John Stackhouse, the progenitor of the Stackhouse family in the county, came here from Virginia, before
the Revolutionary War; he married a widow, whose maiden name was Bethea, a sister of old Buck Swamp John Bethea;
they had and raised two sons, John and William; don't know if there were any daughters. William, I believe, at
any rate, one of them, emigrated to other parts; the other John, remained in the county; he was the grandfather
of our fellow-citizen, T. F. Stackhouse. Don't know to whom he married- he did marry, however and had and
raised five sons and one daughter; the sons were Herod, Isaac, John, Hugh, and Tristram. The daughter's name
--A History of Marion County, W.W. Sellers (1902)
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