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  (b. 1817, Tennessee, USA   d. 1870, Overton County, Tennessee, USA )  
Summary: Jemima FITE was born 1817 in , Tennessee, USA. Jemima FITE was the child of

She married  John CANNON .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John CANNON  was born 1816 in , Overton County, Tennessee, USA .  He died 10 December 1863 in Oak Hill, Overton, Tennessee, USA .  He was the son of Thomas CANNON and Martha Patsy LEE.

Jemima FITE died 1870 in , Overton County, Tennessee, USA.
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February 22, 1819 - Spain agrees to cede Florida to the United States.
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The Willimantic Chronicle, Willimantic, Conn., October 12, 1881

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Jemima FITE married flag  John CANNON-- Place: 
John CANNON was the son of Thomas CANNON and Martha Patsy LEE


flag  Delilah CANNON (b.18 October 1837, , Overton County, Tennessee, USA  d. 19 July 1899, Stephens, Texas, USA)
m. Henry Herod BILBREY 

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1837 Birth of Child
Delilah CANNON was born 18 October 1837, , Overton County, Tennessee, USA
1863 Death of Spouse/Partner
John CANNON died 10 December 1863, Oak Hill, Overton, Tennessee, USA
, Overton County, Tennessee, USA

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