By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2000


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July 2, 1881

LYDIA RIGNEY daughter of Levi and Huldah Hines, born near Knoxville, Tenn., January 1, 1794; moved to Alabama in 1809; married Henry Rigney (died March 30, 1832), September 28, 1817; joined Methodist Church in 1834; died near Maysvil1e, Alabama, November 23, 1880.

HARRIETT QUILLIN born November 20, 1800; daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Gyer; moved to Scott Co., Va. in 1822; she was raised on Cherokee Creek, Washington Co., Tenn.; died March 22, 1881.

BENJAMIN BLANTON PATRICK born in Georgia, December 10, 1803; died Tallapoosa Co., Ala., March 3, 1881.

MARY C. HOWARD daughter of Thomas and Mary Butler, wife of Peola Howard, born Tipton Co., Tenn., 1818; married December 23, 1841; died April 15, 1881.

ELIZA WRIGHT ESTES born February 14, 1804; married Thomas Estes, January 1829; died April 10, 1881.


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July 9, 1881

CAROLINE J. BAISE daughter of Joshua Hickey, born Knoxville, Tenn., April 10, 1822; died Cumberland Co., Ky., March 18, 1881; married (1) John T. Johnston, April 9, 1835, three sons, one daughter; (2) James Baise, May 21, 1845, five sons, two daughters.

EMILY CARTWRIGHT BROWN widow of Aris Brown, born October 26, 1810; died recently.

ELIZABETH SEAY born September 19, 1811; died May 9, 1881; daughter of Charles Ledbetter, sister of Rufus and Wiley Ledbetter; wife of Daniel Seay whom she married September 5, 1832.

NANCY R. LANIER daughter of L. S. and Aranthy J. Woods, born March 15, 1829; married James M. Lanier, November 9, 1843; died in Lavinia, Tenn., May 8, 1881.

The Rev. N. H. LEE born Campbell Co., Virginia, April 29, 1816; son of Andrew and Elizabeth Lee; moved to now-Barren Co., Ky. in 1822; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1838; member of Kentucky Methodist Conference; sometime president of Loyal Female College; died Russellville, Ky., June 14, 1881; burial in Maple Grove Cemetery.


July 16, 1881

NANCY LEACH wife of Lewis M. Leach, died Trinity College, No. Carolina, May 13, 1881 in her 78th year of age; married May 23, 1826; mother of seven children.

Dr. H. G. WOODFIN died May 24, 1881 in his 70th year of age. Franklin, N. C.

MARY A. BROOKSHIRE, nee Sallus, born in Tenn., February 28, 1803; died Graves Co., Ky., May 31, 1881.

PEGGIE A. HANES born Macon Co., Tenn., November 8, 1814; died May 19, 1881; daughter of William Carr of Macon Co., Tennessee.

LUDLOW LAWRENCE COOK born Bowling Green, Ky., October 18, 1813; died there, April 27, 1881; married Kate Walton, April 29, 1846; several children.

LOUISA J. FLEMING wife of Thompson Fleming; daughter of Richard and Jane Harris, born Louisa Co., Va., November 10, 1815; married November 12, 1833; moved to Maury Co., Tenn. in the spring of 1834; died "sitting in her chair" /no date given/.

JOSEPH A. MOORE born Graves Co., Ky., April 16, 1813; married H. R. Burlock, September 20, 1835; died April 20, 1881.

ELIZABETH HILL, nee Carr, died May 25, 1881 aged about 72 years. LaFayette, Alabama.

Dr. JAMES WESLEY LIVELY born Amherst Co., Virginia, September 19, 1809; moved to Ky. in 1816; married Harriet Turner, August 1, 1833; graduate, Transylvania University, 1847; died recently.


July 23, 1881

Colonel WILLIAM H. CHAMBERS born Eatonton, Ga., November 25, 1826; died Auburn, Ala., July 4, 1881; lawyer.

