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Son of James Lackey and Mary Woods. Husband of Isabella Trimble, whom he married in Blount Co., TN, in 1798. Militia soldier and Indian fighter. Commissioned by Gov. John Sevier as a captain in the Blount Co. militia in 1796. Lived in Knox and Blount counties., TN, and later in Madison Co., MS. Brother of Jas. W. Lackey, Wm. Lackey, Andrew Lackey, and Hannah Lackey Chamberlain, among others. Children: Mary Gamble (Polly); Eliza W.; Amanda H.; John T.; and James Jefferson. Some researchers note that he married June Dohe after moving to MS.

Birth:
1765 1
Amherst Co., VA 1
Death:
1833 1
Madison Co., MS 1
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Birth:
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Amherst Co., VA 1
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1833 1
Madison Co., MS 1
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Mother: Mary Woods 1
Father: James Lackey 1
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From Goodspeed's General History of Tennessee, Nashville, TN, 1887, p. 381:

In 1798:

The jury brought in bills of indictment against Robert Trimble and Archibald Lackey for entering the Cherokee country without obtaining a pass. They were tried at the October term and fined $25 and $10, respectively.

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