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Carloss, Archelaus (b. 1767, d. 1845)

Source: (Name)
Title: The Goodspeed Histories of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin & Moore
Counties of Tennessee
Abbreviation: Goodspeed's History of Linco
Publication: Woodard & Stinson Printing Co., Columbia, Tennessee, 1972
Note: Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, Pub. 1886
Reference: 12961
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Pride, Ruth (b. ABT 1770, d. 1826)
Source: (Name)
Title: The Goodspeed Histories of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin & Moore
Counties of Tennessee
Abbreviation: Goodspeed's History of Linco
Publication: Woodard & Stinson Printing Co., Columbia, Tennessee, 1972
Note: Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, Pub. 1886
Reference: 12962
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Carloss, Edward C. (b. ABT 1740)
Reference: 12963
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Hamilton, Jasper (b. ABT 1813)
Reference: 12964
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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( ), Martha (b. ABT 1819)
Reference: 12965
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Hamilton, Alonzo (b. ABT 1842)
Reference: 12966
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Hamilton, Kudella (b. ABT 1842, d. 02 MAY 1912)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 12967
Change: Date: 27 FEB 1998

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Hamilton, Sarah E. (b. ABT 1844)
Reference: 12968
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Hamilton, Jacob (b. ABT 1847)
Reference: 12969
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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Hamilton, James (b. ABT 1848)
Reference: 12970
Change: Date: 22 AUG 1992

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McAnn, Robert Gleghorn (b. 27 MAR 1800, d. 18 OCT 1868)
Source: (Name)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: David MCANN: Second Generation
Source: (Name)
Title: The Goodspeed Histories of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin & Moore
Counties of Tennessee
Abbreviation: Goodspeed's History of Linco
Publication: Woodard & Stinson Printing Co., Columbia, Tennessee, 1972
Note: Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, Pub. 1886
Reference: 12971
Change: Date: 17 MAY 2005

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Smith, Sarah Elizabeth (b. 04 MAY 1804, d. 17 MAY 1882)
Source: (Name)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: David MCANN: Second Generation
Source: (Name)
Title: The Goodspeed Histories of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin & Moore
Counties of Tennessee
Abbreviation: Goodspeed's History of Linco
Publication: Woodard & Stinson Printing Co., Columbia, Tennessee, 1972
Note: Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, Pub. 1886
Reference: 12972
Change: Date: 17 MAY 2005

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McAnn, William Lyle (b. 07 SEP 1827, d. 29 OCT 1912)
Note: From Goodspeed's Biographies:
W. L. McCANN was born in Jackson, Ala., in 1827. His father was
of Irish descent, born in the "Palmetto State" (South Carolina)
in 1800, and moved to near Alabama in 1825, and after a two
years' residence came to Tennessee, where he died in 1867. The
mother was born in South Carolina in 1804, and died in May
1882. W. L. McCann was educated in the Eighteenth District of
Lincoln County, and in 1851 married Miss M. J. Rawls, daughter
of L. H. and Sarah Rawls. She was born in Lincoln County,
Tenn., November 3, 1832. Mr. McCann purchased his present farm
in 1872, which consists of 386 acres of excellent farming land,
well improved with good buildings and a line orchard. He has
been very successful, as he began business for himself since
the war with little or no means, and now owns an excellent
tract of land. He is a Democrat, and during the late war was
strongly opposed to the principles of secession. He belongs to
the Masonic fraternity.

Records show that William and Mary were plantation owners.
They had no known children of their own.

Items from The Fayetteville Observer

Feb. 21, 1878
BLANCHE PEBBLES - McCann & Co. are erecting a mill about one
mile west of this place. This will be a great convenience to a
portion of country, which have had to earn their bread milling,
besides the whole community.

June 6, 1878
BLANCHE ITEMS - The new mill of McAnn and Co. near this place
is in operation.

8-15-1878
MOLINO - One of the greatest wonders of the age in the way of
machinery is a gristmill, which has been lately erected by W.
L. McAnn, Rawls & Co., near Blanche in this county. Our
information is that when the mill is fairly started, one gallon
of water is sufficient to grind 2 bushels of corn. We have
never yet been permitted to see the mill, but we suppose it to
be built rather on the plan of windmill.

