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Note NI10896 :

Individuals : Unknown Ann Elizabeth


Note NI10897 :

Individuals : Reed Jorden


Note NI10898 :

Individuals : Reed Kyra


Note NI10899 :

Individuals : Fults Theresa


Note NI10900 :

Individuals : Reed Aiden


Note NI10901 :

Individuals : Rucker John E.


Note NI10902 :

Individuals : Shelton Lydia Ann


Note NI10903 :

Individuals : Fry Dortha Fay
Dortha Fay Andrews was born in Macon County, TN on December 29, 1943 to the late Odis Fay Frye, and Viola Lafayette Freeman Frye.
She was previously married and had two children. Later on March 7, 1987, Dortha was married to William Roger Andrews, sharing twenty-five years together, and gained two step-sons.
Dortha loved taking care of her home and working in her gardening. She enjoyed canning and putting up her harvest.
Dortha worked for Lawnlite Furniture Company for fifteen years as a seamstress, retiring in the early 90’s.
She was a very loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother.
On Sunday, March 3, 2013, after a struggling battle with cancer, the Lord called Dortha home.
Dortha will be missed deeply by her family and all who knew and loved her.
Funeral services for Dortha were conducted Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Rev. Ricky Vance and Rev. Landy Presley officiating. Interment followed in the Drury Cemetery.
She is survived by, Husband, Roger Andrews of the Wixtown Community, Daughters, Tina Tuttle (Michael) Davidson of Lebanon, Melissa Tuttle Bay of the Wixtown Community, Step-sons, Rogie Dale Andrews, Chris Andrews both of Scottsville, KY, Grandchildren, Clarissa Fay Meador, Heather Nicole Bay, Lee Forrest Wix and Kayla Latina Dawn Wix and Fiancé Gary Pedigo, Balinda Scruggs, Elaina Andrews, Cheyenne Andrews, Chris Andrews, Jr., Great grandchildren Gracie & Skyler Meador, Ornie, Melanie, & Cody Pedigo, & Payton Wix.
Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, in charge of arrangements.
(615)666-2189 or


Note NI10904 :

Individuals : Christian Josaphine


Note NI10905 :

Individuals : Frye Christina
Another account of Jacob Frye or Fry has him married to a Mary Catherine ____?. Jacob's father was Benjamin Frye, Jr. of Cedar Creek near Middletown, VA. Jacob's sister Nancy ? married a Nichols and 3 or 4 of their children also married Jamison's. Abraham Jamison appears in Odell's book Pioneers of Old Frederick County, VA published in 1995.
There are numerous Benjamin's in the Frye/Frey/Fry family that spells its last name 3 ways.
They have a family association HFFA that meets every 2 years at various places in the country. It stands for the Heinrich Frey Family Association. Heinrich is Swiss German.
I am a member. I am from sw PA.
1 CONC Association. Heinrich is Swiss German.
Posted by:
ember. I am from sw PA.
Tom Speers
Posted by:
Another Account:
Christina Jamison (Fry)
Birthdate: 1765
Death: Died 1825
1 CONT Birthdate: 1765
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jacob Frye and Mary "Molly" Frye
Wife of Abraham Jamison
Mother of Mary Polly Johnson (Jamison)
Sister of Catherine Fry
Half sister of Abraham Frye, Sr.; Esther Bertolet; Sarah Bertolet Tyson and Elizabeth B. Bertolet


Note NI10906 :

Individuals : Greer Edna Lee


Note NI10907 :

Individuals : Spain Thomas


Note NI10911 :

Individuals : Jamison Eddie Lee
Murfreesboro, Rutherford Co., TN
The Hillview Baptist Church Cemetery has two additional Jamisons buriedthere. Ruth Jamison , b. April 6, 1923 - d. Dec 6, 1923 Martha P.Jamison, b. 1894 d. 1925 Eddie Lee has inscrib ed on his memo rial,"Father" which seem to indicate that Matha P. was his wife.1369613093


Note NI10912 :

Individuals : Fults Patsy


Note NI10913 :

Individuals : Shelton Sarah Lucinda


Note NI10915 :

Individuals : Jamison Calvin


Note NI10917 :

Individuals : Jamison Calvin


Note NI10918 :

Individuals : Clifton James T.


