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An American Family History

Enoch Jobe

 

also spelled Joab

 
 

Enoch Jobe was one of the first settlers of the upper part of Indian Creek and Greasy Clove shortly after the settlement on the Watauga, and long before 1800. Enoch Jobe was also a member of pastor Jonathan Mulkey's Baptist Church established on Greasy Creek in 1823.

Elizabeth Jobe, daughter of Enoch Jobe and granddaughter of Joshua Jobe and Margaret Mackay married Samuel Odell, Jr.

 
 

 

 
 
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