TN Genealogy Queries #4 -TN - QUERY4.HTML

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TENNESSEE GENEALOGY QUERIES #4
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 (October 1997)


PARKER, THOEN:
Subj: Parker      Date: 97-10-01
From: bussol@arctic.net (Mary Thoen)
Attempting to research my great, great grandfather's family. He is Lt. William Byrd "Bob", SA. PARKER b 11/6/1841 Hawkens, GA.
Enlisted in fall 1861 -- Georgia Battery, Bragg's Texas Brigade, Army of Tennessee. Paroled in Maridan,  (EDITOR'S NOTE: Meridian??) MS, May 1865.
Four Parker brothers fought in Civil War, three on them were at Atlanta.
Frank PARKER was killed at Atlanta.  
EMAIL: bussol@arctic.net
BARGER, DONAHUE, HURT:
Subj: RE: Barger Family History  Date: 97-10-01
From: Susan_Donahue@piercestevens.com (Susan Donahue)
Thanks for the quick response. I will forward my Barger and Hurt family group sheets. If you have anyone who needs help with Chicago or northern Illinois lookups, I will be happy to assist.
I think your idea of exchanging information with your students is terrific. I teach genealogy at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, IL, and I am going to try the same thing here.
Do you have anyone searching the BARGER family in Henderson and Carroll Counties in TN?
I have quite a lot of information about the Barger family which I would be happy to share, and I could use some help, too. Thank you.
Susan Barger Donahue
411 East Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, IL 60187
EMAIL: Susan_Donahue@piercestevens.com

(Email is: Susan_Donahue@piercestevens.com)
HART, CHRISENBERRY, BAUCUM:
Subj: Hart line Date: 97-10-03
From: dwind@hop-uky.campus.mci.net

I am searching the family of Aaron HART, married Caroline CHRISENBERRY. Trying to prove that George Aaron HART, Sr. is his father...
They were all in
Henry County, TN
.....Also researching William Columbus HART...Married Sarah
Margaret BAUCUM...
EMAIL: dwind@hop-uky.campus.mci.net


STROXTILE:
Subj: Rose Ann ? Stroxtile
Date: 97-10-04
From: vwbug@texas.net


Looking for the maiden name of Rose Ann STROXTILE. Rose was born in  Tennessee and m. William STROXTILE in Kentucky. Their first child,  William STROXTILE and their last child Liddy STROXTILE were born in Kentucky, but the other five were born in Tennessee.
If anyone has any information, to just the
county where she may have been born, I certainly would appreciate hearing from you.
Nancy
EMAIL:vwbug@texas.net
CULLEN, MOORING:
Subj: genealogy query
  Date: 97-10-04
From: mcullen@southshore.com (Mike Cullen)

Looking for info on MOORING line. Found listed on 1850 census in Henderson Co. TN census. One of their daughters made it to TX around 1866 (my
gggrandmother) but would like to know more about "before and after".  (Henry and Sophia MOORING, daughter Anna Mariah MOORING, other children listed.)
EMAIL: mcullen@southshore.com

WARD, LOVEDAY, KENNEDY, TACKETT, THOMPSON, DAVIS, IVERSEN, WEBB, TUCKER, SEIBER, DIGGS, WALKER, ELSWICK, MAYBERRY, STROUD:

Subj: Anderson, Campbell Co. TN    Date: 97-10-05
From:jivdrsen@olxnet.com (JOY IVDRSEN)
Joy Ward Itersen (hiversen@olynet.com
)

I am trying to find more information on my gggrandfather Eli WARD, b. 13 February 1831 in TN. Some family legends have him being born in N.C. and brought to Scott Co. TN by his mother RACHEL. Rachel's maiden name is WARD and Ali's father was Henry LOVEDAY from Ashe Co. N.C, Rachel was married to Eartin KENNEDY, John TACKETT, William THOMPSON, and W.H. DAVIS. There is no evidence of whether she was married to Henry or not.

Eli WARD was married several times and had approximately 23 children. I am the descendant of his first wife Elizabeth WEBB, b. 1829 and d. 1880-1886 in Anderson Co. TN. Eli was a minister of the gospel in Anderson and Campbell Co. My maiden name is Ward and it is very important to me to track this particular line. Any information on Eli WARD or Elizabeth WEBB would be greatly appreciated.

Other family members in Anderson Co.  TN:
I am a descendant of
Melvina TUCKER, b. 12 May 1834, m. to Phillip SEIBER b. 1833 in Anderson Co.; John DIGGS b. 1819 and d. in Andersonville Prison 25 Jun 1864, and his wife Rachel WALKER b. 1820 and d. 8 Apr 1897 in Oliver Springs. I would like to share what I have as well. I have no information on the parents of Melvina TUCKER, John DIGGS, Elizabeth WEBB or Rachel WALKER. If you know anything about them I would like to hear from you.

Steven ELSWICK b: ca: 1774 and Charity NESTER b: ca 1783 married 2 Jun 1795 come from the Anderson Co. area as well. I believe that Steven's father was Jonathan ELSWICK and Charity's father was Frederick NESTOR.