Note NI10919 :

Individuals : Clifton Cydna


Note NI10920 :

Individuals : Clifton Mary A.


Note NI10921 :

Individuals : Clifton Frances


Note NI10922 :

Individuals : Clifton Joshua


Note NI10923 :

Individuals : Clifton Martha A.


Note NI10924 :

Individuals : Shelton Jesse Ransom


Note NI10925 :

Individuals : Fults Polly


Note NI10926 :

Individuals : Clifton Eliza A.


Note NI10927 :

Individuals : Clifton Priscilla


Note NI10928 :

Individuals : Clifton Jesse


Note NI10929 :

Individuals : Clifton Robert


Note NI10930 :

Individuals : Bynum Louisa Jane
Thyatira Cemetery , Cannon County, TN


Note NI10931 :

Individuals : Bynum John


Note NI10932 :

Individuals : Hoover Elizabeth (Betsy)


Note NI10933 :

Individuals : Jamison Elizabeth
Post in Genforum May 27, 2009
Jamison Bible by Ronald Hallberg
ld Hallberg
A family member has inherited a Jamison family bible. As she is not aJamison descendant, sh e would like to pass it on to a member of theappropriate family.

Names in the bible are:

Elizabeth Jamison born Dec. 7, 1815
Sarah Jamison born Feb. 28, 1821, died as Sarah Miller, on Sept. 19, 1886
John Jamison born Sept. 27, 1817, died on Dec. 26, 1848
William Jamison born August 24, 1819, died March 13, 1897
If these are members of your family, please advise your connection.
these are members of your family, please advise your connection.
I have looked at the old bible and have found a few more names in the"Family Record" sheets:
names in
Jacob Jamison, b. 1825
David Jamison, b. 1830
Elizabeth Jamison, b. 1815
Sarah Jamison, b. 1821
Nansey Jamison, b. 1823
Catherine Jamison, b. 1827
Elizabeth Jamison, b. 1833
Andrew Jamison, b. 1837
Mary Jamison, b. 1835
Barbara Jamison, b. 1840
Some death dates are shown and some births have specific dates.


Note NI10934 :

Individuals : Jamison John


Note NI10935 :

Individuals : Shelton Mary Ann


Note NI10936 :

Individuals : Jamison Sarah


Note NI10937 :

Individuals : Ward Emily


Note NI10938 :

Individuals : Jamison William


Note NI10939 :

Individuals : Miller


Note NI10940 :

Individuals : Ybarra Jaime


Note NI10941 :

Individuals : Ybarra Melissa


Note NI10942 :

Individuals : Ybarra John


Note NI10943 :

Individuals : Ybarra Cody


Note NI10944 :

Individuals : Coleman Adam


Note NI10945 :

Individuals : Boyd Cynthia


Note NI10946 :

Individuals : Hunt Sharon


Note NI10947 :

Individuals : McCarter David


Note NI10948 :

Individuals : McCarter Laura Leigh


Note NI10949 :

Individuals : Hoskins Hiram


Note NI10950 :

Individuals : Bales Ed


Note NI10951 :

Individuals : Bales Kathlyn


Note NI10952 :

Individuals : Bales Tyler


Note NI10953 :

Individuals : Boyd John W. 'Chuck'


Note NI10954 :

Individuals : Boyd Greg


Note NI10955 :

Individuals : Boyd Randy


Note NI10956 :

Individuals : Cara


Note NI10957 :

Individuals : Perone Janet


Note NI10958 :

Individuals : Shelton Matilda Frances


Note NI10959 :

Individuals : Betty


Note NI10960 :

