GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS
THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1890-1893
By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2002
January 7, 1892
MARTIN L. S. ROBB born July 19, 1828; died Sept. 11, 1891; "gentle and quiet in his life."
JOHN W. OSBURN son of J. N. Osburn died Aug. 21, 1891; teacher in West Point, Miss.; parents lived in Nashville, Tenn.
ADA VIOLA BERRY daughter of S. W. and Mary A. Berry born Nov. 13, 1868; died Gylesville, Ala., Sept. 8, 1891.
"Grandma" BALTHENIA BOSTICK ANDREWS born in N.C. near the Va. line, May 13, 1800; died Oct. 30, 1891; married James Andrews in 1846; no children but made her home with stepchildren and grandchildren. "She lived until worn out."
IDA MAY BRYAN infant daughter of M. and Ida May Bryan born Mar. 30, 1891; died Fayette Co., Tenn., Aug. 13, 1891 in residence of grandfather, L. A. Scarbrough.
EVA JONES infant daughter of Joe and Rebecca Jones born June 19, 1890; died Oct. 28, 1891.
ELLEN M. HORTON, nee Ewing, born Scott Co., Va. on the Big Moccasion, Nov. 21, 1821; married W. P. Horton, Sept. 23, 1857; died Gate City, Va., Sept. 29, 1891.
MARGARET E. SMITH daughter of James S. and Martha Ford, born Giles Co., Tenn., Oct. 25, 1851; moved with parents to Green Co., Ark. in 1855; died in The Infirmary, Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 4, 1891 and buried in Gainesville, Ark. cemetery. Her only sister mentioned, Mrs. Warren.
KATE MORRISON, nee McKinney, wife of Capt. T. J. Morrison, born St. Louis Co., Mo., Jan. 24, 1821; married Aug. 22, 149; died Walnut, Texas, Oct. 28, 1891.
SUSAN PENNINGTON widow of Robert Pennington, Cheatham Co., Tenn., born Mar. 6, 1812; died Oct. 31, 1891 in residence of stepson, J. R. Pennington.
Tribute of Respect for SAMUEL D. POWER who died recently; by Ashland City, Tenn. Methodist Sunday School; undated.
JOHN HALE born Smith Co., Tenn., Mar. 6, 1806; married (1) Nancy Barnett, Aug. 16, 1827; 9 children, 4 surviving him; (2) V. M. Gill in 1871; joined Methodist Church in 1823; died May 14, 1891.
ELBERT R. WIGGAL born Itawamba Co., Miss., Aug. 5, 1861; died Nettleton, Miss., Aug. 28, 1891; "a dutiful son."
WILLIAM T. CURRY born Pocahontas Co., West Va., Mar. 17, 1863; one of 11 children; moved to Ralls Co., Mo. in 1886; died Sept. 10, 1891; married Nora E. Richards, Sept. 12, 1889.
GEORGE HART HOLMES infant son of George and Jannie Holmes, born Sept. 4, 1890; died Nov. 5, 1891; Moscow, Tennessee.
WILLIE DARDEN born Feb. 25, 1876; died Aug. 9, 1891.
January 14, 1892
LEONORA C. SMITH born Mar. 12, 1825; died at Nashville Female Academy; married Colonel Granville P. Smith, lately deceased, Nov. 12, 1840; died Oct. 25, 1891 in residence of son-in-law, Chancellor Andrew Allison, Nashville; burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Names of some of her children were Nettie, George and Eugene.
HARRIET LEWIS born Rochdale, England Feb. 23, 1811; migrated to Paterson, N. J. in 1820 and to Covington, Ky. in 1828 where she married in Dec. 1835; died Oct. 10, 1891, Covington, Ky.
LOUISA L. HALL widow of the Rev. Willis Hall, born Person Co., N.C., Mar. 22, 1814; married Dec. 23, 1839; died Sharp Co., Ark., Nov. 21, 1891.
ELISHA HALTOM born Moore Co., N.C., June 18, 1806; died Chester Co., Tenn., Sept. 21, 1891; married Malisha Reynolds; (2) Amanda Roark. He had 9 children.
MARTHA A. BARNETT widow of the Rev. Joseph D. Barnett, Louisville Methodist Conference; born Jan. 5, 1819; died Aug. 30, 1891, Elizabethtown, Ky.; married in 1838.
Tribute of Respect for KATE ROBERTS wife of the Rev. Thomas A. Hearn who was a missionary to China since 1887; a son, ALFRED ROBERTS born July 11, 1891; she died July 20, 1891.
BLACKMAN A. RAMSEY son of William and Mary (Overall) Ramsey, born Rutherford Co., Tenn., 1819; died Mar. 24, 1891 in Gibson Co., Tenn.; married Eliza Jett; 8 children.
HARRIET daughter of Summers and Keturah HARPER born June 14, 1818; married Wesley Savely, Sept. 13, 1838; died Oct. 23, 1891.
C. ADDIE WOODWARD, nee Porter, born Feb. 4, 1834; married Rev. J. O. Woodward, Dec. 15, 1853; died Winston Co., Miss., Oct. 17, 1891.
ANN P. VERNON daughter of Rev. Joseph Moore, born Quantico, Md., Feb. 14, 1811; died Plant City, Fla., Oct. 14, 1891; moved with parents to Miss. Co., Ms where she married Isaac Vernon; a son, the Rev. I. A. Vernon; moved to live with this son from Ark. to Florida.
LEONA E. MUNN born Tippah Co., Miss., July 12, 1837; married George N. Munn, Dec. 16, 1886; a child, Hugh; she died Dec. 7, 1891 in Detroit, Michigan.
MARGARET L. wife of Vins A. MURRAY born Wilson Co., Tenn., June 14, 1837; married Nov. 2, 1859; died Nov. 10, 1891.
LYDIA CRANDALL, nee Parker, born Pike Co., Ark., Mar. 16, 1858; died June 5, 1891; married Dr. M. Y. Crandall, Dec. 26, 1879; 5 children.
LUZENA F. wife of W. A. HOLLAND, daughter of John and Carrie Hust, Humphreys Co., Tenn., born July 10, 1864; married Dec. 26, 1888; died Benton Co., Ark., Nov. 5, 1891.
JOHN M. F. STRAIN born Gibson Co., Tenn., April 12, 1843; died near Milan, Tenn., Dec. 6, 1891; had sole care of his widowed mother and sister for several years.
January 21, 1892
Rev. JOHN S. WILLIAMS born middle Tenn., Oct. 27, 1818; joined Methodist Church in 1826; was licensed to preach in the Methodist Church in Tennessee Methodist Conference later in the Indian Mission Methodist Conference; died in Wagener, Indian Territory, Nov. 23, 1891
POL. H. O. PHILIPSON, native of England, died Robertson Co., Tenn., Nov. 13, 1891 aged about 65 years.
W. B. MILLER son of Joseph and Mary B. Miller, born in Va., March 10, 1815; moved to Ky. when 18 years old; married Rosa E. Duncan, Jan. 19, 1841; 3 children. He died Feb. 17, 1891.
MATTIE JANE SIMS, nee Harris, born Gibson Co., Tenn., July 31, 1865; married Wilson Sims, Nov. 5, 1890; died Sept. 11, 1891.
J. J. HANBERY born Jan. 23, 1822; died Dec. 3, 1891.
GEORGE W. EAVES born Muhlenburg Co., Ky., April 1, 1822; died Greenville, Ky., Aug. 27, 1891; "very fond of reading"; a husband and father.
ELLA E. SISK daughter of E. E. and E. P. Johnson, born June 14, 1872; died Sept. 11, 1891; married C. B. Sisk 7 months before her death.
Judge E. T. TAYLOR died recently in his 78th year of age, Davidson Co., Tenn.; sometime justice of the peace and county judge; a half brother of Bishop H. H. Kavanaugh and Dr. B. T Kavanaugh.
CALLIE COLLINS youngest daughter of H. G. D. Collins born July 2, 1881; died Brownsville, Tenn., Oct. 22, 1891.
ROBERT R. BROWN born Cobb Co., Ga., July 4, 1848; died in Texas, Nov. 8, 1891.
AMELIA E. CONN died January 7, 1891.
J. CAVE ROGERS son of Samuel and Nancy Rogers born Giles Co., Tenn., Jan. 4, 1862; died Nov. 5 1891.
Dr. W. T. SMOOT born Christian Co., Ky., Aug. 16, 1841; died Greenville, Ky., Aug. 1, 1891; studied and then practiced medicine. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville, Ky.
LOU PORTER died Oct. 15, 1891, an "earnest worker in Carter's Creek Auxiliary."
"Sister" HOOKS born Anson Co., N.C., May 17, 1814; migrated to Henderson Co., Tenn.; married Kindle Hooks, Mar. 7, 1834; 12 children, 6 surviving her; she died Nov. 13, 1891.
MARIA BOYKIN born Sept. 19, 1812; died July 25, 1891; 4 sons, 2 daughters.
JAMES G. WILSON died Williamson Co., Tenn., Nov. 7, 1891 aged 4 years, 3 months and 14 days; son of William and Josie Wilson.
VIOLA COVINGTON, nee Jernigan, wife of John Covington, born Mar. 1860; died Nov. 25, 189l; 3 children.
January 28, 1892
Rev. JAMES BREEDING born Adair Co., Ky., July 31, 1803; son of George Breeding; married E. B Patterson, Oct. 24, 1825; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1834; ordained deacon in 1839; ordained elder in 1844; "kept up regular appointments for preaching" for many year. Died October 22, 1891.
ALLEN WEEMS born Franklin Co., Ga., April 12, 1806; married Margarette Graham, Feb. 10, 1835; moved to Cherokee, Ala. in 1846 where he died Dec. 15, 1891; widow, 3 children.
JOHN CHALMERS born Pickens Co., Ala., Sept. 3, 1857; died Roanoke, Va., Dec. 30, 1891.
JAMES WILKES OWEN born Robertson Co., Tenn., Nov. 6, 1827; died Oct. 30, 1891; married Susan Baggett, Dec. 1865.
Mrs. CHARITY READ died Beaufort, N.C., Dec. 10, 1891 in the 85th year of her age.
MARY J. MATTHEWS wife of the Rev. G. W. MATTHEWS, little Rock Methodist Conference, daughter of Alexander and Mary W. Butler, born in N.C., Jan. 2, 1838; moved to Dallas Co., Ark. about 1848 and settled in Tulip; married Sept. 8, 1880; died Dec. 16, 1891.
ELBERT WHITE born near Macon, Ga., July 8, 1818; died Blount Co., Ala., Nov. 3, 1891; moved to Ala when he was about 18 years old; married (1) Sarah Calvert, Jan. 10, 1841; (2) Aug. 26, 1875.
