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INDEX

ATCHLEY, Nan M.
BALLARD, Maggie Cate
BELL, Hugh L.
BLACK, James
BLALOCK, Samuel H.
BOYD, David
BREEDEN, Lewis Harrison & Sophia Elvira Ogle Breeden
BROWN-HENRY
BROWN, James & Roxanna Powell
BURNETT, Ausburn Jenkins
DIXON, Alfred H.
DOBBINS & SHIELDS
HAWORTH, Laura Randles
HEADRICK, Daniel Lee
HEDRICK, James Thomas
HENDERSON SPRINGS HOTEL
HENRY, John & Jane Catlett
HICKS, David J.
LIVINGSTON, William Edward
McGEE, Mary Randles
PUCKETT, Fannie
QUARRELS, William Conway
ROBERTSON, Nancy
SHELTON, Benjamin & Julia Thomas
SMITH, James Ezekial
STOCKTON Family
TAYLOE, George
TENOVER, Mary
WEBB, George W.




ATCHLEY, Nan M.
Need info on Nan M. Atchley b. Nov 16, 1858, daughter of Benjamin M. Atchley & Rose Anna Morris. Nan married Alfred Hall Garrett. Were from Alderbranch, TN.
Please contact Betty Burke with any information. 5/11/2004


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BALLARD, Maggie Cate
I am looking for information on Maggie Cate who married a Ballard. She was the daughter of Albert and Besty Cate.
Please contact Calvin Collins with any information. 7/17/2003


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BELL, Hugh L.
Looking for Information on Hugh L. Bell and family, of Wears Vally Tn. They are listed in the 1880 Census, however have not been able to come up with enough info, such as names, date of Birth and Birth place etc. I beleive he is my Great Great Grandad and would like any info available.
Please contact Bob Pierce with any information. 10/5/2003


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BLACK, James
I'm searching for the given name of the husband of Nancy Robertson. Nancy was b. abt 1796 in SC and was listed as a widow in Sevier County, TN in 1870 Fair Garden, and 1880 Henry's Cross Roads according to the census. Census reports indicate that (? ) ROBERTON was also born in SC. I am also looking for his son-in-law, my great grandfather, James Black aka Jim Black, married Nancy Robertson b abt 1835 in TN. They were married abt 1860. Children of Jim and Nancy Black are William b abt 1862 TN and Joseph b 1863 abt TN, Nancy Cordia b abt 1864 TN and my grandmother Martha Malinda b abt 1867. I don't have access to any other TN census reports so I can't check the 1860 to see if they were there at that time. Thanks for any information that should become available.
Please contact Eileen Mostiler with any information. 2/4/2003


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BLALOCK, Samuel H.
I have looked for a long time for a grave in Sevier Co. and I hope that someone will be able to help me. My g-g-grandfather, Samuel H. Blalock was born in December 1839 in Tennessee (prob. Sevier Co.) He was married 1st to Margaret Clark and 2nd Charlotte Thomas. His parents were Jeremiah and Nancy Maples Blalock. I would very much like to know where all three of them are buried, but any info will be appreciated.
Please contact Doris Melton with any information. 6/3/2003


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BOYD, David
Looking for any information on following: David Boyd b. 01-14-1855 Sevier Co. TN d.01-02, 1939 Laclede Co. MO Siblings: Andrew, George, and Nancy Susannah (Susan). Possible parents: Andrew abt 1826 and Martha J. Phillips abt 1831 Possible gps: Jeremiah 1789 VA and Susannah Keicher 1795 N.C.
Please contact Sue Mount with any information. 2/4/2006


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BREEDEN, Lewis Harrison & Sophia Elvira Ogle Breeden
I have located my Great-Grandparents, Sophia Elvira Ogle and Lewis Harrison Breeden, originally from the Jones Cove, Sevier County, Tennessee area, living in Marmaton, Bourbon County, Kansas in the 1885 Kansas Census. They and their children are listed by first name initials..such as: E. Breeden, L. Breeden. Elvira died in 1886 and I am unable to find where she is buried. Lewis did not return to Tennessee until 1902 and died in 1919. He is buried in the Rollen Cemetery off Jones Cove Road in Sevier County, but Elvira is not buried there. I am assuming that Elvira was buried in Kansas, but cannot find info anywhere. If anyone has this info, I would appreciate so much if you would share with me. Or if you could give me advise on how to search. Most of the children had returned to TN at some date for they married local spouses. I am unable to find Leonard b:1870 or Mary Jane b:1872. Thanks so much for any help anyone can offer.
Please contact Betty Breeden with any information. 4/10/2007


