Descendants of William Standefer  
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Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM4 STANDEFER  (JAMES3 STANDIFORD, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 30, 1757 in Blackwater River, Halifax Co, VA, and died June 21, 1826 in Jasper, Marion Co, TN; b. Griffith Cemetery (Cedar Hill).  He married JEMIMA JONES June 24, 1779 in Henry Co, VA, daughter of THOMAS JONES and MARY.  She was born August 15, 1761 in Henry Co, VA, and died September 17, 1838 in Marion Co, TN.


William Standefer was born March 30, 1757 in Henry County, VA. His parents were James and Martha Watkins Standiford.  His grandparents were John and Margaret Skelton Standiford and Samuel and Mary Wright Watkins.  On June 24, 1779 in Henry County, VA, he was married to Jemima Jones who was four years younger than he and was the daughter of Thomas Jones, a Revolutionary War soldier.

William served in the American Revolution with the "Virginia State Militia" and is listed with the "Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution" by Gwathay, as did his brother Luke and probably Israel.  Although he is listed with the Virginia State Militia, he is with a company of the Knox City Regiment, Hamilton District Territory south of Ohio.  This area later became the State of Tennessee.  In 1780 he was appointed an Ensign under Capt. John Rentfro of Captain Hailes Company of the State Militia.  In 1781 he again enlisted under Capt. Rentfro as 2nd Lieutenant and Luke Standefer was a Lieutenant.  

We find William in these counties:

      1779 married in Henry Co., VA
      1779 Circuit Court document – Henry Co., VA
      1779 appointed Ensign, Henry Co, VA
      1779 commissioned to Knox County Justice of the peace, January 11, 1799 - On Tax list
      1785 was administrator of Joseph Jones' will (Henry Co., VA)
      1790: Appointed Lieutenant in the Militia for Hawkins Co. in the Territory of the United States of America County 
               of the River Ohio on November 3, 1790.
      1792: Appointed Lieutenant for Knox Co., TN Militia on June 16, 1792 (when Knox County was formed from a 
               portion of Hawkins County.
      1795:  William served on the Superior Court in Knox Co., TN for the August 1795 session.
      1801-1808 Commissioner of Anderson Co., TN; tax list
      1805 – Tax payer in Anderson Co., TN
      1826 – Died in Marion Co., TN  

Interestingly, Williams Anderson County, TN farm on the East Fork of Popular Creek, was originally in Hawkins County and then when Knox County was formed, it became Knox County.  Later, when Anderson County was formed, it became Anderson County.  It is possible that even though he lived in three counties, he may not have moved.

See Bible of Alfred Standefer for birth and death record.
MARRIAGE:  Bentley; Virginia Marriage Records; p. 278
William came from Knox Co., TN to Anderson Co., TN, along with his brother Israel, as early as
1802.  Other Standefers who arrived in Anderson Co. at that time were: Samuel and James. William was a Commissioner of Anderson Co. from 1802-1808 and his name appears on several deeds.  He later moved on to Sequatchie Valley along with Amos Griffith who married William’s daughter, Mary “Polly” Standefer.  Amos and Mary are said to have given birth to the first white male child born in the valley settlement: William Standifer Griffith.

(See TN Quarterlies).

Douthat, James L.; Sequatchie Families; p. 97:  Mr. Douthat states that when Isaac and William entered the Valley in 1805, they came via the Walton Road through Kingston and then came into the valley.  However, it must have been after 1808 because he was still a commissioner in Anderson County in 1808.

 William died in Marion Co., TN in 1826 and you can view his Will here.

See TN Wills and Deed of gift of 1825


See Bible of Alfred Standefer for Jemima's birth and death record.

Jemima's parents were Thomas and Mary Jones. 
From: "Prominent Jones Families of Anderson and Roane Countys, TN: Thomas Jones lived at Pigg River, Pittsylvania Co., Va and at Poplar Creek Anderson Co., TN, East Fork.  He served in the Revolutionary War.  His wife's name was Mary."

Thomas and Mary Jones had four daughters who went to Tennessee with their husbands, two Peaks, one Standefer and one Griffith.  Jemima's sisters: Susanna Jones, married Amos Griffith; Mary Jones married Jacob Peak; Lydia Jones married Abel Peak; Fanny married William Rippetoe.

