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From Archibald Yell, by William W. Or, more likely, Moses could have given the guardianship of Piercy and Mary to William Loveday just before Moses left Maryland to settle in North Carolina.
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William Oliver Archibald (3 June 1850 – 28 June 1926) was an Australian politician. He was a member of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1893 to 1910, representing Port Adelaide, and a member of the Australian House of Representatives from 1910 to 1919, representing Hindmarsh. Archibald was a Labor member until resigning in the 1916 Labor split; he subsequently served as a Nationalist until his defeat at the 1919 federal election.
Flag as Inappropriate. Yell was likely born in Tennessee, although his gravestone lists North Carolina as his birthplace. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. His family first settled in Jefferson County in the eastern part of the state, then moved to Rutherford in Middle Tennessee, and finally settled in Bedford County to the south. As a youth, Yell participated in the Creek War, serving in 1813 and early 1814 under General Andrew Jackson, who became a special friend.
YELL, Archibald, a Representative from Arkansas; born in North Carolina in 1797; moved to Tennessee in his youth and settled in Bedford . Hughes, William W. Archibald Yell. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1988. The Life of Archibald Yell.
YELL, Archibald, a Representative from Arkansas; born in North Carolina in 1797; moved to Tennessee in his youth and settled in Bedford County; took part in the Creek campaign; participated in the War of 1812 and served under General Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans; studied law; was admitted to the bar of Tennessee and commenced practice in Fayetteville, Lincoln County, Tenn. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 26 (Spring 1967): 11-23; (Summer 1967): 162-84; (Autumn 1967): 226-43; (Winter 1967): 353-78.
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Archibald Yell (August 9, 1797 – February 23, 1847) was an American politician who served as the . Representative from Arkansas from 1836 to 1839, and 1845 to 1846. He was the second Governor of Arkansas, serving from 1840 to 1844. Yell was killed in action at the Battle of Buena Vista on February 23, 1847. Yell was likely born in Kentucky or Tennessee, although his headstone lists North Carolina as his birthplace.