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[NI8676] June 2, 1906: Cubs acquire Cincinnati's Orval Overall, who goes 12-3 do wn stretch to lead Cubs to NL pennant. See http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NAS App/mlb/chc/history/timeline02.jsp

See http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/chc/stats_historical/chc_indivi dual_stats_player.jsp?playerID=120128 for Orval Overall Stats, 1905-1913

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From http://www.baseballhistorian.com/html/american_heroes.cfm?page=31#Orv al%20OverallChicago%20Cubs

Orval Overall Chicago Cubs
Pitcher Right-handed, Chicago Cubs 1906-1910 & 1913; Reds 1905
Traded to the Chicago Cubs in July of 1906, Orval Overall with his over-po wering fastball emerged as one of the best pitchers in the late 1900's. Th ough his career lasted only seven years, it was one of the best in basebal ls' history. Orval Overall's life-time 2.24 ERA is the eight best in maj or leagues' history.
In 1907, he went 23-8, ERA 1.70, and his eight shutouts tied Hall of Fame r, Christy Mathewson for the league lead.

In the 1907 World Series vs. the Tigers, he beat the Detroit team once a nd in the 1908 WS, he won two games including pitching a 3-hit shuto ut in the series final. Orval Overall recorded a 1.42 ERA in 1909, a 20- 11 record and led the NL with 9 shutouts and with 205 K's.

He developed a sore arm the next season and left baseball for 2 years retu rning only for the 1913 season but the arm injury re-occurred and he was f orced to retire before the year ended. Orval Overall stats: 106-71 recor d, 2.24 ERA in 1,532 innings.

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From http://www.baseballlibrary.com/baseballlibrary/ballplayers/O/Overall_ Orval.stm which also has a good picture:

Though Overall's career lasted just seven years, it was brilliant, as h is 2.24 lifetime ERA, eighth best in major league history, indicates. Trad ed to the Cubs in July 1906, after a year and a half in Cincinnati, Overa ll emerged as Chicago's top pitcher in 1907, going 23-8 (1.70) and tying C hristy Mathewson for the league lead with eight shutouts. In World Seri es competition, he beat the Tigers once in 1907 and twice in 1908 - includ ing a Series-clinching three-hit shutout in Game Five in which he struck o ut four men in an inning (the first inning), the only man to do so in WS h istory. Posting a 1.42 ERA in 1909, he went 20-11, and led the NL with ni ne shutouts and 205 strikeouts. He had a sore arm in 1910, and in his fin al WS start was knocked out after allowing the A's three runs in three inn ings. He retired for two years, then failed to crack the Cubs' excellent s taff when he attempted a comeback in 1913. (ARA)
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[NI8903] His obituary from the Christian Advocate, Thursday, January 16, 1902:

JOHN WESLEY RAMSEY, son of Jefferson Ramsey, was born in Gibson County, Te nn., October 7, 1840. He was a brother of Rev. Nat P. and William B. Ramse y, of the Memphis Conference. All three brothers are now gone to the bett er land. He was reared in a Christian home, where God and his Word were ho nored and loved. So, as might be expected, he gave his heart to God and w as converted in early life and joined the M. E. Church, South, in whi ch he lived a faithful and useful member to the end of his life.

He was married to Miss Victoria M. Heard, July 3, 1866, who, with seven ch ildren, one son and six daughters, still live to mourn the loss of a nob le husband and father. Brother Ramsey was a useful and popular citizen, se rving the large county of Gibson as Trustee quite a number of years. He w as a faithful and useful member of the Church, ready to do her bidding a nd support her institutions. He was a Methodist, and loved the name giv en him by his parents. He was of a large Methodist family on both sides, h is mother being an OVERALL, of the well-known family of OVERALLS in Tennes see. Of the large family of the wife and seven children, he was the fir st to die. He owned a lot in a cemetery at Trenton for nineteen years, a nd was the first to occupy a place in it. His last sickness was very painf ul for a time, but at the last it was without pain and as peaceful as a ba be in its mother's arms; so, without fear or a struggle, he "fell on slee p" at his home in Trenton, Tenn., November 4, 1901.

John Wesley Ramsey needs no eulogy from me. "He being dead yet speaketh ." His father, Jefferson Ramsey, lived in my first circuit fifty-two yea rs ago. John was then about ten years old. From that time till his dea th if there was ever aught against him I never heard it. "He commanded h is children and household after him." As a result they are all, we trus t, following "In the way their fathers tred." "Blessed are the dead whi ch die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may r est from their labors; and their works do follow them."
A. R. Wilson

(NOTE: John Wesley was actually a grandson of the Overall family of Ruther ford County, not a son. His father Nathaniel Jefferson Ramsey was the s on of Wm. and Mary "Polly" [Overall] Ramsey.)

From the Overall Family Forum http://genforum.genealogy.com/overall/messag es/187.html posted by Phyllis Winthurst
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[NI8906] FRIDAY MAY 13,1921

MRS.J.W.RAMSEY--died at her home on Brownsville Street last Tuesday
evening.Services were conducted at the residence Saturday,burial at Oakland
Cemetery.She was in her 74th year,a consistant member of the Methodist Church.She
is survived by six daughters and one son,all of whom were with her at the last.

