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RUTHERFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



PUBLICATION NO. 4 
FALL, 1974 



THE COVER: Built in the 1820's, the Dr. James Maney home and its 
family have been closely interwoven with the early history of Ruther- 
ford County. A focal point for Confederate Colonel Nathan Bedford 
Forrest's raid on the town's garrison, July 14, 1862, the home and 
outlying resources served both armies, according to which military 
force was ensconsed in the town at the time. The "bottomless" spring 
in a declivity east of the house was a source of supply for the water 
wagons of both armies. 



Published by 

Rutherford County Historical Society 

Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

1974 






RUTHERFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
PUBLICATION NO. 4 



FOREWORD 

Publication No. 4 has three most attractive features. In the 
first place, the 1810 Census of Rutherford County is carried in full. 
This rare document, tediously extracted and prepared for publication 
by Henry Wray, is a bonanza within itself. Then, there's a sampling 
of how artists saw the Battle of Stones River and events related to 
it. And, in the third place. Miss Mary Hall's saga of Readyville 
records for posterity valuable information that is rapidly being 
obliterated through the passage of time. I regard our publications 
as being one of our strongest reasons for existence as a Society. 



Dr. Fred Brigance 
President, Rutherford 
County Historical Society 



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RUTHERFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

PUBLICATION NO. 4 

published by the 
Rutherford County Historical Society 



OFFICERS 

President Dr. Fred Brigance 

Vice-President Mrs. Sue Ragland 

Secretary & Treasurer Mrs. Dotty Matheny 

Recording Secretary Mrs. Frances Clayton 

Interim Recording Secretary Mrs. Florence V. Davis 



PUBLICATION NO. 4 (Limited Edition--300 copies) is distributed 
to all members (in good standing) of the Rutherford County Historical 
Society along with the monthly newsletter, "Frow Chips." Surplus 
copies of PUBLICATION NO. 4 may be obtained at $3.00 per copy. 

All correspondence concerning additional copies and information 
about membership should be addressed to 

D. M. Matheny 
1434 Diana Street 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

Those desiring to contribute articles and/or pictures to future 
issues should contact 

Henry G. Wray 

104 McNickle Drive 

Smyrna, TN 37167 



CONTRIBUTORS 

The Rutherford County Historical Society gratefully acknowledges 

the efforts of those who provided material for Publication No. 4 . 

These include: 

Henry G. Wray - County Archivist who spent countless hours in 
reading, copying, and arranging for publication the Rutherford 
County Census of 1810 . 

Miss Mary Hall - For preserving in a historical format the story 
of Readyville, Tennessee. One must remember that the progeny of 
Charles Ready, later Readyville, was strongly considered as the 
site for the county seat in 1810. Incensed that his offer of 
his property was rebuffed. Ready refused to sign the petition 
and resolution confirming the choice of Captain William Lytle's 
land. He resolved to develop Readyville into a strong rival of 
the new seat. However, the establishment of Cannon County in 
1856 divided his land into two segments and his dream never 
quite materialized. 



RUTHERFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
PUBLICATION NO. 4 
1974 



Contents 



History of Readyville Page 
By Miss Mary Hall 1 

Artists Depict Battle of Stones River 

From Walter King Hoover's Collection 35 

Census of 1810 and List of Taxpayers not 

in Census prepared by Henry G. Wray 41 

Members of the Rutherford County Historical 

Society (as of December 1, 1974) 89 



READYVILLE 

Readyville is located on the East Fork of Stones River, 
twelve miles east of Murfreesboro on Highway 70S, which was 
the original Stage Coach Road from Knoxville to Nashville, 
also called "The Immigrant Trail," and "The Trail of Tears." 

It was named for Colonel Charles Ready, who was born 
in Maryland in 1770. It is not know when he moved to North 
Carolina, but it seems that he came here with his friend, 
George Brandon, from North Carolina about 1802. He purchased 
a large tract of land from General Griffith Rutherford on 
Stones River. He built his log cabin near a large chalybeate 
spring . 

Rutherford County was formed from Davidson and William- 
son Counties in 18 OH and Charles Ready was one of the seven 
justices who made up the first county court. 

In the 1820 's he superintended his slaves in building 
one of the first brick houses in the county. He named it 
"The Corners." It was used as an inn for travelers. Andrew 
Jackson frequently spent a night there on his way to 
Washington before and after he became President. 



In 1811 the Federal Government established a Post 

Office there, named it "Readyville , " and appointed Charles 

Ready the first Postmaster- 
He was one of seven commissioners appointed by the 

Legislature in 1811 to choose a permanent county seat. 

Colonel Ready tried very hard to get Readyville chosen, 

but he lost by a three to four vote, and Murfreesboro 

became the County Seat. 

In 1812 he built a dam on Stones River, near his 

home, and erected a mill, which is still in operation (1971+) 
Colonel Ready continued being one of the wealthiest 

and most influential men in Rutherford County. The 1850 

census lists him as being 8 years of age, with land valued 

at $15,800. 

He died in August 1859, and is buried in the family 

graveyard near his home. 

SOURCES: 

Goodspeeds: History of Tennessee 
Hughes: Hearthstones 

Registrars Records of Rutherford County 
Sims: History of Rutherford County 
1810, 1830, 1850 Census Reports 

EARLY SETTLERS 
Few people have preserved their family records. We 
have used the ones which are available to verify dates of 
settlement in this area. For others we have checked in 
the Rutherford County Registrar's Office Deed Book Vol. 1 



1804-1810; Census Reports 1810-1850; and from the first map 
of Rutherford County 18 78. 

George Brandon came from North Carolina in 18 02 with 
Charles Ready and Joseph Tennison, his sister, Sibella 
Brandon's, husband. Samuel Arnett settled on the north 
side of Pilot Knob before 1810. David Barton and his son, 
Joshua, and Jonathan Hall, his brother-in-law, came from 
Virginia and settled on Stones River in 1806. 

A deed is on record in the Davidson County Courthouse 
showing that George Brandon bought 39^h acres of land, on 
the East Fork of Stones River from General Griffith Ruther- 
ford, May 11, 1802. 

He was born in Rowan County, North Carolina in 1770. 
In 179 7 he married Sidney McGuire. They built a log house 
on their land where the road through Readyville makes a "^ 
right-angle turn. 

In 1803 George Brandon was one of the men who signed 
the petition asking the State Legislature to form Rutherford 
County, which was done in 18 4 by taking parts of Davidson 
and Williamson counties. 

In 1812 he organized a volunteer company and went to 
fight with Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812. He died at 
Readyville in 1844. 

Samuel and Leonard Bivins settled in the area now 
called "Bivins Hill," west of Readyville. The Nelson and 
Fulks families also settled in that area. Abner Dement 
settled on McKnights creek before 1810. 



John Pruett Dunn married Nancy Brandon, daughter of 
George Brandon. They lived about two miles from Readyville 
on the Cripple Creek Road, which had been called "Millers- 
burg Road." John Pruett Dunn was the son of John Dunn who 
came from North Carolina, and is listed in the 1810 Census. 
Another son, William A. Dunn, married Cynthia Brandon, 
younger daughter of George Brandon. After William's death 
she married Walker Peake for whom "Peake's Hill" is named. 
They had a "wagon yard" where people traveling in wagons 
could stop and spend the night. 

It was said that Mr. Peake gave one thousand dollars 
toward building the stage-coach road if it would come over 
the hill and by his house. The surveyors ran it down the 
steepest part of the hill. Loaded wagons had a great deal 
of difficulty getting up the hill. Mr. Peake requested 
that he be buried near the road at the steepest place, so 
he could hear the wagoners "cuss" as they tried to drive 
balking teams up the steep hill. His grave is covered with 
large, flat rocks and can be seen near the old road. His 
brother, Simeon Peake, lived across the road. 

George McGuire Dunn, son of John Pruett Dunn and Nancy 
Brandon Dunn, married Sara Elizabeth Helton. They first 
lived on land given by his father on Cripple Creek. In 
1866 he bought the Walker Peake farm, and was considered 
one of the large land owners in the community. 

James Dunn married Betty Early. He also sold the 
Cripple Creek farm given by his father, and bought the Simeon 
Peake farm across the road from his brother, George McGuire Dunn. 



Another brother, Thomas Franklin Dunn, married Levicy 
Nelson in 186 7. She was the daughter of Evins Nelson 
and Jane Fulks, who lived behind Pilot Knob. Mr. Frank Dunn 
owned the land now known as the Wharton farm. He was 
wounded in the Civil War and never completely recovered. 
He died in 1882. 

Mr. Pat Davidson and Mr. Jim Champion owned land at 
the foot of Pilot Knob on the east side. James McKnight 
sold William McKnight 215 acres of land on Stones River and 
McKnight Creek in April 1804. William Walkup also bought 
land in 1804. 

John Lewis Jetton and Robert Jetton recorded deeds for 
land in 1806. Mathias Hoover bought 840 acres of land in 
1808. Henry and John Goodloe registered deeds in 1813, 
and James Holmes in 18 30. 

John D. Smith was an early settler. He died in 1892. 
He owned a large tract of land on Stones River, which 
included a woodland filled with one of the finest cedar 
forests in Tennessee. The tall, beautiful trees no doubt 
had withstood the winds and storms of a couple of centuries. 

This tract of virgin timber remained in the Smith 
family for four generations, until 1970, when "woodmen" 
could no longer "spare the trees," when it was purchased 
by the Lane Cedar Company. 

In the early days of settlement an old German man, 
by the name of "Goocher," entered land and built a log 
cabin at the turn of the road on the west bank of Stones 



River, about a mile west of Ready ville. The place where the 
road crossed the river near his house came to be called 
"Goocher's Ford." A concrete slab across the river provides 
a safer crossing today. This road which turns right off 
the "Bivins Hill Road," used to be called the "River Road," 
has now been correctly named the "Goocher Ford Road." 

SOURCES: 

Dunn Family records 

Interviews with Margaret Brevard 

Interviews with Herbert Smith 

Rutherford County Deed Books 

Census Reports of Rutherford County 1810-1850 

CHURCHES 

There never has been a church in Readyville, although 
it has always been known to be a religious community. 

First settlers, Charles Ready and his wife Polly, 
attended Stones River Presbyterian Church, three miles 
over Bivins Hill Road. Other early settlers went over the 
River Road to Antioch Church of Christ, or down the Stage 
Coach Road to Science Hill Church of Christ, or to Wilson 
Hill Baptist Church. 

In 1852 Graham Brandon built the nearest church to 
the village. New Hope Church of Christ, about one mile 
above Readyville, on land given by John Lewis Jetton. 
Antioch Church of Christ 

Goodspeeds History of Tennessee records Antioch 
as having been organized in 183 3. The first house was 



built of logs, and was some distance from the present 
building. 

Jacob Wright was one of the first members. His wife, 
Becky, was a Presbyterian. In 1848 he gave the land on 
which Antioch Church of Christ and Stones River Presbyterian 
Church were built. He specified in the deed that although 
these churches were on adjoining lots, there should never 
be conflict in their services, and there has not been during 
these more than one hundred years. 

The church record book states that the present house 
«/as built in 1854. One hundred years later, in 1954, 
Sunday School rooms were added. The entire building has 
been modernized with carpet, new seats, electric lights, 
gas heat and air-conditioning. 

Among the early elders were: J. D. Smith, W. T. 
McKnight, J. H. Hare, Sam Kerr, and B. R. Goodloe. 

Among the early deacons were: J. S. Nelson and T. J. 
Wright . 

Early members listed were: Lafayette Smith, J. E. 
Dill, Samuel Vaught, J. S. Nelson, J. F. Dismukes, W. T. 
Todd, Charlie Keele, Steve Jordan. 

No ministers were listed before 190 3. The following 
have served in summer revivals since: C. M. Pulias , L. B. 
Jones, J. B. Bradley, H. Leo Boles, Rice Sewell, Charlie 
Taylor. 

Some present members are: Terry McElroy, Neil McElroy, 
Edward Shirley, Wilbur Smithson, Cecil Bowman, Ray Hare, 
Roy Burrus, Earl Davis. 



The present minister is William Mizell. There are no 
elders and deacons listed. 

SOURCES: 

Interview with Mrs. Eula Craddock and Mrs. J. H. Paschal 
Church Record Book 

Stones River Presbyterian Church 

The Stones River Presbyterian Church U. S., located 
approximately ten miles from Murfreesboro on the Hall's 
Hill Road near the east fork of Stones River was organized 
on April 1, 1816 by the Rev. Jesse Eagleton Alexander. It 
was the outgrowth of a Camp Meeting previously held about 
three miles from the present church on the way to Milton. 
After meeting in a small log building on the opposite side 
of the road from the present church, in 1848 Jacob Wright, 
whose wife, Becky, was a member of Stones River Church, 
gave the land on which Stones River and Antioch Churches 
were built. Antioch is a Church of Christ of which Mr. 
Wright was a member. 

A large log church with twelve corners was built just 
east of the present building. This building was replaced by 
a frame building on the same ground in 1878 west of the log 
building which was torn down. An addition of Sunday School 
rooms was added in 1954 or 1955. 

The building is in a good state of repair and worship 
services are held each Sunday and other activities as the 
program of the church directs. 



The following are the charter members of the church: 
James, Eleanor, William and Isabell McKnight; Joseph and 
Jane Knox; Charles and Polly Ready; Joseph and Jane Weather- 
spoon; Charles and June Porterfield; Polly Weatherspoon; 
Peggy, David, and Polly Andrews; John and Sarah Henderson; 
John, Peggy, Moses, and Rixney McKnight; Peggy, John M. 
and Abigal McKnight. 

It might be interesting to note that Frank and Silva 
Brantley, descendents of the Brantley slaves, attended 
preaching services regularly until their deaths in the 
early 1900's. 

Ministers who have served as pastors are: Jesse 
Eagleston Alexander; E. T. Brantley and his son, Erskine; 
Thompson; Mosley; A. J. Crane; T. A. Patten; R. T. Riley; 
W. W. Patten; Johnson; W. H. Matherson; William Jones; and 
Wythe M. Peyton, Jr. (the present pastor 1972). 

SCHOOLS 

The first school known to have been at Readyville was 
taught in 1810 by James Barkley, a Revolutionary soldier. 
The location has not been determined. 

In 1850 Mr. W. B. Huddleston had a school called "Pap 
Huddleston's School." It was in a large log building in the 
corner of his yard, where Mr. Leslie Justice now lives. 
Children from all of the surrounding area walked as much 
as six miles daily to that school. It closed when Mr. 
Huddleston died. 



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Some years after the Civil War after Science Hill 
Academy burned, perhaps 1885, a school house was built 
across the river, on Talley Hill above Colonel Ready's 
mill. It was a large two-story frame building. This was 
the only school for the Kittrell-Readyville communities for 
several years. 

Among teachers were: Mr. John Hines , Mr. J. J. North- 
cott, Mr. John Wesley Jamison, Miss Sara Jamison, Miss Mary 
Murfree, Miss Cassie McGill, and Mrs. Annie Youree. 

The building burned in 1902. Since that time children 
have gone to school at Kittrell and Woodbury. 

Tilford's Saw Mill is now located on this last school 
site . 
SOURCES: 

Mrs . Oscar Barker 

Mrs. J. D. McFarlin 

PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE 

Doctors were the outstanding professional people in 
the Readyville Community. It had seven doctors over a period 
of fifty years, more than most rural communities ever have. 

Dr. J. H. Dickens 

The first doctor known to live in Readyville was Dr. 
James Holt Dickens. He was the son of Baxter and Nancy 
Holt Dickens, and was born June 11, 1823. It is thought 
that he grew up in, or near the Readyville Community. 



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It is not known where he received his education. He 
married Margaret Malissa McKnight January 25, 1849. 

He bought the George Brandon home in the center of 
Readyville and later became one of the largest land owners 
in the community. Dr. and Mrs. Dickens did not have any 
children, but they reared one of her nephews, Andrew McKnight, 
whom he made his heir. 

He practiced medicine in Readyville for many years , 
and died at the age of seventy-two on March 3, 1895. 

Dr. J. N. Bridges 

Several years after Dr. Dickens began practicing 
medicine, a young doctor from New Middleton in Smith County 
came to Readyville. He was Dr. J. N. Bridges. He lived 
in the house known as the "Betty Craig house." He was 
there when the 18 7 8 map of Rutherford County was made. 
He later returned to New Middleton. No information is 
available concerning him. 

Dr. W. E. Youree 

Dr. William Eleazer Youree was born in 18U8, the son 
of Francis and Elizabeth Lowe Youree. He was reared in the 
Murray Community. No information is available about his 
early life. 

