In Sistler’s Index to Early TN Wills and Administrations 1779-1861:
WALLACE (Rutherford Co. listings only)
John Sr. 1841
William 1799 Blount Co. TN
William 1823 Lincoln Co. TN
William 1825 Davidson Co. TN
William 1825 Stewart Co. TN
(those are the earliest William listings in the index)
In Wilson Co. Deed Book D
John Fonveal of Rutherford County to Joseph Wallace of Sumner County 100 acres on Falling Creek. 4 October 1809. (p.192)
In Wilson Co. Deed Book M
William Wallace of Dallas County, Alabama to John E. Baker 554 acres in Wilson County. 2 October 1826. (p. 244-245)
In Obituaries From Early Tennessee Newspapers 1794-1851
Wallace, Capt. John. For many years a respectable citizen of Rutherford County. Died on Sunday the 18th of August. The Nashville Whig. (Sept. 3, 1816)
In Deed Abstracts on Stones River from Deed Books A,B,C,D,E,F, of Davidson County, Tennessee 1784-1806 by E.K. Johns
Howel Tatum esq.
July 26, 1793
Indenture made July 8, 1793. Sampson William, sheriff, has sold to Howel Tatum, high bidder at five pounds, a tract of land containing 320 acres. Land sold because of an attachment against William Wallace for ½ of a 640 acre tract lying on the first creek above Stoners Lick Creek on the east side of Stones River. Beginning at a hickory…..
March 9, 1795
Indenture made January 14, 1795. For the sum of 500 pounds Howel Tatum Esq. has sold 100 acres to Joseph Barnes. The land originally granted lying on the first creek above Stoners Lick on Stones River. The original grant to William Wallace, assignee of Joshua Roberts.
February 12, 1796
Indenture made November 11, 1794. For the high bid of seven pounds at a sheriff’s sale of ½ tract of 640 acres the property of Wm. Wallace is sold to Howel Tatum. Located on the first creek above Stoners Lick on the east side of Stones River.
December 20, 1802
North Carolina Grant 1038. William Wallace, assignee of Private Joshua Robert’s heirs, is granted 640 acres on the first creek above Stoner’s Lick Creek on the east side of Stones River. Beginning at a hickory and ash….