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The postcards sent by Jack Cooper in and are among wartime correspondence on display for the [continue reading…]. Robert W. Joyce of Medford on December 9, Former husband of Stacey Solano Joyce. Loving father of Brendan and Nicole Joyce both of Medford. Loving son of Robert D. Joyce and the late Marie Colella Joyce.

Benton Gilman. The major sources for oral history for the Tennessee Foundations. She is related to the author on several lines. Erick Montgomery , originally from Gallatin, Tennessee, and a careful researcher, related to the author on multiple lines. He corrected many of my mistakes. Cecil A. Dorothy Kelso Dorris , whose research was pivotal to the Dorris line.

He helped straighten out the Dorris lines. Numerous people contributed research data for this volume. They include, but are not limited to, the following people, who are not listed in any particular order. Shirley Hassler Hern , a careful and thoughtful researcher on the Turner lines contributed her data and her conclusions. Sue Gunter , a kind and sharing individual on the Carter lines. Theda Womack , shared a wealth of information on Simpson, Turner, Holmes, and other lines.

Did much original research in the Sumner County archives. Erick Montgomery , contributed much research on the Johnson, Neale, Wisheart and other lines.

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Gwen Troutt Evitts , related on the Holmes and Troutt lines. Dorothy Dorris , contributed research on the Dorris lines. Eugene Dorris , contributed much on the Dorris lines. Dorothy Zongker , contributed to the Carter line research. Tim and Margo Heath , contributed to the Troutt research.

Robert Van Dyne, contributed to the Houdeshell research and shared documentation on the immigrant ancestors. Larry M. Ozbun , contributed his research on the Howdershell lines.

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Kathy Wilcox , contributed on the Turner lines. Dorothy Gray , contributed data and encouragement on the Turner lines. Ruth E. Hill , a lovely lady, related and contributed on the Turner lines. Gene S.

Morrow , related and contributed on the Graves line. Thomas Ashby , related and contributed on the Simpson line. Dorothy Delaquila, also related and contributed on the Simpson line. Cliff Pohl, contributed a great deal of assistance on the Graves lines.

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Mary Greg , from the John Simpson e. Original Records were obtained in most cases for estates, marriages, and tax records. William Escue Estate - [not the same man as ]. Isham Hodges, Sr. Jacob Houdeshell, Estate , Deed Book 12, page John Gourley, Guardian Report for Houdeshelt heirs, Martha J. James Wilson, Sr. Tax Lists for , [ 45]; [ 57]; [ 58]; [ 64], Insolvent for ? Deed Book Volume 6 [microfilm] James Wilson, pages Deed Vol. Lawsuits from Sumner County, Tennessee. James Escue Vs.


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Nelson B. Tennessee Archives, in Nashville, Tennessee, were utilized mostly for WPA and other copies and transcriptions of records not available anywhere else. Kilgore Cemetery, located on Highway 9, about 12 miles northeast of Morrilton, Arkansas, on the south side of the highway. Cemetery is on west side of road enclosed in a chain link fence. Polly Fagg Cemetery , Rt. Hwy S] 2. These are available at the Arkansas History Commission on Microfilm. The Federal Records used are on Microfilm and consist, primarily, of Census records. Originals are at the National Archives in Washington, D.

Copies may be found in various archives and libraries nationwide. United States Censuses of the Conway Co. Union and Confederate Pension records were searched for Tennessee. Revolutionary Pension files are available on microfilm at the Ft. Revolutionary Pension files were obtained for:. Robert Wilson [Jr. Samuel Wilson, S.

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Many other secondary sources were used in order to compile the history. These included index books compiled by various researchers, and used as aids in locating records pertaining to our ancestors. Since these records contain potential or actual errors, I tried not to use them as the sole source of information, if at all possible.

Vernal J. Cunningham, Jackson Ave. E mail communications from Erick Montgomery to the author and Audio tape from Erick Montgomery to the author, Gallatin Examiner Newspaper, dated 22 September, Philadelphia: Mathew Carey, Harris, January, Obituary Richard Johnson.

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Nashville Christian Advocate , issue 44, Friday, August 31, Photographs were contributed by the following persons. Abbot, William W. Abercrombie, Janice L. Court Records of Culpepper, Virginia.