It is not known when he attended medical school, but 
he began practicing medicine at Donnell's Chapel. He then 
moved to Readyville and practiced medicine with Dr. Dickens 
for several years . 



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He married Miss Rebecca Carter. Mrs. Youree died after 
several years, and left him with five little girls. He 
later married Mrs, Annie Macon Walling in 1898. They had 
two sons, John and Robert. 

Dr. Youree was an elder in the New Hope Church of 
Christ. He had a wide practice, mostly in the "horse and 
buggy" days. He suffered from asthma all of his life, and 
in the last few years he had more frequent attacks. He 
died of flu at his home in 1925. 

Dr. E. A. Speer 

No information is available concerning the early life 
of Dr. Ephriam A. Speer. It is thought that his father was 
a minister and lived in Pulaski. He was a young man when 
he came to Donnell's Chapel to practice medicine. He 
married Miss Lyon. After some years he moved to Readyville. 
He lived a mile from the village on "Squirrel Hill." He 
had six children, three sons and three daughters. He had 
a good practice and lived to be an old man. He died in 
190 3, and is buried in the Lyon family graveyard near 
Donnell's Chapel. 

Dr. E. M. Holmes 

Ernest Martin Holmes was born and reared in Readyville. 
He was the son of David Holmes and his first wife, Sallie 
Hare Holmes. He attended the local schools before he 
entered Vanderbilt Medical School, where he received his 
M.D. Degree with honors in 1900. 



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He was presented a pair of saddlebags as an award for 
scholastic achievement. He came home to Readyville to 
practice medicine. He married Miss Elizabeth Vaughan of 
Shelbyville in 1905, and they built a pretty little white 
cottage on the north side of the village. They had two 
children, Sarah and Ernest, Jr. 

Dr. Holmes was a member of the New Hope Church of 
Christ. He was a participant in all civic affairs of the 
community. He was a Mason and an Odd Fellow. At one time 
he was President of the Middle Tennessee Medical Association, 
and Vice-president of the state organization. 

He gave up his country practice and moved to Murfrees- 
boro in 191^+, and went into the office with Dr. W. C. Bilbro, 
Sr. Dr. Holmes soon developed leukemia and died in a Nash- 
ville hospital January 19, 1918. He is buried in the Ever- 
green Cemetery in Murf reesboro. 

Dr. J. M. Shipp 

Dr. James M. Shipp was born and reared in Yazoo City, 
Mississippi. He graduated from Vanderbilt University and 
came to Readyville to practice medicine after Dr. Holmes 
left in 191U. He bought Dr. Holmes' house and lived there 
until he moved to Smyrna in 1920. He stayed there until 
19 50 and then moved to Florida. He later returned to Yazoo 
City, Mississippi. No further information is available. 

Dr. J. D. Hall 

Dr. Joseph David Hall practiced medicine in the Ready- 
ville and Kittrell communities from the time he graduated 



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from Vanderbilt University in 1883, until he died in 
1938. 

He married Miss Ella Lowe, daughter of Captain William 
S. Lowe, in December after he graduated from Vanderbilt in 
June of 18 83. Dr. and Mrs. Hall were the parents of four 
children, Frank, who died in 1888, when he was three years 
old, Elizabeth (Mrs. J. Lawrence Barker), Martha Lowe 
(Mrs. J. Dexter McFarlin) , and Mary. 

He was a friend of and worked with all six of the 
other doctors who had practiced medicine there. As a young 
doctor in 188 3 he appreciated the help and advice given him 
by the older doctors, Dr. Dickens and Dr. Bridges. He felt 
Dr. Speer and Dr. Youree to be his friends and contemporaries 
He looked upon Dr. Holmes and Dr. Shipp as young doctors 
whom he should help. 

When Dr. Youree died in 1925, Dr. Hall was the only 
doctor left in the eastern part of Rutherford County, the 
only one between Murfreesboro and Woodbury. He served the 
people of the entire area until he died in 19 38. The 
"country doctor" was then a thing of the past. There are 
no more in Rutherford County. 

SOURCES: 

Interview with Mrs. S. F. Houston 

Mrs. Ruth Wood 

Letter from Mrs. J. W. Brown 



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GENERAL STORES 

For many years there were two stores in Readyville. 
Mr. W. F. Holmes, whom everybody called "Mr. Bill" was 
wounded in the battle of Chickamauga , and his left leg was 
amputated above the knee at a field hospital near Dalton, 
Georgia. From that time he walked with a crutch. 

A few years after the was was over he moved to Ready- 
ville and opened a store in the middle of the village, on 
the west side of the road. 

A Post Office was established at Readyville in 1811. 
In 1876 Mr. Bill was appointed Post Master and the Post 
Office was put in the front of his store. 

In 1886 Mr. Lewis Jetton build a store across the 
road to the east. Both were the typical country general 
stores, with pot-bellied stoves around which men sat, 
chewed tobacco and told yarns. For many years, rain or 
shine, cold or hot, Mr. Doss Carter, Mr. Albert Dunn and 
Mr. Flint Speer never missed a day going to the store. 

When the "hack," which brought the mail from Murfrees- 
boro, came in one of those men was always there to get a 
newspaper. They kept up with the news of the world and 
carried on hot political debates. Playing checkers on top 
of a nail keg was one of their chief entertainments in 
winter, and pitching horseshoes in the shade behind the 
store afforded summer amusement. 

Both stores kept the common stock of goods to meet 
country peoples needs, such as salt, sugar, and soda. 



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Maxwell House coffee for the affluent and Arbuckles for 
the poorer ones. 

They had wide, strong counters to measure domestic 
and calico and upon which men sat on rainy afternoons when 
the chairs and nail kegs were all taken. 

Children loved to go to Mr. Jetton's store for Clark, 
his son, always gave them chewing gum and peppermint stick 
candy, which he kept in large glass jars. They also kept 
quite a stock of medicine for home remedies, such as sulphur, 
salts, castor oil, quinine, turpentine, Sloan's linament, 
Dean's pills, and Black Draught. 

Mr. Holmes died in 1919 after having been merchant 
and Postmaster for forty-three years. Mr. Charlie Dickens 
ran the store until it burned a few years later. 

Mr. Jetton moved to Murfreesboro in 1928, and Mr. Will 
Jetton and Mr. Charlie Melton had charge of his store. 
After a few years they sold it to Irvin Stroop. He died 
in 19 35, and his wife "Miss Fannie Bell" continued to 
run the store for some time. 

When the state built Highway 70 it missed what had 
been the main part of Readyville. Traffic and business began 
going to a new store across the river, and before long Mrs. 
Stroop closed the store, and the building was torn down. 

BLACKSMITH SHOP 

Readyville had a large blacksmith shop across the 
road from Mr. Holmes 'store and Post Office. 



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A lucrative business met the community needs from the 
early days until trucks and tractors took the place of 
horses, mules, and wagons, and buggies were supplanted by 
automobiles. Mr. Hunt Bailey is remembered as being one 
of the early blacksmiths. He worked there for many years. 
Others who followed him were: Mr. Bud Cox, Mr. Will Sain, 
and Mr. Jesse Mullins. 

BANK OF READYVILLE 

Soon after the turn of the century it became popular 
to establish banks in small communities all over Tennessee. 
In 1912 Harry Carter came from Auburntown and organized a 
bank in Readyville. A nice brick building was put up between 
the blacksmith shop and Mr. Jetton's store. Stock was sold 
readily and the bank opened with a safe foundation. 

Mr. Doss Carter was elected President and Harry Carter 
was cashier. Among the directors were: J. L. Barker, 
A. L. Carnahan, Fletcher Craig, Dr. J. D. Hall, Lewis Jetton, 
Will Jetton, Dr. W. E. Youree . 

The bank prospered greatly for several years and soon 
Mr. Carter needed help. Rebecca Craig, Mamie Ready, and 
Burton Carnahan worked there at different times. In 1919 
Harry Carter and Fletcher Craig started a cedar mill which 
soon took so much of Mr. Carter's time that he resigned 
from the bank, and Doran Williams took his place. 

In 1921 the entire community was alarmed for some 
time. Bank robberies were rare in those days. One morning 



when Mr. Williams went into the bank, he saw that someone 
had broken in the front door. Several people had put papers 
in the vault for safe keeping. The robbers had blown the 
vault open, but did not get the safe open. They had done 
a great deal of damage and had taken some notes and private 
papers, but as they failed to blow the safe open, no money 
was taken. 

Officers and bank inspectors came immediately, did 
fingerprinting and started a search. F.B.I, men stayed in 
the community making investigations several days, but no 
trace of the robbers was ever found. The boxes and papers 
were found some months later in a woods near Nashville 
close to Antioch. Insurance covered the damage. About a 
year later another robbery was attempted, but they did not 
get into the vault this time, and no damage was done. 

Mr. Williams moved to Woodbury in 19 2 3 and Mr. Carter 
came back to the bank. In the late 20 's the economy all 
over the United States began to slow down, and it effected 
the small banks. At the same time large banks began taking 
over small ones to keep them from failing in the depression 
which the economists saw approaching. 

In 19 2 8 the Commerce Union Bank offered to buy the 
Bank of Readyville. It was sold and none of the stockholders 
or depositors lost any money. Mr. Carter moved to Murfrees- 
boro and took a position with the Commerce Union Bank. The 
little brick building was sold for a house . 



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SOURCES: 

Interviews with: 

Mrs . Harry Carter 
Mr. Doran Williams 

HOME TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 

Alexander Graham Bell received his patent for the 
telephone iii 1875. The first telephone came to Murfreesboro 
in 1883. People did not take to this new means of communi- 
cation very rapidly, but after a few years there were twenty- 
six subscribers in Murfreesboro. 

Mrs. Lady McKnight and Dr. J. D. Hall were the first 
ones out of Murfreesboro to have a telephone. For several 
years people came for miles in the country to use these 
telephones . 

The company began to extend the lines and by 19 00 they 
had three thousand subscribers. Around 1912 a move was 
started to organize local telephone companies all over the 
country. 

The Readyville Home Telephone company was one of the 
first in Rutherford County. Stocks were sold, and a house 
was built for the exchange where Mr. Holmes' store had been. 

People donated poles and gave their services to help 
build lines. Soon nearly every home in the community for 
miles around had a telephone. The lines extended out every 
country road, and across fields and woodlands. 



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It was well organized with officers and a Board of 
Directors. Mr. Sidney Drennan was the first President. 
Mr. Will Shelton succeeded him. Mr. J. VJ . Brevard and 
Mr. Sam Wharton were the Secretary-Treasurers. 

Ethel Hammond was the first operator. She was soon 
succeeded by Mrs. Jennie Mae McBroom. Her husband had died 
recently, and she and her children were moved into the 
telephone house, where they lived for many years. Mrs. 
McBroom rendered a wonderful service to the community. 
She was able to keep up with everything and everybody. 

If someone called for a doctor she might say, "He has 
gone to see Mr. Jim Smith. I'll ring over there and catch 
him for you." Mrs. Claude McBroom did a lot of pinch- 
hitting at the switchboard during those years. 

Mr. Bricey Richardson was the manager and lineman for 
a long time. He was succeeded by Mr. Jess Cawthon . His 
family lived in the Exchange house. Mrs. Cawthon and the 
children took care of the switchboard and Mr. Cawthon "rode" 
the lines and mended the telephones. The lines needed to 
be rebuilt and more people were asking for telephones. 
Expansion was going to be expensive. 

The Dekalb Telephone Company bought the Woodbury 
Exchange. They wanted to come all the way to Readyville. 
Southern Bell also wanted to extend its lines to Readyville. 
Finally in 1959 a compromise was worked out, and the 
Readyville Home Telephone Company was sold. 



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Peake's Hill was used as the dividing line. Telephones 
east of the hill were put on the Woodbury Exchange, and 
those to the west of the hill on Murfreesboro . There were 
more than three hundred subscribers on the Readyville 
Exchange and it had served the community well for nearly 
fifty years. 
SOURCES: 

Mr. W. H. King 

Mrs. Claude McBroom 

Miss Margaret Brevard 

Mr. Jess Cawthon 

OUTSTANDING EVENTS 

Perhaps the most outstanding event that was ever 
experienced by the people in the Readyville Community was 
the flood of March 1902. 

In the days of early exploration and settlement, 
perhaps about 1776, Uriah Stone and a party of hunters came 
to this area and found a large river. They named it "Stone's 
River," in honor of Uriah Stone. It was thought that Mr. 
Stone explored it from the mouth where it ran into the Cumber- 
land near Donelson, to its source, which was a large spring 
at the foot of Short Mountain. He came back later and built 
his cabin near the spring. 

The stream which flows from this spring is fed by all 
the other springs, branches, and creeks which flow westward 



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from the eastern part of Cannon County. It has become a 
large river by the time it reaches Readyville . 

It was a mild spring of March, 1902, and farmers 
were plowing their fields, getting ready for planting their 
crops. A rainy spell set in toward the last of the month. 
It rained constantly for about a week. All the streams 
poured their waters into Stones River. 

By the middle of the week it was getting out of banks. 
By the end of the week. Stones River was at flood stage and 
was really on a rampage. People began moving stock to higher 
ground, and some left their homes, but for many it was too 
late. 

By the time it reached Readyville, the river whose 
channel was usually about thirty feet had become a roaring 
current more than a mile wide. By Saturday afternoon the 
rain had stopped, and for miles along the waters edge people 
stood and watched their houses, barns, cattle, sheep, hogs, 
logs, fences, trees and newly plowed soil go down the roar- 
ing river. Every bridge was washed away from Short Mountain 
to Donelson, where Stones River empties into the Cumberland. 
Some people were caught across the river from their homes. 
They hurriedly made rafts and canoes, and for several days 
Stones River became a navigable stream. No one could ever 
estimate the damage that had been done. 



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LANDMARKS 

The Comers 

Perhaps the outstanding landmarks in the Readyville 
Community are the mill and two houses. Charles Ready 
settled here in 1802. No doubt he built a log cabin at that 
time. One record says that he built another house in 1804, 
but a letter written in 1829 by his son-in-law, James Holmes, 
who married Mary Ready, states that, "Mr. Ready plans to 
build an elegant house, the bricks for which are now ready." 
The latter date seems more likely to be true. The remains 
of the kiln where the slaves fired the brick were found in 
the corner of a field across the road from the house a few 
years ago. 

Goodspeeds' History of Tennessee says it was one of the 
first brick houses in the county. It was a large three 
story Colonial type red brick house, with walls eighteen 
inches thick. It had a portico with white columns in front. 

Colonel Ready named it "The Corners," as it was located 
in the corner where two roads crossed. The wide wainscoated 
hall, with a winding stairway, separated the tall-ceilinged 
parlours from the dining room and family room. 

In 18 3 6 when Cannon County was formed, the line 
separating Rutherford and Cannon counties was drawn down the 
center of this hall, making part of the house to be in 
Rutherford County and part in Cannon County. The bedrooms 



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on the second floor were for the boys and girls. A stair- 
way in the dining room led to the boys room. 

The third story was one large room, and served different 
purposes. Very likely it was used as an over-flow bedroom, 
when such guests as President Andrew Jackson were there. 
The house was used as an Inn for stage coach travelers. 
Andrew Jackson frequently stayed there on his way to and 
from Washington before and after he became President. 

The attic was used to cultivate silk-worms. The large 
third story room might have been where the weaving was done. 
Mr. Ready had a dream of developing the silk industry here. 
He secured a quantity of silk worms, and planted mulberry 
trees all around his garden and orchard. Some of the trees 
are there today. The silk worms did not thrive in this 
climate, and after some years the project was abandoned. 
The third story was taken off when the children grew up 
and married, and a new roof was needed. 

A brick walkway, or dog-run, led from the east door 
of the dining room to a large kitchen, where food was pre- 
pared in great quantities for the family and slaves. 
Quarters for the slaves were cabins at the back of the house. 

As Colonel Ready was considered one of the wealthiest 
men in the county, the furnishings were the best of the 
times. Wall scones held lighted candles, iron-stone china 
and silver filled cupboards. Love-seats and rocking chairs 
were in the parlour. Four-poster and trundle beds, chests 
of drawers and large wardrobes were in every bedroom. The 



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only closets in the house were under the stairways. The 
deep recessed windows in the parlour and dining room had 
lace curtains and a Brussels carpet was on the parlour 
floor. 

When Colonel Ready died in 1859, his daughter, Jane, 
Mrs. Peter Talley, and her husband bought the house. The 
house played a part in the Civil War. Mrs. Talley served 
dinner to Nathan Bedford Forrest and his Raiders on July 13, 
1862, as they were on their way from McMinnville to deliver 
Murfreesboro from the "Yankees." 

After the Battle of Stones River, Colonel Hazen's 
Brigade retreated to Readyville. He took this house to be 
his headquarters as long as they were in this area. 

