Person:Mary Tanner (27)

Mary Tanner
b.16 Dec 1789
d.17 May 1848
m. 1 Dec 1771
  1. Sarah Tanner1773 -
  2. Lucy Tanner1775 -
  3. Martha Tanner1777 -
  4. Matthew Tanner1779 -
  5. Samuel Tanner1780 - 1830
  6. Ann Tanner1783 -
  7. Elizabeth Tanner1786 -
  8. Creed H. Tanner1788 -
  9. Mary Tanner1789 - 1848
  10. Keziah Tanner1792 -
  11. John Tanner1794 -
  12. Elenor Tanner1797 -
  13. Thomas Tanner1800 -
m. 16 Sep 1803
  1. John TracyAbt 1807 -
  2. Keziah TracyAbt 1808 -
  3. Thomas TracyAbt 1811 -
  4. Nathaniel TracyAbt 1811 -
  5. Elenor Tracy1813 - 1894
  6. Elizabeth TracyAbt 1819 -
  7. Josiah H. TracyAft 1819 - Bef 1850
  8. Margaret TracyAbt 1825 -
  9. Mary Jane TracyAbt 1830 -
  10. Mathew Tracy1832 - 1917
m. 7 Aug 1840
Facts and Events
Name Mary Tanner
Gender Female
Birth[5][7] 16 Dec 1789
Marriage 16 Sep 1803 Henry, Kentucky, United Statesto James Tracy
Census[6] 1840 Johnson, Indiana, United States
Marriage 7 Aug 1840 Johnson, Indiana, United Statesto Joseph Reese
Other[2] 11 Aug 1841 Johnson, Indiana, United Stateswith husband Joseph Reese, petition for support of children
Probate[2] 10 Nov 1841 Johnson, Indiana, United StatesAppointment as executrix of first husband's will revoked as no longer resident in county
Property[1] 25 Feb 1842 Franklin, Johnson, Indiana, United Stateswith 2nd husband Joseph Reese, gave town lot to children Mary and Matthew Tracy
Death[5] 17 May 1848
Probate[3] 17 May 1849 Johnson, Indiana, United StatesSon-in-law Alexander Webb appointed administrator of estate
Burial[5] Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson, Indiana, United States
  1. Vol. J, Mar 1842-Jan 1849, in Deed Records, Johnson County, Indiana, p. 1.

    Indenture 25 Feb 1842
    Between Joseph and Mary Reese his wife of Boon County, IN
    In Consideration of the Natural love and affection Which they bear to Mary Tracy and Matthew Tracy as for the better maintenance and support of Mary Tracy and Mathew Tracy give, grant, convey & confirm
    Lot no. 7 on Jefferson Street in Addition #4 to the Town of Franklin, Johnson County, IN
    Signed Joseph Reese, Mary x her mark Reese
    Witness Elisha Riley, Jno S. Hamilton JP of Boone County

  2. 2.0 2.1 Probate Order Books , in Holmes, Maurice; Indiana. Probate Court (Johnson County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Johnson County). Court records of Johnson County, Indiana, 1823-1853. (1982), Record Book B, Secondary quality.

    p. 192 – Joseph and Mary Reese petition court for an allowance for keeping Josiah H., Mary Jane and Matthew Tracy. John Tracy mentioned as guardian. 11 Aug 1841.
    p. 211 – appointment of Mary Tracy (now wife of Joseph Rees) as executrix of the will of James Tracy decd revoked as Joseph and Mary had removed from the county. 10 Nov 1841.

  3. Probate Order Book C, in Holmes, Maurice; Indiana. Probate Court (Johnson County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Johnson County). Court records of Johnson County, Indiana, 1823-1853. (1982), Secondary quality.

    p. 310 – Alexander Webb appointed administrator of estate of Mary Reese decd by court in vacation . 17 May 1849.
    p. 577 – Alexander Webb admin VS John Tracy et al in a chancery suit. Entry stated that the adm. Should collect and account for the balance of the decree in the Probate Court in favor of Mary Reese and Joseph Reese against the summary minor heirs of James Tracy. At the bottom of the entry were listed: Alexander Webb, John R. Carver, John Tracy, John W. Webb, Nathaniel Tracy, Charles Johnson, Joel R. Pierse, Mathew J. Tracy and John Tracy the gdn of Mathew Tracy. 14 Nov 1851.
    p. 26 – Final settlement of estate of Mary Reese decd. Ten heirs mentioned, only wife of Alexander Webb named. May 1852

  4.   Mathew J. Tracy, in Banta, D. D. (David Demaree). History of Johnson County, Indiana: from the earliest time to the present, with biographical sketches, notes, etc., together with a short history of the northwest, the Indiana territory, and the State of Indiana. (Chicago, Illinois, United States: Brant & Fuller, 1888), Accessed 27 Feb 2009, Secondary quality.

    MATHEW J. TRACY, . . . was the son of James and Mary (Tanner) Tracy, both of whom were natives of North Carolina. . . . His mother was born December 31, 1788, and was the daughter of Josiah and Martha (Wooten) Tanner, who were both natives of Virginia. . . . The father and mother of our subject were married in the State of Ken-tucky, in 1805. They removed from Henry County, Ky., to Johnson County, Ind., in 1827, and became early settlers of Pleasant Township. They located on a farm five miles north of Franklin, where the father died February 14, 1833, and where the subject of this sketch was born, and where his early boyhood was spent. . . . The mother of our subject died in Franklin Township in 1848.

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Mary Tanner Tracy, in Find A Grave, Secondary quality.

    Mary Tanner Tracy
    Birth: Dec. 16, 1789
    Death: May 28, 1848
    Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana, USA
    Memorial# 6293073

  6. Johnson, Indiana, United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M704), Primary quality.

    Mary Tracy, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 40-50

  7. South Carolina, Tanner, Josiah, in United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.), Family Record.