An American Family History


Jacob Slaughter


Jacob Slaughter was born about 1760.

William Slaughter,
Abraham Slaughter (1790),
Isaac Slaughter,
John Slaughter,and
Jacob Slaughter, Jr.

Jacob served as a private in the American Revolution in North Carolina.

The family left Virginia and setted near the forks of the Holston River in what is now Sullivan County, Tennessee.

Jacob was on the 1835 pension roll in Sullivan County, Tennessee.









Page 402 - Joseph Slaughter - 175 ac - treasury warrant #1747 - in the Elk Valley partly on the waters of Hendersons Creek partly on other branches of the north fork of Holstein River - crossing Slaughter's Creek - February 10, 1786




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