The Rev. J. W. P. McKENZIE died in Clarksville, Texas, June 20, 1881, a retired member of the North Texas Conference; moved to Texas in 1839; founded McKenzie College in 1840.

Mrs. ELIZABETH DERNBAUGH born Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania, September 7, 1813; moved to Alabama; died near Trinity, Ala., June 6, 1881.

E. F. CHURCH son of R. and F. Church, born October 28, 1820; died June 8, 1881.

Dr. W. K. KIRK born near Lancaster, So. Carolina, March 24, 1827; died Lamar Co., Ala., May 19, 1881; graduate, University of New Orleans, 1851; married (1) Amanda Hurston, 1853, three daughters; (2) Mary Brown, August 1, 1869, three children.


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July 30, 1881

L. M. LOWRY, nee Helm born Washington Co., Ky., November 28, 1804; died near Lewisport, Ky., June 13, 1881 of cancer; married (1) Roberts, two sons; (2) Lowry, three daughters, one son.

BARNEY C. POWERS born in No. Carolina, March 1, 1811; moved to Tenn. where he died, June 11, 1881. Yellow Creek, Montgomery Co., Tennessee.

W. W. BRIGGS born Hickman Co., Tenn., April 11, 1819; married Caroline Grimmet, May 17, 1845; died April 16, 1881.

THOMAS HUTCHISON born Williamson Co., Tenn., May 1, 1814; died May 1, 1881.

RACHEL BURNS daughter of Major Andrew Borden, born Randolph Co., Ill., April 2, 1830; married Marquis L. Burns, May 5, 1859; died June 30, 1881; joined Methodist Church on January 14, 1873.

ELEANOR P. RIVES born Mecklenburg Co., Va., April 28, 1820; died Montgomery Co. Tenn., June 21, 1881.

HENRY EELBECK born Tarboro, No. Carolina, 1794; died recently aged 87 years.

ROSANNAH H. SHELTON wife of H. P. Shelton, daughter of Joseph and Letitia Grayson, born January 6, 1825; married October 9, 1845; died February 23, 1881; mother of nine children.

FETNAH A. GIBSON, nee Hubbell, wife of the Rev. Thomas Gibson, born June 21, 1809; died May 30, 1881.

B. J. ROSS, Livingston Co., Ky., born April 18, 1818; died April 27, 1881.


August 6, 1881

MALINDA RILEY died Dalton, Ga., June 28, 1881 in her 68th year of age; native of Tennessee.

ELIZABETH C. TRAVIS daughter of Able and Cindy Johnson, born Montgomery Co., Tenn., 1820; married Dudley Travis, Stewart Co., Tenn., April 11, 1839; moved to Calloway Co., Ky. in 1860 where she died October 30, 1880; mother of three children.

CHARLES DUNNING born August 15, 1811; died Henderson, Ky., May 20, 1881; married (1) Susan Tibbey, November 10, 1828; (2) Elizabeth Wright, September 14, 1854.

MARY L. COX daughter of William and Elizabeth Watson, born in Tenn., Sept. 5, 1809; married the Rev. E. C. Cox, July 14, 1835 and moved to Texas in 1850; died May 28, 1881. Tribute of Respect in her memory by fellow church-folk at Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church, Leon Co., Texas; dated July 17, 1881.

MARTHA NASH daughter of William and Elizabeth Jones, born October 10, 1815; married Peter W. Nash, August 11, 1848; died May 7, 1881.

Mrs. ELIZABETH NICHOL born Bardstown, Ky., February 2, 1789; died near Franklin Tenn., July 24, 1881.

SUSAN JANE PINKSTON born Muhlenburg Co., Ky., March 13, 1813; died Daviess Co., Ky., July 3, 1881; burial in Pleasant Grove Churchyard.

MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON GUTHRIE born December 18, 1819; married William B. Guthrie, November 16, 1843; died Wilson Co., Tenn., May 25, 1881.


