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  1. Timothy Sexton: Birth: 25 DEC 1783 in York county South Carolina. Death: 1850 in Scott County Tennessee

  2. William Sexton: Birth: 1786 in York county South Carolina. Death: 10 SEP 1854 in Scott county Tennessee

  3. Moses Sexton: Birth: 18 MAR 1789 in York county South Carolina. Death: 1 JUN 1850 in Fentress county Tennessee

  4. Aaron Sexton: Birth: 1791 in York county South Carolina. Death: BEF. 1860 in Crawford County, IL

  5. John Sexton: Birth: 1795 in York District, South Carolina. Death: in Newton County, Arkansas

a. Note:   Notes from Scott Zollars, Timothy and Esther's gggg grandson:
  Timothy was a Revolutionary War veteran that served with Washington at Valley Forge.� He enlisted at Morristown, NJ, also known as the 3rd Battalion 5th Company under Capt. Henry Peter Dickerson for 3 years in 1777.� Timothy was discharged in 1781. His wife was Esther Sisel. Her name has also been spelled Cecil and Sessel.� John Gee, a relative of Esther, was a witness at their wedding in the vicinity of the William Hills Iron Foundry or the Furnace on Allison Creek, SC.� He is believed to have gone west in 1838. The Sexton family moved to TN about 1808.� Land being surveyed on the west side of New River on May 18, 1808 is the first record of Timothy in TN.� In the 1790 census he is listed with his wife, Esther, and two children (Timothy and William?) under the age of 16 in the Camden District of York Co., SC. Timothy was blind in his final years. Esther petitioned in 1838 for the remainder of her husband's pension in Morgan Co., Tn.� She was 83.
  Notes from Robert Bailey's book:
  He enlisted in the army during the Revolutionary War in Morristown, New Jersey in 1777. In 1781, he was discharged at Baltimore, Maryland. He fought in battles at Brunswick Amboy Wertfield, Staten Island and Long Island, New York. He married 18 Aug 1782 in York District, South Carolina, Esther SISEL (b. ca 1755-d. 23 Jan 1850 in Scott County, TN). After his marriage to Esther, he fought against the Catawba Indians and Tories. Timothy and Esther SEXTON were living in York District, South Carolina, in 1790 as they are listed on the 1790 Census. By 1800, they had left South Carolina and moved to Georgia, living in Wilkes County and Elbert County, Georgia. They then removed to Knox County, Tennessee. One of the first records of their appearance in Tennessee occurs in 1808. On 18 May 1808, Timothy SEXTON, Sr., surveyed land on the west side of New River opposite to the mouth of Buffalo in Campbell County, Tennessee. He also surveyed 108 acres of land on New River which included "the improvement on which he now lives" on 10 Dec 1809. Timothy and Esther continued to live in Campbell County, Tennessee until about 1819 when he removed to Brimstone Creek in Morgan County, Tennessee (now a part of Scott County, Tennessee). Timothy, Sr., died on 18 Jun 1832 in Morgan (now Scott) County, Tennessee and is probably buried in the Rob Sexton Cemetery near Round Mountain on Brimstone. Both Timothy and Esther received a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War.
  Timothy SextonPension: W196 Died: June 18, 1832 Wife: Esther Married: Aug 18, 1780, York District, SC Military: New Jersey Cont'l Line Applied: Oct 26, 1818, Campbell County Applied: June 1838, Morgan County (Widow's Pension) Ref: WH3, p. 3075; RD, p. 46; PR, p. 19.
  Sexton, Timothy, Esther N.J. Line, W196 sol Applied 1st 26 October 1818 Campbell Co Tn aged 63, On 21 April 1825 sol had moved to Morgan Co Tn at which time he gave his age as 75?, sol enlisted at Morristown N.J. & sol reffered to his son Timothy Sexton & his sons (sol's Grandsons) Robert & Robbin Sexton, wid applied in June 1832 wid reffered to her youngest son John Sexton, sol had m Esther(---) 18 August 1780 in York Dist. S.C.
  In the index to these books I found Timothy listed in this way
  Sexton, Timothy Pension Statement 3075 (7) Timothy Sexton or as Timothy Saxan served as Sgt in 3rd N.J. Regiment
  Also in reviewing these many pension abstracts I found a number of other Sextons which I will forward in another mailing however one that I found interesting was as follows
  War of 1812 Pensioners Vol3 page 1564 Sexton, William m Rody served Capt Tunnells Co Tn Mil. WO-9281
  I found this interesting as I know that is also the Co that Moses served in but had not been aware of William's War of 1812 service.
  Dan Usherwood
  1790 Census listing for Timothy Sexton Name: Sexton, Timothy Census: p.28 1790 Census for York Co., SC Free White Males under 16: 2 Free White Males over 16: 1 Free White Females: 1 Other Free Persons: 0 Slaves: 0
  TIMOTHY SEXTON CAMPBELL COUNTY PRIVATE NEW JERSEY CONT'L LINE $96.00 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $741.60 AMOUNT RECEIVED JANUARY 14, 1819 PENSION STARTED AGE 79 DROPPED MAY 1, 1820 RESTORED APRIL 22, 1825 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.