REUBEN H. DAVIS born Mar. 1, 1811, Greene Co., Tenn.; died Montague Co., Texas, Nov. 28, 1891; official in east Tenn. and Virginia Railroad Company.
Dr. W. C. CRAIG born Hardeman Co., Tenn., Oct. 28, 1850; died May 7, 1891; married Cornelia Adams, Bolivar, Tenn. in 1877.
WILLIAM NORWOOD born Union Dist., S.C., July 1, 1804; died Giles Co., Tenn., Oct. 18, 1891; moved with parents to Lincoln Co., Tenn. when he was small; 9 children, 71 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren. He outlived his wife by two years.
ARENA OVERALL, nee White born Oct. 27, 1817; died Dec. 20, 1891; married Wesley Overall, Nov. 16, 1841; burial in Salem Cemetery in DeKalb Co., Tenn.
MICHAEL HOOVER born Oct. 11, 1806; died Coffee Co., Tenn., Oct. 24, 1891; married Caroline Hammons, Mar. 21, 1833; 7 children.
CHARLES W. HEWGLEY born in Va., Dec. 26, 1818; died Nashville, Aug. 30, 1891.
ADA MAY WEBB wife of J. R. Webb, daughter of W. T. and Lizzie Harris, born near Moscow, Tenn.; died near Saulsbury, Tenn., Nov. 3, 1871 aged 27 years.
Tribute of Respect for DAISY PARSONS who died recently; by a Sunday School Committee; undated.
LEANDER JOHNSEY born Chester Dist., S.C. 81 years ago; died Booneville, Miss., June 11, 1891.
ADDIE LIPE infant daughter of John R. and Calista A. LIPE born Nov. 10, 1889; died Dec. 5, 1891.
JOHN R. C. LONG infant son of James R. and M. J. RECORD born Oct. 6, 1887; died Dec. 15, 1891.
WILLIAM H. WISEHART son of Daniel and Margaret Wisehart, born Jefferson Co., Ky., Jan. 20, 1866; died Jefferson Co., Ky., Oct. 30, 1891.
MATTIE N. WATSON daughter of E. L. and Elizabeth Watson, Newport, Ark., born Jacksonport, Ark., April 5, 1860; died Dec. 20, 1891.
LUCY ANN FLOYD died Granville Co., N.C., Dec. 30, 1891 in the 66th year of her age. Sister of the Rev. J. W. Floyd, North Carolina Methodist Conference.
February 4, 1892
LIZZIE NEAL "bright-faced, sunny-souled;" daughter of R. M. and Blossie Neal died Atlanta, G., July 14, 1891.
ALBERT H. son of W. J. and Catherine TAYLOR born April 13, 1867; died July 13, 1891.
JAMES Y. CLEMENT son of the Rev. Thomas D. and Elizabeth J. Clement, born Henry Co., Tenn., Dec. 26, 1868; died July 21, 1891.
WILLIAM KENNEDY died Nov. 4, 1891, typhoid fever.
Mrs. CURTIS M. MILLER, nee Cockrill, born Jackson, Tenn., June 4, 1861; died near Covington, Tenn., Sept. 1, 1891; graduate, Female Institute, Jackson, Tenn.; married Dec. 23, 1885; 2 ch.
E. W. EGGLESTON born Louisa Co., Va., Jan. 14, 1823; died Dec. 20, 1891; moved to Williamson Co., Tenn. in 1849; married (1) E. H. Fleming (died April 1866), Nov. 1854; 2 children; (2) H. A. Fleming (died Nov. 1889), Dec. 1869; 4 children.
MARY S. MARM, nee Twiford, born Shelby Co., Tenn., June 22, 1848; married R. W. Marm, Mar. 16, 1869; died Dec. 5, 1891.
EUGENE GRIFFIN BLACKWELL son of Dr. T. M. and Agnes L. Blackwell, born July 16, 1865, Houston, Miss.; died Barfield, Ark., April 11, 1891; he was 2 years old when his father died; his mother died when he was 17 years old.
E. W. MOORING daughter of William Nichols, Marianna, Fla., born Scotland Neck, N.C., Sept. 12, 1833; married in 1852; died Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1891.
ELIZABETH SUMMERS born Nelson Co., Ky., July 27, 1819; died Dec. 6, 1891; married Robert Summers in 1837; 10 children, 8 surviving her.
Dr. BENJAMIN R. HARRIS born Orange Co., N.C., Feb. 5, 1825; died Jackson, Tenn., Nov. 1891; graduate, Medical Dept., University of Nashville, 1853; located in Purdy, Tenn.; moved to Jackson, Tenn. 12 years later; married Ellen Anderson in 1861; 3 sons, 2 daughters.
February 11, 1882
BETTIE THOMPSON born Paducah, Ky., May 21, 1832; died near Nashville, Tenn., June 15, 1891; married D. F. Thompson, May 15, 1855; 2 children: Katie, now Mrs. Holland N. MyTyeire and Allen Thompson.
WILLIAM D. CASH born Spartanburg Co., S.C., June 9, 1842; moved with a brother to Tipton Co., Tenn. in 1866; died Dec. 23, 1891; married (1) Susan E. Hunt, Mar. 21, 1869; no children; (2) Martha E. Pennel, Jan. 23, 1874; 4 children; (3) Kera K. Simmons, Aug. 17, 1866; 2 children.
VIRGINIA V. COLEMAN wife of W. C. Coleman, daughter of W. P. and Martha Fisackerly; born March 26, 185l; married Dec. 19, 1868; joined Methodist Church in 1874; died Nov. 22, 1891; burial in Bethlehem Cemetery.
MATTIE V. BROWDER born Nov. 11, 1867; married J. M. Wright, Oct. 6, 1886; died Jan. 10, 1892.
Dr. JOHN W. CLEMENT son of the Rev. Thomas D. and Elizabeth J. Clement, born Henry Co., Tenn., Oct. 15, 1863; died Aug. 12, 1891; licensed to preach at the age of 21 years; entered the Memphis Methodist Conference in 1889.
Rev. THOMAS D. CLEMENT born Aug. 31, 1832; married Elizabeth J. Jackson, Jan. 21, 1858; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1867-8; ordained deacon Nov. 24, 1872; ordained elder Dec. 8, 1878; died June 30, 1891.
MARGARET TURLEY GREGORY daughter of James and Nancy Turley, born Fairfax Co., Va., July 6, 1806; died near Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 27, 1891; only surviving member of ten children; on the deaths of their parents these children moved to Nashville in 1832; married Andrew Gregory in 1850; reared her stepchildren; a life member of the Woman's Missionary Society.
MARY LEE daughter of B. M. and Lula L. STEWARD born Springfield, Mo., Aug. 27, 1889; died Dec. 3, 189l.
MARY EMELINE ERWIN wife of J. M. Erwin, daughter of A. T. and Nancy L. Garrison, born in Ga., May 30, 1843; married Mar. 8, 1868; died near Sharon, Tenn., Oct. 20, 1891; 7 children.
ROBERT W. MARM born Pontotoc Co., Miss., April 4, 1843; married Mary S. Twiford, Mar. 16, 1869; died November 25, 1891.
FRANCIS M. TARKINGTON born in Ala., June 8, 1823; died Shelby Co., Tenn., Dec. 29, 1891.
LORENA HOWARD born March 9, 1868; died Aug. 21, 1891.
WILLIAM DAVID CULLOM son of the Rev. Thomas Cullom, Tennessee Methodist Conference and wife, Irene; born west Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1891; died Jan. 9, 1892.
P. MOORE PURYEAR born in N.C., Nov. 26, 1838; died Nov. 30, 1891; left widow and 5 children.
Dr. D. J. RANSOM born Rutherford Co., Tenn., Sept. 21, 1825; died Freestone Co., Texas, Nov. 5, 1891; graduate, Bellevue Medical College, N. Y.; married (1) Martha A. Conner (died Feb. 5, 1863), July 4, 1849; 7 children, 4 surviving him; (2) Sallie L. Canteton, Aug. 9, 1865; 6 children, 4 surviving him.
Rev. PETER S. WOOD born Smith Co., Tenn., May 14, 1806; died Comanche, Texas, Nov. 17, 1891; twice married.
WINFIELD C. JACKSON born Oct. 9, 1822; died Mar. 28, 1888; his wife, NANCY C. JACKSON, born Jan. 6, 1816; died Mar. 27, 1891; Cumberland Presbyterians until joined Methodist Church in 1847. Muhlenburg Co., Ky.
February 18, 1892
MARY REEVES "Aunt Pop" GLADNEY born in S.C., Nov. 13, 1811; died Medon, Tenn. in residence of Dr. George Lacey, Dec. 21, 1891; her father, Maudlin Reeves moved from S.C. to middle Tenn. in her childhood and when she was older to near Medon in Madison Co., Tenn.; married James T. Gladney.
Judge S. S. HARE son of S. S. and M. E. Hare, born Fayette Co., Tenn., Jan. 3, 1835; died Cross Co., Ark., Nov. 25, 1891; he was county and probate judge and sometime state legislator.
REBECCA C. LIASON born in Maryland, Jan. 30, 1800; married V. Winard, 1821 in Va.; died Kempner, Texas, January 5, 1892.
Dr. G. W. SULLIVAN son of the Rev. Nathan Sullivan; died Crockett Co., Tenn., Jan. 18, 1892; successful physician.
LOUISA J. HOUSTON daughter of David and Elizabeth Moore, born Todd Co., Ky., July 18, 1823; married George E. Houston, May 2, 1843; 3 children; moved to Trigg Co., Ky. about ten years ago; died Dec. 23, 1891. Three brothers, Garland, William and Jordan, Methodist preachers.
STELLA E. GOWELL daughter of Oliver and Mary A. Gowell born Mar. 30, 1870; died Jan. 2, 1892.
ELIZABETH J. B. GALLOWAY born Pitt Co., N.C., July 8, 1836; married William M. Galloway, May 2, 1854 and moved to Shelby Co., Tenn.; died Dec. 23, 1891.
HATTIE SUMMERS YOUNG born Cadiz, Ky., July 28, 1862; died in same town, Aug. 8, 1891; graduate Bethel Female College, Hopkinsville (Class of '81); married S. W. Young, Dec. 9, 1884; 3 daus.
BRYANT MEDLIN, JR. son of Bryant Medlin, died July 18, 1891 aged 20 years.
