Jehu Harlan lived in Pickens County, Alabama, in 1839; Greene County, Alabama, in 1842; in Maury County, Tennessee, in 1843; and Noxubee County, Mississippi, beginning in 1844. Jehu and his brother, William, lived together in 1850, Noxubee County, Mississippi. Jehu lived in Noxubee County, in 1860 and 1880.
Children of Jehu Harlan and Priscilla Tamer Hunter:
151. i. Sarah Elizabeth Harlan, born 27 October 1839, Pickens County, Alabama, died 5 August 1842, Greene County, Alabama.
152. ii. William Elijah Harlan, born 22 May 1842, Pickens County, Alabama, died 28 August 1843, Maury County, Tennessee, buried in Hunter-Kittrell Cemetery, Reese’s Church Road, Maury County.
153. iii. Jehu Henry Jones Harlan, born 19 January 1844, Noxubee County, Mississippi, died 26 May 1844, Noxubee County, Mississippi.
154. iv. John Wesley Harlan, born 1 September 1845, Noxubee County, Mississippi, died 23 July 1864, near Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia. He was shot near Decatur, Georgia, was brought to East Point and died the next day. The body of John Wesley Harlan was brought from East Point, Georgia, to Macon, Mississippi, and buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, 14 January 1865.