennessee III. Jesse (3) Crouch IV. James (3) Crouch Born 1768 Stafford or Halifax or King George Counties, Virginia Died after 1850 Cumberland County, Kentucky Married Aggie or Agnes -?- Born 1765 purchased land in Washington County, Tennessee on 5 February 1799 he was living in Cumberland County, Kentucky in 1801 V. Elijah (3) Crouch Born 1770 Stafford or Halifax or King George Counties, Virginia Died after 1820 Cumberland County, Kentucky Married Mary Ellis on 16 January 1792 in Washington County, Tennessee he was living in Carter County, Tennessee in 1808 VI. Ann (3) Crouch Married Mr. Denton VII. Martha (3) Crouch Married Mr. King or Denton 2012, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 2

3 THIRD GENERATION Joseph (3) Crouch [John (2); Joseph (1)] was born in 1749 in King George County, Virginia. Joseph married Margaret "Peggy" San[d]ford on February 20, 1778 in Henry County, Virginia by Rev. Joseph Anthony. She was born on April 18, 1762 in Virginia. Joseph was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He settled in Washington County, Tennessee shortly after the war sometime before The first thing he did in his new home was help to organize the Cherokee Creek Baptist Church. Joseph was commissioned magistrate by Gov. John Sevier in Washington County Court May 16, Joseph was Sheriff of Washington County, Tennessee from 1800 to Joseph died on September 8, 1830 in Washington County, Tennessee. Margaret died on April 13, The children of Joseph and Margaret (San[d]ford) Crouch were: I. Sarah (4) Crouch Born 16 November 1778 Henry County, Virginia Died 29 August 1852 Washington County, Tennessee Buried Hunt Family Cemetery, one mile south of Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee Married Samuel Hunt (see Hunt family history) II. John C. (4) Crouch III. George M. (4) Crouch Born 14 June 1784 Henry County, Virginia Died 6 June 1866 Washington County, Virginia Buried Hodges Cemetery, near Boones Creek, Washington County, Tennessee Married Susan Gresham on 19 April 1807 in Washington County, Tennessee IV. Elizabeth (4) Crouch V. Joseph (4) Crouch, Jr. VI. William (4) Crouch VII. Martha "Patty" (4) Crouch Born 14 February 1796 Washington County, Tennessee Married Samuel Debault on 7 or 10 July 1819 in Washington County, Tennessee son of Gabriel and Magdalone (Kitzmiller) Debault Born 8 August 1791 York County, Pennsylvania living in Sullivan County, Tennessee in 1830 VIII. San(d)ford (4) Crouch Born 1 December 1800 Washington County, Tennessee Died 5 November 1836 Washington County, Tennessee Married Elizabeth Bean on 12 September 1822 in Washington County, Tennessee Jesse (3) Crouch [John (2); Joseph (1)] was born on April 25, 1760 in Stafford County, Virginia. Jesse volunteered in the fall of 1778 for three months service during the Revolutionary War. Jesse married Mary Nance in 1785 in Henry County, Virginia. Mary was the daughter of Reuben Nance by his first wife Amy Williamson. Jesse purchased land in Washington County, Tennessee on March 13, , Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 3

4 Jesse died on December 22, 1841 in Washington County, Tennessee. The children of Jesse and Mary (Nance) Crouch were: I. William (4) Crouch II. Sarah (4) Crouch Married Jacob Poland on November 12, 1810 in Washington County, Tennessee III. Elijah (4) Crouch Married Sarah Lady IV. John (4) Crouch [twin] Born 1796 Died 1869 Washington County, Tennessee Married Nancy Epperson on 4 November 1818 in Washington County, Tennessee Born 1796 Died 18 August 1869 Washington County, Tennessee V. Jonathan (4) Crouch [twin] Born 1796 Died 1872 Married Ruth Emmert VI. Joe (4) Crouch Married Annie Lady VII. Martha (4) Crouch Married William Keene VIII. Isaac (4) Crouch Married Delanie Hendrix IX. Mary (4) Crouch Married Jeremiah Hale on 17 May 1826 in Washington County, Tennessee X. Elbert (4) Crouch XI. Thomas Hyder (4) Crouch [Rev.] Born 10 February 1833 Died 11 June 1894 Married Sophia Bowers Born 1 December 1837 Died 20 January 1896 Both buried Boones Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Washington County, Tennessee FOURTH GENERATION John C. (4) Crouch [Joseph (3); John (2); Joseph (1)] was born on June 22, 1781 in Henry County, Virginia. John married Mary "Polly" Hunt on December 13, 1805 in Washington County, Tennessee. Mary was born about 1784 to Thomas Hunt. John died on January 26, 1813 and Mary died about 1841 in Washington County, Tennessee. The children of John C. and Mary (Hunt) Crouch were: I. Mary/Eliza (5) Crouch II. Thomas H. (5) Crouch Born 1811 Washington County, Tennessee Married Julia McEfee on 26 May 1835 in Washington County, Virginia III. John (5) Crouch Born 1813 Washington County, Tennessee 2012, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 4