August 13, 1881

JAMES H. HUFFINGTON born Cabel1 Co., Va., April 17, 1830; died Covington, Ky., July 13, 1881.

SUSAN BIBLY, nee Blanton, wife of Eli Bibly, Chambers Co., Ala., born Edgefield Dist., So. Carolina, November 10, 1806; married September 30, 1834; died July 10, 1881.


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THOMAS DARNALL born in Maryland, May 24, 1799; died Fleming Co., Ky., July 12, 1881.

W. I. REYNOLDS died Clarksville, Tenn., July 6, 1881 aged 59 years; native of Logan Co., Kentucky.

Mrs. A. L. McCREIGHT died Louisville, Ky., July 3, 1881 aged between 65 and 70 years old.

WILLIAM MILAM TURNER born Lincoln Co., Tenn., June 4, 1826; married Eliza C. E. Carter, October 13, 1852; joined Methodist Church in 1874; died April 4, 1881, Colbert Co., Alabama.

ELIZABETH SWIFT born Robertson Co., Tenn., September 18, 1807; died July 3, 1881; married Anthony A. Swift, April 19, 1827; mother of seven children.

JAMES LEACH died Trinity College, July 7, 1881 aged 83 years, 5 months and 2 days old; married Margaret Mendenhall in March 1823; joined Methodist Church in 1831; three of his daughters had married Methodist preachers.


August 20, 1881

HENRY HOLLIS HORTON born in So. Carolina, April 10, 1812; died near Franklin, Tenn., July 26, 1881.

ELBRIDGE G. SEAWELL born August 26, 1822; married Sue Miller, April 1853; died June 28, 1881.

BENJAMIN T. SPEARMAN born Heard co., Ga., December 16, 1830; died DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, July 16, 1881.

Dr. JAMES W. LIVELY died June 13, 1881 in his 72nd year.

Dr. WILLIAM L. TURNER died July 1, 1881 aged about 60 years; brother-in-law of David Marton, Taylor Co., Kentucky.


August 27, 1881

MATTHEW VASSAR born at Poughkeepsie, New York, 1809; died August 10, 1881; Vassar College founded by his uncle, Matthew Vassar.

FRANCES GOODE WEATHERFORD, nee Hooper, wife of William Weatherford, born Dinwiddie Co., Va., May 1806; died Port Royal, Tenn., August 1, 1881; converted "to God in Caswel1 Co., N. C. "

NANCY JOHNSON born Haywood Co., No. Carolina, July 16, 1809; died July 12, 1881; married Joseph Johnson in 1828; mother of nine children.

MARY M. VARNON daughter of James C. and Eunice G. Reed, born Gwinett Co., Ga., April 11, 1822; died July 30, 1881.

LANDON HARRISON born Rockingham Co., No. Carolina, April 5, 1790; died in Dickson Co., Tenn., June 27, 1881 at residence of son, George Harrison; married Sarah A. Burgett of Virginia.


September 3, 1881

ELIJAH KERR born in York Dist., So. Carolina, 1802; married Sarah E. Hanna, January 22, 1830; joined Methodist Church in 1831; moved to Alabama in

January 1836; married (2) Mrs. Nancy C. Hood, November 30, 1876; died April 16, 1881.

MARY ANN TURNER, nee Box, wife of William A. Turner, born Fayette Co., Ala., February 26, 1830; died Lamar Co., Ala., July 4, 1881.

ALFRED B. WEBB son of Imoe & Harriet P. Webb, died in Fla., August 6, 1881 in his 64th year of age; pro1essed religion at age 18 in Granville Co., N. C.; married Jane E. Montague, Wayne Co., Tenn., 1845; two daughters; two sons.

[Note: Alfred Booker Webb (1818-1881}of Person Co., N. C. and Marion Co., Fla.; married Elizabeth Jane Montague; son of ISAAC and Harriet Phillips Dickins (Webb), Person Co., N. C. and Smith County, Tennessee. See. WEBB KIN OF DIXIE, by W. J. Webb, Oxford, N. C., 1940, page 63.]


