The Carson Family

From Washington County, Virginia 
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Mahala Jane Owens
Born: July 15, 1826 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky
Died: May 14, 1908 in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Co., Kentucky

Ancestors of Mahala Jane Owens 

Grand Parents: David Owen, born September 21, 1759 in Halifax Co., Virginia and Winefred Mullins born March 30, 1766 in Halifax Co., Virginia. 

Parents: Allen Owen, born December 24, 1793 in Wilkes Co., NC and Mary Kilbourn born about 1798 in Pulaski Co., Kentucky. 

The Battle of Thames 

Ontario, Canada  October 5, 1813

War of 1812 
United States vs. Briton (and Shawnee Indian Allies)

Source: "The Battle of the Thames" by Colonel Bennett H Young, 1903, Page 252

The British under General Proctor, and their Shawnee Indian allies were quickly defeated in this battle and the Shawnee Chief, Tecumseh, was killed. 


Eleventh Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Volunteers Colonel William Williams


Captain Johnston Dysart and Private Samuel Dysart are sons of Col James Dysart and Nancy Agnes Beattie.

Lieutenant Charles C Carson (son of David Carson and Elizabeth Dysart) became the brother-in-law of Captain Johnston Dysart and Private Samuel Dysart when he married Elizabeth Dysart.

Privates: Allen Owens, Martin Owens, Wesley Owens, and Samuel Owens are sons of David Owen and Winefred Mullins. Allen Owens is the father of Mahala Jane Owens.


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