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Peter Arney 1772-1845

Started by Stan Arney May 19, 2013.

My Tennessee Ancestors from my Paternal Line with wives

Started by Stan Arney Feb 27, 2013.

Need ideas of alternative sources besides the US Federal Census 2 Replies

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Comment by Tammy Snipes on July 18, 2009 at 7:06pm
Looking for information on Barner's from Tennessee. Thanks, Tammy
Comment by Shirley Vildibill on July 17, 2009 at 11:10am
Hi Margaretann, I notice you have a JAMES in your research list. We are researching Reason Isham believe that his wife Suzanne's maiden name was JAMES. The lived in Coffee Co., Tennessee.
Comment by Charlene Birt Raddon on July 15, 2009 at 7:51pm
Seeking info on the Woolseys of Tennessee. Also the Ragans of Blount County, TN.
Comment by Dorrliss E. Hale Ware on July 15, 2009 at 12:00am
Looking for Stewards of TN
Comment by Marypat Drummond on July 14, 2009 at 10:18am
Hello! I'm new and researching Anderson and Gloster surnames in LaGrange, Fayette Co, TN and the Raglands in Shelby Co, TN.
Comment by Gloria Fields on July 12, 2009 at 6:25pm
Husbands mother Willie Rose Fowler b. McNairy, TN. She married E.H. Fields b. Alcorn Co., MS.
Surnames connected to TN are Fowler, Sweat,Davis and maybe Fields
Comment by Michelle Stuart on July 11, 2009 at 10:00am
My family surnames mostly come from Greene and Cocke Counties in Tennessee.I live close, so I research as much as possible, but of course there are still the brick walls that drive me insane!
Comment by Danny Wahlquist on July 11, 2009 at 8:36am
My great great grandfather, Matthew Newton Garnett was born 22 Dec 1830 in TN and died 07 Dec 1906.
He married SARAH ELIZABETH BORUM 20 Apr 1856 in Franklin, TN, USA, daughter of WILLIAM BORUM and ROZINAH HOLLAND.
She was born 21 Apr 1841 in Hillsboro, Lawrence, AL, USA, and died 19 Feb 1917 in Hillsboro, Lawrence, AL, USA.

In 1860 census M. N. Garnett (28 from TN) was a plasterer and lived in Franklin, TN with wife Sarah (19 from AL) and son William W (1 from TN).

In 1880 census M. N. Garnett (49 from TN, father-VA, mother-TN) was a farmer and lived in Hillsboro, Lawrence, Alabama with wife Sarah E(39 from AL, father-AL, mother-AL)
and children Rosa (15), Sallie (13), Mollie (10), Newton (7), Lester (4) and Arthur(1).

In 1900 census Mathew Garnett (69 from TN, father-TN, mother-TN) was a farmer and lived in MorrisChapel, Lawrence, Alabama with wife Sarah E(59 from AL, father-TN, mother-AL)
and children Martha (30), Celeste V (24), Arthur (21) and Fannie E (17).

Children of MATTHEW GARNETT and SARAH BORUM are:
i. WILLIAM M2 GARNETT, b. Abt. 1859, ,Franklin, TN.
ii. ROSA GARNETT, b. Abt. 1865, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA.
iii. SARAH EUNICE GARNETT, b. 21 Jul 1866, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA; d. 16 Mar 1944, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, USA.
iv. MOLLIE GARNETT, b. Abt. 1870, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA.
v. NEWTON GARNETT, b. Abt. 1873, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA.
vi. LESTER GARNETT, b. Abt. 1876, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA.
vii. ARTHUR GARNETT, b. Feb 1879, Hillsborough,Lawrence, Alabama, USA.
viii. FANNIE E GARNETT, b. Nov 1882.
Comment by Shirley Rainbolt Partridge on July 11, 2009 at 7:33am
Most of my family were in McNairy and Decatur counties, the early ones were in Carter county and I have some current ones in Weakly county.
Comment by Margaretann on July 10, 2009 at 10:25pm
Hi All Tennessee Researchers,

I'm interested in almost every county in West Tennessee, lots of counties in Middle and East Tennessee. My family has legally lived in West Tennessee since at least 1823.

Names: Morton, Cox, Horn, Tull, McIntyre, McIntire, Rogers, James, Day, Patridge, Partridge- mostly McNairy, Hardeman, and Chester Counties of Tennessee.
 

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