S. B. HUMPHREY, JR. born May 8, 1852; died Haywood Co., Tenn., Sept. 7, 1891.
February 25, 1892
SOPHIA A. STONE, nee Ringold, born Batesville, Ark., Nov. 2, 1826; died Cooke Co., Texas, Jan. 10, 1892; married Dr. J. B. Stone, April 28, 1845; moved to Cooke Co., Texas. Her husband's brother, COBB STONE died Jan. 9, 1892.
RICHARD COVINGTON WYATT born in Va., Aug. 22, 1815; died New Providence, Tenn., Dec. 24, 1891; graduate, Louisville Medical College; located in Shelby Co., Tenn., then moved to Montgomery Co, Tenn.
Rev. J. B. SPIERS died Jan. 11, 1892 aged 80 years; Methodist local preacher; a son, A. C. Spiers.
LUCRETIA PEEBLES died Ashland City, Tenn. in residence of son-in-law, Hon. J. J. Lenox, Dec. 15, 1891 having lived "beyond her threescore and ten years."
Rev. WILLIAM PIERCE HICKMAN, 1822-1892
REV. WILLIAM PIERCE HICKMAN
Our dear friend and brother, Rev. William Pierce Hickman, sleepeth; and the family, request me to write his obituary. He was the son of Rev. Joshua and Mary Hickman. He also had three brothers who became Methodist preachers-Asbury, Frank, and Thomas Hickman; the two former were once members of the Tennessee Conference. Rev. W. P. Hickman was born Feb. 22, 1822, in Franklin County, Tenn.; was baptized in infancy; made a profession of religion and joined the Methodist Church in early life. He became a minister of the gospel, and was admitted on trial into the Tennessee Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, South, in October, 1846, in Nashville, Tenn. Two years later he was admitted into full connection, and Bishop Robert Paine ordained him a deacon in the Church [?] God, Oct. 29, 1848. He was ordained an elder by Bishop Wm. Capers in Athens, Ala., Oct. 27, 1850. He was married in Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 11, 1856, to Mrs. Agnes Slayden, the late Dr. W. D. F. Sawrie performing the ceremony. At his own request he was located at Murfreesboro, Tenn., October, 1857. He then settled on a little farm on the waters of South Harpeth in Davidson County, Tenn., and that place was his home till 1890, when he removed to Obion County, Tenn., where he died in great peace Jan. 13, 1892. From his admission on probation into the Conference in 1846 till his location in 1857 he traveled the following circuits in the order in which I write them: Cypress, Shoal, Obedís River, Sparta, Bellfonte, Cumberland, Fountain Head, Wayne, Nashville, Centerville, and Nashville again. As a local preacher he was faithful, and a man of as much diligence in business as I have seen almost anywhere and at almost any time. I doubt if any man within ten miles of his old Davidson County home performed more manual labor than did he during the years he was strictly a local preacher. Having known him intimately in that relation it is but proper to say, even then he loved the itinerancy, and worked in full harmony with it in his local rank. In 1872 he was employed as a supply on the Smith Springs Circuit. In October, 1873, he was readmitted to membership into the Tennessee Annual Conference, and from thence till he ceased to be effective he traveled the following charges in the order I give them: Smith Springs, three years; Waverly, Bethlehem, two years; Pope, Kingston, White Bluff Mission, Fernvale, Pinewood, Yellow Creek, and McEwings and Sugar Creek Mission. In October, 1886, he was superannuated. This relation grieved him at the time, but a few months later he wrote me: "My brethren were much better judges of my case than myself. I have not really been able to preach but twice since." That relation was continued till lifeís long warfare closed. It was in 1866 that Bishop H. N. McTyeire, appointed me the pastor on the old Nashville Circuit. From that time to 1883 I was the pastor of Brother Hickman and family five years. We lived neighbors. He has gone more than once in the bounds of my charge to preach a funeral sermon. I have gone within the bounds of his for the same purpose. We have helped each other time and again in protracted meetings. To me he would unbosom himself and tell me many things that showed him to be of a confiding spirit, and when I told him things in confidence I felt that they were safe in his bosom. We have traveled together; met at District and Annual Conferences, and if there was a man in the Tennessee Annual Conference that I knew like a closely perused, well studied book it was the Rev. William P. Hickman, and it is with pleasure that I say in his living "there lived a man"-a man true to God, true to himself, true to his devoted Agnes, and to his stepchildren; true and loving and indulgent to his own dear children; and it is a mystery to me that he gave to each and to all of them the opportunities for education which he did, thus raising both his stepchildren and his own in credit, They all loved him. But I must speak of Brother Hickman as a preacher, and as to his itinerant work. He was a plain, earnest, practical, common sense preacher; and out of the twenty-five appointments to which he was assigned he went to and served each of them to the extent of his honest ability. And on these various charges he labored with a true and rational zeal, and with that varied opposition and success which nearly all ministers meet to a greater or less extent on their different fields of toil. In all of his pastoral charges he was faithful to what he conceived to be his duty. In some of these he was very popular and quite successful, and occasionally he witnessed the abundant prosperity through his instrumentality of our common Zion on his charges; and his soul, under these happy circumstances, was filled unutterably full of glory and of God. And in the last great day I doubt not that many, very many, people from Cypress Circuit to Obed's River, and from the old Bellfonte to Sugar Creek, will rise up and say: "He converted me as an instrument in the hands of God from the error of my way; saved my immortal soul from death, and hid a multitude of sins." Brother Hickman was a warm-hearted Christian gentleman. He was clothed with humility as with a garment. His daughter, Mrs., Bettie H. Mays, in a very affectionate and intelligent letter, says: "Father was attacked with la grippe and pneumonia combined January 6. He suffered intensely during the few days he was allowed to remain with us, but there was no complaining, no murmuring. O how irreparable is our loss! His counsel his prayers, his pious example which he always set before his children, to be received no more, But thank God, while we mourn, I know such a life as my father lived cannot be lost; such a man cannot really die." That is true my sister, your father is not dead, but has gone to view that land to which a hundred Methodist preachers that voted him admission in the Conference had gone; who before him their journey had trod. Dear old friend, neighbor, brother, and true yokefellow in the gospel, I shall see you no more on earth, but by Godís grace I shall meet you in our Father's house on high.
W. D. CHERRY
THOMPSON FLEMMING born July 27, 1811; married Louisa J. Harris, Louisa Co., Va.; moved to Maury Co., Tenn. in 1834; 3 sons, 7 daughters; he died Sept. 23, 1891.
MARGARET D. THOMPSON born Williamson Co., Tenn., July 30, 1816; married John H. Thompson, Dec. 14, 1839; in the fall of 1856 they moved to Gibson Co., Tenn. where she died Jan. 14, 1892.
LEWIS T. EDWARDS son of Nicholas M. and Lucy W. Edwards born Stewart Co., Tenn., Mar. 13, 1835; moved to Christian Co., Ky. in childhood; married Virginia J. Collins, Sept. 14, 1865; 2 sons, 2 daughters; died Jan. 8, 1892.
LULA BROWN died in July 1891 aged 14 years, 3 months and 5 months old.
GEORGE STIGLER born Holmes Co., Miss., Jan. 17, 1874; died Nov. 10, 1891.
MARTHA C. PEYTON, nee Wilson, widow of Dr. T. F. Peyton, born in Va., July 24, 1832; died Shelby Co., Tenn., Jan. 13, 1892; 7 children, 4 surviving her; married about 1851.
BENJAMIN WESLEY GOBER died near Moscow, Tenn., Jan. 9, 1892; native of Fayette Co., Tenn.; son of James A. Gober; born Aug. 29, 1841; leaving a widow and a brother.
March 3, 1892
HATTIE C. LOTT daughter of the Rev. J. H. and Harriet Lott, born Calloway Co., Ky., Sept. 27, l868; died Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 22, 189l in residence of brother-in-law, Rev. W. W. Adams.
Mrs. NIAH HICKLIN died Jan. 5, 1892 from effects of a stroke; wife of Wesley Hicklin; 6 children.
HOWARD VAUGHAN born in Va., 1844; died Dec. 23, 1891; mercantiled in Nashville, Tenn. and moved to a farm 4 miles south of Princeton where he died.
CLARENCE LEA HARE son of S. S. and Lucy N. Hare born Cross Co., Ark., April 11, 1875; died Feb. 16, 1891.
ROBERT BROWN born Campbell Co., Va., Mar. 25, 1804; moved to Jackson, Tenn. in 1826; married Susan L. Brown in 1828; 12 children, 5 surviving him; he was a builder; active Methodist layman. Died Jan. 7, 1892. [His tombstone in Riverside Cemetery, Jackson: ROBERT BROWN, Born March 25, 1804. Died Jan. 7, 1892. SUSAN L., his wife: Born Jan. 23, 1808. Died May 29, 1896]
DAVID BROWDER born Jan. 6, 1806; died Fulton, Ky. recently; youngest of 12 children born to Slayden and Rachel Browder, Virginians; married (1) Mary Smith; (2) Mrs. Bettie West, April 2, 1885.
PAMELIA E. POLLARD born May 12, 1829; died Dec. 15, 1891; married (1) Daniel Bonds; (2) Joseph Pollard.
JOSEPH WALTER IRBY born Grenada, Miss., Feb. 26, 1862; died Vicksburg, Miss., Jan. 16, l892; burial in New Hope Cemetery near Coffeeville.
ROBERT HENRY CATO born Davidson Co., Tenn., Oct. 7, 18l3; died near Rome, Jan. 25, 1892; married Elizabeth Derickson, Mar. l3, 1838; 12 children; his wife and 6 children predeceased him.
LOU MATTHEWS, nee Organ, Gibson Co., Tenn., died. Jan. 1, 1892; stepmother of the Rev. William Matthews and the Rev. Ben Matthews.
RUTHA wife of N.C. ALMON born Lawrence Co., Ala., Feb. 22, 1823; died near Moulton, Ala., Dec. 21, l891; 10 children.
LAURA ADA wife of A. B. Collier, daughter of John and Lucinda Stanly, born Dec. 28, 1867; married Dec. 27, 1888; died Tupelo, Ark., Jan. 11, 1892; 1 child.
SARAH JANE daughter of J. F. and S. A. HARRIS born Jackson Co., Ala., Feb. 8, 1868; died Jan; 19, 1892; frail all her life.
March 10, 1892
Rev. H. B. GARRISON born Morgan Co., Ala., June 22, 1849; died Dec. 23, 1891; licensed to preach in Methodist Church Oct. 11, 1873; ordained deacon Dec. 15, 1878; married Nettie C. Orr, January 1874; 7 children, 6 surviving him; two bouts of pneumonia followed by la grippe took his life.
VIOLET SULLVAN, nee Walker, born Madison Co., Ala., Oct. 28, 1819; married Cyburn Sullivan, Oct. 7, 1841; joined Cumberland Presbyterian Church, later the Methodist Church; died Dec. 12, 1891.
