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Pea Ridge Relations 8 (Notes Pages)


Williams, Henry (b. ABT 1840, d. 08 APR 1896)

Reference: 142
Change: Date: 02 SEP 2002

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Webb, Josephine (b. ABT 1852, d. 29 JUL 1929)
Source: (Death)
Title: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Records 1925-39
Abbreviation: Lincoln Co., Tenn. Death Recor
Note: RIN#14919
Reference: 143
Change: Date: 25 AUG 2002

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Bryant, Albert G. (b. ABT 1825)
Reference: 144
Change: Date: 15 MAR 1992

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Strong, Elizabeth A. (b. 13 JAN 1841, d. 09 AUG 1927)
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1910 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Lincoln County (on CD)
Abbreviation: 1910 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest
Reference: 145
Change: Date: 02 SEP 2002
Census: Date: 15 APR 1910
Place: 8th Dist., Lincoln, Tenn.
Note: Sheet 094, 026, 029, "College Street"

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Kelso, Lucy James (b. 24 AUG 1867, d. 1962)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Kelso Family Bible
Abbreviation: Kelso Family Bible
Note: RIN#694
Event: Type: Lived
Date: OCT 1893
Place: Atlanta, Ga.
Reference: 146
Change: Date: 02 SEP 2002

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Kelso, Charles (b. 14 FEB 1869, d. 03 NOV 1945)
Note: Moved to Montgomery about 1920.
Source: (Birth)
Title: Kelso Family Bible
Abbreviation: Kelso Family Bible
Note: RIN#694
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 147
Change: Date: 02 SEP 2002

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Kelso, Jefferson (b. 17 MAY 1870, d. 20 MAY 1890)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Kelso Family Bible
Abbreviation: Kelso Family Bible
Note: RIN#694
Reference: 148
Change: Date: 02 SEP 2002

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Kelso, James Edward (b. 16 JAN 1873, d. 25 APR 1874)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 149
Change: Date: 18 JUL 1994

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Kelso, Elizabeth (b. 23 JUL 1874, d. 11 NOV 1947)
Source: (Name)
Title: 1910 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Lincoln County (on CD)
Abbreviation: 1910 U.S. Census LCT CD
Publication: Heritage Quest
Page: Dist. 08, Page 094A, Line 39
Reference: 150
Change: Date: 26 AUG 2002

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Kelso, James C. (b. 15 NOV 1875, d. ABT 1956)
Reference: 151
Change: Date: 26 AUG 2002
Census: Date: 09 JUN 1900
Place: 14th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.
Census: Date: 15 APR 1910
Place: 8th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Kelso, Henry (b. 30 JUL 1878, d. 07 SEP 1878)
Reference: 152
Change: Date: 11 SEP 1989

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Kelso, Mary (b. 28 FEB 1879, d. 30 APR 1923)
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Page: LXX, No.20, St. Thomas Hospital
Reference: 153
Change: Date: 19 APR 1992

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Kelso, Susie (b. 15 FEB 1882, d. 06 MAR 1937)
Source: (Birth)
Title: Lincoln County Records of Birth
Abbreviation: Lincoln County Records of Birt
Note: RIN#4648
Source: (Death)
Title: The Fayetteville Observer
Abbreviation: Fayetteville Observer
Note: RIN#689
Reference: 154
Change: Date: 26 AUG 2002
Census: Date: 15 APR 1910
Place: 8th Dist., Lincoln Co., Tenn.

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Routt, Willis Roden (b. ABT 1805, d. 16 DEC 1851)
Note: was a two-time widower with at least seven children when he
left Lexington, Kentucky for Lincoln County in the early
1840's. In 1843, he bought a 400 acre tract of Cane Creek
bottom land from Barnet Metcalfe. In 1845, he moved onto the
place with seven slaves and began farming. But, the interprise
did not prosper and his notes went largely unpaid. Metcalf sued
for the property's return in 1849. However, Routt claimed to
have more than enough in slaves, stocks and equipment to cover
his debt.

