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20 Dec 2000 (changes, additons, and corrections)
Added Schubert Funeral Home Records, Morgan Co., Wartburg, TN, Book II, 1958-1966; compiled by J. A. Cromwell, R. J. Ellis, & C. S. Posey; 2000; B & D Etc., 193 Phillips Flats Rd., Oneida, TN 37841; 196 pages with every name index. The book covers deaths and burials from Morgan, Scott, Fentress, and Roane Counties. Most records include Name, Status, Birth, Death, Place of Birth & Death, Mother, Father, Cemetery, and some additional information. Price $22.00 including tax, U.S. Mail shipping 3.25 for the first book and 1.25 for each additional book ordered. Books are also available at the Oneida Book & Gifts Shop, Oneida, TN and at Wartburg Oil, Wartburg, TN.
Added Jennings Funeral Home Records, Fentress Co., TN, Book I, 11-3-1957 thru 1-30-1972; compiled by R. J. Ellis & C. S. Posey; 2000; B & D Etc., 193 Phillips Flats Rd., Oneida, TN 37841; 232 pages plus every name index. The book covers deaths and burials from Fentress and Scott Counties as well as Clinton and Wayne Counties in KY. Funeral records cover from 21 Feb 1957 thru 19 Feb 1973. Beginning in May of 1967 survivors for the deceased are also listed. The book also includes records from the Jamestown Burial Fund Application dating from 1959 thru 1989. It's really two books combined into one. It lists the members of the household and ages. This part of the book is indexed by head of household and if any other surname is listed within the household. This book also includes the record of Alvin C. York and some of his family. Jennings Funeral Home, Jamestown, TN. Price $30.00 including tax, U.S. Mail shipping 3.25 for the first book and 1.25 for each additional book ordered. Books are also available at the Oneida Book & Gifts Shop, Oneida, TN and at Wartburg Oil, Wartburg, TN.
Added 43 obituaries
Added 4 tombstone pictures
Added R. M.
Brooks Store . . . A present day trip into the past
A local landmark, the R.M. Brooks General Store in Rugby, is the most recent addition from Morgan County to The National Register of Historic Places. The store has been the center of social interaction and commercial exchange for community members and visitors since its inception in the early 1930s by R. M. and Nettie Brooks.
Added Abstracts of Scott County
Marriages . . . From The Records Of The Scott County Historical Society
This article, as it appeared in the Independent Herald, simply listed the husband's name, the wife's name, and a marriage date (from 1854 through 1868). It is not clear if the marriage date is a bond date, a license date, or an actual marriage ceremony date. I have taken the list and merged the names and dates with other names and dates found on the Scott Co, TN Marriages page. I did this to provide a single location for finding information on marriages performed in Scott County.
Added Lenna Marr
A short biography for Lenna Marr Smith, who taught school in Scott County for 40 years.
Added The Early Days of
As with most towns in the late 1940s and early 1950s, there was a movement of businesses away from downtown to suburban areas. This could have resulted from the post-war suburban housing project "boom" and the inherent need of these families for groceries, gasoline, household items and clothing convenient to where they lived. This suburban movement in Oneida was toward Oak Grove. It was rarely referred to as a suburb, though, it has always been referred to as the "Oak Grove Section." This story focuses on the businesses that were in existence or built in Oak Grove in the 1940s and 1950s and how they have evolved.
Baptist Church, 1834 - 1996
It is difficult for most of us to envision 162 years of history let alone realize that one institution, one church, could endure all the pressures of a changing society to remain a cornerstone in the development of a community and a county which were to come into being long after its establishment. But such is the history of the Bethlehem Baptist Church, which was founded 15 years before the state issued a charter to create Scott County and a full 83 years before the emergence of the town of Oneida.
Jane Shoemaker: A Woman Before Her Time
Josie Jane Ellis was born July 6, 1894 to Sanders and Vadie Parker Ellis in the Black Creek community of Scott County. On October 18, 1918 she became a Shoemaker, marrying Walter Preston Shoemaker, also of the Black Creek area. They lived their entire lives raising their family and operating successful businesses in Scott County.
