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Whites, etc. -"Pocket", Zone, Georgia 
journal & church registries 
transcribed & indexed by Christine White Dooley 
from Journal of James Elijah White and Louis 
Payne White and church entries and rolls by Louis 
Payne White. 

Published 1991 by C.W. Doolev in Rossville, Ga. (812 Asterwood Dr.. Rossville 30741) . 
Written in English . 

White Family Journals - The Pocket - Georgia 

1882-1935 in The Pocket, Chattahoochee National Forest, Georgia 

Table of Contents: 

page 1-48 - Journals of James Elijah White (1828-1910) and Louis Payne White (1855-1935) 

page 49-66 - Church Records 

page 67-82 - Index 

Note: 

Called Christine Dooley 8-18-2010 - She said it's OK for me to put the book on the web. She's not online herself. 

http://openlibrarv.Org/b/OL1578476M/Whites etc. - Pocket Zone Georgia 

Language: English 

Pagination: 66 p. : 

LCCN: 91093112 

Dewey: 929/.375833 

LC: F292.W16 W48 1991 

Subject: Registers of births, etc. — Georgia — Walker County. 

Church records and registers — Georgia — Walker County. 

Walker County (Ga.) — Genealogy. 

Whites, etc. --"Pocket", Zone, Georgia 
journal & church registries 

by James Elijah White 1828-1910 

Published in 1991, C.W. Dooley (Rossville, Ga. (812 Asterwood Dr., Rossville 30741)) 

Contributions: White, Louis Milton, 1902-1971., White, Louis Payne, 1855-1935., Dooley, Christine White, 
works: Whites, etc. --"Pocket", Zone, Georgia 

By statement: transcribed &. indexed by Christine White Dooley from Journal of James Elijah White and Louis Payne White and 
church entries and rolls by Louis Payne White. 



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WHITES, ETC.... "POCKET", ZOME, .GEOEjalA 



JOURNAL S CHUFCH REGIS TT?,IES 



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Journal of Jaraea Blijah Hhite *iid touis Payne iSlilfee 

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LijjxQry of Congress Card Huniber 91-&&3112 

Chxietine White Dooley, 812 Asterwood Dr. ajossville^ Qeoigia 30741 



DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF 
JAMES ELIJAH WBITE, LOUIS PAYWE .WHITE flKD LOUIS HILTQK WHITE 





JAMES ELIJAH WtilllE 



LOOIS PAYNE WKIIi. 




LOUIS HILTON WHITE 



HEMQRIAI. 

In lovinjg BiemDry cif these three who contributed so much. 

My Great Grandfather, Jaines Elijah White, who was interestei 
enough to write things down. 

The frotlt cover and man^ paggs of the jjOuxnal ara raigsing. 
The earliest aate recorded is 1895. I can't but wonder what it 
might have revealed if it bad remained intact in its entirety. 

«y Grandfather, Louis Payne White, whom 1 remember well, 
■vien though I was only nins years old when he died^ continued to 
writ* in the jaarnal where hia father Iftft off and added much to 
it. In. fact, moat of the journal aE it exists now was written by 
hiu. At his death the journal was packied away and did not 3uf:facB 
until the death of ny Grandmother in 19 SO. An Aunt, Essie Hhite 
Bailey, had it in her possession, and when I began researching in 
genealogy about 19 BQ, she gave it to me. 

Grandpa also kept records of two churches tha family 
attended. Fowler's Chapel Methodist Protestant Episcopal Church 
and Pleasant Grove Church of ^one, Georgia. These records are in 
my possession. Neither church exists today, but their rolls ara 
recorded for posterity. ^ 

My father, Louis Milton White, was also much help to me. 
He grew up in the "Pocket* and knew every place I wanta:d to' find and 
more. Even though he never wrote in the journal, he told me- many 
Btiorie,.st of things that happened and people involved. He hunted 
gld cemeterLes and home pldces so I would know where they had lived. 

I aro BO grateful for what each of these epecial people 
contributed to my life. ^ -, 



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JPMES ELIJAH WHITg. 
James Elijah White was born In South Carolina on Fehniary 
24,1828- Hia parents vera Vevtan 'White and Edna Jane Cooper. Ths 
family came to Halker County, Georgia about 1842. Newton 14hite 

was Ohe of the original settlers of Walker County in the "Pocket" 
ajlia JixipuoJiee area, 

Eliiah married Martha Bernetta Stansell on February ZI1,'1BS1. 
She vaa the daughter qf Elijah StanEell and Jane Akin. She was 
born October 26,1930 in Souths Carolina* Elijah and Bernetta were 
the parents of eight children- They are burled in the White Cemetery 
at Villanov, Georgia ^ 

LOUIS PAYME WHITE 

LouIb Payne White was botn April 9/1855, in Walker County , GA. 
He vaa the third child of James Elijah- White and Martha Bernetta' 
Etansell. 

He married Susan Eliiabeth Bailey on December 14 p 1882, She 
was the daughter of -George Walker Bailey and Margaret Sephronia 
Safner and was born August 1,18S1, in Walker County, GA, The family 
lived in the "Pocket" community, which was Gordon County at that time 
There were nine children born to them> 

Payne and Betty White moved to Rossville, GA aJsout 1&23. 
Payne died December 18,1935 and Betty died Marcb 2,1950. They are 
buried in the Hhite Cemetery at Yillanow, Georgia. 

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' LOUIS HIIiTOM WHITE 

Louis Milton White was the youngest son of Louis Payne and 
Betty White. He was born May 30,1902 in Gordon County, GA. Be 
married Eula Mae Chapman on June 28,1935. Eula Mae was born May 
22,1905 in Cherokee County, GA. 



Louis and Eula Mae had nir^e children; the elcles-t being 
Christine White Doaley, the cdnipiler of this book. 

Louia and Eula «ae lived sll their married life in the 
Rossville, Walker County, GA and surrounding area. 

LoniiB died on May 23,1971 and Eula Mae died on Bepteinb&r 17, 
1972. They are buried in tbe Tennessee-Georgia Memorial Cemetery 
in Rosaville,- Georgia. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Pages 1-48 Journal of James Elijah White and 

Louis Payne White 

Pages 4 9-57 Entries in the Fowler Chapel Methodist 

Protestant Episcopal Church by: 
L.P. WHITE, Class Leader 

Pages -58-66 Pleasant Grove Church, Zone, Georgia 

Record of Officers and Classes 



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FORWARD 

The "Pocket" is now a part of the Chattahoochee National 
Forest. It is located in the valley where Horn Mountain rises 
and curves around, doubling back and hemming in the valley to 
give it its name the "Pocket". Just north is John's Mountain 
with Keown Falls Overlook and Keown Falls. County lines have 
changed over the years. There are six counties involved in the 
Forest district, Floyd, Walker, Gordon, Whitfield, Chattooga and 
Catoosa. 

A number of springs rise directly from the ground. The 
water is clear, cold and pure. The temperature never rises 
above 65 degrees. This is called the "Loop". The springs flow 
into a small tributary which feeds into John's Creek. There is 
no specific name for it, but it is referred to by Rangers and 
visitors as "Pocket Creek," 

In winter the rains fill the many small streams and overflow 
John's Creek and flood the valley. 

Except, for the unpaved road 'from Lake Marvin to Villanow the 
Pocket is much as it was when the Cherokee lived there. Wild life 
abounds. There is fishing and hunting. Several agencies are 
participating in a combination of land improvement measures. There 
is a 150 acre lake for flood prevention and recreational development. 
There are picnic areas, camping r fishing and hunting privileges in 
season so long as. everyone meets the legal requirements and rules 
laid down by the Forest Service. 

John's Creek is stocked by the Georgia Game and Fish Commission. 
An open deer hunting season is held annually, usually in October. 

The Pocket was once a thriving community and as populous as 
any of the surrounding country. There were approximately 25 families 
living there with many others north and south of the area. There 
were two churches, a Methodist and a Baptist. There are several old 
cemeteries in the area with markers dating before the Ci,yil War. 
These are listed in the different County Cemetery Records. 

There was a grist mill owned by Payne White. The mill was 
water powered from a dam built across John's Creek, with water 
delivered to its overshot buckets by a wooden-timbered flume. Its 
operation was automatic to a point. There was a furnace on Pocket 
Road where iron was either mined' or smelted. Some cotton and wheat 
were ^r^ised and there was a cotton gin operated by water from John ' s 
Creejc" which processed up to eight bales of cotton a day. There was 
also a sawmill in the area. 

During the 1930 's depression a CCC Civilian Conservation Corps 
Camp built in the Pocket • around the present site of the springs at 
the Loop. Many of, the concrete foundations still stand but nothing 
remains of the barracks and storage buildings. 

There are a number of sites in current use which are well worth 
the effort of searching out. 



THESE ENTRIES ARE FROM AN OLD DIARY 
WHICH WAS ORIGINALLY BEGON BY JAMES ELIJAH WHITE 
AND CONTINUED BY BIS SON LOOIS PAINE WHITE . 

OP UNTIIi 193S 

4 

These entries are written aa they appear in the original journal, 
and words are spelled as written* I don 't^ know when the journal 
was originally started as the cover is gone and part of the 
journal itself • The earliest entries are 1895, 

MISSAIi ANEQOS 

We went to Miltons Peb^ the 18, returned 1895. 

There wer a thunder storm Feb. the 10 

Wesley Stancell was in the Pocket Feb. the 12, 1895. 

They moved the sawmill on the slew Mar* the 1 • 

Thorn an Dick killed 3 turkeys Mar* the 1» 

We made the mountain road the last of Feb* 1897, 

Their was the gratest yeald of hickory nuts in 18 S, 

On Saturday Oct. the 19,1895, J. S. S M*B. White visit P.G. White 

on Dry Creek in Chattooga County. 

On Sunday Oct* the 27,1895, J.B. & M.B* visit D,W, Stancell on 

the river in Gordon County* 

on Oct* the 18,1895, J.B* fi M,B. White visitted Jane Baileys 

family in Murry County near Tilton* 

On Jan the 16,1897, I was at J.M. Whites house, his wife wase 

very sick and feeble* 

Julias Jentry stade all night with me Mar. 

W.S, Johnson stade all night Saterday the first Sunday in March 

1897. 

We had a bad storme March the, 19, 1897. 

We fixt the kitchin the 2 weak in March 1897* 

Ole Mrs* Harmon was struck with Paralis March the 23, 1897. 

We cut the Big Pine March the 30, 1897* 

Hit and Jo was in the Pocket May the 11* 

May the 16 Paynes staid all night with us. 

May the 17 Conney was hear after tobaccer, '^ 

We beamed the thread and made cloth May 18,1897. 

May the 31 John Bailey & family stade all night 

Saturday night before the fifth Sunday in May Jeff and Hana came 

after potato slips this morning. 

Youman an Boy stade all night with us May the 31, 1897 an worked 

on the mashien, they charged as §150 & night, 

1897 

Aunt Polley Allin Died Jan. the 5, 1897 

Tomey Stancell died Jan* the 11, 1897* 

Martha Mainer died October 15,1895 

Old Granny Tutsstone died on Saturday Oct* the 19,1895. 

Mr* J.M* Hunt of Calhoun died June the 5, 1897. 

Mr. E*J* Kiker died June the 7, 1897 

Mr* James L* White died June the 18, 1897. 

Old man Davis died Thursday July the 22, 1897. 

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Mary Ann Bailey died Nov. the 28, 1897. 

Bob Pilcher died Sept. the 17, 1897. 

John Grandady Hefner died March the 29, 19 05 

Joaner White died Aprils the 19, 1905 

John Miller Died Thursday May the 28, 1892 

Bill Tatea child Linna died January the 8, 189 8 

' MATRIMONIES 



Anaon Tarvin and Paney Stancil married March the 25, 1897 

Mra- Haley Holeaomback died May the 10,1897. 

Old Billey Sto was burreid June the 4, 1897 

Molley Tate and Peg Arnell merried June the 25,1897 

Charley Stansell and Susey Bailey was merried October 8, 1905 

Frank White and his Frost woman was merried Sept. 30, 1902 

Mary. Bailey and Frank Adkins was marreid Feb. the 3, 1907 

Cornelius Bivens was merried to Miss Taley Sept. the 30, 1897 

Mr. Ed Tudor and Miss Essie Warnock merried Nov. the 14,1897 

Mr. John Barton and Miss Bailey merried Dec. the 5, 1897 

Mr. James White and Hiss Ledford married Jan. the 21, 1897 

Mr. Lee Holsemback and Mis Leavy Tate .married Dec. the 12, 1898. 

YEAR 1897 

Milton was hear Sunday June the 6, 1897. 

John had a big boy to come to his house June the 7, 1897. 
Tax Collector Auston was in the Pocket June the 8, 1897, 
Road Working June the 10, 1897 

J.C. Bailey and children stade all night June the 4, 1897 
Martha Tata come to John Whites an stade a week 1897 
The thermometer went to 98 Thursday June the 17, 1897. 
Mat an Frank went to hunt huckle berrys June the 11,1897. 
Martha Tate came an stade a week with us June 17,1897. 
M.E. Warnock was sick and J.E. Akins an Dr. Story weighted on 
them June the 20,1897. 

The mometor went up to 100 Thursday June the 24,1897, 
L.P. White an John Bailey went to hunt huckle berries the 27,1897 
I went over to Rocky Creek Saturdey June the 26,1897. ' 
The mometor up to 104 July the 1, 1897. 
John Bailey went to a Bee tree July the 2, 1897. 
Bought 1 dozzen fruit cans from Mooda July the 1, 18 97. 
Fed Stansell threashed our wheat July the 17, 1897. 
Dun laying by come July the 16,1897, 
I lond Mr, Smith 1/2 bu. of corne July the 15, 1897. 
I cut the seader tree down in the yarde July the 19,- 1897. 
Smith pade the corne back July the 21, 1897. 
j;ohn B. White brought a load of corne from Walker 
L.P. White an others bought 2 lodes of corne from Walker an one 
of fodder, Dec. the 14, 1903 

James E. and Carle Bailey was hear Nov. the 30, 1903 an brought 
me the rent cotton of my farm. 

Ider and Carle Warnock was hear Feb. the 20 to see if Bart coud 
have the land in Walker, 19 04. 

Emeline and Bart was hear on business March the 13, 19 04. 

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I bought John interest in the Miller Place Sept, the 15/ 1908, 

Adington a Pedlar from Rome was hear July the 29,1897. 

We hauled 2 loads of Tan barke July the 29 an 30, 1897. 

Our 3d quarterly meating imbracea the first Saturday an Sunday in 

August 1897. All churches represented by ministers. 

Vetray borne July 30, 1887. 

Payne sold his place to Tate Jan the 27 for $250. 1898 moved. 

J.W. "J&te pads Matty White $90 for her child for J.C. Bailey this 

February 22, 1904. 

Nelley Gentry an Rindy stade all night with us Nov. the 30,1897. 

Dock & John White was over hear Dec. the 10, 1897. 

Martha Tate and Will Stansell stade all night hear Dec. the 17, 

1897. 

Little Estell stade with us from the 22 to the 25 of Dec. 1897. 

We had a corne shucking Dec. the 29, 1897. 

Mr. Ed Manning finished my chimney Jan the 29, 1898, 

Milton an Lewis an Melvin stade all night Jan the 29,1898. 

■P.G. White stade all night with us Feb. the 19, 1898. 

Jordon Bailey stade all night with us Feb. the 12, 1898 

Tomey sued John for $7.00 worth of tan bark, Jan. the 1, 1898. 

Mrs. Rodgers spent the evening with us Jan the 10, 1898. 

Miss Mamey Davis commence her school Jan the 17, 1898. 

Mat and Edney went to Rome, January the 12, 1898, 

Will Stansell was here January the 19, 1895. 

Frank Tate moved from the Pocket to Johns Creek Feb. 3, 1898. 

Old Graney Wiley stade all day with us Feb. the 23, 1898. 

John Bailey moved from the Pocket Jan. the 20, 1898 ner Villanow 

in Walker County. 

Mr. Rodgers tuck dinner with us Feb, the 4, 1898. 

Hanah washed for Matta Feb. the 17, 1898. 

A cold rane an sleet an snow March the 2, 1898, 

Milton was hear March the 14, 1898- 

Brock puld Mats teeth Saturday Feb. the 12, 1898. 

I was on Rock Creek Saturday, Feb. the 26, a cold raney day. 

John Bailey an Edna stade all night with us Feb, 16,1898. 

Calvin Bailey an children was hear on Saturday Feb. the 27,1898. 

John went to Carters Friday night Feb, the 25,189 8, if 

John worked on wagon wheel March the 28, 1898. 

Bro. W.N. Kinsey stade all night with us July the 31, 1897. 

Milton Wright was struck down with nervousness May 19. 

John White an wife was over here Oct. the 7, 1906. 

Tomey sent John and me his land line run Aug. the 13, 1897. 

Barry Benson was in Pocket Aug. the 3 and 4 an visit 1897. 

Me and John went ''-.o Calhoun on business Aug. the 11. 

A wagon load of barke turned over on Calvin Bailey Monday Aug. 

the 8. 

John an Stansell made a compromise about the Carter land line by 

agreement to leave it to dis-interested men to decide. 

The land line between John and Wilk Tate run by the surveyor Mr. 

Fites Aug. the 13, 1897. 

We had a cold spell in 1897 kill cotton an other things. 

Milton was here March the 11, 1906- 

Me an Essie White went to Walker to be at a servis at the 

graveyard near John Handy. The servis was to be held by Jessie 

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Kinsey. It rained so no .body . came on Sunday. We came home Aug 

the 12. 

August the 14, 1897 I went to the market, 6 cts, for chickens, 

1 pade 6 1/2 cts for lard, 18 cts for sugar to the dollar. 

P.G. White was in the Pocket Wednesday Aug 25. 

Two fellows was hear Sept the 1 that called themselves Doctors, 

We cut hay Sept . the 1 and 5 . 

Sank Higinbothom an others was over hunting Sept, the 9. 

Me and Adar went to Rook Creek Sept. the 11. 

1 was attackted by bad spell of misery the 22. 

Dr. Floyd came over to see me Sunday Sept. the 12,1897. 

Matty went to Mr. Baileys to weight on little Estelle who is sick 

the 15, 1897. 

Newton Tate left the Pocket Sept. the 29, 

They moved the old saw mill Sept, the 28, 

Lucy. Tate stade with us from the 15 to the 19 of Sept. 1897, 

We hauld a load of board from Jeff March the 29, 1898. 

We killed 2 hogs March the 30 and 2 the 31, 1898. 

We had a cold spell this week from Tuesday April the 5 untill 

Friday the 8, ice the 7 & 8, April, 1898, 

John & Florence & children stade all night April the 9, 1898, 

Walter Stansell and Martha Tate stade all night here the 9 April, 

Sank Higenbothem was hear to buy a cow, 

I..P. White sold him oie April the 8, 1898. 

John an Thomey had their lawsuit April the 1 4 and Tommy Prevailed 

at that time, 1898. 

1 was at Miltons Thursday night April 14, 1898. 

M.L. T.ate stade all night with us Sunday April the 17. 
John & family stade with us Sunday April the 17,1898. 
Mr. M.L. Tate stade Saturday with us on the night of the 14., 
George Bunion Bailey set in to worke with me to make a brake the 
11 of April 1898. 
Bees swarmed april the 12. 
Bunn killed aniths dog april the 13, 1898, 
April 21 me an Frank went to Sugar Valley after guana, 
Bart Warnock was hear Friday April the 22, 1898. 
We had a big thunder rane April the 23, 1898. h 
Cool this morning April the 25. 
Me "an John went to Calhoune April the 27, 1898. 
Henry Rodgers an wife was with us Sunday Hay the 1, 1898, 
Mcentire was around getting the age of all children from 6 to 18 
years old May the 2, 1898, 
Mit an Dock was here May the 2, 1898. 

John Bailey an family came to Pocket May the 14, 1898. 
■ We^went to Sugar Valley from here an up snake creek and stade all 
night with Eliza Adkins and Aliber May the 18, 1898, an from 
their to John Baileys May the 19 an from there to John H, Whites 
an from there back home agane. 

2 Canidates was around Will Pain & Ingram. 

Lena S Carrie Rodgers was in Pocket May the 16,1898. 
Bird Talley was hear Monday night May the 9 an sed 

Ben Stokes wanted me to stop the blud from overflowing. . 
John & Frank an Bun went squirle hunting May 14,1898. 
Bun & Frank worked the road Hay the 23, 1898. , 

4. 



Mr, Rodgers was hear Saturday May the 29,1898. 

Garrison preached at Pleasant Grove the fifth Sunday in May. 

Old Uncle Adm. Davis was 97 years and 30 days old on March, 18 ,18 98 

We killed a hog weighed 187 lbs. June. 

A misterious woman past through the Pocket the first Sunday in 

June the 5, 1898. 

Me and Matty went up in Walker Co. to see my sick sister May the 

30, 1898. 

Milton was hear May the 30 went home the 31, 1898. 

Charles Philips was hear to buy a cow June the 1, 1898. 

I sold Harrison Turman a cow June the 8, 1898. ,- 

Austan the tax man was here June the 8, 1898. 

Cason & Brock the tooth Doctor was hear June the 1, 1898. 

James & Lemmer was hear June the 11 in the Pocket 1898. 

Betty fi Payne an family has hear June the 12, 1898. 

Bun .quit work for me July the 20, 1898, 

Matty fi Florence went to Villanow July the 27, 1898. 

Hank Jintry was hear at our house July the 24, 1898. 

We had a bad storme in the Pocket July the 29, 1898, 

Bun moved his things home August the 1, 1898, 

John Fowler shot Edker Hefner, August 1, 1898 with a pistol, no 

hert done, August the 2, 1B98. 

A fight at the schoolhouse August the 10, 1898. 

I recovered my house August the 24 .and 25, 1898. 

Mat got a summons to attend cort August the 26. 

Martha Tate came to our house Sunday Aug- the 28. 

Burey Tate has hear with chicken pock Sept. the 28,1898. 

John caught a fox Sept. the 27, 1898. 

I got dun makeing sorghum Oct. the 15, 1898. 

I made 66 gallons fi John made 26 gallons. 

Me and P.G. White established a line between us in our lot of 

land no. 96 this November the- 5, 1898. 

Me an John H. White went to LaPayette Nov. the 7, 1898. 

John went to Calhoune after apple trees Nov, the 12, 1898. 

John Bailey went to LaPayette for me on business Nov. the 15, 

1898. 

Me and Burnett a an Ada went to John Baileys Nov. the 14, 1898. 

Will Stansell and Back Shattles was hear Nov. the 29, 1898. 

I went to Town Dec. the 15 an lots of cotton seling for 5 an 6 

cts. 

My tax was $70.7 cts. 

The Christmas Bells was around last night Dec. the 24, 1898. 

Mary and Susey come to the Pocket Dec. the 26,1898. 

Wilk Tate had a house covering Dec. the 27. 

Our turkeys was tore up in Wilk Tates field Dec. 27, 18 98. 

The-„.6ld Adm Davis house near the Furnace was burned down the 

night of December the 29, 1898. 

Some body sold my steel traph and I wish that they bring them 

back this Nov, 1898. 

Bray is moving the Brays in the Pocket today Jan 2, 1899. 

Ben Hunts house burnt down his dwelling Jan the 7, 1899. 

D.W. Stansell was here Friday night March the 5, 1899. 

Bob Keel was put in jale for bribing a joror script that did not 

belong to him Mar 2, 1899. 



John Bailey house burned down in the evening Mar 6, 1899. 

We went down to L.P. Whites Sunday March the 9, 1899. 

Me and John went to the Calhoun Mills May the 30, 1899. 

John Culpepper an Putman was a round receiving the tax returns 

June the 5, 1899. 

Marion Arnol found a note on his gate post to move or leave or he 

would be burnt out this June the 5 at night, 1899. 

Marion Arnol got his barne burnt night of May 23,1899. 

When we returned home we found Burnetta crippled and Frank down 

with one of his spells, Apr. 27, 1899, ■ ' 

Old Man James was here today June the 13, 18 99.'.- 

I put fire in the cale kill this morning June the 13, 1899. 

Preacher Davis tuck diner with us Sunday June the 18, 1899. 

Mr. John Patmon stade allnight with us Aug. the 3, 1899. 

I was at Bro. W.N. Kinseys Thurday an his wife was sick. 

John Bailey worked in Johns well Thursday, 'Aug the 18, 1899. 

Walter Davis commence his meeting Friday night Aug. the 18, 1899. 

Ben Floyd moved in Pocket November the 1, 1899. 

John Petitt has a hew comer to his house a boy, Nov. 18, 1899. 

Calvin Bailey an L.P. White children was here Christmas 1898. 

John an J.M. Wright went to the cove Feb. the 16, 19 00. 

Prank caught Highbottem hog an he wanted damage and John went to 

see Sank Jan the 23, 1900. 

Olde Man Joyce the speck peddler was in the pocket March 3, 19 00. 

P.G. White stade all night with me March the 11, 1900, 

Bury Tate has the measles March the 23, 19 00. 

Dock Maton stade all night with me Aug. the 5, 19 00. 

Frank White was thrown from a mule an was rupture Sunday night 

Aug. the 5, 19 00. 

Mrs. Florence Bray stade all night with us Aug. the 12, 19 00. 

We had a good protracted meeting Aug. the 2, 1900, 

Bob Kees tan barke sold Aug the 16 for $3.05 cts cord 19 00, 

Tom Stansell and Bob Keel had a lawsuit Oct. the 18, 1900. 

Crag the picture man was hear Oct. the 12, 1900. 

Rinda Demooney was hear November the 1, 19 00, 

Mat sold her cow to Sledge Yonous Nov. the 15, 19 00. 

I went to the Valley as a witness for Bob Keel Dec. l"3, 1900. 

John Tellett moved to his house Dec. the 20, 1900. 

Dave Shahan store house burned down Nov. the 9, 19 00. 

Mis Hatty Wright comence her school Jan the 9, 1901. 

Henry Lumpkin house burn Jan the 9, 1901. 

L.P. White & J.C, Bailey worked on the house Jan. the 26. 

Old man Joyce the speck peddler stade here Jan. the 29, 1901. 

John Bailey has a new comer, its a girl Nov. the 2,1899. 

DEATHS 

'Mrs. Thorn Holesomback died Saturday Jan the 22 at two o'clock in 
the evening at Bethel Church, 1898, 
Mr. Talley died March the 18, 1898. 
Judge C. McCuchinS died last week March 18, 1898. 
We went to John Bailey Saturday March the 19, 1898. 
I went to Villanow to see P.G. and Cavenda March the 22>1898. 
Can Shuget died April the 14, 1898. 
Old Man J.M. Medcalf died May the 16, 1898. . ■ 

6. 



Molley Brothers died May the 23, 1898. 

Will Rainey died July the 19, 1898, 

Thomas Rainey died in July he first week, 1898. 

Bay Puryeara child died Aug. the 1 about 3 o'clock in the 

evening, buried Aug the 2, 1898. 

Sara Holesomback an Polley Befner was married Dec. the 28, 1898. 

Bud Warnock an May Fowler was married Dec. the 27, 1898. 

Mat TUdor caught a fish in marridg, June the 6, 1899. 

George Jimison an Ada V?hite was married July the 30, 1899. 

Fayet Ledford and Miss Burch was married July the 28, 1899. 

