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Marriage: Children:
  1. James McCuistion: Birth: 23 NOV 1758 in Rowan Co., North Carolina. Death: 27 MAR 1826 in Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee

  2. Jeane McCuistion: Birth: 23 NOV 1759 in Rowan Co., North Carolina. Death: 24 DEC 1779 in Rowan Co., North Carolina

  3. Ann McCuistion: Birth: 25 APR 1761 in Rowan Co., North Carolina. Death: 22 NOV 1779 in Rowan Co., North Carolina

  4. Thomas McCuistion: Birth: 31 OCT 1762 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 14 FEB 1853 in Guilford County, North Carolina

  5. Sarah McCuistion: Birth: 29 JUL 1764 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 30 APR 1765 in Guilford County, North Carolina

  6. Sarah McCuistion: Birth: 17 JAN 1766 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 2 SEP 1821 in Bedford County, Tennessee

  7. Alexander McCuistion: Birth: 19 JAN 1768 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 10 OCT 1790 in Guilford County, North Carolina

  8. Robert Newton McCuistion: Birth: 2 MAY 1770 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 31 AUG 1851 in Franklin, Robertson County, Texas

  9. Benjamin McCuistion: Birth: 8 AUG 1772 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 4 NOV 1842 in Bedford County, Tennessee

  10. John Quincy McCuistion: Birth: 29 JUL 1774 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 10 MAY 1854 in Bedford County, Tennessee

  11. Joseph McCuistion: Birth: 25 JUN 1776 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 1821

  12. Samuel McCuistion: Birth: 18 AUG 1779 in Guilford County, North Carolina. Death: 24 MAY 1849 in Ray County, Missouri


Sources
1. Title:   Letter to George K. McCuistion
Publication:   28 April 1968
2. Title:   McAdams, Ina May Ogletree. A Biographical History
Author:   McAdams, Ina May Ogletree
Publication:   Austin, Texas: McAdams Publishers, Inc 1962

Notes
a. Note:   of the United States. Ann was the 'Dear Old Great Aunt' referred toin Andrew Jackson's writings, who took him and sent him to school inGuilford. His parents lived in the wilderness on the line betweenNorth and South Carolina at the Waxhaw Settlement.
  Hearing that the British were approaching, Andrew Jackson, being olderthan Ann and Thomas McCuistion's children, helped his Aunt carry alittle keg of gold coins down to the creek where they let it sink farout of sight among some fallen trees. It was while they were takenrefuge in the smokehouse that a British officer ordered Andrew, then13, to polish his boots. Andrew refused, and the officer struck himacross the cheek with his sword, leaving a lasting scar. Andrew wrotehome that 'Dear old great-aunt Ann bandages it.
  It is still preserved as of 1937. The land was bought by a Mr. Aikinsand then owned by a Thomas Green in 1925.
Note:   Ann Moody is the great aunt of General Andrew Jackson, 7th president


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