72. Margaret E.6Sims (Thomas5, William4, Bruster3, Edward2, William1), was born circa 1819, Maury County, Tennessee, died after the 1870 census, Maury County. She married 7 September 1837, Maury County, to Henry A. G. Lee, died before 1 November 1841, Lauderdale County, Tennessee. He was a Methodist Episcopal minister. At the sale of his estate, he owned Wesley’s sermons and other religious books. Buyers at the sale were Mrs. M. Lee and W. D. Lee.
In the petitions filed by Minor Sims in Richland District, South Carolina, in 1846 and 1847, regarding the sale of the slaves of Thomas Sims, Minor Sims was the petitioner, and his siblings were the defendants: H. A. G. Lee, Margaret E. Sims Lee, Augustus C. Sims, Thomas P. Sims, and William F. Sims.
On 30 October 1840, in Lauderdale County, Tennessee, H. A. G. Lee and S. Richardson were executors of the estate of S. C. Marley, deceased.
Margaret E. Lee and her daughter, Harriet A. G. Lee, lived in Lauderdale County, Tennessee, in 1850, with Benjamin F. Fisher. Also living with them was Chloe Lee, born circa 1776, North Carolina, Margaret’s mother-in-law.