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[NI0002] That Peggy Barnard and Sarah Barnard were twin sisters is recorded in t he family data of the late Mary Ritchie Dillard, wife of Zach Dillard

[NI0006] Mrs. CARRIE CARNE

Dies At Home In Dyer After Long
Illness

DYER, Tenn ., March 18. Mrs .
Carrie Carne, wife of A . N. Carne,
prominent business man here, died
at her home this morning at 8
o'clock following an illness of several
months.

Mrs. Carne was a member and a
teacher of the Dyer Methodist
Church, and was also vice president
of the Parent-Teacher Association .
She was born and reared in Gibson
County, and had lived here
practically all of her life.

Besides her husband, she is survived
by three children, John Em,
of Lambuth College, Jackson, Marguerite
and Nathaniel of Dyer ; two
brothers, Wallace and Arthur Hutchinson
of Dyer ; two sisters, Mrs.
Howard Turner of Dyer, and Mrs.
C. C. Kennedy of St. Louis, Mo.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Newspaper Obituary found in Witt Photo Album.
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Carrie Mabel Carne, was born June 30, 1890 - died March 17, 1935. Age
44 years, 8 mo, 14 days.

She was married Dec 25, 1907 to Arthur N. Carne. To this union was
born 3 children, John Em, Marguerite, and Nat.

The life of Carrie Carne was short in years but full in service to
her Lord and all who needed sympathy, encouragement, and help. Her
homelife was ideal.

From early childhood when she became a member of M.E. Church, she
naturally filled places for rendering service in the young peoples
works. Later she was a most efficient teacher in the Sunday school.
The missionary society found her always ready to lead and do a
willing part in the Kingdom work of the church.

In the passing of our friend and Sister we have lost one whom we
shall miss but know full well how happy she is with the commendation
Well done thou good and faithful Servants, enter thou into the joy of
the Lord.

Her life as wife, mother, Sister and friend has been an inspiration
to all who knew her and the memory of the beautiful Christian Life
will always encourage others to be like her who knew so well the
meaning of the abundant life made rich by close fellowship with her
Lord. Surviving are her husband Arthur N. Carne, three children, John
Em, Marguerite and Nat, and two sisters, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Mrs
Howard Turner Two brothers Arthur and Wallace Hutchison.

Eulogy presented at Funeral
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[NI0010] James Michael graduated Fork Union Military Academy, Fork Union, VA; atten ded Citadel Military College, Charleston, SC; graduated from Southern Meth odist University, Dallas, TX. Married Vicki Guest of Dallas, TX, a Vanderb ilt graduate. (from "Weakley County Family History Book by Virginia Vaugha n, 1999, Turner Pub. Co., Paducah, KY)

[NI0011] Babs Suzanne Harrison, second child, graduated Chatham Hall, Chatham, V A; graduated Hollins College, Roanoke, VA; spent two years in Paris at Sor bonne in Hollins Abroad Program. Worked on several papers in Dallas aft er graduation, and is presently working with a public relations firm in S an Francisco and Honolulu. (from "Weakley County Family History Book by V irginia Vaughan, 1999, Turner Pub. Co., Paducah, KY)
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From Saturday, December 18, 1999 Weekend Honolulu Star Bulletin - Wood Cra ft by Ben Wood:
Former isle-based public relations woman and author Babs Harrison is engag ed to writer Robert McGarvey. He gave her a South Seas pearl ring with dia monds that he designed. Babs is with Sheila Donnelly & Associates bas ed in San Francisco.
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[NI0012] Linda Denise attended her mother's school, Moira House in England; Chatham Hall, Chatham VA. Graduated Smith College, Northampton, MA, and later earned master's degree in psychology from Harvard College, Cambridge, MA. Presently working on PhD in psychology with anticipated graduation 1999/2000. (from "Weakley County Family History Book by Virginia Vaughan, 1999, Turner Pub. Co., Paducah, KY)
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Obituary of Dr. James W. Harrison calls her "Lala"
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[NI0014] From MCH Notes:

Nat Came Rites Held Wednesday

Services were held Wednesday at 2:30 at Karnes & Son Funeral Home in Dy er for Hugh Nathaniel Came, life-long resident of Dyer, who died at the a ge of 46.

Rev. Dave Hilliard, pastor of Dyer First Methodist Church, officiate d. He was assisted by Rev. Tommy Jackson. a former pastor. Burial was in O akwood Cemetery.

Mr. Carne suffered a heart attack at his home early Tuesday morning and di ed three hours later in Gibson General Hospital at Trenton.

He was born in Dyer, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Came.

He was a former grocery merchant and was a salesman for Trenton Wholesa le Grocery Co. at the time of his death.

He was a member of First Methodist Church, a member of the board of stewar ds and a former Sunday School Superintendent. He was a World War II Vetera n..

He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lyda Rone Carne, a daughter, Natilee Carne, a nd a sister, Mrs. Marguerite Harrison, all of Dyer.

[NI0015] From Goodspeed:

John David Carne, clerk of the Gibson County Court, was born in Henry Coun ty, Tennessee, April 3, 1842, son of John D. and Nancy (Barnard) Carne, na tives respectively of South and North Carolina. They were married in Nor th Carolina, and came to Tennessee between 1833 and 1835, locating in Hen ry County, where he practiced medicine until 1850, when he removed to Gibs on County, and took up his abode seven miles cast of Trenton. Here he farm ed and practiced his profession until his death, May 28, 1865. The moth er died in September, 1860, having borne seven children, only four of wh om are living. The father's second wife was Jane A. Alexander, who still s urvives him. Our subject was reared on a farm and secured a good academic al education, graduating from the Bluff Springs Seminary in 1861. A year l ater he joined the Confederate Army, serving in the Forty-seventh Regime nt Tennessee Infantry. He was seriously wounded at Shiloh (being shot thro ugh both knees), and disabled for further service. After sufficiently reco vering from his wounds he began teaching school in Gibson County, and foll owed that occupation irregularly until 1878, when he made the race for cou nty court clerk. The returns showed but two or three votes difference betw een himself and his principal opponent, but owing to some complicatio ns in regard to declaring the successful candidate, Mr. Carne relinquish ed his claims to the office. He was elected to the office, however, in 188 2, and has discharged the duties of the office very successfully up to t he present time. Mr. Carne was re-elected to the office of county court cl erk without opposition August, 1886, for four years. He is a stanch Democr at, a Mason (Knights Templar degree), a K. of H. and a member of the Presb yterian Church. In 1861 he married Mary F. Simmons, who died in June, 187 5, leaving three children: John W., Nannie May and Emma. In 1876 Mr. Car ne married Sarah A. Hale, and by her is the father of six children: Lena J ., Mattie D., Mary Lou, Elizabeth S., Douglass B. and Arthur N.
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From the notes of MCH:

The Herald Gazette, Trenton, Tennessee
Thursday, November 28, 1965
100 Years Ago
John Carne, Jr. has resigned his position in the drug store of N. L. McR ee and has been succeeded by Johnnie Hassell.
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GIBSON COUNTY TENNESSEE MARRIAGES http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/Marria ges/marriages-c.txt
1824-1950 "C" Listings

Transcribed by Cindy Sawyers

CARNE BEN F MANER, DELIA 1900
" EMMA ALLEN, C M 1888
" FANNIE DAY, CHARLEY 1891
" JAMES B LETT, MABEL ADELL 1900
" JAMES B WARREN, MARY C 1871
" JOHN D ALEXANDER, JANE E, 1864
" JOHN W HANNAH, SALLY 1888
" MARGUERITE HARRISON, JAMES W 1941
" MARY McCLELLAND, S V 1904
" MAT BOOKER, CATHERINE 1894
" NANNIE MAY YOUNG, ROBERT L 1887
" W I ELKINS, M F 1887
" WILL LONG, JANIE 1903
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There is no Carne listing on the 1830 Federal Census Listing for Gibson Co unty.

From the 1830 Sheriff's List: (A List of the Free Inhabitants of Gibson Co unty of Tennessee taken agreeable to an act of the Legislature of said Sta te by John A. Raines, Commissioner)

206 Carnes , John

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1840 Federal Census:
Males …..…to 5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-7 0, 70-80, 80-90, 90-100
Females …...to 5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 7 0-80, 80-90, 90-100

page 96 - Moses Carnes 1011201 - 1222101
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Gibson County TN Federal Census 1870, Civil District No. 2
enumerated 9 July 1870 by W. A. Stilwell pg 224 a
P.O., Humboldt
Value of
House Property Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Col Profession Real Pers Location
152 Carnes, John 27 M W Farmer TN
Mary 23 F W Keeps house "
Jno 4 M W At home "
Nannie 2 F W " "
Emma 1 F W " "
Frances 70 F W " "
Williams, R. 12 M W " "

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1880 Federal Census:
Census Place:Trenton, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 30 8A

RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
John CARNESelfMMW38TN
Occ:Defit County TrusteeFa: NCMo: NC
Sallie CARNEWifeFMW25TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: NCMo: NC
John CARNESonMSW15TN
Occ:Farm LaborerFa: TNMo: TN
Nannie CARNEDauFSW14TN
Occ:Without Occup.Fa: TNMo: TN
Emma CARNEDauFSW11TN
Occ:Without Occup.Fa: TNMo: TN
Lena CARNEDauFSW3TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Mattie CARNEDauFSW1TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
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See http://www.geocities.com/bsdunagan/47tn.html for a description of C o. G, 47th Reg. TN Infantry.
"Company G enlisted at Trenton with Thomas Carthel, captain
Company G
Wounded: Privates Jacob Mobely, W.B. House, J.D. Carne, Jas E. Talley, Jes se H. Moore, Jas Donelson, J.M. Hunt, J.W. Bass, D.A. Reese, J.A. Bradfo rd and W.R. Cooper
Missing: Jacob Mobely
The 47th had near one thousand Southern Heroes in December 1861, but the o nly ones remaining at the end were:
Colon el William Watkins
J. B. Patterson, Company A D.B. Dodsun, Compa ny G N.A. Cresap, Company F
W.T. Kellough, Company B H.D. Dunlap, Compa ny G Capt. George Booth, Company F
W.M. Bell, Company F J.T.Brown, Compa ny A W.S. Bone, Company G
M.M. Flowers Comapny H W.D. Privett, Compa ny F S.J. Kellough, Compny B
S.D. Reeves Company B J.R. Simmons, Compa ny G Capt. James Oliver Company I
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From Goodspeed: (http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/GS/gspintro.htm)
The following is a list of the persons who have filled the most importa nt county offices, with their term of service:

Clerks of the County Court: Thomas Fite, 1824-36; Allen C. Nimmo, 1836-4 8; James A. McDearmon, 1848-54; E. W. Raines, 1854-65; J. E. Wood, 1865-7 0; M. C. Holmes, 1870-82; J. D. Carne, 1882.

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Obituary:

Died, on the 16th, inst., of Congestion of the Lungs and Stomach, J.D. Car ne, After and Illness of Four Days.

The Funeral Services conducted by the Different Lodges of the City, of Whi ch He was a Member.

A Large Attendance of Friends Follow the Remains to Their last Resting Pla ce.

Mr. Carne was born April 3, 1842, in Henry county and consequently w as 46 years and 13 days old. He was the son of Dr. Carne, who came from He nry county to this county many years ago, and who practiced physic in t he 12th district of this county for years, and died near Concord church wh ere he had lived.

Mr. J. D. Carne was a member of the Old School Presbyterian church, havi ng held his membership at Concord and at Old Shiloh, the latter of whi ch he was a member at his death. He loved his church, her doctrines, her p eople and everything belonging thereto. He was a member of the Masonic ord er, Knights of Honor and Knights of Pythias, by which orders he was buried .

His life was one of devotion, self denial and constant work, preferring al ways to deprive himself of comforts to favor his fellowmen.

He was educated at Bluff Springs in this county under Jno. W. Dickenso n, in 1891 receiving his diploma with the highest honors. He had taught sc hool a great deal of his time very successfully but was generally engag ed in farming.

He was married twice -- his first marriage to Miss Mary Simmons in 186 3, by whom there were born six children, three of whom survive him; his se cond marriage to Miss Sallie Hale in February, 1875, who died the 7th of M arch past, preceeding him only a few weeks. The fruits of his last marria ge were seven children -- five girls and two boys, all living.

Mr. Carne was an exceedingly popular man, as evidenced by the large vo te he obtained whenever a candidate. He began the race for County Court Cl erk in 1874, but withdrew before the election. In 1878 he made the race f or Clerk and was defeated by one vote only; whereupon he connected himse lf with Mr. J. C. Long as his assistant in the tax office for two years, a fter which he entered the canvass again in 1882 for Clerk and was elect ed by a large majority, and in 1886 he was reelected without opposition a nd died as such clerk enjoying the confidence of the entire community -- b oth as a good citizen and competent business man. He was very apt, qui ck of preception, and had a very relentive memory.

