Photo probably taken
in the 1870's
Bell and his wife,
Matilda Catherine Hagy Bell
Date is assumed to
be around 1887.
steamboat on the Tennessee River
Smith, Jr. and wife Rebecca Matilda Crow
Taken in 1929 at the
Courthouse of McNairy County
Ann "Becky" Hurley married
William Washington Morse.
She was the dau. of John R. Hurley
and Martha Ann Arnold Hurley.
Ellen Hurley married John William
Thompson (J.W.T.) Derryberry. She
was the dau. of John R. Hurley and
Martha Ann Arnold Hurley.
Josephine "Josie" Hurley married
Burton Paysinger. She was the dau.
of John R. Hurley and Martha Ann
Louvenia "Ludie" Hurley, married
William Springer. She was the dau.
of John R. Hurley and Martha Ann
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Hurley (married
John Hamm). She was the dau. of
John R. Hurley and Martha Ann
Hurley and wife, Mary E. "Mollie"
Winford Sharp Hurley
(I'm assuming these
are their last 3 children; Lela, Birdie and
Washington Smith and second wife, Flora
Patterson Davis Smith. His first wife was
Sarah Harrison. Flora's first husband was Prior
Elizabeth Hurley, daughter of Archie Randolph
Hurley and wife, Georgia Eaker.
Prentiss Rad Smith and Victor Robison.
Rad Smith (1907-1935), son of Thomas Turner
Smith and wife, Mamie Cotton Prentiss married Vercie Elizabeth Hurley.
Turner Smith and wife Mamie Cotton Smith
and Bruce Davis (some of the children of Zachary
Pryor Davis and wife, Martha Cotton Davis)
Lyman and Pearl Smith (some of the children
of Thomas Turner Smith and wife, Mamie Cotton
of Gladys Rogers)
of John Randolph "Jack" Hurley
Martha Ann Arnold
Randolph "Jack" Hurley and wife, Martha Ann Arnold
Ann Arnold Hurley, wife of John Randolph Hurley.
Daughter of George W. Arnold and Nicy Unknown.
"Gebo" Ellen Eaker (1889-1975).
Lived her whole life
in Chewalla. Married Archie Randolph Hurley.
Daughter of Christopher Columbus "Lum" Eaker and
of John "Jack" Randolph Hurley and wife, Martha
Ann Arnold Hurley.
Standing in picture
are twins, G.W. and T.J. Hurley. Seated
(moustache) Johnnie Ira Hurley. Seated: Leander
Ladies Woodmen of the World at Chewalla, Tennessee.
Believe the next to
the last lady on the right is Elizabeth Alice
Barlow Hurley, wife of Leander "Lee" Hurley.
girl-Georgia Ellen Eaker "Gebo". (Children
of Christopher Columbus "Lum" Eaker and his
wife, Temperance "Tempie" Hendrix Eaker)
Jane Hurley, wife of Archibald Babe Hamm.
Nicy was the
daughter of John "Jack" Randolph Hurley and
wife, Martha Ann Arnold.
Hurley, Jr. Feb. 4, 1936
(Photo courtesy of
Jane Caldwell Auten Horn, wife of David Horn.
Born Jan. 15, 1822 in Tennessee, Died Sept.
8, 1893 in McNairy Co., TN
Horn, wife of John Horn
Horn, son of James F.
born about 1816 in
North Carolina, died between 1900-1901 in
Horn, son of James F. Horn and wife, Elizabeth
Born Sept. 23, 1814
in North Carolina, Died August 7, 1895 in Texas
Horn and wife, Laura
Frances Emmons. (both were
born in McNairy County)
(Buck) and Ed Eaker
courtesy of David Eaker)
Eaker, age about 25
years old (1877-1913). (Photo from David
Eaker). Dan was a son of Daniel Wesley
and wife, Martha
Moses Eaker (1872-1923)
and his wife, Willie Annie Parrish
Lowery (died 1950). Jake was the
son of Daniel Wesley Eaker and
Martha Ferrill. Willie's first
husband of Oscar Lowery. She
was raised by a family by the name of
White and went by White
instead of Parrish.
Lieutenant-General Nathan Bedford
At the beginning of the War, Forrest,
a citizen of Memphis, organized a cavalry force which he led at Fort
Donelson and Shiloh. In July, 1862, he captured a union garrison at
Murfreesboro. In 1864, he commanded the cavalry under Hood
in the Tennessee campaign. Many consider Forrest the
greatest Confederate cavalryman.
Randolph Hurley, son of Lee Hurley and Elizabeth
Alice Barlow. Archie married Georgia "Gebo" Eaker.
during the 1890's included:
W.C. ATKINS, W.E.
W.H. BAKER, John
B.W. CAFFEY, W.L.
A. CROW, B.B.
Ben DARBY, J.T.
J.M. EMMONS, J.W.
S.R. GIPSON, H.C.
G. GRANT, J.M.
J. HUGGINS., H.A.
J.L. JAMES, T.L.
C.M. JEANES, J.L.
J.N. JEANS, J.T.
J.W. LANNAN, J.W.
J.B. MAXEDON, H.A.
W.J. OLIVE, W.Y.
H.C. ROTEN, W.W.
Jane "Polly" Barnhill was born in McNairy County and died in Louisiana. b.
1832 d. 1928. The photo is a small tin type photo taken in 1840, about 3 years
after this technology was invented. She was the daughter of William Hodge
Barnhill and Sydney Hardwick.
Randolph Hurley and his
young wife, Georgia Ellen Eaker
Jackson Browder - Co. E 4th. TN infantry