Family:Valentine Sevier and Joannah Goad (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage? 1744 Culpeper, Virginia, United States
Children
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BET 1750 AND 1759
 
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BET 1750 AND 1759
 
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BET 1750 AND 1759
 
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BET 1750 AND 1759
 
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14 FEB 1760
1841
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1764
1826
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References
  1.   Valentine Sevier, in Jewish Cherokees: An Account of Some Sand Mountain Families, Part 1, Page 3, 2006, Questionable quality.

    "The Adkins are traced to a James Atkinson, a Quaker who came to Philadelphia in the 1600s, probably from a Welsh port. His great-grandson William Adkins left a will dated Jan. 22, 1784, probated March 15, 1784 (D&W Bk. Vol. 11 p.136), and was buried near Cooper's Old Store, Pittsylvania County. William's son Owen was born about 1750 in Lunenberg County, Virginia (the parent county of Pittsylvania) and died in Watauga, Hawkins County, Tennessee about 1790. He married Agnes Good/Goad, from the same family that provided the spouse of Valentine Sevier (1701/02-1803). They were the parents of John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee, and one of his sons, Valentine, married Sarah Cooper. The Seviers go back to Don Juan de Xavier of a Sephardic family taking refuge in Narvarre during the Spanish Inquisition."