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Birth: ?tab?Aug. 15, 1944
Death: ?tab?Sep. 30, 2014
Knoxville
Knox County
Tennessee, USA


McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home, (http://www.mccammonammonsclick.com/), 30 Sep 2014.

August 15, 1944 - September 30, 2014
Resided in Maryville, TN

Nellie Huskey Norton, 70, Maryville, went to be with the Lord, Tuesday, September 30 at UT Hospital, loved on by family and friends.

Member of Central Point Baptist Church. Former owner of "The Friend Factory" daycare. She was known by hundreds of children as "Miss Nellie." Preceded in death by parents, Newell and Viola Huskey.

She is survived by her son, George Norton, II and her three granddaughters, Kailyn, Olyvia and Brandy; sister and brother-in-law, Dot and Bobby Brown and brother and sister-in-law, Lynn and Lisa Huskey; nieces, Elisha Huskey-Blais and Paula Mize Simerly and nephews, Noah Huskey and Stevie Brown; great nieces, Katie Simerly and KatieAnn Blais; great nephew, Taylor Simerly; Very Special Family, Jeff, Sue, Hannah, Jaime, Bailey and Gage Morris. Great Friends Wilda and Kenneth Cornett, Nancy and Jess Parramore, Patsy and Ralph White.

Celebration of Life Service planned for Saturday, October 4 at 5 pm at Central Point Baptist Church, 3617 Central Point Road, Rockford. Receiving of friends from 5:00 '96 6:30 pm. Celebration Service will start immediately afterward.



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Newell H Huskey (1917 - 1996)
Viola Kirby Huskey (1919 - 1990)

Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.

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John Flenniken, Sr

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John Flenniken, Sr

Birth 3 Aug 1792 North Carolina, USA
Death 15 Jun 1871 Knox County, Tennessee, USA
Burial Flenniken Cemetery Knox County, Tennessee, USA

Memorial ID 29582723

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John Flenniken
Born Aug 3,1792 North Carolina.
Died June 15,1871 Knoxville TN.
Son of Samuel Flenniken and Mary Wallace Flenniken.
Married Sarah Cottrell July 1 1813 Knoxville TN.
Father of 7 children including Rebecca Flenniken Hines Henson.
Married Isabella Berry Jan 14 1840 Knoxville TN.
Father of 4 children.
John inherited his father's farm and lived his entire life in Knoxville TN.
He was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church, Knoxville. John was a veteran of the War of 1812.
Burial was at the private family Flenniken Cemetery that was located on the original farm in Knoxville TN.
Note : This cemetery no longer exists.

John Flenniken
in the Tennessee Marriages to 1825
Name: John Flenniken
Spouse: Sally Cottrelle
Marriage Date: 1 Jul 1813
Marriage County: Knox

John Flannakin
in the U.S., War of 1812 Service Records, 1812-1815
Name: John Flannakin
Company: 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (BROWN'S), EAST TENNESSEE VOLS.
Rank - Induction: PRIVATE
Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE
Roll Box: 72
Microfilm Publication: M602


War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815 about John Flenniken
Soldier: John Flenniken
[John Fleniken]
First wife: Sarah Cottrell
Widow: Isabella Flenniken
Marriage Date of soldioer and widow: 14 Jan 1840
Service: Pvt Capt John Child's CO TENN MIL
Date Enlisted: 10 Jan 1814
Date Discharged: 25 May 1814
Soldier's Death Date: 16 Jun 1871
Soldier's Death Place: Knox County, Tenesse
Pension Number - #1: SC 21386
Pension Number - #2: SC 21386
Pension Number - #3: WO 16810
Pension Number - #4: WC 16900
Bounty Land Number - #1: 16120 80 50
Bounty Land Number - #2: 1466 80 55
Roll Number: 33
Archive Publication Number: M313

1850>TENNESSEE>Knox>Subdivision 15 M432_886 Pg 242
2120/2129 John Flanniken 58 M Farmer TN
Esabella " 40 F TN
John " 9 M TN b. 1841
Samuel " 7 M TN b. 1843
George A. " 5 M TN b. 1845 [middle name Alexander]
Thomas W. " 3 M TN b. 1847 [middle name Wallace]

1860>TENNESSEE>Knox>District 13 M653_1259 Pg 260
1108/927 John Flanigon 65 M Farmer TN
Anna " 55 F TN
John " 20 M " TN b. 1840
Samuel " 17 M " TN b. 1843
Wallace " 15 M " TN b. 1845
Alexander " 14 M " TN b. 1846

1870>TENNESSEE>Knox>District 13 M593_1541 Pg 248
129/116 Flenniken, John 77 MW Farmer 1750 680 TN
" , Isabella 55 FW keeping house TN
" , Samuel 27 MW Farmer TN
" , Thomas W. 23 MW Farmer TN

1880>TENNESSEE>Knox>District 13 T9_1265 Pg 331
316/320 Flenniken, Thomas WM 34 Farmer TN TN TN
" , Margaret WF 23 wife keep. house TN TN TN
" , Mary WF 1 dau TN TN TN
" , Isabella WF 70 mother TN VA VA 
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Name:?tab?John William Mills
Birth Date:?tab?5 Apr 1827
Birth Place:?tab?Georgia, USA
Death Date:?tab?4 Jun 1896
Death Place:?tab?Everett Springs, Floyd County, Georgia, USA
Burial or Cremation Place:?tab?Everett Springs, Floyd Count
y, Georgia, USA
Spouse:?tab?Maryann Samantha Bagwell Mills
Children:?tab?Jenette Sarepta Burns
Charlotte Elizabeth Davis
William C Mills
Sidney F Mills
Ola Mills
Joseph W. Mills
Homer V. Mills
Caleb Harris Mills
Mary Jane Griffin
Martha M. White

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Age:?tab?53
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Birthplace:?tab?Georgia
Home in 1880:?tab?Floyd Springs, Floyd, Georgia
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Self (Head)
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Samantha Mills
Father's Birthplace:?tab?South Carolina
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Georgia
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John Mills?tab?53
Samantha Mills?tab?41
Mary Mills?tab?29
Charlotte Mills?tab?25
James W. Mills?tab?13
Cidney Mills?tab?11
William Mills?tab?9
Joseph Mills?tab?8
Homer Mills?tab?5
Ola Mills?tab?3
John A. Mills?tab?2m 
Mills, John William (I31605)
 
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John H "Bullhead" Whaley-Headstone
John H and Mary Whaley
John H and Mary Whaley
John H "Bullhead" Whaley
Posted 15 Mar 2014 by cherylosborne33
Birth: ?tab?Mar. 31, 1817
Sevier County
Tennessee, USA
Death: ?tab?Mar. 21, 1909
Sevier County
Tennessee, USA


John H. "Bullhead" Whaley was born in Sevier County, Tennessee. John was the son of William M Whaley and Mary Ann "Ogle" Whaley.

John married Mourning Ownbey abt 1834 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Mourning Ownbey was born 1817 in Buncombe County, North Carolina, she was the daughter of
John Ownby Jr and Elizabeth Hill-Ownbey.

John and Mourning Whaley had the following Children;

1. Whaley
2. Harkless Whaley
3. Westley O. Whaley
4. Cynthia Jane Whaley
5. John Brabson Whaley
6. Mary "Polly" Whaley
7. Perry Seehorn Commodore Whaley
8. Margaret Whaley
9. Pinkney Henry Toomey Whaley
10. Joseph L. "Joe" Whaley
11. Aaron Jason Whaley
12. Sarah Elizabeth Whaley
13. Leander A. Whaley
14. Isaac C. Whaley
15. Columbus M. Whaley

Mourning Ownbey-Whaley died April 21, 1870
She is buried at White Oak Flats Cemetery, Gatlinburg, Sevier County, Tennessee

John H. "Bullhead" Whaley remarried Mary Ownby, they were married June 17, 1870 in Sevier County, Tennessee. Mary Ownby was the daughter of Nicholas H Ownby and Mary Ogle-Ownby.(Mary Ownby's 1st marriage was to Rev Eli Thomas Ogle)

John "Bullhead" Whaley and Mary "Ownby"Whaley had the following Children;

1.Mary Roseann "Nannie" Whaley
2. John Mitchell Whaley
3. Stephen "Steve" Whaley
4. Laura Whaley
5. Isabelle Whaley
6. Sophia Whaley
7. Martha Whaley

John H "Bullhead" Whaley had 22 Children

(Headstone reads birth date 1815, I left the original date that was on this Memorial Originally Created by: kimshockey) John's brother William was born in 1815.

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Reference:
Smoky Mountain Clans", Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 180, 288.
"Smoky Mountain Clans, Volume 3", Donald B. Reagan, 1983, p 5, 10, 69, 71, 106, 129.


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William M Whaley (1788 - 1880)
Mary Ann Ogle Whaley (1793 - 1880)

Spouses:
Mourning Ownby Whaley (1817 - 1870)*
Mary Ownby Whaley (1836 - 1930)*



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Joey Bozeman
December 15, 2001 - April 7, 2015
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Joey Bozeman, 13, of Brooks passed away on April 7, 2015. Joey is safe in the arms of Jesus and will be deeply missed by his family and friends. He was a faithful servant at Harp?s Crossing Hollonville and to his community. He enjoyed playing football for the Brooks Bears and was a 7th grader at Whitewater Middle School. He was an awesome son, brother, grandson and friend.
Joey is survived by his parents, Chad and Christy Bozeman; his siblings, Ricky, Mikey, Rachel, Taz and Bekka; his grandparents, Rick and Jean Bozeman of Brooks, and Mike and Anette Baley of Advance, NC; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
A graveside service will be held at Stribling Cemetery in Molena, GA at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, April 10, 2015. There will be a procession going to the cemetery, leaving Mowell Funeral Home, Fayetteville at 10:00 A.M. Friday morning. A Celebration of Joey?s Life will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 11, 2015, at Harp?s Crossing Baptist Church, Fayetteville with Pastor Chris Watson officiating. Prior to the service, the family will receive friends from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. at the church. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in memory of Joey Bozeman to the AFM I Will Intervene Challenge, Post Office Box 1101, Tyrone, GA 30290, or online at http://www.iwillintervene.com. 
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Isaac Moore Love
Birth ?tab?27 Mar 1823
Sevierville, Sevier County, Tennessee, USA
Death ?tab?28 Jan 1873 (aged 49)
McDonald County, Missouri, USA
Burial ?tab?
Simco Love Cemetery
Simcoe, McDonald County, Missouri, USA
Memorial ID ?tab?126634032 ? View Source

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Died at age 49.

Married Martha Fields (1829-1861). Their children:
Tabitha Jane Love (1850-).
Laura Ann Love (1853-).
Horace Edgar Love (1855-).
Clara Elizabeth Love (1857-1903).
Florence Clarrissa Love (1859-).
Married Elizabeth P. Ellis (1832-1904). Their children:
Jesse Cummings Love (1862-).
Theophilus Love (1864-).
Lula Mae Love (1876-).
Ida Lee (Ellen) Love.
Minnie Love.

1850 United States Federal Census shows Isaac living in District 53, McDonald, Missouri. Isaac was 27 years old and married to Martha Love, age 21.
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Mary Polly Lewis Love

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Alexander Preston Love

1810\endash 1863
Mordecai Lewis Love

1816\endash 1845
Reuben Blount Love

1819\endash 1850
Elizabeth Thompson Love Hall

1825\endash 1854
Catherine McDonald Love

1827\endash 1851
Margaret Mitchell Wear Love

1829\endash 1860

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Love, Ruben Blount (I39220)
 
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Myers, David Ray (I11093)
 
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1910 Blount, Tennessee

Name:?tab?Albert Boone
[Albert Barna]
Age:?tab?28
Birth Year:?tab?abt 1892
Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1920:?tab?Civil District 3, Blount, Tennessee
Street:?tab?Gourley Settlement Road
House Number:?tab?Farm
Residence Date:?tab?1920
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Martha E Boone
Father's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Able to Speak English:?tab?Yes
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Industry:?tab?General Farm
Employment Field:?tab?Own Account
Home Owned or Rented:?tab?Rent
Able to Read:?tab?Yes
Able to Write:?tab?Yes
Neighbors:?tab?View others on page
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
Albert Boone?tab?28
Martha E Boone?tab?26
Virgil D Boone?tab?7
Paul Boone?tab?5
Dara Boone?tab?3
Carl J Boone?tab?1