William received a land grant of 300 acres on Poplar Creek February 16, 1796 in Knox Co., TN and sold the property to Jacob Peak on March 13, 1797


              i.   FRANCES "FANNY"5 STANDEFER, b. July 29, 1781, Henry Co, VA; m. LUKE HENDRIX, January 12, 1801, Knox Co, TN.

BIRTH recorded in Alfred Standefer's bible
MARRIAGE: Sistler; Early East Tennessee Marriages; Vol. 2; Brides; p. 346


From Sequatchie Families by James L. Douthat, p. 36:

"The Hendrix family came into Sequatchie Valley early in the nineteenth century.  On the Marion County records several different men were in the valley prior to 1820.  In the early deed records, Luke Hendrix purchased a number of tracts of land in the Third District on the Little Sequatchie and Sequatchie Rivers in the Spring of 1820.  He received a 250 acre tract from the Tennessee Grant 5840; 140 acres adjacent to this from Thomas N. Clark; 125 acres on the Little Sequatchie River that was adjacent to the above; 119 acres adjacent to the above; and 150 acres on Battle Creek in the Third District adjacent to George Lowery's reservation.  Luke began to sell off some of these lands by 1822.  We note that Luke Hendrix, age 80, and born in NC was living with Jessee J. Griffith, probably a son-in-law in 1850.

Another Hendrix was Squire Hendrix who was the assignee of Ezekiel England for 160 acres of land in the Third District on the Sequatchie River.  Squire purchased this land in March 1820.  Then there was Micajah Hendrix who received three tracts of land in the Third District, one for 67 acres on the Sequatchie River March 6, 1820 and the other for 100 acres on the Little Sequatchie River on March 16, 1820.  Then in 1826, he purchased a lot in Jasper known as lot #10.

The above mentioned Squire Hendrix was born in eastern Tennessee and settled in Marion County sometime prior to 1820.  He left the valley prior to 1850 and traveled to Missouri where he died.  His son Gabriel remained in the Valley and married Mary Hicks, a native of VA.

Mary Hicks was a descendant of the Borden family of the Shenandoah Valley fame.  Her ancestor was Benjamin Borden, who according to family tradition sent the King of England a pair of bull buffaloes.  The King in return granted to Benjamin Borden, a two mile tract of land that became known as Borden's Grant and is located in the present Rockbridge County, VA.

Gabriel and Mary Hicks had at least eight children: Malvina born in 1828; Delila born in 1830; James; Elijzh; Harvey born in 1837; Mary; and Lemuel born in 1844.  Gabriel Hendrix, born on February 16, 1837 in what is now the Sixth District of Sequatchie County, but formerly Marion, married on January 21, 1858 in Sequatchie Court to Mary Ann Pickett.

              ii.   MARTHA "PATSY" STANDEFER, b. January 19, 1783, Henry Co, VA; d. June 15, 1848, TN; m. JAMES ISRAEL STANDEFER, February 02, 1801, Knox Co, TN; b. September 10, 1779, Henry Co, VA; d. August 20, 1837, Kingston, Roane County, TN; b. Baptist Cemetery.


BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible
MARRIAGE: Sistler; Early East Tennessee Marriages; Vol 2; Brides; p. 346

Martha and James were first cousins.  James Israel was the son of Israel and Susannah Heard, William’s brother and sister-in-law.  Prior to the discovery of an old letter dated 1850, James Israel Standefer was thought to be the son of William.

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BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible
Jesse H. Standefer administered his estate in April 1842 in Bledsoe Co, TN.
MARRIAGE: Sistler; Early East Tennessee Marriages; Vol. 1; Grooms; p. 346.
MILITARY SERV: War of 1812.  McCorren and Burns; Soldiers of the War of 1812
Buried in TN; Society of US Daughters of 1812; p. 186

James Israel served as the TN state senator from the District of Anderson, Bledsoe, Roane and Rhea counties from 1815-1821.

See TN Quarterlies.

 Read James Israel Standifer's Biography and view photo

             iii.   JAMES STANDIFER, b. September 10, 1784, VA; d. 1843, b. Panola Co., TX; m. NANCY ROGERS, 1816, Tennessee; b. 1797, Knoxville, TN; d. 1846, b. Panola Co., TX.

