RYMER & LEE
Submitted by:  Peggy Ingram

Rymer, Jake Ervin, b. n.c. 3-24-1863, d. 9-18-1956 m. Margaret Amy (unknown) Rymer, b. n.c. 3-21-1848, d. bradley county 11-9-21
children:
  • minnie josephine, b. polk county 8-6-1886, d. bradley county 5-17-1959
  • john ernest, b. polk county 4-7-1891, d. 5-17-1944
Minnie Josephine Rymer m. James Franklin Lee, son of Sterling Lee and Maggie Battles. children of Minnie and James:
**Sterling Rose Lee was the son of Rev. William Carroll Lee a pioneer pastor of the First Baptist Church in Polk Co., TN. Wm C. Lee was the son of James Lee who died in a typhoid epidemic in his thirties. James was the son of Capt. Thomas Lee b. 1729 who was in the Militia and received a large land grand in Eastern Tennessee for his service in the Revolution.
  • flavius joseph, b. 7-18-1875 - founder pentacostal church, Lee University namesake
  • william lafayette, b. 2-18-1877, d. 1921 bradley county
  • alora cate, b 12-22-1878
  • lily louisy, b. 11-19-1880
  • mamie alice, b 2-27-1883
  • james franklin, b 4-15-1885, d. 8-1972, son of **Lee, Sterling Rose, d. 1-26-1920 Bradley County m 6-14-1874 maggie battles lee, d. 7-10-1909 bradley county m. minnie rymer
  • perlie, b. 8-22-1887, d. 9-10-1898
  • felix bryan, b. 12-8-1889
  • robert edmond, b. 11-23-1893, d. 5-8-1898
  • jerome 9-13-1896

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