1920 Blount Tennessee

Name:?tab?Albert Boone
[Albert Barna]
Age:?tab?28
Birth Year:?tab?abt 1892
Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1920:?tab?Civil District 3, Blount, Tennessee
Street:?tab?Gourley Settlement Road
House Number:?tab?Farm
Residence Date:?tab?1920
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Martha E Boone
Father's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Able to Speak English:?tab?Yes
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Industry:?tab?General Farm
Employment Field:?tab?Own Account
Home Owned or Rented:?tab?Rent
Able to Read:?tab?Yes
Able to Write:?tab?Yes
Neighbors:?tab?View others on page
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
Albert Boone?tab?28
Martha E Boone?tab?26
Virgil D Boone?tab?7
Paul Boone?tab?5
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Birth Year:?tab?abt 1892
Gender:?tab?Male
Race:?tab?White
Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Home in 1930:?tab?Happy Valley, Blount, Tennessee, USA
Map of Home:?tab?View Map
Dwelling Number:?tab?12
Family Number:?tab?12
Home Owned or Rented:?tab?Owned
Radio Set:?tab?No
Lives on Farm:?tab?Yes
Age at First Marriage:?tab?19
Attended School:?tab?No
Able to Read and Write:?tab?Yes
Father's Birthplace:?tab?North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Able to Speak English:?tab?Yes
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Industry:?tab?General Farm
Class of Worker:?tab?Working on own account
Employment:?tab?Yes
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
Albert Boon?tab?38
Martha J Boon?tab?36
Virigle Boon?tab?16
Paul Boon?tab?15
Dora Boon?tab?13
Carl J Boon?tab?11
Hazel Boon?tab?9
Lora Boon?tab?7
Faye M Boon?tab?5
Imogene Boon?tab?1 
Boone, Albert Monroe (I38728)
 
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Barbara Ann Holder Garner
Birth
7 Jan 1941
Death
19 Feb 2009 (aged 68)
Maryville, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Marble Hill Cemetery
Friendsville, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
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Barbara Ann Holder Garner
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Barbara Ann Holder Garner, age 67, of Maryville, passed away Thursday, February 19, 2009 at Blount Memorial Hospital. She was preceded in death by her parents, Troy and Ellen Franklin Holder; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Elmer and Margaret Reagan Garner; sister, Viola Irene Sloan; and brothers-in-law, Norman Karnik and Wright Sloan. She is survived by her husband, James F. Garner Sr.; step-children, James F. Garner Jr. of Elmhurst, Illinois, Phyllis Ann Vruno of Sandwich, Illinois, and David Garner of Roland, Oklahoma; 7 grandchildren; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, John E. and Marge Garner of Illinois, Ralph and Rose Garner of Greenback, Clyde and Lynn Garner of Knoxville, Kenneth and Charlene Garner of Oak Lawn, Illinois; sisters and brother-in-law, Nancy and LJ Hampton of Orland Park, Illinois and Margaret Karnik of Crestwood, Illinois;; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 8:00 PM Sunday, February 22, 2009 at Miller Funeral Home, Magnolia Chapel, with Rev. Keith Ross officiating. The interment service will be held at 11:00 AM Monday at Marble Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM Sunday at Miller Funeral Home, Maryville. (865) 982-6041 
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John Oliver
Birth
22 Apr 1793
North Carolina, USA
Death
15 Feb 1864 (aged 70)
Cades Cove, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
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Cades Cove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Cades Cove, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
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John Oliver was the son of John Oliver, Sr. (ca. 1750 - ca. 1826) and Mary (Unknown).

About 1816, a man named Joshua Jobe of Carter County, Tennessee entered the cove. He cleared some land and built a log cabin where the Sparks farm is now located. Jobe briefly returned to Carter County to share his discovery of this fertile area. He persuaded one of his former neighbors, John Oliver, to settle this new land. John Oliver entered the cove with his wife and child, Mary, around 1818, and built a cabin one mile due north of Jobe.

Note: The first white people who visited the Cove found an Indian living there by the name of "Kade". Either they or the indians in the area called it Kade's Cove. Later, the spelling was changed to Cades Cove.

A claim record (W.C. 6844) on file in the National Archives states that he served in the East Tennessee Militia during the War of 1812. John served as a private in Captain Adam Winsell's Company after enlisting in Knoxville, Tennessee on January 5, 1814 and serving until May 26, 1814. This record states that he participated in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend on March 27, 1814.

Family oral tradition passed down the account of this Battle given by John Oliver. He said that he was among the first group to cross the Indian breastworks. Historical accounts of this battle document that Col. Williams, and Maj. Montgomery were the first on these log fortifications. It was during this initial charge that Maj. Montgomery was killed. Gen. Jackson wrote of this savage engagement saying: "Having maintained for a few minutes a very obstinate contest, muzzle to muzzle, through the port-holes, in which many of the enemy's balls were welded to the bayonets of our muskets, our troops succeeded in gaining possession of the opposite side. This was followed by terrible hand to hand conflict -- a fight to the death with no quarter asked and none given." Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that John Oliver showed great courage and bravery during the charge of these fortifications. Courage and bravery that his descendants can be proud.

According to the sworn affidavit of Lurena Oliver made on September 23, 1873 to obtain a pension, John died on February 15, 1863 in Cades Cove, Blount County, Tennessee and was married on April 28, 1814 in Carter County, Tennessee. 
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Alma Whitehead Leverence
BIRTH?tab?23 Jul 1924
DEATH?tab?10 Jun 2007 (aged 82)
Maryville, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
BURIAL?tab?
Old Piney Grove Cemetery
Blount County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID?tab?93581337 ? View Source

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Alma Whitehead Leverence
(July 23, 1924 - June 10, 2007)


Alma Whitehead Leverence, age 82, of Maryville, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2007, at the family home. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin Leverence; parents, Rachel and Bill Whitehead; five sisters and brothers-in-law; two brothers; one sister-in-law; and nephew Randy Whitehead.

She is survived by her sisters, Alice Cummings and Faye Morton; brother, Herold Whitehead; nephews, Todd and Danny Whitehead; niece and caregiver, Evelyn Whitehead; four step-daughters; numerous step-grandchildren; and several other nieces and nephews.

Funeral service will be held 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 12, 2007, at Miller Funeral Home Magnolia Chapel, Rev. Adrian Jones officiating. Family and friends will meet 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at Old Piney Cemetery for the graveside service and interment, Rev. Rex Everett officiating. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Miller Funeral Home, Maryville, (865) 982-6041, www.millerfuneralhome.org.

Alma Whitehead Leverence
Birth: 23 Jul 1924
Death: 10 Jun 2007 (aged 82) Maryville, Blount County, Tennessee, USA
Burial: Old Piney Grove CemeteryBlount County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial #: 93581337
Bio: Alma Whitehead Leverence (July 23, 1924 - June 10, 2007) Alma Whitehead Leverence, age 82, of Maryville, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2007, at the family home. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin Leverence; parents, Rachel and Bill Whitehead; five sisters and brothers-in-law; two brothers; one sister-in-law; and nephew Randy Whitehead. She is survived by her sisters, Alice Cummings and Faye Morton; brother, Herold Whitehead; nephews, Todd and Danny Whitehead; niece and caregiver, Evelyn Whitehead; four step-daughters; numerous step-grandchildren; and several other nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 12, 2007, at Miller Funeral Home Magnolia Chapel, Rev. Adrian Jones officiating. Family and friends will meet 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at Old Piney Cemetery for the graveside service and interment, Rev. Rex Everett officiating. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Miller Funeral Home, Maryville, (865) 982-6041, www.millerfuneralhome.org.
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Citation: Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 April 2018), memorial page for Alma Whitehead Leverence (23 Jul 1924-10 Jun 2007), Find A Grave Memorial no. 93581337, citing Old Piney Grove Cemetery, Blount County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Shirley C. Ogle (contributor 46985286) .
 
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Birth: ?tab?Feb. 14, 1839
Blount County
Tennessee, USA
Death: ?tab?Oct. 10, 1921
Blount County
Tennessee, USA

Member of the Tennessee 3rd Cavalry. He was aboard the Civil War Steamship Sultana when the boilers exploded 7 miles north of Memphis in the 'Mississippi River. The ship was carrying POWs from Cahaba Prison. He survived this tragic incident which claimed the lives of two of his wife's brothers.

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Mary Ann Koontz Davis (1840 - 1868)*
Delithia Catherine Farmer Davis (1850 - 1933)*

Children:
Sarah Catherine Davis Garner (1862 - 1929)*
Minerva Clementine Davis Garner (1866 - 1911)*
Betty Ann Davis Davis (1871 - 1949)*
Wiley Anderson Davis (1875 - 1942)*
Andrew Gilford Davis (1879 - 1953)*
Infant Davis (1882 - 1882)*
Joseph Houston Davis (1883 - 1967)*
Walter Davis (1885 - 1974)*
Ora Maybelle Davis Maxey (1888 - 1985)*
Augusta Davis Kirby (1893 - 1987)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Prospect Cemetery
Walland
Blount County
Tennessee, USA

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Originally Created by: mel harmon
Record added: Jan 26, 2012
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Davis, George Campbell (I15041)
 
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Capt Robert David Gill
Birth ?tab?1720
Ireland
Death ?tab?30 Jun 1804 (aged 83\endash 84)
Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Burial ?tab?
Fishing Creek Presbyterian Cemetery
Chester, Chester County, South Carolina, USA
Memorial ID ?tab?8551562

was the, "Ship Master, of the ship, Charming
Molly 1773, " which arrived at the port of Philadelphia, Pa.,
Oct. 19th, 1773. Rotterdam to Philadelphia.

 
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Name: ?tab?David McClannahan
[David McClanahan]
Age: ?tab?23
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1827
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1850: ?tab?District 16, Blount, Tennessee, USA
Gender: ?tab?Male
Family Number: ?tab?1741
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
David McClannahan ?tab?23
Milly McClannahan ?tab?30
Mary C McClannahan ?tab?13

Name: ?tab?Milly McClanahan
Age: ?tab?38
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1822
Gender: ?tab?Female
Home in 1860: ?tab?District 14, Blount, Tennessee
Post Office: ?tab?Gambles Store
Family Number: ?tab?632
Value of real estate: ?tab?View image
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
David McClanahan ?tab?34
Milly McClanahan ?tab?38
Saml McClanahan ?tab?5
Elizabeth Hubbard ?tab?12
Isaak McLanahan ?tab?25





Name: ?tab?David Mcclannahan
Age in 1870: ?tab?48
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1822
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Dwelling Number: ?tab?81
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Milley Mcclannahan ?tab?50
William S Mcclannahan ?tab?15

Name: ?tab?David Mclannahan
Age: ?tab?56
Birth Date: ?tab?Abt 1824
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1880: ?tab?District 13, Blount, Tennessee, USA
Dwelling Number: ?tab?186
Race: ?tab?White
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Name: ?tab?David Mcclannahan
[David McClanahan]
[David Mcmechen]
Age: ?tab?76
Birth Date: ?tab?Mar 1824
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1900: ?tab?Civil District 13, Blount, Tennessee
Sheet Number: ?tab?11B
Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation: ?tab?282
Family Number: ?tab?204
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House: ?tab?Head
Marital Status: ?tab?Married
Spouse's Name: ?tab?Elizabeth Mcclannahan
Father's Birthplace: ?tab?North Carolina
Mother's Birthplace: ?tab?North Carolina
Occupation: ?tab?Farmer
Can Read: ?tab?Yes
Can Write: ?tab?Yes
Can Speak English: ?tab?Yes
House Owned or Rented: ?tab?O
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Elizabeth Mcclannahan ?tab?45
Newton Mcclannahan ?tab?20
James W Mcclannahan ?tab?14 
McClanahan, David B. (I14046)
 
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Margaret Ruth Fleming Scott
Birth ?tab?4 Sep 1924
Sevier County, Tennessee, USA
Death ?tab?9 Feb 2014 (aged 89)
Chase City, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, USA
Burial ?tab?
Woodland Cemetery
Chase City, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID ?tab?124868854 ? View Source

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Margaret Ruth Fleming Scott, 89, passed away Sunday, February 9, 2014, at the Chase City Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Chase City following a brief illness. Mrs. Scott was born September 4, 1924, in Sevier County, Tennessee to James Walker Fleming and Verta Priscilla Ferguson Fleming. Mrs. Scott moved to Chase City as a child, attended the State Teachers College (Longwood University) where she met her husband, Berman Mason Scott, and taught school in Mecklenburg County for over 30 years. She was an active part of the Chase City Town Council and a member of Centenary United Methodist Church.
She leaves behind her daughter, Jane Scott Wiles of Virgilina; her son, Berman Mason Scott, II, (Rosemary) of California; her granddaughter, Jennifer Scott Benson (Nicholas) of Chase City; her granddaughter, Courtney Scott Reamey (Kenneth) of Nelson; her grandson-in-law, Anthony Rickman of Roanoke; her grandchildren, Brandon, Brian, and Melanie of California; her great-grandchildren, Derrick of Chesterfield and Gabriel of Chase City, Zachary and Madison of Nelson, and Ryan of Richmond and Amber of Roanoke; and many close relatives and friends. Mrs. Scott was predeceased by her husband, Berman Mason Scott; one granddaughter, Melissa Owen Newcomb Rickman; one son-in-law, Charlie Jearl Wiles; and her parents.
 
Fleming, Margaret Ruth (I36335)
 
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Samuel Flenniken

Birth: Jul. 14, 1746
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jan. 7, 1811
Knoxville
Knox County
Tennessee, USA

He married Mary Wallace ca.1770.
in Mecklenburg Co NC.
He was son of James Flenniken (b 1711) and Jane Gilllespie.
He was Father of John Flenniken (b 1792).
He was Grandfather of Rebecca Flenniken Hines Henson.
He was brother of John 'the signer' (b 1744) Flenniken.
He was a soldier in the American Revolution,North Carolina Militia. He served under Major Davies and participated in the Battle of Hanging Rock, South Carolina.