Mrs. John Macon bought the farm from the Talleys in 
1886. It had been in the Ready family for eighty four years. 
During the next twenty four years the house changed owners 
four times, and came to be in great need of repair. 

The Lawrence Barker family have owned the place for 
over sixty years, and have restored the house to its original 
elegance and beauty. The original tallow candles have been 
replaced by electric, crystal chandeliers in the parlour, 
hall, and dining room. Heat from the log fireplace is 
supplemented by electric heaters throughout the house. 

A new kitchen now joined to the house is electrically 
equipped, and is supplied by water from a city pipe line 
instead of buckets from the spring and well, as is also the 
tiled bathroom. 



The parlour, bedrooms, and a den which has taken the 
place of the dog-run to the original kitchen, are furnished 
today with beautiful antique furniture, typical of the period 
when the house was built. 

Mr. John Lawrence Barker bought the house in 1909. 
He married Elizabeth Hall in 1911, and lived there until he 
died in 1957. His daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack Oliver, are the present owners of "The Corners." 
SOURCES: 

Goodspeeds History of Tennessee 

Census Reports 1810-1850 

Rutherford County Deed Book Vol. 1 

Sims: History of Rutherford County 

Brown : History of Woodbury and Cannon County 

HILL CREST 

Major John Howard Wood was born in Iredall County, 
North Carolina, March 16, 180 3. His father, John Wood, came 
to Tennessee about 1808, and settled in the valley below 
Woodbury. One record shows that he owned 5,000 acres of land. 
He had eight children, and gave each one of them a farm when 
they married. 

John Howard married Roxanna Sutton in 1827, and received 
his land near Readyville where he built a log cabin near a 
spring. Their oldest child was born at Readyville in 1828. 

In 1845 Major John H. Wood built a typical Southern 
mansion on top of a hill, one mile south of Readyville. 



1 1 



Major Wood had come to own hundreds of acres of land and 
many slaves. He had much work for them to do. 

Along the road going up the hill to the house he had 
a double rock fence built. Soil was filled in between the 
two rows of rock, and flowers were planted on top, which 
made a beautiful and spectacular sight on the approach to 
the house. 

The house was placed on the crest of the hill, with 
a view for miles into the valley below. It was a tall, 
white weather-boarded two-story house, with an upper and 
lower portico extending across the front supported by six 
white columns. 

On approaching the house one is struck with the 
beauty of two tall chimneys, made of dressed limestone rock, 
at the east and west ends of the house. There is similar 
beauty in the stone of the large fireplaces inside the 
front rooms. The entrance hall with a winding stairway, 
had a 20 X 20 high ceilinged room on each side. There were 
two doors at the back of the hall, one opened onto a long, 
wide porch on the east side. 

At the right of the hall was the parlour, with large- 
paned, glass windows in front. On the left was the family 
room, which had, in addition to the large front windows, 
smaller windows on each side of the large fireplace. 
Behind this room was the dining room. 

The bedrooms were on each side of the hall upstairs, 
and a front door led onto the top portico. The left side 



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door at the back of the hall opened on a stairway which led 
down to a full-sized basement, where the kitchen was located. 
The hills in the area provided an abundance of limestone 
rock for building. Some of the slaves must have been expert 
craftsmen, for the stones in the chimneys, fireplaces and 
basement show signs of rare skill in masonry and unusual 
beauty. The walls of the basement, which made the founda- 
tion of the house, were made of dressed rock twelve inches 
thick. Six oak sills above were hand-hewn with an axe, out 
of logs fifty feet and ten inches long, and twelve inches 
wide. The floor was covered with dressed stone slabs three 

by six feet. 

Part of this basement, called "a cellar" in those days, 
was used for storage. There were shelves no doubt, filled 
with jams, jellies, pickles and jars of canned fruit; bins 
of potatoes, apples, and pumpkins. 

The most interesting room in the house was the kitchen, 
which was on the east side of the basement, with a door 
opening out into the yard. The large stone fireplace, 
where the cooking was done was indeed a work of art. The 
cranes, hooks, copper kettles and candle molds gave evidence 
that this was the most important room in the house, for to 
provide food for the family and slaves, this fireplace was 
kept in constant use, and the fire never went out. 

There is no wonder that it took four years to complete 
tlie house, and it was considered one of the finest m the 



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Readyville area. Major Wood was one of the most influential 
citizens of Rutherford County and especially in the Ready- 
ville Community. 

Major and Mrs. Wood had ten children. One sad experience 
which they had was in losing three of them in one year. It 
is thought that perhaps two were killed in the Civil War. 
They were buried in the family graveyard near the house - 
Benjamin born in 1832, died in November 1862; James born in 
1848, died in July 1863; Mary born in 1850, died in August 1863. 

Major Wood died at "Hill Crest" November 3, 1879 and is 
buried in the family graveyard. His son, John Sutton Wood, 
inherited this home. 

In 1892 Dr. J. H. Dickens bought the place for his 
nephews. Mr. Forest Dickens and his family lived there until 
191U when Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Barker bought it. The house 
remained as it was originally built in the 1840 's until 1969. 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barker, the present owners, renovated the 
entire house. 

The white weatherboarding was taken off and replaced 
with white brick. The upper portico was removed. The 
chimneys showed damage by time and weather. The stones were 
cleaned and repointed. 

A dining room was added behind the parlour where the 
east porch had been. The hall and front rooms were re-decorated, 
and a tiled bathroom was put under the stairway. 

Behind these was built an electrically equipped kitchen 
and breakfast room, with windows across the north side 



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looking out on the fields and pastures below. To the west 

has been added a large pantry, utility room and serving 

room. 

The dining room which was behind the family room on 

the west side, has been turned into a den with a bath, and 

one wall covered with shelves for books and trophies. 

Cabinets and closets fill every possible space. 

A bathroom has been added upstairs, and the bedrooms 

redecorated for three husky boys. 

The fireplaces can still be used, but the house is now 

heated, lighted and fully equipped with electricity. The 
basement has been extended under the new rooms, with another 
stairway and bath, and space for a recreation room. The 
only room that is not changed is the old kitchen in the base- 
ment, with its large fireplace, stone walls and floor. It 
maintains the atmosphere of a period that is gone forever - 
more than a hundred years ago. 

THE OLD MILL 

Of necessity, the early settlers built their log cabins 
near a spring. The second need was bread. When Charles 
Ready came here in 1802 the closest mill seems to have been 
in Sumner County, which was many miles away. No doubt Mrs. 
Ready and the slaves ground their meal by hand in a pestle 
most of the time. 

In 1812 Charles Ready built a grist mill on the river, 
near his home. It met a great need for the entire area. 



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People came for miles with their "turns" of corn, and the 
mill soon became a very profitable business. 

It is today, 1974, the only fulltime water-powered 
mill in operation in Middle Tennessee, and is famous for 
the high quality of meal and flour it produces. 

Peter Talley, Charles Ready's son-in-law, became the 
miller and after Mr. Ready's death in 1859, his son Francis 
Talley helped his father with the mill. He conceived the 
idea of building a dam, which would feed a mill-race for a 
sawmill as well as for the grist mill. Sometime near the 
Civil War the mill burned. 

Robert Carter bought the site and re-built the mill, 
and added a wheat mill to grind flour. In 1889 he sold the 
mill to Mr. W. B. Hayes. Due to the destruction of houses 
and barns during the Civil War, there was a great need for 
the sawmill. People brought their logs for many miles to the 
Readyville mill. A great tragedy occurred there in 1894. 

Mr. Bill Bradley was a "Yankee Soldier" who came back 
here to live after the Civil War. He was a skilled sawyer 
and had worked at the mill for years. He was expert in 
turning off lumber as the logs were rolled onto the carriage. 

One day in 1894 a big log was rolling up to the saw. 
As Mr. Bradley leaned over to adjust the belt his foot 
slipped. He fell on the saw and it cut his body in half. 

The men standing by were struck dumb with horror and 
finally someone thought to stop the saw. A man jumped on a 
horse and ran after Dr. Hall. Mr. Bradley was one of his 



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nearest neighbors. When he got there nothing could be done 
except to take the body home. Dr. Hall rode ahead to tell 
Mrs. Bradley, and Mr. Bud Cox drove a spring wagon with the 
body to his home. The effect of the tragedy hovered over 
the mill for a long time. 

Mr. W. B. Hayes died and his son, Sam, took over the 
mill in 1894. His brother-in-law, Arthur McFerrin, everybody 
called him "Rat," soon joined him. They began to make 
improvements and the mill took a new life. They started 
advertising "King of Patents," flour, whole wheat flour and 
water ground meal. The mill did a thriving business. 

During the warm summer months people drove to Murfrees- 
boro for ice. Sometimes it was half melted when they got 
home. Ice cream surely was a luxury in those days. "Mr. 
Rat" was a natural-born mechanic. He conceived the idea of 
developing an ice plant at the mill. His mechanical talent 
went to work, and in a short time Readyville had a plant 
which supplied ice to people for many miles in all directions, 

After a few years Carl and Fred Adams got a truck and 
delivered ice to homes all over the surrounding area. Their 
father. Dr. Adams, later bought the plant and moved it to 
Woodbury. 

"Mr. Rat" developed a small electric plant to make 
the ice. He soon saw the possibility of enlarging the dynamo 
and developing an electric light plant at the mill. Soon 
all the houses in Readyville had electric lights, the first 
rural village known to have electricity. 



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Senator George Norris was a man of vision and a "dreamer 
of dreams." He saw the possibility of harnessing the power 
that was going to waste in our waterways and turning it 
into electrical power for the benefit of mankind. 

He presented a bill to Congress, and finally after 
years and months of Congressional debating and political 
bickering, a bill was passed in 1932 creating the Tennessee 
Valley Authority. The Middle Tennessee Electric Membership 
Corporation was chartered in 19 37. "Following World War II 
a major expansion program was undertaken to try to provide 
service to all who asked for it," so TVA bought the rights 
and the little electric plant at the Readybille mill became 
a part of the giant power system of TVA. 

In 19 35 Mr. Leslie Justice bought the mill. He did some 
remodeling and put in new bins for flour and meal. His son, 
Ray, helped run the mill for several years. 

The mill has capacity to turn out 6,000 pounds of plain 
or self-rising flour a day, and 4,000 pounds of meal. But 
it seldom operates at full capacity. Mr. Justice says that 
this is perhaps the only mill in Tennessee that still caters 
to the "deposit system," that has been a practice for a 
hundred years. 

At threshing time the farmers in the community sell 
part of their wheat, but bring enough to supply their bread 
during the year, and deposit it on the top floor of the mill. 
It is ground as they need it. Trucks deliver the mill 
products to stores over a twenty mile radius. Most of the 



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business comes from Woodbury, Murfreesboro, McMinnville 
and Manchester. Tourists frequently stop and buy. 

Mr. Justice decided to retire in 1971 and sold the mill 
to Mr. Joe Flipsey, a Vietnam veteran, who was interested 
in getting the mill into the program for the Preservation 
of Antiquities . 

Just across the bridge over Stones River a sign has 
stood for many years beside Highway 70S, with an arrow point- 
ing to the left which says: 

Readyville Mills 

Manufactors of King of Patents flour — Whole 
Wheat Flour--Water Ground Meal and Pountry 
Feed. 

In 1973 Mr. Bill Carigman bought the mill and specializes 
in grinding whole wheat flour and the mill that started 
grinding in 1812 is grinding still "down by the old mill 
stream. " 
SOURCES: 

Goodspeeds History of Tennessee 

Rober Kollar, Tennessean Magazine 

Leslie Justice 

Joe Flipsey 

The Story of TVA 



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THE ARTIST AT STONE'S RIVER 
Homer Pittard 

There was a time when the United States Park Service ranked 
the Stone-s River National Battlefield as a "B" grade facility. 
This meant, of course, that the winter struggle two miles west 
of the town limits was somewhat less than of prime importance in 
the outcome of the Civil War. Thus, it was not a pivotal battle 
in the assessment of the Park Service historians. 

Yet, later judgments have placed Stone's River at the well- 
spring of the Union strategy to sever the South in half. This 
proved to be successful as the Blue legions moved relentlessly 
from Murfreesboro to Chattanooga, to Atlanta, and then to Savannah. 
This segmentation served to destroy or drastically impair the 
movement of food supplies and ordnance from the deep South to 
the armies in the East and to other fields of operations. At 
this early period in the war, late 1=862, at Murfreesboro, the 
first fatal step may have been taken in the total dissolution of 
the Confederacy. 

in many ways the battle of Stone's River was one of indecision 
and blatant errors that was presided over by probably the two 
most inept field commanders on both sides. General Braxton Bragg, 
Confederate Army of Tennessee and Major General William Starke 
Rosecrans, Union Army of the Cumberland. The battle opened on 
December 31, 1862 with a magnificent strategy that would have 
titillated the most erudite West Point professor (Bragg and 
Rosecrans were both graduates of the Military Academy). As the 
day progressed, the battle plan, particularly that developed by 
Rosecrans, began to segment and crumble. When darkness came, an 



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elated Bragg dictated a telegraphic message to Richmond which 
read, in part, "The field is ours. . . God has granted us a 
happy New Year!" Indeed he had won the battle. Next day, the 
New Year was relatively quiet with only occasional exploratory 
firing and some repositioning of troops by both armies. To 
complete his task. General Bragg, in the late afternoon of 
January 2, sent Brickenridge ' s division against a Union division 
deployed in a damaging position across the River. Regarded as 
a foolhardy maneuver, the Confederate division charged headlong 
into a concentration of masked batteries and was repulsed with 
great losses. That night and the following day, Bragg sat pondering 
in his tent. Had he won the battle? At another place on the 
field, Rosecrans struggled in the same quandry. But it was left 
to the Confederate general to break the deadlock. Grumblings 
from his division commanders, his peculiar talent for indecision, 
and his proclivity for overestimating his opponent, caused him 
to order a general retreat of the army at midnight on January 3. 
Thereby, Bragg inadvertently gave the first impetus to the long 
road leading to Appomattox. 

For some reason, the photographer with his wet plates and 
springwagon was a scarce commodity at Stone's River. Only two 
pictures related to the period are known to exist. One depicts 
contraband (Negroes) working on the railroad near Murf reesboro . 
The other is a broadside of the courthouse probably taken in 1863 
or 1864 with the photographer's tripod resting some one hundred 
yards down East Main Street. It was therefore left to the field 
artist and later lithographers to record the battle for posterity. 



Artists known to have made some depictions of the struggle and 
of related subjects were Alfred Mathews, Henry Lovie, Henry R. Huber, 
and F. B. Schell. m most cases, rough sketches replete with 
scrawled instructions were forwarded the publisher's home office 
and there an artist would develop and complete the drawing. Many 
of these appeared in the "Life" magazine of the day. Harper's 
^^^^^y ^i^d Frank Leslies Illustrated Newspaper . 

Some of the drawings appear on the following pages. Most of 
these are from the files of avid collector Walter King Hoover 
of Smyrna, Tennessee. 

Key to Artists' Sketches on Following Three Pages: 

1. Not identified: possibly Brig. Gen. Phillip Sheridan's second 
£°^'"^^°" between Wilkerson's Pike(Manson) and Franklin Road, 



2. 



December 31, 1862. Artist: Alfred Mathews 

Stylized drawing depicting opening of battle on Franklin Road, 
Unknown. 



Artist 



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11. 



3. Deserted Confederate camp after battle. From Harper's Weekly. 

4. Retreat of Confederate army after battle, January 4 , 1863^ 

From Harper ' s Weekly . 

5. Boarding the cars to Mur f reesboro . From Soldi ers of the Civil 
War . — i^^ 

6. Center of Army, January 2, 1863. Probably division of Br^'g 
Gen. James Scott Negley along Nashville Pike. Artist: Henrv 
R. Huber. ^ 

7. Maj. Gen William Rosecrans' headquarters on Nashville Pike 
Source: Battles and Leaders . 

8. Disciples of Christ Church on East Main Street in Murf reesboro . 
Brig. Gen. James Abram Garfield held services here. Present 
site of Main Street Church of Christ. Source: Battles and 
Leaders . 

9. Maj. Gen. William Rosecrans' Headquarters in Murf reesboro . 
Keeble house now site of Delbridge's Studios. Source: Battles 

and Leaders . 

Murfreesboro in 1863. Sketched from a point near present 
Elvie McFadden School. Source: Harper ' s Weekly . 
Hazen's Brigade Monument on Stone's River Battlefield is 
regarded as the oldest monument to Civil War dead in the country. 
Locale for a short story by Ambrose Bierce. Source: Battles 
and Leaders. 



