Benton County Tennessee
Genealogy

Benton County Photographs
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William Francis Thompson
Born February 12, 1839
Died November 3, 1914

Civil War Information
Courtesy of
Arthur F. Freeman
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Eula (Holland) Townsend & Gold Mathis Townsend
Courtesy of
Barbara Warren Shelhart
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Joyce Ann Franks & Mary Jane Townsend
Courtesy of
Barbara Warren Shelhart
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Dr. R. B. and Sara Jane (Cowell) Travis
Courtesy of
Dianne Davidson
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L to R: Two Unk girls, Ray Beasley, Robert Randolph Corbitt, Vona Belle Corbitt, Unk boy

Courtesy of

Larry Beasley
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Utley Family
Wm. Patrick, Burwell Layfette, Robert Lee, Mary (Bishop) Seated: Manuel Houston, Nina (Jordon), John Albert, Arco, Louisa, Julia (Durdin), Fannie Johns (c. 1893)
Courtesy of
E.J. & Frances Sims
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Callie Frances (Rushing) Utley - First wife of Robert Lee Utley.
B. 11-8-1881 D. 26-10-1918. She was the daughter of James D. and Cordelia Rushing
Courtesy of
E.J. & Frances Sims
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Charlie Bernice (Utley) Rogers / Maude Lee (Utley) Saunders (Daughter of Robert Lee Utley)
(c. 1903)
Courtesy of
E.J. & Frances Sims
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Robert Lee Utley
B. 3-11-1866 D. 3-12-1958 (Son of John Albert Utley) and 2nd wife Etta Wright Utley
B 1878 D. 1971
Courtesy of
E.J. & Frances Sims
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Rev. Otto UTLEY baptising at Eagle Creek, Benton County. The sixth person from the left is Albert Jefferson Ingram (born Nov. 7, 1889 in Benton Co., died Sep. 29, 1923 in Memphis, Shelby Co.

photograph taken about 1900

Courtesy of
Janice Ingram
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Joseph Riley Ward born 1834 in Benton County Tennessee, son of Thomas Ward and Elizabeth Greer. He died in 1897 Williamson County, Illinois. Picture take in Civil War uniform. He survived Andersonville.

Submitted by
Mary Gibson
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Martha Ellen Britton Ward holding son Johnny taken 1911. She died in 1914 at age 28.

Submitted by
Mary Gibson
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Martha Ward and daughter Louisa. Martha born 1840 died 1914. She was the daughter of Robert and Frances Ward. Her husband Thomas Allen Ward was the son of Thomas Ward and Elizabeth Greer

Submitted by
Mary Gibson
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Thomas Riley Ward b.25 Nov. 1874, the son of Joseph Riley Ward and his family.

Starting at the top left, Orval Monroe b.19Sep 1921;Mathew James b.9 Jun. 1925; Sylvester Joe Riley b.25 Dec.1927;Delores Alberta b.2 Aug. 1929; Thomas Riley b.in Dist. 6 Benton County, TN; Pearl Elizabeth McMcane b. 9 Sep. 1890; Mary Elizabeth b.1 Mar. 1931; Devie b.10 Feb. 1924

Courtesy of
Kimmel Kinion
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Nolan Jesse Warren, Reva Holland, Tom Farrar & Effie Sykes
Courtesy of
Barbara Warren Shelhart
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Nolan J Warren, Reva (Holland) Warren
Front l-r
Louise Warren, Ruben Warren, Elvis Warren
Courtesy of
Barbara Warren Shelhart
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John Armstrong Waters and Nancy Allen Waters (second wife). John A. Waters was born 1 Aug 1837; died 11 Apr 1894. Nancy Allen Waters was born12 Nov 1845; died 2 Feb 1919. They were married on 4 Feb 1869. They were both born in Benton County, TN. John Armstrong Waters served in Company E., 6th Tennessee Cavalry, U.S. during the Civil War. They are buried at Berry Cemetery, Big Sandy, TN.

Courtesy of
Larry Waters
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L to R Daisy Watts, Inez Burnett

Courtesy of
Betty Davis
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Rev. Eddie Watts and wife, Florence (Forrest) Watts
He was a Baptist Preacher in Benton County.

Courtesy of
Betty Davis
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James Miles Webb
Pastor at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Waverly between 1901 and 1903.
Submitted by
Darlene (Morrisette) Curtis
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James David Wilson & Jane Brewer Wilson
Courtesy of
JPieke

Drew and Effy White House


Submitted by Beula Mattox
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William Henderson Wilson 1847 - 1929 & Maryanne (Meyers) 1860 - 1945
Buried - McRae's Cemetery
Courtesy of

Norma Watson
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William Henderson Wilson 1847 - 1929 & Maryanne (Meyers) 1860 - 1945
Buried - McRae's Cemetery
Courtesy of

Norma Watson
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Bertie Woods - Born about 1889 in Holladay TN (c.1900) Courtesy of
Bill Hastings
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Leslie Barrow Woods
Holladay Tennessee (c.1925) Courtesy of
Bill Hastings
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Bessi Hobbs then (Briggs) Wyatt, Ella May (Mitchell) Jarrell and Unknown
(c. 1899)
Submitted by
Darlene (Morrisette) Curtis
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Picture Made 1890 - 1900
Left to Right
R.B. Rogers (Magistrate of Benton County Court; Thomas Clarke Rye (Later Governor of Tennessee 1915 - 1919); James C. Wyly (Prominent Merchant of Camden)
Courtesy of
E.J. & Frances Sims
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J J Wyly Store, Camden, TN
Courtesy of
Brett Lashlee

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