Gibson County TN Deaths and Obituaries from the Humboldt Courier-Chroncles 1921
Transcribed and submitted by Sarah Hutcherson
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/OBITS/courier1921.txt
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[NI8907] Re: Edmond A. Overall and Mary Frances Braswell
Posted by: Phyllis Winthurst (ID *****6594) Date: April 10, 2004 at 22:57: 56
In Reply to: Edmond A. Overall and Mary Frances Braswell by Dana Overa ll of 198


Dana, Your Edmond Overall and Mary Frances Braswell married in Greene Coun ty, Arkansas in 1905. You need to order a complete marriage record for th em (including any information on their application for a license to marry) .

With them marrying in Greene County, I checked the 1900 census and found t he following:
Paragould, Greene County, Arkansas, ED31/Sheet37B, HN641/FN661:
Susan J. Overall, head, w,f,b.Jul1847/52 widow, 2children/2living b. GA, p arents b. GA (this is wrong, she and her parents were born in NC)
Mary E. Overall, dau, w,f,b.Aug1878/21, Div., b.AR, fa.TN, mo. GA (NC)
Edward A. Overall, son, w,m,b.Sept1880/20,Single, b. AR, fa. TN, mo. GA (N C)

Then go back to 1880 - again in Greene County, TN: Mary E. is with her par ents - Edmund J. Overall, 40, b. TN, parents b. TN; mother Susan J. Overal l, 33, b. NC, parents b. NC, Mary E. Overall, dau, 1, b. AR, fa. TN, mo. N C. Edmund is not yet born.

Now move ahead to 1910 - Justice Pct. 4, Eastland County, TX, page 103, ED 42/Sheet 1A, FN7: Edmond A. Overall and his wife Mary F. Overall, md. 4 ye ars, 2 children/2children living, Lena A, dau, age 3, and Henry E., son, a ge 1 (probably Edmund H. - however, called Edmund, Jr. on 1930 census)

The 1930 census has them in St. Louis, MO - and I will assume for brevi ty you have that census.

This would mean Edmund A. (b. 1880-1884) lineage is this:
His father Edmund J. Overall, b. 1839 - d. BET 1880-1900
His father John Wesley Overall, b. 1818 - d. 1909
His father Robert Overall, b. 1785 - d. 1862
His father Nathaniel Overall, b. 1750 - d. 1835
His father William Overall, b. ca. 1724 - d. ca. 1783
His father John Overall, b. ca. 1701 - d. 1741/42

Do not worry over his name showing up as Edmund one time and Edward the ne xt. Edmund and Edward sometimes are hard to distinguish between, especial ly when the "r" is written the old fashioned way. If you have questions, d rop me a line. Please be sure to check this information every step of t he way.

From The Overall Family Forum http://genforum.genealogy.com/overall/messag es/197.html posted by Phyllis Winthurst
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[NI8950] My grandmother was Mollie Drane, who the family called Mal or Mallie. S he married Benjamin Thomas Roberts, son of Noel G. Roberts, son of Sidney G. Roberts, I believe on July 12, 1912, not July 18, 1912. They owned a successful dry-goods store in Lufkin, Texas. BT Roberts died in 1932, at 59, when he fell through a skylight at the store.

James Roberts 6 Oct 2004
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Jim Drane Roberts ->Benjamin Thomas Roberts (married Mollie ("Mal") Drane in 1912) ->Felix G. Roberts (not Sidney G. Roberts.. a brother) who was born in 1849 and died in 1902 as a result of a gun fight

Internet Correspondence James Roberts 17 March 2006
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[NI8951] Jim Drane Roberts ->Benjamin Thomas Roberts (married Mollie ("Mal") Drane in 1912) ->Felix G. Roberts (not Sidney G. Roberts.. a brother) who was born in 1849 and died in 1902 as a result of a gun fight was married to Mary Kirksey (and their were 3 children from this marriage, BT , a brother and a sister)->Noel G. Roberts (farmer in Louisiana and maried to Maria Thomas in 1832 (?))... there is more to that lineage going back to John Roberts of Virginia around 1650's, but the big error was the substitution of Sidney for Felix. Sidney or Sid also died in the gun battle. For more colorful information & description please look up "The Battle of the Redlands" (Tolbert) or search for Felix G. Roberts and Nacogdoches.

Internet Correspondence James Roberts 17 march 2006
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[NI9041] He was a hotel keeper in Gibson and Dyer counties, TN, and a farmer in Texas. (The Dyer book mentions him.) He married Mary (Mollie C. Overall. (Small World!) They seem to have stayed mainly in TX.

Internet Correspondence - Priscilla Fanning 31 Oct 2004
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Gibson County, Tennessee
District 1 Ima ge 1
30 August 1850
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Slave Owner Number Age Sex Color Dist Pg Trans criber Comments
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Greer, Jacob T. 1 5 F B 9 33
From Gibson County, Tennessee 1850 Slave Schedules District No. 1 - 1 0
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/slaves/1850-dist1-10.txt
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Gibson County, Tennessee
District 1 Ima ge 1
30 August 1850
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Slave Owner Number Age Sex Color Dist Pg Trans criber Comments
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Greer, Jacob T. 1 5 F B 9 33
From Gibson County, Tennessee 1850 Slave Schedules District No. 1 - 1 0
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/slaves/1850-dist1-10.txt
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[NI9066] Joseph W. Grier, M.D., a well known and successful physician of Gibson County, Tenn., was born in 1852, and is a son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Wyatt) Grier, who were born in Tennessee. Dr. Joseph Crier spent his early days on a farm and received his education in the common schools. He was an industrious "tiller of the soil" until 1880, when he began the study of medicine with Dr. A.W. Stephenson, of Gibson County, as his preceptor. In 1883 he attended the Memphis Medical College, and since 1884 has been a successful practitioner. At the latter date his marriage with Mattie Oliphant was celebrated. She is a daughter of Jack and Sallie Oliphant, of Gibson county, and she and the Doctor are church members. He is a Democrat in his political views and of English lineage.

