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    1. ([TNGREENE])Multi-states wills added
    2. W David Samuelsen
    3. Neighboring counties... Oregon, Yamhill - 1854-1926 Ohio, Wayne - 1817-1840 West Virginia, Marshall 1835-1871 and Wetzel 1847-1903 Tennessee, Washington 1779-1857 Kentucky, Martin 1861-1941 Indiana, Marion 1840-1865 Images not online, seen only at Family History Center Illinois, Cook 1883-1884 not available online or go to Salt Lake City's Family History Library. Images are accessible via links. Free access to FamilySearch but you need FamilySearch account, which is free. For other states/counties in last 4 months https://www.sampubco.com/newlist.htm https://www.sampubco.com/ W David Samuelsen SAMPUBCO

    11/21/2018 12:43:42
    1. ([TNGREENE])Meredith/Etherton
    2. Donna
    3. Does anyone have a connection with the names Meredith or Etherton, in Greene Co. in the 1818 to 1850 era? I have a Margaret Etherton that married William Umsted (b ca 1818 Maryland) in Greene co. I have strong thoughts that her birth name might have been Margaret Meredith (b ca 1809) TN . I can't find her definitely connected to any of the known Meredith family in that time period. I received info that a James Etherton married a Margaret Meredith, they divorced, time frame fits. It is a long story. -- Thank you Donna --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.avast.com_antivirus&d=DwICaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=TdSViNq7AY9uvIBJkqgOCZ9kxpWhIi2nf3krDtP04DE&s=KHBOuRHfX3lhity_GU8k3tiyKvK7We812ocB6elFy2w&e=

    08/22/2018 07:58:47
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: TNGREENE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 49
    2. Judy K Mitchell
    3. Helen, I've never heard that Smelser was a "jewish" name -- Can you give me some sources for your information?   My Smelsers were Lutheran, and I'm asking here about the MYERS -SMELSER connection in Greene County, TN (circa 1838-1880.) Thank you,Judy Smelser Mitchell From: Helen Sabin <hsabin1@gmail.com> Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: MYERS families in Greene County early 18th     century (TNGREENE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 48) Smelser was often thought of as a "jewish" name - have you tried jeiwh gen?

    08/21/2018 10:01:38
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: MYERS families in Greene County early 18th century (TNGREENE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 48)
    2. David Myers
    3. The 1820s Myers families tend to be geographically separated. Have you examined tax rolls of the period? Can you ID where John Smelser lived (or the Captain of his tax district)? For example, the Myers I am related to in 1828, Barnabas (and perhaps Gabriel) Myers are in Captain Parson's Company in the tax rolls. Tax data are available in the T Elmer Cox library in Greeneville. There is an Elizabeth Myers born to William Myers Jr. On his death she is passed on to Charles Myers Sr (Charles was her guardian). Info I have, though, suggests she follows Charles Sr to Giles County TN in the time 1817-1820. Ancestry trees suggest she marries a WIlliam Carter. On 08/21/2018 03:07 PM, Judy K Mitchell via TNGREENE wrote: > My 4xg grandparents were John SMELSER and Elizabeth_____.  In census records she's identified as Elizabeth (except for one very scribbled entry.) > I've found a 1838 Greene Co marriage record for a John SMELSER and a Betsy MYERS. The year would be in the ballpark for my ancestors' marriage, so I've been *assuming* that Betsy MYERS is the same as my 4x gg, Elizabeth___.  (I have not found evidence of another John Smelser marriage in the correct time period.) > > I've done DNA testing at the 4 main companies and have 4th cousin matches who have trees with MYERS in Greene Co., TN, in the early to mid-1800s, but have not been able to identify parents of Betsy Myers SMELSER, nor which of the several MYERS lines she was from. > > > Any tips or suggestions are appreciated. > Judy Smelser Mitchell > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=6l2T5dJghZLbL4gYtcUvslvJKvN0pFPKWG0p_25bgTM&s=V-QdczATbO2OZEGQ5oepUWM3pv50aolZETKJdp66ZVo&e= > Unsubscribe and Archives https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/tngreene > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=6l2T5dJghZLbL4gYtcUvslvJKvN0pFPKWG0p_25bgTM&s=8E3I2PocJpwXqjycCe20hxaJ3QNwdpOly-OgKMqqHCo&e= Terms and Conditions: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=6l2T5dJghZLbL4gYtcUvslvJKvN0pFPKWG0p_25bgTM&s=51jinzI5hP6-jNZgfVRHnP-LJekWGjbGoBb1wbLo74E&e= > Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwIDaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=6l2T5dJghZLbL4gYtcUvslvJKvN0pFPKWG0p_25bgTM&s=1XA5Km3aVcE6q5oni1Jg3jk8BkMFyRoqTrdd9122bIM&e= > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    08/21/2018 06:36:27
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: MYERS families in Greene County early 18th century (TNGREENE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 48)
    2. Helen Sabin
    3. Smelser was often thought of as a "jewish" name - have you tried jeiwh gen? *HELEN SABIN* *The problems we face today exist because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who VOTE for a living! * On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 1:08 PM Judy K Mitchell via TNGREENE < tngreene@rootsweb.com> wrote: > My 4xg grandparents were John SMELSER and Elizabeth_____. In census > records she's identified as Elizabeth (except for one very scribbled > entry.) > I've found a 1838 Greene Co marriage record for a John SMELSER and a Betsy > MYERS. The year would be in the ballpark for my ancestors' marriage, so > I've been *assuming* that Betsy MYERS is the same as my 4x gg, > Elizabeth___. (I have not found evidence of another John Smelser marriage > in the correct time period.) > > I've done DNA testing at the 4 main companies and have 4th cousin matches > who have trees with MYERS in Greene Co., TN, in the early to mid-1800s, but > have not been able to identify parents of Betsy Myers SMELSER, nor which of > the several MYERS lines she was from. > > > Any tips or suggestions are appreciated. > Judy Smelser Mitchell > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__bit.ly_rootswebpref&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=0VToqrYtPVsexJHjmWPMMXcveBupwcSz52UlBBZGD6E&s=y23gQCu3LEnRxk6JadrsHEfmcQRryeMznBA5RSK2wYI&e= > Unsubscribe and Archives > https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/search/tngreene > Privacy Statement: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2JWBOdY&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=0VToqrYtPVsexJHjmWPMMXcveBupwcSz52UlBBZGD6E&s=N1GiOQBrRELoI_cn-dLxQoyzSiLPUF1JYuy-akElLBk&e= Terms and Conditions: > https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__ancstry.me_2HDBym9&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=0VToqrYtPVsexJHjmWPMMXcveBupwcSz52UlBBZGD6E&s=a-BwURqrGa9CG_Mtg4y99raEQ9pxw-rmCPeWqJ4bKqY&e= > Rootsweb Blog: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__rootsweb.blog&d=DwIBaQ&c=kKqjBR9KKWaWpMhASkPbOg&r=E1MyJEmWLfh3Szveve137rVw8aHbU13j4QI3DDixV9Y&m=0VToqrYtPVsexJHjmWPMMXcveBupwcSz52UlBBZGD6E&s=jEazULWhWWlk7wbfqHZmgQ-_fEpTLO63Izk6ndHnPec&e= > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    08/21/2018 02:45:04
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: MYERS families in Greene County early 18th century (TNGREENE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 48)
    2. Judy K Mitchell
    3. My 4xg grandparents were John SMELSER and Elizabeth_____.  In census records she's identified as Elizabeth (except for one very scribbled entry.)   I've found a 1838 Greene Co marriage record for a John SMELSER and a Betsy MYERS. The year would be in the ballpark for my ancestors' marriage, so I've been *assuming* that Betsy MYERS is the same as my 4x gg, Elizabeth___.  (I have not found evidence of another John Smelser marriage in the correct time period.) I've done DNA testing at the 4 main companies and have 4th cousin matches who have trees with MYERS in Greene Co., TN, in the early to mid-1800s, but have not been able to identify parents of Betsy Myers SMELSER, nor which of the several MYERS lines she was from. Any tips or suggestions are appreciated. Judy Smelser Mitchell

    08/21/2018 01:07:52
    1. ([TNGREENE])The Myers families in Greene County early 18th century.