Capt. G. J. MORRIS one of Collierville, Tennessee's oldest citizens died recently.
MARY YOUNG CHILDRESS, nee Lammey, wife of Moses L. Childress, born Lafayette Co., Miss., Oct. 11, 1862; daughter of William and C. J. Lammey; married Dec. 21, 1879; died Jan. 26, 1892; 4 children.
MARIA T. D. PARKER born Dec. 23, 1826; married Dr. D. H. Parker, May 26, 1853; 3 children, one a son died in infancy; 2 daughters: Mrs. Dr. Lacy and Mrs. W. T. Pope; died Dec. 20, 1891.
S. J. MAYS, nee Weaver, born Overton Co., Tenn., Dec. 29, 1824; died Jan. 13, 1892; married James G. Mays, July 1859; 5 children, 4 surviving her. Sister of Rev. Simpson Weaver, Memphis Conf
LOUELLA V. PARKER, nee Henderson, born Madison Co., Tenn., Feb. 7, 1856; died Dec. 28, 1891; married Capt. Henry F. Parker, May 14, 1876; 2 sons, 1 daughter.
R. J. BELL born Jan. 27, 1827; married Ruthie E. Carter, Jan. 6, 1848; died Jan. 7, 1892.
SARAH S. STARK wife of the Rev. D. W. Stark, born April 6, 1844; married Dec. 23, 1879; died Jan. 23, 1892.
ROBERT H. JENKINS, Gwinnett Co., Ga. native, born there Mar. 8, 1837; died Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 26, 181; a husband and father.
ISAAC N. LOWRANCE born June 22, 1858; died Jan. 17, 1892; reared in McNairy Co., Tenn.; a husband and father.
EMRI BENNETT SULLIVAN son of Josiah M. and Sarah Sullivan, born Perry Co., Tenn., Jan. 27, 1823; died Marshall Co., Miss., Jan. 22, 1892; married Minerva K. Ostein, April 18, 1843; 3 sons, 3 daughters.
ABBEY PETUS daughter of L. C. and Maggie Petus, born Hickman Co., Ky., Sept. 5, 1871; died Dec. 26, 1891.
JOHN SHELL born June 9, 1821; died near Paris, Tenn., Jan. 23, 1892; a husband and father of 9 children.
March 17, 1892
FLORENCE McFERRIN MALONE born Cross Co., Ark., July 6, l861; daughter of James H. and Rebecca McFerrin; died Jonesboro, Ark., Dec. 28, 1891.
MISSOURI HICKLIN, nee Murphy, born Hopkins Co., Ky., Jan. 5, 1837; married Wesley Hicklin, Aug. 25, 1852; died Jan. 5, 1892.
PENNINAH L. PICKENS daughter of Thomas A. and Minerva Orr, born Marshall Co., Tenn., Dec. 6, 1853; married William W. L. Pickens, Nov. 16, 1876; died near Mooreville, Tenn., Jan. 9, 1892; 7 children.
Tribute of Respect for ISAAC S. PAGE who died Dec. 28, 1891; by a Sunday School Comt.; undated.
JOSEPH F. CRANDELL born Bullitt Co., Ky., June 4, 1822; died Dongola, Ill., Jan. 23, 1892.
SELMA A. BROTHERS daughter of Eli and Miranda Bynum born now-Calhoun Co., Ala., June 27, 1835; died Jan. l6, 1892; married R. K. Brothers in 1861; 5 children, 1 surviving her.
ANNIE E. BARRINGTON, nee Peacock, born Feb. 23, 1848; married R. W. Barrington, Oct. 17, 1871; died Jan. 7, l892; 3 children.
MILLY BAKER born Dec. 10, 1803; married William S. Baker, 1821 who died Jan. 14, 1836; 5 children, all lived to marry; died Jan. 7, 1892.
WILLIAM A. TINNON born Giles Co., Tenn., Sept. 22, 1826; died Oakland, Ala., Dec. 20, 189l; married Mary Frances Winbourn; teacher.
MATILDA D. NANCE, nee Sales, born Madison Co., Ala., Oct. 10, 1820; died Jan. 7, 1892; married Robert Nance who predeceased her; her children had died but one of them left living children.
CORNELIA ADELINE WEBB (died 1891):
On Christmas day, 1891, Mrs. CORNELIA ADELINE WEBB passed quietly and peacefully from human vision, in her eighty-first year; and on the day following the mortal remnant was laid in the Bethlehem churchyard beside her husband, who for more than forty years had been awaiting her in this solitary resting place. She was the daughter of the Hon. Richard Stanford, who for twenty years, between 1796 and 1816, represented the district in Congress. In her early girlhood she attended the then celebrated school of Miss Burke in Hillsboro, and was a member of my father's Sunday School class; and I have often heard him speak of her beauty, gentleness, grace, graciousness, and piety. Of her schoolmates, the young girls of that day, she told me that she and Mrs. Paul Cameron alone remained; and this scant roll is now reduced to only one. When scarcely seventeen she married Alexander S. Webb, of Person County, who belonged to one of the most prominent families in middle North Carolina. My first recollection of her was when Mr. Webb moved from Person to what was then Orange County, in order to commit his sons to the care of the late Wm. J. Brigham, and soon after getting established in the new home the husband and father sickened and died; leaving the rearing of eleven children--seven sons and four daughters--to the mother so sadly bereaved by his untimely death; and no mother ever more nobly performed this work and labor of love-the mother and children constituting the largest family circle in my knowledge, with only one breach in it for more than forty years. Nothing better can be said of the daughters, than that they are worthy of the mother. The sons are all upright and useful men, honorable and honored in their various communities as merchants, as farmers, in the forum, in the sacred desk; while on the rostrum the Webb Brothers, late of Culleoka, now of Bellbuckle, Tenn., have won the enviable distinction of having conducted for fifteen or twenty years the best training school for boys west of the Alleghenies. Left a widow at forty this mother reared and trained this large family of earnest, faithful, honorable, and useful men and women, and her children, and the children of her children's children, rose up to call her blessed. Such perfected work stamps the worker as the purest gold. And yet she lived a singularly quiet and secluded life. She very rarely went out of the door of her own house except to enter the doors of the house of God, and though she visited no one everybody visited her, and everybody felt sure of her sympathy, and everybody loved her because she loved everybody, and because no word ever passed her lips that was not kind and sweet and true. And so from that quiet and retired home a calm and gentle and helpful radiance went out, and her house was a sort of Bethel, a house of God and a gate of heaven, where her children and her grandchildren and her neighbors and their children seemed to get into touch with a higher and purer and better life through her example of sweetness and gentleness of faith and patience, of tenderness, sympathy and Christlikeness. And as she lingered on the hither shore in great physical weakness, but in full possession of her mental faculties, all her children and many of her grandchildren visited her and brightened her last days, and were themselves strengthened by her cheerful resignation to the will of God. Among many other friends of the family it was my privilege to be at her bedside, and I shall never forget the brightness of her face and the warm grasp of my hand with both of hers and her moist eyes as she said: "O I am so glad to see you." And I knew then it was the last time. And after a little while the light that had been shining with such quiet and gentle radiance ceased to be longer visible to us who are still in the body. Some say this is death, but those of clearer vision see that it is only "fading as the morning star fades into the light of heaven."
E 41. ALEXANDER SMITH WEBB m-1828- Cornelia Adeline Stanford, Alamance Co. N.C. Dau. of Hon. Richard Stanford. Planter. 1. James Hazel (1829-1902); 2. Henrietta (1830-1882); 3. Susan Ann (1831- 1905); 4. Mary Caroline (1833-1904). 5. Sidney Smith (1836-1910); 6. Richard Stanford (1837-1901); 7. Amy Pomfret (1838- 1839); 8. Alexander Smith (1840-1928). 9. William Robert (1842-1926); 10. Arianna Adeline (1845-1897); 11. John Maurice (1847-1916); 12. Samuel Henry (1849-__ ).
OUR WEBB KIN OF DIXIE, by. W. J. Webb, Oxford, N.C., 1940, page 53
THE STANFORD FAMILY
The name Stanford occurs in the records of Dorchester Co., Md., early in the settlement of that state. In Will Book 26, page 19 we find a record of the will of William Stanford proven in 1749. He was probably a son Of John Stanford, an early settler in Md. William names wife Elizabeth and son Richard. In Will Book 31 -1110-under date 1759 we find record of a will of Elizabeth Stanford, probably the Widow of William. She makes her son Richard her Executor, and names daughters: Sarah Staplefoot, Chebed Pritchett, Rebecca Wallis, and Rhody Waters. We think this son Richard was the father of Richard who settled in Orange Co., N.C., soon after the Rev. War. He was born Jan. 18, 1742 (43). He married Elizabeth (probably a Miss Medford) and lived in or near the town of Vienna, on the "Eastern Shore." The Stanfords for several generations had lived thereabouts, --owners of large plantations and many slaves. The children of this first marriage were Robert and William (both lost at sea leaving no issue), Celia (not traced), Arianna, died unmarried, Elizabeth married Abner Tappan (her grandson Henry Howland Crapo of New Bedford, Mass., wrote a comprehensive family history giving much detail of the Maryland Stanfords), Richard, Jr., our North Carolina forebear. Richard Stanford, Sr. married second Mrs. Russum. Of this union there were three children; Dr. Clement Sanford who continued to occupy the home of his parents, Algernon Sydney married Anna DíShiell, Henrietta married William McDonald.
Mary Eunice, dau. of Dr. Clement Stanford above was the mother of the eminent physician of New Orleans Dr. Stanford Emerson Chaille. The Stanford plantation was near Vienna. A large mansion of many rooms, fronting on Nanticoke River, surrounded with a typical Virginia garden, "a Garden of Eden." Nearby was an old brick church, now long ago in ruins. Many of the family were buried in that village churchyard. "It was a large family who lived on the plantation in Richard Stanford's day."
In 1785 Richard Stanford Sr. with two of his youngest sons, set out to transport a cargo of produce to Baltimore. Not well at the start he died during a storm on the Chesapeake Bay-- the boat drifted seaward, stranded near Norfolk, and there he was buried.
Richard Stanford, Jr., went to college, helped his two youngest brothers secure a classical education, and furnished a home for his unmarried, sister, Arianna. After moving to North Carolina he taught school in Orange Co., and later practiced law. He acquired many acres in Orange and was one time owner of Mt. Tirzah, the home site of his second wife's father. Probably he made his home there while he was in Congress, though his will was recorded in Orange Co.
