GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE
QUERIES
Feb 1999



Subj: Check out Cemetery Interment Lists on the Internet Date: 2/1/99
Cemetery Interment Lists on the Internet
http://www.interment.net/
Subj: Check out Franklin County, Indiana Cemetery Listing Date: 2/1/99
Franklin County, Indiana Cemetery Listing
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/6863/cemetery1.html
Subj: Check out Eldon Date: 2/1/99
Click here: Eldon/Holiday cemetery, Franklin Co IN http://members.tripod.com/adm/popup/roadmap.shtml
Subj: Tennessee Ancestors Query Date: 2/1/99
From: ldavis@greene.xtn.net (LARRY DAVIS)
Reply-to: ldavis@greene.xtn.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
GARRISON
Seeking information on Paul, Edmond, Buckner Garrison in Smith county, Tn. in early 1800's. Buckner was born abt. 1808 (possibly Smith County) to Edmond Garrison. The Garrison family came to Smith County from Barren County, Ky. Buckner may have married in Smith county and having one son prior to moving to Southeastern Missouri. Any info appreiciated
Kathy
Subj: RE: Mullins web page Date: 2/1/99
From: KenM@Writeme.com (Ken Mullins)
Reply-to: KenM@Writeme.com To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy,
I added a link to your page.

Ken, Chyrl, Elizabeth & Alexander Mullins
Writing on Monday, February 01, 1999 at 10:11:52 PM
KenM@Writeme.com
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/1854/
-----Original Message-----
From: Genny1@aol.com [mailto:Genny1@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 24, 1999 8:20 PM
To: KenM@Writeme.com
Subject: Mullins web page
Hi Ken:
I have a Mullins web page at:
http://members.aol.com/genny1/mullins.html
and would appreciate a link on your pages....
Thanks,
Nancy Goodman in TN
Subj: Check out CEMETERY RECORDS/Montgomery Co , TN  Date: 2/1/99
CEMETERY RECORDS
http://www.tngenweb.usit.com/montgomery/cemetery.html

Subj: Check out Montgomery County TN Marriage Records   Date: 2/1/99
Montgomery County Marriage Records
http://www.tngenweb.usit.com/montgomery/marriage.html
Subj: Daniel Genealogy Date: 2/2/99
From: belva@mon-cre.net (Belva )
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi,
I am looking for information on John Daniel b. 1769 in Virginia I believe married to a Nancy A. (Gaines?). He lived in Tennessee most of his life and shows up in an 1820 census as having six children in his household. But, the only name I have been able to come up with is Peter Daniel as listed in his will. Peter Daniel was born in Tennessee in 1816 in Warren County I believe. I am really looking for accurate info as to John Daniel's wifes last name and for the names of Peter Daniel's siblings. If this is the line of Daniel you are researching, I have lots of info from Peter to the present. Thank you.
B. Wilkinson
Email belva@mon-cre.net
Subj: Corlew Date: 2/2/99
From: corlew@erols.com (Corlew/Owen)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I'm looking for information on Benjamin CORLEW, who lived on Corlew's Bend in Dickson County, TN in the 1800s and was married to Rebecca Harris Corlew. They had several children including Walter Corlew, who married Rose Fussell. I am wondering who Benjamin's parents were and where they came from, also about any Civil War or Revolutionary War service.
Thank you,
Carole Corlew
Subj: Check out Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Internet ... Date: 2/3/99
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Internet ...
http://www.familytreemaker.com/ifftop.html
Subj: Re: TN Library Date: 2/3/99
From: mdenyer@juno.com (Marylou O Denyer)
To: Genny1@AOL.com
Nancy,
My g grandmother appeared in the School of Industry in Nashville in the 1860 census. Her sister, Alice, was in an Orphan Asylum at the same time. I put up a query to try to locate records for these 2 institutions, and was told to check with the TN Library and Archives. Meanwhile Carla Cegielski gave the following book information that she found in the Library's catalog.

Tennessee. Industrial school, Nashville. Tennessee industrial school for the benefit of orphan, helpless and wayward children, Nashville, Tenn. Nasville, Marshall & Bruce, 1887.40 p. front. 23 cm. Includes acts of creation, by-laws, rules and regulations. 1. Orphanages--Tennessee. 2. Orphans and orphan asylums--Tennessee. 3. Vagrant children. 362.7 T29

Ms. Moore also sent me information on the Protestant Orphan Asylum where my great aunt was, the House of Industry for Females, (not where my g grandmother was) and St. Mary's Orphan Asylum in Murfreesboro, possibly where your husband's ancestor was.

I have asked for the book to be copied, but I have not received it as yet. I have a feeling that I will not find much information of use there, but who knows?

For your information the Library's address is: Tennessee State Library and Archives 403 Seventh Avenue North Nashville, TN 37243-0312 They have several phone numbers. One is Edwin S. Gleaves State Librarian and Archivist (615) 741-7996. Ms. Moore did not provide me with her number. There is no e-mail listed. But there is a Metropolitan Archives, 1113 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville, TN 37210-3505. Tel 615-862-5880. E-mail: archives@waldo.nashv.lib.tn.us

They do have a web site Friends of Metropolitan Archives of Nashville and Davidson County, TN
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3661

Hope this answers your question. If there is anything else I can do please let me know.
Marylou Denyer


Subj: Check out Genealogy Unlimited - US Books
Genealogy Unlimited - US Books
http://www.itsnet.com/~genun/usbooks.html
Subj: Check out mowanew.htm at www.doi.gov Date: 2/4/99
mowanew.htm at www.doi.gov
http://www.doi.gov/bia/mowanew.htm#TECHNICAL


Subj: Check out TIP #149 - GUARDIANS & WARDS, ALIMONY AND POO...  
Date: 2/4/99
TIP #149 - GUARDIANS & WARDS, ALIMONY AND POO...
http://www.usroots.com/~jmurphy/lessons/tip_149.htm
Subj: Check out Thompson Papers - Letter to Hon. John Sherman... Date: 2/4/99
Thompson Papers - Letter to Hon. John Sherman...
http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/thompson/1879-04-19/1879-04-19.html
Subj: Check out Thunderstone's Webinator: Ranked results: gen... Date: 2/4/99
Thunderstone's Webinator: Ranked results: gen...
http://www.lib.duke.edu/cgi-bin/texis/webinator/search/
Subj: Check out Duke Univesity Libraries:Genealogy Date: 2/4/99
Duke Univesity Libraries:Genealogy
http://www.lib.duke.edu/reference/subjects/genealogy.html

Perkins Library has many items of interest to the genealogist, including local histories and published family genealogies. Although there is no separate genealogical division in the library, a subject search in the online catalog (for items cataloged since 1979 as well as many older materials) or the card catalog (many of the items cataloged prior to 1979) can be used to find items relating to genealogy. The following subject headings may be helpful:

SUBJECT CARD CATALOG AND ONLINE CATALOG

•To find books about a family, look under the family's last name (for example, "Morrison Family"). •To find books about a county, look under the name of the county. •To find books about genealogy for a particular geographic location or specific ethnic group, look under the name of the location plus the word "genealogy" (for example, "North Carolina -- genealogy"; "Afro-Americans -- genealogy").

Other important subject headings include: CemeteriesObituariesChurch records and registersPeerageDeedsProbate RecordsEpitaphsRegisters of births, etc.GenealogyRegisters of dead (a sub-heading used after names of battles, armies, etc. for example, "U.S. Army-Registers of dead")HeraldryShips-{country}-Passenger lists (e.g., Ships-United States-Passenger lists)Marriage licensesWillsMarriage records


Subj: Check out WebSPIRS: Search Date: 2/5/99
WebSPIRS: Search
ULRICH'S INTERNATIONAL PERIODICALS
http://www.lib.duke.edu/cgi-bin/webspirs.cgi?sp.dbid.p=UIGP0007&sp.nextform=search.htm
Subj: Check out WebSPIRS: Marked Records Date: 2/5/99
WebSPIRS: Marked Records
http://www.lib.duke.edu/cgi-bin/webspirs.cgi
Subj: Coggin Research Date: 2/5/99
From: pscm@bellsouth.net (Peggy Morris)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am very interested in the book you are talking about can you tell me how to get a copy? My Coggin line came from Isham Coggin who had four sons and several daughters in North Carolina all the sons died in the civil war on the confederate side if this is the same line, I will be happy to share my info.
Subj: Re: Your note on my guest book page Date: 2/5/99
From: Hugh.Pulliam@nashville.com (Hugh Pulliam)
Reply-to: Hugh.Pulliam@nashville.com (Hugh Pulliam)
To: Genny1@AOL.COM
Thanks. I had my address changed to:
http://www.nashville.com/hugh.pulliam/
to simplify it. This address will work!
I enjoy browsing your quieries, unfortunately, the Pulliam side of our family is almost impossible to trace. Silas Pulliam (shown as Pullum on census' but I have a copy of the deed where he bought land in Hardeman County, TN and he spelled it "iam") just suddenly pops up on the 1830 North Carolina census in Montgomery County. How he got there is a mystery. The 1810 census shows a Curren Pullum in Mongomery Co. and the 1790 shows a "Pullom" there, but no way to relate.
Subj: Billington Taylor Date: 2/5/99
From: augiedog@2escape.net (Randy)
To: Genny1@AOL.COM
Genny,
I am researching my family the Taylors.
Have them located in Tamis Valley, Williamson County Tennessee, in the 1790's to 1817.
In particular Billington Taylor. He also had two brothers who may have lived in the area,Thomas and Greenham. Originally from the Chatham North Carolina area. Could anyone possibly have info on them. Billington was married to Mary Elizabeth MODGOLIN.
Thank You,
Randy L. Taylor
e:mail: augiedog.2escape.net
15236 Ludington Southgate Michigan 48195

Name: LILLIE SARTIN   Date: 02/05/99
Subject: RICE
Email: LSA2185664@aol.com
LOOKING FOR RICES and MCNEALS from TENN. area possibly from MOSCOW
Subj: Hafley, Brown , Guthrey Date: 2/6/99
From: brendale@primenet.com (Brenda Thompson)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I have been looking for some of the Hafley, Browns, and Guthrey families. My great great grandfather was William Washington Hafley and his wifes name was Amelia Ann Brown. They had a son (My Great Grandfather John Burgess Hafley who married Iris Guthrey (her parents were Walter Guthrey and Keturah Hutsell}. I have no idea the parents of Amelia nor have I found any connections on the Guthrey's. Any info would be appreciated. I have been led to believe is that the Hafley's were quite prominant in McMinn TN. Will share any info I do have . Thank you
Brenda Thompson
Subj: TerraServer Date: 2/6/99
From: JimS1942
To:: Genny1

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Subj: Levi West Civil War Veteran Date: 2/6/99
From: FM12621@aol.com
To: Genny1
Dear Genny
I am the great grandson of Levi West and I would appreciate any information you have on him. He is buried in Cem. #120 in Tenn. He died in 1907 II believe. I live in Yuma, AZ. My address is 12621 Patricia Dr. Yuma, AZ. 85367 My name is Frank Hart. Thank you..
Subj: Re: census lookup Date: 2/6/99
From: DeeMail
To: Genny1
In a message dated 2/1/99 6:05:23 AM Pacific Standard Time, Genny1 writes:
<< Hi Diana: Would you be so kind as to check your CD for Colgate or Colegate? I don't have a
first name at this point, but looking for parents or grandparents of William Ellsworth Colgate or Colegate who came to Tennessee from Brookeville, Franklin County, TN, and I don't know a time frame for when the Colgate/Colegate family arrived there or where they came from. Thank you very much.....Nancy Goodman in TN >>

Sorry to say I didn't find a William Ellsworth Colgate in the index. There were a few COLEGATE's in Franklin County Indiana in 1860 but not in Brookville.
I may be able to help you locate possible parents for him if I have an estimated BD for William....
Diana
Subj: Check out http://members.aol.com/gedsearch/migrate.htm Date: 2/6/99
American Migration Trail
http://members.aol.com/gedsearch/migrate.htm
Subj: Check out surname searches genealogy search engines Date: 2/6/99|
surname searches  - genealogy search engines
http://www.angelfire.com/ks/windshipgenhelp/search.html
Subj: Check out Historical Marker Matching Records Date: 2/6/99
Historical Marker Matching Records- Indiana
http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/Tango/ihbmarkers/markers.qry?function=search&start=1
Subj: Franklin Co (Indiana) historian Date: 2/6/99

FRANKLIN COUNTY (Indiana)
MARTHA SHEA
FRANKLIN COUNTY HISTORIAN
650 EAST 8TH STREET
BROOKVILLE, IN 47012
Home Phone: 765/647-5182


Subj: Check out Indiana State Library Date: 2/6/99
Indiana State Library
http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/
Subj: Check out MARRIAGE INDEX (Indiana)  Date: 2/6/99
MARRIAGE INDEX (Indiana)
http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/indiana/genealogy/mirr.html

Subj: Check out Results of Search/Holliday   Date: 2/6/99
Results of Search for Holliday

http://199.8.200.90:591/FMPro


Subj: Check out Indiana Biography Index Overview Date: 2/6/99
Indiana Biography Index Overview
http://199.8.200.90:591/ibioverview.html
Subj: Check out Search Database Date: 2/7/99
Search Database
http://162.114.197.36/agencies/treasury/search.htm
Subj: Cocke Co., TN Date: 2/7/99
From: lizblack@worldnet.att.net (Elizabeth King Black)
To: Genny1@aol.com
In changing systems I have lost the web address for Cocke Co. genealogy. Do you have it? I am researching the Allen family in Cocke Co., and have also info on Nichols, Holland, etc.
Liz King Black
Subj: Ellen Larner, born 1861 Tennessee Date: 2/7/99
From: keo@nothnbut.net (K. Edward O'Donnell)
Reply-to: keo@nothnbut.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am stumped at the 1910 Federal Census--the E.D. portion of the record was incorrectly transcribed so I can't find out if her parents were immigrants or citizens of the US. She married Thomas J. Murphy and had two children in Kentucky(1184, 1887) and five in Wisconsin(January,1890 and on). Larner doesn't appear to be Irish and there aren't many Irish Catholics in Tennessee. All relatives who might know more have all died.
Any suggestions? Thank you.
Subj: Colegate Date: 2/7/99

BOND, COLEGATE, GRAHAM, GRIMES, JOHNSTON, MCFALL, WHEELER posted by Harvey W.Grimes on Sunday, October 20, 1996

I am descended from Peter BOND, Benjamin WHEELER, Richard COLEGATE, and Thomas JOHNSTON. My 3rd great grandparents were Barnet Johnston and Jane Thomas,married in Belair,April 1791.They migrated to Washington Co.,PA c1800.Jane Thomas was d/o William Thomas and Ann Colegate.I need parents and siblings of William.After William died,Ann married James Ward.I need parents and siblings of James. Wiliam and Ann also had daughter,Hannah,married to Charles MCFALL Would also like any info on any GRIMES or GRAHAM family. I would gladly exchange info ewith anyone interested in these lines.
Thank You.

