Fourth Generation


43. Samuel McCuistion was born on 18 August 1779 in Guilford County, North Carolina.8,13,15,126 He owned 400 acres of land on 27 April 1795 in Tennessee.127 Samuel purchased this land from his brother, James. He immigrated circa 1805 or 1806 to Tennessee.127 The original genealogy states all the children were born in Bedford County, Tennessee; Samuel and Sarah must have migrated to Tennessee in 1805 or 1806. Samuel immigrated in 1830 to Ray County, Missouri.97 Samuel sold his 400 acre plantation and went with the others who migrated to Ray County, Missouri. He died on 24 May 1849 at the age of 69 in Ray County, Missouri.13,15 He was buried in Millville Community Cemetery, Ray County, Missouri.128 Samuel has reference number (106-370).

Samuel McCuistion and Sarah Cummings were married on 11 July 1805 in Guilford County, North Carolina.13 Sarah Cummings, daughter of Cummings, was born on 1 October 1782 in Guilford County, North Carolina.13 She appeared in the census in 1850 in Ray County, Missouri.129 Sarah is listed with Jane and Milton McCuistion. She died on 21 September 1853 at the age of 70 in Ray County, Missouri.13

Samuel McCuistion-169 and Sarah Cummings-174 had the following children:

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Jane McCuistion-4202.

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Thomas McCuistion was born on 1 April 1808 in Bedford County, Tennessee.130 He died on 11 December 1829 at the age of 21 in Bedford County, Tennessee.48 He supposedly died from the effects of lifting a cannon while trying to show his strength. He was buried in McCuistion Cemetery, Shelbyville, Bedford County, Tennessee.48 Thomas has reference number (106ii-370).

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Elizabeth McCuistion-4204.

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John Cummings McCuistion-4205.

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Milton McCuistion was born on 21 June 1814 in Bedford County, Tennessee. In 1842 he was a Storekeeper in Millville, Missouri.127 Milton opened this store (originally called Bucksnort) with his brother, Samuel Lafayette. It was the first store in Millville, Missouri. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Ray County, Missouri.129 In 1850 Milton was a Farmer in Ray County, Missouri. He died in Texas. He has reference number (106v-370).

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Newton McCuistion-4207.

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Mary McCuistion-4208.

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George Washington McCuistion-4209.

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Sarah Amanda McCuistion-4210.

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Samuel Lafayette McCuistion-4211.