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Many descendants of Roland Ware and wife Temperance have DNA matches with descendants of Nancy Cochran [1] and Isaiah Pickett [Research Notes, below]. We suspect that Temperance and Nancy Cochran were related. We seek further evidence to carify this potential relationship.

1760 Roland Ware, son of Peter Ware and Susanna Randle, may have been born about this time in Brunswick County, Virginia.

1772 Based on land deeds involving his parents, Roland's parents moved from Virginia to Anson/Montgomery County, North Carolina in about 1772.

1778 Roland Ware served in the Revolutionary War. He lived in Montgomery County, North Carolina when he was drafted, about 1778. [See Research Notes]

1782 Peter Ware (Invalid, 150 acres), Thomas Ware (2 negros: Dick, Suck), and Roland Ware (singleman) were on the Taxables list for Montgomery County, North Carolina. [2] Thomas Crocker, perhaps, was also listed. [3] [4] [5]

1784-1787 Peter Ware and Roland [?] were listed in the census for Montgomery County, North Carolina.

1795 Rowland Ware purchased a negro boy named Syrius (age 18-19) and several household items from Elizabeth Allen. Montgomery County, North Carolina deed dated February 10. [6]

1800 Roland Ware lived in Montgomery County, North Carolina in a household with males: 2 (under 10), 1 (10 thru 15), and 2 (26 thru 44); and females: 1 (under 10), 2 (10 thru 15), and 1 (26 thru 44). [7]

1820 Roland Weir lived in Warren County, Tennessee in a household with males: 1 (10 thru 15), 1 (16 thru 18), 1 (16 thru 25), and 1 (45 and over); and females: 1 (under 10), 1 (10 thru 15), and 1 (45 and over). Ishaim Weir was listed adjacent. [8]

1830 Rolin Ware lived in Warren County, Tennessee in a household with males: 1 (20 thru 29) and 1 (70 thru 79); and females: 2 (under 5), 1 (20 thru 29), and 1 (60 thru 69). [9]

1830 Wildey [son Wiley?] Wier lived in Warren County, Tennessee in a household with males: 1 (under 5) and 1 (20 thru 29); and females: 2 (under 5) and 1 (20 thru 29).

1836 Roland Ware and son Isham Ware were taxed in Warren County, Tennessee. [10]

1840 Rolin Ware lived in Warren County, Tennessee in a household with males: 1 (10 thru 14) and 1 (80 thru 89); and females: 3 (under 5), 1 (5 thru 9), 1 (10 thru 14), 2 (20 thru 29), and 1 (60 thru 69). [11]

1844 Temperance Ware died on August 26, 1844 and was buried at Smyrna Cemetery (six miles southeast of McMinnville), Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [12] [13] The burial plot is near that of Isom Ware (1793-1855).

Temperance, Wife of Roland Ware Died in 1844. Aged about 73 years.

1849-1864 Roland Ware received a pension from the Knoxville, Tennessee office, for sevice in the Revolutionary War. [14] The pension may have been rejected, at one time. [15]

1850 Son Allen Ware (age 50, born in Tennessee) lived in Subdivision 23, McMinn County, Tennessee, in a household with Ruth Ware (age 50), Merrit Ware (age 30), Maxy Ware (age 15), Jasper Ware (age 12), Eliza Ware (age 10), John Ware (age 6), Susan Ware (age 4), and Rowland Ware (age 90, born in Tennessee). [16]

1852 Wilie Ware and Letty Argo were married on September 30 in Warren County, Tennessee. [17]

1855 Son Isham Ware died on December 25, 1855 and was buried at Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. Isham Ware was born on July 18, 1793. [18]

1860 Rowland Ware (age 101, born in North Carolina) lived in District 11, McMinn County, Tennessee, in a household with Allen Ware (age 57), Ruth Ware (age 57), John Ware (age 16), and Susan Ware (age 12). Rowland Ware was identified as "Soldier of 1776". [19]

1860 Son Wiley Ware (age 45, born in North Carolina) lived in Warren County, Tennessee, in a household with Letty Ware (age 46), Vesta Ware (age 7), Sarah Ware (age 3), and Cathrine Argo (age 15). [20]

1863-64 Roland Ware died.