Dug Harnett was killed by a falling limb on him Aug the 13, 1899. 

Old man Price died Aug the 7, 19 00, 

George Williams died Oct. the 20, 1902. 

Ada Tates baby borned Aug the 8 and died the 9 and burried the 

10, 1904. 

Martha B. White died October the 5, 1905. 

J. E. White died March the 25, 1910. 

Mr. Bay Puryear child died Aug, the 1, 1898 

Old Unkel Newton Keown died July the 12, 1896. 

John Harmon died April the 17, 1887. 

Mr. Presley Benson Died Jan the 15, 1888. 

Old Grandady Hefner died Dec. the 28, 1885. 

Mr. Isaac Tate died Jan the 21, 1885 

Old Grany Tutstone died October the 19, 1895. 

Ole Dnkel Riley Stansell died May the 29, 1886. 

Old Biley Miller died Dec. the 10, 1894. 

L.P. White an J.C. Bailey walked to peel tan barke May the 7, 

1901. 

A big fire in Calhoun July the 13, 1901. 

Mary H. Bailey prof est religion Monday night July the 28 and 

joined the church August the 4', 1901, 

The Furnace store burnt Sept. the 9, 1901, 

Mat stade all night at George Jimison Oct. the 15, 1901. 

Benn R. Day sliped out from the Pocket Nov. the 20, 1901. 

Tom Stansell pulled his fence down Jan the 14, 19 01, 

Old Jim yones run away from the Pocket Jan. the 1 , he know for 

what, Jan the 1, 1902 an young Jim would not stay, he left Jan 

the 3, 19 02. 

Jo an Beat & Jim Brothers was hear Feb. the 23, 1902. 

Edna and Jim was hear March the 6, 19 02. 

Mr. Thomas Holesomback left the Pocket April the 18, 19 02. 

There were a rane April the 7 and next in June the 18 an a drout 

of 10 weeks an 2 days, 1902. 

Joseph Tate an Martha stade all night here July the 12, 1902. 

Mr. -Burgess coraence his singing school July the 21,1902. 

Thesre were two Morman preachers hear Aug the 9, 19 02. 

The store of Goodson Co. burned Saturday Aug the 5, 19 02. 

We went to see Old Uncle Turman Aug the 6, 19 02. 

The Reveneurs was in the Pocket Aug. the 19, 1902. 

Sugs got my wagon to move to Floyd in the Pocket Sept, 14, 1902. 

George Kinsey and faimly stade all night here Oct. the 4, 1902. 

John Handy was in Pocket Oct. the 12, 19 02. 

I sold Mr. Bell 3 shoats for $9 1/2 this Nov. the 10, 1902. 

7. 



Hilton and Joane was hear November the 2, T902. 

Me an Burnetta went to P.G. Whites on Dry Creek Nov. 9,1902. ', 

John Bailey moved to Thorn Cantrels Nov. the 20, 1902, 

Jim Brothers was hear Dec. the 18, 1902. 

F.M. Mainer an wife was hear Dec. the 13, 1902. 

We had a white frost April the 24, 19 03. 

Thom Holesoraback an baby stade all night with us April the 23 

1903. ' 

Cyclone in Gainesville, GA, a grate loss of life and property, 

June 1 , . 

Miss H.W. Wright commence her school Aug- the 2,-'19a3. - % 

W.J. Tate and Jim Bailey was hear on business in Sept. 

A new comer at Mr. Petitt it is a boy March the 26, 1902. • 

A new comer at Dick Stansell Aug the 12, 1902. 

A new comer at Sledge Yonous Aug. the 15, 19 02. 

A new comer at John Bailey, a girl, Sept. the 17, 19 02. 

Old Milley Keel left the Pocket Oct. the 16, 1903. 

L.P. White an his boys help me gather corn Nov. the 9, 1903. 

Ada B. Tate moved her things to a house to her self Nov. the 10, 

1903. 

G.W. Bailey made his Will Friday Nov. the 27, 19 03. 

L.P. White went to Rome and sold cotton for 12 1/2 cts. Nov. 24, 

1903. 

John H.L.White had a new comer to house Dec. the 10, 19 03. 

J.I. Tate stade all night with us March the 22, 1904. 

Dock an Burty stade all night near Jan the 10, 1904. 

Sledge Yoneous moved back to the Pocket Feb. the 15, 19 04. 

Charles Tounsen barn burned up by lightening March the 2 

Emerline an Bart Warnock was hear on business March 14. 

Milton Wrights house burned May the 15 with all John Pettitts ■ 

house goods in it 19 04. 

Me and M.B. went to see Bro Kinsey May the 22, 1904- 

I was at Villanow June the 11 to Dr. Shields. 

Olde man Morehead cleaned out my well Sept- the IS, 19 04, 

John put the curtain around the well Sept. the 15, 19 04. 

Matta tuck the chills Sept. the 12, 19 04. 

The coldest day for the year was Jan the 25, 1905, ^ 

-Essie E. White stade a week with me the 3rd week in Jan 1905. 

I went to see P.G, White who was sick Feb. the 1, 19 05. 

The coldest day of Feb the 14 the mercary was6 degrees below zero 

this 1905. 

John and Edna Bailey was here Sunday April the 2, 1905- 

L.P. & Betty White was hear Sunday May the 7, 19 05. 

New comer at Pink o&te is a boy May the 20, 19 05. 

John received his guns July the .29, 1905- 

Bro.' ''Jessie and Juley Kinsey stade all night here Oct. 1, 1905. 

Me ■'.and Burnetta went to see the sick wife of J.M. White April the 

13,1905. ..,■-.■ 

DEATHS . , -• •' 



John Hunt died May the 24,1886 ■ ' 
Jane Price died date not none 1886 
Thomey Stansel died Janaury the 11/ 1897; 

8. 



Martha Hainer died October the 15,1895. 

Mrs. Thoraey Smith died August the 3/1898. 

Mrs. Julius Ward died near Villanow Aug, the 6, 1898, 

Miss Effie Duneway in Chattooga died Aug the 9, 1898, 

James Rainey died August the 23, 1898. 

Uncle Adam Davis died Oct, the 30, .1898. 

Bro. W.S. Johnson died Sunday Jan the 29, 1899. 

Ole Man Shattles died of a cancer at Rock Creek Feb. the 17, 

1899. 

Dr. Grays wife died March the 3, 1899. 

Sister Julie Elizer Akins died March the 11, 1899, was borned 

1822, 

Mrs. Rebucker Stokes died March the 17, 1899. 

Mrs. Faney Patrick died March the 28, 1899. 

Mrs. Hunt died April the 6, 1899. 

Mrs.. Love died May the 4, 1898. 

Mr. Malone of Calhoun died the first week in May 1899. 

Mrs. pebecker Harmon died Aug. the 29, 1899. 

Mrs. Elizeran, the wife of W.N, Kinsey died Sept. the 3, 1899 

Henry Keown was killed by runaway mule Aug. the 30, 1899. 

Old Man Lowery died at Everett Spgs. Sept. the 12, 1899. 

Thorn Mainer died November the 27, 1899. 

Old Man Tod died December the 24, 1899. 

Old Man Tom Everetts died November the 6, 1899. 

Little Arby White died December the 9, 1896. 

Sam Holsomback baby died April the 21, 1896. 

Old Unkle John Miller died March the 28, 1892. 

John Keown died August the 19, 1896- 

Thom Baileys baby died February the 16, 1900, 

Lee Davis a citizen of Sugar Valley died March the 27, 1900. 

Bury Tate died April the 4, 1900. 

Old Mrs. Clark Frik died April the 12, 19 00. ' 

Old Aunt Sinda Griff an died April the 25, 1900. 

Dr. Reeves of Calhoun died in his buggy on the road from a 

patiant of his to his home 1900. 

Adam Turner died May the 9, 1900. 

Anner Mainer died May the 15, 1900. ,, 

Old Man Pierce died May the 18, 19 00. 

Mr. Thornt Talley died June the 14,1900. 

Mr. Jack Bray died August the 28, 1900. 

Mrs. Carter Cudd died November the 24, 1900. 

Old Mrs. Harmon died January the 8, 1901. 

Mrs, Ben Geordn died January the 19, 1901, 

Mrs. Harriet Stansel died Feb. the 24, 1901. 

Mr. M.G. Clements of Walker Co. died March 2, 1901. 

Mr. xAlex Keown died March the 25, 1901. 

Mr; Abe Tate died Sunday April the 28, 1901. 

Lilley Tate died June the 6 at noon 1901. 

Mrs. Isaac or Cyntha Tate died June the 10, 1901. 

Little Margaret Burnetta Bailey died June the 22, 1901, 

Pink Tates baby died July the 14, 1901. 

Old Man Martin died July the 7, 1901. 
Meddy Stansell died Sept. the 9, 1901. 
Mrs. Eliza Jane White died Sept. 18, 1901. 

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Mrs, Patmon died Sept, the 23,-1901. 
-^Mrs. Nansey Puryear died October the 8,1901, 
Mr. Biley Warnock died Wednesday Dec, 25, 1901 
John Fowlers baby died April the 25, 19 02. 
John Tredway baby died the same day 1902. 
John Stansells wife hurried April the 28, 1902. 
Sid Dods wife was hurried May the 3, 19 02. 
T,T. Talleys boy was hurried Sept. the 13, 1902. 
George Williams died October the 2, 19 02. 
Wat Clements died October the 7, 1902, 
Line Stansel died Oct. the 4, 19 02 
Laney Stansel died November the 18, 19 02, 
Jo Pilcher died January the 24, 1903, 
Jasper Warnock died feb. the 6, 1903. 
Will Nelson died the last week in 1903, January. 
Luler Tate died Feb. the 13 at 1 o'clock in evening, 1903, 
Mrs." Minter Hefner died an buried at West Union Church Feb, the 
16, 1903. 

Mr, John Car i el died March the 19 from a gun shot 1903, 
Old Brother J, Turman died April the 24, 1903. 
Old Man Jimison died Saturday the 9 of May 1903. 
Strawder Floyd died July the 5, 1903. 
Jane Bailey died June the 14, 1903. 
Bill Arpe died August the 25, 1903. 
Lew Carriel died September the 17, 1903. 
Mrs. Caroline Tate died Aug. the 12, 1903, 
Mrs. Amos Griff en died- or buried oct. the 4, 19 03. 
Mr. George Keith was buried Oct, the 5, 1903, 
Old Granny Tudar died Friday Feb. the 15, 1904, 
Mr, Thomas Holesomback died Friday Feb. the 19, 19 04. 
Mr. Bird Talley died Feb. the 22, 1904. 
James boy James W. White died Monday the 14,1904. 
Mauda Rodgers died Feb. the 14, 1904. 
Mr, Zack Gray of Calhoun died March the 18, 19 04. 
Betty Farror died March the 22, 1904. 
Isabelle White was buried March the 24, 1904. 
Blevins Tate wife was hurried March the 27, 19 04. ' 
Blevins baby died April the 2, 1904. 
Miss Lee Warnock died May the 3, 19 04, 
Mrs. Permealia Bailey died May the 18, 1904. 

Old Capt. Reece Heal died about the middle of May the 2, 19 04. 
Old brother Cornelious Kinsey died May the 24, 19 04. 
Old Brother Louis Eveans was buried June the 26, 1904, 
Ada, -l&te baby horned August the 8, died the 9 an buried on the 
10," 1904. 

Deller Fossit died Dec. the 3, 1904. 
Milley Keel died January the 15, 19 05, 
Mrs, Wunitor Adkins died Jan. the 9, 19 05. 
Mrs. Lizza Sugs died Monday Feb the 6, 1905. 
Mr. Barkers wife died March the 4, .1905, 

Martha Bains was buried at West Union Church March the 7, 
1905. 

Old Grandady John Hefner died March the 29, 1905. 
Mr. Hagwood shot himself an died May the 6, 19 05, 

10. 



Mrs. Walter Davis was buried June the 14, 1905. 

Mrs. Octavay Tudar died July the 19, 19 OS. 

Dock White baby died Tuesday the 18, of April 19 05. 

Mrs. Faney Kneel was buried Sunday July the 30, 19 05. 

Mrs, Culpepper died Monday March the 5, 1906. 

Bular Keese the daughter of J.N. White buried Aug. 6, 1905. 

Mr. Ben Georden died Sunday Aug. the 13, 1905. 

John Tarry died Sept. the 20, 1905. 

Professor China died Oct.. 19 05. 

Miles Keown died an buried Dec. the 18, 1905. 

Eunace Bolt died Jan the 31, 1906. ' ■■ 

Old Man. T.T. Talley was buried Feb. the 14, 1906. 

Mrs. Eller Benson died March the 4, 1906. 

Gus Longs baby died May the 23, 1906. 

Mrs. Mandy Shahan died June the 8, 1906. 

Mrs.. Surges was buried August the 17, 1906. 

Wallravins got drownded 1906. 

Old Jack Puryear died May the 29 , buried the 30, 1907. 

P.L. Tredway died July the 19, 1907. 

Dolphus Tredway baby died July the 5,1907. 

Elford Stansell died January the 17, 1908. 

Old Man Dew died Aprile the 26, 1908. 

Dick Farrow died May the 22 « 1908, 

Old Graney Befner died Sept. the 29, 1908. 

Mr. G. Edwards was burried Wednesday Oct. the 28, 1908. 

Mr. Fred Stansels wife died November the 8, 19 08. 

Mr. Martin Tredway was buried Feb. the 17, 19 09. 

Letty Bailey a gren daughter died March the 27, 1909. 

Old Billey Linsey of Rock Creek was buried July the 11, 19 09. 

Matty Lu Holsemback died April the 15, 1910. 

Henry Edwards baby died April the 12, 1910. 

John Tredways twins died May 'the 7, 1910. 

Miss Faney Love was at L.P. White September the 10, 1913. 

Mr. Felton Holt an his sister was in the Pocket all night. 

L.P. White went to the oar mines and got his pig that run away 

June the 30, 1914. 

T.D. Hefner killed a hog that way 424 lbs. and brought Ijiim $42 

and 40 cts. this on Dec, the 27, 1914. 

1914 a new comer at Sam Tate, a girl this April the 3. 

1914 May the 30 a new comer at Chester Blacks. 

1914 May 31 a new comer at Prater Smiths 

1914 July the 13 Walter Voiles fellan broke his arm. 

Sept. the 20, 1913 while at Rossville, GA. S.E. White fell an 

hert her arme, fell from a porch. 

On September 1913 John Blasengaines left for Okl:a for the charge 

of fornication. 

Ju'ly the 16, 1914 Clarence Tredway have 2 commers at his house a 

girl and a boy. The boy buried August the 14, 1914. 

Tommy sent John a note Tuesday May the 15 that he was going to 

run the land line between them this 1897. 

Friday May the 21 I planted my cotton and corne. 

Thommy had the surveyor over May the 21, 1897. 

The old man Joice the Peddler was here May the 27, 1897. 

We finish working our cotton May the 29, 1895. 

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L.P. W. & Walt sent for our fones Feb, the 4, 1914. 

Me and Walt got our fones the 14 by express $2.40, 1914. 

I, L.P. White bought my shear in fone line Feb. the 2, pd. $5.00. 

George Hefner an Barber parted the 22 an Barber sent for divorce 

on the 25 of Feb. 1914- 

Mr. Bob Pritcheta sale Feb, the 2, 1914. 

Mr. Sam Tate baby got a pin in its throat Feb. the 2, 1914. 

Little George Hefner an Barber reunited an moved Oct, the 16, 

1914. 

Martha Bailey was here Jan the 30, 1915. 

Mr. Bill Jones barn burned Dec. the 31, Sunday evening 1913. 

Walt sold his sawmill Jan the 1, 1914, 

On the 13 of March Mr. Lacy tuke his medison back in full 1914, 

Aprile the 14, 1914 it haled to cover the ground are large ones. 

Mr. McD Weems closed his singing school Feb. the 21, 1914. 

We put my fone in Feb. the 14 an finished the 18, cost of $18 

1914'. 

Aug. the 7 Carle Akins horse fell in Ress Widner well, 1914. 

Aug 1914 Carle Akins joined the church baptised by Culpepper. 

Clarence Tredway buried his twins boy babys Aug the 14, 1914 at 

Oostnaulia, they were twelve, joined the Church from 20 to 27. 

T.C. Green tride to arest John Blasengaine an a shooting tuck 

place. Green was shot in the nose Nov, the 1 an entered into 

court 1913, 

Handy had his tooth put in Dec, the 30, 1913. 

I bought W.J.Turman shear stock in Onion Wearhouse in 1914, 

January the 6 an pade him twenty nine dollars. 

We had an all day singing hear at the Pocket June the 28, 1914, 

We went to the Furnace to an all day singing July the 26, 1914. 

Little Estelle was at our house Sunday Oct. the 24 for the first 

time since she was sich this Oct. the 27, 1897, 

I was at Wilk Tates Sunday Oct. the 24, 1897. 

Marion Arnels house was burn down Nov the 4, 1B97. 

James N, White set in to make a crop next year Nove. the 8, 1897. 

Wiley Sert cut his foot January the 20, 1912; 

Harlan White hailed 42 logs to the sawmill Jan the 27, 1912. 

My hdrney sheep was missing May the 17, 1912, 

Benn Roper came an got ray pea huller Sept. the 31, 19121 

The children went to Chickamauga Aug. the 14, 1913. 

Hay the 26 Mr. T. C. Green an Elasengaines had a triel an convicted 

for shooting 1914. 

Mr. Wile Sert cut his toe Dec the 6, 1913. 

Abe Tate moved from the Pocket below some Jan the 7, 1898. 

It rained July the 25 after being dry most of the year an a good 

crop here generaley this 1913. 

In .-1^914 it rained July the 1 and the 2 after being dry from April 

the 22 of the year and a good crope everywhere 1914. 

In July the 4, 1914 we had a fish fry at the Pocket Mill 1914. 

Essie an Lola went to Cave Springs on a visit July the 17, 1914. 

Mr. Lang come an tuck Harrison his son from preacher Long whom 

Harrison stade with this March the 18, 1915, 

Mr. Oens an Dr. Henry was hear inspecting cattle tick March 31, 

1915. 

Mr. Edward & Whitemore was here to receive tax March the 29,1915, 

13. 



F.H. White came an we killed his hog June the 10, 1910,. 

Miss Saley Bet Culpepper went crazy Sept. the 18, 1910, 

John Miller waa shot Sept, the 30, 1910. 

Walt tuck syrup to the valley to Medcalf to sell April the 6, 

1912, 

Edker Hefner bought out Clarence Tredway Nov. the 8,1912. 

Walt Loats jin burned, up November the 18, 1912. 

Sam Tate moved to John Creek November the 26, 1912, 

Mr. Bob Haratons house burned Jan. the 29, 1913. 

Shelbys house top burned March the 9, 1913. 

Walt brought me a pig Dec, the 27, 1911 

Lener Adkins died April the 25, 1912. 

Will Bolt and Zane Fowler was married June the 2, 1901. 

1901 John Fowler and Ola Warnock was married Aug. the 25, 1901, 

Pink Tate an Becky Hefner married June the 15, 1902. 

Jim Bailey an Mealey Warnock married Nov. the 2, 19 02., 

Jes Bray an Miss Bell Muse married March the 25, 1903. 

John White an Cora- Mcguilian married April the 23, 1903. 

Mr. T.N. Stansell an Susa Lancaster married Nov. the 10, 19 03. 

19 05 Joseph Tate an Mrs. Dellar Garner married March the 23, 

1905. 

Clarence Tredway an Ider Puryear was married Sept. the 5, 19 05. 

Georgon Walden an Jessie Boman was married May the 29, 1910, 

T. Dew an a Miss Floyd married Dec. the 26, 1911. 

Mr. George Hefner an Barber married Dec. the 11, 1910. 

Miss Vear Everett an Mr. Burnes married 1910. 

Martha B, White was horned Oct. the 26,1830 an died Oct. the 5, 

1905, her age. was 74 years 11 months & 5 days. 

James E, White was horned February the 5, 1828, died March the 

25, 1910 bein 82 years an 2 months an 25 days old this Arril the 

3, 1915. 

Mr. G,W. Bailey was borned May the 24, 1832 an died June the 15, 

1907, being 75 years old an 9 days this June the 3, 1915. 

Borned to R.S. Stansell a girl Mable, July the 25, 1913, 

Miss Bessie Bain commence her school Jan. the 1, 1912, 

Me, S.E. an Carry went to M.S. Baileys March 29 an stad till 

April the 1,1912. 

He and S.E, went to Villanow to hear holy rolers, 

Laney Watkins an his wife parted April the 24, 1912. 

Florence White an Laney Bailey came the 24, 1912, 

S.W. Puryear bought gas engine an mill Oct. the 16, 19 09. 

Calvin Bailey got his leg broke September the 1, 1909, 

Calvin Bailey sold out August the 26, 1910- 

S.E.^ White had her teeth put in June the 6, 1910. 

J,^. White was hear July the 10, 1910. 

Handy White cut his arm July the 27, 1910- 

Arrie Holsomback after sickness came to maw, July 21. 

Essie & Veatry went to Casandra, Mat Warnock is sick, to assist 

in sickness July the 22, 1910. . 

December the 17, 1911 I killed my big hog weight 386. 

G.W, Hefner cut his hand the 17, Dec.1911. 

J.L. S L.P. White went to Vilanow on business 1911 an Jan the 1 

G.H. an E.E, went to Everett Springs to go to school this 1912, 

Mr. Muse finished the chimney at Walts Jan. the 14, 1913. 

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September the 13, house of L.P. White tuck up Bible reeding an 

prayer in family 1912. 

I, L.P. White tuck my wheat to the valey to get it thrashed in 

Sept. the 13, 1912. 

Mr. Bob Davis was centance to the Fed States Prison for five 

years Jan. the 7/1913. 

Vetrey moved in her new house the 1st Sat in 1913, 

New Comer at Ed Harmons a boy Jan. 22, 1915. 

Lee Moss brought an organ hear Oct, the 4, 1910, 

J-M. White came an help me weigh runt corn Dec. the 20, 1910, 

Swiney Davis commence her school Nov, the 11, 1912. 

We all went to Hill City to see a carnival Jul the 12, 1914. 

Bay Puryear fine house burned Jan the 25, 1906, 

I was down to L.P, Whites house Oct. the 21, 1906. 

I haven't saw eny of them sence this Nov the 19- 

I went to Masonic Hall an met the Brethern of that Order August 

the 3, 1907. 

The night of May the 24 it rained a frog down the chimney. 

Mr. John Pettit carried off the old organ Christmas Day Jan the 

5, 1909. 

Mel Wiseon joined the Cainelights June the 26, 1910. 

L.P. White moved Wednesday Oct. the 14, 1908 then tore down his 

house to rebuild again, 

Dennes an M.S. Bailey came an tuck a birth day dinner May the 22, 

1910. 

L.P. went an brought the toora for the grave of J.E. White on the 

19 an put it up the 23, 1910. 

Eleven Tate had Tomey arested July the 24, 1910. 

The Pocket Church granted Blevins Tate a Ordance to preach Oct. 

the 2, 1913. 

1913 the girls all went to Dennes to pick cotton Oct, the 13. 

Lanny Watkins tuck sick bad Aug, the 14, 1910, 

We thresh wheat with gasselien Aug. the 27, 1910, 

Walt hurt his hand Aug the 29, 1910, 

Walt Turinan brought his sawmill the 3, 1910. 

Henry Corney let the old crib fall on him an broke his jaw bone 

Oct. the 8, 1910. , 

I received a letter to sell the estate from Mat Suggs this 

October the 28, 1910, ■ 

Ed Harmon an Sledge Yonous went to Ala Nov . the 17, 1910- 

The Estate of J.E. White sold Dec. the 8, 1910, 

Dolph Tredway cut his leg Dec. the 10, 1910. 

Girls all went to J.M. Whites to be at a Christmas tree. 

Christmas Tree by the Captain in the Pocket 1910. 

The Masonic Hall at Everett springs was dedicated Dec. the 29, 

1910;' 

Tommy Stansell an T. Green had a lawsuit Dec, the 29, 1910. 

B.N. Turman sold his mill Dec. the 19, 1910. 

DEATHS 

Mr. Joseph Tutstone died Dec. the 7 in a ravin mine, 1913- 
Mr, Daniel Kinsey died March the 6, 1914. 
Mr. Joseph Clark died July the 18, 1914. 

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Mrs. John Barton died March the 19,1915. 

Mr. Tinney Watkins died March the 19, 1915. 

Mrs. Robin Kieth died March the 21, 1915. 

Hr. Bud Miller near Plainville killed himself by cutting his 

throat with a razor Mar. 27, 1915. 

Mrs. Lucy Turman died March the 31, 7 a.m. 1915, 

Dr. Cagle was killed by trane May the 7, 1910. 

Clarence Tredway baby buried May the 19, 1910. 

Old Man Haze died May the 20, 1910, 

William Townsan twins buried or died May the 4, 1910. 

Old man Wallraven tuck sick Saturday an died Saturday May the 28 

1910. 

Mrs. Dickey died June the 5, 1910. 

Prank Ward died Sept. the 6, 1910. 

Suda Gray died Sept. the 11 at Rome, GA, 1910. 

Bob Keel died, got his throat oat by King Sept. 23, 1910. 

Mrs. J. P. Fowler died sept, the 28, 1910, 

John Stansells boy. died Sept. the 28, 1910. 

J.E, White died March the 25, 1910. . 

Bill Bailey died Dec. the 17, 1911.. 

Polley White died May the 17, 1912. 

Mr. Ed Earles droped dead in the late Oct. the 9, 1912. 

Mr. Tom Pilcher died Dec. the 19, 1912. 

Aner Shattles died Jan the first week, .1913. 

Mr. James Antoln- died Jan the 30, 1913. 

Sam Tates baby died May the 22, 1913. 

Kernel Rankins died June the 5, 1919. 

Old Man Billey Bartain died June the 10, 1913. 

Aunt Molley White died June the 18, 1910, 

Old Granny Dye died November the 19, 1910, 

Hiriam FtsPatrick boy shot himself accident aly an died november 

the 29, 1910. 

MATRIMONEYS 



"Mr. Perry Puryear an Miss B-ray was married March the 14, 1915. 
Hr. Walt Turman an Lavetry White was merried January thp 3, 1911 
at one o'clock. 

Mr. Jud Bain an Martha Tate was married Jan the 30, 1911. 
1911 John Smith an Eller Puryear was marreid april the 30, 1911. 
Lanny Watkins an Birtha Scot was married Dec. the 10, 1911. 
Mr. Jamie Miller an Miss Aver Dew was married dec. the 13, 1911. 
Dock Gray an Lula Culpepper was married July the 1, 1912. 
Little George an Barber war married Sept, the 22, 1912. 
Georgon Watkins an Claud Holesomback was married dec. the 29,1912 
Luther Warhock an Effie Pettit married Jan the 29, 1913. 
Mr.'. James Bailey & Miss Franklin married Feb. the 21, 1913. 
Mr. Thomaston and Willey Smith was married Feb. the 7, 1915. ., 
Mr. Flemin Carter S Mis Glide Turman was married Dec. the 25, 
1915. 

Mr. Elious Holsomback was married to Paney D, Dec. 12, 1915. 
Mr. Author Black & Mis Dunaway was merried Dec. the 26, 1915. 
Thelmer Ownes & Mable Brown were merried 1914. 

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Martha or Mig Floyd died Jan the 7, 1912. 

