Potters Chapel Cemetery – Location:  West of Lancing off Hwy 62, turn left at Williams Market onto Genesis Road. Travel app 2.4 miles, turn left & travel app. 1.4 miles. The cemetery & Church are on the right. There are app. 73 unmarked graves.


Potters Chapel Church

POTTERSCHAPELCHURCH———PotterschapelINSIDECHURCH


POTTERDOROTHYPOTTERMARY

Dorothy & Mary Potter                                     Mary Edith Potter Griffith

b & d 1923                                                 Sept 18, 1930 – Dec. 16, 1993

Robert Perry Potter & Mary Cook —               Wife of Charles E. Griffith


POTTERCLARENCE —POTTERCLARENCE2

Clarence M. Potter

PFC US ARMY WORLD WAR ll

May 13, 1925, March 23, 1978


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Alfred M. Bishop                                        Rebecca J. Melton Bishop Husband of Rebecca J. Bishop                      b: 2-19-1863 – d: 9-28-14 b:  May 15, 1858-d: Mar. 20, 1917                                        d/o Henry Melton & Mary E. Howard


BISHOPALVIN

Alvin C. Bishop – 1919-1921 s/o Maynard Bishop & Ruth Hartley


 

BISHOPMAYNARD

Maynard C. Bishop – Apr. 6, 1899 – Dec. 27, 1975

Ernestine Hawn – Apr. 3, 1920 – d/o Wm. M. Hawn & Frances Mahalia Potter


LeonaRebecca   —  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Leoona Rebecca Potter                                      Gilbert Absolum Potter

Aug 12, 1874 – Nov 2, 1947                              Mar 18, 1872 – May 4, 1931

w/o Absolum Potter                                           h/o Leona Rebecca Hawn

Jacob Hawn & Sarah Sallie Green                    John Potter & Francis Hamby

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  Curtie Potter                                                    Bertie Potter Aug. 19, 1911, Aug 11, 1924                       Feb 11, 1903 – Apr 11, 1922 Gilbert Absolum Potter & Leona R. Potter


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA ——-OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA   Solomon Monroe Potter, 1870-1939                 Samuel Cloud Potter  1910-1972 h/o (1) Ida Adkins, (2) Artela Tillie Howard          (Solomon M Potter, Artela Tillie                                                                   Howard) husband of Velma M Gilreath John R. Potter & Elizabeth Barnett


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Artelia Howard Potter 1877-1961                           Annette Potter

w/o  Solomon Monroe Potter                     d/o Mildred Potter b-d 2-14-1962

(Samuel Howard, Susannah Langley)


 

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Mother M A B                                                            Father  B L B


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Elsie Ruth Potter                                              M.E. Hawn,  1874-1886

9/4/1926–9/18/1926


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Julia Elizabeth Taylor  1864-1906                    Frankie F. Potter

Lawrence & Lonnie – 1906-1906                            1834-1905


 POTTEReaton

Leaton M. Potter, US Army Korea – Dec. 27, 1923, Dec 27, 1993

son of  Benj. Harrison Potter & Annie Tilda Simpson


POTTERharrison    —   POTTERsolomon

Clifford Potter, 1925-1991                           Solomon S. Potter

Dec 20, 1920 – Mar 23, 1993

sons of  Benj. Harrison Potter & Annie Tilda Simpson

 


Photos courtesy of Deb Shippee

 

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Located West of Lancing, turn off Hwy 62 onto Hwy 298, Genesis Rd, at the Jct. travel app. 2.4 miles south, turn left, travel app. 1.4 miles passing the Potters Chapel Cemetery on the right, continuing on app. 1.2 miles, then turn left at Sam Williams, travel app. .1 mile bearing right to the cemetery. There are app. 13 u/m graves.