1863 An obituary was published in The Nashville Dispatch dated 4/23/1863. (not yet seen)

Ware, Roland, age 103 years 2 months 2 days, died at Athens, Tn, on March 22; soldier of the American Revolution and drew a pension until the commencement of this war.

1864 A memorial stone has been placed for Roland Ware at South Liberty Cemetery, Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee reporting his death in Spring, 1864 at age 103. [21] [22]

1864 Pension records report the death of Roland Ware on June 15, 1864. Allen Ware was a witness. [23]

1870 Wilen Ware (age 65, born in North Carolina) lived in District 5, Warren County, Tennessee, in a household with Lettie Ware (age 56), Vesta Ware (age 17), and Sarah Ware (age 14). Wilen Ware's occupation was farmer. [24]

Roland Ware applied for a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War. Allen Ware was a claimant in 1882 for care that he had provided to Roland. There are several documents in his application file, including a summary letter from Winfield Scott. [25]:

March 10, 1926

In response to your letter of the 9th instant, I have the honor to advise you that from the papers in the Revolutionary War pension claim, S. 3434, it appears that Rowland Ware, pensioned Roland Ware, was born about January, 1750, place not stated.

While a resident of Montgomery County, North Carolina, he enlisted in 1773 and served at various times until the close of the Revolution, amounting to about twelve months in all, as private with the North Carolina Troops under Captain Randles, and Buckner Kimbrell, Colonel Harris and Childs; he was in a skirmish with the British and Tories on the east side of the Peedee River.

He was allowed pension on his application executed July 1, 1844, at which time he was a resident of Warren County, Tennessee.

In 1857 he was living in McMinn County, Tennessee, and he died June 15, 1864, at which time he was living about seven miles from Athen, McMinn County, Tennessee.

His wife, her name not stated, did not survive him.

A son, Allen Ware, was living in McMinn County, Tennessee, in 1882, aged eighty-two years, and his post office address was Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee.

This is the only soldier by the name Rowland Ware found in the Revolutionary War records of this Bureau.

Very Truly Yours,

Winfield Scott,
Commissioner

1881 A letter from son Allen recounted the following [26]:

Calhoun McMinn County Tennessee
July 12th 1881
Commissioner of Pensions
Dear Sirs
Please find inclosed Power of Attorney & coppy of original certificate of Roland Ware who was my father he died in 1864 had not drawn anything for several years prior to his death I taken care of him for 10 years prior to his deth & he also made to me a Deed of gift of what money was due him from the government please inform me the proper steps for the colection of the Same My father & my self were ever truly Loyal to the U S Government
Write me to the care of J.M. Charles
Calhoun McMinn co Tennessee
Respectfully,
Alin Ware

1900 Lettie Martin Ware died on January 5 and was buried at Smyrna Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee. Lettie Martin Ware was born in 1814. [27] [28]

Research Notes:

A biosketch: [29]

1778 - Entered service in the Revolutionary War in Northampton County, NC.

