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Henry AIRHEART

Male 1775 - Abt 1860  (85 years)


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  • Name Henry AIRHEART 
    Born 1775  PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Occupation Farmer Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died Abt Jun 1860  Bradley County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location 
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    • (1) Lynn Brandvold :

      TN Tax Records list a Henry Earhart and a Nicholas Earhart in Blount Co in 1800 and a Henry Airheart and Nicholas Airheart in Blount Co. in 1801. Henry Airheart is listed on the Rhea Co tax lists in 1808, 1809, 1819, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1824, and 1825 with 400 acres and 1 white poll. He is listed on the 1826 tax list with 400 acres and no white poll. This indicates that Henry was over 50 years old in 1826.

      "James Carr and Henry Heirheart to Andrew Miller for value received property on bank of Tennessee River, conditional line between William Barker and James Carr, conditional line between Samuel Carr and James Carr, warranted to be the oldest and best settlement right." Written 25 Jan 1805 and recorded 5 July 1809. Witnesses; Hugh Kelso, Patrick Salvedge. Acknowledged in Blount Co. Court Feb 1807 by Hugh Kelso.

      Henry Arnhart is listed on a Blount County Court of Pleas and Quarters jury in court records for 27 Feb 1805. Henry Airhart is listed as a being on a jury in Rhea County Court in April of 1808. Henry Airheart is also listed on a Rhea County jury in August of 1820.

      So Henry and his family moved to Rhea County sometime between Feb 1807 and Apr of 1808.

      Henry Airheart was the bondsman for the marriage of Samuel Carr and Sally Blythe in 1810 in Rhea Co. TN.

      In 1820 Samuel Howard was appointed overseer of road from James Coulters to Mrs. Lauderdales ford of the Creek; hands to work under him: Jacob Cook, John Howard's negro man, George Manes, William Howard, Henry Airheart, A. Davids Joe, Joseph Gant, Benjamin McCarty, and Robert Bolton.

      Henry Airheart is listed as a "Taxable" in Captain William Howard's Company for 1822.

      6 Nov 1826--Wm Howard and Allison Howard appointed Adms of estate of Abraham Howard, decd; entered into bond with Saml Howard and others for $1200. Henry Airhart and others appointed to lay off year's provisions for the widow and children.

      Deed of Conveyance (2 Feb 1828), Rezin Rawlings and John Lock to John Whaley for $1300 in consequence of a Title Bond executed by Danl Rawlings to Henry Airheart, the interest in the Title Bond in part is requested by the said Airheart to vest in the said John Whaley, 160 acres on Richland Creek, including part of 1000 acres tract granted to S. Donelson by NC (No. 210). Mentions Azariah Davids line, Wm Howards line.

      In 1831 the construction of the Methodist E. Church was begun in Washington, the first county seat of Rhea Co. Three subscribers were: Henry Airheart, 3000 shingles and 200 board feet of floor planking; James C. Airheart, $2.00; and George C. Airheart, $2.00. Other names on this list which have been connected to the Airhearts: Whitt, Whaley, and Frazier.

      1830 Census Rhea Co. lists Henry Airheart. p. 395 with 9 males and 4 females in household. One male under 5, 2 males 10-15, 3 males 15-20, 2 males 20-30 and one male 50-60; one female 5-10, one female 15-20, one female 20-30, and one female 40-50. Since Peter, Mary, Catherine, and Ann were all married by this time, Henry could have had more children than are known (1 more boy and 2 girls). Because the boy is under 5 yrs it is unlikely that he is a son, since Jane would have been in her late 40's when he was born, he is more likely to be a grandson. This under 5 year old boy is probably Leander Fraizer, the son of Dorothy Airheart. Dorothy is probably the 20-30 yr old and Elizabeth is the 15-20 yr old.

      Deed of Conveyance, Rezin Rawlings and John Locke (Exrs of Daniel Rawlings dec'd) to Henry Airhart for 490 acres on Richland Creek; being the remaining part of the land covenanted to said decedent after deducting that part already conveyed at the special instance and request of said Airheart to John Whaley. Beginning on main fork of Richland Creek at point S 30 W of place where old Kiouka War Trace intersects the extreme height of mountain or divide between waters of Sale Creek and Richland Creek, then direct line to top of shinbone ridge and beginning corner called for in 500 acre tract conveyed by Robert Cotton to Daniel Rawlings, then with John Whaleys line. (25 Sept 1829)(Registered 5 Dec 1831)

      Henry Arehart is listed in the 1839 Bradley Co. Tax List in District 8, along with John Ahart, Michel Arehart, Samuel Howard, Allison Hawerd, and James Henry.