Mr. Dolphus Clements died Nov. the 23;1912. 

Mr. Will Price died Jan the 25, 1913. 

Old Man Caney found in bed dead Apr. the 2, 1915. 

Granina Stags was buried at the valey Jan. the 1, 1912. 

Mr. Clark was shot an died at Will Clarks accidentley Aug. the 

26, 1910. 

Phill Cox died Jan the 7, 1911. 

Mr. Capelin died Jan the 13 a lone at home 1911. 

Lit Bailey died Feb. the 8, an buried the 10, 1911. 

Bessie Smithes baby died feb. the 9, 1911. 

Mrs. Joseph cavender wife died about March the 1, 1911. 

Mr. Billey Parson died March the 2, 1911. 

Mrs. Lizzy Bolt died April the 29, 1911, 

Mc Clements baby died April the 28/1911. 

Mrs.. Amanda Clements died May the 14, 1911. 

Old Aunt Sinda Akins died an buried at White yard June 13, 1911. 

Mr. George walden bureid July the 10, 1911. 

W.M. Bartain died June the 10, 1913 

Cal Rankins died June the 5, 1913. 

Lee Tate baby died June the 17, 1911. 

Mr. Whites wife died August the 23, 1911. 

Mrs. Lida Farrow died Sept. the 20, 1911. 

Mr. John C. Stokes died the 1 of Oct. or buried on 1911. 

Matthew watkins died Oct. the 3 buried at valley, 1911. 

Mis Wess died Oct the 4, 1911. 

Mrs. Knice Pilcher died Nov. the 16, 1911. 

Mr. Sam Love died Dec. the 22 in Chattanooga, 1911. 

Uncle Preece White died May the 24, 1912, ■ 

Mrs. watkins died June the 13, 1912. 

Bob Davis shot his boy an he died on Mill Creed, Dec. the 9, 

1912. 

Mrs. James Henson droped dead Dec. the 11, 1912. 

There were a Miss Pitman buried in the valey Dec, the 9, 

1912, 

Duey White came an tuck John sow home an 5 pigs , Dec . the 27 , 

1910. J 

A. Mr. Digs stade all night here Jan the 12, 1911. 

S.E. White went to Everett Springs an stade 4 days May 11, 1911. 

Miss Daisey Narrel came an taught music Jan. the 16, 1911. 

Lavetra an Walt moved Feb. the 15, 1911. 

I went to Calhoun Jan. the 24, 1911 to start a settlement on the 

Estate of J.E. White. 

J,L. & E.J. Bailey an S.E, White went to Everett Springs an stade 

the ^ and the 4, then stade here all night the 5 an we settled 

her-^estate this March the 4, 1911. 

L.P. White settled with H.E, Suggs March the 5, 1911 in full of 

the account at Puryears store. 

P.H. White came here March the 15, 1911 an we went to settle with 

Lula Hefner and I settled with Dr. Shields, 

Handy nocked out his tooth April the 11, 1911. 

I went to J. A, Shahans an threshed peas Apr. the 19, 1911. 

Aunt D. White an Mit Hefner met at the grave of ther Father an 

stad all day to decorate May the 12, 1911, 

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There wer all day singing at the Pocket Jan, the 19, 1911. 

Miss Netta Barrant tuck chaarge of the school, July the 18, 1911. 

We had Union meeting July the 25, 1911 an J,W, Kinsey was the 

Preacher, a success. 

Children went home with Mis Netty, July the 27, 1911. 

Miss Barret an Jessie an Mr. Yearbor was hear Aug. the 22, 1911, 

Mrs. James Raper fell an broke her arme Aug. the 23, .1911, 

Aunt Martha Philips joined Jessey Kinsey Aug. the 26, 1911. 

We killed a rattle snake while pulling foder Sept. the 11. 

Mis O.C, Calwell was hear with pictures, cost $4.80. She enlarged 

one for gran pa, September 23, .1911. 

S.E. White went to Calhoun an had teeth put in Oct. 2, 1911. 

Move, the 7, 1911 B.N. Turmans wagon run over Handas leg with a 

load of cotton an hirt it, 191 1 . 

Hunting law in forced for 5 years Oct. 1911. 

A new comer at John Hefner Sept. the 5, 1911, 

Clai'ra Yonous pade the- bond of Sledge in Cort Dec. the 18, 1911, 

S.E. and Lavetra went to Everett Springs to M-S.B. 1911. 

Lo an Ava went to Calhoun to have' teeth fix Dec. the 16, 1911. 

Mis Ula Everett had pnemonia Jan the 26, 1912. 

It snowed Feb. the 10, 1912 about 10 inches deep. 

I sold Little Red a Cow to Preeter Smi^h Feb, the 16, 1912. 

Mr. Hill fixt my clock Feb. the 16,- pade $200 1912. 

Dennis came and got his sow March the 6, 1912- 

S.E. an Vetey went to John Bailey to see him. 

The Rev i nous cut the Furnace Still down March 17, 1912. 

March 27, Sisro Preyear shot Dave at night with shot gun. 

Georgia Pruyear a negro shot Jabe Dales wife May the 29, 1912. 

A reck near Dalton on the raleroad June the 1, 1912 an killed 

some an hert some. 

J.E. White went to John Bailey, while sick Jan. the 29, 1910 an 

stade till he died March the 25, 1910, 

Jack was lame Feb . the 1,1912. 

Geordn Stansell house burned Aug. the 13, 1912. 

Aug. the 15, Little George joined the church, . 1912. 

Mr. Price delivered our range Aug- the 20, 1911. / 

George Deason an Mark Holesomback went to Park Aug. the 22, 1912. 

Harlan tuck Charley to the Park an soled him off an left him an 

his bugy March the 31, 1915. 

Pup was mi sing April the 10, 1915. 

Handy cut his foot Aug. the 22, 1912. 

Dennis profess Christ aug. the 26, 1912. 

Ben Hunt Baptized 27 on Sept. the 22 at Everett sprs., 1912. 

Dec. 10 S.E. Wbite went to Calhoun an got some rockers, 1912. 

Dncle J. Handy was hear for a few days Dec. the 31, 1912. 

S.E". an Carrie went to M.S. Baileys an stade a week Dec. the 29, 

1 91 2 . 

Mr. Muse came an build a chimney for L.P. Jan the 8, 1913. 

Uncle J. Handy brought Handy s watch to him Jan the 29, 1913. 

Mr. J.L. White was arested Feb. the 10, 1913. 

Lilly an Beat White stade here Saturday March the 1, 1913. 

Their was a cyclone past through Rosedale the 13, 1913, of March 

an killed 11 persons with much damage. , . . 

Dady Oens moved to Maxes from the Mill March the 22, 1913. 

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On the 21 there were a storme through Cedar Town 1913, 

L.P. went to Calhoun an bought Harlan a horse May the 2, 1913, 

J.W. Turman bought a new buggy Hay the 3, 1913, 

Dennes W. Came an eat his birthday diner May the 22, 1913, 

Mr. Lays house burned March the 15, 1911, 

I received J.B. White receipt in the Estate April the 6, 1911. 

Vetra an Walt moved Nov, the 18, 1911, 

George Hall shot his heel string in two out hunting Dec, the 25, 

1911. 

On March the 15 there were a house burned at Bud Capelin, 1911. 

The man that jumped in the river was found July. 1912 near Print 

Ups Fery, 

1913 on Jan, the 5, Olar Fowler had a stroke of peraylesis. 

Mr. Jo Voiles got his arem broke while hailing lumber cros the 

mountain July the 22, 1913, 

There was a burning on Rock Creek. Mr, John Kamp got some houses 

burnt an the school houne was burnt by 100 men imploy against the 

fire April the 17,- 1915. 

Mr, Laun Tredway lost his pocket book May the 2, 1915 with over 

$20 dollars in it so sed. 

On May the 8 and 9, 1915, there was a singing convension at 

Everett Springs with success an good crowd, 

L.P. & S.E. White went to Oostanaulla on a visit a mong kinfolks 

May the 12 to the 16, 1915. 

On June the 14 Dr. Grifon tuck Mrs. Salie Grifeth to Rome to 

under go an operation the 15th this June, 1915, 

1915 June' the 21, the corne club man was here inspecting - 

The 21 their were a Gang looking out the Dicksey hi way. 

June the 19, 1915, there is sed a Baptis Preacher shot a man an 

he died near Redbud by the name of Putinan shot Taylor June the 

M.S, Bailey gon home after a weeks stay July the 11, 1915. 

There is big talk of Dixey High Way hear, July 11, 1915. 

July the 4, 1915 there was an all day singing hear. 

The old storehouse at Everett Springs burned July the 11, 1915 

Sunday Evening. 

July the 18, 1915 Jo Holesomback was bit by a snake. ff 

1915 Miss "Ethel Shiellar commence school July the 26. 

Essie W. went to Calhoun to have her teeth crowne Aug. the 4 and 

have to go back the 6 to have it fixt. 

Aug. the 17, 1915, Pranks was linched by a mob or hanged near 

Marietta, a Jew, 

1915 John Hefners horses run away with wagon, Aug. the 25. 

Aug- the 27, 1915 Lola went home with Miss Ethel Shielar, 

Ada Tate come on a visit Aug. the 27, 1915. 

I, L..P. White bought a boiler an engine of Earnes Holsomback, 

August the 28 for $185.00, 1915. 

Essie W. went to Denneses to stay a week Aug. the 29, 1915. 

We moved the boiler an engine September 'the 6, 1915. 

Borned to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Grigsba a girl Sept. the 12, 1915, 

Oct. 1915 L.P.W. Tuck his wool to Calhoun an got 3 cts lb. 

Oct. 17 there was an all day singing at Everett Springs. 

The 20 we moved the mill to the sawmill to grind, 1915. 

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Mr. L.M. White & Harlan & the girls went to J.B, Whites Dec. the 

10, 1915 on a visit & sing. t 

A girl bornd to George Deason Dec. the 13, 1915. 

Gordon Watkins sold his male Dec. the 13, 1915. ' 

L.P. White bought the Leonard Bailey horse Dec. the 24, 1915/ i 

also one mare from the Union warehouse Co. Dec. the 24, 1915, 

Bought a mule from J. Long Dec. the 23, 1915, ' 

I 

DEATHS 

Mr.- Alan Straine killed his self, by shooting him self with a gun * 

December the 31, 1910, buried New Years. 

Mr. Phill Cox died Jan the 7 near Cave Springs 1911 * 

Mr, Marien Everets wife died March the 11, 1911. ( 

Elizabeth Miller died March the 21, 1911. . 

Old Graney I sam died Dec, the 31,1911. * 

There was a man jumped in the river 1911 at or from the Calhoun < 

bridge an drowned Dec. the 31. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Richards died June the 13, 1889. 

Mr. James Neel died at Jenteys Jan, the 11, 1892. < 

-Old Mr. Isec Tate died Jan, the 21, 1885. . 

Old Mr, Brock died June the 15, 1889. * 

■^ Mrs. Dolley Hirst died aug, the 14, 1904. ( 

Aders Baby borned August the 8 an died the 9 and was buried the . 
10, a twin 19 04. . * 

Mrs. Martha Warnock died Aprile the 4, 1913 being sixty nine { 

years old. , 

Mrs. Jane Barton died Feb, the 9 on Tuesday, 1915. ^ 

Old Man John Warend died Aprile the 24, 1915. ( 

Pink Pruyears wife died May the 15, 1915. ^ 

Miss Anga Stancell died July the 11, 1915. ' 

Mr. Jim Haygoods baby died July the 18, 1915. i 

Mr. Jessie Griffon died July the 25, 1915. ^ 

Mr. Jib Bray died Aug. the 6, 1915. ^ 

Mr. Van Tate died Aug. the 17, 1915. 

Mr, Bob Dickeson died Aug. the 17, 1915 at LaFayet Walker Co. 
Mrs. Mary Cudd died Aug, the 28, 1915. f 

Frank Adkins oldes child died Oct. the 10, 1915. 
Mrs. Nelly Somen died about 3 a.m. Oct. 1915. 
Mr. Osker Barnet died Oct, the 7, 1915 
Mrs. Euphoraa Lynch died Oct. the 14, 1915. 
Mr. George Barton is sed died Oct, the 17, 1915, 
Miss Jackson near Floyd Springs died Nov. the 8, 1915. 
Mr. Elious Holesomback an Miss Faney Deason was merried dec. the 
12, 1915 by Reverant J. Long. 

Jack'.^eed shot himself at Armercha Dec. the 14, 1915 and died the 
15.'. 

Aug. the 29, 1916 Miss Iner White & De Wit Dew was mereid, 1916- 
Jephtal Turman an Miss Turner was merried Dec. the 28, 1916. 
Handy fell & broke his. leg Dec. the 29, 1915 
The wind blew down the sawmill shed and broke the engine or 

govenor. 

Walt & Vetry went to carry Graney home the 30,1915. 

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Feb, the 6, 1916 Handy sat up for the first time since his leg 

was broke. 

Feb. the 5/ 1916 we pat shingles on the new mill. 

We have some truble in school among kids. 

Feb. the 15, 1916 Bose Broome was robed by a negro on Talors 

Ridge an badly hurt, negro cought. The negro was sent to the gang 

20 years. 

James Kinseys boy fell in the fire and was burnt, March 18, 1916. 

1916 Medcalf Mill was burnd April the 1 for which Powers was put 

in jal'e, 

April 1, Harlan & me got our washer logs. 

April the 11, Harlan got his foot Kurt holling logs. 

April the 14, S.E. & Harlan went to John Baileys and to J.C. 

Baileys at Tunnel Hill. 

April the 20, 1910, Laney Bailey come an stade 2 days. 

Bud Warnock barne burned up May 18, 1916. 

May the 20, 1916, a mesage that Ola Fowler was bad ofe. 

July the 2, 1916 an all day singing at the Pocket. 

July the 2, Willey Jimison was hear to day. 

1916, July the 6 to 8 it rained till the creek is higher than it 

have bin in years an damage to crops through Georgia higher than 

usual, 

I, L.P.White bought one middling of meat that weight is 53 lbs. 

cost $9 this July the 12, 1916, from Ch Harmon. 

DEATHS . 

March the 21, Mr. Fulton near Everett Springs died 1916., 

April the 20, 1916 Bufered Harmon burned to death to day, clothes 

caught. 

J.M. White was struck with pereayles May the 22 an died the 24, 

1916 at 4 o'clock. 

Mr. Thomas Cudd died May the 23, 1916, 

Ola Fowler died June the 5, 1916. 

Mr. Mullin baby died June the 5, 1916. 

Mr. Raff in Calhoun died June the 2, 1916. 

Earnest Holesorabacks baby died June the 27, 1916. f 

Mr. Clay Pryear died July the 12, 1916. 

Mr. Charley Philips died Aug the 20, 1916, Vilanow. 

Mr. Emesier Tate was buried Aug. the 24, 1916. 

Edker Hefner baby died Sept. the 16,1916. 

Lemmer White, wife of James White died Sept. the 19 at 8 in the 

evening. 

Least George fi Barber has a new boy Sept. 24, 1916. 

Clarenpe Tredway has a new boarder Sept. the 26, 1916. 

Little George has a new boy come Sept. the 24, 1916. 

Dennis White has a girle to his house Sept. the 25, 1916. 

Clarence Tredway has a comer at his house the 26. 

New comer at Wile Serts Oct. the 13, 1916. 

There was a negro by the name of Psalmons shot an killed Cunch 

Dew Oct. the 20, 1916. 

Barber left Little George Oct- the 20, 1916. 
Mr. Montgumrey died Oct. the 25, 1916. 

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July the 12, 1916 it is rumered that the; high water is higher 

than 86 but not so, 

July the 17, 1916, Mr. Long lost his mule by morrgage at law, 

July the 12 to 14, 1916 high waters ruin all the crops an the 

rivers & creeks. 

Walt stuck a nale in his foot July the 13, 1916, 

Mr. Charley Philips had his leg tuck off, August the 14, 1916. 

1916, July the 10 to the 15 the waters swept the crops an much 

suffering dun for want of food. The government came to ade. 

Mr. Lewis Fowler was up here Sept. the 17, 1916. 

I, L,P. White bought one lot of land from W.J. Turman in Sugar 

Valley Sept, the 12, 1916. 

Thomas Hefner sold his place to John, Oct, the first week in 

1916, Price $1600. 

Harlan an John White went to the Park Oct. the 26, 1916. 

1916 Essie went to Chattanooga the last of Sept. 

1916 Oct, the 27, two negrows an one white man got away from the 

gang at Vilanow, 

Zack Bailey was hear Nov, this 11, 1916. 

Oct. the 28, Cotton is bringing 18 to 10 cts now. 

S.E. White went home with Curb an Tiny White Nov. the 24, 1916. 

There was Lection the 25 of Nov. on road, 1916. 

Mr. Andrew Boin got his teame killed by fast trane Dec. the 19, 

1916 at Sugar Valley. 

The force school law come in Jan the 1, 1917, 
Mr. Lay gave up his school Dec. the 21, 1916, 
Essie & Lonie is coming home to day, 1916 Christmas Eave day. 

DEATHS 

Mrs. Pannie Barton died Sept-, the 29, 1916. 

Mrs, Mandy Simson died Oct, the 17, 1916, 

Mr. John Shahan girle died Nove, the 3, 1916, 

Mrs. Wash Black was buried Nov, the 11, 1916, 

The Little blind boy at Sugar Valley buried Nov, the 11, 1916, 

Mr. Healton died Nov, the 11, buried the 12, 1916 at Furnace. 

Mrs. Lizzie Griffon died Dec. the 20, 1916, 

Mrs. Faney Bogar was buried Nov. the 11, 1916. 

Mrs, Shug Clements died Jan the 4, 1917, 

Mrs. Mack Clements died Jan the 26, 1917. 

Mr. Morehead died Thursday Feb, the 15, 1917 in Rome Horsepitle 

having his head cut by an ax and died with fit. 

Mr. T.N. Stancel died Feb. the 21, 1917 at 3:30 in the evening. 

Mrs. Carrie Lumpkin died Feb. the 26, 1917. 

Ed Harmons baby died April the 24, 1917. 

Mrs; Mary J. Akins died June the 22, 1917. 

Mr: Dayens died July the 10, 1917. 

Mrs. Margret Davis died of stresses Thursday Aug the 23, 1917, 

Mrs. James Clements Emer died Thursday Sept. the 28, 1917.' 

1917 Mrs, Lular Harmon died Oct. the 7 at 6. . ^: 
Aunt Marthia Philips died Oct, the 27, 1917. ' Service held .'by- 
Jessie Kinsey at White yard. '" :' 
Jan. the 11, 1917 Osker Clements s Harlan 'White has measles:'' 
Mr, Longs mule was mired down in mud Jan, the 17, 1917. 

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Dr. Shields made a visit to Saley Clements to day for measels 

Jan. the 26, 1917. . 

Mr. Albert Morehead cut his head while cutting limbs over head by 

an ax falling on his head 1917. 

S.E, White tuck measles Jan. the 28, 1917, 

Ava White tuck them the 30,1917, 

Lewis tuck them Feb. the 1,1917. 

Lavetry tuck them the 3,1917, 

Carie had them the 8,1917. 

Lo had them the 12,1917. 

Handa had them the 13,1917. 

Barber Hefner & George had their trial March the 26, 1917, Beorge 

got his boy by paying 3 dollars a month to the baby with Barber. 

Mr. G.W. Hefner had his leg broke by a horse falling on him the 

horse being sick, Feb, the 26,1917, it died. 

Three of the convicks negros locked the Boss in there sell an 

tuck his gunn an sloped , but was recaught on Mill Creek an 

brought. back to Villanow an -put to work. 

Jepth Turman move to him self Saturday the 17, 1917. 

Lola went to Chattanooga March the 22, 1917. 

On the 24 it rained till the water was high an washing the land. 

The D.S. decleared war against the Jurmans April 1917, if carried 

out. 

Corne 1.75 to 2 dollars an flower $11 to 12 per bbl, Irish potato 

$4 per bu, syrup 75 t.o 100 per galon. 

1917 Pink Pruyear an Miss Coney was meried Feb. the 12 by Rev. 

Long, 1917. 

March the 19,19.17 Punch Stancell an Mis Pug Holesomback was 

meried. 

May the 6, 1917 Mr. Felton Goodson and Miss Minto White was 

meried. 

1917 Bat rice White and TH Whale was meried June the 24. 

Old Mrs. Tearrgon was meried July the 1, 1917. 

Clint Holesomback and Miss Mills meried the 22, 1917. 

Buferd Turman & Miss Purle Clements were meried Aug. the 19. 

Walter Voiles & Myrtle Green was meried Oct. the 21, 1917. 

Nov. the 11, Dura Stancell an Will Camp was meried. ,, 

Mr.Eelum Everett an Miss Emer Clements was mereid Nove. the 4, 

1917. 

Mr. Jones an Miss Nora Tate was Meried Nov. the 18, 1917. 

The year 1900 it rained May & June no crops worked, not much 

made . 
^^ 1902 Dry from 28 of March to June the 1 & 15, 

1903 & 1904 very good crop. 

1905 in Febuary it rained an frose till trees broke dov/n. 

19 OS, in May the 10 to 15 large frost killed cotton. 
^ 19 0,7" April the 15 it frosted killing fruit an wheet an groath in 

trees. 
\ 1908 April the 2 a large frost killing fruit, ice 1/4 of an inch 

thick - 

19 09 Sr 1910 very good crops in most places. 
^ 1911 Crops spotted some good crops. 
J 1912 rane in the spring, crops short. 

1913 Dry through the summer good crop. 
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1914 dry summer very good crop. 

1915 dry spring wet sumraer one half crops. 

1916 wet through winter one third crops made. 

WETHER REPORTES 

The year 1917 it raned up to Aprile then dry frost May the 8 and 
12th an 16 days of cold weather in succession. Then wet from July 
the 15 to Aug, the.1, 1917, Dry Fall up to nearly Christmas 1917. 
Cold snow from Dec. the 11 to Jan. the 27, 1918, Ice for 47 days 
on a strate. ,- 

1918 April the 11 it snowed to cover the ground then frost 3 " 
mornings. 

It snowed Jan the 2 an stade cold an froze f or 1 days, 1919. 

1919 July the 5 it raned a flood with wind blew damaging crops 
washing land. 

1920 from Jan the 1 to Aprile the 1 it raned so no plowing done. 

1920 April the 5 it snowed "an the 6 there was ice and rivers up 
no crosing much done. 

1922 it raned till May before we planted any corne an cotton we 
got don choping cotton the 18 of June 1922 its raning now the 
20th, It raned the last of June an washed land an crops away an 
don much damage to land. 

1921 crops is good corn specialy Aug the 5. 

1925 not much made, dry through summer. 

1926 crops very good in places. 

1927 it is a cold spring crops looks good tho small this July. 

1928 very good crops in many places, 

1929 it rained late in the spring an early in the fall high 
waters, crops lost much in places. 

May 22, 1917, they are trying to begin school at Sunday meeting. 

Aura Holesomback went to Rome an" had an' operation this April the 

23, 1917. 

Essie & Lola come home May the 2, 1917. 

We ordered corne through Steve May the 5. 

Mr. Terry Pruyear has a boy at his house May the 7. 

May the 16, 1917 George an Barber got together an left this the 

third time. 

May the 21 P.F. White mare an colt was born. 

The 21 there was a burning in Atlanta burned 5 blocks . 

The 22 the river bridge fell in at Calhoun an a hale storme 

braking out window lites. 

The 23 the sawmill got a fire in the shed. 

The 23 Charles Jones horses run a way with the wagon starting at 

the sawmill. 

June 'the 5 all men from the age of 21 to 30 as requirred to 

redgister on June the 5, 1917 for war survis.It is sed the 

Jurmans sunk 35 boats for the United States in 2 weeks .with 15 

thousand men on the Osian. 

On June the 24, 1917 J.L. White an Luther Warnock tuck James 

Morehead to Calhoun to be examaned for insurnce. 

The 28 of June Harlan tuck a lode of apples to Hill City to sell 

an got 60 cts per bu. 

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June the 20 1917 a hevy hale fell an ruin the cotton crop of S.W. 

Pruyers he plowed it up. 

Mr. Reeves an Mr. Nesbuy members of the County Board was hear to 

see about the bridge to day, June the 30, 1917. 

July the 21 me and S.E. S Lavetray went an picked 7 galons of 

buck burys today, 

July the 20, 1917 Ear land name drawn for the war suply, to be 

examined to be received in war. 

Their was an all day singing at. Hill City. 

Lo tuck A.unt Susey home July the 29, 1917. 

Harlan went to Calhoune to be examend for the ware and not 

refused. 

Mr. Lawson Tredway come an begun the new church August the 8, 

1917. 

1917 Aug. the 12 there is an all day singing at the Methodist 

church in the Valley. 

Aug -1918 Mrs. Kent come the 10 an stade a week with us. 

Loney & Glen. an Ted & Luease^ stade a week. 

Aug. the 18, 1917 Ed Harmons mule run away with T.D. Hefner an 

throws him from the bugy an tore it up an hurt him bad. 

Mr, Sant Harmon come to Eds the 18 for a visit. 

Me an S.E. went to Dennises Aug. the 18, 1917. 

Beat an Joner was hear the 23 of. Aug. 1917. 

the Revineus tuck John Tredway Aug. the 25 for stilling an the 

solgiers was down hear the 28 in surch of whiskey an cut up a 

still at B.W. Turmans. 

Lona come home with Luis Saturday Aut the 25, 1917 to stay a week 

with us . 

The 7 of Aug. L.P. S S.E. & Carrie went to Tunnel Hill on a. visit 

till Monday the 10. 

Dock White sold his place for S6,000 Dollars and backed out Sept. 

the 22, 1917. 

On Sept. the 22, 1917 George Harlan White an Osker Clements & 

Oliver elements went to Calhoune to go to be examoned for the war 

against the Jurmans force. 

The company of boys left Calhoune Sept. the 22. Was 72 in the 

year 1917 for Camp Gordon, ^^ 

Oct, the 4, 1917 Pink Tate got his arme broke in Calhoune tring 

to crank an auttomobeale, 

Oct. the 14 I went to Everett springs to hear Reverent Cullpepper 

preach his fair well sermont for to leave. 

Oct. the 8, 1917 the convicks began work on the Dixey high way on 

the creek. 

The boys left Camp Gordon about Oct. the 14 and went to camp 

Wheeler, Macon, GA. 

Oct. 2'S Luther Warnock has a new comer its a boy. 

Mr.^t'ong cut his leg on Friday Oct. the 13, 1917, a bad cut. 

Harlan was at home from Camp Wheeler an stade all night Nov, the 

4, 1917, 

Osker an Olever was at home Nov. the 18 for a stay of 2 or 2 

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DEATHS 1917-1918 

Mrs. Griffon of Sugar Valey was buried Oct. the 29, 1917. 
Mr, James Griffin of Mill Creek was buried a bout the first of 
Nov. 1917. 

Mr, Billy Moris of Calhoune died the last week in Nov, 1917, 
Sugar Valey. 

Son of G.W. Harris, Don died Jan, Thursday the 9,1918. 
Y,D. Malone of Sugar Valey died about the 8 of Jan, 1918, 
Mr. Julioua Stegs was buried March the 13, 1918. 
Mrs. Josephe ine Fowler died of p enum onia March the 23,1918 an 
B Jl^igg'-che ^4 in Korth Rome. ~ ' ' 
""Mr", Solomon Everett died Thursday the 18 of, Apr. 1918. 