Adeline Standifer Sherrod's letter identifies this James Standifer.

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James was born in VA; went to TN in 1802; from there to AL and in 1829 arrived in TX where he died in 1853.  He is buried near the Sabine River in Panola Couny, TX

Buried in Panola Co., TX near the Sabine River with husband.

Marriage date from application to the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.

             iv.   LUKE STANDIFER, b. May 23, 1786, Henry Co, VA; d. Bef. 1860, Lane Co, OR; m. JEMIMA BUTCHER, January 15, 1815, Marion Co, TN; b. 1797, VA; d. February 01, 1879, Lane Co, OR.

BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible
MARRIAGE: Standefer, Harry; Standefer, Standifer, Standiford; A Family
History and Genealogy; p. 123
Luke was on the 1830 CENSUS of Crawford Co, AR  He owned land in Madison County, AR in 1836.
CENSUS: 1840 Washington Co, AR, p. 257
CENSUS: 1850 West York Township, Washington Co, AR, p. 376
DEATH: 1860 Lane Co, OR; # 842; Jemima listed as widow.  Jemima is listed on the 1880 Walla Walla, WA Census at age 72, living with her son Samuel, age 52

Goodspeed: Arkansas, History of Madison County; p. 431.  1840 - Luke Standifer, southeast, Section 14.  He arrived in Oregon on 1 Nov 1851.

From: Standefer, Harry; Standefer, Standifer, Standiford; a Family   History and Genealogy
"Luke went with his parents, William and Jemima Jones Standefer, from Henry Co,
VA to Knoxville, TN in 1805. Luke farmed in Marion County until 1830 at which time he took his family to Arkansas.  Arkansas as a part of the Louisiana Purchase (1803) had become a territory and low priced land was available.  Luke decided to join some cousins who had gone to northwest Arkansas in 1828.  He outfitted an ox-wagon and headed for Arkansas with his wife and four children.

Luke must have fared well in Arkansas.  His cousins Abraham and Jesse had established a race track in Washington County, Arkansas and were breeding and training fast horses.  We have no record of Luke joining that venture.

By 1851 Luke and Jemima had become the parents of two more children.  Two of the girls, Sarah and Mary had married David and James Harer.  Though Luke was now 65 years of age he decided to join with a wagon train and migrate to the Oregon Territory.  From all accounts this was an uneventful trip and Luke settled in Lane County, Oregon.

The next year (1852) another wagon train left Arkansas for Oregon and Luke's two married daughters who had remained in Arkansas joined that party to join their parents in Oregon.  This proved to be a disastrous trip as so vividly described in the following letter sent back to Arkansas.

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MARRIAGE: Standefer, Harry; Standefer, Standifer, Standiford; a Family
History and Genealogy; p. 123
DEATH: Signed a document in Lane County, OR on 27 Nov 1863 stating Luke was

Death date from obit: Union News, Walla Walla, WA: She was born 1797 in VA and died 1 Feb 1879 at age 82 years, 3 months, 21days.

From a contributor, Martha Glasscock: "The identification of Jemima Butcher's parents seems to be one of the great family mysteries.  The only information I have came from a distant cousin, now deceased. It states: 'Jemima Butcher's mother died when Jemima was born.  Jemima's uncle and aunt, childless, took her to raise.  When Jemima was four, her father sent word that he had remarried and was coming to Virginia for his child.  Uncle and Aunt packed up and moved to Tennessee.  Jemima married Luke Standifer on Jan. 15, 1815 in Tennessee.'"

"The cousin who wrote this was Lois Cain.  Her aunt Eva Waterman married John Harer, son of David and Sarah Standifer Harer."

             v.    WILLIAM H/J STANDERFER, b. May 29, 1788, Franklin Co, VA; d. Aft. 1860; m. (1) MARY "POLLY" GILBERT, Abt. 1809; b. 1790, KY. (2) MARY; b. 1807, KY; m.

BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible
The 1850 Hancock Co., TN shows that Wm. was born in NC.  The 1860 Hancock Co., TN states he was born in VA.
DEATH: after 1860; possibly in Hancock County.