Researched by Jean Frazier Freshour clarence_jean@juno.com
Roland B.2 Ware (Peter) was born 01/01/1760 in Brunswick Co., Virginia, and died 15/06/1864 in McMinn County, Tennessee (South Liberty Cemetary). He married Temperance White Bef. 1800 in Mecklenberg Co., N.C.5, daughter of ? Notes for Roland B. Ware: He probably migrated to Northampton Co., N. C. by 1774 with Peter Ware. In 1778 he entered the service and fought in the Revolutionary War. I have copies of his war records and some court records. He lived to be 104 years. "While a resident of Montgomory Co.,North Carolina, he enlisted in 1778 and served at various times until the close of the Revolution, amounting to about 12 months in all, as private with the North Carolina Troops under Capt. Ramles, and Buckner Kimbrell, Colonels Harris and Childs; he was in skirmishs with the British and the Tories on the east side of the Peedee River. He was allowed pension on his application executed July 1,1844, at which time he was a resident of Warren County, Tennessee. Roland appears in the 1820 census for Warren County, Tennessee. In 1857 he was living in McMinn County, Tennessee, and he died June 15, 1864" From a letter signed by Winfield Scott dated March 10, 1926 Military:He served 12 months as a guard to guard the legislator of North Carolina "to keep off the Torys and Brittish." He said he entered active service in Northhampton, N.C. being drafted for 3 months, then marched on to Halifax in N.C.(not Va.) and from there volunteered in the horse company of calvary, then called the light horse company. He then was in Montgomery Co., N.C. and went to Drowning Creek. Residence: His pension papers indicate he lived in Warren Co.,Tn. before McMinn Co. and there are Warren Co. records accommmpanying. He is buried at Liberty Cemetary which is located about 8 miles south of Athens, Tn. There are 114 unmarked graves. One scource says he was born in Ireland or NC. Also have date of birth 02/01/1761(Sally wassmuth)

1780 Jacob Cochran was granted 300 acres of land beginning on Duglas's line on or near Gremises fork running down to Tupings old line where Thomas Gower lives, Montgomery County, North Carolina. [30]

1787 Malcom Blue was granted 60 acres of land on Big Creek of Little River adjoining Abraham Cockram, Montgomery County, North Carolina. [31]

1789 Jacob Cochran was granted 100 acres of land on Camp Branch including George Brunton's improvements and 100 acres on the west side of his own, Montgomery County, North Carolina. [32]

1790 Abraham Cochran was granted 60 acres of land on Big Creek of Little River on north side of land of Malcom Blue, Montgomery County, North Carolina. [33]

1792 Thomas Ware was granted 100 acres of land on the North side of Pee Dee adjoining his own. [34]

1793 Jacob Cochran was granted land on Camp Branch, Montgomery County, North Carolina. [35]

Daughters Sarah and Susan may have both married men named McGregor:

1794 William McGreger entered 130 acres of land lying on Cedar Branch of Mountain Creek joining Thomas Huckaby's line. [36]

1794 William McGreger entered 50 acres of land on wt side of Yadkin River at the Big Falls joining Thomas Huckaby's line. [37]

1856 A memorial stone has been placed for Sarah McGreger at Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [38]

In memory of Sarah McGreger
born decem 15th 1786
deceased april 20 1856

1871 A memorial stone has been placed for Susan McGreger. She was buried at Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. [39]

Sacred to the memory of
Susan McGreger
Born Dec 15, 1787
Died May 25 1871
She was a noble wife, a true mother, and a sincere christian. Peace to her slubmers till the trumpet sounds.

1861 Willis Wallace McGreger died on August 8, 1861 and was buried at Smyrna Cemetery, Irving College, Warren County, Tennessee. Willis Wallace McGreger was born on November 26, 1784. [40]

Summaries of Roland Ware, including military service:

Roland Burton Ware had the following children:

Allen ~ Ruth Dodson
Wiley ~ 1. Mary Clark 2. Lettie Argo
Isom ~ Martha Norton
Joseph T. ~ unknown
Hampton Price ~ unknown
Twin daughters
Sarah ~ Ezekial McGregor
Susan ~ Willis McGregor

He probably migrated to Northampton Co., N. C. by 1774 with Peter Ware. In 1778 he entered the service and fought in the Revolutionary War.

His Revolutionary War Service Record is: S3434/BLWT77006-160-55. "While a resident of Montgomery Co., NC, he enlisted in 1778 and served at various times until the close of the Revolution, amounting to about 12 months in all, as private with the North Carolina Troops under Capt. Ramles, and Buckner Kimbrell, Colonels Harris and Childs; he was in skirmishes with the British and the Tories on the east side of the Peedee River. He was allowed pension on his application executed July 1,1844, at which time he was a resident of Warren County, Tennessee.