Samuel Flenniken was born July 19, 1746 in Pennsylvania. He moved with his parents to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, about 1760 .By 1790, Samuel was in Knox County Tennessee.

Children:

1. William Flenniken.

2. Joseph F. Flenniken.

3. Mary (Polly) Flenniken.

4. James Wallace Flenniken b. May 13 1776, d. Aug 19 1840.

5. Samuel Flenniken b. Jul 27 1782, d. Sep 01 1866.

6. Terressa Flenniken b. Aug 29 1789, d. Aug 20 1852.

7.* John Flenniken b. Aug 03 1792, d. Jun 15 1871.

8. Elizabeth Flenniken b. Jan 17 1795, d. Mar 31 1853.

9. Sarah Flenniken b. Jan 15 1809, d. Jul 13 1835. 
Flenniken, Samuel (I34689)
 
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Son of Orrie S. & Ellen M. Cheatum Rutherford

Thomas Frank Rutherford, 72, Tipton, died Friday, April 13, 2012 in his home from pulmonary fibrosis.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, April 17, 10:30 AM, Fry Funeral Home, Tipton. Burial will follow in the Inland Cemetery, Bennett, Iowa. Visitation will be held on Monday from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at Fry Funeral Home.

Tom was born on April 22, 1939 in Thompson, IL and was the son of Orrie S. and Ellen M. Cheatum Rutherford. Tom received his GED and graduated from Clinton High School. On September 4, 1965 Tom was united in marriage to Carm Myers in Clinton. Tom was a machinist, millwright, heavy equipment operator, jewelry maker and was a member of the Cedar Street Baptist Church for nearly 35 years.

Tom is survived by his wife, Carm, of Tipton, IA; children, Denise Wheeler of Ocala, FL, Debra Schinckel of West Lafayette, IN, Darcee Moreno of Ocala, FL, Connie Barnum of Marshalltown, IA, Randall Miller of Muscatine, IA, Bridgit Webber of LeClaire, IA, Gregory Miller of Wichita, KS, Mark Rutherford of Davenport, IA, Nicholas Rutherford of Powder Springs, GA, Kristina Rutherford of Tipton, IA; 28 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren; sister, Mary Ellen Rutherford of Tipton, IA; brothers, Richard Rutherford of Charles City, IA, and Ronald Rutherford of Monmouth, IA.

Tom was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Marjorie, and his brother, David Rutherford.
 
Rutherford, Thomas Frank (I36242)
 
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Spencer Pleasant "S P" White

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Spencer Pleasant "S P" White
Birth ?tab?9 Oct 1826
Tennessee, USA
Death ?tab?18 Jun 1898 (aged 71)
Anderson County, Tennessee, USA
Burial ?tab?
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Rocky Top, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID ?tab?16210726 ?

Bible Record
Spencer Pleasant "S P" White married Jan 30, 1856 ? Anderson Co, TN to Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright.

In the Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Name: S P White
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 3 Jan 1856 ?
Marriage Place: Anderson, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: N E Argubright

Spencer Pleasant White & Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright had 9 children.


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Spencer Pleasant "S P" White

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Spencer Pleasant "S P" White
Birth ?tab?9 Oct 1826
Tennessee, USA
Death ?tab?18 Jun 1898 (aged 71)
Anderson County, Tennessee, USA
Burial ?tab?
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Rocky Top, Anderson County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID ?tab?16210726 ? View Source

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Spencer Pleasant "S P" White married Jan 30, 1856 ? Anderson Co, TN to Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright.

In the Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Name: S P White
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 3 Jan 1856 ?
Marriage Place: Anderson, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: N E Argubright

Spencer Pleasant White & Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright had 9 children.

Bible Record
Spencer Pleasant "S P" White married Jan 30, 1856 ? Anderson Co, TN to Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright.

In the Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
Name: S P White
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 3 Jan 1856 ?
Marriage Place: Anderson, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: N E Argubright

Spencer Pleasant White & Nancy Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright had 9 children.

"No documented proof" but Pleasant Spencer 'S P' White maybe the son of John White & Unknown spouse. John White married 2nd to Nancy Ann McKamey.

Anderson Co, TN Marriage Records
S P WHITE to N E ARGUBRIGHT Jan 30, 1856.

I have the family Bible of Spencer Pleasant "S P" White & Nancy Argerbright & the marriage is correctly stated in the Bible.

It is my belief Nancy Esqline "no documented proof" Nancy Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright was the dau of Elizabeth Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright who had many illegitimate children by Unknown & maybe Michael Cook???

Location: Pleasant Hill Cem, Dutch Valley, Anderson Co, TN.

I now have Spencer Pleasant "S P" White & Esqline Argenbright/Augarbright/Argubright's 9 children linked. If you find errors please contact & I will be happy to make corrections.

Information provided by Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris 
White, Spencer Plesant (I38786)
 
19
Wife of Ondus Lee Dyer Sr.
Daughter of George & Rose Vineyard.

DYER, NORMA LEE (VINEYARD)
age 81, of Knoxville, passed away peacefully to her eternal home on February 10, 2008 with her family by her side. Norma was a long time member of Atkins Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: her beloved husband, Ondus Lee Dyer, Sr.; son, Steven Danny Dyer; mother and father, George and Rose Vineyard; brothers, Raymond, Luther, and Buford; sisters, Lillian, Loreen, Hazel, Rosa Lee, and Evelyn; great-grandchildren, Stella and Isaac. She is survived by: son, Ondus Lee Dyer, Jr.; daughter, Vickey Vann; daughter-in-law, Kathy Dyer-Jones; grandsons, Scott Wilson, Steven Dyer, Mark and Courtney Dyer, Chad and Jessica Dyer, Matthew Dyer, and Jeremy Dyer; granddaughters, Melissa and Phil Luttrell; great grandchildren, Kevin Wilson, Lily Dyer, Daniel Dyer, Christian Luttrell, Carson Dyer, Mackenzie Dyer, and Violet Dyer; brother, Jim Vineyard; sister Wilma Debord. Special thanks to the staff of Hillcrest South for the loving, compassionate, professional care shown to our mother while she resided there. Family will receive friends Wednesday, February 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. with funeral service to follow at 8:00 p.m. in the chapel at Cooke Mortuary. Reverend Larry Cash officiating. Family and friends will assemble at 10:00 a.m. Thursday at Cooke Mortuary to go to Haun Cemetery in Tater Valley for 11:00 a.m. interment. Pallbearers will be grandsons. Music by Karyn Sloas and Dion Treece. Cooke Mortuary, Maynardville, TN.
Knoxville News Sentinel, February 13, 2008 
Vineyard, Norma Lee (I25755)
 
20 Mordecai Lewis built his mill on the east side of the West Fork of the Little Pigeon River in 1794. After his death in 1818 his son-in-law, Isaac Love, purchased the property and built the Pigeon Forge in 1820. It had one bloomary fire and one hammer driven by water. John Sevier Trotter was operating the mill and forge in 1859. Also on the east side of the river were the homesteads of Levi Lewis and Barefoot Ruyan.
Lower Middle Creek flows from the old John Marshall place to the Little Pigeon Forge River near Sevierville.

A tradition states that the Robert Shields family had a blockhouse for protection from the Indians in 1784 in the vicinity of the present Middle Creek Church.

The Middle Creek Church is on the site of the old campground meeting held by area churches in the 1830's

Early land grants "on the waters of Middle Creek" include those of John and Charles Clabough, Thomas Locke, John Trotter, Meedy White, Jennet Tipton, Timothy Reagan, Jesse, Richard and Benjamin Shields, and John Marshall.

Running parallel with Lower Middle Creek from Pigeon Forge to Sevierville is the old Ore Bank Road over which oxen pulled the sleds of iron ore from the mine site to the Pigeon Forge.

The old road from Middle Creek followed the eastern side of Shields Mountain to the Long Ford of the Middle Prong of the Little Pigeon River. Somewhere near the area where Bird's Creek empties into the river, Thomas Shields was killed by Indians in 1973 as he worked in the sugar tree orchard.

Roberts School House, built on Philip Roberts' land in 1857, was used as a Methodist Church and continued to be used as a Methodist Church.

Upper Middle Creek rises near the south end of Shields Mountain on the west side of the mountain. The narrow valley is the site of the old road leading from the Pigeon Forge to the Sweden Furnace on Dunn Creek.
The mountainous terrain between Upper Middle Creek and the West Creek and the West Fork of the river is the site of the communities of Huskey Grove, Big Ridge, Gnatty Branch, and Boogertown (Oldham's Creek.)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The cemeteries in this section were visited and recorded by Beulah Duggan Linn, Brent Ogle, Scott Ogle, Reba Hood, Ruth Ownby, Estel Ownby, and Jim Shular.

1. Big Ridge
2. Boogertown
3. Aaron Eledge
4. Nelson Fox
5. Huskey Grove
6. Lawson
7. Thomas Locke
8. Marshall Grove
9. McMahan Chapel
10. Middle Creek
11. Mt. Zion
12. New Salem (Colored)
13. William Harrison Ogle
14. Parton
15. Pigeon Forge Baptist
16. Pigeon Forge Methodist
17. Sevier County
18. Shiloh
19. Smoky Mountain Memorial Gardens
20. Unidentified
21. Mary Williams
22. Williamsburg 
Neidig, Barbara Anne (I19228)
 
21 [copied from "Ancestors of George Richard Fox, Jr." on FamilyTreeMaker.com, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/f/o/x/George-Fox/GENE3-0010.html]

Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Ancestors of George Richard Fox, Jr.
124. Frederick E. Emert, born October 11, 1754 in Richmond Township, Berks Co., PA278; died January 07, 1829 in Sevier Co., TN278. He was the son of 248. Johan George Emmot and 249. Eva Marie Graff. He married 125. Barbara Ann Nedig Bet. 1777 - 1778 in Berks Co., PA.

125. Barbara Ann Nedig278, born May 06, 1755 in PA278; died July 07, 1842 in Sevier Co., TN278. She was the daughter of 250. Daniel Neidig.

Notes for Frederick E. Emert:
Most of what is known about Frederick Emert and Barbara Knight Emert comes from several dispositions taken in 1843, 1844, and 1845 to apply for a Revolutionary War soldier's pension under the Pension Act of 4 July 1836. The application was rejected because the law did not permit heirs to get pensions. Three of Frederick Emert's children testified in the dispositions, Daniel Emert, Barbara Emert, and Frederick Emert, Jr.

Frederick Emert lived in Pennsylvania prior to and during his service in the Revolutionary War. After serving a tour of duty he returned home and married Barbara Knight. When he was drafted for a second tour of duty, he hired a substitute in order to stay at home with his new wife. He later re-enlisted and served until the end of the war.

While serving in the American Army, Frederick Emert served under the command of General George Washington. He was at the battle of Brandywine and at the surrender of Cornwallis. Frederick Emert was stationed at the Lakes in Canada. In one of the dispositions Elizabeth Henry stated that Frederick Emert and her husband, William Henry, would stay up all night talking about the Revolutionary War and the hard times they experienced. Frederick Emert had a discharge from the army that was destroyed when his home burned.

Frederick Emert moved his family from Pennsylvania to Virginia, then to North Carolina, finally to Tennessee. Between 1785 and 1793, Frederick Emert and his family settled in an area wich is today known as Emerts Cove, in Sevier Co., Tennessee. (Revolutionary War Pension Application of Frederick Emert, No R3345, National Archives, Washington, D.C.)

