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Family of John McCALL (1) & Jane PROCTOR

2. Reverend Andrew McCALL Senior. Born on 2 Sep 1790 in Charleston, South Carolina. At the age of 51, Andrew died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 11 Oct 1841. Buried in Oct 1841 in Union Church Cemetery, Chesterfield, Henderson County, Tennessee.

Military: Served in the military during the War of 1812.

Andrew McCall and his son, John McCall, were living in District 14 of Henderson County, Tennessee, in 1837, according to the tax roll for that year. They did not own slaves.

On 27 Dec 1810 when Andrew was 20, he married Jeanette TODD, daughter of Patrick TODD (1768-) & Janet CARMICHAEL (1769-), in Laurens County, South Carolina. Born on 4 Mar 1795 in Belfast, Ireland. At the age of 80, Jeanette died in Henderson County, Tennessee on 21 Oct 1875. Buried in Oct 1875 in Union Church Cemetery, Chesterfield, Henderson County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Janet".

Born 4 March 1795, near Belfast, Ireland. Daughter of Patrick Todd and Jane Carmichael. Religion - Presbyterian. Jane emigrated from Ireland to the United States in 1798.

They had the following children:
3 i. John (1813-1888)
ii. William. Born on 17 May 1815 in Laurens County, South Carolina. At the age of 21, William died in Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee on 8 Mar 1837. Buried in Mar 1837 in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Henderson County, Tennessee.

4 iii. Henry (1817-1880)
5 iv. Patrick Todd (1819-1896)
6 v. Katherine (1821-1898)
7 vi. Eleanor (1824-1874)
8 vii. Andrew (1827-1902)
9 viii. Calvin B. (1829-1894)
10 ix. Joseph Williams (1832-1923)
x. Isabella Jane. Born on 19 Oct 1834 in Henderson County, Tennessee. At the age of 22, Isabella Jane died in 1857.

Isabella Jane married Jonathan LUTEN.

The data on the monument in Clark Cemetery , Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee states "Andrew McCall son of Lt. John McCall. Born September 2, 1790. Died October 11, 1841". The Records of the War Department at Washington, D.C. show that he served as First Sergeant in Captain George Bowen's Artillery Company, Nashes Regiment of South Carolina Voluntary Militia, War of 1812.

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