    2. David Myers
    3. The original of this appears to have been deleted because of references to a now defunct Myers surname project. The data is really good, so I am reposting it here. There is one amendment, as William Myers's old residence is in East Penn Township, Carbon County, not Lehigh. There were about 5 different early Myers families in Greene Co., TN before 1810. They are all very difficult to trace before their arrival. Among them were: 1. The Myers on Cove Creek who were akin to the Girdners. This family intemarried with Kochers, Gables, and others. The progenitor is believed to be Wilhelm, aka William Myers, Sr., born approx. 1735 and came from Northhampton Co., PA (now Carbon County) where he was in the Rev. War. Most of these Myers moved on out of Greene Co., TN by the 1830's. 2. Henry Myers (1777-1843) who married Elizabeth Trobaugh and whose descendants are well documented. There are still many of them in Greene County, TN. Henry had probable brothers who married his wife's cousins: Frederick Myers (1789-1856) m. Mary Kerbaugh and moved to Harrison Co., IN, and John Myers (ca. 1785-1815) m. Caty Kerbaugh and had two daughters Polly and Eliza Myers I have been unable to trace. Henry, Frederick & John Myers were likely the sons of Michael Myers (1750 - ?) who owned a farm adjoining Nicholas Trobaugh's land in Augusta Co., Virginia at the time of Henry Myers marriage to Elizabeth Trobaugh. (Nicholas Trobaugh was the father of Elizabeth Trobaugh.) This particular Michael Myers was believed to be the son of Frederick Meyer/Myers (1711-ca.1782) who immigrated from Germany in 1741 on the ship "Marlboro." This family of Myers interacted with the Trobaughs before Nicholas Trobaugh left York Co., PA and after the move to Augusta Co., VA which I think increases the likelihood of a connection. Frederick Meyer/Myers was the son of Hermann Meyer of Thal Lichtenberg, Kries Kusel, Germany. He married Barbara Schmidt and lived in Bedesbach, Kries Kusel, before the move to Pennsylvania. 3. Adam Myers who had a son named Peter who moved to West Tennessee and applied for a Rev. War Pension mentioning residence in Greene Co., TN. 4. The extremely large Gap Creek Myers family that intermarried with the Couch, Manis/Maness, West, and Rutherford families early on. 5. Henry Myers family who was born ca. 1784 in PA and lived on the Hawkins Co., TN line at Laurel Gap. His children include Anna Myers who married James Gardner.

    08/20/2018 02:30:44
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Memorial Day
    2. Linda Dudley
    3. Please unsubscribe. Sent from my iPhone > On May 29, 2018, at 8:43 PM, SK <skcoffman48@att.net> wrote: > > Family story by Ruby Weinman Hillier, granddaughter who was raised by Louisa (Paxton) Willhoit: > Grandfather (Emanuel Willhoit) was one of a big family of boys; I have forgotten how many. He was the only Union sympathizer. When a Confederate contingent came to conscript him for the southern army, he took off fast, but had to make a dash across a clearing to get to wooded land. Two of his brothers were with this group. His younger brother saw him sprinting across the clearing, but kept mum. Grandma (Louisa) said had it been the older brother who saw him, he would have shot Grandfather. His duty, as he saw it, would not have been swayed by relationship. So, of course, Grandfather went on to the Union Army and enlisted. > > If you remember your Civil War history, you know that Libby prison and Andersonville prison were notorious Confederate prisons. Conditions were unspeakable. I remember the story Grandma (Louisa) told about Andersonville. The prisoners had no water except filthy, stagnant water from which they had to skim out the vermin. Men were dying like flies and everyone was sick and emaciated. Then a spring of fresh water broke forth right in the prison yard. They drew a line around the spring and put guards on duty with orders to shoot any prisoner who stepped over that line to get a drink of pure water. Many men stepped over the line just so they would be shot and put out of their misery. > > When Grandfather and these other prisoners were informed that they were being transferred to Andersonville (Libby was horrible, but Andersonville had a still worse reputation) they decided they would rather die in an escape attempt then go there. The men were in a box car and a huge searchlight directed on them. Some of them asked a guard if they might hang up a blanket to keep the light out of their eyes so they could sleep, and they got permission. They hacked together their steel knives and made saws and then sawed through a rail of the box car. Most of the men chickened out, but Grandfather and these two rolled off the moving train. One of the men was injured very badly and that is one reason they were so long getting back to the Union lines. They had to hide out by day and make their painful way by night, begging food from the Negroes when they could. > > Found on the internet: > Emanuel was in the Civil War for 3 years for Union Army as 1st Lieutenant, Company F, Fentress County TN, Second Tennessee Infantry Regiment, USA at age 36. Organization began at Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky, in August, 1861; 7 companies mustered out at Knoxville, TN, October 6, 1864; final muster out at Nashville, August 3, 1865. Captain David Fry, Co. "F". Enrolled at Camp Dick Robinson, Sep 23, 1861; mustered out at Knoxville, Oct 6, 1864. > > Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Libby Prison in Richmond VA. Sent to Danville VA on May 1, 1864. Sent to Macon GA (Andersonville) on May 7, 1864. Escaped by jumping from the train on May 15, 1864 about 60 miles east of Macon GA while being transferred. Was 30 days getting back to unit. Granted 20 day furlough. Returned to regiment about July 10, 1864. He mustered in Sept 26, 1861, Camp Wildcat, Clay, KY to Oct 6, 1864, Knoxville, Knox, TN, expiration of service. > http://home.fuse.net/damathew/roster.html > > He moved from Tennessee with his family in Oct 1878 to Nebraska, and in 1884 he moved to Custer County where he lived until he died. He suffered many years with diseases contracted in the army and prison. He was a good citizen, neighbor, husband and father. He died Dec 23, 1904 and is buried at Somerford Cemetery, Custer Co, Nebraska. > > This was Emanuel Willhoit, son of Samuel Willhoit and Elizabeth Parmen born Dec 5, 1825 in Greene Co, Tennessee. He married for a second wife, Louisa Paxton, daughter of Alfred Paxton and Catharine Keasling. She was born Jan 18, 1850 in Mosheim, Tennessee. Their daughter, Bonnie Bell Willhoit married Charles Clarence Stevens and they had one son, my father. Emanuel was my great-grandfather. > > SKCoffman > > > Sent from Mail for Windows 10 > > From: Richard Berkheiser > Sent: Monday, May 28, 2018 2:08 PM > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Memorial Day > > Hi everyone! > > Sorry to start another thread of messages so close to a Surname Shout Out > but with the lists being down the first part of the year it threw my > scheduling off. Hope you don't mind... > > With this being the Memorial Day Weekend, I thought it would it be > interesting to post one ancestor we have in our family trees who served in > one of the many wars and battles we fought in US History. Obviously it has > to be an ancestor from this county. :) > > Give a brief biography of that person including the unit and war he or she > was in, a POW, injuries, plus the usual genealogical stuff. > > Thanks in advance and have a safe weekend! > > Rick B > Admin > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community > > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    07/26/2018 12:22:53