In Goodspeed's History of Tennessee it is mentioned that Frederick Emert and Martin Shultz were among the earliest settlers of Sevier County after the Treaty of Dumplin Creek in 1785 in which the Indians relinquished their rights to land, part of which included the area of Sevier County. It is mentioned that Frederick Emert and Martin Shultz settled in Emert's Cove. (History of Tennessee, by Goodspeed Publishing Co, 1887 (reprinted in 1991), p 835)

Frederick Emert's son, Daniel Emert, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that he was born in 1793 in Tennessee; Frederick Emert's daughter, Catherine Emert Evans, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that she was born in 1794 in Tennessee, however, Fredrick Emert's daughter, Elizabeth Emert Roberts, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that she was born in 1783 in Virgina. Evidently the family of Frederick Emert arrived in Tennessee from Virginia between 1783 and 1793. (1850 Federal census, Sevier Co., TN, p. 400, 407)

The early Emert settlers spoke with a distinct German brogue. Because of this it is assumed the family originally came from Germany. (Article on Emert Family, Montgomery's Vindicator, Sevier Co., TN newspaper, 31 Jul 1940)


Children of Frederick Emert and Barbara Nedig are:
i. Barbara Ann Emert278, born December 27, 1776 in Berks Co., PA; died September 23, 1875 in Emerts Cove, Sevier Co., TN; married Martin Shultz 1797 in Sevier Co., TN. ii. Mary Emert278, born October 21, 1778; died Aft. 1850 in Blount Co., TN; married Arnet Shields September 11, 1801 in Sevier Co., TN. Notes for Arnet Shields:
Served in War of 1812.

iii. Catherine Emert278, born December 27, 1780; died 1888; married Richard Evans; born 1790 in SC; died July 11, 1854. iv. Elizabeth Emert278, born November 27, 1783 in VA; died 1888; married John Roberts Bef. 1803 in VA. Notes for John Roberts:
Served as a soldier against the Creek Indians.

v. Philip Emert278,279, born October 17, 1786 in VA; died July 23, 1821 in Sevier Co., TN; married Elizabeth Reagan June 06, 1809 in Sevier Co., TN; born November 04, 1785 in Caswell Co., NC; died Bet. 1838 - 1840 in Sevier Co., TN. Notes for Philip Emert:
Little is known of Phillip Emert and his wife Elizabeth. Phillip Emert died at the relatively early age of 34. In the 1830 Federal census, Elizabeth Emert and 5 of her 6 children were living together in Sevier Co., Tennessee. (1830 Federal census, Sevier Co., TN, p. 93)

vi. Margaret Emert280, born March 09, 1788; died 1862 in Sevier Co., TN; married Robert Shields Abt. 1807. vii. Frederick E. Emert, Jr.280, born January 12, 1790 in Greene Co., NC; died April 10, 1871 in Townsend, Blount Co., TN; married Celia Drucilla Reagan November 05, 1812 in Sevier Co., TN; born February 15, 1792 in Greene Co., NC; died August 29, 1869 in Blount Co., TN. Notes for Frederick E. Emert, Jr.:
Was a clergyman, served in War of 1812.

viii. Louisa Emert280, born February 11, 1790; died Bef. 1843; married Robert Nelson Reagan Abt. 1805. 62 ix. Daniel Emert, born June 15, 1793 in Greene Co., NC; died August 28, 1851 in Pittman Center, Sevier Co., TN; married Sarah Reagan Abt. 1816 in Sevier Co., TN.
Notes from RootsWeb
Posted 04 May 2014 by SherrieTerrie
ID:I2986
Name: Frederick E. EMERT
Sex:M
Birth:11 OCT 1754 in Richmond Township, Berks Co., PA
Burial:Emerts Cove Cemetery, Seviery County, TN
Military Service:Penn. Pvt. Continental Line; Revolutionary War/
Death:07 JAN 1829 in Sevier County, Tennessee
Note: Source: Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files; Volume I: A-E EMMERT, Frederick or Frederick Emert, Barbara, R3345, PA Line, a son Daniel Emert appl 6 Dec. 1843 in Sevier Cty TN aged 56 and stated that sol d 7 Jan 1829 and wid d 7 Jul 1842 leaving children: Barbary Shultz aged 66, Polly Shields aged 64, Elizabeth Roberts, Frederick Emmert, Jr., Margaret Shields, Daniel Emmert & Katherine or Catharin Evans, one Martain Shultz was a JP for Sevier Cty. TN in 1844 but no relationship was stated. Sol & wife had m in PA then moved to VA then moved to NC then to TN Also known as Johan Friederich Emmert??? Frederick Emmert, the youngest son of Philip and Maria Catharina Kamm Emmert, was born in Richmond Township, Berks County, PA. Here he lived until his marriage. After his marriage to Barbara Ann Neidig, they settled in Rockland Township of Berks County, PA. Apparently he was apprenticed to learn the art of shoemaking. This was mentioned as his occupation. Frederick was a soldier of the Revolution. Apparently, he enlisted for a three year term as a private in the Pennsylvania regiment under Colonel Anthony Wayne from Berks County. This regiment was sent to reinforce Colonel Benedict Arnold's retreating army in May 1776. He was stationed at Fort Ticonderoga. Most likely he was in the Battle of Lack Champlain on October 11-13-, 1776. Also he served in the Battle of Brandywine on Thursday, September 11, 1777 and in the Battle of Germantown on Saturday, October 4, 1777 as well as the other battles of the American Revolution. He was present at the Battle of Yorktown when Lord Cornwallis surrendered on Friday, October 9, 1781. He received an honorable discharge for his military service in the Continental army at the close of the American Revolution. His children filed a pension claim on his military service, but it was rejected for an unknown reason. He was listed on the 1779 and 1780 tax lists for Rockland Township of Berks County, PA. He was only taxed for one cattle. His occupation on the tax lists was "cordwainer." About 1782, Frederick Emmert and his wife Barbara Ann Neidig took their family to Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia) from Berks County, PA. From there, they migrated through the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to Sullivan County, State of Franklin (later North Carolina, now Tennessee). They paid a brief visit with his brother, George Emmert and family there. They then went on to Greene County, State of Franklin (later North Carolina, now Tennessee) from Sullivan County. On Thursday, July 12, 1792, he bought 200 acres of land for 30 Pounds currency from John Peeble in Greene County and was located on the watershed of Sinking Creek, a part of Nolachucky River. Then he sold this same tract of land for 100 Pounds currency to Jacob Hise of Greene County. Shortly after last recorded deed in Greene County, Frederick and Barbara Ann migrated to Sevier County, Territory of United States of America South of River Ohio (now Tennessee) sometime in the latter part of 1795. They settled in the Emert Cove and surrounding area, a part of the East Fork of Little Pigeon River. Records from Tennessee State Library & Archives in Nashville show he had made four entries (636 acres, 105 acres, 57 acres and 87 acres) by the right of occupancy in the Emert Cove of Sevier County, TN. These were granted by the State of Tennessee on Saturday, June 23, 1810 and Wednesday, June 27, 1810. Frederick Emmert signed the "1813 Petition From South of Rivers Frenchbroad and Holston to the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee" for the redress on the validity of land claims. Frederick and Barbara Ann continued to live on their farm in Emert Cove until their death. both of them were buried in the family graveyard on their farm. Then this graveyard was given to the Emert Cove community as a public burying ground and was later named as Emert Cove Cemetery. This cemetery is located on old Emert Cove Road in the town of Pittman Center today. It has been said that the late Edward Emert of Sevierville, TN had a family chest which was brought to Sevier County, TN from Pennsylvani circa 1795. This chest was given to Barbara Ann by her parents. The handwriting on the chest has puzzled many folks. Probably it is written in "Old German Script" and reads ... "Barbara Neidigin, Anno 1772." [This is German version of name.] The foregoing is from "The Book of Reagans," pp. 414-416.

Source: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=irishmurr2&id=I2986
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Posted 04 May 2014 by SherrieTerrie

Most of what is known about Frederick Emert and Barbara Ann Neidig comes from several dispositions taken in 1843, 1844, and 1845 to apply for a Revolutionary War soldier's pension under the Pension Act of 4 July 1836. The application was rejected because the law did not permit heirs to get pensions. Three of Frederick Emert's children testified in the dispositions, Daniel Emert, Barbara Emert, and Frederick Emert, Jr. . (Revolutionary War Pension Application of Frederick Emert, No R3345, National Archives, Washington, D.C.)

EMMERT, Frederick or Frederick Emert, Barbara, R3345, PA Line, a son Daniel Emert applied 6 Dec. 1843 in Sevier County TN, aged 56 and stated that soldier died 7 Jan 1829 and widow died 7 July 1842 leaving children: Barbary Shultz aged 66, Polly Shields aged 64, Elizabeth Roberts, Frederick Emert, Jr., Margaret Shields, Daniel Emert & Katherine or Catherine Evans, one Martin Shultz was a JP for Sevier County. TN in 1844 but no relationship was stated. Soldier & wife had married in PA then moved to VA then moved to NC then to TN
Also known as Johan Friederich Emmert.

Frederick Emert was a soldier of the Revolution. He lived in Pennsylvania prior to and during his service in the Revolutionary War. Apparently he was apprenticed to learn the art of shoemaking. This was mentioned as his occupation. He enlisted for a three-year term as a private in the Pennsylvania regiment. While serving in the American Army, Frederick Emert served under the command of General George Washington and Colonel Anthony Wayne from Berks County, PA.. This regiment was sent to reinforce Colonel Benedict Arnold's retreating army in May 1776. He was stationed at the Lakes in Canada at Fort Ticonderoga. He was in the Battle of Lack Champlain on October 11-13 of 1776. He was also in the Battle of Brandywine on Thursday, September 11, 1777 and in the Battle of Germantown on Saturday, October 4, 1777 as well as the other battles of the American Revolution. After serving a tour of duty, about March/April 1778, he returned home and married Barbara Ann Neidig [Anna Barbara Neidig], daughter of Daniel and Anna Margaretha Neidig, in Upper Hanover Township, Philadelphia County (now Montgomery County), Pennsylvania. Barbara Ann was born on Saturday, 06 May 1758 in Upper Hanover Township, Philadelphia County (now Montgomery County), Pennsylvania. Frederick and Barbara Ann settled in Rockland Township of Berks County, Pennsylvania. He was listed on the 1779 and 1780 tax lists for Rockland Township of Berks County, PA. He was only taxed for one cattle. His occupation on the tax lists was "cordwainer." When he was drafted for a second tour of duty, he hired a substitute in order to stay at home with his new wife. He later re-enlisted and served until the end of the war. He was present at the Battle of Yorktown when Lord Cornwallis surrendered on Friday, October 9, 1781. He received an honorable discharge for his military service in the Continental Army at the close of the American Revolution. In one of the dispositions Elizabeth Henry stated that Frederick Emert and her husband, William Henry, would stay up all night talking about the Revolutionary War and the hard times they experienced. Frederick Emert had a discharge from the Army that was destroyed when his home burned.

About 1782, Frederick Emert and his wife Barbara Ann Neidig took their family to Hampshire County, Virginia (now West Virginia) from Berks County, Pennsylvania.. From there, they migrated through the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to Sullivan County, State of Franklin (later North Carolina, now Tennessee). They paid a brief visit with his brother, George Emert and family there. George Emert was also a soldier of the Revolution.

They then went on to Greene County, State of Franklin (later North Carolina, now Tennessee) from Sullivan County. On Thursday, July 12, 1792, he bought 200 acres of land for 30 Pounds currency from John Peeble in Greene County and was located on the watershed of Sinking Creek, a part of Nolachucky River. Then he sold this same tract of land for 100 Pounds currency to Jacob Hise of Greene County.

Shortly after last recorded deed in Greene County, Frederick and Barbara Ann migrated to Sevier County, Territory of United States of America South of River Ohio (now Tennessee) about 1793.
Frederick Emert's son, Daniel Emert, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that he was born in 1793 in Tennessee; Frederick Emert's daughter, Catherine Emert Evans, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that she was born in 1794 in Tennessee, however, Frederick Emert's daughter, Elizabeth Emert Roberts, stated in the 1850 Federal Census that she was born in 1783 in Virginia. (1850 Federal census, Sevier Co., TN, p. 400, 407)

They settled in the surrounding area of the East Fork of the Little Pigeon River. This area came to be known as Emert Cove. Records from Tennessee State Library & Archives in Nashville show he had made four entries (636 acres, 105 acres, 57 acres and 87 acres) by the right of occupancy in the Emert Cove area of Sevier County, Tennessee. These were granted by the State of Tennessee on Saturday, June 23, 1810 and Wednesday, June 27, 1810.

In Goodspeed's History of Tennessee it is mentioned that Frederick Emert and Martin Shultz were among the earliest settlers of Sevier County after the Treaty of Dumplin Creek in 1785 in which the Cherokee Indians relinquished their rights and title to the lands embraced within Sevier County. It is mentioned that Frederick Emert and Martin Shultz settled in the area that became know as Emert's Cove. (History of Tennessee, by Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1887 (reprinted in 1991), p 835)

In 1805 Peter Huskey entered 57 acres of land in the Emert's Cove area of Sevier County, Tennessee and held it for a short time. From Tennessee State Library & Archives, Nashville, Tennessee, there is a land grant (No. 1815) for Frederick Emert, assignee of Peter Huskey. By this grant, Peter Huskey sold the 57 acres of land in the Emert's Cove area to Frederick Emert prior to the issuance of the land grant from the state of Tennessee in 1806.

John Huskey had four other land entries dated from 13 Feb 1832 through 1 Oct 1834 in the Surveyor's Book No. 1 of Sevier County, Tennessee (Register of Deeds Office). All these lands were located on the waters of Cove Creek in Wear's Valley of Sevier County, Tennessee. These entries joined the lands of Aaron Crowson, Frederick Emert and Reuben Hatcher as well as his own land.

Frederick Emert signed the "1813 Petition From South of Rivers Frenchbroad and Holston to the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee" for the redress on the validity of land claims in Sevier County, Tennessee. This petition is in the Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.

Frederick and Barbara Ann continued to live on their farm in Emert's Cove, until their death. Both of them were buried in the family graveyard on their farm. This graveyard was given to the Emert's Cove community as a public burying ground by Frederick's son Daniel and his wife Sarah, and was later named as Emert's Cove Cemetery. This cemetery is located about 3 miles East of Gatlinburg on the old Emert Cove Road in the town of Pittman Center today.

The early Emert settlers spoke with a distinct German brogue. Because of this it is assumed the family originally came from Germany. (Article on Emert Family, Montgomery's Vindicator, Sevier County, Tennessee Newspaper, 31 Jul 1940)

It has been said that the late Edward Emert of Sevierville, TN had a family chest, which was brought to Sevier County, TN from Pennsylvani circa 1795. This chest was given to Barbara Ann by her parents. The handwriting on the chest has puzzled many folks. Probably it is written in "Old German Script" and reads "Barbara Neidigin, Anno 1772." [This is German version of name.]