Individuals : Gregory William 'Billy'
Age 79 of Riddleton Community. August 10, 2010; farmer & livestockdealer; President & manage r of Smith County Commission Co. in Carthage,Marine veteran of Korean War, member Maces Hil l Missionary Ba ptistChurch. Preceded in death by parents, Duffy & Carrie Taylor Gregory;sibl ings, Larry Gregory, Sr., Cornelia Staggs, Fay Gann & Carrie MaiGann. Survived by wife of 5 5 years, Grace Campbell Grego ry; sons, TommyGregory, David Gregory & wife Melissa, all of Ri ddleton, Richard Gregory& wife Leah of South Carthage; brother, Bobby G. Gregory & wife Rut h ofHendersonville; sister-in-law, Joann Gr egory of Cookeville Hwy.;grandchildren, Daniel, A ustin, Justin, Campbell & Cade Gregory, AmberGregory West, Mandy Gregory Dixon; great-grandch ildren, Tyler & KayleeDixon. Services with Military Cha pel Honors, 11 a.m. Friday, August13t h, Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home, with Elder Charles AllenGentry & Bro. Jimmy Gre gory officiating. Honorary Pallbearers: present &former employees o f Smith County Commissio n Co. Active Pallbearers: fivegrandsons & Robby Dixon, Bradley West, Tyler Dixon. Interment D ixonSprings Cemetery. Family requests memorials to libraries of the localschools , % S.F.H. , 901 Main St. N., Carthage, TN 37030-1002. VisitationThursday, 10 a.m. 8 p.m. & Friday afte r 8 a.m., at SANDERSON OF CARTHAGE,(615) 735-2118.


Note NI10961 :

Individuals : Gregory Duffy
Gregory Hill Farm
Located in the Beasley Bend community, three farms established over a fifty year period -- 1842, 1853, and 1892 --have histories that connect the Culbreath, Taylor, and Gregory families. Two farms, Gregory Hill and Locust Hill trace their origins to Rozeatta Overby Culbreath who moved from Mecklenberg, Virginia in the 1830s. In 1836 she purchased 100 acres from Ellis Beasley for $534.00 with money given to her by her parents. Married to John Culbreath, the couple was the parents of James H. Minerva, Mary Jane, Emma, Lafayette, Amanda, Hezekiah, and Nancy Ann. When John Culbreath failed to make the payments on the farm, it was sold, but repurchased by Rozeatta in 1842. With the deed in her name and that of her children, Rozeatta managed the farm and lived there until her death in 1882.
er name and that
The history of Gregory Hill Farm continues with the daughter of James H. Culbreath, Caroline Cornelia Culbreath Overby who married Rufus A Taylor. Taylor acquired the farm in 1895. He and Caroline were the parents of four children. She died in 1900, leaving four small children, Julius, Irene, Ophelia and Carrie Dee, who were raised by their father. In 1923, daughters Carrie Dee Taylor Rigsby and Ophelia Taylor Kenney inherited the property from their father. During these years the family produced tobacco, hay, and cattle. Carrie married Duffy Gregory who purchased Ophelia’s interest in the property in 1960 and also purchased from his step daughters their interest in their mother’s estate. In 1975, the sons of Carrie and Duffy Gregory, Billy, Bobby, and Larry, inherited their father’s interest in the farm and the farm across the road known as BG Farm. In 1985, Billy purchased the farm from his brothers. Billy and his wife Grace had three sons, Tommy, David, and Richard. Today, David, the great, great, great grandson of the founders, and his wife Melissa own Gregory Hill Farm and raise tobacco, cattle, corn and hay.


Note NI10962 :

Individuals : North Edward


Note NI10963 :

Individuals : Taylor Carrie


Note NI10964 :

Individuals : Gregory Larry


Note NI10965 :

Individuals : Gregory Cornelia


Note NI10966 :

Individuals : Staggs


Note NI10967 :

Individuals : Gregory Fay


Note NI10968 :

Individuals : Gregory Carrie Mae


Note NI10969 :

Individuals : Shelton David Elizabeth


Note NI10970 :

Individuals : Gann


Note NI10971 :

Individuals : Campbell Thelma Grace


Note NI10972 :