      1840 Bradley Co. Census lists Henry Arehart with 3 males (one 10-14, one 15-19, and Henry, 60-70) and 3 females in household (Jane and Elizabeth, who evidently never married, and an unknown female--age between 15 and 20 yrs).

      1850 Bradley Co. census lists Henry Airheart, age 75, born MD; Jane, age 71, born VA, Elizabeth, age 39, born TN, Daniel, age 31, born TN, also listed are Daniel's wife Ann and 5 children.

      The 1880 census shows Daniel Airheart's father's birth place as PA. Also in the 1880 census, John M. Airheart's father's birth place is listed as PA. There was a disputed border area between PA and MD, which later became PA. Franklin Co. PA was once was disputed territory by MD.

      Henry purchased 40 acres in Bradley County TN 5 Aug 1841. (Book F, p. 347, grant # 3271, entry # 3383)

      Dorothy is believed to be the mother of Leander Fraizer and is buried under the Airheart name. She and Leander's father were never married.

      Sources:

      Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Deed Book 5, pp. 357-358.

      "Early Tennessee Tax Lists", published by Brian Sistler & Assoc., 1977.

      Henry is shown in the 1850 Bradley Co. TN census as living in the household of Daniel Airheart. He is not shown in the 1860 census.

      Blount County, Tennessee Deeds: Deed Book 1, 1795-1819, abs. by Mrs. Jane Kizer Thomas, p.180-181.

      Blount County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Court Records, 1805-1815, p. 50. FHL Microfilm 0888868.

      Rhea County, Tennessee Minutes, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, February 1820-February 1821, abstracted/transcribed by Bettye J.
      Broyles, Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1995, p. 15.

      Broyles, Bettye J. comp., 1980, "A Compendium of Rhea and Meigs Counties Tennessee 1808 through 1850", p. 5.

      Rhea County Tennesse, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, February 1820-February 1821, abstracted and transcribed by Bettye J. Broyles, Rhea County Historical and Geneaolgical Society, 1995.

      "Rhea County Tax Lists--1819-1829"

      Rhea Co. TN: Wills, Inventories, Estate Settlements, and Guardian Reports, 1810-1881, comp. by Betty Broyles, p.71.

      Rhea Co TN Deed Books, p. 449 (E-467, p. 188).

      "Leaves From The Family Tree", Penelope Johnson Allen, Southern Historical Press, pp. 319-320.

      "Rhea County, Tennessee, Deed Books A, B, C, D, E" abstracted by David Gray and Bettye J. Broyles, published by The Rhea County Historical and Genealogical Society, Dayton, Tennessee, 1987, p. 218 (E-579).

      "Tennessee Genealogical Records & Abstracts," Volume 1: 1787-1839. Sherida K. Eddlemon, Heritage Books, Inc. p. 98.

      "Tennessee Land Grants, Volume I, Surnames A-K," Byron and Barbara Sistler, Sistler Associates, p. 6.

      Information from Martha Kidwell, 101 Jessie Lane, Charleston, TN 37310.

      (2) Broyles, Bettye J., History of Rhea County, Tennessee, Collegedale, TN: College Press, 1991:

      P. 15:

      1808 RHEA COUNTY TAX LIST

      Another source of information on the early settlers and land owners is the Rhea County Tax List of 1808. Unfortunately, the 1809 through 1818 lists are incomplete.

      When the list of individuals that were taxed (total of 112) is compared with the names from the land entry and surveyor's books (100), only 28 names appear on both lists. Of this last number, 16 individuals indicated that they had made improvements or were occupants. Fourteen men who were occupants were not included on the tax lists, leading to the conclusion that the tax collectors did not list everyone. Even William Henry, in whose home the first court was held, was not included on the 1808 tax list! There also is the possibility that the available list is incomplete (location of original is unknown).

      So that the various lists can be compared, the 1808 tax list is reproduced below. Several abbreviations are used to conserve space: . . . WP= White Polls; BP= Black Polls. . . .

      JOHN HENRY'S LIST
      Taxables between Richland Creek and Clear Creek.

