My records (which are not infallible) indicate that Anderson Lewellen, (1793-1873) the brother of Sheriff John Lewellen, married Melinda “Milla” Davis (1793-1876) in Roane county, TN on 30 Nov 1814. I do not show a second marriage for him or her, and if the records below are accurate there would have been no opportunity for another marriage.
From my notes: “He drew a pension (WC6080) for service in the War of 1812. He applied for a Bounty Land Warrant in Wayne County, Kentucky on 4 Jun 1855 at the age of 61“.
From my notes: “On 21 Jan 1874 Milla Lewallen, aged 81-9/12 years, of Scott Co., TN, applied for a pension. She stated that she was the widow of Andrew Lewallen who died 30 Nov 1873 on Wolf Creek, Scott Co., TN. She stated that she was married under the name Milla Davis to the said Andrew Lewallen on the 30th day of November 1814 by ______________Gearings, J.P. at Roane Co., TN.
On April 7, 1874, John Smith, age 85-5/12 years and Harmon Thompson, age 78-4/12 years, made affidavits that they were well acquainted with Andrew Lewallen before his enlistment and knew him ever since and that they well remembered when he married Milla Davis, although they were not eye witnesses.”
This is not my line, but I record a lot of information concerning “outlying” cousins. The two Reed women that married John Lewellen were the sisters of my GGrandmother, Elizabeth Jane Reed.
I hope this helps.