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McLemore, John Briggs (b. 11 FEB 1897, d. 28 MAR 1966)

Source: (Death)
Title: McLemore, Ellen
Abbreviation: McLemore, Ellen
Author: Ellen MCLEMORE
Reference: 2068
Change: Date: 04 MAY 2002
Census: Date: 05 JUN 1900
Place: 18th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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McLemore, Tula Vick (b. 02 OCT 1903)
Reference: 2069
Change: Date: 16 JUN 1990

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Morris, Joe Holt (b. 20 MAR 1900, d. 19 JUL 1975)
Reference: 2070
Change: Date: 16 JUN 1990

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McLemore, Oma Ola (b. 02 AUG 1906, d. 05 JUL 1990)
Source: (Name)
Title: The Elk Valley Times Observer and News
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times Obs & News
Publication: Fayetteville, Tennessee
Page: Dec 31 2008, p2, c6: "Raymond Preston Wallace"
Source: (Death)
Title: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Note: RIN#1326
Occupation: teacher
Reference: 2071
Change: Date: 16 MAR 2010

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Whitt, Ila Mae (b. 03 SEP 1894, d. 25 FEB 1973)
Note: 1910 U.S. Census
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: 16
Reference: 2072
Change: Date: 01 DEC 2005

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Rawls, William A. (b. 1838, d. JAN 1887)
Note: William built a home beside his brother James in the community
of Molino in 1877. There he farmed and worked for his brother
in his sawmill. He later moved to Arkansas to farm, where he
died and is buried. William ran a wagon shop at Molina for
sometime also.

From The Fayetteville Observer
MOLINO
Jan. 17, 1878
It has a splendid wagon factory, and Mr. W. A. Rawls, the
proprietor, will sell as good and cheap wagons as can be had
anywhere in the country; and will repair as cheap and in as
good style as any one. His motto being never to quit a thing
till it fully pleases him.


From the Athens Alabama Courier:
January 13, 1887
Capt. W. A. Rawls of Arkansas, brother of Robert Rawls the
editor of the Athens Alabama Courier, died recently. He was
survived by his wife and six children. Another Brother, Brown
Rawls of Fayetteville, TN is also critically ill.
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. ?: 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: 2073
Change: Date: 10 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Dekalb Calvin (b. 05 MAY 1843, d. 23 JAN 1917)
Note: Dekalb was a farmer all his life. He and his wife lived in the
community of Blanche all their lives. His farm lay on present
day Carpenter Hollow Road. It was part of 80 acres inherited
by Martha from her father.
Dekalb served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He
was in the 8th Tennessee Infantry division from Lincoln County
He enlisted May 18, 1861 and was discharged March 6, 1862, at
the rank of private. He was discharged from the Confederate
Army because he was sick with Typhoid Fever. Cal caught
Typhoid fever in the "wilds" of Virginia while on duty with his
regiment. He was discharged at Graham's Neck, South Carolina.
He would suffer the effects of the fever the rest of his life.
He had a chronic inflammation of the middle ear, which flared
up from time to time and got worse as he grew older. He also
had risings on his legs from the fever, which would also return
from time to time.

September 3, 1872 Dekalb and his brother John J. were the
primary backers in a successful effort to incorporate the town
of Blanche.

Dec. 5, 1878 D.C. and his family went to Texas, there they
stayed for a year and returned on Dec. 4, 1879.

Sept. 29, 1884...D. C. offered a petition to the county to
construct a road from the residence of Levi Carpenter through
the farms of D. C. Rawls, Logan Carpentar, and John Smith.
This petition was eventually approved and the road was
constructed. The road today is called Carpenter Hollow Rd. and
runs from Blanche to Old Railroad Bed Road.

D. C. and his family lived on a farm of about 80 acres that was
on present day Carpentar Hollow Road. The farm was part of the
farm owned by R. G. McAnn. D. C.'s wife Martha inherited 80
acres of it when her father died.

D. C. drew a Confederate Veteran's pension of $120 dollars per
year, it was paid quarterly. Sometime before his death someone
forged a letter to the pension board, which stated that D. C.
and Martha were not living together any more. It stated that
D. C. did not want Martha to receive his pension after his
death. This letter came to light when Martha applied for the
widow's pension. She had to get several notarized letters from
members of the community and public officials stating that the
letter was a forgery. The people of the community came to her
aid and the pension board declared the letter a forgery. The
identity of the forger was never publicized. The one thing that
won the argument against the forged letter was the fact that D.
C. Rawls had been unable to write due to his advanced arthritis
and deteriorating mental condition several years before is
death. Martha was awarded the widow's pension, which she drew
for the rest of her life.
D. C. was a member of the Methodist Church and a Mason.
Dekalb died at his home in Blanche at 7:00 o'clock on a Tuesday
morning. He had a massive stroke a month earlier on December
16, 1916.

DeKalb's military description was as follows:
Complexion: Fair
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Sandy

Items from The Fayetteville Observer

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.

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: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
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: (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
Event: Type: Enlisted
Place: 8th Tenn. Inf.
Reference: 2074
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Robert H. (b. 1845, d. 07 JUL 1881)
Note: Robert was a government employee and worked in Nashville.

From THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER
Thursday, July 14, 1881:

FEARFUL DEATH-Robert H. Rawls, a native of this county, but
late of Nashville, met with a most horrible death in that city
on last Thursday night. He and his wife occupied rooms in the
third story of the Allen block on Church Street. About 10
o'clock, Mr. Rawls, on account of the excessive heat carried a
quilt out to the front balcony of the building, upon which he
intended to lie down, for the purposes of cooling off.
Although his wife remonstrated with him for so doing on account
of recent somnambulistic freaks, he insisted up on going,
stating that he would not go to sleep, but remain out for a
short time, and then return. After going out, in a very short
time he fell asleep, and during the time, and while in this
condition, it is supposed he got up, and instead of returning
to his wife's room, fell over the banisters, a distance of
about fifty feet to the rock pavement below, breaking his neck,
crushing in the skull, shattering his right shoulder into
fragments and his right arm between the wrist and elbow, from
which he expired immediately. The deceased was the father of no
children and leaves only a wife, an aged mother, Mrs. Sally
Rawls, sisters, Mrs. Leatherwood and McAnn, and brothers, John
and Dr. Frank, of Blanche, and Jas. W. and Brown, of Molino,
live in this county. Mr. Jas. W. Rawls went to Nashville
Saturday to attend the funeral; the remains were interred
there. We offer the bereaved relatives our earnest sympathy.
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. ?: 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: 2075
Change: Date: 10 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Artemus Albert (b. 12 JUN 1850, d. 26 FEB 1908)
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.

Artemus was a partner with his brother John J. in a dry goods
store in the community of Blanche.

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: (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: (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: 2076
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Nancy A. (b. 04 DEC 1853, d. 05 FEB 1908)
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
Reference: 2077
Change: Date: 10 JUN 2005

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Rawls, Franklin R. Doctor (b. 01 APR 1855, d. 26 APR 1910)
Note: Franklin got his Doctors degree from Vanderbilt School of
Medicine.

Items from The Fayetteville Observer

December 19, 1878
BLANCHE - Dr. F. R. Rawls left a few days since to locate at
Bells, in Haywood County. We commend him as a gentleman and
very well posted in the profession.

PERSONALS; Dr. F. R. Rawls started for West, Tennessee on
Monday.

Franklin Rawls was a doctor in the community of Blanche in the
late 1880's and 1890's. He moved his practice to the Howell
community on Feb. 20, 1896.

July 4, 1895, The Fayetteville Observer reports that Dr. Rawls
has a chicken born with two (2) heads. The chicken did not
live after it hatched. Dr. Rawls preserved it for all to see.

After practicing in Howell for sometime he returned to Taft to
live and practice. He owned a small house in the community.
His wife raised their vegetable garden in the front yard with a
walkway from the street to the house running through the middle
of the garden.

From The Fayetteville Observer
June 11, 1896:
ACCIDENT - "Dr. F.B. Rawls had a narrow escape from mutilation
and perhaps death at the Fayetteville depot last Saturday
afternoon. He fell while trying to board a moving train."

May 19 1910
Dr Franklin R. Rawls, for many years a leading physician in
Lincoln county, died at his residence at Taft, in the county,
early Tuesday morning, April 26 after a few hours illness, his
immediate death being caused by an attack of neuralgia of the
heart, which was followed by death after ten hours illness. He
was living with in a few miles of where he was born and reared,
and where he for nearly thirty-two yers had been a popular and
successful practitioner.

Source: (Title)
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
Occupation: doctor
Reference: 2078
Change: Date: 11 JUN 2005

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Moyers, Jesse Belle (b. 16 JUN 1909)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Lincoln Co. Birth Records 1909-
Abbreviation: Lincoln Co. Birth Records 1909
Note: RIN#14934
Source: (Residence)
Title: Lincoln County News
Abbreviation: Lincoln County News
Note: RIN#2932
Reference: 2079
Change: Date: 25 MAR 1993

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Moyers, Edward (b. AFT 1910)
Reference: 2080
Change: Date: 10 FEB 1990

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Moyers, Elgie (b. 1916)
Reference: 2081
Change: Date: 11 JUL 1992

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Moyers, James Robert (b. 20 JUL 1924, d. 26 JUL 1984)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Records of Jack Towry
Abbreviation: Records of Jack Towry
Author: Jack Towry
Publication: 65 West Point, Fayetteville, Tenn. 37334
Note: RIN#15437
Source: (Death)
Title: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Abbreviation: Elk Valley Times and Observer
Note: RIN#1326
Reference: 2082
Change: Date: 15 DEC 1993

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Brooks, Mamie Ruth (b. 12 APR 1928)
Reference: 2083
Change: Date: 29 OCT 1989

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Hunt, Raymond (b. 11 NOV 1926)
Reference: 2084
Change: Date: 29 OCT 1989

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Hunt, Jesse William (b. )
Reference: 2085
Change: Date: 10 JUN 1990

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Thomas, Katie Lee (b. )
Reference: 2086
Change: Date: 29 OCT 1989

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Hunt, Linda Kay (b. 21 JUL 1948)
Reference: 2087
Change: Date: 26 MAY 1991

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