Harvey W.Grimes
Email: HGrimes570@aol.com

Posted Query on Sunday, October 20, 1996 for surname(s) BOND, COLEGATE, GRAHAM, GRIMES, JOHNSTON, MCFALL, WHEELER


Subj: Check out 1600s Ancestor's Data Base, colonial ancestors, 1600s Genealogy
Date: 2/8/99
1600s Ancestor's Data Base, colonial ancestors, 1600s Genealogy
http://home.cdsnet.net/~xymox/index.html
America's first families
Subj: Check out Intel Web Page Wizard   Date: 2/8/99
Intel Web Page Wizard - Strictly by Name
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hollow/2972/
Subj: Seth Petty-Pool and Lucretia Winfield
Date: 2/8/99
From: redstart@webtv.net (Lillian Mcdiarmid)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Subject had five children. They, supposedly moved to Wilson Co., Tennessee in the early 1820's, I am searching for their child Nancy Tucker who married Henry Reece Bailey. Their other children were, Sally, Martha, Robert and Armistead LaFayette Petty-Pool. Do you have any information on this family? Any information would be appreciated.
Thank you and God Bless.
Subj: Check out Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report:
Date: 2/8/99
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of Thomas Ligon
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/l/a/James-V-Clark/GENE3-0002.html
Subj: Check out Colgate Family Genealogy Forum Date: 2/9/99
Colgate Family Genealogy Forum
http://genforum.familytreemaker.com/colgate/

Subj: Kinchen Freeman Date: 2/9/99
From: mpfreeman@home.com (Mark Freeman)
To: genny1@aol.com

2/9/99

Dear Ms. Goodman,

...Thank you for looking at my data on Kinchen Freeman. I have reams of data, but the following is a "thumbnail sketch" outline:

I. Rutherford Co. court minutes Kinchen is mentioned in disputes and sales transactions in Jul. 1811, Jul. 1812, Jul. 1813, Jan. 1814, and Jan. 1815.

II. Tennesseeans in the War of 1812 Kinchen is listed as a private.

III. Seminole(FL) War Kinchen is listed as a private in the First TN Mounted Militia.

IV. Kinchen's Family Kinchen's wife was a full-blooded Cherokee. There was a picture of her in her tribal regalia that got destroyed in a fire. I believe her maiden name was Mae Phifer. We believe that Kinchen was born 1770-1780 and that his wife was born 1780-1790. We also believe that they were married in North Carolina around 1800. They had 2 sons, Robert and Henry, whose birthdays are unknown. They had a daughter, Lizzie (b. circa 1810), who married James Newman. They had another daughter, Patsey b. circa 1803), who married Jeremiah Odell. They had another son, Daniel Marshall (b. circa 1815), who married Margaret Hayley in 1836. He is my ancestor. He also had 4 other wives after her!

V. TN Census Data (1) Rutherford Co. 1810 1 M 0-10 2 F 0-10-- Patsey and Lizzie? 1 F 10-61 1 F 16-26--Mae 1 M 16-26 1 M 26-45--Kinchen (2) Rutherford Co. 1820 There is no Kinchen mentioned. I wonder if he was fighting in one of the Seminole Wars. There is a Robert, though. I wonder if he was considered head of the household. (3) Rutherford Co. 1830 (Actually, I could never find a Rutherford Co. census for this year. This is the TN census.) 1 M 0-5 1 F 5-10 1 M 10-15 1 F 10-15 1 M 15-20 1 F 40-50-- Mae 1 M 50-60-- Kinchen

I have no records of Kinchen beyond 1830. We hired a genealogist in North Carolina(Rosemary Richardson) who found a Kinchen in Franklin Co. NC in 1800. She believed that this was "our" Kinchen who moved to Rutherford Co. in TN. It would help if we could find any record of his marriage, or if we could find who came with him to TN. I wonder if any records from the war of 1812 or from the Seminole Wars would be of benefit. It would also be nice to know of any other records of Kinchen's life in Rutherford Co.

I realize that you are a very busy person, and I appreciate any guidance that you can provide. I am quite willing to pay you (or some other experienced genealogist) for your work. Thank you very much.

Mark Freeman 640 Hill Rd Brentwood, TN 37027

Home 615-371-8898 Work 615-329-5503 mpfreeman@home.com


Subj: Check out Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home...    Date: 2/9/99
Click here: Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home...
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/b/u/r/Gregory-R-Burton/BOOK-0001/0012-0006.html#IND13080REF27
Subj: Check out Time after Time, Vol. 1, No. 5 Date: 2/10/99
Time after Time, Vol. 1, No. 5
http://users.magnus1.com/everette/tat1_5.html

Subj: Check out Time After Time Date: 2/10/99
Time After Time
http://users.magnus1.com/everette/tat.html
Subj: Check out Jefferson County INDIANA Cemeteries
Indiana: Jefferson County Cemeteries
http://www.seidata.com/~bhoggatt/ruth/ingenweb/jeff/cemetery.html

Subj: Check out Tracking Your Tennessee Roots Date: 2/10/99
From: Genny1
To: TYR Lisa

Tracking Your Tennessee Roots
http://members.aol.com/TYR Lisa/tyrtenn.htm

Hi Lisa....
Checking out your web pages and noticed the county name was spelled wrong for CHEATHAM on the above page (in the map at top of page).....it is shown as CHATHAM (which is a NC county)..... Great looking pages.....
My web pages are at: GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE http://members.aol.com/genny1/index.html
I will put a link to your pages when I get back in to edit my links page at: http://members.aol.com/genny1/genweb.html
Nancy Goodman in TN


Subj: Check out Tennessee Genealogy Date: 2/10/99
Tennessee Genealogy
http://members.amaonline.com/nrogers/tn.htm
Subj: Check out The History of Robertson County TN/Crockett
Date: 2/10/99
The History of Robertson County (Goodspeed)
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/goodspeed/robertson/history.html

In 1788 Samuel Crockett built a block-house or fort on the place where his son, Capt. M. D. Crockett, now lives. This served as a defense in times of danger for all those who had settled in that neighborhood. The Indians finally became so troublesome that the women and children were sent away to the stronger forts, while the men remained to [p.831] look after the crops. With all the precautions taken by the community, a young lady, a daughter of Thomas Norris, was killed by the Indians, and Patrick Martin was wounded. Besides those mentioned the following persons settled in this vicinity and to the southwest of it: Benjamin Nail, Joseph Martin, Thomas Martin, Henry Frey, George Williams, George Murphy, Thomas Jamison, Julius Justice, James and Hardy Bryant and Thomas Holmes. In the same year that Crockett located, the Forts formed a settlement on the north side of Red River, not far from where Adams Station now is. Others who found homes in this part of the county within the next few years were John and James Johnson, Thomas and James Gunn, Corbin Hall, Jesse Gardner, Isaac Menees, Jeremiah and Benjamin Batts and John Bell. Thomas and Henry Johnson, John and Benjamin McIntosh, Anderson, Archer, Edward and John B. Cheatham, William and Jonathan Huddleston, Richard Crunk, Martin Duncan, John Edwards, Joseph Hardaway and Jacob McCarty all settled in what is now the Ninth Civil District previous to 1795.

The county was so named in honor of Gen. James Robertson, the founder of the Cumberland settlements. William Johnson, Sr., James Norfleet, John Young, John Donelson and Samuel Crockett were appointed locating commissioners to fix the seat of justice. By an act passed April 20, 1796......

From 1812 to 1815 the county furnished its full quota for service in the Indian wars and against the British in New Orleans. The enlistments were mostly for only a few months' service, although many enlisted two or three times. A company of mounted infantry was raised by Capt. John Crane, of which James Cook was first lieutenant, and Josiah D. Hudelston second lieutenant. Among the privates of this company were John Ferguson, John Duncan; Alexander, Benjamin and James Rawls; William, John, James and Nathaniel Crockett; Matthew Morris, Daniel Clark, Samuel Farmer, Patrick Martin and William Mansco.


Subj: Check out The History of Robertson County TN/Phillips  Date: 2/10/99
The History of Robertson County (Goodspeed)

http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/goodspeed/robertson/history.html

The county court began its first session July 18, 1796, at the house of Jacob McCarty. The magistrates who were present and took the oath of office were William Fort, William Miles, Benjamin Menees, Isaac Phillips, Bazel Boren, Martin Duncan, John Phillips, Zebulon Hart and James Crabtree. William Fort was chosen chairman, and Thomas Johnson clerk.

The original site for the town of Springfield was obtained from Thomas Johnson and Archer Cheatham. The town was soon after laid off into lots, containing seventy-seven square rods. These were sold at a uniform price of $8 each. The first purchasers were Archer Cheatham, William Lusk, George Bell, Archer Cheatham, Jr., John Phillips, Thomas Johnson, Richard Mathews, Robert Curry, Joseph Pankey, Charles Simmons, John Hutchison, Joseph Wray, John Cheatham, Jacob Young, Lucy Parker and Thomas Stewart.

Black Jack is a small village in the northern part of the county. It was located by Mr. Phillips in 1848, when he built a store-house and dwelling. There are two mercantile firms now doing business there--Samuels & King and Mr. True. Drs. Moore and Brodie are the physicians, ...


Subj: Check out The History of Robertson CountyTN/CP church Date: 2/10/99
The History of Robertson County (Goodspeed)
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/goodspeed/robertson/history.html

The first paper published in the county was The Cumberland Presbyterian. It was, as its name implies, a religious weekly devoted to the interests of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. It had previously been published in Nashville, and was removed to Springfield in 1839. The editors were Rev. James Smith and Rev. D. R. Harris. At the end of six months its publication was suspended. In 1847 Grant & Ligon established The Springfield Spy, a six-column folio, devoted to the interests of the Whig party. Two years later the publication was transferred to Kirk & McNelley who changed the name to Robertson Backwoodsman, and afterward to The Springfield Intelligencer. In 1853 they sold the office to J. L. Davis who published The Dollar Weekly American until the close of 1855. During the next year The Robertson Democracy was established by Mason & Shropshire, but was suspended during the same year. In 1859 G. W. Davis & Co. began the publication of a Whig paper called The Springfield Speculator. In 1862 Morgan's cavalry took charge of the office and printed one edition of his Vidette, a war sheet. In a few weeks thereafter a command of Federal troops took posession of the town, and learning that Morgan had used the office, broke the press, and threw the type, etc., out of the second story window. In April, 1866, M. V. Ingram and Archer Thomas, under the firm name of M. V. Ingram & Co. established The Robertson Register, a little folio only fourteen by eighteen inches in size. In October 1868, Ingram removed the material to Clarksville, Tenn., leaving Thomas with a small job office. April 16, 1869, the first number of The Springfield Record was issued by Thomas Bros. who continued its publication until 1881 when B. F. Thomas withdrew leaving Archer Thomas as sole editor and proprietor. March 6, 1882, his office with all its contents was burned. With characteristic energy, Mr. Thomas immediately procured a new outfit, and on March 23 The Record appeared again. In November, 1883, he sold the office to the Record Publishing Company, but on April 1, 1885, repurchased it, and is now sole proprietor. The Record is Democratic in politics, has a large circulation and exerts a wide influence.

The Cumberland Presbyterian Church has five organizations in Robertson County. Mt. Sharon Church was organized in 1824, the elders being Samuel Crockett, Shadrach Rawls and --- Houston. Among the other members were Benjamin, James, Joseph, Nancy and Sally Rawls, Nancy and Polly Parker, and Mary Binkley. John Beard, Eli and William Guthrie administered to the congregation in its early years. The church at Springfield was organized about 1837, the elders and trustees being Richard C. Cheatham, Benjamin Rawls, Daniel Clark, John Adams and William Seal. The present brick church was erected about 1839. McKissick Cumberland Presbyterian Church was organized about 1860 by W. J. McKissick, Dr. House and Richard Clayton, with twenty-five or thirty members, who have since increased to about forty. Their place of worship is a frame house built upon land donated by Mr. McKissick. Mt. Denson is the only other church of this denomination in the county.