David MAYBERRY b: ca: 1799 and Nancy STROUD b: ca 1799 are from TN but I don't know what area.

I have lots of family in TN and would love to share.

Joy Ward Iversen
jiversen@olynet.com


BICE, BUISE, BUICE, WHITEHOUSE, WHILHIM:
Subj: BICE/BUISE/BUICE family
  Date: 97-10-05
From: jbuice@computron.net (Jack E. Buice)

Tilliam BICE/BUIPE/BUICE(b. 1776 m. 1813 Katherine WHITEHOUSE 1013 in Rhea County. d. ca 1865 Walker Cdunty, GE. (She married 2nd Alem`nter WHMLHIM) Children:
Valentine BUICE;
Robezt Woods BUICE;
Marp A. BUICE;
Martha J. BUICE;
Sarah E. BUICE;
Margaret
S BUICE.
Other children may have been
Jonathan BUICE, b. `a. 1814) and
Elijah E. BUICE, b. 1828 and

Thomas J. BUICE
  I am a great grandson of Elijah BUICE. Elijah moved from Floyd
County, Ga to Hill County, TX ca 1890's where` he died in 1902. Seeking info on William's ancestors `and descendants.


I am looking for info on the Phillips Family that lived in Chatham County, NC.
Rebecca J. Phillips was born before 186?. She married James Robert Edwards, and they had nine children, one of which was stillborn, and one - Alice Fay EDWARDS - was my grandmother. Alice was born in May of 1900.  
Rebecca PHILLIPS EDWARDS died in April of 1932.
I believe Rebecca's parents lived and died in Chatham County, as well, but I don't know the names of her parents. I have lots of Edward's info, but nothing on Phillips'.
Can you help?
Lisa Wilmer
EMAIL: LWilmer329@aol.com


HINSON:
Subj: Nashville
 Date: 97-10-07
From: RLH12886@aol.com
Dear Nancy,

... I thought you might know the answer to a question that has puzzled my family since the Civil War. My g-g-g grandfather fought for the South, was discharged in Tupelo, MS, because he was sick, and too old, and was taken to Nashville where he died and is supposed to be buried. I have written letters several years ago while I was living in Arkansas to a couple of libraries in Nashville, and they said they could find no record of him in the Civil War Veteran's burial lists they searched. He actually would have been buried as a civilian, so which cemetery is that old and might have records that far back? His entire family was from Hickman County, Tennessee, although he had moved to Arkansas in 1852.
Thanks,
Bobby Hinson
EMAIL: RLH12886@aol.com
GRAY:
Subj: DANIEL GRAY, GONE TO TEXAS 1831
  Date: 97-10-07
From: JXPV24B@prodigy.com (MR JAMES D GRAY)

I  am researching my GGG Grandfather, Dajiel GRAY who war from Tenn.  He was borl ca 1790 and may have been a War of 1812 vet.  He moved to Texas in 1831, and was an original Texas Ranger under Capt. Tumilson; fought in the Mexican Revolution  and against Commanches.
He died in Bastrop Countx, TX, in 1847.
Question:  Hjw do I find his father when I don't know his name?  Early census records do not show family members, only heads of households.  The 1830 and 1840 census leads me to believe he was from Davidson County, but nnw I'm lost and don't know where to turn.  Any gtidance on how to track him?
  I live in Covina, Calif., so I just can't go to Tennessee.
Thanks for any help anyone can give me.
Sincerely,
James D. Gray
EMAIL:  JXPV24B@prodigy.com
P.S.  I can give more information on the Texas side of my family line if it will help.


BLAYLOCK, McCLINTON, OWENS:
Subj: Parents of Zurie or Zura Blaylock
  Date: 97-10-07
From: zuragold@sbt.infi.net (zuragold)

Looking for the parents of Zurie or Zura BLAYLOCK. Zura married
John McCLINTON, somewhere around the middle to late 1800s. They had many children, some were:
John  McCLINTON, Jr.,
Rayfield McCLINTON,
Maggie McCLINTON,
Lizzie McCLINTON,
Lovie McCLINTON,
 
William Mckinley McCLINTON and
Patient McCLINTON.
There were more children. I can't find
any information on Zura Blaylock parents, who would be my great-grandparents.
Zura Blaylock, lived around the Whiteville
and Humboldt Tennessee area.
My name is Minnie Owens. Thanks for your help
Email :
 zuragold@sbt.infi.net (zuragold@sbt.infi.net)
CAMPBELL,McCOY, HEARN, SKEEN, BOSTICK, HEWGLEY, BAIRD, DOBSON, WILLS, HANCOCK, RAMSEY, BROWN, CURRY, KEYSER, TODD, CLEMMONS:
Subj: Hello!  Date: 97-10-07
From:
<sjcamp@swbell.net> (Sandy Campbell)

Hello,
Just wanted to say hello and see how you are doing. I see that you've been busy with your web pages. They look great and I'm sure are a real help to all those folks workin' on their TN roots!
  I have a copy of my "latest" efforts on my Campbell mystery and if you want to pass it around your class and see if it rings any bells or family connections, I'd sure appreciate it. I'M STUCK!!!
James CAMPBELL from Scotland is a real problem. I'm hoping maybe someone connects to Hugh CAMPBELL's children or Thomas M. CAMPBELL's children, ie: Bostick, Skeen, Hewgley, Baird, Dobson, Wills, Hancock, Hearn, Ramsey......etc.
I figure there HAS to be someone else out there who descends from this bunch! I sure appreciate all your help. I have a genealogy homepage in the Family Tree Maker Web page site... Do you use Family Tree Maker? Their web page has a lot of good database links!
Let me know if I can help you in any way, too. Take care.