      Airhart, Henry 1 WP 1 BP . . . .

      P. 51:

      JURORS FOR COUNTY COURT

      If a criteria for qualifying a citizen for jury duty was established, it has not been found. Hundreds of lists dating from 1808 through 1859 have been examined and assembled for future publication.

      The oldest known list of jurors is from the 1808 January Session of the County Court. It indicates that the following persons were to be called by the Sheriff, Miller Francis, to serve at the April Session: John Abel, Henry Airheart, Caleb Barr, John Brown, Thomas G. Brown, Samuel Bryson, David Caldwell, James Cowan, Joseph Dunham, Walter Edwards, Richard Farris, Elias Ferguson, James Galbreath, James Gouge Sr., William Henry, John Howard, Grief Howerton, Joseph Johnson, William Johnson, William Kennedy, James Lauderdale, Henry Leginor, John Luck [Locke], John Love, William Lyon, John McElwee, John Meriott, Robert Means, David Murphree, William Noblet, Rezin Rawlings, Hugh Rhea, Daniel Walker, James Walker, George Williams, John Witherspoon, and George Worley. Daniel Rawlings, Clerk of the Court, signed the order.

      Another document from the same session lists the men who served, and it would appear that six of those called either did not appear or were excused: Samuel Bryson, David Caldwell, Richard Farris, Henry Leginer, John Love, and James Walker.

      On the same document was a list of residents that were to be called by the Sheriff for Jury duty at the 1808 July Session, and included the following names: Cain Abel, Stephen Alexander, William Alexander, Charles Brady, William Buise, Thomas Clark, David Cobb, Joseph Cowan, Samuel Cox, John Cozby, Azariah David, Richard Davis, George Derrick, Jeremiah Dunham [later listed as Duncan], John Dunlap, James Dunmore, William Goad, James Gouge Jr., James Hogg (?), Jackson Howerton, John Hunt, William Lauderdale, John Linzey,
      William McGill, Nathaniel More (?), John Moore, William Mumfrey, Robert Patterson, Jesse Rhea, Mills Roberson, William Sherill, Henry Sikes, William Smith, James Snelson, Thomas Swaggerty, John Waters, Lemuel Waters, John Wasson, and Joseph Williams.

      Another list from the 1808 July Session contains those citizens who were to be summoned for the October 1808 Session and included the following men: Henry Airheart, William Alexander, Daniel Barr, George Brown, Samuel Bryson, David Caldwell, Seymore Catching, John Collins, Jacob Cooke, John Cowan, Samuel Davis, Jacob Derrick, William Goad, Matthew Hubbard, John Johnson, Ezekiel King, Jacob Lamon, John Lauderdale, Amos Lewis, John Lewis, John Locke, John Love, William Lyons, John Martin, David Murphree, John Newton, John Owens, John Peters, Hugh Rhea, James Riddle, Henry Seymore, Valentine Shoults, John Smith, William Smith, William Smith [sic], John Spurlin, James Thompson, Joseph Williams, William Winton, and Thomas Woodward.

      In October of 1808, the Jury to be summoned for the 1809 January Session was composed of many of those who had served in April, July, and October 1808, with the addition of only ten new names: William Blankenship, Charles Campbell, Josiah Cranmore, James Handy, John Hill, James Mitchell, William Ramsey, Morgan Rector, Henry Riggle, and Claiborn Waters. Three names of men who had not previously served had been marked out: Robert Locke, Robert Love, and Reuben Reed.

      The number of residents called as jurors in 1808 is an indication of the total inhabitants in the new County. Although the records are incomplete, the available lists indicate that over 1000 citizens served as jurors between 1808 and 1837, when the county was not quite 30 years old.

      P. 57:

      ELECTION OF COUNTY OFFICERS

      Based on the minutes of the County Court, the various county offices originally were filled with appointments made by the Court or by elections held within that body. Two of the entries in the County Court minutes are as follows:

      27 January 1812-The Court proceeded to the election of a Sheriff. Miller Francis, Jesse White, and John Howard were candidates. Francis received 7 votes; Howard 5 votes. Miller Francis was reelected as Sheriff; made bond with Joseph Dunham, Robert Means, James Riddle, and George Williams for $5000. He also made bond for $2000 as tax collector with Azariah David, Robert Means, and George Williams. Woodson Francis was appointed Deputy Sheriff. Thomas Woodward appointed Coroner for 2 years; made bond with James Mitchell, Henry Airheart, and Matthew Hubbard.