Subj: Check out TNGenWeb, Goodspeed's History of Tennessee Date: 2/10/99
TNGenWeb, Goodspeed's History of Tennessee
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/goodspeed/index.html
Subj: Check out Goodspeed history, Cheatham Co, TN/Crockett Date: 2/10/99
Goodspeed
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tncheath/goodspeedh.html
William Crocket and J. B. De Munbreun were among the earliest settlers on Marrowbone Creek.
Subj: Check out Stewart County Deed Book C 1789- (Phillips entries)
Date: 2/10/99

Stewart County Deed Book C 1789-1818
Robert Cooper, Clerk, Thomas Clements, Register
Extracts courtesy of James Long.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnstewar/deedc.htm

14 Mann Phillips to Robert Phillips, negro boy Charles (age 7) for $200; 10 Nov 1808

16 Mann Phillips to William Dunbar, 158.75 acres for $150 on Collendar's Ck., adj. Thomas Callender; wit: Samuel A. Smith, Joshua Williams, Veny Turner; 5 Feb 1809

73 Mann Phillips to William Phillips, 290.25a for $1000, on Callender’s Creek of Cumberland River, adj. Faulkner Elliott, William Dunbar; 10 Nov 1808

80 State of TN #647 to Mann Phillips, assignee of Evan Hooks, 1000a on Callender’s Creek, on N side of Cumberland River, adj. Thomas Callender; grant was a duplicate of NC warrant #2973 (27 Sep 1803); 18 Nov 1808

88 Mann Phillips to Faulkner Elliott, 100a for $200, on N side of Cumberland River, adj. Thomas Callender, Mann Phillips; part of Phillips’ 1000a grant; 21 Apr 1809

95 Mann Phillips to Rachel Elliott and Ranson Elliott, “heirs of Lewis Elliott, dec’d.”, 100a for $200, on Callender’s Creek, adj. William Dunbar, Lewis, Faulkner Elliott, Callender; part of Mann Phillips’ 1000a grant; 24 Apr 1809

164 Silas Vinson to Josiah Outland, 50a for $50 on Crockett’s Creek, S side of Cumberland River, adj. Samuel Crockett; wit: John Acree, John Jones; 5 Oct 1809

342 Mann Phillips to Reuben Elliott, 200.5a for $480, on Callender’s Creek on the N side of Cumberland River, adj. William Dunbar, Phillip Hall; 31 Jul 1818


Subj: Colegate Date: 2/10/99 1:30:33 PM Central Standard Time
From: sixkids@amaonline.com (Ritchie)
Reply-to: sixkids@amaonline.com (Ritchie)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I received your e-mail on the Colgate family. This is exciting you're the first person who has contacted me. I have just recently put on research on my computer and I have so much to learn yet.
The info. that I have is as follows:
Prudence Colegate married John Talbott born ca 1703. The date of marrage is Feb 17, 1723 in All Hollows Parish, Baltimore. Father of Prudence is Col. Richard Colegate b.Oct. 18, 1674 in Kent, England. Married Rebecca Herbert Aug. 5, 1707. Rebecca was born 1706 or 1707.

Col. Richard Colegate settled in Baltimore County as early as July 31, 1697. He seems to have owned a great deal of land and was active in local and colonial politics.

This information I received through a my Grandmother. Which got me started in genealogy. The original papers were memographed and were from Lois (a cousin of my grandmothers) who was excepted into the D.A.R. though this research. I have been wanting to contact someone about seeing if I could get the family charts and so forth. Her D.A.R. national number is129690. I hope that this helps you out. I'll dig around some more and see if I can find anything else that might help. Look forward in future communications.
Gary Ritchie


Subj: Robertson County TN 1820 census
Date: 2/11/99

1820.htm at home.earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~howardorjeff/1820.htm


Subj: GREEN'S FROM TENN. Date: 2/11/99
From: NuSong@gvn.net (Lenny Green)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am searching for any infor on the parents of these GREEN children born in Tenn from 1860 to 1875: Jerry Virgis, Margaret Dovie, Mary, Marshal Martin, Malisse Norabell, Elijah, and Bethel. These were all brothers and sisters, probably born in Obion Co. to NC parents. Any leads appreciated.
Thank you,
Lenny Green
Subj: Re: Phillips Date: 2/11/99
From: sherll@rollanet.org (Kenny Sherrill)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hello again! I sent copies of our exchanges to my sister-in-law who lives near my father-in-law so she could print them out for him. Here are his thoughts (in his own words):

I am very interested in this inquiry. I would like to contact both her (Genny1@aol.com)and the lady that she graduated with from Erin school.

Sarah Phillips, I believe was from Houston Co. The Winters were already in Houston (or Stewart) Co(s) When George Winters and Sarah C. Phillips were married (1880) They lived in Houston Co. in 1880-1885. I am interested in her line of Phillips. George Winters [had] two daughters, (by a previous wife) that married Brakes. (these were my grandfather's [half]sisters. 1. Mattie Winters: she was the daughter of George Winters and Ann K. Beaver-she was born in 1850. She married the Rev. Thomas Brake. I don't have the info at hand, but I am sure they are buried in the Winters-Moseley Cemetery in stewart Co. George Winters was a baptist minister. 2.Nancy Winters: she was the daughter of George winters and Ann K. Beaver.George and Ann were married , 3-7-1849 in Stewart Co. Nancy was born 1852 Nancy married the Reverend Clark Brake.

If you are in Hendersonville, TN There was a Reverend Herman Clyde Brake there a few years ago. I believe he is descended from Mattie Winters and Thomas Brake.

(Sarah C. Phillips may not have been from Houston Co, but probably would have been close to Houston Co.)

Is Linda Rye the daughter of Ryman A. Brake, (married Francis Horner)

(the Winters-Moseley Cemetery is by Carlisle TN.)

[Me again] here is my father-in-laws address. Could you give it to Linda Rye for me? I am sure he'd love to speak with her.

Marion Winters Route13 Box 86 Poplar Bluff MO 63901

(573)785-0070

ps-I knew the name Ralph Winters had sounded familiar-I have a book he wrote called:"Historical Sketches of the Winters family of Middle Tennessee, part I"-a fascinating book.


Subj: Colegate Date: 2/11/99
From: Lindathom
To: Genny1
My line starts with Prudence COLEGATE born in 1706, Baltimore Co., MD then - Richard COLEGATE born 1674, England Robert COLEGATE born 1652, England John COLEGATE born in 1626.
I don't have very much on the line only in Maryland and England.
Linda RUSSELL Thompson
Subj: Re: [WEAKLEY-ROBERT-L] Samuel Anderson Weakley
Date: 2/12/99
From: eoakes@blueridge.net (Elaine Oakes)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I looked on-line at the Tennessee State Library and Archives index and they have a folder of "Weakley, Samuel Anderson, Papers ca 1700-1968", File #1330. This sounds like what my grandmother described. Thanks for the suggestion, and if you are close enough and interested that is the place to look.
Elaine Oakes

-----Original Message-----
From: Genny1@aol.com <Genny1@aol.com>
To: WEAKLEY-ROBERT-List
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 1999
Subject: [WEAKLEY-ROBERT-L] Samuel Anderson Weakley
><<< Elaine Oakes <eoakes@blueridge.net> wrote......
>..........One question or comment about SAW -- according to information we had
>from my grandmother (since given to cousins who were researching the family), >there was a handwritten Weakley document on file in one of the libraries in >Nashville, and my aunt and mother were supposedly listed when they were born >(over 80 years ago). Was SAW working on it that long ago, or did he complete >an existing record? >> >

>I cannot address the above question, however, SAW was a graduate of Vanderbilt >University, if I am not mistaken, in 1910, and there is a collection of some >of his papers, and manuscript in the Jean & Alexander Heard Library at >Vanderbilt University in Nashville. I have tried to contact people at the >library there to find out what is contained in the collection there, but so >far, have had no success.
Nancy Goodman in TN >
Subj: Wilson County Cemeteries Date: 2/12/99
From: SETraveler
To: Genny1
Hi Nancy,
I host a web page for the USGW Project called Tennessee Tombstone Transcription Project Pages. The URL of the page is at
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tenn.html
I would like to get permission from you to link to your Wilson County Cemetery Listings that you have online.
If this would be alright with you, please let me know. Mitzi Freeman TN Tombstone Transcription Project Manager
Subj: Check out Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Internet ... Date: 2/12/99
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: Internet Family Finder
http://www.familytreemaker.com/ifftop.html
Subj: Check out Re: Descendants of William Freeman
Date: 2/13/99
Click here: Re: Descendants of William Freeman
Subj: Colgate
Date: 2/13/99

Monongalia County WV Queries on Rootsweb

Pearce/Lynch

Posted by Emolene Lynch <nanny@eurekanet.com> on Fri, 27 Nov 1998, in response to LINCH, LAYMAN, JENKINS, posted by Wadyne Bussey Lindberg on Thu, 26 Nov 1998

Surnames: Ltnch, Pearce, Jenkins, Layman

Nancys parents,were in Fayette,Co.Pa.Phillip & Mary. He had a will in Springhill Township. John Lynch (Rev.war) was son of Patrick & born in NJ. John's son married Catharine Jenkins d/o Capt.Wm. Jenkins.went to Franklin,Co.Ind.


Subj: 2-14-99 George Leonard Date: 2/14/99
From: chaviland@hotmail.com (cindy haviland)
To: genny1@aol.com
My name is Cindy Haviland I am trying to find some informatiom on George Leonard. He was born June 12,1900, I think in NewYork, and died in Knox county Knoxville, Tennessee. George was my granfather's father. I have been trying to find an obituary or anything that would help me out, I'm not having much luck. If you can provide me with anything it would be grately appreciated. Thanks for your time. My email address is: chaviland@hotmail.com Thanks again, Cindy Haviland

Subj: Thomas and Robert Edwards Date: 2/14/99
From: joane336@prodigy.net (Joan Edwards)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am searching for any info on Thomas and Robert Edwards. they came from either Wales or Liverpool in a cattleboat sometime around 1860. Can find a little info on Thomas, but none on Robert. Thomas was my ggrandfather. My grandfather was Joseph Edwards, married Lilly Johnson. As far as I know, they all lived in Bristol, Tn., but there is a problem because half of Bristol is in Tn., and the other half is in Va. I appreciate any info. Thanks. E-mail address joane336@prodigy.com. Joan Edwards
Subj: Re: Wilson County Cemeteries Date: 2/15/99
From: SETraveler
To: Genny1
Hi Nancy,
I have the links up online. Good thing that you had the tombstone pages bookmarked, because I realised later that I sent you the wrong URL. I'm sorry.
I put Sperry Cemetery and the Gleaves Cemetery in the Davidson County Pages and the rest of the cemeteries in the Wilson County pages. If I need to move any of the links, let me know.

Sheila McFadden had sent me copies of the Gleaves Cemetery some time ago. So I have two links up for this cemetery, one to the text file in the archives and the other to your web page.

Thank you so much for allowing me to add these links. I now have a page for Wilson County. Mitzi

In a message dated 2/12/99 11:52:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, Genny1 writes:
> Hi Mitzi and thanks for the note....I had bookmarked the Tombstone > Transcription page and had intended to submit the information but just hadn't > gotten around to it... > Please do so, as I am sure the participants who have submitted the > information for me to post will be happy to have it linked to your site.... > and if you will let me know when you have it posted, I will let them know.> And there are some Davidson County, TN cemeteries included....some are > perhaps on the borders between the two counties. > Nancy Goodman in TN


Subj: Check out Cemetery Registration-Wilson County,Tennessee Date: 2/15/99
Cemetery Registration-Wilson County,Tennessee
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/tennessee/wilson.html
Subj: John Gambill Date: 1/18/99
From: Cheasa@aol.com
To: Genny1
Mamie, I am a descendant of John Gambill through Keziah and Wiley Bennett. Have information. Will share.
Teresa
Subj: Re: From Prodigy?? Date: 1/19/99
From: charlea@arkansas.net (Charlotte H Alexander)
Reply-to: charlea@arkansas.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy,
Sure is .... don't have much time for the research these days ...
... Say, do you still put out the Goodman newsletter? If so, please send information.
Thanks,
Charlotte Hearn Alexander in Little Rock >>
Subj: Re: from Nancy Goodman Date: 1/19/99
From: Shrun@aol.com
To: Genny1
In a message dated 99-01-19 09:12:15 EST, you write:
<< Hi Sharon!!
Haven't heard from you lately and wanted to see what's going on with you....Me, I'm still adding to my web pages.....got over 120 pages now....still have some of your Goodman queries on my query pages.... Just wanted to say Howdy.... NancyG in TN >>

Hi Nancy,
It has been awhile, and thanks for your message! Well, I have moved to GA (just outside of Macon) since I last spoke to you. It's a big switch from southern CA, ...
Thank goodness for email, it makes it so much easier to stay in touch.
Thanks for keeping my Goodman queries alive!
I still have not found out what happened to those folks. Family members say that they remained in the Maury Co., TN area, so I guess I'll just have to break down and go through the census page by page since they sure aren't in the index there. I would love to find descendants of those Goodmans, as then I would have all 3 of the Jernigan children in my great-great grandfather's family traced...
My new contact info:
Sharon Tingley 3016 Woodstone Circle Lizella, GA 31052 (912) 935-9056
Thanks a bunch!
Sharon >>
Subj: Mullins Date: 1/21/99
From: Genny1 To: buckwheat.mullins@worldnet.att.net
CC: Genny1
Hi Mary
Wondered if you have anything on a Green Mullins in Smith County TN...in 1880 census he was listed at age 35.... If you have anything that might indicate this Green Mullins is connected to yours, I would like to know.. thanks,
Nancy Goodman in TN
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2 May 1998 Green B. Mullins I'm interested in finding a Green B. Mullins born in NC ~1781 and his ancestors. I don't know who his parents were. I do know who he married and his children forward to me. If you have any insight, I would like to chat. Thanks, Mary Mullins buckwheat.mullins@worldnet.att.net >>
Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] re:Hunts and Gowers Date: 2/15/99
From: Mizwhit@aol.com
To: TNCHEATH-List
Catherine, I've checked my list and have most ot the names you mentioned. But I have followed a different sibling in both cases. HUNT James Hunt Sr and Mary Rackley had your William and also son John, born 24 May 1781 NC, he married Elizabeth Bryant, abt 1819; their child Dicy Ann Hunt,b 1823, m George W Shaw abt 1843; Their Child Thomas J Shaw, m. Rebecca L Murff; Their Son George Shaw married Lucy Ann Teasley; Their dau. Annie Shaw married D. Fox. The FOX family is the one I am working on now. They married into the Whitworth family by a sister of my GG Grandfather.