12 



Batteries of Guenther and Loomis along Nashville Pike. "Round 
Forest" is in distance. Source: Battles and Leaders. 



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13. Nashville Pike bridge across Stone's River. Section of 
Fortress Rosecrans in background. Source: Battles and 
Leaders . 

14. Counterattack of Negley's Division across Stone's River at 
McFadden's Ford, January 2, 1863. Artist is F. B. Schell, 
from Harper ' s Weekly centerfold. 

15. Confederate General Braxton Bragg' s headquarters in Murfrees- 
boro. Location uncertain. Source: Battles and Leaders . 

16. Union counterattack on Confederate right. Probably Brig. Gen. 
Richard Johnson's division, December 31, 1862. Artist unknown. 

17. Counterattack of Brig. Gen. James Scott Negley's division at 
McFadden's Ford across Stone's River, January 2, 1863. Artist: 
Alfred Mathews. Note other version by F. B. Schell. 

18. Brig. Gen. Joe Wheeler destroying McCook's wagon train at 
Lavergne, December 31, 1862, just prior to the opening of the 
battle of Stone's River. Artist: The Nashville Banner' s 
Bissel 1 . 

19. Death of Lt. Col. Julius Peter Garesche, Rosecrans' Chief of 
Staff, December 31, 1862. A sketch by Henry Lovie for Harper' s 
Weekly . Finished drawing probably never completed. 

20. Burial of Lt. Col. Julius Peter Garesche near present Hazen's 
Brigade Monument. Garesche' s remains were later removed to 
Washington, D.C. 

21. Stylized sketch representing battle of Stone's River from the 
Currier and Ives series. 

22. Searching for the dead and wounded at Stone's River. Source 
and artist unknown. 

23. From a rare Kurz and Allison lithograph of Stone's River. The 
artist for the Chicago lithographers (1891) attempted to embody 
the two-day battle into one sketch. 

24. A Confederate eye view of the eminence at McFadden's Ford. 
Source: Battles and Leaders . 



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41 

Population Schedule of the Third Census of the 

United States 1810 

Rutherford County, Tennessee 

This alphabetical listing was prepared from Microcopy 252 Roll # 63, 
The film is clear and in good condition. At the junction of sheets, 
some names are not to legible. A comparison was made with a copy 
prepared by Miss Martha Lou Houston in 1933 from the original Census 
Reports in the custody of the U. S. Census Bureau, Washington, D. C. 
The Houston copy was prepared for the Department of Archives and 
History of the State of Tennessee. 

In this listing age brackets are shown as a heading on each sheet. 
Classification for Note "A" is: 

"All other free persons, except Indians, not taxed." 
Other indications are: 

* Town of Jefferson. (Only town in the County at this time.) 

** The Houston report listed names that could not be found and 
since her transcription was made from the Original, it's reasonable 
to add these names. 

Schedule of the whole number of persons within the division was 
allotted to Ezekiel Dickson. Total number of inhabitants in Rutherford 
County, according to the Census, was 10,231. Breakdown of each age 
group is shown on last page. 

Thanks are due to Mrs, Ladelle Craddook for the preparation of this 
form, and to Mrso Katherine Walkup, Mrs. Lillian Johnson and Miss 
Dora Thompson for the hours spent in checking this listing. 

Henry G. Wray. 1974 



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HEAD OF FAMILY 


UN- 10 16 26 Ov- SEE 
DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Abbott, David 


M , 1 8 
F 


Acklin, Chris 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Adams, William 


M 2 2 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Adoook, Andrew 


M 2 1 

F 1 


Adoook, Bennet 


M 2 1 

F 1 11 


Adoock, John 


M 2 3 4 1 
F 2 1 


Adkins, William 


M 2 11 2 
F 1 1 1 


Affliok, David 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Alexander, James 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 1 


Alexander, John 


M 1 2 1 
F 3 1 1 


Alexander, John W. 


MS 1 
F 2 1 


Alexander, Prichett 


M 2 1 

F 2 1 1 


Allen, James 


Mil 1 
F 3 1 


Allison, Joseph 


Mil 
F 1 1 


Alsop, William 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Anderson, Margaret 


M 1 

F 1 


Anderson, William 


Ml 14 
F 


Andrew, David 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Andrew, Margaret 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 1 2 1 


Anthony, John 


Mil 3 
F 1 1 1 


Anthony, Lewis 


M 2 1 2 

F 1 1 


♦Armstrong, James L. 


M 15 
F 4 1 


Amet, Samuel 


M 4 1 1 1 
F 1 1 


Arnold, Daroas 


M 3 12 

F 111 


Arnold, John 


M 1 2 1 1 3 
F 1 11 


Arnold, Peter 


M 3 1 1 1 
F 2 12 1 


Arnold, William 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 



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Arons, Aaron 


M , 1 

F 3 1 1 


Ashley, Thomas 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Asklns, George 


M 11 1 
F 11 1 


Askins, Jane 


Mil 1 
F 3 1 1 


Atwell, George 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Austin, Levi 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Baird, William 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Baker, Abraham 


M 1 
F 4 1 


Baker, Ben 


M 1 
F 1 


Baker, Conrad 


M 2 
F 2 


Bedcer, John 


M 2 1 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Baker, Joshua 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 1 


Ballentine, Charles 


M 1 

F 3 11 


Ballew, Joseph 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Bankhead, John 


Ml 1 9 
F 3 1 1 


Bankhead, Robert 


M 1 3 1 
F ,1 111 


Banton, Lewis 


M 2 11 12 
F 1 1 


Barfield, Fred 


M 2 11 13 
F 2 1 1 


Barfield, James 


M 13 

F 


Barkley, James 


M 112 
Fill 1 


Barkley, John 


M 2 3 1 4 
F 11 


Barks, Samuel 


M 1 1 2 1 
F 1 1 


Barksdale, Nathaniel 


M 2 1 1 1 10 
F 4 3 1 1 


Bam, Nancy 


M 12 1 

F 11 1 


Bamhill, Alexander 


M 4 11 

F 1 


Barr, Isaao 


M 11 

F 1 1 


Barr, Isaao, Jr. 


M 1 
F 2 1 



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Barr, Silas 


M , 1 
F 1 1 


Barrentine, James 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Barton, Da-rid 


M 14 1 4 
F 1 


Barton, Joshua 


M 2 1 3 
F 2 1 


Barton, Swinfield 


Ml 2 
F 1 1 


Baskins, William 


Ml 11 
F 2 1 


Bass, James 


Mill 1 30 
F 2 1 1 


Bass, John 


Mil 6 
F 1 


Bass, Thomas 


Ml d 
F 1 1 


Baugher, Jacob 


M 2 2 1 
F 1 111 


Baiter, David 


M 3 4 1 1 
F 1 12 1 


Bayley, William 


MS 14 
F 1 1 1 


Bayly, Chaiopion 


M 2 1 11 
F 4 111 


BeaUc, John 


Ml 1 

F 1 


Bean, Dan 


M 3 13 1 
F 2 4 


Bean, John 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Bean, Samuel 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Beasley, Solomon 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Beatty, William F. 


M 1 8 

F 


Beckton, Fred E. 


M 3 11 20 
F 2 1 


Bedford, Ann 


Ml 2 6 
F 11 


Bedford, Robert 


M 2 1 5 1 34 
F 2 111 


Bell, James 


Mil 1 1 
F 4 11 


Benge, 0. M. 


M 3 1 1 7 

F 3 1 11 


Berry, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Berry, Thomas 


M 4 1 1 1 
F 1 


* Beshano, Clarxssa 


M 11 

F 



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BoTens, Samuel 


M 2, 1 

F 2 11 


Beverly, Ishaai 


M 2 1 

F 1 


Beyers, Thomas 


M 1 
F 1 


Bevliis, Fielder 


M 11 

F 1 1 


Beylns, Leonard 


M 4 1 2 1 
F 1 


Bishop, Beal 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 1 


Bishop, Jeremiah 


M 2 ill 
F 3 2 11 


Black, Samuel P. 


M 2 3 4 1 6 

F 1 1 


Blaokman, Alfred 


Mil 3 

F 1 


Blaokman, James 


Ml 2 1 12 
F 2 111 


Blaolcwell, Nowell 


? 


Blair, George 


M ^ 1 1 
F 1 


Blair, Sarah 


M 3 

F 1 1 


Boatrlght, Daniel 


Ml 12 

F 1 


Boatright, Daniel 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 11 


Booth, George C. 


M 1 3 1 1 8 
F 2 1 


Bowl en, James 


M 11 
F 1 2 1 


Bamaan, Demiel 


M 2 2 1 
F 11 1 


Bowman, Jas. 


M 2 1 9 
F 3 


BowBfln, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 1 


Bowman, John 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Bowman, Samuel 


M 2 2 1 20 

F 4 1 


Boyer, Kliza 


M 

F 2 1 


Boyer, Henry 


M 3 1 
F 1 2 1 


Boyles, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 


Bradford, James 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Bradford, Robert 


M 2 1 
F 2 111 



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Bradley, John 


M , 2 1 2 
F, 2 1 1 


Brady, Fred 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Brady, Jeremiah 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Brady, Jeremiah 


Ml 2 1 

F 1 


Brady, Joseph 


M 2 111 

F 1 2 11 


Brandon, Cornelius 


MS 1 
F 1 1 


Brannon, George 


M 2 11 1 
F 4 1 . 1 


Brawley, Hugh P. 


M 1 1 2 1 
r 2 11 


Bray, Henry 


M 3 1 
F 2 1 


Brazel, George 


Mill 1 
F 11 


Briles, Mathias 


Ml 1 
F 3 2 1 


Brookeen, Darid 


M 2 111 
F 5 12 


Brothers, John 


M 3 1 1 4 
F 1 


Brown, John 


M 4 1 1 
F 1 1 


Brown, Leonard 


M 1 
F 1 


Brown, Samuel 


Mil 1 1 
F 2 1 


Brown, Thomas 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Brown, William 


Ml 1111 
F 2 1 1 


Brown, William 


M 3 2 1 5 
F 3 1 


Brown, Zaohariah 


M 3 111 
F 1 1 1 


Browning, Jacob 


M 2 1 

F 2 1 1 


Bruoe, Anderson 


M 2 1 
F 3 2 1 


Bruce, Martha 


M 1 

F 1 1 


Bruoe, Thomas 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Brumbelow, Ed 


M 11 
F 1 


Brunts, Solonon 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Bryan, Needham 


M 1 10 
F 2 1 



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Bryant, David 


M , 2 1 
F 2 1 


Buchaneoi, George 


Ml 1 

F 4 11 


Buokner, William 


M 4 1 26 5 

F 2 2 1 


Bullard, John 


M 2 1 4 
F 2 2 1 


Billiard, Joseph 


Ml 1-5 
F 1 2 1 


Burgess, John 


M 1 13 

F 


Burks, James 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Burleson, David 


M 13 11 
F 1 1 


Burleson, John 


Mil 1 
F 4 1 1 


Burlison, Moses 


M 3 2 1 
F 2 1 


Burlison, William 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Burnet, Joseph 


M 2 15 
F 1 1 


Burnett, Brooking 


Ml 11 10 
F 1 1 


Burnett, Reuben 


Mil 5 
F 2 


Burnett, Robert 


M 3 1 3 
F 2 1 


Burnett, William 


M 5 1 16 
F 1 1 1 


Burrus, Charles 


M 1 12 
F 4 111 


Btirrus, Joseph 


M 2 2 1 1 37 
F 3 1 


Burton, Gideon 


Ml 111 
F 4 3 11 


Burton, John 


M 2 2 1 1 2 

F 1 


Caldwell, William 


Ml- 11 
F 1 11 


Calton, Benajah 


M 1 

F 11 


Calton, Thomas 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Calvert, John 


M 2 1 

F 2 1 1 


Campbell, Samuel 


M 1 1 1 1 10 
F 3 1 1 


Cannon, Joseph 


M 3 1 2 
F 1 1 


Cnnnon, Theopholis A« 


Ml 1 3 
F 1 1 



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Carey, Thomas 


M 2, 1 1 
F 2 1 


Carmlchael, Alexander 


M 111 

F 1 


Camnhan, Andrew 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Games, Alexander 


M 2 1 5 
F 1 


Carney, Joseph 


M 18 
F 1 


Carney, William 


Ml 1 7 
F 1 


Carson, Robert 


M 111 1 

F 1 


Carter, John 


M 3 1 

F 1 1 


Carter, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Carter, William 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Caswell, Sally 


Ml 40 
F 1 1 


Cathey, Alexander 


M 1 6 1 
F 3 2 11 


Cauthom, Phil Go 


Mil 

F 3 1 


Chaff in, Jesse 


M 2 19 
F 2 1 1 


Chafin, Robert 


M 4 1 1 
F 13 1 


Chamberlain, Thomas 


M 5 11 
F 2 1 


Cherry, James 


M 1 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Childress, Anna j or 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 1 


Childress, Aimajor 


M 1 
F 2 2 


Childress, Joel 


M 2 1 16 
F 2 1 


Childress, Stephen 


M 2 2 1 

F 2 1 


Chism, Alexander 


M 1 

F 1 1 


Chism, Zaohariah 


M 2 

F 1 


Christian, John 


M 2 2 
F 1 2 


Christopher, Thomas 


M 3 2 1 
F 1 1 


Clark, DaTld 


M 4 11 
F 2 1 


Clark, Jesse 


M 2 1 
F 2 2 11 



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Clark, C. John 


M 1, 2 1 1 
F 3 1 


Clemonts, James 


M 2 111 
F 111 


Clements, John 


Ml 1 
F 2 


Clottse, Sllsha 


M 4 1 
F 2 1 


Cochran, James 


M 3 1 1 

F 1 1 11 


Coffee, John 


M 11 9 
F 1 


Cole, John 


M 2 1 1 1 2 

F 2 1 1 


Coleman, Benjamin 


M 2 1 3 
F 2 1 


Coleman, Gordon 


M 11 
F 1 12 


Coleman, Joseph 


M 4 1 
F 1 2 


Colley, Seignier 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Collier, Charles 


M 14 
F 3 1 


Comer, Adam 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Conn, Richard 


M 1 2 1 
F 3 11 


Conway, Henry- 


M 2 1 6 
F 1 1 


Conway, William 


M 11 

F 2 1 


Cook, John 


M 3 2 1 
F 1 1 2 


Cook, Joseph 


M 2 19 
F 2 1 1 


Cook, Kirhy 


M 2 2 1 
F 3 1 1 


Cook, William 


M 4 2 1 6 
F 3 12 1 


Cooper, William 


M 1 
F 2 111 


Cooper, Zaoheiis 


Ml 11 
F 5 1 


Cotter, William 


M 12 1 
F 1 2 1 


Cotton, Caleb 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 


Covington, John 


M 2 2 1 6 

F 2 2 1 


Coz, Harman 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Cox, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 



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Craddook, John 


M ? 1 
F 1 


Craig, Hugh 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Crawford, John 


Ml 2 13 
F 2 1 


Crawford, Lazems 


M 1 1 10 

F 2 


Crookatt, David 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Cronester, Adam 


M 3 12 1 
F 1 1 1 


Crowdar, Philip 


M 3 1 
F 2 1 


Crownover, Doran 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Cummins, Richard 


M 1 
F 1 


Ciurry, John 


Ml 2 1 
F 2 1 


Dabnoy, Cornelius 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 2 1 


Daniel, Peter 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 


Darnell, Anderson 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 


Davidson, John 


Mil 1 4 
F 2 2 1 


Davidson, Josiah 


M 3 1 1 1 
F 1 111 


Davidson, William 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Davis, Ben 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Davis, Charles 


M 3 2 1 4 
F 1 11 


Davis, Daniel 


M 2 12 
F 1 


Davis, John 


M 4 1 2 1 
F 1 1 


Davis, John 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Davis, John. 


Ml 1 6 
F 3 111 


Davis, Luoket 


M 3 1 14 
F 1 1 1 


Davis, Sherwood 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Davis, Wiley J. 


MS 1 10 
F 1 1 


Davis, WilliaiP 


Ml 11 18 

F 2 11 


Degrafinroed, Abraham M. 


Ml 5 



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Dejamet, James 


M , 1 
F 2 1 


Deloaohe, William 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Dement, Abner 


M 11 1 
F 3 2 


Dement, Cader 


M 6 1 3 
F 1 1 


Deson, Absolom 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Deson, William 


M 3 1 
F 2 1 


Devolt, Jolm 


M 2 1 
F 2 .1 


Devore, James 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Dickey, David 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 1 


Diokson, Azabel 


M 1 
F 1 


Diokson, Szekiel 


M 2 2 2 4 

F 2 11 


Dickson, Fanny 


M 2 

F 1 1 


Dickson, Jolm, Ssq. 