He was an exemplary christian man, and having had a good deal of sickne ss in his family and having been for the greater part of his life a vict im of dyspepsia, he deserves all the more praise for enduring it all duri ng life and braving death as a hero.

Truly it may be said that a good man has gone, for his place will be ha rd to fill, and his presence missed. He has left his family a good heritag e, in that that he has left them a good name.

As evidence of the esteem and appreciation in which he was held, we have o nly to refer to the largest procession of friends ever seen to follow t he remains of any one to his last resting place.

His death has cast a gloom over the whole community, and while we join t he family in mourning their irreporable loss, we are willing to belie ve it is all right.

J. T. W.
Trenton, Tenn., Apr. 19, '88

[NI0016] From The 1790 Census of Halifax Co., NC: (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usge nweb/nc/halifax/census/cen1790.txt)

1790 census North Carolina
Halifax County Halifax District

1st # free white males 16 year upwards and head of familie s
2nd # free white males under 16 years
3rd # free white females and head of families
4th # all other free persons
5th # slaves
Hail, Ogburn.....................................1-0-2-0-0
Hail, Aris...........................................1-0-2-0-1

[NI0020] From MCH Notes: (Obituary Hand noted as 9/6/13 - Paper unknown)

DEATH OF MISS BETTIE SUE CARNE. The many friends of Miss Bettie Sue Car ne were made sad when they learned of her death which occurred here abo ut 3:30 o'clock Saturday morning. She had been ill about two weeks -with t yphoid fever. The burial was at Trenton Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, t he funeral services benig conducted by Revs. R. L. Norman and J. W. Irio n, the latter of Trenton.

Miss Carne was a young lady of much worth and enjoyed the fullest confiden ce of a large circle of friends and acquaintances. She was a member of t he Methodist Church, a loyal church worker, a teacher in .Sunday school a nd was president of the Young Ladies' Missionary Society.

Two brothers and two sisters survive. They are: Arthur Carne of Dyer, Doug lass Carne of Lincoln, Neb., Miss D. Carne of Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Le na Allen of near Jackson, Tenn.

The floral offerings were many, giving additional evidence of the love a nd esteem which the many held for this excellent young lady.

Mrs. Mattie C. Hale, an aunt of the deceased, and with whom she made her h ome, was taken with typhoid fever on Friday night before Miss Carne's dea th early the next morning. At this writing she is critically ill. She w as not able to see the deceased after her death.
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[NI0021] Found on Nebraska Web Site search engine:

EXTRACTS OF MARRIAGE RECORDS BOOK G; CENTRAL CITY; MERRICK COUNTY, NEBRASK A
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/ne+index+93738853293+F

p299 #2832 8 May 1916 Silver Creek, Merrick, NE
Lowman, William 50 bp: I ll res: Silver Creek
Parents: James Lowman & Mary A. Kearny
Hurst, Mary A. 36 bp: Polk Co., N eb res: Silver Creek
Parents: Fred D. Buchholz & Sarah C. Graham
Married by Geo F. Mead, Minister M. E. Church. Witnesses: Dougl as B. Carne of Silver Creek & Jennie C. Mead of Silver Creek. (note: she w idowed).

p310 #2844 20 Jun 1916 Silver Creek, Merrick, NE
Eckert, Floyd E. 22 bp: Woodstock, I ll res: Woodstock, Ill
Parents: Michael G. Eckert & Elsie M. Cowlin
Squier, Dulcie I. 20 bp: Silver Creek, N eb res: Silver Creek, Neb
Parents: Newton L. Squier & Reka Wanke
Married by Rev. W. H. Le Bar. Witnesses: D. B. Carne & Hazel Taylor

[NI0024] Gibson County TN Deaths and Obituaries from the Humboldt Courier-Chroncl es 1921
Transcribed and submitted by Sarah Hutcherson
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OBITURIES FROM THE COURIER-CHRONICLE VOLUME XXIII-NO.16 THROUGH XXIII NO .51
FRIDAY ARPIL 22,1921 THROUGH FRIDAY DEC.23,1921 HUMBOLDT,TENNESSEE THE RE ARE
MISSING ISSUES IN THIS YEAR OF 1921 AND ENDS WITH THE DECEMBER 23RD,1921 I SSUE.
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/OBITS/courier1921.txt)

FRIDAY MAY 20,1921

A SAD ACCIDENT--occurred a mile west of town last Friday afternoon,wh en a tractor
machine turned over on Mr.JOHN CARNE,while he was demonstrating it on t he field of
Ab TAYLOR and S.CRISP,killing him instantly.Services was conducted at the
residence.Local news connected to funeral: Dr.R.L.PARK and wife,of
Jackson,attended the funeral and burial of Mr.John CARNE Sunday. Jimmie C ARNE &
wife,of Jackson,attended the funeral and burial of Mr.John CARNE Sunday.(J immie
was his son.) Jim HANNAH,of Louisville,Ky.,attended the funeral and buri al of
Mr.John CARNE Sunday. Miss Dee CARNE,of Nebraska visited her sister,Mrs.Jo hn CARNE
this week. Mrs.YOUNG attended the funeral and burial of her brother,Jo hn CARNE
Sunday. Also attending,but relation not given was Mrs.Rose CARNE and s on of
Kentucky.

[NI0029] Gibson County, Tennessee 1850 Slave Schedules District No. 11- 19
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District 11
21 December 1850
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Slave Owner NO. Age Sex Color Dist Pg Transc riber Comments
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Carne, John D. 1 25 F B 12 49
2 8 M M 12 49
3 5 M B 12 49

From 1850 Gibson County Slave Schedules: (http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibso n/census/slaves/1850-dist11-19.txt)
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Gibson County, Tennessee
1860 Slave Schedule 1860
District 11
Enumerated by W. R. Cox

Slave Owner # Age Sex ColoFugitiHousesDistriPage Commen ts
Carnes, J. L. 1 35 F B 12 504
2 18 M M 12 504
3 15 F B 12 504
4 6 F M 1 12 504

From 1860 Slave Schedule Districts No. 11 - 21 http://www.rootsweb.com/~tn gibson/census/slaves/1860/1860-slaves11-21.txt
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From Goodspeed 1887 biographies: (http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/GS/c-g dsp.htm)

John David Carne, clerk of the Gibson County Court, was born in Henry Coun ty, Tenn., April 3, 1842, son of John D. and Nancy (Barnard) Carne, nativ es respectively of South and North Carolina. They were married in North Ca rolina, and came to Tennessee between 1833 and 1835, locating in Henry Cou nty, where he practiced medicine until 1850, when he removed to Gibson Cou nty, and took up his abode seven miles cast of Trenton. Here he farmed a nd practiced his profession until his death, May 28, 1865. The mother di ed in September, 1860, having borne seven children, only four of whom a re living. The father's second wife was Jane A. Alexander, who still survi ves him. Our subject was reared on a farm and secured a good academical ed ucation, graduating from the Bluff Springs Seminary in 1861. A year lat er he joined the Confederate Army, serving in the Forty-seventh Regiment T ennessee Infantry. He was seriously wounded at Shiloh (being shot throu gh both knees), and disabled for further service. After sufficiently recov ering from his wounds he began teaching school in Gibson County, and follo wed that occupation irregularly until 1878, when he made the race for coun ty court clerk. The returns showed but two or three votes difference betwe en himself and his principal opponent, but owing to some complicatio ns in regard to declaring the successful candidate, Mr. Carne relinquish ed his claims to the office. He was elected to the office, however, in 188 2, and has discharged the duties of the office very successfully up to t he present time. Mr. Carne was re-elected to the office of county court cl erk without opposition August, 1886, for four years. He is a stanch Democr at, a Mason (Knights Templar degree), a K. of H. and a member of the Presb yterian Church. In 1861 he married Mary F. Simmons, who died in June, 187 5, leaving three children: John W., Nannie May and Emma. In 1876 Mr. Car ne married Sarah A. Hale, and by her is the father of six children: Lena J ., Mattie D., Mary Lou, Elizabeth S., Douglass B. and Arthur N.
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Died, on the 16th, inst., of Cogestion of the Lungs and Stomach, J.D. Carn e, After and Illness of Four Days.

The Funeral Services conducted by the Different Lodges of the City, of Whi ch He was a Member.

A Large Attendance of Friends Follow the Remains to Their last Resting Pla ce.

Mr. Carne was born April 3, 1842, in Henry county and consequently w as 46 years and 13 days old. He was the son of Dr. Carne, who came from He nry county to this county many years ago, and who practiced physic in t he 12th district of this county for years, and died near Concord church wh ere he had lived.

Mr. J. D. Carne was a member of the Old School Presbyterian church, havi ng held his membership at Concord and at Old Shiloh, the latter of whi ch he was a member at his death. He loved his church, her doctrines, her p eople and everything belonging thereto. He was a member of the Masonic ord er, Knights of Honor and Knights of Pythias, by which orders he was buried .

His life was one of devotion, self denial and constant work, preferring al ways to deprive himself of comforts to favor his fellowmen.

He was educated at Bluff Springs in this county under Jno. W. Dickenso n, in 1891 receiving his diploma with the highest honors. He had taught sc hool a great deal of his time very successfully but was generally engag ed in farming.

He was married twice -- his first marriage to Miss Mary Simmons in 186 3, by whom there were born six children, three of whom survive him; his se cond marriage to Miss Sallie Hale in February, 1875, who died the 7th of M arch past, preceeding him only a few weeks. The fruits of his last marria ge were seven children -- five girls and two boys, all living.

Mr. Carne was an exceedingly popular man, as evidenced by the large vo te he obtained whenevera a candidate. He began the race for County Court C lerk in 1874, but withdrew before the election. In 1878 he made the race f or Clerk and was defeated by one vote only; whereupon he connected himse lf with Mr. J. C. Long as his assistant in the tax office for two years, a fter which he entered the canvass again in 1882 for Clerk and was elect ed by a large majority, and in 1886 he was reelected without opposition a nd died as such clerk enjoying the confidence of the entire community -- b oth as a good citizen and competent business man. He was very apt, qui ck of preception, and had a very relentive memory.

He was an exemplary christian man, and having had a good deal of sickne ss in his family and having been for the greater part of his life a vict im of dyspepsia, he deserves all the more praise for enduring it all duri ng life and braving death as a hero.

Truly it may be said that a good man has gone, for his place will be ha rd to fill, and his presence missed. He has left his family a good heritag e, in that that he has left them a good name.

As evidence of the esteem and appreciation in which he was held, we have o nly to refer to the largest procession of friends ever seen to follow t he remains of any one to his last resting place.

His death has cast a gloom over the whole community, and while we join t he family in mourning their irreporable loss, we are willing to belie ve it is all right.

J. T. W.
Trenton, Tenn., Apr. 19, '88
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From Gibson County TN Census 1840

page 96 Moses Carnes 1011201 - 1222101

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From Gibson County website - 1860 census, district 12: (http://www.rootswe b.com/~tngibson/census/1860/1860-dist12.txt)
CENSUS YR: 1860 TERRITORY: TN COUNTY: Gibson DIVISION: Tuckervil le PAGE NO: 327a
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 1857 1880 Sisson William 9 M Tn
2 1857 1880 Sisson Sarah 50/ 80 F W 1,000 Va
3 1858 1881 Carnes J.T. 55 M W DR 8,940 5,0 00 SC X X
REMARKS: Has 3 att school
4 1858 1881 Carnes Nancy 55 F NC
5 1858 1881 Carnes Eliza 23 F Tn
6 1858 1881 Carnes May 20 F Tn
7 1858 1881 Carnes John 18 M Tn
8 1858 1881 Carnes Blarnd(? ) 12 M Tn
9 1858 1881 Carnes Anne Bel l 6 F Tn
10 1859 1882 Cook George 24 M W Farm er 627 SC
11 1859 1882 Cook Margrett 25 F Tn
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From Gibson County TN Census 1850, Civil District No. 12 (http://www.roo tsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_12.txt)

Transcribed by Dennis West.

House Value of Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Color Profession Real Estate Locatio n
2470 Jno D CARNE? 48 M . M.D. 3000 SC
Nancy CARNE 45 F . . . NC
Ann CARNE 19 F . . . NC
Margaret CARNE 15 F . . . NC
Martha CARNE 13 F . . . TN
Mary CARNE 10 F . . . TN
John CARNE 8 M . . . TN
James CARNE 3 M . . . TN
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Of interest?? From the Tennessee Death Index 1908-1912 C : PART 2 ( Cans by - Carson )
(http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jmurray/1908tdi/c02.htm)

LAST FIRST COUNTY YEAR RECORD
NAME NAME NUMBER
CarneEdgarHenry190943531
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From Gibson County TN Census 1860 and http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/t n/gibson/census/1860/0000read.htm
Barnard/Carne

Posted by Belinda Bettis on Thu, 16 Mar 2000

Surname: Barnard, Carne

I am researching the families of John David Carne, b. 1802 in SC that marr ied Nancy Barnard, b. 1805 in NC. They moved to Henry County, TN and h ad at least 6 children. One child was John David Carne who married Ma ry F Simmons. They settled in Henry County, TN also. Any relatives or desc endants of these, I would love to hear from.