Roland appears in the 1820 census for Warren County, Tennessee. In 1857 he was living in McMinn County, Tennessee. His son, Allen Ware, stated in an application for restoration of pension in order to receive Roland's back pay in 1882 that he died June 15, 1864. Roland's gravestone indicates that he died in the Spring of 1864 at age 103. However, that would have him as being born in 1761. The Nashville Dispatch reportedly listed his death date as March 22, 1863. This would make his age 103 years, 2 months and 21 days if he was born in 1760. Since March is considered to be Spring and June 21st the beginning of Summer, I would surmise that the March 22nd date is more accurate.

In July 1844, Roland attested to his age on his pension application sworn in Warren County as about 84 years old, so apparently even he wasn't absolutely sure what year he was born. If he was indeed born in 1760, he would have been 84 years old in July 1844. In McMinn County on or about December 15, 1857 he swears to his age as either 97 or 98 years. He would have been 98 on January 1st of the next month so he consistently believed that he was born in 1760. Since January 1st is New Years Day and he would have celebrated his birthday on this date, I believe it to be an accurate birth record. However, Allen Ware's testimony in 1882 as to his death on June 15, 1864 and the article in the Nashville Dispatch as it being on March 22, 1863, kinda makes his death date rather uncertain. (The original handwritten document actually looks like Allen said that he died on June 5, 1864.) Keep in mind that Allen's testimony was eighteen years later and that he was 82 at the time. The only documentation of deaths at that time was family documentation and if there wasn't a bible entry, then the date was passed down through oral history and that tends to get rather distorted from one person to the other. So lets suffice to say that he was either born in 1760 or 1761 and that he either died in March of 1863 or June of 1864.

From a letter signed by Winfield Scott dated March 10, 1926 military: He served 12 months as a guard to guard the legislator of North Carolina "to keep off the Tories and British." He said he entered active service in Northhampton, N.C. being drafted for 3 months, then marched on to Halifax in NC (not VA) and from there volunteered in the horse company of Calvary, then called the light horse company. He then was in Montgomery Co., N.C. and went to Drowning Creek. Residence: His pension papers indicate he lived in Warren Co., TN before McMinn Co. and there are Warren Co. records accompanying. [2, 3]
28 Jan 2009:

Re: Allen Ware and Ruth Dodson

Posted By: B. Whitlock (dialup-12-107-246-93.dtccom.net)
Date: Friday, 23 January 2009, at 10:59 p.m.

In Response To: Allen Ware and Ruth Dodson (Cleo Holden)

I don't know the details of your desired DAR memebership, etc., but Roland/Roland Ware was a pensioned Revolutionary War veteran. In his file it states that Allen Ware was the son of Rowland, and that Allen lived in McMinn Co TN at Riceville about 7 miles from Athens.
During the American Revolution, there were three kinds of citizens in the colonies....Patriots who supported the Independence movement...Tories, or Loyalists to the King of England who saw the Patriots as traitors....and those who could care less either way. Roland WARE, the fifth great grandfather of Anthony Martini, on his mother's side, was an American Patriot.

Born in Brunswick County, Virginia in 1760, Roland WARE was a teenager when the action started in 1775, and by that time he had moved across the colonial line to Northampton County, North Carolina. At age 19, Roland enlisted for three months as part of the militia used to augment the Continental Army, and began the first of two tours he would serve fighting the British troops and Tory Loyalists. The North Carolina militia soldiers were local citizens who were called out on an "as needed" basis, and these "Minutemen" were to defend the homeland when the Regular Army wasn't available. Under Major James Crump, Captain Buckner Kimbrell, and Lt. Harris, Roland WARE was a horse soldier, part of the Light Horse Cavalry that could travel quickly to any "hot spot" that developed.