POTERCEMETERY


ADDISONHAWN   — ALEXANDERHAWN

Addison Hawn                              Alexander Hawn, 9/15/1886 – 3/14/1960

2/21/1884, 9/24/1943TN                            PVT CO D 46 INF 9 DIV WWI                                                                             s/o Woodson & Lizzie Potter


Displaying Ivory J Potter, 1905-1991, Josie White Potter, 1907-1997.jpg

POTTER  –  Ivory J., Apr 25, 1905, Aug 2, 1991

Josie I., May 18, 1907, Dec 11, 1979


BENNYPOTTER2  — GUSTAPOTTER

Benny Fritts Potter                                      Gusta Potter   1891 – 1907

8/9/1905, 12/20/1971

s/o Johnnie & Hattie – –

h/o Virgie Ella Tinch


JHONNIE – POTTERJOHN

Johnnie Potter  1913-1986                              John Potter, Sr.  – Francis

1826 – 1905        d 1929?


 

POTTERJOHNIEHATTIE  – – juniorhawnPotter:  Johnie 3/3/1864 – 4/7/1986              Junior Hawn, s/o Addison & Rosa

Hattie Fritts, 9/30/1884, 5/16/1948                            1928 – 1928

                                                                      He is not dead but sleepeth


LESTERPOTTER – —PIOTTERLONIE

Lester M. Potter                                           Lonnie Harvey Potter

PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR II                     11/12/1909 – 8/8/1961

2/1/1921 – 11/17/1987                                     s/o Johnnie & Hattie


 

HAWNNW  –  – –POTTERSOLOMON

N. W. Hawn                                POTTER:  Solomon Johnson

 5/8/1854 – 8/9/1935                       8/21/1868-10/20/1960, h/o Martha Eliza


Courtesy of Deb Shippee

MORGAN COUNTY COURT 
1874 – EXCERPTS

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March term 
A. 
Be it remembered that the County court began and held in the town of Wartburg in the County of Morgan and the state of Tennessee.

_____ MELHORN, LEWIS HENDRICK, AUGUSTUS HEADRICK, were examined by the court and upon their oath say that WILLIAM BANEKE, dec’d, did not leave any property of any kind or nothing of value of anything.  Therefore,
the court releases T. A. Senkerick the guardian of one of the minors from any libilities of the estate.JOHN KRIES,commissioner of the estate is released of any libilities.

B.
Ordered by the court that P. O. HOLLOWAY be allowed to fence the road leading across the bridge at Rock Creek and facing his house.  The overseer of the said road be required to work the road crossing the creek below said bridge and heretofore viewed and reported.

SAMUEL H. STAPLES brought into open court the following paper, which was ordered to be copied.: State of Tennessee, S. H. STAPLES exparte upon motion M. F. ADKINS practicing lawyer of this court it is ordered by the court that the clerk of this court issue to the said S. H. STAPLES such is required in order to obtain a license to practice law viz: that he is  21 years of age, a citizen of Morgan County in said state of Tennessee and of good moral character integrity and soberity.

C.
We the undersignedm viewed and located a 3rd class road begining at MENAN DAVIDSON running by DANIEL PITTMANS, then via EUGENE LYNCH and by JOSEPH DAVIDSONS, intersecting the old turnpike road at JNO ENOS old place.  Signed: MENAN DAVIDSON, RUFUS JONES, EUGENE LYNCH, JAMES DAVIDSON, JNO M. STAPLES.

D.
F. FREYTAG, guardian of the minor heirs of GEORGE D. HOWARD has made settlement as follows: That he is charged with $241.54; that he has expanded $234.34 leaving in the hands of the guardian $7.

B. T. SUMMERS and S. J. McKETHAN adm. of C. CARPENTER, dec’d, this day made final settlement, which settlement was excepted (sic) by the court and ordered recorded.

By partition of sundry citizens of the 5th civil district it is ordered by the court that the voting place of said district is hereby  established at W. H. JONES instead of WILLIS MORRIS.

P. 1
Ordered by the court that EDWARD FREELS be paid by the trustee out of the contingent fund, levied for the year of 1873, the amount of $73.39 1/2, it being the full amount of an outstanding warrent issued in payment for the building of the county jail at Montgomery,

p.2
By partition of PHOBE M. BYRD it was ordered by the court that S. H. STAPLES be and he is hereby appointed guardian of SAMUEL H. BYRD, minor of SAMUEL BYRD, dec’d.

