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Wells, Jane (b. ABT 1775, d. 28 OCT 1826)

Reference: 62
Change: Date: 15 MAR 1992

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Kelso, Joseph (b. 1727)
Note: Came to Augusta Co., Va. about 1750 as missionary to the
Indians.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Family History Yearwood and Marion by James R. Yearwood
Abbreviation: Yearwood & Marion Families
Publication: 3 jan 1998
Note: "Family History Yearwood and Marion", dated 3 jan 1998, is the
main title page of the web pages maintained by James R.
Yearwood.
Reference: 63
Change: Date: 06 FEB 1998

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Laird, Elizabeth (b. ABT 1745)
Note: Taught the first school in Augusta, Virginia.
Source: (Name)
Title: Family History Yearwood and Marion by James R. Yearwood
Abbreviation: Yearwood & Marion Families
Publication: 3 jan 1998
Note: "Family History Yearwood and Marion", dated 3 jan 1998, is the
main title page of the web pages maintained by James R.
Yearwood.
Reference: 64
Change: Date: 06 FEB 1998

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Taylor, Thomas T. (b. 1824, d. 1899)
Note: by everyone.
Note: Single grave on what used to be called "Nigger Hollow Road".
Slab. In front of mobil home. Next to road after it was
widened. It originally had a small log cabin to house it.
after it rotted down, Jack Taylor and Con Smith had the grave
concreted.
Note: During the Civil War, Tom served in Company B. of the
Forty-fourth
Tennessee. And was a life-long Democrat. he lived on his
parents land until their deaths. He owned over 800 acres in
1886. (Goodspeed's) Most of this was on upper Lee's Creek from
Routt Hill to Fussy Hill. His grave is marked by a slab and a
persimmon tree.

Confederate service records indicate that Thomas Taylor was
enlisted into Co. B, 44th Tenn. Inf. at McMinnville 25
November, 1862 by a Col. Wright. He was listed
as a deserter 1 July, 1863 and dropped from the rolls effective
28 July 1863.

Before his death, Tom Taylor settled most of his land upon his
children living in Lincoln County.

September 3, 1888, he sold Arch Cashion a 64 acre tract.
(T-2,219)

September 3, 1888, he sold General Lee a 48 acre tract (T-2,
219) which
eventually came into the hands of Eddie and Fannie Bryant. (BB,
page 567;
UU page 144; VV, page 5 and WW, page 377)

September 7, 1888, Tom sold Jim an 84 acre tract (T-2, 375)
which ended up
with Pres Dunn. (BB, 385; FF, 580; JJ, 501; NN,175)

June 4, 1891, he conveyed to Susan Grills a 72 1/2 acre tract
in the 23rd
District, (Z-2, 41) which was resold to Benson. (AA, 425)

June 9, 1896, he sold Jim a 120 acre tract (KK, page 243) that
Jim sold to Nick
Gray.(KK, page 224)

Thomas still owned two tracts when he died. He is buried along
the upper end of
Negro Hollow on a 40 acre, 144 pole tract he bought from Levi
Eslick Jan. 3,
1876. (DB J-2, p.172) This was Lot no. 13 , one of the three
tracts Levi bought at the auction of the Henry Kelso estate
Oct. 21, 1868 and formed part of the 96 acre dower tract left
his widow Mollie. This dower tract was transferred by mutual
agreement of heirs to Jones and Young Taylor as their part of
Thomas inheritance. 80.86 acres of the dower tract was then
sold to G.S. Campbell Nov. 15, 1905. (DB NN, p.480) An 82 acre
tract
was retained by Mollie and son Jack. Jack sold it to D. Smith
who sold the eastern half to May Routt. This is where Luke
Dunn settled down after his children were grown.



Source: (Burial)
Title: Interviews with Edith Odell (Dunn) Childress, Interviewer: John
Childress
Abbreviation: Dunn, Edith Odell
Author: Edith Odell DUNN
Source: (Individual)
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: (Individual)
Title: Confederate Muster Role, 44th Infantry Tennessee, Co.B
Abbreviation: 44th Tenn. Inf., Co. B Muster
Note: Confederate service records show that John M. Routt was
enlisted in Co. B of the 44th Tennessee Infantry 12 November,
1862 at Estill Springs by a Lt. Moore. He
was elected 1st Sergeant 9 December and was detailed by Lt.
Floyd 19 January, 1863 on recruiting. He returned from Lincoln
County 21 April, 1863. On 19 September he was wounded at
Chickamauga and sent to the hospital in Ringgold. A Dr. Plummer
there furloughed him to Alabama.
He was not heard from again and was dropped from the rolls as a
deserter 17April, 1864. According to family lore (John Diemer
Scott) was fetched up by his wife Lou at the Tennessee River
and spent the rest of the war recuperating at his home at Lees
Creek.
Source: (Birth)
Title: 8th U.S. Census, 1860, Lincoln County, Tennessee, Vol. 12,
Record Info: M653-1261
Abbreviation: 1860 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest, PO Box 540670, 669 900 North, North Salt Lake,
UT 84054-0670
Page: 186B, Line 14
Event: Type: Enlisted
Date: 25 NOV 1862
Place: 44th Tenn. Inf., Co. B
Reference: 65
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002
Census: Date: 11 AUG 1870
Place: 23rd Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Hill, Mary W. (b. 25 JAN 1826, d. 08 AUG 1890)
Reference: 66
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002

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Taylor, Susan (b. 10 DEC 1869, d. 28 JAN 1933)
Reference: 67
Change: Date: 03 SEP 2002

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Taylor, Elizabeth Jane (b. 13 SEP 1846, d. 09 MAY 1919)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 68
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002