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JANE JONES, nee Blakenship, born Richmond, Va., 1797; married Lewis Jones (died December 16, 1876); mother of ten children; died Cumberland Co., Ky., August 3, 1881.


September 10, 1881

The Rev. J. L. WALLACE born Montgomery Co., No. Carolina, October 9, 1826; died Graves Co., Ky., June 11, 1881; licensed to preach in Methodist Church August 16, 1856; ordained deacon November 10, 1861; ordained elder November 17, 1867.

MARTHA CARR born No. Carolina, March 19, 1799 and moved with parents to Sumner Co., Tenn.; married John S. Carr, October 9, 1823; died August 5, 1881.

ALFRED MILLER born May 5, 1811; died Sacramento, Ky., March 26, 1881; married (1) Angeline Stringer, October 10, 1833; (2) Elizabeth Dossett, Feb. 2, 1860.

FREEMAN W. MITCHELL born February 8, 1816; married Ruth Cloyes, March 22, 1849; died July 24, 1881.


September 17, 1881

WILLIAM H. COLEY born in No. Carolina, 1810; moved to Tenn. in 1820; joined Methodist Church in 1835; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1855; died January 10, 1881.

JOHN BLACK born Rutledge Co., Tenn., March 22, 1818; died in the asylum in Hopkinsville, Ky., March 6, 1881.

KITTIE CONNELL daughter of Lemuel and Elizabeth Tinin, Davidson Co., Tenn., born January 10, 1812; married Giles Connel1, January 24, 1832; died July 12, 1881.

MARY C. PHILPOT born November 17, 1819; married Joseph B. Bryson, October 29, 1840; died April 18, 1881.

HANNAH LEWIS born Hancock Co., Ky., March 30, 1811; married (1) Benoni House, July 9, 1830; (2)Francis Lewis, April 27, 1852; died July 31, 1881.


September 24, 1881

The Rev. JOHN C. COSBY born Barren Co., Ky., February 12, 1824; died June 12, 1881; married Sal1ie Vantress; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1850; ordained deacon in 1854; ordained elder in 1858; seven children.

ELIZABETH POYNER daughter of James and Eleanor Poyner, born April 20, 1801; died August 31, 1881; resided with her brother, the Rev. J. C. Poyner.

ISABELLA FERMEL widow of Francis M. Fermel, born 1814; died July 14, 1881.

REBECCA RUSSELL died near Scottsboro, Ala., July 15, 1881 aged 77 years; a son lived in Arkansas and three daughters "were left alone and poor"; the oldest daughter an invalid.

NICHOLAS GRIBBS born in Virginia, April 10, 1810; died Giles Co., Tenn., April 19, 1881.


October 1, 1881

FIELDING NEEL born Shelby Co., Ky., April 19, 1819; died September 8, 1881; his parents died of cholera in 1833; a self-made man; served as a J. P. and a sometime member of the Kentucky legislature, an active Methodist layman.

SUSAN BULLARD daughter of the Rev. William Mizelle, born Jones Co., Ga., August 7, 1818; married Daniel Bullard, August 27, 1835; died Chambers Co., Ala., May 3, 1881; mother of ten children.


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MARTHA SIMPSON, nee Wright, born Hawkins Co., Tenn., February 15, 1815; married G. G. Simpson, May 27, 1841; moved to Texas in 1869; died August 9, 1881.


October 8, 1881

LIPSCOMB P. McMURRY born Smith Co., Tenn., July 9, 1816; moved to Gibsun Co., Tenn. in 1855 where he died July 22, 1881.

MARY GILL born Sullivan Co., Tenn., February 13, 1800; died Blount Co., Ala., August 31, 1881; sister of the Rev. John Foust.