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BROWN-HENRY
Looking for info on the Harriet Henry and the Andrew Brown who married in 1850 in Sevier Co., Tn. Also on their children. Also looking for info on the Lina (Lillie) Loveday who married Samuel H. Brown in 1870 in Sevier Co., Tn. Samuel Brown's parents may have been Harriet Henry and Andrew Brown. Lina (Lillie) Loveday's parents may have been George Loveday and his second wife Lillie ___.
Please contact Janet with any information. 6/18/2003


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BROWN, James & Roxanna Powell
Searching for information on James Brown and Roxanna Powell. Married in Sevier County on 23 Oct 1876. I am especially interested in any information on Roxanna. In the 1880 census James and Roxanna have 3 children; Elizabeth, David "Bud", and Dicy. (I am related through Dicy). Perhaps Roxanna was married before James Brown. According to the census he would have been 10 years old when Elizabeth was born - so I doubt he is her father. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
Please contact Kathy Taylor with any information. 3/02/2004


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BURNETT, Ausburn Jenkins
Ausburn Jenkins Burnett was in the 1840 Sevier Co. census. He had a land survey of 500 acres on Webb Creek done 1846 although land entry was 1838. Listed as postmaster Pigeon Forge 1842. He married Margaret Crouse 1826 Lincoln Co. NC. Known children were Minerva Elizabeth b 1827 NC who married Robert B. Thompson and a dau Margaret age 18 in 1850. A. J. had died before 1850 when spouse and da were in a household together. Possible brother James A. Burnett and wife Rebecah also in 1850 census Sevier Co. Looking for anything on parents and birthplace of A. J. Burnett -name appears as A J, A. Jenkins Burnett, or Ausburn J. Burnett.
Please contact Joan M. Jones with any information. 3/26/2004


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DIXON, Alfred H.
I cannot find any info as to who Alfred H. Dixon's parents were. He was born approx. 1801 in NC, and lived in Sevier county and Married Elizabeth Clark. Alfred had a son named Simon A. Dixon. The name could have been spelled wrong on records as Alford Dixson or Dickson, but the correct name is Dixon. I will appreciate any help anyone can give me.
Please contact Angela Dixon Vo with any information. 3/12/2005


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DOBBINS & SHIELDS
Rachel DOBBINS b. 1817 in Sevier Co., TN. Daughter of Johnson DOBBINS and Jane Unknown. Rachel DOBBINS married a SHIELDS sometime before 1841 and they had daughter Susan Rebekah SHIELDS born 1841. What is SHIELDS first name? What is Jane DOBBINS maiden name?
Please contact Cynthia Kirkley with any information. 7/27/2007


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HAWORTH, Laura Randles
You might say I have two BrickWalls, my GGrandmother Laura Randles, and her sister Mary. There is a good possibility both Laura and Mary were born in Sevier County, but are listed in the 1880 Census as living in Jefferson Co. Laura was married to Richard Haworth and the mother of Dora, Ladoska Lee, Charles, Owen and Rachel. Mary was married to Calvin McGee who operated the Ferry at Indian Creek. At one point, after 1891, Laura and Richard took their family to Iowa, and that is where Laura left her family when they started to return to Jefferson County. To our knowledge she was never heard from again. We do have a partial letter that was written to Mary from someone in Sinton, Texas. It appears to be a man, and he refers to Mary as $ister Mary....making his S's like dollar marks. Mary remained in the New Market area and helped raise Laura's children. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Please contact Pam McCurry with any information. 2/4/2003


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HEADRICK, Daniel Lee
I am looking for a man named Daniel Lee Headrick. He has many children and lived in Iowa with most of them. I live in Ohio, and was born through his passing through town. Now I am of age, I would love to find him. I know his mother's name is Joyce. Thats about it. And he was in Iowa state prison for many years, can you help..?
Please contact Danyal with any information. 12/19/2002


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HEDRICK, James Thomas
I am looking for the Hedrick family that lived in TN as early as 1827. James Thomas Hedrick was born in TN that year. He moved to Missouri before 1850. I found him in the 1850 Census in Texas County, MO living in the William Gogn household along with his brother Franklin age 21. Both were born in TN. James married Nancy Logan, b. 29 November 1825 in TN, on 8 October 1852 in Greene Co., MO. They had one child, William, born on 23 November 1852. James died/left before the 1860 census as Nancy and son William Cowdry Hedrick are living with her parents, Tarlton and Jane (Camel/Campbell) Logan. The names of William's children are Riley Bryant, William Harvey, Elizabeth Jane, James Franklin, Martha Ellen, Mary Evelyn, George Audrey, Leota May and Florence Luceta. These may be Hedrick family names. I would appreciate any clues. Thank you.
Please contact Kathleen Gregory with any information. 7/14/2003


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HENDERSON Springs Hotel
I am looking for an original photograph of Henderson's Springs Hotel. I will provide a free digital restoration of it to anyone who can supply it.
Please contact John Grim with any information. 2/24/2006


