Archibald M. Peery

M, #5047, b. circa 1810
Relationship
2nd great-granduncle of Joseph Wayne Peery
Charts
Descendants of William Peery
     Archibald M. Peery was born circa 1810 at Tennessee.1,2 He was the son of William Peery. He married (?) (?) circa 1830.3 He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1830 in the household of William Peery at Weakley County, Tennessee.2 He purchased 200 acres of land in circa 1832 at Weakley County, Tennessee.4 He appeared on the tax book in 1838 at District 6, Weakley County, Tennessee.5 He sold 100 acres of land to F. K. Peery and the remainder of his land to Laurel B. Stokard on 15 August 1839 at Weakley County, Tennessee.4 He became a widower upon the death of his wife, (?) (?), before 1 June 1840.3 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1840 at Weakley County, Tennessee.3 He married Ann Peery on 5 May 1844 at Weakley County, Tennessee.6,7 He appeared on the tax book with one poll taken in 1844 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book with one poll taken in 1845 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book with one poll taken in 1846 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book with one poll taken in 1848 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book with 200 acres valued at $400, and one poll taken in 1849 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book listed as Geo Peery heirs/Agent: A. M. Peery/196 acres, valued $392 in 1849 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He appeared on the tax book with 2 acres, valued $400 and one poll taken in 1850 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.8 He and his wife Ann Peery appeared on the census of 11 November 1850 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.1 He was employed as a farmer on 11 November 1850 at District 7, Weakley County, Tennessee.1

Children of Archibald M. Peery and (?) (?)

Child of Archibald M. Peery and Ann (?)

Citations

  1. [S1165] 11 Nov 1850, United States Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah County, Utah, Roll: M432_899, Image 430, P472B.
  2. [S307] 1 Jun 1830, United States Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah County, Utah, Roll: 182, Page 323.
  3. [S309] 1 Jun 1840, United States Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah County, Utah, Roll: 530, Page 289.
  4. [S400] Jonathan Baker Claim for Deed; # 577 Weakley County Register of Deeds, Post Office Box 45, Dresden, Weakley County, Tennessee.
  5. [S1338] Tax List, Weakley County Tennessee Tax List.
  6. [S611] Tennessee Marriages, 1780-2002, online http://www.ancestry.com
  7. [S73] Rootsweb, online www.rootsweb.com.
  8. [S1048] Mary Carol's Weakley County Tennessee, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnweakle/
  9. [S73] Rootsweb, online www.rootsweb.com, James H. Thomas was born in Dyer County, April 8, 1833 [For parent's history see sketch of M. F. Thomas.], and was reared on a farm. His education was obtained in the common schools and in Belle Forest Collegiate Institute, which was destroyed during the late war. James H. Was married, on the 23rd of March, 1858, to Martha A. Peery, daughter of Archibald Peery. To them were born six children: Dora A., Mary L., (Mrs. D. C. Coleman), Milus L. , Alice M., Eleanor E. and Sarah I. The mother of this family was born in Weakley County , September 19, 1839, and died at the homestead, surrounded by her family June 30, 1877. Mr. Thomas was an old line Whig, but since the war has affiliated with the Democratic party. He is a Mason, and an elder in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and has served four years as county surveyor, and at the present time is serving in the capacity of deputy. He purchased his farm of seventy three acres in 1867, and devotes it principally to raising cereals.
  10. [S849] Admission Records, U. S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938.