Peter Hasten Bible
People's Standard Edition of
the Holy Bible, entered according to Act of Congress, in the year
1872, by Zegler & McCurdy, in the office of the Librarian of
Congress, at Washington, District of Columbia.
This certifies that the marriage contract between Peter G. Hasten of Giles County, Tennessee and Elizabeth A. Philips of Madison Co., Alabama was duly solemized by me at her father's on the 29th day of April One Thousand Eight hundred and Sixty nine. (No signatures)
Peter G. Hasten was born
February the 4th 1847
Edward Lafate Tate and
Ellizzie A. Hastins was married the 12 of January 1879
Peter G. Hasten departed
this life October the 7th 1877
Below is the extended information that concerns some who were listed in the Hasten Bible. For those who are wondering who Peter G. Hasten was. Well, he was a husband of Elizabeth Alcena Philips, who was the youngest daughter of Thomas A. Philips and Elizabeth Loveless Philips.
Peter Green Hasten is buried in Potts Cemetery, Aspen Hill, Giles Co., TN., next to his parents, Joseph Hasten and Sarah Ann Dunnavant.He was the grandson of James Hasten of Giles Co., TN, and of Abel Burton Dunnavant and Sarah Mariott Mitchell of Limestone County AL.
Elizabeth Alcena Phillips married (1) Peter Green Hasten, and (2) Edward Lafate Tate.She was the youngest of seven children and the only daughter of Thomas A. Phillips and Elizabeth Loveless.The mother died at the birth of the daughter and Thomas later married Permelia Coile.They also had seven children.Many of Thomas' children and grandchildren moved to Pecan Gap, Delta Co., Texas.Four of his sons by the first marriage died in the Civil War.Thomas, Permelia and Elizabeth Alcena are buried in Washburn Cemetery, Madison Co., AL. (this cemetery is now called Plainview Cemetery, 2 miles south of Hazel Green) Fate Tate, being ten years younger than his wife ( Elizabeth Alcina ) married again and several children were born of that marriage.
The name HASTEN was changed back to HASTINGS spelling legally through settlement of inheritance around 1905.
Tommie A. Hasten died 1 December 1917.Her husband Richard A. Parm, died 15 May 1916.Both are buried in State Line Cemetery (Old Section), Lincoln Co., TN.
Correct name for "Tennie", wife of William Jerome Hastings, is Melissa Tennessee Patterson.Elwood Lacy Hastings died 18 June 1963.These two brothers and their wives are buried in Pecan Gap Cemetery, Delta Co., Texas.
Children of William and Tennie Hastings:
Elwood P. died 1900
Contributed by Myra Piland