Added Rev. Roy
A short biography of the Reverend Roy Blevins who pastored 47 years at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Oneida.
Corrected the Campbell Co, TN Historical Society mailing address
Added a map with highlighting the locations of visitors to this website. I did this one for fun.
Added 1901 marriage certificate for William Hamblin and Nellie Chambers (courtesy of Becky Hamblin Perry)
Added 273 marriage dates covering 1854 through 1868 from the Abstracts of Scott County Marriages . . . From The Records Of The Scott County Historical Society (part I) from the 1993 v4n1 issue of the FNB Chronicle.
Added picture 23 from Lynne Nelson
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12 Nov 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Added Scott County, Tennessee Obituaries, 1934-1936; Paul W. Lemasters; 2000; Scott County Historical Society, Huntsville, TN; 138 pages with every name index; fourth in a series of obituary books made up of obituaries, death notices, and news accounts of Scott Countians which were printed in local and area newspapers.
Added A Genealogical History of the Low and Related Families of Scott County, Tennessee; Jeff Alexander; 2000; Scott County Historical Society, Huntsville, TN; 364 pages; covers the direct line descendants of Michael Low/Lowe as well as the related families of Adkins, Anderson, Bowling, Chambers, Cross, Lewallen, Massengale, Overton, Phillips, and Wilson.
Added Vol 1: West Union Association of United Baptist Churches: Obituaries from the minutes of 1947 through 1959; Carries Sue Posey and Timothy N. West; October 2000; Scott County Historical Society, Huntsville, TN; 116 pages with every name index; second in a series of obituary books that compile obituaries taken from the minutes of the annual meetings of the West Union Association of Baptist Churches (Vol 2, 1960-1975, was published Mar 2000). Entries are listed alphabetically by the name of the primary deceased individual discussed in the obituary. The comprehensive every-name index also lists derived surnames which is especially useful because maiden names are usually lost in marriage.
Added 107 obituaries
Added index to Summer 2000, Vol. 11, No. 4
Added index to Fall 2000, Vol. 12, No. 1
Added The Civil War
. . . On The Cumberland Plateau In Tennessee
Presents a rare glimpse of how America’s most bitter struggle touched the lives of those who resided in one of the most isolated areas of the country. This paper provides a study of the political, social, and military history of the Civil War in one part of this area, the Upper Cumberland Plateau, which comprises Scott, Morgan and Fentress counties.
Battle of Huntsville
A transcription of Col. William Clift's, Seventh Tennessee Infantry, report for the period 1 Jul through 31 Oct 1862.
Pemberton: 'unquenchable thirst for knowledge'
A biography of Haywood K. Pemberton, son of George Pemberton.
Updated this page to now show husband's name, wife's name, marriage bond date, marriage license issue date, marriage solemnization date, and divorce date. Many dates can be clicked to show an image of the original document from which the date is derived.
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9 Oct 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Fixed a number of broken links
Corrected Emanual Duncan's death date
Removed some queries where the email address no longer worked
Added Descendants of Matthias Chitwood; I. O. "Sonny" Chitwood; 1986; Gary and Brenda Chitwood, 161 Sharps Lane, Winfield, TN 37892, 423-569-8275; 556 pages with index, hardback. The book begins with a list of illustrations, followed by a page of acknowledgements, an introduction by Reuben Chitwood [cousin to Sonny Chitwood], a page explaining the numbering system used in the book, and then the text itself, which follows the descendants of Matthias Chitwood (b. England ca. 1681 and d. 1754 in Cumberland Co. (now Powhatan Co, VA)). He had six sons, and the genealogy follows five of those sons: Matthias Jr., William, John, James, and Richard. Touches numerous Scott County families and most of the Chitwoods found in this area and region.
