Person:Rebecca Bowen (13)

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m. 1730
  1. Nancy BowenABT 1732 - 1759
  2. Agnes Bowen1735 - 1803
  3. John Bowen, Jr.1735 - 1768
  4. Capt. Reece 'Rees' Bowenabt 1737 - 1780
  5. Sgt. Henry Bowen1738 - 1808
  6. Jane Bowen1739 - 1811
  7. Rebecca Bowen1740 - 1826
  8. Robert P. Bowen1740 - 1817
  9. William Rankin Bowen1742 - 1804
  10. Arthur M. Bowen1744 - 1816
  11. Mary Bowen1748 - 1820
  12. Charles Bowen1749 - 1833
  13. Moses Bowen1754 - 1774
m. abt. 1756
  1. Lilly Whitleyest 1757 - 1823
  2. Moses Whitleyest 1758 -
m. 1766
  1. Philip S. Smith1767 - 1863
  2. Rebecca Schmidt1770 -
  3. Joseph Smith1771 -
  4. George W, Smith1773 - 1823
  5. Jesse Smith1774 - 1848
  6. Margaret Smith1776 - 1840
  7. Elizabeth 'Betsy' Smith1780 - 1805
  8. William Smith1781 - 1831
  9. Rev. John N. "Raccoon" Smith1784 - 1868
  10. Jonathan Smith1787 - 1822
  11. Fanny Mae Smith1790 - 1820
  12. Henry Smith1790 - 1860
Facts and Events
Name Rebecca Bowen
Gender Female
Birth? 1740 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1756 Virginiato Jonathan Whitley
Divorce bef. 1764 Virginia[likely divorced prior to his marriage with Catherine Brush]
from Jonathan Whitley
Marriage 1766 Augusta County, Virginiato George Smith
Death? 1826 Overton County, Tennessee
References
  1.   Pilcher, Margaret Campbell. Historical sketches of the Campbell, Pilcher and kindred families: including the Bowen, Russell, Owen, Grant, Goodwin, Amis, Carothers, Hope, Taliaferro, and Powell families. (Nashville, Tenn.: Press of Marshall & Bruce Co., 1911), pg. 254.

    3Rebecca Bowen, married a Mr. Whitley and had two children; they were they only Tories in this very patriotic family. 4Moses Whitley went to Canada in 1776, was an officer in the British Army, and fought against the colonists. 4Lily married an Episcopal minister, a Mr. Robinson, and went to England to live.