Many of the Maryland kin of Richard Stanford, Jr., moved to the state of Miss. His oldest sister Elizabeth married Mr. Tappan and lived, in Mass. Her descendants lived in New England and the western states. I am indebted to her grandson Mr. Henry Howland Crapo for my information about the forebears of our Richard Stanford.
Richard Stanford (1767-1816), a school teacher, came from Dorchester Co., Md., and settled in Orange Co., N.C., during or soon after the Rev. War. From 1797 to the time of his death he was a member of the U.S. Congress. He died in Washington City, and was buried in the cemetery there where congressmen and other distinguished men were interred. He was a son of Richard Stanford of Vienna, Md. His Sister Elizabeth married Abner Tappan of Newburyport, Mass. There was another Stanford in Orange Co., -possibly a relative.
In 1791 he married Jennette, a dau. of Alexander Mebane of Orange Co. The will of Alexander Mebane (1795), Book C., page 53, Orange Co. shows that he had a large estate and a large family. In this will he names dau. Jennette Stanford and her two daughters, Ariana, and Mary.
"Mr. Stanford was a very conscientious and upright man, and gained such a hold upon the people of his district that after a few years no one would offer to run against him for congress. He was elected at the age of 28, and was reelected nine times consecutively thereafter." He was a close friend of John Randolph of Va., and of William Gaston of N.C. Randolph said "In him I lost the best political friend that I had left on the floor of Congress."
"The public never lost a more faithful, conscientious and zealous servant."
OUR WEBB KIN OF DIXIE, by W. J. Webb, 1940, page 108.
MARGARET E. DYER, nee Toomer, born Itawamba Co., Miss., Feb. 14, 1839; moved to Ark. in 1850; married Dr. A. J. Dyer, Dec. 5, 1854; died near Dardenelle, Ark. Jan. 11, 1892.
LEWIS BOBO born Spartanburg Dist. S.C. Nov. 8, 1804; married Nancy Yarbrough, April 6 1825; joined Methodist Church June 18, 1826; moved to Ala. Nov. 2, 1844; died Fayette Co., Ala., Jan 8 1892 of paralysis; 7 children, 5 surviving him.
March 24, 1892
S. H. HATCHER died Aug. 3, 1891; active Methodist layman.
LIZZIE WEST wife of George W. West; daughter of Johnson and Amanda Wood; born Aug. 10, 1864; died Oct. 8, 1891; married Nov. 19 1889; joined Methodist Church in August 1879.
MISSOURI E. wife of Sheriff R. T. BAZZELL Hickman Co., Ky., died Feb. 10, 1892 aged 44 years, 5 months and 10 days old; daughter of the Rev. W. H. Bailey; moved from Montgomery Co., Tenn. to Graves Co., Ky.; married in 1866; 8 children.
FANNIE ENOCHS born May 4, 1867; died Dec. 31, 1891; married Wilson Enochs Feb. 15, 1888; joined Methodist Church at old Mt. Zion in 1890.
WILLIAM "Will" CUNNINGHAM SAUNDERS born Monroe Co. Miss. June 15, 1856; died Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 1, 1891; reared in Bay St. Louis, Hancock Co., Miss. where his father, Hobbard Saunders was an official; his mother, Clara Cunningham Saunders died Aug. 17, 1865; his father died in 1879; on death of his mother he lived with an uncle, Capt. Tom Saunders until his death and then with a maternal uncle, the Rev. James T. Cunningham in Chickasaw County, Miss.
EVELINE NICHOLSON, sister of the late I. C. Nicholson, daughter of Cordy and Mary Nicholson, died Jan. 1, 1892 in residence of Benjamin Grigsby, Williamson Co., Tenn., aged about 77 years.
SAMUEL LEWIS born Henry Co., Tenn., May 8, 1830; died near Mountain Home, Ark., Jan. 17, 1892; married Miss Frizzell in 1856; 7 children; burial with masonic ritual.
Tribute of Respect for Miss EULA JOHNSON who died Jan. 17, 1892; by Cayce Auxiliary Committee of Woman's Missionary Society, Cayce Church; undated.
SARAH HALL, nee Prather, born July 27, 1827; died August 1891; married O. Hall, 1844.
JOHN S. HARRIS died Hallís Station, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1891; second son of the Rev. W. T. Harris, DD, Memphis Methodist Conference; burial in Dyersburg, Tenn.
Miss ANNIE ELIZABETH LAY daughter of S. D. and M. F. Lay, born Shaqualak, Miss., Jan. 9, 1862; her father died in Civil War and her mother and uncle, the late J. G. Lewis moved to Forkland, Ala. in 1872; died Dec. 30, 1891.
JOHN T. HARGROVE born June 25, 1860; died Lake Co., Tenn., January 29, 1892.
JAMES R. STALLARD born June 4, 1813; died Jan. 21, 1892; left a widow and 5 children.
ELLEN wife of George A. HATSEL died Jan. 20, 1892; parents were of Quaker suasion; son, Frank and daughter, Julia, predeceased her.
REUBEN WREN infant son of B. T. and Eddie REES born Sept. 15, 1890; bitten by a spider, Dec. 17, 1891 from which he died the next day.
RUBIE daughter of Albert S. WALLER, Rossville, Tenn., died in 1891 aged 2 years, 1 month and 12 days old.
March 31, 1892
BARNEY VAN ARSDALE born near Harrodsburg, Ky., April 30, 1805; died Stanford, Ky., Feb. 7, 1892.
LOU GUNSTREAM wife of J. J. Gunstream, daughter of B. L. and Elizabeth Rogers, born Aug. 15, 1868; died Collin Co., Texas, Dec. 20, 1891; left widower and 2 children.
RACHEL FUTRELL, nee Dean, born Mar. 22, 1806; died Jan. 8, 1892 near Paducah, Ky.; married Etheldred Futrell; 7 children, 4 surviving her.
SAMUEL W. R. McCLESKEY born Limestone Co., Ala., Feb. 6, 1811; died Jan. 22, 1892; married (1) M. M. Thompson, April 10, 1837 and moved from Decatur, Ala. to Limestone Co., Ala.; 9 children, 1 surviving him; (2) Mary A. Matthews, Aug. 20, 1854; 2 children; a freemason.
HESTER ENOCHS born June 22, 1871; died Dec. 9, 1891.
MALINDA RANEY born Sumner Co., Tenn., Mar. 15, 1815; married J. H. Busby, 135; died Jan. 24, 1892; left a daughter, Mrs. W. W. Austin, McKenzie, Tenn.
SAM GABRIEL ENOCHS born Mar. 13, 1877; died Dec. 21, 1891.
FANNIE E. CARTER daughter of Jacob Broyles, born 1838; died near Aberdeen, Miss., Jan. 20, 1892; married J. W. Carter, 1866; 1 son, 1 dau.
CLYDE CYCUS COOPER infant son of Martin and Mary Cooper died Benton, Ky., Jan. 26, 1892 aged 1 year, 9 months and 29 days.
Rev. HENRY BASCOM GARRISON born Morgan Co., Ala., June 23, 1849; died in same county, Dec. 23, 1891; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1873; ordained deacon 1878; married Nettie C. Orr, Jan. 1, 1874; 6 children. He was son of the Rev. Simon P. and Louisa Garrison.
SUSAN A. DAVIS wife of James M. Davis, born Oct. 27, 1833; married (1) Rev. R. T. Williams, 1852; one son, R. T.; (2) Davis, Nov. 9, 1856; 6 sons, 1 dau. Her funeral was delivered Jan. 31, 1892.
JACOB BRAYLES born Jan. 5, 1802; died Jan. 28, 1892 in residence of daughter, Mrs. Hamels, Amory, Miss.
LIZZIE BELL HOFFMAN daughter of James and Maggie Hoffman, born May 18, 1891; died Jan. 27, 1892.
April 7, 1892
Rev. WILLIAM WITCHER died March 8, 1892 aged about 67 years old; Tennessee.
Dr. W. R. ARNOLD born Abbeville Dist., S.C., Mar. 5, 1808; married Matilda Clifton, Feb. 27, 1831; moved to Barren Co., Ky. in 1837; married five times; father of 9 children; died Dec. 6, 1891.
JULIA A. CHERRY born Rockingham Co., Va., Nov. 2, 1816; married (1) Thomas R. Harris (d. July 11, 1844), March 30, 1837; 3 daughters; (2) Lemuel Cherry, Dec. 22, 1855; one son; died Oct. 10, 1891. Cumberland Presbyterian.
WALTER EGBERT McCROSKEY born Mar. 28, 1882; died Jan. 18, 1892.
D. J. MILAM born east Tenn., Dec. 31, 1821; died Jan. 1, 1892, Jackson, Tenn.; married Nancy Kizer, Lexington, Tenn.; 7 children; buried in Shiloh Cemetery 7 miles east of Milan, Tennessee.
GEORGE G. EARLY of Virginia parentage, born Albemarle Sound, N.C., July 13, 1819; died Wishart, Mo., Jan. 1, 1892. AUGUSTUS A. EARLY born Sept. 22, 1867; died Dec. 28, 189l. Augustus was youngest son of George C. Early, whose other sons were named JWilliam, Thomas and Marion.
T. J. MORRIS born near Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 7, 1835; died Collierville, Tenn., Jan. 25, 1892; served in CSA during civil War; married M. E. Liddell; businessman in Collierville.
JOHN D. WILKERSON born Bedford Co., Va., Jan. 22, 1807; died Russell Co., Ky., Feb. 26, 1892; married Rebecca Kerns, Jan. 3, 1828; 8 children, 6 surviving him.
JOHN H. PRIDDY born Richmond, Va., July 4, 1811; died Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 31, 1891; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in l839; ordained deacon l847; ordained elder in 1852; moved from Virginia to Shelby County in l835; lived a few years in Macon, Tennessee; married twice; surviving were several children.
April 14, 1892
MARY A. LEAMON born Cumberland Co., Ky., July 23, 1828; died Smith's Cross Roads, Ky., Feb. 23, 1892; married James G. Leamon, Nov. 19, 1846; 3 sons, 6 daughters. Her brother, the Rev. M. P. Branstetter mentioned.
MATILDA JANE FENTRESS born Grayson Co., Ky., Aug. 8, 1831; died near Falls of Rough, Nov. 8, 1891; burial in Eskridge Cemetery on Rough Creek.
WILLIAM HENRY DAVIDSON son of C. N. and Henrietta Davidson, born near Trenton, Tenn., June 23, 1872; died Jan. 19, 1892; was attending the Peabody High School in Trenton.
SALLIE R. DENTON, nee Gilham, born Aug. 5, 1857; married A. N. Denton, Oct. 28, 1878; died Aug. 22, 1891; 5 children.