-Sandy J. Campbell
EMAIL: <sjcamp@swbell.net>
Go to: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/campbell.html to see Sandy CAMPBELL's  listing.
See Sandy's page on Family Treemaker's site at:
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/a/m/Sandy---J-Campbell/index.html


FRECHETTE, GOLDENET, FREE:
Subj: E-Mail for ( Gene Frechette ) Info on FREE Family name: Date: 97-10-07
From: dgjr23@juno.com (Diane Goldenet)

BY WAY OF: Genny1@aol.com

Dear Gene,
 Have you done the Soundex Search for Tennessee for the year 1900 ? If
you have not, the Soundex Code for the name Free is < F600>
  Get to an
LDS Family History Center near you somewhere and ask a staff member to help you order this film. There is a Catalogue for the Soundex Films there, and this coded name will be somewhere in one of the films. It will list all the Free's in Tenn. at the time of that Fed. Census. The people at the FHC will help you get started searching the film. Pay special attention to any Free name you should find in (Sevierville) Sevier Co. or any of the counties around that county. Any map will tell you all the County Names. It takes about 10 days for the films to come in from Salt Lake. The films cost $3.25 for use for about 60 days.
  This
should lead you to your Jackson FREE or to his parents or other relatives. If there is no success with this year's Soundex, then go to the 1910 Soundex also. If I can help you further on the even older family lines, please e-Mail me.
Best of luck...Diane G.
EMAIL: dgjr23@juno.com


BRANDT, CROSS, VOLIVA, JOHNSON, HENSLEY:
Subj: https://sites.rootsweb.com/~tngenny1/query1.html   Date: 97-10-08
From: brandt@powerweb.net (John & Sandy Brandt)
CROSS AND VOLIVA FAMILIES
Benjamin Franklin Cross b. 1822, ?? Co.Tenn., later found in Wayne
Co. Ill m. Cecilia Johnson b. Ill - parents b.?? Tenn. Charles Voliva b. 1821, Tyrell Co. N.C. m. 1848, White Co.Tenn. to Margaret Elizabeth Hensley b. 1825, White Co.Tenn. later found in Hamilton Co. Ill.
I would greatly appreciate any help or suggestions of where to look next.
Sandra Brandt
-910 E.Walnut St.
Horicon,WI 53032-1228
EMAIL: brandt@powerweb.net

SMITH, HOSS:
Subj: JOHN SMITH AND MARY HOSS   Date: 97-10-08
From: fsmith@topeka.cjnetworks.com (FLOYD E SMITH)

Hi GENNY
My name is FLOYD E SMITH , 2215 SW CREST DR,  TOPEKA KS 66614
Am looking for any information on JOHN SMITH and MARY HOSS married 01/15/1827. Children of this marriage :
WILLIAM SMITH, 1828-1905,
MARY ELIZEBETH SMITH, 1831-1918,
HANNAH SMITH, 1834- ,
CRAMPTOM SMITH, 1835- ,
JOHN CALVIN SMITH, 1836-,
MARY JANE SMITH, 1844-1845.

THANK YOU
EMAIL ADDRESS fsmith@topeka.cjnetworks.com


WEEKLEY, WEAKLEY, WEEKLY, MERRY:
Subj: Weekley, Weakley, Weekly   Date: 97-10-07
From: smerry@earthlink.net (Sigrid Merry)  
To: Genny1@aol.com

I am descended from a Jacob Weekley 1740 - 1824 VA, who originates from Shenandoah Valley VA, now WVA. Jacob and Elizabeth Weekley had approx. 11 children, one being William, Elijah, Enoch, John .... In my correspondence with Randy Weekly, he believes the Weekley, Weakley and Weekly are all descendents of the same family.
One descendent, William Weekley 1765 - 1845 moved to southeastern OH, Noble Co, many of his descendents still live in this area. My connection is through Levi D Merry.
  Another son, John Weekly moved to OH and farmed land in both Licking and Musk. Co.