MILITARY: Private in the Pennsylvania Continental Line during the Revolutionary War.

MARRIGE: 1778 in Upper Hannover Twp. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

BURIAL: Frederick and Barbara Ann were buried in the family graveyard on their farm. Emerts Cove Cemetery, Sevier County, Tennessee

Source: Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files; Volume I: A-E
'Smoky Mountain Clans', Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 65,67,68. 'The Book of Regan/Reagan,' Donald B. Reagan, 1993, p 414-416.
Rosa Lee Downey notes, 16 June 1983, p 42.
'In the Shadow of the Smokies', Smoky Mountain Historical Society, 1993, p 404.
'Sevier County, Tennessee and Its Heritage', 1994, 332.
! (1) "Heritage Quest," Issue 48 (Nov/Dec 1993), "In Search of our "Puzzling" Emmert Ancestors," by Nancy J. Emmert and Patricia Emmert Manning, p.47-53. Cites: (a) Family Bible records in possession of Helen Hewitt, Mercer Island, WA. (b) Greene Co., TN Deed Bk 2, p.204/Deed Bk D, p.186, courthouse, Greeneville, TN. (c) Hampshire Co. Personal Property Tax Lists, VA State Archives, Richmond, VA. (d) Research by Helen Hewitt of Mercer Island, WA; church records of Delongs Reformed Church and Christ Lutheran Church of Berks Co., PA. (e) Jeannette Range Papers, Elizabethon, TN. (e) "Selected Tax Records of Berks County, PA," comp. by Patricia Emmert Manning.

Source: ! Birth: (1) s/o Johann Philip EMMERT. Family papers in TN describe him as a relative of George EMMERT's family. (1a) 11 Oct 1754.
Marriage to Anna Barbara NEIDIG: (1d) By 1779.
Death: (1d) 7 Jan 1829, Sevier Co., TN.

Source: (1d) late 1770's: Frederick EMMERT had two children baptized, Berks Co., PA. In the 1760's-1770's, Philip EMMERT, Jacob EMMERT, Peter EMMERT and Frederick EMMERT baptized children, Berks Co., PA, in many cases using each other as sponsors.
(1e) Lived in Berks Co., PA until 1780.
(1c) 1782: Frederick EMMERT taxed, Hampshire Co., VA.
(1e) 1790: Appears in eastern TN.
(1b) 1795: Purchased land in Greene Co., TN.
(1) Removed to Sevier Co., TN.


Ancestral: File #: MC7N-9F
Source: Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Title: Ancestral File (TM)
Publication: June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998
Repository:
Name: Family History Library
Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA

Helen Hewitt, descendant,
6900 S.E. 33rd St.
Mercer Island, Washington 98040

Helen has family Bible.

Johan Frederick Emmert served in Revolution from Pennsylvania
for three years under Generals Wain and Washington. He was at
the Battles of Brandywine and Gulock and at the surrender of
Cornwallis. His discharge was destroyed when his house burned.

Dates for death of him and his wife, Barbara, established by an affidavit in his Revolutionary War file (No. R3345). That
affidavit was executed by their daughter, Barbara Emert Shults,on 2 NOV 1844. The affidavit also states that Frederick and Barbara were married in PA, then moved to VA, and then to North Carolina before finally moving to Tennessee.

Burial: Emert's Cove Cemetery, Sevier Co., TN



Source: http://peckandshults.familytreeguide.com/getperson.php?personID=I12663&tree=T1&PHPSESSID=75e16d71e593cc6181a8803c60611be5

Like much of Sevier County, Emert's Cove was a ?u?Cherokee ?/u? hunting ground before the arrival of Euro-American settlers. After the Battle of ?u?Boyds Creek ?/u? and several violent incidents between the Cherokee and the settlers to the west in what is now ?u?Cocke County ?/u?, the Cherokee were induced to sign the Treaty of Dumplin in 1785, ceding what is now Sevier County to the American government. Among the first Euro-American settlers to move into the newly gained territory was ?b?Frederick Emert?/b? (1754'961829), who arrived with his family sometime between 1785 and 1793.?u?[3]?/u?
?u? ?/u?
?u? ?/u?Burnett Memorial Chapel
Emert was born in Pennsylvania to German immigrants. He fought in the ?u?American Revolution ?/u? for the Continental Army, and probably saw action at the ?u?Battle of Brandywine Creek ?/u?. In 2000, the residents of Pittman Center erected the Emert's Cove Covered Bridge in his honor.?u?[4]?/u?
Other settlers arrived in Emert's Cove shortly after Emert. Among them were Juliana Shultz (1741'961810), a widow who arrived in the cove with her children around 1794, and Daniel Wesley Reagan (1803'961892), whose parents and grandparents were among the first settlers in what is now ?u?Gatlinburg ?/u?. Many residents of Pittman Center are descended from these early settlers.?u?[5]?/u? 
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22 Rev Joseph Henderson Wilson was born on March 24, 1883, in Murphy, North Carolina, the child of Jackson Lafayette and Ava Rilla Williams. He married Sarah Catherine Welch on November 30, 1902. They had nine children in 21 years. He died on May 7, 1948, in Bryson City, North Carolina, at the age of 65, and was buried there. From the handwritten notes of his daughter Hattie:

Joseph Henderson Wilson (1883-1948) was what is now called a Southern Baptist minister. He preached in Bryson City and several surrounding cities. To make a living he made brick and was a brick mason, a trade he learned from his father, Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913). He built the first courthouse in Franklin, Macon, North Carolina. It was torn down in the 1990's to build a larger one.
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Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913) did not know who his father was according to his youngest son, Joseph Henderson (1883 - 1948). His mother was not married and he thought his father was a Compton. Jackson Lafayette had two wives and 17 children. The first was Nancy Isabella Lee (1829-1874) whom he married in 1849 and had 8 children. She was supposed to have been related to Robert E. Lee. He listed his place of birth as Orange County which was later split into Caswell and Person Counties. He came through Burnsville, Yancy, North Carolina to Haywood County and then to Macon County in 1855. Per the 1860 Census he had $400 worth of real estate and $670 in personal property in the Burningtown District, Macon County, North Carolina.

One year they had a crop failure due to frost every month of the year and the family moved to Tennessee. Jackson Lafayette was a Union soldier in the Civil War and joined in Blount County, Tennessee. 26 July 1864 he was a private in Company E, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry commanded by Joe Devine. When the Company was disbanded he had a hernia, a bad knee, swelling and tumors on his shoulders and hemorrhoids; all were contracted in the service. He drew a pension of $100 a month in old age. By the 1870 Census he had moved to Nantahala, North Carolina.

On the 26th day of August 1875 Justice of the Peace, J. B. Carringer, married Ava Rilla Williams Carringer (1838-1913) of Yellow Creek and Jackson Lafayette Wilson in Graham County, North Carolina, a second marriage for both. Together and had 9 children. The 1880 Census shows the family in Cheoah Township, Graham, North Carolina. He moved to Cherokee County, North Carolina from Graham County, North Carolina, verified by the 1900 Census. He had to move when family trouble threatened to cause a mountain feud.

He had a brick yard in Murphy, North Carolina. He made his own brick and was a good brick mason. He built the first brick buildings in Murphy. One was torn down in the 1980's on the aquare. It was the old Regal Hotel. The old Mattox Hardware store burned in the 1990's. The only one standing at this writing houses Coward's Store. He also taught brick work to his son, Joseph Henderson Wilson.

Jackson and AvaRilla moved from Cherokee County to Swain County, Bryson City, when their youngest son, Joseph Henderson, moved there. They lived there until their deaths and both are buried in the Old Arlington Cemetery across from the old school buildings in Bryson City.
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Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913) did not know who his father was according to his youngest son, Joseph Henderson (1883 - 1948). His mother was not married and he thought his father was a Compton. Jackson Lafayette had two wives and 17 children. The first was Nancy Isabella Lee (1829-1874) whom he married in 1849 and had 8 children. She was supposed to have been related to Robert E. Lee. He listed his place of birth as Orange County which was later split into Caswell and Person Counties. He came through Burnsville, Yancy, North Carolina to Haywood County and then to Macon County in 1855. Per the 1860 Census he had $400 worth of real estate and $670 in personal property in the Burningtown District, Macon County, North Carolina.

One year they had a crop failure due to frost every month of the year and the family moved to Tennessee. Jackson Lafayette was a Union soldier in the Civil War and joined in Blount County, Tennessee. 26 July 1864 he was a private in Company E, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry commanded by Joe Devine. When the Company was disbanded he had a hernia, a bad knee, swelling and tumors on his shoulders and hemorrhoids; all were contracted in the service. He drew a pension of $100 a month in old age. By the 1870 Census he had moved to Nantahala, North Carolina.

On the 26th day of August 1875 Justice of the Peace, J. B. Carringer, married Ava Rilla Williams Carringer (1838-1913) of Yellow Creek and Jackson Lafayette Wilson in Graham County, North Carolina, a second marriage for both. Together and had 9 children. The 1880 Census shows the family in Cheoah Township, Graham, North Carolina. He moved to Cherokee County, North Carolina from Graham County, North Carolina, verified by the 1900 Census. He had to move when family trouble threatened to cause a mountain feud.

He had a brick yard in Murphy, North Carolina. He made his own brick and was a good brick mason. He built the first brick buildings in Murphy. One was torn down in the 1980's on the aquare. It was the old Regal Hotel. The old Mattox Hardware store burned in the 1990's. The only one standing at this writing houses Coward's Store. He also taught brick work to his son, Joseph Henderson Wilson.

Jackson and AvaRilla moved from Cherokee County to Swain County, Bryson City, when their youngest son, Joseph Henderson, moved there. They lived there until their deaths and both are buried in the Old Arlington Cemetery across from the old school buildings in Bryson City.

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Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913) did not know who his father was according to his youngest son, Joseph Henderson (1883 - 1948). His mother was not married and he thought his father was a Compton. Jackson Lafayette had two wives and 17 children. The first was Nancy Isabella Lee (1829-1874) whom he married in 1849 and had 8 children. She was supposed to have been related to Robert E. Lee. He listed his place of birth as Orange County which was later split into Caswell and Person Counties. He came through Burnsville, Yancy, North Carolina to Haywood County and then to Macon County in 1855. Per the 1860 Census he had $400 worth of real estate and $670 in personal property in the Burningtown District, Macon County, North Carolina.

One year they had a crop failure due to frost every month of the year and the family moved to Tennessee. Jackson Lafayette was a Union soldier in the Civil War and joined in Blount County, Tennessee. 26 July 1864 he was a private in Company E, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry commanded by Joe Devine. When the Company was disbanded he had a hernia, a bad knee, swelling and tumors on his shoulders and hemorrhoids; all were contracted in the service. He drew a pension of $100 a month in old age. By the 1870 Census he had moved to Nantahala, North Carolina.

On the 26th day of August 1875 Justice of the Peace, J. B. Carringer, married Ava Rilla Williams Carringer (1838-1913) of Yellow Creek and Jackson Lafayette Wilson in Graham County, North Carolina, a second marriage for both. Together and had 9 children. The 1880 Census shows the family in Cheoah Township, Graham, North Carolina. He moved to Cherokee County, North Carolina from Graham County, North Carolina, verified by the 1900 Census. He had to move when family trouble threatened to cause a mountain feud.

He had a brick yard in Murphy, North Carolina. He made his own brick and was a good brick mason. He built the first brick buildings in Murphy. One was torn down in the 1980's on the aquare. It was the old Regal Hotel. The old Mattox Hardware store burned in the 1990's. The only one standing at this writing houses Coward's Store. He also taught brick work to his son, Joseph Henderson Wilson.

Jackson and AvaRilla moved from Cherokee County to Swain County, Bryson City, when their youngest son, Joseph Henderson, moved there. They lived there until their deaths and both are buried in the Old Arlington Cemetery across from the old school buildings in Bryson City.
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23 Rev Joseph Henderson Wilson was born on March 24, 1883, in Murphy, North Carolina, the child of Jackson Lafayette and Ava Rilla Williams. He married Sarah Catherine Welch on November 30, 1902. They had nine children in 21 years. He died on May 7, 1948, in Bryson City, North Carolina, at the age of 65, and was buried there. From the handwritten notes of his daughter Hattie:

Joseph Henderson Wilson (1883-1948) was what is now called a Southern Baptist minister. He preached in Bryson City and several surrounding cities. To make a living he made brick and was a brick mason, a trade he learned from his father, Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913). He built the first courthouse in Franklin, Macon, North Carolina. It was torn down in the 1990's to build a larger one.
Jackson Lafayette Wilson
Posted 25 jul 2016 by Donna Martinez

Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913) did not know who his father was according to his youngest son, Joseph Henderson (1883 - 1948). His mother was not married and he thought his father was a Compton. Jackson Lafayette had two wives and 17 children. The first was Nancy Isabella Lee (1829-1874) whom he married in 1849 and had 8 children. She was supposed to have been related to Robert E. Lee. He listed his place of birth as Orange County which was later split into Caswell and Person Counties. He came through Burnsville, Yancy, North Carolina to Haywood County and then to Macon County in 1855. Per the 1860 Census he had $400 worth of real estate and $670 in personal property in the Burningtown District, Macon County, North Carolina.