    1. Fwd: [TNGREENE-L] Greene County News item
    2. --part1_ea.6fba616.268365d2_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit We have all lost a wonderful source of information and we have lost a wonderful man. I spoke with him many times at the Greene County library and was always impressed with his knowledge, humility and generosity. He will be greatly missed by all --part1_ea.6fba616.268365d2_boundary Content-Type: message/rfc822 Content-Disposition: inline Return-Path: <TNGREENE-L-request@rootsweb.com> Received: from rly-za03.mx.aol.com (rly-za03.mail.aol.com [172.31.36.99]) by air-za03.mail.aol.com (v74.17) with ESMTP; Wed, 21 Jun 2000 20:18:08 -0400 Received: from lists5.rootsweb.com (lists5.rootsweb.com [63.92.80.123]) by rly-za03.mx.aol.com (v75.16) with ESMTP; Wed, 21 Jun 2000 20:17:29 -0400 Received: (from slist@localhost) by lists5.rootsweb.com (8.10.1/8.10.1) id e5M0FmI23660; Wed, 21 Jun 2000 17:15:48 -0700 Resent-Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 17:15:48 -0700 X-Original-Sender: jmasoner@isc-durant.com Wed Jun 21 17:15:47 2000 Message-ID: <000101bfdbdd$aa7c6e40$66188f18@test> From: "Jean Masoner" <jmasoner@isc-durant.com> Old-To: <TNGREENE-L@rootsweb.com> Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 19:05:57 -0500 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252" X-Priority: 3 X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.00.2919.6600 X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V5.00.2919.6600 Subject: [TNGREENE-L] Greene County News item Resent-Message-ID: <XWx_xB.A.jxF.0qVU5@lists5.rootsweb.com> To: TNGREENE-L@rootsweb.com Resent-From: TNGREENE-L@rootsweb.com X-Mailing-List: <TNGREENE-L@rootsweb.com> archive/latest/4184 X-Loop: TNGREENE-L@rootsweb.com Precedence: list Resent-Sender: TNGREENE-L-request@rootsweb.com Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable X-MIME-Autoconverted: from 8bit to quoted-printable by lists5.rootsweb.com id e5M0FmI23660 Greene County Online GCOL Internet Service 125 West Summer Street - Greeneville, TN - (423) 798-0545 MOSTLY SUNNY 81=B0F This should be of interest to all who have researched in Greene County. News Article Harry B. Roberts Dies At 85; Was Widely Known County Historian By: By JOHN M. JONES JR./Editor Source: The Greeneville Sun 06-21-2000 Harry B. Roberts, 85, of Monument Avenue, for decades one of Greene County= =92s most widely known and respected local historians, died Tuesday after almost a year of sharply declining health. Roberts died at Wellington Place of Greeneville, where he had been a resident since February. The funeral service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church. A partial obituary appears on Page 6 of today=92s issue= . Roberts taught school in the Greene County School System from 1951 until his retirement in 1981, almost entirely at the high school level. During his long career in education, he became noted in the county as an outstanding teacher of history and biology. He began his career in 1951 as principal and teacher at what was then Warrensburg School. He moved to what was then Mosheim School as a high school teacher in 1952 and continued there until the school was consolidated into the new West Greene High School in 1966. He taught at West Greene until his retirement in 1981. Roberts held both a bachelor=92s degree and a master=92s degree from the University of Tennessee and had written his UT master=92s thesis on the history of public schools in Greene County. He was locally acknowledged to be an expert on the subject, and the owner of copious reference materials of all types. Especially in the last 30 years, however, he was most widely known in the community at large for his extremely extensive knowledge of the general history of Greene County and Northeast Tennessee back to the 1780s and before =97 and, especially, for his knowledge of the life and career of President Andrew Johnson. He was named Greene County Historian in July 1995 by the Greene County Commission, following the death of previous County Historian T. Elmer Cox in June 1995. Roberts had continued to serve in that honorary post, to which he had been nominated by County Executive Alan Broyles: a former student from Roberts= =92 year at Warrensburg. Strong Champion For Johnson Over the years, he became an increasingly devoted admirer of the 17th president and an outspoken champion of Johnson=92s significance in the histo= ry of both Tennessee and the nation as a whole. Roberts wrote numerous articles and pamphlets about the life and career of President Johnson and was one of the local historians interviewed by C-SPAN when the cable network was preparing its profile of Johnson for C-SPAN=92s acclaimed =93American Presidents=94 series. A longtime friend of the late Margaret Johnson Patterson Bartlett, the last surviving great-grandchild of President Johnson, Roberts worked closely with her from 1980 to 1983 in sorting and organizing a large volume of Johnson-related material that had come down to her through her family. During that decade she became increasingly frail and in April 1983 entered a local nursing home, where she died in 1992, at the age of 88. Recalled Experience In a 1983 interview for The Greeneville Sun=92s =93Bicentennial=94 publicati= on, marking the community=92s 200th year, he recalled the experience of working with Mrs. Bartlett on the Johnson material, and its impact on him. =93When I taught school, including American history,=94 he said, =93I never=20= gave him (Johnson) due consideration. =93My perspective changed when I started taking Mrs. Bartlett to meetings of the (Greene County) Heritage Trust and (Greene County) Historical Society. =93President Johnson=92s official papers had been given to the Library of Congress in 1905, but she had a great amount of personal things, such as books, letters and pictures. She realized she had nobody to hand it all to. Well, I volunteered to go through it. =93The more I read and saw, the more involved and interested I became. I realized it was a rare opportunity to go through the papers of a president.= =94 He also said in that interview that he thought he would have liked Johnson. =93He was such a sincere person, so conscientious and dedicated. There was n= o sham =97 no deception.