About this time, Routt sold some horses in Huntsville and was
returning home, when he stopped at Pleasant Mound tavern.
There, he apparently fell under the spell of the notorious
"Widow of Hazel Green". According to John Diemer Scott, he sent
his boys on home alone.

At the beginning of 1850, Willis set up a mercantile business
in Fayetteville under the name "Fulgham & Rout." It was a
partnership in which he took no
active part, only supplying the capital and maintaining
records. James Fulgham ran the business. After Routt's death,
the estate's share was calculated at $2,563.49.
Source: (Name)
Title: The Trolinger Family Web Site, Url: http://www.trolinger.com/
Abbreviation: The Trolinger Family
Page: Willis Routt: http://www.trolinger.com/Family/Tree/d12.htm#P749
Source: (Individual)
Title: The Kentucky Gazette
Abbreviation: Kentucky Gazette
Note: In the Kentucky Gazette of 11 April, 1835, "Willis Routt"
appears on a list of letters remaing at the Post Office of
Lexington, Ky. ( Kentucky Pioneer Genealogy and Records, Volume
2, No.3 [July, 1980])
Reference: 155
Change: Date: 23 JUL 2010

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Martin, Elizabeth Jane (b. ABT 1805, d. 1841)
Source: (Name)
Title: Ancestry.com, Url: http://www.ancestry.com/
Abbreviation: Ancestry.com
Page: Jim Boggs: 18 Feb 2001: suzanne@whitemtns
Reference: 156
Change: Date: 07 APR 2010

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Routt, Florida M. (b. ABT 1826)
Reference: 157
Change: Date: 07 APR 2010

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Little, Frank W. (b. ABT 1825)
Reference: 158
Change: Date: 15 MAR 1992

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Routt, Kate T. (b. ABT 1833, d. AFT 1905)
Reference: 159
Change: Date: 22 APR 1990

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Routt, James Roden (b. 01 MAY 1834, d. 01 JUN 1915)
Note: according to his service records, James R. Routt was enlisted
at Camp Trousdale for 12 months by Lt. Hunt. Co. E, 44th
Infantry records show that he was sent to
hospital 28 May, 1862 for "diarrhea chronica" and returned to
duty in Dalton Ga. 26 March, 1863. He was wounded at
Chickamauga and sent to the hospital at Ringgold 19 September,
1963. Surgeon Plummer furloughed him from the hospital to
Alabama. He was not heard from again and was dropped from the
rolls as a deserter 17 August, 1864. He was last paid 30 June,
1863.
Note: First Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville, Book 1, Pg. 99
Source: (Individual)
Title: Company E, 44th Tennessee Infantry Muster Role
Abbreviation: 44th Tenn. Inf., Co. E Muster
Note: According to his service records, James R. Routt was John M.
Routt enlisted at Camp Trousdale for 12 months by Lt. Hunt. Co.
E, 44th Infantry records show that he was sent to hospital 28
May, 1862 for "diarrhea chronica" and returned to duty in
Dalton Ga. 26 March, 1863. He was wounded at Chickamauga and
sent to the hospital at
Ringgold 19 September, 1963. Surgeon Plummer furloughed him
from the hospital to Alabama. He was not heard from again and
was dropped from the rolls as a deserter 17 August, 1864. He
was last paid 30 June, 1863.
Reference: 160
Change: Date: 15 SEP 2002

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Routt, Richard E. (b. 27 JAN 1837, d. 10 JAN 1897)
Note: Richard Routt had distinguished service with the Turney's
First Tennessee, CSA, serving as a Captain with A.P. Hill's
Division in most of the Virginia campaigns. After the war, he
continued teaching school. He bought a lot with a house and
store in Flintville and married a Flintville girl. He was
Federal Census taker in 1880, but by 1890 had moved to
Tullahoma.
Event: Type: Enlisted
Place: 1st Tenn., Inf. (Turney's)
Occupation: teacher
Reference: 161
Change: Date: 12 AUG 2002

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