Person:Jessie Boone (1)

Jesse Bryan Boone
b.23 May 1773 Kentucky
d.22 Dec 1820 Missouri
m. 14 Aug 1756
  1. James Boone1757 - 1773
  2. Israel Boone1759 - 1782
  3. Susannah Boone1760 - 1800
  4. Jemima Boone1762 - 1834
  5. John B. Boone1764 - 1779
  6. Levinia Boone1766 - 1802
  7. Rebecca Boone1768 - 1805
  8. Daniel Morgan Boone1769 - 1839
  9. Jesse Bryan Boone1773 - 1820
  10. William Bryan Boone1775 - 1775
  11. Lt. Col. Nathan Boone1781 - 1856
m. Sep 1790
  1. Joseph Boone1789 -
  2. Jeremiah Boone1793 -
  3. Harriet Boone1794 -
  4. Alphonso Boone1796 -
  5. Minerva Boone1799 -
  6. Panthea Grant Boone1801 -
  7. Albert Gallatin Boone1803 -
  8. Madison Boone1809 -
  9. Emily Boone1813 - 1873
  10. Van Daniel Boone1814 -
Facts and Events
Name Jesse Bryan Boone
Gender Male
Birth[2] 23 May 1773 Kentucky
Marriage Sep 1790 Kanawha County, VirginiaCitation needed
to Chloe Van Bibber
Residence[2] abt 1793 Kanawha County, Virginiafirst salt inspector
Residence[1] 1820 Callaway, Missouri, United States
Death[2] 22 Dec 1820 Missouri
Burial? 26 Dec 1820 Loutre Lick, Montgomery, Missouri, United StatesCitation needed
  1. Family Recorded, in McCue, John N. (John Nolley). Henderson chronicles : a roster of the descendants of Alexander Henderson of Fordell, County Fife, Scotland, three of whose sons emigrated to the American colonies prior to 1740 and settled near Alexandria, Va. (Compiled by John N. McCue, 1915), 18, Secondary quality.

    ... Emily Boone (b 1813; d 1873) dau Jesse B. Boone and gr-dau of the noted pioneer Daniel Boone and Rebecca Bryan. Jesse Boone was one of the commissioners appointed to organize Callaway Co., 1820 ; and a member of the General Assembly of Mo., during its first session. ...

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Family Recorded, in State Historical Society of Missouri (Columbia, Missouri). Missouri historical review. (Columbia: State Historical Society of Missouri), 1:83, Secondary quality.

    5. Jesse B. (4) Boone was born in Kentucky May 23, 1773. He moved to Kanawha county, Virginia, with his parents, and was the first salt inspector of that county. He m. there, Chloe Van Bibber, daughter of Mathias Van Bibber, who was companion and chainman for Daniel Boone in all his Kanawha surveying.

    Van Bibber went to Missouri in 1799 with Daniel Boone, but afterwards returned to Virginia. The James Van Bibber, who settled in Callaway county, Mo., and married in 1816, Elizabeth Hays, a granddaughter of Daniel Boone, was his son.

    Jesse Boone did not move to Missouri until 1818, ad [sic] died there in 1820. His children were: ...

  3.   Family Notes, in Source Needed, Questionable quality.

    They had two children when he returned to Ky. from Kanawasha, with Daniel, Jessie and Nathan and the three couples and children lived in a 20 x 30 log cabin for some time. While here he and wife had 3 more children. When Daniel and Nathan went to Missouri, he stayed on the farm. At one time he had a fever and ague, six foot slab guilt man named Wooton hit him with something resembling an Irish Shillelagh and the blood gushed> Nathan sprang at the man and as Wooton ran Nathan hit him at every jump but he could not evade Nathan till Nathan had thrashed him all he wanted