From Goodspeed Biographies 1887
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/GS/g-gdsp.htm
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[NI9072] James L. Berry, dry goods merchant of Dyer, Tenn., was born in Rutherfo rd County March 27, 1836, son of John C. and Nancy B. (Ramsey) Berry, nati ve Tennesseans. James L. was brought to Gibson County when an infant, a nd was educated in Trenton. In 1858 he engaged in the stock business for h imself, but soon came to Dyer and formed a partnership with B. F.Bobbi tt in the grocery business, and was thus engaged until the breaking of t he war. He enlisted in the Forty-seventh Tennessee Regiment and served unt il September, 1864, when he was wounded at Jonesboro, Ga. He returned ho me and engaged in farming, and a year later resumed the grocery business w ith his former partner. In 1868, however, they dissolved partnership, a nd he continued the business with Benjamin Phillips and J. T.Grier. In 18 72 Mr. Phillips died, and afterward a partnership was formed known as Ber ry Grier. In 1873 Mr. Grier died, and the business was then closed out. La ter he and J. M. Hutchinson engaged in milling and ginning, and the firm w as in existence until 1876. Mr. Berry followed farming one year, and th en entered into his present vocation, but continues the breeding of fine s tock. In 1860 he married Mattie J.Grier, daughter of Jacob T. and Elizabe th Grier, of Gibson County. They have five children: Nettie L., Ninn L ., an infant son, John C., and J. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Berry are membe rs of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, and he is a Democrat and belon gs to the F. A. M. and K. of G. R.

From Goodspeed Biographies 1887
http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/GS/b-gdsp.htm
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[NI9076] Died unmarried. Killed by a train.

Email correspondence Priscilla Fanning 31 Oct 2004
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[NI9078] From "A History of The Dyer Tennessee Community" p. 48

The Dyer and Rutherford communities were jolted by a double murder in August, 1913. Prominent lawyer, W. S. Coulter, and his son, Harry, were shot to death at the railroad depot in Trenton. They were killed by Mr. J. A. Alford, a prominent Rutherford business man. The killing grew out of a series of family troubles between the Alfords and the Coulters.

According to news reports, Mr. Alford had arrived by train in Trenton shortly before the Coulters would be boarding the northbound "dinkey" to return to their home in Dyer. As they were about to board the train, Mr. Alford drew down on them with a pistol. The first shots struck the older Coulter who turned, staggered, and fell to the ground. Alford then turned and fired at the younger Coulter hitting him twice and knocking him backwards into a lady attempting to get off the train knocking her to the ground. Mr. Alford then fired several more shots into the two fallen men.

Calmly, Mr. Alford surrendered himself to Constable Overall, who happened to be preparing to board the same train as the coulters. Two pistols were taken from Mr. Alford at the depot and a third was found when he was searched at the jail. Twelve shots had been fired; eight had found their marks.

Both towns were shocked at the incident even though many local people were aware of the conflicts between the two families. Moreover, all parties involved in the incident were leading citizens of their respective home towns.

W. S. Coulter was one of Gibson County's most successful lawyers and his son was establishing a good reputation for himself as a lawyer. The older Coulter was the son of the late major J. M. Coulter, a former Tennessee Senator. Among W. S. Coulter's accomplishments were the following: an organizer and first President of the Bank of Dyer (1905-1913); school teacher and trustee of West Tennessee College; an organizer and President of the Dyer Box Factory; helped to establish McCullar and Company that provided the town with electricity; a leader in the Dyer Methodist Church. He donated a beautiful pipe organ to the Methodist Church. That organ is today housed in the Old Country Store in Jackson.

The Coulter house was a landmark in Dyer because of its unusual design and beauty. The house was known for the beautiful cupolas which graced i ts roofline.

The younger Coulter had attended the Dyer Public Schools and received his law training at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee.

Mr. W. S. Coulter was survived by a brother, Boone Coulter, of Union Cit y, and a daughter Mrs. Mattie Belle Hayes of Dyer, and his mother, who lived in Union City. Mr. Coulter's wife had died three years earlier. She was an invalid at the time of her death.

Mr. Alford was a quiet man with a "good" reputation. He was a successful merchant in Rutherford and was regarded as a leading citizen of the town.

Although the troubles between the two families were fairly well known, the sudden, violent way that the quarrel ended sent a solemn hush over the towns. No doubt there were some tense moments as people of both towns tried to sort out what had happened.

[NI9080] From "A History of The Dyer Tennessee Community" p. 48

The Dyer and Rutherford communities were jolted by a double murder in August, 1913. Prominent lawyer, W. S. Coulter, and his son, Harry, were shot to death at the railroad depot in Trenton. They were killed by Mr. J. A. Alford, a prominent Rutherford business man. The killing grew out of a series of family troubles between the Alfords and the Coulters.