Please let me know if you see any connection (a listing can be found at:WEEKLEY, WEAKLEY FAMILY - weakley2.html)

Contact:   Sigrid Merry    smerry@earthlink.net

Home Page:http://www.merrys.com
or: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/6854/index.html


JACKSON:
Subj: jackson  Date: 97-10-09
From: SKJ613@aol.com

I am a JACKSON, my father's uncle was Wyatt JACKSON. There are about 200 cousins of mine in and around Ashland, Tenn. His uncle, Wyatt and wife Irene ran a plantation of cotton and tobacco fields near the end of the turn of the century. Wyatt JACKSON had four sons. these are my dad's first cousins. Wyatt  JACKSON Jr. recently died at the approx. age of 72 yrs. They owned property known as "Old Sycamore", now a beautiful golf course and deveolpement for famous country singing stars.

There is a lot of heritage there. I am from Rock Island, Ill.

Minnie Pearl was a best freind to my dads 'Aunt Cappy' as they called her. She died several years ago. I took my first steps at her home about 41 years ago.

Would love to here from anyone about this family. Two of the four cousins are still living, I believe.

Thanks for your web site.
Michael Allen Jackson, (born 11-18-53., son of Andrew Perry Jackson III.)

EMAIL: SKJ613@aol.com


GOODMAN, SNYDER:
Subj: Shot in the dark  Date: 97-10-09
From: xray@bellatlantic.net (Pete Goodman)

I've almost given up on finding anything on my dad's side. His name-Ed. Fulton GOODMAN, born 1883 in Pittsburgh, Pa. He had 2 sisters one was named May GOODMAN, and a brother named Charles GOODMAN. I was raised by my aunts. He wasn't around much. I was born in Dawson, Pa. 1915. Mothers name Edna SNYDER. Reason for sending all this to you: Charles Goodman, perhaps moved to Tennnesee, and perhaps died there.
EMAIL: xray@bellatlantic.net


WHITLOCK, HUFF:
Subj: Posting  Date: 97-10-09
From: Wcameo@aol.com

My name is Donna WHITLOCK.
I wish to exchange information with descendants of the HUFF family, who lived in Cocke County, TN in the 1800's.

Thank you,
Donna Whitlock
EMAIL: Wcameo@aol.com


CATLETT:
Subj: Catlett family interest  Date: 97-10-10
From: delinet@icx.net (Lee Catlett)

Hi Genny,  
Just found your site and was looking for information on the CATLETT family. Any pointers appreciated. Thanks.

Lee Catlett
EMAIL: delinet@icx.net


LACY, GIDCOMB, BAKER, MATTHEWS, PARROT:
Subj: LACY, GIDCOMB, BAKER, MATTHEWS, PARROT  Date: 97-10-11
From: brandon@ccms.net (Debbie)

Does anyone have any info on:

James LACY b. 15 Aug 1862, near NobleTN d. 11 Jan 1941 d. 11 Jan 1941, Cape Girardeau. MO
Was James's father William or Jacob LACY b.approx. 1832 m. July 1852 to Cassandra
MATTHEWS?
Was his g-father David LACY who m. Martha PARROT? He m. Alice GIDCOMB 22 Ap 1877 in Lauderdale Co. TN b. 1864, Lauderdale. d. 1937 Morley, Scott Co. MO she was perhaps d. of Noah GIDCOMB & Jane BAKER m. 4 July 1857 Lauderdale.

ANY info on GIDCOMB, LACY, ETC. would be appreciated.
  Also, if anyone needs any of my info, they are welcome to it. I have some old pictures of James & Alice LACY if you're related and want a copy. Thanks!
Deborah Lacy
EMAIL: brandon@ccms.net


BOYD, BOID, GUTHRIE:
Subj: David Boyd  Date: 97-10-11
From: vrboyd@ppp@townsquare.net (vernon boyd)

Looking for information on David BOYD born about 1824 in Warren County  Tennessee. Married Emaline or Emiline GUTHRIE. I believe he was the son  of Elizabeth (Betty) and Robert BOYD (Born about 1795, in Kentucky)  
Robert may have been the son of Isabelle? and John BOYD or BOID.

Vernon Boyd
EMAIL: vrboyd@ppp@townsquare.net


HILL, DUDLEY, MAPLES, BROCATO:
Subj: Genealogical Query   Date: 97-10-12
From: Tmbrocato@aol.com

Looking for information on my great-grandfather and great-grandmother. HILL -- James Samuel Hill, Jr. Born about 1867 died around 1929.
  Parents were James Samuel HILL, Sr. and Musadora Elizabeth HILL. Married Nancy Elizabeth DUDLEY in 1899 or 1900 in White County, TN. 10 children from this marriage, some of the children were born in Coffee County, TN including my grandmother Lucy Ann HILL MAPLES.
  Would like any information you have on this person or his family. Hill may have been from Indian heritage.
Thank you,
Teresa Brocato
Tmbrocato@aol.com

