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Mary moved with the family to Sevier County, Tennessee, as early as 1805, soon after the death of her father.

Verification of her marriage is from William M. Whaley's War of 1812 papers in the National Archives, Washington, D. C.

Mary and William were members of the White Oak Flats Baptist Church.  Their family appears in Sevier County, Tennessee, Federal Census Records, 1830 through 1880.  She is buried in Plemmons Cemetery, Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Source:  Smoky Mountain Clans, Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 143, 288.  Smoky Mountain Clans, Volume 3, Donald B. Reagan, 1983, p 5.  In the Shadow of the Smokies, Smoky Mountain Historical Society, 1993, p 712.  Sevier County, Tennessee, and Its Heritage, 1994, 186, 214.

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