M 11 
F 2 2 11 


Dickson, John 


M 1 2 1 5 
F 3 1 


Dickson, Joseph, Jr. 


M 3 1 
F 


Dickson, Joseph, Sr. 


M 1 1 13 

F 1 1 


Dickson, Robert 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Dodd, Daniel 


Ml 1 1 
F 2 1 


Donel, Thomas 


Ml 1 3 
F 1 1 


Dorharty, James 


M 3 16 
F 1 1 


Dotry, Tarler 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 1 


Douglas, Rodeham 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Douglass, Oeorge 


M 12 
F 


Drennen, Joseph 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Duckworth, John 


M 1 
F 3 - 1 1 1 


Dunaway, Samuol 


M 2 1 
F 4 1 


Dunaway, William 


M 1 

F 2 11 



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Duncan, William 


M 3, 1 1 
F 1 2 1 1 


Dmm, Thomas 


M 1 2 4 1 
F 2 11 1 


Dunnin, William 


M 2 11 1 
F 2 1 


Dyoiis, Daniel 


M 1 
F 1 1 


♦Dyer, Joel 


Ml 10 1 9 
F 3 2 2 


Dyer, John 


M 3 1 1 1 11 
F 3 1 


Dyer, Robert H. 


Ml 1 8 
F 3 1 1 


Sarwood, John 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 2 1 1 


Barwood, William 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 


Eaton, Isaao 


M 2 11 
F 1 11 


Edwards, Benjamin 


Ml 12 2 1 

F 1 


Sdwarda, Sdmond 


Ml 1 

F 1 


Edwards, John 


Ml 11 3 
F 1 1 


Edwards, Nicholas 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Edwards, Nicholas, Sr. 


M 1 
F 1 11 


Edwards, Owen 


M 2 1 1 1 10 
F 3 1 1 1 


Edwards, William 


M 17 
F 2 1 


SIcerd, Joseph 


M 2 2 1 
F 1 1 


Elam, Daniel 


M 1 2 1 1 4 
F 1 1 


Elam, Robert 


M 4 2 1 1 
F 1 


Elder, David 


M 5 2 1 
F 1 2 1 


Elliott, John 


M 1 4 1 1 1 
F 1 1 


Bppes, Daniel 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Eppes, Edward 


M 2 1 1 
F 3 1 1 


Erwin, George 


M 13 11 
F 11 


Erwin, John R. 


M 2 1 
F 4 1 


Erwin, Nimrod 


M 11 
F 1 



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Erwin, Robert 


M , 1 1 

F 4 111 


Sskrldge, Samuel 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 


Sspey, Alexander 


M 3 1 
F 2 1 


Sspey, James 


M 2 1 10 
Fill 1 


Evans, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 4 1 


BvnnB, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Featherstone , Jesse 


Ml 111 15 
F 1 1 


Featherstone , Presley 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Ferree, Andrew 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Fever, James 


M 2 1 3 
F 1 1 


Finoh, Edward 


M 11 
F 4 2 1 


Finoh, John 


M 1 2 1 
F 3 1 


Finny, William 


M 1 2 1 3 
F 2 1 


Flanagan, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 2 11 


Fleming, David 


M 2 1 6 
F 1 1 


Fleming, John 


M 3 1 7 
F 1 


Floyd, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Fonville, John 


M 2 2 1 8 
F 2 1 


Ford, James 


M 4 1 5 1 
F 13 11 


Fortenberry, David 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Fortenherry, Jacob 


M 2 2 11 
F 2 111 


Foster, Asa. 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Foster, George W. 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Foster, William 


M 2 1 1 
F 3 1 1 


Fowler, Hlohard 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


Fowler, Thomas 


M 3 1 1 
F 3 1 1 


Frederiolc, Hezekiah 


Ml 1 
F 1 



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]*reaoan, James 


M 4 , 11 2 
F 1 


PreeoEoan, Klnohen 


Ml 11 4 
F 2 11 


Freeman, Miles 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Freeman, William 


M 2 11 1 
F 5 1 1 


Fulerton, John 


M 12 
F 1 


Fullcs, John 


M 11 
F 1 1 1 


Fiillcs, Samuel 


Ml 1 
F 1 .1 


Fuller, Arthur 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Fuller, Henry 


Ml 1 4 
F 1 1 


Fuller, Littleton 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Fullerton, James 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Fulton, Thomas 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Gaither, Bely 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 


Gaither, Delai 


Ml 11 1 
F 2 111 


Gamble, William 


M 2 111 
F 3 1 2 


Gambull, John 


Ml 1 3 
F 5 1 


Gambull, Susanna 


M 2 11 1 
F 1 11 


Gamer, Obediah 


M 2 1 1 2 
F 1 1 


Garrison, Peter 


M 1 
F 1 


Garritt, Lewis 


MS 1 5 

F 1 


Gasaway, John 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Gasaway, Thomas 


M 1 
F 1 


Gentry, Elijah 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Gibbons, Elisabeth 


M 2 2 

F 1 


Gibbs, Miles 


M 1 
F 1 


Gibson, James 


M 11 

F 2 1 2 1 


Gillespie, George 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 



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Glllesplo, James 


Ml, 11 1 
F 2 11 1 


Gillespie, John 


M 4 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Gillespie, Samuel 


Mil 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Gilliam, William 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Gilliland, Jolm 


Ml 3 1 
F 2 2 1 


Gilliland, Joseph 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 11 1 


Glaso, John 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Goodman, Claybum 


M 4 2 1 7 
F 1 1 1 


Goodman, Claybum 


M 4 2 1 6 
F 1 1 1 


GoodBian, George 


Ml 1 1 
F 5 1 1 


Gordon, David 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 1 


Gordon, Thomas 


M 2 1 

F 1 1 


Gossett, John 


M 1 
F 1 


Gossett, William 


M 1 
F 1 


Gowen, Joseph 


Ml 2 1 
F 3 1 


Gowen, William 


Mil 1 
F 1 


Gramner, John 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Grason, Peter 


M 4 1 9 
F 1 1 


Graves, Jonathan 


Ml 2 11 11 
F 1 2 1 


Green, Anderson 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Green, Daniel 


Ml 1 
F 1 111 


Green, Samuel 


M 11 1 
F 1111 


Green, William 


M 2 1 1 
F 3 1 1 


Gregory, Alexander 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Gregory, William 


M 2 1 
F E 1 1 


Griffin, Andrew 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Griffin, John 


Ml 3 11 
F 1 



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Griffin, William 


Ml, 13 1 
F 1 2 2 1 


Qrissom, Georfte 


M 3 1 1 1 
F 3 1 1 


Gunn, Radford 


M 4 1 9 
F 1 1 


Hailes, John 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Haines, Andrew 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Haley, Edward 


Ml 2 1 
F 2 2 1 


Haley, Edward 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Haley, William 


M 117 
F 1 1 


Hall, Andrew 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Hall, Eli 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Hall, John 


M 4 11 1 
F 1 11 


Hall, Jonathan 


M 1 2 1 1 1 
F 4 1 


Hall, Mebane 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Hall, William 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Hall, William Q. 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 


Hamilton, George 


M 111 
F 12 2 1 


Hamilton, Hance 


Ml 1 2 9 
F 2 2 1 


Hamilton, James 


M 2 1 
F 2 2 1 1 


Hnmilton, James 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Hancock, Robert 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Hand, Ellcin 


Ml 1 

F 1 1 


Hand, Samuel 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Hardiman, Constant 


MS 1 7 
F 2 1 


Hardy, Jonathan 


Ml 1 13 
F 3 1 


Hargrove, Linda ey 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Harper, John 


M 2 11 
F 2 1 


Harrelson, Vincent 


Ml 1 5 
F 3 1 



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Harris, Archibald 


Ml, 1 

F 1 


Harris, Beverly 


Ml 11 

F 1 3 1 1 


Harris, Olsa 


M 1 
F 1 


Harris, Sherwood 


Mil 1 
F 2 3 1 


Harrison, Edward 


M 18 
F 1 


Harrison, Richard 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Hart, Mark 


M 2 1 3 
F 2 .1 


Haynes, John 


M 4 1 
F 3 1 1 


Haynes, Joseph 


M 1 
F 1 1 1 


Head, Snoeh 


Mil 
F 3 2 1 


Hoague, John 


Mil 1 

F 1 1 


Hedgepath, Jeremiah 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Heflin, James 


M 3 1 
F 1 


Heflin, Jonathan 


M 1 
F 1 


Heflin, William 


Ml 1 
F 12 1 


Henderson, James 


Ml 1 13 
F 5 1 1 


Henderson, John 


M 14 
F 1 


Henderson, Samuel 


M 114 
F 1 1 1 


Henderson, William 


Ml 1 3 

F 2 1 


Hendrio]cs, Betsey 


M 2 1 

F 1 


Hendricks, John 


Mil 1 

F 1 1 1 


Hard, Charles 


Ml 11 
F 1 2 


Herod, Barnabas 


M 4 3 1 
F 1 1 1 


Higgins, James 


M 11 
F 3 1 


Hight, William 


M 2 3 1 
F 1 


Higinbotham, Slisha 


M 2 1 
F 3 2 


Hill, Allen 


M 3 1 1 9 
F 2 1 1 



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Hill, James 


M 3 , 1 1 2 
F 2 1 


Hill, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 


Hill, John 


M 19 
F 2 1 


Hill, John 


Ml 3 3 1 1 

F 2 1 


Hill, Samuel 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Hill, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Hill, William 


M 1 
F 3 1 


♦Hill, William D. 


M 2 2 
F 1 


Hindes, John 


M 4 1 
F 3 2 1 


Hohson, Morning 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Holder, John 


M 2 1 
F 2 3 11 


Holding, Charles 


M 2 3 2 
F 1 1 


Holding, George 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 


Holdman, Tanoy 


Mill 1 3 
F 4 1 


Hollemnn, William 


M 2 1 10 

F 1 1 


Hollis, David 


M 4 1 
F 1 1 


Hollia, John 


Ml 1 
F 111 


Hollis, Mioajah 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Holmes, James 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 


Hooper, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Hoorer, Christ. 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 2 1 


Hoover, Jacob 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 


Hoover, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Hoover, John 


M 3 11 4 

F 1 11 


Hoover, Mathias 


M 119 
F 1 


Hopkins, Andrew 


M 1 
F 2 1 1 


Howell, Gruin 


M 2 4 
F 1 1 



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Howell, William 


Ml 4 
F 1 


Hubbard, Peter 


Ml 1 
F 2 E 1 


Hubbard, Thcanas 


M 2 4 1 8 
F 1 2 1 


Hudson, Henry 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 


Hugglns, Jobn 


Ml 1 11 
F 3 2 1 


Huggins, John 


Ml 13 1 
F 3 2 1 


Hunpbries, Vfm. 


M 11 

F 1 1 


Hunt, Mathew 


M 3 1 1 2 
F 2 1 1 


Hunter, Mary- 


M 3 2 

F 1 1 1 


Hunter, Robert 


M 12 1 1 
F 1 2 1 1 


Ireland, William 


Ml 1111 
F 1 1 


Try, John 


M 2 1 
F 5 11 


Ivy, RicheuxL 


M 11 
F 3 1 


Jacobs, Jeremiah 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Jacobs, Joseph 


M 12 1 
F 2 1 


Jacobs, Zaohariah 


M 4 111 
F 1 2 1 


Jarrett, Robert 


Ml 1 1 
F 2 1 


Jarrett, Archibald 


M 1 2 1 5 
F 3 2 1 


Jarrett, Gideon 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 11 


Jarrett, Thomas 


M 1 2 1 11 
F 3 2 2 1 


Jenkins, Hiram 


M 4 11 
F 1 


Jenkins, John 


M 111 1 
F 3 1 


Jenkins, Nimrod 


M 11 

F 


Jetton, James S« 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Jetton, John 


Ml 16 
F 12 1 


Jetton, John S. 


Mil 1 
F 1 1 


Jetton, Robext 


M 11 
F 2 1 



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Johns, Abnor 


Ml, 1 10 
F 1 1 1 


Jobns, SdiBond 


M 3 1 7 
F 1 


Johns, John 


M 11 17 
F 2 


Johnston, Archibald 


M 1 
F 1 


Johnston, Edward 


M 3 1 1 2 
F 1 1 


Johnston, James 


Ml 1 2 
F 6 11 


Johnston, James 


M 4 11 1 
F 1-2 1 


Johnston, John 


M 15 
F 2 1 


Johnston, John 


Ml 2 1 
F 4 2 1 


Johnston, Larkin 


M 11 
F 3 1 


Johnston, Mat. 


Ml 1 
F 1 


If Johnston, Thomas 


M 1 
F 


Johnston, William 


Ml 11 2 
F 1 1 


Johnston, William 


M 2 1 

F 1 2 1 


Johnston, William, Sr. 


M 11 

F 


Jones, Darid 


M 3 1 17 
F 3 2 1 


Jones, Szra 


M 2 2 1 1 
F 2 11 


Jones, James 


M 2 2 1 2 

F 1 


Jones, Jonathan 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Jones, Jonathan 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Jones , Jonathan 


M 2 1 5 
F 2 1 


Jones, Llue 


M 111 35 

F 


Jones, Nicholas 


M 4 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Jones, Wiley 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Jonis, Jxaius 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Kain, Willia-i 


M 1 
F 11 


Karenaugh, Charles 


Ml 1 12 
F 1 1 



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Keel, Riohard 


M 2, 2 111 
F 3 1 


Keel, Richard 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Keel, William 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Kelly, Dennis 


Ml 1 
F 5 1 1 


Kelly, Robert 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Kelton, Robert 


M 5 1 
F 1 


Kelton, William 


M 2 16 
F 11 


Kelton, William, Jr. 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Kendriok, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Kerr, Ben 


MS 11 4 
F 1 1 


Kerr, Wilson 


M 2 2 
F 1 1 


Killian, William 


M 2 1 
F 3 2 1 


Killough, James 


MS 1 

F 1 2 11 


Killoiigh, Samuel 


MS 2 13 
F 2 11 


Kil lough, Thomas 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 2 1 


Kimbro, John 


M 2 4 
F 2 1 


Klmbro, William 


M 2 1 1 19 
F 11 1 


King, Jane 


M 2 11 
F 1 


King, William 


M 2 1 1 4 
F S 1 


Kinnard, Anthony 


Ml 1 6 
F 1 


Kinnard, John 


MS 1 3 
F 1 1 


Kinnard, Nat. 


MS 1 
F 1 1 


Kirby, Henry 


M 2 1 

F 2 2 11 


Kirk, John 


M 2 1 

F 12 1 


Knox, Squire 


M I 1 1 

F 1 yi 


Knox, Thomas 


M 12 
F S 2 1 


Khox, William 


M 1 
F 1 



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Laokaj, Alex* 


Ml, 1 
F 1 


Laclcy, Robert 


M 2 11 1 
F 3 11 


Lane, James 


M 3 11 
F 2 2 1 


Langston, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Langston, William 


MS 111 

F 1 2 4 1 


Lanier, Herbert 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Laughlan, James 


Ml 2 111 1 
F 5 2 ■ 1 


Laiirln, Lemuel 


Ml 14 
F 1 


Lawler, Leyi 


M 3 2 2 1 
F 3 11 


Lawrenoe, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 11 


Lawrenoe, Joka 


M 15 

F 2 1 


Lawrence, Jolin 


Ml 1 8 
F 1 1 


Leathers, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 1 


Legrand, Peter 


M 2 11 18 
F 2 1 


Lemraon, John 


Mil 1 
F 2 1 1 


Lenoir, John P. H. 


M 1 20 
F 1 1 


Letcher, James H. 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Lillard, Mordioai 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Lilly, Noah 


M 11 
F 2 1 


Lindsay, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Litten, James 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Lock, Charles 


M 3 2 1 12 
F 2 1 11 


Locke, William 


Mil 3 
F 2 


Loftin, Henry 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 1 


Loftin, Moses 


M 1 1 10 
F 2 1 


Loftin, William 


Ml 1 1 9 
F 1 11 1 


Loring, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 



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Low, Cliarles 


M 1, 2 1 1 8 

F 3 1 


Low, George 


M 11 4 
F 1 1 


Lo/d, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Lynoh, George 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Lynoh, James 


M 3 2 
F 1 2 11 


Lynch, Stephen 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Lytle, William 


Ml 1 23 
F 1 2 2 


McBride, Samuel 


Mil 2 

F 2 11 


MeCain, Alexander 


M 2 1 1 2 
F 2 2 1 


MoCallister, William 


M 12 

F 1 


MoChuohan, Mai 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 


MoCleary, Samuel 


M 1 
F 3 1 


UoGlure, John 


Ml 1 5 
F 1 


MoComb, Robert 


Ml 11 
F 1 


MoConnel, Moses 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


MoCorlde, Hobert 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 2 111 


McCorkle, William • 


Ml 1 
F 2 11 


MoConaaok, Joseph 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


MoCoy, Amos A. 