5 Died Illinois Married Theodocia Hale on 21 November 1833 in Washington County, Tennessee Born 1816 Issue: A. Eliza (6) Crouch Born 1835 Washington County, Tennessee B. Seraphina (6) Crouch Born 1837 Washington County, Tennessee C. John (6) Crouch, Jr. Born 1841 Washington County, Tennessee D. Thomas B. (6) Crouch Born 1844 Washington County, Tennessee E. Fuller A. (6) Crouch Born 1847 Washington County, Tennessee Elizabeth (4) Crouch [Joseph (3); John (2); Joseph (1)] was born on April 17, 1787 in Washington County, Tennessee. Elizabeth married first to John Hunt on October 17, 1805 in Washington County, Tennessee. He was the son of Thomas Hunt and was born circa He died sometime before November 17, 1815 in Washington County, Tennessee. Elizabeth married second to Benjamin Shipley circa 1820 in Washington County, Tennessee. Elizabeth may have married third to John Ellis on December 28, 1830 in Washington County, Tennessee. Elizabeth died on October 5, 1844 in Washington County, Tennessee. The children of John and Elizabeth (Crouch) Hunt were: I. Samuel (5) Hunt II. Marie (5) Hunt III. Sally (5) Hunt Born 1814 Washington County, Tennessee Married Mr. Bright Joseph (4) Crouch, Jr. [Joseph (3); John (2); Joseph (1)] was born on December 30, 1791 in Washington County, Tennessee. Joseph married Elizabeth Keyfauver on February 7 or 10, 1814 in Washington County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Nicholas and Catherine (Dewald) Keyfauver and was born in 1795 in York County, Pennsylvania. Joseph's will is dated November 26, 1867 and he died shortly after The children of Joseph (4) and Elizabeth Crouch were: I. Elbert (5) Crouch Born 1817 Washington County, Tennessee Married Amanda J. Combs on 7 April 1868 II. Martin (5) Crouch Born 1819 Washington County, Tennessee Married Lucinda Fitzgerald on 15 February 1838 in Washington County, Tennessee III. Agness (5) Crouch Born 1822 Washington County, Tennessee Married A. Range on 30 January 1840 in Washington County, Tennessee 2012, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 5

6 IV. Mary Nancy (5) Crouch Born 24 June 1828 Washington County, Tennessee Died 20 July 1894 Girard County, Illinois Married M. V. Kitzmiller on 29 April 1847 V. Elizabeth (5) Crouch Born 1829 Washington County, Tennessee Married Mr. Sherfey VI. Martha (5) Crouch Born 1832 Washington County, Tennessee Married Mr. Ross VII. Judy (5) Crouch Born 1839 Washington County, Tennessee Married Mr. Keebler VIII. Joseph (5) Crouch Born 1842 Washington County, Tennessee William (4) Crouch [Joseph (3); John (2); Joseph (1)] was born on July 2, 1793 in Washington County, Tennessee. William married Ceny/Asenath/Dulcena Hunt on May 23, 1815 in Washington County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of Thomas Hunt and was born circa 1795 in Washington County, Tennessee. Ceny/Asenath/Dulcena died on June 4, 1843 in Washington County, Tennessee. William died on June 16, 1844 in Washington County, Tennessee. The children of William (4) and Ceny (Hunt) Crouch were: I. Landon Carter (5) Crouch Born 17 February 1817 Washington County, Tennessee Died between 1880 & 1895 Washington County, Tennessee Buried McCully Family Cemetery, Washington County, Tennessee Married Susan Shipley on 4 April 1849 in Washington County, Tennessee II. George Madison (5) Crouch Born circa 1819 Washington County, Tennessee Died circa 1893 Buried Fairview Cemetery, Washington County, Tennessee III. James H. (5) Crouch Born February 1821 Washington County, Tennessee Died 20 February 1900 Buried Buffalo Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery, Washington County, Tennessee Married Caroline Hunter Born January 1824 Died December 1900 IV. John (5) Crouch Born 31 March 1822 Washington County, Tennessee Died 8 September 1903 Greenfield, Illinois Married 1st Miss Prichett on 6 January 1843 in Washington County, Tennessee Married 2nd Mary Ruth Galloway on 27 August 1849 in Sullivan County, Tennessee Married 3rd Miss Roberts migrated to Illinois in , Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 6

7 V. Thomas (5) Crouch Born 1825 Washington County, Tennessee Died before 1893 Washington County, Tennessee Married Mary Emily Prichett on 18 January 1847 in Washington County, Tennessee Born 1823 VI. Louisa (5) Crouch Born 14 April 1826 Washington County, Tennessee Died 12 April 1912 Washington County, Tennessee Buried Fairview Cemetery, Washington County, Tennessee Married James Madison Campbell on 28 January 1848 in Washington County, Tennessee Born 1825 Died 1896 VII. Mary "Polly" A. (5) Crouch Born 1828 Washington County, Tennessee Married R. M. Hopper VIII. Elizabeth (5) Crouch Born circa 1830 Washington County, Tennessee IX. unknown daughter Born ca Washington County, Tennessee Died before 1845 X. Joseph (5) Crouch Born 1836 Washington County, Tennessee 2012, Robert M. Wilbanks IV, Scottsdale, Arizona Crouch Family History Page 7

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