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HENRY, John & Jane Catlett
I have been searching for about 2 years for the parents of Rev. John Henry and his wife Jane Catlett Henry. Rev. John was born 1828 in East TN. and Jane was born 1822 in East TN. They married at the Baptist Church of Christ in Cosby, Cocke County abt.1849-1852. I have seen the Church minutes and it states that they marreid there in 1852 but how accurate it is I don't know since the 1850 Census shows them married that year. Their first born, Samuel Henry, was born 1850 and William M. Henry was born 1852, their daughter Hannah was born abt. 1860. She is reported to be buried in Old Henry Cemetery #1 off Old Henry Town Rd. and Jones Cove Rd. She is buried beside or near William Henry b:1748 and Elizabeth Jones Henry. Rev.John and Jane moved to McNairy Co.TN. abt.1870-1880s. Their sons also moved there too WilliamB:1852 and his wife Eliza (Henry) Henry her parents were John "Gooston" and Mary Henry. I believe these two Johns are cousins and their fathers were brothers. If anyone has any info on this family I would sure love to hear from you.
Please contact Doris Henry Price with any information. 2/4/2003


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HICKS, David J.
I'm hoping to find information on my BIG brick wall, my ggg-grandfather, David J. Hicks. I have a copy of his marriage record to Mary Ann Tyson on 30 Dec 1857 in Sevier Co. by Judge Milburn. They had children, Sarah Jane, Amanda, Rachel, Phillip, Harriet, Milas, Caroline, Myrtle, Lottie, Mary Maude...and possibly a John and second Phillip. I have no information David's siblings/parents or his birthdate/place. Would love to find some Hicks researchers that may be connected. I also don't know where he and Mary Ann died.
Please contact Debbie with any information. 2/6/2003


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LIVINGSTON, William Edward
William Edward LIVINGSTON is my gggrandfather who was born 21 Jan. 1851 in Sevierville, Sevier, Tennessee according to the information I have from relatives. I think his mother's name was Sarah according to 1880 census information where she is found in his home in Benton County, Arkansas. His sister was Mary Louise Livingston born in 1863. William married Mary Ann Elizabeth THOMAS, daughter of James Anderson THOMAS and Delila BREEDEN, 25 March 1873 in West Plains, Howell, Missouri. She was also born in Sevierville 21 Sept. 1853. William and Mary had these children: Sarah Delilah, Margaret Louise, Jinks Kirkpatric, Pearl Martha, William Elisha, Thomas, Mary Elizabeth, Edna Clara, and Maude Lennie Bell, all born in Missouri. A grandson stated William Edward left home at the age of 13. William died in Galena, Cherokee, Kansas 20 Sept. 1930. A cousin and I have been searching for William's father for several months. Any help would be appreciated.
Please contact Deborah Chatman with any information. 5/23/2003


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McGEE, Mary Randles
You might say I have two BrickWalls, my GGrandmother Laura Randles, and her sister Mary. There is a good possibility both Laura and Mary were born in Sevier County, but are listed in the 1880 Census as living in Jefferson Co. Laura was married to Richard Haworth and the mother of Dora, Ladoska Lee, Charles, Owen and Rachel. Mary was married to Calvin McGee who operated the Ferry at Indian Creek. At one point, after 1891, Laura and Richard took their family to Iowa, and that is where Laura left her family when they started to return to Jefferson County. To our knowledge she was never heard from again. We do have a partial letter that was written to Mary from someone in Sinton, Texas. It appears to be a man, and he refers to Mary as $ister Mary....making his S's like dollar marks. Mary remained in the New Market area and helped raise Laura's children. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Please contact Pam McCurry with any information. 2/4/2003


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PUCKETT, Fannie
Fannie PUCKETT is buried in Little River Cemetery in NC. I believe Henderson County. She was born around 1877. No marker has been found for her, but we are looking for more information on this remarkable lady known for walking many miles weekly, bringing stories and sunshine into many lives. There are PUCKETT'S here in this area of TN aren't there? Wonder if anyone has information on this lady?
Please contact Eileen with any information. 3/4/2003


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QUARRELS, William Conway
MY gggrandfather William Conway Quarrels was allegedly born in Jefferson Co, Tn, ca 1833/34. Married Mary Adeline McCarter in the 1850 era. They raised their family pimarily in sevier co. Their daughter, Paulina Ellen Quarrels married James T. Walker and they were my great grandparents. Their son, Thomas Newton Walker married Cynthia M. Clabough, daughter of AAron Clabough and Matilda/malinda Kear. William C. Quarrels was allegedly the son of a circuit riding preacher who died and left william and his siblings, and his mother, allegedly, elisabeth Betsy Quarrels. We believe that Betsy put her children in thecare of George Tumley in 1837.
Please contact Rosella Haun with any information. 5/24/2004