=94 After her death in 1992, he sometimes consulted with the late Ralph M. Phinney, the co-executor of her estate along with John D. Cartwright, on matters concerning Johnson-related materials in the estate. In interviews with the Sun during the 1990s and earlier this year, he noted that he took much satisfaction in having played a crucial role in her decision to help establish the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library at Tusculum College. The museum and library formally opened in 1994. The effort that resulted in the museum and library was established, he said, when Mrs. Bartlett agreed in the early 1980s to place many of the family=92s personal Johnson-related materials at Tusculum rather than in museums or libraries in other cities or states. The decision was significant, he explained, because Mrs. Bartlett had felt over the years that President Johnson had been neglected and undervalued in this, his hometown for most of his life. For that reason, Roberts said, she was at first adamantly opposed to placing the materials here. Interest In Local History A descendant of local pioneer settlers, Roberts had a passionate lifelong interest in the historical heritage of Greeneville/Greene County and was for the past several decades a major force in a wide variety of local history-oriented organizations and projects, including the Greene County Historical Society, the Greene County Heritage Trust, the Nathanael Greene Museum, the Dickson-Williams Historical Association, and the Andrew Johson Memorial Association. A former president of the Historical Society and one of its most persistent members and leaders, he was also a member of the original board of directors of the Greene County Heritage Trust in 1972 and had continued to serve as an active board member ever since. Among numerous Heritage Trust projects in which he was significantly involved, he headed the successful efforts by the organization to preserve and restore the Bible Covered Bridge at Warrensburg and to establish a =93Ro= ll of Honor=94 monument at the Greene County Courthouse in 1988-1989 commemorating 13 individuals for =93Achievement at the Price of Great Sacrifice.=94 The =93Roll of Honor=94 Memorial was a joint project of the Heritage Trust a= nd the Glenwood Old Timers Association, an organization in which he was the key organizer and board chairman. In December 1988 he was presented by the Trust with a special Outstanding Service Award recognizing him for distinguished lifetime achievement in the fields of local historic preservation and restoration. =91Growing Up In Greene County=92 Roberts was also a former board member of the Nathanael Greene Museum and frequently took a role as an historical =93actor=94 in the museum=92s annual =93Growing Up in Greene=94 presentation for all Greeneville and Greene Count= y third-graders. The program is designed to dramatize for the students the contributions and personalities of several of the most important figures in the pre-1865 history of the community. A strong supporter of fellow local historian Richard H. Doughty=92s successf= ul effort between 1987 and the present to restore the Dickson-Williams Mansion to its mid-19th century grandeur, Roberts had served as a member of the board of directors of the Dickson-Williams Historical Association ever since its founding that year. Projects At Tusculum He was one of the founders of the Andrew Johnson Historical Association in 1981-82, and he researched and oversaw the construction at Tusculum College of a replica of President Johnson=92s humble Raleigh, N.C., birthplace. Built in the 1980s and financed by Mrs. Bartlett, the rough frame house was demolished in 1999. He also led and personally oversaw in the 1980s the effort to build near the Tusculum campus a replica of the historic Carter Fort. At the time, a non-local group had also indicated interest in establishing, possibly in the same approximate area, an ongoing historical pageant featuring the story of the Lost State of Franklin. Although a replica was built, the project was eventually abandoned, as was the tentative State of Franklin pageant concept. In 1987-1989, however, together with Louise Orr and her son, Dr. Robert Orr, he took a significant role in writing and coordinating an annual local historical production on the Tusculum campus dramatizing highlights of the life and career of Andrew Johnson. Roberts wrote for the county school system a 48-page booklet titled, =93A Brief History of Greene County: A Good Place To Live,=94 which concentrated mainly on the county=92s history from pioneer days through the Civil War. He also authored and published two softcover books on the life of famed frontiersman Davy Crockett, born at nearby Limestone in 1786. Old Timers Days A native of the Timber Ridge section of the Glenwood Community, he spent most of his early life in that community and later reared his own family there before moving to Greeneville several years ago. Working with fellow members of the Glenwood Ruritan Club, he was the originator and main moving force in the annual Old Timers Days event held at Glenwood School from 1972 through 1979. The popular event drew visitors from throughout the county and beyond, to enjoy true-to-life demonstrations by Ruritan members and other community members, dressed in earlier styles, of traditional Greene County agricultural methods of threshing wheat, making molasses and apple butter, weaving cloth, etc. Communities, Schools Over the years, he was the author of numerous local history-related articles and booklets, including a lengthy series of articles in The Greeneville Sun in the late 1950s detailing the history of many of the small rural communities of Greene County. The articles were published in 1983 in two volumes under the title, =93Olden Times in Greene County.=94 In the mid-1970s, he wrote a series of articles f= or the Sun on the history of the county from the period preceding white settlement here in the 1770s and 1780s until the Civil War era. One of his most strongly held convictions, expressed numerous times over the years both publicly and privately, was that the national historical significance of Greene County and the other Northeast Tennessee counties was extremely underrated by historians in general. For decades, in fact, he had been conducting research on a book dealing with that subject. All Day At Library Greeneville-Greene County Librarian Madge Walker, a close friend, noted Tuesday in an interview that, after he was named Greene County Historian, Roberts was typically at the library from 8:30 a.m. until it closed in the late afternoon, except for lunch. Using a desk at the library set aside for him, she said, he spent the time conducting research, writing on various local history-related projects, and, frequently, serving as a resource to students and to other visitors to the library with questions about local history, rural family cemeteries, President Andrew Johnson, etc. In 1976, he wrote more than 15 articles for a special history-oriented edition of The Greeneville Sun in July of that year tying in with the nation =92s bicentennial. The 200-page tabloid edition was titled =93Greene County:= A Place In History.=94 Roberts=92 articles focused mainly on the pioneer history of this part of Tennessee, including the pre-Revolutionary and Revolutionary period when the Cherokee were dominant here, and the era of the =93Overmountain Men=94 and t= he Lost State of Franklin in the late 1770s and the 1780s. For that special edition Roberts also wrote on the proliferation of local rural schools and colleges from the post-Civil War era to the early decades of this century, followed by the consolidation of the rural schools in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. =3D=3D=3D=3D TNGREENE Mailing List =3D=3D=3D=3D TNGenWeb's Project for Greene Co NEW URL http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngreene --part1_ea.6fba616.268365d2_boundary--

    06/22/2018 02:51:30
    1. ([TNGREENE])Bullard Narratives updated
    2. Bernard Bullard
    3. Read an on-line comprehensive, updated genealogy Narrative and history of early Greene County (1776-1790).   The 250+ page PDF Narrative has hundreds of searchable surnames.   Go to:   Bullardgenealogy.com   See Volume I: “The Life and Times Narrative of Joseph Bullard”.  