P.3
Ordered by the court that C. P. SAFFELL be required to give futher security as guardian of SAMUEL and BETTY SAFFELL at the next term of court,.

Ordered by the court that letters of guardianshilp be issued to J. S. FRITTS, public guardian for the benfit of AINCENT?? JOSEPH, JAMES and REBECCA minors of RANSON McCOY dec’d

P.4
AMELIA FORSTNER was appointed adm. of the estate of JOSEPH and EKIZA FORSTNER, dec’d. (Confusing, in the body it states “The estate of JOSEPH and AMELIA FORSTNER”) JOHN HALL Jr., and CHARLES H. DELIUS securities.

P. 5
It appears to the satisfaction of the court that JOSEPH and ELIZA FAWLWINKLE late of said county are dead, they died 1873 and 1874.  They  died instate and AMELIA FORSTNER has been appointed adm. of the estate.

P. 5 to 8
Dr. F. A. SIENHUECHT and Mrs. ROSEANNA KUHN produced in open court a paper writing purporting to be the last will and testment of DAVID KUHN and moved that the said will be admitted to probate and that letter of  testamentary? be issued to them.  S. H. STAPLES, PETER HENRY, and JNO KRIES subscribing witnesses to the will, say they were called by the said DAVID KUHN in witness to the paper now exhabited in court.  The
said DAVID KUHN, is now dead and they signed the instrument at the request of the said DAVID KUHN.

P.  8
On motion of MARTIN HALL it is ordered by the court that M.T. ADKINS be and is hereby appointed guardian of MATILDA, DAVID,  LETITIC, EMILY JANE and SAMUEL HALL minor children of GARRETT HALL dec’d.

P.9
On motion S. H. STAPLES Esq., M. T. ADKINS is appointed adm. of JNO STAPLES dec’d.

H. W. BUXTON, guardian of the minor heirs of ELISHA A. HAWN made settlement which was accepted by the court.  There is remaining in the hands of the adm. The sum of $39.66, and BUXTON renews his bond as adm.

June Term 1874
p. 10
WELCOME WEBB is appointed overseer of a 2nd class road begining at WM. J. SCOTTS and leading to the forks of the river above JAMES McCARTS.  The following hands are to work on the road: MARTIN GARRETT, LEWIS LANDRUM, ZACHARY HALL, BENJ. HALL, ANDREW CROMWELL, JAMES HAMBY, WM. H. McCART, RILEY SHANNON, ARCHIBALD McCOY, WM. WEBB, and RUFUS WEBB.

THOMAS DUNCAN is appointed overseer of a 2nd class road begining at the ford of BUCKS Ford near D. M. KELLYS and ending at the ford of Crooked Creek near DAVID STONECIPHERS.

M. STEPHENS adm. of S. C. HONNEYCUTT, dec’d, appeared in court and ask for 12 more month to settle the estate because of some litagaton in regards to the property of the said HONEYCUTT.   Granted.

P. 11
LEWIS POTTER is appointed overseer of a 2nd class road begining at the forks of the road between JNO GREENS and W. R. WILLIAMS and ending at the ford of Obeds River.  The following hands will work on the road: JAMES MELTON, JAMES POTTER, JENRY MELTON,  WM. MELTON, JNO POTTER, WAYNE
HAWN, SOLOMON POTTER, JACKSON HICKMAN, MERIDA BARNETT and all hands on JNO POTTERS farm.

P. 11 & 12
The will of DAVID KUHN Sr., dec’d, dated 2-7-1874 is contested by DAVID KUHN Jr. ,_______MAEGLIN and wife, N. MAEGLIN, ordered by the court that the matter be sent to the Circuit Court of Morgan County.  They are the children of said KUHN, dec’d, COOKE and TELLMAN Solictors.