Individuals : Gregory Thomas William
Mr. Tommy Gregory age 57 of the Riddleton Community died at his Riddleton Circle home Monday morning May 19, 2014 of an apparent heart attack. He was pronounced dead at 8:16 a.m. at the Riverview Regional Medical Center E. R. in Carthage.
1 CONC E. R. in Carthage.
Funeral services from the Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home were conducted Friday afternoon May 23rd at 3 p.m. Eld. Charles Allen Gentry and Eld. Phillip Evitts officiated and burial was in the Gregory family lot in Gazebo Gardens at Dixon Springs Cemetery.
in Gazebo Gardens at Dixon Springs Cemetery.
Born Thomas William Gregory on January 29, 1957 at the former Petty-Green Clinic which stood where Smith County Drugs is now located, he was one of three sons of Thelma Grace Campbell Gregory of Riddleton who owns and operates the Smith County Commission Co. assisted by her sons and the late Billy Gregory who died at the age of 79 on August 10, 2010.
y Gregory who died at the age of 79 on August 10, 2010.
Mr. Gregory was a lifelong farmer and livestock trader and had an unending love for farming and the out-of-doors.
and the out-of-doors.
He was saved in 1968 at the age of 11 and was baptized into the full fellowship of the Dixon Creek Missionary Baptist Church.
ionary Baptist Church.
He was a 1975 graduate of Smith County High School where he majored in agriculture and played Owls football.
played Owls football.
Surviving in addition to his mother are two children, a daughter, Mandy Gregory Dixon and husband Robby of Hartsville, a son, Justin Gregory and fiancée Sunshine Curtis of Riddleton and the mother of his two children, Tonya Taylor Gregory of Hartsville; brothers, David Gregory an wife Melissa Case Gregory of Hartsville, Richard Gregory and wife Leah Grisham Gregory of South Carthage; grandchildren, Tyler and Kaylee Dixon of Hartsville and Farmer Gregory of Riddleton.
er and Kaylee Dixon of
The family requests memorials to Sherry’s Run.
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Note NI10973 :

Individuals : Gregory David


Note NI10974 :

Individuals : Davis Thomas


Note NI10975 :

Individuals : Melissa


Note NI10976 :

Individuals : Gregory Richard


Note NI10977 :

Individuals : Leah


Note NI10978 :

Individuals : Gregory Bobby G.


Note NI10979 :

Individuals : Ruth


Note NI10980 :

Individuals : Shelton Eli Washington


Note NI10982 :

Individuals : Birdie
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN


Note NI10983 :

Individuals : Pitts Manzy
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
Manzy Pitts was in World War I as PVT 330 Machine Gun BN.


Note NI10984 :

Individuals : Jamison Herschel R.
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
Herschel R Jamison was born on October 10, 1903 and died on January 28,1992. This person las t resided in Winchester, Tennessee in FranklinCounty. Herschel R Jamison was assigned the soc ial security number (SSN)of: 410-07-9625.


Note NI10985 :

Individuals : Word Lucy Ellen
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 19 1 14
Helen & Lucy were twins.


Note NI10986 :

Individuals : Callet Samuel


Note NI10987 :

Individuals : Word Mary G.
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 19 1 12.5


Note NI10988 :

Individuals : Word Samuel Augustus
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI10989 :

Individuals : Groves Nellie Rebecca
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 43 4 10


Note NI10990 :

Individuals : Word James Evermount
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 43 4 7


Note NI10991 :

Individuals : Feltner Hansford
Hansford Feltner
Hansford Feltner, 60, of Busy, died Thursday, June 23, 2005 at home. He was the son of the Late Laxie and Zola Fields Feltner. He is survived by 1 daughter, Linda Parsons and husband Chuck of Busy; 1 son, Harold Feltner and wife Rhonda of Viper; 4 sisters, Jean Huff, Orpah Lewis, Edith Holland and Bethel Baker; 5 brothers, Bransford Feltner, Darrell Feltner, Omar Feltner, Arkie Feltner and Kelly Feltner; 2 grandson, Randy and wife Samantha Feltner, Bryan Lee Feltner; 2 granddaughters, Felicia Thompson, Ashley and husband Vaughn Campbell; 2 great-grandsons, Jacob Tyler Thompson and Phoenix Jordan Campbell. Funeral was conducted Sunday, June 26, 2005 at Engle-Walker Funeral Home Chapel with J.P. Couch officiating, burial in the Jameson Cemetery in Coal Harbour. Engle-Walker Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


Note NI10992 :

Individuals : Word Samuel Augustus
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI10993 :

Individuals : Word Nellie Sue
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI10994 :

Individuals : Word Thelma
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI10995 :

Individuals : (Petrey) Dora Dean
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI10996 :

Individuals : Groves John L.