    06/20/2018 11:10:05
    1. ([TNGREENE])Adams
    2. Clara Sykes
    3. Researching Adolphus Adams born 1853 NC USA lived in TN. Married Martha Caroline Appleberry Sent from my iPad

    06/20/2018 11:15:09
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Jeanette
    3. That has to be the answer! Thanks, Helen! Thanks, Donna! -----Original Message----- From: Helen Sabin [mailto:hsabin1@gmail.com] Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2018 1:22 PM To: tngreene@rootsweb.com Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston Are they the daughters of the Negro girl who is mentioned right before them? *HELEN SABIN*

    06/10/2018 12:35:55
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Jeanette
    3. Thank you so much, Donna! Jeanette -----Original Message----- From: Donna [mailto:whataway@mediacombb.net] Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2018 11:10 AM To: tngreene@rootsweb.com Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston Peter King 1788 Greene County, State of North Carolina To sons, Peter and Johnson, land and 20 shillings each. To daughter Mary, side saddle. To daughter, Sarah, horse and side saddle. To sons William and Jonathon, land on Flat Creek north side of Holston River. Jonathon also to have $100 and negro, Mary. To son Benjamin, negro girl, Judith. Daughters Elizabeth and Rachel. To wife Mary, my plantation. Executors, Peter my son, and friend Jones Kendrick. Witnesses: Edward Hughes, Jones Kendrick, Margaret Kendrick, Signed: Peter X King his mark I think it looks strange but that is just what it says: "Daughters Elizabeth and Rachel", as if it is just a mention. On 5/31/2018 11:07 AM, Jeanette wrote: > I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. > > -- Thank you Donna _______________________________________________ ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== TNGREENE@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    06/10/2018 12:31:10
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Helen Sabin
    3. Are they the daughter of the Nego girl who is mentioned right before them? *HELEN SABIN* "Socialism is the doctrine that man has no right to exist for his own sake, that his life and his work do not belong to him, but belong to society, that the only justification of his existence is his service to society, and that society may dispose of him in any way it pleases for the sake of whatever it deems to be its own tribal, collective good." ...Ayn Rand On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 10:09 AM, Donna <whataway@mediacombb.net> wrote: > Peter King 1788 Greene County, State of North Carolina > To sons, Peter and Johnson, land and 20 shillings each. To daughter Mary, > side saddle. To daughter, Sarah, horse and side saddle. To sons William and > Jonathon, land on Flat Creek north side of Holston River. Jonathon also to > have $100 and negro, Mary. To son Benjamin, negro girl, Judith. Daughters > Elizabeth and Rachel. To wife Mary, my plantation. Executors, Peter my son, > and friend Jones Kendrick. > Witnesses: Edward Hughes, Jones Kendrick, Margaret Kendrick, > > Signed: Peter X King > his mark > > > > I think it looks strange but that is just what it says: "Daughters > Elizabeth and Rachel", as if it is just a mention. > > > > On 5/31/2018 11:07 AM, Jeanette wrote: > >> I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene >> Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. >> >> >> > -- > Thank you > Donna > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene > @rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene > @rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    06/10/2018 12:22:28
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Donna
    3. Peter King 1788 Greene County, State of North Carolina To sons, Peter and Johnson, land and 20 shillings each. To daughter Mary, side saddle. To daughter, Sarah, horse and side saddle. To sons William and Jonathon, land on Flat Creek north side of Holston River. Jonathon also to have $100 and negro, Mary. To son Benjamin, negro girl, Judith. Daughters Elizabeth and Rachel. To wife Mary, my plantation. Executors, Peter my son, and friend Jones Kendrick. Witnesses: Edward Hughes, Jones Kendrick, Margaret Kendrick, Signed: Peter X King his mark I think it looks strange but that is just what it says: "Daughters Elizabeth and Rachel", as if it is just a mention. On 5/31/2018 11:07 AM, Jeanette wrote: > I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. > > -- Thank you Donna

    06/10/2018 10:09:38
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Jeanette
    3. Hi Helen! We've been writing for 10 or more years! I checked for your Mary King/John Hill connection but do not have them in my database. My line: Nicholas King, Jr. b. 1809 KY and Matilda McCarver b. 1812 TN in Lawrence Co., AL in the 1850 Census with 7 children. If I get a copy of the Peter King II will, I may know more. My other King connection was Elizabeth King m. Richard Parker III. She clearly goes back to the Michael King/ Elizabeth Hirey/Carey line to Royalty. But I do not have your Mary King/John Hill in that line either. Great to hear from you! Jeanette -----Original Message----- From: Helen Sabin [mailto:hsabin1@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2018 10:11 AM To: tngreene@rootsweb.com Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston I have a MARY KING from Greene County TN in my line. She married my great great grandfather John Hill in 1864? I don’t know if she is from the PETER KING LINE but I will go back and research sometime this week. If YOU KNOW if Mary King is from Peter’s lineage - then hello cousin! Helen Sabin hsabin1@gmail.com > On May 31, 2018, at 9:07 AM, Jeanette <pjkh@comcast.net> wrote: > > I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. > > By 1850, Nicholas King, Jr. with wife, Matilda McCarver, and 7 children were in Lawrence Co., AL. > > I would love to compare notes with anyone in the Peter King line! Glad to share! > > Jeanette King Howell > pjkh@comcast.net > > > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb. > com/ > > Archives: > https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb. > com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal > RootsWeb community _______________________________________________ ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== TNGREENE@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/31/2018 09:41:01
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Helen Sabin
    3. I have a MARY KING from Greene County TN in my line. She married my great great grandfather John Hill in 1864? I don’t know if she is from the PETER KING LINE but I will go back and research sometime this week. If YOU KNOW if Mary King is from Peter’s lineage - then hello cousin! Helen Sabin hsabin1@gmail.com > On May 31, 2018, at 9:07 AM, Jeanette <pjkh@comcast.net> wrote: > > I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. > > By 1850, Nicholas King, Jr. with wife, Matilda McCarver, and 7 children were in Lawrence Co., AL. > > I would love to compare notes with anyone in the Peter King line! Glad to share! > > Jeanette King Howell > pjkh@comcast.net > > > > _______________________________________________ > ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== > TNGREENE@rootsweb.com > > To contact the List Administrator: > Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/31/2018 09:10:55
    1. ([TNGREENE])Peter King II d. 1788 Greene Co., TN m. Mary Johnston
    2. Jeanette
    3. I need an email copy of the will of Peter King II left in 1788 in Greene Co., TN who m. Mary Johnston. By 1850, Nicholas King, Jr. with wife, Matilda McCarver, and 7 children were in Lawrence Co., AL. I would love to compare notes with anyone in the Peter King line! Glad to share! Jeanette King Howell pjkh@comcast.net

    05/31/2018 09:07:48
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Memorial Day
    2. SK