According to news reports, Mr. Alford had arrived by train in Trenton shortly before the Coulters would be boarding the northbound "dinkey" to return to their home in Dyer. As they were about to board the train, Mr. Alford drew down on them with a pistol. The first shots struck the older Coulter who turned, staggered, and fell to the ground. Alford then turned and fired at the younger Coulter hitting him twice and knocking him backwards into a lady attempting to get off the train knocking her to the ground. Mr. Alford then fired several more shots into the two fallen men.

Calmly, Mr. Alford surrendered himself to Constable Overall, who happened to be preparing to board the same train as the coulters. Two pistols were taken from Mr. Alford at the depot and a third was found when he was searched at the jail. Twelve shots had been fired; eight had found their marks.

Both towns were shocked at the incident even though many local people were aware of the conflicts between the two families. Moreover, all parties involved in the incident were leading citizens of their respective home towns.

W. S. Coulter was one of Gibson County's most successful lawyers and his son was establishing a good reputation for himself as a lawyer. The older Coulter was the son of the late major J. M. Coulter, a former Tennessee Senator. Among W. S. Coulter's accomplishments were the following: an organizer and first President of the Bank of Dyer (1905-1913); school teacher and trustee of West Tennessee College; an organizer and President of the Dyer Box Factory; helped to establish McCullar and Company that provided the town with electricity; a leader in the Dyer Methodist Church. He donated a beautiful pipe organ to the Methodist Church. That organ is today housed in the Old Country Store in Jackson.

The Coulter house was a landmark in Dyer because of its unusual design and beauty. The house was known for the beautiful cupolas which graced i ts roofline.

The younger Coulter had attended the Dyer Public Schools and received his law training at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee.

Mr. W. S. Coulter was survived by a brother, Boone Coulter, of Union Cit y, and a daughter Mrs. Mattie Belle Hayes of Dyer, and his mother, who lived in Union City. Mr. Coulter's wife had died three years earlier. She was an invalid at the time of her death.

Mr. Alford was a quiet man with a "good" reputation. He was a successful merchant in Rutherford and was regarded as a leading citizen of the town.

Although the troubles between the two families were fairly well known, the sudden, violent way that the quarrel ended sent a solemn hush over the towns. No doubt there were some tense moments as people of both towns tried to sort out what had happened.

[NI9126] Follow up:
Bills, G.A. 150
Bills, J.R., Sr. 156
Index to Probate
Volume 2 (Surnames A-D)
1920-1959
Young County, Texas
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txyoung/vol2atod.htm
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[NI9128] Gravemarker picture at http://www.rootsweb.com/~txnavarr/cemetery/prairie_grove/headstones/hs_emma_cook.jpg

There are also some "Bills" buried at Prairie Grove.

[NI9135] In Robert Parks obituary it was stated that he was survived by a stepson, Kelly Biggs. Brenda has a son who is a Doctor, just graduated from Med School, and doing a residency in Temple. This would seem to indicate that she was previously married to a Mr. Biggs, and that her son is not a Parks.

[NI9136] Robert Parks

Robert Parks, 71, of Amarillo died Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2005.

Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in Memorial Park Funeral Home Chapel of Memories, 6969 E. Interstate 40.

Mr. Parks was born Jan. 30, 1934, in Amarillo to Ray Edwin Parks and Irene Wilson Parks. He graduated from Amarillo High School in 1952 and earned his mechanical engineering degree at General Motors Institute (now Kettering University) in Flint, Mich. He was an engineer for General Motors in Warren, Mich.

Robert married Shirley Mae Lewis of Amarillo in 1952. Shirley predeceased Robert in 1991. Robert and Shirley have two children, Charles Robert Parks of Simi Valley, Calif., and Gretchen Grace Parks of Royal Oak, Mich. Robert married Brenda Brooke Bills of Amarillo in 1993.

He spent most of his career of 36 years as an engineer for Chevrolet Motor Division, where he was instrumental in developing many notable Chevrolet vehicles. During the course of his career with GM, he was awarded several patents for his automotive designs.

Although he was accomplished in technical pursuits, he was also deeply interested in the humanities. He had an active interest in art and music including classical, bluegrass and Celtic music. He was also passionate about antique collecting and restoration. He was an outspoken idealist, and he had many ideas for improvements in the local community.

He remained true to his ideals to the end of his life when he chose to make his organs available for the needs of others.

Robert was an active PBS supporter and volunteer and had served on the Wildcat Bluff Board of Directors. After his retirement from General Motors, he enjoyed traveling in the U.S., Canada and abroad.

Survivors include his wife, Brenda Brooke; two children, Charles Parks and Gretchen Parks; a stepson, Kelly Biggs; three grandchildren; his mother; a sister, Janice Chescheir; and a brother, RD Parks.

Because of his lifelong love of animals, the family suggests memorials be to the Amarillo SPCA or to Animal Rescue Shelter.

Amarillo Globe-News, Dec. 4, 2005
(from http://www.amarillo.com/stories/120405/obi_allObits.shtml)
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[NI9139] Emmett Cemetery - On line listing at
http://www.rootsweb.com/~txnavarr/cemetery/prairie_grove/burials_a_g.htm

B27 Bills, Alford A.