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Dr. John C. Carnes e-mail johncarnes@gte.net or doccarn@axs4u.net (pop3.ax s4u.net) of
Seguin,Texas has full family pedigree and history of family from very begi nning of use
of surname CARNE(S). Will be happy to compare data and history.

Have authenic family pedigree and history of
family CARNE(S) from beginning of use of this
name in Wales by grandson of Prince Yner Vachan (Thomas or Gare). Wi ll be happy to
compare data and historical facts. This only
family of Welch origin with this name

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From Marvin W. Carnes
I have a fairly complete family tree dating back to birth of my great gran dfather (6 gens removed) in Lancaster, SC on April 23, 1803. He died on Ju ly 18, 1857 in Jonesboro, GA. Wife's name was Jane Carnes (so listed in t he his family Bible), born January 19, 1804, place unknown. She died Novem ber 13, 1890 in Jonesboro, GA.
I am looking for any info on Eli (or Ely) and his family. His father's na me is believed to have been Jacob (Eli named his first-born son Jacob b. 7 -15-1826, though he had been preceeded by a sister, Mary Ann, b. 5-15-1824 ). Eli is thought to have had a brother, John.

The family tradition says that Jacob Carnes helped bury the dead at the Re volutionary War battle of "Tarlteton's Massacre" and was about 17-18 yrs o ld then. That would make him born in 1763. I have no further info on th is early part of our family history, and would dearly love to find out mor e. Some annecdotal info in the family intimates that the family original ly moved from Lancaster, PA and founded the town of Lancaster, SC in hon or of their former home. The story goes that the Carneses in Lancast er PA left because of a rift between them and the Amish then livingin t he area. I have not been able to verify this info.

Anyone with info on Eli/Ely Carnes, John, or Jacob Carnes, or on the Carne ses of Lancaster, SC and Lancaster PA, please contact me. I will be gl ad to share my fairly extensive family tree with anyone who is intereste d. I use Family Tree Maker to compile the info, so can print out a tr ee or individual page reports for anyone who contacts me.

My direct line of descendants eventually moved from GA during the Civil W ar (they were slave holders and owned a plantation in the Jonesboro area ). One of my grandfathers, Thomas Jefferson Carnes I, was killed at the ba ttle of Knoxville in November 29,1863 fighting with the "Randolf Rangers ." His wife, Martha Anne Tyner, moved the family from GA to Butler Count y, AL, where her brother, Josiah Tyner was already living. She did th is to avoid General Sherman as he made his March to the Sea. Redrawi ng of county lines in 1867 placed Martha Ann in Crenshaw County. There s he raised her family with help of her son, Herchel Mars Carnes.

In the 1880s, Herchel stayed in Crenshaw County GA while his two brother s, Sorrel Dow (my greatgrandfather) and George Stephen Carnes moved to Tex as near Milam County. My branch of the family still resides primarily in T X, most near Conroe, Huffman, and New Caney. I now live in New Jersey, hav ing moved here in 1983 as a result of a job transfer. My mother, Dorothy I rene Bailey Carnes is also actively conducting research on the family, a nd she has a great deal of info on the Texas branch of the family. I am co ncentrating on the earlier ancestors, and would love to find out how our f amily came to America -- ostensibly in the early to mid 1700s. We assu me we are Scots-Irish, but have no direct info on that part of our geneolo gy. Please help if you can. I'll be glad to respond with any info i have t hat may be helpful to your research.

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From Julia Carnes Chase in response to Marvin W. Carnes

The original home of the Carnes family,the lowlands of Scotland,is an ar ea that lies to the south of Glasgow and Edinburgh andto the north of of E ngish border.In 1349,the first written mention.Carnys lived in a fortress- like stone house in a vally between two small mountains called East Cai rn and West Cairn and situated on the right bank of the Lake of Leith.T he area is in the southwest of Edinburgh.The house,called Cairn Castle,w as standing as late as the year 1906,when an Irish historian of the accoun t,of the family,Henny Cairnes Lawlor,had a book published giving a full ac count of the family.The name,Cairn,in Gaelic,mean a memorial such as th at at a battle site,or a grave site.In the years after the original menti on of the name de carneys,thename came to be spelled Cairnes,dropping t he de.The name is spelled Cairnes throughout the Brittish Isles.It was t he American branch of the family that dropped the 'i'.Occasionally,however ,the variant spelling of CAIRNS',CAIRNES,and 'CARNS' are found in Americ a. The Scottish family had a fairly close relationship with the Scottish k ings for approximately two hundred years prior to 1610.There are several r ecorded instance of the family being hired to repair and build portio ns of Edinburgh Castle during this period.Sometime prier to 1610,the ma le line of the family died out,but the name was carried on by a female mem ber of the family.In 1610,the owner of Cairns Castle, Alexander Cairnes,lo st the family estate and appealed to King James the Sixth of Scotland a nd First of England for assistance.He was granted a 2,000 acre tract of la nd in County Donegal in Ulster in Northern Ireland,where he was present ly establishing so-called'Plantations' of Scottish Protestants in Cathol ic Ireland.Alexander's oldest son John'is reputed by earlier historia ns to have married agranddaughter of the Lord Darnley,the father of King J ames I and VI of England and Scotland.Various members of Irish family reac hrd positions of importance ,including seats in the Brittish Parliament fr om Ireland.The problem was that of primogeneture.The eldest son inherit ed the family estate,making it necessary for the younger sons to go in so me other direction. MORE LATTER

The John Thomas Carnes branch of the family imigrated to America in the gr eat wave of Scoth-Irish imigration which began about 1720,some 100 years a fter the Scots had been planted in Ireland.This was brought about becau se of the Brittish withdrawal of tariff protection for Irish wool and oth er agricultural products and the lure of free land in America.Of course,t he Irish Catholics were glad to see these'intruders'leave Ireland.The Scot h-Irish usually enterd America by sailing up the Chesspeake Bay a nd on up Pennyslvanis,or Virginis.The name Carnes is a relativeely uncomm on family name,so it is fairly easy to check once it appears in America.T he first known mention in Virginia of the name is that of John Carnes of F rederick County,Va.He is listed in a special state census of 1782 as bei ng the head of a houehold of nine persons.He is the only Carnes list ed in this special census. AS Frederick County is in the northern tip of V irginia,this explains a branch of the Carnes family in Georgia claiming Ma ryland as it's ancestral home.To lend weight to John Thomas Carnes bei ng a member of this John Carnes family of Virginia,'John' is atradition al name in theJohn Thomas Carnes branch of the family and my great-great-g reat-great-grandmother,Comfort Carnes,is listed in the Paulding County,Geo rgia census of 1860 as being 107 years old with birthplace Virginia.Her bi rthdate,1753, mean that she was a young adult at the time the census was t aken.More Latter.
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Re: Carnes- code of arms
Posted by: Dr. John C.Carnes Date: December 27, 2000 at 06:54:59
In Reply to: Re: Carnes- code of arms by Ken Carnes

ANNWYL KEN:
In reply to finding on internet.There are
Cairnes from Scotland, this name came from
those natives who occupied the rocky hills
or cairns, thus the cairn folk. My line
if WELSH and a great many in the USA are
from this line. The Coat of Arms of this
group its found in the British Heraldry
Register in London. It is" Gules, a
pelican in her piety, proper." {Gules being
heraldic red,} I cannot explain the peity
of a pelcian. The Crest" A pelican displayed with two heads, issuant fr on a Ducal coronet or." The Carne Royal Pedigree
is available by order.
The family has two mottos: The one you
quote, which translates. My faith is in God".
the other is Latin ; and is Always Loyal>
The two Welsh lines were at Nash Manor,
Llantwit Major, ( Glamorgan) and the other
a Eweeny. The family parish was "Benefice Major at Llantwit Major , Cyrm u/ Wales.
Nash Manor is no longer owned by the family
but was sold several years ago.
For information you may wish to contact:
LLYFRGELL GENEADLAETHOL CYMRU
( The National Library of Wales)
ABERYSTWYTH, CEREDIGON, SY 23 3 BU
CYRMU/WALES.
Pardon my reply withour invitation, but
feel it important to keep our line in its
proper place and time.
Yr eiddoch yn gywir ( your sincerely)_
JohnC.Carnes
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LDS records indicate a JOHN CARNE - International Genealogical Index / NA
Gender: Male Christening: 20 SEP 1802 Independent Congregational Circular Church, Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Father: THOS WM. CARNE
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[NI0030]
http://www.dillardfamilyassociation.com/dannuals/da2000/da00all.htm
1834 Letter from Elizabeth Barnard Love
to her sister

Printed below is a June 19, 1835 letter from Elizabeth Barnard Love to h er sister Peggy Young in Burnsville, Yancey County, North Carolina. It w as provided by Belinda Bettis of Hayesville, North Carolina, a Barnard res earcher. Barnard is commonly misspelled "Barnett." Luke Barnard came in to Rabun County while Cherokees were still there. He arrived at a date whi ch appears to be before the date of the arrival of the Dillards (see Jo hn T. Coleman's article above) and had daughters, Sally Barnard (the wi fe of James Dillard), Elizabeth Barnard (wife of Thomas Love), Nancy Barna rd (wife of Doctor Carnes), Margaret (“Peggy") Barnard (wife of Josh ua P. Young), and sons John Barnard (mentioned in John T. Coleman's artic le above as "John Barnett"), Andrew Barnard, and possibly Joseph Barnard.

Thomas Love, the husband of Elizabeth Barnard Love, was a son of Thomas Lo ve and Martha Dillard Love. Martha Dillard Love was a daughter of Thomas D illard, Jr. of Pittsylvania County, Virginia who moved to and died in Wash ington County, North Carolina later Tennessee. This letter gives us a glim pe of how and to what extent our early migrating ancestors kept up with ea ch other (and they did have letters and a post office!), and their pa in in leaving and not hearing from loved ones left behind..

Henry County, West Tennessee June 19, 1835

Dear Sister:

After an absence of nearly two years I avail myself of the present opportu nity of writing you a few lines to let you know I am still in the la nd of the living though many miles from the land of my youthful pleasure b ut I think I am placed in a situation far superior to many things I cou ld have promised myself in that country. I have nothing very particul ar to write there has been so much said already about this country th at I think it would ---- to say any more. Our family are all well and a ll the rest of the friends in this country. Hoping these few lines may fi nd all enjoying the same blessings. Brother John and the doctor are very w ell pleased with their move to this country. John was married on the 20 th of May to Miss Eleander Sisson and I think there is no doubt but she wi ll make him a good wife and an agreeable companion. Mr. Love has purchas ed land in this country 6 miles from Parris. I feel entirely satisfied a nd think we are settled for life. I have understood that father and moth er intends visiting you this summer. I feel for you my dear Sister for I k now there is no person but one who have parted with a dear old father a nd mother thinking it to be the last time they are ever to see them that c an conceive what I felt when I left mine for I had no idea I ever should s ee them any more in this life but I now have the pleasing prospect of meet ing with them again if we should all be spared a few months longer. I wro te to you shortly after our arrival in this country and have been anxious ly expecting a letter from you ever since but I have not received the fir st line from none of my relatives since I left that country only from my t wo brothers. I think I must complain of you and Sally Dillard for it see ms as though you have forgotten that you have a sister by the name of Lov e. We have never enjoyed better health in our family in our lives th an we have since we came to this country. I expect to be confin ed by 20 of September. We have had a very wet season and the prospec ts of crops are not so good at this time. We all join in love to you and a ll your family and all inquiring friends. So no more but remains your affe ctionate sister.
Elizabeth Love"
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From http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/u/c/Fred-B-Huckaby/?Welc ome=1053477475
(Originally furnished by Belinda Bettis

To: Margaret Barnard Young (living in then Burnsville, Yancey
County, NC) now, Madison county, NC
From: Nancy Barnard Carne
(Living in Henry County, West Tennessee)
Date written: July 23, 1837
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Dear Sister:
After a long and shameful silence, I will try and drop you a line le ast
you think I have forgotten you. I have not forgoten but have neglected
to write and am at a loss to know what to write as I have not received
a line from you since I have been in the district but I hope you will wri te
and let me hear how you are all doing my own family are all well at this
time but I fear will not remain so long the sickly season is close at ha nd
I think of the mountains very strong when shaking with the ague I have
had two spells of the fever and ague since we have lived here and am
in dread of the third. I heard you wrote to betsy but I have not seen yo ur
letter John intends to start to the mountains in a few weeks for his wif es
health and will probably pay you a visit. Iexpect Betsy has answered
your letter and given all the information about the old people that I c
they have moved to hiwassie but I have not received a line from them
so I cant say how they are doing you wrote you had another daughter
I have another nine months old but no son it is uncertain whether we
shall settle in this country for good it is owing to the health we enjoy t his
season if we could have health here it is a desireable place to live but
we have not escaped a season yet without fever or ague and I am in
constant dread that some of us will be sick my children begin to look pa le
and bad and eat nothing Tell Joshua the Doctor says he would write to
him but he has wrote and never received an answer so he will wait a whi
longer and see if he wont write at all I wish you to write to me soon a
write how your selves and uncles family are if any more of them are
married and who to Betsys family was all well the other day Johns wife
is poorly but better than she has been I have nothing more to write that
would be worth including but remain your affectionate sister

The Doctor desires to be remembered to yourselves and family Nancy Carne

P.S. direct your letter to Paris, Henry County, Tennessee
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From http://www.dillardfamilyassociation.com/dannuals/da2001/da01all.htm

Printed in the 2000 Dillard Annual was a June 19, 1835 letter from Elizabe th Barnard Love to her sister Peggy Barnard Young in Burnsville, Yancey Co unty, North Carolina. Belinda Bettis of Hayesville, North Carolina, a Bar nard researcher, provided it. Elizabeth Barnard was the wife of Thomas Lov e. She was a sister of Sarah Barnard Dillard, the wife of James Dilla rd of Rabun County, Georgia. Thomas Love was a son of Thomas Love and Mar tha Dillard Love (who was a daughter of Thomas Dillard, Jr. of Pittsylvan ia County, Virginia and Washington County, North Carolina later Tennessee ).

