Person:Jemima Boone (1)

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
Facts and Events
Name[2] Jemima Boone
Gender Female
Birth[1][3] 4 Oct 1762 Rowan, North Carolina, United StatesBear Creek / Yadkin River
Marriage 1782 Kentucky, United StatesFort Boonesborough
to Flanders Isham Callaway
Death[1] 30 Aug 1834 Warren, Missouri, United States
Burial[1] Old Bryan Farm Cemetery, Marthasville, Warren County, Missouri

Jemima Boone, Elizabeth "Betsey" Callaway and Frances"Fanny" Callaway were kidnapped by Shawnee Indians on July 14, 1776 as they were floating in a canoe on the Kentucky River. Two days later, Daniel Boone and his party finally caught up to the group and rescued the young girls. Wikipedia:Capture and rescue of Jemima Boone

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jemima Boone Callaway, in Find A Grave.

    Jemima Boone Callaway
    Birth: Oct. 4, 1762
    Rowan County
    North Carolina, USA
    Death: Aug. 30, 1834
    Warren County
    Missouri, USA

    Jemima was the daughter of Daniel Boone and Rebecca Bryan Boone. She was the wife of Flanders Callaway. Jemima and two Callaway girls were kidnapped by the Shawnee. The story of their kidnapping and rescue by Daniel Boone and some of the other men from the settlement, inspired the Story " The Last of The Mohicans".

  2. Walk of Fame Recipient: Daniel Boone, in Madison County Historical Society

    "It was rumored that Rebecca and Daniel’s fourth child, Jemima, was not fathered by Daniel but by his brother Edward. Daniel had been gone for two years on a long hunt, and Rebecca, thinking him dead, had a relationship with his brother. When Daniel arrived home after being held captive by Native Americans, he found Rebecca pregnant with his brother’s child. Rebecca explained that in missing him she had turned to his brother, who looked very much like Daniel. Baby Jemima was accepted by Daniel as his own, and became one of his favorite children."

  3. North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000
    Grubbs p. 65.

    Jemima Boone, b. 4 Oct. 1762.