Tom Sisco Tue Aug 13 06:36:20 1996
I'm looking for any information about the SISCO, RILEY, RAPER, DRAPER, or related families in JACKSON, CLAY, MACON, and ROANE Counties. The years are 1800 to 1880. Specifically I would like more information about Sanders Sisco Sr., Sanders Sisco Jr., Jacob Sisco, Jaiole Sisco (only reference is 1830 census), and William D. (Doctor?) Sisco, Mollie B. Sisco. William and Mollie supposedly married each other, Elizabeth Raper or Draper, Mary Kirby and William Henry Sisco.

Carl Lee Thu Aug 22 07:20:37 1996
BROWN: Searching for info on Joel and Mathew Brown. Joel was early 1800 settler in Overton County. Matt was his son, died between censuses of 1900 and 1910. He had m. Sara Bybee, and they had five girls starting with Ada. Sara d. in Smith County in mid-30s.

David L. Beckwith Fri Sep 6 01:46:55 1996
I have an Alexander T. Ridenour born about 1805 died 1844 married Sara T. Lay born about 1810 died 1849. I have circumstantial evidence that Alexander T's father was Martin Ridenour born 1778 in Maryalnd died 1838 in Clay County, Tennessee and mother was Sarah Clark born in Orange County, North Carolina married 2 May 1799 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Sarah Clark's father was William Clark who died 17 May 1799 in Well's Station, Anderson County, Tennessee when "a band of Indians fired upon Judge Campbell's party killing William Clack. Martin Ridenour, one of the party, had four bullet holes through his hunting shirt." William Clark's widow's name was Lucy. Alexander T. and Sara T. (Lay) Ridenour were born in Campbell County, TN.

William C. Johnson Sat Sep 7 23:17:07 1996
I am researching my grandfathers family (William Thomas Johnson) He was born in 1899 in Willow Grove. Married Gracie Pearl Albertson In Lilleydale in 1923. I believe his parents to have been Richard M. Johnson and Sarah/Sallie Draper. Richard died in 1922 in Shipley, Ky. Sarah died 1930 in Hartsville. I need help going back to the next generation. Any help appreciated.

Jim Sanders Tue Sep 10 19:00:25 1996
To extend my knowledge of father's side; Warren Ernest Sanders, born Sept 15, 1901 in Clay Co. TN. Father was Thomas E. Sanders. Mother's name unknown. Another son, brother to Warren, may have been James. Mr & Mrs Thomas E. Sanders moved to Henryetta, OK sometime before 1930. Warren Ernest Sanders married Margaret Sheldon in Oklahoma City, Sept 9, 1935. Divorced in 1937. Any leads greatly appreciated.

Dawna Vicars Tue Sep 17 18:17:59 1996
I'm looking for ancesters of FUGATE, James W. b. abt 1817 in Clairborne CO. m. Nancy ? b. abt 1822 in Lee Co. VA. Children : Jane Fugate b. 1837 Henry Clinton Fugate b. 1839 Gemima Fugate b. 1841-44, m. John R. VICARS abt 1862 Jasper Newton Fugate b. 1843-45 Mary Fugate b. 1845 Matilda Fugate b. 1850 Martha Fugate b 1858 Any info on line would be appreciated.

Greg Gonzales Fri Sep 27 13:04:00 1996
Henson/Hinson Would like to exchange information on the Hensons of Clay County. Is there a relationship with the Henry Hinson, Sr. family of Overton County, TN? Henry and Elizabeth Griffin Hinson were in Overton County in 1850 with a large family.

Karen M Raichle Thu Sep 26 12:17:43 1996
MAHANEY & BOWMAN FAMILIES IN CLAY CO Looking to trade info with anyone researching family of JAMES M MAHANEY and REBECCA BOWMAN. James was born in Clay co MO circa 1835. Rebecca was born in Monroe CO KY circa 1846. They married in Perry Co IL 11 Feb 1864. Had daughter Lizzie C born in Perry Co IL 1865. Family was in Jackson Co, TN by 1870 census. Lived in that portion that became CLAY CO in 1880. May have moved back to ILLINOIS, perhaps to Franklin CO IL by 1900. Any help appreciated in tracing them after 1880. Would love to share what I have. James was the son of RANSOM P MAHANEY and KATHERINE ANDERSON of Jackson Co, TN. Rebecca was the daughter of ANDREW BOWMAN and ELIZABETH (?) of Monroe CO, KY

Philip Qualls Thu Oct 3 16:54:05 1996
Qualls, Martin, I am looking for the family of my gg grandfather Martin Qualls, b. 22 Oct 1818 in Overton county d. 29 Nov 1858 in Carroll county Arkansas.

Kathy Sehon Jones Sun Oct 13 07:39:58 1996
I am seeking any information on the Seehorn, Seahorn, Sehorn, Sehorne, Sehon family. I do know that they came here from Germany in the mid 1700's, Nicholas Seehorn (Zahaun) was the first known member in the states. Any help would be appreciated.