Printed below is a May 5, 1848 letter from Elizabeth Barnard L ove to this same sister. By 1848 Elizabeth Barnard Love and her husban d, Thomas Love, had migrated from Henry County, West Tennessee to Wright C ounty, Missouri. This letter has also been provided by Belinda Bett is of Hayesville, North Carolina. The two letters are helpful in provi ng the names of the children of Luke Barnard and wife whose name at this t ime is unknown. Spelling has been left as in the original letter to the e xtent possible. Paragraphing and punctuation has been supplied for readabi lity.

"Wright County, Mo May 5, 1848

Dear Sister

I have once more set down to write you A few lines with painful emotio ns my dear sister. I have to communicate to you than in less than one sho rt year we have been deprived by death of our two oldest children. Robe rt died last September in Santafee. He turned out volunteer and was elect ed first lieu in his captains company. They belonged to the 3 regime nt of mounted men from this state. He was taken sick about the 3rd of Ju ly and was never able to set up another day. He was hauld in a small wagg on across the sandy desert between Missouri and New Mexico to the ci ty of Stantafee where his poor body lies far away from his home.

Oh, sister you may better conceive than I describe my feelings. Whi le I am writing on the subject the tears allmost blinds me. I can scarce ly write legible. We have never learned the particulars of his sickness n or death.

Patsey was married two years ago to a Mr. Lea from east Tennessee. She d ied on the 27 of March past. She left a little daughter five days old. S he was perfectly willing to die. She kept her sences to the last. I wean ed my baby and am suckling hers. Its a very pretty healthy child. She na med it her self. She called it Mary Elizabeth.

The rest of our family is all well. I have had 5 children since I saw y ou 4 daughters and one son, Dorcas, Diannah, Letitia, Thomas and Elle n. My youngest is about 16 months old.

Margaret was married a year ago. She has a fine daughter about a month ol d. She married a Tennsyeean by the name of Burnnett. They live abo ut 15 miles from us. She calls her baby Martha. We have a good country n otwithstanding our misfortune. I am entirely satisfied to live her e. We have a beautiful farm. Mr. Love raised between 3 and 4 thousand bu shels of corn last season, something over 3 hundred bushels wheat and a la rge crop of oats.

I feel so anxious to hear from you all its renders me very unhappy at tim es but I am compelled to think as little as possible about my own connecti on as it appears they have allmost all forgotten me. I have not receiv ed but two letters from any of my own connection. Since the death of o ur poor brother John, I own I have been a little neglectful about writi ng but I have written to that country so often and received no answer th at I am more excusable.

I do hope you will not fail to write to me as soon as you receive thi s. Do write all about all your own family and all the connection and frie nds. If old uncle and aunt McElroy is living do remember me to them. Te ll them I hope they have not forgotten me. Tell all our cousins I want th em to write to me and let me know all about their families. Now sist er do write as soon as you receive this letter and let me know all about y our family as I don’t know how many children you have or whether they a re all living with you or not.

I received a letter from sister Dillard a few weeks since. It gi ve me a great deal of satisfaction indeed. She stated she would have wro te before is she had known what P. O. to direct a letter to. If that is t he reason you don’t write I hope you will see from this letter direct to W right County, Mo. Hazelwood P. O.

Mr. Love had placed (?) himself that he could arrange his business so th at we would have been able to have went to North Carolina this spring b ut we have entirely abandoned the idea. I shall write to Father in a sho rt time. It has been almost three years since I received a line from hi m. I don’t know what can be the cause. I do believe I have an adversa ry in the family. I may be wrong but I do think I have good reason to bel ieve it but I know that if I have given any cause to be treated the w ay I have been I was ignorant of it but I submit to may fate as I know th is world is but a dream. Mr. Love joins me in love to you and Joshua a nd all the friends.

E lizabeth Love"

The envelope is addressed in handwriting to "Joshua Young, Burnsville, Ya ncy County, North Carolina." The return address on the envelope is mark ed "Hazelwood, Mo. May 9th" and further marked "fowd from Barnardsvill e, N. C. June 21st ."
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[NI0031] This may be Jane Alexander Carne living with her son-in-law. Next househo ld is Matt Carne, Black.

Gibson Co., TN Federal Census 1880
Census Place:Davis Shop, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 39 3A
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Jerry SALIMONSelfMMW49NC
Occ:FarmerFa: NCMo: NC
Mary A. SALIMONWifeFMW47MD
Occ:Keep HouseFa: NCMo: NC
Samuel J. SALIMONSonMSW11TN
Fa: NCMo: MD
James W. F. SALIMONSonMW15TN
Occ:Work On FarmFa: NCMo: MD
Jane A. S. CARNEMotherLFW51NC
Fa: NCMo: NC
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[NI0032] As reported in The Jackson Sun: 07/27/2002

Lyda Rone Carne DeLoach,
Services for Lyda Rone Carne DeLoach, 74, will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at D yer First Methodist Church with Rev. David Atkinson officiating. Burial wi ll be in Oakwood Cemetery in Dyer.
Mrs. DeLoach died July 26, 2002 at Jackson Madison Co. General Hospital. S he was a Retired Supervisor from the TN Dept. of Human Services. She w as a member of Dyer First Methodist Church and a graduate of U.T. Knoxvill e.

She is survived by two daughters, Natalee Reed and Beth Griffin of Dyer, T N; two stepdaughters, Shirley Evans and Charlotte Engles; two stepsons Tom my DeLoach and Michael DeLoach; one sister, Catherine Forsyth of Humbold t; four grandchildren, Nathan Reed, Samuel Reed, Cady Griffin and Jessi ca Griffin of Dyer.

Karnes and Son Funeral Home

731-692-3711
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[NI0034] CNIDR Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: 18)

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Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 16:28:29 -0400
From: Annette Barron
To: TNGIBSON-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <19990226.162928.11990.12.vabeach77@juno.com>
Subject: [TNGIBSON-L] re: REED and PARK(E)S inquiry

Hello Roy and list: you stated four of your REED brothers married four
PARK(E)S ladies. I am supplying my list of REED's, but many are missing
a spouse, so don't know if these are your line or not. Let me know if we
have any connections here or of you can fill in any missing blanks for me
too, thanks, annette barron

1-Samuel Pleasant REED (Capt) m.04Jan1871 to Rachel S. NORMAN
b.30Oct1850 d.24Oct1922 (d/o Robert NORMAN b.01Mar1801 NC?
d.25Nov1872 and Jemima/Jamima ____ b.29Aug1819 NC? d.28Oct1888
bth bur. Antioch Ch.Cem in Bradford,Gibson,TN
2-William Leighton REED b.1871
2-John Lafayette "Fate" REED b.04Dec1873 d.01Jan1959 m. Carrie Elma
SMALLEY b.27Sep1882 d.16Dec1973 both bur. Oakwood Cem in
Dyer,Gibson,TN
3-Robert Samuel "R.S." REED b.18Jun1915 m. 20Mar1940 to
Mary Lee SPENCER b.15Dec1919 near Medina,Gibson,TN
4-Carolyn Ruth REED b.1941 m. ____BOYTE
4-John Robert "Butch" REED b.1942 Ripley,Lauderdale,TN m.1961 to
Patricia Sue "Patsy" LONDON b.1943 Rutherford,,TN
Issue: Johnny, Jennifer, and Charles.
4-Mary Ellen REED b.1944 m. Ed PRATT
4-Joseph Spencer REED b.1952 m.1974 to Natalee CARNE b.1953
5-Robert Nathaniel "Nathan" REED b.1978
4-Susan Lee REED b.1959
3-Joe REED m. ____issue: Nathan REED
3-John Smalley REED (Dr.)
3-Mary Maude REED m. ____CUZZORT
2-Anna REED b.1876
2-Eugene REED b.1879
2-Nora REED b.1881
2-Birdie REED (twin) b.29Jul1884 d.09Oct1967 m. Linus Albert THORNTON
b.11Jul1885 d.15Oct1960 both bur. Oakwood Cem Dyer,,TN
3-Ethel THORNTON m. ____BEASLEY
3-Linus Norman THORNTON b.01Jan1908 d.06Aug1976 m. Lois CLARK
b.12Oct1912 both bur. Oakwood Cem in Dyer,,TN
3-Robert Reed THORNTON m.____
4-Linus THORNTON m. Donna ____
2-Myrtle REED (win) b.29Jul1884
2-Ethel May REED b.16Mar1887 d.04Mar1897 bur. Antioch Ch.C
Bradford,,TN
2-Almer Earl REED (female) b.18May1891 d.28Oct1892 bur. Antioch Ch.
Cem in Bradford,,Tn
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[NI0037] NSDAR National Number 661355

[NI0039] NSDAR National Number 339782

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GIBSON COUNTY TN 1880 CENSUS DISTRICT NO. 21
ENUMERATOR: Sam H. Thomas
ALL INFORMATION AS OF June 1, 1880
15 Thomas HUTCHISON W M 74 He ad M TN UNKNOWN IRE Farm er
Hariette HUTCHISON W F 69 Wi fe M TN TN TN Keeps Hou se
John HUTCHISON W M 40 S on S TN TN TN Farm Lab or
Thomas R. HUTCHISON W M 24 S on S TN TN TN Engine er
Cora THOMAS W F 13 at ho me S TN TN TN House Keep er
16 James M. COULTER W M 52 He ad M TN NC GA Miller & Pro f.
Nancy R. COULTER W F 48 Wi fe M TN TN TN Keeps Hou se
Will S. COULTER W M 21 S on S KY TN TN Engineer & Musi an
Boon COULTER W M 18 S on S KY TN TN Engine er
M. Letticia HUGHES W F 17 Nie ce S KY TN TN House Keep er
Mary A. SMITH W F 68 M iL W TN TN TN At Ho me
17 James M. HUTCHISON W M 49 He ad M TN TN TN Miller & Machini st
Elizabeth R. HUTCHISON W F 47 Wi fe M TN TN VA Keeps Hou se
Nace L. HUTCHISON W M 25 S on W TN TN TN Dry Goods Cle rk
Jesse E. HUTCHISON W M 22 S on S TN TN TN Carpent er
Emerson E. HUTCHISON W M 20 S on M TN TN TN Miller & Sawy er
Lara HUTCHISON W F 16 D iL M TN TN TN
Alice M. HUTCHISON W F 18 D au S TN TN TN At Ho me
Ada F. HUTCHISON W F 16 D au S TN TN TN At Ho me
James E. HUTCHISON W M 13 S on S TN TN TN At Ho me
Alvin L. HUTCHISON W M 11 S on S TN TN TN At Ho me
Fountain P. HUTCHISON W M 8 S on S TN TN TN At Ho me
Charley WOOD B M 47 He ad M MS GA LA Labor In Mi ll
Ella WOOD B F 33 Wi fe M VA VA VA Co ok

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1900 Federal Census: http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/1900/1900-d ist21.txt
THE 1900 CENSUS of GIBSON COUNTY TENNESSEE DISTRICT N O. 21 P.O. DYER, TN
TRANSCRIBED BY JACKIE ISBELL JOHNSTON

WARD NO 2 CENSUS TAKER: B. W. OVERA LL DATE: 4 JUNE 1900

NAME RELATION PERSONAL DESCRIPTI ON CHILDREN NATIVITY OCCUPA TION Months NoAttendedSchool EDUCATION OWNERSH IP OF HOME
Race Sex Birth Age Marit alYrsMarrie#Born #living BirthPlaFather BorMother Bo rn Employed (In Months) Read Write SpeakEnglO wn or Free oFarm o# Farm Sch
108 Hutchison, --m E. Head W M Aug 18 60 39 M 20 TN TN TN Farmer yes yes yes O F ?
Lara Wife W F Sept 18 42 37 M 20 6 5 TN TN TN yes yes yes
Arthur Son W M Aug 18 81 18 S TN TN TN C arpenter 3 yes yes yes
Wallace Son W M Jan 18 87 13 S TN TN TN At Scho ol 10 yes yes yes
Carrie Daughter W F Jun 18 91 8 S TN TN TN At Scho ol 10 yes yes yes
Luverne Daughter W F Aug 18 98 1 S TN TN TN
Thompson, Virginia MoInLaw W F Oct 18 37 62 W 3 3 TN VA VA yes yes yes
Lasiter, John Boarder W M Apr 18 ?? ? S TN TN TN F arm Hand no no yes
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GIBSON COUNTY TENNESSEE - VITAL RECORDS- 1930 DEATH CERTIFICATES
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn+index+445374390512+F
18406 Emerson Etheridge HUTCHISON M W W farmi ng 8/26/1859 8/21/30 di st 21 TN cerebral apople xy James Martin Hutchis on TN Lizabeth Overa ll TN H.R.Turner Oak wood Dyer,TN
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According to Marguerite C. Harrison, E. E. Hutchison and Lura Thompson after marrying
moved in with her parents in the Dyer - Broad Street which presumably was built by Henry
Thompson. There is a deed (book 17, page 119, 5 March 1885) transferring a piece of
property for $840 from Henry Thompson et al. Investigate this to see if this has any
relationship to the Broad street property.