ALFORD A.
BILLS
BORN
July 31, 1897
DIED
Jan. 12, 1904

[Common Stone with G. A. Bills]
Son of Gersham Alexander Bills & Eugenia (unk) Bills
b. 31 July 1897
d. 12 Jan 1904
Photo of Marker

B28 Bills, Gersham Alexander "Gary"

G. A. BILLS
BORN
Mar. 18, 1837
DIED
Jan. 12, 1904

[Common Stone w/ Alford A. Bills]
m. Eugenia May Ogilvie on Dec 24, 1872 in Navarro Co., TX

CSA;
Photo of Marker

B29 Bills, Eugenia May (Ogilvie)

EUGENIA MAY
Wife of
G. A. BILLS
May 6, 1857
Mar 20, 1917
Rest Mother, Rest in Quiet Sleep, While Friends in Sorrow
O'er The Weep
BILLS
Wife of Gersham Alexander Bills
b. 6 May 1857
d. 20 Mar 1917
Photo of Marker
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There are stones in Loving Cemetery, Loving, Young Co., TX for:

G. A. Bills
Sept. 25, 1884
Dec. 19, 1950

Mary Bills
Sept. 27, 1885
Nov. 17, 1971

It is likely that G.A. Bills was a son of Gersham Alexander and Eugenia May Bills. Another
son, John Rush Bills is also buried in Loving Cemetery.

[NI9170] Kernodle Marriages: (From http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/Marriages/k-marriages.txt
KERNODLE, A. L. APPLETON, MATILDA 1922
KERNODLE, ANNA BROOKS DePRIEST, THOMAS 1928
KERNODLE, ASA HARRISON, JOSIE 1903
KERNODLE, AUDIE LOYD, HOMER 1921
KERNODLE, BENNETT GRAVES, NATTIE 1938
KERNODLE, D. N. HAMMOND, FLORENCE 1896
KERNODLE, ELDON THARP, RUTH 1917
KERNODLE, HARMON HOWELL, LONA 1923
KERNODLE, JOHNIE MAI FLOWERS, B. T. 1932
KERNODLE, LEO HARRISON, ELIZABETH 1926
KERNODLE, LEO THOMPSON, VIRGINIA 1942
KERNODLE, LORA (Nrs.) BRADFORD, W. H. 1932
KERNODLE, ORAN WATSON, JOHNNIE MAY 1921 <--- Oren O'Neal's First wife?
KERNODLE, TRESSIE E. GEGORY, W. H. 1921

[NI9181] Danny Tyree Grear, TRENTON

Services for Danny Tyree Grear, 47, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, June 7, 2004 at First Baptist Church of Trenton. Burial will follow at Davidson Chapel Cemetery.

Mr. Grear, a dispatcher for the Trenton Police Department, died Thursday, June 3, 2004 at his residence.

He is survived by his wife, Susan Grear and two daughters, Debra and Sarah Grear, all of Trenton; and his parents, Malcolm Tyree and Jo Ann Grear, both of Trenton.

He was preceded in death by his sisters, Donna Grear Parker and Carol Ann Grear.

Visitation will be held on today, June 6, 2004 from 5-9 p.m.

Shelton Funeral Home 731-855-1621

As reported in The Jackson Sun: 06/06/2004
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[NI9217] Census Place: District 2, Mc Nairy, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255268 National Archives Film T9-1268 Page 10D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
George W. KERNODLE Self M M W 43 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy R. KERNODLE Wife F M W 37 MO
Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN
Asa M. KERNODLE Son M S W 12 TN
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Dewitt N. KERNODLE Son M S W 10 TN
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Victor W. KERNODLE Son M S W 5 TN
Fa: TN Mo: MO
Samuel Lee KERNODLE Son M S W 2 TN
Fa: TN Mo: MO
William E. KERNODLE Son M S W 3M TN
Fa: TN Mo: MO
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1900 GIBSON COUNTY TN CENSUS
District No. 12
Transcribed by Max Crocker
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PAGE NO LIN FAM DWELL LAST NAME FIRST NAME RELATIONSH RACE SEX BIRTH MO YOB AGE MARI#YRS CHILD CHILDREN POB FATHER POB MOTHER CITIZENSHIP; YR IM OCCUPATION
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CDP70
P33B
74 122122 Kernodle Victor Head W M May 1873 25 M 3 TN TN IL Farmer
75 Lora Wife W F April 1876 24 M 3 1 0 TN TN TN
76 123123 Kernodle George Head W M Dec 1836 63 M 33 TN NC NC Farmer
77 Nancy Wife W F May 1843 54 M 33 8 6 MO TN TN
78 Lee Son W M June 1878 22 S TN TN MO Farm Laborer
79 Elmer Son W M Feb 1880 20 S TN TN MO Farm Laborer
80 Cora Dau W F Sept 1882 17 S TN TN MO
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Note that George W. Kernodle and Victor Kernodle are living next to Margaret Carne Cook in the 1900 Census!
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[NI9219] McNairy county, TN 1840 Federal Census surname index.
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LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME FILE_NAME PG#
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Kernodle Alvis pg00054.txt 60
Kernodle Bedford pg00019.txt 23
Kernodle George pg00019.txt 23
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23 151 26 Kernodle Bedford 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0
(Household 151 - 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, no free blacks, no slaves)

23 152 27 Kernodle George 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0
(Household 152 - 2 males 15-20, 1 male 70-80, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 50-60, no free blacks, no slaves)

60 1250 10 Kernodle Alvis 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0
(Household 1250 - 1 male 0-5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female 0-5, 1 female 20-30, no free blacks, no slaves)