NANCY BERRY, nee Ramsey, wife of John C. Berry, born Rutherford Co., Tenn., May 16, 1816; in her youth moved to Gibson Co., Tenn. where she died Dec. 31, 1891; 11 children, 5 surviving her; 28 grandchildren.
MARY H. WILLIAMSON wife of Charles P. Williamson died Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 18, 1891; 4 children, one of whom was named Mary.
MARY MATTHEWS wife of the Rev. A. C. Matthews born April 7, 1840; married Mar. 21, 1866; died Jan. 12, 1892; several children.
REBECCA GRACE PILES born Lancaster Co., Pa., Mar. 30, 1817; moved with parents to Tenn. in 1826; married W. P. Hunt, June 5, 1845; died Millersburg, Ky., Dec. 13, 1892; 4 surviving children.
RICHARD APPLEBERRY died in Tennessee February 8, 1892.
HILDA E. SWANN born in Tenn., April 7, 1849; died in Texas, Dec. 14, 1891; left widower and 4 children.
April 21, 1892
JAMES S. FRAZIER died April 17, 1892, Nashville, Tenn. (See May 5 issue)
A. T. ESTES wife of J. B. Estes born Wilson Co., Tenn., Aug. 2, 1827; married Nov. 1864; 7 children; died November 11, 1891.
JOHN CALDWELL born Lincoln Co., Tenn., May 9, 1813; married (1) Mary Timmons, Aug. 7, 1838; 9 children, 5 surviving him; (2) Mrs. Ann March, Jan. 16, 1878; died Feb. 5, 1892.
MILMA BATES died Feb. 3, 1892 aged 21 years; married O. K. Bates, Jan. 1, 1890; left a child, Robbie.
FLORENCE GLADIS infant daughter of A. J. and E. T. EVANS born Oct. 6, 1891; died Jan. 26, 1892.
Rev. W. T. HAGLER born May 26, 1802; died Jan. 18, 1892; Methodist preacher; ordained deacon April 11, 1869.
W. A. SALMON, Cayce, Miss., born Oct. 20, 1865; died Huntingdon, Tenn., February 4, 1892.
LUCY J. GREEN born Limestone Co., Ala., May 25, 1834; died Arlington, Tenn., Jan. 3l., 1892; surviving were a son and a daughter.
CHEATHAM HENDERSON youngest child of the Rev. Phil L. Henderson, No. Ala. Methodist Conference, died Scottsboro, Ala. while on a visit to her sister, Mrs. James Armstrong, Jan. 29, 1892.
W. H. JAMES born Robertson Co., Tenn., Sept. 1, 1841; died Jan. 17, 1892 joined Methodist Church May 12, 1871.
ETHEL LAFON daughter of Love and S. Wiggins born April 8, 1891; died Feb. 28, 1892.
MARY O. PHILLIPS daughter of Isham and Manassa Lester, widow of Dr. L. M. Phillips, born Giles Co., Tenn., Feb. 2, 1827; married Aug. 13, 1849; 7 children, 3 surviving her; died Jan. 25, 1892.
OSCAR MOODY infant son of George W. and Mary Callie DARNELL, Morrison, Tenn., born Oct. 5, 1891; died Jan. 5, 1892.
April 28, 1892
A. W. TUCKER died in Nashville, Tenn., April 19, 1892.
JEMIMA P. L. LANIER, nee Colett born Feb. 7, 1839; died Dec. 27, 1891; married B. A. Lanier, Dec. 16, 1869.
SARAH L. BLACKWELL wife of John W. Blackwell, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Powell, born Jan. 25, 1819; died Dec. 17, 1891; 2 sons, 3 daughters.
EMMET D. WHITE born Aug. 13, 1863; married Della Blanks, April 22, 1885; 1 daughter; died Jan. 14, 1892.
GEORGE R. BURNS born Williamson Co., Tenn.; died there, January 4, 1892 aged about 56 years; having had his supper he fed the stock he sickened and was dead by 7 o'clock in the evening; left a widow and 8 children.
REV. W. B. M. WILLIAMS died Coffee Co., Tenn., Dec. 30, 1891 aged about 66 years of age; left a widow and one son.
ELIZABETH HOPSON, nee Marion, wife of B. W. Hopson, born Chickasaw Co., Miss., Jan. 6, 1838; moved to Texas late in 1891; died January 16, 1892.
ELLA LOU FISHER born July 29, 1871; died Jan. 7, 1892. Her brother, JOHN FRANKLIN FISHER, born Oct. 7, 1873; died January 10, 1892; both burials in Verona, Tennessee.
ROBERT NELSON RANDOLPH born in Newport, Ky.; moved with parents to Louisville, Ky. in 1853; married Lucy Goodpasture in 1871; 6 children, 3 surviving him; died Feb. 18, 1892.
BESSIE E. SPIKES born Aug. 20, 1879; died Feb. 6, 1892.
ELZIE T. DONAKEY born Lexington Co., Ky., Feb. 8, 1869; died Dec. 7, 1891; he was "a universal favorite"; partner in a drygoods store.
MATTIE W. HARRIST born Anson Co., N.C., Sept. 18, 1836; daughter of the Rev. W. T. Smith, South Carolina Methodist Conference who died when she was an infant; moved with her mother to Pickens Co., Ala.; married (1) Joseph S. Cooke, 1867; he died in 1868; (2) R. C. Harrist, July 8, 1886; died January 1, 1892.
MATILDA RAINWATERS wife of W. H. Rainwaters born Mar. 29, 1835; married in her 14th year of age; 13 children, 9 surviving her; died Jan. 24, 1892.
HARRIET DAVIS, nee Davidson, born Jan. 14, 1847; died Jan. 24, 1892; married E. W. Davis; 7 ch.
May 5, 1892
JAMES STOKES FRAZER born Lebanon, Tennessee, October 7, 1852; attended Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville; M. A., University of Nashville; studied law at Cumberland University and began practice of law in Nashville, Tenn. in 1875; married Mary Washington of Robertson Co., Tenn. Active Methodist layman. "He loved the old songs, the old gospel, the old form that came down to him from a devout and noble ancestry." [He died April 17, 1892.] [His surname is spelled here FRAZER; in the notice of his death in the April 21, 1892 issue his name is rendered FRAZIER.]
WILLIAM A. TUCKER born Williamson Co., Tenn., Sept. 18, 1830; died Nashville, Tenn., April 19, 1892; married Susan C. Crichlow in 1849; Confederate veteran; moved from native county to Nashville in 1880 and engaged in the lumber business; active Methodist layman; he and his wife had 11 children, 8 surviving him.
JOHN WESLEY BELL born May 11, 1857; died February 24, 1892.
LIBBIE CHANDLER born June 6, 1853; married J. B. Chandler, Sept. 14, 1890; died Feb. 18, 1892; 1 child.
SUSAN ERIN NANCE eldest daughter of P. H. and Tennie Nance, born Aug. 16, 1863; died Henry Co., Tenn., Jan. 11, 1892.
Capt. E. H. WILLIAMS died near Medina, Tenn., Jan. 29, 1892; born Halifax Co., N.C., Jan. 11, 1820; married (1) Catherine Sturdivant, Dec. 24, 1839; several children; (2) Mrs. Sarah Caldwell, Dec. 21, 1880; a captain in the Confederate army.
REBECCA FRANCES COLLINS, nee Pebles [Peebles] born Dec. 13, 1831; married J. L. Collins, Jan. 18, 1874; died near Arlington, Ky., Jan. 31, 1892.
JAMES WHITE HOWINGTON son of Willis and Catherine Howington, born Newport, Tenn., Aug. 1, 1810; married Rachel Rodes (died Oct. 8, 1839), Aug. 8, 1836; 2 sons, 1 daughter; married, secondly, Mary A. McNeal, Jan. 5, 1840; 10 children; died Dec. 11, 1891.
ROBERT H. WEAVER son of Hugh and Matilda Weaver born Monroe Co., Miss., Jan. 1865; died Nov. 1, 1891.
PINKNEY BARNETT died Feb. 26, 1892, Maury Co., Tenn.; born in 1834; married (1) Caroline Dial (died 1885), 1856; (2) Mrs. Hickman, 1890.
Dr. JOSEPH T. TULLOSS born Williamson Co., Tenn., Nov. 4, 1858; died in same county, Jan. 28, 1892; married Ella Hughes, 1888.
E. S. PUCKETT son of John C. and Eliza P. Puckett, born Henry Co., Tenn., Nov. 11, 1856; died March 9, 1892 near Paris, Tenn.; married Emma Palmer, Dec. 22, 1880; 5 children.
PAUL KINNARD son of Clarence and Mattie TOON died Millview, Tenn., Jan. 30, 1892 aged 16 months and 9 days old.
Dr. NATHAN PERRY born May 12, 1814; died Jan. 29, 1892.
INFANT SON of Eli and Mattie BENNETT born Dec. 31, 1891; died Feb. 15, 1892.
CLATINDIA J. HAMILTON born Giles Co., Tenn., June 20, 1844; moved with parents to Limestone Co., Ala. where she died March 4, 1892 in residence of brother, Gilbert W. Hamilton.
JOSIE W. GOUDELOCK daughter of R. C. and M. M. Wood, wife of W. R. Goudelock, born near Athens, Ga., Dec. 29, 1857; died Springville, Ala., Mar. 11, 1892.
NANCY M. MAJOR born Nov. 3, 1815; married (1) James H. Peyton, Dec. 13, 1832; 8 children, 4 surviving her; (2) William Major (died July 23, 1891), March 8, 1860; died March 9, 1892. Member of Hebron Methodist Church.
C. C. CORNELIUS born July 15, 1854; died Feb. 1, 1892; surviving were 4 children.
ALTAMIRA MOORE, nee Johnson, wife of the Rev. J. S. Moore, born April 2, 1847; died Jan. 30, 1892; married Dec. 24, 1865; 7 children, 5 surviving her.
ROBERT H. DAVIS son of the Rev. Hezekiah and Nancy Davis, born Dec. 15, 1811, Smith Co., Tenn.; died Vernon Co., Mo., Jan. 23, 1892; married Sarah R. Allen in 1837 and moved to Mo. in April 1841; to Eldorado Springs, Mo. in 1884 where his wife died in 1886; 10 children, 8 surviving him.
FRANK P. SEDINGER born Guyandotte, West Virginia, Dec. 19, 1852; died Memphis, Dec. 27, 1891; married Haltie Laffoon, Lawrence Co., Ohio, March 9, 1881; 3 children.
S. W. TALIAFERRO born April 15, 1843; died Jan. 1, 1892; youngest son of S. W. and Sallie M. Taliaferro; married (1) Alice Miller (died June 11, 1880), Dec. 1, 1870; 2 children; (2) Maud Warfield.