House is now at 247 W. Broad Street Dyer, and is owned by Joe Knox Jr. Sale record of this house and Mother's:
Owner Property Address Ctrl Grp Parcel SI Subdivision Lot Class Sale D ate
Map
KNOX JOE W & PATRICIA BROAD ST 247 061C B 005.00 000 R ES 01/01/1973
HARRISON MARGUERITE MRS BROAD ST 241 061C B 006.00 000 R ES //

[NI0043] Mrs. E. E. Hutchison Dies

Mrs. E. E. Hutchison died at
her home in West Dyer Thursday
June 2 at 11:45 after an illness of
several month's duration.

She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Thompson and
was born September 23, 1863 ---
57 years, 8 months, 9 days.

She was married to Emerson
Etheridge Hutchison April 8,
1880.

To this union were born six
children, one dying in infancy,
five surviving their mother,
Arthur, Laverne, Wallace, Mrs.
C. C. Kennedy, and Mrs. A. N.
Carnes.

The funeral services were con-
ducted by Rev. Wrather asisted
by Rev. Banks, Thomas, and Rev.
Love of Arlington, Ky.

The remains were laid to rest
in Oakwood Cemetery Friday
afternoon.

Unknown Newspaper clipping found in Photo Album of Laverne Hutchison Turne r.
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We wish to express our sincere
appreciation to our friends and
neighbors for their kind assist-
ance during the sickness of our
wife and mother. We will al-
ways remember any act of kind-
ness shown us in these sad hours.

E. E. Hutchison
Laverne Hutchison
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hutchison
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hutchison
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Carne

Unknown Newspaper clipping found in Photo Album of Laverne Hutchison Turne r.
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[NI0045] Obituary from The Jackson Sun, July 28, 1957:

A. M. Hutchinson (sic) Rites to Be Today

DYER, Tenn. -- Services for Arthur M. Hutchinson (sic), who died at 8: 30 a. m. Saturday at Webb-Williamson Hospital in Jackson, will be he ld at 4 p. m. today at the Methodist Church here. Burial in Oakwood cemete ry with Baird Brothers Funeral Directors in Charge.

Mr. Hutchinson (sic), who would have been 77 on Aug. 29, had been in ill h ealth for several years. Death followed an operation Friday.

He was born in Dyer and lived here all his life with the exception of thr ee years he lived in Bradford. He was a lumberman, operating sawmills at D yer and Bradford. He retired in 1942 due to ill health.

He was married to the former Katherine Pierce in 1914. She survive s. He is also survived by a daughter, Miss Helen Hutchinson, who is home e conomics teacher in Bells High School; two sisters, Mrs. Virgie Kenne dy of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Howard Turner of Dyer.

He was a member of the Methodist Church here.
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Obituary (Source paper not known, but from the type appears to be Memph is Commercial Appeal):

Arthur M. Hutchison
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Services are Conducted for Dyer Resident

DYER, Tenn., July 28. -- Arthur Marvin Hutchison, a retired lumber deale r, died after a heart attack Saturday morning at Webb-Williamson Hospit al in Jackson, Tenn. He had undergone surgery Friday morning. He was 76.

Services were at 4 Sunday afternoon in First methodist Church. The Rev. En nis C. Thurmond of Memphis officiated. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery wi th Baird Brothers Funeral Home in Charge.

Mr. Hutchison was a lifelong resident of Dyer. He had been associated wi th his father, the late E. E. Hutchison, in the lumber business for sever al years and had operated his own business for 35 years. He retired 15 yea rs ago because of illness. He was married to the former Mrs. Kate Pear ce of Dyer in 1914.

He also leaves a daughter, Miss Helen Hutchison of Bells, and two sister s, Mrs. Laverne Turner of Dyer and Mrs. Virgie Kennedy of St. Louis, Mo.
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From the Jackson Sun:

Funeral at Dyer is Attended by Out-of-Town Groups

By MRS. H. D. FESMIRE
Sun Correspondent

DYER, Tenn. -- Out-of-town friends and relatives attending the funeral a nd visiting in the home of Arthur M. Hutchison Sunday were:

Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Neely, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neeley, Mr. and Mrs. Denv er Fike, Mr. and Mrs L. B. Breshaire and Rev. J. L. Sennett of Caruthersvi lle, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Parker, Coffeeyille, Miss.; Will Kinton, Tren ton;

Hiram Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams, Miss Juanita Taylor, Mrs. Ta ylor Collins, Mrs. Bess Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Tatum Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ba sil Crider, Donna and Jerry, Mrs. Ralls Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Mile s, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jackson, Otha Pitner, Mrs. Ray Pearson, Mrs. J. O. T ankersley and Julia, Mrs. Mark Luttrell and Mrs. E. C. Grubbs and Bec ky of Bells;

Mrs. David Graham, Clinton, Ky.; Mrs. Ruth Carne, David and Nancy of Dyers burg; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cole, Trenton; Mrs. Opie Pope and Anne, Mr. and M rs. Bryon Baker and Chryl and Mrs. Volla Thompson of Yorkville;

Jim Killen of Milan; Mrs Mattie Lesher of Chicago; Miss Katherine Bruchera nt of Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Johnson and Mr. and Mrs Loy Long and L oyce Ann of Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clampitt, Tupelo, Miss.;

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pierce and Bill of Union Cit y; Rev. E. C. Thurmon and Bill of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Rice Pearce, Mr. a nd Mrs. Alf Halliburton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dozier, Neboville.
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[NI0046] Uncle Wallace when asked what the "C." in his name was always joked th at it was "Corn" making him "Corn Wallace". His actual name was Charles Wa llace, as noted on his son's grave marker, "Charles Wallace Hutchison, Jr ." AKA Dutch.

[NI0047] 1-14-1978

Mrs. Mary Hutchison

DYER - Services for Mrs. Mary Hutchison, 88, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesd ay at the Karnes Funeral Home with the Rev. Merle Thomas officiating. Buri al will be in the Oakwood Cemetery.

Mrs Hutchison died Monday at the NHE nursing home, apparently after a stro ke. She was a member of the Dyer United Methodist Church.

She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. W. L. Clampitt and Mrs. Loy Lon g, both of Jackson, and Miss Catherine Hutchison of Dyer; a brothe r, C. S. Winstead of Memphis; a sister, Lorena Roberst of Miami, Fla.; sev en grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

[NI0048] Uncle Wallace used to joke that the C in his name (C.Wallace Hutchison) st ood for "Corn" making him "Corn Wallace"

[NI0050] At the outbreak of the Civil War he joined the First West Tennessee Battal ion, which was organized at Trenton on June 22, 1861 and consisted of sev en companies . He was made 1st lieutenant of Company D. At Columbus , Kent ucky it was reorganized as the 55th Tennessee Infantry and he was made 2 nd lieutenant of Company D . He was captured at Island No . 10, April 8, 1 862. The Muster Roll of Company D , that Regiment for March 1, to Octob er 3, 1862 shows him "Escaped after Captured", and the Company Muster Ro ll dated October 20, 1863, last on file, shows him "Made his escape from I sland No . 10, April 8, 1862, gone home". He served with Gen. Nathan Bedfo rd Forest during part of the war , probably after he made his escape fr om Island No . 10 .

James Martin Hutchison and descendents by Fount Mosby Hutchison, Jr.
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From Goodspeed's Inhabitants of West Tennessee:

James M. Hutchison was born in Rutherford County, Tennessee, August 26, 18 30, and his early days were spent on a farm and in learning the tanner's t rade. From 1850 to 1875 he farmed in Gibson County, and at the latter da te moved to Dyer, where he now resides, engaged in milling with J. L. Berr y. In 1877 he entered into his present business, and is now running a flo ur mill, cotton-gin and saw-mill. In 1849 he was united in matrimony to El izabeth Overall, daughter of Nace and Amelia H. (Davis) Overall, who we re born in Tennessee and Kentucky, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison be came the parents of seven sons and three daughters: Thomas P., Nace L., Al ice A. (deceased), Ada M., Jesse E., Emerson E., James E., Alvin L., Fount ain M. and Vitilla (deceased). Mr. Hutchison and family are members of t he Methodist Episcopal Church South, and he is of English descent and a De mocrat in politics. His parents, Thomas and Harriett (Dill) Hutchison, we re born in North Carolina.

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1860 Federal Census Gibson County District #11

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB

6 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON James 30 M Farm er 5,400 2,000 Tenn X
REMARKS: 2 attended school
7 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON Elizabet h 28 F Tenn
8 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON Thos W. 7 M Tenn
9 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON Neal 5 M Tenn
10 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON Elihu 2 M Tenn
11 1578 1600 HUTCHINSON Emerson Ethan 2 /3 M Tenn
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Gibson County TN Federal Census 1870, Civil District No. 8
enumerated 26 August 1870 by B. F. Northcott pg. 374 a
P.O., Yorkville
Value of
House Property Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Col Profession Real Pers Place

203 Hutchenson, Jas 39 M W Farmer 2400 1200 TN
L. R. 38 F W Keeps house "
Thoms 19 M W At home "
Lue 15 F W " "
J. E. 12 M W " "
E. E. 10 M W " "
A. A. 8 M W " "
J. D. 4 M W " "
A. F. ? M W " "
A. L. 2 M W " "
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1880 Federal Census:
Census Place:Dyer Station, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 51 5B
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
James M. HUTCHISONSelfMMW49TN
Occ:Miller & MachinistFa: TNMo: TN
Elizabeth R. HUTCHISONWifeFMW47TN
Occ:Keep HouseFa: TNMo: VA
Nace L. HUTCHISONSonMWW25TN
Occ:Dry Goods ClerkFa: TNMo: TN
Jesse O. HUTCHISONSonMSW22TN
Occ:CarpenterFa: TNMo: TN
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At the residence of his son, A. L.
Hutchison, Sunday night, Nov. 24
1912. J. M. Hutchison aged 82.
Over 20 years ago the de-
ceased and family removed from
Tennessee to Mississippi, settling
in this vicinity. He was sucessful
in the truck business, retiring some
years ago to enjoy the sunset of
life in ease and quiet. Mr. Hutchi-
son was a gallant Confederate vet-
eran, having entered the army of
the South as a member of Company
E, 155th Tennessee Infantry. He
served with fidelity throughout the
long and bloody struggle and won
for himself the high esteem of his
comrades in arms. He died quiet-
ly and painlessly after a wast-
ing sickness, which sapped his vi-
tality. For many weeks the end
had been expected by his family,
but by dint of great willpower he
combatted the ravages of old age
yielding only when strength was
exhausted. He sinks into the grave
with esteem of all who knew him.
His manner and mode of life made
him many friends, who will bear in
fond rememberence the virtues he
possessed in such rich quantities.
To the surviving wife and chil-
dren, The Meteor expresses its con-
dolence, for the loss of one who for
many decades had been a faithful
husband and indulgent father.

From "The Meteor" - newspaper clipping found in Laverne Hutchison Turner 's photo album.
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CARD OF THANKS

We desire to extend our thanks to
those who were so kind and atten-
tive during the illness and death of
our husband and father and espec-
ially to those who brought floral
offerings we are grateful beyond
expression. Such evidences of
sympathy in our grief will be cher-
ished in unfading rememberence.