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnmcnair/1830/census.htm
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MCNAIRY COUNTY TN - CENSUS - 1850 CENSUS INDEX A - L
839 Kernodle Alvis 3 61b 18
92 Kernodle Amanda 7 7b 29
88 Kernodle Bedford 7 7a 39
839 Kernodle Clarissa 3 61b 19
88 Kernodle Elizabeth 7 7b 1
839 Kernodle George 3 61b 20
820 Kernodle James 3 60a 13
819 Kernodle Jane 3 60a 10
820 Kernodle Julia 3 60a 15
92 Kernodle Lucinda 7 7b 28
839 Kernodle Lyda 3 61b 22
820 Kernodle Manerva 3 60a 14
839 Kernodle Martha 3 61b 21
88 Kernodle Nancy 7 7a 40
819 Kernodle Richard 3 60a 11
839 Kernodle Richard 3 61b 26
839 Kernodle Robert 3 61b 24
88 Kernodle Rosannah 7 7a 41
820 Kernodle Sally 3 60a 12
88 Kernodle Sarah 7 7a 42
839 Kernodle Sarah 3 61b 23
92 Kernodle Simpson 7 7b 27
88 Kernodle Thomas 7 7b 2
819 Kernodle Thompson H. 3 60a 9
92 Kernodle William 7 7b 30
839 Kernodle William 3 61b 25
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District 3 - http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnmcnair/1850/1850-dist3.txt
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ATTEND CAN'T
DWELLING SURNAME First Name AGE SEX COLOR OCCUP VALUE BORN MARRIED SCHOOL R/WRITE DISTRICT PAGE LINE
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819 Kernodle Thompson H. 27 m farmer 200 NC 3 60a 9
819 Kernodle Jane 25 f NC 3 60a 10
819 Kernodle Richard 1 m TN 3 60a 11
820 Kernodle Sally 65 f 300 VA x 3 60a 12
820 Kernodle James 29 m farmer NC 3 60a 13
820 Kernodle Manerva 22 f NC x 3 60a 14
820 Kernodle Julia 10 f TN x 3 60a 15

839 Kernodle Alvis 36 m farmer 200 NC 3 61b 18
839 Kernodle Clarissa 33 f NC 3 61b 19
839 Kernodle George 12 m TN x 3 61b 20
839 Kernodle Martha 10 f TN x 3 61b 21
839 Kernodle Lyda 9 f TN x 3 61b 22
839 Kernodle Sarah 7 f TN x 3 61b 23
839 Kernodle Robert 5 m TN 3 61b 24
839 Kernodle William 3 m TN 3 61b 25
839 Kernodle Richard 1 m TN 3 61b 26
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MCNAIRY COUNTY TN - 1850 CENSUS DISTRICT No. 7 from http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnmcnair/1850/1850-dist7.txt
Column *10=Married Within the Year
Column *11=Attended School within the Year
Column *12=Over 20 and cannot read or write
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Dwell# Surname First Name Age Sex Color Profession Value POB *10 *11 *12 Dist Page Line
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88Kernodle Bedford 32 M Farmer 250 NC 7 7a 39
88Kernodle Nancy 29 F NC 7 7a 40
88Kernodle Rosannah 9 F TN x 7 7a 41
88Kernodle Sarah 6 F TN x 7 7a 42
88Kernodle Elizabeth 3 F TN 7 7b 1
88Kernodle Thomas 1 M TN 7 7b 2

92Kernodle Simpson 41 M Farmer 800 NC 7 7b 27
92Kernodle Lucinda 41 F NC 7 7b 28
92Kernodle Amanda 13 F TN x 7 7b 29
92Kernodle William 8 M TN x 7 7b 30

[NI9227] In the 1900 Federal Census at http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/census/1900/1900-dist12.txt
Ruth is listed as the step-daughter of Margaret Cook and as married. It is much more likely that
she is the wife of son John C. Cook who is also listed as married and living with his mother.

[NI9230] Obituaries - Trenton Gazzette - Wednesday 6 Sept 2006
http://es1.tecnavia.com/ee/trentongazette/default.php?pSetup=trentongazette
Odessa Hayes


Funeral services for Odessa "Babe" Hayes were held Friday, September 1, at Shelton Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Salem Baptist Cemetery.

Mrs. Hayes, 103, a life long resident of Gibson County, died Wednesday, August 30, at Gibson General Hospital. She was born July 28, 1903, the only child of Samuel and Ada Kernodle. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Trenton.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Calvin Hayes; her parents; a son, J.C. Hayes; and a son-in-law, Paul Horner.

