Name: James William Cannon
Birth: 11 DEC 1762 in District Ninety-Six, Newberry Co., South Carolina, USA
Death: 30 APR 1842 in Ellsberry, Lincoln Co., Missouri, USA
Burial: 1842 Elsberry Cem, Lincoln Co., MO
Note See Notes
Census: 1830 Lincoln Co., MO pg. 13
1830 Census Lincoln Co., MO pg 13
1 male 20-30
2 females <= 5
1 female 20-30
next door is James Cannon
1 male 60-70
1 female <= 5
1 female 5-10
1 female 15-20
1 female 60-70
Name: James William Cann
Given Name: James Willi
Birth: 11 Dec 1762 in Newberry County, South Carol ina
Death: 30 Apr 1842 in Elsberry, Lincoln County, Mi ssouri
Note: James Cannon was a Private in the Revolution ary Army from South Carolina in General Picken's Company under Colonel Cas ey. He is in the DAR patriot index, and in the archives with a Pension. Mo ved to Missouri with his daughter, Nancy, and son-in-law, Jacob Stinebaug h, Jr. in 1817.
Father: Samuel Cannon b: 1740/1750 in Newberry Coun ty, South Carolina
Mother: Lydia Pennington b: ABT 1735
Marriage 1 Rachel Stark b: 1768 in Newberry Count y, South Carolina
Married: ABT 1785 in Newberry County, South Ca rolina
Family Group Sheet for
James Cannon and Rachel Stark
Husband: James Cannon
Born: Dec. 11, 1762 in: Newberry, South Carolina
Died: April 30, 1842 in: Lincoln Co., MO
Father: Samuel Cannon Mother: Lydia Pennington or D avis
Wife: Rachel Stark
Born: est. 1768 in:
Died: est. 1831 in:
Name: Samuel Cannon
Born: Oct. 2, 1786 in: South Carolina
Married: July 28, 1810 in: Christian Co., MO
Died: Dec. 8, 1857 in: Lincoln co, MO
Spouse: Temperance Stewart, Hannah Allen
Name: John Cannon
Born: March 16, 1790 in: Lincoln co, Missouri
Married: January 27, 1813 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: June 13, 1871 in:
Spouse: Jane Knox
Name: Lydia Cannon
Born: November 4, 1791 in: Robertson Co., TN
Married: May 21, 1806 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: September 12, 1869 in:
Spouse: John Collard, Isaac Thurman, J. Sinclair
Name: Isaac Cannon
Born: November 4, 1793 in: Robertson Co., KY
Married: February 6, 1817 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: May 3, 1862 in:
Spouse: Mary Collard
Name: William Cannon
Born: September 12, 1795 in: Robertson Co., TN
Married: March 15, 1814 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: March 7, 1861 in: Nebo, Pike Co., IL
Spouse: Nancy Byars
Name: Elizabeth Cannon
Born: Est. 1798 in:
Married: November 8, 1812 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: est. 1839 in: Randolph Co., MO
Spouse: Jehugh Pyle
Name: Nancy Cannon
Born: April 29, 1800 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: November 12, 1816 in: Christian Co., KY
Died: September 15, 1875 in: Collins Co., TX
Spouse: Jacob Stinebaugh
Name: Ephraim Cannon
Born: December 16, 1801 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: November 20, 1825 in: Lincoln Co., MO
Died: April 11, 1867 in:
Spouse: Dorothy Hunter
Name: Mary Cannon
Born: February 28, 1803 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: est. 1822 in: Missouri
Died: est. 1826 in: Missouri
Spouse: Thomas McCoy
Name: Rachel Cannon
Born: December 4, 1804 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: est. 1821 in: Missouri
Died: July 4, 1876 in:
Spouse: John Rollins Trail
Name: Keziah Cannon
Born: est. 1806 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: July 28, 1826 in: Lincoln Co., Missouri
Died: est 1828 in: Missouri
Spouse: Eli Hubbard
Name: Rebecca Cannon
Born: est 1808 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: June 28, 1827 in: Lincoln Co., MO
Died: May 9, 1837 in:
Spouse: Joseph Barnett
Name: Margaret Cannon
Born: April 19, 1811 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: December 20, 1829 in: Lincoln Co, Missouri
Died: December 07, 1879 in: Hubbard, Marion Co, Oreg on
Spouse: Charles Hubbard, Jr.