Mrs. J. M. Hutchison and children.
newspaper clipping found in Laverne Hutchison Turner's photo album.
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[NI0052] 1880 Federal Census:

Census Place:Yorkville, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 33 8C
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
T. P. HUTCHINSONSelfMMW29TN
Occ:FarmerFa: TNMo: TN
Louisa HUTCHINSONWifeFMW31TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: TNMo: TN
A. E. HUTCHINSONDauFSW9TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
F. V. HUTCHINSONDauFSW7TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
F. T. HUTCHINSONSonMSW5TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Elisabeth HUTCHINSONDauFSW3TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
William I. HUTCHINSONSonMSW2TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
Marvin HUTCHINSONSonMSW1TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
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[NI0059] Fountain Mosby Hutchison was elected Marshall of Crystal Springs in a sp ecial election in 1908, also by regular election in 1908. He was first ele cted mayor of Crystal Springs on October 5, 1915, and again in 1917, and 1 919, and 1921. He had the first moving picture house in Crystal Springs. W as in the grocery business from ..... and was manager of the Truck Growe rs Association for ....

[NI0061] From a 1998 Roots Web posting by Lynda Lindsey
(http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/HUTCHISON/1998-11/0910921166):

Thomas Hutchison

Thomas Hutchison, father of James Martin Hutchison
Was born in Tennessee (1850 census) Feb 1, 18007;died July 12, 1884. He wa s
married to Harriett Dill, Feb 7, 1828. She was born May 28, 1811, also in
Tennessee (1850 census); died July 4, 1888. They lived in Rutherford Count y
of a farm on Stone's River, near Murfresboro.

He moved to Gibson county TN soon after 1850 and settled on a farm four
miles north of Trenton, between Trenton and Dyer. He operated a farm, tan
yard and at the close of the Civil War owned a large number of slaves.

In May 1874 he and his family moved to Missouri, near Springfield, but
remained only for a few months, returning to TN in October 1875.

Thomas and Harriett (Dill) Hutchison were members of the Baptist Church an d
both are buried at Buck Snort Cemetery, Beach Grove, near Trenton.

Their children were James Martin, Amanda, Jesse, Sarah, Jacob, John,
Clementine, Rececca, Mary, and Luvenia, David Jarrett and Thomas Robert .
Nine were born in Rutherford county and three in Gibson county.

Comment:
Thomas Hutchison had two brothers: James B and William M. and a sister,
Lucilla (Zella). Zella married Richard Floyd and they had two boys and a
girl. All lived in Rutherford county. One boy's name was, perhaps, Porter
Floyd. Papa spoke of a Porter Floyd who was related to grandpa and used to
come to their home. The girl's name was Jennie Floyd and she had red hair.

Also attached, to this typed article that my great aunt Ruth Hutchison had
typed, is the following:

Mr. E.E. Hutchison Was Useful Citizen..And above this is written: Dyer
Reporter August 28, 1930
Emerson Ethridge Hutchison 71, who died at his home here on August 21, 193 0.

At the bottom of the article, are listed his four surviving brothers,
Nace,Elihu, Fount of Crystal Springs, MS and Luther of Colorado Springs
Colorado.

If anyone would like a copy of this, I found it today among some of my
Hutchison genealogy that belonged to Ruth Hutchison, who was the sister of
my grandfather, Charlie Alexander Hutchison.

Lynda Hutchison Lindsey
Montgomery Alabama
Transcribing 1850 copiah county MS census for roots web.

The years teach us much the days never knew. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
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William Milliam's brother Thomas Hutchison (your line) also served in t he Civil War. He enlisted four companies of men for the 15th Tennessee Ca valry after enlisting in April 1863 at the age of 56 years. His associati on with Nathan Bedford Forrest is documented in a statement from Forre st to Thomas's commanding officer in April 1864. His sons and sons-in-l aw were already serving in the Confederate Army, and then the father join s. I always think of all the children and wives left behind and wonder h ow they survived. At least 75 descendants of John Hutchison, b. ca. 174 5. Thomas and William Milliam's grandfather, served during the Civil W ar - those are the ones I could identify and I'm sure there were many more .

Phyllis Winthurst, author of "The Hutchison Chronicles", internet correspo ndence March 2004
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Gibson County, Tennessee
1860 Slave Schedule 1860
District 11
Enumerated by W. R. Cox
Slave Owner # Age Sex ColoFugitiHousesDistriPage Commen ts
Hutchinson, Thomas 1 38 M B 11 499
2 37 M B 11 499
3 35 F B 11 499
4 33 F B 11 499
5 28 M B 11 499
6 19 M B 11 499
719 M B 11 499
8 16 F B 11 499
9 16 F B 11 499
10 12 M B 11 499
11 12 M M 11 499
12 7 M B 11 499
13 7 M B 11 499
14 7 F M 11 499
15 6 F B 11 499
16 5 F B 11 499
17 4 M B 11 499
18 2 M B 11 499
19 1 M B 11 499
206 month M B 5 11 499
From GIBSON COUNTY TN - CENSUS - 1860 Slave Schedule Districts No. 11 - 21
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/slaves/1860/1860-slaves11-21.txt
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1870 > Tennessee > GIBSON > TRENTON P O Series: M593 R oll: 1528 Page: 350

HUTCHISON THOMAS 64 M W TN TN GIBSON TRENTON P O 1870

Line 39, 517/417
Hutchison, Thomas 64 m w farmer 4940 2000
Harriet 59 f w keeps house
----------------------------------------------------------------------- -- page break
Hutchison, John 31 m w farms TN
Davidid 17 m w at school TN
Thomas 14 m w at school TN
Mary 22 f w at home TN
Lavenia 19 f w at home TN
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1880 Federal Census:

Census Place:Dyer Station, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 51 5B
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Thomas HUTCHISONSelfMMW74TN
Occ:FarmerFa: NOT KNOWNMo: IRE
Hariette HUTCHISONWifeFMW60TN
Occ:Keep HouseFa: TNMo: TN
John HUTCHISONSonMSW40TN
Occ:Farm LaborFa: TNMo: TN
Thomas R. HUTCHISONSonMSW24TN
Occ:EngineerFa: TNMo: TN
Thomas Cora HUTCHISONDauFSW13TN
Occ:House KeeperFa: TNMo: TN
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[NI0063] Nace Overall, son of Nathaniel and Annie Thomas Overall, was born in David son County, Tennessee in 1786. He was a Methodist preacher and married Ame lia H. Davis in Davis County Kentucky. In 1818 moved to Rutherford Coun ty Tennessee where their three sons and four daughters were born. vis -
Baxter D . ;
Lee Ann;
Nathaniel W.;
Robert A . ;
Mary Francis ;
Elizabeth; and
Vitula

From "The Overall Family"
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[NI0065] From Goodspeed:

Nathaniel W. Overall is a son of Nase and Amelia H. (Davis) Overall, and w as born in 1823. He resided on a farm with his parents until twenty-one ye ars of age, and at the age of twenty-two became a traveling minister in t he Methodist Episcopal Church for nine years. In 1856 he located on his fa rm. In 1847 he was united in marriage to Martha A. Kelley, daught er of C. T. and Nancy (Wilkins) Kelley. She was born in this State in 182 8, and became the mother of eleven children, four of whom are dead, Her de ath occurred September 5, 1871. December 24, 1872, Mr. Overall was unit ed in marriage to Malvina E. McKenzie, daughter of Jeremiah H. and Anna (G antt) McKenzie. She is a Tennessean, born in 1829. Mr. Overall's farm cons ists of 155 acres of well improved land on which he raises corn, cotton a nd small grain. His wife is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church Sou th, and he has taken one degree in Masonry. He has always been a stanch De mocrat in politics. His father and mother were born in Tennessee and Kentu cky respectively. The father was a farmer and was for many years a local p reacher in the Methodist Church. He died in 1862, and his wife in 1876. Th eir family consisted of eight children.

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GIBSON COUNTY, TN - Census - 1860 Census District No. 8 http://www.rootsw eb.com/~tngibson/census/1860/1860-dist8.txt
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Transcribed by Randy Martin
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CENSUS YR: 1860 STATE: TN COUNTY: Gibson District 8 PAGE NO: 027 5a
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
================================================================================================================ 4 1079 1094 Overa ll N. W. 37 M W Minister & Far 4,300 3,600
5 1079 1094 Overall M. A. 23 F
6 1079 1094 Overall A. H. 11 F
7 1079 1094 Overall Franklin 9 M
8 1079 1094 Overall Lou 16 F
9 1079 1094 Overall David 4 M
10 1079 1094 Overall Ora 2 F
11 1079 1094 Overall Malvina 2/3 F
12 1080 1095 Overall N? 73 M W F. & M. 2,100 7,000 Tenn
13 1080 1095 Overall Emly H. 56 F Ky
(Note that Nathaniel's parents Nace and Amelia/Emly are living with h im in 1860
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1880 US Census:
Census Place:Yorkville, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 34 1A
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
N. W. OVERALLSelfMMW57TN
Occ:FarmerFa: TNMo: KY
M. E. OVERALLWifeFMW51TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: GAMo: MD
Lou OVERALLDauFSW25TN
Occ:At HomeFa: TNMo: TN
Melvin OVERALLSonMSW20TN
Occ:LaborerFa: TNMo: TN
Della OVERALLDauFSW16TN
Occ:At HomeFa: TNMo: TN
Mattie OVERALLDauFSW18TN
Occ:At HomeFa: TNMo: TN
Walter OVERALLSonMSW12TN
Occ:LaborerFa: TNMo: TN
John OVERALLSonMSW10TN
Fa: TNMo: TN
W. H. HOLMESOtherMWW61TN
Occ:FarmerFa: NCMo: GA
Lem LUCASOtherMSW31TN
Occ:LaborerFa: TNMo: TN
Jo THOMPSONOtherMMB18TN
Occ:LaborerFa: TNMo: TN
Dunna THOMPSONOtherFMB17TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: TNMo: TN
David OVERALLOtherMSMU26TN
Occ:LaborerFa: TNMo: VA
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[NI0068] Obituary (Found in the effects of Helen Hutchison Henderson)

TURNER - Howard R. Turner, 59, of 9060 Warwickshire Road, died May 2, 198 8, after a brief illness. A native of Dyer, Tn., he had resided in Jackson ville for the past 17 years. He was the Vice-President of Ranger Transport ation Company, with 33 years service. He was a Veteran of the U.S. Armydur ing WW II. Survivors include his wife, Faye Turner; son, Kyle J. Turner ,; 3 stepchildren, Belynda, Melvin and John Tharpe. funeral Services wi ll be held at 2 p.m. Thursdayin the San Jose Churh of Christ, of whi ch he was a member, with Eddie Couch and Van Robarts officiating. Interme nt is Oaklawn Cemetery. The Family requests Memorials to the Scholarship F und in Memory of Howard R. Turner, in care of Ranger Transportation Compan y, 7960 Arlington Expressway, jacksonville, Fla. 32211. Active Pallbeare rs will be Fred Bostick, Walt Hensley, jim Merritt, Jack Martin, Rex Oliv er and Leg Johnson. Honorary Pallbearers will be the Executive Staff of Ra nger Transportation Company, Bill Tickel, Jim McManus, Terry McDorman, To ny Dain, Al Bagorsky, Sherrie Irish, Jack Tittle, Glen Parrish, Norris McK nabb, Claude Locke, Bruce Wright, Frank Saladino, Jamie Rorbach, Ben Ree d, LeRoy Swope, Jim Ferris and Norm Evans. The family will receive frien ds from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Wednesday (today) at the HARDAGE - GIDDENS GUA RDIAN CHAPEL, 4115 Hendricks Avenue.
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[NI0070] As reported in The Jackson Sun: 01/07/2002

Helen Henderson, 85, BELLS
Services for Helen Henderson, 85, will be at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, Jan. 8, 20 02 at Bells Funeral Home. Burial in Belleview Cemetery. Ms. Henderson, Tea cher/Dept. of Education Supervisor, died Sunday at Milan General Hospita l. Preceded in death by her husband, Hiram Henderson. Memorials may be ma de to the First Methodist Church of Bells. Bells Funeral Home 731-772-15 51
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[NI0071] Katherine never married.

[NI0073] [HarrisonDes.FTW]

I have never seen a middle name for Carolyn.[HarrisonTW.FTW]

Carolyn's tombstone reads " Devoted Wife, Mother, Sister and Friend "
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According to her son, Gene, he gave her the nickname of "Jake". There w as a real "country" character who used to come into their hardware sto re in Sharon, and Carolyn would wait on him. Apparently he was something l ike some of the dumber characters in "Mayberry", and Gene would stand behi nd him and make faces and gestures to crack his mother up. As the fellow w as named Jake, Gene took to calling his mother Jake. According to him, th ey put "Jake" on her tombstone. J.W.H. 12/12/2002
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[NI0081] [HarrisonDes.FTW]

It is difficult to know how to spell her name. She is listed as "Pairle e" in the 1880 Weakley County census. The Weakley County marriage index l ists her as "Paralee" as does her marriage license. Her tombstone inscrip tion however reads "Parilee".