-or-
9433 Moores Mill Rd.
New Market, AL 35761

EDITOR'S NOTE:  
Jess Lewis  (jlewis@CAFES.NET) on the TNROOTS email list recently wrote to someone who was looking for published sources available on Coffee County, TN: Coffee Co. is alive & well, thank you ! Lots of "stuff" available. For starters, you might visit..... http://www.cafes.net/jlewis/        
Then, check.......http://cafes.net/jlewis/pubs.htm for a sampling of what is available from the Coffee Co. Historical Society.
If you don't find what you need, E-Mail Jess Lewis at jlewis@CAFES.NET & he will let you know what else is available.
Jess also wrote: Possibly, some of you new folks out there, are not aware of the USGen Web or Tennessee's link with it as the "TnGen" Project. Most all counties of Tennessee (including Coffee) are represented, with sources, links, and lots of "goodies".
Why not check us out at...... http://www.usit.net/tngenweb/
I think that you will be pleasantly surprised. (don't forget to bookmark)

From Jess Lewis   (http://www.cafes.net/jlewis/j&j.htm)


HOWARD:
Subj: Howard's from Tennessee  Date: 97-10-14
From: khoward@esper.com (Kenneth H. Howard III)

I am tracing all HOWARD Families in Tennessee. My family in particular started in Va. in 1620, moved to Anne Arundel Co., Md., then to Wilkes Co., N.C. and then to Blount and Monroe Co., Tn. in 1830.
I also have thousands of Howard's from all over Tennessee and would like to incorporate any other lines if available.
EMAIL: khoward@esper.com


WEAKLEY, WEEKLEY:
Subj: WEAKLEY Family  Date: 97-10-14
From: scottw19@idt.net (DSW)

I, too, am a WEAKLEY but the name was changed in 1800's to WEEKLEY-WEEKLY by my G-Father REUBEN FRANKLIN WEEKLY of LEONARD FRANKLIN WEAKLEY of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WEAKLEY(b. 1825) and I lose the trail there.
I have an IBM, e-mail and a copy of World Family Tree v. 4.0 (Broderbund) which accepts GEDCOM files I believe.
Thanks  
Sincerely,  
Scott Weekly
San Diego, CA
EMAIL: scottw19@idt.net


LOWREY, LOWRY, NELSON:
Subj: Lowrey/Lowry   Date: 97-10-16
From: tlowery@pobox.com (Tom Lowery)

I am researching the LOWREY/LOWRY family in Greene County, TN. I am looking for info on William LOWREY who was married to Jane NELSON LOWREY.
  They had four sons, the oldest of which was Thomas Smith LOWREY b: 1858 in Greene County, Tn d: 1936 Telfair County,  Georgia.
  William LOWREY was  a Major in the civil war.
EMAIL: tlowery@pobox.com


WHITEMAN, DUNN:
Subj: Genealogy-Whiteman family of Tennessee  Date: 97-10-16
From: jrnlou@email.msn.com (Jerry W. Whiteman)

Hi Nancy;
I last emailed you in May 97, and you requested my mailing address in case someone had information they would like to send me.
  My address is Jerry W. Whiteman, 252 Angla Dr. S.E., Smyrna, Georgia 30082. I do not have a home page at this time; my email is  Jrnlou@msn.com.
I seek information on the WHITEMAN family from the Nashville area
  .My GF, Jessie Forest WHITEMAN was born 3-3-1873 at Big Shanty,Tn. his father W.S.WHITEMAN and mother Larue DUNN Whiteman were paper manufacturers before and during the civil war. The home and mill still stand at 4700 White's Creek Pike near Nashville.
   I have no knowledge of the family except two newspaper clippings. My late father, Joseph WHITEMAN was born in TN, lived in Atlanta, Ga. where I was born 10-9-26. Maybe someone in your forum may have information and I would like for them to contact me.
Thank you for your efforts; keep my addresses and good luck to you.
Jerry
EMAIL: Jrnlou@msn.com


McMILLAN, LEDGERWOOD:
Subj: MCMILLAN  Date: 97-10-16
From: SkunkDML@aol.com

I am looking for the descendants of ALEXANDER MC MILLAN who founded
McMILLAN'S STATION in Knox County TN.
Debbie Ledgerwood
EMAIL: SkunkDML@aol.com


SCOTT, ROOT, OWENS:
Subj: Wylie Scott  Date: 97-10-16
From: broot@slkc.uswest.net (William L. Root)

Wylie SCOTT was born in 1802 in Tennessee. His daughter was Missouri Bell SCOTT, who was born in Missouri. She is my Great Grandmother.
I am looking to find any information I can on Wylie SCOTT and his family.
Other children born to Wylie SCOTT and his wife, Margarewt C. OWENS.. (Margaret was also born in Tennessee in 1822.)
  Their first child was M V D SCOTT who was born in Tennessee.
Second child, George SCOTT was born in 1845 in Illinois.
Third child Alice G. SCOTT was born in Illinois about 1847.
Fourth child, Mary M. SCOTT, born in Illinois about 1853,
Fifth child, William W. SCOTT, born about 1855, and
Sixth child, Missouri Bell SCOTT, born 3 Oct 1858.
EMAIL:  broot@slkc.uswest.net



GOOLSBY, FUQUAY, CROOK, BROWN, LANG:

Subj: Goolsby   Date: 97-10-17
From: hundan@pacbell.net   (Terri)