James Hunt Sr and Mary Rackley also had a daughter named Lucy who married John Teasley, born 1755, They had a son John W Teasley Sr. b. 28 Dec 1788, who married Mary Hunter, in NC; Their child John W Teasley Jr. m Sarah Nicholson b. 1825; Their son Louis Scott Teasley married Melivina Tennessee ? Their dau. Leila Bell Teasley m. James Bailey BASFORD; I am tracing all Basford lines in this area. My greatgrandmother was Rebecca Lou Basford. The dau. of Zachariah Basford of Robertson, Cheatham Co.

I have a little information on the parrents of James Hunt Sr above. >Henry, William>William>William. If you need more specific information I will send it (but it is not my research)

GOWER: Now as for the Gowers, again we trace a different sibling. I have a Abel Gower Sr. who died in Davidson Co 1780. He came to TN on Donaldson flatboat. You list him as the II, I do not have his parents. I do have my Abel married to Mary ?, You have Mary Robertson, sister to James; I have the children of Abel Sr and Mary as the following: Russel, Charles, Engley, (m. Russell),Obedience, Elizabeth, Matthew,Able JR, David, and Nancy (m Moss).

If their son Russell is your Rev. Russel who went to MO. we are still on the right track. BUT you have Russell's son listed as Robert born 1717, this is much to early a date for my Russel to have, to be your Russell. Also I do not have a Robert listed as a Child of Russell unless it is James who is listed as James R. Gower. I have Russel married to Charlotte ?. Their children were, Wilson, Joseph, Charlotte, Abel III, Nancy, Samuel (m. Koen), Elisha (m Patterson), William, (m. Crutchfield), James R. (m Evans)

Wilson L above, son of Russell was born 1793, on Gower Island, in Davidson Co TN He married Charlotte Baird, 1812 and 2nd, Lucinda Page. 1820. Thier Children where. James Wilson, William, Shursey, Ephriam, Hiram, Larkin,(m Grimes.

James Wilson Gower was a Free Will Baptist Minister and was married to Milly Head, the brother of George Head who was also a Free Will Baptist Minister. James and George and others were the founders of HEAD'S FREE WILL BAPTIST Church in Robertson Co. in the Gause Community. George Head gave the land , thus the Name "Head's" I descend from the Head family. George is a brother to my Hugh Head who were both sons of Robert Head It just so happens that I grew up in Head's Church and later became a Free Will Baptist minister now serving in Florida.

I Have much more information on the lines of the Gowers. They married into my Head's several more times. The Wilson Gower bible is now in the Lib. of Head's Church and I used it along with Wilson Gower decendant information as well as other records to create this data. If you can use any of this and correct any I would appreciate it.

Hope to hear from you soon,
Jerry Whitworth
Chipley FL.

Catherine wrote:
Jerry , Thank you for getting back to me , I have just a little information on both those lines . My Hunt line is one I have had trouble with for years , James Hunt Sr. & Mary Rackley Hunt had William Nov. 1768 and I don,t have much information on him . He M; Frances (Franky) Lewis and had Mathew B;1813 (have nothing hardly on him ) The 1850 Robertson Co.(later Cheatham Co) census is the only information I have . He M: a French lady , Sampion Lesseldine F. Hudgins , (and you wrote) My Gower line was some of the first settling in Robertson Co. The oldest I have is Mary Robertson M; Abel Gower II (she was sister of James Robertson , who also M; a Gower , Abel,s sister ) but I don,t have much information on them . Abel,s son was Rev. Russell Gower , his son Robert Gower B; 1717 have practically nothing on ) and there dau; Frances (Franky) Gower who m; Jacob Sanders and settled in Williamson Co. Il. If you have any information on these families sure would like to hear from you.
Catherine


Subj: Weakley file   Date: 2/15/99
From: eoakes@blueridge.net (Elaine Oakes)
To: Genny1@aol.com (Nancy Goodman)
Yes, you may quote the information about the SAW folder at the Tennessee State Library and Archives -- possibly better if you can add the exact location on line. I went to Rootsweb, then Tennessee, and then Resources (I think -- something like that), and didn't make a note of the direct link. If you didn't find it I can look again. And I have no idea what is actually in the file, just that it is supposed to be there.
My great-grandparents were Isaac Dortch Brunson and Harriet Nichol Weakley (daughter of Robert Locke Weakley and Evelina Belmont Morford). Their children were Evelina Belmont (5/5/1854-5/11/1887, husband Leon Heggie), Ashbel (11/27/1856-3/3/1944, wife Rebecca Susannah Swift, seven children), Lily Trigg (2/9/1859-9/7/1932, husbands Carleton Hunt Cammack and 2nd Robert M. Nelson), Locke Trigg (2/9/1859-5/17/1913), Lucien Hickman (5/8/1867?-12/8/1888, one son), Robert (11/3/1868-11/26/1891) and Hudson Garland (3/23/1877?-1/8/1960, wife Agnes Claudia Carter, one son did not live, two daughters living). My grandfather was the youngest, and since he moved to Florida before my aunt and my mother were born, and because of the age gap, they did not see much of their Tennessee cousins and we have lost contact. My aunt has six children, fourteen grandchildren, and four (I think) great-grandchildren. I have a sister and two nieces. I could list the children of my great-uncle Ashbel and their birthdates (it is barely possible that the youngest might still be living), plus some husbands names but not another generation. Some of their descendents are probably still in the Clarksville area.
If you are trying to list the later generations, I can add the rest of my information.
Elaine Oakes
Subj: need help !!!!!   Date: 2/15/99
From: Woodcftr1 @aol.com
To: Genny1
Hello Genny,
I writing for a friend and long lost cousin he is Bill Haguewood and lives in Calif. he has been trying to find info on his GGf he knows that his GF came from east Tenn and moved to Mo about 1820,his GF was James Madison Haguewood and if you can help we would greatly appreciate it you can reach him at wahjjh@aol.com......thanks for youwork we do appreciate the work of people like you who go through all the bother just so we can find our relatives that made us what we are.......Tim Haguewood
Subj: Information, please. Date: 2/15/99
From: Waldonhaus @aol.com
To: Genny1
Hello
I am wondering if you can answer a question for me regarding the Wilson County Archives which is mentioned on the Wilson Co, TN, web page. Exactly what is this archives? Is it more like the courthouse records, or more like a library?

(A subscriber to the Wilson Co List, "Bob," sent me your email address when I asked these questions of him.)

Carolynn Waldon
Ripon, CA


Subj: Wiley family history Date: 2/15/99
http://www.ela-iet.com/mwc2.htm

Subj: TN Genealogy Date: 2/16/99
From: ducky@cyberhighway.net (debbie)
To: genny1@aol.com ('genny1@aol.com')
Hi Nancy,
I ran across your posting of COOPER & BEECH families and could not help but notice a HUTCHINS on your list. Debbie Hooper (oneofsky1@aol.com) also posted a response (we are looking for information on the same family). There was a Laura Lee Hutchins m. Andrew Jackson Gunter. Could this HUTCHINS be connected? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Deb Drake
Subj: Genealogy Date: 2/16/99
From: ducky@cyberhighway.net (debbie)
To: genny1@aol.com ('genny1@aol.com')
Hi Nancy!
I am interested in the information you have on CRANE's in your posting of COLGATE family. I am particularly interested in a Mary Polly CRANE b. ca. 1805 d. 1892. Supposedly this woman was Cherokee, that is yet to be proven. She eventually married William STEWART and had a child by the name of Anceanith (sp) Stewart b. 3/3/1832 d. 1897. If you have any information on this Crane connection or contact information please forward. Thank you
Deb Drake
Subj: TN Genealogy Date: 2/16/99
From: ducky@cyberhighway.net (debbie)
To: genny1@aol.com ('genny1@aol.com')
Genny,
I found your posting on the TN pages. I am interested in the following surnames: GUNTER, STEWART, CRANE/CRANCE, LUCAS, HARTSELL,HUTCHINS. Any leads would be greatly appreciated.
Debbie Drake
Subj: Re: Check out Index to Dekalb County History   Date: 2/16/99
From: HELynch
To: Genny1
In a message dated 99-02-16 08:26:55 EST, you write:
<< DeKalb County History Surname Index
Lynch,David198
Lynch,John190
Lynch,W. G.198
Lynch,W. S.169 >>

Do you know how we could get a copy of those pages? I know in 1837 the following signed a petition about the county lines. George L., Jack, Joseph and Isaac Lynch.
GENE
Subj: Surnames: HUSBANDS Date: 2/16/99
From: jude@lcc.net (JOHN kinney)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi,
Trying very hard to find who the parents of Wiliam Husbands b. 1778 in N.C. wife, Prudence ? They are located in Lincoln Co. Tn. Children were: Epro H. Mansfield S. b. 1797 in N. C. d. 1829 in Tn. Harman b. 1804 in N.C.m. Nancy Arnold died in Hunt Co. TX. 1866. Miles H. b.1826 in Tn. m. Elizabeth A. Gardner Rebecca E., b. 1809 m. William Scott Elvira b. 1811 m. Franklin A. Campbell in Lincoln Co. Tn. Caladonia b. 1813 m. Jackson C. Dabis in Lincoln Co. Tn. Orpha H. b. 1814 Tempa M. b. 1816 I am so far, unable to find parents of William or maiden name of wife. He was sheriff of Lincoln Co. Tn. in 1826. Story is he died October 4, 1829 coming home from Nashville, Tn. Any information on my HUSBANDS would be so appreciated. Sincerely,
Betty Husband Kinney
jude@lcc.net

Mansfield was my ggg grandfather.


Subj: Weakley family Date: 2/16/99
From: Juan3viajo@aol.com
To: Genny1
Ms. Goodman, I am researching a man named William Morrison (1757-abt 1835), who moved to western Tennessee about 1795. He was still living in Dickson County in 1835. In his petition for a Revolutionary War pension, he identified a daughter, Mary, born 1784, who had married Joshua Weakley. I am sure the marriage must have taken place in Dickson County, probably between 1800 and 1825. If you have any information on these people, I would be grateful to obtain it.

Thanks,
John Morrison


Subj: Re: Colegate Date: 2/16/99
From: deanll@webtv.net (Wadyne Lindberg)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi, Nancy,
My Colegates lived in MD from 1600's on, all descending from Col. Richard C. who immigrated from Surrey, Eng., where he was Sir Richard and had right to the family heraldry, arms, etc., Though he was a olarge land-owner in several MD counties, my last Colegate, his des. Ruth, dau. of Benjamin and Charity (Wheeler) Colgate. lived in Harford Co., MD. She m. Edward Bussey, after whose death ihn Rev. War, she moved with her children to Monongalia Co. VA and Greene Co., PA, where the land she and they bought straddled the Mason-Dixon Line dividing the 2 states. At that time, she also sold the last of land in the Colgate family since Richard's time.

About the time she moved to Monongalia (and subsequently to Trumbull Co., OH, with another son, and where she d.), other members of her Colgate and Wheeler relatives moved to the same sw PA/WVA and Ohio areas. I imagine some also moved further west as well as into states south of the Ohio R.

I did not persue any of these Colgate relatives, other than not being surprised when seeing the name crop up in those areas.

If you can locate in your neighboring libraries, or borrow it on Inter-Library Loan, you should look at the Colgate family's genealogy. It was researched and written by the Colgate family of soap and toothpaste fame. Though not of Richard's line, they came from Surrey also, in the 1840's, and were very poor, distant relatives.

According to their family genealogy book during the Civil War their hog farm, which had been a losing affair, they had turned into a tallow works and then, during the war, into the making of munitions for the Union govt. When they became wealthy, they researched and published the book on their Colgates. Having been so poor, in Surry and in MD, descendants of younger sons, they wanted to show in their book the heraldry, etc., they wre not entitlled to use. So they included Richard's branch (who was), as well as another distant line which had immigrated after Richard but before their own line. So, to make it look like they weren't just trying to cozy up to Richard's line they included data on this other bunch too.

I tell you all this so you'll be able to explore those three major lines in searching for yours. Your best bet is to look at the soap family's book. In exploring your family, withy those three separate families in mind, look at Col. Richard's descendants' given names. Also, those other two branches' descndants' names. Keeping them in mind, start working backward from your parents and grandparents, in the area where you were born and your parents, etc. Always work backward in time.

The Lynches are a hard nut to crack as there were so many different Lynch origins, some from Harford Co., MD, of old famlies there, some from NE, PA, WVA, old VA. and all over the South, from Ky to the Gulf and Atlantic states. Some were Irish, some English. There is a book about Lynch families in all those states and origins. I think it's called "Lynch Families in the Southern States". Many libraries carry it, I think. You might be able to get it, too, on Inter-Library Loan. Your Lynch family might or mjght not be in it. Good luck and happy hunting!