In late July and early August, 1780, Capt. Kimbrell's Company of Cavalry traveled south from North Carolina to join General Griffith Rutherford on the Pee Dee River in South Carolina. From there, Roland WARE rode toward Camden, South Carolina and American Gen. Horatio Gates, where one of the most important battles of the American Revolution was about to take place. Roland's Cavalry company was ordered to stay at Cheraw Hill on the Pee Dee River in northeastern South Carolina to hold captured prisoners and wagons of ammunition, which they did by taking them across the river to a Mill. There they remained for several days, until August 16, 1780, when an express rider came from Camden and told them that General Gates had been soundly defeated and was in retreat, suffering about 2,000 casualties. Capt. Kimbrell ordered Roland and the others to stash some of the ammunition in the river, and hide the rest in an old house. Once done, the Cavalry crossed to the north side of the Pee Dee River, taking the prisoners along, and traveled north up the river to Haley's Ferry, Anson County, North Carolina.

After several days of receiving no orders, Capt. Kimbrell dismissed the militia unit, and Roland WARE and the others disbanded for a few days. Most went home, but not for long. A few days later, the Cavalry Company was reformed under Captain Harris, where until November, 1780, they protected the beef cattle used to feed the Continental Army in North Carolina.

Throughout the winter of 1780, the Tory Loyalists continued to harass, murder, and even torture Patriot homes in North Carolina. In at least one instance, Tory raiders used a burning wagon to set fire to a Patriot home with women and children inside. In the Fall of 1781, Roland WARE found himself back in the Cavalry under Major James Crump, this time assigned to protect the North Carolina Legislature from Loyalist actions. Though minor skirmishes kept Roland busy constantly, there were really no major battles between the Tory raiders and the militia....that is, until September 13, 1781. The day before, Tory soldiers under Colonel David Fanning had made a surprise raid on the State Capital in Hillsborough and captured the Governor of North Carolina and thirteen of his Council. Col. Fanning was enroute with his prisoner, Governor Burke, to Wilmington, where the British Army awaited their new captive.

The Patriot militia, with Major Crump leading Roland WARE's company, planned to cut off the Tory force before they could reach the British Army, and chose their ambush near Thomas Lindley's gristmill on Cane Creek in Alamance County. The Patriot's knew the Tory soldiers would probably use this well-known fording place, and positioned themselves on a hill nearby.

When the 300 militia men opened fire on the 600 Loyalist troops, it was a complete surprise to the Tories. Almost immediately, one of the Tory commanders was killed in their first charge up the hill. But, Fanning regrouped his forces and at the end of the battle, with over 100 casualties on each side, the Patriot militia was forced to withdraw. The Loyalists continued on with all of their prisoners to Wilmington, but Roland WARE had been in another adventure that he could tell for many years.

When Roland returned to Montgomery County at the war's end, he married Temperance WHITE, and they moved to Lincoln County, TN, then Warren County, TN, and finally settled near Athens, McMinn Co., Tennessee. Roland WARE drew his pension and lived until June, 1864, when he died at the age of 103.

See notes for Polly Wilks, married Littlebury Cockerham [41] on June 11, 1789 in Lunenburg County, Virginia? [42] Mary Cockerham and Carter White were married on May 16, 1799 in Lunenburg, Virginia. [43] Mary White was named as a daughter in the will of Minor Wilkes of Lunenburg dated March 9, 1799. [44] Minor Wilkes also named daughters married to Winn. [45]

Several researchers have named Daniel and Abigail White as the parents of Temperance. We seek evidence to clarify the identity of the parents of Temperance.