M 2 1 
F 1 2 


MoCoy, Beatty 


M 14 

F 1 


MoCoy, Darid 


Ml 2 11 
F 1 1 


MoCoy, Szelciel B. 


M 11 
F 2 1 


MoCoy, Francis B. 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


MoCoy, Henry 


M 1 
F 1 1 


McCoy, John 


M 3 1 

F 1 2 11 


MoCulloch, Alexander 


M 2 1 2 31 
F 3 111 


McFarland, Benjamin 


M 1 1 2 1 3 
F 2 1 



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MoFarland, Caleb 


Ml 1 3 
F 1 1 


MoFerren, James 


M 2 1 
F 1 


MoFerren, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 


McFerren, William, Sr. 


M 3 1 
F 2 12 1 


MoGlll, James 


M 2 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


MoHany, William 


Ml 1 

F 1 


MoHenry, John 


Mil 1 6 
F 1 1 


MoKee, Ambrose 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


MoKee, Thomas 


M 2 

F 2 


MoKelTey, H\igh 


Ml 11 1 
F 3 1 1 


MoKelTey, William 


M 4 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


MoKlnney, Samuel 


M 2 1 
F 1 


McLaughlan, John 


M 1 

F 1 11 1 


MoLaughlan, Jas. 


M 4 11 
F 


McUahan, Darid 


M 5 1 
F 1 


MoMllcin, Andrew 


Ml 12 
F 1 1 


McMillan, Alexander 


Mil 1 
F 1 2 


McMillan, Amon 


Ml 1 
F 2 


McMillan, James 


Ml 1 1 8 
F 1 2 1 


McMurray, Samuel 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


MoMurry, Robert 


M 2 11 
F 1 


MoNeely, David 


M 1 

F 1 


McNees, Samuel C. 


M 2 11 4 
F 1 111 


MoPeak, John, Sr. 


M 1 
F 1 


MoPeek, Henry 


Ml 1 
F 2 111 


MePeek, Jehu 


M 1 
F 1 1 


McPeek, John 


M 2 3 1 
F 5 1 1 



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MoRay, Murdoeic 


M , 1 5 1 
F 11 1 


McBee, James 


M 2 

F 2 1 


Maokey, John 


M 2 2 

F 1 1 


Magnass, Lydla 


M 2 2 

F 2 1 


Mallard, Thornton 


M 2 2 11 
F 1 11 


Manahan, James 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Manlcln, William 


Mil 1 1 
F 4 1 


Marable, Braxton 


M 3 1 4 
F 1 


Marable, Henry H. 


M 3 1 31 
F 1 2 


Marler, Rachel 


Ml 1 

F 1 1 1 


Marlln, Thomas 


M 3 111 
F 1 1 1 


Marshall, Daniel 


M 2 1 1 1 42 
F 3 2 2 1 


Martin, James 


M 14 
F 111 


Martin, John 


M 1 
F 1 


Martin, Joslah 


M 2 13 

F 3 1 1 1 


Martin, William 


M 3 1 2 4 
F 3 2 1 


Martlndale, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Mason, Gilbert 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Massey, Thomas 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 1 


Mathews, Dudley 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 


Mathews, John 


M 3 1 4 
F 2 1 


Mathews, Robert 


Ml 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Mathews, William 


M 5 1 1 
F 2 1 


Mathews, Wlnney 


Ml 1 

F 2 11 


Mayberry, Samuel 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Maybury, John 


M 1 5 1 9 
F 2 1111 


Mayfleld, Ambrose 


M 14 1 
F 2 1 



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Mayfleld, James 


Ml, 1 
F 1 1 


Uayfleld, John 


Mil 1 
F 1 1 


Mayfleld, John 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Mayfleld,, Thomas 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Mayfield, William 


M 3 1 
F 1 


Uebane, Samuel 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Mebane, William, Sr. 


Ml 1 1 
F 4 2 1 


Uedford, John 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Menafee, Nimrod 


M 2 12 
F 2 2 1 


Meredith, Fred 


M 4 1 
F 1 1 


Meredith, John 


MS 1 
F 1 1 


Merry, John 


M 11 6 

F 1 


Miller, Andrew 


M 5 1 1 1 4 
F 2 1 


Miller, Henry 


M 2 1 1 
F 3 1 


Miller, Isaac 


M 2 2 
F 1 1 


Miller, Jacob 


M 2 1 
F 1 11 


Miller, John 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 3 1 


Miller, Margaret 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Miller, Mat. 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Miller, Robert 


Ml 1 1 
F 2 1 


Miller, Hobert 


Ml' 1 
F 3 1 1 


Miller, Robert H. 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Mitchell, Jesse 


M 11 1 
F 1 2 1 


Mitchell, Mark 


M 2 2 3 11 28 
F 1 2 1 


■^Mitchell, Thomas 


M 1 2 1 8 
F S 1 1 


Mitchell, William 


M 2 1 1 1 21 
F 1 1 


Montgomery, Hugh 


M 2 1 1 4 
F 12 1 



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Montgomezy, James 


Ml 1 1 
F 11 1 


Montgomery, James, Jr. 


Ml 1 
F 1 11 


Montgomery, John 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Montgomery, Washington 


Ml 1 
F 1 11 


Moody, Henry 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Moore, Alexander 


M 2 1 1 1 1 
F 2 2 1 1 


Moore, Arehihald 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Moore, Arthur 


M 115 
F 1 1 


Moore, Darid 


M 11 
F 2 1 


Moore, Szekiel 


M 3 2 1 24 

F 1 


Moore, George 


M 2 111 
F 2 1 1 


Moore, James 


M 1 2 1 
F 1 


Moore, Lod 


M 3 1 2 1 6 
F 2 1 1 1 


Moore, Tennin 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Moreland, Edward 


M 7 


Morgan, Elijah 


M 2 1 

F 1 1 


Morris, George 


Mil 1 4 

F 4 1 


Morris, Thomas 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Morrow, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Morrow, William 


M 2 1 1 

F 1 1 1 


Morton, Catherine 


F 2 2 12 


Morton , James 


Ml 2 1 9 
F 1 1 


Morton, John 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Morton, Joseph 


M 2 1 16 

F 2 1 


Morton, Samuel 


M 2 1 2 
F 1 


Mosely, William 


Ml 11 29 

F 3 11 


Murphy, Szekiel 


Mil 1 2 
F 1 1 



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Murray, Jane 


M . 1 1 

F 1 1 1 


'^Nalsh, George R. 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Nanoe, Allen 


Ml 1 1 
F 4 11 


Nance, Bird 


M 3 1 4 
F 2 1 1 


Nanoe, Daniel 


M 1 1 1 1 1 9 
F 2 1 11 


Nanoe, Isaao 


M 2 1 11 3 
F 5 1 1 


Nanee, William 


M 3 1 1 3 
F 3 1 . 1 


Nash, Thomas 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Nash, Travis ۥ 


Ml 1 2 
F 1 


Nash, William 


M 2 1 1 1 9 

F 2 1 


Neal, John 


M 2 11 
F 2 1 


Neal, Obediah 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Neal, Ralph 


M 11 1 1 
F 1 1 


Neely, James 


M 3 11 5 
F 1 1 


Nelson, Daniel 


M 16 
F 1 


Nelson, Daniel 


M 18 
F 1 


Nelson, Humphrey 


M 2 1 1 5 
F 2 1 1 


Nelson, Moses 


M 2 3 

F 1 


Nelson, Samuel 


M 3 1 1 1 
F 2 111 


Nelson, Thomas 


M 2 2 1 5 
F 1 1 1 


Nesbit, Alexander 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Nerins, Isaac 


Ml 1 
F 3 11 


Nevlns, James 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 2 1 


Newman, Joseph 


M 11 
F 11 1 


Newsom, Baylum 


M 3 1 1 3 
F 2 2 1 


Nichols, John 


M 1 2 2 1 1 4 
F 3 2 1 


Nichols, Joseph 


M 2 1 
F 1 



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Nlohols, Joshua 


Mill 1 
F 1 11 


Nichols, Rohert 


M 2 1 2 
F 1 


Nicks, Jonathan 


Mil 
F 1 1 


Noland, Micajah 


M 2 11 
F 1 11 


Noiman, Forney G. 


M 2 1 2 1 
F 2 2 11 


Norman, James 


M 3 2 3 1 
F 1 1 


Norman, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Norman, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Northcut, John 


M 2 
F 5 1 1 


Nugent, John 


Mill 1 
F 1 1 1 


Nundley, Anderson 


M 2 2 1 9 
F 4 1 


Oglesby, Smith 


M 1 
F 1 11 


Oliphant, James 


M 3 11 1 
F 3 1 


Oraond, William 


Mil 
F 4 1 


Orr, Alexander 


M 2 11 
F 1 1 


Orr, John 


M 2 4 
F 1 1 1 


Orr, Robert 


M 1 

F 2 1 


Pace, James 


Ml 1 
F 4 1 1 


Pace, John 


M 11 
F 1 1 1 


Pace, William 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Pace, William 


M 2 ■ 1 
F 2 1 


Pace, Wilson 


MS 1 
F 1 


Pain, Daniel 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Pain, James 


M 1 
F 1 


Paine, Jacob 


M 11 2 
F 2 1 


Painter, John 


Mil 
F 4 2 1 


Pallet, Abraham 


M 4 111 
F 1 2 1 



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Parham, Dickson 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Parker, Adam • 


MS 1 
F 1 


Parker, Daniel 


Ml 1 45 

F 1 1 


Parker, Joel 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 


Parker, Joseph 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Parker, Nloiiolas 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Parker, Tim 


M 1111 
F 1 1 


Parks, John 


M 112 
F 1 1 


Pasley, Abraham 


Ml 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Pate, Daniel 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Patrick, James 


MS 1 
F 2 1 


Peacock, Mioajah 


M 11 

F S 1 1 


Pearoe, Arthur 


Ml 2 14 
F 1 11 


Pearoe, James 


M 2 11 1 
F 1 1 


Pearson, Daniel 


Ml 2 
F 1 1 


Peay, Thomas 


Ml 1 5 
F 3 1 


Peck, Jeoffery 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 1 


Penelton, Absolam 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


Perkins, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Perkins, Joshua 


M 11 
F 1 


Perkins, Leroy 


M 4 1 
F 2 1 


Perry, Burrel 


M 2 1 1 9 

F 3 11 1 


Perry, Nathaniel 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 


Pew, William 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Phelps, Amos 


M 111 
F 1 


Phelps, Ephriam 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Phelps, Henry 


M 4 1 1 
F 1 1 1 



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Phelps, John 


Ml, 1 
F 2 1 


Philips, Bennet 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 2 1 


Philips, Sam 


Ml 1 1 1 
F 1 


Phillips, Thomas 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Piercy, Thomas 


M 3 1 1 1 
F 1 1 


Pigg, John 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


Pitts, Ezeklel 


M 1 
F .1 


Plummer, Rebecca 


M 

F 1 2 11 


Poarch, Israel 


Ml 1 
F 2 11 


Poland, Moses 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 


Polk, William 


Ml 13 
F 1 1 


Pool, Alexander 


M 1 
F 1 


Pope, Hardy- 


Ml 2 1 
F 2 1 


Pope, William 


M 1 2 1 
F 1 


Porter, Hugh 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Porter, Samuel 


Mill 
F 2 1 


Posey, Zaohariah 


M 1 11 1 
F 4 1 


Prat or, Phillip 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Prat or, Robert 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Price, Jonathan 


Ml 11 
F 2 1 


Prim, Abraham 


Ml 11 
F 2 1 11 


Pruet, John B. 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Piaiy, Gideon 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Pully, Thomas 


M 1 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Pure ell, Abel 


Ml 11 
F 4 1 


Pybas, William 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Ramsey, Newelx 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 1 



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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Ramsey, Samuel 


Ml, 11 
F 3 1 


Randies, Mlddleton 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Raney, Jolrn 


M 2 1 
F 3 1 


Rankin, David 


M 3 1 
F 2 1 


Rankin, John 


M 1 

F 2 2 1 


Rank-in, Robert 


Ml 1 

F 2 2 11 


Ransom, Ben 


Ml 11 
F 1 


Ray, Joseph 


Ml 1 

F 1 1 


♦Re«d, Clem N. 


Ml 1 


Reed, David 


M 11 
F 11 


Reed, David 


M .1 1 

F 2 1 2 1 


Reed, David 


M 2 2 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Reed, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Reed, John N. 


M 3 1 1 37 
F 1 11 


Reed, Peter 


M 12 
F 1 


Reed, Robert 


Ml 1 2 
F 4 11 


Reed, Robert 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Reed, Silas 


Mil 1 
F 3 2 


Reedy, Charles 


M 3 1 8 
F 3 1 11 


Reel, Daniel 


M 2 11 
F 4 1 


Reel, Godfrey 


M 3 11 
F 1 1 


Reeves, Hooker 


M 1 
F 1 


Reeves, John 


M 2 2 2 
F 2 1 1 


Renshaw , Isaiah 


M 4 1 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Renshavr, John 


Mil 2 
F 1 11 


Replogle, Fred 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Reynolds, John 


M 3 1 11 1 
Fill 1 



73 



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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 . "A" 


Rhodes, Kenohen 


M 2, 1 
F 1 


Rhodes, Rlohard 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Rlohardson, Samuel 


M 2 14 9 
F 3 1 


Rldout, Gordon 


Ml 2 
F 1 11 


Riley, Martin 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 1 


Ritohie, Thomas 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Roan, Henry 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 2 1 


Rob ens on, Nat 


Ml 1 
F 4 1 


Roberts, Thomas 


Ml 2 7 
F 2 1 


Robertson, William 


M 2 1 16 
F 3 111 


Robinson, Hugh 


M 2 11 1 
F 2 2 1 


Robinson, John 


M 2 1 

F 1 1 1 


Robinson, Mat hew 


Ml 1 

F 1 1 1 


Robinson, Richard 


M 1 
F 1 


Rochell, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Rodan, Greenberry 


Ml 1 
F 3 '1 


Roebuck, John 


Mill 1 
F 4 1 1 


Rogers, David 


M 1 2 1 1 1 
F 1 1 


Rogers, David 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Rogers, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Rogers, John 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Rogers, John 


M 4 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Rogers, Joseph 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Rogers, Robert 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Rogers, Seth 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Rogers, Thomaf^ 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


RoIHtis, William 


M 1 
F 2 1 



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10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


*Rose, Neil B. 


M , 13 
F 1 


Ross, James 


M 11 
F 1 1 2 


Ross, Robert 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Rucker, Elliott 


M 2 1 
F 4 1 


Rucker, Felix 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Rucker, James 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Ruoker, James 


M 3 1 6 1 32 
F 1 1 1 


Ruoker, Jonathan 


Ml 1 5 
F 1 1 


Ruoker, Thomas 


M 1 2 3 1 29 
F 1 1 


Runnier, John 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Rushing, John 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Russell, James R. 


M 11 

F 4 1 


Sanders, Cornelius 


M 2 1 
F 1 2 1 1 


Sanders, Slisha 


M 4 1 
F 2 1 


Sanders, Isaac 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Sanders, Phillip 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 2 2 1 


Sanders, Simon 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Sanford, James 


M 4 13 11 
F 2 2 1 


Saunders, John 


Mil 1 
F 4 111 


Saunders, Rachel 


M 11 

F 2 1 1 


Sawyers, Thomas 


Ml 1 

F 3 2 11 


Scott, Moses 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Scott, Reuben 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 11 


Scott, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Scruggs, Gross 


M 3 11 28 
F 5 1 


Seagraves, Jacob 


M 2 2 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Searcy, William W, 


Mil 1 18 
F 1 1 



75 



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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Seaton, George 


M , 1 3 
F 3 1 


Self, Melchlzedek 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Seratt, John 


Ml 2 1 2 

F 3 2 1 


Sewall, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Sewall, Lewis 


M 2 3 1 1 

F 1 


♦Shall, George 


M 2 4 5 

F 1 1 


* Sharp e, James 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Sharpe, James, Sr. 