Hi:
I'm looking for a William G. GOOLSBY married to a Elizabeth possibly FUGUAY. From White Co., Jackson Co. and Putnam Co. TN. They are my 4th great grandparents. They left TN and went to MO and then NE in 1855. He was one of the first people in Richardson Co. NE
I also have a Wade or Wyatt GOOLSBY married to a Jane CROOK in 1787 in Rowan Co. N.C. their son may be James GOOLSBY with land in Jackson Co. and White Co.
One of his daughters is an Elizabeth who marries a Rev. Josiah BROWN. They also go to Mo.
Jesse CROOK also goes to MO and NE with the Goolsbys.
There is an elder William GOOLSBY born around 1801 in MO. with a wife named Patsy or Margaret. He must die because she goes to NE at the same time Wm. G.  GOOLSBY does.
I believe they are related.
Wm. G.  GOOLSBY is again in Putnam Co. in 1870 but dies in NE along with Elizabeth.
James GOOLSBY dies before the 1870 census.
Can anyone help me put this together? There are 3 others looking for the same family and one for the CROOK's.
Thanks
Terri Lang.
80 Whittington Dr.,
Newcastle, Ca. 95658
EMAIL:  hundan@pacbell.net


CHASE, THOMPSON, REMINE, BOLTON:
Subj: Query   Date: 97-10-17
From: JHENRYMUS@aol.com
I would like to share my info with anyone who has info on the following people that lived in Washington Co., TN
Matthew CHASE (6 Mar 1852 - 14 Sep 1896) m. Mary Cathern THOMPSON (abt. 1853 - 25 Feb 1941. (Her sisters were Sallie  THOMPSON and Zilda THOMPSON)
Their children:
Myrtle CHASE (1883 - 16 Apr 1931)
Bruce Calvin CHASE (13 Oct 1885 - 28 Mar 1945 in Limestone)
James "Jamie" CHASE (1896 - 16 Feb 1940)

Henry REMINE
Children:
Thomas A. Nelson REMINE (25 Oct 1859 - 6 Nov 1935) m. Mary "Molly" Rebecca BOLTON (1855 - 21 May 1933 in Limestone TN)
Children:
Willie Pearl REMINE (8 Feb 1887 - 11 Nov 1950) m. Bruce Calvin CHASE
Abb REMINE m. Ella ?
Children:
Henry REMINE
Children:
Raymond REMINE
Lola REMINE m. Ida ? He was a sheriff
Scott REMINE
John REMINE
Bert REMINE
Laura REMINE
EMAIL:  JHENRYMUS@aol.com

JONES, REMER:
Subj: JONES link  Date: 97-10-17
From: SteamDog@classic.msn.com (Jay Remer)
I am interested in finding out more about your Jones link.
My gr,gr,gr grandfather was David R. JONES.
I don't know anything about him but my family moved to Tennessee where my grandfather and his brothers were born. I was  wondering if there was a connection. Any help you can provide would be  wonderful. I've been stuck for months!!
Thanks and I love your homepage.
Debi Remer
EMAIL:  SteamDog@classic.msn.com

FELSHEIM:
Subj: (no subject)  Date: 97-10-18
From: felshe@students.wisc.edu
Hi,
 ...I was reading your wonderful page and wondering if you might be able to help me. I have been told there is a town in Tennessee with my family name:  FELSHEIM.
It must be very small and I have had no luck trying to find out where it is or any of its history.
Any thoughts?
Thanks,
Mark J. Felsheim
email felshe@students.wisc.edu

GOODMAN, REDER, TARABOCHIA:
Subj: RE: Goodman  Date: 97-10-18
From: carolynn@nventure.com (Tarabochia, Carolyn)

My g-grandmother, Mary Elizabeth GOODMAN was b 23 Feb before 1866, Memphis, TN ; she married Cornelius REDER 3 Dec 1866 in Memphis, Tenn.
Do not know if there is any relation.
Carolynn


SPEARS, MYERS, RICE, CLICK:
Subj: SPEARS - MYERS - RICE   Date: 97-10-18
From: WORSEY@aol.com
Looking for the G-father of George SPEARS ; Hawthorn, OK around 1860 (Cherokee INDIAN).
Father was William Taylor Zachariah Spears .
Who was WTZ SPEARS father ?
Robert or Sam who married a white woman Lydia Click around 1800
George and brothers are on Land Grant lists but father or G-father
Looking for Silus MYERS of New Tazwell or Tazwell TN married 7 times; one son was JIM CARR MYERS (my direct line)
Looking for HARRISON RICE  in East TN
No information on first wife but by first marriage sons -
Charles RICE and Clayton RICE, by Bessie (Letha?)
2nd wife sons Robert RICE and Hobart RICE.
Appreciate any help
EMAIL: worsey@aol.com
STRICKLAND:
Subj: Strickland    Date: 97-10-18
From: jackjan@brightok.net (Jackie & Janice)
STRICKLAND,
Thank you for your Tn. query,
I am searching Tn roots for a John STRICKLAND, who was born in Tn in March 1837. John's father was born in Tn and his mother in N. Carolina.
John was married to Sarah A., maiden name UNK
John and Sarah probably got married in Tn in 1859 or 1860. They had 9 children, but I only know these names,
George L. STRICKLAND, born July 1843 in Tn,
Early F. STRICKLAND born 1880 in Tn
the names Roxy and Lizzy or Elizabeth STRICKLAND,
and my ggrandmother Lear Vesta STRICKLAND, born Oct. 13, 1882 in Montgomery Ark.
John and Sarah had been married 40 years on the Garland Co 1900 Ark. census.
Anyone searching for the Tn. STRICKLANDS, e-mail me please.
Thanks, Jackie
jackjan@brightok.net