Wadyne

<<Date: Sun, 14 Feb 1999
To: deanll@webtv.net
From: Genny1@aol.com
Subject: Colegate
Hi:
I copied the following query of yours, and wondered about your Colegate line?
I have Colgate/Colegate......from Franklin County, Indiana to Tennessee, late 1800's or so...... thanks, Nancy Goodman in TN PS> I also have LYNCh family in Tennessee.>>

Posted by Wadyne Bussey Lindberg <deanll@webtv.net> on Fri, 27 Nov 1998

Surnames: BUSSEY, SMITH, COLEGATE, LYNCH, PEARCE

Searching for anything about Jesse and Margaret/Peggy (Smith) Bussey. Jesse's parets were Lt or Capt. Edward and Ruth (Colegate) Bussey of MD. Peggy (Smith) Bussey's father was preacher, Amos Smith, who had 7 sons in War of 1812. I would appreciate knowing about this SMITH family, who may have moved here from Harford Co., MD, from where the Busseys emigrated to Monongalia.


Subj: ENIGMA SCHOOL Date: 2/16/99
From: Bettilyn@aol.com
To: Genny1
Nancy,
I was cruising through the Smith County Site and came across your message in regarding to maybe placing some names to the faces on your photograph. My mother went to school at Enigma, and may be able to tell us who most of these people are, if not my aunt, or a couple of my uncles. I told my mother about this picture today, but forgot to take it with me. He said she believes that in 1934/35 that she, her sister, a niece, and at least one of her brothers (maybe three) were going to school there. Let me know if you are still wanting this information.
Betty Ensor Thomas
Nashville, Tennessee
Subj: James Walter Dickson Date: 2/17/99
From: jfredrck@nstar.net (JEFF FREDRICK)
To: Genny1@aol.com
James Walter DICKSON, born 09 August 1805, in Amherst Co. VA, died? married Martha POPE, born 30 November 1807, in Grandville Co. NC, died ? Two questions: Was James Walter DICKSON the son of Enoch DICKSON, born 8 April 1776-died before 02 February 1841 and Juriah Wood(dates unknown) who were living in Rutherford Co. TN by 1830? Was the son of James Walter DICKSON, James Enoch DICKSON/Enoch DICKSON Jr., born 17 February 1833 and died after 1873, and Mary Elizabeth BRYAN born 29 April 1833 and died 22 May, 1884? Thank you in advance for any help.

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THOMPSON, DIANA ROBERTS GENEALOGICAL COLLECTION 1750-1970 Processed by: Cathi Carmack Archives & Manuscripts Unit Technical Services Section Accession Number: 93-032 Location: XIV-L-2 Date Completed: 5-20-93 Microfilm Accession Number: 1393

INTRODUCTION The Diana Roberts Thompson Genealogical Collection is centered around genealogical research compiled by Rebecca Starley Roberts. Family names included are Avary, Childress, Connally, Forbes, Kirksey, Lane, Rakestraw, and Starley. The donor is Diana Roberts Thompson, Nashville, Tennessee. The collection occupies 1.00 cubic feet of shelf space and numbers approximately 600 items. Single photocopies of unpublished writings in the Diana Roberts Thompson Genealogical Collection may be made for purposes of scholarly research.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Diana Roberts Thompson Genealogical Collection, 1750-1970, is centered around the family tree of Rebecca Starley Roberts. The collection includes information on the family names of Avary, Childress, Connally, Forbes, Kirksey, Lane, Rakestraw, and Starley. The genealogical research covers Texas, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

The collection primarily consists of research notes, charts, and correspondence, although it also includes some historical documents, both originals and copies. A large part of the research was done to prepare for D.A.R. membership; applications and supporting documentation are, therefore, also included. Box 2, folder 8 contains a special set of research papers submitted to Rebecca Starley Roberts by genealogist Katherine W. Ewing. This research focuses on the Tennessee counties of Knox, Maury, Lawrence, and Giles, and is largely taken from the county records and federal census returns.

CONTAINER LIST
Box Number 1 1. Avary family 2. Childress family 3. Connally family 4. Connally family 5. Forbes family 6. Forbes family 7. Kirksey family

Box Number 2 1. Kirksey family 2. Lane family 3. Rakestraw family 4. Rakestraw family 5. Starley family 6. Starley family 7. D.A.R. Lineage--Supporting documents 8. Tennessee County research 9. Lineage charts


Subj: Mullins Geneology Date: 2/17/99
From: RMPAMACK@aol.com
To: Genny1

File: MULL98.DOC (22016 bytes) DL Time (57600 bps): < 1 minute

Hi; I do not recall if i sent this to you before.
Regards Mack


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From: swall@icx.net (swall)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi,
I am looking for a "Willa Dean Cates". My father was adopted in Roane County, Tennessee 1950.
Thank you for your time,
Von
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COGGIN Family; Holy Bible; 792 pp.; printed 1824 by E. White, New York; published by Kimber and Sharpless, Phila.; stained pages, covers excellent; family entries for James Coggins, b 16 Jan 1759 and Rachal, his wife, b 18 Jan 1754; children: Jesse 1778, Isac 1779, Abigail 1782, Jonathan 1784, David 1787, Joseph 1788, Rachel 1790, James 1792, Benjamin 1795, Nathan 1797 and Paskiel 1799; found Westerville, Ohio 09 Mar 1996.


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From: CMORGAN26 @aol.com
To: Genny1
Seeking information on Charley E. Vaughn.
Charley E Vaughn had 2 daughters from his first marriage, names are Pearl and Mamie, both born in the late 1890,s Charley later married Eliza Tennessee Kerby in Lauderdale Co.Tn. in 1904. Have copy of marriage record from Lauderdale Co. court house . Charley and Eliza had one son,Homer Vaughn born in 1906, no record of his birth found in Tn. Charley disappeared and was not heard from again. Charley was said to have at least 2 brothers named Rome and Jim.Charley and Eliza are my gggp and seeking any info on Charley. His date of birth/birthplace/date of death/ place of death and his parents names and any information on them. Eliza divorced Charley and later remarried a Mr. Briggs and moved to Okla.
Any and all information greatly appreciated.
Contact me by E.Mail at CMorgan26
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From: abdoo@azmda.sps.mot.com (Dave Abdoo)
Sender: abdoo@mothost.mot.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi Nancy,
I was introduced to your web page by Jerry O. Williams (nephew of Roy Coggin) who I met on the Net and has sent me TONs of valuable Coggin info.
My mother's maiden name was Coggin. Her parents were Clarence Green Coggin (from TN, 1890-1974) and Bessie Eugene Kanipe (1885-1988 - 103 years!), Clarence's parents were Hiram Washington Coggin (1857 - 1929) and Mary Anna Hobbs (1862-1950), Hiram's parents were Elias Green Coggin (1823-1897) and Eliza T. Kersey (1830-1917), Elias' parents were Joshua Green Coggin (1798-1874) and Winnie Ann Lawhon (1801-1872, I've also seen her name spelled Lawhorn) and from there we get back into the various Roberts & Johns Coggin that you know.
I just wanted to let you know I'm out here. I've done some Coggin research, although most of it is collecting info from some of the generous people in your 'gang', including Scott Fraser, Jane Norton Powell and Jerry Williams. I did do some research at the Mormon genealogy library in Mesa AZ (I live in the area, and they let anyone use their facilities) as well, and I received some more info from my mother's 92-year-old cousin about family members in more recent generations. I haven't actively pursued any more Coggin research in the last few months, as I don't have much time for it. (One of the burdens of working for a living!)
Thanks,
- Dave Abdoo
Subj: Tennessee Haines Date: 2/18/99
From: JHaw406755 @aol.com
To: Genny1
RICHARD HAINES and wife SELINA PATTEN MILTON lived in Tennessee, probably in or near Trenton, Gibson Co. between 1853 and 1859. Three of their children, CARY SELDON (B, 1855) ELLA LOVE (B. 1857) LUCY BYRD (B.1859) were born there. Probably baptised into Episcopal Church. Seeking any information about this family. Thank you Joan Hawkins, Clearwater, Fl
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WILSON COUNTY, TN DEEDS, MARRIAGES AND WILLS 1800-1902 by Thomas E. Partlow, 1987: From the original books. Softcover. Indexed. 244 pp. (Note: years covered are 1878-1902 for wills, 1876-96 for marriages, 1789-1807 for deeds). (#234) $32.50

WILSON CO., TN GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES, 1827-1869 by Thomas Partlow, 1997: Supplements Partlow's other Wilson County books. Includes some events prior to 1827 and past 1869. This book is unique in that some of the records are in private hands, and are not available to the public at large: in particular, the Chancery Court Records and the Tax Lists. Contains Power of Attorney Receipts, Fall Creek Baptist Church Minutes 1851-1860, Chancery Court Minutes 1834-1839, and Tax Lists 1827-1829. 358 pp. Indexed. Softcover. (#9740) $35.00

INDEX TO WILSON CO., TN WILLS & ADMINISTRATIONS, 1802-1861 by Byron & Barbara Sistler, 1990: About 2500 entries. Includes name of deceased, year of probate or administration, where to find the information. Softcover. 32 pp. (#276) $10.00


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MARRIAGES OF WILSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE 1802-1850 By Edythe Rucker Whitley. 306pp, index, cloth, #CC/6329 ----- $25.00

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Wilson County, Tennessee, Miscellaneous Records, 1800-1875, Partlow. Contains Guardian Books (1836-1875), Minutes Book (1814-1829), Inventory records, Soldiers lists for Revolutionary War and War of 1812, Cemetery records. (1982), 270pp.


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New!>Tennesseans before 1800: Davidson County, Fischer, Marjorie Hood. This remarkable book is the result of hours of indexing of all the county records of Davidson County, Tennessee, through 1800. The record types presented here are rich in genealogical data, yet most are inadequately indexed requiring the researcher to spend hours wading through difficult-to-read microfilm. This index will take the researcher to the right place in the original records, saving hours of reading microfilms. Every name in every Davidson County record available from the Tennessee State Archives has been indexed here, resulting in a collection of 109,271 entries between 1783 and 1800. (1997), 460pp., 8.5 x 11, hardbound.$49.50TN78

Tennesseans before 1800: Washington County, Fischer, Marjorie Hood. A powerful finding aid listing 72,203 individual entries from records of the county created between 1778 and 1800. Included here is every name in every Washington County record available on microfilm from the Tennesse State Archives. Records indexed include: inventories, marriages, court minutes (County Court, Superior Court, County Pleas, Circuit Court), administrator's and executor's settlements, wills, deeds, and tax lists. The entries give the name, type of record, book number or other identifying information (i.e. militia unit in the case of tax lists), and the Tennessee State Library microfilm number. (1996), 344pp., 8.5 x 11, hardbound.$49.50TN23

Tennessee County Maps, County Maps. 11 x 16, softbound.$16.95TN41Tennessee Cousins: A History of Tennessee People, Ray. Over 6,000 names in the index taken from records all over Tennessee. (1950, repr. 1994), 819pp., hardbound.Temporarily out of print. Inquire to be notified of republicationTN38

Back in Print! Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers From State and County Archives, Whitley, Edythe Rucker. A collection of abstracts of records of almost every every description (wills, deeds, grants, surveys, court minutes, marriages, etc.), the majority of which, pertain to the Middle District of Tennessee, the old Mero District. These abstracts pertain to more than 18,000 early Tennessee settlers. (1980 repr. 1997), 393pp., hardbound.$25.00TN1

Tennessee Genealogical Research, Schweitzer. A concise, easy-to-use guide to researching your genealogy in Tennessee. Full of useful information. (1993), 138pp., softbound.$12.00TN98

Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume I, Fischer, Marjorie Hood. Abstracts of County, Circuit and Chancery Court minutes for the counties of Blount, Davidson, Dickson, Fayette, Giles, Greene, Hardin, Haywood, Hickman, Humphreys, Lincoln, Putnam, Rutherford, Washington, and Williamson. (1980 repr. 1995), 468pp., hardbound.$38.50TN99

Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume II, Fischer, Marjorie Hood and Burns, Ruth. Abstracts of county, circuit and chancery court minutes for the counties of Bedford, Claiborne, Dyer, Fentress, Jackson, Madison, McMinn, Obion, Roane, Robertson, Sevier, Stewart, Washington, and Wilson. (1988), 424pp., hardbound.Temporarily out of print. Inquire to be notified of republicationTN100

Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume III, Fischer, Marjorie Hood and Burns, Ruth. Abstracts of county, circuit and chancery court minutes for the counties of Anderson, Bradley, Carroll, Decatur, Grainger, Johnson, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Rhea, Tipton, and Warren. (1989), 533pp., hardbound.$35.00TN29

Tennessee's Confederate Widows and Their Families, Wiefering. Abstracts of 11,190 Confederate widows' pension applications. (1992), 479pp., hardbound.$45.00RPSL-124

Washington County, Tenn., Deeds, 1775-1800, Rae. Indexes the Watauga Purchase of 1775, Deed Books 1-7 and Book E. Some 5,000 names of grantees, adj. land owners, witnesses, etc. (1991), 180pp., hardbound.$30.00TN45Washington County, Tenn., Deeds, 1797-1817, Rae. Abstracts from Books 8-15, H & I. Indexed by surnames, slaves, occupation, mills, schools, churches, geographic locations. Over 13,500 mentioned. (1993), 200pp., hardbound.$30.00TN42

The Wataugans, Dixon, Max. This is the story of the Watauga Association, an association of people who settled in a frontier area of Eastern Tennessee between 1763 and 1775. This chronicles the earliest settlements in Tennessee and the brave settlers who made them. (1976), 80pp., 7 x 10, softbound.$6.95RPTN-122