DANIEL JAMES MILAM born Stewart Co., Tenn., Dec. 31, 1821; moved with parents to Henderson Co., Tenn.; married Nancy M. Kizer, June 1, 1844; several children; died in residence of his son, S. J. Milam, Jackson, Tenn., Jan. 1, 1892; burial in Shiloh Cemetery.
LORENZO OVERALL PATY born Smith Co., Tenn., Mar. 18, 1826; died Oct. 23, 1891; married (1) Eliza Jane Allen; (2) Mary Jane Morris. He had ten children.
SARAH GRAHAM, nee Hall, born Chatham Co., N.C., Feb. 16, 1805; moved to Williamson Co., Tenn. in 1824; moved to Hill Co., Texas in 1856; died Feb. 18, 1892.
AMANDA W. KEY born Feb. 24, 1821; died Jan. 10, 1892; married William Key.
MARY A. NANCE daughter of J. J. and Elizabeth Tipton; born Monroe Co., Tenn., Jan. 18, 1846; married J. T. Nance, Aug. 31, 1865; moved to Fannin Co., Texas where she died Jan. 14, 1892.
LAURA M. infant daughter of J. C. and Harriet A. BROACH born May 26, 1883; died Mar. 5, 1892.
May 12, 1892
M. C. WYATT oldest child of the Rev. J. D. Cameron, DD and Anna E. Cameron, born Oct. 11, 1859; joined Methodist Church in 1867; graduate, Franklin College, Holly Springs, Miss., June 1871; married Rev. J. M. Wyatt, No. Miss. Methodist Conference, Sept. 22, 1880; died Como, Miss., Mar. 5, 1892.
HENRY A. STOLLENMERCK born in New York City, Aug. 3, 1821; died near Uniontown, Ala., Sept. 29, 1891; his parents, Louis A. and Aimee (Coarpery) Stollenmerck were of French descent; came as refugees from San Domingo to the U.S.; moved to Cedarville, Ala. when he was a child; married (1) Lucy Decker; 2 sons, 3 daughters; (2) Ella Thompson. Active Methodist layman.
ZERELDA GRUBBS, wife of the Rev. W. M. Grubbs, died Madison, Indiana, Mar. 2, 1892; married Oct. 1837; children: John, William, Charles, Mary and Bettie. Burial in Russellville, Ky. cemetery.
HUN C. TEMPLE born Logan Co., Ky., April 29, 1813; died Hernando, Miss., Mar. 13, 1892; married Dr. Robert Temple, dec., Nov. 29, 1836 and moved to DeSoto Co., Miss. and to Hernando in 1841.
WALTER D. EVERTRON born New York state, April 5, 1819; died Mar. 14, 1892; lived for years in Miss., moved in 1865 to Lebanon, Tenn., then to a farm near Legardo, Wilson Co., Tenn.; married Mary Ann Fatheree (died Sept. 7, 1890); 7 children. "He had a good collection of books and periodicals and they were his constant companions."
Mrs. A. A. THOMAS died recently.
May 19, 1892
MARY C. CAGE born Sumner Co., Tenn., Aug. 8, 1822; married Dr. John F. Cage in her 18th year; died recently.
NANCY S. GATEWOOD born Dec. 6, 1818; died Feb. 21, 1892; married William H. Gatewood, Jan. 30, 1838; 10 children, 4 surviving her.
JANE REDUS, nee Meland, born S.C., Sept. 22, 1820 and moved to Monroe Co., Miss. where she married the Rev. H. M. Redus in 1850 and moved to Lead Hill, Ark. in 1870 where she died February 4, 1892.
MARTHA T. ALLEN born Jan. 22, 1839; died Jan. 15, 1892; daughter of the Rev. Lewis Lowe; married D. D. Allen, Mar. 14, 1866; 5 children.
ANNIE HARVEY daughter of J. J. and Ann Batson McCanley, born Humphreys Co., Tenn., Dec. 23, 1868; died Montgomery Co., Tenn., Dec. 16, 1891; married Thomas Harvey, Jan. 23, 1887; 3 ch.
E. K. FINCH born Ohio Co., Ky.; died Florence, Ala., Jan. 20, 1892.
N. N. BROACH born Nov. 4, 1848; died Jan. 21, 1892.
ANNA L. FAULK, nee Cregg, b. in Sweden, Oct. 8, 1855; married J. E. Faulk, Dec. 19, 1877; died Jan. 17, 1892; 4 small sons.
CLARENCE LESLIE REESE son of T. B. and Mary J. Reese born Nov. 6, 1889; died Oct. 20, 1891.
ADA daughter of John T. and Adelaide WALKER died March 5, 1892.
ROBERT K. KNIGHT born Stewart Co., Tenn., Oct. 4, 1824; died Caddo, Indiana, Jan. 21, 1892; married Violetta Aughey, native of N. Y., about 1854; 7 children; teacher.
Mrs. MARY A. COWDEN born Carrollton, Ga., May 3, 1833; died Piedmont, Ala., Feb. 26, 1892.
SUE BUTLER died Feb. 1892 aged about 65 years; surviving were three sons.
AMANDA C. LEEK, nee Palmer, born Jan. 22, 1825; died Feb. 20, 1892; married Capt. I. J. Lee; 8 ch.
DANIEL GARLAND MEADOW firstborn of D. G. and B. H. Meadow, born Jan. 4, 1892; died Mar. 7, 1892.
HUNTER CLARDY HENDRICKS son of N. R. and T. I. Hendricks born Oct. 17, 1890; died June 24, 1891.
May 26, 1892
CARRIE THOMAS, nee Huffaker, born July 31, 1825; died Sevier Co., Tenn., Feb. 1, 1892; married (1) Dr. William Bryan, April 25, 1843; (2) William Thomas, Nov. 1, 1865; had 11 children.
SUSAN P. MOORMAN born Nov. 16, 1816 near Brandenburg, Ky.; died Big Springs, Ky., Nov. 20, 1891; she was a wife and mother.
V. E. FONVILLE died Anniston, Ala., March 23, 1892; left widow and 5 children.
WINIFORD BERRY born Spartanburg Dist., S.C., Nov. 1, 1811; moved with father, Samuel Ward and family, to Ala.; married A. J. Berry, April 26, 1834; 10 children; died Feb. 15, 1892.
ROBERT B. COFFEY son of J. W. and M. P. Coffey, born Russell Co., Ky. Dec. 23, 1872; died Mar. 24, 1892.
ALFRED M. BLACK born May 6, 1849; married Eliza Gillen, Oct. 5, 1871; died Feb. 24, 1892; one son.
JOSEPH GRANT died Montgomery Co., March 17, 1892 aged nearly 75 years.
LUCY J. GREEN died Arlington, Tenn., Jan. 3l, 1892 in her 58th year of age; daughter of Wingfield and Frances A. Cole who came from Va. to Shelby Co., Tenn.
MARTHA J. McMACKIN born Aug. 31, 1826; died Feb. 22, 1892.
SARAH CONOVER born Oct. 4, l812; died near Columbia, Ky., Mar. 25, 1892; married David Conover.
MINNIE daughter of W. R. and R. C. HILL died Mar. 25, 1892.
ANNIE ELLEN SCRUGGS second daughter of W. S. Scruggs died Nov. 4, 1891 in residence of her grandfather in White, Tennessee.
SADIE GERTRUDE only child of S. N. and E. E. CALDWELL died Feb. 8, 1892 aged 16 mos. and 3 days, Delina, Tenn.
June 2, 1892
ISABELLA EDNA ADAMS, nee Williams, born Green Co., Ala., Jan. 8, 1841; married the Rev. A. Adams, Jan. 10, 1865; moved to Los Angeles Co., California in August 1869; died in the same county, Feb. 7, 1892.
JAMES S. WILLIAMS died Davidson Co., Tenn., Dec. 8, 1891 in his 74th year of age; a husband and father.
MARTHA P. SWANN wife of Colonel J. G. Swann born near Saulsburg, Tenn., April 23, 1820; married Nov. 5, 1840; died Sept. 10, 1891; 1 daughter, 2 sons and reared several motherless children.
MAGGIE L. CAMPBELL wife of Thomas W. Campbell, born Mar. 29, 1815; died Mar. 21, 1892; daughter of E. A. Goldsby, Union City, Tenn.; burial in Oakwood Cemetery.
LUCY HURDLOW daughter of William and Elizabeth Hurst, born Nov. 2, 1807; died Feb. 11, 1892; born in Ky., and moved with parents to Bedford Co., Tenn. when she was about 4 years old; married George Hurdlow; 7 children, 6 surviving her.
LAURA BUCY wife of Glen Bucy; daughter of Dr. J. M. Towns, born Johnson Co., Texas, Feb. 23, 1871; died in same county, January 26, 1892.
CHARLES W. LEDBETTER born Jan. 1, 1814; died Anson Co., N.C., Feb. 5, 1892.
SUSAN STELLA HUDSON born Dec. 20, 1870; died at her father's near Camden, Tenn., March 20, 1892; daughter of Dr. F. G. and Frances R. Hudson; mention of her grandmother "Combs."
MARY A. BOONE, nee Mason, born Madison Co., Ala., Aug. 31, 1824; married A. P. Boone, June 12, 1845; moved to Lafayette Co., Ark. in 1851; died January 20, 1892; 5 children.
ANDERSON PIERCE born Henderson Co., Tenn., April 24, 1807 [a mistake; this area was not opened for ANY settlement until 1819]; moved to Lamar Co., Texas and died Jan. 4, 1892.
S. D. POWER died November 20, 1891.
June 9, 1892
JESSE HARRIS born Montgomery Co., Tenn., Jan. 2, 1836; married Mary E. Corneal, Dec. 10, 1863; 5 daughters, 2 sons; moved to Christian Co., Ky. in 1866 and he died Jan. 13, 1892.
EDWIN DELOACH born in Alabama April 13, 1868; died March 8, 1892.
BENNIE WINDHAM son of J. R. and M. A. Windham died Pickens Co., Ala., Feb. 21, 1892, closing his 22nd year of age.
SARAH E. BOGAN, nee Littlejohn, born Spartanburg Dist., S.C., Sept. 18, 1837; married W. C. Bogan, Nov. 18, 1853 and moved to Texas, "her husband disappearing" moved to Washington Co., Ark. where she died Feb. 10, 1892.
THOMAS W. RAWLINS son of John and Alice Rawlins born Gibson Co., Tenn. April 4, 1874; died Feb. 6, 1892.
PORTIA H. CLEAVER born Louisville, Ky. in 1859; married Samuel Cleaver, a lawyer, in 1880; died recently.