Name: Jane Cannon
Born: April 17, 1815 in: Christian Co., KY
Married: February 25, 1834 in: Missouri
Died: January 21, 1860 in:
Spouse: Nicholas Thomas Dameron
James Cannon was born in Newberry Co., SC. At the age of 15 or 16 he enlis ted in the patriot army and fought for Independence.
According to his pension application James served in the company of Capt M athew Gillespie at Edgels Station and served at
Dugan's Station. He was with Capt. WM. Grady scouting and joined Col. Le vi Casey in the hunt for "Bloody" Cunningham in the
lower part of SC. His first experience in the west was with Capt John Virg in rafting the Tennessee River during the war. He
spent two years with Capt. Thomas Stark. He undoubtedly met Rachel duri ng this time. Rachel was probably a niece of Capt.
Upon completion of the war he married Rachel Stark, returning to Tenness ee to settle in Robertson County about 1789. He would
have been among the first settlers in this area. The trip was undoubted ly arduous for James, Rachel and their oldest son, Samuel,
who would have been an infant or toddler at the time. There are 2 land ent ries in Robertson co., TN for James Cannon. #4479
"Transferred to James ______ 2/1797. James Cannon transferred to Robert Mu ir, 1797" and #4519 "274 acres Assigned to James
Cannon in 1797 and Cannon transfered it to James Easton in 1797, with Jam es Thompson a witness". (from Tennessee
Genealogical Records, pg. 12) James and his growing family moved to Christ ian Co., KY around 1797. Many of his children were
born and several were married in Christian Co., KY.
James and most or all of his children moved to Lincoln Co., MO in 1818. Th ere he applied for a Revolutionary War Pension in
1.THE CANNON BOOK, by Clarence Cannon.
2.Pension Record , Bureau of Pensions, Washington, D.C., Vol. I, Page 6 2, File No. 16, 684
3.The Last Will Testament of James Cannon , Lincoln Co., Missouri proba te office, Book I, page 113.
Name: James William CANNON
Birth: 11 Dec 1762 Newberry County, South Carolina
Immigration: abt 1816 migrated to Lincoln County, Missouri
Death: 30 Apr 1842 Lincoln County, Missouri
Military Service: soldier in Revolutionary War
Father: Samuel CANNON (~1725-1791)
Mother: Lydia PENNINGTON (~1740-)
Marriage: abt 1785 Newberry County, South Carolina
Spouse: Rachel STARK
Birth: 1768 Newberry County, South Carolina
Death: 1831 Lincoln County, Missouri
Father: Thomas STARK (1721-1802)
Mother: Rachel (~1725->1802)
1 M: Samuel CANNON
Birth: 20 Oct 1786 South Carolina
Death: 8 Dec 1857 Elsberry, Lincoln, Missouri
Immigration: 1817 migrated to Missouri.
Residence: 1851 settled north of Elsberry, Lincoln County, Mis souri.
Spouse: Temperance STEWART
Marriage: 28 Jul 1810 Christian County, Kentucky
2 M: John CANNON <======My Line
Birth: 16 Mar 1790 Robertson, Tennessee
Residence: 1818 came to Missouri.
Death: 13 Jun 1871 Lincoln County, Missouri
Spouse: Jane "Jenny" KNOX
Marriage: 27 Jan 1813 Christian County, Kentucky
3 F: Lydia CANNON
Birth: 17 Nov 1791 Robertson County, Tennessee
Death: 12 Sep 1869 Pleasant Hill, Pike County, Illinois
Spouse: John Newton COLLARD
Marriage: 21 May 1806 Christian County, Kentucky
Spouse: Isaac THURMON
4 M: Isaac Newton CANNON
Birth: 4 Nov 1793 Robertson County, Tennessee
Death: 3 May 1862 Hawk Point, Lincoln, Missouri
Immigration: Migrated to Lincoln County, MO and settl ed on a branch of the Cuiver river.
Occupation: He was Justice of the Peace.
Spouse: Mary COLLARD
Marriage: 6 Feb 1817 Christian County, Kentucky
5 M: William CANNON
Birth: 12 Sep 1795 Robertson County, Tennessee
Immigration: abt 1816 migrated, with the Cannon Caravan, to Li ncoln County, MO.