Will Greaves provided a transcription of the Revolutionary War pension application of Roland Ware. [46]

Pension application of Rowland (Roland) Ware S3434 fn80NC
Transcribed by Will Graves 6/14/10
State of Tennessee Warren County: SS
On the first day of July 1844 personally appeared in open court before the Court of Warren County, now sitting, roll of the way her a resident of the County and State aforesaid, aged about eighty-four years who being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath, make the following Declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832.
That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers and served as herein stated viz. Sometime in the year of 1778, he entered the service, in North Hampton North Carolina, being drafted for three months, then marched on to Halifax in the same State and was stationed there for some time -- and after that he volunteered in the Horse Company of Cavalry, then called the light horse company -- and marched under Captain Randles, Major Kimbal and Colonel Harris on to the Narrows on the Adkin River [sic, Yadkin River] Montgomery County North Carolina -- and he further states that that the 2nd tour in the horse Company, he went from Montgomery County in the same State to Drowning Creek some thirty miles, and was under the command of Colonel Childs, and he further declares that at this period he has forgotten many of the officers names under whom he served, but he recollects of doing service in the Horse Company during the revolutionary War from the time he volunteered in said Company until the end of the War in all twelve months, besides the first tour that he was drafted; during which time he had one skirmish with the British and Tories on the East of Pedee River under the command of Major Crump --
He further declares that he has no documentary evidence, and that he knows of no person now living, whose testimony he can procure, who can testify to his service -- He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever pension or annuity, except the present, and declares that his name is not on the pension Roll of the Agency of any State --
Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid –
S/ Redmond McGregor, Clk S/ Rowland Ware, X his mark
[William Thompson, a clergyman, and William McGregor gave the standard supporting affidavit.]
[fn p. 21: on December 17, 1855 in McMinn County, Rowland Ware, Ninety Six, filed for his bounty land entitlement as a soldier in the revolution stating that he served under Captain Buckner Kimbrell.]
[fn p. 17: on December 18, 1857 in McMinn County Tennessee, Rowland Ware, 97 or 98, filed for his bounty land entitlement as a veteran of the revolutionary war. In this document he states that he served in the revolution as a private under Captain Buckner Kimbro and Lieutenant Harris and Major Crump in Montgomery County North Carolina.]
[facts in file: veteran died in McMinn County Tennessee on June 15, 1864 at which time he was living about 7 miles from Athens in McMinn County, Tennessee; he had a wife but she did not survive him (her name is not stated); the veteran's son Allen where lived in McMinn County Tennessee in 1882 and was aged 82 years at that time.]
[Veteran was pensioned at the rate of $33.56 per annum commencing March 4th, 1831 for his service as a private in the revolution.]

A history of McMinnville names Wylie Ware and Ezekeil McGregor as settlers in the fifth district bertween 1800-1810. [47]

DNA evidence: Several descendants of Roland Ware have DNA matches with descendants of Nancy Cochran and Isaiah Pickett and with other Cochran descendants who might be related to Nancy Cochran. Roland and Temperance Ware were adults living in North Carolina at the time that Nancy Cochran was born. Based on dates, Roland and Temperance Ware were plausibly an uncle and aunt of Nancy Cochran. DNA evidence suggests that Roland Ware and Nancy Cochran did not have a common ancestor, since Robert Wolfe has several DNA matches with descendants of other children of Peter Ware and Susannah Randle, but few of them match any Cochran descendants or other Ware descendants, so far. We suspect that Nancy and Temperance had a common ancestor. We show Temperance as an aunt of Nancy, until we learn the relationship between them, in order to simplify access to our notes about Temperance and Roland Ware.

DNA [48] [49] [50] [51] [52] [53] [54] [55] [56] [57] [58] [59] [60] [61] [62] [63] [64] [65] [66] [67] [68] [69] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86] [87] [88] [89] [90] [91] [92] [93] [94] [95] [96]

Several of the descendants above are matches to other descendants of this Ware line and share DNA matches with other Pickett and likely Cochran cousins.

Two descendants of Frederick Strickland (1741-1825) and Elizabeth Mary Gibson (1742-1824) match William R Cochran and Pickett and Ware.
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Footnotes:

[1] Janet and Robert Wolfe, Genealogy Page for Nancy Cochran spouse of Isaiah Pickett, [JRWolfeGenealogy].