Mr. Croft Greene died at Camp Gordon, April the 20,1918, while in 

the Horsepittle in U.S. servis. 

Mrs. Franciney Turner died May the 10, 1918. 

Mr.Boin died the 28 of" May, 1918. ' 

1918 Mr. Hale was buried in Sugar Valey June the 14. 

Mr. Ida Bailey died June the 28, 1918. 

1918 Oct. the 20 Janey Mills, died an one of her brothers died the 

21 with influenzo. 

James Tate died Oct. Monday the 21, 1918. 

Frank Tate died Dec. the 29 or the 30. 

Nov. the 30,1918 Lula Preyear died from a fall. 

Mat Tate went crazy Oct. 1918. 

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Miss Burty Pettett an Cline Holesomback was meried Nov. the 2 5, 

1917. 

Mr. Charley Green an Miss Luder Cullpepper was meried Nov, the 25 

or forth Sunday. 

Mr. Bunn Barnet & Oala Holesomback was meried the 1, 2nd-' Sunday of 

Dec. 1917. 

Mr. Henry Kinsey an Miss Haygood, Myrt was meried Sunday Dec, the 

22, 1917. " 

Mis.D. Herman an Charley Townson was meried March the 7, 1918. 

Graney came home with us on the 13 of Mar. 

Ava started to Chattanooga for a week the 24, 1918. 

Mr. Carle Akin an Miss Maud Peaterson merried Saturday Sept. the 

29, 1918. 

Dock Barton an Miss Bell was merried 1918 Dec. the 29,. 5th Sunday 

by Rev. J. M. long. 

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''■ 1917 

Harlan & Vit come home the 3 of Nov. 

The 9th of Dec. is a cold day, 1917. 

Some one stold Mr. Longs back bones 1917 while he was at 

preaching Dec. the 2, 1917. 

Dec, the 29 was a cold day .an night, down to. 8. 

Dec. the 29 was a cold day an night, the me r cere down to 8. 

Willson declared war on the Jurmans Hay the 18, 1917. 

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Willson declared war on the Austrileans Dec, the 12, 1917. 

Calvin Bailey moved to Rome, Dec. the 15, 1917. 

They tuck Bunns wife to horsepittle Dec. the 21, 1917. 

Mrs. Tilda Fowler was tuck to the horsepittle at Rome about the 

15 of Dec. 1917. 

The first lotment or check from Harlan for Oct. was the 15 of 

Dec. and the November one was the 26, 1917. 

Jan the 17, 1918 received one check for 15 dollars for Nov, 

The boys was drafted in Nov. the 22 to the Calvrys an some went 

to France in March 1918. 

Charles Tate moved to J. Clarence house Jan. the 7, 1918 an 

George Deason moved the 8 of Jan. • 

We got dun gethern corne Feb* the 7, 1918. 

I went to Calhoune the 8 to see about the income tax an had the 

15 dollar check cashed. 

The 14 of Feb. the boiler bloed out this day 1918. 

I an Essie went to town an bought the cabinet. 

I had Charles Stancel to fix the boiler the 18 of Feb. 1918. 

1918 we tride the "crusher an broke it, the 21 of Feb. 

Oliver Clements was at home the 4 Sunday. in Feb. ■ ■ 

L.P. White an S.E. visit Rome the 10 of March, 1917. 

1917 the 17 of March Essie W. come home from a week stay at Mr. 

Griffith. 

Reverant Bridges preaches to day at the Pocket the 13, 1918. 

Granney an S.E, an Carrie went to Everete Springs March the 

23,1918 for a visit. 

Mr. Jo Voiles gave a cotton picking. at night the 23 of 

March,1918. 

Mr. Thomas Hefner moved his renter March the 18, 1918. 

Mr. Osker Clements was home on a visit from Camp Wheeler for 4 

days beginning the 18 of March, 1918. 

March 18, 1918 Walt had a attack of. rheumatism this week. , 

We received our peaces for the crusher to day March 18, 1918. 

On the 6 of April, Reace an Will Jimison an Lular stade all night 

hear an it raned, 1918. 

Osker came home the 6 an stade to the 15, Apr, 1918, 

Bill Tate an Luty stade all night hear April the 11, 191j3. 

The school was out April the 13,1918. 

Miss Casey & me sent two tellegrams to Harlan the first week in 

Aprile, 1918, to come home an they wouldent let him come, 

Charley an D. Townson moved to Willsons April the 18, 1918. 

L-P. White purchest a car a few days ago the 15, 1918. 

Cleave Bolt was put in jale Sunday the 15,1918, seling snakes. 

Mr. Salone come to S.W. Pryears to caster colts the 17. 

M.S. Bailey an S.E. W. went to Serts on a visit the 18. 

AprU-e the 18 we gumed the shingle saw to day. 

April the 27, 1918, I an S.E- & carrie started to Camp Wheeler to 

see Harlan. We got there the 25 then come to Atlanta, stade till 

the 27 then come to Rome an saw the street perrade the 29. 

Dr. Burnet & the Dockter in the Valey had a fight April the 

25,1918. 

May the 11, me an Lola went to Calhoune and Lola got a present 

for Harlan and I bought my wear house stock to 3 hundred dollars. 

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In Calhoune May the first week there was a crowd of gamilers 

braking the laws. 

We attend the convension at Everett Springs May the 12, 1918, 

good singing. 

Mr. Earle Jackson on his way home from the convension his car 

gave way an he had to leave it. 

May the 26, 1918 an all day singing at the valley. 

We sent a telagram to Harlan to come home the 26 of May, 191 8. 

Harlan came home the 28 a few days. 

Mr. Shields come to Handy the charge for 3 trips $12.50 cents. 

1918 June the 2 one trip to Shields for raedeson''51 .00. 

June 2nd. Harlan left for Camp Wheeler to leave for France, 1918. 

The second Sunday in May, John & Martha Tate stade for dinner 

hear. 

Harlan left Camp Wheeler the 1 1 of June 1918 to go to Prance. 

This raley day for war stampes the 28 of June for this District 

is assest 1500 dollars. 

On the 4 of July 1918. Essie killed a rattle snake in yarde had 10 

rattles . 

We got our canery the 1 of July 1918. 

Lo an Boney went to Chattanooga the 22 of July 1918. 

Aug, 3, two cars went to park from Everett Springs, 

We heard from Harlan Aug. the 2, 1918, 

BIRTHS 

1918 Horned to Ed Harmon a son May the 21, 1918. 
July the 16 horned to Mert Voiles the first one, 
August the 17, 1918 Lo an Loney & Boss an others come down, 
Graney come the 24 an there were baptise. 

Nov. the 14,1918 Buford Turraan has a new comer, its a girl. 
Dec. 3 Burth Hole somback had a new comer, a girl. 
A new comer to Jeps Turraan Dec. the 23, 1918. 
April the 26, 1919 a new comer at Georgon Watkins, a boy, 
A new comer at Vaatreys a girl, Aug. the 4, 1919. 
Author Warnocks mule run with him an brused him up Sept. 15,1918, 
We all went to Faireview to a singing convension Sept', forth 
Sunday, 1918. 

They finished the meeting house Sept. the 28, 1918, 
The Association was at the Pocket Oct the 3 an 4, 1918. 
1918 we built the Jin house Oct. 2d week. 

Oct. the 18 we began ginning cotton an on the 19 Wiley Sert cut 
his finger on the jin saw, 
Fluenze is raging thro the country. 
1918 Nov. the 7 Germanney surrendered for Peace. 
Apstro surrendered the 4 of Nov. 1913. 
Turkes surrendered about the 1 of Nov. 1913. 
We thrashed soy beans & sorghum seed. 
Jurmans surrendered the 1 1 of Nov. an made peace. 
. Oct. the 30,1918 Lular Pruyear was throne from a buggy an killed 
while crosing the mountain by a mule running away With Pink. 

Bill Townsed moved to the Gap the last of Nov. 1918, the last 
week. 

Pink Tate moved to the Cove the 3 day of Dec, 191 8, 

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Miss Betty Black, Essie & Lola went on the 1, to Mr. Wash Blacks 

for the night stay,. 

I received the money order that Harlan sent from Prance the 9 of 

Dec. 1918. He started it aboat the 15 of October, 1918. 

Osker Clements come home from the Camps the 9 of Dec. 1918 to 

stay. 

Charley Stansells auto run down the bank an turned over along the 

pond Dec, the 19, 1918. 

On the 26 day of Dec. 1918 I went to the sale an bought a wagon' 

and pade $90 for same. 

On Dec. the 25,1918 Walt turman bought a mare from Clarence T. 

LP.W. bought two town lots in Sugar Valley from W.J. Turman Nov. 

13-14. 
.W. S, Pruyear bought a f arme near LaFayette for which is sed he 

pade $4000 this Dec. 26,1918- 

Dec. 1918 Oliver Clements come home on a furlow. 
>S.W.' Pruyear moved to LaFayette the 30 an 31, 1918 an sold his 

stock of goods or raercandice. 

Harlan landed at Liver Pool July the 2, 1918. 

This 1918 Dec. the 15, up to peace it is sed that in the war that 

theire was of the British 668,665 killed 

Dec 1918 it is sed their was 1,508,000 killed 

Jurmans killed an wounded 4,000,000 

an prisoners tuck 4,000,000 

The casualties to date Dec 22, 1918 

of the americans killed or wounded is 166, -19 6 

Russians was losses of men 9,150,000 

Jarraan 1918 losses to date is Dec. 25 6,000,000 

Dec 25 France casualties is killed 1,400,00 

Austro Hung losses to May 4,000,000 

Dec 25 the Austro Hungarian 19 Jenereals out of 330 left, 

April the 29, 1918 Mr. Wiley Seritt was throne from a mule an 

broke his collar bone. 

The Armestic signed the 11th month, the 11 day, and 11th hour 

Nov. '1919- 

Benn Pettett cut Robert Voiles with his knife July the 2^, 1919, 

Mat Tate went crazy Oct. the 15, 1918. 

1932 Roosevelt the 32 thirty second President but the 31 man, 

Mr. Cleveland second time, Mr. McKenley in the turme of 1897. 

1919 Jan. the 12, Sunday morn a aroplane flew over this valley to 

day about 1/2 after 9. 

Mr. E.J. Harmon had a spell an they thought him dead the first 

week in Jan. 1919 . 

Vitural Turman got home from Camp January the 11, 1919. 

jan the 19, 1919 Aunt Sarah Hefner was struck with paraylisis 

from'the knees down. 

Jepii Turman moved to the old Hefner House Feb. the 5, 1919. 

Clive Holesomback moved the next day to the Pruyears. 

1919 Lewis got hurt with a saw mill belt Feb. the 26. 

March the 11, 1919 Harland buggy top was cut one night near the 

Furnace and mule turned loose with buggy an came home. Left Lewis. 

March the 19 S.E. went to Rome with J- Hefner for a few days. 

I bought Maud from Pink Pruyear March the 2, 1919. 

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Oliver Clements got home on a discharge from the Array March the 

25, 1919. 

A rade on stille made March the 21, 1919, got Dan. 

Aug the 4, 1919 Handy carried Essie to Rome to go to Cave Springs 

for a week stay. 

DEATHS 1919 

Walter Voiles died Jan. the 1, 1919. 

Mrs. Manolia Green died Jan, the 10, 1919. 

One of Charley Hensons boys died of fever Jan th6 13, 1919. 

Jan the 28, 1919 Miss Leoteous Daycus died with flev. 

Mrs. Daycus died the 29 in Sugar Valey GA. 

Mrs. Frank Dickey died the same night the 29- 

Reece Jimeson died Feb. the 1, 1919. 

Mr. John White's baby died Feb. the 12, 1919 after being severley 

burnt. 

Hiss Jackson died February the 12, 1919 near Floyd Springs after 

long illness. 

Mrs. Rilla wat'^'iiiseyi. ■-died-- .Feb... the' 14., 1^1.9. 

Mrs. Weavers died Feb. the 15 in Sugar Valey 1919. 

Mrs. Ed Navrrel died some time in Feb. the 1 week, 1919. 

Mr. Leo Barnet died Feb- the 19, 1919. 

Ada Jimison died Feb. the 21, 1919, 

Miss Clarke near Oostnaulla died Feb. the 25, 1919. 

Saney Dew shot himself. 

Mrs. Saney Dew died June the 12, 1919. 

Mr. Joseph Ckvender died July the 13 > 1919. 

Mr, John Fuller died June the 13> 1919. 

1919 Mig Harmon left Ed March the 25. 

Harlan landed at Camp Merit March the 25, 1919. 

Harlan came home on a discharge April the 19, 1919. 

Mr. Wiley Serrt was throne from a mule an broke his collar bond 

April the 26, 1919. 

Handy perchest an auto May the 6, 1919- 

Mr. Bob Bartons house burned Hay the 7, 1919. f 

Handy carried graney home in his carr May the 8, 1919. 

The boiler blowe out May the 7, 1919. 

The kids made a trip to Rocky Face June the 21, 1919 to a singing 

on Sunday. 

The singing at the Furnace Sunday July the 30,1919. 

1919 July the 5 a big rane came an washed the crops an the wind 

blew the corne down. 

l9l9The leag of Peace Treatey signed June the 29. 
July the 14 I bought a sawmill: ^^m Felt Goodson to be delivered 
Christmas. 

Alline & Catherine come home with, the girls the 4 Sunday in July, 
1919 they stade a week- 

1919 Aug. the 3 essie went to Cave Springs for a week stay. 

1919 Births 19 20 

Dec. the 1, 1919 Lutha: Warnock have a new comer a boy. 

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Dec. the 15, 1919 Clarence Tredway moved to Sugar Velay. 
Dec. Tuesday the 29, 1919 borned to Jojiah & Beat a girle. 
1920 March 12 Edgar Hefner have a new comer it is girl, 
T.D. Hefner sold his place at the highest bidder, April the 1, 
1920. Edgar bought it for $23.50, 

1919 DEATHS 1920 

Pelton Green died July the 27, 1919. 

Mrs. Wash Kinsey died July the 28, 1919. 

Mrs. Suckey Warnock died Friday Aug; the 15, 1919. 

John Childers died Nov, the 26, 1919. 

Mrs. Julie Kinsey died Dec. the 1, 1919. 

1920 Mr. John bolt died setting in a chair with the Bible in his 

lap, Jan. the 26, 1910. 

Mrs. Ped5 Stancell died Jan. the 9, 1920. 

Mr. D.C. Fowler, died March the 13, 1920. 

Mrs. Dura Camp died feb. the 28, 1920. 

Mr. Danney Price died May the 13, hurried the 14, 1920. 

Aunt Sariah Hefner died Nove. the 18, 1920. 

Carl Barnet died Nov. the 18, 1920. 

Bufered Turinan found his baby in the bed dead Dec. the 9, 1920. 

MATRIMONIA 1920 

George Jimeson meried a widow Shields July the 27, 1919. 

Dec. the 21, 1918, Osker Clements an Mertle Warnock was meried, 

so sed- 

On the 27 Thomas Clements was me re id to Daris Hefner, 1919.- 

Pink Pruyear an Miss Wilson was merried Dec. the 25,1919, the 3 

wife and just of age, so sed. 

1920 March the 12 Jo Voiles got hurt at the sawmill but sed his 

wife hit him on the head with hammer. 

April the 1, 1920 it raned an creeks were up. 

Vie sold cotton machine 1920 for $41.40 at Rome. 3 bales brought 

$5.66, 

Nov, 1920 Lanney Watkins an Pellar Clements was merried iiov. the 

7, 1920. 

Nove. the 20, 1920 Vitural Turman an Arolene Green was married 

now separated. 

1919 Sept. the 1 Vitural Turman cut his leg with an ax. 

Nov. the 10, 1919 the children moved to Sugar Valey to go to 

school on Monday. 

Bridges'/ dedicate the church on Sunday Nove. the 16, 1919 ordaned 

Edger Hefnei deacon the same day. 

The school house fell down Dec- the 1 at night, 1919. 

Mr. ./Pitman moved in the Pocket Dec. the- 1, 1919. 

Mr. Gateon moved in the Pocket Dec. the 4, 1919. 

Ed Harmon- moved to John Hefner Dec. the 4, 1919. 

They put the new organ in the church Dec. the 7, 1919. 

John Smith moved to the Stancell house Dec. the 17, 1919. 

Charles Warnock moved to John Creek Dec the 18, 1919. 

Lanney Tredway moved to Sugar Valey, 1919. 

The 18, Jim Horehead moved to the Valley, 1919. 

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Charles Ferriel moved to Hill City or above on the 18 and Charley 

Warnock moved to Everett Springs on the 18 of December, 1919. 

Dec. the 19, 1919 Johah Talley moved to J.L. Whites in Pocket. 

Dec. the 19 Harlan went to Sugar Valey to bring the kids home 

from schoo, 

Jepthah Turman moved to Sugar Veley Jan the 26, 1920. 

Sisroe Hefner moved to Hefner old house Jan the 26,1920, 

Essiev.went before the school coraision for a school Jan the 26, 

1920. 

1920 Went to Dennesses to get ray yearling Fri. the 9th. 

Tall Bailey & wife was hear to stay all night Jan the 18, 1920. 

Jan the 8, 1920 Lewis left the school at Sugar Valey and went to 

South Ga. with old Harries. 

Essie tuck up her school Tuesday Jan the 19, 1920. 

Walt sold his sawmill Saturday Jan. the 19, 1920. 

Backed out Feb- the 2, 1520. 

T.D. Hefner's Pet died Jan the 26, 1920. 

I bought Walts sawmill Feb. the 2, 1920. 

Higlherm Voiles went to the pocket Feb. the 5, 1920 and left his 

lamp in the buggy on his raps, caught a fire an burned up in 

his buggy. 

Handa S Lola went back to'school March the 8,1920. 

1920 J. A. Voiles got his head hurt at the sawmill so sed Mis V. 

hit him with hammer. 

March the 10 a meeting at the line to apoint building comity for 

school house. 

It raned so we didn't plow nun till April the 19. Late for a crop 

in 1920. 

S.E. White got her fingers cut off with the cut off saw May the 

11, 1920 dressed by Shields $16. 

Dennis & Johnny '.ELack & famileys come the 2 of June, 1920. 

1920 2d Sunday in May Dennes & Russel G. went to the park on a 

visit or strole. 

1920 Essie come home from Berry July the 2. 

1920 Lewis come home July the 2 started back the 10th." 

July the 28, 1920 Wiley got his thum tore up by mule hung to log 

chane ketching the thumb. 

1920 July, Essie went to town to the institute meating. 

Mount Berry School got partly burnt Nov. the 6, 1920, s6 sed. 

1920 Nov. the 14 they are looking for Ant Sariah Hefner to die at 

eny time. 

1920 Nove. the 1'1 the horsepittle at Reeves burned down so is 

rumered abroad, 

Dec. the 14, 1920 school house at the Line is about redy. 

The school house at Bartons Hill' burned about Dec. the 1 4 on 

Tuesday, 1920. 

The. tine school began the 2 Monday in Jan 1921. 

Lewis started to school Feb. the 7, 1921 to Mr. Boman, went 6 

days . 

Mrs. Bailey fell an hirt her self Feb. the 24,1921. 

Harlan & Lo went to the Soldiers Dnion March the 8, 1921 for 

super at Calhoune. 

Feb, 1921 I went to Rome an sold cotton for 6 1/2 cts. March went 

out cold & windy with some rain. 

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* April the 3, 1921 G.W. Hefner had a birth day dinner an his 
family with him. 
On the 11th and 12 of April their was a cold spell an frost 

killing fruits 1921. , u ., .001 

1921 Ed Harmons house burned April the 13, 1921. 

The county went Bonds April the 7 for Roads 1921. 

We had blowout at the sawmill the 15, the water pipe found a hole 

in it April 1921. 

I an SE went to Denneses the 10 of May 1921. 

W.,J. Serett moved his jin July the 25, 1921 very mad. 

JHL & E.J. Bailey staid all night hear Aug- the 5, 1921. 

Sept. the 8, 1921 Harlan went to' Atlanta to stand examination for 

health. 

Ave have a bourder of her own Sept. the 2, 1921- 

We went to a birth day diner at Mrs. E.J. Baileys Nov. the 13, 

1921. 

DEATHS 1932 & 34 

Hiss Pullem an the girles went to the Post to take a ride on the 

Poneys and fell her foot hung in the sturp an was killed this 

Nov. the 6, 1932. 

Mr. T.W. Stancell died March the 16,1933. _ 

Mr. John Christian died Dec. the 29 at 12 o'clock at night, 1934. 

DEATHS 1921 and 22 

Willey Lumpkin shot an kill Vurgle Lumpkin this March the 
16,1921. , ^ ^^ ■ ^ 

1921 Aline White to be hurried to day March the 18. 
Exxie Bailey died Aprile the 15, 8 o'clock, 1921. 
Mrs. John Pettett died -June the 17,1921. 
Mrs. Squire Hanes fell dead Aug. 17, 1921. 
•Harris Stansels boy died Nov. the 12, 1921. 
Katherine White died April 12th 1920. 

Mattie White died Feb. 27, 1922. _ ^.,,. r, i. 

Old Everetts and Green was killed by oficers for. stilling Feb. 

the 3, 1922. 

Will Barton died the 18 of May 1922. f 

Mrs. James Burnes died the 16 of May, 1922. 

Mrs. Effie Warnock died the 31 of May, 1922. 

Carle Morgan was drowned June 25,1922 at the oare mine in a ore 

Mr.' John Kelmp of Rocky Creek was hurried Aug. the 20, 1922 at 

West Union, „,. , 

Mrs. Marthia Boings died April the 23, 1923 at Chickamaugia, 



J.I.Tates girle. 



BIRTHS 



Osker & MUrt have a boy boarder Mar the 30, 1921 . 

May the 12, 1921 Dennis have a new comer a girl. 

Thomey Clements has a boarder its a boy this July the 27, 1921. 

1922 John & Cora has a girle Aug. the 13. 

Ava Capehart has a girl July the 26, 1923. 

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MATRI MONEYS 

Floss Green an Morgan was raeried April the 24, 1921. 
Juel Clements an Will Lumpkin was meried May the 8, 1921." 
Ben Pettett an Bonney Holesoraback was merried Saturday the 24 
1922. ' 

John Pettitt was merried April 8th 1923 the second Sunday & 
second time and parted in 1924. 

Harlan came home Dec. the 15 from Horspitle. 

Homer Green was put in jale for bootleging March 1922, he was 

reliesed on Bon the 16. 

We started a house in the Valley F.eb. 1922. 

We all had the fleu April 15,1922, nothing yet planted. 

J.C. Harmon got his leg broke, I recan May the 15, 1922. 

Carrie Holesoraback got snake bit June the 5th, 1922. 

We cleaned up the Grave yard Saturday July the 1st, 1922. 

Loney and Lewis came home Sat, 6th 1923. ^ 

Mr. Mitchel come to the Pocket in Nov, 1923. * 

We had a cold rane, ice frose on trees, timber broke down Feb. . # 

the 4 & 5, 1923. ^ 

I sold the Sawmill an Timbers March the 14, 1923. * 

Boss Seretts boy got his leg broke April the 24, 1923'. # 

S.E. White went to see M.S. Bailey while sick April the 24,1923. ^ 

Harlan White and Oceale Chapman was merried Aug. the 22, 1924. * 

1930 was a cold winter. On Jan. the 29 it snowed hear 7 inches 
and in the pocket it was 4 inches here at Morrison Hights. ^ 
In April dry from the 10. to May the 3 an 5 , showers an cloudy * 
most of May with rains and some frost, cool the 25 but clear. # 
June the 5 rained some June dry to the 22. • ' ^ 
Light shower July dry, a little rain the 11, dry and hot murkery ^ 
104 up to 15th. On the 19 a shower on the 23 and 24 a rane that # 
broke drought. ^ 
August the 20 dry an hot all over the United States. ^ 
People dying in many places in the Union. # 
August dry in most of places this the 1 Sept. , ^ 
Sept. the 6 rane broke the drouth hear. ■ ' * 
Oct & Nov rane a lot. IP 
Nov the 24 it snowed and turn cold ^ 
Dec. the 17 it snowed about 5 inches. ^ 

1931 Jan. 1 to 3 cold an frosty morning. ^ 
On the 8th it snowed an raned and cold up to the 19th- ^ 
Feb. 3rd. dry for 10 days an frost at mornings. ^ 
March the Sf.) it snowed most all day. # 
April -the 29,1931 a rane to day but slow. ^ 
1932;* ^ 
It rained in streeks, some good crops 
Aug and some not much good cotton ^ 
Not much good crops hear. ^ 
No good, dry, gardens burned up. ^ 
Dry for some time this 1932. ' ^ 

Sept. 18th.- 24 I saw in the Tri Weekly that blu burrys was" 

cultivated. The name is Geo. D. Lowe, Baxley,GA. 

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1927 July the 7th. I was at Essies an tuck a herting in my hip an 

cood not walk for 2 days. 

1930 March the 17, 1930 it snowe and a cold spell thretning 

weather. 

1930 April dry and frost the 24 in many places, 1930. 

1930 we went to a birth day dinner with M.S. Bailey at home below 

Actworth the 27 of April. She was 92 the 26. There was about 46 

eat dinner their. 

1930 May the 8th, Essie was sick and S.E. went to stay a few 

days . 

1930 on Thursday night the 15 of May their was a burning at the 

Post and several horses burned up at 9 o'clock at night. 

1930 the 16 a boy shot a poliece off his car inChatnooga. 

The last of May the Tanery burned down. 

June 8 there were an all day singing in the Pocket hut a failure, 

2 surments, 1930. 

1930 Mills shut down, no work. 

I help Coots peddle July 14 & 15 on Sunday. 

July the 13 a storm at Chickamauga &. bloed a tree cross a car an 

mash it in the grown. 

Dennes was hear the 13 on Sunday. 

Walter hert his foot the first week in June. 

On the night July the 23 a reck against the Post nocking down 

male box. 

The next night one at Magriffs store. 

The 25 S-E. went after her hurries at the Pocket, 

On the 28 a reck 2 cars run to gether at Cress Road, 

July the 27, 1930 sed to be the hotest day in many years, the 

merkery stade at 114. 

Their was a reck at Cannons Crossing Sunday, Aug. the 3, 1930, 3 

men bad hert. 

We went to the reunion Sunday the 31 . 

1930 Nov. the 24 a snow fell, -some lay on the ground. 

1930 is the hardest oprest year in history. 
Dec. 17 a snow fell, 5 inches, 

Feb, the 17 rained today 1931. 

March the 27 it raned its wet an colder 1931. 

Apr. 4 rained with thunder showers for the first this year. 

June the 14 dry to day not much hope rane. ' 

1931 dry from April the 30 to June the 26 it raned a good rane 
hear the 16, a shower fell on the 4 of July an on 5 it raned a 
good rain. 

Then dry for a month, the driest fall for years. 

1932 in the winter it raned most all the time up to March then a 
storme and a heavy rane. 

April the 16 it is sed that Mr. Pat Payne droped dead, up in Cane 

Tuckey 1932. 

On the folering Saturday his Brothering law died, so sed, 

Augl the 1, 1930 there was a'heater brought hear by two negroes. 

Dec. 2, John Tate had a reck near Ringgold, the truck turned over 

with him. 