      8 November 1825-The Court proceeded to the appointment of a Trustee for the County of Rhea for the next suceeding two years, Carson Caldwell, Crispien E. Shelton, and Jonathan Fine, esquires in nomination and upon collecting and counting out the ballots Caldwell had 6, Shelton had 5, and Fine had 1 Vote, whereupon Carson Caldwell was pronounced duly elected Trustee, and the said Caldwell with Thomas Cox, John McClure, James Kelley, and Edmund Bean entered into bond as required by law whereupon the necessary oath was taken by the said Caldwell as the law directs.

      Pp. 72-73:

      FIRST PUBLIC ROAD

      The area south of Whites Creek became a part of Roane County in 1805, and in 1806, the Roane County Court issued an order for the Sheriff to summon jurors to view and mark a public road from Kingston to William Henry's on Richland Creek. The jury was composed of Woodson Francis, William Lee, Samuel Mahan, Edward Wall and Solomon Gueren.

      At the December Session, the jury reported that they had "viewed and marked a road from the town of Kingston, crossing the Clinch River . . . crossing Whites Creek at Robert Tutons, then down the valley passing Carlisles, Gabrail Hackworth and Nicholas Hackworth, crossing Piney at Walkers, thence up Wolf Creek, crossing the head branches thereof to Clear Creek where there appears to be a mill about to be built, then crossing the same a small distance below, through the knobs to the Cumberland Valley, then down the said valley to Willie Henry's. Ordered therefore that the same be a public road" (Roane County Road Book 1801-1820, page 25).

      This road remained in use for many years and parts of it were later used as the base for roads still in existence (Smyrna Road, for example). A long list of orders can be found in the Rhea County Court minutes appointing overseers for various sections of this road; also for minor locational changes.

      In January of 1808, the following petition was presented to the first session of the Rhea County Court of Pleas and Quarterly Sessions (County Court):

      The humble petition of Sundry of the inhabitants of said County, humbly prayeth your worships that a jury may be appointed to view and mark off a public road the nearest and best way from William Henrys (the place of holding Court for said County) leading down the Tennessee Valy so as to strike the Indian Boundary in Said Valey and so as not to injure any farm or plantation, And your petitioners in duty bound will ever pray &c."

      The petition was signed by Wm Brown, John McElwee, Jacob Wassum, Thos G. Brown, Robert Patterson, Thos Woodward, Charles Gamble, Miller Francis, George Worley, David Davis (?), and Will Lyon.

      This road was an extention [sic] of the public road authorized in 18061 the Roane County Court (Kingston to home of William Henry).

      During the second session of the County Court (April, 1808), the above road was authorized. It was described as follows: "Beginning at William Henrys, crossing the creek at the mouth of his spring branch, passing by John Howards, crossing the creek again near Lyons mill, from thence along the foot of a small ridge to the southern end thereof, from thence the more direct way to the foot of main Richland creek at two marked maples, from thence passing James Cowans, M. Abels and Joseph Brooks, esquires, to the Indian boundary line." John Howard was appointed overseer.

      In 1809 (April Session), two lawsuits were heard by the Grand Jury concerning the road from William Henrys to the Indian Boundary. It appears that Zacheus Watson and Robert Gamble were appointed overseers of two sections of the road and that they allowed the road to become impassable. The reports were signed by William Brown, Solicitor for Rhea County, and both were similar in content to th following:

      The Grand jurors for the State impanneled & sworn to examine for the body of the County of Rhea aforesaid upon their oaths do present & say that the road leading from William Henrys the place of holding Court in said County to the Indian Boundary line is a public road & highway, and legally authorized by law, and the Grand jurors aforesaid upon their oath aforesaid do present & say that Zacheus Watson is legally appointed by law Overseer of that part of said public road leading from the bridge at William Lyons Mill on Richland Creek to the ridge that divides the waters of said Richland Creek from the waters of Sale creek and the Grand jurors aforesaid upon their oaths aforesaid, do present & say that Zacheus Watson late of Said County Overseer of the road aforesaid at to wit, in the County aforesaid on the tenth day of April in the year aforesaid and for a long space of time to wit, for fifteen days and upwards, with force & arms, did then & there unlawfully Suffer to be & remain out of sufficient & lawfull repairs & by suffering lay stumps rocks & trees to be & remain therein, greatly to the obstruction & injury of the passage of all travelers passing the aforesaid road & greatly to the obstruction of Carts, Waggons and all other Carriages passing the same, contrary to the Statutes in such cases made & provided, to the evil example of all like offenders and against the peace & dignity of the State.