July Term 1874
P. 13
ENOCH R. DUNCAN appeared in court and suggested that he be released from the libilities of an appernic? male child, a minor heir of JAMES M. BRIENT, entered into at a former term of this court.  Granted

P.14
It is ordered by the court that the child be , heir of JAMES M. BRIENT, be delivered to RUSSELL SCOTT Sr., who is the grandfather of the said child.

NANCY JANE HODGE is approve guardian of the minor heirs of JAMES K. GREEN, dec’d, she gave bond  of $250, JOHN HOWARD and M. D. HODGE security,

It is ordered by the court that RUSSELL SCOTT Sr guardian of HENRY BRIENT, minor of JAMES BRIENT be recinded on failure to give bond.

P. 15
A. R. LEWALLEN guardian of W. C. PETERS, a minor of LEANDER J. PETERS, dec’d, made settlement which was accepted .  The settlement shows that the said LEWALLEN has drawn from the government $166 since his last settlement.  LEWALLEN, renewed his bond.

P. 16
M. T. ADKINS attended his resignation as Notory Public. 8-3-1874.

P.17
GEORGE TAYLOR is appointed overseer of the old road from the top of the hill on the west side of Clear Creek to the Cumberland County line.  The following hands are to work on the road: All the hands on JACOB HARMONS farm, JAMES TAYLOR farm JOHN F. LEE farm, LEWIS POTTER farm, F. SHUBERT
farm, MARTIN SIMS.

W. A. WILLIAMS appeared in open court and suggested the death of JOHN WILLIAMS, leaving no will or testament, and W. R. WILLIAMS is appointed adm. of the estate.

LUCY COOPER guardian of MARGARET and DAVID ASHBY, minors of JOSEPH ASHBY is released of futher libilities as guardian, having paid the full amount of the distribing?? shares.

September Term 1874
P. 19 to 25
HENRY CHILES JP of the 1st district, JOHN HALL elected County Court Clerk, JOHN WILLIAMS Sheriff of the County, WM. B. CRENSHEW Register of Deeds, JOHN D. KRIES, Tax Collector.  MARTIN HALL Constable of the 4th district.

P. 27
Ordered by the court that J. D. JOYNER be allowed $50 office fees for the year 1874.

J. S. FRITTS adm. of the estate of C. S. FRANCIS made settlement which was accepted and ordered recorded.

JOHN W. LAYMANCE, Corner of Morgan County, appeared in open court and tended his resignation which was accepted.

P. 28
The lands of EDWARD PRINCE, dec’d were sold to JOHN M. DAVIS for $55, but the said purchaser has not paid the amount to me at this time . 9-7-1874 S. H. STAPLES

JOHN L. SCOTT is allowed the sum of $100 for making out the tax list for the year of 1874.

P. 29
S. H. STAPLES, Clerk of the Circuit Court presented the following bill. State vs SUSAN HALL   $50

E. M. BLEDSOE is constable of the 7th district.

P. 30
W. B. LANGLEY is constable of the 2nd district.

LINDSY COOPER granted license to practice law.

October Term 1874
p. 33
WILLIAM LOVE is appointed overseer of a 3rd class road begining at Liberty Church by JOHN WILLIAMS farm up the mountian to LOVES farm, to R. O. TAYLORS farm running to the old road by E. FAIRCHILDS and to intersect the Knoxville road at JAMES M. JONES.

P. 34
ANDREW R. LEWALLEN appointed overseer of a 3rd class road begining at the ford of White Oak at CARPENTERS mill place to JAMES S. STONE.

SAMUEL LONG appointed overseer if the Huntsville Road from the forks of the road at the top of Clear Fork hill to the county line near ISAAC RISDENS.  All the hand on JOHN BREWSTERS farm and DELANY TOMPKINS to work on road.

LAYTON GOUNY appointed overseer of a 3rd class road begining at the Clear Fork at the BREWSTER ford to the county line at WALTER LEWALLENS. All the hand at ANDREW YOUNGS, JOHN YOUNGS,  N.H. GUFFEE,  C.C. SCHEN and THOMAS STONECIPHER place to work on the road.