Note NI10997 :

Individuals : Bolton Rebecca W.
Lemons Gap Cemetery, Tuscola, Taylor, Tx


Note NI10998 :

Individuals : Johnson George


Note NI10999 :

Individuals : Groves Leora E.


Note NI11000 :

Individuals : Groves George Oliver


Note NI11001 :

Individuals : Groves Martha W.


Note NI11002 :

Individuals : Shelton


Note NI11003 :

Individuals : Groves Lewis Joseph


Note NI11004 :

Individuals : Groves Fannie V.


Note NI11005 :

Individuals : Groves John R.


Note NI11006 :

Individuals : Groves Ruby Lafette


Note NI11007 :

Individuals : Groves Mary C. "Betty"


Note NI11008 :

Individuals : Groves Ada L.


Note NI11009 :

Individuals : Montgomery Merton William
Austin Memorial Park Cemetery, Austin, TX


Note NI11010 :

Individuals : Cothron William Ransom


Note NI11011 :

Individuals : Miller William Carl


Note NI11012 :

Individuals : Moore Lillie Leora Belle
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 4.3 4 1
Lillie Leora Belle (Moore) Word was the daughter of James William andMartha Jane (Hall) Moore . She married James Evermont Word on 23 Dec 1906in Lampasas, TX. She died in childbirth wit h her third ch ild Kittie WestWord. She died in George West, TX. Her three daughters: Thelma , b 2 Jan1908 in Lampasas; Anna Belle Word b 17 July 1912 in Lampasas, died 9 Feb1923 in Lamp asas and is buried in the p lot with her grandparents JamesWilliam and Martha Jane (Hall) Moo re at Oak Hill; and Kittie West Word, bc 1926.
- Jane Clancy Debenport


Note NI11013 :

Individuals : Keele Elizabeth Vera
Holland Hill Cemetery


Note NI11014 :

Individuals : Smith Omar
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI11015 :

Individuals : Word Bell C.
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI11016 :

Individuals : Word Emma L.
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX


Note NI11017 :

Individuals : Kate M.
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 19 1 10


Note NI11018 :

Individuals : Word Lizzie
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 19 .1 7


Note NI11019 :

Individuals : Wheeler John Whit


Note NI11020 :

Individuals : Word Annie Lee
Oak Hill Cemetery, Lampasas Co., TX 43 4 3


Note NI11021 :

Individuals : Word John Quincy
John Word was given one negro boy named Daniel in his father's will of1821. He also stated th at since the other named children had a bed andfurniture and a cow and calf when they left th at John and Edmond alsohave such.
Thomas Marshall Word was the son of T.M.Word Sr and Ella Harriette WaltonThe Grand parents we re: Thomas and Emma Rebecca Cole The great Grandparents were: John and Elizabeth[Quarles] Was son Word The G,G,Grand-Parents were John and Fannie[Collins] Word. I have more. - Bob Watkin s
ents were John and Fannie[Collins] Word. I have more. - Bob
John may have lived in the 15th district since he sold almost a hundredacres there.
d almost a
1823, NOV 05 SIMPSON, Polly marr. WORD, Jno
MPSON, Polly marr. WORD, Jno
In the WILSON COUNTY, TN - MISC - Stone's River and Statesville TurnpikeCompany a
John Word and a Thomas Word, is mentioned: 38+F
December, 7, 1849.
Uncertain if the following record is of John Word, however, he was theonly one in the count y by that name as far as we know:
1 CONC theonly one in the count y by that name as far as we know:
In each district of Tennessee a local Home Guard and Minute Men wereassigned. In Wilson Co . on May 23,1861 Col. John B. Scobey was electedchairman of the Home Guard. He, John Word an d B. W. G. Win ford wereappointed to investigate the procurement of arms. They reported on J une3, 1861, "No arm can be bought at any price." - p. 322 of Prolog toSuccession, Chapter X X of History of Wilson Co., 1961.
1 CONC toSuccession, Chapter X X of History of Wilson Co., 1961.
There was also Word's Cross Road, 5 miles from Cainville, east ofMurfressboro Pike between Sh op Springs and Cainville.
Springs and Cainville.
In 1802 the Wilson Co. Tax list of Smith's Fork included Thomas Word.Thomas is believed to b e the brother of John Q. Word.

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