1930 Dec. 17 four men robed Days Store. 

1930 There was a mistry killing near Chickeymauga of Rinkton. 

Dec. the 15 a snow fell. Dec. 17 1930 5 inches. 

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1930 Wess Bailey left the Pocket near Dec. 22. 
Watt er3 moved in some time soon after. 

J.B. White sed he was going to crush lime rock. 

Jan, the 5, 1931 I made the Deed to my place of my old home stid 

I bought a pig to day the 5 Jan, 1931. 

Mrs. Owens had a Kin shot (him self the 5) Jan 1931. 

1931 Jan. the 12 I sent my check to the Bank for four hundred 
aollars. 

Ave was hear to day the 12 Jan, 1931. Snow on the ground this 

morning the 14. 

Night of the 14,2 houses burned at the same time. 

Ensigns Hot House an the MonGumery house in EsterWoud Jan, 1931 

The 19th. me an Rector and Grace and their kids went to the Park 

and went up in the Snodgrass Tower. It was cold. 

Jan. the 24, 1931, Eula May wreceived a shower of gifts on 

Saterday, ' • 

Handa carried us to the Pocket Jan. the 25, 1931 an got some 

26 Handa went to work at night today. 

30 Walter plowed some to day in his garden. 

Feb. 2, Mrs. Owens washed to day for us. 

Chattanooga, Tenn, Feb. the 5 the Boiler of Tank Co. bleu up an 

killed 2 men and hurt 2 more. 

Feb. the 10, 1931 Mrs. Owen washed for S.E, White. 

Feb. 13 Russco Tarvin shot a man near Chickamauga. 

15th. we went to M.S. Baileys Sunday. 

The 22nd. Carrie & Joe & Gwendolyne went to Essies in Armerchiee 

.1 an S.E,. went to Thorn Baileys Sunday the 22 an they wer not at 

home, 

John & Lo met us at Rossville and we all went up on Lookout 

Mountain, 

It rained the last day of feb.. 1931. 

March the 1 , some boddy stole gass from Day. 

March the 2, Mr. Day moved to the rock house. 

Walter got a job of building, 1931 a house for Black March the 4 

of March, 

Jack Owens and Kiney Osbon run a way from home about Feb. the 24, 

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The 4, two cars collided down the road to day. 

March the 8, went to Harlans to day an it snowed all day 

Some boy tried to rob Mr. Day the 7, they caught the boy today. 

March the 13, 1931 Lewis have an nother boarder, be a girle. Mrs. 

Day the Doctor. 

Mch. the 15 Jessie was hear to day on a visit. 

John & Edna & Thom Baileys folks went the 15th. to Mrs, M.S. 

Baileys to see her while sick, 

17th,vLo went an stade with Eula May for Lewis to go to Election. 

March 21, S.E. & Handa went to see her Maw, sick. 

The 23 I went with John s Lo to Mr. Tates and we loked over his 

farme, 

The 23 the Solgers on a hike to be gon til June. 

Ava stade here the 25 over night on her way to see her gran maw. 

Hongumrey crowd moved in Dunkin house on the 26 of March, 1931, 

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School kids went to Atlanta to day and it is raining, bad time the 

27th. 

28 Lo an John went to Dennises and the 29 to see Granny. 

Ava come back with them an went hom the 30. 

The first thunder showers of the season was March the 26 about 

dark. 

April 2, Carrie an Veat an I went to see Graney. 

O.A. Smiths house caught on fire April the 4 an they put it out, 

1931. 

Lewis an Handa put the felt on the kitchen April 6th. Put up the 

paper at night - 

On Sunday the 4 there was a reck on Lookout Mtn. They fell 300 

feet to the rele road killing 2 brothers on the' recker pulling 

the reck the cable broke an injuring 2 others with others narrow 

excape when it fell back. 

April 10, 1931 Harlan & Ennerree White was here. 

I went home with G.H. to show him the land lines the 11 and went 

to see M.S. Bailey. 

1 planted the garden 16th of April 1931. 

They all went to Lock an Dam on a pick nick to stay to night the 

18, 1931. 

April 19 Mama come home from M.S. Bailey, 1931. 

Dr. Shields wife died April the 21, 1931 after an operation. 

Ave an Rector was hear the 22 of April, 1931. 

S.E. went to see Dr. Hale for a treatment. 

28, I, L.P. White went to Rossville an got medison. 

April 30, it rained sloley to day an not much. 

I went to Hales to get medison May the 1,1931 for S.E. and when I 

got back we had to call Dr. Shelton to give her a shot, called 

back, not much results. 

1931, Thursday May 7 a car recked on the poarch of Dunkings house 

at 3 o'clock in the morn, tore up. 

May the 10, John an Edna was. hear, 1931. 

May 11 Harlan an family was hear an paid on the note for land. 

May 19 Walt finished sink clauset. 

Florence White was hear 20 of May an stade all day. 

Me and S.E. and Handa an Lula an Gwindoline went to Granney the 

22 of May. 

A dog sed to be mad on the 24th of May bit Betty Jene aiid Mis 

Dunkin an Roy run the dog from the fence an skend his hed- 

1931 

May the 27 it is sed Mr, M.E, Heggis is moveing to day to 

Tennessee so sed. 

B. Chambers moved in Harbores house May 28. 

Mr. Lamb moved to Noxville May the 1 . 

Lola moved Hay the 2 to Chattanooga. 

Dennis & family was hear May the 7, 1931. 

The.v2'nd. there was 2 houses burned in Esterwood. 

We'' went to a birth day dinner Sun. the 6 at Mr. Hills near 

Sublignia. 

The 10th there was a reck with 2 cars at Days. The names were 

Deprest and Woods Boys. 

June the 14 dry an hot with little rane. 

1931 on the 16 it raned a good shower, June. 

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Water stood in the garden. Sed it didn't rane at the lake much. 

July the 4 it raned a good rane. 

July 27 it raned a big rane hear. 

July 26 John Scaffer runn in the lake with his carr an hert 

Mongumery wife an baby, 

1932 in ninteen thirty two March the 5 it turned cold and stade 

cold till the 15, snowing, freezing and snowing now an 

then, killing fruit and vegetables. 

1931 DEATHS 

Jan. Essie rote that Aunt Pet died Sunday the 18 about 9 o'clock 

in the evening. 

I- heard that P.P. or Tom White died Mon- the 19th, 1931. 

Mrs. Eliza Tate died Jan. the 22, 1931 in the Pocket at S.W. 



~]^;Puf^ea£s; 

Mrs. Shields died from an operation the 21. 
Xd. Hefner died the 14 an buryed him the 15. 

John, didn't let nun of them know it till after wards. Lived below 
Macon this April 1931. 

Mr, Flaveous Everett died in Rome after an operation April the 24 
being a resident of Everett Springs this April the 25, 1931. 
1931 George Harris died hear at Lakeview May the 1 . 
Mrs. Shields died after an .operation April the 21 in Atlanta. 
Brought back to Bury. 

We all went to Everett Springs an to Dennes June the 2 8 an had a 
good time, an see all friends an folks of the place. 
B. Chambers moved the 27 from hear to town this June, 1931. 
Lewis started to Cane tuckey this June the 30, 1931. 
Henry Carney was shot by day an killed near LaFayette July the 
11, 1931. 

A Mrs. Jones died Mon. Oct. the 7, 1931. 

Aug- 22 Avis 6 Ruth was hear this 1931 for a stay of a few days. 
Mr. Thomas Warnock died July the 12, 1933 near the Pocket. 
Brannon Raideo Revival begun March the 12, 1930 at Chatnooga, on 
the 12 of March anversery day of re Joyce 5 hundred circle 
compleet May 19. Brannon went on his vacation the 21. He come 
back the 1 1 of June to the revival . 

Mrs. Ramsey brought the ironing board to day, Friday the 19, 1931 
to S.E. White near Rossville, GA. 

July the 29, 1931 they begun poreing con creet on the Cre^s Road. 
1931 Aug. the 3, S.E. & Vetrey went to Chickamauga for remnant or 
clouth, 

E.E, have a girl borned to her the 1, Aug, 1931. 
3rd Sunday in Aug. 1931. . 

On the 15 of Aug. they open the Cress Road to State Line of 
--^ cement. 

Dennes an family was hear an we went on Lookout Mountain the 19. 

Harlan an family come the 22 and brought some chickens, 5 .in all 

and applfes and peaches. 

1931 Aug. the 25 Elenor stade this week with Gwindoline. 

Aug. the 30 we attended the White reunion and had a good meeting 

with friends, Avace White come home with Carrie for a week stay. 

Aug. the 1 , 1931 . 

Mr. Stansell put the bath tub In ray house for $4 dollars. 

Aug. 2 Walter and Baggie began a house at Elley springs. 

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Carrie tuck Avace home to day Sept. the 6. 

John & Lo and us all went down to Mr. Tates Sept. the 1, 1931. 
I went to the ball game "to the grate clowns an the negros box, 
Mon. Sept, 14. 

On Sunday the 17 we all tuck birth day diner with John an Lo. 
Wednesday a filling station blew up near White Way, tore up 
things. 

17 me an maw went to see Banker 
Sept. 18 Harlan was here to day with syrup 
Rector an family was hear 21 & 22. 

Oct. 22, 1931 Thursday I have bin in bed 4 weeks today and still 
■ in bed. 
Lewis come home sat' the 17 an brought Mr. Cherry' with him. 
The 14 of Octo, 1931 at Ridge Dale Mills thorn Bailey got his arme 
cut off while at work at night. 

Oct. 31 Miss Ayers house burned to day early this morning 
1931 has bin dry fall no rane scarsely. 

1931 Nov. 23 they have Mrs. Ayers house half built do day. 
27, Carrie an Veat went to Essies on Thank given. 
Dec, the 11, 1931,' Eula May come back hear from Actworth at her 
maws. 

1931 they had a school election to day the 19. 
Roy Christian elected for school trustee. 

Far to day the 22 of Dec. after a big rane. 

Dec. the 20 Market Street was pretty at night with lights with 

many colors. 

On Christmas day we had all of our kids and their famileys hear 

and in joyed one more time in life an in joyed the singing, 1931. 

There was 43 come an tuck part this 1931. 

Al Smith 58 years old to day Dec. 30, 

1932 bought a load of manure to day' the 21. 

Lewis left Tuesday to go to New York haven't returned yet the 23. 

They killed the hog Monday 27,, 1932. 

Lewis 's- kids went to school to day Feb. the 2 to take an 

noculation. 

1932 Feb. the 12 their was a rec up hear at the store at might, 

Mrs, Staley an Mrs, Conley got hurt. A Mr. Alan was the others 

that rect. 

1932 I sent Harlan his note the 13, fi 

Lewis an Rector came in Saturday, 

I went to the Perraid the 22th, the 200 birthday of Washington. 

23 Thurs. Lewis sent his things to Chapmans at Acworth to day. 

27 we went to M.S. Baileys, went by Essies, back by D.W's and by 

G.H. Home. 

Lewis and family left to day 24 for Chapmans. 

1932 

Mrs. Cheeks house burned to day about 4 o'clock, Feb. the 24th. 

Harch'„the 1, 1932 in New Jursey Linburge's baby was kidnaped 

creating a grate dissturbance all over the United states. Hoover 

tuck shear in hunt of the child with soldiers, 

I had our gardens plowed March the 2, paid $2,50 for the worke. 

March the 6 & 7 coldes day of the winter 1932, still cold to day 

the 15, freezing. 

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21 March on the night of the 21 their was a thunder storme part 

at night, 

March the 21, 1932 a storrae went through Chi ckaiaauga and 

Boyington up rooting trees an hale killing pigs an ether damage. 

Also one the same night hiting Alabama, Georgia/ Tenn. an on to 

Tenn an Ohio 300 killed 2500 hert in all the places more or less 

damage done to the state, damage un known. 

On Sunday night an nother one followed close to the other one 

killing some and doing a lot of damage to property. 

March 1932, it is sed that Earnest Tate was meried on March the 

19 in Florida. 

March went out cold an raney. 

April the 7, 1932, Mr. Oliver moved out of my house to farm near 

LaPayette. 

Lysebeth went home from hear after a stay of 3 weeks this April 

the 13, 1932. 

Mr, Eles moved in the Clark House April the 13, 1932 to pay 8 a 

month - 

The pig Handa got at Mr. Tates got hert and died the 28, 1932, an 

the other pig died, few days later. 

Mr. Eles moved to Chickamauga to day May 11, 1932. 

The swimming Pool opend to day at the Lake Sunday the 8, 1932 of 

May . 

Mr. Baker hear on the way to move a tent to Rome to begin a radio 

revival so sed a preacher from Lakeview whis May 15th. 1932. 

The Dunking crowd beat Howard in the school for this year for • 

1933. 

The kidnaped the Lrnberg Baby March the 8, 1932 an found it May 

the first near home by a negro, all decade. The hair on its head 

had sliped so it was hard to reconize. 

Walter moved the Heggie Bees up hear May the 10 to look after for 

them. 

Handa planted the corne at the barn to day May the 14, 1932. 

Aresiploeons come on my face May the 16, 1932. Dr. Murphy is the 

Doctor for the case. 

May the 19, some one stoled Malicots chickens. 

Aaron Norman was thrown from a motor side an have a broken leg 

May 20,1932. ' 

I have aresepealous on my face on one side to day the 20.'' 

Essie come May the 21 and stade a while and for the week, 1932. 

They tuck the Standard pumps out for Mr. Day Hay the 25, 1932 and 

put in the Panamana gase in for him. 

Essie went home Friday the 27 late, 1932. 

It has bin raining this week this May. 

We went to a home coming day in the Pocket June the 5, 1932, 

L.P.V. 

June, 1932 we went to see Graney Bailey Sunday the 1 9 an found 

them all o.k. 

1932 'Macky moved from Dunkin house to the Lamb house the 20, 

June, it is a hot day hear. 

Gwindoline went home with her Aunt Lenorthay to stay a few days 

the 24 of June, 1932. 

July the 1 , some boddy stole John Tates trayler from his yarde 

about 4 in morn, 

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We was at Avers on the fourth of July ,1932, it was a raney day. 

John bought some goats on July the 4th 1932 down at home an left 

them down at Mr, Tates. 

John found his cart that was stole July the 6, 1932 at a negros 

house name Green. 

July the 8, Carrie an Carraer went to Essies and stade all night. 

July the 8, Lewis was hear for the night . 

They tuck the fone out July the S, 1932. 

There was two cars recked up here at the store July the 12 and a 

girle got hert with glass cuts. 

July we went to Harlans to get burrys the 14. 

Heat today 94 this the 15 of July, 1932. 

July the 14, 1932 Dennes and family was hear and Gwindolene went 

home with them for a week. 

We went to. Essies to see her baby who was sick an got a pig and 

it got hot an died July the 18, 1932. 

On the 18, I coulden't walk on my foot with rehumtism, it hert 

all day. 

Mary Bailey, Wess Baileys girl Fas married July the 21, 1932- • 

It rane to day the 23, a good rane. 

July,26, 1932 me an S.E. went to Everett Springs an come home the 

1 of August, 

Mr. Day put in more shelves in the store Aug. the 8, 1932. 

Evin an Elenor is here this week to stay. 

Lewis is here this week part of the time. 

We all went to Arraercha to a singing and Gwindolene stade the 

week end August the 14, 1932. 

Aves & Ruth is hear for a few days the 22. 

The meeting at Ne.wrian Spring this week at night, good singing, 

good week, Aug. the 22. 

1932 Aug. the 28 we went to the White reunion and found some 

singers their from Chattanooga -They an Mr. Dave Shahand announced 

to go to Freeman Springs next, i 

Mr. Day put up the sine post for the store. 

S.E. got some chickens at the Union the 28. 

1932 on Aug. the 30 they brought us a white pig . 

On the 31, Sunday, the sun was in clips at 2 o'clock, 1932. 

Sept. the 4, Lewis was caught driving a car while under the 

influence of whiskey an put in jale in Chattanooga on Sunday an 

stade all night. No one knew where he was til Monday and driving 

Jos car. 

Sept. the 5, 1932 Lewises bond cost for me is $21.50 cts yet to 

settle. 

We Went to see Skipers place in Sept. the 9 ,in the Red Belt 

section. 

We went to the Pocket Sept. the' 11, 1932 and come back the 16 

still^dry. 

1932y Sept. the 20 Rector went to see the Bell farm the rent was 

1/2 to 2 fifths rent it raned some that day. 

1932 On Sept. the 11 I paid $1.50 for to keep Lewis out of the 

work house so its hard luck, paid to Shamley and Smith. 

I herd that G, Tery died about the 27 of Sept. some time this 

week . 

Walt went to work on Mr. Mills house to day Oct. 29 to finish it. 

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Lewis moved October the 2 from Acworth. 

1932 Areosepleana come on me the 2 Oct. 

1932 Eula May went home with Lo to go to the hospittle in a fpw 

days this Oct. the 9 on Sun. 1932. , t 

Carrie got Lewis kids all shoes sat. the 8/ Oct, 1932. """ 

They red the light meeter Oct. the 23, 1932. 

Walter worked on Miss Wrists house Oct. the 14, 1932. 

John Tate killed his lamb the 26 of Oct- 1932. 

John brought a pig for Handy from his dads Sun. the 23, Oct 

1932. " ,. ' 

Essie an Mary stade hear goin to town to get her things for hou«;<= 

keeping Oct. 25, 1932, - "use 

Lewis had a boy at his owne Oct. 26, it was bornied Oct. the 25 

1932. ■ 

On the 28 of Oct. 2 houses burned one at Rossville and at the 

school house after noon. 

Eula May come back from the horsepittle Oct. the 31, 1932. 

Mrs.. Pullims girls fell from a horse at the post an was killed 

Nov. 1932. 

Eula May and the children an boys went to the pocket hunting, 

Thursday the 24, Nov.' 1932, 

Jo an Carrie an Carmer went to Essies on Thanksgiving day, 

Gwindoline went, 1932- - 

I had a bad spell with my leg Nove. the 24, 

Mr. Brutan come in for a few minnet Nov. the 25, 1932. 

Dec. the 1,D.r. Long.-coroe to see Jerry a sick baby of Lewis' 

today. 

Nov. 27, there was a lection at the school house an confusion, 

Dunkins win. 

Dec. the 2, 1932, Jerry is bad to day agane, no change. 

Dec. 4, 1932, children all sick hear to day. 

Dec, 5, pr. Long visit to day sed Jerry was serious ill today. 

Nov. the 27 was the first trip to see Jerry, paid $5. 

Dec, the 3, seame to be better today. 

Dec. the 7, Dr. Long was hear to day, sed the baby was better. 

Dec. the 9, 1932, some one broke in Mr. Days store and tuck to 

bacco an cigret and a few other things about $10 or 12 worth. 

Dec. 10 their was reck near Chamber street, no one hert .arest 

made by Coots. 

The 14 its raneing to day and raned 5 days on a strait, rivers 

rising it rained 50 years a go on the 14th. 

I've bin merried 50 years to day in 1882. 

1932 Dec. the 16 it snow and sleet to day an cold. 

They red the meator today the 13 Dec. 

On Dec, the 20 we bought 2 hogs down at Chickamauga, one weight a 

bout 300 lbs. for 417 dollars one for $5, $2r for the two hogs. 

1932 the 25 of Dec. we, I an S.E. had our Golden Weding day on 

the Dec. the 25 with all the kids present but Ava an her crowd 

and injoid the day with many gifts which was injoid so much. 

L.P. White a gift by J. Tate, Watch. 

A chane by H. White 

Gold by Carrie White $10. 

Shirt by Dennis White 

Gifts by Oceal White, socks 

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Essie Bailey, money 

Vea-try Turraan, money 

Other gifts not mensioned hear for Mrs. L.P. White was many 

gifts. 

One diment by one of her daughters an one gold pice by one of her 

daughters and other butiful gifts with love for which we gave 

thanks, the day was in joyed with thanks, 

Lewis an family moved to the hill in Walts house Dec. the 31, 

1932 from hear. 

Bigh waters to day 37 foot hear, 1932. 

On Dec. 31, 1932 Mr. Mades house burned down at night, most all 

he had in it so sed. 

Jan the 2 their a man here to fit glasses for the good woman of 

the house for $17.50. 

1933, Jan, the 5 ex president Coolidge died. Calvin Coolidge born 

1872 graduate from Coledge 1895 married 1905 and; gover 1919 and 

president Aug. 1923 to March 1929- 

Mrs. Pox and Avers Brown died Jan 6, 1933 so sed by others. 

Jan. the 4, 1933 some one tried to brake in Days store at night. 

On Jan the 7 at night some one tride to brake in to Days Store by 

boring in the dore an shaving off a piece, no entrance made. 

Jan. the 13 meater red for lights. 

S.E. an Veatry went to see her mother the 15 of Dec. 1933. 

Mr. Day put water in the Store Jan. the 17, 1933. 

1933 on Jan. the 27, a cold night and some one tride to brake in 
Mr. Days store at night. 

Jan. the 30, I bought a suit from the Spec man the Jew paid 

$15.00. 

1933 Jan. the 8, it is sed that Mr- Johnegan hit some one with an 

axe, they put him in jale.He is almost craysey a gane. 

We went to Essies Feb. the 4, 1933 to visit. 

Feb. the 5,1933 Lewis killed his hog. It weight 191 lb. 

Feb. the 8, 1933 it snowed hear in Rossville. 

1933 snow on the ground to day the 11, Feb. 

Feb. the 13, 1933 read the light meeter today, it is sleeting 

some today, snow on the ground now. 

President McKinley shot in 1901, 

Theodore Rosevelt wounded in 1912 in. Milwaukee. 

President D. Rosevelt was shot at Feb. 14, 1933 by Zangata, Mrs. 

Cross hit the hand if which stade the hand. 

In the Kington killing on the parke in Federal Cort in Rome, 

Feb., 1933. Smith and Boin were gave a life sentence. 

Feb. Jo an Carrie an Carmer went to Essies, Feb. the 18 to stav 

all night in, 1933. 

On Feb. the 20 the Pierless Wooling Mills went on strike and 

they shut down for a while, nothing doing, 1933. 

On the 25 of Feb. Mr. Adkins whiped his wife at night so sed, 

I J J J t.» 

Mr.^ Beaver is moveing to day March the 1, 1933, in Harbors house. 

On March the 4, 1933 Mr. Frankelin D. Rossevelt was sworne in his 

seat at the White house at 12 o'clock. 

March 3, 1933 John and Lola moved in out hear. 

1933 Archey moved out of the Lamb House the 3. 

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March 1933 President orders all Bankes to close for 12 days for 

purpose of some cined. 

1933. 

March the 10 their was earth quake in California at Long Beach 

killing scores total 137. { 

We went to Avers on the 26 to Birthday diner. 

April the 4, 1933 they put the light meater down on 'the out side ' 

of the house today. G.C, Dikes charged $10.50. i 

April 5, the boys went to Johns to saw wood, it raned till 9 in 

the morning. 

1933 April the 18 Harlan was hear to day with syrup to sell. ( 

April 22/1933 the light bill came marked $12. 97, .for one month. No 

way out but to pay or do without. 

April 24, Mr. Smith plowed the garden today. i 

Mom went to Lewises to day the 27, 1933, 

1933 we went to M.S. Baileys birth day diner April the 23. ' 

Rector moved up hear April 30, 1933, I think a bad move and < 

nothing to do. 

1933 May the 15, I went to the head of the Cave to a sawmill at a . 

cave with water ruhing out of it. 

On the 15 of May Pi Fi was missing at night. 

On the 18, Lola had the Doctor with her and went to bed a daye. 

1933 May Lqcus Year- 

May 21 Grandpaws Day at Nunon Springs, 

Fi Fi come in home Wednesday the 21, being gone 6 days. 

We went down to Denneses on the 28, 1933 and the Locuses was 

singing down there. 

On the 29 Lola had an nother bad spell. 

1933 May 30 Walt made a screen door for Lewis. 

John tuck Lo to the horsepittle May the 31 for a few days to be 

operated on. 

We went to Boss Bailey June the 4, 1933. 

June the 5, 1933 goin to bring Lo home from the horsepittle. 

May 1933 was Locus year. 

June the 13 & 14 its cold hear in Rossville. 

Handa planted Owens patch 13th of June in pototoes slips. 

June I was at Lewises the 20 and Eula May was having a bad ear 

ake. ! 

Rector and Handa went to town to see about a sawmill job the 12. 

June the 24, 1933 Joe Eaker S Carrie White was meried on negro 

day, Saturday. 

1933 June 27 we went to the Pocket to pick berries an it rained, 

we got back at darke. 

Aug. the 2, Eula May an kids is hear to day for dinner for some 

time . 

1933. July the 7 Lola begin house keeping to day for the first 

tiirie since being sick, 

19 33 July 11, Handa got a job to day. 

July Eula May is having a time with her ear riseon. 

July 14 two cars collided to gether at Dunkins store at 5 . 

Essie come July 18 for a few days stay. 

July the 12, 1933 Mr. Thomas Warnock died Wednesday the 12 near 

the Pocket. 

1933 Aug. 4, maw went to the reunion 4th Sunday in August. 

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On the 4 of Sept, Labors day we went to the perraid in 

Chattanooga, 

The Bob Jones Colage opened the 6 of Sept. in Cleavelen, Tenn, 

1933, 

We wento to the Pocket an got some chickens an eggs from Oceal an 

watters. 

The battle of Chickamauga was fought Sept. 1863 accordon to the 

speaker. 

On Christmas day all of our kids an all of their kids was hear, 

had a feast an a good time in 1934, 

On the 6th day of January the National Guardes come to Rossville 

to guards the hosery mills on strike, 1935. 

On Monday the left gone to Talmege agane. 

Rector at the Darry for Parke Wolling Mills, was fired from his 

job March, 1935, 

John Capehart went to the horsepittle for operation the 31 of 

March, 1935. 

1935 A revival begun in the Log Cabin, March the 31 by Mr, Gad 

the preacher. 

1935 April the 3, the old Heggy house burned, Wednesday morning. 

3 families occupid the house, nothing saved, 

1933 DEATHS 

Dncle Guss died some time so set in September/ about the 24, 

buried the first Sunday in October, not sure. 

Rowey Christols kid died Nove.the 19, 1933. 

April the 20, 19 33 Mr. Charles Freeman shot him self. 

Mr, Thomas War nek died July the 12, 1933, 

Ramon Rudolph, a preach of Christ, 

On Oct. the 22 we went to John Baileys found them all common 

well. 

We had a card from Mary saying Graney was sick with a cold the 

28, 1933, Oct. 

John and Lola went down to Mr. Tate for the nights stay this Oct. 

28, 1933. 

There is a singing in the Old Book Harmony at Essies the 29, I 

may go. 

We went to Graneys Sunday the 29 and to a singing at Essies, She 

had a cold. 

S.E. went to stay with her mother Nove, the 19- J.H.L, fell an 

hert his sholder on Sat. 19 of Nove. 1933. 

J,L. White an Harel fell from the house and hert them selves on 

Wed, 1933. 

The Ten Cts store of Wool worth on Market St. burned down Dec. 

the 10, 1933. 

On Dec. the 17, 1933 some one stoled Handys car in Chattanooga at 

night at church. 

On the 20 he found it in a grauge. 