Added transcription for the Hicks-Adkins Cemetery on Rock House (courtesy of Donna Woodward)
Added 59 headstone pictures
Added 100 obituaries
Diary of Amanda Lamb Dorman (1883-84)
This diary, written by Amanda Charlotte Lamb Dorman, begins on Thursday, 1 Feb 1883 and concludes on 2 Jun 1884. She was married to John Sylvester Dorman, whose nickname was "Vet."
Giant of the Hills: Martin Van Buren Bates
Martin Van Buren Bates was of normal size at birth, was the son of normal parents and his brothers and sisters were of average height and weight. Yet Martin Bates grew into a man seven feet and eleven inches tall, and for years his weight was 525 pounds. This is the story of this Civil War-era giant.
They Live In The House the
The house fit Capt. Martin Van Bates, of Kno, Ky., who built it toward the end of the 19th Century as a retreat for himself and his lady. This 1948 article from the Cincinnati Post discusses John Bauer and his family, after living for 16 years in a house built to accommodate the 19th Century’s most celebrated giants. They are tired of it and long for a normal-sized house. So they’re going to tear down the mansion to build one to their liking.
of Funerals From Cooper's Funeral Home
This list of names is from funeral notices taken from the records of Cooper’s Funeral Home in Oneida. The names come from records dated March 9,1932 to December 29,1937 (Vol. 1); from December 22, 1937 to September 4, 1942 (Vol. 2); and from January 7, 1948 to July 16, 1953 (Vol. 4).
County Heads of Household in 1850
Abstracted from the 1850 federal population census.
Removed or edited entries that were blatant queries (queries should be posted elsewhere)
Added link to Posting an Effective Query
Removed the surname index as it was causing confusion over queries posted on RootsWeb
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8 Sep 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Corrections and deletions
Corrected email addresses for those who submitted changes
Removed the Calendar of Genealogy and History Workshops page. The SCHS was the only thing listed and they haven't had a formal meeting in three years.
Removed the Museums with Historical Artifacts page. The Oneida Train Museum was the only thing listed and it never materialized. The SCHS Doisy House is listed with genealogical societies.
Added Martin Funeral Home Records, Book I, 1944-1949, compiled by R. J. Ellis & C. S. Posey.
Added Schubert Funeral Home Records, Morgan Co., Wartburg, TN, Book I, 1943-1957, Compiled by: J. A. Cromwell, R. J. Ellis, & C. S. Posey.
Added 3 death certificates
Added 38 headstone pictures
Added 92 obituaries
Added 30 Sep 2000 Duncan Family reunion
Added a current phone number and a web link to the Historic Rugby association cited at the end of the Historic Rugby . . . An 1880s-era Utopian Settlement with Close Ties to Neighboring Scott County article. The phone number changed due to area code changes.
Added picture of Leonard Jeffers to the Scott County Post Offices and Postmasters 1850-1984 article. He was the Huntsville Postmaster from Jan 1898 to Jan 1904. (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added corrections to the Acres Cemetery transcriptions appearing in the Tombstone Inscriptions from County Cemeteries article. (courtesy of Debi Kendrick)
Anniversary of New River Church
Presents an historical perspective of the New River Church from its origin in 1819 to the present.
Potter and Reason Voiles: Two Influential Leaders Who Guided
Growth of New River Baptist Church
A brief biography on Cliffor Potter and Reason Voiles, both of whom played significant roles in establishing the New River Church
The author denied permission to post an electronic version of The John Reed Family of Scott County, Tennessee that appears in the Summer 1995 (Vol 6, No 4)
Added index information for Fall 1991, Vol. 3, No. 1
Added index information for Fall 1992, Vol. 4, No. 1
Added index information for Spring 1993, Vol. 4, No. 3
Added index information for Fall 1993, Vol. 5, No. 1
Added index information for Spring 1995, Vol. 6, No. 3
Added index information for Fall 1995, Vol. 7, No. 1
Added index information for Summer 1996, Vol. 7, No. 4
Added index information for Fall 1997, Vol. 9, No. 1
Added index information for Winter 1998, Vol. 9, No. 2
in the Revolutionary War
Records and histories of soldiers from the War for Independence who lived or fought in the area of present day Tennessee
Added Civil War
Soldiers and Sailors System
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is the National Park Service's computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War. The initial focus of the CWSS is the Names Index Project, a project to enter names and other basic information from 5.4 million soldier records in the National Archives.