October 15, 1881

JAMES STEWART born Williamson Co., Tenn., November 22, 1815; died Davidson Co., Tenn., August 3, 1881; joined Methodist Church at Beech Grove in 1837; married (1) Louisa Wray in 1840; (2) Mrs. Martha G. Williams (nee Fulghum), January 1, 1846.

ELIZABETH T. STOVALL, nee Rickman, born November 28, 1791; died Trousdale Co., Tenn., August 31, 1881; her sister, Mrs. Nancy Carter, is mentioned.


October 22, 1881

ELIHU JENKINS born near Bowling Green, Ky., July 27, 1830; died Louisvi11e, Ky., August 4, 1881; married (1) Mary A. Burnham; (2) Margaret A. Richardson.

NANCY OWEN daughter of Captain John McClure, born Rutherford Co., No. Caro1ina, 1816; married Robert H. Owen in 1837; joined Methodist Church in 1848; died Jefferson Co., Ala., May 28, 1881.

MARY A. BELL wife of Gen. T. H. Be11, born Sumner Co., Tenn., January 22, 1820; died Fresno Co., Ca1ifornia, September 20, 1881.

RUTH SIMONTON daughter of W. W. Potter, born Gi1es Co., Tenn., August 8, 1830; died Shannon, Miss., September 15, 1881; married Colonel J. M. Simonton.

ELIZA YOUNG, nee McE1wain, born January 31, 1812; died Logan Co., Ky., July 31, 1881; joined Cumberland Presbyterian Church and later the Methodist Church.


October 29, 1881

LEANNAR GRIFFITH born Jones Co., Ga., September 11, 1826; moved to Cherokee Co., Ala.; married William Griffith, September 15, 1859; died Etowah Co., Ala., September 25, 1881.

ROWLAND LAWSON BRANDON born Halifax Co., Va., March 17, 1820; married A. E. Wade, November 1842; four children; died August 22, 1881.

SARAH JANE CARSON wife of the Rev. S. B. Carson of North Mississippi Methodist Conference, born Maury Co., Tenn., August 16, 1818; daughter of William and Elizabeth Hanks; died August 11, 1881.

Captain RICHARD ROBERTS born in Virginia, June 20, 1826; died August 10, 1881.

DUNSTAN BANKS born Elbert Co., Ga., December 10, 1800; died Lowndes Co., Miss., September 2, 1881; married Lucretia Webb, December 10, 1833; moved from Ala. to Columbus, Miss. in January 1835.

MARY COULSON daughter of Leroy and Mary Hammons, born in Warren Co., Tenn., April 18, 1817; married Bartlett M. Coulson, May 26, 1836; died Warren Co., Tenn., June 3, 1881.


November 5, 1881

THOMAS RALPH SEARS born Granville Co., No. Carolina, March 23, 1810; son of John and Mary Sears; married Elizabeth R. White, July 30, 1833; she died May 2, 1879; he died October 10, 1881.


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ELIZABETH FARMER born Person Co., No. Carolina, June 15, 1792; died Florence, Alabama, October 13, 1881; married Thomas Farmer in the fall of 1814; in 1818/19 they moved to Lauderdale Co., Alabama.

