The Reeves Family and the Ewing Family Genealogies
(July 15, 1801 — February 29, 1880)
(March 13, 1806 — August 30, 1847)
Trammell Conn was born on July 15, 1801, somewhere in Kentucky. That was the same year outgoing U.S. president appointed John Marshall was appointed as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the House selected Thomas Jefferson as president breaking an electoral college tie between him and Aaron Burr and Kentucky outlawed dueling. (Not that it did much good.)
had seven children, all born in Kentucky: John T. Conn,
William C. Conn,
Trammel G. Conn,
George W. Conn,
Hume E. Conn
1830 census showed him as a resident of Jefferson County.
The household contained:
The 1850 census showed him as a 49-year old farmer and a resident of Jefferson County. He owned property valued at $7,300. His new wife, Jane Conn, a 45-year old female, was then living with him. We do not know her maiden name, when they married or anything else about her. From this census, however, we know she was born in Kentucky in about 1805.
children, John T. Conn, age 22; William C. Conn, age 19; Trammel Conn, age 16;
George Conn, age 12; H.E. Conn, age 10; Nimrod Conn, age 8; Sarah Conn, age 5
all were living with them. All
were born in Kentucky. Trammel, George, W.E. and Nimrod
all were in school within the past year.
1860 census again shows him as a 58-year old farmer and resident of Jefferson County. He had real property valued at
$12,000 and personal property valued at $2,000.
Living with him were William C. Conn, age 29 and Hume E. Conn, age 21.
Living near them was John T. Conn and his family.
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