Added picture 20 from George Zepp
Added picture 21 from George Zepp
Added picture 22 from Teresa Newport
Changed the layout to make it easier for visitors to find what is available
Added picture of the New River community in 1895 (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of a New River House Party, circa 1900-1910 (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of "On the placid waters of the beautiful Brimstone, July 11, 1901. Miss Besse Buckwalter, Winchester, Ky." (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of 3 young ladies who attended Huntsville Academy (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of Gertrude Norcross and Flora Keen in New River as photographed by George W. Morgan, circa 1890s. (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of Leonard Jeffers, the Huntsville Postmaster from Jan 1898 to Jan 1904. (courtesy of George Zepp)
Added picture of the Keen Hotel in New River, circa 1900 (courtesy of George Zepp)
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16 Jul 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Funeral Home Records from West-Murley Funeral Home, Oneida, TN, Book I, December 22, 1964 thru November 12, 1970, transcribed by R. J. Ellis & C. S. Posey; 2000; B & D Etc., 193 Phillips Flats Rd., Oneida, TN 37841; 216 pages with index. The book contains 900 plus funeral records and on most records the information included is: Name, Status, Spouse, Residence, Ordered by, birth and death date, Occupation, Mother and Father, Funeral Date, Birthplace, Place of Death, Cemetery, and some other additonal information. The book has an every name index and covers not only Scott Co., but also Morgan Co., Fentress Co., Campbell Co., and McCreary Co., Ky. Price 22.00 including tax, U.S. Mail shipping 3.25 for the first book and 1.25 for each additional book in the same order. Check or money orders only. Books are also available at the Oneida Book and Gifts Shop, Oneida, TN.
Added 29 death certificates
Added 104 obituaries
Added transcription for the Wilhite Cemetery on Buffalo Road (courtesy of Debi Kendrick)
Added index information for Winter 1990, Vol. 1, No. 2
Added index information for Winter 1993, Vol. 4, No. 2
Added index information for Fall 1994, Vol. 6, No. 1
Added index information for Winter 1997, Vol. 8, No. 2
Added index information for Spring 1997, Vol. 8, No. 3
Baptist Church of Oneida, 1887-1993
History of the church taken from excerpts from a publication printed in 1987 celebrating the church's 100th anniversary with updates through 1993
One of Scott
County's Memorable Preachers
Reverend GEORGE CECIL, commonly known as Preacher GEORGE, was a self-educated minister who knew his Bible from "kiver to kiver." He preached it straight from the cuff, barring no punches. He had a brilliant mind, a remarkable memory, and a gift of oratory and eloquence unequaled among rural preachers in the county.
Love . . . For seventy years Tom & Cindy Jeffers shared a life
together 'across the river'
For 70 years, Tom and Cindy shared their life together. They, their children, and grandchildren lived a more modest life that most in their cabin "across the river" in Huntsville.
in early days far different from today
This vignette, written by Dr. FRANK THOMAS was a part of HOWARD BAKER’s and JOHN NETHERTON’s Big South Fork Country, a pictorial review of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, published by Rutledge Hill Press of Nashville in the fall of 1993.
Frank: A 30-Year Member of the Board
This small biography discusses Dr. FRANK CULLUM THOMAS, the son of Dr. MITCHELL THOMAS and ELLA BOSHEARS THOMAS.
Moons Ago . . .
An interesting discussion on the ancestors of Chief MARK LITTLE BEAR (Harold T. Marcum), a Cherokee Indian. Living in Winfield, he was born in 1911 and is the son of EMERSON (Running Bear) and SUSIE LAY MARCUM.