Death: 7 Mar 1861 Nebo, Pike, Illinois
Spouse: Nancy BYERS
Marriage: 15 Mar 1814 Christian County, Kentucky
6 F: Elizabeth CANNON
Birth: 26 Sep 1797 Christian County, Kentucky
Burial: Sugar Creek Cemetery, Randolph County, MO.
Spouse: Jehugh PYLE
Marriage: 8 Nov 1812 Christian County, Kentucky
7 F: Nancy CANNON
Birth: 29 Apr 1800 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 15 Sep 1875 Nevada, Collin, Texas
Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery (also known as the Abston Bel ew Cemetery) in Lavon, Collin County, Texas.
Spouse: Jacob STINEBAUGH
Marriage: 12 Nov 1816 Christian County, Kentucky
8 M: Ephraim CANNON
Birth: 16 Dec 1801 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 11 Apr 1867 Of Pittsfield, Pike, Illinois
Burial: Goodin Cemetery, Pike, Illinois
Spouse: Dorothy HUNTER
Marriage: 12 Nov 1825 Lincoln County, Missouri
9 F: Mary CANNON
Birth: 28 Feb 1803 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: abt 1826 Lincoln County, Missouri
Alias/AKA: aka Polly
Spouse: Thomas McCOY
Marriage: abt 1822 Lincoln County, Missouri
10 F: Rachel CANNON
Birth: 4 Dec 1804 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 4 Jul 1876 Lincoln County, Missouri
Burial: New Hope, Lincoln, Missouri
Spouse: John Rollins TRAIL
Marriage: abt 1821 Lincoln County, Missouri
11 F: Keziah CANNON
Birth: abt 1806 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: abt 1828 Lincoln County, Missouri
Spouse: Elijah HUBBARD
Marriage: 23 Jul 1826 Lincoln County, Missouri
12 F: Rebecca CANNON
Birth: 1808 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 9 May 1837 Pleasant Hill, Pike, Illinois
Spouse: Joseph BARNETT
Marriage: 28 Jun 1827 Lincoln County, Missouri
13 F: Margarette CANNON
Birth: 19 Apr 1811 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 1 Dec 1879 Marion County, Oregon
Spouse: Charles HUBBARD Jr
Marriage: 20 Dec 1829 Lincoln County, Missouri
14 F: Jane CANNON
Birth: 17 Apr 1815 Christian County, Kentucky
Death: 21 Jan 1860 New Hope, Lincoln County, Missouri
Spouse: Nicholas Thomas DAMERON
Marriage: 25 Feb 1834 Lincoln County, Missouri
Notes for James William CANNON
The Cannon family appear to have moved in masses from Newberry, SC> Robert son, TN> New Hope, Lincoln, MO and Pike
Taken from: McDonnell and Allied Families p.26:
James Cannon (1762-1842) enlisted as a private in 1778 and served for
seven years in Captain Matthew Gillespie's Company, Colonel Lewis
Casey's Regiment of South Carolina Troops. He married in 1785,
Rachael Stark (1770-1831) and moved to Robinson County, Tenn., and
later to Christian County, Ky., near Hopkinsville. In 1797 he moved
to a farm on Bryant's Creek, North of New Hope, Missouri, where he
died in 1842. His pension number for Revolutionary War service was
76684. He was always a farmer. (See D.A.R. Lineage Book, Vol. 76,
James Cannon, son of Sam. & Lydia, moved to Robinson County, Tennessee aft er the Rev. War. James later removed to Christian County, Kentucky about 1 799 or 1800, and finally on to Lincoln County, Missouri in 1817 (where h is son Isaac resided).
THE JAMES CANNON FAMILY CARAVAN CAME TO MISSOURI IN 1817. THEY STAYED F OR AWHILE IN THE AREA OF SON ISAAC CANNON, NORTHWEST OF HAWK POINT. THEN J AMES AND SEVERAL OF HIS SONS AND SON-IN-LAWS SETTLED IN STOUTíS SETTLEME NT NEAR NEW HOPE.