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Taylor, James H. (b. 04 JAN 1849, d. 19 JUL 1922)
Note: operated a mill in present day Fish Hatchery Hollow.
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Source: (Burial)
Title: Cemetery Records of Lincoln-Moore Counties Tennessee (Revised)
Abbreviation: Cem. Records of Lincoln-Moore Co's
Publication: Marsh Historical Publications, 912 Shelbyview Drive,
Shelbyvill, Tenn. 37160, 1983
Page: p:279
Reference: 69
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002
Census: Date: 11 AUG 1870
Place: 23rd Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Taylor, Young A. (b. ABT 1852, d. AFT 1901)
Reference: 70
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002

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Taylor, John Fletcher (b. 1858, d. 1937)
Note: John Taylor ran for Lincoln Co. Sheriff in the 1904 election.
He won by 2,318 votes to Merritt's
929. Afterwards, he had a big ice cream supper at Kelso for his
friends and supporters. On August 31, he moved his family to
Fayetteville. He appointed J.E. Ramsey
and J.A. Johnson deputies. (Fayetteville Observer)
Source: (Name)
Title: 8th U.S. Census, 1860, Lincoln County, Tennessee, Vol. 12,
Record Info: M653-1261
Abbreviation: 1860 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest, PO Box 540670, 669 900 North, North Salt Lake,
UT 84054-0670
Page: 186B, Line 20
Reference: 71
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002

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Taylor, Robert Jones (b. 16 MAR 1856, d. 26 MAY 1933)
Source: (Name)
Title: 8th U.S. Census, 1860, Lincoln County, Tennessee, Vol. 12,
Record Info: M653-1261
Abbreviation: 1860 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest, PO Box 540670, 669 900 North, North Salt Lake,
UT 84054-0670
Page: 186B, Line 19
Source: (Birth)
Title: Four Taylor Brothers of Lincoln County Tennessee, Call Number:
R 929.2 PAR
Abbreviation: Four Taylor Brothers of Lincol
Author: Joseph H. PARKS
Note: RIN#5898
Reference: 72
Change: Date: 17 OCT 2002

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Taylor, General Lee (b. 23 MAR 1863, d. 23 MAR 1906)
Note: General Taylor moved to Franklin Co. in 1899-1900, where he
owned
a store. He had been living in Huntsville only a short time
when he died of typhoid fever.

Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Source: (Burial)
Title: Cemetery Records of Lincoln-Moore Counties Tennessee (Revised)
Abbreviation: Cem. Records of Lincoln-Moore Co's
Publication: Marsh Historical Publications, 912 Shelbyview Drive,
Shelbyvill, Tenn. 37160, 1983
Page: p:279
Occupation: merchant
Reference: 73
Change: Date: 03 SEP 2002
Census: Date: 14 JUN 1900
Place: 3rd Dist., Franklin Co., Tenn.

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Taylor, Jones David (b. MAR 1883, d. AFT 1920)
Note: As a young man Jones Taylor move away to Birmingham to work on
the railroad. He was a big man. When he died, an custom-made
coffin had to be built for him.
Note: His last listing was in the 1919-20 directory at 1419 N.19th
Ave.
Note: The 1911-15 Birmingham city directory lists Jones as an L&N
engineer living with wife Lela D. at 713 N. Huntsville Ave.,
Boyles. His last listing was in the 1919-20 directory at 1419
N.19th Ave.
Source: (Individual)
Title: The 1911-15 Birmingham city directory lists Jones as an L&N
engineer living withwife Lela D. at 713 N. Huntsville Ave.,
Boyles. His last listing was in the1919-20 directory at 1419
N.19th Ave.
Abbreviation: Birmingham City Directory
Source: (Death)
Title: The 1911-15 Birmingham city directory lists Jones as an L&N
engineer living withwife Lela D. at 713 N. Huntsville Ave.,
Boyles. His last listing was in the1919-20 directory at 1419
N.19th Ave.
Abbreviation: Birmingham City Directory
Page: 1919-20
Source: (Residence)
Title: The 1911-15 Birmingham city directory lists Jones as an L&N
engineer living withwife Lela D. at 713 N. Huntsville Ave.,
Boyles. His last listing was in the1919-20 directory at 1419
N.19th Ave.
Abbreviation: Birmingham City Directory
Page: 1911-15
Occupation: R.R. engineer
Reference: 74
Change: Date: 03 SEP 2002

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Taylor, Eliza W. (b. 31 MAR 1875, d. 21 SEP 1893)
Reference: 75
Change: Date: 11 AUG 1989

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Taylor, Laura Ella (b. 17 APR 1887, d. 08 FEB 1936)
Note: breast cancer
Reference: 76
Change: Date: 25 SEP 2002

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Taylor, Marion Ernest (b. 14 JUN 1883, d. 26 MAR 1946)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Occupation: deputy-sheriff
Reference: 77
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010
Census: Date: 13 JUN 1900
Place: 21st Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Smith, Bessie (b. 03 APR 1885, d. 18 MAR 1962)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 78
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010
Census: Date: 29 APR 1910
Place: 21st Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Taylor, Willie Ann (b. 25 MAR 1905, d. 31 JAN 1981)
Source: (Name)
Title: Smith Taylor Families
Abbreviation: Smith Taylor Families
Note: RIN#4958
Reference: 79
Change: Date: 19 SEP 2002

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Taylor, Lucille (b. 28 FEB 1907)
Reference: 80
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010

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Taylor, James Marion (b. 18 SEP 1910, d. 23 NOV 1965)
Note: automobile accident
Reference: 81
Change: Date: 04 SEP 1989

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