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Sunday, October 6, 2013

Rimble



John Trimble born in Roane Co., TN Feb. 7 1812, son of James and Letitia B. Clark Trimble.  Came to Davidson Co., with his parents in 1813. 

His father James Trimble was born in Rockbridge Co., VA in 1781, attended Washington College near Jonesboro, Washington Co.; studied law in Staunton, Va; moved to Knoxville, TN in 1802.  Married in Roane Co., TN Nov. 10, 1808  to Letitia Clark., children-John, Thomas, Susan, Mary, Elizabeth, Andrew, and Louisa Trimble.  Practiced law in Knoxville until 1813, then moved to Davidson Co., TN where he died Aug. 7, 1824.  Biographical Directory of the Tennessee General Assembly Vol. 1, 1796-1861.

Jan. 1793, Those who shall work on the road under the direction of Thomas Taylor…James Tremble, Thomas Talbot….
Davidson County Tennessee County Court Minutes 1729-1799, Carol Wells

April 1802, Ordered John Trimble to overseer Road from Nichols ferry to Hoopers old place in Stead of Robert Branch late overseer.
David Trimble appointed Constable in Oct. 1803.
John Trimble listed as juror in various lists for different years. 
Davidson County Tennessee County Court Minutes 1799-1803, Carol Wells

John Trimble, Davidson Co., TN from 1793 through about 1809.

Davidson Co., Deed book C. page 59, John Tremble acted as witness to deed, dated July 9, 1792, from Absalom Hooper to David Earhart, land on Whites Creek on the north side of Cumberland River. July term 1792.

Davidson Co., Deed book C. page 273, John Tremble purchased from John Thomas (both of Davidson Co.) 100 acres on north side of Cumberland River on Thomas Tolbet’s (Talbot)  Mill Creek.  May 14, 1794. [Note: Thomas Talbot lived north of downtown Nashville.  His land is today is near the intersection of Dickerson Pike & W Trinity Ln, Nashville, TN 37207.]

Davidson Co., Deed book G, page 453, John Trimble Sr. to George W. Trimble, both of Davidson Co., TN, 100 acres on Thomas Tolbett’s Mill Creek for $1000.  13 April 1809. witnesses James Green and John Ray.

Davidson Co., Deed book G, page 453, George W. Trimble of Williamson Co. TN to Thomas Talbot , 100 acres on Thomas Tolbett’s Mill Creek March 1811 for $1000.  witnesses James Bryson and Mark Justice.








Davidson County Loose Marriage Licenses and Bonds

Last
Name
First
Name
First
Name
Last Name
Date of Issue
Bondsman
Curtis
James
Sally
Herculus
10/21/1802
David Tremble
McCutchen
John
Anne
Modrille
3/5/1806
David Trimble
Green
James
Jane
Trimble
1/8/1806
David Trimble
(W)Ray
John
Jenny
Ray
12/7/1807
John Trimble, Jr.
Ferguson
William
Nancy
Woodruff
6/28/1808
David Tremble

There is a John Tremble on the 1805 tax list for Davidson Co., TN with 3 white taxable males.

At various times between the years 1804 and 1807, notices listing letters remaining at the post office in Nashville for David Trimble, Samuel E. Trimble and John Trimble, George and Ambrose Trumble.  The name is also spelled Tremble a couple of times.
Genealogical Abstrats From Tennessee Newspapers 1791-1808, Sherida K. Eddlemon

July 1811, The Democratic Clarion and Tennessee Gazette, notice of letters remaining at the post office in Nashville…George Tremble
July 1811, The Democratic Clarion and Tennessee Gazette, notice of letters remaining at the post office in Franklin…George Tremble
Genealogical Abstrats From Tennessee Newspapers 1803-1812, Sherida K. Eddlemon

On the 1820 census there is a George Tremble living in the same neighborhood where the land that John and George Trimble owned was located.
George Tremble
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