HIS OLDER BROTHERS WERE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND JAMES, BEING THE YOUN GEST SON, WAS LEFT AT HOME TO HELP RUN THE PLANTATION. ONE AFTERNOON A BA ND OF MARAUDING TORIES CAME BY. THEY ASKED "TO WHOM THE FINE STALLION BELO NG TO" AND JAMES ANSWERED, "ITíS MINE." THEY COMMANDED HIM TO MOUNT IT A ND RIDE. WHEN JAMES MOUNTED, THEY TIED HIM ON THE HORSE AND STARTED BA CK TO THEIR CAMP. ON THE LONG MARCH BACK TO THEIR CAMP, JAMES WHEELED T HE HORSE INTO THE DENSE UNDERGROWTH AND ESCAPED. (STORY TOLD BY D R. J. A. KNOX)
JAMES ENLISTED IN THE ARMY @ AGE 16. (APPLICATION FOR PENSION, LINCO LN CO 1833). AFTER THE CLOSE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, SUBSEQUENT TO 1786 ++ [PRIOR TO 1790, JAMES JOINED THE FLOOD OF IMMIGRANTS MOVING INTO THE VA LLEY OF TENNESSEE.
SOME OF THAT AREA, HE HAD SEEN ON AN EXPEDITION WITH GENERAL PICKENS. ABO UT THIS TIME HE MARRIED RACHEL STARK WHO WAS THE SISTER OF HIS OLD COMMAND ER THOMAS STARK. LINCOLN CO HISTORY SAYS SHE WAS KIN OF GENERAL STARK OF B ENNINGTON. GEN. STARK WAS AN UNCLE--LINE OF THE GRIMES STARK LINE OF THE F OUNDER OF THE STARK BROTHERS NURSERY ETC. SHOULD BE ABLE TO CHECK THESE RE CORDS.)
IN THE TENNESSEE AREA HE SETTLED ON SPRING CREEK. A CREEK THAT EMPTIES IN TO THE
CUMBERLAND RIVER. FOUR OF HIS CHILDREN JOHN, LYDIA, ISAAC AND WILLIAM WE RE BORN THERE. WHEN THAT AREA BEGAN TO SETTLE RAPIDLY, HE MOVED 70 MILES N ORTHWEST TO CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. HERE THE YOUNGEST OF HIS CHILDR EN JANE 1815 WAS BORN. ( HIS OLDEST, A SON SAMUEL WS BORN IN SOUTH CAROLI NA IN 1786 OR PRIOR TO)
( THE 1790 CENSUS BOOK FOR TENNESSEE AND 1800 CENSUS BOOK FOR KENTUCKY WE RE BURNED WHEN THE BRITISH BURNED THE CAPITOL IN 1814)
THE CENSUS OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY--1810 GIVES JAMES AND RACHEL, THE IR CHILDREN AND 2 SLAVES.
THE SLAVES WERE SARAH (Sallie) BROWN AND HER SON GEORGE. THEY HAD BEEN LE FT BY SAMUEL TO JAMESí BROTHER. JAMES TRADED HIS LAND (to his brother) F OR SALLIE. SHE NURSED JAMES AND RACHELíS CHILDREN FROM SAMUEL TO JANE. STO RIES ARE TOLD OF HER THRIFT AND HONESTY. THERE WERE NO BANKS, SHE KEPT T HE FAMILY MONEY SECRETED IN A WIDE-MOUTH JUG. AT HIS DEATH, JAMES GAVE SAL LIE AND GEORGE THEIR MANUMISSION PAPERS AND A FARM. (CLARENCE CANNON SA YS "PART OF THE OLD LILLY PLACE"). FREE GEORGE BROWN, AS HE WAS CALLED, W AS BORN 1805 AND DIED MAY 31, 1863. HE WAS BURIED ON THE STINEBAUGH PLA CE IN THE CANNON CEMETERY. SALLIE LIVED TO AGE 98. JAMESí DAUGHTER, FRANC ES TRAIL, CARED FOR SALLIE IN HER HOME. SHE TOO IS IN THE CANNON FAMILY CE METERY AND "HER STONE WAS THE MOST PRETENSES AVAILABLE AT THE THAT TIME."
NOTE: THE CANNON CEMETERY WAS ON THE STINEBAUGH PLACE--NEW HOPE AREA; WHI LE ISAAC
ESTABLISHED A CEMETERY FOR CANNONS ON HIS FARM, NORTHWEST OF HAWK POINT. [ 1]
Notes for Rachel STARK
List of 14 children and their birth dates provided by LFBG
NOTE: RACHEL SISTER OF THOMAS STARK (COMMANDER)
Look into locating this book:
Title: James Stark of Stafford County, Virginia and Descendants
Author: Harris, Mary C. & Jorgenson, Mary I. J.