On- the 29 of Dec. John an Lo started to Floreday to see Earnest 

Tate who is to go though an operation. Its rainey today. They got 

back the 9 of Jan. 1934 an found it some colder hear, 

1934 

Jan the 31 and Feb. the 1 was a cold time for this year. 

The coldest time in 2 years, pipes frose in sink of zero. 
Feb. the" 1 it snowd cold for 3 days. 

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Feb. the 9 it snowed for second time. ^ 

Feb. the 14,1934 I made the deed to Harlan for the land Lot no. 

23 in the Pocket 140 acres of land to have as his own. L.P.W. -g 

which he paid me for. " 

Feb. the 24 a thunder shower today and cold rane. ^ 
Mar. the 4 on Sunday Bill Bailey hit by a auto and badley hert. 
On the same night a boy was.jiocked down. 



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On the 3 Mom went to her mother an stade a few days. 



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Monday night Handy went to work in March. 

Satturday the 10, Lewis was caught drunk in Chattanooga, Fine $10 

bound ovet to Courts. ■ ., W 

1934 April the 21 their was a large frost to hert. ^ 

In May 1934 at Lakeview High Gwindoline Truman graduated. ~ 

Dr. Shelton came to S.E. Sept. 23, 1934 and treated her legs ^ 

charge $3. m^ 

The grate President of Jurraany or leader died Aug. the 2, 1934, ^ 

leaving a disturbance. W 

We, S.E. & L.P. went to Everett Springs on the 4th Sunday in ^ 

July, 1934. . ^ 

Going to the home cumin today Aug. the 1 Sunday agane. ^ 

1934 went to Essies the second Sunday, ^ 

1934 Carrie bought a washing machine a month ago. ^ 

Aug. Handa got a fridgator the first of the month- ^ 

Earnest Tate and wife is hear now for a few days with John and Lo ^ 

this August the 20, 1934. ^ 

We went to the Pocket the 20 of Jan, 1935. ^ 

Oct. the 14, 1933 Saturday, Handy plowed up the taters at Owens ^ 

and sowd salet seed. Its faire an dry to day an cool at night on ^ 

the 12, cold an dry frost at night. # 

Lewises children had measels in March 1934 evre last one of them. ^ 

June, 1934 Dr. Shelly come to momey the 23 an 25 for her legs ^ 

charged $3 each time. 1^ 

1934 on May the 28, Mrs, Elzir-e Dionne gave birth to 5 babys. She ^ 
was a Cannadiean, so the paper stated. ^ 
The textile strike began the first of Sept. 1934 an lasted days, # 
still on the 20 settled in Oct. sometime. g^ 

1935 Joe had his tonsils removed Sat. the 19, Jan. they bled a ~ 
lot. f # 
21 , Joe still sore today, g^ 
Lewis have a new girl to come to his house Feb, the 25, 1935. ^ 
Feb. the 12, 1935 the fifth aneversarie of the revival an the ^ 
city election on TVA power on Chickeymaugia Dam. It snowed- today , ^ 
now 2 o'clock- ^ 

■ DEATHS ^ 

Saturday March the 17, 1934 Mrs. M.C. Bailey died about 7 or 8 . ^ 
o'clock in the morning. 

Jerry Taine White died March the 26, 1934 about 12-15 minutes ^ 

after. Burried on Monday a cloudy day. ^ 

Old Grandady Hefner died Dec. the 28, 1855. ^ 

John Harmon died April the 17, 1887. # 

Rebecker Harmon died Aug. the 29, 1899. ^ 

Grandady John Hefner, died March the 29, 1905. ^ 

Graney Hefner died Sept. the 29, 19 08. # 

P.G. White died May the 24, 1912. ^ 

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Aunt Molly White died June the 18, 1910- 

Polley White died Hay the 17, 1912. 

A. P. White died Sept, the 24, 1933. 

Mrs. Capeheart died Feb. the 27, 1935. 

John White died sometime Jan or Feb, 1935. 

August the 16, 1935 it sed Will Rodgers was dead, kild in a 

plain. 

Clark Stancell was killed by a crush in a carr on the 17 of Aug. 

1935, 

Stanfield moved from the Dunkins house July the 14, 1935. 

Mario moved from Harbor house the 15. 

John Calvin home thursday the 24 of July, 1935, his foot strate. 

Mrs. Dicke.rfc put the last plaster on my head the.. 24 of July, 

1935, the charges $35 paid. 

August 4, 1935 at the home coming Jessie Kinsey speaker. Isiah 

the 4 and first verse then no. 1 for a modle text. 

On Sept, the 8, 1935 Huey Long was shot, seniter. Long died in 

Luseuna. 

Mr. W.A. Wood of Rossville, GA killed in a crush in a carr near 

Boyington, Sept. the 21, 1935. 

Jan the 28,1917, S.E. White tuck measles, 

Ave the 30th, 

Lewis, Feb. 1 . 

Handa the 3 

Carrey the 12 

Lo the 14 of Feb. 

Oct. the 17, 1935, I began to get horse late in evening, stade 

horse for a time. 

Oct. the 28, 1935 Baker moved in the Dunkin house the second 

time. 

Meater red March the 13, 1933, wires not rite. 

Meater April the 13 red today. 

May 13 meeter red for lights. 

June 14 meater red $1-94 cts. . 

In 1933 the numbers of ^Presidents is 32- 

Roosevelt is 32th President and 31 person, 

Clevlin had it 2 turnes, 

McKinley had it in 1897 turne, 

RECEIPTS 
A formula for swolon limbs or dropsey: ' 

Take Chamomile flowers in a cup of boiling water. 
Drink cold 3 times a day. 

2. Rhumatism; Poke burys spoonfull in a cup of boiling water. A 
swallow 3 times a day, 

3. Constapation: Take senna leaves spoon full of damson 

leaves* spoonfull of licorice root put in a cup of hot water, drink 
at bed time. 

4. Asthma: wild plum bark for asthma drink in tea. 

5. For falling hair: hand full of peach tree leaves steeped, rub 
the skalp thru. 

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6. Blood pressure: Take mistletoe- tea, a good remedy to use |?F 
gradule. mg. 

7. Sheave grass a ounce in cup of boiling water drink cold ^ 
through the day. g^r 

8. Measles- hot tea of elder burys flowers is good. IP 

9. Cataracts- take honey strained from cone with eye dropper, 

drop in eye. ^ 

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10 Serafula- make tea of raurdock roots, drink several times day. 

1 1 . For snake bites take soda and disolve it in carroseen oil and ^ 

apply it to bite at once. ^ 












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ENTRIES IN THE FOWLER CHAPEL METHODIST PROTESTANT 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
BY: L.P. WHITE, CLASS LEADER 



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Fowler's Chapel Church was in the "Pocket" Coramunity near 
Villanow, Georgia^ All names and wordings are written just as 
they were written in the Class Book by L.P. White, Class Leader. 

Page, 2 
1887 ■ Pilcher, T,J., son of Samuel, joined the M.P. Church at 

Powler's Chappie Aug, the 13,1887, 

1887 Davis, J,N. Son of Adm Davis joined the church at 

Fowlers Chap» Aug. the 13,1887. 

Marthy Davis, daughter of John Davis, join M.P. church 
at this place some time later. 

Martha Davis the Daughtar of John an now the wife of 
Surrat. 

Page 3. 

Pilcher, T.J. Droped May the 2, 1895. 

^ Davis, J*N. Son of Adm withdrawed from this church 
August the 4, 1894, 

Martha Surrat droped. . 

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Page 4 . 
1900 Bro. J. Bailey departed this life. 

1903 Jane Bailey departed this life 

Jane Bailey wife of J. bailey, daughter of Elijah 
Stan eel and Jinney. 

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Betsey An Bailey, Daughter of J. Bailey droped, 

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1907 August the 19,1907 Letta Bailey joind the M.P. Church 

at Fowlers Chapel, Daughter of J.C, Bailey, June the 28, 
19 08 received baptism by W.N. Kinsey. 

Page 5 . 
.George W, Bailey, Class Leader 
M.S. Bailey, wife of G-W. Bailey 

S.E. Bailey, daughter of G.W. & M.S. Bailey, daughter of 
John Hefner and now the wife of G,W. Bailey. 
-■ S.E. Bailey daughter of G.W. Bailey and now the wife of 
L.P. White. 

Martha Bailey, sister of G,W* Bailey and now the wife of 
Cam Phillips, 

1907 June the 15, Father G,W, Bailey departed this life at 

9 o*c?lock p.m. 

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Nancy Bailey, daughter of Thos Bailey droped. 

John L. Bailey joined August 4th, 1884, son of G.W. 
Bailey. 

J.L. Bailey and wife joined at Shiloah Aug. 19 06 as a 
withdraw from this church. 

James Calvin Bailey, son of G.W. Bailey, joined the 
church (Methodist Protestant) at Fowlers Chappel, Auq, 
4th. 1884. i-f / y 

19 09 March the 28, Einmer Letta Bailey departed this life 
L.P.W. C.L. 



1901 
1909 

1906 



Page 6 
August the; 4th. Mary Bailey the daughter of John L. and 
Edna J. Bailey joined the M.P, Church at Fowlers Chapel. 

Sept, the 5th, Ethel Bailey, daughter of JHL Bailey 
joined the M.P. Church at Fowlers Chapel. 

Page 7 
Mary Bailey, the daughter of J.L. and Edna J. Bailey 
an now the wife of Frank Adkins joined the M.E. Church 
at Concord in August. 

Page 8 

Benjamin F. Hefner withdrawed. 

-=!^ Mitta Hefner daughter of sister Jenetta Harmon and now 
the wife of Thos Hefner. 

4^ Jennetta Harmon dead, 

Sarah Hefner, daughter of Mrs. Mary Fitchpatrick and is 
now the wife of George Hefner, ' 

1883 August, Josephine Fowler, daughter of Thos. Hefner and 
now the wife of Lanis Fowler. 

1884 August 4th. Carrie Hefner joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chappel. She is daughter of Thomas Hefner. 
Carrie Holesomback, daughter of Thomas Hefner now the 

y wife of Edna Holesomback. 

Page 9 
Aug. 21, 1874 Mitto Hefner withdrawed. 

Aug. 8, 19 02, Jenetta Harmon departed this life, being a member 
an sister of the church for years. 

Nov- 18, 1920, Sarah Hefner departed this life. 

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Aug. 21, 1894, Josephine Fowler withdrawed, 

August 29,1894/ Carrie Holesomback withdrawed. 

Page 10 
Aug. 9, 1900 Sister Arazona Fowler joined M.P. Church at Fowler 
Chappel. She is the daughter of Bro. D.C. & sister 
Matilda Fowler. 

July 7,1901, Sister Arrazona Fowler, the daughter of Bro. D.C. 
and Matilda Fowler an today become the wife of Willy 
Bolt. 

Page 1 1 
Sister I. P. Fowler and D.C. Fowler son of sister I. P. 
• Fowler. 

19 02 Sister I. P.. Fowler withdrawed. 

Aug. 25,1894, Louis Fowler and wife withdrawed. They have gone 
on a mishion. 

Sara Word, daughter of sister I. P. Fowler withdrawed. 

Matilda Fowler is the daughter of Jennetta Harmon and 
now the wife of Bro. D.C. Fowler. 

192 Del Fowler died. 

Aug. 9, 1894, May Fowler the daughter of Bro. D.C. an Matilda 
Fowler joined the M.P, Church at Fowlers Chapel. 

1898, Dec. 18. Sister May Fowler daughter of Bro. D.C, and 

Matilda Fowler now the wife of William Warnock, son of 
J.M. Sermonia the 28, 1898. 

Sept. 5, 1909, Sister May Warnock withdraw by letter. Tto. Kinsey 
Pastor. L.P. C.L. ' 

PAGE 12 

1887 John Harman the son of Jenettia Barman joined the M.P. 
Church at Fowlers Chappie March the 6,1887. 

1899 April the 9, James Tudar son of Bro. G.Y. Tudor joined 
the M.P. Church at Fowlers Chappel, April the 9, 1899. 

PAGE 13 
1887' John Harmon deseast an departed this life, April the 17- 

Becky Harmon wife of John Harmon departed this life 
August the 29,1899, member of no church. L.P.W. C.L. 

PAGE 14 

1892 June the 5, 1892, G.W. Kinseys name was erased from this 
book by request and threw the Conference of the Church, 

June 1892. 

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1893 August the . 1 6 , W. P. White son of J.M. White joined the 
M.P. Church at Fowlers Chappie. r^v^t 

1893 August 16, Frankling White, son of P.G. White joined the 
M.P, Church as Fowlers Chapel, 

19 00 August the 9, G.W, Kinsey was reclaimed at Fowlers 
Chappel. 

1900 August the 18, Arzenia Kinsey joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chapel. She is the wife of G.W,'' Kinsey. 

PAGE 15 
1904 W.F. White withdrawed assind to M.P. Church in 1904, 

1894 Sept. the 2, Frank White, son of P.G, name transferred 
to Mount Pleasant Church, the same. 

PAGE 16 
Joseph Tate and Lousanna, wife of Joseph Tate belong to 
M.P. Church, 

1876 George Turman joined Sept. 7th, 1876 - With Drawn. 

1883 August, Newton Tate, son of Joseph Tate joined the 
Church at Fowlers Chapel, August 11, 1883. 

1887 M.J, Tate, son of Fayet joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chappie August the 11,1887- Droped. 

PAGE 17 
1894 June the 3, Lousanna Tate departed this life after being 
a member of the M.P. Church years, Dide in a living 
faith, 

Newton Tate with drawed. 

1888 M.J. Tate droped. 

PAGE 18 
D.W. Stancel with drawed ^ 

Jinny Stancel 

1883 Tho's Stancel - Name taken off by request 

Laynie Stancel wife of Thomas erased - request 

PAGE 19 
Jinney Stancel died after being a member of the Church 
^, '' some 40 years. 
-. ' . PAGE 20 

1882 Walt Brooks an wife joined the Church Aug. the 18,1882. 

1882 Beckey J. Brooks daughter of Jordan Bailey, now the wife 

of Walt Brooks, joined the M.P. church at Fowlers 
Chapel . 

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PAGE 21 
Walt Brooks an wife droped. 

1928 Beckey Brooks died Dec. 

PAGE 22 
1883 Aug. J.J. Turman 

Aug. Polley Turman, wife of J.J. Turman 
Aug. Harrison Turman/ son of J.J. Turman 
Aug. White Turman, son, of J.J. Turman. 

1886 Benjamin Turman joined the M.P. Church at Fowlers 
Chappel . 

Lucy Turman, wife of Benjamin joined at the same time. 

PAGE 23 

1887 Henry J. Arnel joined the Church at Fowlers Chappel 
Aug . the 11. 

Harrison Turman, son of J.J. Turman, withdrawn or 
droped. 

Bro. J.J. Turman departed this life April the 24,1903. 

Sister Polley Turman departed this life June the 
29, 1913. 

PAGE 24. 
1887 •*■ Preyar - Nancy lolder, daughter of Nancy Preyar joined 
the H.P. Church at Fowlers Chapel August the 9, 1887. 

1893 June the 4, Nancey lolar daughter of Nancy Preyar, now 
the wife of William Herst. 

PAGE 25. r 

1904 ^August the 15 Sister Nancey lolar herst departed this 
life in good faith being a member of this Church 17 
years and 6 days. 

PAGE 26 

1894 June the 1, Brother Cornelius Kinsey joined the M.P. 
Church at Fowlers Chappel. 

1894 Sister Mary Williams joined the M.P. Church at Fowlers 
, Chapel. She is the daughter of Cornelious Kinsey and 
-■ now the widow of James Williams. 

1894 Sister Caroline Kinsey, daughter of Bro. Cornelious 

joined the M.P. Church at Fowlers Chapel, Sept. the 2. 

1899 Sister Mazoria Williams joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chapel. She is the daughter of sister Mary 
Williams. Sept. the 30. 

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1899 Bro. Robert Luther Williams joined the H.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chapel. He is the son of Sister Mary Williams. 
Sept. the 30, 

PAGE 27 

1904 May the 27, Brother Roland Cornelias Kinsey departed this 
life being a member 7 months. Funeral held by L.P. 
White. Scripture lesson 1 4 of John 2 verce. 

1897 Aug. the 29, Sister Caroline Kinsey moved her member 
ship from Fowlers Chappell to Mount Pleasant, or 
transfered, L.P. C.L. 

1905 Sister Missouri Williams joind the Evengiless Church. 

1905 Bro. Robert Williams with drawed 

1906 Sister Mary Williams with drawed. 

PAGE 28 

1907 Aug. the 19, Essie White joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chapel, being a daughter of L.P. White and 
S.E. White, baptised June the 28, 1908- 

PAGE 30 

18 Jane Miller, daughter of Perthany Miller and Pinkney 

Miller joined the Church. Matild Miller joined the 

Church. 

Pinkney Miller droped. 

PAGE 31 
1882 Jane Miller died August the 10,1882 

1891 Matilda Miller died Oct. the 2, the wife of Pink and 
daughter of Sam Akin. 

Perthany Miller died 

PAGE 32 
1894 Mary Cudd joined the M,P. Church Aug. the 4th ai; Fowler 
Chapel. She is the daughter of Maryan and Thomas Bailey, 
an now the wife of Thomas Cudd. 

PAGE 33 
1914 Mary Cudd died Aug. the 28,1915, a member of the M-P. 
Church- L.P. White. 

PAGE 50 

1896 Aug. the 5, Sister Milley Rodgers wife of Henry joined 
^.^ the M.P. Church at Fowlers Chapel. 

1897 Bro. Henry Rodgers joined the M.P- Church at Fowlers 
Chapel , Aug . the 5 . 

PAGE 51 

1900 April 1, Brother Henry Rodgers and wife withdrawn by ^ 
letter in good standing. L.P-W. C.L. M 

PAGE 70 ^ 

1887 Jasper N. Warnock ^ 

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Martha Warnock, wife of J.N. Warnock and daughter of 
Vba. White. 

1885 Fanny Warnock joined the church at Fowlers Chapel Aug. 
7. She is daughter of Jasper Warnock. 

1886 Aug. 4, Thomas Warnock joined the church, M.P. at 
Fowlera Chappel. 

Aug. 4, Dora Warnock, wife of Thomas joined at the Scime 
time, withdrawed later. 

1887 Oct. 5, Mealy Warnock, daughter of Bro. Jasper joined 
M.P. Church at Fowler Chapel. 

,1900 Aug. 9, Sister Violar Warnock, daughter of Bro. Jasper 
and sister Martha Warnock joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowler Chappel. 

1896 Aug. 5, Sister Esey Warnock joined the M.P. Church at 
Fowlers Chapel. She is the daughter of Jasper. 

PAGE 71 
1903 Feb. 1, Bo, Jasper Warnock departed this life being a 
member some time. 

1892 July 4, Sister Faney Warnock the daughter of Bro. J.N. 
and Sister Warnock an now the wife of Bro Ruthe Barton. 
She withdrawn by letter. 

19 02 Oct. 2, Mealey Warnock the daughter of Jasper Warnock an 
to day became the wife of Bro. J.C, Bailey. 

1901 Aug. 27, Violar Warnock the daughter of Bro, J and 

sister Matie and now the wife of Johney Fowler, son of 
D.C. Fowler, weded Aug. the 25. 

1892 July 2, Sister Doria Warnock wife of Thomas Warnock 
withdrawn. j. 

1897 Sister Esey Warnock the daughter of Bro Jasper and 
sister Warnock an now the wife of Edna Tudar, the 
seremona was announced the 14th. of Sept. 

PAGE 72 
19 04 May 9, Sister Mealy Bailey the wife of J.C. Bailey an 
the daughter of Bro- J. and sister Matie. Warnock 
departed this life being a member of the church for 
sixteen years, age 34 years 15 days. 

19 04 May 3, Minnie Lue Warnock, daughter of J.N. and Mattie 
departed this life a member. 

1913 April 4., Mrs. Martha Warnock departed this life this 
April the 4, 1913. L.P. W. 

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PAGE 78 
J.N. White, son of Wni. White, Trustee withdrawd. 
Ella J. White, wife of J.N. White is the daughter of 
sister I. P. Fowler, withdrawd. 

Sister D is the daughter of Sister Jennetta Barman and 
is now the wife of Augustus White, droped. 

PAGE 80 
1882 Transfered from Bethel Church to this Church 

Bro. J.E. White, Sister Jennette White, L.P. White, 

Bro. J.B. White, 1st Sabboth in June. 

Frank H, White joined the church at this place. 

Sister M.C. White transfered the same time her parents 

and brothers were. 

Sister Edny J. White daughter of J.E. and Jennette White 

and who is now the wife of John H.L. Bailey was 

transfered the same time as her parents, brothers and 

sister. 

J. E, White is Trustee 

1882 Sister Marthe E. White joined the church August the 9. 

1889 '^ Aug. Plorance White joind the M.P. Church at Fowlers 

Chapel. She is daughter of Nancy Puryer and now the wife 
of J.B. White. 

19 00 Aug. 7, Ada B. White the daughter of F.H. White joined 

M.P. Church at Fowlers Chapel. 

PAGE 81 
1905 Oct. 7/ The buriel service of Bro. J. Kinsey. Schripture 

the 2 of rev. The Song, Asleep in Jesus. 
1905 Oct. 5, Jennette White departed this life Oct. the 5, 

1905. My faithful Mother. Last word to me was, I no 

you are a good boy. L.P. W. 

1895 Dec. 22, M.C. Bailey the daughter of J.E, and M.B. White 
and now the wife of J.C, Bailey, deseast an depdrted 
this life Dec, the 17, 1895, about one o'clock in the 
a.m. being a member of the church about 15 years, 
leaving 4 brothers, 2 sisters, parents, 3 children with 
their father to morne the loss, L.P. White, C.L. 

19 06 Sister Martha E, White J.E. White hovt the wife of James 
Suggs . 

1910*' J.E. White departed this life March the 25, about half 
after eight p.m. 

F.H. White joind the Holeyness Church and droped from 
this church. 

1930 March 16, F.H. White departed this life at 8:27 p.m. 
L.P. White. 

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1903 Sept. 20/ Ada White the daughter of P.H. White an now 
the wife of Charles Tate. 

PAGE 82 
THIS LIFE DEPARTED 

1907 June 15, Bro. G.W. Bailey departed this life at 9 p.m. 

1904 Aug, 15, Nancy lolar Herst departed this life. 
1887 April 17, John Harinan departed life. 

1899 Aug. 29, Becky Harman departed this life. 

1905 Oct.5,f Jennette White departed this life. 
1895 Dec. 17, M.C. Bailey departed this life 

1910 March 25, J. E.- White departed this life-; 

1909 March 28, Eimner Letta Bailey departed this life. 

1904 May 19, Sister Mealey Bailey departed this life, 

1904 May 27, Bro, Rolan Kinsey departed this life. 

1903 Feb. 1, Bro. Jasper Warnock departed this life. 

1930 Mar. 16, Bro, Frank White departed this life, . 

1882 Aug- 10, Jane Miller departed this life 

1891 Oct. 2, Matilda Miller departed this life 

1915 Aug. 28, Mary Cudd departed this life, 

1894 June 3, Loweasean Tate departed this life. 

19 03 April 24, J.J. Turman departed this life. 

1913 June 29, Polly Turman departed this life. 

1913 April 5, Sister Mat Warnock departed this life. 

This Aug. 9, 1932, L.P. White C.L. now 77 years old. 

PAGE 83 
MERAGES FOR THE FAMILEY 

1911 Laveatray White and J.W. Turman was meried January the 
3, by John Grim, 

1913 Dennes White and Claria Black was meried December the 

25, by Culpeper. 
1920 Ava White an Rector Capehearte was meried September the 

19. 

1924 Harlan White and Oceale Chatraan (Chapman) was meried 
Aug. the 22. 

1925 Lewis M. White and Eula May (Eula Mae Chapman) wfas meried 
June the 28. 

1924 Wess Bailey and Essie White was meried Nov. the 2, 
1929 John Tate and Lola White was meried Sept. the 13. 

1933 Joe Eakers and Carrey White was merried June the 24. 

1934 Handy White and Lular Moselum {Moyers)was meried Nov. 
the 28. 

1882 L.P. White and S.E. Bailey was meried December the 14, 
18 82. We have bin meried 52 years and 321 days this 
3 day of Dec. 1934. 



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PLEASANT GROVE CHURCH 
ZONE, GEORGIA 

THIS IS A RECORD OP THE OFFICERS AND CLASSES OP 
PLEASANT GROVE CHORCH FOR THE YEARS 1905 THROUGH 1910 
LISTING TEACHES AND NAMES OF PERSONS IN EACH CLASS 

1905 



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NAMES OP OFISERS 

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SUPERNTENDENT 


J.H. 


PET ITT 


ASSISTANT 


B.N. 


TORMAN 


CHORISTER 


J,C. 


BAILEY 


SECY 


E.J. 


SMITH 


TEACHERS 






NO. 1 BIBLE CLASS ' 


P.L. 


TREADWAY 


NO. 2 


J «H4 


WRIGHT 


NO. 3 


BESSIE TREDWAY 


NO; 4 


J.B. 


WHITE 


NO: 5 


LAVETRA WHITE 



ROLL 



P.L. TREADWAY 
G.T. HARMON 
B.N. TURMAN 
OMA TREADWAY 
ANNIE TREADWAY 
LEILA FOWLER 
ELIAS SMITH 
J.M. WRIGHT 
J.C. BAILEY 
LOLA HEFNER 
IDA TREADWAY 
LUNORTHA TURMAN 
LETTY BAILEY 
WALTER TDRMAN 
MOLLIE WARNOCK 
VETRA .WHITE 
LULA, PDRYEAR 

CHARLEY TATE 
CHAS FOWLER 

JAY FOWLER 

OLA FOWLER 

BESSIE TREADWAY 

GEORGE HEFNER 

SAMUEL TATE 

JOHNIE HEFNER 

HARLAN WHITE 



ASST: C.S. FOWLER 
ASST: IDA TREDWAY 

ASST: MRS. SALLIE HARMON 



NUMBER ENROLLED 70 



ESSIE WHITE 
JOHN PETITT 
MOLLIE PDRYEAR 
GLIDE TURMAN 
HARVI WHITE 
PETTY PDRYEAil 
MRS. BAILEY 
D.C. FOWLER f 

J.H. PETITT 
L.P. WHITE 
S.E. WHITE 
S.W. PURYEAR 
JOHN WHITE 
ELFORD STANSELL 
GILFORD STANSELL 

KERBY WHITE 
LEONARD BAILEY 

FRANK FLOYD ' 
BERTY PETITT . 
AVA WHITE 
OLAR TATE 
ELLA FOWLER 
TELLA BAILEY 
LOLA WHITE 
MERTIS HEARST 
MAUDA HARMON 



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EFFIB PETITT 


ELA PURYEAR 


FANNIE FLOYD 


MYRTT.K WARNOCK 


DEWEY WHITE 


PINK PORYEAR 


MAY SMITH 


TINA WHITE 


DURY STANSELL 


LDLA STANSELL 


WIT,T.IE SMITH 


NALLA SMITH 


HANDY WHITE 


BENNIE PETITT 


I ONE PDRYEAR 


BEADFORD TURMAN 


JEPTHA TDRMAH 


PAULINE PETITT 


1905 




CLASS NO. 1 


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TEACHER: P.L. TREDWAY 




MEMBERS : 




B-N. TURMAN 




J.H. PETITT 


. 