M 2 11 1 10 
F 2 1 1 


Sharpe, John 


M 12 1 6 
F 2 1 


Shelby, Evan 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


Shelby, Isaac 


M 3 11 33 

F 1 


Shelby, Thomas 


M 4 2 1 
F 1 1 


Shelby, Thomas P, 


Ml 11 1 
F 1 1 


Sherwood, Hugh 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 11 1 


Ship, Joseph 


M 1 2 1 
F 1 1 


Shute, Thomas 


M 19 
F 


♦Simpson, George 


Ml 11 9 
F 1 111 


Simpson, Gilbert 


Ml 1 
F 3 1 


Simpson, Gilbert 


M 1 

F 


Simpson, Peter 


M 2 3 1 
F 1 1 


Simpson, William 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Sims, Henry 


M 5 2 1 
F 1 3 4 1 


Sipes, Thomas A. 


M 2 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Smith, Bennett 


M 12 1 39 
F 12 1 


Smith, Cunningham 


M 3 2 1 4 
F 3 1 1 


Smith, Elijah 


M 11 1 
F 1 1 1 


Smith, Guy 


M 3 2 1 
F 3 2 1 



76 



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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Smith, Jeoaes 


M , 11 
F 2 1 


Smith, Joel 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Smith, John 


Ml 1 14 
F 3 1 1 


Smith, John 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Smith, John 


Mil 1 
F 2 1 1 


Smith, John 


M 2 111 40 

F 4 11 


Smith, Joseph 


Ml 1 2 
F 1 


Smith, Joshua 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 1 


Smith, Philip 


M 13 1 
F 2 1 1 


Smith, Robert 


Ml 111 16 
F 1 1 


Smith, Robert 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Smith, Robert 


Ml 1 1 22 
F 5 2 1 


Smith, Thomas 


M 11 
F 2 2 1 


Smith, William 


Ml 11 

F 3 1 1 1 


Smith, William 


M 3 3 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Smith, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Smith, William 


Mill 1 
F 1 1 


Smith, William 


M 2 1 2 
F 1 1 


Smotherman, Hugh 


M 1 2 2 1 
F 1 1 


Smotherman, John 


M 11 
F 1 6 


Smothers, John 


M 2 • 1 
F 2 111 


Snell, James 


MS 2 6 
F 1 1 


Snell, John 


Mil 1 11 
F 2 11 


Soap, Joseph 


Ml 1 
F 1 2 


Spann, William 


M 4 1 1 3 
F 1 1 


Stan5)s, William 


M 3 1 
F 3 1 


Stat en, Reuben 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 



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UN- 
DER 
10 


10 
to 
16 


16 
to 
26 


26 
to 
45 


Ov- SEE 
er SLAVES NOTE 
45 "A" 


Stat en, William 


M 


^ 




1 
1 








Stephens, Ebenezer 




1 


2 


2 
I 


2 


1 




Stephens, Henry 




Z 

3 


1 
1 




1 
1 


3 




Stephenson, John 














1 


Stevenson, William 




4 


2 


2 




1 
1 




Stewart, James 






1 


1 




1 
1 




Stewart, James W. 




1 




1 
1 








Stewart, Robert 




2 


1 
1 




1 


2 

1 




Still, John 




1 
1 


2 
2 




1 






Stookart, John 




S 




1 


1 






Stockart, John, Sr. 




z 


1 


3 

1 


1 


1 1 

1 




Stokes, Starling 








1 
1 








Stokes, William 




4 


1 




1 
1 


1 




Stone, John 




1 
3 


2 


1 


1 
1 


1 




Strickland, Barney 


p 








1 


2 




Strickland, Samuel 






1 


2 




1 
1 




Stringfield, John 




2 
3 


1 
2 


2 


1 


1 




Stroop, Jacob 




3 


1 


1 


1 
1 






Sublett, William A. 




1 


1 
1 


1 


1 


1 2 




Suggs, Aquila 




2 

1 


2 




1 
1 






Sullens, John 




1 
1 


2 




1 
1 






Sxxllivan, Garret 




1 




1 
1 








Suttle, Spencer 




1 




1 


1 






Sutume, Jacob 




3 




1 




1 

1 




Swearingem, John 




1 
1 




1 
1 








Swift, John 




1 
2 






1 
1 






Tnnnehill, Ben H. 




1 




1 
1 









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10 16 26 45 45 . "A" 


♦*Tapey, David 


M , 1 1 

F 1 12 


Tarpley, John 


M 1 3 1 
F 12 1 


Taylor, Absolom 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Taylor, James 


M 2 1 1 
F 1 2 1 


Taylor, James 


M 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Taylor, John 


M 4 1 
F 1 1 


Taylor, John 


M 1 2 1 1 
F .2 1 


Taylor, William 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 


Tedder, Elisha 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Teer, Richard 


M 4 11 1 
F 1 11 


Tennis on, Abraham 


M 1 2 1 1 

F 5 1 


Tennison, Joseph 


Ml 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Thacker, Larkin 


M 2 1 2 
F 2 1 


Thomas, Hamilton 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Thomas, John 


Ml 1 
F 2 1 


Thompson, Jesse 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Thompson, John 


M 2 1 3 1 7 
F 2 1 1 


Thompson, John 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 


Thompson, Joseph 


M 11 1 5 
F 1 1 1 


Thompson, Joseph 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Thompson, Robert 


M 11 

F 3 1 


Thompson, Samuel 


M 3 

F 1 2 11 


Th(»ipson, Thomas 


M 2 1 
F 1 11 


Thorn, Thomas 


M 4 1 1 
F 2 2 2 1 


Thweatt, William 


Mill 1 14 
F 1 11 


Todd, Aaron 


M 1 

F 1 1 


Todd, Benjamin 


M 11 
F 2 3 11 



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10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Todd, Benjamin, Jr. 


M , 1 
F 1 1 


Todd, Reuben 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Todd, William 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 


♦♦TorPur, Riohard 


M 4 11 1 
F 1 11 


Tiravis, Dan 


M 2 

F 1 1 


Travis, Dan, Sr, 


M 2 1 1 

F 2 111 


Travis, William 


M 2 1 

F 1 11 


Tubbs, Eleanor 


M 1 

F 111 


Tucker, James 


Ml 1 
F 1 13 


Tucker, Jamls 


M 1 2 1 
F 2 1 


Tucker, Sarali 


Mil 1 
F 3 1 


Tucker, William 


M 4 1 
F 2 1 


Turbyfile, James 


M 1 2 1 
F 1 1 


Tweedwell, William 


M 1 
F 1 


Twiddy, Jos. 


M 2 1 1 15 

F 2 1 1 


Twigg, Timothy- 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Tyrone, Adam 


M 2 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Uselton, George 


M 3 2 i 3 
F 3 2 1 


Yainata, Christopher 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Vanhooae, Val. 


M 1 3 1 9 
F 2 1 1 


Vaughan, Peter 


M 4 1 1 4 
F 1 1 


Vaughn, Drury 


M 1 15 
F 1 1 


Vaughn, James 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Vaughn, Joel 


M 1 2 1 2 
F 2 1 


Vaxighn, Peter 


M 5 1 5 
F 1 1 


Vest, Gabriel 


Mill 1 2 
F 1 1 4 1 


Vincent, Henry 


M 1 
F 2 1 



80 



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10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Vino ant, Thomas 


M 1 
F 2 1 


Vincent, William 


Ml 111 
F 1 11 


Waddles, John 


M 3 2 1 
F 2 1 


Wade, Charles 


MS 1 
F 3 1 


Wadley, John 


M 1 
Fill 1 


Wadley, Samuel 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Walden, John 


M 1 2 1 6 
F 2 3 1 


Walker, Henry- 


M 1 2 1 
F 1 1 1 


Walker, John 


Ml 1 1 
F 3 1 


Walker, Richard 


Mill 1 
F 2 1 


Walkup, William 


M 2 1 1 
F 3 2 1 


Wallace, Alfred 


M 2 1 1 2 
F 1 11 


Wallace, George 


M 3 1 3 
F 2 1 


Wallace, John 


M 2 11 12 
F 1 


Wallace, John 


M 2 11 2 
F 2 1 1 


Wallace, John 


M 2 1 ■ 7 
F 1 1 


Wallace, Joseph 


M 1 11 
F 1 1 


Wallace, Michael 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Wallace, Samuel 


M 3 1 
F 1 1 


Wallace, William 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Wallace, William 


Mil 1 
F 3 1 


Walls, William 


M 3 2 1 
F 1 11 


Ward, Benjamin 


Ml 6 

F 


Ward, Bujrwell 


M 2 1 1 
F 4: 2 2 


Ward, Jery 


M 2 2 1 3 

F 1 2 1 


Ward, Jesse 


Mil 

F 2 1 


Ward, William 


M 3 3 1 14 
F 1 



81 



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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 . "A" 


Waring, Jonathan 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Wamiok, John 


Ml 11 2 
F 2 1 


Wamiok, Robert 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 1 


Warren, John 


Ml 2 1 1 
F 2 1 1 


Warren, William 


M 1 24 

F 


Washington, Thomas 


M 1 2 1 1 27 
F 1 1 2 


**W&33on, John 


Mil 1 
F 6 1 


Wasson, Robert 


M 2 1 1 3 

F 3 1 


Weatherly, Abner 


Ml 1 10 
F 1 1 


Webb, Aaron 


M 2 12 1 
F 3 1 


Webb, Abel 


M 3 11 
F 2 2 1 


Webb, Daniel 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Webb, Isaiah 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 1 


Webb, Riohard 


M 2 1 1 1 
F 1 1 1 


Webb, Solomon 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Welch, Rebecca 


M 1 

F 3 1 


Welch, Thomas 


M 2 2 1 

F 4 1 1 1 


Wharry, John 


M 2 1 
F 2 2 


Wheeler, William 


M 4 1 
F 2 1 


White, Gaimm T. 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Vfhite, Stephen 


M 4 1 1 1 9 
F 1 1 1 


White, Thomas 


Ml 2 1 
F 4 1 1 


Whits ett, James 


MS 1 7 
F 1 1 1 


Whittle, Ninion 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Whitvrorth, Isaac 


M 3 1 1 
F 2 111 


Wilbum, James 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Wilkins, William 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 1 



82 



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10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Williamfl, David 


M , 1 3 1 
F 2 2 1 


Wllliftms, Diokson 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Williams, Edward C. 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 1 


Williams, Elijah 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Williams, Freeman 


M 3 1 1 
F 1 


Williams, Henry 


M 1 2 1 1 
F 1 1 


Williams, Jesse 


M 4 

F 1 1 


Williams, John T, 


M 3 2 1 
F 2 2 1 


Williams, Lod 


M 2 1 
F 2 1 


Williams, Sarah 


Ml 1 

F 2 1 


Williams, Simon 


Ml 1 
F 1 1 


Williams, Thomas 


M 1 
F 2 1 1 


Williford, Jordan 


M 2 2 2 1 2 

F 1 


Williford, Jordan, Jr. 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Williford, Simon 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Williford, William 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Wills, James 


M 3 2 1 
F 2 1 1 1 


Wills, Mathew 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Wilson, Benjamin 


Mil 1 
F 2 1 1 


Wilson, James 


Ml 2 111 12 
F 1111 


Wilson, James 


M 1 
F 3 1 


Wilson, Samuel 


M 11 1 
F 111 


Winn, John 


M 5 1 1 11 
F 2 1 


Winsett, German 


Ml 1 1 
F 1 1 


Wood, Margaret 


M 2 2 

F 1 


Wood, Reuben 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 


Woodall, William 


M 2 1 
F 1 1 



83 



HEAD OF FAMILY 


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DER to to to er SLAVES NOTE 
10 16 26 45 45 "A" 


Woodall, William 


M 2, 1 
F 1 1 


Woods, John H. 


M 2 1 

F 2 1 1 


Woods, Thoxaas 


MS 1 1 
F 1 11 


Wright, Isaao 


M 1 1 10 

F 1 


Wright, Jeremiah 


M 1 1 2 1 
F 2 1 


Wright, Joseph 


M 1 2 1 1 
F 2 1 


Wright, Lemuel 


M 3 3 11 
F 1 111 


Wright, Riohard 


Ml 11 
F 1 1 


Wright, William 


Ml 11 
F 3 1 


Tardley, Thomas 


M 11 1 
F 1 1 


Yell, Moses 


Mill 1 5 
F 1 1 1 


Yerby, Everett 


M 2 1 
F 1 


Yerby, William 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Young, John 


M 11 
F 1 1 


Yo\mg, John 


M 1 
F 1 1 


Young, Moses 


M 1 1 2 1 1 
F 3 1 


Younger, Alexander 


M 2 5 
F 1 


Yourie, Francis 


M 13 11 1 
F 2 


Yourie, Joseph 


M 3 11 
F 2 1 


Zachery, Caleb 


Ml 1 
F 1 


Zaohery, Joshua 


M 3 1 1 1 2 
F 2 111 




M 
F 


TOTALS FOR COUNTY 


M 
F 


MALES 


pl545-561-713-757-346 


FTMATJS 


pl491-548-642-663-255 


SLAVES 


P 2701 


SEE NOTE "A" 


^ 37 



The following four pages are an sQpiiabetical listing 

of those that paid Taxes in Rutherford Coxmty in 1810 

and are not listed in the 1810 Census » 

There could be several reasons given for the omission. 

Co\mty lines were rather indefinite, census takers were 

careless and some that paid taxes were non-resident 

owners of land. 

Seemingly there was no Jxistifiable excuse for census 

takers to miss entire family groupings such as MoKnight- 

Overall and others. 

The listing of Tax Payers includes some that were probably 

not "Head of Family", 

For Researchers and Genealogists the listing is importcmt 

even though the "age area and family status" is not 

available, 

THEY WERE IN RUTHERFORD COUNTY IN 1810. 

Henry G. Wray, 1974 



85 



Adkerson, William 
Alexander, Andrew 
Anderson, Gabriel 
Andrew, Hiigh 

Ai«wi.<»+.-mTi£f . T>i 




Aron , J ames 
Arvine, Robert 
Aspey , James 
Atkins, William 

Baker, Daniel 
Bane, Alexander 
Bane, Archibald 
Bane, Daniel 
Bane, Martin 
Bankhill , Alexander 
Bamheart, Andrew 
Barr, John 
Barr, John W, 
Barry, Redman 
Bartin, Nancy 
Barton, Dubart 
Barton, Jesse 
Barton, Thomas 
Baskerville, John 
Beard, William P, 
Beaty, Joseph 
Bearers, Nancy 
Bearers, Spencer 
Beckham, Kader 
Bell, James 
Bell, John W. 
Bell, Samuel T. 
Bellah, Moses 
Berry, Redmon D, 
Betanon, Simon 
Bishear, Jessee 
Bishop, John 
Bishop, William 
Blaokman, John, Heirs 
Blaokwell, Henry 
Blackwell, Joel 
Blair, Thomas 
Blood, Thomas Y. 
Blount, John G« 
Blount, Reading 
Bloimt, Thomas 
Boland, YeuLentine 
Boles, James 
Boles, John 
Boles, Samuel 
Bowen, Mary, Heirs 
Bowen, William 
Bowman, William 
Boyd, Harrison 
Bradley, James 



Brady, John 

Brail, George 

Branch, John 

Brant, Morgeoi 

Brawl ey, John ^ 

Bray, Edward 

Brim, Edward 

Brothers, Thomas 

Brown, Lent 

Broyles, Matthew 

Buchannon, John 

Buchannon, William, Heirs 

Bugg, Benjamin 

Buroks, Samuel 

Burgin, Merit 

Burnett, Jeremiah 

Burnett, Thomas 

Butler, Thomas 

Cage, Wilson 
Calvert, Joseph 
Campbell, George W. 
Canon, Robert 
Cantrell, Stephen, Jr. 
CEintrell, Stephen, Sr. 
Carr, Benjamin 
Caswell, Richard W. 
Cartright, Robert 
Center, William 
Cerfman, Jacob 
Christian, Drury 
Christmas, William H. 
Clater, William 
Clour, Elijah 
Coleman, Andrew 
Coleman, Blackman 
Coleman, Jordan 
Colwell, William 
Cook, Richard 
Cosbey, William 
Cotter, Benajcdi 
Cotter, John He 
Cotter, Thomas 
Cotton, Thomas 
Cox, Edward 
Crawford, Edwin 
Crawford, Zacharius 
Crockett, Archibald 
Crownover, Theodora 
Culbertson, Daniel 
Cummins, Robert 
Curlee, John 

Davidson, Samuel, Heirs 
Davidson, Zaohariah, Heirs 
Davis, Henry 
Day, John 



86 



Dement , Charles 
Depa t ri ck , Jame s 
Devore, William 
Dick, Matthew 
Dickson, David 
Dickson, Mathias B, 
Dicky, James 
Dinny, Allen 
Doak , John 
Doherty, George 
Doke , Robert 
Donald , Thomas 
Donelson, John L* 
Donelson, William 
Donly, Peter 
Douglass, Adam M. 
Dyous, Edward 

