Thomas Black, M. D., was born in McMinnville, June 13, 1837, the son of Alexander and Mary A. (Smith) Black. The father was of Scotch origin, was born in Kentucky in 1804, and died in 1859 in Orange County, Virginia., while on a tour to Virginia. The mother, probably of
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J. C. Biles, clerk and master of the chancery court of Warren County, Tenn., and resident of McMinnville, was born in this county June 27, 1843, the third of nine children born to Robert B. and Nancy (Ramsey) Biles, both natives of Warren County, where they were married in 1838.
Fourth row standing: Wm. Thomas Haley, Harney Martin, Willie Powell, Henry Martin, Cecil Nelson, Frank Keel, Louie Dodson. Third row standing: Edna Martin, Irene Boyd, Amy Byars, Pauline Cooley, Blanche Dodson, Louise McAGee, Marsha Cagle, Gladys Phelps, Georgia Lee Farless, Daisy Cutts, Betty Dixon, Georgia Mae O’Neal, Wilma Dodson, Hazel
Warren County occupies a position nearly midway between the northern and southern boundaries of the State, and lies for the most part at the western base of the Cumberland table-land. Portions of the county have a high elevation, but most of it is from 900 to 1,000 feet above sea
“All too often researchers are not aware of their varied ancestry; among their forebears may have been those who led such unfortunate lives that they lived a portion of their lives dependent upon others, as individuals and as institutions, to help them survive.” Jonathan K. T. Smith Warren County Poor House
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Contributed by Wanda Muncey Gant To the Honorable General Assembly of the State of Tennessee Now in Session: We your Humble petitioners living at some distance from a Justice of the peace and there being only one in the Captain’s Company in which we your petitioners reside, we therefore humbly
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Contributed by Wanda Muncey Gant This jail petition was dated around 1820 and can be found in the Tennessee State Library and Archives, TSLA. This list has been alphabetized. Alexander, Wm. Armstrong, Will Armstrong, Thomas B______, Thomas Black, John Black, James Blair, Andrew Boles, John M. Brasher, Kennedy Brooks, J. D.