ROBERT B. HURT, 1821-1881:
Robert B. Hurt was born in Halifax county, Va., in the year 1821, and died of cancer of the face , near the city of Jackson, Tenn., Aug. 31, 1881. He was married, June 1, 1843, to Susan A. Deberry, a noble Christian woman, who still lives. In 1852 he buried a lovely child. This bereavement, together with his personal illness which soon followed, was sanctified by God’s grace to his religious awakening, and calmly reviewing his condition and his relations to his Maker, he resolved to consecrate himself to God. Shortly thereafter, with an unwavering purpose, he united with the M. E. Church, South, in the city of Jackson, where he lived henceforth an exemplary life, honored, respected, and beloved by his brethren and all good citizens. Brother Hurt was no ordinary man. Intellectually, he was far above the average, having a mind with a strong judicial cast, keen, discriminating, incisive, capable of the highest effort. Had he turned his attention to the legal profession, he might have attained to eminence, and rivaled the ablest jurists of the State. As it was, his advice was often sought on legal questions, and was highly prized on any subject. He was twice elected a member of the State Legislature, and filled several other public offices, in all of which he exhibited great ability, and a fidelity which secured the praise of those who had entrusted him with the responsibilities of office. In every department of life he was marked for leadership, and his neighbors and friends were not slow to recognize it. On all public occasions, and in all public enterprises, he was called to the front, and his counsels usually prevailed. Socially he was distinguished for many excellences. He was a considerable man. Time, place, circumstances, and all the proprieties of an occasion were taken in by his orderly mind, and so appropriated by his loving heart, that no idle speech or incongruous reference was ever made by him, calculated to wound the tenderest sensibilities, or to disturb the equanimity of the most uncomposed. Possessing a fine physique, and a knightly bearing, but with a gentleness of manner approaching to womanly grace, he was the center of attraction in every social circle, and drew men to him who became lasting in their friendship. In dispensing the hospitalities of his own well-ordered home, in which with such a soul he could but delight, he was always the courtly gentleman, discharging the duties of host with an ease and grace, with which dignity and love were so beautifully blended, that he became a positive benediction to his guests. In his family, as husband and father, he was gentle, without weakness; strong, without severity; firm, without obstinacy; loving, tender, wise, guiding and controlling his household with discretion. In his religious life he was not demonstrative, and was never what might be technically called a worker in the Church, although he worked much in his own quiet way, and did more in composing difficulties and uniting friends that had been separated, than almost any other. He was emphatically a peace-maker. Being so much in public life, and having so much to do with the men of the world and its affairs, the fear that his motives might be impugned, had much more influence than he was probably aware of, in restraining the natural order of his temperament, and checking the exhibition of that religious emotion which he often felt in his heart. Differently surrounded, he would doubtless have been enthusiastic in his religious life. As it was, he was quiet, unobtrusive, devout, and faithful, loving God and his fellow-man. His affliction was long and unusually painful. For seven years he was a sufferer—five years an intense sufferer—suffering than I thought it possible for man to endure; but in it all he murmured not. He often said, "I cannot understand it, but it is all right." In his last years he grew daily more patient and resigned, more prayerful and heavenly minded. His affliction thus brought him nearer to God, even face to face, where he communed with him out of his soul from day to day. For a long time no minister, or layman accustomed to pray in public, was allowed to leave his house without praying with him, and those who have heard his hearty Amens felt assured that in the sincerity of his soul he was talking with God, and felt his acceptance with him. Toward the close of his pilgrimage, he said to his wife, "When I am gone, you can say I am at rest." Yes, at rest forever!

J. H. Evans
Jackson, Tenn., Oct 17, 1881


November 12, 1881

CAROLINE E. TURRENTINE born Brunswick Co., Virginia, 1822; married December 3, 1837; died Gadsden, Ala., July 24, 1881.

WILLIAM H. "Uncle Billy" YOUNG son of Dr. John and Mary Young, born Sumner Co., Tenn., April 3, 1807; died Logan Co., Ky., September 14, 1881.

GEORGE CHRISMAN born Fayette Co., Ky., August 5, 1807; married Sarah H. Morrison, August 20, 1835; three children, one, Mary, surviving; moved in 1870 from Ky. to McLean Co., Illinois where he died September 17, 1881.

NANCY JANE LAMAR daughter of John and Margaret Butler, wife of W. R. Lamar, born February 2, 1805; married June 12, 1854; died Lauderdale Co., Ala., July 11, 1881.

SARAH JACKSON wife of James Jackson, born Smith co., Tenn., March 23, 1810; died October 15, 1881.