One year they had a crop failure due to frost every month of the year and the family moved to Tennessee. Jackson Lafayette was a Union soldier in the Civil War and joined in Blount County, Tennessee. 26 July 1864 he was a private in Company E, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry commanded by Joe Devine. When the Company was disbanded he had a hernia, a bad knee, swelling and tumors on his shoulders and hemorrhoids; all were contracted in the service. He drew a pension of $100 a month in old age. By the 1870 Census he had moved to Nantahala, North Carolina.

On the 26th day of August 1875 Justice of the Peace, J. B. Carringer, married Ava Rilla Williams Carringer (1838-1913) of Yellow Creek and Jackson Lafayette Wilson in Graham County, North Carolina, a second marriage for both. Together and had 9 children. The 1880 Census shows the family in Cheoah Township, Graham, North Carolina. He moved to Cherokee County, North Carolina from Graham County, North Carolina, verified by the 1900 Census. He had to move when family trouble threatened to cause a mountain feud.

He had a brick yard in Murphy, North Carolina. He made his own brick and was a good brick mason. He built the first brick buildings in Murphy. One was torn down in the 1980's on the aquare. It was the old Regal Hotel. The old Mattox Hardware store burned in the 1990's. The only one standing at this writing houses Coward's Store. He also taught brick work to his son, Joseph Henderson Wilson.

Jackson and AvaRilla moved from Cherokee County to Swain County, Bryson City, when their youngest son, Joseph Henderson, moved there. They lived there until their deaths and both are buried in the Old Arlington Cemetery across from the old school buildings in Bryson City.
Regal Hotel Murphy
Jackson Lafayette Wilson
Posted 18 Aug 2016 by Donna Martinez

Jackson Lafayette Wilson (1828-1913) did not know who his father was according to his youngest son, Joseph Henderson (1883 - 1948). His mother was not married and he thought his father was a Compton. Jackson Lafayette had two wives and 17 children. The first was Nancy Isabella Lee (1829-1874) whom he married in 1849 and had 8 children. She was supposed to have been related to Robert E. Lee. He listed his place of birth as Orange County which was later split into Caswell and Person Counties. He came through Burnsville, Yancy, North Carolina to Haywood County and then to Macon County in 1855. Per the 1860 Census he had $400 worth of real estate and $670 in personal property in the Burningtown District, Macon County, North Carolina.

One year they had a crop failure due to frost every month of the year and the family moved to Tennessee. Jackson Lafayette was a Union soldier in the Civil War and joined in Blount County, Tennessee. 26 July 1864 he was a private in Company E, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Mounted Infantry commanded by Joe Devine. When the Company was disbanded he had a hernia, a bad knee, swelling and tumors on his shoulders and hemorrhoids; all were contracted in the service. He drew a pension of $100 a month in old age. By the 1870 Census he had moved to Nantahala, North Carolina.

On the 26th day of August 1875 Justice of the Peace, J. B. Carringer, married Ava Rilla Williams Carringer (1838-1913) of Yellow Creek and Jackson Lafayette Wilson in Graham County, North Carolina, a second marriage for both. Together and had 9 children. The 1880 Census shows the family in Cheoah Township, Graham, North Carolina. He moved to Cherokee County, North Carolina from Graham County, North Carolina, verified by the 1900 Census. He had to move when family trouble threatened to cause a mountain feud.

He had a brick yard in Murphy, North Carolina. He made his own brick and was a good brick mason. He built the first brick buildings in Murphy. One was torn down in the 1980's on the aquare. It was the old Regal Hotel. The old Mattox Hardware store burned in the 1990's. The only one standing at this writing houses Coward's Store. He also taught brick work to his son, Joseph Henderson Wilson.

Jackson and AvaRilla moved from Cherokee County to Swain County, Bryson City, when their youngest son, Joseph Henderson, moved there. They lived there until their deaths and both are buried in the Old Arlington Cemetery across from the old school buildings in Bryson City.

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24 Transcribed from Daily Journal and Journal and Tribune, Knoxville, TN, July 24, 1896.

TWO MAY DIE

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Blooding Shooting Affray in Little Cove, Sevier County

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How the Affair Occurred and What Caused It. Suspected Shootists Have Been Arrested

******

Special to the Journal.

Sevierville, Tenn., July 23--As the result of a shooting scrape that occurred in Little Cove last Wednesday two men lie at the point of death and a third is painfully wounded. The men are James Clabor, Aaron McGill alias McMahon, and Amos McGill.

The fuss that culminated in the shooting originated as follows:

Last week, Joe Hendricks reported to the White Caps that James Clabor and his wife were disreputable characters. Last Friday night, the white caps visited the Clabor home and gave Clabor and his wife a hundred licks each.

On Monday Clabor assembled his friends, among them being the two McGills, and proceeded to the Hendricks place. The crowd met Joe Hendricks and gave him a severe thrashing. He immediately swore out warrants for his assailants and they were tried on Tuesday before Squire Tarwater of Wear's Valley. They were discharged and it is rumored that the terror in which they are held by the community and the fear of bodily harm from them influenced the court more than the innocence of the defendants.

Wednesday morning, Clabor and the two McGills made a trip from Wear's Valley to Pigeon Forge in a wagon. In the afternoon, they started on their return and when about half way and while passing through what is known as Little Cove,several shots were fired from the bushes by the side of the road and the men in the wagon fell over badly wounded.

The shooting occurred not far from a house and the wounded men were taken there and their wounds dressed.

Aaron McGill is the most-seriously wounded and is probably dead by this time. He was shot through the body from one side to the other and also in the face. James Clabor was shot through the neck and his left arm was shattered by a bullet. Amos McGill received a bullet through his leg.

Immediately after the shooting Aaron McGill's affidavit was taken to the effect that Newton Green and West Hendricks were the assailants. These two were arrested Wednesday night and were to have had a preliminary hearing in Wear's Valley yesterday.

Messrs. Penland and Zirkle have been retained by the defendants and a hot fight will be made to clear them.

_______________________

NOTES: Based on the July 1896 calendar, it appears the events unfolded as follows:

Sometime during week of July 13, Joe Hendricks purportedly gave information to White Caps about M/M James Clabo

July 17 (Fri) - White Caps beat James and Susie (McGill/Mahan) Clabo.

July 20 (Mon) - Clabo, et al gave thrashing to Joe Hendricks in retaliation.

July 21 (Tues) - Hearing for Clabo, et al, before Squire Tarwater.

July 22 (Wed) - Shooting in Little Cove; Newt Green and West Hendricks arrested that evening
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Transcribed from Daily Journal and Journal and Tribune (Knoxville, TN) - Saturday, July 25, 1896

SEVIER COUNTY TRAGEDY

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Two Suspects Bound to Court for Saturday's Shooting

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As reported exclusively in The Journal yesterday, there was a fracus in Sevier county this week in which Aaron McGill, Amos McGill, and James Clabor were shot from ambush the shooting occurring Wednesday morning bewteen Wear's valley and Pigon Forge. West Hendricks and Newt Green were arrested as suspects and Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock were tried before Squire Tarwater and Squire Dryan and were bound to court. Neither gave bond and both were locked up in the Sevierville jail yesterday morning. There is considerable bitterness on both sides but it is hoped that there will be no further violence. The three wounded men are yet living but Aaron McGill may die at any time.
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SEVIER COUNTY TRAGEDY

*******

Two Suspects Bound to Court for Saturday's Shooting

******

As reported exclusively in The Journal yesterday, there was a fracus in Sevier county this week in which Aaron McGill, Amos McGill, and James Clabor were shot from ambush the shooting occurring Wednesday morning bewteen Wear's valley and Pigon Forge. West Hendricks and Newt Green were arrested as suspects and Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock were tried before Squire Tarwater and Squire Dryan and were bound to court. Neither gave bond and both were locked up in the Sevierville jail yesterday morning. There is considerable bitterness on both sides but it is hoped that there will be no further violence. The three wounded men are yet living but Aaron McGill may die at any time. 
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Died in Blount County, Tennessee, November 3rd, Mr. William Tipton. Mr. Tipton was born in Shenandoah County, Virginia, Feburary 13, 1761.

He entered the service a mere boy, under Capt. Langdon, 1776, was at the siege and storming of Savannah, where he was severley wounded and left on the field all night, as dead.

He is a brother to Capt. Abraham Tipton, who was under Col. Joseph Crockett, and who fell at Briargrass Creek, September 20, 1781, and also to Capt. Jacob Tipton, who raised a company of men in Green County, this state, and fell at St. Clair's Defeat.

Fought under his gallant father at the battle of Franklin, was in the Creek War under General Jackson, fought bravely at Pensacola, Talladega, Chicchopco, Enumclaw and Tohopeka, or Horse Shoe.

Published in the Knoxville Register
Date of entry in original source: 17 November 1849 
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John Brickey was born in Virginia in 1740 and died in Blount Co., Tennessee in 1807. In 1759 he married Mary Elizabeth Garner. Children were Jaret (Garrard) Brickey, Elizabeth Brickey, Peter Brickey, Winifred Lucas Brickey, Mary Brickey, John Caldwell Brickey and William (Will) Brickey. Mary Elizabeth died February 18, 1780 in Virginia and he married Jane Scott November 22, 1782. John Brickey, his wife Jane and two sons Peter and John immigrated to Tuckaleechee Cove, TN in 1790. Jane Scott Brickey moved to Missouri when the Brickeys moved there.

John Brickey is my 5th Great-Grandfather. 
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John Tipton was a captain in Lord Dunmore's war, but he more generally was known as Col. John Tipton, for among other things, his service as a militia colonel in what then was Washington Co., North Carolina (later Tennessee). As County Lieutenant he also was in charge of the Shenandoah Co., Virginia, militia during the Revolutionary War. Col John Tipton was born 15 Aug 1730, St. Paul's Parish, Balitmore, Co., Maryland, and died and was buried on Sinking Creek, Washington Co., Tennessee, in August 1813. He served in the legislatures of three states: the Virginia House of Delegates in 1776 and 1778-1781; North Carolina General Assembly as senator and representative, 1786-1787, and Tennessee State Senate 1796-1799, and was a key figure in the battle over the lost state of Franklin. His son John Tipton, Jr., was a militia colonel in Tennessee, and Speaker of the House of Representatives of Tennessee 1807-1809. 
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Son of Jesse Triplett Ferguson (1803 \endash 1889) and Mary Polly Brown (1805 \endash 1889), both born Wilkes County, North Carolina and died Monroe County, Tennessee. Have not yet located their grave sites.

Grandson of Richard Ferguson #108436531 (1766 \endash 1854) and Verlinda Triplett #108436540 (1775 \endash 1858), both died in Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
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Virginia Agee Hatcher, age 87, went to her heavenly home on August 2, 2017.

She was affectionately known as Mama Jen to many in the community. Mama Jen was a beloved wife, mother and grandmother. She was an avid reader, she loved needlework and quilting. Her grandsons always believed she had a pipe line to God as she always seemed to know what they had been into.

Preceding her in death was her husband of 54 years, Cecil C. Hatcher. Parents, Hubert M. Agee and Susie Sunbeam Ashley Agee, Brothers Carl (Kathleen), Waymon (Isophene) and Fred (Emma) Agee.

She is survived by her children: Dinah (Gary) Rowland, Margaretta (Leon) Davis, Michael (Karen) Hatcher, Dennis (Cheryl) Hatcher and Judith Broyles. Grand Children: Mark (Jenifer) Rowland, Keith (Heather) Rowland, Kip (Jan) Davis, Dale (Ashley) Davis, Clay Davis, Kelsey (Angela) Hatcher, Jessie (Sasha) Kirpichenkova, Matt (Liz) Hatcher and Jonathan (Ada) Hatcher. Great Grandchildren: Nathaniel Slawson, Eli, Emma and Anderson Rowland, Lane, Caroline, Cooper and Kase Davis, Lucie, Pearly and Emmet Hatcher. She had numerous beloved nieces and nephews as well.

The family will receive friends at Smith Trinity Chapel from 5:00 to 7:00 PM on Saturday August 5th. Funeral service immediately following. Family and friends will assemble for entombment at 1:00 PM, Sunday, August 6th at Grandview Cemetery Mausoleum.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Prospect Baptist Church \endash School Fund, 519 Prospect Road Walland, TN 37886.

Smith Funeral & Cremation Service, Maryville, 865-983-1000. 
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Wife of James Fenimore Cooper. Daughter of John Peter DeLancey. She married James in 1811. While she is not famous in her own right, were it not for her influence, we might not know the name of James Fenimore Cooper. Apparently it was his habit to read aloud to his wife. After expressing his disatisfaction with a novel and saying he could do better, his wife challenged him to do so. Although his first novel was not a success, he wrote thirty-one more. In 1826, she and James along with their children moved to Europe, where they spent the next seven years living in France, Switzerland, and Italy. When the couple moved back to the United States, they returned to his childhood home in Cooperstown which is named for James' father. There they remained and there they are buried.

