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Taylor, Mac Walker (b. 04 OCT 1914, d. 26 FEB 1994)

Source: (Death)
Title: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Note: RIN#1326
Reference: 82
Change: Date: 06 AUG 2002

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Taylor, Joe Rufus (b. 12 SEP 1917)
Reference: 83
Change: Date: 18 JAN 2006

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Taylor, Mary Josephine (b. 12 SEP 1917)
Reference: 84
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010

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Taylor, Rob Smith (b. 21 NOV 1921, d. 26 JUN 2007)
Source: (Birth)
Title: The Elk Valley Times Observer and News
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times Obs & News
Publication: Fayetteville, Tennessee
Page: Jul 4, 2007, p2A, c5: "Rob Smith Taylor"
Source: (Individual)
Title: The Elk Valley Times Observer and News
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times Obs & News
Publication: Fayetteville, Tennessee
Event: Type: Church
Place: Hillsboro Heights Baptist, Huntsville
Reference: 85
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010

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Taylor, Roy Cowley (b. 21 NOV 1921)
Source: (Residence)
Title: The Elk Valley Times Observer and News
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times Obs & News
Publication: Fayetteville, Tennessee
Page: Jul 4, 2007, p2A, c5: "Rob Smith Taylor"
Event: Type: Lived
Date: 28 MAR 1946
Place: Glendale, Ariz.
Reference: 86
Change: Date: 14 MAR 2010

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McLemore, Maclin B. (b. JAN 1834, d. 09 JUN 1911)
Note: was raised around Rogersville, Ala. During the Confederate
draft, he and others were held at a particular farm. All the
prisoner "draftees" carried fodder from the barn to sleep on.
Going upstairs, so the story goes, Mac threw his fodder down on
his guard and headed for the Coldwater area. This is how the
McLemores were supposedly established in Lincoln County.

Mac McLemore was blind in later years and terrified of storms.
Thunder would send him to hide in the basement.

Source: (Name)
Title: McLemore Bible
Abbreviation: McLemore Bible
Note: RIN#1066
Source: (Name)
Title: 1900 U.S. Census LCT, Roll: T623-1584
Abbreviation: 1900 U.S. Census LCT
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Services, P.O. Box 329, Bountiful,
Utah 84011-0329
Page: Dist. 18, 217A, Line 8
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 232A, Line 03
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. 20, Page 460A, Line 20
Reference: 87
Change: Date: 29 SEP 2002
Census: Date: 11 AUG 1860
Place: Lauderdale Co., Alabama
Census: Date: 05 JUN 1900
Place: 18th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Winsett, Iris Belvara Derah Greenville (b. 18 NOV 1827)
Note: They called her "Bill".
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 232A, Line 04
Reference: 88
Change: Date: 24 SEP 2002
Census: Date: 05 JUN 1900
Place: 18th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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McLemore, Mary Susan (b. 04 OCT 1861, d. 31 OCT 1898)
Note: Mollie lost her hearing as a result of childhood sickness.
Family tradition says Mollie named her children Beadie and
Worth because these were the only names she could say.

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 232A, Line 06
Source: (Baptism)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Event: Type: Note2
Note: Molly met George Putman through her brothers, who were in
Huntsville buying horses. Putman had just fled Texas with
horses after thinking he had killed a man. Either Mollie was in
Huntsville with her brothers, or the brothers brought Putman
home with them to Blanch. I suspect the former, since I
understand Mollie rode a horse to see him.

Either way, Mollie got pregnant. Putman headed back to Texas.
Mollie's brothers went to Texas and brought Putman back at
gunpoint. Putman and Mollie were married, but not before their
first child, Worth, was born. Even in his old age, I saw that
Uncle Worth never got over his status as a "woods colt." He
joked about it, but you could see it hurt.

Worth and Beedie were only six and four when Mollie died. Their
father was a very rough character and they were treated very
badly by their stepmother. After Putman died from tuberculosis,
brother and sister were taken in by Mollie's brother.
Apparently, they weren't treated very well there, either. Worth
ran away at an early age and Beedie was passed around relatives
and treated like a servant. Her uncle took her inheritance to
pay for her upkeep. She was bitter her whole life. But, that's
another story.
Reference: 89
Change: Date: 25 OCT 2007

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Putman, Abraham Pinkney (b. 25 MAR 1827, d. 09 JAN 1907)
Note: spent much of his earlier life in Georgia. He moved to Young
Co., Texas in the 1870's. A small community grew up there
called Putman. He may still have been living there at the turn
of the century when Uncle Worth visited and saw his house with
the bullet holes in it.
Source: (Name)
Title: Nancy Timmons Samuels, 4783 Lubbock Ave., Ft. Worth, Tex. 76115
Abbreviation: Nancy Timmons Samuels
Page: supplied much much on the Putmans.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Dedscendants of Richard of Eydon, Version: 11-06-2005 PDF
Abbreviation: Putman, Garland: PDF
Publication: 20 Aug 2005
Note: PDF file available online on the Pea Ridge Relations Yahoo
Club.
Page: p: 9
Reference: 90
Change: Date: 06 DEC 2005