W. D. FRANCIS appointed overseer of a 2nd class road begining ath the corner of G. W. KIETHS fence by way of JOHN W. LAYMANCE mill to intersect the county road at the GERDING LANE.

D. J. GILDY appointed overseer of a 3rd class road begining at the ford of the Emory River at Montgomery to the top of the TRIPPLETT hill, west to the TRIPPLETT gap.

P. 35
AMOS YORK appointed overseer of a 3rd class road begining at the Wartburg/ Jamestown road near Mount Vernon Church, along the dividing ridge between Clear Fork and White Oak to the county line near DEMPSEY
MASSENFGALLS place.  T. C. GALLOWAYS, DENNIS HULLS, DANIEL JOYNERS, THOMAS BROWN AND DUDLEY JONES place and all hand within said bounds.

P. 36
JOHN W. LAYMANCE allowed $5 for holding the August election of 1874

S. H. STAPLES resigned as guardian of SAMUEL H. BYRD, minor of SAMUEL M. BYRD dec’d, .  The minor is place in charge of J.S. FRITT, Public Guardian of Morgan County.

December Term 1874
p. 37
MARTHA FRITTS formally MARTHA HONEYCUTT partitioned the court to be appointed guardian of the minor heirs of H. C. HONEYCUTT, dec’d, viz: VESTA ANN age 7, DAVID D. age 6, MARY age 5.   Granted.

P. 38
LYDA C. BAIL asked to be appointed as guradian of her own children, ELIZABETH and LINCOLN HENDERSON.  Granted.

WALTER CARROL an orphan of three years of age is apprenticed to ORVILLE EVERETT until 21 years of age in the occupation of farmer, he is to be given a common education in the common schools.

P. 40
SAMUEL F. SCOTT is granted the privilege of establishing a ferry across the river at or near Montgomery in Morgan County.  No other person is allowed to establish a ferry on said river, except for their own private
use.  Privilege to extend until 1-1-1876.  He shall keep open a safeway to and from the ferry for the use of footman and horseman and that he be allowed to charge the following: men on foot low water $0.05, men on
foot high water $0.10, got each passager, men on horseback, each man and horse $0.10, high water $0.20.

P. 41 He is not to carry person when the river is deemed, by him, to be dangerous.  He has until 1-1-1875 to establish a boat for the use of footman, and until 2-1-1875 to establish at boat for carrying horse.  He
is to have all the privileges granted other furyman(sic) by law.  He made a $200 bond.

 

WEAVER AND HALL FAMILIES OF LANCING

ARCHIE WEAVER (on right)
b-1/9/1896, 3/3/1963
Kubly Cemetery
Dennie Hickman (left)
Bob Scott’s old store on far left
ALICE HALL WEAVER
b-9/10/1899, d 5/2/1972
Kubly Cemetery
w/o Archie Weaver
d/o John S. Hall
* *
HOWARD WEAVER 
b-3/19/1932, d 3/26/1992
Kubly Cemetery
s/o of Archie & Stella Alice Hall
~ ~ ~
and
Timberline Hall
~
(Taken about 1931-32)
JOHN S. HALL
Barney Lee Hall, Jr., – left
J. R. Davis, – right
* *
AUNT’ LIZA HALL TONEY
Kubly Cemetery
w/o Julian Toney
ALEDA POTTER
&
JOYCE BOWLIN JACKS
* *
FAMILY RECORDS
Timothy Weaver, 12/10/1864, 2/23/1927
Martha Weaver, 4/6/1885, 1/22/1983
Julian Weaver–d, 6/24/1918 at 3 yrs, 7 months
Forstner Cemetery
*
GEORGE HALL
b- October 14, 1934
d -May 27, 1977son of
George Isaac Hall & Carrie Gertrude


Brother of Timberline Hall, Jessie Brummett, Iva Hall and Cherrie Hall


Photo courtesy of Anita Hall

Candie Lee Hall Hardwick
d/o Timberline Hall and Betty Bass Hall
d 1-7-2005
Interment in Forstner Cemetery
submitted by Anita Hall

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Courtsey of David Weaver

 

Solomon & Mary Elizabeth Hickman Potter’s home
This photo was taken in the fall of 1913, shortly after Solomon’s death.
From left to right:  Marion Jones (Mary’s nephew), Mary Elizabeth Hickman Potter,  Rosa Hawn, Emma Dora Potter and Huse Hickman.