Notes for Samuel (Child 1)
Samuel Cannon was born in South Carolina, reared in Tennessee, marri ed in Christian Co. Kentucky, and passed the major portion of his li fe in Missouri. The census for 1850 gives North Carolina as the state of h is birth, but this is probably an error on the part of the enumerator, alt hough it is possible that his father journeyed in N.Carolina while migrati ng south.
Samuel Cannon was on the Board of Education of now Elsberry Public Schoo l. That first district was all of the township 51 of range 2 & 3 east. T he building was a log structure on the south bank of Lost Creek....LFBG
Notes for John (Child 2)
Name of spouse, parents and grandparents from LDS
There is a well documented book of Cannon records, "The Cannon Book" by Cl arence Cannon -- 1958. Troy, Lincoln County,
Library has a reserved copy of it.
Notes for Lydia (Child 3)
Marriage 1 John N. COLLARD b: 1784 in Augusta County, Virginia
Married: ABT 1809 in Christian County, Kentucky. Lydia and John had four c hildren, settled in Turkey Creek, Lincoln county, MO. John was kill ed by a runaway horse. Lydia aka "Aunt Lyd".
Children with first husband, John Collard:
Felix Alver COLLARD b: 1810 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky
Isaphena COLLARD b: 1813 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky
Rachel COLLARD b: 1815 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky
John James COLLARD b: 1817 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky
Marriage 2 Isaac Thurmom b: ABT 1791 Christian County, Kentucky
Married: ABT 1820 and had seven children. Isaac died in Cholera Epidemi c. Buried near Nebo, Illinois. Source: LFBG
Notes for Isaac Newton (Child 4)
ONE OF JAMES FAVORITE SONS WAS ISAAC. AFTER THE CLOSE OF THE WAR OF 1812 I SAAC CAME TO
MISSOURI. HE REALLY ADMIRED THE AREA AND ON THE BRANCH OF CUIVRE RIVER. TH ERE WERE SO MANY TURKEYS THAT HE CALLED IT TURKEY CREEK. HE WANTED HIS FAT HER, JAMES, AND THE FAMILY TO COME TO MISSOURI. IN 1817 HE WENT BACK TO KE NTUCKY AND MARRIED MARY COLLARD (02/06/1817) AND "HELPED" HIS FATHER DECI DE TO MOVE TO MISSOURI. Isaac and Mary Cannon rode horseback from Kentuc ky to Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri.
Established a Cannon Cemetery on his farm northwest of Hawk Point.
Notes for William (Child 5)
They had twelve children. William went to Alabama and then back to Illinoi s, near Nebo, where his brother Epraim lived. He is buried there on his br other Ephraim's farm (near Pittsfield IL), now called the Guthrie Cemetery ....LFBG 
Notes for Elizabeth (Child 6)
LDS gives marriage
Marriage(s): Spouse: Jehugh PYLE (AFN: SP5K-NK)
Marriage: 8 Nov 1812, Christian, Kentucky
Notes for Nancy (Child 7)
LDS gives marriage
Marriage(s): Jacob STINEBAUGH
Marriage: 12 Nov 1816, Christian, Kentucky
Notes for Ephraim (Child 8)
Census of 1850, Pike County Illinois.
Notes for Mary (Child 9)
JAMES AND RACHELíS DAUGHTER MARY (aka Polly) MARRIED THOMAS McCOY IN 18 21 OR 1822. She died young leaving two small girls: JULIA AND REBECCA.
CENSUS OF 1830 SHOWS THEM IN THE HOUSEHOLD OF JAMES.
IT SEEMS RACHEL HAD DIED BEFORE 1833 WHEN JAMES APPLIED FOR PENSION AND WI LL.
06/30/1836--LINCOLN CO RECORDS) JANE PARKER RECALLED THESE LITTLE GIRLS CL IMBING UP ON THEIR GRANDPA'S CHAIR (JAMESí) TO RUMPLE HIS HAIR WHEN HEíD C OME IN FROM THE FIELD. AUNT SALLIE (James' Slave) REARED THESE TWO LITT LE GIRLS, TOO, in James and Rachel's home.