Subj: Genealogy Information  Date: 97-10-19
From: GenTipList@aol.com (Tracey Converse)
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McCAIN:
Subj: Blount County, TN    Date: 97-10-20
From: MGMShoe@aol.com
Where should I go in Blount County to find records pertaining to JOHN "(old John) McCAIN who lived there in the 1700s?
I can't find the name of the county seat on the net or the address of a county courthouse or historical society.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also is your newsletter still in print? And are any back issues available which might pertain to my McCAIN relatives?
EMAIL: MGMShoe@aol.com

BRIGGS, HENSLEY, RAY, HAMILTON:
Subj: Tennessee links  Date: 97-10-23
From: qhensley@intellisys.net (Quinlin & Roxie Hensley)
Hi,  I am Roxie Briggs Hensley of Altus OK.
I am researching RAY's from Lawrence County and HAMILTONS from Carroll County, TN.
I have a home page dedicated to my family genealogy. It contains stories, pictures, obituaries, and a searchable database. I enjoy visiting relatives. I invite you to come and stay as long as you wish. I will never get tired of your visit.
My site is dedicated to all of the families that I am researching, therefore I am not trying to take anything away from any of the other sites on the web.
I add to the site as often as I can so there is a chance that you will find something new each time you visit.
I have a page to list researchers and their e-mail addresses and I want to link to all homepages of my internet "cousins" in hopes that our research will become easier as time goes on. This site is free to all and is not a commercial site. The information will be freely shared with all who ask.
I don't put anyone's name or e-mail address on this page without permission.
I would like a link on your page. I will be putting a link to your site on my link page.
Thank you.  I hope you will visit soon and please sign my guestbook.
Sincerely,
Roxie Briggs Hensley
Altus OK
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Roxie's homepage:
http://www.intellisys.net/users/qhensley/roxiehtml/roxie1.html

Roxie's e-mail:
rhensley@intellisys.net


HIGGINS, WEAKLEY, SEYMOUR:
Subj: Hello  Date: 97-10-24
From: chiggins@infodata.com (Higgins, Cynthi)
I have been searching the Web for info on the Weakley family and  found your page.  
I am a decendant of the Weakley family of Madison County, VA.
My  grandfather was Kelly Buster Weakley(born abt. 1911) and married Georgia Ellen Seymour (born May 1914).
My great-grandfather was  Hubert Weakley(born abt. 1870?) who married Neva ????. I haven't had much luck researching this family, since most all of the older Weakley relatives are dead.
Does the Weakley family that is currently in TN have ancestors from VA or PA?
I also cannot find the book on  the Weakley family by Samuel Weakley.
I understand that this is not really a published book, but a handwritten manuscript.
Any information you can give me for Weakleys in VA would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Cynthia Weakley Higgins
chiggins@infodata.com

WEAKLEY, WEEKLY:
Subj: WEAKLEY Family  Date: 97-10-24
From: scottw19@idt.net  (DSW)
Your site is an unexpected treasure- a real find in my search for WEAKLEY's. Thank you for your time and effort on our family tree from all of us descendants!
I can not find this WEAKLEY from VA book everyone is talking about.
Am I to understand that every one knows of it yet no one has it??
Is there a copy that I may buy or see?
I am from Benjamin Franklin WEAKLEY(b.1851 in Big Meadows VA).
Thanks again,
Scott Weekly
EMAIL: scottw19@idt.net
FOLKNER, HOWELL:
Subj: Information  Date: 97-10-25
From: Mfolkner@aol.com
Hello Nancy
Enjoyed your page!!
I have searched all over TN trying to find where my 3 ggf William FOLKNER was in 1823 & 1826 where his 1st 2 daughters were born, no luck!!
I have found a FOLKNER Road in Hixson, TN & have been trying to learn how it got its name, again, no luck!!
Do you know where I might write to learn this history of the road?
Thank you for any help you can send my way.
Marolyn Folkner Howell
Bakersfield, CA
EMAIL: Mfolkner@aol.com