Eads, Solomon 
Eastwood, Daniel 
Bdmondson, William 
Edwards , Thomas 
Elliott, Josiah 
Espey, John 
Estell, Wallace 

Fall, Andrew 
Farmer, Abraham 
Featherstone, John, Sr. 
Fleming, Samuel 
Forrester, Every 
Foster, Robert C, 
Frasor, Daniel 
Frederick, Hezekiel 
Frier, Isaac 
Fulton, Arthur 
Fulton, John 
Furgerson, James 

Gaines , Joseph 
Gaines, William 
Gator, Decly 
Gator, Necly 
Gilly, Jesse 
Gilmore, William 
Good, Hugh 
Goodloe, Henry 
Gordon, John 
Gray, Samuel 
Gray, William 
Gre en , Jonathan 
Green, Thearudoa 
Greer, Thomas 
Gregory, Edward 
Gum, Radford 



Hadly, Edward 
Hadly, Joshua 
Hale , Lemuel 
Haley, Mat hew 
Hall , Clement 
Hall , James 
Hamilton, Thomas, Jr. 
Hancock, James 
Hancock, Stephen 
Hanes , John 
Hardy, Herbert 
Harris, A. H. 
Harris, Alsea 
Harriss, Edward 
Havins , James 
Haywood, John 
Hedspeath, Robert 
Hendricks, Adam 
Henry, Washington 
Hemdon , Jos eph 
Hemdon, Rebecca 
Higglns, Holbort 
Higpen, Amos 
Hill, Abel 
Hill, Elijah 
Hill, Green 
Hill, Richard 
Hill, Thomas 
Hobson, John 
Hogg, John B. 
Holder, Charles, Sr. 
Holder, George 
Holt, Fielder 
Hopkins, Thomas 
House , John 
Hubbard, Wirkly 
Huggans, William 
Hvighey, Lane 
Hut son, Francis 
Hut ton, John 

Ingram, Nimrod 
Irvin, Vincent 
Irvin, William 
Irwin, John 
Ivy, George 
Ivy , John 

Jackson, Andrew 
Jacobs , Greenberry 
Jarratt , Edward 
Jarratt, Gideon 
Jenkins, Nathan 
Jetton, Isaac 
Jones, Aran 
Jones, Amett 



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J" ones, Edmond 
Jones, Lieuallen 
Jones, William 
Jordan, Joseph 

Keely, Jonathan 
Kerr, William 
Kill fan, Henry 
Kimbro, Azariah 
Kimbro, William, Jr. 
Kimbro, William, Sr. 
Knox, Robert 

Lanier, Lemuel 
Lawrence, Joseph 
Leigh, George 
Lemmon, Levi 
Lemmon, William 
Lewis, John 
Lewis, Lett 
Lofton, Eldridge 
Long, Edward 
Low, James 

Mabin, William 
Maokey, James 
Maolor, Anguish 
Mag ill, James 
Manafee, Nimrod 
Marr, John 
Martin, Thomas 
Massey, James 
Matthews , Luke 
Mead or, Frederick 
Mebbellan, John 
Merriday, John 
Miller, Nathaniel 
Molland, Thorton 
Montford, Henry 
Moore, Robert 
Moreland, John 
Motherall, Joseph 
Muir, Robert, Estate 
Mulkey, John 
Murphy, William 

McAulay, Daniel 
McCallister, Nathaniel 
McClanahan, Matthew 
McConnell, Jos, P, 
McCorcle, Blythe 
McCoy, Robert 
McCrory, Andrew 
McCullough, Benjamin 
McCutcheon, John 



McEwen, Alexander 
MoEwen, James, Jr. 
MoEwen, Joseph 
MoFerren, Btiston J. 
McGunnwery , John 
McKee, John 
MoKeen, Alexander 
McKnight, James, Jr. 
McKnight, James, Sr. 
McKnight, John 
McKnight, Joseph 
McKnight, William 
McLaughlin, Joseph 
MoLetton, John 
McManeon, Lewis 
McNairy, John 
MoWilliam, James 
McWilliams, Alexander 
MoWilliams, Amon 

Nance, David 
Nash, George R. 
Neely, Joshua 
Nelson, John 
Nonnan, Isaac 
Northcut, Hosea 
Niirton , James 

Orton, Richard 
Overall, Nace 
Overall, Robert 
Overall, William, Heirs 
Overton, John, Judge 
Owens , Samuel 

Pain , John 
Parks, Joseph 
Pasley, Stephen 
Pasly, Abraham 
Patterson, William 
Patton, David 
Peck, Jeffery 
Pennington, Jacob, Heirs 
Perkins, Dorcey 
Person, Daniel 
Philips, Jacob 
Philips, Joseph 
Philips, Joshua, Jr. 
Philips, Zadock 
Pooly, Moses 
Pope, Solomon 
Poriok, Israel 
Porter, Alexander 
Porter, Lemuel 
Port erf i eld, James 
Pugh, William 



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Ralmer, Adaxa 
Haines , Isaao 
Ramsey, Robert 
Ramsey, William 
Ramsey, William, Sr, 
Ray, Sarali 
Ray , Thomas 
Ravel, Isham 
Richards, John 
Rideout, George 
Roberts, Enoch 
Roberts, Richard 
Robertson, Nathaniel 
Robertson. Wm. A, 
Rucker, Gldion 
Rucker, Wilford 
Runnolds , John 
Russell, Matthew 

Sachet, David 
Sappington, Thomas 
Saunders, Elijah 
Scott, Ebenezer 
Scott, George 
Seat, Henry 
Sebastian, Isaac 
Sewel, Joseph 
Sharpe, Marquis D, 
Sharpe, William 
Shelton, Godfrey 
Sikes, Jessee 
Sikes, Thos, A. 
Simpson, David 
Small, Morris 
Smith, David 
Smith, Mibler 
Smithson, 0. C. 
Snell , James 
Snell, John 
Snell, William 
Spence, John 
Stanton, Lewis 
Stapleton, John 
Stephens, Richard 
Stephenson, James 
Stockird, William 
Stone, James 
St oral. Cab el 
Strickleind, Campbell 
Strickland, Gideon 
Sullivan, Lee 
Sullivan, Patrick 
Summers, Thos, E, 



Terralls, William, Heirs 
Thomps on , Jame s 
Thompson, William 
Travis, David 
Travis, David, Jr. 
Travis, L. 
Tucker, Campbell 
Tucker, Samuel 
Tumi in, Humphry 

Vanhoose, Jessee 
Vaser, James 

Wadley, David 
Wallace, Robert 
Wallis, William 
Ward, Philip 
Warrell, William 
Weakley, Robert 
Weakley, Samuel 
Weavers, Benjamin 
Webb, Aron 
West, Baset 
Wharry, Jackson 
Wheeler, Nathan 
Whi taker, John 
Whitchour, Thos. 
White, John 
White, Levi 
White, Robert 
White, William 
Whiteside, Jenkin 
Whitley, Lewis 
Whit sett, Joseph 
Williams, Ward 
Williams, William 
Williford, Hardy 
Wimberly, Isaac 
Windle, David 
Windle, Matilda 
Windle, William 
Windrow, Henry 
Windrow, John 
Winn, Peter 
Woods, Joseph 
Wright, Jacob 
Wright, Thomas 



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RUTHERFORD COUNTY HISTORICAL SO CI ETY MEMBERSHIP LIST 
AS OF NOVEMBERIO. 197^ 



1. Mr. John P. Adams 
Route 4 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

2. Mrs. John P. Adams 
Route 4 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*3. Mrs. W. D. Adkerson 

Route 8, Compton Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

4. Mr. Haynes Baltimore 
302 Haynes Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

5. Miss Margaret Brevard 
903 E. Lytle Street 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*6 . Dr. Fred W. Brlgance 
1202 Scottland 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*7. Mrs. Fred W. Brigance 
1202 Scottland 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

8, Mrs. Lida N. Brugge 
714 Chickasaw Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

9. Mrs. C. Alan Carl 
120 Ensworth 
Nashville, TN 37205 

10. Mr. Cecil J. Cates 
1103 Rutherford Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

11. Mr. Steve Cates 
1417 Poplar Avenue 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

12. Miss Louise Cawthon 
534 E. College 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



13, Mr. Almond Chaney 
Sanford Road 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

*14. Mrs. George Chaney 
P.O. Box 114 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

15. Mr. James L. Chrisman 
2728 Sharondale Court 
Nashville, TN 37215 

16. Mrs. James K, Clayton 
525 E. College 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

17. Mrs. Ellen Snell Coleman 
1206 Belle Meade Blvd 
Nashville, TN 37205 

18. Dr. Robert Corlew 
Manson Pike 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

19. Mrs. A. W. Cranker 
305 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

20. Mrs. Florence Davis 

Old Nashville Hwy, Rt. 2 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

21. Mrs. Moulton Farrar, Jr. 
502 Park Center Drive 
Nashville, TN 37205 

22. Mrs. Robert Fletcher 
14 President Way 
Belleville, ILL 62223 

23. Miss Myrtle Ruth Foutch 
103 G Street, S.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20024 

24. Mr. John H. Fox 
1018 Northfield Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



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25. Mr. Robert T. Goodwin 
202 N. Academy Street 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

26. Mrs. Robin Gould 

2900 Connecticut Avenue 
Washington, D.C. 20008 

27. Mrs. Robert Gwynne 
Brittain Hills Farm 
Rock Springs Road 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

*28. Miss Mary Hall 
821 E. Burton 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

29. Mrs. B. K. Hibbett, Jr. 
2160 Old Hickory Blvd. 
Nashville, TN 37215 

30. Mrs. Carolyn Holmes 
119 McFarlin Avenue 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

31. Mr. Ernest Hooper 
202 2nd Avenue 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

32. Miss Elizabeth Hoover 
400 E. College St 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*33. Mr. Walter King Hoover 
101 Division 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

*34. Mr. Robert S. Hoskins 
310 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*35. Mrs. Robert S. Hoskins 
310 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*36. Mr. C. B. Huggins, Jr. 
915 E. Main 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

37. Dr. James K. Huhta 

507 E. Northfield Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



38. Mr. Jimmy A. Hut son 
P.O. Box 1497 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

39. Mr. Jack I. Inman 
5712 Vine Ridge Dr. 
Nashville, TN 37205 

40. Mrs. Jack I. Inman 
5712 Vine Ridge Dr 
Nashville, TN 37205 

*4l. Mr. Ernest King Johns 
Box 85, Route 1 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

42, Mr. Thomas N. Johns 
501 Mary Street 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

*43, Mrs. Buford Johnson 
109 Chestnut Street 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

44. Mr, Homer Jones 

1825 Ragland Avenue 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*45, Dr. Robert B. Jones, III 
819 W. Northfield Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*46. Dr. Belt Keathley 

1207 Whitehall Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*47. Mrs. Belt Keathley 
1207 Whitehall Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

48. Miss Adeline King 

Cambridge Apartments 
1506 18th Avenue, South 
Nashville, TN 37212 

*49. Mr. W. H. King 

2107 Greenland Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*50. Mrs. W. H. King 

2107 Greenland Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



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Mr. George Kinnard 

Route 1 

LaVergne, TN 37086 

Mrs. George Kinnard 

Route 1 

LaVergne, TN 37086 



Mrs. Edna T. 
141 McCorry 
Jackson, TN 



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38301 



Mrs. Louise G. Landy 

1427 South Madison 

San Angelo, Texas 76901 

Mr. John B. Lane 
P.O. Box 31 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

Mr. Albert D. Lawrence 
225 McNlckle Drive 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

Mr. William C. Ledbetter, Jr, 
115 N. University 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

Mr. T. Vance Little 
Beech Grove Farm 
Brentwood, TN 37027 

Mrs. Louise G. Lynch 

Route 5 

Franklin, TN 37064 

Mrs. Dorothy Mat heny 
1434 Diana Street 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

Mr. T. Edward Mat heny 
102 Park Circle 
Columbia, TN 38401 

Mrs. Mason McCrary 
209 Klngwood Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

Mr. Ben Hall McFarlin 
Route 2, Manson Pike 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



*64. Mrs. Ben Hall McFarlin 
Route 2, Manson Pike 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

65. Miss Luby H. Miles 
Monroe House, Apt. 601 
522 - 21st St., N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 20006 

66. Mr. Donald E. Moser 
1618 Riverview Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

67. Mr. Eugene R. Mullins 
2400 Sterling Road 
Nashville, TN 37215 

68. Mrs. David Naron 
Rock Springs Road 
Route 1 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

69. Mr. John Nelson 
Nelson Lane 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*70. Mr, Lawson B. Nelson 

13812 Whispering Lake Dr, 
Sun City, Arizona 85351 

71. Dr. Joe Edwin Nunley 
305 2nd Avenue 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

72. Mr. Harry M. Patillo 
Box 1 

Eagleville, TN 37060 

73. Mr. Charles C. Pearcy 
LaVergne 

TN 37086 

74. Mr. Dean Pearson 
414 Ross Drive 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

75. Mr. Walt Pfeifer 
Box 1936 

Abilene, Texas 79604 

*76. Dr. Homer Pittard 
309 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



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77. Mr. Bobby Pope 
Old U.S. 41 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

78. Mr. A. C. Puckett, Jr. 
Mason Circle 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

*79. Mr, Robert Ragland 
Box 544 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

80. Mrs. Robert Ragland 
Box 544 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

81. Mr. Granville S. Ridley 
730 E. Main 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

82. Mr. Billy E. Rogers 
506 Jean Drive, Route 2 
LaVergne, TN 37086 

*83. Mrs. Elvis Rushing 
604 N. Spring 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*84. Miss Racheal Sanders 
1311 Greenland Drive 
Apartment D-1 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*85. Miss Sara Lou Sanders 
1311 Greenland Drive 
Apartment D-1 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

86. Mrs. Janet Saviello 
4 Ledgetree Road 
Medfield, Mass. 02052 

87. Mr. John F. Scarbrough, Jr, 
701 Fairview 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

88. Dr. R. Neil Schultz 
1811 Jones Blvd. 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

89. Mrs. J. A. Sibley, Sr. 
2007 Cloverdale Avenue 
Baton Rouge, LA 70808 



90. Mr. William A. Shull, Jr. 
4211 Ferrara Drive 
Silver Springs, MD 20906 

91. Mr. Don Simmons 
1397 Johnson Blvd. 
Murray, KY 42071 

*92. Mr. Gene Sloan 

728 Greenland Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

93. Colonel Sam W. Smith 
318 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*94. Miss Dorothy Sraotherman 
1220 N, Spring Street 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

*95. Mr. Travis Smotherman 
21 Vaughn's Gap Road 
Apartment B-28 
Nashville, TN 37205 

96. Mrs. E. C. Stewart 
127 Inner Circle 
Maxwell AFB, ALA 36113 

97. Mr. Allen J. Stockard 
1330 Franklin Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

98. Mrs. Robert Mac Stone 
921 Westview Avenue 
Nashville, TN 37205 

99. Mrs. Robert Stroop 
Hidden Acres, Apt 1 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

100. Mr. Roy Tarwater 
815 W. Clark Blvd. 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

101. Dr. Robert L. Taylor, Jr. 
1810 Jones Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

102. Mr. Mason Tucker 
Route 6, Elam Road 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



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103. Mrs. Joe Van Sickle 
910 Ewing 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

104. Mrs. Frances H. Vaughn 
5155 Abel Lane 
Jacksonville, FLA 32205 

105. Mrs. Emmet t Waldron 
Box 4 

LaVergne, TN 37086 

#106. Mr. Bill Walkup, Jr. 
202 Ridley Street 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

107. Mr. William T. Walkup 
202 Ridley Street 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

108. Mrs. P. H. Wade 

1700 Murfreesboro Road 
Nashville, TN 37217 

109. Mrs. George F. Watson 
Executive House, B-17 
Franklin, TN 37064 

*110. Mayor W. H. Westbrooks 
305 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

111. Mrs. W. H. Westbrooks 
305 Tyne 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

112. Mr. Charles Wharton 
917 Crownhill Drive 
Nashville, TN 37217 

113. Mr. Alfred T. Whitehead 
303 Maple Street 
Smyrna, TN 37167 



114. Miss Kate Wharton 
Box 156, Route 2 
Apopka, FLA 32703 

115. Miss Virginia Wilkinson 
1118 E. Clark Blvd 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

116. Mrs. Virginia Wilson 
507 Winfrey Drive 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 

117. Mrs. Pauline H. Woraack 
307 E. Monroe 
Greenwood, Miss. 38930 

*118. Mr. Henry G. Wray 
104 McNickle Drive 
Smyrna, TN 37167 

119. Mr. Thomas D. Yates 

Rutherford County Health 

Department 
303 N. Church 
Murfreesboro, TN 37130 



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