      On 28 January 1811, a petition was submitted to the County Court that concerned a bridge across Richland Creek. The petition is as follows:

      To the Worshipfull Court of Rhea County now seting, Gentlemen whereas your humble petitioners find it extremly dificult and nearly impossible to keep a bridge across the little fork of Richland Creek at Mr. Lyons Mill, also its very disagreeable working in the water at this Season of the year to build a bridge. We therefore humbly petition your worships to grant us liberty to cut a new road to some convenient crossing place on said creek and make a convenient ford for the Safe and easy pasage of our Land Carriages. Gentlemen Your Compliance will ever be acknowledged by Your humble petitioners &c. (original in Barnes Papers)

      The petition was signed by James Cowan, David Brown, John Rawlings, John Lauderdale, Rezin Rawlings, Palatiah Shelton, James Varnor, Cain Abel, William Buice, John Abel, John Parker, John Cowan, Rubean Bowden?, James Leatherdale, Robert M--atos, Henry Airheart, Jacob Cooke, John Shell, David David, Owan David, William Jenkins, Joseph Alexander, William Alexander, and David Day.

      The Court granted the petition during the January, 1811, Session.

      It should be noted that the mill referred to in the above road and bridge orders was operated by several individuals and the name was changed over the years (Lyon's, Clark's, Frenche's, Allen's, Keith's, McDonald's, and Whaley's Mill). A raceway ran from Big Richland Creek to the mill site (David Gray notes).

      The court ordered on 26 January 1813, "that Jacob Lamon be overseer of the Road from the dividing ridge between Sale and Richland Creeks to the Indian line near Fields old place and that Robert Patterson furnish him a list of hands to work on said Road under him." This order places the southern end of the road near the mouth of Sale Creek where Richard Fields had his settlement. . . .

      (3) A household headed by Henry AIRHEART is listed in the 1830 census of Rhea County, TN.

      Listed in Henry's household are 1 free white male under 5 years of age; 2 free white males between 10 and 15 years of age; 3 free white males between 15 and 20 years of age; 2 free white males between 20 and 30 years of age; 1 free white male between 50 and 60 years of age; 1 free white female between 5 and 10 years of age; 1 free white female between 15 and 20 years of age; 1 free white female between 20 and 30 years of age; and 1 free white female between 40 and 50 years of age.

      Assuming that Henry is the free white male listed in the 1830 census as then being between 50 and 60 years of age, he would have been born between 1770 and 1780, according to the 1830 census.

      Assuming that Henry's wife is the free white female listed in the 1830 census as then being between 40 and 50 years of age, she would have been born between 1780 and 1790, according to the 1830 census.

      It is unlikely that all of the other persons in Henry's household were Henry's children; Henry's wife may have been too old to have given birth to a son who was born after 1825. However, assuming that all of the other persons are children of Henry and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of eight sons [two of which sons would have been born between 1800 and 1810, three of which sons would have been born between 1810 and 1815, two of which sons would have been born between 1815 and 1820, and one of which sons would have been born between 1825 and 1830, according to the 1830 census] and three daughters [one of which daughters would have been born between 1800 and 1810, one of which daughters would have been born between 1810 and 1815, and one of which daughters would have been born between 1820 and 1825, according to the 1830 census].

      (4) A household headed by Henry AREHART is listed in the 1840 census of Bradley County, TN. [Henry is listed in the index to the 1840 census as Henry ARCHART.]

      Listed in Henry's household are 1 free white male between 10 and 15 years of age; 1 free white male between 15 and 20 years of age; 1 free white male between 60 and 70 years of age; 1 free white female between 15 and 20 years of age; 1 free white female between 20 and 30 years of age; and 1 free white female between 60 and 70 years of age.

      Assuming that Henry is the free white male listed in the 1840 census as then being between 60 and 70 years of age, he would have been born between 1770 and 1780, according to the 1840 census.

      Assuming that Henry's wife is the free white female listed in the 1840 census as then being between 60 and 70 years of age, she would have been born between 1770 and 1780, according to the 1840 census.