MARIANNA F. BRANCH, nee Reddick, born Martin Co., N.C., Aug. 26, 1827; moved to Haywood Co. Tenn. when 9 years old; died Dec. 25, 1891; married Howell Branch; 5 daus., 4 sons.
FANNY JONES, nee Lawson, born Sevier Co., Tenn., in 1822; married (1) Rev. Thomas Owens; (2) Thomas A. Jones, 1870; died Feb. 22, 1892.
JOSEPH L. GLOVER born Denmark, Tenn., Feb. 9, 1817; with parents moved to Holly Springs, Miss. where he was reared; married Lucy B. Vaughn, Sept. 27, 1843; died near Nashville, Tenn., July 19, 1890; left a widow and 2 children.
Mrs. JULIA BROOKMAN died Jan. 12, 1892 aged 76 years; 2 daughters and "many grandchildren."
SAMUEL F. HUGHLETT son of Moses and Elizabeth Hughlett born now-Obion Co., Tenn., June 29, 1847; died Feb. 3, 1892; a freemason; never married.
MATTIE OVERALL daughter of N. S. and Parmelia Overall born Sept. 26, 1866; died near Murfreesboro, Tenn., March 9, 1892.
Tribute of Respect for Mrs. SUE N. WARFIELD who died recently; by Woman's Missionary Society, Ft. Worth Methodist Church dated March 1892.
June 16, 1892
WILLIAM A. PRESNEL son of A. H. and Annie Presnel born Feb. 26, 1877; died "at mouth of Sandy", Tennessee, Feb. 9, 1892.
DAVID G. WINSETT born in middle Tenn., May 30, 1832; married (1) Catherine Rhynes (died 1887); (2) Lucy A. Rodgers; farmer; died recently.
JAMES DILL born near Kingston, Canada, Jan. 1, 1847; died Tipton Co., Tenn., March 17, 1892.
Dr. MASON of Fayette Co., Tenn. died March 1, 1892; 1 child.
SALLY E. MILLER born Jan. 5, 1828; died Feb. 19, 1892.
LENA SANDERS born June 26, 1876; died April 7, 1892. Jackson, Tennessee.
Mrs. ELIZA HURST born Aug. 14, 1831; died Mar. 7, 1892. Grand Junction, Tennessee.
WILLIAM S. MENDENALL born Ala., May 13, 1824; died Feb. 13, 1892; moved to Shelby Co., Tenn. where he married L. M. Potts in 1864.
E. ELLEN daughter of J. H. and Martha E. Rogers born Sept. 2, 1870; married John G. Allen, Sept. 30, 1890; died March 6, 1892; gave birth to two children Feb. 29, 1892 one of which predeceased her.
JOSIAH F. SHERWOOD born Clark Co., Ala., Jan. 20, 1848; died Mar. 27, 1892; married Sarah P. Rogers, Jan. 1, 1874; 5 daughters, 3 sons; served in Confederate army (entering very young in 1864).
AMERICA C. LEDBETTER wife of the Rev. H. S. Ledbetter, daughter of George and Sarah Cooper, born Bedford Co., Tenn., April 25, 1825; died Hickman Co., Tenn., Jan. 12, 1892; married Feb. 4, 1850; joined Enon Baptist Church in 1849, then the Methodist Church at Shelbyville, Tenn. in 1857.
MARY A. PETTIGREW, Decatur Co., Tenn., born Jackson, Tenn., May 1, 1822; died Jan. 1, 1892; married Corry Pettigrew, May 1840; children, Thomas and James and grandmother of ten children.
June 23, 1892
ELIZA A. VINSON daughter of John W. and Nancy Barnett, born Giles Co., Tenn., Oct. 8, 1824; married William D. Vinson; moved to Tishomingo Co., Miss. in 1856, then with oldest son to Texas where at Vernon she died March 8, 1892.
LUCY ELIZABETH DOWDY born near Huntsville, Ala., Oct. 17, 1825; married William P. Dowdy, Dec. 15, 1846; died Moscow, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1891; 4 daughters, 3 sons.
Rev. THOMAS REED born March 14, 1830; entered Tennessee Methodist Conference as Methodist preacher in the fall of 1857; ordained deacon Oct. 14, 1860; withdrew from itinerant ministry for five years, returning to active ministry; ordained elder Oct. 27, 1867; he later retired; died March 30, 1892; married Lou Jane Still, Jan. 29, 1859; 2 sons, 1 dau and reared eight other children.
Miss SOPHIA WILLIAMS died Ophelia, Ala., January 13, 1892.
ELIZABETH H. LIGON married Hollis Wright, June 21, 1830; 11 children; died Wilson Co., Tenn. January 4, 1892.
JOHN T. L. BATES died Mar. 16, 1892 not quite three years old.
VALERIUS E. FONVILLE born Sumner Co., Tenn., June 13, 1835; died Anniston, Ala., Mar. 22, 1892.
S. F. MARION born June 25, 1858; died Allen Co., Ky., May 25, 1891; his foster parents, J. S. and Lisa Alexander brought him up carefully.
Tribute of Respect for JOHN M. PRICE born Smith Co., Tenn., May 10, 1863; died March 16, 1892; graduate, Vanderbilt University, 1884; by West End Methodist Sunday School dated March 27, 1892.
F. P. WALL born Fulton Co., Ky., Sept. 22, 1855; died in Cayce, Ky., May 23, 1891; son of Harrison and Polly Wall; married Eliza J. Atteberry, Dec. 8, 1880; 5 children.
CLARENCE EATHERLY died Wilson Co., Tenn., April 13, 1892 aged 21 years, 5 months and 21 days old; son of J. J. and Emily Eatherly.
GREEN BENTON son of Dr. W. B. and Tabitha C. Jackson, born June 17, 1891; died Apr. 1, 1892.
LILLIAN O. ALLEN born Nov. 29, 1866; died Van Buren, Ark., Jan. 9, 1892; married Percy Allen, 1889; left a baby boy aged 18 months.
ROBERT A. TAYLOR born Campbellsville, Ky., April 6, 1857; died April 13, 1892; son of Daniel G. and Lou J. Taylor; married Mary E. Shrene, Oct. 22, 1884. "He was never very demonstrative on any line."
GARLAND son of Dan and Bertha (Hunt) MEADOWS born Jan. 4 and died March 7, 1892.
SUSAN P. MOORMAN born Nov. 16, 1816 near Bradenburg, Ky.; died Nov. 19, 1892.
MATTIE A. BATEMAN born Huntingdon, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1841; married Thomas B. Bateman, Newbern, Tenn., Feb. 8, 1860; died near Trimble, Tenn., February 26, 1892.
ALEXIS CARTER HALL infant son of Andrew R. and A. Hall born April 7, 1891; died Mar. 25, 1892.
RENA ALDERSON, nee Prather born Hopkins Co., Ky., Aug. 20, 1852; married Rev. J. F. Alderson, July 14, 1873; died April 4, 1892.
M. F. MAPLES daughter of J. G. and M. Enoch; married W. W. Maples, Feb. 25, 1885; died April 7, 1892; 3 children.
L. W. DACUS born Greenville Dist., S.C., Feb. 4, 1813; died Montgomery Co., Miss. in residence of his son, T. C. Dacus, Dec. 28, 1891; 6 children, 44 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren.
CHLOE BODDIE CHISHOLM daughter of Dr. G. and Mamie (Boddie) Chisholm born Jan. 2, 1884; died Tuscumbia, Ala., April 4, 1892.
ROBERT E. LEE born Dec. 7, 1866; married James Dunlap, May 8, 1888; died April 18, 1892; son of Capt. Edward Lee who served in the Mexican War; 2 children. A cousin of his, the Rev. Theophilus Lee served in the Texas Methodist Conference.
June 30, 1892
MARTHA RANEY, nee Peebles, born in Miss., Feb. 13, 1819 but moved with parents to Henry Co., Tenn. where she married R. R. Raney, Aug. 1838; died Nov. 27, 1891; in 1849 the family moved to Ark. and in 1863 moved on to Texas.
M. ALICE PORTER born Guadalope Co., Texas, July 25, 1859; died Brownwood, Texas, Mar. 20, 1892; a wife and mother.
ELISHA WILLIAMS born Southampton Co., Va., Feb. 28, 1813; moved to Texas in 1842; died Fayette Co., Tenn., April 14, 1892.
ROBBIE FULLERTON daughter of Robert G. and Lucy Fullerton, born Lincoln Co., Tenn., July 8, 1873; died Brownsboro, Ala., where she was teaching school, February 3, 1892.
SUSAN C. CAMPBELL widow of Charles G. Campbell born Goochland Co., Va., Jan. 8, 1811; daughter of Daniel A. Kerman and moved the year of her birth to Logan Co., Ky. she married Apr. 23, 1848; 7 children, 6 surviving her: Rev. D. S. Campbell, Mrs. Z. R. McClem, Mrs. W. J. Rohrer, John W. Campbell, Charles T. Campbell, Mrs. O. D. Lyon; 35 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Died McCracken Co., Ky., March 15, 1892.
NANCY A. WRIGHT wife of Benjamin F. Wright, born Oct. 13, 1857; died Allen Co., Ky., April 22, 1892; married Sept. 18, 1856; 1 dau., 1 son.
CALISTA C. WILKERSON, nee Smith, wife of J. T. Wilkerson, born June 6, 1826; married July 15, 1847; died Dec. 13, 1891.
BAILEY ETTA daughter of A. W. and E. A. JONES died So. Pittsburg, Tenn., April 1, 1892 aged 1 year and 5 months, of croup.
POSEY N. SMITH born Buchanan Co., Mo., April 21, 1858; died near St. Joseph, Feb. 26, 1892; surviving were his father and siblings.
R. W. CALVERT born Abbeville Co., S.C., Jan. 5, 1813 and moved with parents to Allen Co., Ky. when he was two years old; married Rebecca Travelstead; 6 sons, 3 daughters; died recently.
LAURA HAWLEY, nee Brown, born Benton Co., Tenn., Dec. 6, 1849; died Mar. 20, 1892; married R. M. Hawley, Jan. 14, 1869; 4 children, 1 surviving her.
JOSEPH WILSON LANE born Warren Co., Miss., Dec. 15, 1827; died Huntsville, Miss., Feb. 13, 1892; married Mary Ann Calhoun, Oct. 5, 1852.
WARREN PURCELL born Grayson Co., Ky., Aug. 6, 1820; died Feb. 5, 1892 in residence of his son, G. T. Purcell, Independence, Mo.
A. AUSTIN born Greenville, S.C., June 15, 1812; died Winona, Miss., Mar. 24, 1892; married twice; father of 21 children.
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