Surviving are a daughter, Modeane Horner of Jackson; a daughter-in-law, Shirley Hayes of Trenton; grandchildren, Paula Deane "P.D." Landreth and husband, David, of Selmer, Rick Horner of Knoxville, Suzy Hayes Gunnells of Jackson, and Lee Hayes and wife, Nan, of Trenton; and great-grandchildren, Bailey Landreth of Knoxville, Wes Landreth of Kenton, Serena Cannon of Trenton, Jessica Cannon of Jackson, Mary Grace Hayes of Trenton and Benjamin Hayes of Trenton.
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[NI9231] 1900 GIBSON COUNTY TN CENSUS
District No. 12
Transcribed by Max Crocker
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PAGE NO LIN FAM DWELL LAST NAME FIRST NAME RELATIONSH RACE SEX BIRTH MO YOB AGE MARI#YRS CHILD CHILDREN POB FATHER POB MOTHER CITIZENSHIP; YR IM OCCUPATION
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CDP70
P33B
74 122122 Kernodle Victor Head W M May 1873 25 M 3 TN TN IL Farmer
75 Lora Wife W F April 1876 24 M 3 1 0 TN TN TN
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Note: Victor is listed on the next line following Widow Margaret Carne Cook
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[NI9236] 1930 Census; TN; Gibson County; District 2
Kernodle Dee N 60 1869 Head Tennessee
Florence A 57 1872 Wife
Howard T 23 1906 Son
Almond 21 1908 Son

Above per Dowda-Watson Family page at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jwackwit&id=I1466
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[NI9252] McNairy County TN 1867 Tax Records:
Kernodle, A. M. 2
Kernodle, Alois 3
Kernodle, G.W. 3
Kernodle, Simp. 7
Kernodle, Simp. (admins) 7 (Possibly indicates Simpson died in 1867 - No Simpson appears in 1880 Census)
Kernodle, T.H. 7
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Census Place: Purdy, Mc Nairy, Tennessee
Source: FHL Film 1255268 National Archives Film T9-1268 Page 101D
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Asa BELL Self M M W 37 TN
Occ: Physician Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary F. BELL Wife F M W 27 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: TN
Daisey E. BELL Dau F S W 3 TN
Fa: TN Mo: TN
Simpson KERNODLE FatherL M W W 72 NC
Occ: Boarding Fa: NC Mo: NC

[NI9272] Jim Drane Roberts ->Benjamin Thomas Roberts (married Mollie ("Mal") Drane in 1912) ->Felix G. Roberts (not Sidney G. Roberts.. a brother) who was born in 1849 and died in 1902 as a result of a gun fight

Internet correspondence James Roberts 17 March 2006
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[NI9275] Ray Baird, former TCR editor, dies
Funeral services for Charles Ray Baird, 80, were held Sunday, June 18, at 2 p.m. at the Chapel of Karnes and Son Funeral Home. Burial was in the Oakwood Cem­etery with Brother Ray Carroll offi ciating.
Baird passed away Friday, June 16, at Jackson General Hospital. He was editor emeritus of the Tri­City Reporter, WWII veteran and member of the First Presbyterian Church in Dyer. He will be remembered as a man who influenced many, through the newspaper, his church, trading knives and watches and all those he came in contact with,' his pastor said while giving the eulogy at his funeral services. He will be missed, he added.
Surviving are his wife, Dixie Robinson Baird of Dyer; a son, Leroy Baird and wife, Carol, of Rutherford; a daughter Edwana Boucher of Nashville and friend Jack Dewitt of Tullahoma; and three grandchildren.

[NI9307] Ota Warmath Pipkin, TRENTON

Funeral services for Mrs. Ota Warmath Pipkin, 78, will be held at 1 PM Tuesday, June 13th, 2006 at Shelton Funeral Home with burial to follow in Union Cemetery.

Mrs. Pipkin, a retired teacher's assistant for Peabody High School, and a member of the Union United Methodist Church, passed away Sunday, June 11th, 2006 at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Eddie Clay Richardson and Bonnie Hazel Keeling Richardson; her first husband, A. B. Warmath; her second husband, John Gilbert Pipkin; a sister, Helen Wingo; a grandson, Harry Dodd Warmath; and a great granddaughter.

She is survived by a son, Alan Warmath of Memphis, TN; a daughter, Brenda Carroll and husband Dan of Dyer, TN; a sister, Dean Coleman of Memphis, TN; a brother, Ralph Richardson of Rutherford, TN; two granddaughters, Dana Garner of Kenton, TN, and Tracey Warmath of Trenton, TN; a grandson, Clay Carroll of St. Louis, MO; and three great grandchildren.

Shelton Funeral Home Trenton, TN 731-855-1621

As reported in The Jackson Sun: 06/13/2006
http://miva.jacksonsun.com/miva/cgi-bin/miva?OBITS/obitsGO3searchdetail.mv+link=20060613220330&year=allobits.dat&search=NAME
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[NI9320] Reed, Charles Everett
CHARLES EVERETT REED, founder of the Charles Reed Buick Company and a long time leader in the Memphis community, died at home on October 6, 2006 at the age of 88. He was born in 1918 in Dyer, Tennessee a son of William Leighton Reed and Pennellie Yates Reed. He was married to Kathryn Norman Reed for 61 years and was a communicant of St. John's Episcopal Church. In addition to his wife, he leaves two daughters and their husbands, Penny and Jim Keras and Kathy and Harry Phillips Jr. He also leaves six grandchildren and their spouses, Poppy and Sean Arnold, of San Francisco, CA, Lauren and Ben Keras, JJ and Jay Keras, Emily and Johnson Phillips of Memphis, Laurence and Henry Bragg and Reed and Billy Wareing of Houston, TX. He also leaves six great-grandchildren. After graduating from Rhodes College he served as a gunnery officer on the USS Pennsylvania for three years in the South Pacific during World War II. Mr. Reed became an Oldsmobile-Cadillac dealer in Jackson, Tennessee in 1945. Four years later he became a Buick dealer in West Memphis, locating in Memphis in 1953. During his career he owned several dealerships throughout the South. He served as a director of the Memphis Chamber of Commerce, and as president of both the Memphis Automobile Dealers Association and the Tennessee Automobile Dealers Association. He was a member of the Memphis Downtown Kiwanis Club, the Memphis Country Club and the University Club. According to his longtime business associate and son-in-law, Jim Keras, Charles Reed had an entrepreneurial spirit and was a man of integrity. Honorary pall bearers include Bill Donelson, Ferd Heckle, Jack Gordon, Charles Crump, Russell Weiner, John Albritton, James Fowler and the Old Goats. Following a private burial at St. John's cemetery there will be a service to celebrate the life of Charles Reed at 11 a.m. Monday, October 9 at St. John's Episcopal Church, 322 South Greer. Following this service the family will greet friends at Parish Hall. Memorials may be sent to the Church Health Center, 1210 Peabody Avenue, or the charity of the donor's choice. Memorial Park Funeral Home 901-767-8930
Published in The Commercial Appeal on 10/7/2006.
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[NF0039] ==================================================================
1850 Rutherford County Tennessee Marriages
http://www.tngenweb.org/rutherford/marr50.htm
Hutchison, James M. and Elizabeth R. Overall Sep 19*
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[NF0087]
Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 ? ? ?