Notes for Rachel (Child 10)
LDS gives spouse and list of children
Her name, listed by another source (LFBG), as Frances Cannon Trail.
LFBG states they had 12 children together.
Notes for Keziah (Child 11)
SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL AND AN EXCELLENT RIDER . ONE COOL MORNING SHE RODE DO WN TO THE SUGAR CAMP. HER HORSE WAS A HIGH-SPIRITED MARE, SHE RAISED AND N AMED POLLY. AT THE CAMP THEY WARNED HER THAT THE MARE WAS ACTING UP A ND TO BE CAREFUL. SHE RETORTED, "POLL CANíT THROW ME" AND RODE AWAY. THE M ARE GOT OUT OF CONTROL AND THREW HER AGAINST AN OVERHANGING OAK. SHE NEV ER REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS.
Notes for Rebecca (Child 12)
LDS gives marriage and list of six children.
Lincoln County Records: "REBECCA CANNON OF HURRICANE TOWNSHIP WAS MARRI ED TO JOSEPH BARNETT OF UNION TOWNSHIP BY HER FATHERíS APPROBATION," TH EY HAD 5 CHILDREN AND LIVED IN PIKE CO ILLINOIS".....LFBG
Notes for Margarette (Child 13)
LDS gives marriage and list of eleven children. First eight children we re born in Bay Creek Twp, Pike, Illinois. Last three were born in Mario n, Oregon .
SHE IS TOLD OF IN THE LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORY (UNDER BAPTIST CHURCHES PA GE 474 ). CHARLES HAD BEEN MARRIED AND DIVORCED AND SO, ACCORDING TO THE O LD UNION BAPTIST CHURCH NORTH OF NEW HOPE, HE HAD "A LIVING WIFE". THE FAM ILY FELT SHE WAS TOO YOUNG TO MARRY BUT GAVE THEIR CONSENT. THE BAPTIST CH URCH HAD BEEN DIVIDED FOR SOME TIME OVER MISSIONS. THE SITUATION WAS STRAI NED AT THE OLD UNION CHURCH AND MARGARETíS MARRIAGE PRECIPITATED THE DIVIS ION. HER MARRIAGE WAS LEGAL UNDER CIVIL LAW BUT THE CHURCH LAW PROHIBIT ED IT. MARGARET AND CHARLES HUBBARD HAD 11 CHILDREN. THEY LIVED IN PIKE C OUNTY, ILLINOIS UNTIL 1833 OR 1847 WHEN THEY MOVED TO MARION COUNTY, OREGO N, NEAR SALEM.
Notes for Jane (Child 14)
LDS gives marriage and list of six children.
WAS AT HOME WITH HER FATHER, JAMES, AFTER HER MOTHERíS DEATH. SHE, THE T WO LITTLE MCCOY GIRLS, AND OF COURSE "AUNT SALLIE" (slave Sarah). THEY H AD 6 CHILDREN. TWO THESE MARRIED THE BLACK BROTHERS OF ELSBERRY....LFBG
Father: Samuel Cannon b: 1735 in Ireland
Mother: Lydia Pennington b: ABT 1735
Rachel Stark b: BET 1768 AND 1770 in Craven later Newberry Co., South Carolina, USA
in Newberry Co., SC
- Samuel Cannon b: 20 OCT 1786 in Newberry Co., SC
- John Cannon b: 16 MAR 1790 in Wilson Co., Tennessee, USA
- Lydia Cannon b: 4 NOV 1791 in Robertson, Wilson Co., Tennessee
- Isaac Cannon b: 4 NOV 1793 in Wilson Co., TN
- William Cannon b: 12 SEP 1795 in Robertson Co., TN
- Elizabeth Cannon b: ABT 1798 in Christian Co., KY
- Nancy Cannon b: 29 APR 1800 in Christian Co., KY
- Ephraim Cannon b: 16 DEC 1801 in Christian Co., KY
- Mary Polly Cannon b: 28 FEB 1803 in Christian Co., KY
- Rachel Cannon b: 4 DEC 1804 in Christian Co., KY
- Keziah Cannon b: ABT 1806 in Christian Co., KY
- Rebecca Cannon b: 1808 in Hopkinsville, Christian Co., KY
- Margarette Cannon b: 19 APR 1811 in Christian Co., KY
- Jane Cannon b: 27 APR 1813 in Christian Co., KY