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Brooke, Mary Ann (b. 08 JUL 1827, d. 04 JAN 1918)
Source: (Name)
Title: Dedscendants of Richard of Eydon, Version: 11-06-2005 PDF
Abbreviation: Putman, Garland: PDF
Publication: 20 Aug 2005
Note: PDF file available online on the Pea Ridge Relations Yahoo
Club.
Page: p: 9
Reference: 91
Change: Date: 06 DEC 2005
Census: Date: 1900
Place: Young Co., Texas

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Putman, George Lee (b. 22 APR 1852, d. 06 FEB 1906)
Note: tuberculosis
Note: fled Texas in the 1880's. He had struck a man on the head with
a shovel and thought he had killed him, according to Uncle
Worth. He rounded up 38 horses and led them on a gray across
the Mississippi River to Huntsville. At a hotel there, he met
one of the McLemore's. They went into partnership about 1890.
Putman's and McLemore's store
at Blanche was clerked by W.B. Winsett.

Family tradition states that George Putman was on his way back
to Texas when the McLemores realized Molly
was with child. Dick and Jim Will fetched him back for a shot
gun wedding. Uncle Worth was already born when they returned.

Putman later had a store near Madison Crossroads. Uncle Worth
said it was a very rough place. George Putman died of
tuberculosis. His daughter Beadie was terrified
of the disease for the rest of her life.

Reference: 92
Change: Date: 07 SEP 2002

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Childress, Arthur J. (b. 01 JAN 1811, d. 27 FEB 1898)
Note: A.J. Childress lived with his father James, Sr. around Mary's
Grove when he married one of the widow Mary George's daughters.
He remained on the George place on Washburn Creek when the rest
of the Childresses moved on to the newly opened lands in Tippah
Co., Mississippi. He held a teacher's certificate and was
apparently well educated. His handwriting can be found on many
legal documents.

Yet strangely, this educated man never taught his sons to read
nor write.

A.J. was active in politics as a Democrat and was elected to a
term as Registrar of Lincoln Co. in 1872. He served as Justice
of the Peace for the 19th Civil District which, in those days,
entitled him to many of the powers and duties of a judge.

Not too surprisingly, A.J.'s children by his first wife were
not happy at his second marriage. Jim felt that his stepmother
took advantage of and neglected his father. Once, Jim had to
fetch him and carry him on his back to his house. The feeble
A.J. had been left alone at home without anyone to care for
him.
Note: Letter from relation in Tippah Co., Miss.
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. 19, Page 11, Line 49
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. 19, Page 23, Line 20
Source: (Name)
Title: Marriages of LCT 1838-1888
Abbreviation: LCT Marriages 1838-1888
Publication: Marsh Historical Publications, 912 Shelbyview Dr., Shelbyville,
Tenn. 37160, 1974
Page: page 167 [C 151]
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Source: (Individual)
Title: Childress-Tippah
Abbreviation: Childress-Tippah
Note: Mar Ch the 6 1860
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Source: (Individual)
Title: 1870 U.S. Census (Federal); Tennessee: Lincoln County, Film
Abbreviation: 1870 U.S. Census
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Services, Bountiful Utah
Reference: 93
Change: Date: 19 MAY 2004
Census: Date: 29 JUN 1860
Place: 19th Dist., Camargo, Lincoln Co., Tenn.
Census: Date: 24 JUN 1870
Place: 19th Dist., Camargo, Lincoln Co., Tenn.
Note: Sheet 447, 179, 174, $1,000, $600

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George, Margaret (b. 08 AUG 1820, d. 13 AUG 1869)
Source: (Name)
Title: Downing, A.G.
Abbreviation: Downing, A.G.
Author: A.G. DOWNING
Reference: 94
Change: Date: 12 DEC 1997

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Childress, James Holman (b. 03 AUG 1852, d. 07 NOV 1928)
Note: was always helping people. When Jim's mother died, he had to
take a big hand in the housework and raising the other kids.
When the other children grew up and moved off, Jim staid on to
farm the home place. after A.J.'s death, the property was going
to be sold for taxes. Jim came up with the money, but then gave
out shares to his sister and brothers.

It was Jim, who helped John George to make his escape from
jail and hanging for the murder of Hosea Towry. Jim hid George
overnight in a hollow chestnut log, then rode him to safety by
horseback.

Not an ambitious man, Jim Childress was easy-going, content
with the simple pleasures and old ways. He enjoyed setting out
all kinds of fruit trees and berry bushes and offering samples
to passers by. The well in front of the house was a favorite
stopping place. Far and wide,
Jim was known for his kindness and generosity.

The last time his grandson Elmer saw him was when he drove to
town and brought him back a slate and brother Ellis a rubber
ball.

Source: (Name)
Title: Marriages of LCT 1838-1888
Abbreviation: LCT Marriages 1838-1888
Publication: Marsh Historical Publications, 912 Shelbyview Dr., Shelbyville,
Tenn. 37160, 1974
Page: page 177 [C 202]
Source: (Name)
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: page 237
Source: (Birth)
Title: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Records 1925-39
Abbreviation: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Recor
Note: RIN#14919
Reference: 95
Change: Date: 08 AUG 1998
Census: Date: 15 JAN 1920
Place: 19th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Phillips, William M. (b. ABT 1826, d. ABT 1862)
Note: Civil War casualty
Note: We're told that William Phillips was one fourth Chocktaw and
had a swarthy
complexion. His farm was probably located on Bass Ford Road
where Bob Walker
later lived.