[NF0612] Married by Rev. Nathaniel W. Overall who was her cousin

From Hutchison Notes by Fount Mosby Hutchison, Jr.
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[NF0740] ==================================================================
1849 Rutherford County Tennessee Marriages
http://www.tngenweb.org/rutherford/marr49.htm
Overall, Robert A. and Amanda D. Hutcherson Dec 6
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[NF0915] [HarrisonTW.FTW]

A newspaper artical on Sept. 25, 1936 from the Greenfield Gazette. " The n ewly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Harrison, are making their home at Brock 's Chapel, where they have the congratulations of many friends."

[NF0973] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrh.txt)

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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 Jas. Riley Eliz. 8 3 1824
Davidson Co Davidson Co 8 3 1824

[NF0974] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Jas. Gallimore Eliz. 9 11 1865
Davidson Co Davidson Co 9 14 1865

[NF0977] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Henry Smith Eliz 4 16 1847
Davidson Co Davidson Co ?

[NF0984] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 N R Morgan Sarah E 57 3 2 1886
Davidson Co Davidson Co 39 3 3 1886

[NF0986] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Allen Loftin Sally 1 5 1855
Davidson Co Davidson Co 1 6 1855

[NF0987] Davidson County, NC - L Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrl.txt)

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PWRS35A@prodigy.com


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



NAME/RESIDENCE of MAN NAME/RESIDENCE of WOMAN AGE LICENSE ISSUED
SURNAME GIVEN NAME SURNAME GIVEN NAME MAN DATE OF MARRIAGE
RESIDENCE RESIDENCE WOMAN MO DAY YE AR
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LanierWilliam Harrison Nancy 9301869
Davidson CoDavidson Co9301869

[NF0988] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Jas C Newsom Ellen 41 8 10 1880
Davidson Co Davidson Co 20 8 10 1880

[NF0990] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Harris Riley Margaret 12 13 1865
Davidson Co Davidson Co 12 14 1865

[NF0991] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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 Harris Kinney Nancy C 54 3 7 1899
Davidson Co Davidson Co 54 3 12 1899

[NF0998] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/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
___________________________________________________________________________
Hulin Ezekiel Harrison Laurer 9 2 1852
Davidson Co Davidson Co

[NF1000] Davidson County, NC - S Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrs.txt)

Submitted to the USGenWeb Archives by Susan Smith
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Index of Marriages
Davidson County Courthouse
Register of Deeds
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NAME/RESIDENCE of MAN NAME/RESIDENCE of WOMAN AGE LICENSE ISSUED
SURNAME GIVEN NAME SURNAME GIVEN NAME MAN DATE OF MARRIAGE
RESIDENCE RESIDENCE WOMAN MO DAY YE AR
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SmithJohn Harrison Margaret533111893
Davidson CoDavidson Co453121893

[NF1002] Davidson County, NC - H Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrh.txt)

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PWRS35A@prodigy.com


Index of Marriages
Davidson County Courthouse
Register of Deeds
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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 Hazy Loftin F 24 1 18 1877
20 1 18 1877

[NF1003] Davidson County, NC - F Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrf.txt)

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Index of Marriages
Davidson County Courthouse
Register of Deeds
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NAME/RESIDENCE of MAN NAME/RESIDENCE of WOMAN AGE LICENSE ISSUE D
SURNAME GIVEN NAME SURNAME GIVEN NAME MAN DATE OF MARRIA GE
RESIDENCE RESIDENCE WOMAN MO DAY YEAR
____________________________________________________________________________
Floyd J R Harrison Winnie 44 6 18 1885
Davidson Co Davidson Co 30 6 21 1885

[NF1004] Davidson County, NC - L Marriage Index (http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usge nweb/archives/nc/davidson/vitals/marrl.txt)

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



NAME/RESIDENCE of MAN NAME/RESIDENCE of WOMAN AGE LICENSE ISSUED
SURNAME GIVEN NAME SURNAME GIVEN NAME MAN DATE OF MARRIAGE
RESIDENCE RESIDENCE WOMAN MO DAY YE AR
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LoftinB J Harrison Lecta 501091897
Davidson CoDavidson Co3510101897


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