GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE
QUERIES FOR JANUARY 1999
jan99.html



Subj: HOLT, RIDLEY  Date: 1/11/99
From: keholt@txdirect.net (Karen E. Holt)
Reply-to: keholt@txdirect.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am searching for information on Thomas L. HOLT born in 1824 in Williamson County.  His parents are possibly William N. HOLT and Martha RIDLEY.  Any information is appreciated.

Karen Holt  
keholt@txdirect.net


Name: Dee Dee King  
Date: 01/12/99
Subject: KING, WROE, KILLEN, KEMP, WOODWARD, CROW
Email: deedeeking@aol.com
Website:

Searching for KING, John, Jesse, Lemuel pre-1857. Also WROE, KILLEN, KEMP, WOODWARD, CROW. Looks like they all got the GTT (Gone To Texas) fever at same time and wound up in Central Texas. Would appreciate any ideas. Thanks, Dee Dee


Subj: Check out Wilson Co., TN - Names found in Court Minutes 1809-1819
Date: 1/12/99
Wilson Co., TN - Names found in Court Minutes 1809-1819
http://www.tngenweb.org/wilson/min1809.htm

Ozement Jonathan 59,93,

Ozment Jonathan 48,109,189,


Subj: Re: McKinney   Date: 1/12/99
From: ROJO3@prodigy.net (Ron & Jo Anne Smith)
Reply-to: ROJO3@prodigy.net
To: Genny1@aol.com (Nancy Goodman), sandcharm@yahoo.com (s b)

Nancy,
Can you help out Sandy? I do not have any Richard's except on your leg of the William McKinney tree through William.
Ron Smith
Duncanville TX (just south of Dallas)
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> From: s b <sandcharm@yahoo.com>
> To: ROJO3@prodigy.net
> Subject: Re: McKinney
> Date: Tuesday, January 12, 1999 1:43 PM>
> Happy New Year Ron & Jo!>
> Have you any information on Richard McKinney and his wife Sarah???
> possibly of North Carolina circa mid 1800's??>
> Thanks,>
> Sandy> > > >

> ---Ron & Jo Anne Smith <ROJO3@prodigy.net> wrote:> >
> > Hi Sandy > >
> > I have no information on a Reubin McKinney.> >
> > Ron Smith
> > Duncanville TX (just south of Dallas)> >


Subj: TN relative  Date: 1/13/99
From: NanaVol@aol.com
To: Genny1
I am looking for information on my grandfather who was in WW I his name is Marcus Julian Miller. I know he is from TN but do not know his Mother's name or his Father's he had a half brother name Jack (Jake) Miller. I understand that his Mother was married to two different Millers.
Subj: Re: [TNSMITH-L] LYNCH, anytime, anywhere in Smith County  Date: 1/14/99
From: jamesclark@lanset.com (Jim Clark)
To: Genny1@aol.com
CC: TNSMITH-L@rootsweb.com
Hello,
Just discovered that Smith County had finally logged on to RootsWeb. Re: Isaac Lynch m. Millie..had issue Susan and Iron. Susan married Harrison Lee Douglas first. He went on to marry two more times. His last marriage was to Susan Evelyn Fisher Clark, who was my grandmother. I believe Susan Lynch Douglas is buried with Harrison Lee Douglas near Popes Hill, Smith Co., TN.

There is another family of Lynches that migrated to Crittenden Co., KY along with many other families, Clarks, Paris's, Hunts, Congers, to name just a few. I have some iinformation on these families. Let me know what you need.
Jim Clark
3975 Deer Run Way
Sacramento, CA 95823

Genny1@aol.com wrote:
> I would appreciate hearing from anyone who has ANY LYNCH (or LINCH) connection in Smith County.....
> Gene Lynch (HELYNCH@aol.com) and I are both in a quandry with our LYNCH lines
> in Smith County.....so if any of you have ANYTHING with the LYNCH name that
> may shed some light on our LYNCH searching, it will be greatly appreciated....
> My Lynch: Isaac was married to Milly or Nellie Drusille ?.....Isaac may have
> had middle name of Westley/Wesley.....
> Isaac Lynch's son, Orin (Oran, Oren) was born 1849 in Smith County....Orin> was a "lay minister" for the Methodist Church and died in 1929 while preaching
> the funeral of a friend at Chestnut Mound...Rev. Orin Lynch was "Chairman Pro
> Tem" of the quarterly court at time of his death.
> Thanks for any help.....if you have any Lynch marriages in your line, please
> let me know.....
> Nancy Goodman in TN>
> ==== TNSMITH Mailing List ====
> Visit our Smith County Home Page:
> http://www.tngenweb.org/smith/


Subj: GENTNER; GRUNER  Date: 1/15/99
From: 3l@grantspass.com (Laura and Lloyd)
Reply-to: 3l@grantspass.com (Laura and Lloyd)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Jacob John GENTNER, b 25 Jul 1821, emigrated from Wuerttemberg, Germany with his widowed mother Christiane GRONER, b 2 Mar 1791, daughter of Daniel, and his sister Christiane, b 16 Aug 1824.

Jacob John married Christin a GRUNER when he was 43. They had 6 sons and 5 daughters, one of whom was Louis J. GENTNER, my grandfather, born 31 Aug 1866, Nashville, TN. Louis was third from the bottom. Siblings were: James Otto, 14 Dec 1859; Christina, 11 Aug 1861; Johann Friedrich (probably John or Fred), 29 May 1862; Julia Johanne, 24 Sep 1864; Karl Julius 26 Jul 1868; all born in Nashville, TN.

The 1870 Census finds the father, Jacob 49, Mother Cristina 35, Louis 4, and Charl 2, in Galveston, TX. Jacob was a soap manufacturer.
A recent check of CD phone disks, found no GENTNERs in TN, but a number in KY, concentration of majority being in Louisville. A phone call to one, appeared to make a link, but further checking proved to be a false lead.

It appears that some of the older brothers remained in TN when the family moved to TX. I would like very much to get in touch with my grandfather's siblings descendants!!!

Laura GENTNER DUNWALD


Subj: Check out Tennessee Today   Date: 1/15/99
Click here: Tennessee Today  (Newspapers)
http://www.tntoday.com/index.htm
Subj: Check out Tenn WWI Veterans : An Introduction  Date: 1/15/99

Tenn WWI Veterans : An Introduction
http://www.state.tn.us/sos/statelib/pubsvs/ww1intro.htm


Subj: Check out Jean Durrett Collection at Robertson County TN...  Date: 1/15/99

Jean Durrett Collection at Robertson County T...
http://home.earthlink.net/~howardorjeff/jean/


Subj: Re:Genealogy  Date: 1/16/99
From: techratt@pulse.net (R.McCullough)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi There,
I am in the sincerest of hopes that you can help me. I have tried to do a family tree yet I cannot find any info on The McCullough Family. The 2 Sisters Alma Lee and Emma lived in and around Murfreesboro. The Brother, Roy, My dad, moved to New Jersey and married Jacqueline Eckenrode.

I could not ever get any info from Dad or his sisters. They are all deceased now so , there is no one to get info from! After Dad died it was as though we were cut off. As though we all died! Grandad was John V. McCullough Granny was Amelia Roy. dates unknown. The only thing I can remember dad saying was that he was born in Franklin? Tennessee. If you can help me build from this PLEASE, e-mail me . Sincerest thanks!

Robert McCullough
techratt@pulse.net


Subj: Jacksons  Date: 1/17/99
From: gc.jackson@encode.com (George C. Jackson)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Genny.
I am looking for Jacksons or families related to Jacksons who can trace their ancestry back to Henry Jackson who arrived in America aboard the Elizabeth & Ann in 1635. He originally landed in Watertown Mass. but went to Fairfield Ct. in 1648 or 1649. He had sons, John, Samuel, Moses, and Joseph. Also a daughter Hannah who married Philip Galpin and Stephen Sherwood. Some descendents moved south to Virginia and Tennessee. Any help would be appreciated. I have lots of information on descendents who moved north and even into Canada.
George C. Jackson
241 James st. E.
Orillia Ont., Canada
L3V 1M3
1-705-325-8740
gc.jackson@encode.com
Name: Patsy Meyer
DATE: 01/17/99
Subject: John Ora Thompson
Email: www.Misspatsy1@aol.com
Website:
I am looking for information on my great-great grandfather John Ora Thompson born 5/14/1818 in Tennessee. He married Dorinda Niver Albin on 10/17/1841 in Hamiton County, Illinois. He died 12/27/1888 in Hamilton County, Illinois.
Subj: Mary Ann Massey Evans Grammer  Date: 1/17/99
From: sagramm@txdirect.net (Shirley Grammer)
Reply-to: @txdirect.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am searching for the grave of my great grandmother, Mary Ann Massey (Evans) Grammer, b. ca. 1833 in Tennessee. She was the daughter of Margaret Douthit and Lewis E. Massey. Margaret is buried in the Mulberry Cemetery in either Moore or Lincoln County, TN. Mary Ann married first, Eli Evans, 1/22/1851 in Lincoln County, Tennessee. After two children, Stacy Evans and Stephen Evans and the death of Eli, she married Peterson Henderson Grammer 3/21/1858 in Lincoln County, Tennessee. Mary Ann and Peterson had six children and she died ca. 1873 after the birth of the sixth child and is buried somewhere in the area of the above counties.
Peterson Henderson Grammer, my great grandfather, married Spicy Ann Cobble 4/26/1874 and they migrated to Cherokee County, Texas. If anyone has information on the grave of my great grandmother, Mary Ann, I would be extremely grateful if you would share this info with me. Sincerely,
John Thomas Grammer
sagramm@txdirect.net
Subj: Check out TENNESSEE GENEALOGY BOOKS
 Date: 1/17/99
TENNESSEE GENEALOGY BOOKS
http://www.genealogy-books.com/gpctn.htm
Subj: Check out VIRGINIA BIBLE RECORDS
Date: 1/17/99
VIRGINIA BIBLE RECORDS
http://www.genealogy-books.com/vatable.htm
Subj: Check out Pensions Included in Abstracts of Some Revolutionary War Pensions
Date: 1/18/99
Pensions Included in Abstracts of Some Revolutionary War Pensions http://www.genealogy-books.com/pension.htm
Subj: Samuel Osment - Hardeman Co. TN
Date: 1/18/99
From: therndon@ticnet.com (Troy H. Herndon)
To: Genny1@aol.com
The 1850 TN census index list Samuel Osment and daughter Rachel in Hardeman Co. Does anyone know if this is the Rachel Osment that married Jesse King, Sept. 28, 1859 and then W.H. Herndon, Apr. 16, 1868 in Hardeman Co.?
Thanks,
Troy Herndon -
therndon@ticnet.com
Subj: Re: from Nancy Goodman  Date: 1/19/99
From: Shrun
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, as I'm sure you can imagine! My husband was about to be laid off his job at Northrop Aircraft and the company I worked for folded, so we decided it was time to move. My husband got another job with the aerospace industry in GA, so here we are! We've been here 6 months and are still going through culture shock. I have to admit that I'm still homesick! 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: 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 ... work, home, etc. Much to my dismay, I still have a healthy interest tho ...

Say, do you still put out the Goodman newsletter? If so, please send information.
Thanks,
Charlotte Hearn Alexander in Little Rock


Subj: fwdd e-mail  Date: 1/19/99
From: lynch@n-jcenter.com (Harrell and Mary Lou)
To: genny1@aol.com

Hi NANCY ,,,
JUST WANT TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU FOR THE MSG YOU FORWARDED TO ME FROM LEE DOWEN. THAT IS DEFINETLY MY LINE AND WAS A BIG HELP TO ME.I WILL CONTACT HIM DIRECT FOR SOME ADDITIONAL INFO IF HE HAS IT. WE ARE STILL GOING TO FIND YOUR ISAAC ONE OF THESE DAYS. JUST WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW IT WAS A PLEASANT SURPRISE TO FIND THAT ON THE COMPUTER THIS
................HARRELL LYNCH IN FLORIDA.


Subj: Cooper  Date: 1/19/99
From: baughman@oztech.com (Glenn Baughman)
Reply-to: baughman@oztech.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hello,
My name is Glenn Baughman, in the Baughman (Bachmann) family I have A Polly Baughman, born Abt 1780 in the Shenandoah, Co, married William Cooper 19 Dec 1801 at Botetourt, Co, Va. He was born  Abt 1778. Any help would be appreciate.
Glenn
Subj: Re: Check out Goodman Home Page  Date: 1/19/99
From: RonGoodman
To: Genny1
Nancy,
I check out David's pages frequently, but can't keep up. He apparently has wads more time than I do to "work" the site. If my ISP ever keeps its word & supports my site's FrontPage interactive functions, I guess I'm going to have to find the time as well. He knows enough about my lines to drop me an EMail if he sees something close. He also sends lots of other people's queries my way!

My latest research foray to Orlando was fruitful, with several intriguing Goodman / Thorp connections in Hanover Co., VA 1739-1763., and Gwatkin / Thorp connections in Bedford Co., VA. I may be hot on the track of Epharilla Thorp's parentage! I decided to focus on this family for a time, to see if it may lead me back to Ansel & John's parentage, as well. It paid off in spades! There were also Goodman / Callaway and Gwatkin / Callaway connections about the same time. I am now thinking that Ansel and John Goodman of Bedford Co. may have had many family connections to several of the famous Boonesborough pioneers!! I need to put it all together & dig into some of my older notes on the same families, though.

I also got copies of the Bedford Co. Revolutionary soldiers from "Our Kin", and will begin the process of matching these names to the Boonesborough settlers list, and to the list of Saltmakers captured with Boone at Blue Licks. I will send a link to the final list when I get that done.
Later,
Ron


Subj: found  Date: 1/20/99
From: LMayben731@aol.com
To: Genny1
Found this not on your list..might want to add
www.geocities.com/heartland/hollow/2972/
Subj: Re: Lynch  Date: 1/20/99
From: HELynch@aol.com
To: Genny1

In a message dated 99-01-19 23:17:38 EST, you write:
<< oy, that query paid off didn't it!!
WHO was the lady? Sounds like my old friend Emogene Vaden Belvelheimer... her ancestor was George Washington Lynch and she thought George and my Isaac Lynch might be brothers, but don't know if she ever proved it....I have suspected that Emogene might be deceased because I tried to call her and the phone number no longer worked.. Let me know....and keep me posted.. >>

The first call was from Gayle Burgess whose mother was a Lynch . Lives in Oak Ridge, TN. The second call was from her Aunt whose husband was a Lynch (guess a brother of Gayle's mother) and lives in Clinton, TN. She was the one who had the History of Smith Co and was going to send me a copy of part.

Gene


Subj: Check out Descendants of John F Colgate (1825)  Date: 1/20/99
Descendants of John F Colgate (1825)
http://claynet.com/athomas/colgate/index.htm
Subj: A:\ISAAC.GED

Date: 1/20/99 11:45:27 PM Central Standard Time

From: leeshiril@ria.net (leeshiril)

To: Genny1@aol.com

File: ISAAC.GED (14733 bytes)

DL Time (26400 bps): < 1 minute

Nancy here is what I have on Isaac Lynch, I hope it will help. Andon the

book I have not heard about it. I have the 1880 census book and the

1838-1891 marriage records on Claiborne County.

Lee

A:\ISAAC.GED


Subj: A:\WILLIAMH.GED

Date: 1/20/99 11:51:07 PM Central Standard Time

From: leeshiril@ria.net (leeshiril)

To: Genny1@aol.com

File: WILLIAMH.GED (364711 bytes)

DL Time (26400 bps): < 4 minutes

Here is the GED.COM file on William Mason Lynch that I was telling Harrell

about. If we can find your Lynch with these you are more than welcome to

have this. I have a couple more Isaac Lynch to look at, and I will see if

they are your's.

Lee

A:\WILLIAMH.GED


Subj: Check out Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: The Thomas Ande
Date: 1/21/99
Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: The Thomas Anderson Clark Home Page
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/l/a/James-V-Clark/
Subj: Lynch  Date: 1/21/99
From: "Jim Clark" <jamesclark@lanset.com>
Subject: [TNSMITH-L] Lynch Family of Smith Co., TN
Do you think that John and Isaac Lynch might be one and the same? Both lived on or near Hogan's Creek, Smith Co., Tn. Harrison Lee Douglas, husband of Susan Lynch was raised on Hogan's Creek and John Lynch and his wife made their home on Hogan's Creek. Both John and Isaac had wives named Millie, not that common of a name.

JOHN LYNCH married MILLIE STALLINGS Abt.1803 in Edgecombe Co., NC, She was the daughter of UNKNOWN STALLINGS and UNKNOWN. They made their home on Hogan's Creek, Smith Co., TN.

Descendants of Isaac Lynch Generation No. 1 1. ISAAC LYNCH. He married MILLIE UNKNOWN. Children of ISAAC LYNCH and MILLIE UNKNOWN are: 2. i.SUSAN2 LYNCH, b. December 9, 1861, Smith Co.,Tn (?); d. April 30, 1916, Nashville, Davidson Co.,TN, Buried George Thompson Cemetery, Pope's Hill, Smith Co.,TN. 3. ii.IRON LYNCH.

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Isaac LYNCH 43 NC Sm-204-451 (Smith)
Nelly 27 TN
Manerva J. 12
David J. 9
Wm F. 7
John G. 5
Elizabeth 3
Oran 11/12

This one is mine:
Isaac LYNCH 43 NC Sm-204-451 (Smith)
Nelly 27 TN
Manerva J. 12
David J. 9
Wm F. 7
John G. 5
Elizabeth 3
Oran 11/12 (Rev. Orin Lynch, born 1849, married
1) Nancy Jane McKinney,
2) Martha McKinney
in Smith County, TN. They were both daughters of William (Bill) McKinney and Mary Lynch. Rev. Orin was a Methodist 'Lay Minister' and died while preaching the funeral of a friend in Chestnut Mound, Smith County, TN in 1929.)

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J. E. LYNCH 25 TN B-25-220
Litha J. 22 VA
Willson W. 1
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LYNCH James H. 38 TM G-399-303 (Gibson)
Martha 23 NC
Sarah 1
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Jeptha LYNCH 25 KY Cl-862-599
***Doug Matthews has more on this line, Email to:dmatt@infinet.com
Louiza 25 TN
Latilda 2
Satrah 6/12
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Jesse W. LYNCH 31 OH Cl-887-604
*** ( Doug Matthews' ancestor, Email to:dmatt@infinet.com)
Lavina 28 TN
George W. 9
James 5
Isaac R. 1
Elizabeth BREWER 10

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John LYNCH 24 IN Gr-1712-231 (Grainger)
***Doug Matthews has more on this line, Email to:dmatt@infinet.com
Mary 26 unk

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John LYNCH 55 KY Fr-1448-215 (Franklin)

***Doug Matthews has more on this line, Email to:dmatt@infinet.com
Nelly 47 KY
Catharine 16
Easther 13
Melvina 9
Hannah 5
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John B. LYNCH 64 SC F-1020-211 (Fayette)
Bathaney 49 SC
James M. 25
Pernisa 7
Margaret J. BROWN 2
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John B. LYNCH 67 VA Mt-1643-489 (Montgomery)


Subj: Check out Slaves' daily lives emerge from ground  Date: 1/21/99
Click here: Slaves' daily lives emerge from ground
http://www.tennessean.com/sii/98/09/05/wbowen5.shtml
Subj: Check out http://www.futureone.com/~burgess/mullins.html
Date: 1/21/99
MULLINS OF NORTH CAROLINA, by Jim Buirgess
http://www.futureone.com/~burgess/mullins.html

Subj: mike taylor/mullins
Date: 1/21/99
18 Apr 1998 Reference the data below, taken from your web site. I believe the 3a. John Mullins was the same one that showed up in the 1820 York Dist. SC census listed as John Sr. The John Jr. listed beside him was my 3G Grandfather. John Jr. was born in 1797. The John Sr. died in Hall Co. GA, ca.1830-1834. His wife, Nancy Ann ?, died in 1834 and left lottery land to son's John Jr. and Burton. John Jr's middle initial was "M". I once found a court record of a John M. Mullins in Burke Co. NC, dated about 1780, I think. Since the 1790 census shows two John Mullin's in Burke Co. living beside each other, I have presumed that it was your John 2b. and John 3a. But, you show that John 2b. died before 1874. Can you help on this line any? Also, my John Jr, had a son by the name of Green D. Mullins. John Sr. went to GA in the 1820's, showing up in Hall Co. for the 1830 census. John Jr. homesteaded in what is now Pickens Co. GA, near Talking Rock. He was there till the mid 1870's. John Jr. married Francis Ann Mullinax of York Dist. SC. I have not found a final disposition of John Jr. or Francis. Their 1st child was George Ross Mullins, my 2G Grandfather. He and son Sanford went to Texas about 1875, then to Pontotoc Co. OK about 1887. Mike Taylor 2b. John Mullins son of Thomas Mullins was born in Of Granville, North Carolina about 1742. John died before April 9, 1784 in Franklin, North Carolina. He married Mary in Of Granville, North Carolina, about 1761. Mary was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1742. Will Franklin County, North Carolina John Mullins Book C page 87 at Louisburg, North Carolina. John Mullins and Mary had the following children: 3a. John Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1762. 3b. Nancy Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1763. 3c. Julius Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1764. 3d. Bud Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1767. 3e. Entchen Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1769. 3f. Lane Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1770. 3g. Green Mullins was born in Of Franklin, North Carolina about 1772. Http://www.wl.net/mike_in_katy/mikeshouse.htm <--My homepage Http://www.rootsweb.com/~okpontot/pontotoc.htm <--The page I host for the OKGenWeb Http://www.wl.net/mike_in_katy/portraits/portraits.htm <-- My da

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John Mullins of Granville, North Carolina Jim - Reference the data below, taken from your web site. I believe the 3a. John Mullins was the same one that showed up in the 1820 York Dist. SC census listed as John Sr. The John Jr. listed beside him was my 3G Grandfather. John Jr. was born in 1797. The John Sr. died in Hall Co. GA, ca.1830-1834. His wife, Nancy Ann ?, died in 1834 and left lottery land to son's John Jr. and Burton. John Jr's middle initial was "M". I once found a court record of a John M. Mullins in Burke Co. NC, dated about 1780, I think. Since the 1790 census shows two John Mullin's in Burke Co. living beside each other, I have presumed that it was your John 2b. and John 3a. But, you show that John 2b. died before 1874. Can you help on this line any? Also, my John Jr, had a son by the name of Green D. Mullins. John Sr. went to GA in the 1820's, showing up in Hall Co. for the 1830 census. John Jr. homesteaded in what is now Pickens Co. GA, near Talking Rock. He was there till the mid 1870's. John Jr. married Francis Ann Mullinax of York Dist. SC. I have not found a final disposition of John Jr. or Francis. Their 1st child was George Ross Mullins, my 2G Grandfather. He and son Sanford went to Texas about 1875, then to Pontotoc Co. OK about 1887.
Mike Taylor mike_in_katy@wl.net


Subj: Green Mullins  Date: 1/21/99
From: Genny1
To: Kc6005@aol.com
CC: cbray@dallas.net, Genny1
Hi:
I copied the below queries from Jim Burgess's web page...
Do either of you show anything on a Green Mullins (age 35 to 45 in the 1880 Smith County TN census)...
This Green Mullins married Janie Johnson Napier....they were parents of my grandmother Laura Minnie Mullins, born 1879, Smith County TN.
Thanks for any help.....
Nancy Goodman in TN
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10 Feb 1998 Greenberry Mullins Kc6005 wrote: Jeff and Mullins List, I have a Greenberry S. Mullin shown on the 1830 U S Census, Bertie County NC. Greenberry settled in Haywood County Tennessee about 1835. Greenberry died about 1838 in Haywood Co TN. Greenberry married a Sarah Francis Hopkins in NC. I believe Greenberry was the son of Thomas Mullin and his brothers were Joseph, Henry and possibly Thomas. Please contact me at Kc6005@aol.com if you see any connections.
Regards,
Kay Crawford
Kc6005@aol.com
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10 Feb 1998 Greenberry Mullins I was not sure if it was you that is looking for Greenberry MULLINS or Jimmie Combs. In my line there is a Greenberry MULLINS, son of Green B. MULLINS. Green B. is my 5xgreat granfather and we suspect his name was also Green Berry. Green B. is the son of John MULLINS, who was the son of Thomas MULLINS. BTW Elijah MULLINS married ( he was Justice of the peace) several of my ancestors but I have not been able to connect him YET. Let me know if any of this would bee of any assistance to you
Jeff Rogers
Wetumpka, AL
cbray@dallas.net


Subj: Re: Green Mullins  Date: 1/21/99
From: Kc6005@ao..com
To: Genny1
Nancy,
My Greenberry Mullin died between Jan and Mar 1838 in Haywood County TN. His parents were Thomas Mullin and Elizabeth Sutton Mullin. Thomas and Elizabeth(I believe were born in Bertie County/Perquimans County NC) they left Haywood County Tn abt 1844 for Washington County AR and stayed until their death.

Thomas Mullin had a brother in Bertie County NC named Greenberry Mullin m to Harriet Watston...this Greenberry died 1811 in Bertie County NC...children if any are unknown to me. Just a thought....your Green could have come from this line.
There was also a Green Sutton in Perquimans County prior to 1800, don't recall the date.....
Let me know if you need any futher information from me.
Take care and good hunting.
Kay Crawford


Subj: STURGIS  Date: 1/21/99
From: mozment@erols.com (Dwight Ozment)
To: jacktar@infoave.net, Genny1@aol.com
Frank,
I have not forgotten lookup of your grandfather Carroll Chase STURGIS in Virginia Archives. Just have not had the chance ......
The other "serious" Ozment researchers (my branch) I mentioned are John Allan Ozment (CA),David Carlos Smith (NC), and Evelyn J. Thoes (TX) . I have already corresponded with them about you and your lineage, so maybe something will develop.
Suggest you subscribe to the OSMENT,OZMENT RESEARCH GROUP web page if you have not already done so. Contact Nancy Goodman, webmaster, >Genny1@aol.com< and I'm sure she will advise what info you need to submit to subscribe.
Dwight 3:10 P.M. ET Thur Jan 21, 1999
Subj: Ozment Family  Date: 1/21/99
From: jacktar@InfoAve.Net (Frank Courtney/Chris Bertchie)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi Nancy, I received your name in referral from Dwight Ozment. He suggested I contact you to subscribe to the Ozment list/web page of which you are webmaster. By way of introduction, I am a direct Ozment/Ozmon descendant from Talbot Co., Md. and have a line, perhaps related, maybe not, to Dwight's. We certainly have much in common, in any event. I would be glad to share, participate, etc. as I am deeply interested in this family line and its branches.
Please let me know what I need to do to subscribe. Thanks, Frank (maternal names, Sturgis, Cooper, Ozment, Fisher, Catrup)
Frank Courtney and Chris Bertchie
Moncks Corner, SC
Subj: Check out FEDERAL PENSION LISTS  Date: 1/22/99
FEDERAL PENSION LISTS
http://members.tripod.com/adm/popup/roadmap.shtml
Date: 1/22/99
From: wmerritt@cyberback.com (wmerritt)
Reply-to: wmerritt@cyberback.com (wmerritt)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I need to know the Father of Joshua C. Merritt born in 1826 in Carroll County or possibly Wilson County. Joshua migrated to AR and was found in Independance County in 1860 and in Yell County in 1880. Any info would be a great help!
Thanks!
Subj: Re: [TNSMITH-L] Lynch Family of Smith Co., TN  Date: 1/22/99
From: HELynch@aol.com
To: jamesclark@lanset.com, Genny1
In a message dated 99-01-20 18:42:40 EST, you write:
<< Descendants of Isaac Lynch
Generation No. 1
1. ISAAC LYNCH. He married MILLIE UNKNOWN.
Children of ISAAC LYNCH and MILLIE UNKNOWN are:
2. i.SUSAN2 LYNCH, b. December 9, 1861, Smith Co.,Tn (?); d. April 30, 1916, Nashville, Davidson Co.,TN, Buried George Thompson Cemetery, Pope's Hill, Smith Co.,TN.

3. ii.IRON LYNCH. >>

My "cousin" Genny1@aol.com writes:
Isaac LYNCH 43 NC Sm-204-451 (Smith)

Nelly 27 TN (Nancy's note..various records show Nelly or Millie Drusille per family researchers)
Manerva J. 12

David J. 9

Wm F. 7

John G. 5

Elizabeth 3

Oran 11/12

This one is mine: (Nancy Goodman)
Oran 11/12 (Rev. Orin Lynch, born 1849, married
1) Nancy Jane McKinney,
2) Martha McKinney in Smith County, TN. They were both daughters of William (Bill) McKinney and Mary Lynch. Rev. Orin Lynch was a Methodist 'Lay Minister' and died while preaching the funeral of a friend in Chestnut Mound, Smith County, TN in 1929.) "

GENE'S ANALYSIS
The John was married in 1803, probably born in 1777 in NC based on other records. Genny1's Isaac was born in 1807 in NC Your Isaac had the first dau in 1861 so was probably born in late 1830 to early 1840.
My question is "where did the info on your Isaac come from?, ie , census, a query or other. Thanks, GENE


Subj: William Harvey Simpson  Date: 1/22/99
From: EricSimp@aol.com
To: Genny1
William H. Simpson was born near Louden Tennessee 21 October 1839.
Married to Margaret Catherine Cummings on November 25(or 16) 1865.
He was acting Adj. of the 8th Tennessee Cavalry of Dibrell's Brigade, Forrest's Division. He and wife had some 11 children, and he was killed when a log rolled off a wagon. Am looking specifically for photos of him or his brother John Franklin born 26 April 1844 married Sarah Elizabeth Gribble16 November 1865. Died 22 January 1925 and had 9 children. He was also in Company D 8th Tennessee Cavalry. Any info will be appreciated.
Eric Simpson
Subj: Query  Date: 1/23/99
From: gscomman@ntslink.net
Reply-to: gscomman@ntslink.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
I posted this query and need to change my email address
to Gscomman@ntslink.net

It is listed under TENNESSEE GENEALOGY QUERIES #4

SIMMONS, WALKER, HARVEY, ERVING:
Subj: Queries Date: 97-10-31
From: gscomman@wagner.mtco.com (gas)
I am searching for Thomas SIMMONS and his wife Mary Ann WALKER.
They appear in the 1820 Census of Wayne County Tennessee. They have seven children. Three we know of are:
Peter Simmons,
Wiley Simmons, and
Lewis Simmons.
They were born in North Carolina in the 1800's in or around Bertie County. The children came to Tennessee while still young.  
We do not know where Thomas SIMMONS is before 1820 as he does not appear in any Census of Tennessee or North Carolina in the counties listed. They may be in surrounding counties.  
Thomas SIMMONS was born about 1765 in Bertie County North Carolina. Was married there and moved to Tennessee. The children grew up in Tennessee and married in Wayne county.
Peter SIMMONS married a Cynthia HARVEY.
Cynthia's Father was Thomas G. HARVEY from Georgia.
Lewis SIMMONS and Wiley SIMMONS married sisters Sarah Ann ERVING and Mary Ann ERVING.
Their parents were Hezekiah ERVING and Polly SIMMONS. They were born in North Carolina also. They came to Wayne county Tennessee where they were married about 1825 to 1831.
In 1832 Wiley and Lewis SIMMONS moved to Cape Giradeau Missouri.  
Thomas stayed in Wayne County Tennessee untill about 1843, when Peter and Thomas moved to Johnson County Illinois.  
Wiley and Peter Simmons moved to Johnson County Illinois in 1836.
Any help would be appreciated.
Greg Simmons
EMAIL: gscomman@wagner.mtco.com


Name: Margaret Southworth
DATE: 01/23/99
Subject: Earharts, Dabbs, Morgan, Lee
Email: MSouth1872@aol.com

Name: Ginger Lehman
DATE: 01/23/99
Subject: Smith and Campbell Families in Warren or Cannon Counties
Email: TennTex123@aol.com
I am searching for information on the Smith families of Warren County. My grandfather''s name was Hilton Smith and his father''s name was Charles Vinson Smith.
I am also searching for information on my grandmother''s family in Cannon County. Her father''s name was Isaac Campbell.
Subj: Check out Warren County, North Carolina, Posted Queries for
Date: 1/23/99

Warren County, North Carolina, Posted Queries for
http://www.lofthouse.com/warren/queries/query001.htm#12


Subj: Check out Warren County, North Carolina, Surname Registry and Index,
Date: 1/23/99
Warren County, North Carolina, Surname Registry and Index,
http://www.lofthouse.com/warren/queries/surm.htm
Subj: Check out NCGenWeb Genealogy
Date: 1/23/99
NCGenWeb Genealogy
http://www.blueridge.net/lds/nc/bute.html
Name: Sandra Wilson
Date: 01/23/99
Subject: looking for west, wilson, phelps, lancaster and kirk in mcnairy and surroun
Email: malshopr@aol.com

Hi,
I am trying to do a family tree and don''t know exactly what, when, how or where to start. Please help me. I am looking for my family that reside or resided in and around McNairy, Hardeman, and other surrounding counties in Tn.


Subj: Tracing the halliburtons and tabers  Date: 1/23/99
From: jbowman460@earthlink.net (Jeffrey Bowman)
Reply-to: jbowman460@earthlink.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi,
I just found your website when I was researching Richard halliburton (1900- 1939).
I know that Richard's uncle Earl Halliburton married a Taber and thus it came down toward my family. I went to the library and couldn't understand the lines described in the geneology book of the Halliburtons.
Can you help?
Can you trace from Earl halliburton and his Taber wife down to my grandmother Vida Taber (her brother is Wallace Taber, I do know that- I think there was a Jack Taber too)
Thanks!
jbowman460@earthlink.net
Jeffery Bowman
Subj: Check out Dave's Root Cellar Genealogy Starting Point  Date: 1/24/99
Dave's Root Cellar Genealogy Starting Point
http://users.jerseycape.com/schubert/INDEX.HTM
Subj: Drennan Family Graveyard  Date: 1/24/99
From: wade@chickasaw.com (Wade Drennan)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy
I have heard there is a Drennan Family Graveyard located somewhere around Suggs Creek area. Do you know if it exists and if a list has been made of the inscriptions and if so where I might obtain a copy. I am trying to find the grave of my Great Grandfather Thomas Jefferson Drennan.

Thank you.
Wade Drennan
wade@chickasaw.com

Subj: Drennon  Date: 1/26/99
From: DGFerrell
To: Genny1
Nancy,
Diane & I recorded this one abt four years ago, it could be the one you are looking for. It is now known as the McMennaway Cemetery and is located on the Towns property, dead ends on Stewarts Ferry Pike. If this is who he is looking for, let us know, there are several Drennons in this cemetery. Thomas Drennon, Nov 19, 1768, July 16, 1835.

Donna

Subj: Thomas Jefferson Drennan  Date: 1/26/99
From: wade@chickasaw.com (Wade Drennan)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Genny
I got your email about the Drennan Cemetery with the info from Donna.  The Thomas I am looking for was born ca 1842 and died I believe sometime between 1890-1900. What little I heard from my grandmother before she died was that he died in Wilson Co. I really don't know where he was buried. Thank you for your help and Please Thank Donna Graves Ferrell and Diane Weathers.
Wade Drennan

Subj: Re: Drennan Family Graveyard??  Date: 1/27/99
From: Brobpat@aol.com
To: TMWILSON-L@rootsweb.com
CC: Genny1
There is a listing of the DRENNAN cemetery in Partlow's work called "Selected Cemeteries of Wilson County" which I found in the Tenn. State Library and Archives back in the 1960s...if you do not have access to the work, I will be happy to post the tombstones.
Bob

Subj: Re: Drennon graveyard  Date: 1/28/99
From: wade@chickasaw.com (Wade Drennan)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Genny1@aol.com wrote:>
> Hi Wade...
> This note back from Bob Carver on the Drennons...
> Nancy>
> Thanks for the help, Bob!!
> ====
> Subj: Re: Drennan Family Graveyard??
> Date: 1/27/99 1:40:44 PM Central Standard Time
> From: Brobpat
> To: TMWILSON-L@rootsweb.com
> CC: Genny1>
> There is a listing of the DRENNAN cemetery in Partlow's work called "Selected
> Cemeteries of Wilson County" which I found in the Tenn. State Library and
> Archives back in the 1960s...if you do not have access to the work, I will be
> happy to post the tombstones.>
> Bob

Genny
I contacted Bob directly. I want you to know I really do appreciate your assistance. If ever you need anything from the Great State of Oklahoma let me know.
Have a nice day.

Wade Drennan
wade@chickasaw.com
822 St. Joseph Dr.
Ada, Ok. 74820


Subj: [LYNCH-L] Smith Co, 1800-50 and Edgecombe Co, Nc before 1810  Date: 1/25/99
From: HELynch@aol.com
To: LYNCH-L@rootsweb.com
Collecting info on all LYNCH/LINCH in Smith Co, TN 1800 to 1850 and Edgecombe Co, NC before 1810.  
Planning a post of all collected info in a few days on this board and other boards.
Presently have 1820-30-40-50 census, deeds 1822-27, Hogan's Creek Baptist Church records 1806-21 and other info.
Have ordered many Smith Co, TN records on Microfilm from LDS. Will review withing a couple of weeks, and post any new info.  
If you have any connections, please contact me.
Thanks,
Gene Lynch
Subj: Re: link to THS page?  Date: 1/25/99
From: white@hiwaay.net (Richard White)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi, Nancy...
I've just made a link for you to the THS page. I want to apologize profusely for the oversight. I also added links to the cemetery postings.
Thank you for letting me know about both items and for your kind comments concerning my site.
Richard White
TNGenWeb: Davidson County
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tndavids/nashgene.htm
---
At 12:45 PM 11/23/98 EST, you wrote:
>Hi Richard,
> Excellent job on the Davidson County web page......
>I posted a web page for the Tennessee Historical Society at:
>http://members.aol.com/genny1/tennhist.html
> and wondered if you would like to include a link to it on your Davidson
>County page...
> I have also posted some cemetery listings for Robert Powell Carver which
>includes Wilson County cemeteries and some Davidson County cemeteries at:
>http://members.aol.com/genny1/rpc_indx.html
> Thanks for all the good work.....
> Nancy Goodman in Hendersonville, TN
>See my home page on GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE
>http://members.aol.com/genny1/index.html
Subj: HEATH   Date: 1/25/99

William Heath in N.C. and Robertson Co., TN
Posted by Alan Heath <c699960@showme.missouri.edu> on Sat, 23 Jan 1999
Surnames: Heath, Ayres, James
William Heath, born ~1815 NC, married Caroline Ayres in Robertson County, TN, in 1842. Their children included Margaret A. (married Phipps), William M., Lemuel R., John H., Stephen F., Sarah, James M., Mary, Amanda, Susan, and Charles Washington. William and Caroline moved to Southeast Missouri about the time of the Civil War.
Subj: Check out Global Surname Search/GenConnect  Date: 1/25/99
Global Surname Search
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi?search
Subj: [LYNCH-L] Irish surnames forum  Date: 1/26/99
From: rreddick@tcsn.net (Richard D.Reddick)
To: LYNCH-L@rootsweb.com
Irish surnames forum - give it a try:
<http://names.local.ie/>

Richard Daly Reddick and Priscilla Lynch Reddick


Subj: Check out BOWMAN/LANE   Date: 1/25/99
BOWMAN/LANE
http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Tn/Roane?read=412
Subj: Check out U.S. CWC -- Civil War Links -- Historic Places 1  Date: 1/25/99
U.S. CWC -- Civil War Links -- Historic Places 1
http://www.cwc.lsu.edu/cwc/links/hist.htm#Cemeteries
Subj: Colgate  Date: 1/25/99
From: KJTpray@aol.com
To: Genny1
Nancy,
Just happened to stumble upon your website, and was surprised to find a lineage of my family. My grandfather was Baxter Colgate (whom I had heard people refer to as Jerry Baxter Colgate). My father was Blant Colgate, 1st son of Baxter and Lola Davis. I know nothing of my father''s history, and I will have to spiral through your website to trace this thing. My grandparents divorced when my father was young, and Baxter died in the 40's I think. My father had little contact with him. My grandmother died in the late 80's. She was born in the around 1897 and was in her nineties. Your records say that Baxter was born in 1904, which would have made her a bit older than my grandfather. My dad was born in 1921, which would have made Baxter only 17 when he was born. (?) My father died unexpectedly in 1986 of a heart attack. He was 64. My dad was born in Nashville, but at some point they moved to Louisville, Kentucky. I was raised in Dallas, Texas and I did not have a lot of contact with the extended family.
If you have any other leads or information, I would love to know.
Thanks, Jeanne Colgate Terrell
Subj: daniel  Date: 1/25/99

Roan Co. dANIEL(S) Search

Posted by Lynn Sheppa <msheppa165@aol.com> on Wed, 23 Sep 1998
Surnames: DANIEL, DANIELS, RAGINS, KING

I am looking for information on my ggggrandparents Jeremiah DANIEL(S) b. abt. 1818 in Tenn. and wife Elizabeth RAGINS b. abt. 1818 in N.C. Their first child Mary A DANIEL b. 1839 married Thomas King b. abt. 1834, in 1857. Other Daniels children were Danel (?), Elizabeth, Noah, Nancy, William, Thomas and Margaret. They lived in Roan, Monroe and Loudon Co.'s

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Responses

Daniel, Daniels, Reagan, Ragan : Judy Player -- Sat, 03 Oct 1998
Surnames: Daniel, Daniels, Reagan, Ragan, King, Magill, Duncan

King : Conchita M. Ballard -- Sun, 24 Jan 1999
Surnames: King

KING Query - Roane Co. : Judy Player -- Sun, 24 Jan 1999
Surnames: KING

DANIELS Family : Betty Young Bray -- Sat, 10 Oct 1998
Surnames: DANIELS, CHILDS

http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Tn/Roane?read=205

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Daniel, Daniels, Reagan, Ragan

Posted by Judy Player <ckp763@utah.uswest.net> on Sat, 03 Oct 1998, in response to Roan Co. dANIEL(S) Search, posted by Lynn Sheppa on Wed, 23 Sep 1998

Surnames: Daniel, Daniels, Reagan, Ragan, King, Magill, Duncan

I am a descendant of the Jeremiah Daniel you are inquiring about and have done extensive research. I'm anxious to hear from you! You are the first of the Daniel family line (other than a close cousin) to inquire about them.


Subj: Check out Lane - Lain - Layne - Missouri - Tennessee - Virginia  Date: 1/25/99
Lane - Lain - Layne - Missouri - Tennessee - Virginia

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/4192/lane.html

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/4192/lwm.html


Subj: Re: [TN] Global Surname Seach at GenConnect  Date: 1/26/99
From: hgdonald@leo.infi.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nor I.

I have ancestors in Robertson and Sumner Counties.
My Robertson/Sumner Surnames are:
ARMSTRONG - CAVITT/CAVETT - GANT - GARDNER - GROVES - HUTCHESON - LINK/LINCK - RIPPY - RONEY - STALCUP - SLOAN - STARK.

Helen


Subj: DANIELS  Date: 1/27/99
From: gildent@email.msn.com (gildent)
To: Genny1@aol.com
HELLO,
I SAW YOUR DANIELS PAGE. I LIVE IN DICKSON COUNTY AND WE HAVE RECENTLY MOVED TO THE FARM. I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING OUR PROPERTY TO LEARN THE HISTORY ABOUT IT. APPARENTLY THERE WAS ONCE A TOWN HERE CALLED "DANIELSVILLE" AND IT EVEN HAD A POST OFFICE I'VE BEEN TOLD. THE AREA IS BETWEEN YELLOWCREEK ROAD AND SYLVIA ROAD JUST OUTSIDE OF VANLEER TENNESSEE. DO YOU HAPPEN TO HAVE ANY INFO ON THIS TOWN? THE LADY ON THE FARM NEXT TO OURS IS ALSO RESEARCHING THE HISTORY OF THEIR PLACE AND SHE TOLD ME THERE WAS AN OLD CEMETARY ON THEIR PLACE, ALL THE LAST NAMES WERE "ELLIS". THANKS FOR ANYTHING YOU CAN TELL ME!
CAROLINE
Name: Donna Sadler Doty
Date:01/28/99
Subject: Sadler/Morris/Haas of Wilson/Dekalb Co in TN
Email: donnadoty@aol.com
I am researching my Sadler and Haas family lineages in Wilson Co until 1849 and then from 1850 on in Dekalb county. Morris line originated in Cannon, moved to Dekalb in abt 1900 and to Warren county in 1946.

Primary names are Thomas M (son of William W. Saddler and ?) and Elizabeth Ann Haas Sadler (daughter of Henry and Sarah Sneed Haas of Wilson county), Lafayette (aka, Fate, son of Thomas) and Martha Williams Sadler (daughter of Sebastian and Paralee Pistole Williams of Dekalb county), John Molloy and Mary Brashers Morris (John was son of Garlan Morris), Dan Sadler Sr and Myrtle Morris Sadler (daughter of John and Mary, Rellie (son of Fate) and Mary Bunch Kimbrough Sadler (daughter of Ernest and Sarah Bunch Kimbrough of Giles and later Wilson county TN). Rellie and Mary live in Mt Juliet TN on old Hickory Lake until their deaths in 1972 and 1986 respectively.

I would love to hear from anyone with knowledge of any of these lines. I have over 1400 people in my FTM file from Wilson and Dekalb couties alone with these surnames.

Thanks and good hunting!
Donna


Subj: Check out USGS National Mapping Information: Home Page  Date: 1/28/99
USGS National Mapping Information: Home Page
http://mapping.usgs.gov/
Subj: RHYNES' YORKS'
Date: 1/28/99 From: terry@compworldnet.com (Newcomb mail)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi
I am looking for my g-grandpa. His name was Garret Rhynes and married Betta Anna Lou York. He served in the civil war in Kentucky. He could not write so his name was spelled Rhines, Rines, Ryans. Any help would surley be appreciated.
Thanks,
Terry
Subj: Check out Stewart County Cemetery Records
Date: 1/28/99
Stewart County Cemetery Records
http://www.telalink.net/~scaevola/cemetery.htm
Subj: RE: [TNWILSON-L] Where did they go?  Date: 1/30/99
From: grovera@bcl.net (Grover D. Anderson)
To: Genny1@aol.com ('Genny1@aol.com')
Hi Genny,
Yes I sent the Shannon and Lain name to the list. I don't know if any other of my Lains (Lanes) moved elsewhere. I don't think that Julia Lain's parents moved with her. I think William Lain stayed in Lebanon with another daughter. I did find where he lived in Missouri at the beginning of war and must have stayed there about ten years before moving back. It was Quincy, MO which was strange since I live in Quincy, IL. I have not had time to check it all out but it looks like that is where my g-grandmother Julia was born. We have all had her birth in TN. We can sidetrack over to Quincy on one of our trips to TX. I hope to get started back on family searching as soon as I get my parents back down to TX. They have been here since Christmas with mother in hospital two different times for a total of 3 weeks so I have not even begin doing any family work except reading e-mail. When I get some things figured out I will let you know what is new.

Til later, Joyce

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From: Genny1@aol.com[SMTP:Genny1@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, January 29, 1999
To: grovera@bcl.net
Subject: Re: [TNWILSON-L] Where did they go?
Hi Joyce:
Did you also send a copy to the list?
And do you think we will EVER get all these Lane's worked out?!!
I found a new web page on Lanes the other day....
Will find the URL and send it to you....
Nancy Goodman

In a message dated 1/29/99 4:19:06 PM Central Standard Time, grovera@bcl.net writes:
<< Subj: RE: [TNWILSON-L] Where did they go?
Date: 1/29/99
From: grovera@bcl.net (Grover D. Anderson)
To: Genny1@aol.com ('Genny1@aol.com')

Henry Rogers m Mary Lasater, John Haney Shannon m Julia Alice Lane all went to Lamar Co. TX.
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From: Genny1@aol.com[SMTP:Genny1@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 28, 1999 10:17 PM
To: TNWILSON-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [TNWILSON-L] Where did they go?
Just wondered if everybody wants to let the rest of us know WHERE their Wilson County folks went to? >>

Note: see web page on "Where Did they Go? Wilson County TN residents"
http://members.aol.com/genny1/where.html


Subj: RE: Wilson County TN connections?  Date: 1/30/99
From: JohnScott@mtgroup.com (John Scott)
Reply-to: JohnScott@mtgroup.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
You may be going to the old address, which doesn't load the navigation frame.
The full address is
http://www.mtgroup.com/jsscott
I do have Wilson Co connections from my grandmother Hewgley's family.
- John

-----Original Message-----
From: Genny1@aol.com [mailto:Genny1@aol.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 30, 1999 12:59 PM
To: johnscott@mtgroup.com
Subject: Wilson County TN connections?
Hi John..
Looking around your web site, but didn't see a way to get to your family listings...think you have Wilson County TN connections, if I am right? Let me know please....
Nancy Goodman in TN
Genealogy and Tennessee web pages:
http://members.aol.com/genny1/index.html


Subj: Check out Family Genealogies & Surname Listings for Wilson County, TN  Date: 1/30/99 Family Genealogies & Surname Listings for Wilson County, TN http://www.tngenweb.org/wilson/familygn.htm
Subj: Check out Tennessee Heritage  Date: 1/30/99
Tennessee Heritage
http://www.mtgroup.com/jsscott
Subj: cherokee ancestors  Date: 1/30/99
From: OstrchRunr@aol.com
To: Genny1
am looking for any information on my great grandmother- her name was Francis Tennessee Summers. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


Subj: Maude Wilcox  Date: 1/30/99
From: LABauman@aol.com
To: Genny1
I am interested in finding family history of grandmother Maude Wilcox McQuiddy, born in Guthrie Kentucky and raised in Clarksville Tennessee. Can you help me.
LABauman@aol.com
Name: Randy L. Taylor
DATE: 01/30/99
Subject: Taylor/Lemons Williamson county
Email: augiedog@2escape.net
Looking for info on Billington and Mary Elizabeth MODGOLIN Taylor family.Lived in Tamis Valley(?)Southwest part of Williamson County approximately late 1790''s to 1817. Billington and Mary Elizabeth were born in Chatham county North Carolina. They had 9 children Mary,Matthew,Sarah(Sally),Jane,Martha,Rhoda,Billington J.,Celia and Nancy. Moved from area approx. 1817 to Southern Illinios. Billington J. married Sarah Lemons also of Williamson Co.in 1831 and lived most of their lives there.
Any info appreciated. These are my great,great,great grandparents!
Subj: Tennessee heritage  Date: 1/30/99
From: Kygymgrl@aol.com
To: Genny1
I've only heard short versions of my great-grandmother being cherokee. i live in kentucky and i know she was born maggie tennessee hollingsworth then moved to kentucky and married. her married name was easterling. i'm wondering how i could find anymore info about her, i remember she was 100 (i believe) when she passed away and i was 16 at the time. i was born in 1960. i mentioned this to an aunt and they said they remember going thru tennessee while traveling once with my great-grandma, and she said something about being raised there. any info would be appreciatd.
thank-you
debbie
Subj: Brooke, Brooks, Brook  Date: 1/31/99
From: Fambrooke@aol.com
To: Genny1
Hello,
I am looking for Saml Brooke ancestors also listed as Brook in 1860 in Roane Co. and Brooks in 1850 in Blount Co. Tennessee. Samuel Brooke lived in Loudon TN in 1860 and died in Knoxville Jan 1864 during siege of Knoxville of small pox. Would like info on Knoxville Oct 1863 to Jan 1864 and info on Brooke before 1850.
Thank you,
Russell Brooke
Subj: Check out Minutes1 1863-1901  Date: 1/31/99
Hiwassee Baptist Association Minutes
Minutes1 1863-1901
http://members.aol.com/clackroots/minutes.htm
Subj: Check out loudon co. cemetery index  Date: 1/31/99
Tommy Webster's Tennessee Valley Genealogy
Loudon Co. TN cemetery index
http://user.icx.net/~websterl/loudon_cem/loudon_co_cemetery_page.html



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