The American Indian
Gives praise to the American Indian and shows that without many of the agriculture, governing, and entertainment innovations, our European ancestors might still be on the other side of the Atlantic living dull lives.
you remember when . . .? Children of the '40s
OK, you baby boomers, aging hippies and middle-aged persons from hither and yon, this is our story. How many of these things do you remember?
Added email addresses for the Huntsville, Oneida, and Winfield libraries
Added pictures 18 and 19 from Claude Cheatham
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21 Jun 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Corrected various email addresses throughout (thanks to those who let me know)
Removed queries where email addresses were no longer valid (thanks to those who let me know)
Scott Co, TN The Way It Was
Pictures from Scott County's past. There is only one picture now but hoping others will contribute.
The Ramblin' Lays From Tennessee: A Family History; Clouis Eugene Lay; 1999; Scott County Historical Society, Huntsville, TN; 154 pages with index. Traces the Lays and related families through the lineage of John M. Lay (1790-1874) and a personal narrative history of the author relating his years growing up in Scott Co, his life in the military, and his life following his retirement from the Air Force. Mr. Lay provides an oral history section in which he has long conversations with his father and mother, the late George F. and Bertie Silcox Lay, concerning their farm life in Scott Co, their memories of those who came before them and how things were done in days gone by. The book also includes a 17-page pictorial section featuring more than 100 photographs of the Lays and related families.
Vol 2: West Union Association of United Baptist Churches: Obituaries from the minutes of 1960 through 1975; Carrie Sue Posey and Timothy N. West; 2000; Scott County Historical Society, Huntsville, TN; 272 pages with index. A compilation of obituaries taken from the minutes of the annual meetings of the West Union Association of Baptist Churches. Entries are listed alphabetically by the name of the primary deceased individual discussed in the obituary. The book has a comprehensive every-name index. The also index lists derived surnames which is especially useful where maiden names are usually lost in marriage.
Added American Battle Monuments Commission (A listing of those interred at the American military cemeteries overseas and those Missing in Action from World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam)
Added Find A Grave (The Find-a-Grave site used to be pretty much just for famous people. Now they've added 2.5 million "non-famous" people -- mostly burials at national cemeteries. The Knoxville National Cemetery contains several people from Scott Co, TN)
Added Acres Cemetery - near Salem United Baptist Church (from FNB Chronicle article)
Added Adkins Cemetery - Jellico Creek (from FNB Chronicle article)
Added Boyatt Family Graveyard - Crossroads (from FNB Chronicle article)
Added Cecil Cemetery - High Point (from FNB Chronicle article)
Added David Boyatt Cemetery - Crossroads (from FNB Chronicle article)
Added 8 death certificates
Added 71 obituaries
Historic Rugby . .
. An 1880s-era Utopian Settlement with Close Ties to Neighboring Scott
Nestled among tall pines and oaks just west of the Scott County line in Morgan County lies Historic Rugby, a British-founded village whose Utopian dream of a better life in America has never quite died.
Sisters: 100-plus Years in the Classroom
Three sisters were honored in a special ceremony at Robbins Elementary School on May 24, 1992 for their teaching careers — a combined total of more than 100 years, ranging from tenures in one-room school houses to being in charged of classrooms in huge consolidated schools. Those sisters are MAE STOREY, PEARL STOREY McCARTY and MAGGIE STOREY BARGER
Inscriptions from County Cemeteries
Transcriptions from the Acres Cemetery near Salem United Baptist Church, Adkins Cemetery on Jellico Creek, Boyatt Family Graveyard in Crossroads, David Boyatt Cemetery in Crossroads, and the Cecil Cemetery at High Point.