      Assuming that the other persons in Henry's household are children of Henry and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of two sons [one of which sons would have been born between 1815 and 1820, and one of which sons would have been born between 1825 and 1830, according to the 1840 census] and two daughters [one of which daughters would have been born between 1810 and 1820, and one of which daughters would have been born between 1820 and 1825, according to the 1840 census].

      (5) A household headed by Henry AIRHART is listed in the 1850 census of Bradley County, TN.

      Henry is listed in the 1850 census as a farmer who was then 75 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1775. According to the 1850 census, he was born in MD.

      Listed with Henry is his wife, Jane, who was then 71 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1779. According to the 1850 census, she was born in VA.

      Also listed with Henry is his daughter, Elizabeth, who was then 39 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1811. According to the 1850 census, she was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his son, Daniel, who was then 31 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1819. According to the 1850 census, he was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his daughter-in-law, Anna [Daniel's wife], who was then 28 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1822. According to the 1850 census, she was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his grandson, Leander [Daniel's son], who was then 6 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1844. According to the 1850 census, he was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his grandson, Samuel [Daniel's son], who was then 5 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1845. According to the 1850 census, he was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his grandson, Henry [Daniel's son], who was then 4 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, he was born in about 1846. According to the 1850 census, he was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is his granddaughter, Mary J. [Daniel's daughter], who was then 2 years of age; therefore, according to the 1850 census, she was born in about 1848. According to the 1850 census, she was born in TN.

      Also listed with Henry is an apparently unrelated farmer.

      (6) Henry AIRHEART is listed in the 1860 census of District 4, Bradley County, TN in a household headed by his son, D. R. AIRHEART.

      Henry's age is not listed in the 1860 census. According to the 1860 census, he was born in PA.

      [Note by compiler: There are several ways to interpret the 1860 census information relating to Henry. One way to interpret the information is as follows: Henry was alive on the actual enumeration date, June 25, 1860; and (2) for some unknown reason, the enumerator failed to list Henry's age in the census schedule. Another way to interpet the information is as follows: (1) the official enumeration date for the 1860 census was June 1, 1860, and all information on the 1860 census schedule was supposed to be as of that date; (2) Henry died between June 1, 1860 and June 25, 1860; and (3) the enumerator counted Henry, but did not list his age because Henry was dead on the actual enumeration date. In any event, the compiler believes that Henry died in or shortly after June 1860.]
    Person ID I4540  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 29 May 2018 

    Father Peter ERHARD,   b. Abt 1727, Bettborn, Alsace, France Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 27 May 1787, Hamilton Township, Franklin County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 60 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Sophia (ERHARD),   b. Abt 1735,   d. Abt 1802  (Age ~ 67 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F2630  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jane CARR,   b. 1779, VA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1856, Bradley County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years) 
    Children 
     1. Michael AIRHEART,   b. 1815, Rhea County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     2. Henry Riddle AIRHART,   b. 1815, Rhea County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1870, TX Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 54 years)  [natural]
     3. Elizabeth AIRHEART,   b. 1811  [natural]
     4. John M. AIRHEART,   b. 27 Sep 1815, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Jun 1892, Leo, Cooke County, TX Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)  [natural]
     5. --- AIRHEART,   b. Between 1820 and 1825  [natural]
     6. Daniel R. AIRHEART,   b. 25 May 1819, Rhea County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1894, TX Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)  [natural]
     7. Nicholas AIRHEART,   b. Abt 1819, Rhea County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     8. Ann AIRHEART,   b. 1805, Blount County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1891, Etowah County, AL Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)  [natural]
     9. Mary AIRHEART,   b. 1803, Blount County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1880  (Age 77 years)  [natural]
     10. Peter AIRHEART, Sr.,   b. 1800, Blount County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1868, Bradley County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)  [natural]
     11. Catharine AIRHEART,   b. 1805, Blount County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1883, Parker County, TX Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)  [natural]
     12. George C. AIRHEART,   b. Abt 1809  [natural]
     13. James C. AIRHEART,   b. 22 Apr 1808, Rhea County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Mar 1860, Bradley County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 51 years)  [natural]
     14. Dorothy AIRHEART,   b. 5 Aug 1806, Blount County, TN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jun 1887  (Age 80 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 29 May 2018 13:23:14 
    Family ID F2617  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart