Nancy P. Goodman's
GENEALOGY AND TENNESSEE
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Tennessee Genealogy Queries
query 12.html
- June 1998


Want to add a query on YOUR Tennessee ancestors?
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MARTIN, DRENNON, HIBBARD, CULVER, TARRANT
Subj: Query  Date: 98-06-03
From: dittel06@info2000.net (Jack Martin)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Looking for anyone doing research on these surnames. My great-grandfather was Allen MARTIN. Allen was born around 1842, somewhere in Tennessee. He was married to Nancy DRENNON in 1862, in Perry County, Tennessee. He later married Lucinda HIBBARD, and she passed away in Illinois during 1886. After her death, Allen married Mary CULVER in Colorado about 1890. Possible children and/or relatives include; William C. MARTIN, Minnie MARTIN, and Marene MARTIN TARRANT. If you have any connections, or know of someone who might be of help, please e-mail me at
<dittel06@info2000.net>
....Jack Martin from Colorado
HAYS, ENOCHS, TEBBETTS:
Subj: Hays Family of Davidson Co.  Date: 98-06-03
From: tebbet1@airmail.net (Peggy Tebbetts)
To: Genny1@aol.com

I am searching for information on Charles HAYS, born about 1780 in Davidson Co., and his wife, Mourning ENOCHS. They were married in Davidson Co. on 3 Apr 1805 and had at least 3 sons: Samuel HAYS, Chad HAYS, and John C. HAYS.
The family moved to Claiborne Parish, Louisiana before 1830. I am interested to know about Charles and Mourning's parents, etc. as well as where the family was from originally.
Peggy Tebbetts
tebbet1@airmail.net


EDDENS, IDDINGS, OZMENT, PEAVY, PAVEY, COOK ANDERSON, McWILLIAMS:
Subj: EDDENS/OZMENT  Date: 98-06-03
From: rmmcw@effingham.net (Marsha McWilliams)
To: Genny1@aol.com

Hi,
I have been researching the Ozments and IDDINGS family for a while now (have already talked to Lon Martin and Howard Ozment), and an IDDINGS researcher I corresponded with wrote that EDDENS was origially IDDINGS. Had you ever heard of this before?
I have been trying to find out some information on Rebecca "Becky" PEAVY/PAVEY who married a Richard OZMENT in 1816, in Guilford Co., NC. I believe she was the daughter of my ancestor, John PAVEY and his wife (Mary?) Anderson. John PAVEY was on the 1790 Caroline Co., MD census, bought land in Guilford Co. in 1803.
Some of this Anderson line migrated to TN. ca. 1807. I have never been able to find out what happened to this Richard and Becky Ozment. There was a will (1816) in Guilford Co. of a Margaret COOK who left things to Becky Pavey and Isaac Anderson.  Joseph Iddings and Richard Ozment were witnesses.
Does any of this sound familiar to you? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
Marsha McWilliams


WILLIAMS, COOPER, WEAKLEY:
Subj: P.C.WILLIAMS IN WEAKLEY BOOK    Date: 98-06-04
From: m.cooper@erols.com (Marvin S. Cooper)
To: Genny1@aol.com (Nancy Goodman)
Hi Nancy,
As far as I can determine from here (Maryland) Presley C. WILLIAMS is my husbands great-grandfather. He is the only WILLIAMS I've found in any records either on-line or from Family Tree Maker or the LDS Family History Center who fits the initials "P.C." as they appeared on the wedding invitation for my husband's grandparents' wedding. I would appreciate contact with someone who has more information about him.  
Thanks for your help.
Joyce Cooper
GARRETT, POWELL, CAUSEY,  COSSIE, MARTIN:
Subj: Query for Southern States Date: 98-06-04
From: fredd1907@earthlink.net (linda garrett)
To: Genny1@aol.com ('Genny1@aol.com')
POWELL/CAUSEY/MARTIN
I am searching in Clarksville, Montgomery Co., TN for information on parents of William C. POWELL and his wife, Rhoda S. CAUSEY.

William was born 2-10-1818 in Clarksville, son of Eaton POWELL and _______MARTIN. Rhoda was born 12-11-1814 in TN, parents unknown. They had 12 children.
The family moved first to PA and then sometime in 1840's to Bond Co., IL along with William's brother, Benjamin Eaton POWELL born 1815 in TN. He was married to Nellie Cossie from KY. Records in this area and time very hard to come by.
Anyone who has information, please contact me at:
fredd1907@earthlink.com
Thank you,
Linda Garrett


Phillips, Donald, Gant:
Subj: Re: [TNSUMNER-L] Phillips in TN  Date: 98-06-07
From: hgdonald@leo.infi.net (Helen Donald)
Reply-to: hgdonald@leo.infi.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy,
I am looking for a Susannah Phillips who married John Gant (1734-1801) in NC.
She is actually on my list of "to be researched", but if you happpen to come across a Susannah Phillips in NC 1734-1800, would you please let me know.
I certainly appreciate the info you posted and am saving it for future reference.
Helen Gant Donald
In SW GA (but native Tennessean)

HORN:
Subj: Horns of N. C. and Tn  Date: 98-06-07
From: SALTERR@aol.com
To: Genny1

Nancy, in addition to the Davidson Co, Tn List, I also subscribe to a Horn (family) List. I would like to send your message on, to the Horn list but wanted to ask your permission first. I think it might be of some use to other Horn researchers. Unfortunately, my Horn family came from Md. in Rev War and then to other places. Waiting to hear from you,
Joyce
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PHILLIPS,  PHILIPS, HORN, WHARTON, WILLIAMS, BATTLE, HILIARD, MARTIN, CLARK, DWYER,  APPLETON, ACKLEN, GOODMAN:
 
[see more PHILIPS, PHILLIPS info at:http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/phillips.html ]
[see more GOODMAN info at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/goodman.html]]

"I copied the information given here in case it helps someone researching in Davidson County...
this is not my Phillips line; but maybe it will be of use to some of you for the other names given.

Page 72-73: Bible Records and Marriage Bonds, compiled by Jeannette Tillotson Acklen; originally published, 1933, reprinted 1992 by Genealogical Publishing Company for Clearfield Company, Baltimore, MD.
Joseph Philips was an early settler, emigrated in 1891  
(Note: this date is obviously a typo, and probably should be 1791)
with his wife, Milbrey Horn, from Edgecomb County, N.C. to Davidson County,
and settled six miles north of Nashville. His ancestry for several generations, both paternal and maternal, were natives of Edgecomb Province under the Colonial government.
"Joseph Philips served as guide for the Continental forces and participated in the Battle of Kings Mountain. Mathew Philips, brother of Joseph Philips, commanded a regiment of troops and died preceeding the Battle of Kings Mountain, from an overdraught of water."
Joseph Philips served as Justice for Davidson County in 1796.
Joseph Philips was born in Edgecomb County NC, Oct 31, 1763; died in Davidson County, TN May 22, 1832; married 1785, Milbrey Horn, born in Edgecomb County
NC, Dec 4, 1764, daughter of Henry Horn, Jr., second husband of Sarah Battle,
Hiliard, widow, died in Davidson Co TN Dec 19, 1851.
Children:
Mary "Polly" Phillips, born Sept 6, 1788 in NC, died in Davidson Co, TN, April 11, 1813, married April 29, 1804 as first wife of Jesse Wharton.
Sarah "Sallie" Philips, born in NC, Aug 1, 1788 (this maybe should be 1789?), died in Davidson Co TN, Jan 19, 1859; married Feb 11, 1807, William Williams, born April 15, 1776, died March 6, 1862.
Rebecca Philips, born in NC April 16, 1790; died in infancy.
Martha Philips, born in Davidson County Dec 11, 1792; married Thomas Martin.
Charlotte Phillips, born Nov 25, 1795; drowned in Cumberland River July 23, 1811. Henry Horn Philips, born Sept 5, 1797; died Oct 4, 1816, unmarried.
Margaret "Peggy" Thomas Philips, born Sept 20, 1799, died ___, 1844; married, 1815, Josiah Fredrick Williams.
Joseph Hooper Philips, born Jan 2, 1803, died in infancy.
William Duncan Philips, born June 1804, died June 5, 1879; married, first, 1825, Susan B. Clark; died without issue, married second, 1828, Eliza Dwyer, born Aug 3, 1801, in Ireland; died Nov. 10, 1871.
The homestead of Joseph Philips, six miles north of Nashville, TN., was known as "Sugar Tree Grove." He and his family are buried in private burial ground on his home place.
--------The above-listed Philips family is not connected (that I know of) to my Ezekiel Phillips, born 1778 in MD and was in Robertson County by early 1800's; however, Ezekiel's son, Preston D. Phillips, born 1820 in Sumner County was married in 1835 to Amanda Appleton in Davidson County TN...
I am still searching for more on Ezekiel's ancestry, and on Amanda Appleton.
Nancy Phillips Goodman in TN
EMAIL: Genny1@aol.com
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HORN, WARD, WEATHERFORD, FREEDMAN:

Subj: Horn in Tennessee  Date: 98-06-09
From: McAfre@aol.com
To: Genny1
A message was forwarded to the Horn-L with your message referring to Milbry Horn. My Horn connection is with Rhoda Horn, Daughter of Elijah Horn, Edgecomb County, NC. Rhoda married Mercer (Messer) Ward, date not know, by the early 1800s they were living in Middle Tennessee. Militias Lists and land records place them in Stewart County by 1812. Their daughter was Wealthy Ward m. John Weatherford with children Wiley and Milbry. By the 1820s, Wealthy had moved to Hickman Co, Kentucky; her parents soon followed. (John had fought in the War of 1812, and the Indian Wars; then there is no known information.)
I have read but not confirmed that Elijah Horn and Henry Horn, JR. were brothers; can you provide a source for confirming this information?
Would you know of someone who would be willing to check on the marriage of Wealthy and John Weatherford? In exchange, am willing to check the Library of Congress, National Archives and DAR library (I live in Northern Virginia).
I am in the process on computerizing my information which I have inherited from my sister and a cousin. I am drowning in unorganized papers! .....
I have gathered from the National Archives any possible relevant information with Ward and Horn on the War of 1812 and Indian Wars; if I can assist you in any way, please notify me.
Best regards,
Mary C. Freedman
1200 N. Nash St. #829
Arlington, Va 22209


MULLINS, ALFORD:
Subj: Re: MULLINS  Date: 98-06-08
From: PWL006@aol.com
To: Genny1
My Green Mullins was the one in Maary Co.(TN)
He was born around 1810 and married a Mahala Alford in NC, then moved to TN in 1831.
If you make a tie-in or find anything on my Green then let me know and I will do the same.

PHILLIPS, DUPUY, HEAD:

Subj: Phillips  Date: 98-06-08
From: kkajun@airmail.net (Kay Dupuy)
To: Genny1@AOL.Com
Hello,
I'm looking for a Providence Phillips who married a Pascal Head in Sumner Co.Tn.
She was my ancestor. Her grave is in Sumner Co.
I would like to know who parents were.
Any info would be helpful.
Thanks
Kay
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 1998
From: "Noel C. Matthews" <noelm@xplorenet.com>
To: TNWILLIA-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [TNWILLIA-L] New URL for Williamson County Page
The Williamson County (TN) Web Page has a new URL or address. It should now be easier for individuals to search and find it. The new address is:
http://www.tngenweb.usit.com/williamson/
The primary reason for the change was that the old file name was shortened to "williams" so that when anyone searched for "williamson" county it did not show up. Now hopefully it will.
If you havn't checked it out yet do so. It is very at this time but will be added to next week.
Cheers,
Noel Matthews,
TNWILLIA mail list manager
BOYD, BALLENTINE, HAMILTON:

Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] Marcus BOYD   Date: 98-06-11
From: ed.boyd @mcione.com(ed.boyd)
To: TNCHEATH-L@rootsweb.com
I am searching for and any information on my gg grandfather, Marcus BOYD, born in Tennessee ca 1822. He married Sarah Jane BALLENTINE in Montgomery, TN on 9 Feb. 1850.
Children:
John C.  BOYD, b. Nov/Dec 1850 TN
(daughter) BOYD, b. 15 Aug. 1853 Trigg Co. KY (died at birth)
Margaret E. BOYD, b. 16 Aug. 1854 Trigg Co. KY
William L.  BOYD, b. 9 Apr. 1855 McCracken Co. KY
Charles BOYD, b. 21 May 1857 McCracken Co. KY
Luther  BOYD, b. 1 Sept. 1861 McCracken Co. KY
Sarah probably died shortly after Luther was born. I do not know where or when Marcus died. I have only their marriage record, the birth records and the 1860 census of McCracken Co. KY.
My great grandfather, John C. BOYD, married Nancy HALL, 22 Jan.1877 in Montgomery Co. TN. John and Nancy and two of their children, Edward Lee BOYD, and Andrew Thomas BOYD, are listed on the 1880 census of Cheatham Co.  TN. They returned to the Lovelaceville area of Ballard/McCracken Co. KY ca 1882 and John died there the winter of 1887-88.
I have found two other Marcus BOYD's; one married Eliza HAMILTON in Williamson Co. TN in 1825 and later moved to MO and the other married a Margaret BOYD in Trigg Co. KY in 1857, neither appear to be directly connected to my gg grandfather.
Any information would be most appreciated.
Ed BOYD
<ed.boyd @mcione.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998
From: Jackie Robinson <jackier@PLANETC.COM>
Subject: Hawkins County TN Updates
Quite a few things are new to the Hawkins County Page this week.
The Hawkins County Biographies from the TN General Assembly have been uploaded. Url is:  http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/links.html#assembly
More info was added to the Galbraith Family file also.
A few more wills were uploaded to Will Book I.
A page on the 60th TN Infantry also was uploaded at the following url:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/links.html#mil
The queries have been updated through June 10.
A big hand for the volunteers for their fantastic effort!
Jackie Robinson
TNGenWeb Cocke County, http://www.rootsweb.com/~tncocke/Index.html
TNGenWeb Hawkins County, http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/index.html TNGenWeb "Abstracts from TN Newspapers http://www.tngenweb.org/newspaper/
Guthrie Homepage http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/6501
Mowery Homepage http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/jamestown/47/
MILUM, THACKER, SMITH:
Subj: MILUM Date: 98-06-11
From: EHSMITH@worldnet.att.net (Edw H SMITH)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Am looking for information on a Milinday MILUM b Oct 3, 1832 in Tennessee d. May 30, 1864 married a William James THACKER on Feb 25, 1856. Don't know where she died or anything about her ancestors. William THACKER d Aug 25, 1896 in Baxter County, Arkansas. Would be willing to exchange information about anything that I have.
Ed Smith
LAWING, SUBLETT, BOHN, AKIN:
Subj: Genealogy: Lawing/Sublett  Date: 98-06-11
From: Linda.Bohn@Corp.Sun.COM (Linda Bohn)
To: genny1@aol.com
Saw your webpage and thought I would take you up on the offer and send names of ancestors I am tracing in Tennessee. Who knows, maybe someone ... is tracing the same family. There are two families I am interested in tracking. I can't provide much information on either.  

LAWING FAMILY
Robert Lawing  b. Feb 3, 1788, Mecklenburgh, NC.m. Mary A SUBLETT in Oct. 1816, Musfreesboro, TN. d. Aug 16, 1864, Christian Co, MO.
Children:
I only know of Allen C. LAWING
Allen C. Lawing  b. 1824, Rutherford Co,TN. m. (don't know the name of his spouse, or when or where they were married.)  d. between 1881-1884, location unk., possibly MO
Allen had 6 children. I only know the names of two:
Mary Lawing
Margaret Lucile Lawing  b. Nov 8, 1848 in Springfield, Mo.

SUBLETT FAMILY
Mary Sublett (married to Robert Lawing); Her father was William Sublett b. in VA m. ? AKIN  d. 1839 in Rutherford Co, TN
I will appreciate any information that can be provided on either family.
Thank you,
Linda Bohn


Subj: Announcing GenealogyLibrary.com   Date: 98-06-12
From: fto-info@familytreemaker.com
To: genny1@aol.com

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DAVIS, MITCHELL, GREER:
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998  
From: djdavis2@juno.com (Dolores J Davis)
To: TNDAVIDS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: MITCHELL 1800>1834>MO
Hello Folks,
My first posting to this list. Is anyone else researching the MITCHELL families in Davidson Co., Tn.?
Facing a brick wall on my 3rd G-Gmor, Mary "Polly" MITCHELL born 1792 _?_ TN / VA (Franklin) m. 1814 Davidson Co., TN Joseph GREER. They were in MO (Lafayette) by abt. 1834 and lived there until their deaths - she in 1862 and Joseph 1871. Joseph does not show up on Census lists in MO 1850-1870, so cannot find her place of birth yet.
Will be so happy to hear from anyone researching the MITCHELLs who might know the parentage and/or place of birth of my Mary "Polly."
Thank you.
Dolores
GILMORE, ROBBINS:
Subj: GILMORE SURNAME   Date: 98-06-12
From: robbinstw-mk@email.msn.com (Terry and Mary Robbins)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hello Genny:
Researching surname GILMORE
Frank GILMORE b. 23 Dec 1867 Tennessee, parents unknown at this point.
He married (given name) Josie (?) in 1888 in Dallas, Texas. Josie was b. Dec 1871 in Tennessee. Still researching both death dates.
My Grandfather Odie Edward GILMORE b. Feb 1898 in Dallas, Texas was one of 10 children all born in Texas.
My gg-grandfather Frank Gilmore's great-grandmother was said to be of Native American heritage and from Tennessee. It is said that she was blind.
It is my hope to trace my genealogy back to my ggg-grandmother and learn something of her history.
I'm willing to share genealogy information with those who might have some knowledge of my Gilmore family.
Thank you,
Mary Kathleen Bales Robbins
Antioch, California
robbinstw-mk@msn.com
Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998  
From: "Ali" <alleylaw@wilmington.net>
To: MULLINS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Census online
I am challenging other researchers to join the GenWeb Census online project & asking you to adopt a county to transcribe online. To show good faith I have submitted for 1850 Boone Co., VA. In looking over the state of WV there was not one thing assigned and Indiana is looking pretty poor too!
I think it is a wonderful project! I am always asking how I can help...well I have now found out how. If everyone just adopted one country for one year this project would soar! Please go to this address and read about it and to meet the challenge:
http://www.usgenweb.org/census/#transcribe

\\ali//
ALI'S HOME PAGE: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/1992
BOWKER, ALSTON, ALLSTONE, GOODMAN:
Subj: Bowker in Tennessee Date: 98-06-12  
From: Genny1@aol.com
To: gbowker@netrover.com (Gordon Bowker)
Hi Gordon:
Wanted to let you know I have posted some Bowker info on one of my web pages at: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/bowker.html
I also posted a copy of your note concerning Bowker research, in case anyone else is searching for Bowkers....researchers on this line seem to be very few and far between!!

This way, the info is there if someone connects and if you run upon anything to connect with our Bowker line in England....Mary Bowker was said to be a 'lady-in-waiting" to the Queen, before she married Allstone or Alston and they moved to the US, and he changed his name to Bowker....
Nancy Goodman in TN
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Subj: TN Bowker's Date: 98-06-12  
From: gbowker@netrover.com (Gordon Bowker)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hello, Nancy,
Many thanks for your email. I have considerable material from other Bowker lines not yet entered; perhaps this will fit in somewhere, but it will add to my database for future use.
Again , my thanks.
My English ancestor came from Manchester, as did your husband's, but a couple of hundred years later.
Best wishes.
Gordon Bowker


Date: Fri, 12 Jun 1998
From: Bridgett Smith <bascs@SNARK.WIZARD.COM>
Subject: TNGenWeb
The TNGenWeb Project invites you to visit our updated website at it's new URL -- http://www.tngenweb.org/
We have our own domain name now so it should be easier for TN researchers to find us.
Exciting things are happening with the project:
With our new domain name comes the ease of finding your way to the county of your choice, just enter http://www.tngenweb.org/countyname and you will be taken there.
Many new additions have been added to our "Letters from Forgotten Ancestors" area. These are letters from or to folks in TN before 1920. If you like reading old letters this is the place to visit. http://www.tngenweb.org/tnletters/
"People of Color in Old Tennessee" is our endeavor to aid those researching their African-American heritage http://www.tngenweb.org/tncolor/
Many of the counties now have their history as they appear in "Goodspeed's History of Tennessee -- County Histories" and more are being added frequently. http://www.tngenweb.org/cntylinks/goodspeed/
View queries or submit your own to the county of your choice, or if you do not know what county, we have an unknown county query page, http://www.tngenweb.org/queries/
Many more features and aids in your research, too numerous to mention here.
Drop on by, take off your shoes and sit a spell
Happy hunting,
Bridgett
Bridgett Smith
TNGenWeb State Coordinator  
http://www.tngenweb.org/
RANSOM:

Subj: Query for Partyline Date: 98-06-13
From: ransom@friend.ly.net (Gene Ransom, Jr.)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am trying to find the parents of ROBERT PAYNE RANSOM (1857-1912). He was born in Tennessee and practiced medicine in South Carolina. His father may be RICHARD PORTICE RANSOM or a JOHN RANSOM.
How do you check births and parentage in Tennessee, since vital record recording was not done in 19th century?
Thanks
Gene Ransom Jr.
ransom@friend.ly.net
YOUNGER, CLOPTON:

Subj: YOUNGER and CLOPTON Familes in Carroll/Gibson County Tenn
Date: 98-06-13
From: MYou954922@aol.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hello,
I am looking for any history on the Younger and Clopton families that lived in Carroll and Gibson counties in Tenn in the 1800's.
I have traced the Youngers back to Virginia in the 1700's.
Also have information on Alexander Younger who came from Scotland in the 1600's who started this line.
Any information would be appreciated.
William Mark Younger
Collierville, TN

Ussery, Rushing, Angeli, Kersey:
Subj: Hutchins Ussery  
Date: 98-06-13
From: kerse@flash.net (Barbara S. Kersey)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Need information on Hutchins Ussery b.@l790 married Frances Rushing, Giles Co. TN.
On the Perry Co. Tn 1820 Census, I found him listed as head of the household.
I would appreciate any help you can give me about Hutchin(s). One of his sons was called Abner.  He was on the 1840 census in Perry Co. Tn. Wife Unknown.
I would also appreciate any help anyone can give me on Abner.
Thank you
Clyda Angeli
354 Brettonwood Dr
San Antonio, TX 78218-4208

Subj: Hutchin(s) Ussery
Date: 98-06-14
From: kerse@flash.net (Barbara S. Kersey)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am interested in the Ussery's and the Rushing families of Tennessee.
Hutchin(s) was born about 1798 in Montgomery Co. N.C. and died in Giles Co., Tn about 1836. He was married to Francis "Fannie" Rushing about 1813 or 1814. He was found as head of household in Perry Co.,Tn in 1820 census.
Fannie Rushing was supposed to have a brother Burrel Rushing. Nothing could be found on him.
I can find information on the children but not on the parents Hutchin(s) and Frances (Rushing) Ussery.
Thank you for any help on any information that anyone can find.
kerse@flash.net


AVERY, MILEY, ALLEN:
Subj: George Avery  Date: 98-06-14
From: Samikitti@webtv.net (Anastasia Miley)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Searching for any information on this family line.
George Avery b. 1750 in NC. m.1787 in NC. d. 10 June 1853 in Wilson Co. TN;.
wife Elizabeth Allen b. 1750 in Putt Co. NC; d. 27 Nov. 1857 in Wilson Co. TN
Kids-1:
John W. AVERY
I will be grateful for any information.
Date: Sun, 14 Jun 1998
From: Bobby Bland <bland96@aeneas.net>
To: CROCKETT-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [CROCKETT-L] Re: John Crockett brother of DAVID CROCKETT

....all persons who have expressed interest in the Crockett Cousins book by Kathryn Jones:
The Direct Descendants and Kin of David Crockett organization
offers this book. Make check to  the organization for $32.00 which includes postage.
This covers other Crockett families other than David's family
Mail to:
Joy N. Bland
5555 Reynoldsburg Rd.
Paris, TN 38242
Have you visited the Crockett homepage?
http://home.earthlink.net/~alamotexas

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HARRISON, GUPTON, HUNT, RACKLEY, SCHALLER:
Subj: [TNCHEATH-L] Harrison, Gupton, Hunt & Rackley families  Date: 98-06-17
From: wlks8008@htc.net (Wanda Schaller)
To: TNCHEATH-L@rootsweb.com
I am interested in the parents of Allen J. Harrison b. 1822 and married Martha A. Gupton b. 1840 in Cheatham Co TN, 13 Sept. 1761 (Book A p.25).
Is there any history about this Harrison family?
Wanda

Jordan, Cowan, Chumbley, Rainwater, Stowe, Kilpatrick
Subj: Your page  Date: 98-06-18
From: Hallmrker2@aol.com
To: Genny1
Genny, I love your page, I will put a query soon. ... I have been researching for a couple of years on-line but only in spare time. I live in Dickson Co ----will be glad to help out any time possible. Thanks for a great page.
Helen
Researching: Jordan, Cowan, Chumbley, Rainwater, Stowe, Kilpatrick (and others)

Dreaden, Dresden
Subj: DREADEN ANCESTORS  Date: 98-06-20
From: dayra@pacbell.net (FRED DREADEN)
Reply-to: dayra@pacbell.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
MY NAME IS FRED DREADEN, AND I AM LOOKING UP ANYTHING O THE DREADEN'S.
MY GRANDDAD'S NAME WAS THOMAS L. DREADEN THAT OWNED A GROCEERY/HARDWARE STORE IN THE LATE 50'S - 60'S.
I BELIEVE THAT THE ORIGINAL NAME WAS DRESDEN FROM GERMANY THAT WENT TO EITHER SCOTLAND OR IR LEAD TO ELLIS ISLAND, NY TO STEUBVILLE, OHIO TO TENNESSEE.
I HAVE VERY LITTLE TO GO ON, AND I WILL APPRECIATE ALL OF THE ASSISTANCE THAT YOU MAY BE ABLE TO RENDER ME.
MY EMAIL IS: dayra@pacbell.net
GOODMAN, JEFFIRS, WILLHAUCK, HUGGINS, COATS, KIMES, ROWDEN, STINSON, MONTGOMERY, VAUGHNON, FULLER, WORKMAN, JACKSON, DAVIS, JONES, BAKER, BENNETT, FARMER, MORRIS:

Subj: GOODMAN, JEFFIRS, WILLHAUCK, HUGGINS  Date: 98-06-20
From: mat@mindsync.com
To: Genny1@aol.com
Just spent the last 2 hours reading about the Goodman's and would like to add to your list. I have been working on my genealogy for about 5 years but since I am in Ca. and most of my background is from TN, KY, and OH the records are hard to find.
James Robert JEFFIRS br 1/1/1861 in MO or ILL died 10/24/1929 Union City TN (his parents were unknown) married Alice GOODMAN born 12/25/1871 in Obion Cty,TN died 1/23/1930 Union City TN ( her parents were Jno (John) GOODMAN and Rachel COATS) were married at Troy, TN 9/4/1887. They had 9 children:
1 - Carrie Mae brn 1888 married Harvey Kimes
2 - Lessie Lee brn 1890 married Rowden
3 - Minnie Florence brn 1893 married Willie Stinson and Vodie Montogomery.
4 - Eula Bell brn 1895 married Brent Vaughnon
5 - John Robert (Bud) brn 1899 married Jennie Fuller
6 - Lena Ethel brn 1902
7 - Lois Vivian brn 1906 married Marvin Jackson
8 - Aubery Odell brn 1909 married Virgie WILLHAUCK (my father)
9 - W.J. brn 1913
John Robert and Alice are buried at Camp Grounds cemetery in TN.
I found census records showing them living in Ark. in 1910 and in KY in 1920. They were farmers. I know Alice had several brothers and sisters but can find no records.
Luther Thomas WILLHAUCK brn 3/23/1889 TN died 8/20/1961 Union City,TN married Lydia Blanch HUGGINS brn 3/25/1875 Graves KY and died 3/8/1951 Union City, TN (her parents were Thomaas Jefferson HUGGINS and Mary Elnor WORKMAN) they were married 1/29/1911. They had 2 children:
1 - Mary Ellen Virgie WILLHAUCK, brn 10/15/1911 married Odell JEFFIRS died 6/9/1943 ( my mother)
2 - Vera Ella WILLHAUCK, brn 3/28/1930
I know my grandmother had several sisters but have no record of their married names.
Joseph Franklin WILLHAUCK brn 2/2/1857 Toledo OH died 7/9/1914 Hickman, KY.
(father was Joseph WILLHAUCK brn 1833 Baden, Germany died 1868 Toledo, OH - mother Cecelia) married Mary Jane DAVIS brn 3/5/1863/1864 died 11/1929 St Louis MO. They had 11 children:
1 - Ananda M WILLHAUCK, brn 1880
2 - Dave W. WILLHAUCK, brn 1883 died 1910
3 - Jessie Henry WILLHAUCK, brn 1884 died 1958 married Etta Jones
4 - Luther Thomas WILLHAUCK, brn 1889 died 1961 married Lydia Blanch Huggins
5 - Zellie WILLHAUCK, brn 1891 died 1917 married Bud Baker
6 - Lettie Jane WILLHAUCK, brn 1893 died 1965 married John Henry Sanders
7 - Joseph F . WILLHAUCK, brn 1895/97 died 1979 married Toy Sanders and Myrtie Bennett
8 - John T  WILLHAUCK, brn 1899 died 1962 married Mary Farmer
9 - Ruel Everett WILLHAUCK, brn 1901 died 1958 married Ollie Morris
10 - W.E. or Bud  WILLHAUCK. brn 1903 died ??
11 - Emerette Anthony or Tony WILLHAUCK, brn 1905/07 died 1979
Information on any of the above would be appreciated.
I have a cousin working on the Willhauck side in Ill and she has been able to add a lot from the records in Ohio.
Thank you for any help.
mat@mindsync.com

Hancock, Hutchinson, Cook
Subj: My Hancock/Tennessee home page Date: 98-06-21
From: WCook14024@aol.com
To: @aol.com (Genny1@aol.com)
http://members.aol.com/wcook14024/hancock.html
Lists descendants of JH Hancock and Mary Polly Hutchinson from 1849 to present, of Obion Co., Tenn.
The main page is:
http://members.aol.com/homepage.html
it is called COOKs HANGOUT
I have added a link to my homepage to your link site.
Bill Cook,
wcook14024@aol.com
PEERY, TARKINGTON, RUSSELL, BOYER:
Subj: Tennessee Surnames Date: 98-06-22
From: PLBoyer@aol.com
To: Genny1
Researching surnames: PEERY, TARKINGTON
Email: plboyer@aol.com
My Home page:
http://members.aol.com/PLBoyer/index.html
For Peery information see the Peery Family History Home Page and Peery Cousins On-line Newletter:
http://www.cc.utah.edu/~pdp7277/
or email plboyer@aol.com for details.
Thanks,
Penny Russell Boyer

Parker:

Subj: Re: Checking email addresses on queries I have posted  Date: 98-06-23
From: mhparker@tenet.edu (Muriel Parker)
Reply-to: mhparker@tenet.edu
To: Genny1@aol.com
Nancy,
Just a note to thank you for keeping my query posted. Last week I was contacted by a woman who shares a great-great grandfather with me and she has missing information on the lines I was looking for!
It was such a welcome surprise, especially since I have not had a lot of time to do research in the past year or so. My daddy {has been ill since} last year and to be able to share new information on his line with him was a real joy.
It looks like my distant cousin and I will be able to fill in a lot for one another.
Thanks for all your help!
Muriel Parker
mhparker@tenet.edu

Williams, Cassetty, Green
Subj: Tennessee Queries  Date: 98-06-23
From: Mountainman@netxn.com (Bill Williams)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Genny,
WILLIAMS, Abraham Landsdon...came to Jackson Co.,TN after 1859. His mother brought them there after their father died inTexas.
Abraham became a Cumberland Presbyterian minister/school teacher. He married Mary Elizabeth Cassetty dau. of Sampson Cassetty and Melinda Green.
Their children are:
Hugh Thomas WILLIAMS(b:1888 White Co.),
King Albert WILLIAMS (b:1876 Jackson Co.),
Louisa Melinda WILLIAMS (b:1879 Jackson Co.)
Alice Bell WILLIAMS (b:1881),
Mary Florence WILLIAMS (b:1883 Jackson Co.),
Alexander Fletcher WILLIAMS (b:1886 Macon Co. ) and
Sarah Downie WILLIAMS (b:1891 Parker Co.TX)
I would appreciate any info given on WILLIAMS or CASSETTY...
Church records and locations would be wonderful!
Paulette Williams
Mountainman@netxn.com

Beeler:
Subj: Beeler Family  Date: 98-06-24
From: jhenry@firstsaga.com (Judy Henry)
To: Genny1@aol.com
We are looking for information on the Beeler family of Claiborne County Tennessee.
A couple of the early names are Joseph or Matilda, only info available to us is a listing that says Dist. 1, Roll No.: 1244, Page No: 255.
We welcome all Beeler inquiries...
Contact: Martha Beeler
205 Alonzo Beeler Lane
Tazewell, Tennessee 37879
e-mail: jhenry@firstsaga.com

Mullin, Lee
Subj: Mullin Name  Date: 98-06-24
From: Ddem100@aol.com
To: Genny1
Sir or Ma'am,
I found your web site accidently. I am married to David Eugene Mullin son of David Franklin Mullin of Bogota, Texas. Family stories are past among the family and it is believed that there is/was a Mullin Castle in Ireland or England. I was merely trying to find any information on it, when I came across your web site.
I glanced through the many e-mails and did not see any information on the Texas Mullins. I only saw one Mullin mentioned that migrated to Oklahoma. This is where David Franklin came from. I would have to call the family and get more specifics. If you are interested please e-mail me and I will see what I can do. ... I am willing to help out if you would like.
Jacque Mullin
PS. David Eugene's Mother's name is Betty Lee. The Lee family also resided in Oklahoma.
Eddings, Watkins, Huff
Subj: Eddings  Date: 98-06-24
From: frank1@cpuinc.net (Frank Huff)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Hi Genny.
I am looking for information about both my great gf and gggf, My great grandfathers name was James Alfred Eddings. His wifes name was Lela M. Watkins She was from Tenn. He was born in  Mo. according to my grandfathers birth cert. possibly the Kenneth? area I know they lived in Manila Ark. when My grandfather was born.
J.A. Eddings was born around 1880, not sure when he died.
This is where it gets confusing as either James' father or grandfather was named William .I have no middle name. William was married to a Caroline, no maiden name known. William was suposed to have been killed in the civil war because Caroline lived off his pension. I was told by one of my cousins that their is suposed to be records in Diceburg? Tenn. There is suposed to be a lot of Indian in this line as well ,from all I have been told. Thanks for any help you can give. you can pass this on to any one that might have info.
Frank Huff
frank1@cpuinc.net
Smith, Harget
Subj: Smith families of Coffee Co. Tn. Date: 98-06-26
From: eharget@ldd.net (Edna Harget)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Would like to chat with any Smith researchers of Coffee Co. Tn. in the time frame of 1820----
Particularly Jesse Smith, and William Smith.
Hope to hear from someone(:)
Edna
Bond, Prince, Wright, Walker
Subj:  Bond        Date: 98-06-27
From: kprince@tstar.net (Karen Bond Prince)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am searching for more information about the James W. and Naomi (WRIGHT) BOND family. They moved to Warren Co., around 1805. This later became part of Grundy Co.
James was the soon of William T. BOND and Martha Tankerley WALKER who were
married in 1795 in Greene Co., KY. I am the gr gr granddaughter of their son
Elijah Wilson Bond. I would enjoy hearing from anyone with knowledge of this family
Karen Bond Prince
Newby. Byars, Fleck
Subj: Newby  Date: 98-06-27
From: EFleck5640@aol.com
To: Genny1
I am searching for the ancestors of my grandmother Maude Newby, b. 1880 I believe near McMinnville, Tn. She married Franklin Pierce Byars in Madison Co. Ala. Any information or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
M. Fleck,
email to EFleck5640@aol.com
Marlow, Gravos, Graves, Bryant, Walberg, Howe
Subj: Genealogy....Date: 98-06-28
From: svw@castles.com (V Walberg)
To: Genny1@aol.com
I am new to this .... I have no idea where to start and I am just plunging in.
Looking for information on my ancestry: Last names: Marlow, Gravos, Graves, Bryant.
My great-great-great grandfather: Wilson Williamson Marlow, mar. Elizabeth Bryant
My great-great grandfather: Bithel Alexander Marlow mar. Mary Susan Howe
(Sedalia, Missouri)
My great grandfather: Charles Alexander Marlow mar. Laura 'Ellen' Graves
My grandfather: Harold Theodore Gravos mar. Effie Marlow
I know very little. Other than my families lived in Tennesse, Texas, and maybe Oklahoma and Iowa. Trying to begin piecing this together. I have some birthdates (?) but no birthplaces to begin with. Trying to verify they lived in these places. Not sure how.
Hoping there was somewhere I might post this and perhaps someone might recognize a name and contact me...giving a place to begin.
Thanks for any help you might be able to give me.
My greatest appreciation,
Vicki Walberg
Vacaville, CA
svw@castles.com
Graves, Ferrell, George, Isbel
Subj: Web Page  Date: 98-06-28
From: DGFerrell@aol.com
To: Genny1
Nancy,
..... Add a new query for me as the other one had no response.
GRAVES
Any and all Wilson County GRAVES who arrived by 1830.
I have information on all the early GRAVES families of West Wilson Co & will share what I have. Been separting five different lines for the past five years, we all go back to VA and probably have a common ancestor. Earliest in West Wilson Co Mount Juliet area, abt 1805 were John George GRAVES and his brother Benjamin GRAVES, son of Beverly & Frances GEORGE ISBEL (widow of James ISBELL) of Caroline Co VA. Earliest in the Lebanon area abt 1805 was Bachelor/Barlett GRAVES of Halifax Co VA, father unknown. Sure would like to hear from all these GRAVES.
Thanks,
Donna  G. Ferrell
Burr, Mullins
Subj: Tennessee-Mullins  Date: 98-06-28
From: keeta@swko.net (Betty Burr)
To: Genny1@aol.com
My Mullins's are from Pickett Co. Tn. My grandfather was James Pleasant Mullins.
My roots also go back to Patrick Mullins- from Ireland.
Epperson, Joyce:
Subj: Littleberry Epperson  Date: 98-06-29
From: epperson@salisbury.net (Jim Epperson)
To: Genny1@aol.com
6/29/98
LITTLEBERRY EPPERSON
Please contact Jim Epperson,
Email: epperson@salisbury.net
225 W. Thomas St.,
Salisbury, N.C. 28144
if you have information regarding the Middle-Tennessee Littleberry Epperson family. Littleberry Epperson was born ca 1765 (location unknown, parents unknown); DOD is March 30, 1812 in Williamson County, Tennessee.
The Littleberry Epperson family moved to Williamson County, Tenn. from Jackson County, GA after not receiving land in the Georgia Land Lottery of 1805.
I have information from 1805 to present, but need to link Littleberry prior to 1805 to other Eppersons. (He was in Jackson County, GA with Anderson Epperson, possibly a brother, for at least a year prior to the lottery.) Littleberry's known children include a son, Berry (Littleberry Jr.) and a daughter, Mary (Polly) Epperson Joyce.
Register, Epperson
Subj: Query - Arthur John Register  Date: 98-06-29
From: epperson@salisbury.net(Jim Epperson)
To: Genny1@aol.com
6/29/98
ARTHUR JOHN REGISTER
Please forward any information on the Arthur John Register family to:
James Register Epperson,
Email: epperson@salisbury.net
225 W. Thomas St.,
Salisbury, N. C. 28144
Arthur John Register; DOB 1801 (probably England); DOD April 22, 1879, Hickman Co. TN; Married - Eliza H. Findley, January 2, 1839, Granville Co., N.C.; parents unknown.
I have information on the Arthur John Register line from the time the family moved to Tenn. in the 1840's to the present.
Any information concerning A.J.'s parents, brothers & sisters, when he arrived in U.S., where in England born, etc. would be appreciated.
A 1st Middle-Tennessee Register Reunion will be held Sat. July 11, 1998 at Montgomery Bell State Park, TN (Park Office Shelter), beginning at 10 a.m.
All Registers invited to share genealogical info. and enjoy.

Maxwell,  Lynch, Shetters, Aldridge, Denny, Knight, Hopkins, Rose, Shanks, Scudder, Pippin, Pearson, Patton, Maddux, Stallins, Sharp, Agnew, Wallace, McCullough, Anderson, Campbell, Berck:
Subj: Maxwells in Tennessee  Date: 98-06-29
From: jbhere@hotmail.com (Judy Berck)
To: Genny1@aol.com
Genny,
......... I have many families well-rooted in Tennessee: Maxwell,  Lynch, Shetters, Aldridge, Denny, Knight, Hopkins, Rose, Shanks, Scudder, Pippin, Pearson, Patton, Maddux, Stallins, and others.
I am currently stuck on my Maxwell line with Samuel Maxwell (b 1781 VA)  who married Martha Patton (b 1780 VA) in 1802 in Montgomery Co., VA.  Sometime before 1809 he moved to Jackson (now Putnam) Co., TN, where he  remained until his death in 1848.
I have info on his descendants, but  none on his parents or siblings, or even where in VA he was born or why  he came to TN. He probably had family in TN, as there were several  Maxwell families there at that time, and I know we are related to the Maxwells of the Maxwell House Hotel.  
I have been researching the family of David Maxwell and Nellie  McCullough who came from Lancaster, Pa to VA. It is their children who  were some of the first settlers of TN. They had sons:
Jesse Maxwell, Sr.,
 George Maxwell,
David Maxwell
and possibly James Maxwell (?),
and a daughter, Jean Maxwell, who married  Thomas Sharp,
another daughter,  ___ Maxwell who married a Mr. Agnew,
and another daughter ____ Maxwell who married a Mr. Wallace.
There could have been other  children as well.
George Maxwell was prominent in the Hawkins Co., TN area.
There was another Maxwell family in the same general area at about the  same time. The parents are supposed to be John Maxwell and Mary "Polly"
Campbell (no proof of this yet).
Their children consisted of sons,  
Jesse Maxwell,
George Maxwell, and
David  Maxwell
(all Rev War soldiers)
and a daughter, Rebecca Melissa Maxwell, who married John Anderson
(who built the Block House).
My dilemma is this - the info I have found about George Maxwell in and around Hawkins Co., TN seems to be claimed by both families as "their" George Maxwell. Very confusing.
Any light you can shed on this would be most helpful. Maybe you could  direct me to someone who thoroughly knows early TN history, or at least  the history of Sullivan and Hawkins counties.
Thanks, Judy
Goodman, Slade:
Subj: Geneology     Date: 98-06-30
From: FooFooFem1@aol.com
To: Genny1
Hi! 
l read your home page. l am trying unsuccessfully in trying to locate the ancestory on my dad's side of the family.
He was part Indian either Cherokee or Choctaw and we think was born in 1889 either in Arkansas or Oklahoma.
His name was Elsworth Goodman. He is my dad's dad
(Sherman Wesley Goodman born in Shawnee Oklahoma in 1919)
Elsworth married my grandmother on Aug 10 1916 and her maiden name was
Etta Florence Slade.
She born in Mississippi 1899 and died in 1968 in Nampa, Idaho at the age of 69.
Elsworth Goodman died in July 1927 in Shawnee Oklahoma and buried in a paupers grave (died from TB ); dumped on the lawn of the Veterans home by a friend.
His family left him in 1926 and my grandmother and 3 children came to Idaho.
Was told that his records if any might be on the Indian Reservation.
Would appreciate information on how to find information about him?  
Thank you,
Sincerely,
FooFooFem1@aol.com
Hood, King:
Subj: Looking for info on new book on Tennessee Hoods  Date: 98-06-30
From: paulhood@acadiacom.net (L. Paul Hood, Jr.)
Reply-to: paulhood@acadiacom.net
To: Genny1@aol.com
About two weeks ago, I came across a notice on the web of a new book about Tennessee Hoods in the 1800's and early 1900's. My father's family is from Columbia. He doesn't know much about them, except that they were kin to some Kings.
Anyway, I can't find this site now (after spending hours on it). The author has Hood in her maiden name an she lives in the Carolinas.
Can anyone help?
Paul Hood
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