Name: Thomas E. MC HAN
Birth: 1784 in Virginia
Death: 16 AUG 1866 in Georgia
Change Date: 12 MAY 2011
Jane L. Splawn. Thomas McHan witnessed the will of William Davis,
dated 22 March 1807.
Rutherford County, North Carolina, Will Abstracts 1779-1910. William
Davis, will 22 March 1807, proved July 1807, Will Book B, p. 193.
Wife Caty. Son Toliver Davis. Witnesses Joseph Goode and Thomas
H.M. Lu and G.B. Neumann 1981, Revolution War Period Bible, Family
and Marriage Records Gleaned from Pension Applications, vol. 4, p.
Bulletin of the Genealogical Society of Old Tryon, vol. 33, p. 140,
2005. Rutherford County, North Carolina, Road Docket, 1815-1816.
Thomas McHann appointed overseer of the public room to replace Daniel
Tanner who resigned the position.
A.B. Pruitt 1994, Abstracts of Land Entries, Rutherford County, North
Carolina 1804-1826, p. 1515. 14 April 1817. Andrew Hudlow, 25 acres
in forks of Catheys Creek and Shepherds Creek, bordering his own
land, that of Thomas McHan/ cHaus, the widow Davis, and Danl. Turner.
1830 North Carolina census, Rutherford County, p. 459: Thomas McHAN,
head of household, with males: 2 age 0-5 [John and ?], 1 age 5-10
[William], 1 age 40-50; females: 1 age 5-10, 1 age 30-40; 2 female
slaves ages 10-24 and 36-55.
Jane L. Splawn. Thomas moved to Lumpkin County, Georgia.
Bulletin of the Genealogical Society of Old Tryon, vol. 26, pp. 85
and 87. Notes of Thomas McHann due 1831 and 1833 in the estate
inventory of Jacob Michal, October 1834.
Rutherford County, North Carolina, Deed Records, vol. 43, p. 569, 12
February 1839, recorded 27 April 1839. Thomas McHan sold property to
1840 Georgia census, Lumpkin County, p. 260: Thomas McHan, head of
household. Males: 1 age 5-10 [Thomas]; 1 10-15 [James]; 1 15-20
[apparently William B.]; and 1 40-50. Females: 1 age 5-10 [Mary];
and 1 40-50. 2 in agriculture. Also 1 female slave of age 36-55.
1860 Georgia census, Dalton District, Whitfield County, 7 July 1860,
p. 570, dwelling 425, family 419: Thos. McHan 76 North Carolina,
real estate $2000, personal assets $600, with Edith 65 South
Carolina, Mary J. 26 North Carolina, Thos M. 27 North Carolina, $150,
farm laborer, and Eliza C. 17 Tennessee. Adjacent family is that of
James F. McHan.
Also listed in the Slave Schedule as owner of 1 female slave,
Southern Christian Advocate, 8 March 1867. My father, Thomas McHan,
died in Christ on the 16th of August 1866, aged over four-score
years. W. B. McHan.
Whitfield-Murray Historical Society, An Official History of Whitfield
County, Georgia, 1752-1999, pp. 372-374. Thomas E. McHan.
Norm McHan, 21 April 2005. A Thomas McHan Jr. is listed in the muster rolls of the War of 1812.
Father: MATTHEW MC HAN b: ABT 1750 in Middlesex County, Virginia
Mother: MARY (MARTHA) GREENWOOD b: ABT 1750 in Essex County, Virginia
Edith (Eda or Edy) BOWMAN b: 21 APR 1792 in South Carolina
6 JAN 1819
in Rutherford County, North Carolina
Rutherford County Marriages 1779-1868, p. 99. Alanson McHan,
IGI has duplicate entries with marriage dates 1818 and 1819, and name
McHAN and McHANN.
- daughter MC HAN b: BET 1820 AND 1825 in North Carolina
- William Martin Bowman MC HAN b: 20 MAY 1824 in North Carolina
- John MC HAN b: BET 1825 AND 1830 in North Carolina
- son MC HAN b: BET 1825 AND 1830 in North Carolina
- James F. MC HAN b: MAR 1828 in North Carolina
- Toliver M. MC HANN b: ABT 1833 in North Carolina
- Mary Jane MC HAN b: AUG 1838 in North Carolina