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Second Generation

Family of Daniel KRIDER Senior (1) & Catherine BERGER

2. Henry S. CRIDER. Born on 17 May 1781 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. At the age of 71, Henry S. died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 1 Feb 1853. Buried in Feb 1853 in Hampton Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 17 Nov 1805 when Henry S. was 24, he first married Permelia LEE, daughter of John LEE Senior & Sarah Susanne GUTHRIE, in Campbell County, Virginia. Born about 1785 in Campbell County, Virginia. At the age of 64, Permelia died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 27 Nov 1849. Buried in Nov 1849 in Hampton Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
3 i. Elizabeth Ann (1806-1853)
4 ii. Matilda Susan (1808-1868)
5 iii. Sophia Agnes (1810-1884)
6 iv. William Aire (1812-1884)
v. Narcissus. Born in 1814 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Narcissus died in Pittsylvania County, Virginia in 1814.

vi. Belvederra. Born on 14 Feb 1815 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. At the age of 2, Belvederra died in Smith County, Tennessee on 15 Mar 1817.

7 vii. Richard Henry (1817-1903)
8 viii. Catherine (1819-1900)
9 ix. Emaline M. (1821-1898)
10 x. James Carroll (1824- 1895)
11 xi. John Daniel (1826-1904)
12 xii. Andrew Jackson (1829-1906)

On 31 Jan 1850 when Henry S. was 68, he second married Frances G. WEBB, in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born about 1818 in Virginia.

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