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      1. Valerie Mask on September 5, 2012 at 5:49 pm said:

        I am the granddaughter of Bernice and Alf Ashton of Perry Co. I am researching my family history. My grandmother Bernice was a Bates. Her mother was Flora Twomey and her husband was William James Bates. I am looking to find his first wife Nettie Murray’s parent’s info. I know her mother was Elizabeth A Murray. They are all buried in Dodson Cemetery. I don’t know who Nettie’s Dad name is or what her mother’s maiden name is. Can you help me? You may contact me at 770-227-3054.GA. # or by Email. Thanks You so much, Valerie Mask

      2. 1, Valerie: I am just seeing this message; and do not see any answers., so will say this; My mother was a Sharp (e) [some used the e in spelling last name; My grandpa did not!} My mother was born & reared up in Perry Co/ my dad in Wayne. He was a Whitehead! I have several folks named Bates in my tree [at least three Williams, but no James as middle; My other two ancestral names are POPE (Maternal) & Durham -Dad’s Maternal. I have several years worth of research and County History books from 5 counties; multiples of some.- I have Hickman, Lewis, Maury, Perry-TWO-Wayne-3; One each of the multiples are those who served in Wars. I will have more IF I can afford to purchase the new ones coming out. I was born, educated through HS in Lewis Co,. Have lived mostly in TN, but in a few other states also. I am now retired and live in Nashville, TN, I have been to the archives a
        few X {I’m retired as an employee of St. of TN!} but would like to go more, but have not gone there to research-YET! I’m 75 and have some health conditions that sometimes get bothersome; but plan to go downtown when it is warm enough to take the bus!! If you wish to correspond with me; pls use this E- addy oldsoapfan@ yahoo.com IF I get an e-mail I will send more personal addy!

      3. Gerre Byrd on November 11, 2013 at 2:28 pm said:

        My deceased husband, Eddie L. BYRD was the g-g-g-g grandson of Nathan BYRD, b: abt 1780 in Anson Co., NC; his wife is said to have been Anna TERRY. She died after son John was b: in 1824 & before Nathan married Millie Emmaline UNKNOWN bef. 1827. Nathan left Perry Co., TN by 1840 & migrated to Johnson Co., AR. I would love to find PROOF of the parents of both Nathan and Anna. I would appreciate your assistance.

      4. Carla Smith on November 1, 2014 at 9:31 pm said:

        My great-grandparents are James and Jemima Smith. They lived in Perry County TN with son Jesse on the 1870 census. Jemima’s parents were Thomas Smith and Mary Woods Smith from Perry County TN. Jemima also had a brother Elisha and a sister Sarah. James had brothers Jeremiah, Thomas, Edward and sisters Nelly and Mary. They were from Dickson County originally. James and Jemima moved to Barry County Missouri in the early 1870’s. Any relatives out there from Perry County or Dickson County? Would like to share information if interested.

      5. Andrea Blackburn on November 13, 2015 at 7:57 am said:

        Hello. My name is Andrea Blackburn, My g3 grandparents where the Whiteheads, Crossnoe’s, Treece’s, Williams and Tilley’s of Perry county. My grandfather’s father was shot and killed in Perry County by a man trying to to rob him. His name was John Tilley. He married Lilly Crossnoe in 1910. I have the Census for 1910 and 1920. But my grandfather Lucian B. Tilley has said his dad was killed right before he was born which was August 16, 1917. If anyone can find any information about this please let me know on here or my email is [email protected]. Thank you for your time!

      6. Jack Smith on March 10, 2016 at 1:16 pm said:

        My name is Jack Smith and I have searched for years trying to find information on David Crockett Smith, my dad’s father. I know he lived at Britts Landing in 1919 because I have a copy of the death certificate for his son, Amos Crockett Smith who died September 17, 1919 at the age of seven. My dad’s mother was Alice Etta Haney-Smith and they had a farm in Ridgely, TN when my dad was born. Any help would be geatly appreciated. My email is [email protected]. Thank you.

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