E.J. SMITH 




D.H. FOWLER 




G.T. HARMON 




F,H, WHITE 




OMIE TREDWAY 




ANNIE TREDWAY 




EFFIT PETITT 




LELA FOWLER 




IDA TREDWAY 




BESSIE TREDWAY 




CLASS NO. 2 




TEACHER: J.M. WRIGHT ASST: C.S. FOWLER 





MEMBERS : 
J.C. BAILEY 
C.S. FOWLER 
J -P. HEFNER 
CHARLIE TATE 
LETTIE BAILEY 
LULA PDRYEAR 
MOLLIE WARNOCK 
LOUNORTHA TURMAN 
OLA FOWLER 
LULA HEFNER 
GEORGE FLOYD 



CHARLES FOWLER 
WALTER TURMAN 
ERNEST HOLSOMBACK 
GEORGIE HEFNER 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
CLEARENCE TREDWAY 
LAVETRA WHITE 
LONA HEFNER 
BRITON TURMAN 
LUCY HARMON 



TEACHER: BESSIE TREDWAY 

MEMBERS: 
MATILDA HEFNER • 
CLIDE TURMAN 
MOLLIE PURYEAR 
DENNIS WHITE 
HARLAN WHITE 
GEORGE HEFNER 
MYRTLE WARNOCK 
CALLIE DAVIS 



CLASS NO. 3 
ASST; IDA TREDWAY 



FANNIE FLOYD 
ESSIE WHITE 
HARVEY WHITE 
LEONARD . BAILEY 
MAUD IE HARMON 
SAMUEL TATE 
ROSA TATE 



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TEACHER; J.B. WHITE 

MEMBER: 
TELLA BAILEY 
LOLA WHITE 
BERTIE PETETT 
MINNIE FARROW 
MERTIS HERST 
GILFORD STANSELL 
BUFORD TURMAN 
DDRA STANSELL 
WILLIE DAVIS 



TEACHER: LAVETRA WHITE 



CLASS NO: 4 



AVA WHITE 
OLA TATE 
PRANK PLOYD 
ELLA PURYEAR 
ELLA FOWLER 
PERRY PURYEAR 
KIRBY WHITE ■ 
GUREL FOWLER 



CLASS NO: 5 
ASST. MRS. SALLIE HARMON 





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MEMBERS : 
PAULINE PETITT 
BENNIE PETITT 
DEWEY WHITE 
EMMA FARROW 
MAY SMITH 
MINNIE FLOYD 
NOLLIE SMITH 
ZONE PURYEAR 



PINK PURYEAR 
HANDA WHITE 
JEPTHA TURMAN 
TINA WHITE 
LULA STANSELL 
WILLIE SMITH 
GEORGE FOWLER 
LOUIS WHITE 

1906 



TEACHER: P.L. 



SDPERINTENDANT, J.H. PETITT 
ASSISTANT, L.P. WHITE 
CLASS NO; 1 
TREADWAY ASST: E.J. SMITH 



MEMBERS : 
B.N. TURMAN 
E.J. SMITH 
F.H. WHITE 
BESSIE TREADWAY 
M.S. BAILEY 
S.W. PURYEAR 
MARIE 0. HEFNER 

TEACHER: L.P. WHITE 



J.H. PETITT 
G.H. HARMON 
ANNIE TREADWAY 
IDA TREADWAY 
S.E. WHITE 
OMIE TREDWAY 

CLASS NO: 2 



ASST. J.F. HEFNER 



MEMBERS : 
J.C. BAILEY 
J.F, HEFNER 
LETTIE BAILEY 
LOONORTHA TURMAN 
WALTER TURMAN 
GEORGIE HEFNER 
LULA WARNOCK 
ERNEST HOLSOMBACK 
CHARLIE TATE 
LESTER CAROLL 

EFFIE PETITT 
FANNIE FLOYD 
RILLA CLEMONS 



L.P. WHITE 
LULA PURYEAR 
MOLLIE WARNOCK 
GEORGE FLOYD 
BRITON TURMAN 
LAVETRA WHITE 
LULA HEFNER 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
SAM TATE 
MATILDA HEFNER 

W.A. LOCKEBY 
ARBIE WARNOCK 
AIRE CHESTER 



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TEACHER; LULA HEFNER 



CLASS NO: 3 
AS5T: LOUNORTHA TURMAN 



MEMBERS : 
FANNIE FLOYD 
ESSIE WHITE 
MOLLIE PURYEAR 
LEONARD BAILEY 
GEORGE HEFNER 
HARLAN WHITE 
ROSA TATE 
ELFORD STANSELL 
PRANK FLOYD 



GLIDE TURMAN 
ANNIE SUGGS 
MYRTLE WARNOCK 
HARVEY WHITE 
DENNIS WHITE 
HADDIE HARMON 
CALLIE DAVIS 
KIRBY WHITE 
PERRY PURYEAR 



TEACHER: J.B. WHITE 



CLASS NO: 4 
ASST: LOLA PURYEAR 



MEMBERS : 
TELLA BAILEY 
LOLA WHITE 
BERTIE PETITT 
MINNIE FARROW 
MERTISE HERST 
PERRY PORYEAR 
PAULINE PETITT 
JEPTHA TURMAN 
JAMES TATE 
MINNIE FLOYD 



AVA WHITE 
OLA TATE 
WILLIE DAVIS 
ELLA PURYEAR 
GILFORD STANSELL 
BUPORD TURMAN 
•DURA STANSELL 
HANDA WHITE 
HENRY TATE 
DEWEY WHITE 





CLASS NO: 5 


TEACHER: BESSIE 


TREADWAY 


MEMBER: 


, 


PINK PURYEAR 


BENNIE PETITT 


NOT.LIE SMITH 


LOUIS WHITE 


EMMA. FARROW 


TINA WHITE 


MAY SMITH 


LULA STANCELL 


MINNIE FLOYD 


I ONE PURYEAR 


WILLIE SMITH 


JIM TATE 


GILE LOCKEBY 


. CLARA LOCKEBY. 


ROBERT FARROW 


CINTHA TATE 


OT.EARA WARNOCK 






FOR CHRISTMAS TREE 19 06 


G.W. HEFNER 


$1 .50 paid 


J.C. Bailey' 


2.00 


W.J. Turman 


1 .00 


Luthe'r War nock 


1 .00 


Dennis White 


1 .00 


George Hefner 


1.00 


Lettie Bailey 


1.00 


Lavetra White 


.50 


M.S. Bailey 


-50 


Telia Bailey 


.25 



61. 



Harlan White 




1.00 




Leonard Bailey 




1.00 




L.P. White 




4.00 




Britton 




1.00 




Mrs. Lucy Turman 




.50 




B.N. Turman 




1.00 




S.W. Puryear 




4.00 




G.H. Petitt 




2.00 




Guss Canon 




1 .00 




Ed Harmon 




1.00 




P.S. Tredway 




1.80 


.' 


Joner Talley 




.50 




Glide Turman 




.25 
28.80 


$23.43 paid 


Lounortha Turman 




.25 




Buford Turman 




.25 




yitral Turman 




1.00 




Don Harris 




1,05 




Charlie Harmon 




.50 






$32 .8E 


P all paid 




FOR 


THE YEAR 19 07 
CLASS NO: 1 


TEACHER:' L . P . . TEEADWAY 






MEMBERS : 








B.N. TURMAN 








J.H. PETITT 






, 


E.J. SMITH 








G.T, HARMON ' 








S.W. PURYEAR 




- 




M.S. BAILEY 










SUPT. J.H. 


PETITT 




ASST. L.P. 


WHITE 




NUMBER ON ROLL 67 






CLASS 


NO: 2 


TEACHER: LULA HEFNER 




ASST: 


LETTIE BAILEY 



e 

t 
f 
r 



MEMBERS : 
J.C. BAILEY 
LULA PURYEAR 
LOUNORTHA TURMAN 
LAVETRA WHITE 
DENNIS WHITE 
GEORGIK HEFNER 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
ANNIE SUGGS 
BESSIE TREDWAY 
EFFIE PETITT 
MRS. IDA BAILEY 



J.F. HEFNER 
LETTIE BAILEY 
MOLLIE WARNOCK 
WALTER TURMAN 
LULA WARNOCK 

LULA HEFNER 
LILLIE SUGGS 
ANNIE TREDWAY 
BRITON TURMAN 
ERNEST HOLSOMBACK 



62. 



IP 



TEACHER: MRS. LOLA HEFNER 



CLASS NO: 3 

ASST. LOUNORTHA TURMAN 



MEMBERS : 
GLIDE TURMAN 
MOLLIE PDRYEAR 
MADDIE HARMON 
HARLAN WHITE 
ELFORD STANSELL 
VITRXL TURMAN 



ESSIE WHITE 
MYRTLE WARNOCK 
LEONARD BAILEY 
PERRY PURYEAR 
GEORGE HEFNER 



TEACHER: BESSIE TREDWAY 

MEMBERS : 
TELLA BAILEY 
LOLA WHITE 
MERTISE HERST 
MINNIE FARROW 
GILFORD STANSELL 
HANDA WHITE 
PAULINE PETITT 



TEACHER; ANNIE TREDWAY 

MEMBERS ; 
PINK PURYEAR 
LOUIS WHITE 
WILLIE SMITH 
LULA STANSELL 
CYNTHA TATE 
OLERA WARNOCK 
BENNIE PETITT 



CLASS NO: 4 



AVA WHITE . 
ELLA PURYEAR 
BERTIE PETITT 
DURA STANSELL 
BUFORD TURMAN 
JEPTHA TURMAN 
OLA TATE 

CLASS NO: 5 



ZONE PURYEAR 
NOLLIE SMITH 
MAY SMITH 
EMA FARROW 
ROBERT FARROW 
FLORENCE PURYEAR 
MILTON PETITT 



1908 
DENNIS WHITSn CHOIRSTER 
LAVETRA WHITE: SECATERRY 

SUPERINTENDANT: L.P. WHITE 



TEACHER: B.N. TURMAN 



CLASS NO: 1 







MEMBERS : 


B, 


.M. 


McCOOL 




S. 


.E, 


WHITE 




M. 


.S. 


BAILEY 




J. 


-H. 


PETITT 




J, 


.C. 


SUGGS 




E. 


,J. 


SMITH 




GEORGE HARMON 




TEACHER: J.C. 


PAILEY 



MEMBERS : 
DENNIS WHITE 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
CLIDE TURMAN 



CLASS NO: 2 

ASST. LETTIE BAILEY 

WALTER TURMAN 
ESSIE WHITE 
LAVETRA WHITE 
63. 



MOLLIE PURYEAR 
LETTIE BAILEY 
BARLAN WHITE 
BRITTON TURMAN 
PERRY PURYEAR 
ARBIE WARNOCK 
ANNIE SDGGS 



TEACHER: L.P, WHITE 



EPFIE PETITT 
VITRAL TURMAN 
LEONARD BAILEY 
LULA HEFNER 
GEORGIE HEFNER 
GEORGE HEFNER 



CLASS NO: 3 

ASST. EFFIE PETITT 



MEMBERS : 
E STELLA BAILEY 
LOLA WHITE 
PAULINE PETITT 
GILFORD STANSELL 
BUFORD TURMAN 
HANDA WHITE 
ELLA PURYEAR 
MINNIE FARROW 
MAY SMITH 



AVA WHITE 
BERTIE PETITT 
DORA STANSELL 
CRAWFORD GREEN 
JEPTHA TURMAN 
PINK PURYEAR 
MERTICE HERST 
MAUDIE HARMON 



TEACHER: MISS LOUNARTHA 



CLASS NO: 4 
TURMAN 



MEMBERS : 
DEE HARMON 
SANT HARMON 
NOLLIE SMITH 
MYRTLE GREEN 
BENNIE PETITT 
MILTON PETITT 
BLANCHE YONES 



LOUIS WHITE 
WILLIE SMITH 
LULA STANSELL 
I ONE PURYEAR 
CARRIE WHITE 
INEZ YONES 
JANETTE YONES 



TEACHER: G.T. HARMON. 



FOR THE YEAR 19 09 

CLASS NO: 1 

ASST. B.N. TURMAN 



MEMBERS : 
B.N. TURMAN 
S.E. WHITE 
M.S. BAILEY 

J.H. PETITT 
E.J. SMITH 



TEACHER: J.C. BAILEY 



CLASS NO: 2 

ASST. LETTIE BAILEY 



MEMBERS : 
DENNIS WHITE 
LEONARD BAILEY 
LOUNORTHA TURMAN 
LAVETRA WHITE 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
EFFIE PETITT 
BRITTON TURMAN 
GEORGIA HEFNER 



WALTER TURMAN 
HARLAN WHITE 
GLIDE TURMAN 
LETTIE BAILEY 
GEORGE LEE HEFNER 
PERRY PURYEAR 
GUSS CANNON 

64. 



TEACHER: L.P. WHI-TE 



CLASS NO: 3 

ASST. EFFIE PETITT 



MEMBERS : 
AVA WHITE 
TELLA BAILEY 
PADLINE PETITT 
MYRTICE HERST 
BDFORD TURMAN 
CRAWFORD GREEN • 
MAUD IE BARMAN 



LOLA WHITE 
BERTIE PETITT 
ELLA PDRYEAR 
HANDA WHITE 
JEPTHA TURMAN 
PINK PURYEAR 
HAY SMITH 



TEACHER: ESSIE WHITE 



CLASS NO: 4 

ASST. GLIDE TURMAN 



MEMBERS : 
DEE HARMAN 
CARRIE WHITE 
WILLIE SMITH 
lONE PURYEAR 
BENNIE PETITT 



LOUIS WHITE 
SANT HARMON 
NOLLIE SMITH 
FLORENCE PURYEAR 
MILTON PETITT 



FOR THE YEAR 1910 
SUP. J.H. PETITT 
ASST. ELONE EVERETT 
SEC- LAVETRA WHITE 



CLASS NO: 1 



TEACHER: MR. E.J. SMITH 



MEMBERS : 
EFFIE PETITT 
ESSIE WHITE 
JOHN HEFNER 
GEORGE LEE HEFNER 
LAVETRA WHITE 
ELOM EVERETT 
CLYDE TURMAN 
SALLIE SMITH 
VITRAL TURMAN 
MR. LANCASTER 



MRS. LULA HEFNER 
DENNIS WHITE 
PERRY PURYEAR 
HARLAN WHITE 
LUTHER WARNOCK 
ULA EVERETT 
LOUNORTHA TURMAN 
WALTER TURMAN 
GEORGS CONNEY 
BRITTON TURMAN 



CLASS NO: 2 



TEACHER: MISS VERA EVERETT 

MEMBERS : 
ELLA PURYEAR 
MAY SMITH 
LOLA WHITE 
AVA WHITE 
TOM SMITH 
HANDA WHITE 



MYRTICE HERST 
PINK PURYEAR 
PAULINE PETITT 
BERTIE PETITT 
CRAWFORD GREEN 



TEACHER: ESSIE WHITE 

MEMBERS : 
I ONE PURYEAR 



CLASS NO: 3 



FLORENCE PURYEAR 
65. 



EILLIE SMITH NOLLIE SMITH 

VERNA SMITH DEE HARMON 

MILTON PETITT LEON PETITT 

SANT HARMON BENNIE PETITT 

LODIS WHITE CARRIE WHITE 

. CLASS NO: 4 
TEACHER; MR. JIM SMITH 

MEMBERS : 
J.J. PETITT 
B.N. TURMAN 
MRS. SUSIE STANSELL 
ELEVENS TATE 



66. 





I N D E 


X 


Ada (WhiteJ 


4,5 


Ader (Ada white) 


20 


Adington 


3 


Adkins, 


Aliber 


4 


Adkins, 


Eli^a 


4,9 


Adkins, 


Frank 


2,20,50 


Adkins , 


Lener 


14 


Adkins, 


Mr, 


43 


Adkins, 


Wunitor 


1,10,66 


Akin, Carle 


13,26 


Akins* 


J,E. 


2 


Akins^ 


Mary J . 


22 


Akinsr 


Old Kunt Sinda 


17 


Akin, S 


Jam 


54 


Alan, Mr, 


39 


Allin, 


Aunt PoLley 


I 


Alline 


(White) 


30 


AntoiPi 


James 


16 


Archey 




43 


Arnel, 


Henry J. 


53 


Arnell 


f Peg 


2 


Arnol, 


Mareon 


6,13 


Arpe, Bill 


10 


Aunt Susey 


25 


Austan 




2,5 


Ava (White) 


18,26,37,42 


Ave (Ava White) 


33,36,37,47 


Aver (Ava White) 


41,44 


Avis (White) 


38,39,41 


AyerS; 


Miss 


39 


Backshattles 


5, 


Bailey 


, Miss 


2 


Bailey 


, Mr. 


4 


Bailey 


, Mrs. 


58 


Bailey 


, Betsey Ann 


49 


Bailey 


, Bill 


16,46 


Bailey 


, Boss 


44 


Bailey 


, Calvin 


3,6,14,27 


Bailey 


, Carle 


2 


Bailey 


, E.J. (Edna Jane) 


17,33,36,50 


Bailey ; 


Edna 


3,8 


Bailey/ 


Essie 


43 


Bailey^ 


Estelle 


4,64 


Bailey, 


Ethel 


12,50 


Bailey, 


Exxie 


33 


Bailey^ 


G.W. (George Walker) 


8,14,57,49,50 


Bailey , 


George Bunion 


4 


Bailey, 


Granny 


40 


Bailey, 


Ida 


26r62 


Bailey, 


Bro. J, 


49 


Bailey, 


J.C, (James Calvin) 


2,3,6,7,21,49,56,58,59,60,61,62,63 


Bailey, 


J.H-L.(John Henry Lumpkin) 33 


Bailey, 


James Calvin 


50 


Bailey, 


James E* 


2,16 


Bailey, 


Jane 


1,10,49 


Bailey. 


Jim 


8,14 


Bailey, 


John 


1,2,3,4.5,6,8,12,17,18,21,3 6^37,45 

56 


Bailey, 


John L- 


50 


Bailey, 


Jordon 


3,52 


Bailey 


, Laney 


14,21 


Bailey 


, Lit 


17 


Bailey J 


, Leonard 


20,58,59,61,62,63,64 


Bailey, 


, Letta 


49,50,57 


Bailey 


, Letty 


11,58,59,60,61,62,63,64 


Bailey 


r M.C.- 


46,56,57 


Bailey^ 


r M.S. (Margaret Sephronia) 14,18,19,27,36,37,39,44,49,60. 






62,63,64 


Bailey, 


t Margaret Burnetta 


9 

1 


Bailey 


, Martha 


13,49 


Bailey 


, Mary 


2,7,41,50 


Bailey 


, Mary Ann 


2,54 


Bailey 


, Mealey 


57 


Bailey 


, Nancy 


50 


Bailey 


, Mrs. Permelia 


10 


Bailey 


, S-E. (Susan Elizabeth) 49 , 57 


Bailev 


, Susey 


2 


Bailey 


r Tall (Talmer) 


32 


Bailey 


, Telia (Estelle) 


58,60,61,63,65 



50 



61 



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Bailey, Thomas 


9,36,39,50,54 




Bailey, Wess 


36,41,57 




Bailey, Zaclc 


22 




Baker 


4Q,47 




Bain, Andrew 


12 




Bain, Miss Bessie 


14 


• 


Bain, Jud 


16 




Bains, Martha 


10 




Barber (Barbara Hefner) 


13,14,16,21,23, 


,2 


Barnet, Bunn 


26 




Barnet, Carl 


31 




Barnet, Leo 


30 




Barnet, Oscar 


20 




Barnett, Dug 


7 




Barnett, Lawn 


12 




Barrett, Miss 


18 




Barrant, Miss Netta 


18 




Bart (Warnock) 


2 




Bartain, Old Man Billey 


16 




Bartain, W.M. 


17 




Barton, Bob 


30 




Barton, Dock 


26 




Barton, Mrs. Pannie 


22 




Barton, George 


20 




Barton, Jane 


20 




Barton, John 


2 




Barton, Mrs. John 


16 




Barton, Ruthe 


55 




Barton, Will 


33 




Beat (Beatrice) 


7,25,31 




Beaver, Mr, 


43 




Bell, Miss 


26 




Bell, Mr. 


7 




Betty 


5,B 




Bivens, Cornelius 


2 




Black 


36 




Black, Arthor 


16 




Black, Betty 


29 




Black, Chester 


11,12 




Black, Clara 


57 




Black, Johnny 


32 ■ 




Black, Wash 


22,29 




Blasengaxnes, John 


11,13 




Blevins 


10 




Bogar, Faney 


22 




Boin 


43 




Boln, Mr. 


2fi 




Boin, Andrew 


22 




Boings , Martha 


33 




Bolt, Cleve 


27 




Bolt, Eunace 


11 




Bolt, John 


31 




Bolt, Lizzie 


17 




Bolt, Will 


14 




Soman, Jessie 


14 




Boman , Mr , 


32 




Boinen, Nelly 


20 




Boney (Bonnie Bailey) 


28 




Boss (Bailey) 


28 




Brannon 


38 




Bray 


5,16 




Bray, Florence 


E 




Bray, Jack 


9 




Bray, Jes 


14 




Bray, Jib 


•'.9 




Bri'dges 


31 




Bridges, Bill 


12 




Bridges , Reverant 


27 




Brock 


3,5 




Brock, Old Mr. 


20 




Brooks, Becky J. 


52,53 




Brooks, Walt 


52,53 




Broome, Bose 


21 




Brothers, Jim 


a 




Brothers, Jr. 


7 




Brothers, Molley 


7 





Brown, Avers 


43 




Brown, Hable- 


16 




Brutan, Mr. 


42 




Bunn (Bailey) 


4,5,27 




Burch, Hiss 


7 




Surges, Mrs. 


11 




Burgess, Jr. 


T 




Burnes ' 


14 




Burnes, Mrs. James 


33 




Burnet, Dr. 


27 




Burnetta (white) 


5,6,8 




Burty 


S 




CagLe, Dr. 


16 




Caiwell, O.C. 


18 




Camp, Dura 


31 




Camp, Will 


23 




Caney.Old Man 


17 




Canon, Guss 


62,64 




Cantrel, Thorn 


3 




Capehart, Ave 


33 




Capahart , John 


45 




Capehart, Mrs. 


47 




Capehart, Rector 


57 




Capelin, Bud 


19 




Capelin, Mr. 


17 




Carmer (Carina Crowder) 


41,42,43 




Caroll, Lester 


60 




Cartel, John 


10 




Carrie (White) 


14,23,25,27,18,36,38,39,41,4 2,4 3,4 6,4 7 


Carrile, Lew 


10 




Carter 


3 




Carter, Flemin' 


16 




Carney, Henry 


38 




Casey, Miss 


27 




Casbn 


5 




Catherine 


30 




Cavenda 


6 




Cavander, Joseph 


30 




Cavender, Mrs. Joseph 


17 




Chambers, B. 


37,38 




Chapman, Eula Mae. 


57 




Chapman, Oceale 


34,57 




Chapmans 


39 




CheeJt, Mrs. 


39 




Cherry, Mr. 


39 




Chester, Aire 


60 




Childers, John 


31 




China, Professor 


11 




Christian, John 


33 




Christian, Roy 


39 




Christols, Rowey 


45 




ClarJc, Joseph 


15 




Clark, Mr. 


17. 




Clark, Will 


17 




Clarke, Miss 


30 


/ 


Clonsnts , Mrs . Amanda 


17 




Clements, M.G. 


9 




Clements, Dolphus 


17 




Clements, Miss Emer 


23 




Clements, Mrs, James 


22 




Clements, Juel 


34 




Clements , Mac 


17 




Clements , Mrs . Mar)c 


22 




Clements, Oliver 


25,27,29,30 


' 


Cleratiits , Osker 


22,25,27,29,31 




Clements , Purle 


23 




Clements, Riler 


12,60 




Clements, Saley 


23 




Clements, Mrs, Shug 


22 




Clements, Thomas 


31,33 




Clements , Wat 


10 




Cleveland 


29,47 




Coney, Miss 


23 




Conley, Mrs. 


39 




Conney 


1 




Conney, George 


65 





Coolidge, Calvin 43 

Cora (White) 33 

Corney, Henry 15 

Coulley, Bess'ie 12 

Cox, Phill 17,20 

Crag 6 

Cross, Mrs. 43 

Cudd, Bob 12 

Cudd, Carter 9 

Cudd, Hary 20,54,57 

Cudd, Thomas 21,54 

Culpepper 13 

Culpepper, John 6 

Culpepper, Hiss Luder 26 

Culpepper, Lula 16 

Culpepper, Mrs. H 

Cullpepper, Rev. 25 
Culpepper, Miss Saley Bet 14 

D.W. (Dennis White} 39 

Dales, Jobe IS 

Davis, Adam 5,9.49 

Davis, Bob 15,17 

Davis, Callie 59,61 

Davis, J.N. 49 

Davis, John 49 

Davis , Lee 9 

Davis, Margaret 22 

Davis, Martha 49 

Davis, Miss- 12 

Davis, Miss Mamey 3 

Davis, Mr. 12 

Davis, Old Man 1 

Davis, Preacher 6 

.Davis, Swiney 15 

Davis, Willie 60,61 

Davis, Walter 6 

Davis, Mrs. Walter 11 

Day, Benn R. 7 

Day, N.J. £ Store 36,41,42,43,46 

Daycus, Miss Leoleous 30 

Daycus, Mrs, 30 

Dayens, Mr. 22 

Deason, Paney 20 

Deason, George 18,20,27 

Dennis (White) 15,13,19,21,25,32,33,31,35,37,38,41,44 

Depreast 37 

Dew, Aver 16 

Dew, Old Man- 11 

Dew, Saney 30 
Dew, T. ' 14 

Diclc (Stansell) 1 

DicJcert, Mrs. 16 

Dickerson, Bob 20 

Diclcey, Mrs. Prank 30 

Dickey, Professor W.F. 12 

Digs, Mr. 17 

Dikes, G.C. 44 

Dionne, Mrs. Elzier 46 

Dock 3,4,8 

Dod, Sid 10 

Domooney, Rinda 6 

Dunaway, Effie 9 

Dunaway, Mis 16 

Dunkin (Duncan) 37,40,42,44,47 

Dunkin, Betty Jean 37 

Dunkin, Mrs. 37 

Dunkin, Roy 37 

Dye, Old Granny 16 

' Eaker, Joe 44 

Earles, Ed 16 

Edgar (Hefner) 31 

Edna (Bailey) ' 7.37' 

Edney (Sdna Jane White) 3 

Edwards, G, 11 

Edwards, Henry H 

E.E. (Essie White) 14,38 

Eiker, E.J. . 1 

Elenor (Eleanor White) 3S,41 



Eles, Mr. 


40 


Etnaline (White Warnock) 


2, a 


Ensigns 


36 


Ernest (Tate) 


45 


Essie (Essie White) 


12,13,14,19,22,: 




41,42,43,44,46,: 


Estelle (aailey) 


3,13 


Eula Mae (Chapman White) 


34,36,39,42,44 


Eveans, Old Brother Louis 


10 


Everett, Eelum 


23,65 


Everett, Flaveous 


38 


Everett, John 


12 


Everett, Harien 


20 


Everett, Old 


33 


Everett, Solomon 


26 


Everett, Thadeous 


12 


Everett, Tom 


9 


Everett, Ula 


18,65 


Everett. Vera 


14.65 


Evin, (Evyn White) 


41 


Farror, Hetty 


10 


Farrow, Dick 


11 


Farrow, Emma 


60,61,63 


Farrow, Mrs. Lida 


17 


Farrow, 'Minnie 


60,61,63,64 


Farrow, Robert 


61,63 


Ferriel, Charles 


32,58,59 


Fitspatrick, Hiram 


16 


Fitzpatrick, Mary 


50 


Florence (Puryear White) 


4,5 


Floyd, Ben 


6 


Floyd, Dr. 