COUTS, KAUTZ, EVANS:
Subj: Query  Date: 97-10-26
From: bevans@syix.com (evans)
Hello Genny,
I am seeking information on Detrick "Teter" COUTS, believed to have settled in Nashville and Robertson Co. TN area 1788.
He had sons:
John COUTS,
Christopher (Chrisley) COUTS,
Henry COUTS,
William COUTS,
and daugthers:
Elizabeth COUTS,
Mary Magdeline COUTS, and
Margaret COUTS.
They settled in the Robertson Co. TN area. The name is German, a derivative of KAUTZ. It is believed that the line came from Dietrich COUTS, of Rockingham Co. VA in the Shanendoah Valley. They originally came from Germany 1750 and 1752, to Philidelpha PA.
Thanks
Barbara Couts Evans,
EMAIL: bevans@syix.com

Home Page: http://www.syix.com/bevans/barbara/couts.html


FULLER, ANDERSON, HALEY:
Subj: Fullers of Smith County  Date: 97-10-27
From: vanderso@up.net (Anderson)
I am looking for information on my GGrandfather, WILLIAM FULLER.
According to his discharge paper from the Civil War he was born in Smith County, TN. He served in Company B or G (it hard to read the writing), fourth Regiment of ---, --- Tennessee Volunteers.
He married Louise Jane HALEY and their children were
Maggie FULLER,
Florence FULLER,
Tish Lou FULLER,
Jesse G. FULLER,
Gertie FULLER,
Basil FULLER,
John Sameul FULLER,
Nora Jane FULLER,
James Homer FULLER and
Bettie Haley FULLER.
I would appreciate any information.
Virginia (Fuller) Anderson
vanderso@up.net
BILLS:
Subj: Bills  Date: 97-10-28
From: blzldy@aol.com
I am looking for my g-g-grandfather, Robert McCoy BILLS.  b. January 31,1816 in Nashville, Tenn.
He married Rebecca ? July 20,1841 in Lawrence County, ILL.
They lived in Jamestown Wisconsin until 1852 when they came overland to California.They both died in Wyandotte California.
I have not been able to find Robert McCoy BILLS' parents. He might have had a brother (?) Alexander W. Bills, also born in Nashville, Tenn.
I would appreciate any help.
You may contact me at blzldy@aol.com
GOODMAN, JONES:
Subj: Researching GOODMAN in TN   Date: 97-10-30
From: Tracy888@aol.com
Hi Nancy,
My name is Tracy and I'm a genealogy newbie. I am looking for Goodmans from TN.
My grandfather was from, and this is probably spelled wrong, Armathewait TN.
Here is what I know, this is as far back as my grandmother could go.
John GOODMAN, (b.TN) married America Ann ? (TN) (don't know her last name)
their children:
William Jesse Goodman (TN),
Johnny Goodman (TN),
Tony Haywood Goodman (TN).

William Jesse Goodman (TN) married Alzaniah Alice JONES
their children:
William Toney Goodman b. DEC 24, 1922 Armathewait TN d. OCT 18, 1981 in Jacksonville, FL (my grandfather),
Delbert Leo Goodman,
Nora Goodman,
May Goodman,
Georgia Goodman,
Roxie Goodman
I can be contacted at
Tracy888@aol.com.
Thank You,
Tracy

SIMMONS, WALKER, HARVEY, ERVING:
Subj: Queries  Date: 97-10-31
From: Gscomman@ntslink.net  (email updated 15 Feb 1999)

I am searching for Thomas SIMMONS and his wife Mary Ann WALKER.
They appear in the 1820 Census of Wayne County Tennessee. They have seven children. Three we know of are:
Peter Simmons,
Wiley Simmons, and
Lewis Simmons.
They were born in North Carolina in the 1800's in or around Bertie County. The children came to Tennessee while still young.
We do not know where Thomas SIMMONS is before 1820 as he does not appear in any Census of Tennessee or North Carolina in the counties listed. They may be in surrounding counties.
Thomas SIMMONS was born about 1765 in Bertie County North Carolina. Was married there and moved to Tennessee. The children grew up in Tennessee and married in Wayne county.
Peter SIMMONS married a Cynthia HARVEY.
Cynthia's Father was Thomas G. HARVEY from Georgia.
Lewis SIMMONS and Wiley SIMMONS married sisters Sarah Ann ERVING and Mary Ann ERVING.
Their parents were Hezekiah ERVING and Polly SIMMONS. They were born in North Carolina also. They came to Wayne county Tennessee where they were married about 1825 to 1831.
In 1832 Wiley and Lewis SIMMONS moved to Cape Giradeau Missouri.
Thomas stayed in Wayne County Tennessee untill about 1843, when Peter and Thomas moved to Johnson County Illinois.
Wiley and Peter Simmons moved to Johnson County Illinois in 1836.
Any help would be appreciated.
Greg Simmons
EMAIL: Gscomman@ntslink.net

GREGORY:
Subj: http://users.aol.com/genny1/done.html  Date: 97-10-31
From: ggregory@mail.coin.missouri.edu(Glenn Gregory)
Looking for ancestors of George Wesley GREGORY born September 12, 1819 near Pikeville in Bledsoe County Tennessee.
His father was also named George Wesley GREGORY but was born about 1790 in Virginia.
They later settled in Laclede County, Missouri.
EMAIL: ggregory@mail.coin.missouri.edu

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