Wilson County, Tennessee, Circuit Court Records, 1810-1855, Partlow. Approximately 6,000 persons mentioned in these legal abstracts. (1989), 144pp., softbound.Temporarily out of print. Inquire to be notified of republicationTN48Wilson County, Tennessee, Deed Books C-M, 1793-1829, Partlow. Contains a wealth of material on Wilson Countians. (1984), 248pp.$25.00TN49

Wilson County, Tennessee, Deed Books N-Z, 1829-1853, Partlow. (1984), 464pp.$35.00TN47Wilson County, Tennessee, Deeds, Marriages and Wills, 1800-1902, Partlow. Thousands of people are mentioned in these abstracts. Includes Deed Books A & B. (1987), 244pp., hardbound.$32.50


Subj: Re: Books/Wilson County Date: 2/19/99
In a message dated 2/18/99 5:57:05 PM Central Standard Time, Brobpat writes:
<< Subj: Re: Newspapers/Wilson County Date: 2/18/99 5:57:05 PM Central Standard Time From: Brobpat @aol.com
To: Genny1
Hi, Nancy,
Do you know if Mr. Partlow's Wills of Wilson County, Bks 1-13 is available for sale anywhere? I checked a couple of companies on the web and they say it is out of print.. Also his Smith County Deeds, Bks D-M?
Bob >>
====
Hi Bob....
I have been checking online.......here is what I found, but I don't know if they are "in stock" or not....... more to follow........
Nancy

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SMITH COUNTY, TN DEED BOOKS N-U 1835-1852 by Thomas E. Partlow, 1997: Abstracts of the original records. 420 pp. Index. Softcover. (#9727) $35.00

SMITH COUNTY, TN DEED BOOK B, 1801-1807 by WPA, 1930s: This is a grantor-grantee index with dates and brief description of property involved. Softcover. 94 pp. (#918) $15.00

SMITH COUNTY, TN DEED BOOK C, 1807-1811 by WPA, 1930s: This is a grantor-grantee index with dates and brief description of property involved. Softcover. 62 pp. (#919) $12.00

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WILSON CO., TN WILL BOOKS 1-13: 1802-1850 by Thomas Partlow, 1981, repr. 1998: 224 pp. Indexed. (#9825) $30.00

WILSON COUNTY, TN TRUST DEED BOOKS EE-NN, 1828-1868 by Thomas E. Partlow, 1997: Abstracts from the earliest available books. Trust deeds are really mortgages; people putting up their property (real and personal) as collateral for loans. These are the records dealing with the buying and selling of slaves in the county. Some deed transactions also appear. 351 pp. Softcover. Index. (#9728) $35.00

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WILSON COUNTY, TN DEEDS, MARRIAGES AND WILLS 1800-1902 by Thomas E. Partlow, 1987: From the original books. Softcover. Indexed. 244 pp. (Note: years covered are 1878-1902 for wills, 1876-96 for marriages, 1789-1807 for deeds). (#234) $32.50

WILSON CO., TN GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES, 1827-1869 by Thomas Partlow, 1997: Supplements Partlow's other Wilson County books. Includes some events prior to 1827 and past 1869. This book is unique in that some of the records are in private hands, and are not available to the public at large: in particular, the Chancery Court Records and the Tax Lists. Contains Power of Attorney Receipts, Fall Creek Baptist Church Minutes 1851-1860, Chancery Court Minutes 1834-1839, and Tax Lists 1827-1829. 358 pp. Indexed. Softcover. (#9740) $35.00

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Subj: genealogy Date: 2/19/99
From: EHenegar@aol.com
To: Genny1
Dear Genny:
What information do you have about William Brazelton (1792-1867) of New Market in Jefferson Co.? He was a general in the state militia, and was my great, great, great grandfather, but that's all I know.
Also, what records are there of the Henegar family (perhaps Henninger or Hennigar) in Washington County at the end of the 18th century?
Thank you for your help!
Ed Henegar (great-grandson of Henry Benton Henegar of Charleston, TN)
2038 Englewood Ave.
Durham, NC 27705
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Subj: Re: Wall family Date: 2/19/99
From: tmgeiger@stratos.net (tmgeiger)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi Nancy...
My Anna married a Ed Neusum. Don't know of a second husband, but then again I don't know much about her yet. Her parents were Cora Woods Wall and Rufus Wall from Williamson Cty but they married in Obion County 1-11-1880.

Genny1@aol.com wrote:
> This one is my ancestor: > Wall, Anna to John A. Weakley 3-16-1840 (3-19-1840) > Any connections to my Anna Wall? I don't have anything on her other than > the marriage and children. > Nancy Goodman in Tn > >

<---original message----> >
<<Cher wrote:>> >
Grooms: > Wall, > Burgess to Nancy Harvey 11-9-1839 (5-?-1840) > Jesse to Mary J. Hightower 11-21-1838 (11-29-1838) > Joel to Lydia Council 1-23-1839 > Walles, Barney to Susan Holly > Walls, David to Martha Christy > Walls, Williamson to Isabell Laughlin > Wall, H.B. To Margaret E. Prockter 11-2-1867 > > Brides: > Wall, Mary E. to Thomas O. Prockter 8-2-1869 (8-6-1868) > Wall, Anna to John A. Weakley 3-16-1840 (3-19-1840) > Wall, Patsy to Theophilas Horn 11-28-1828 > Wall, Prockter 8-2-1869 (8-6-1869) > > ......... > > Will Book: > Wall, Mary > .........

> -----Original Message----- >
From: tmgeiger <tmgeiger@stratos.net> > Date: Sunday, January 31, 1999 1:27 PM > Subject: Re: look ups! > >Cher...could you please check both books for anything on Thomas C.Brown > Jr.,Sr, Walter Walker Brown , and anyone with the last name of Wall. > Thanks!.... > Tina
Subj: Crockett Date: 2/19/99
CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 28)
Date: Tue, 03 Mar 1998 20:54:34 -0800
From: K F Martin <kfmartin@innernet.net>
To: PACUMBER-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [PACUMBER-L] land grant survey
Hello:

On a recent visit to the Cumberland County (PA) historical society i was able to look through a collection of maps drafted in the 1950's-60's by a Dr. John Miller. I was looking for a way to locate the present- day boundaries of the land my ancestor was granted in the mid- eighteenth century; the land grants refer only to trees and rocks. I located a map drawn by Dr. Miller that does exactly what i hoped for; it shows all the original land grant surveys overlaid on a modern map. The map that i copied depicts the area between Carlisle and Mechanicsburg...the northern boundry is about halfway between trindle road and rt 11...the southern boundry is the yellow breeches. i realize this is a small fraction of Cumberland County, but just in case this could help anyone else here is the list of grantees...

INDEX TO CONNECTED DRAUGHT--CARLISLE QUADRANGLE 1;50,000

1. Proprietary manor Southeast of Carlisle
2. Rebecca Blaine C129-180
3. Mathew Miller C129-181
4. Robert Ewing C129-182
5. John Miller C134-298
6. James Reed & James Shannon, O.S.3514 A71-98
7. Samuel Lamb, O.S.3226
8. Samuel Lamb A48-149
9. William Lamb, O.S.2601 C112-242
10. Joseph Thornburg A76-5
11. Michael Ege A28-217
12. Samuel Martin C212-2
13. Wm. Culbertson C25-142 et al
14. Casper Teeter in right of John Reed Sr. C234-56
15. Casper Teeter in right of William Reed C163-257-8
16. Casper Teeter C234-57
17. Wm. Culbertson C26-218
18. Robert Urie A71-249
19. William Trent B4-60
20. Samuel Williamson D12-288
21. James Parker C146-300
22. John Geroge Kershner A26-261
23. David Boyd A18-263
24. Samuel Martin M-254
25. Martha Long and James Crockett, execs C115-39
26. William Whiteside A14-4
27. Thomas Martin C166-90
28. David Barnes A88-71
29. Hugh Gibson C55-290
30. Thomas Rankin C220-236
30a. Joseph Wise C220-235
31. Rudolph Miller C141-96
33. William Hammersley B12-69 see also B12-68, C85-51 or 57 (?)
34. John Kitch C123-6
35. George Wingler C79-163
36. John Kennedy C72-251 App. # 2699
37. Isaac Rutledge C123-56
38. Alexander Trindle D45-246
40. Richard Peters C155-281
41. Andrew Crockett C25-204
42. George Crockett C25-224
43. James Crockett C25-223
44. Andrew Crockett C25-276
45. James & Andrew Crockett in trust for George Crockett C53-29
46. James Crockett C24-159

50. Richard Peters B2-74
51. Richard Peters Esq. see York County Warrants #2 "P", 30 Sept. 1749
52. Richard Peters C146-176

60. James Parker C159-198
61. Philip Couff C36-21
62. James Brandon C3-8
63. Martha Long & James Crockett C116-211
64. Robert McCurdy in rt. of Christopher Swisher in trust C189-281
65. William Dunlap C41-47
66. William Trindle A82-203
67. John Sheetz C7-106
68. Isaac Belleau/William Boore/ A5-130 &C207-181
69. Caleb Swasey C145-221
70. John Trindle C123-188
71. Wm. Trindle A75-203
72. Isaac Rutledge A31-183
73. Joeseph Heynes Y-83
74. Caleb Swasey A40-48
75. John Trindle C145-221
76. Peter Feather A40-47
77. Shadrach Muchmore C68-183

Please feel free to contact me for further information.

Kurt Martin.

researching: Martin (of course!)

------- End of PACUMBER-D Digest V98 Issue #28


Name: M. L. Limbert
DATE: 02/19/99
Subject: GOODMAN, GIBSON, STAPLETON, MOORE
Email: mercy7@magiclink.com
Searching for info on Ed GOODMAN b. 1775, Newman's Ridge, Hawkins Co., TN and wife (unknown) GIBSON and children, at least 10 kids, one named Manerva. Also searching for info on Joel and Susan STAPLETON, parents of Eliza b. 1838. Joel may have been married to someone other than Susan. Eliza was the widow of a man named MOORE, she married Will KIRK in 1865 in Lee Co., VA. Any info appreciated!
Subj: State Of Franklin Now Tenn.   Date: 2/20/99
From: Shoko@centuryinter.net (e.g. Shoko)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I Have A Lee Family Line That Came To Now Lee Valley Now Hawkins Co. Tenn. Her Headstone Is Standing At Lee Valley Cem. She Died In 1774 . Her Last Child Was Born In 1773 . Now If You Was Going To Tell The Place In 1773 To Some One : You Will Say ? . Now Lee Valley , Then Washington Co. Va. Or North Ca. Or Washington Co. Nc. or Then State Of Franklin ? Just What one is True ????
Ernie Shanks
Subj: Roach Family in Wilson, Davidson, Carroll, Grainger and Lincoln Co, TN
Date: 2/20/99
From: KBLEVIN@aol.com
To: Genny1
I am researching the John Roach Family that were early settlers in Wilson County, TN - at Sugg's Creek. This family and related family lived in various other counties in TN. I am looking for other individuals that are also researching this family.
Karen Levin (nee Roach)
Subj: (Query) Date: 2/21/99
From: s9martin@bellsouth.net (Susan Spencer)
To: Genny1@AOL.COM
I am looking for information on John MARTIN born 1814 in Tennessee. He married Keziah SAMPLE on 9 November 1834 in Blount County, Alabama.
He is listed on the 1840 and 1850 census in Itawamba County, Mississippi.
In 1860 and 1870 he is in Winston County, Alabama.
In 1880 he was appears on the Itwambama, Mississippi census.
I have been told his father was Isaac MARTIN, born about 1775 possibly in Virginia.
Isaac was married to Rachel SAMPLE. John and Keziah had 12 or 13 children. Their names are: Kashamu, Isaac, Calvin,William, Mary Polly, James K., Benjamin, Sophronia, Ananias, John H, Lafayette, Francis and possibly Catherine.
Send replies to S9Martin@bellsouth.net.
Subj: Wallace/Neal/Thompson Date: 2/22/99
From: jeufemi_001@email.msn.com (Jacqueline J. Eufemi)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I'm looking for information on the Wallace, Neal/Neel and Thompsom families of East TN. Benjamin Wallace and Rachel Neel were married in Blount Co. TN 18 Dec 1815. Was her father John Neel/Niel? Also Alexander Thompson and Elizabeth Neal/Neel about the same time period. The Wallace family moved to Ohio and then IL. The Thompson family went to IN and Crawford Co., IL. Will share information, but I need help.
jeufemi_001@email.msn.com
Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] HEATON Date: 2/22/99
From: Mizwhit@aol.com
To: TNCHEATH-List
I am looking for any information on the Heaton family. Amos Heaton was an early settler of Davidson Co. and his son Robert, was in Cheatham,Robertson,Davidson,Dickson and other counties. Robert was the father of Free Will Baptist Denomination in Middle Tennessee. Robert kept a journal of his ministry and church records for several years. I am collecting any information on the Heaton family to be included in an article I am preparing for publication. If you are a descendant or have information on Amos Heaton and family I would greatly appreciate any help. The following is a Will I found on GenForum that includes list of Children:
Will of Amos Heaton, 1795 March 4, 1795 I,
Amos Heaton of Davidson County.... My daugher PRUDENCE EWRY(?).....also George Ewry.....My two sons Robert Heaton and Enoch Heaton all my lands lying on the east side of Lick Creek.... My beloved wife Elizabeth Heaton and my son Thomas Heaton all land lying on west side of Lick Creek .... My daughters Sally and Fanny.... My daughters Elizabeth Cain, Polly Heaton and Sally Heaton, 320 acres in Davidson Co on Harpeth and 400 acres on Bartons Creek and 214 acres on Parsons Creek both in Tennessee County ...sons Robert and Enoch Heaton Executors Witness Thomas Hickman, Benjamin Drake and Enoch Heaton.

I also have a copy of Historical Marker in Davidson Co.: "HEATON'S STATION On this bluff in 1780, pioneers who came with James Robertson built Heatons' (also spelled Eaton's) station. It and two other forts (Nashborough and Freeland's) withstood all Indian attacks and saved the Cumberland settements. On the river below were successively a buffalo ford, ferry and Lock l. The home of Amos Heaton stood 100 feet north."

Any Help would be appreciated:
Jerry Whitworth Chipley FL.
mizwhit@aol.com


Subj: Genelogy Date: 2/23/99
From: alana29@webtv.net (Alan Rogers)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am looking for information on Susie Carlee Warf(Wolf) Choctaw indian ,Who married James Haywood Polson.She was born in 1861and died Jan. 11,1947.she died in Harriman Tn. at her daughters Rebecca Rayburn,s.She was the mother of my grandmother Mary Matilda Jane Polson Johnson.She had 12 or 15 children one sons name was Albert . .Mary was born July 22,1887 in Monroe, Tn.James Polson was a blacksmith,he was born Jan. 21,1855 died June 10,1907. I am also looking for relatives of my grandfather James Polk Johnson(Johnston) born Jan,1884 either in Roane or Overtone..county.His mother was Sarah Boyd father James Andrew Johnson.Iwould greatly appreciate any information anyone might have.
Thanks so much
Sandra Rogers
Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] Felts Cemetery Transcription
Date: 2/23/99
From: allenjm@bellsouth.net
To: TNCHEATH-List
An excellent place to put the subject would be at http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/tenn.html

Everyone that might have a cemetery transcription should do so at that url

To my knowledge, the last cemetery transcriptions published was the "Tombstone Records of Cheatham County Tennessee" Edited by Denis Dozier Haile and James E. Garrett, Jr.

There are still copies of this publication available but there have been many burials since that have not been recorded.

A conversation with Mr. Garrett some months back revealed that he was not interested in having the records of tombstones published on the internet as it might hurt sales.

There can be no prohibition, however, against anyone, going out and transcribing the tombstones in a cemetery on their own and then posting them to the internet at a url as indicated above. That is what is currently being done with Forest Hill Cemetery. We have found several errors and ommissions from the 1985 publication and have, of course, updated it and continue to include recent burials. Thanks be to LUMPY-ONE@worldnet.att.net (She may be able to provide more information regarding the "how to" of it all.

It is presently a good time of the year to get out and read/transcribe them tombstones and record them for posterity.

Rsp
Jim Allen

P.S. The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is "uncopyrightable" - read that somewhere - is applicable to tombstone transcriptions.


Subj: james R TAYLOR Date: 2/23/99
From: dajen@swva.net (dajen)
Reply-to: dajen@swva.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi!
Looking for any information on my great grandfather, james R (Robert) Taylor. Married Nancy Stacy around Nov 1879. Last known address was in Cannon Cty. Birthdate is March 1855. Nancy's birthdate around Jan. 1864. Thanks for any help you can provide.
Jenny
Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] WWII/Korean vets
Date: 2/23/99
From: suemusette@geocities.com (Sue Musette)
Reply-to: suemusette@geocities.com
To: TNCHEATH-List
"Graves and Monuments" is the free database-of-the-month at Sierra http://www.sierra.com/sierrahome/familytree/records/

"This month's free historic database features the names of veterans who fought in World War II or the Korean War, and were either buried overseas, commemorated by a monument, or reported Missing In Action.

"If there's a match with a name you enter, you'll get information that may include the soldier's date of death, the unit they served in, where they were from, and any awards they received."

It is an interesting database, at least.

Sue suemusette@geocities.com
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Valley/6185/


Subj: davis-hopkins Date: 2/23/99
From: dmrkl@rectec.net (Markle,Dee R)
To: genny1@aol.com
I'm searching for Mary Davis born 29 January 1840 in Tennessee, Probably Overton Co. She married Dennis D. Hopkins born8 November 1839 in Overto Co. and inlisted in the Civil War from Overton Co. I would appreciate any information.
Thank you ,
Dorothy
Subj: Re: [TNCHEATH-L] Felts Cemetery Transcription   Date: 2/23/99
From: blessedb@Bellsouth.net (blessedb)
To: TNCHEATH-List
Jim- Thank you for the response. I have checked out that website of TN cemetaries, and yes, that is the place for it.

What I borowed from my aunt, is a diagram with plots and names. Sadly, no dates are listed, but that would be a good project to take on..especially as you point out, spring is coming. Another sad note, I have seen the diagram before but this is the first time I've seen it with my parents on it. There are many there tho, that have no names..in the back of the cemetary, just rocks as headstones.

I'm putting together a proposal for the cemetary committee on another issue with the cemetary and will, of course, run this by them. Hopefully, it will be a 'thumbs up" from them, and if so, that will be my go-ahead if no one else has this anywhere on the net.

... I think that the more of this info on the net the more people who benefit. Some would still wish to have the book, so it wouldn't totally eliminate sales.

.....Thanks much, lori

allenjm@bellsouth.net wrote: > > An excellent place to put the subject would be at > http://www.rootsweb.com/~cemetery/tenn.html > > Everyone that might have a cemetery transcription should do so at that > url > > To my knowledge, the last cemetery transcriptions published was the > "Tombstone Records of Cheatham County Tennessee" Edited by Denis Dozier > Haile and James E. Garrett, Jr. > > There are still copies of this publication available but there have been > many burials since that have not been recorded. > > A conversation with Mr. Garrett some months back revealed that he was > not interested in > having the records of tombstones published on the internet as it might > hurt sales. > > There can be no prohibition, however, against anyone, going out and > transcribing the tombstones in a cemetery on their own and then posting > them to the internet at a url as > indicated above. That is what is currently being done with Forest Hill > Cemetery. We > have found several errors and ommissions from the 1985 publication and > have, of course, updated it and continue to include recent burials. > Thanks be to LUMPY-ONE@worldnet.att.net (She may be able to provide more > information regarding the "how to" of it all. > > It is presently a good time of the year to get out and read/transcribe > them tombstones and record them for posterity. > > Rsp Jim Allen > > P.S. The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a > letter is "uncopyrightable" - read that somewhere - is applicable to > tombstone transcriptions.


Subj: Check out nc+index+72314292610+F at searches.rootsweb.com
Date: 2/23/99
From: Genny1
To: HELynch
Click here: nc+index+72314292610+F at searches.rootsweb.com

http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/nc+index+72314292610+F

"AN OLD METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY - Rutherford County, NC - Cemeteries
Located on Broad River and directly across the river from the home of Ben Sumner (Foxhaven). It is located on a road that runs to a two story home on former Lynch plantation. A road in 1800s crossed the river between the Morris and Lynch plantations and apparently at the top of the hill above the Lynch place was a Methodist Church. The cemetery is located on the side of the road at the top of the hill. ....."


Subj: more Lynch in NC records
Date: 2/23/99
From: Genny1
To: HELynch

CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: oran1800.txt)

+----------------------------+ | ORANGE Co., NORTH CAROLINA | +----------------------------+ 1800 SECOND FEDERAL CENSUS INDEX

Orange Co., North Carolina was created in 1752 from the larger Bladen, Granville and Johnston counties. Later in 1777 Caswell Co. was created from the "Northern Division" of Orange Co. Later in 1791, Pearson Co. was created from the "Eastern" half of Caswell Co. and in 1840 Alamance Co. was created from the "Western" half of Orange Co. Also part of Durham Co. was created in 1881 from the "Eastern" portion of Orange Co. So any of the following Surname's could have been recorded in the above Counties and never even moved!

These "Index" records are alphabetized by surname, and given name they consist of 1,188 "Head of Household" (H/H) 1800 Census for Orange Co., NC. Records of the Bureau of the Census. Group RG-29 National Archives, Washington, DC 20408

HEADINGS SNDX = Soundex Code (Sound alike) NARS = National Archives & Record Service StR = State Reel Pg# = Page number to find H/H with family FGrp = Family Group * = Possible spelling errors

This "Index" is just that! an "Index" to find the "actual" record you need to go to the NARS or a large Genealogy Library and scan the proper reel to find the proper family unit.

If you still don't understand what I am talking about, you must go to my WWW page on "Howto" Research NARS Census records. My URL http://members.aol.com/prsjr/sc/howtocen.htm

I would like to share information with anybody who is working on these related families in North and South Carolina.

Acker; Arndell/Arnold; Bonner; Camp; Cole; Cooper; Cox; Ellis; Ferguson; Fondron; Foster; Goode; Hopper; Humphuries; Huskey; Irvine; Kilpatrick; Lipscomb; Littlejohn; Martin, McSwain, Morgan; Neily; Norton; PPlaxco; Turner; Quinn; Robinson; Sarratt; Surratt; Turner; Washburn; Walker. By: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Internet: prsjr@aol.com

Happy Hunting!

Compiled by: Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Revised: 3/18/97 prsr@aol.com

Date SNDX L Name F Name NARS StR Pg# Family Grp. ---- ----- ------------- --------------- ---- ---- --- -------------- 1800

1800 L200 LEWIS Zachariah M-32 034 517 10100-10010-00 1800 L500 LIMON David M-32 034 579 10010-20101-00
1800 L520
LINCH John M-32 034 517 31010-21010-00
1800 L534 LINDLEY Jonathan M-32 034 518 11210-41110-00


1800 L500 LYN John M-32 034 518 00001-00210-00
1800 L520  LYNCH Darling M-32 034 580 51010-02010-00
1800 L520 LYNCH James M-32 034 517 10110-10010-00
1800 L520 LYNCH John M-32 034 580 00201-00301-00
1800 L520 LYNCH Jonas M-32 034 518 00001-10010-00 1800 L520 LYNCH Moses M-32 034 517 30120-10010-00 1800 L340 LYTLE Robert M-32 034 580 00010-00111-00


Subj: Check out USGenWeb Archives Search Page Date: 2/23/99

USGenWeb Archives Search Page

http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/isearch


Subj: Re: Phillips Date: 2/23/99

In a message dated 2/11/99 3:34:27 PM Central Standard Time, sherll@rollanet.org writes:

<< Subj: Re: Phillips Date: 2/11/99 3:34:27 PM Central Standard Time From: sherll@rollanet.org (Kenny Sherrill) To: Genny1@aol.com Hello again! I sent copies of our exchanges to my sister-in-law who lives near my father-in-law so she could print them out for him. Here are his thoughts (in his own words): I am very interested in this inquiry. I would like to contact both her (Genny1@aol.com)and the lady that she graduated with from Erin school. Sarah Phillips, I believe was from Houston Co. The Winters were already in Houston (or Stewart) Co(s) When George Winters and Sarah C. Phillips were married (1880) They lived in Houston Co. in 1880-1885. I am interested in her line of Phillips. George Winters [had] two daughters, (by a previous wife) that married Brakes. (these were my grandfather's [half]sisters. 1. Mattie Winters: she was the daughter of George Winters and Ann K. Beaver-she was born in 1850. She married the Rev. Thomas Brake. I don't have the info at hand, but I am sure they are buried in the Winters-Moseley Cemetery in stewart Co. George Winters was a baptist minister. 2.Nancy Winters: she was the daughter of George winters and Ann K. Beaver.George and Ann were married , 3-7-1849 in Stewart Co. Nancy was born 1852 Nancy married the Reverend Clark Brake. If you are in Hendersonville, TN There was a Reverend Herman Clyde Brake there a few years ago. I believe he is descended from Mattie Winters and Thomas Brake. (Sarah C. Phillips may not have been from Houston Co, but probably would have been close to Houston Co.) Is Linda Rye the daughter of Ryman A. Brake, (married Francis Horner) (the Winters-Moseley Cemetery is by Carlisle TN.) [Me again] here is my father-in-laws address. Could you give it to Linda Rye for me? I am sure he'd love to speak with her. Marion Winters Route13 Box 86 Poplar Bluff MO 63901 (573)785-0070 ps-I knew the name Ralph Winters had sounded familiar-I have a book he wrote called:"Historical Sketches of the Winters family of Middle Tennessee, part I"-a fascinating book. >>


Subj: Check out Search Ancestry.com Databases from your Web Site! Date: 2/24/99
Search Ancestry.com Databases from your Web Site!
http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/searchpartners/affiliate.asp
Subj: Stephens Date: 2/24/99
From: tpleiker@ilinkusa.net (Pat Curliss-Leiker)
Reply-to: tpleiker@ilinkusa.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Does anyone have access to an 1870 census of Henry Co. TN? I have heard, by word of mouth, that there is a listing, Couryerville P.O., pg.134 or 154, for E.A. Stephens, age 63, Alexander, 18, J.P., 13. I know this is vague, but it's all I have. James Knox Polk Stephens is my ggfather, and this "J.P." may be him.
Also, researching the Nichols family, and the Lemonds family from TN.
I'd appreciate any help!!!
Subj: Phillips genealogy Date: 2/24/99
From: Appcoltd
To: Genny1
Hello Nancy,
I am trying to find some information on my grandfather's family who at one time lived near Readyville, Rucker and/or Murfreesboro, TN. I saw from AOL member directory you are doing Phillips research.
My grandfather's name was Sam Phillips, born 1892. He left TN in 1913. His mother was Victoria (Sulser/Tulser) Phillips. She may have been born about 1860, in either OH or TN, I'm not sure. Sam's father may have been Edward Phillips. Sam may have been born in Rucker or Murfreesboro. There may have been another brother, Harry, I'm not sure.
Would you by chance know of this Phillips family or a Sulser/Tulser family?
Thanks for listening, I hope to hear from you.
Sincerely,
Susan Phillips Morris
Subj: Geary LYNCH, b 1826, Smith Co, TN & children  Date: 2/25/99
From: HELynch@aol.com
To: CBUP13A@prodigy.com, Genny1
To: gburgess@bellsouth.net, lynch@n-jcenter.com
To: hardluck@bellsouth.net, jamesclark@lanset.com
I received a letter today from a lady about my Lynch Query in Smith Co, TN.. The letter had so much info, I felt even thought is was not my family, I should share it with others on the net for possible connections.

