The following items appeared in the June 17, 1882 issue of the Blount County Democrat. Dr. SANDERS, who spent some time in our community last year, and returned to his home in Iowa, is now stationed at Knoxville. The Dr. paid our town a visit last Saturday. Mr. J.L. LOWE, left
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Mrs. Kidd, a very old widow woman, died yesterday morning. She was recently attacked with paralysis and at her advanced age soon passed away. Source: 12 Jul 1888 issue of the Tennessee Daily Journal and Journal and Tribune
CATES, Charles T. Jr., lawyer; born Maryville, Tenn., March 6, 1863; son of Charles T. and Martha V. (Kidd) CATES; father’s occupation, lawyer; received his primary education at the New Providence academy, Maryville, Tenn. graduated from Maryville College 1881 with degree of B.A.; received degree of L.L.D. in 1909; taught school
From Maryville — Mrs. KIDD, a very old widow woman, died yesterday morning. She was recently attacked with paralysis, and at her advanced age soon passed away. Source: Daily Journal and Daily Tribune of Knoxville, TN – 7 Jul 1888
Will dated 16 Mar 1923. August term 1923. Names mentioned include: L.C. Harris (wife) Will T. Harris Mary Maude Brakebill Blanche Kidd Charlie Cates Chipman C.A. Harris J. Frank Harris Chas. Brakebill A.B. McTeer Geo. E. Williams View online with free registration.
On the Ancestry mailing list for Blount County, Caleb Tefetter shared the following article from the August 11, 1911 issue of the Maryville Enterprise. This is just one of three articles he posted. Visit the forum for more details! Maryville Enterprise, Friday, August 11, 1911, Page 1: “Logan’s Chapel—A Sketch. A Historical
Charles T. Cates, Sr. One of the old members of the bar of east Tennessee, Colonel Cates lacks only two years of having completed a half century as a lawyer. He has had a varied and useful life, and has been a soldier, lawyer, legislator, and otherwise identified with the