William is not listed in his father’s Will as are the other children but may have been given his inheritance before the death of his father.

The following is taken from of He Stands Ever by Ruby Ledbetter.
“I believe Samuel settled in Lee County, VA along with William.  They are seen living on adjoining farms in 1820 and 1830 in Lee County, VA.   The others seemed to migrate to Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, and Oregon.

William  is shown in Lee County in 1830 and 40 -- and he was a property owner.  He was married in 1809 (ca) to Mary Gilbert, third child of Joseph Hirman and Nancy Anne Cheek Gilbert. There is an interesting note about Mary Gilbert Standerfer, besides her being the grandmother of our John Newton Standerfer.  Her father willed her "1 mare" at his death in 1804.  In 1809 she was taxed for 1 mare, though she was not the head of a household.  Her mother Nancy, was a widow and had been taxed for 4 horses between 1806 and 1808.  In 1809 Nancy was taxed for 3 horses and Mary for 1.  William Standerfer had no horses in 1809 and 1810 he was taxed for 1 horse.  He and Mary were married in 1809 and he is shown as owning the horse.  At least they still had it!

Apparently William and Mary came onto hard times -- or William did after Mary's death, re: the binding out of their children, which, I am told, was not at all unusual in that era.  It was done many times in order for someone else to teach girls the "art of keeping house", i.e., quilting, preserving, canning, sewing, spinning, weaving, cooking, cleaning, etc., and for the boys either a trade and/or farming.  However, this court order says, "A Court Order 27 Sept 1814 for binding out of the poor: Sally Standerfer to Isaac Paulk; Joseph Standerfer (John Newton's father) to Thomas Benton; John Standerfer to Nancy Gilbert.  Also bind out Mary Standerfer to a person not yet named."  I have doubts that this John was William and Mary's child since Nancy did not call him her grandson.  Also, in 1826, at the time of her will, she referred to him as "John Standiford, who was bound to me until he was 21."  This would imply he was of age before her death in 1826 and if he were Mary's child, he could not possibly be more than 14-16 years old.  Mary was either the same child as Nancy or Rosanna shown below in their genealogy, or one of them died young.  After the death of his wife Mary (Gilbert), William married a Mary Anne ____ (ca 1829) and they had 6 children.  They are shown on the 1850 census living in Hancock County, Tennessee, and they are still there in 1860 with William being 72 years old and Mary Anne 53. The 1850 census shows William born in North Carolina an the 1860 census states he was born in Tennessee.  Mary died quite young, according to her mother’s, Nancy Gilbert's will which was dated 1826. William and Mary Gilbert Standerfer were members of the Mulberry Gap Baptist Church, as were William and his second wife, Mary Ann.

William was referred to as William Standerford in the will of Nancy Gilbert (mother of Mary Gilbert) of January, 1826.  She listed all of her grandchildren.

See Joseph Gilbert's Will.

See Nancy Gilbert's Will.

William and Mary Gilbert Standerfer were members of the Mulberry Gap Baptist Church and so was his second wife, Mary Anne.  William was in Lee Co., VA prior to 1811.  He had land tradings in 1811,  1820, 1823, 1831, 1837, 1845.  This William and brother Samuel were living on adjoining farms in 1820 and 1830 in Lee Co., VA.

Second Wife: Mary Ann (Unknown)

Hancock Co., TN 1850 Census: (33rd Subdivision) 15 Nov 1850
35/35: William Standafer, age 62, M, Farmer, $1,000, b. NC (cannot read/write)
Mary, age 43, F, b. KY (cannot read/write)
John, age 20 M, b. VA
Sousin, age 17, F, b. VA
Loucinda, age 14, F, b. VA(attends school)
Louiza, age 12, F, b.VA (attends school)
Samuel, age 10, M, b. VA(attends school)
Jobe, age 8, M, b. VA
Reubin, age 3, m, VA

Hancock Co., TN 1860 Census: Household 126
Stanifer Wm 72 M Farming 400 325 VA  
Polly 53 F KY 
Samuel 18 M Farming VA 
Joab 16 M Farming VA
Reuben 12 M VA

Also see VA Quarterlies - Lee County

             vi.   MARY E. "POLLY" STANDEFER, b. May 17, 1790, Blackwater Creek, Franklin Co, VA; d. June 25, 1864, Marion County, TN; m. AMOS GRIFFITH, August 11, 1805, Anderson Co., TN.


BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible
She was nicknamed Polly.  Polly is buried in the Griffith Cemetery in Marion Co., TN.

            vii.   NAOMI STANDEFER, b. February 10, 1794, Franklin Co, VA; d. October 09, 1843, Milam Co, TX; m. ISRAEL M. STANDEFER, JR., January 12, 1815, Knox Co, TN; b. November 08, 1781, Henry Co, VA; d. October 28, 1852, Burleson Co, TX.

Alfred and Israel's Bible Records.

Records of St. Clair Co., AL: Deed of trust to Naoma Standefer from Mary Jones of
Bledsoe County, Tenn, Set 8, 1827, grandmother of Naoma, wife of Israel Standifer, Mary Jones by reason of age, makes over her property to Adam Lewis as Trustee.
Negro slave, Mary and child and a bay mare.

BIRTH-DEATH:  Webb; Handbook of Texas; Vol. II; p. 658

Click here to view Israel M. Standefer's Bible Record.

CENSUS: 1830 TN, Bledsoe Co, p. 290. 1840 Al, Cherokee Co, p. 131. 1850 TX,
Burleson Co, p. 134.
NAME: Middle initial found in Burleson Co, TX Tax Roll, Reel 1, 1846-1888, in

Israel was honored by the State of Texas when his name was engraved in the Granite Facade of the Texas Memorial Museum in Houston, Texas.

Israel M. was the son of Israel and Susan Heard Standefer. He and wife Naomi were first cousins.  He had two illegitimate children, Polly Hasler (born of Evie Hasler), and James Stewart (born of Katherine Stewart) which he legitamized in Tennesse in Legislative Papers and Petitions, Box 10, 1812-1813.  Both mothers were deceased.  He served as the representative of Milam Co, TX  at the Convention of 1845.  His Bible is at the Barker Center, University of Texas, Austin.  Israel came to Texas in 1841 and got a land grant in 1843.

Astride the Old San Antonio Road; A History of Burleson Co, TX (a county book) :He is found on the Burleson Co, Tax Rolls, Reel 1, 1846-1888 from 1846 to 1860.  

           viii.   SKELTON STANDEFER, b. August 03, 1795, Franklin Co, VA; d. March 08, 1825, Marion Co, TN; m. JANE STEWART, 1825; b. 1798; d. 1886.


BIRTH-DEATH: Alfred Standefer's Bible Record
Skelton died before his father's Will was written.

Her maiden name may have been Hendrix.

             ix.   SUSANNAH STANDEFER, b. November 06, 1799, Franklin Co, VA; d. Moniteau Co., MO; m. HENRY JOHN YARNELL; b. January 08, 1797; d. May 12, 1866 Moniteau Co., MO.

BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible Record
Name: In her father's will she is listed as Savannah.

Death Source: Cemeteries of Moniteau Co., MO, Vol. III, compiled by Richard Parker.

Plot: #63 Henry J. Yarnell, Jan. 8, 1797; d. May 12, 1866
In plot #62, there is a tombstone with no inscription. Perhaps, this is Susan's grave.

             x.   ISAAC STANDIFER, b. October 13, 1801, Knox Co, TN; d. November 06, 1855, Milam Co, TX; m. (1) ELIZABETH B. STANDEFER, January 04, 1823, Monroe Co, MS; b. Abt. 1805, VA; d. Bef. 1834, Monroe Co, MS; m. (2) DORCAS JONES, September 24, 1834, Blount Co, AL; b. January 27, 1810, TN; d. March 08, 1897, McLennan Co, TX.

BIRTH-DEATH: Webb; Handbook of Texas, Vol. II; p. 658
MARRIAGE 1: IGI; Mississippi
MARRIAGE 2: IGI; Alabama

 Click for Isaac's Biography  

Isaac migrated to Texas in 1837 and settled in the present Milam County, where he lived for the rest of his life.  On April 4, 1840, Isaac was one of the commissioners appointed by the Texas Legislature to locate a county seat.  On Feb. 6, 1843, he was elected Justice of the Peace and held this office until his election to that of Chief Justice of Milam County in 1846.  On April 7, 1853, he was elected County Commissioner, which office he held until his death on November 6, 1855.  Served with the Texas Rangers under George B. Erath, March 8, 1838 to June 8, 1839.