The family was listed on September 26 on page 90 of 93 of the 1850 US Federal Census for Ostego, Ostego County, New York as follows: J F Cooper, age 60, author; Susan A, age 58; Charlotte, age 33; Susan A, age 37; Marie, age 31; Paul, age 26; and Amy Clayton, age 33. James was born in New Jersey. Amy Clayton was born in England. The rest were born in New York. 
Delancey, Susan Augusta (I35667)
 
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Rintha Ramsey Shults

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Parents:
Allen Ramsey (1879 - 1967)
Alice Ramsey (1884 - 1957)

Spouse:
Amos Shults (1906 - 1987)

Children:
Infant Shults (1941 - 1941)*
Phillis Ann Shults (1947 - 1947)*

Siblings:
Silas R Ramsey (1904 - 1975)*
Garland Taft Ramsey (1906 - 1989)*
Rintha Ramsey Shults (1908 - 1981)
Relda A Ramsey Ramsey (1911 - 1981)*
Victor W Ramsey (1913 - 2003)*
Creed Allen Ramsey (1919 - 2004)*
Martha P. Miller (1921 - 2006)*
Carl Bealer Ramsey (1922 - 1922)*
Eldee Ramsey (1924 - 1924)*
Ray Sevier Ramsey (1925 - 1998)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Morganton Cemetery
Loudon County
Tennessee, USA

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Ramsey, Rintha D. (I33890)
 
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Barbara Thomas Davis

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Birth: ?tab?Jul. 25, 1838
Blount County
Tennessee, USA
Death: ?tab?1890
Morganton
Burke County
North Carolina, USA

Barbara married Granville Clifford Davis on 13 Oct 1856 in Blount county, TN. He became a physician and they became the parents of Clingman Mack Davis, John Baxter Davis, Rebecca M Davis (whom everyone later calls Josephine and who married a Mr Hyde) and a daughter named Texanna Davis who apparently died young.

In 1870 a 13 yr old household servant appears in the census for this household and is named Mary Layal, from GA. By 1880 Mary has a child, Tattie Dixie Trusty and Mary has taken the name Trusty. In the years ahead both she and Dixie resume the name Lail. In 1885 Mary Lail and Dr. Davis have a son, Samuel C Lail. In 1888 they have a son, Humes Ira Lail. Around that time (April according to the attached newspaper clipping) Mrs. Barbara Davis is committed to the asylum and in 1890 she died there.

Dr. Davis and Mary Lail continued to have children together with Rhoda born in 1891 and Dock Clifford Lail born in 1894. Most of these children have death certificates indicating that Granville Davis is their father.

Barbara has a marker at Broughton but the family also apparently placed one in the Old Mother cemetery (FAG memorial 17030115).

Her granddaughter, Mae Davis, daughter of John Baxter Davis - also died in care here but is buried elsewhere. John Baxter Davis' daughter, Rena Cynthia Davis, married Elijah McCurry. Elijah is buried here.

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Charles Abraham Carmichael

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Birth: ?tab?Apr. 19, 1776
Newberry
Newberry County
South Carolina, USA
Death: ?tab?Oct. 9, 1845
Illinois, USA

aged 70y 5m 20d

He married Nancy Hall Carmichael in 1804 in South Carolina.


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Parents:
Patrick Carmichael (1744 - 1802)
Elizabeth Ann Thompson Carmichael (1749 - 1835)

Spouse:
Nancy Hall Carmichael (1786 - 1842)

Children:
William H. Carmical (1808 - 1884)*
Elizabeth Ann Carmichael Arthurs (1818 - 1879)*

Siblings:
Arthur Carmichael (1774 - 1845)*
Charles Abraham Carmichael (1776 - 1845)
William Carmichael (1777 - 1820)*
Mary Ann Carmichael Young (1782 - 1860)*
Robert Thompson Carmichael (1784 - 1859)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
South Henderson Cemetery
Gladstone
Henderson County
Illinois, USA

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Carmichael, Charles Abraham (I4273)
 
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Margaret Ann King Ward

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Birth: ?tab?Sep. 28, 1936
Tennessee, USA
Death: ?tab?Nov. 12, 2012

WARD, MARGARET ANN, age 76, passed away November 12, 2012. Preceded in death by husband, Donald Carter Ward; parents, Glenn and Presilla King. Survived by son, Robert (Sherry) Ward; daughters, Wilma (Johnny) Edens, Brenda (C.J.) Smith; sisters, Bonnie Davey, Debbie Wysong, Kay Roberts; brothers, Ralf and Michael King; Eleven grandchildren; Seventeen great-grandchildren; Several nieces and nephews. Visitation with the family Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012 12 noon until service time at 2:00 p.m. Inurnment to follow at Forest Memorial Gardens. Online tributes madisonfuneralhome.net MADISON FUNERAL HOME (615)868-9020.

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Glenn R King (1913 - 1984)
Priscillia E King (1914 - 1998)

Burial:
Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens
Goodlettsville
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA

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King, Margaret Ann (I6493)
 
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Christiane Maria Buenger Stellhorn

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Birth: ?tab?Oct. 20, 1844
Dresden
Perry County
Missouri, USA
Death: ?tab?Oct. 16, 1899
Columbus
Franklin County
Ohio, USA

Daughter of Dr Ernst & Amalie (Weber) Buenger.

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Parents:
Ernst Edward Buenger (1817 - 1899)
Amalie Auguste Wilhelmina Friedricke Weber Buenger (1823 - 1893)

Spouse:
Frederick William Stellhorn (1841 - 1919)*

Children:
E F William Stellhorn (1868 - 1941)*
Theodore J.C. Stellhorn (1871 - 1955)*

Siblings:
Christiane Maria Buenger Stellhorn (1844 - 1899)
Ernst T. Buenger (1847 - 1868)*
Magdalena Buenge Mueller (1851 - 1920)*
Matilda M. Buenger Mueller (1858 - 1931)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Green Lawn Cemetery
Columbus
Franklin County
Ohio, USA

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Buenger, Christiane Maria (I3022)
 
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Mollie Ogle

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Birth: ?tab?Jun. 29, 1887
Death: ?tab?Dec. 1, 1976


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David Ogle (1876 - 1958)*

Children:
Wayne Lawson Ogle (1912 - 1998)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Pigeon Forge Methodist Cemetery
Pigeon Forge
Sevier County
Tennessee, USA
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Ramsey, Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" (I7529)
 
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Rev Theodore J.C. Stellhorn

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Birth: ?tab?Nov. 12, 1871
Wisconsin, USA
Death: ?tab?Feb. 18, 1955
Sandusky
Erie County
Ohio, USA


Sandusky Pastor,
Noted For Work
In Scouting, Dies

SANDUSKY - Dr. Theodore Stellhorn, senior pastor of Zion Lutheran Church and widely-known in this area for his work with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital.

He was graduated from Capital University in 1889 with an A.B. degree. Three years later he received his B.D. degree from divinity school of the same university and was ordained into the Lutheran Church ministry.

He was installed as the first pastor of a newly-organized mission congregation at Fort Wayne on June 25, 1892. He became pastor of Zion Church here in 1907, and continued on until 1948 when his physician ordered him to discontinue his preaching. Since that time he has been known as the senior pastor while his son, Rev. Theodore Stellhorn Jr., was named junior pastor.

Activities Are Varied

Dr. Stellhorn was instrumental in engineering the opening of Good Samaritan Hospital; was a member of the Associated Charities and at one time was chairman of the Community Chest fund drive. He served as an officer of Firelands Area Council, Boy Scouts, for a number of years and was presented a Silver Beaver award for his work.

Survivors in addition to his son, Theodore are two daughters, Mrs. Howard Hughes of Syracuse, N.Y. and Katherine; two brothers, Rev. Ernest Stellhorn of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Major Adolph Stellhorn of Ashville; and a sister who lives in Richmond, Ind. His wife, Katherine, died in 1951 and a son, Luther, in 1954.

Services will be held at the church of which he was pastor at 2 p.m. Monday. The body will remain at the parsonage until 8:30 a.m. Monday when it will be taken to the church to lie in state until time of services.

Elyria Chronicle-Telegram
February 19, 1955.
(bio by: Robert V Darst)

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Parents:
Frederick William Stellhorn (1841 - 1919)
Christiane Maria Buenger Stellhorn (1844 - 1899)

Spouse:
Katherine E Stellhorn (1868 - 1951)

Sibling:
E F William Stellhorn (1868 - 1941)*
Theodore J.C. Stellhorn (1871 - 1955)

*Calculated relationship

Rev. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn
Rev. Theodore Julius Christian Stellhorn was born in Watertown, Wisconsin. He was the son (and later would be the father of) a Lutheran minister. The Stellhorn family moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana, where the father of the family was a professor at Concordia College. Next, the Stellhorns moved to Columbus, Ohio, where Rev. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn attended Capital University. He graduated in 1889, and three years later he became a graduate of the Divinity School at Capital.

In June of 1892 Rev. Stellhorn became the pastor of a newly organized church in Fort Wayne. He came to Sandusky in November, 1897, to become an assistant to his brother in law, Dr. August Dornbirer. In 1907, Rev. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn was called to become the pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Sandusky.























Rev. Stellhorn helped to organize Lutheran churches in Castalia, Huron, and Venice, Ohio. From 1928 ti 1948, Dr. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn and Rev. Theodore Stellhorn, Jr. worked together at Zion Lutheran Church, the being the assistant pastor, and the elder Rev. Stellhorn serving as the head pastor. In 1948, Dr. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn was advised by his doctors not to preach at public worship services any longer, so the senior paster visited the sick and shut-ins of the community, and continued to serve on several church committees.

On February 18, 1955, Rev. Theodore J.C. Stellhorn died at at the age of 83. He was buried at Oakland Cemetery with his wife Katherine. Officiating at the funeral of Dr. Stellhorn was: Rev. Maurice White, of Lima; Rev. David Wolber, assistant pastor at Zion; Rev. J.A. Griffith, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church; and Rev. John Braun, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church in Port Clinton, and formerly of Trinity Lutheran at Venice.

An obituary for Rev. Stellhorn appeared on the front page of the February 18, 1955 issue of the Sandusky Register Star News. The article reported that Dr. Stellhorn was one of the most able leaders of Lutherans on the Sandusky area. Rev. Stellhorn was survived by his son, Rev. Theodore Stellhorn, Jr., two daughters, and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. One son, Luther, had died in 1954, and his wife, the former Katherine Dornbirer died in 1951.


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39 ?tab?Rachel E Parker
Age in 1870: ?tab?2
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1868
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Dwelling Number: ?tab?27
Home in 1870: ?tab?District 13, Knox, Tennessee
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Female
Inferred Father: ?tab?David A Parker
Inferred Mother: ?tab?Margaret Parker
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
David A Parker ?tab?58
Margaret Parker ?tab?42
James W Parker ?tab?23
William F Parker ?tab?21
John A Parker ?tab?12
David A Parker ?tab?8
Dowel H Parker ?tab?6
Rachel E Parker ?tab?2

1900 census

Name:?tab?Walter H Parker
[Walter A Parker]
Age:?tab?1/12
Birth Date:?tab?Apr 1900
Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1900:?tab?Civil District 12, Blount, Tennessee
Sheet Number:?tab?6
Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation:?tab?111
Family Number:?tab?112
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Son
Marital Status:?tab?Single
Father's name:?tab?David A Parker
Father's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Mother's name:?tab?Ann Parker
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Tennessee
Neighbors:?tab?View others on page
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
David A Parker?tab?38
Ann Parker?tab?28
Tina E Parker?tab?10
Herbert L Parker?tab?8
Margret E Parker?tab?7
Howard H Parker?tab?5
Maud S Parker?tab?2
Walter H Parker?tab?1/12
Margaret Parker?tab?72
Sowel H Parker?tab?36 
Hunter, Margaret (I8612)
 
40 Adam Garner





1850 Census Hamilton Tennessee

Name: ?tab?Adam Garner
Age: ?tab?54
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1796
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1850: ?tab?District 27, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA
Gender: ?tab?Male
Family Number: ?tab?232
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Adam Garner ?tab?54
Eletha Garner ?tab?57


Franklin, Tennessee Census
1860 United States Federal Census

Name: ?tab?Adam Garner
Age: ?tab?47
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1813
[1792]
Gender: ?tab?Male
Birth Place: ?tab?North Carolina
Home in 1860: ?tab?District 9, Franklin, Tennessee
Post Office: ?tab?Hawkerville
Family Number: ?tab?1412
Value of real estate: ?tab?View image
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Adam Garner ?tab?47 should be 67
Delitha Garner ?tab?67





Adam

marries Julia Low 1869

1870 Census Grundy, Tennessee Census


Name: ?tab?Adam Garner
Age in 1870: ?tab?77
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1793
Home in 1870: ?tab?District 11, Grundy, Tennessee
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Male
Post Office: ?tab?Tracy City
Value of real estate: ?tab?View image
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Adam Garner ?tab?77
Julia Garner ?tab?40 
Garner, Adam (I1880)
 
