3 edition of Wilson and Boone families of middle Tennessee found in the catalog.
Wilson and Boone families of middle Tennessee
|Statement||by Louis Farrell and Mallie Wilson Farrell.|
|Contributions||Farrell, Mallie Wilson, 1885-1971, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.W75 1940z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||78302022|
Melungeons, the mysterious dark-skinned mountaineers of eastern Tennessee and southwest Virginia and into Kentucky, have sparked myths and theories over the past century. They were whispered to be. B. Wilson Smith's Picture of (Source: Google Books) Biography of Bernard G. Smith (Source: Google Books) Biography of Harry C. Smith (Source: North Carolina Digital Collections) Biography of Benjamin B. Smith ; West Virginia Pioneers includes Smith Family ; Biography of Rev. Benjamin Wilson Smith, A.M.
Bogle Families of Middle Tennessee - Samuel Bogle, George Bogle, Martha Bogle Br By Patricia Spradley Ap at Brothers Joseph Bogle, Malcom Bogle and William Bogle are found in the "Alphabetical Listing of the Inhabitants of York County" for the year The Middle Tennessee Home Education Association (MTHEA) is a ministry dedicated to serving home educators in the Middle Tennessee area by providing a network of support. Our goal is to nurture, educate and motivate families that home school. We are committed to help protect the right of the parent to "train up a child in the way they should go.".
Barns of Tennessee. Whether built of stone, log, brick, or metal, barns have long been the heart and soul of Tennessee farms. Barns of Tennessee is a collection of photographs, along with many heartfelt stories from Tennesseans about their ancestors, families, and barns.. In the Summer issue of the Tennessee Century Farms Newsletter, Century Farmers were . fite-james_family_papers_pdf This collection of nineteenth- century documents contains papers of the Fite and James families of Middle Tennessee and Kentucky. The records include a land survey, the draft of a speech advocating peace during the Civil War, slave deeds, and family correspondence.
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The book is a culmination of the First Families of Tennessee (FFT) bicentennial project started by the East Tennessee Historical Society in to recognize the state's early residents and to identify their ancstors. More than pages, hardbound, with jacket.5/5(3).
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Wilson County, located in the upper portion of middle Tennessee, is one of the older counties in this section of the state being created in by the Tennessee Legislature. It is generally agreed by historical critics that Wilson County was named in honor of David Wilson who served with distinction in the Revolutionary War, was a member of.
Known as The Key Pattern Book of William Wilson and Sons, Bannockburn, it lists thirty Highland clan tartans, thirteen family tartans, and twelve distinct, or general, tartans. A Wilson tartan is included among the family tartans and, originally known as ‘the Janet Wilson sett’ it was created for the wife of the founder of the Wilson company.
The Ancestors and Allied Families of Walter Lafayette BELL and Ruth RANKIN, Irma Bell Myers Willette and Francis Calvin Gill, BENSONs - Middle Tennessee and the Carolinas, John T.
Benson, Jr., and Two Dozen Families of Wilson County, Tennessee, Thomas E. Early History of Middle Tennessee. This is a great little book for those searching the middle Tennessee Counties contains names of many of the families who lived there, fights with Indians and forts that were built for their protection.
Contains photos. Fromwhen William Bean established his residence at one of Daniel Boone's old hunting camps, untilwhen Tennessee was admitted to the Union, the population of Tennessee swelled to more t These pioneer settlers -- of largely Scots-Irish, German, English, French Huguenot, Cherokee, African, and Welsh origin -- were part of the first great westward Families.
Early Middle Tennessee Marriages. 2 vols. Nashville, Tenn.: B. Sistler & Associates, FHL Book V2sbv. 2 Indexes names of brides and grooms, and marriage or marriage bond dates for weddings in this county for the specified years. - Partlow, Thomas E. Wilson County, Tennessee, deeds, marriages and wills, COCKE COUNTY, TENNESSEE ENTRY BOOK Volume "E" COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX W.P.A.
Records 36 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Softcover, Reprinted TN, $ OBION COUNTY, TENNESSEE WILL BOOK "A" - COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX W.P.A. Records. To browse the currently available biographies for the Wilson family surname, click on the desired biography in the list below: A.
Wilson (Warren County, Iowa) A. Wilson (Obion County, Tennessee) A. Wilson (Cherokee County, Kansas) A. Wilson (McLean County, Illinois) A.
Tone Wilson, Jr. (Shawnee County, Kansas) A. Wilson (Clark. First Families of Tennessee (FFT) was established by the East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS) in as a Tennessee Bicentennial project. Membership is open to anyone who can prove direct descent from a person or persons living in any part of what is now Tennessee before or by statehood in Early families of Wilson County, Tennessee Unknown Binding – by Thomas E Partlow (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, "Please retry" — Author: Thomas E Partlow. The John Carr family came from South Carolina, and was one of the first in Washington County, Tennessee. Fort Watauga (or Caswell) was built at the Sycamore Shoals of the Watauga River in – by the Watauga Association, to defend settlers from Indian (primarily Cherokee) attacks, which were in part instigated by the British.
Wilson Co., Tennessee Cemetery Books () Wilson County, Tennessee Church Books () Wilson Co. TN Family Websites, Pictures & Histories. Create a Free Family Tree () Who’s Who in Tennessee: A Biographical Reference Book of Notable Tennesseans - () Nichols and Related Families ().
Many family genealogies state there were eleven sons in the Wilson family, but only ten have been identified and documented. Seven of these sons are known to have participated in the Revolutionary War, and ten are known to have moved to middle Tennessee in the area of southeast Williamson County near Harpeth River.
Joseph Wilson born about. Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society PO Box Nashville, TN, USA The society serves the 40 counties of middle Tennessee of which Giles County is one.
It publishes The Middle Tennessee Journal of Genealogy and History, a quarterly containing articles of genealogical and historical interest. Little-known Tennessee records are.
The third line is that of Logan Henderson (). There is no known family connection between the Logan Henderson family and the Samuel Henderson family.
– Billy Pittard. Samuel Henderson () Around Samuel Henderson and his wife Mary Ann Waldrop left their home in Laurens Co. South Carolina and moved to Middle Tennessee.
Rootwalker Genealogy Pages for Northern Middle TN ; Wilson Co., TN (Source: USGenWeb) Wilson Wilson County, Tennessee Family Biographies (Source: My Genealogy Hound) Cemeteries. Tennessee Probate Court Books (Source: FamilySearch).
Genealogy profile for Mary Boone Mary Boone (Wilson) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Mary Boone (Wilson) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living en: Reuben Holman Boone, Rebecca Boone, Daniel Boone, Rhoda Margaret Reagor, James Monroe Boone, M.D.
Beginning incounties in Tennessee were required to keep birth records. Due to lapses in that law, there are large gaps in the official records. Rutherford County Register of Births database covers, and The data fields in the index are name, date, register number, and page number. Additional information is.
Tennessee -- Rhea Co to Wilson Co By Ken Hinds Aug at *White County, Tennessee Oldest Marriage Book, Sally Rigsby + Leonard Edens (or )--*CDs at Family History Center *Tennessee Deaths and Burials Wilson .Tennessee Census Research.
Federal censuses for Tennessee have been lost or destroyed for andthough tax lists can serve as substitutes for the missing enumerations. The census has survived for only Rutherford and Grainger counties, and the enumeration exists for only twenty-six counties, all in middle and west Tennessee.Wilson County was formed in from portions of Sumner County.
Surrounding counties include Davidson, Sumner, Trousdale, Smith, Dekalb, Cannon, and Rutherford. The city of Lebanon is the county seat; other major towns and communities are Mount Juliet and Watertown.