Isaac Standefer was a lawyer; a graduate of the Knoxville, Tennessee Law School.  On February 6,  
            1843 Isaac was elected Justice of the Peace of Milam County, Precinct No. 1 and commissioned March 
            10, 1843.  He enlisted in the Texas
Rangers March 8, 1838 and served as a private under G. B. Erath 
            until discharged, June 8, 1839.  His name is chiseled into the facade of the Texas University of Texas 
            Museum of History in Austin.

In a letter from P. M. Rice to Jack Standefer in Blakely, GA, he states that Isaac was 6'3" and weighed 200 pounds.  Click here to view letter

Isaac's children from the first marriage were given or purchased the land grant from their father in Hamilton Co, TX on 4 Jan 1853. Coryell Co. Deed Records says land transferred by Isaac is recorded in Bell Co, TX; Book 2, p. 210 and 211.

1850 Milam Co., TX
Standifer, Isaac, age 48, m, Farmer, b. TN
Dorcas, age 40, f, b. TN
Matilda, age 14, f, b. AL
Cynthia, age 12, f, b. TX
Delia, age 9, f, b. TX
William W., age 4, m, b. TX

Parents unknown.
BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible Record
DEATH: McLennan Co, TX Cemetery Records; Vol. V; p. 125; Texas State Library; Austin, 

             xi.   SAMUEL STANDEFER, b. August 07, 1803, Anderson Co, TN.  

                    Notes for SAMUEL STANDEFER:
 BIRTH: Alfred Standefer's Bible Record
 In the letter written from P. M. Rice to Jack Standefer in Blakely, GA in 1932, Mr. Rice states that he 
 believed that it was this Samuel who went to Illinois.  However, there is convincing evidence that the 
 Samuel Standefer of Illinois (Green Co.) was the son of William H. and Susannah Heard Standefer. His 
 lineage is on this site. For that Samuel, see Samuel, b. 1777

            xii.   ALFRED STANDEFER, b. June 18, 1808, Marion Co, TN; d. August 11, 1850, Moniteau Co., MO or Milam Co., TX; m. JANE YARNELL, February 21, 1829, Knox Co, TN; b. December 12, 1806; d. March 09, 1852, Moniteau Co, MO; b. Yarnell cemetery.

BIRTH-DEATH: Bible Record
MARRIAGE: Sistler; Early East Tennessee Marriages; Vol. 1; Grooms; p. 346
CENSUS: 1830 Marion Co, TN; p. 45
Death Location: Moniteau Co., MO per the obituary of Alfred's daughter, Minerva.  However, he is not listed on the 1850 Mortality Index for Moniteau Co.

                   Notes for JANE YARNELL:
                   BIRTH-DEATH: Mid-South Bible Records; Vol. 1; p.239
                   CENSUS: 1850 Moniteau Co, MO; p. 002  

From: Cemeteries of Moniteau County, MO, Vol. III, compiled by Richard Parker.
Jane is buried in the Yarnell cemetery in Moniteau Co., MO.  Her tombstone reads:
"Jane Standefer, b. December 12, 1806; d. March 9, 1852"  

                   1850 Census Moniteau Co., MO
                         Household 14: Jane Standefer, age 43, b. TN
                         Mary Ann, age 20, b. TN
                         China, age 17, b. TN
                         Minervy, age 15, b. TN
                         Fanny, age 12, b. TN
                         Paten, age 10, M, b. TN
                         Rachel, age 4, b. MO
                         Emily, age 2, b. MO

Jane Yarnell was the daughter of Mordecai & Jane (Duncan) Yarnell  m. Alfred Standifer February 22, 1829; bond dated 21 Feb. 1829; Alfred sources: Roscoe & Virginia d’Armand, Knox County, Tennessee Marriages 1792-1900, pub. 1970 by Family Record Society; Family Bible of Alfred Standefer found in D.A.R. Library, Washington D.C.

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