41 Adam Garner

in the 1860 United States Federal Census

Name: ?tab?Adam Garner
Age: ?tab?47
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1813
[1792]
Gender: ?tab?Male
Birth Place: ?tab?North Carolina
Home in 1860: ?tab?District 9, Franklin, Tennessee
Post Office: ?tab?Hawkerville
Family Number: ?tab?1412
Value of real estate: ?tab?View image
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Adam Garner ?tab?47
Delitha Garner ?tab?67

His father was possibly in Grundy County in 1860 
Sheffield, Delithia (I14072)
 
42 Alexander Everhart

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Name: ?tab?Alexander Everhart
Age: ?tab?58
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1822
Birthplace: ?tab?North Carolina
Home in 1880: ?tab?Neosho, Cherokee, Kansas
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House: ?tab?Self (Head)
Marital Status: ?tab?Married
Spouse's Name: ?tab?Eliza Everhart
Neighbors: ?tab?View others on page
Occupation: ?tab?Farmer
Cannot read/write:

Blind:

Deaf and Dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane:
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Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Alexander Everhart ?tab?58
Eliza Everhart ?tab?40
Sarah C. Everhart ?tab?17
Eliza J. Everhart ?tab?15
Crisa E. Everhart ?tab?14
William A. Everhart ?tab?12
Laura I. Everhart ?tab?10
Ellen V. Everhart ?tab?7
John E. Everhart ?tab?5

Alex Everhart

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Name: ?tab?Alex Everhart
Age: ?tab?41
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1819
Gender: ?tab?Male
Birth Place: ?tab?North Carolina
Home in 1860: ?tab?Northern Division, Davidson, North Carolina
Post Office: ?tab?Lexington
Family Number: ?tab?358
Value of Real Estate: ?tab?View image
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Alex Everhart ?tab?41
Eliza Everhart ?tab?23
Emanuel Everhart ?tab?12
Maryann Everhart ?tab?10
Henry Everhart ?tab?7


Alex Everheart

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Name: ?tab?Alex Everheart
Census Date: ?tab?1 Mar 1875
Residence County: ?tab?Howard
Residence State: ?tab?Kansas
Locality: ?tab?Paw Paw
Birth Place: ?tab?North Carolina
Family Number: ?tab?8
Gender: ?tab?Male
Age: ?tab?57
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1818
Household Member(s): ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
R N Highsmith ?tab?67
J W Highsmith ?tab?21
J A Highsmith ?tab?22
B H Highsmith ?tab?16
M J Highsmith ?tab?14
M I Highsmith ?tab?12
L G Highsmith ?tab?8
Maggie Parker ?tab?19
Alex Everheart ?tab?57
Eliza Everheart ?tab?38
S C Everheart ?tab?11
E J Everheart ?tab?9
C E Everheart ?tab?7
M A Everheart ?tab?5
S J Everheart ?tab?3
E N Everheart ?tab?1 
Everhart, Alexander (I14779)
 
43 died from fever in Civil War Cagle, William Willis Isom (I14347)
 
44 in the 1900 United States Federal Census
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Name: ?tab?Isabell Clabaugh
[Isabell Clabough]
Age: ?tab?25
Birth Date: ?tab?Oct 1874
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Home in 1900: ?tab?Civil District 5, Sevier, Tennessee
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Female
Relation to Head of House: ?tab?Wife
Marital Status: ?tab?Married
Spouse's Name: ?tab?Archa Clabaugh
Marriage Year: ?tab?1885
Years Married: ?tab?15
Father's Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Mother: number of living children: ?tab?7
Mother: How many children: ?tab?7
Occupation: ?tab?View on Image
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Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Archa Clabaugh ?tab?35
Isabell Clabaugh ?tab?25
Lucindy Clabaugh ?tab?13
Elizabeth Clabaugh ?tab?11
Mary Clabaugh ?tab?9
William J Clabaugh ?tab?7
Luther E Clabaugh ?tab?5
Julia Clabaugh ?tab?3
Harrison Clabaugh ?tab?8/12 
Clabo, Archa (I29981)
 
45 in the 1920 United States Federal Census
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Name: ?tab?Jessie Stamps
Age: ?tab?28
Birth Year: ?tab?abt 1892
Birthplace: ?tab?Georgia
Home in 1920: ?tab?Atlanta, De Kalb, Georgia
Street: ?tab?Fleet Shoals
Race: ?tab?White
Gender: ?tab?Female
Relation to Head of House: ?tab?Wife
Marital Status: ?tab?Married
Spouse's Name: ?tab?Sam Stamps
Father's Birthplace: ?tab?Georgia
Mother's Birthplace: ?tab?Georgia
Able to Speak English: ?tab?Yes
Occupation: ?tab?None
Neighbors: ?tab?View others on page
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Sam Stamps ?tab?30
Jessie Stamps ?tab?28
Leward Stamps ?tab?12
Howard Stamps ?tab?10
Flora Stamps ?tab?8
Sam L Stamp ?tab?5
Ruth Stamp ?tab?1

Birth: ?tab?Mar. 17, 1886
Death: ?tab?Jan. 14, 1955


Burial:
Parker Family Cemetery
Panthersville
DeKalb County
Georgia, USA

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Stamps, Samuel Lee Sr (I30848)
 
46 in the 1940 United States Federal Census
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Name: ?tab?Raymond F Tipton
Age: ?tab?41
Estimated birth year: ?tab?abt 1899
Gender: ?tab?Male
Race: ?tab?White
Birthplace: ?tab?Tennessee
Marital Status: ?tab?Married
Relation to Head of House: ?tab?Head
Home in 1940: ?tab?Knox, Tennessee
Map of Home in 1940: ?tab?View Map
Street: ?tab?Anderson School Road
Farm: ?tab?Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935: ?tab?Rural, Knox, Tennessee
Residence in 1935: ?tab?Rural, Knox, Tennessee
Resident on farm in 1935: ?tab?No
Sheet Number: ?tab?4B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: ?tab?66
Occupation: ?tab?Laborer
House Owned or Rented: ?tab?Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: ?tab?4
Attended School or College: ?tab?No
Highest Grade Completed: ?tab?Elementary school, 6th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: ?tab?60
Class of Worker: ?tab?Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: ?tab?37
Income: ?tab?488
Income Other Sources: ?tab?No
Neighbors: ?tab?View others on page
Household Members: ?tab?
Name ?tab?Age
Raymond F Tipton ?tab?41
Pearl Tipton ?tab?36
Freeman Tipton ?tab?18
Ruel Tipton ?tab?16
Mildred Tipton ?tab?14
Buddy Tipton ?tab?7
Imogene Tipton ?tab?5
Samuel Tipton ?tab?3
Delbert Tipton ?tab? 
Tipton, Raymond Francis (I35747)
 
47 information from Eddie MCClahan by email

Jim
Rilla Carroll Latham Mcclanahan was married briefly to Latham who went by Joe.They were married 9/12/1882. George or Joe as he was known died 7/20/1885. They did have two children before they were married William Anderson Carroll 9/24/1873 and Newton Edward Caroll 7/30/1878.
Funny thing about William Anderson Carroll he married two McClanahan girls.Alpha McClanahan who ws David and Leah Burchfield McClanahan's daughter and Mary C.McClanalhan the daughter of John and Eliza Jane Rogers McClanahan.John was a son of James McClanahan who was the brother of David B.McClanahan.Now isn't all of that as clear as mud?
Also mentions a Sam and Mary Garner who I assume is also some kin to you.Eddie 
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48 Latitude: 35.55205, Longitude: -97.29974 Vineyard, Ina Lee (I26030)
 
49 Latitude: 35.55205, Longitude: -97.29974 Vineyard, Ina Lee (I26030)
 
50 the 1900 United States Federal Census

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Name:?tab?Tom Parks
Age:?tab?27
Birth Date:?tab?Mar 1873
Birthplace:?tab?Alabama
Home in 1900:?tab?Stevenson, Jackson, Alabama
House Number:?tab?106
Sheet Number:?tab?13
Number of Dwelling in Order of Visitation:?tab?232
Family Number:?tab?234
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Margret Parks
Marriage Year:?tab?1894
Years Married:?tab?6
Father's Birthplace:?tab?Alabama
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Alabama
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Can Read:?tab?Yes
Can Write:?tab?Yes
Can Speak English:?tab?Yes
House Owned or Rented:?tab?R
Farm or House:?tab?F
Neighbors:?tab?View others on page
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
Tom Parks?tab?27
Margret Parks?tab?6
Gracie Parks?tab?4
Dyght Parks?tab?3
Lenord Parks?tab?8/12

1910 Census

Name:?tab?Thomas Parks
Age in 1910:?tab?37
Birth Year:?tab?abt 1873
Birthplace:?tab?Alabama
Home in 1910:?tab?Stevenson, Jackson, Alabama
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Margerett Parks
Father's Birthplace:?tab?United States
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?United States
Native Tongue:?tab?English
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Industry:?tab?General Farm
Employer, Employee or Other:?tab?Employer
Home Owned or Rented:?tab?Own
Home Free or Mortgaged:?tab?Free
Farm or House:?tab?Farm
Able to Read:?tab?Yes
Able to Write:?tab?Yes
Years Married:?tab?16
Neighbors:?tab?View others on page
Household Members:?tab?
Name?tab?Age
Thomas Parks?tab?37
Margerett Parks?tab?35
Grace Parks?tab?15
Dwight Parks?tab?13
Leonard Parks?tab?11
Stephen B Parks?tab?8
Lewis Parks?tab?6
Frederick Parks?tab?4
Cecil Parks?tab?2

1920 Census

Name:?tab?Thomas E Parks
Age:?tab?45
Birth Year:?tab?abt 1875
Birthplace:?tab?Georgia
Home in 1920:?tab?Stevenson, Jackson, Alabama
House Number:?tab?Farm
Residence Date:?tab?1920
Race:?tab?White
Gender:?tab?Male
Relation to Head of House:?tab?Head
Marital Status:?tab?Married
Spouse's Name:?tab?Margret Parks
Father's Birthplace:?tab?Georgia
Mother's Birthplace:?tab?Georgia
Able to Speak English:?tab?Yes
Occupation:?tab?Farmer
Industry:?tab?General Farm
Employment Field:?tab?Own Account
Home Owned or Rented:?tab?Rent
Able to Read:?tab?Yes
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Parks, Thomas Eli Sr (I18322)
 
51 "Capt. Richard Kirkland, the grandfather of Mr. Reuben Harrison, settled on the Wateree River, at or near Col. Peay's plantation. Kirkland was a Virginian and a man of great wealth in those early times; he owned fifty brood mares. He came to Camden with a party of Quakers, but not 'of them' in 1752, and probably came into Fairfield very soon after." (From The History of Fairfield Coutny, South Carolina 'Before the White Man Cames to 1942' by Fitzhugh McHenry "Capt. Richard Kirkland, the grandfather of Mr. Reuben Harrison, settled on the Wateree River, at or near Col. Peay's plantation. Kirkland was a Virginian and a man of great wealth in those early times; he owned fifty brood mares. He came to Camden with a party of Quakers, but not 'of them' in 1752, and probably came into Fairfield very soon after." (From The History of Fairfield Coutny, South Carolina 'Before the White Man Cames to 1942' by Fitzhugh McHenry Kirkland, Captain Richard Snowden Sr (I586)
 
52 "Elias Howell, sixth child of John Howell and Mary Polly Wilson Howell.
The records indicate that Elias and his wife Mary (married 1820 Laurens, SC) had only three children: at least one of whom died as a child.
Elias is listed as the head of a household in Laurens district, South Carolina in the U.S. Census records for the years of 1820 and 1830.
He was the last Howell to leave Laurens District.
In 1840 he had joined his relatives in Benton County (now Calhoun and Cleburne County) in Alabama.

Elias married his second wife, Caroline Hart, on June 17, 1855. He died November 1, 1858 and his will was probated on the 15th of November. As executrix, his widow, Caroline listed the following brothers and sisters as next of kin:
Mansell and Abraham of full age and residing in the state of Mississippi.
Wilson of full age and residing in the state of Georgia, and Polly and Phebe Moore, sisters of the decedent, of full age and residing in parts unknown.

Also - Residence:
United States Federal Census
1850 Subdivision 30, Benton, AL for Elias Howell
 
Howell, Elias (I36027)
 
53 "John Washington Johnston born 2/21, 1808?
Mary Ann Vickers 6/11, 1810??
George Washington born July 16, 1852?.
Joyce Ann Russell born Feb 6, 1853?.
Married November 16, 1873?had 3 boys and 3 girls and I alone am left?
I failed to put the Johnston to Papa's name. He had 4 brothers and 4 sisters. Jeff, Britt, John, & Lycurgus. Mary, Martha, Emiline, & Jane.

There was 13 Russell kids. James, Calvin, Francis, Joyce Ann, Dovie, Thomas, David, Dora, Diaz, John, George called Judd. I don't think of the other two names. Grand Pa Russell was Ninevah Russell....Grandma was Margaret Ann Ware.

My parents were born in Alabama. Came to Arkansas when they were 6 years old. Swam the Mississippi River in an OK wagon.

I remember now. Mama had a Brother William and a sister Maggie Russell.

I hope you can read this.
Sally wanted this and I fixed it the best I could then I fixed another one and sent to her
Maybe you can read this" 
Johnson, Nora Megadean ?Meg? (I34731)
 
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