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Thornton P. Lenoir

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Submitted by John D. Darst

I'm looking for close descendants of Thornton P. Le-Noir (his spelling).
He was from Philidelphia, Loudon Co., Tenn.

In an old family album of mine there is a photo of him. (below)

On the back he writes "Mrs. Browning, I am yours truly,
Thornton P. Le-Noir, Philidelphia, Tenn".

The Mrs. Browning he referred to was one of my relatives
who lived in Russell, Co. Va., but had relatives (Montgomery) in Hancock
Co., Tenn., and (Aston) relatives in
Washington Co., Va. close to Emory and Henry College.

Did he attend Emory and Henry college???
Please contact me if this means something to you.

Thorton P. Lenoir

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