    3. Family story by Ruby Weinman Hillier, granddaughter who was raised by Louisa (Paxton) Willhoit: Grandfather (Emanuel Willhoit) was one of a big family of boys; I have forgotten how many. He was the only Union sympathizer. When a Confederate contingent came to conscript him for the southern army, he took off fast, but had to make a dash across a clearing to get to wooded land. Two of his brothers were with this group. His younger brother saw him sprinting across the clearing, but kept mum. Grandma (Louisa) said had it been the older brother who saw him, he would have shot Grandfather. His duty, as he saw it, would not have been swayed by relationship. So, of course, Grandfather went on to the Union Army and enlisted. If you remember your Civil War history, you know that Libby prison and Andersonville prison were notorious Confederate prisons. Conditions were unspeakable. I remember the story Grandma (Louisa) told about Andersonville. The prisoners had no water except filthy, stagnant water from which they had to skim out the vermin. Men were dying like flies and everyone was sick and emaciated. Then a spring of fresh water broke forth right in the prison yard. They drew a line around the spring and put guards on duty with orders to shoot any prisoner who stepped over that line to get a drink of pure water. Many men stepped over the line just so they would be shot and put out of their misery. When Grandfather and these other prisoners were informed that they were being transferred to Andersonville (Libby was horrible, but Andersonville had a still worse reputation) they decided they would rather die in an escape attempt then go there. The men were in a box car and a huge searchlight directed on them. Some of them asked a guard if they might hang up a blanket to keep the light out of their eyes so they could sleep, and they got permission. They hacked together their steel knives and made saws and then sawed through a rail of the box car. Most of the men chickened out, but Grandfather and these two rolled off the moving train. One of the men was injured very badly and that is one reason they were so long getting back to the Union lines. They had to hide out by day and make their painful way by night, begging food from the Negroes when they could. Found on the internet: Emanuel was in the Civil War for 3 years for Union Army as 1st Lieutenant, Company F, Fentress County TN, Second Tennessee Infantry Regiment, USA at age 36. Organization began at Camp Dick Robinson, Kentucky, in August, 1861; 7 companies mustered out at Knoxville, TN, October 6, 1864; final muster out at Nashville, August 3, 1865. Captain David Fry, Co. "F". Enrolled at Camp Dick Robinson, Sep 23, 1861; mustered out at Knoxville, Oct 6, 1864. Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Libby Prison in Richmond VA. Sent to Danville VA on May 1, 1864. Sent to Macon GA (Andersonville) on May 7, 1864. Escaped by jumping from the train on May 15, 1864 about 60 miles east of Macon GA while being transferred. Was 30 days getting back to unit. Granted 20 day furlough. Returned to regiment about July 10, 1864. He mustered in Sept 26, 1861, Camp Wildcat, Clay, KY to Oct 6, 1864, Knoxville, Knox, TN, expiration of service. http://home.fuse.net/damathew/roster.html He moved from Tennessee with his family in Oct 1878 to Nebraska, and in 1884 he moved to Custer County where he lived until he died. He suffered many years with diseases contracted in the army and prison. He was a good citizen, neighbor, husband and father. He died Dec 23, 1904 and is buried at Somerford Cemetery, Custer Co, Nebraska. This was Emanuel Willhoit, son of Samuel Willhoit and Elizabeth Parmen born Dec 5, 1825 in Greene Co, Tennessee. He married for a second wife, Louisa Paxton, daughter of Alfred Paxton and Catharine Keasling. She was born Jan 18, 1850 in Mosheim, Tennessee. Their daughter, Bonnie Bell Willhoit married Charles Clarence Stevens and they had one son, my father. Emanuel was my great-grandfather. SKCoffman Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Richard Berkheiser Sent: Monday, May 28, 2018 2:08 PM To: tngreene@rootsweb.com Subject: ([TNGREENE])Memorial Day Hi everyone! Sorry to start another thread of messages so close to a Surname Shout Out but with the lists being down the first part of the year it threw my scheduling off. Hope you don't mind... With this being the Memorial Day Weekend, I thought it would it be interesting to post one ancestor we have in our family trees who served in one of the many wars and battles we fought in US History. Obviously it has to be an ancestor from this county. :) Give a brief biography of that person including the unit and war he or she was in, a POW, injuries, plus the usual genealogical stuff. Thanks in advance and have a safe weekend! Rick B Admin _______________________________________________ ==== TNGREENE Mailing List ==== TNGREENE@rootsweb.com To contact the List Administrator: Rick Berkheiser, TNGREENE-owner@rootsweb.com _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/tngreene@rootsweb.com/ Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    05/29/2018 06:43:19
    1. ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart
    2. Vickie Miller
    3. This was in Franklin Co VA but I don't think they were there for very many years. I'm going to have to get back to you about the citation. I'm having problems opening up my files. I'm computer illiterate and we just got a new computer which doesn't seem to recognize files like it should. I'll have to wait for my husband to access the file when he comes home. Sorry, Vickie -----Original Message----- From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] Sent: Saturday, May 26, 2018 4:51 PM To: tngreene@rootsweb.com Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart Where is this will executed? Do you have the citation? Also, I see a (2 & (3, but no (1. Any reason why? On Sat, May 26, 2018 at 3:38 PM, Vickie Miller <vickie7293@msn.com> wrote: > 2) p. 369. Will, Jul 8, of Samuel Henderson, who is in perfect health and > memory. First, all my just debts and funeral expenses are to be paid. To my > son John- the sum and cost that Hayes recovered by law and $1. To my son > Samuel - 100 lbs > To samuel, son of my son Samuel - 50 lbs > to my daughters Jean and Margrit - 10 lbs each > To my daughter Nancy - Negro Charity, and 1 horse or mare of her choosing, > 1 bed and clothes, 3 cows, my desk, and the furniture of the dresser. > To Nancy's son - 20 lbs. To Nancy's daugher - 1 bed and clothes. > To my 3 daughtes, to wit, Nancy, Sarah, and Martha - the rest of my > moveable estate to be equally divided between them. > To my daughter Nancy - the buildings and orchard on her part of the land. > If my 3 daughtes agree, my land to be sold, and the mopney to be equally > divided between them, and to them make a deed for the buyer. > Executors: my son William Henderson, and Tobias Miller, signed Jul 8, 1806 > - Samuel Henderson, wit - John Webster, Edmund Torrey, Thomas Billups. > At F Court of apr 3, 1808, this will of Samuel Henderson, deceased, was > proved by the oath of all 3 witnesses, and OR. And on the motion of both > executors, who, together with Peter Saunders Jr & James McVey Sr, his > securities, entered into their bond in the penalty of $5,000, certificate > is granted them for obtaining a probate. > 3) p. 434. Sales of samuel Henderson's esate, sold at public sale this Apr > 29, 1809. Purchasers were Peter Garrion, Thos Lettrell, David Trout, Elijah > Ellot, Costly Hill, Samuel Webster, John Maples, Nathan Demsy, Col. Samuel > Hastin, William Henderson, Charles Minnix, William McGuffin, Daniel > McClard, Thomas Billups, Isham Jarrel, Thomas McKinsey, William Smith James > Webster, Tobias Miller. total sales: 130 lbs 4 shillings 9 pence. Recorded > Dec 2, 1811. > > -----Original Message----- > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > Sent: Friday, May 25, 2018 12:48 PM > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > I'm going to guess he was born around 1765, probably in VA. Elizabeth > married Jesse Moon before 2 August 1802, when she signed a power of > attorney as Elizabeth Moon. That's all I know. > > Debbie > > On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 10:07 AM, Vickie Miller <vickie7293@msn.com> > wrote: > > > Do you have dates for him? > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > > Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2018 5:24 PM > > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > > > Hi Vickie -- I've been away. On questions about Hendersons -- do you > know > > anything about the William Henderson I told you about who allegedly > married > > Elizabeth Parrott? > > > > Thanks. > > > > Debbie > > > > On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 4:07 PM, Vickie Miller <vickie7293@msn.com> > wrote: > > > > > Thank you for the Parrott information. I have her listed as the d/o > > > Elbert Parrott. This information came from her grandson. I probably > > have > > > more Henderson information than you. Do you have any specific > questions? > > > Vickie > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > > > Sent: Friday, May 18, 2018 5:00 PM > > > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > > > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > > > > > Vickie -- Below is what I found in my files about the people you refer > to > > > in your last e-mail. Debbie > > > > > > *GEORGE PARROTT* > > > Son of Johannes Parrott and Catharina (Miar) > > > Grandson of Frederick Parrott and Barbara (Edwards)/Margaretha > > > Grandson of Henry Miar and Eva/Barbara (Jordan?) > > > > > > b. 27 October 1776 Dunmore Co. VA [NOTE: Dunmore Co. became > Shenandoah > > > Co. in 1778.] > > > d. 18 February/19 June 1861 Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > > bd. Yett Graveyard (O'Haver Cemetery) Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > > > > > m.c. 1797 > > > > > > Sarah Manning > > > b. 15 November 1773 PA > > > d. 18 February1861 Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > > bd. Yett Graveyard (O'Haver Cemetery) Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > > > > > > > > [Below -- Job was the second child of George and Sarah.] > > > *JOB PARROTT* > > > b. 2/4 May 1797 Parrottsville (Jefferson) TN d. 10 February 1876 > > > Parrottsville (Cocke) TN bd. Yett Graveyard (O'Haver Cemetery) > > > Parrottsville (Cocke) TN m.c. 1818 Parrottsville (Cocke) TN Sarah > > > "Sallie" Swaggerty, dt. of James and Delilah (Meek) b. 20 April 1798 > > > Parrottsville (Cocke) TN d. 28 January 1852 Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > bd. > > > Yett Graveyard (O'Haver Cemetery) Parrottsville (Cocke) TN > > > > > > [Below -- Charles G/Smith was the seventh child of Job and Sallie.] > > > *Charles G./Smith* b. 10 November 1836 d. 1910 m. Malinda Ellen > > > Hommell b. 1842 d. 1909 > > > > > > I could find nothing on the Josephine Parrott you mentioned. I thought > > > perhaps she might be Charles' sister, but when I looked at the census > > > records for Job Parrott and family, there is no Josephine listed. > > > > > > > > > [Below -- Information I received from Betty-Ann Juba < > > > bettyannejuba@shaw.ca> > > > in 2003. I don't know if the listed e-mail still works or not. Notice > > > that Mary "Polly" Henderson is the daughter of the below John and is > > named > > > in his will. But that is all the information Betty-Ann had, besides > > their > > > marriage date at the very bottom of the information.] > > > > > > Transcript of John Henderson Sr. Will, Court House, Greeneville, > Greene, > > > TN. Written August 7, 1824. Will proved June 23, 1826. Transcribed > from > > > copy of original and County Clerk hand written transcription by C. E. > > > Edwards from copies sent by Louise McPherson, 1998. > > > > > > WILL OF JOHN HENDERSON SR. > > > > > > In the House of God amen. > > > > > > I John Henderson of Greene County and State of Tennessee being in > perfect > > > mind and memory thanks to almighty God for the same and knowing that it > > is > > > appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will > > and > > > testament. My soul I trust to the mercy of God in Christ Jesus our Lord > > and > > > my body I recommend to burial in the earth. I constitute make and > ordain > > my > > > son John Henderson and my son in law M. Payne executors of this my last > > > will and testament. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Elizabeth Chapman my negro > > girl > > > Lucy to be for her use and support during her natural life and at her > > death > > > the Sd. Lucy and increase (if any there be) to descend to her son John > > > Chapman. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Samuel Henderson one hundred and > > > forty-five acres of land lying in Greene County joining a small tract > > > belonging to George Masoner and formerly belonging to Jno. Wilson, also > > my > > > negro man Sam. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jean Kilgore the wife of > > William > > > Kilgore five hundred dollars to be paid to her by my Executors out of > my > > > estate for her support in such installments as they shall see that her > > > necessity requires paying due respect to her circumstances that she may > > not > > > suffer and let it be remembered that this sum above stated is not > > intended > > > to be levied on in consequence of any of Wm. Kilorges debts nor taken > or > > > offered in other way not to any other use whatsoever than the support > of > > > her, the said Jean Kilgore as above stated. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lydia Kilgore the wife of > Jno. > > > Kilgore five hundred dollars to be paid by my Executors out of my > estate > > > for her support in such installments as they shall judge her necessity > > > requires and that they pay due respect to her that she may not suffer > and > > > let it be > > > remembered that the above is not intended for no other purpose > whatsoever > > > and should any part of sd. sum be remaining at her death it is my will > > that > > > it be given to the support of her son Thomas Kilgore. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah Hall, the wife of Wm > > Hall > > > my negro woman Nancy and her youngest child named Billy (or William) > and > > > the said negress remain with her the sd. Sarah Hall during her life for > > her > > > comfort and support. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto *my daughter Mary Rhinehart the wife of > > > Jacob Rhinehart *sixty seven acres of land known by the name of ??? > Place > > > with an entry adjoining to remain and be for her use and support during > > her > > > natural life and not applied to no other purpose whatsoever and at her > > > death to descend to her son John Rhinehart. Also three hundred dollars > > paid > > > by my Executors out of my estate to her in such installments as her > > > necessity may require and that due attention be paid to her and not let > > her > > > suffer and let it be remembered that the afore mentioned sum of three > > > hundred dollars is not to be taken out of the hands of my Executors by > no > > > purpose in law or otherwise only as above directed. > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Dorcas Payne, the wife of M. > > > Payne, my negro boy named Tom and my boy named Nud(?). > > > > > > Item: I give and bequeath unto my son John Henderson eight hundred > acres > > of > > > land be the same more or less being the same that I purchased from the > > > heirs of Benj. Armstrong and George Goodin which I once divided between > > > John and William Henderson including the island adjoining but with this > > > reserve that William Grant have the use of and possession of the same > > lands > > > that he has formerly had for to make there enough on after my death. > > Also I > > > give and bequeath unto him my son John, my two negro boys Jerry and > > George. > > > > > > Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Charlotte Hennegar the wife > of > > > Henry Hennegar the plantation where on she now lives conveyed by a deed > > > made to me by Anderson Walker (Wacker?) for one hundred acres (let that > > be > > > more or less) also a deed from sd Anderson and Sam'l Walker (Wacker?) > for > > > thirty acres and let it be understood that I mean all the land in these > > two > > > transactions. > > > > > > Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Bethsheba Cragmile the wife > of > > > Joseph L. Cragmile my negro girl named Fanny to continue during her > > natural > > > life for her use and support and not removed for any other purpose > > > whatsoever and at the death of my said daughter Bethsheba the sd negro > > > Fanny and her increase shall descend to the two sons of Joseph Cragmile > > > (viz.) Wm and Pleasant Cragmile > > > > > > Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Abigail Grant the wife of Wm > > > Grant all the lands deeded to me by George Goodin joining (Busler?) > > Nelson > > > and the lines of a tract above mentioned that I have previous conveyed > to > > > my son John Henderson also an entry joining the land conveyed by Goodin > > > containing twelve acres Sd. entry made in my name. Also I give and > > bequeath > > > unto my said daughter Abigail Grant my negro boy named Manners which > boy > > at > > > her death shall descend to her son John N. Grant and it is my will and > I > > do > > > order that all my estate whatsoever that is not above bequeathed be > sold > > > and equally divided amongst the above mentioned legatees: Remembering > > that > > > the part of such sale coming to Jean Kilgore, Lydia Kilgore and Mary > > > Rhinehart remain and be in the hands of my Executors and faithfully > apply > > > as above directed and I do require and charge you my executors (viz.) > > John > > > Henderson and M. Payne that you use your best endeavors to render to > > those > > > my three daughters that is Jean and Lydia Kilgore and Mary Rinehart > their > > > due in such time and manner as may be most for their happiness and > > comfort > > > and further I do will and order that Wm. Kilgore's son James Kilgore be > > > sent to an English school and learned to read, write, and cipher > through > > > the rule of three and that the expense be paid out of my estate and I > do > > > hereby disannul all other wills or testaments by me whatsoever: > Ratifying > > > this to be my last will and testament in witness whereof I have unto > set > > my > > > hand and seal this 7th day of August 1824. > > > > > > N.B.