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From left to right:  Bob and Becky (Becca) Potter Gorbett, Emma Dora Potter, Solomon Sedley Potter, Mary Elizabeth Hickman Potter, Benjamin Harrison Potter, MaryBelle Hawn, Martha Jane Potter Hawn and Jonathan Hawn.
This was taken at one of their homes in Morgan County.    Taken 2/15/1909

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Solomon Sedley Potter
and
Mary Elizabeth Hickman Potter
Taken in 1905

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Solomon & Mary Potter & Mary Belle & Clenise Hawn
This photo was taken in the early 1900’s.
Solomon & Mary are the grandparents of Mary Belle & Clenise (Pete) Hawn.


Luther Howard & Pete Hawn
Luther Howard is John Eli Howard’s son and Pete (Clenise) Hawn is the son of Jonathan and Martha Jane Potter Hawn
Jonathan Hawn
Emma Dora Potter and Benjamin Harrison Potter 
Photo was taken early 1900’s
Joseph M. (left) and John Eli Howard
Grandma & Grandpa Howard
Lawrence Jentry Howard (age 20
Mary Belle Hawn Howard (age 15)
This photo was taken in 1919 in Lancing, TN.
and  They were married March 30, 1919.
John Eli Howard 
and
Mary Jane Overstreet Howard
and family.
This was taken early 1900’s.
From left to right: Lawrence Jentry (far left), Lula (on
John’s lap), John, Verna, Luther (behind Verna), baby Ray, Mary Jane, and Lizzie (back right).Photos

Courtesy of Debbie Cummins

Hawns, Potters, Howards, Hambys

FRANK POTTER
1880-
Children of Frank Potter
&
Pearl Smith
~
left to right:
Ray, b: 1919, Cosby, b: 1915, Curmet, b: 1916 and Ruby, b: 1912
(Note quilt in back & on floor)
This is a post card photo
JOHN POTTER
1827, 1908
&
FRANKIE HAMBY POTTER
1832 – 1929
m:  1852c
FRANKIE HAMBY POTTERCourtesy
of
Jill Lazuka)
MINERVA HAWNCourtesy
of
Jill Lazuka)
SUSANNAH LANGLEY HOWARD

Courtesy of Glenna Mae Murphy Morgan

Hawns, Potters, and Howards

JOHN I. POTTER  &

ELIZA HOWARD POTTER

holding Gracie and Herbert

JOHN I. POTTER — b: 1875 – d: 1946 ELIZA HOWARD–b 1882 – d 1922 m: 1901
JOHN I. POTTER, 1875 – 1946 He was a minister and would ride his horse and carry his Bible in his saddle bag.  He died in the pulpit at Frankfort Church. GILBERT POTTER 1872 – 1931
HEB POTTER – 1862 – 1952 &

PARELIA HAWN POTTER with children

See obit at bottom of page..

JONCE POTTER – 1868 – 1960 ELIZA HAWN – 1878 -1954

m:  1889

WILLIAM MELTON – 1860 – ARTY POTTER – 1864 – 1965 m: 1889

POTTER, HEBBERT–‘UNCLE EBB’ POTTER--Hebbert (Ebb) Potter age 103 passed away early Wednesday morning at the home of his son Major Potter of Oneida.  Mr. Potter was probably Scott County’s oldest citizen and had been in ill health for about seven years.  He was a splendid citizen, a member of the Baptist church and had many friends in the community.  Besides his wife, Mrs. Perelda Potter he is survived by:  three sons and four daughters.  Henry and Walter Potter of Morgan county, Major Potter of Oneida, Millie Potter and Sarah Hawn of Morgan county, Mrs. N. D. Gorman (German) of Cincinnati, O., Lela Potter of Oneida.  Several grandchildren and great grandchildren.  Funeral service was held at the Hazel Valley Baptist church Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. with the Rev. John Riley Byrd officiating.  Burial in Reed cemetery, with West in charge.  (Scott County News 12 Jun 1953)