Near the end of 1861, Phillips enlisted in the 44th at
Tennessee at Nashville.
After the catastrophy at Fort Donelson, Confederates fell back
all the way to
Corinth, Mississippi to concentrate and regroup their forces.
Union forces were moving
South down the Tennessee River. General Johnson decided to
suprise Grant's army
at Pittsburg Landing and the bloody battle of Shiloh insued.

Phillips apparently saw action in S.A.M. Wood's Brigade on
April 6, 1862. The
44th regiment entered the engagement with 470 men. At roll call
Tuesday morning,
April 9, 120 answered to their names. Losses were so great that
April 26 the 44th was
joined to the 55th and afterwards known as the 44th Tennessee
"Consolidated".

That same day, Phillips was ordered from Baldwin Mississippi
to the hospital at
Columbus. But, he never made it. One of his comrads, a Dollar,
returned home to Lincoln County and reported last seeing him at
a train stop
somewhere in Mississippi, mortally ill. Phillips was leaning
against a tree and after
the train had watered and set off again, he was apparently
unable to get back on.




Source: (Individual)
Title: Muster Rolls of 44th Tennessee Infantry
Abbreviation: Must44
Note: According to his service records, on 30 December 1861, William
M. Phillips was
enlisted as a private into Company E. of the 44th Tennessee
Infantry (Consolidated) in Nashville by a Lt. F. W. Hunt. Among
those enlisting with him were James E. Randolph, Jess S.
Rogers, John W. Smith and William G. Smith. On 26 April 1862, a
Sgt. Ganniway ordered him from Baldwin Miss. to the hospital in
Columbia Miss. This was during the Confederate retreat from
Shiloh to Corinth. Phillips was never heard from again and
probably never reached Columbia. He was last paid 1 March 1862.
Event: Type: Enliste1
Date: 30 DEC 1861
Place: 44th Tenn. Inf., Co. E
Reference: 96
Change: Date: 29 SEP 2002
Census: Date: 29 JUN 1860
Place: 19th Dist., Camargo, Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Walker, Mary Jane (b. 15 APR 1830, d. 21 MAY 1891)
Note: She came to Tennessee in a covered wagon at the age of two.
She suffered greatly under Yankee occupation. During the course
of the war, the whole area was stripped of everything that
could be stolen or confiscated. Once the Phillips were sitting
at a meal, when yankee soldiers came in, pushed them away and
took their place at the table.

Not long after the Battle of Shiloh, Mr. Dollar returned from
Mississippi with the bad news
about Mary's husband, but she just waited. She ran a bill up at
her brother
Steve Walker's store. Her taxes went unpaid. After the War,
Steve ended up
with the farm. But, she never stopped looking for her husband
to return.

Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Page: VOL.LXXIII, No.5
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1870 U.S. Census (Federal); Tennessee: Lincoln County, Film
Abbreviation: 1870 U.S. Census
Publication: Heritage Quest Genealogical Services, Bountiful Utah
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. 19, Page 26, Line 22
Source: (Individual)
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.
Source: (Birth)
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. 19, Page 5, Line 17
Reference: 97
Change: Date: 30 JUL 1998
Census: Date: 25 JUN 1870
Place: 19th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.
Note: Sheet 448, 204, 199
Census: Date: 03 JUN 1880
Place: 19th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.
Note: Sheet 220, 040, 040

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Phillips, Martha Elizabeth (b. 25 AUG 1852, d. 15 MAY 1936)
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. 19, Page 26, Line 23
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. 19, Page 12, Line 5
Source: (Name)
Title: Marriages of LCT 1838-1888
Abbreviation: LCT Marriages 1838-1888
Publication: Marsh Historical Publications, 912 Shelbyview Dr., Shelbyville,
Tenn. 37160, 1974
Page: page 177 [C 202]
Source: (Name)
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: page 237
Source: (Death)
Title: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Records 1925-39
Abbreviation: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Recor
Note: RIN#14919
Reference: 98
Change: Date: 08 AUG 1998

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Street, John (b. ABT 1801, d. ABT 1845)
Source: (Individual)
Title: A legal notice in the April 24, 1845 issue of the Lincoln
Journal names JohnStreets children and mentions a three hundred
acre tract bought from his fatherand filed July 3, 1841.
Abbreviation: A legal notice in the April 24
Source: (Death)
Title: The Lincoln Journal
Abbreviation: The Lincoln Journal
Note: RIN#4210
Reference: 99
Change: Date: 29 JAN 1998

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Kelso, Mary (b. 22 JAN 1796)
Reference: 100
Change: Date: 29 JAN 1998
Census: Date: 12 AUG 1870
Place: 7th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Street, Mandana (b. ABT 1814, d. BEF 1860)
Reference: 101
Change: Date: 10 JUN 1990

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