THE HISTORY OF SCOTTS HILL, TENNESSEE
Gordon H. Turner, Sr.
This material, originally transcribed by David Donahue, has been removed from this web site due to concerns for the rights of the copyright holder. This web site has always honored the rights of publishers and other copyright holders and will continue to do so. Please consult one of the few copies of this book still available in order to access the information available in this valuable source of local Scotts Hill history.
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News! -The History of Scotts Hill, TN by Gordon H. Turner, Sr. to be reprinted by Christmas 2007.
The late Gordon H. Turner, Sr. (1898-1990) was born and grew up in the Scotts Hill area, he taught school there, he almost never lived more than a few hours away from Scotts Hill, and he lived there over 20 years after retirement, during which time he served three terms as mayor of Scotts Hill. For many years he collected stories, genealogies, and photographs of the area and area families with the goal of writing a history of his home community. Below is some of that history. However, the heart of the book is the hundreds of annotated photographs (probably 200 pages) and extensive genealogies for Austin, Clenney, Duck, Eason, Scott, Swift, and other families (100+ pages). I cannot reproduce this material here. Anyone interested in Scotts Hill families must try to look at an original copy of the book.
- David Donahue
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