"Parilee" is enumerated in the 1860 Weakley County Census in District 9, h ousehold 297 along with the rest of James Womble's children. The eldest s on, Thomas 23, is shown as head of household. The other children are:
Womble, Jefferson/22
Womble, Zephaniah/20
Womble, Virginia/15
Womble, Saphrona/13
Womble, Parilee/11*
All were born in Tennessee.
*The census above lists Parilee as eleven in 1860, i.e., born about 184 9, yet the date I have for her birth is 12 September 1845.

Her tombstone lists the date of birth as Sep 12, 1848

[NI0082] [HarrisonTW.FTW] Calvin was a Carpenter.
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From Jane Harrison: On Dec 28th,1852 Baker Harrison
deeded property in the 11th district to Calvin M. Harrison
in consideration of the natural love & affection which probably
means that Calvin was a son. Deed Book P Page 293 Gibson
County TN.

Also a deed Book Q Page 421 Gibson County where C.M. Harrison
deeded H.M.Brian(Bryan) a female which is the same property.

Jane also has copy of a marriage license to
J.A.T.Ford, 7 Sept 1866. This is apparently another C. M. Harrison
who lived near Eaton.

On 4 May 1872 J.C.WcWhirter sold land to C.M.Harrison in Dist
23. Deed Book 3 Page 726 Gibson County C.M. Harrison of Eaton)

Deed Book 9 Page 400-401 C. M. Harrison & wife Julia T. sold the
land to J. W. Swink on 24 Aug 1878 C.M. Harrison of Eaton)


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From http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_11.txt JWH 9/ 23/2001
Gibson County TN Census 1850, Civil District No. 11
House Value of Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Color Profession Real Estate Locati on
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2379 C. MCHARRISON 23 M . Farmer . NC
Mary MCHARRISON 20 F . . . TN
Elizabeth MCHARRISON 4 F . . . TN
John MCHARRISON 2 M . . . TN
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But also, from http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/tn/gibson/1850/pg0290a.tx t
41 2379 - Harrison C. M. 23 M Farm er NC
42 2379 - Harrison Mary 20 F Tenn

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: TN COUNTY: Gibson DIVISION: District #11 REEL NO: M432-878 PAGE NO: 296a
REFERENCE: Enumerated on the 27th day of Dec. 1850 by J. Richardson
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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCU P. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 2379 - Harrison Elizabeth 4 F Tenn
REMARKS: Handwritten page #591
2 2379 - Harrison John 2 M Tenn

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(Different C.M. Harrison!)
1870 Federal Census Obion Co., TN see http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tn /obion/census/1870/0154a.gif
Troy Station: Third line (83/83) Could be the Family of Calvin, but lists
a "Jim B. ??? Harrison" as a Farm Laborer
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Also see http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tn/obion/census/1870/0156b.gif
for Mt. Pelia: Near bottom, (117/117) Looks like a John B. Harrison, age 7 0,
Wife Obeli....?? age 63, but also
lists a Kingston, John age 14/19?
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Apparently ANOTHER Calvin Harrison
1880 Federal Census: (see http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tn/obion/censu s/1880/110-10.gif)
8th civil district (S.E. corner of county) household 99
This would seem to indicate that this Calvin was married
later to Sarah Kingston (Step son John Kingston is 18)

Census Place:Kenton Station, Obion, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255273 National Archives Film T9-1273 Page 12 0B
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Calvin HARRISONSelfMMW45NC
Occ:FarmerFa: NCMo: NC
Sarah HARRISONWifeFMW40TN
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: TNMo: TN
James HARRISONSonMSW13TN
Occ:Works On FarmFa: NCMo: TN
Robt. HARRISONSonMSW8TN
Occ:At HomeFa: NCMo: TN
Edgar HARRISONSonMSW1TN
Occ:At HomeFa: NCMo: TN
John KINGSTONSSonMW18TN
Occ:Work On FarmFa: TNMo: TN
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C.M. Harrison sold land that was registered in Gibson Co on March 17, 1854.
Also, John Renfro sold property that was also registered March 17, 1854.

It would appear that they left for Ark. that spring. We have copies of
land grants being issued to Calvin M. Harrison in Columbia Co. Ark. on Mar.
01, 1855 and another parcel May 01, 1856. Columbia Co. is in the area
Hempstead Co. (Hempstead may have been a spin-off of the original
Columbia Co.)

Could Mary A. E. have also died on the way out to Ark. of the fever also ??
If so, did Calvin remarry some where in Ark?? The 1860 Monroe Co. cens
that we have lists his spouse as Mary E. age 20 b. in Ark. Calvin is
listed at age 33 b. in N.C. (assuming this is our Calvin) son John is
listed as age 9 and a daughter Emily at age 11. An Elisah Harrison at age
25 b. N.C. also living in the household, Calvin's younger brother? Both
children's ages as listed would be off a couple years. And would Elizabeth
now be called Emily???

William G. Harrison 9 Apr 2002 email
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The two land grants to Calvin M. Harrison in Columbia county are located
5 miles North of Magnolia, AR and directly on the western outskirts of
McNeil, AR., the Eastern half and Southwestern quarter of township 13
amounting to 120 acres.

JWH June 2003
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Monroe Co. 1860 census , Ark Census, Cache Twp, p.786
197 197 Calvin M. Harrison M 33 Carpenter 250 N.C.
Mary E. Harrison F 20(sic) Ark.
Emily Harrison F 11 Tenn
John Harrison M 9 Tenn
Elijah Harrison M 25 Farmer N.C.
(Above courtesy of Bob Wilson)
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Hempstead County, AR Marriages - Groom Index
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/hempstead/vitals/marriages/hemgroom.txt
HARRISON, C. M., of Columbia Co., to Mary Elizabeth Bittock; 17 Mar. 1856 by Aaron
Burleson, JP.
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From http://www.showmethebitticks.com/html-r/nti/nti00502.htm contact: smtb1759@yahoo.com

Mary Elizabeth Bittock and C. M. Harrison, of Columbia County, were married on 17 February 1856 in Hempstead Co, Arkansas by Aaron Burleson, JP. [Hempstead Co, Arkansas Marriage Book A, p241, courtesy of Dorothy Miller]

Mary E. (Bittick) Harrison is mentioned in the following letters as the widowed sister of Christoper Columbus Bittick [See Other Documents: Christopher Columbus Bittick--Documents Regarding Exemption from Military Service] Christopher Columbus Bittick's induction was preceded by these documents:

[not dated, before 28 June 1862]
Graves PO
Hempstead County, Ark
Col B. F. Danly & Gen Tho. C. Handman:
Dear Sirs:
your petitioner, Columbus Bitticks would represent. that he is between the age of 18 & 35 subject to Conscription, & that he has two Brothers in the Confederate Army. That he has two aged & decrepit parents & a widowed sister [Mary E. Harrison] & family to provide for. (All poor) That he is engaged in tilling the soil. That he would have volunteered long since had it not been for the duty that he considered devolved upon him to provide for his aged parents. That he dislikes to go as a Conscript, & pledges himself that should one or both of his brothers return, (one of whom has a dependent family) that he will report himself too the enrolling officer or volunteer if necessary.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, Witness my hand and ____seal S.C. Sendor ?, Clerk, Hempstead County Court Ark.
Signed: C. C. Bittick

[not dated, before 28 June 1862]
We the undersigned neighbors & acquaintances of Columbus Bitticks, know the above statements to be correct & pray that his petition be granted & be exempted from military duty. (Signed)
Jesee Sewell
Stephanas Wallace
J.R. Duckett
Thomas Ferrell
D____
______
John W. Willis
Thomas Burns
Jeff Stone
Wm. Ridgeway
M.W. McGill
J.P. Stepyens
I believe the contents to be correct, David Black, A.B. Williams

Office Provost Marshal
Little Rock [Arkansas]
June 28th 1862
Special Order:
It is hereby ordered that the within named C. C. Bittis be exempt from the duties of a soldier under the Conscript Law, owing to the helpless and dependent condition of his two aged parents, a widowed sister [Mary E. Harrison] and family for whom he is providing, and that he has two brothers in the Confederate service, constituting his case a meritorious ___ and one that the Chf. Provost Marshal feels he is authorized in so exempting on the score of humanity. (Provided?) the said C.C. Bittick continue to maintain the the persons as dependent upon him.
By order of Col. B.F. Danley, Chf. Prov. Mar. Dist Ark
per D. F Shall, Maj. Asst P. M.
[Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives, Washington, AR 71862, courtesy of Dorothy Miller)

Confederate States of America
Company D, Hardy's Arkansas Infantry Regiment:
Bittick, Columbus C., Pvt.
Enlisted: 10 Apr 1863 at Washington, Arkansas
*Co F, 24th AR Inf
******
Did Mary (Bittick) Harrison second marry William Burlison on 20 November 1868 in Hempstead Co, Arkansas? Unable to locate either of them in 1870 census records.
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From http://www.showmethebitticks.com/html-r/fam/fam00144.htm
Husband: Calvin M. Harrison
Born: ABT 1827 at: North Carolina
Married: 17 FEB 1856 at: Hempstead Co, Arkansas
Died: 28 JUN 1862 at:
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses: Mary A. Renfro
NOTES Wife: Mary Elizabeth Bittick
Born: 5 JUL 1843 at: Billstown, Pike Co, Arkansas
Died: at:
Father:Robert Bittick
Mother:Cintha A. [--?--]
Other Spouses:
NOTES
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Columbia County, AR Land Records Pre 1908
ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/columbia/land/columbia.txt
HARRISON CALVIN M 13 16S 21W 40 1855/03/01
HARRISON CALVIN M 13 16S 21W 80 1856/05/01

[NI0084] Woodman of the World Monument. Bill Witherspoon 4/8/2002
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[NI0091] "Daddy's sisters Della and Flora both lived in McKenzie, Tenn. Hewas a vet eran railroad man and had a permanent pass to rice anytime, anywhere on t he system. He visited them one afternoon a week until they died., He somet imes took me along. Della was widowed and ill and bedridden from the ti me I knew her. She had 2 sons, "U.L." a teenager and "Harrison" -- early 2 0's, I think--and maybe a daughter, whose name I can't recall--if she di d. When she died, U L came to live with us for a few years--later we nt to Chicago and later to Mansfield, Ohio where we lost track of him.

Harrison lived in Martin for a while--then disappeared--I never heard anym ore of him.

18 July 1997 Correspondence from Dr. James W. Harrison to William G. Harri son
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[NI0096] Email address wharris@innet.com

Posted the following query on Weakley County Board in 1997:

HARRISON, WARD, GLASSCOCK, WOMBLE, ARGO, SIMMONS, SWINNEY, RUMMAGE, WOODSO N, BAILEY, HARKEY
Need information on John Baker HARRISON, have been unable to determine w ho his parents were. According to Weakley Co. 1880 census info John Bak er HARRISON was born in TN and both his parents are listed as born in N C. John Baker Harrison was born 12/25/1848, died 8/12/1900 and is buri ed in Hillis Cementery in Greenfield, TN. John Baker's sisters were: Emm a, who married Mose WARD and Lou, who married Presley GLASSCOCK. John Bak er is believed to have a half-brother , Calvin M who was born in Arkansa s, became a physician and lived in Cooper, Texas and had a son, Wilford Ha rrison who worked for the B.F. Goodrich Co. in Dallas. John Baker marri ed Sofronia WOMBLE on 1/17/1872 in I believe Weakley Co. The following ye ar he married Parlee WOMBLE on 12/25/1883. Parlee was born 9/12/1848 and d ied 10/24/1901, she also is buried at Hillis Cementery. Their childern wer e: Nacy J, Flora B (who married Ernst ARGO), Katie B (married S.W. SIMMONS ), Della (married Henry SWINNEY), James C (my Grandfather, who married Ka te RUMMAGE) and Zephania Henry WOODSON (Woody) who married Georgia BAILE Y, they had a daughter Carolyn (Harrison) HARKEY. James C, had two son' s, Lofton Hollis (my Father) and Russel. Can't go any father on family tr ee unless I can trace at least the father of John Baker.
William Harrison Mon Jun 16 06:14:11 1997

[NI0101] [HarrisonTW.FTW]

Amanda's tombstone reads " Mother " erected by Mrs. E. M. Townsend and Mr s. N. L. Baird.

[NI0105] From Goodspeed:

Franklin A. Overall, M. D., was born in Rutherford County, Tenn., June 1 3, 1852; son of Rev. Nathaniel W. and Martha A. Overall, natives of Tennes see. Our subject was brought to Gibson County when small, and was here rea red on a farm. He attended the common schools and in 1870 began the stu dy of medicine with Dr. E. R. Vaughn, and in 1873 entered the medical depa rtment of the University of Nashville, and is a graduate from it, and t he Vanderbilt Medical College. Since 1875 he has resided in this vicini ty and has been prosperous both professionally and financially. In 18 76 he was married to Ada A. McKenzie, who died in 1882, leaving two childr en: Walter V. and Millie F. Dr. Overall took for his second wife Emmo ry C. Maxwell, and one child has blessed their union - Mary M. Dr. Overa ll is a Democrat and has been secretary and treasurer of the Gibson Coun ty Medical Society since its organization.