(?) My negro woman Dicy I do not allow to be sold but let her make > > > choice which of the before mentioned legatees she will go to and there > > let > > > her abide and I request that she be used in such a manner as her > > > circumstance require. > > > > > > Signed: John Henderson (Seal) > > > > > > Test. > > > > > > Peter x (his mark) Masoner > > > > > > John N. Kilgore > > > > > > Samuel Kelly > > > > > > > > > > > > vi. *MARY 'POLLY' HENDERSON*, b. Abt. January 17, 1787; m. JACOB > > RINEHART, > > > March 08, 1809. > > > > > > More About JACOB RINEHART and MARY HENDERSON: > > > > > > Marriage: March 08, 1809 > > > > > > > > > On Thu, May 17, 2018 at 11:34 AM, Vickie Miller <vickie7293@msn.com> > > > wrote: > > > > > > > If you don't mind, I'd be interested. Seems quite interconnected to > > me. > > > > What exactly do you link the two Conrads? What source? > > > > Vickie > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > > > > Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 3:56 PM > > > > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > > > > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > > > > > > > To Vickie and Pattee -- > > > > > > > > My Elizabeth Parrott was first married to William Henderson, parents > > > > unknown. Allegedly he was killed in a fight with the Indians, but > > there > > > is > > > > no concrete proof of that. Robert Henderson did find a William > > Henderson > > > > several years after the alleged death of our William, and Robert > seems > > to > > > > think that perhaps William wasn't killed, but by the time he came > back, > > > > Elizabeth had already married Jesse Moon. No proof of that either. > > That > > > > William ended up marrying and settling in St. Louis. > > > > > > > > Elizabeth and William did have one son, William, b. 1786 in Cocke Co. > > TN. > > > > William married Mary Catherine Cannon, perhaps the daughter of James. > > > The > > > > 1850 census for Sevier Co. TN has William Henderson listed with wife > > Mary > > > > and children, Elizabeth, Nancy and John, as well as an 84-year old > > > > Elizabeth Henderson, who I assume to be his mother, my Elizabeth > > Parrott > > > > Henderson. > > > > > > > > Going back over my files, in correspondence with Robert Henderson, he > > > said > > > > that a lot of the Henderson family of VA, settled in Southwestern VA > > for > > > a > > > > time before moving on to TN. I haven't done research in that area, > but > > > it > > > > makes sense that John Parrott and family may have also settled there > > for > > > a > > > > time on his way to TN. He was granted land in Greene Co. NC (which > > later > > > > became Greene Co. TN) in 1787. I know he was still in VA because he > is > > > > listed in the 1783 VA State Census and he also sold land he inherited > > > from > > > > his father in 1783. In that 4 years' time, he certainly could have > > lived > > > > in Southwestern VA for awhile, thus making it easy for his oldest > > > daughter > > > > to meet and marry William Henderson. > > > > > > > > I would have to look through my Parrott files to connect those you > > > mention > > > > above. I can do that if you want. > > > > > > > > Debbie > > > > > > > > On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 10:48 AM, Vickie Miller <vickie7293@msn.com> > > > > wrote: > > > > > > > > > I have looked ino the Shenandoah Rineharts who all seem to be > > connected > > > > to > > > > > a Michael Rinehart but found no direct connection but I was not > > looking > > > > for > > > > > a Conrad of an older generation. I'll have to review my notes. > I > > > too > > > > > have had extensive contact with Bob Henderson. You probably have > > what > > > I > > > > > have that Mary was d/o John Henderson who seems likely to be the > son > > > of a > > > > > Samuel Henderson with brothers James, William and Samuel. > > > > > Do you mean William Henderson s/o John who predeceased his father > and > > > > > apparently left no heirs? Or a different one. So many! I know > less > > > > about > > > > > the Parrots although they do connect again with my family:Charles > > > Parrott > > > > > born 1836 m. Malinda Hommell d/o Henry Hommel and Amanda Walker. > > > > Malinda > > > > > was sister of my ancestor Amanda Hommell md Charles Kilgore s/o > > William > > > > > Kilgore and Mahalia Rinehart (1st cousins) d/o Jacob Rinehart & > Polly > > > > > Henderson. > > > > > Another Parrott connection: Josephine Parrott md Louis Edward > Kilgore > > > > > (murdered by him). Louis s/o Martha Kilgore d/o William and > Mahalia > > > > > Rinehart. > > > > > Thanks, Vickie > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > > > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > > > > > Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 5:01 PM > > > > > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > > > > > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > > > > > > > > > Vickie -- Since my John Parrott lived in Shenandoah Co. VA, I am > > > assuming > > > > > that Conrad Rinehart's family did too. But I really don't know for > > > sure. > > > > > I corresponded with someone (can't find the correspondence) several > > > years > > > > > ago, who turned me on to Conrad marrying Rachel Parrott. At the > > time, > > > I > > > > > did some other research and actually found that I had corresponded > > with > > > > > Betty Ann Juba in Canada, who had done quite a bit of research on > > this > > > > > family, but unfortunately, had no concrete evidence to back up her > > > > > suppositions. > > > > > > > > > > Do you have any more info on Mary "Polly" Henderson's background? > I > > > also > > > > > corresponded with Robert Henderson in KS for a number of years on > > that > > > > > family. See his website: > > > > > http://tnhendersons.rootsweb.ancestry.com/greene4.html > > > > > > > > > > Bob and I believe that Elizabeth Henderson, eldest daughter of John > > > > Parrott > > > > > and his first wife, Catharina Meyer (my ancestor), married William > > > > > Henderson, but we could never find any concrete proof. > > > > > > > > > > Also, do you know anything about Rachel's mother, Louisa (Lucy) > Bean? > > > > > After John Parrott died, Lucy disappears from all records. > > > > > > > > > > I also believe that Rachel was married first to William > > Shaver/Shafer, > > > > who > > > > > was the son of her half-sister, Mary. Mary was also a child of > John > > > > > Parrott and Catharina Meyer. > > > > > > > > > > If I can help you in any other way, I'd be happy to. > > > > > > > > > > Debbie > > > > > > > > > > On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 12:21 PM, Vickie Miller < > vickie7293@msn.com> > > > > > wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > I do not have your information on the parents of Conrad Rinehart. > > > Like > > > > > > you, I believe Jacob and Conrad Jr. were brothers. Where in VA > was > > > > > Conrad > > > > > > born? His census shows he was born in VA. > > > > > > > > > > > > Vickie > > > > > > > > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > > > > From: Deborah Brown [mailto:dmsbrown06@gmail.com] > > > > > > Sent: Monday, May 14, 2018 3:09 PM > > > > > > To: tngreene@rootsweb.com > > > > > > Subject: ([TNGREENE])Re: Kilgore, Henderspm, Rinehart > > > > > > > > > > > > Vickie -- don't know if you saw my post or not. > > > > > > > > > > > > I'm looking for info on Louisa (Lucy) Bean Parrott married to > John > > > > > > Parrott. Her daughter Rachel married 2nd husband, Conrad > Rinehart. > > > > Here > > > > > > is the info I have on him: Conrad Rinehart, son of Conrad > > Reinhardt > > > > and > > > > > > Christina b.c. 1790 VA. Conrad Reinhardt, Sr. arrived on the > > ship > > > > > > Townsend, 7 October 1738. There is a Jacob Rhinehart who was a > > > > neighbor > > > > > of > > > > > > John Parrott's on the Nolachucky River from 1809. He could be a > > > > brother > > > > > of > > > > > > Conrad's. Jacob married Mary Polly Henderson March 8 1809 in > > Greene > > > > Co. > > > > > > Mary was John and Charlotte Miller Henderson's daughter. > > > > > > > > > > > > Also looking for information on the Henderson family as John > > > Parrott's > > > > > > daughter, Elizabeth, by his 1st wife, was most likely married to > > > > William > > > > > > Henderson, who could have also come from that Henderson family. > > > > > > > > > > > > Debbie > > > > > > > > > > > > On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 11:56 AM, Vickie Miller < > > vickie7293@msn.com> > > > > > > wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > > I’m looking for fellow researchers of these Greene Co names. > > I’ve > > > > got > > > > > a > > > > > > > lot of information about the Kilgores and Hendersons, but much > > less > > > > on > > > > > > the > > > > > > > Rineharts. 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