Calhoun bought lot 10 of block 102, lot 1 of block 101, lot 9 of block 100, lot 10 of block 95, lot 9 of block 89, lot 9 of block 93, lot 2 of block 91, lot 9 of block 87, lot 9 of block 80, lots 7 and 9 of block 79, lot 9 of block 78, and “the George McIntyre Claim” of “320 Acres” in St. Cloud in Stearns County; lots 1 and 2 of section 34 of Township 37 of Range 31 in and near Watab in Benton County. Upon his death in 1859, he owned lot 9 of block 78, lot 9 of block 79, lot 9 of block 80, lot 9 of block 89, lot 9 of block 93, lot 9 of block 100, lot 2 of block 91, lot 10 of block 95, lot 10 of block 102, and lot 1 of block 101 in Stearns County.

He lived in Stearns County from 1857 until his death, and he bought land there in northern Saint Cloud. He was from Wilson County, Tennessee. He inherited slaves from his late father in 1855 and kept two of them in Minnesota from 1857 to 1858.

Mary Butler: She (b. 1825) is listed as willed by Calhoun’s great-aunt Agnes Calhoun to his father in 1831. Her parents were Street (b. 1786) and Sylvia (b. 1796), and her brother was Carroll (b. 1823). She is listed with Calhoun in Minnesota’s 1857 census. (see https://theyhavenames.wordpress.com/tag/christopher-lehman/ )

John Butler: He is listed with Calhoun in Minnesota’s 1857 census and was born in Minnesota that year.(see https://theyhavenames.wordpress.com/tag/christopher-lehman/ )

Cherry: She is named in Thomas Calhoun, Sr.’s will from 1855 as passed down to Calhoun.

Lucinda: She was Cherry’s daughter. She is named in Thomas Calhoun, Sr.’s will from 1855 as passed down to Calhoun.

Jo: He is named in Thomas Calhoun, Sr.’s will from 1855 as passed down to Calhoun.

 

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