4 


Floyd, Fannie 


59,60,58 


Floyd, Frank 


60,61 


Floyd, Geo.rge 


59 


Floyd, John 


60 


Floyd, Martha 


17 


Floyd, Minnie 


60,61 


Floyd, Miss 


14 


Floyd, Strawder 


10 


Fossit, De-ller 


10 


Fowler, Arazona 


51 


Fowler, C.S. 


58,59 


Fowler, D.C. 


31,51,58 


Fowler, D.H. 


59 


Fowler, Del 


51 


Fowler, Ella 


58 


Fowler, George 


60 


Fowler, Gurel , . 


60 


Fowler, I. P. 


56,51 


Fowler, Jay 


58 


Fowler, John 


5,10,14,55 


Fowler, Mrs. J. P. 


16 


Fowler, Josephine 


26,50,51 


Fowler, Lanis 


50 


Fowler, Leila 


58,59 


Fowler, Lewis 


22,51 


Fowler, Matilda 


51 


Fowler, May 


7,51 


Fowler, Ola 


14,19,21,58,59 


Fowler, Tilda 


27 


Fowler, Zane 


14 


Fox, Mrs. 


43- 


Frank 


2,4,6,19 


Freeman, Charles 


45 


Frik, Mrs. Clark 


9 


Fuller, John 


30 


Fullidns 


33,42 


Fulton 


21 


G.H. (Geo Harlan White) 


14,37,39 


Gad, Preacher 


45 


Garner, Mrs. Dellar 


14 


Garrison 


5 


Gateon, Mr. 


31 


Gentry, Nelley 


3 


Gentry, Rindy 


3 






Georden 


, Mr. Ben 


11 






Geordn, 


Mr.?. Ben 


9 






Glen (Bailey) 


25 






Goodson 


, Felton 


23,30 






Granny 


(M.S. Bailey) 


37,45,27,26 


,28 




Gray, Dock 


16 






Gray, Dr. 


9 






Gray, Suda 


16 






Gray, z 


acJc 


10 






Green 




33 






Green, 


Aroline 


31 






Green, 


Cliarley 


26 






Green, 


Crawford 


64, es 






Greene, 


Croft 


26 






Green, 


Felton 


31 






Green, 


Floss 


34 






Green, 


Homer 


34 






Green, 


Mrs. Manolia 


30 






Green, 


Myrtle 


64,23 






Green, 


T.C. 


13,15 






Griffin 


, Amos 


10 • 






Griffin 


,■ Dr. 


19 






Griffin 


, Mr. James 


26 






Griffin 


, Mr. Jessie 


20 






Griffin 


, Mrs. Lizsie 


22 






Griffon 


, Mrs. 


26 






Griffin 


, Mrs. Salie 


19 






Griffan 


, Aunt Binda 


9 . 






Gri-ffith, Mr. 


27 






Grigsby 


, Marvin 


12,19 






Gus, Uncle (Augustus White) 


45 






Gwindolene (Turman) 


36,37,38,40 


41 


42 


Haggie 




3a, 40 






Hagood, 


Myrt 


26 






Hagwood 




10 






Hale, 




26,37 






Hale, D 


r. 


37 






Hall 




19 






Hamton , 


Bob 


14 






Hana 




1 






Hanah 




3 






Handa, (Handy White) 


13,17,18,20 


21 


23,28,30,32,36,37 






40,42,44,45 


46, 


47 ■ 


Hanes , 


Mrs. Squire 


33 






Harbor 




47 






Harlan 


(White) 


18,19,20,21 


24, 


25,26,27,28,29,30 






32, 3:?., 34, 36 


37, 


38,39,41,44,46 


Harmon 




9 






Harmon, 


Brefered 


21 






Harmon , 


Dee 


64,65,66 






Harmon , 


E.J. 


29 






Harmon , 


Ed 


62,31,15,22, 


25, 


28,33 


Harmon , 


G.T. 


58,59,62,64 






Hairmon, 


G.H. 


60 






Harmon, 


George 


63 






Harmon, 


Henrietta 


51 






Harmon, 


J.C. 


34 






Harmon, 


Jenetta 


50,51,56 






Harmon , 


John 


7,46,57,51 






Harmon, 


Mrs. Lular 


22 






Harmon , 


Mauda 


58,59,61,63, 


64, 


65 


Harmon , 


Mig 


30 






Harmon, 


Mrs. Ola 


1 






Harmon, 


RebecJcer 


9,46,51,57 






Harmon, 


SaUie 


58,60 






Harmon, 


Sant 


64,66,65,25 






Harris 




32 






Harris , 


George 


38 






Harris, 


Don 


26,62 






Haygood 


, Jim 


20 






Haze, Old Man 


16 






Healton 


, Mr. 


22 






Hefner, 


Becky 


14 






Hefner, 


Benjamin 


SO 






Hefner, 


Carrie 


50 






Hefner, 


Daris 


31 






Hefner, 


Ed)ter (Edgar) 


5,14,21,31 







Hefner, G.W. 
Hefner, George 
Hefner, Georgie 
Hefner, Granny 



14,23, 33,61 
58,61,63,65,50,59,64,62,60 

59,60,62 
46 



Hefner, J. 
Hefner, J.F. 
Hefner, John 


Jl3 , 33 

60,62 

18,19,31,49,65 


Hefner, John Grandady 


2 


Hefner, Johnie 


58 


Hefner, Josephine 


50 

59 

17, 60, 62, 64, 58, 59, « 


Hefner, Lona 
Hefner, Lula 


Hefner, Marie 


60 


Hefner, Matilda 
Hearst, Hertis 


59,60 
58,60,63.65 


Hefner, Mrs. Minter 


10 


Hefner, Mit 


17 


Hefner, Mitta 


50 


Hefner, Old Grandady 


7,10,46 


Hefner, Polley 


7 


Hefner, Sarah 


29,31,32,50 


Hefner, Sisroe 
Hefner, T.D. 


11,31,32,25,38 


Hefner, Thomas 


22,27,50 
45 


Heggy 


Heggis, M.E. 


37 
26 


Herman, Ms. D. 


Herst, Nancy lolar . 


57 

61,64 


Herst, Mertise 


Herst, William 


53 


Henry , Dr . 


13 


Henson, Barry 


3 


Henson, Charley 


30 


Henson, Mrs. Eller 


11 


Henson, Mrs. James 


17 


Henson, Presley . 


7 


Higenhothem, Sank 


4 


Highbottem 


6 


Hill, Mr. 


13,37 


-Hirst, Dolley 


20 


Holsomback, Aura 


24 


Holesomback, Bonney 


34 


Holsomback, Burth 


28 


Holsoraback , Carrie 


34,50,51 


Holesomback, Claud 


16 


Holesomback, Clint 


23 


Holsomback, Clive 


2 


Holsomback , Edna 


50 


Holsomback, Mr. Elious 


16,20 


Holsomback, Ernest 


12,19,21,59,60,62 


Holt, Felton 


11 


Holsomback, Mrs. Haley 


2 


Holsomback, Jo 


19 


Holesomback, Lee 


2 


Holesomback, Ma.rk 


IS 


Holsomback, Matty Lu 


11 


fiolesombak, Oala 


26 


Holesomback, Mis Pug 


22 


Holsomback, Sam 


7,9 


Holesomback, Mrs. Thorn 


6,10 


Ho 1 s omb ack, Thomas 


7,8 


Hoover 


39 


Howard 


40 


Hunt 


9 


Hunt, Ben 


5-, IS 


Hunt, MS. Binn 


12 


Hunt, J.M. 


1 


Hunt, John 


8 


I (James Elijah White) 


3,4,5,6,8,15 


Ingram 


4 


Isam, Old Graney 


20 


J.E, (James Elijah White) 


1,15 


J.H.L. (Bailey) 


45 


Jackson, Earle 


28 


Jackson, Miss 


20,30 


James 


5 


James, Old Man 


6 


Jeff 


1 



MOID (Susan 

Hongumrey 

Mooda 

Morehead 

Horehead 

Morehead 

NSorehead 



Elizabeth White) 
IHontgomeryl 



Horeland, __. 
Moris, Billy 



Albert 
Jim 

Old Man 
James 



Moss , Lee 
Moyers, Lula 
Murphy, Dr. 
Hurt 
Muse 

Muse, Bell 
Mullins 

Narrell, Daisey 
Navrrel, Mrs. Ed 
Heal, Capt. Reece 
Neel, James 
Nelson, Will 
Neshury, Mr, 
Norman, Aaron 
Oens 

Oliver (Clements) 
Oliver, Mr. 
Osbon, Kenny 
Osker (Clements) 
Owens 

Owens, Mrs. 
Owens , Jack 
Owens, Thelmer 
P.G, (White) 
Pain, will 
Parson, Bllley 
Parsons, Mill 

Patmon, John 

Patmon, Mrs. 

Patrick, Faney 

Payne (white) 

Payne , Pat 

Peaterson, Maud 

Pet Aunt 

Petitt, Ben 

Petitt, Bennie 

Petitt, .Burtie 

Petitt, Effie 

Petitt, G.H. 

Petitt, J.H 

Petitt, J.J. 

Petitt, John 

Petitt, Mrs. 

Petitt, Leon 

Petitt, Mr. 

Petitt, Milton 

Petitt, Pauline 

Phillips, Cam 

Phillips, Charles 

Phillips, Aunt Martha 

Pierce 

Pilcher, Bob 

Pilcher, Jo 

Pilcher, Mrs. 

Pilcher, Sam 

Pilcher, T.J. 
- Pilcher, Mr. Tom 
Pitman, Miss 

"Price, banney 
•' Price, Jane 
Price, Old Han 
Will 



John 



Knice 



Price, Will 
Pritchett, Bob 
Putman 
r 

Bay 



Puryear 

Puryear, -.^ 

Puryear, Clay 

Puryear, Ella 

Puryear, Florence 

Puryear, Georgia 

Puryear, Ider 



25, 28,36,27, 39, -14, .16, 47 

21,36,38 

2 

22 

23 

31 

24 
26 
15 
57 
40 
33 

14,18 
4 

21 
17 
3Q 
IQ 
20 
10 
25 
40 

13, la 

25 

40 

36 

25,27,33 

44,46 

36 

36 

16 

6 

2 
■ 17 

12 

6 

10 

9 

1,3,5 

35 

26 

38 

29,34,59,60,63,64,65,66 

61 

26,58,60,61,63,64,64 

16,59,60,62,64,64 

62 

62,63,64,65,59,60,58, 

66 

15,34,58,6 

33 

66 

3 

63,64,65,66 

61,59,60,63,64,65 

49 

5,21,22 

18,22 

9 

2 

10 

17 

49 

49 

16 

17 

31 

7 

7,18 

17 

13 

6,19 

17 

7,15 

21 

16,59,60,61,63,64,65 

63v 65 

18 

14 






0f 



if 
r 



If 











Puryear, lone 

Puryear, Old Jack 

Puryear, Lula 

Puryear, Mollie 

Puryear, Mrs. Nancey 

Puryear , Nancy loLer 

Puryear, Perry 

Puryear, Petty 

Puryear, Pink 

Puryear, S.W. 

Puryear, Sisro 

Puryear, Terry 

Puryear, W.S . 

Puryear. Zone 

Raff 

Rainey, James 

Bainey, Thomas 

Rainey, Will 

Ramsey 

Rankins, Cal 

Rankina, Kernel 

Raper, Mrs. James 

Rector (Capehart) 

Reed , Jack 

Reeves, Mr. 

Reeves, • Dr. 

Richards, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Rinkton 

Rodgers , Carrie 

Rodgers , Henry 

Rodgers , Lena 

Rodgers , Mauda 

Rodgers, Mrs. Milley 

Rodgers, Mr. 

Rodgers, Will 

Roper, Ben 

Roseyelt, President D, 

Rosevelt, Theodore 

Rudolph, Ramon 

Ruth (White) 

S.E. (Susan Elizabeth White) 

Saione, Mr. 
Sank 

Scaffer, John 
Scott,.. Birtha 
Serett, Boss 
Serett, W.J. 
Serett, Wiley 
Shahan, Dave 
Shahan, J. A. 
Shahan, John 
Shahan, Mrs. Mandy 
Shamley, 
Shattles, Aner 
Shattles, Ole Man 
Shelby 
Shelly, Dr. 
Shelton, Dr. 
Shielar, Ethel 
Shields, Dr. 
Shields, Mrs. 
Shields, Widow 
Shiellar, Ethel 
Shuget, Cam 
Sims on, Mandy 
Siciper 
Smith 
Smith, AL 
Smith, Anna 
Smith, Bessie 
Smith, E.J. 
Smith, Elias 
Smith, Ellie 
Smith, Jim 
Smith, John 
Smith, May 
Smith, Mails 
Smith, Sollie 



59,61,65, 

n 

26,28,60,61,53,59,62 

58,59,61,63,64 

10,53,56 

53 

16,60,61,63,64,65 

5 8 

12,23,31,20,29,59,60,61,63,64,65 

14,25,27,29,60,62,58 ■ 

12,18 

24 

20 

60,63 

21 

9 

7 

7 

38 

17 

16 

18 

36, '39, 41, 44, 37 

20 

25 

9 

20 

35 

5 

41,54 

4 

10 

3,54 

3,5 

47 

13 

29,43,47 

43 

45 

38.41 

11-, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 2 9 

32,33,34,33,36,37,38,41,42,43,45,46,47 

27 

6 

3B 

16 

12,34 

33 

13,21,28,29,30 

6,41 

17 

22 

11 

41 

16 

9 

14 

46 

37,46 

10 

12,17,23,28,32,37 

38 
■31 

19 

6 

22 

41 

1,41,43,44 

39 

12 

17 

62,65,60,63,64,58,59 

58 

66 

66 

16,31 

65,59,60,61,63,64 

59,60,61,63,64,66 

65 



I 



Smith, O.A. 


37 




Smith, Prater 


11,18 




Smith, Sallie 


65 




Smith, Mrs. Thomey 


9 




Smith, Tom 


65 




Smith, Mr. Tudar 


57 




Smith, Verna 


66 




Smith, Willey 


16,65,59,60,62,63, 


,64 


Stags, Granma 


17 




Staley, Mrs. 


39 




Standi, Elijah 


49 




Standi, Jinney 


49,52 




Stanfield 


47 




Stansell 


3,31,38 




Stansell, Anga 


20 




Stansell, Charley 


2,27,29 




Stansell, Clark 


47- 




Stansell, D,W. 


5,52 




Stansell, DicJc 


8 




Stansell, Dura 


23,59,60,61,63,64 




Stansell, Elford 


11,58,61,63 




Stansell, Faney 


2 




Stansell, Fed 


2,11,31 




Stansell, Geordn 


.18 




Stansell, Gilford 


58,60,61,63,64 




Stansell, Harriett 


9 




Stansell, Harris 


33 




Stansell, John 


10,16 




Stansell, Laney 


10,52 




Stansell, Leila 


59,60,61,63,64 




Stansell, Line 


10 




Stansell, Mable 


14 




Stansell, Meddy 


9 




Stansell, R.S. 


14 




Stansell, Punch 


22 




Stansell, Ole [Jnkel Riley 7 




Stansell, Roe 


12 




Stansell, Susie 


66 




Stansell, T.N. 


14,22 




Stansell, T.W. 


33 




Stansell, Tora 


6,52 




Stansell, Tomey 


.1,7,8,15 




Stansell, Walter 


4 




Stansell, Wesley 


1 




Stansell, Will 


3,5 




Stegs, Julius 


26 




Sto, Old Billey 


2 




Stokes, Ben 


4 




Stokes, John 


17 




Stokes, Rebuker 


9 




Storey, Dr. 


2 




Straine, Alan^ 


20 




Sugs, Mrs. Lizaa 


10 




Suggs, Annie 


61,62,64 




Suggs, J.C. 


63 




Suggs, James 


56 




Suggs, Lillie 


62 




Suggs, Mat 


7,15,17 




Surrat, Martha 


49 




Susey 


5 




Taley, Miss 


2 




Talraege 


45 




Talley, Bird 


4,10, 




Talley, Jonah 


.32,62 




Talley, T.T, 


10,11 




Talley, Thornt 


9 




Talley, Mr. 


• 6 




Taylor 


19 




Tarvin, Anson 


2 




Tarvin, Russco 


36 




Tate 


3,41,45 




Tate, Abe 


9,13 




Tate, Ada 


7,3,10,19 




Tate, Bill- 


27 




Tate, Blevins 


10,15,66 




Tate, Burey 


5,6,9 




Tate, Caroline 


10 




Tate Charles 


27,57,58,59,60 




Tate, Cintha 


12,61,63 





f 

m 
m 
m 
w 






I? 



w 



:_i_ 



Ta-te, Cyntha or Mrs. Isaac 

Tate, Mrs. Eliza 

Tate, Mr. Emesier 

Tate Ernest . . 

Tate, Frank 

Tate, Henry 

Tate, Isaac 

Tate, Old Mr. Isaac 

Tate, J.I. 

Tate, J.W. 

Tate, Janes 

Tate, John 

Tate, Joseph 

Tate, Miss Leavy 

Tate, Lee 

Tate, Lilley 

Tate, Linna 

Tate, Loweasean- 

Tate, Lucy 

Tate, Luler 

Tate, M.L. 

tate, M.J. 

Tate, Martha 

Tate, Mat 

Tate, Molley 

Tate, Mr. 

Tate, Newton 

Tate, Nora 

Tate, Ola 

Tate, Pink 
Tate , Rosa 
Tate, Sam 
Tate, Mr. Van 
Tate, W.J. 
Tate, Wilk 
Tearrgon, Old Mrs. 
Ted, 

Tellett, John 
Terry, Blanch 
Terry, G, 
Terry, John 
Terry , Mr . 
Thorn, (Stancell) 
Thomaston, Mr. 
Thomey (Stanselll 
Toirany (S.tansell) 
Tod 

Townsen, Charles 
Townsehd, Bill 
Towns on 

Townson, Charley 
Town son, Wm. 
Tredway, Annie 
Tredway, Bessie 
Tredway, Clarence 
Tredway, Dolphus 
Tredway, F.S. 
Tredway, Ida 
Tredway, John 
Tredway , L . P . 
Tredway , Lanney 
Tredway , Laun 
Tredway, Lawson 
Tredway , Martin 
Tredway, Oina 
Tudor , Ed 
Tudor, Edna 
Tudor , George 
Tudor, Old Granny 
Tudor, Mrs. Octavay 
Tudor, Mat 
Turinan,a .N. 
Turman, Benjarain 
Turman, Briton 
Turman, Bufered 
Turman,, Miss Clide 
Turman, Clide 
Turman, ^George 
Turman, 'Gwindoline 
Turman, Harrison 



9 

3 8 

21 

40,46 

3,26 

61 

7 

20 

a, 12,33 

3 

26,61 

28,35,40,42,57 

7,14,52 

2 

17 

9 

2 

52,57 

4 

10 . , ■ 

4 

52 

2,4,5,3,7,16,28'' 

26,29 

2 

36,39,40 

4,12,52 

22 

58,60,61,63 

8,9,24,25,28 

69,61 

11,13,14,16,58,59,60 

20 

S 

3,5,13. 

23 

25 

6 

12 

41 

11 

12 

1 

16 

4 

3,4,11 

9 

8,27 

28 

27 

26 

16 

58,59,60,62,63 

58,59,60,61,62,63 

11,12,13,14,16,21,31,59 

11,15 

62 

58,59,60 f 

10,11,25 ' 

11,58,60,62 

31 

19 

25 

11 

58,59,60 

2 

55 

12 

10 

11 

7 

15,18,25,58,59,6 0,62,63,64,66 

53 

59,60,62,64,65 

23,28,31,59,60,61,62,63,64,65 
16 

58,59,61,62,63,64,65 

52 

46 

5 



Turman, J.J. 
Tarman, jeph 
Turman, Jeptha 
Turman, Lucy 
Turman, Lunortha 
Turman, Old Uncle 
Turman, Polley 
Turman, Veatry 
Turman, Vitural 
Turman , W.J. 
Turman, Walt I W.J.) 
Turman, White 
Turner, Adam 
Turner, Mrs. Franciney 
Turner, Miss 
Tutstone, Joseph 
Tutstone, Old Granny 
Veat {Lavetra White) 
Veatry (Lavetra White) 
Vit (Turman) 
Voiles, Ada 

Higbern 

J. A. 

Jo 

Mert 

Robert 

Walter 

George 



Voiles, 
Voiles, 

Voiles, 
Voiles, 
Voiles, 

Voiles, 
Walden, 
WaDter 
Walker, Mr. 

Wallravin 
Walt (Turman) 
Walter (Turman) 
Ward, Frank 
Ward, Mrs. Julius 
Warend, Old Man John 
Warnock, Abbie 
Warnock, Arbie 
■Warnock, Arthur 
Warnock, Bart 
Warnock, Mr. 3iley 
Warnock, flud ^ 
Warnock, Carl' 
Warnock, Charley 
Warnock, Dora 
Warnock, Effie 
Warnock, Essie 
Warnock,. Faney 
Warnock, Ider 
Warnock, J.M. 
Warnock, J.N. (Jasper) 
Warnock, Jasper 
Warnock, Lee 
Warnock, Lula 
Warnock, Luther 
Warnoclc, M.E. (Emaline) 
Warnock, Martha 
Warnock, Mattie (Martha) 
Warnock, May 
Warnock, Mealey 
Warnock, Mertle 
Warnock, Minnie Lu 
Warnock, Mollis 
Warnock, Oleara 
Warnock, Mrs. Suckey 
Warnock , Thomas 
Warnock, Violar 
Warnock, William 
Watkins , Gordon 
Watkins , Lanny 
Watkins, Matthew 
Watkins , Mrs . 
Watkins, .Miss Rilla 
Watkins , Tinney 
Watters 
Weaver, Mrs. 
Weens , McO 
Weeras, Professor 
Wess, Mis ' 
White, A. P. 
White Ada 



10,53,57 

28,29 

20,23,32,59,60,61,63,64,65 

16,53,59,62 

58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65 

7 

53,57 

4 3 

29,31,62,63,64,65 

13,19,57,61 

15,16,29,58,59,60,62,63,64,65 

S3 

9 

26 

20 

15 

1,7 

37,39 

3,15,18,19,20,14,28,39,43 

26 

12 

32 

32 

19,27,31 

28 

25 

11,23,30 

14,17 

2 

12 

11,16 

13,14,15,16,17,2 0,22,32,37,41,4 3,44 

35,36,38,40 

16 

9 

20 

60 

64 

26 

4,8 

10 

7,21 

2 

31,32 

55 

33 

2,55 

55 

2 

51 

55 

10,54,57 

10 

60,62 

16,24,25,30,59,60,61,62,63,64,65 

2,56 

20,55 

55,57 

51 

14,55 

31,59,61,63 

55 

58,59,60,62 

61,63 

31 

38,44,45,55 

55 

51 

12,16,20,28 ' 

12,14,15,16,31 

17 

17 

30 

16 

36 

30 

13 

12 

17 

47 

7,56,57 



White 


, Aline 


33 


White 


Arby 


9 


White 


, Augustus 


56 


White 


, Ava 


23,57,58,60,61,63,64,65 


White 


, Avace 


38 


White 


, Beat 


IB 


White 


, Beatrice 


23 


White 


Carrie 


42,44,57,64,63,66 


White 


Curb 


22 


White 


D. 


56 


White 


Aunt D. 


17 


White 


Dennis 


42,59,61,62,63,64,65 


white 


Dock 


11,25 


White 


Duey. (Dewey) 


17,59,60,61 


White 


Edna J. 


56 


White 


Eliza Jane 


9 


White 


Ella J. 


56 


White 


Ennerree 


37 


White 


Essie 


3,8,54,57,58,59,61,63,65 


White 


f.h; 


14,17 


White 


Florence 


12,14,37,56 


White 


Frank 


2,6,56,57,59,60 


White 


Frankling 


52 


White 


George Harlan 


25 


White 


Handy 


14,42,57,59,60,61,63,64,65 


White 


Harel 


45 


White 


Harlan 


13,22,34,57,56,5 9,61,62,63,64,55 


White 


Harvi 


58,59,61 


White 


Iner 


20 


White 


Isabelle 


10 


White 


J.E. (Jaraes Elijah)' 


7,14,15,16,18,56,57 


White 


J.L. 


14,32 


White 


J.M. 


1,8,15,21,52 


White 


J.K. 


56 


White 


J.R. 


14 


White 


James 


2,10,21 


White 


James L. 


1,18,24,45 


White 


James H. 


11,13 


White 


Jeanette 


56,57 


White 


Jerry Paine 


46 


Whits 


Joaner 


2 


White, 


John 
John B. 


2,3,14,17,22,58 


White 


2,19,20,30,47,56,58,60,61 


White 


John H. 


4,5 


White 


John H.L. 


8 


White 


Katherine 


32 


White 


Kirby 


12,53,60,61 


White 


L.M. 


20 


White 


L.P. 


2,4,6,7,8,11,13,15,19,20,21,22,27,29, 




" 


37,49,54,56,57,58,60,62,63,64,65 


White 


Lavetra 


60,61,62,63,64,65 


White 


Lavetry 


16,57,58,59 


White 


Leitimer 


21 


White 


Lewis 


61 


White J 


Lewis M. 


57,60,63,64,65 


White 


Lilly 


12,18 


White 


Lola 


58,60,61,63,65 f 


White, 


Louis 


61,64,66 1 


White , 


M.B. (Martha Bernetta) 


56 


White, 


Martha E. 


7,14,55 


White, 


Matty 


3,33 


White , 


Mel 


12 


White, 


Miss Minto 


23 


White, 


Aunt Molly 


.16,47 


White, 


Oceal 


42 


White , 


P.F. (Tom) 


24,38 


White , 


P.G. 


3,4,5,6,8,46,52 


White, 


Polly . 


16,47 


White , 


S.E. (Susan Elizabeth) 


17,54,58,60,63,64 


White , 


Tiny 


22,59,60,61 


White, 


W.F. 


52 


White, 


William 


55,56 


Whiteir 


ore, Edward 


13 ■ 


Wiley 




32 


Wiley, 


Old Graney 


3 


Willso 


n 


26,27 


Wilson 


, Miss 


31 


Wiseon 


, Mel 


15. 


Willia 


ms , George 


7,10 


Willia 


ms , James 


53 



Williams, Mary 
Williams, Missouri 
Williams, Robert 
Wood, W-A. 
Woods, Boys 

Word, Sara 
Wright, Mrs. H.W. 
Wright, Hatty 
Wright, J.M. 
Wright, Milton 
Wrist, Mrs. 
Yearbor, Jessie 
Yearbor, Mr. 
Vones, Blanche 
Yones, Inez 
Yones, Janette 
Yones, Jim 
Yonous, Claira 
YonouE, Sledge 
Youman 
Zanagar 



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64 

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