[2] 1782 Taxables list for Montgomery County, North Carolina, [FamilySearchImage].

[3] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[4] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[5] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[6] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Deeds, FHL Film 432990, 14-131, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[7] United States Federal Census, 1800, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[8] United States Federal Census, 1820, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[9] United States Federal Census, 1830, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[10] Tennessee, Early Tax List Records, 1783-1895, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[11] United States Federal Census, 1840, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[12] Find A Grave Memorial 30415810, [FindAGrave].

[13] Jeannette Tillotson Acklen, Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts (1933), 155, [GoogleBooks].

[14] US Pensioners, 1818-1872, National Archives Microfilm Publication T718, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[15] American Revolutionary War Rejected Pensions, [AncestryRecord].

[16] United States Federal Census, 1850, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[17] Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1780-2002, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[18] Find A Grave Memorial 30415821, [FindAGrave].

[19] United States Federal Census, 1860, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[20] United States Federal Census, 1860, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[21] Find A Grave Memorial 190775476, [FindAGrave].

[22] Find A Grave Memorial at Ancestry.com, [AncestryRecord].

[23] U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, [AncestryImage].

[24] United States Federal Census, 1870, [AncestryImage], [AncestryRecord].

[25] fold3.com, [URL].

[26] fold3.com, [URL].

[27] Find A Grave Memorial 178345982, [FindAGrave].

[28] Find A Grave Memorial at Ancestry.com, [AncestryRecord].

[29] biosketch provided by Ancestry.com user, [URL].

[30] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[31] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[32] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[33] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[34] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[35] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[36] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[37] Montgomery County, North Carolina, Land Entries, FHL Film 19313, item 1, [FamilySearchImage], [FSCatalog].

[38] Find A Grave Memorial 30068397, [FindAGrave].

[39] Find A Grave Memorial 30069032, [FindAGrave].

[40] Find A Grave Memorial 30068947, [FindAGrave].

[41] Janet and Robert Wolfe, Genealogy Page for Littlebury Cockerham, [JRWolfeGenealogy].

[42] Virginia, U.S., Compiled Marriages, 1660-1800, [AncestryRecord].

[43] Virginia, Compiled Marriages, 1740-1850, [AncestryRecord].

[44] Virginia, U.S., Wills and Probate Records, 1652-1900, [AncestryRecord], [AncestryImage].

[45] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this family.

[46] Revolutionary War Applications, [URL].

[47] Walter Womack, McMinnville at a Milestone, 1810-1960 : a memento of the sesquicentennial year (1933), 123, [FamilySearch].

[48] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (40cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[49] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[50] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[51] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[52] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[53] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[54] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[55] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[56] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (53cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[57] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (59cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[58] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (62cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[59] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (54cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[60] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (21cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[61] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (24cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[62] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (44cm 2seg): Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[63] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (12cm 1seg): Shared Ware, [Link].

[64] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Sarah Jane (13cM 1seg) Shared Ware, [Link].

[65] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Cochran, [Link].

[66] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[67] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[68] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[69] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, Ware, [Link].

[70] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[71] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[72] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, Cochran, [Link].

[73] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[74] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[75] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[76] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[77] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[78] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[79] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[80] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[81] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[82] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, None known, [Link].

[83] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, Ware, [Link].

[84] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[85] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, [Link].

[86] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, [Link].

[87] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, Cochran, Pickett, [Link].

[88] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[89] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[90] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, [Link].

[91] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Pickett, Cochran, Ware, [Link].

[92] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (19cM 1seg): Shared Ware, Possible Pickett, Cockerham, [Link].

[93] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Allen (12cM 1seg): Possible Nancy Cochran, [Link].

[94] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, Shared Ware, [Link].

[95] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert's family suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[96] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert suggests a lineage to this sibling of Robert's ancestor. The lineage is through a descendant shown on our website, [Link].

[97] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert shows a lineage.

[98] The family tree of a person who has a DNA match to Robert shows a lineage.