She said when she was doing research on her GM, she found this info. She also said she had two brothers and one sister to marry into the Lynch Family. Said she would furnish living members if desired. She is Carolyn Blair, 106 Davis ST S, Carthage, TN 37030. I cannot seem to tie to this Geary. You'all have any ideas?

What she sent was a handwritten page. Did not say who prepared it.

Starts with "Lynch Family" at top followed by:
Geary Lynch, b 1826, Maggart TN m Samantha

Next Line ( no relationship shown)
William B (Billy) Lynch, b 1851, Maggart TN Sullivan's bend, 3 wives, Frances Flatt, Sallie, Vedie Dinkins, 14 children
1. Geary, 1-20-1869, 2-17-1926, 3 wives, 15 children
Wife #1-Etta Vaden, (killed by cow) 2 Children, 1 infant, Daisy Lynch massey (Chester)

Wife #2-Mattie Angela Gass 8 Children, infant, Arthur (b 1897), Myrtle (1899), Gradie (1902), Virgie 91904), Doyle (1907), Effie (1910), Essie (1910)

Wife #3-Lilie Blair 5 children, Lena, Glen (b 1915), Chester (1917), Lucile, J.W. (1921)

2. Martha J

3, Margaret, died young

4. Abram (Abe), m Martha Wilkerson, 7 children, Willie, Sallie, Oliver, Floy, Opel, Marvin, Ligie

5. Benton, m Rose Clark, 6 children, Evoa, Gobie, Gorman, Norman, Altie, Eddie

6. William D. (Davy), m Dona Gass, 7 children, Lyda, Thelly, Howard, Virginia, Raymond, Francis, Hayward

7. Eli

8. Albert (Pete), m Lula Blair, 3 Children, Saddie, John William, Josie

9. Julia, m Oscar Boulton, 5 children, Bryan, Eve, Gettie, Blancher, Bob

10. Isaac, m Vernie Austin, 8 children, Charlie, Fannie, Sussie, Edith, Howard, Edward, Robert, Emid (killed at Pearl Harbor)

11. George W.

12. John P.

13. Homer

14. Pat A

Says: Geary was a merchant at Maggart, TN.

Geary and Mattie are buried at Dixon Springs Cemetery, Smith Co, TN


Subj: re: Wall  Date: 2/25/99
From: dsullins@hsv.k12.al.us (D. Sullins)
To: genny1@aol.com ('genny1@aol.com')
Which brach of the WALL family are you researching? I am looking for William Henry WALL or Henry William WALL. Other surnames for this branch includes: BLACK, ELLIS.
Thanks, Debby Sullins
dsullins@hsv.k12.al.us
Subj: Re: Lane family..  Date: 2/25/99
From: ricklane@ix.netcom.com (Rick Lane)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy,
In response to some of your questions:

>Hi Rick...
>If you descend from Harvey Shelton Lane of Wilson County, do you know Donna
>Graves Ferrell in Mt. Juliet, TN and Robyn Lane Collier in Portland, TN?

I have just recently had contact from both, and they have been quite helpful.

>Both are descended from Harvey....
>I have some of their messages on the Lane family on my Lane web page at:
>http://members.aol.com/genny1/lane.html

If I am not mistaken, that is where I first made contact with one of them.

> Donna's email is DGFerrell@aol.com
>and I will have to look up Robyn's email if you don't know her, or you can get
>it from the web page......
>My husband's Lane ancestors include Tyree Lane and James Allen Lane, down from
>John Lane in VA.

Folks seem to be fairly sure that Harvey's father was Aaron, brother of Tyree and son of John. Would you go along with that?

> You spoke of an "Uncle Fay"...my husband had an uncle Lafayette Goodman who
>was married to Emma Fuqua....who was your Uncle Fay??

I never knew him, but I believe he is the one whose tombstone Jerry found to be located at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery (see quoted text below).

> Nancy Goodman in TN

Good to meet you,
Rick Lane
(Originally from Robertson County, currently residing in Jefferson County, TN)

>>Message: 1 Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999
> From: Rick Lane <ricklane@ix.netcom.com>
>Subject: Re: Lane cemetery info:
>Jerry,Thanks.
>These are indeed the folks I was looking for. Lercie and Lovella were my
>grandparents, D. C. and Willie Lou were my great grandparents, and I remember
>my father talking about "Uncle Fay," probably my grandfather's brother.
>I have recently discovered that D. C.Lane's father, who I had as Rance
>McGregor is probably Ransford/Ransom M. Lane, son of Harvey Shelton Lane of
>Wilson Co., TN. Do you have anything on them?
>You have been a big help. Hope I can repay the favor, if not to you then to
>some other searcher. Rick>

>>From: Mizwhit@aol.com>>
>Rick, the following information can be found in the Robertson County Cemetery
>>Records by Durrett, Williams and Reid, p 9 >
>>Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, near Orlinda, TN>
>>Lane, Lercie D May 14, 1900-June 25, 1957
>>Lane, Lovella J. June 9, 1902-____________
>>Lane, D.C. 1875-1956
>>Lane, Willie Lou 1879-1962>
>>Lane, Jesse Mar 11, 1896 Sept 28, 1965, Tenn. Pvt Co D Machine Gun Bn>WWI
>>Lane, Willie Russell, Dec 28, 1926- Apr 15,1930, son of Mr & Mrs Fay Lane>
>>Last two Lanes were separated by just a few graves in the order of book.>
>>These folks look awful close to what you asked for?>
>>Jerry Whitworth>
>Chipley FL>


Subj: Check out TNGenWeb, Tennessee, Date: 2/27/99

Click here: TNGenWeb, Tennessee, County Family Bible Project
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/tnbible.htm

Click here: TNGenWeb's Tennessee Wills and Probate Records Project
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/tnwills.htm

Click here: TNGenWeb, Tennessee County Tax Lists
http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/tntaxlst.htm

Click here: TNGenWeb's Bradford 1835 Atlas Project http://www.tngenweb.org/maps/bradford.htm

Click here: Greene County Families Migration http://www.tngenweb.org/greene/migration/migra001.html


Subj: Buchanan file I found online  Date: 2/27/99
TO:: Brobpat@aol.com
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/davidson/biographies/bchnan01.txt

mailto:chandler@cstone.net
Harlow Chandler

DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN - BIOGRAPHIES - Buchanan Family

Contributor's Note: The following memoir is among my wife's family papers. No claims are made for accuracy.

My wife is a descendant of Susan Ann BUCHANAN, wife of George Isham MATTHEWS, and we would welcome any information on her Buchanan line.

HISTORY OF THE BUCHANAN FAMILY (see above URL)


Subj: John Osment. England  Date: 2/28/99
From: bettyosment@hotmail.com (betty osment)
To: Genny1@aol.com
As an English Osment, I am interested in establishing whether there are any links with your Osment branch.

I had a great gandfather whose name John Osment he was born in 1831 in Exeter, England. He was buried at Almora cemetry in Jersey, Channel Islands He was Married to Elizabeth Briton.

If you Have any further information relating to this matter please contact me at bettyosment@hotmail.com


Subj: Where is Schortia Valley? Date: 2/28/99
From: kbkeeley@lgcy.com (Karen)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Information which has been passed down in my family records states that my ancestor Nancy FARMER was born about 1792-1800 in "Schortia Valley," Tennessee. I have been unable to find where this valley is located, what county it is in, if it exists??? I may be spelling it wrong, but do you know of any place in Tennessee with a name even close to this? I tried your search engine of all your pages, and other search engines also, but didn't come up with anything. I am stuck on my FARMER family line since I can't find this place. Can you help me?
Nancy FARMER married James ELLEDGE, and some of their children were born in Marion County, Tennessee before they moved to Northwest Georgia. Nancy FARMER (ELLEDGE) died 15 Sep 1872 at Salem Church, Catoosa Co., Georgia. Any help on finding "Schortia Valley" or Nancy Farmer's parents would be appreciated.
Thanks!!
Karen B. Keeley
2743 W. Hazelhurst Dr.
Taylorsville, UT 84118
(kbkeeley@lgcy.com)
Subj: Check out NCGenWeb Genealogy  Date: 2/28/99
Click here: NCGenWeb Genealogy
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncgenweb/
Subj: Check out Warren County GenWeb  Databases  Date: 2/28/99
Click here: Warren County GenWeb  Databases
http://www.kimbell.org/warren/dbase.htm
Subj: Warren Co NC marriages, Sensing  Date: 2/28/99

Sensing, John and Powell, Amey 26 Oct 1785
Subj: Warren Co NC marriages, Hagood Date: 2/28/99

Hagood, John and Paschael, Mary 03 Apr 1797


Subj: NC marriages, Daniel and Earls  Date: 2/28/99

Daniel, John and Earls, Elizabeth M. 24 Aug 1808


Subj: NC marriages  Date: 2/28/99

"LYNCH","John",and "ALLEN","Elizabeth (widow)",,"Bef","1756","Chowan Precinct","NC"

"LYNCH","Mary",and "MANKER","Lewis",22,"Jan","1852","","NC"


Subj: Check out nc+index+189527332116+F at searches.rootsweb.com  Date: 2/28/99
Click here: nc+index+189527332116+F at searches.rootsweb.com

Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: grooms3.txt)

Orange County NC - MARRIAGES - Marriage Bonds K - Q, Indexed by Groom

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Betty Mayes
ulalee@visionet.org

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Book Two Orange County, NC Marriage Bonds. K - Q
Groom Bride Date of Bond Witness

Lynch, Clayton Polly Durham 28 Oct. 1808 John Horner

Lynch, Daniel Mary Ann Morgan 14 Aug. 1826 Wm. Morgan

Lynch, Edmond Nancy Boling 12 Oct. 1808 John Lynch

Lynch, Grief Sarah Barbee 27 Mar. 1827 Jesse Lewis

Lynch, Hiram Jane Hopkins 2 Oct. 1845 Stephen Ascue

Lynch, Hugh Jennett Moore 31 Dec. 1802 Thomas Moore

Lynch, James Elizabeth Carden 12 Sept. 1853 T. M. Lynch

Lynch, Jesse Mary Canady 9 Jan. 1792 Thos. Lynch

Lynch, John Miley Horner 7 Aug. 1805 Enoch Collins

Lynch, John Nancy Strayhorn 19 Dec. 1853 Egbert Strayhorn

Lynch, Lemuel Margzsret Palmer 25 Sept. 1828 Geo. Johnston

Lynch, Lemuel G. Julia F. Brown 15 Jan. 1866 Charles Parks

Lynch, Martin Salley Hicks 5 Sept. 1816 Issac Haley

Lynch, Moses Susannah Dickey 15 Feb. 1793 Thos. Fulton

Lynch, Samuel Jane Thompson 22 Feb. 1866 Calvin Parish

Lynch, Seburn Mary Eliza Craig 27 Sept. 1828 James Lynch

Lynch, Thomas Jenny Pugh 24 Aug. 1813 Sampson Pugh

Lynch, Thos. Betsey Carden 20 Apr. 1826 Daniel Lynch

Lynch, Thos. Mary S. Bingham 30 Apr. 1827 J. Witherspoon

Lyne, Francis Nancy Faucett 4 Feb. 1792 Martin Armstrong

Lynn, Christopher Candis Sparks 12 Sept. 1819 Thomas Christian

Lynn, Mathew Sally Trice 6 Nov. 1835 Nathl. Bain

Lynn, Peter Nelly Jones 8 June 1824 Wm. Twiddle

Lynn, Wm. Sarah Proctor 22 June 1842 Mark Rigsby

Lyon, Elkanah E. Margaret J. Parker 25 Apr. 1849 John Lyon

Lyon, Fleming Attelea Holden 28 Apr. 1842 Moses Leathers, Jr.

Lyon, Hugh Carolina Herdon 4 Feb. 1840 Wm. Nichols

Lyon, John Mary J. George 29 Jan. 1860 Chesley Herndon

Lyon, Thomas Julia Williams 5 Aug. 1865 Job Berry

Lyon, Thos. Hulda Tilley 12 Jan. 1867 Plummer Tensel

Lyon, Zachariah Nancy Walker 7 Oct. 1837 Robert Hall Jr.

Lyons, Philemon Abrigail Dickerson 28 Dec. 1826 Wm. H. Adams


Subj: Frazier research   Date: 2/28/99
From: "collins@psnw.com"@sierra.psnw.com (Elizabeth Collins)
Reply-to: collins@psnw.com@sierra.psnw.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
As I was "surfing" I came across your web page and the Frazier name. I have an Ernie in my line of Frazier's but unfortunately that's where my line stops and your begins. Do you by any chance have Ernest's siblings or parent's names? I have siblings: Ed, Hazen, Eugene, Rose, Iazzie, and Christian and a Mother's name of Lucy. Does any of these names sound familiar? Please reply. Thank you, Elizabeth Collins
e-mail: collins@psnw.com
Subj: Check out Surname Registry - Ly Index

Date: 2/28/99
From: Genny1
To: HELynch

Click here: Surname Registry - Ly Index
http://www.surnameweb.org/registry/ly.htm#LYNCH



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