Title: The Late Lyle Anderson Mr. Andrew Lyle ANDERSON, whose death was announced in these columns last week, was one of a family of nine children, seven sons and two daughters, of the late Wm. ANDERSON, Esq., who came from Virginia, and was among the early settlers of the country,
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From 1975-1978, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture gathered information on farms in the state that had been in operation for more than 100 years. For most of these records, the data was verified by Blount County historian Inez E. Burns. The microfilm collection is held at the Tennessee State Library
Deaths — At his home in Rockford, Blount County, W.C. ANDERSON, a prominent citizen, aged 40 years. Pneumonia fever was the cause of death. The funeral will take place today at 1pm in Maryville. Friends of the deceased are invited to attend. Source: Daily Journal and Daily Tribune of Knoxville,
Will dated 17 Sep 1920. December term 1923. Names mentioned include: Roy D. Anderson (son) Lela M. Anderson (daughter) Clarence M. Anderson (son) Clara A. Miller (daughter) Nora I. Kinamon (daughter) Bettie E. Anderson (wife) M.T. Bailey (witness) I.N. Cauley (witness) View will online with free registration.
Will dated 12 May 1923. September term 1923. Names mentioned include: James M. Hatcher (son) A.A. Hatcher (son) Muse Hatcher Anderson Hatcher C.C. Anderson (witness) W.C. McGinley (witness) View online with free registration.
Will dated 15 Oct 1907. August term 1923. Names mentioned include: John Porter (son) Stephen Porter (son) Eliza Wilson (daughter) Minnie Means (daughter) James Porter (son) Ida Porter (daughter) Florence Porter (daughter) Mary Porter (daughter) Charles Ott Jas. Wilson Dock Henry John T. Anderson (witness) Carson Caldwell (witness) View online