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ROBERTSON, Nancy
I'm searching for the given name of the husband of Nancy Robertson. Nancy was b. abt 1796 in SC and was listed as a widow in Sevier County, TN in 1870 Fair Garden, and 1880 Henry's Cross Roads according to the census. Census reports indicate that (? ) ROBERTON was also born in SC. I am also looking for his son-in-law, my great grandfather, James Black aka Jim Black, married Nancy Robertson b abt 1835 in TN. They were married abt 1860. Children of Jim and Nancy Black are William b abt 1862 TN and Joseph b 1863 abt TN, Nancy Cordia b abt 1864 TN and my grandmother Martha Malinda b abt 1867. I don't have access to any other TN census reports so I can't check the 1860 to see if they were there at that time. Thanks for any information that should become available.
Please contact Eileen Mostiler with any information. 2/4/2003


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SHELTON, Benjamin & Julia Thomas
Looking for info on children...if any...of Julia Thomas..born:1863 in Sevier County, TN and married Benjamin Shelton on 10 Jan 1885 in Sevier County, TN. Julia is a sister to my grandmother, Nancy Elizabeth Thomas who married Lewis H. Breeden.
Please contact Betty Breeden with any information. 4/29/2007


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SMITH, James Ezekial
I'm writing to ask if you'll keep an eye out for the grave of my great grandfather, Rev. James Ezekial Smith. Born 12 Aug 1874 in Brunswick Co, NC, he married Mary Annie Moore, the daughter of Robert James Moore, a sea captain from Snead's Ferry, NC. Rev. Smith was a circuit-riding preacher who established a little church in Pigeon Forge (possibly Advent Christian). He died of diabetes in Dec 1915 at age 41 while on one of his visits and is buried there. I understand that a monument or marker was erected in his memory - but I have no idea by whom (I assume by the church members.) He left his wife and 5 children (including my grandfather) penniless in Wilmington, NC. Unable to take care of the children, Annie put the children in Barium Springs Orphanage. She died 6 years later at age 46 and is buried here in Wilmington. As each child reached age 16, each returned to Wilmington. Because both parents died so young, many questions were left unanswered. I've located the graves of most all the family here in eastern North Carolina, but Rev Smith is unreachable. I do so hope that someone in Pigeon Forge will come across his marker and recall that his great granddaughter is looking for him.
Please contact Margie Kye with any information. 12/1/2002


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STOCKTON Family
Samuel Stockton (1774-died before 1830) and wife Patience Kirkpatrick (died after 1840) were in Sevier County TN at least before 1830 and until aftr 1840. They had nine children shown on the 1830 federal census, but only one is known. Samuel Stockton Jr. and wife took over the family homestead by the 1840 census. My brick wall is identifying his other eight siblings.
Please contact Patricia Ross Parker with any information. 9/20/2007


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TAYLOE, George
My great-grandfather was supposedly born in Sevier County and I was wandering if anyone knew if this was true. His name was George Tayloe and was born on April 21, 1841. He moved to Blount County, Tennessee at some time and died here and I know where he was buried.
Please contact Carol Rosenbalm with any information. 12/7/2002


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TENOVER, Mary {Mollie}
Looking for any info on Mary (Mollie) Tenover who married Jesse F. Smith in Sevier Co Tn 8/2/1885. She appears as a one year old on the 1870 census with the family listed as Turnover. Her father, Henry was born in Holland. Her mother was Margaret, maiden name unknown., born in NC. Then she appears as an 11 year old on the 1880 census with her father, and her stepmother,Jane, and her sister, Sallie age 8. Looking for her parents marriage, probably in Sevier Co but maybe in NC and her mother's maiden name.Also, any info on her sister or father.
Please contact Carole with any information. 8/15/2004


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WEBB, George W.
I am looking for information regarding ancestry of George W. WEBB , born 9/15/1833 TN and died 6/1/1871. He is buried in Dockery Cemetery in Jones Cove, Sevier County. He married Martha Jane Connatser 11/26/1951 and they had 6 children. I don't know how he died. Martha remarried and was the third wife of Bryant Breeden and they had more children. Martha is also buried in Dockery Cemetery under the name Martha Breeden. George and Martha's son Wilson Webb is buried there also. Their other children were: James Webb, Mary J. Webb, Andrew Harrison Webb (my gggrandfather) who married Mary Patty, Cynthia Webb who married William R. Patty, and Elizabeth. There are several Webbs in Sevier County and I cannot seem to connect my George to a previous generation. Also does anyone know where Cynthia Webb Patty was buried. I was told her husband shot her while cleaning his gun and she died in 1904, but I cannot find her grave or an obit. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Please contact Teresa Webb-Martin with any information. 5/01/2005


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