**This gristmill would later become known as the Rawls &
Griffis Mill, a partnership between John J. Rawls and Thomas D.
Griffis.


Nov. 24, 1892:
Mr. W. L. McAnn had a mule stolen on the 6th, but it was
recovered and the thief arrested and put in Pulaski jail by
Constable F. P. Colbert. The mule had been traded near
Florence AL. A man named Britton committed the theft.

June 2, 1905;
TAFT - William McAnn and wife of near Blanche, spent last
Sunday here with F. P. Colbert.

August 3, 1905;
TAFT - D. C. Rawls and wife, W. L. McAnn and wife of Blanche,
spent last Sunday at F. P. Colbert's.


Upon William's death he left his farm and all their possessions
to Ernest Franklin, whom he and Mary had raised from an infant.
Ernie's father was killed digging a well on the McAnn farm and
William and his wife reared his children and cared for his
mother; until Ernest's mother remarried to Will Jobe. Some
references and local relatives say that William and Mary
adopted Earnest Franklin; however the Franklin name was kept by
Earnest and his descendants. The farm is now owned by Lyle and
Roberta Franklin; it is beside the New Grove Baptist Church.

After the death of Mary, William's wife, Daniel McAnn sued Mary
and tried to break the last will and testament written by
William. Daniel was not successful in there efforts. They were
trying to prevent Ernest Franklin from inheriting the McAnn
Farm. For many years after there were hard feelings between the
Franklins and McAnns.

William and Mary were the principal financial backers of an ARP
church that was built at Coldwater. It was a sister church of
the Prosperity ARP Church. It was called MCANN'S CHAPEL in
honor of Bill and Mary McAnn. The building was later used as
the Coldwater School House. It is standing today at the
intersection of Randolph Hill Road and Cheatham Road. It is an
old red building. In recent years it has been used as a barn.
Source: (Name)
Title: 10th U.S. Census, 1880; Vol. 20, Tennessee: Lawrence (part),
Lewis, Loudon, and Lincoln (part) Counties, Record Info: also
digitized to CD, Film Number: T9-1267
Abbreviation: 1880 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Sources, Bountiful, Utah
Note: The CD version does not have Lincoln County past sheet 250 B.
Page: Dist. 18, Page 231A, Line 42
Source: (Birth)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: David MCANN: Second Generation
Source: (Individual)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Reference: 12973
Change: Date: 10 JUN 2005
Census: Date: 14 JUN 1860
Place: 18th Dist., Molino, Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Rawls, Mary Jane (b. 03 NOV 1832, d. 29 JUL 1921)
Source: (Name)
Title: The Goodspeed Histories of Giles, Lincoln, Franklin & Moore
Counties of Tennessee
Abbreviation: Goodspeed's History of Linco
Publication: Woodard & Stinson Printing Co., Columbia, Tennessee, 1972
Note: Reprinted from Goodspeed's History of Tennessee, Pub. 1886
Source: (Name)
Title: 1870 U.S. Census (Federal); Tennessee: Lincoln County, Film
Abbreviation: 1870 U.S. Census
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Services, Bountiful Utah
Page: Dist. 18, Pg.28, Line 12
Source: (Name)
Title: 10th U.S. Census, 1880; Vol. 20, Tennessee: Lawrence (part),
Lewis, Loudon, and Lincoln (part) Counties, Record Info: also
digitized to CD, Film Number: T9-1267
Abbreviation: 1880 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Sources, Bountiful, Utah
Note: The CD version does not have Lincoln County past sheet 250 B.
Page: Dist. 18, Page 231A, Line 43
Source: (Birth)
Title: 1870 U.S. Census (Federal); Tennessee: Lincoln County, Film
Abbreviation: 1870 U.S. Census
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Services, Bountiful Utah
Page: Dist. 18, Pg.28, Line 13
Reference: 12974
Change: Date: 17 MAY 2005

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Leatherwood, James Addison (b. 08 NOV 1847, d. 31 JUL 1923)
Note: Died of Pellagra at his home in Blanche TN.
Note: Addison was a farmer and livestock dealer who spent the last
years of his life in Blanche.

THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER
Thursday, July 28, 1881 p.2, c.2

LETTER FROM TEXAS-- Plano,
July 16th, 1881.
We have both eyes skinned now, looking for T.D. Griffis and
wife, of Blanche. J.A. Leatherwood and wife after a sojourn of
a month or so in Arkansas and Texas left the 4th inst. for
their native hearth.
Their native hearth was Blanche, TN.
Source: (Name)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: Nancy A. ?: Second Generation
Source: (Individual)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Reference: 12975
Change: Date: 10 JUN 2005

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Lovelace, Jessie M. (b. 19 AUG 1858, d. 23 JAN 1935)
Note: From The Fayetteville Observer:
Mrs. Jessie M. Rawls, aged 76, died at her home in Taft,
January 23.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: Nancy A. ?: Third Generation
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 12976
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Anna (b. 25 MAR 1856, d. 19 FEB 1901)
Note: From the Fayetteville Observer:

BLANCHE PEBBLES
Feb. 21, 1878
Mr. Art Rawls arrived at the home of his bride, Miss Anna
Rawls, of Haywood county, last Saturday night. We wish them
a happy sojourn down the stream of time.

Haywood Co, TN records list 2 Rawls that are candidates for
Annie's father; William A. Rawls and J. W. Rawls.

Source: (Name)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: Nancy A. ?: Third Generation
Source: (Individual)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Reference: 12977
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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McAnn, Martha Ann (b. 15 MAY 1846, d. 03 DEC 1925)
Note: Martha inherited 80 acres from her father Robert G. McAnn. The
land was located on present day Carpentar Hollow Road east of
Blanche.

In her older years Martha was afflicted with Severe Arthritis.
Martha was so crippled that her feet curled and twisted so that
she could not wear shoes. Her hands were drawn to the point
she could not pick up objects that had any weight or size to
them. She walked with a cane or crutch most of the time.
Several years before her death she had gotten to the point that
it was unsafe for her to cook or get about the house for the
fear she would fall and injure herself. Martha and Cal's
daughter Betty Colbert took care of them. After the death of
Cal, Frank and Betty moved Martha to their home in Taft. They
lived there until about 1920, where upon the moved back to the
home owned by Martha. Frank and Betty lived with Martha and
cared for her there. Her arthritis had gotten to the point
that she had become bedridden. She had to be picked up and sit
in a chair or placed in bed. Martha died in bed at her small
house near Blanche.

After the death of Cal Rawls, Betty bought her brother Hugh
Rawls share of the 80-acre farm owned by Martha. According to
an agreement made by John W. Rawls, Bettie's other brother;
Bettie was to receive his share of the farm for caring for
their mother. John died before his mother and never put this
agreement into writing like he had promised. This failure to
make a contract resulted in a lawsuit between Bettie and her
nephews and niece. John's children; Rolly, Clay, Fred, and
Mary Rawls sued Bettie for their share of the 80 acre farm.
John's second wife Carrie testified that there was an agreement
between Bettie and John. Carrie was the stepmother of Rolly,
Clay, Fred, and Mary. The case eventually got appealed to the
State Supreme Court in Nashville and was drug out for almost 5
years. The ending judgment was against Frank and Bettie. Bettie
lost because her brother never put his oral contract with
Bettie into writing. The court also ruled that Martha's
pension was adequate to cover her expenses while living with
Frank and Bettie.
Note: lived with frank and Bettie Colbert after her husband died.
Source: (Name)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Page: David MCANN: Third Generation
Source: (Individual)
Title: Stateline Relatives, Url:
http://www.fortunecity.com/meltingpot/salash/705/home.htm
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Web Page
Note: Kenneth Smith
2044 Ardmore Highway
Ardmore, TN 38449
kennsmith@ardmore.net
Source: (Death)
Title: Family Group Sheets Submitted by Kenneth Smith
Abbreviation: Smith, Ken, Fam.Group Sheets
Author: Kenneth Ray SMITH
Reference: 12978
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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Taylor, Margaret R. (b. ABT 1831)
Reference: 12979
Change: Date: 24 AUG 1992

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Rawls, W.L. (b. ABT 1847)
Reference: 12980
Change: Date: 24 AUG 1992

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