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Petree Family
Info submitted by Tracey Petree-Bradley

 

Rosa Hamblin was the wife first of Joseph E Petree.
Rosa was born 13 Jan 1880 died 4 Dec 1945. probably in Campbell Tennessee.

In the 1920 census of Civil District 1, Campbell, Tennessee, Rosa Petrey is listed close to Mike McCuley/McCullah. Both owned farms and Mike McCuley/McCullah is married. By the 1930 census Mike and Rosa have married.

In the 1920 and 1930 census Joe is shown in the Eastern State Hospital in Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee.

Joseph and Rosa had a son Wymer Petree born 1-28-1826 and died 3-11-1945.
Wymer married Florida Richerson  from Campbell Co TN. Born 10-22-1904 and expired 11-2-1944

Wymer is buried in Pond Cemetery next to his wife Florida in LaFollette, TN. (see Pond Cemetery census below)

They had 9 children. (Barbara, Mary, Elaine, Effie, Newman, Bud, David, Lee, Joe)

Wymer and Florida Petree were Lee's parents. Both parents died in 1944-1945 and their children were sent to live in an orphanage in Sevierville TN.

Lee Petree and Edith (Bailey) Petree had six children (Ray, Phyis, Darlene, David, Glen and Francine). The pictuers below of Lee and Edith Petree are at Alder Springs, I think.

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Above: Edith (Bailey) Petree and Lee Petree

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Obit for Edith Petree

Wymer

Pond Cemetery Census With Petree Graves

 


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