Seeking information on purchasing the minutes of Spring Creek Baptist Church in Jackson and Overton County.
all of these people mentioned either lived in the putnam county, white county area, or overton county, tn area
was wondering if anyone could help me. my name is sarah lemons keel. my grandparents on my maternal side was frank edward maddle (1930-2004) and evie lois rittenberry (1931-1997). the parents of frank edward were dora mccloud (1905-1990) and beecher whittaker (the only information i have on mr. whittaker is that he was married when my great grandmother became pregnant. my grandfather knew that this was his father but papa took his last name from noah lee madewell who dora married and raised him. my mother said that mr whittaker passed away in the 1960′s.
the parents of evie lois were sarah smith (1895-1984) and john monroe rittenberry (1879-1936). monroe rittenberry died from injuries and illness related to a car accident and my aunt johnnie was the last baby born to them six months after monroe died.
from what i have found dora’s parents were daniel mccloud (1870-1932) and dicie (maiden name unknown).
i dont have any info at all on beecher whittaker besides him passing away in the 1960′s.
sarah smiths parents were loyd smith and mary lucy crook (1884-1958) lucy crook later married dee madewell. i dont have anything else on loyd smith.
i have the parents of mary lucy crook as shady crook and mary l whitehead. i dont have anything really on mary whitehead except possibly born around 1850.
i am not quite clear why people believe that mary lucy crook was married to win denson and had several children including my great grandmother sarah. i have not found anything confirming this fact at all.
if any of these names sound familiar or if you can help me fill in the gaps i would appreciate it.
thank you sarah lemons keel
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Medley, Fred: I am lookingfor assistance in obtaining information about relatives. Their names are: John Honey, Warren Co, TN, Lucinda Cadle, North or South Carolina, Zachariah Honey, Kentucky and Putnam Co, TN, his father Fred Medley, plus his uncle and/or grandparents Robert, John and George. Contact Tim at: email@example.com or 26102 Matilda Av, Flat Rock, MI 48134
Cronk, Jacob: b btw 1794-1800 m Sarah Odom b abt 1808 (d/o Seaborn Odom bbtw 1760-1770 d abt 1831). They lived in Jackson County, TN at least until 1831. Sometime thereafter, it was thought they moved to Indiana. (We have the Jackson County, TN Loose District/Chancery Court Papers Reel #103 court case along with the War of 1812; 1820 Smith County Census; 1830 White County census and the 1836 Jackson County tax roll). We are interested in his pedigree and his life after 1831. Please contact Joyce Joseph 1830 Long Pointe Dr, Bloomfield, MI 48302 (248) 332-6277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hall, (Chester) Arthur: 28 Aug 1888 – 16 Apr 1966. He was the railroad agent at Silver Point, Putnam County, TN. He married Dailey Felina Smith and they had 10 children. We are interested in his pedigree. Please contact: Joyce Joseph 1830 Long Pointe Dr, Bloomfield, MI 48302 (248) 332-6277 or email@example.com.
CRONK, MELVINA: 1819-1854 Buried in the Roberts Graveyard on Carrs Chapel Road, Putnam County, TN. There is a new headstone installed perhaps 25 years ago along with a footstone saying “grandmother”. We believe she is the namesake for our Melvina Cronk b 1852 d abt 1892 (d/o William Alexander Cronk b 1826 d 1863 and
Malissa Roberts Cronk b 1830 d aft 1906). All were in the general vicinity of Silver Point, Laurel Hill and Buffalo Valley. We are interested in any and all information related to Melvina. Please contact: Joyce Joseph 1830 Long Pointe Dr, Bloomfield, MI 48302 (248) 332-6277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does anyone know who is buried in the old Anderson Cemetery that is all grown up out on the Dry Fork Road, Jackson County and who now owns this property?
Submitted by Betty Benner, 2208 Strawberry Ln, Kalamazoo, MI 49004 or Email: email@example.com.
I am seeking contact with William R. Johnson and his descendants. William born 07 Jan 1831 Jackson County, TN, he died 03 Feb 1899. He married Mary “Polly” Whitaker in 1857. Mary born 11 Apr 1833 in Jackson County, TN died 11 Mar 1904 in Van Buren County, AR. Their children were: Lucy, Oslon born 1852, Austin P. born 22 Mar 1853 in Jackson County, TN, Martha Adeline born 17 Feb 1855 in Jackson County, TN, Shady A, born 01 Jun 1857 in Jackson County, TN, William Newton born 06 Dec 1861, Margaret Lucy born 19 Nov 1864, Ben Daniel born 1867, John Washington born 18 Jul 1872 in Davis (Van Buren County), AR.
I am looking for information about Thomas Lewis Thomason who (I believe) was born April 14, 1804, in Scott, Tennessee. Do you have any information that could help me find his birth records and the names of his parents? I would appreciate any suggestions. Thanks. Carolyn Beardsley Carolyn@comteck.com
I have a picture I think is Alexander Boyd do you know anyone that has one so I can compare it with mine. I would love to hear from Boyd descendants.
Researching Bussell and Medlin families in Putnam county and some in Smith County. These are my 2nd & 3rd g-grandparents. Anything look familiar? Thanks so much!
Is there anywhere online (State, County, City) that I can find birth, marriage, death, military, or census information without having to sign up for a membership or pay each time I make an inquiry? I am new at the research thing and just joined the UCGA on March 10th. Thanks for any help or assistance.
Can anyone help identify these people? Thanks, email me firstname.lastname@example.org
In the 1880 census my Great Great Grandfather Eli Helmantoler said he was born in Indian. I know that he claimed TN in all previous census entries. His father was Jacob and his Grandfather was Jacob that show up in the Smith Co Census in 1820. I have seen early TN maps that show that Indian boarder with the Cherokees was what is now the Jackson county line. Would there be any indian country records in 1818?
Does anyone know where I can purchase a copy of the Smith County History, published about 30 years ago?
I found an article about an explosion under the Detroit river probably in the early 1930′s in which Pleas or Pless Tollison of Sparta, Tennessee is mentioned. He was a foreman of the blasting crew. I know nothing more about him and whomever cut the article out did not date or cite the newspaper.
I am researching the following names in Overton, Pickett, Jackson, White, and Putnam Counties: Wells, Davis, Copeland, Gunnels, Ogletree, Bertram, Miller, West, Brown, Groce, Speck, Huddleston, Brock, Davis, Coons, Hartsell, Hill, Mayfield, Stinson, Miller, Denney, Belk, Bilbrey, and Carlough. You can see more information on these names at the following web site http://guyzimmerman.com
What year did Overton County become a County?
Where can I find informatin on Indian genealogy for the Upper Cumberlands?
I am looking to exchange information on the West Family in Overton County.
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