An American Family History


Finley Alison




Finley Alison

In 1778 Finley came to Tennessee with a group Joseph Rhea's followers who came from Piney Creek Presbyterian Church in Frederick County, Maryland.

Finley lived on the North side of the Watauga river near his brother John.

February 28, 1780 Finley Alison 2447 and 2448

Finley Alison was on the 1812 tax list in Sullivan County, Tennessee.








 C-496: 29 May 1820, Finley Alison of Sullivan Co. TN to Benjamin Dunkin of Carter Co., $300, bill of sale for slave. Wit. Thos. Cawood, Robert Stuart, Elijah Hathaway, Frances A. McCorkle. (FHL film 847,622)


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