[NI0111] In Antioch Cemetery, buried next to M. E. Overall, are:

McKENZIE, Ann S.
Apr. 22, 1807
Dec. 2, 1867
"Wife of J. M."

OVERALL, Ada A.
Mar. 20, 1882
"Dau. of J. M. McKenzie" "Aged 25 years"

GANT, M. L.
Aug. 3, 1894
"Dau. of J. M. & A. S. McKenzie"
"A mother to Orphans"
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/cemeteries/antioch_2.htm
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[NI0114] John T. Rone

John T. Rone is one of the children of John and Ann (Fry) Ron e, and was born in 1842. His parents were natives of North Carolina and ca me to Tennessee when quite young. They followed farming for a livelihoo d, and to them were born six children, of whom John T. is the only one n ow living. In 1859 the father moved to Arkansas, where be remained until h is death in 1865. He died of wounds received from Federal soldiers. His wi fe died in 1852. The father took for his second wife Widow Palmer, who di ed in 1864. John T. was reared as a farmer, and went with his father to Ar kansas. In May, 1861, he enlisted in the Confederate service, and thus con tinued honorably until the close of the war. At Kenesaw, Ga., he was sligh tly wounded, but returned to duty at once. He was orderly sergeant and nev er missed a roll-call. At the close of the war he resumed farming in th is county, and has continued thus until the present. January 6, 1867, he w as united in marriage with Jennie, daughter of William and Martha Blackmo n. This lady was born in this county in 1842, and has presented her husba nd with four children - one son and three daughters. The son died in 186 8, aged two years. Both parents are members of the Methodist Episcopal Chu rch. He is a Democrat, a Mason, a Knight of the Golden Rule, and is the pr esiding officer of Wheeler's Lodge, No. 226. Since 1876 Mr. Rone has be en justice of the peace. He has a good farm of 400 acres.

[NI0125] 1880 Census:

Martha A. HARRISONWifeFMW38TN.
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: ---Mo: ---
Harriet OHAVERSDauFSW18TN.
Occ:At HomeFa: ---Mo: TN.
Iosa OHAVERSSonMSW3TN.
Fa: ---Mo: TN.

The presence of two step children named OHAVER (Craver?) would indicate that Martha had been previously married? Large discrepency in their ages! Wi th Harrison Children in the house of age 18, it would seem a second marria ge for both?
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Marriage Certificate dated 24 March 1880 lists wife as "M. A. Ohower" as best I can make it out. Signed by Lloyd Richardson, M.G.
J.W.H 20031213
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Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 22:33:18 -0800
From: Doug Nowlin
To: TNWEAKLE-L@rootsweb.com
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Subject: [TnWeakle] Who I am
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Well, I'm NOT Sam I am!
I'm Doug Nowlin aka Raymond Douglas Nowlin Jr. My dad, Raymond from
Sharon, and my mother, Madge Harrison from Martin, eloped to Obion
County to be married. I came along shortly and was born (2-10-30) at
416 Main Street in Martin.
Our family lived in Dyersburg where my dad was manager of a Western
Union office, right around the corner from Jacobi's drugstore. Leslie
Moore on our list used to date Mr. Jacobi's son.
When I was through the third grade we suddenly moved to Paducah KY, and
two years later we moved to Lansing MI where almost everyone seemed to
be from Weakley County!
I finished high school there and went into the Navy at nineteen and
toured the scenic sites of Guam and the war in Korea. When I returned
everyone said "Gee, where have you been?" I went to MI State for a
couple of years and decided to go back to CA where I had been while in
the Navy.
I finished college, Industrial Design, and then went back a few years
later for a Master's in Education and taught college for a while. Had
to go to work to make a living for my new wife Kaaren and I so it was
back into aerospace. I retired as Senior Project Engineering Manager on
the B-1B bomber program at Rockwell, now Boeing. Funny career for an
art major, huh?
We have a daughter Kristen who is married and we have a grand daughter
almost one year old. We also have a nineteen year old son Scott still
at home.
Genealogy came late in my life, several years ago. I guess it makes no
real difference when you start, as long as you start. Right?
I'm interested in the following families: BAILEY, BOWDEN, CLAYTON,
FONVILLE, GLASS, HARRISON, MARTIN, NOWLIN and TOWNSEND.
Doug
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[NI0143] Served in WW 1 as a Sgt. in the US Army. Bill Witherspoon 4/8/2002
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[NI0148] Davidson County NC was formed from Rowan county NC in 1822. See http://www .rootsweb.com/~nccatawb/countyfm.htm and the two counties, Rowan (http://w ww.rootsweb.com/~ncrowan/) and Davidson (http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncdavids /). Some data mistakenly refer to Roman county rather than Rowan county.

JWH 5-Oct-2000

The 1850 Census lists the name as "Parker" Harrison. Transcription error?[ HarrisonTW.FTW]
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1850 Census from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_11 .txt JWH 9/23/2001

House Value of Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Color Profession Real Estate Locati on
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2359 Parker HARRISON 45 M . Farmer 2000 NC
Nancy HARRISON 44 F . . . NC
Julia HARRISON 19 F . . . NC
Daniel HARRISON 17 M . . . NC
Elisha HARRISON 15 m . . . NC
Rebecca HARRISON 11 F . . . TN
Jessee HARRISON 8 M . . . TN
Lorenzo HARRISON 7 M . . . TN
Marinda HARRISON 4 F . . . TN
Oliver HARRISON 2 M . . . TN
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Baker's tombstone reads 57 years 9 months 8 days. His epitaph reads " There is Rest in Heaven."

[NI0149] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenw eb/nc/davidson/vitals/marrh.txt)

Submitted to the USGenWeb Archives by Susan Smith
PWRS35A@prodigy.com


Index of Marriages
Davidson County Courthouse
Register of Deeds
Transcribed by Susan S. Smith


GROOM BRIDE
NAME and RESIDENCE NAME and RESIDENCE AGE LICENSE ISSUED
SURNAME GIVEN NAME SURNAME GIVEN NAME MAN DATE OF MARRIAG E
RESIDENCE RESIDENCE WOMAN MO DAY YEAR
___________________________________________________________________________
Harrison Baker Daniel Hanley 8 27 1826
Davidson Co Davidson Co ? ? ?

[NI0151] http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/cemeteries/salem-index.txt
Gibson County, Tennessee, Index to "Salem Baptist Church 150 Years of
History" 1847-1997. Author Mike Fairless. Published by Rose Publishing
Company, PO box 806, Humboldt, Tennessee 38343 phone (901)784-8632

Church Records: Salem Baptist Church, Gibson County, Tennessee

Last Name First Name Page(s) Year (if known)
Harrison Grant 95 1912
Harrison Z.G. 80 1887[Harrison TW.FTW]

Zachariah was divorced or had abandoned his first wife Angeline Riley.

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From http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/fedl1850/dist_11.txt JWH 9/ 23/2001

Gibson County TN Census 1850, Civil District No. 11
House Value of Birth
Nbr. Names of Household Age Sex Color Profession Real Estate Locati on
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2377 Z. G. HARRISON 29 M . Farmer . NC
Angeline HARRISON 20 F . . . NC
Julia HARRISON 2 F . . . TN
Sarah HARRISON 6/12 F . . . TN
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1870 Federal Census District 9 Page 153 Dresden Post Office - W. B. F. G ibbs, Asst. Marshall - August 11th

153 151 151 HARRISON GRANT 41 M W MILLER R500 P4000 NC V
153 151 151 HARRISON ANGELINE 40 F W KEEPS HOUSE TN
153 151 151 HARRISON JULIANN 23 F W TN
153 151 151 HARRISON SARAH J 21 D W TN
153 151 151 HARRISON MARY E 18 F W TN
153 151 151 HARRISON GEORGE A 16 M W TN S
153 151 151 HARRISON MARGRET C 14 F W TN S
153 151 151 HARRISON GENERAL GRANT 12 M W TN S
153 151 151 HARRISON DANIEL W 6 M W TN
153 151 151 HARRISON LaFAYETT 10/12SEP M W TN

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnweakle/1870_page153.htm
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1880 Federal Census: Z. appears 8 yrs younger
Where was Grices???
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Census Place:Grices, Gibson, Tennessee
Source:FHL Film 1255255 National Archives Film T9-1255 Page 38 2A
RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace
Z. C. HARRISONSelfMMW52N. C.
Occ:FarmerFa: N. C.Mo: N. C.
Sarah E. HARRISONWifeFMW35N. C.
Occ:Keeping HouseFa: N. C.Mo: N. C.
Camel O. HARRISONSonMSW4TN.
Occ:At HomeFa: N. C.Mo: N. C.
Ortha HARRISONDauFSW1TN.
Fa: N. C.Mo: N. C.
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Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 19:01:31 -0500
From: "Jan & Shane Johnson"
To: TNWEAKLE-L@rootsweb.com
Message-ID: <01a201c0f852$ff9c1640$37c818d8@iswt.com>
Subject: [TnWeakle] G'field Funeral Home--HARRISON
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Date: July 31, 1909
Name of Deceased: Grant Harrison
Race:
Charge to: Woodsen & G G Harrison
Order given by: Tom Pentecost & Woodsen H.
How Secured:
Date of funeral: July 31
Residence: Woodsen Harrison
Place of Death:
Funeral services at: cemetery
Time of funeral services: 10 am
Clergyman: W W Armstrong
Certifying Physician: Dr. Faulk
His Residence: Greenfield
Cause of Death: dropsy
Date of Death: July 30
Occupation of Deceased: farmer
Single or Married:
Religion:
Aged: 80 years, 7 months
Size and style of casket or coffin: 6-3 Silver Grey
Manufactured by: Chattanooga
Outside box: 6-3
Number of Handles: 6
Interment at: Highland
Price of Casket or coffin: $40.00
Outlay for lot: 17.50
Opening grave: 2.50
Price of Robe:
Price of Burial Slippers & Hose:
Total footing of bill: $60
Pd. Oct 14, $60

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Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 23:36:42 EDT
From:
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I know there are a few researchers on the list who will be interested in o ne
of the entries I found while checking out the UTM records:

Weakley County Chancery Court Records
BOX 29
28. Angeline Harrison v. Z. G. Harrison 1877

I'm sure this will be their divorce record... I may have to order a copy
myself to see if my g-g-grandma is mentioned as the cause... LOL

Peg ;-D
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Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 22:28:18 -0600
From: Tony Woodrough
To: TNWEAKLE-L@rootsweb.com
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Subject: [TNWEAKLE] Harrison's
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Lucille,

My grandmother was Cora Harrison Brewer, her father was George Amos
Harrison and his father was Zachariah Grant Harrison. Below is a list of
Zachariah's childern. Zachariah is buried in Highland Cem., Greenfield,
TN., Angleline is buried in Hillis Cem. just west of Greenfield and
Sarah is buried in Salem Cem., Gibson Co.

Zachariah Harrison and Angleline Riley
Julia Elizabeth b. 1847 - Married - Moses F.. Ward
Sarah Jane b. 1850 - John Rufus Rachal
Mary Emaline b. 1853 - John Enoch Brock
George Amos b. 1856 - May Virginia Simpson
Margaret Catherine b. 1858 - William T. Pentecost
General Grant b. 1861- Mary Elizabeth Rogers
Daniel Woodson b. 1865 - America Rogers
William Lafayetta b. 1869 - Margaret Parlee Wainscott

Zachariah and Sarah LargenWatson
Kim ??
Martha ??
Orpha b. 1878 - Married -
Eugene C. b. 1880 - Sarah Elizabeth
?
Pearl b. ABT 1881 - Troutman
Ordal L. b. 1884
Ira b. 1885 - Clara ?
Ivy b. 1885


If you have any information about the Harrison family I would
appreciate whatever you have.

Tony
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From "Gibson County, Past and Present" by Fred Culp published 1961

pg 296: The Laneview School was built on land purchased in 1879 fr om Z. G. (Grant) Harrison, the original owner of the land around the villa ge of Laneview. The price paid was $20.00 for a "half acre, more or less ," and was deeded to the School Directors of the 11th District: W. H. Hast e, T. J. Callis and W. H. Laundnuris.
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[NI0154] 1860 Federal Census Gibson County TN District #11

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. RE AL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB
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1 1670 1693 HARRISON D W 27 M Farm er 1,250 600 NC X
REMARKS: 1 attended school
2 1670 1693 HARRISON Elizabet h 24 F Tenn
3 1670 1693 HARRISON Nancy 3 F Tenn
4 1670 1693 HARRISON Olen/Olem 12 M
5 1670 1693 HARRISON Nancy 7 F
6 1670 1693 HARRISON Louiza 9 F
7 1670 1693 HARRISON Wal?? 7 M


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