---- DRINNON - The children of this Drinnon is conjecture. In Richard Drinnen's will, written 19 March 1810 and probated May 1810, a brother, Thomas Drinen, and a witness, James Drinnen, are listed. In Nathaniel Day's will, written 14 November 1810 and probated December 1810, a James Drinnen was appointed as executor.
References: "Jefferson Co., TN Wills", Part 1 1804-1851, Part 2 1808-1848, Compiled by Annie W. B. Bell Typewritten 1935, p 3, "1830 Federal Census" Hawkins Co, TN.
THOMAS DRINNON died ca 1830-32 in Jefferson County, Tennessee. He married on 18 Aug 1800 in Jefferson County, Tennessee to Elizabeth (Betty) Day, daughter of John Day and Polly Susan ----. Elizabeth was born in 1786 in Virginia.
References: "Jefferson County, TN Marriage Records 1792-1870" by Virginia Carlisle d'Armand, p 59, p 65, "Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1850 for Jefferson Co., TN" Transcribed From The Original by Burl Underwood p. 206-7-8.
S. DRINNON was born 1801 in Tennessee.
Reference: "Population Schedule of the United States Census of 1850 for Jefferson Co. TN" Transcribed From the Original by Burl Underwood.
ELIZABETH LOUISA DRINNON was born 1822 in Hawkins County, Tennessee, and died after 1859. She married ca 1844 in Hancock County, Tennessee to Oliver Brewer, son of Joab Brewer and Lydia Edwards. Oliver was born 1817 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, and died after 1860. He was a farmer. Going by the 1860 Census, Elizabeth could not read or write, but her children attended school. Three of Elizabeth's daughters married three Anderson first cousins.
Reference: "1850 Federal Census, Hancock Co, TN", 33rd Subdivision, 14 Nov 1850 by S. Rose, "1860 Federal Census, Hancock Co, TN" Briar Creek District, No. 246, "35,000 Tennessee Marriage Records & Bond - 1783-1870", Vol. I, A - F, p 150, "Tennessee Records, Vol. 2, Bible Records & Marriage Bonds", Complied by Jeannette Tillotson Asklen, p 372.