The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 1, July 1897 - April, 1898 Page: 311
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Congress, March, 1795 to March, 1797, and 1801 to 1811. (His
will construed, 2 Yerger Tenn. Rep., 341, in case of Tyree
Rodes and wife vs. Holland.) He died 1823. His land grants
reviewed in Childress vs. Holland, 3 Haywood Tenn. Rep., 274.
Gilbert.-William Gilbert, of "Gilbert-town," near present Ruther-
fordtown, N. C. In Commission of Peace of old Tyron
county up to April, 1776; tax assessor, in Commission of Peace
of new county of Rutherford; in House, 1779, 1780, 1782, 1783.
His daughter, Sarah Gilbert, married James Holland, in Janu-
ary, 1780. His wife was Sarah McCandless of Philadelphia. She
died at the Holland place in Maury county, Tenn., 1822. Gil-
bert is called "a loyalist" in Draper's "King's Mountain," which
absurd error, Mr. Rivers ascertained, is due solely to the fact that
Major Ferguson camped several weeks at Gilbert-town in Sep-
Flournoy.-The American ramifications from Laurent Flour-
noy, the Huguenot of 1562-72. See Agnew's "French Protes-
tant Exiles" and "La France Protestante," including the progeny
of both his descendants, Jacob, the immigrant of 1700, and
Jacob's nephew, John James, the immigrant of 1717-1720;
"Huguenot Emigration to Virginia."
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