November 19, 1881

W. C. CLAITOR born Rutherford Co., Tenn., 1810; moved to Miss. in 1844; died July 27, 1881 near Kosciusko, Miss.

GEORGE N. GREEN born Warren Co., Tenn., January 15, 1798; died October 15, 1881. His wife, SALUTA SULLIVAN GREEN, born Hardin Co., Tenn., June 18, 1807; married in 1828;


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died August 21, 1881; moved in 1833 to Tippah Co., Miss. where they lived until they died.

EDWARD M. DONNEL born November l3, 1797, Washington Co., Ky.; died October 7, l88l, Limestone Co., Alabama.


November 26, 1881

The Rev. BURR HAMILTON McCOWN, D. D., born Bardstown, Ky., October 29, 1806; son of Alexander McCown, veteran of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812; graduate, St. Joseph's College in Bardstown; taught school, including Transylvania University; married (1) Mary M. Thompson; (2) Mrs. P. D. Buford; died near Anchorage, Ky., August 29, 1881.

JULIA F. BROWNING born Rutherford Co., Tenn., 1825; died Humboldt, Tenn., September 10, 1881.


December 3, 1881

MARTHA WILLIAM SYKES born Greenville, Virginia, May 8, 1815; married James Sykes, 1830; died August 19, 1881.

CYNTHIA COUART died near Chattanooga, Tenn., September 15, 1881 aged 73 years; a close family connection of John Ross, the Indian leader; her father was a "white man."

ELIZABETH BOXLEY died Gibson Co., Tenn., September 13, 1881 in her 67th year of age.

Miss V. E. CARR born near Port Royal, Montgomery Co., Tenn., March 31, 1824; married J. T. Atkins, December 22, 1840; died Montgomery Co., Tenn., September 27, 1881.


December 10, 1881

CHARLOTTE COLEMAN PIERSON born Montgomery, Ala., October 3, 1822; died May 5, 1881; daughter of Thomas Hatchett; mother's maiden name was Westcott; married A. B. Pierson, 1843; four daughters.

LYDIA B. PERKINS died Portland, Oregon, September 9, 1881 aged 71 years.

WILLIAM GOWEN born May 4, 1821; died October 1, 1881; married (1) Mary Ann Nunby, August 6, 1846; (2) Fransinal /sic/ C. Bradshaw, March 8, 1864. "He lived and died near Maysville, Madison County, Alabama."

WHITSON PAGE HEARN born April 12, 1820; died September 14, 1881.

ROBERT W. EASLEY born Humphreys Co., Tenn., April 2, 1820; died Fulton Co.,

Ky., August 10, 1881; joined Methodist Church in 1839; married Sallie Tyler, January 1, 1848; moved to Fulton Co., Ky. in 1840.


December 17, 1881

M. C. HANKINS born May 2, 1810; died November 2, 1881.

JAMES A. NEELY born February 29, 1816; died Rutherford Co., Tenn., September 16, 1881.

Dr. B. W. CLEMENT born Granville Co., No. Carolina, 1813; married (1) E. H. Lock,

June 22, 1843, one daughter; (2) C. E. Matthews, December 22, 1858, three sons; died near Humboldt, Tennessee, November 7, 1881.


December 24, 1881

LUCY A. LEWIS born Hardin Co., Ky., July 25, 1822; daughter of Achilles and Elizabeth J. Moremen; died July 24, 1880; married December 19, 1839, Dr. D. B. Lewis.

L. D. EVANS born DeKalb Co., Tenn., July 3, 1826; died September 17, 1881.

SOPHIA FREIRSEY /sic/ wife of John Freirsey, born Franklin Co., Va., 1798; died October 29, 1881; moved to Warren County about 38 years ago.


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LOU T. SCARBOROUGH son of Andrew and Sarah C1ark, born January 21, 1825; married A. D. Scarborough, October 5, 1847; mother of three chi1dren; died near Brentwood, Tenn., October 21, 1881.

SUSAN T. BOZARTH wife of John G. Bozarth, born Daviess Co., Ky., August 13, 1823; died Hancock Co., Ky., October 15, 1881.


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