Person:Jarret Medlin (2)

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Jarret Medlin
m. Abt 1793
  1. William Medlin1794 - Abt 1799
  2. Susanna Medlin1796 - 1876
  3. Nancy Medlin1798 - 1816
  4. William Owen Medlin1800 - Abt 1853
  5. Elizabeth Medlin1803 - 1877
  6. Mary Ann Medlin1804 -
  7. Hall Medlin1806 - 1883
  8. Melissa Medlin1808 -
  9. Jarret Medlin1810 - 1899
  10. Sarah Medlin1812 -
  11. Luisa Medlin1815 - Abt 1851
m. 1 Aug 1833
  1. William Hall Medlin1834 - 1911
  2. Nicholas Medlin1837 - 1919
  3. James L Medlin1839 - 1920
  4. John W Medlin1841 - 1915
  5. Nancy Jane Medlin1843 - 1913
  6. Melinda A Medlin1845 -
  7. Logan M Medlin1847 - 1924
  8. Thomas Green Medlin1849 - 1931
  9. Mary Elizabeth Medlin1851 - 1911
  10. Girl Medlin1852 -
  11. Bryant Medlin1855 -
  12. Boston Bowman Medlin1857 - 1936
  13. Dizana Temperance Medlin1860 - 1942
Facts and Events
Name Jarret Medlin
Gender Male
Birth? 23 Jan 1810 Bedford County, Tennessee
Marriage 1 Aug 1833 Cole County, Missourito Rebecca Allee
Religion? 1833 Mount Gilead Baptist Church, Cole County, Missouricharter member
Other[3] 9 Nov 1835 Land
Census? 1840 Carroll Township, Platte County, Missouri
Other[5] 10 Jan 1840 Land
Other[6] 10 Nov 1841 Land
Other[7] 3 Oct 1843 Land
Other[8] 1 Apr 1846 Land
Other[9] 1847 Land
Census[10] 1850 58th District Township, Moniteau County, Missouri
Other[11] 23 Sep 1856 Land
Census[12] 1860 Scott Township, Linn County, Kansas Territory
Census[13] 1870 Newton, Barton, Missouri, United States
Other[14] 5 Mar 1875 Land
Other? 1878-1880 For The Second District, Moniteau County, MissouriHe was elected as County Judge as a member of the Green Back Party Politics
Census[15] 1880 Moreau Township, Moniteau County, Missouri
Death[1] 25 May 1899 Moreau Township, Moniteau County, Missouri
Burial[2] Green Grove Church Cemetery, Moniteau County, Missouri
Other? Green Grove Church Cemetery, Moniteau County, MissouriCemetery
Other[4] September 22, 1838 through October 2, 1838 Military Service

TODO: Description: Find Jarret Medlin Obituary Category: Obituary Date: 19 Nov 2007 Status: Open Type: 0 Priority: 8 Repository:


JARRET MEDLIN was born on January 23, 1810 in Bedford County, Tennessee. He later moved with his family to Cole County, Missouri about 1830.

Jarret was a blacksmith. He was also a miller.

Jarret became a charter member of the Mount Gilead Baptist Church (First Baptist Church) California, Missouri on 1833.

Jarret married REBECCA ALLEE, the daughter of NICHOLAS ALLEE and TEMPA ANN HILL, on August 1, 1833 in Cole County, Missouri.

On November 9, 1835, the United States deeded 40 acres of land to Jarret Medlin in Section 5, Township 44-N, Range 15-W, Cole County, Missouri.

Jarret served in the Cole County Rifleman - 1 Brigade, 6 Division, Captain William Robinson commanding. He served as a private. The dates of his service were from September 22, 1838 through October 2, 1838.

The 1840 census shows Jarret living with his family in Carroll Township, Platte County, Missouri.

On January 10, 1840 Jarret purchased 80 acres of land in Section No. 33, Township No. 45, Range No 15, Cole County, Missouri.

On January 10, 1840 Jarret purchased 40 acres of land in Section No. 4, Township No. 45, Range No 15, Cole County, Missouri.

On November 10, 1841 Jarret purchased 80 acres of land in Section No. 5, Township No. 45, Range No 15, Cole County, Missouri.

On October 3, 1843 Jarret purchased land in Township No. 52, North of Range No. 34 West, Section 3, Platte County, Missouri.

On April 1, 1846, the United States deeded 153.55 acres of land to Jarret Medlin in Section 3, Township 52-N, Range 34-W, Platte County, Missouri.

In 1847 Jarret owned 80 acres in Moniteau County, Missouri.

The 1850 census shows Jarret living with his family in 58th District, Moniteau County, Missouri.

On September 23, 1856 Jarret Medlin and Rebecca his wife sold 40 acres to William Loving for $175.

The 1860 census shows Jarret living with his family in Scott Township, Linn County, Kansas Territory.

The 1870 census shows Jarret living with his family in Newton Township, Barton County, Missouri.

On March 5, 1875, William A Rector and his wife deeded land to Jarret Medlin in Section 26, Township 33, Range 29, Barton County, Missouri.

Jarret was elected County Judge for Second District in Moniteau County, Missouri in 1878 and 1880 as a member of the Green Back Party.

The 1880 census shows Jarret living with his family in Moreau Township, Moniteau County, Missouri.

Jarret died on May 25, 1899 in Moniteau County, Missouri. He is buried in Green Grove Church Cemetery, Moniteau County, Missouri.

References
  1. Weant, Kenneth E., comp. Moniteau County, Missouri Deaths, 1858-1931 (database on-line).
  2. Recordings of Willow Fork and Moreau Township Cemeteries, Moniteau County, Missouri
    Page 168.
  3. United States deeded 40 acres of land to Jarret Medlin in Section 5, Township 44-N, Range 15-W, Cole County, Missouri.
  4. Jarret served in the Cole County Rifleman - 1 Brigade, 6 Division, Captain William Robinson commanding. He served as a private. The dates of his service were from September 22, 1838 through October 2, 1838.
  5. Jarret purchased 80 acres of land in Section No. 33, Township No. 45, Range No 15, Cole County, Missouri.
  6. Jarret purchased 80 acres of land in Section No. 5, Township No. 45, Range No 15, Cole County, Missouri.
  7. Jarret purchased land in Township No. 52, North of Range No. 34 West, Section 3, Platte County, Missouri.
  8. The United States deeded 153.55 acres of land to Jarret Medlin in Section 3, Township 52-N, Range 34-W, Platte County, Missouri.
  9. Jarret owned 80 acres in Moniteau County, Missouri.
  10. 1850 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States. 1850 United States Federal Census. M432, 1009 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. District 58, Moniteau, Missouri, roll M432_407, page 32, image 66.
  11. Jarret Medlin and Rebecca his wife sold 40 acres to William Loving for $175.
  12. His real estate was valued at $1,200.00. His personal property was valued at $3,000.00.

    1860 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States. 1860 United States Federal Census. M653, 1438 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. Scott, Linn, Kansas Territory, post office Brooklin, roll M653_351, page 0, image 22.
  13. His personal property was valued at $2,260.00.

    1870 United States Federal Census, Roll M593 757; Page 813; Image 334.
  14. William A Rector and his wife deeded land to Jarret Medlin in Section 26, Township 33, Range 29, Barton County, Missouri.
  15. 1880 United States Federal Census, 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site. Moreau, Moniteau, Missouri, ED 200, roll T9_704, page 402.4000, image 0111.