POTTER, PARILDA H.–Parilda Hawn Potter, age 80, passed away  at the home of her son, Major Potter of Oneida, Tenn.; Wednesday, March 21, 1956 after an illness of one week.  She was a member of the Baptist church.  She is survived by 1 son, Major Potter of Oneida, Tenn.; 2 daughters, Lila Potter of Oneida, Tenn., Mrs. N. D. German of Cincinnati, Ohio; 5 grandchildren, and 5 Great Grand Children.  Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. from the Hazel Valley Baptist Church, with the Rev. John Riley Byrd officiating.  Burial followed in the Hazel Valley Cemetery.  Arrangements by West Funeral Home.  (Scott County News 30 Mar 1956)

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Courtesy of Glenna Mae Hawn Murphy Morgan

THE HAWN FAMILY

JOHN HAWN 
BERTHA WEIDEMEN HAWN
Children: Belle, Clifford, Clentis
JOHN HAWN
d: 1961, Indiana
~
MYRTLE PURVIS HAWN
GEORGE W. HAWN
1852 – 1919
son of Nathaniel & Ica Chaney Hawn
~ ~
MARY CAROLINE POTTER HAWN
1853 – 1927
dau. of John Sr. & Frankie Hamby Potter
Parents of James & John–
JAMES H. HAWN
~
JEANIE E. FAIRFIELD
~
NORA F. HAWN
~
Taken September 1918 at Deer Lodge, Tennessee

Courtesy of Glenna Mae Hawn Murphy Morgan

TAYLOR, POTTER, HAWN  


VERNA TAYLOR, to be wife of LUTHER POTTER
DORA POTTER, to be wife of WILLIE TAYLOR
ROSA HAWN


Submitted by Homer Potter

JOHN I. POTTER AND ROE POTTER FAMILIES

John I. and Roe Potter were brothers and the sons of James K. and Jane Barnett Potter
Their wives were sisters, and the daughters of Samuel and Susan Langley Howard
~~
John I Potter married Eliza Endora Howard
Roe Potter married Artila (Tillie) Howard
~~
1. John I. Potter
2. Virgil Potter, son of John I. and Eliza, b 6 Oct 1911, d 28 Nov. 1998, m Josie Potter
3. Eliza Howard Potter
4. Edna,dau of John I and Eliza
5. Alva Potter, son of John and Eliza, b 1 Jan 1915, d 9 Jul 1998, m Wilva Melton
6. Roe Potter
7. Cloud Potter, son or Roe, d Tillie, b 10 Aug 1910, d 30 Sep 1972, m Velma Gilreath
8. Tillie Howard Potter
9. Belle Potter, dau of Roe and Tillie, b 22 June 1916, d 10 Mar 1936, m Clyde Williams
10. James L. Potter, son of Roe & Tillie, b 18 Oct 1904, d 29 June 1932, m Lillie Isa Hawn
11. Becky Potter, dau of Roe & Tillie, b 10 Nov 1907, m Ronald Aytes
12 Bunie Potter, dau of Roe & Tillie, m Sam Piercy
13. Lillie Potter, Dau of Roe by 1st marriage, never married
14. Flora Hawn, dau of Woodson Hawn and Nancy Elizabeth Potter Hawn, b 1898, d 1987,
m Samuel Howard
15 Clara Potter, dau of John I. and Eliza, b 15 Oct 1907, m 1st Loren Hawn, 2nd Earl Hawn

Courtesy of Glenna Mae Hawn Murphy Morgan