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  (b. 1767, Crown Colony of North Carolina   d. 1840, Overton County, Tennessee, USA )  
Summary: John BILBREY was born 1767 in , Crown Colony of North Carolina. John BILBREY was the child of Thomas BILBREY and Sarah "Sally" Patsie SMITH and the grandchild of: (maternal)  Wyatt Andrew SMITH and Margaret (Peggy) UNKNOWN

He married  Holly SMITH .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Holly SMITH  was born 1766 .  She died 1860 in , Overton County, Tennessee, USA . 

John BILBREY died 1840 in , Overton County, Tennessee, USA.
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Prior to 1729 - Crown Colony of Carolina
1729 - 1789 - Crown Colony of North Carolina
November 21, 1789 - North Carolina becomes 12th U.S. state


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flag  Herod BILBREY (b.1800, , Chatham County, North Carolina, USA  d. 1869, , Overton County, Tennessee, USA)
m. Nancy Martha RAY CANNON 


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1840
, Overton County, Tennessee, USA


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