Added link to Scott Co, TN The Way It Was
Picture 8 identified: Maxine Martin Marrett. Born in the 1920s died Nov 1999 (thanks to Jennifer Stevens)
Added picture 17 from Becky
Effective 13 June 2000 all new queries will be posted on Rootsweb. Queries older than 13 Jun 2000 can be viewed at Scott Co, TN Queries Index. Newer queries can be viewed at the Rootsweb page. While Rootsweb doesn't provide the same detailed indexing you are used to on the Scott Co site, it will provide much faster posting (instantaneous). There is a search capability you can use but it won't be of use when trying to find derived names. I'm making this change because it takes too much of my time to format and index the queries which often times resulted in a 4 to 6 week delay from when you first requested the query and when it first appeared.
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13 May 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Added price list for books published by the Scott County Historical Society
Began to migrate death record pages to new format to five columns: death date, name, obituary (newspaper transcription), death certificate (image of original), and tombstone (picture of cemetery headstone). This will take several months to finish.
Added 10 death certificates
Added 1 tombstone picture
Added 19 obituaries
Added index information for Fall 1989, Vol.1, No. 1
Added index information for Spring 1990, Vol. 1, No. 3
Added index information for Summer 1990, Vol. 1, No. 4
Added index information for Fall 1990, Vol. 2, No. 1
Added index information for Winter 1991, Vol. 2, No. 2
Added index information for Spring 1991, Vol. 2, No. 3
Added index information for Summer 1997, Vol 8., No. 4
Added index information for Spring 2000, Vol. 11, No. 3
Chapter of Red Cross Celebrates 75th
A history of the Red Cross in Scott from its organization 75 years ago on 2 Feb 1918 where the first major campaign was a War Fund Drive to raise $3,000.
Added Early Days on
Paint Rock: An Oral History (Part III)
This is the third installment of an oral history by Letcher Sexton which was recorded by his sister Edrie Huff in January 1979. He recalls Paint Rock's early days and growing up at the turn of the 20th century.
Brief history of the First National Bank of Huntsville from its organization on 26 March 1909 until its closure in 1932 as victim of the Great Depression.
Corrected the URL for the Upper Cumberland Genealogical Association
Removed the search engine (but left on the Scott Co, TN Research Help page) because people were conducting poor searches. Visiting the research page would have answered most of those poor searches.
Added link to Civil War Campaign Atlas by the U.S. Military Academy
added death location for William Louis Coffey
added death location for Doyle Foster
added death location for Joe Edd Griffith
added death location for Denny Lee Washam
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15 Apr 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
High: A Proud Tradition
An historical perspective of Huntsville High School, from its establishment in 1908 to when this article was published in 1991.
Church Benefits Local Education by Establishment of Mossop Memorial
The Presbyterian Board of Missions established the Mossop Memorial School in 1909. This boarding school for girls was named in honor of Dr. HENRY BUTLER’s wife, whose maiden name was MOSSOP.
Huntsville Academy and Debating Society, 1851 - 1909
The Huntsville Academy and Debating Society was established in 1851 with DENNIS TRAMMEL, JOHN L. SMITH, ABSALEM CROSS, JAMES REED and CULBERTH WEBB designated as Trustees for the Academy. The Academy was housed in a one-room log building from 1851 to 1858 on plot number 40, just west of the present Scott County Jail on the Town of Huntsville’s initial plan.
Interesting Institution of Learning . . .
The Huntsville High School is an interesting institution of learning. Its graduates have gone into all walks of life, and most of them have made names for themselves in the various trades and professions. The forerunner of the Huntsville High School was the Huntsville Presbyterian Academy. It was a white frame two story building located on a knoll overlooking the town of Huntsville. This landmark, which held many pleasant memories for people throughout the county, was erected in 1884 and destroyed by fire in 1928.
Home! HHS Alumni 1921 - 1971
A list of those who made advanced reservations to attend the July 6, 1991 Huntsville High School Reunion. The list is subdivided by the year the alumni graduated starting with 1927 (no 1921-1926 alumni had signed up to attend at the time of this article).
High School Principles
A list of HHS principles from 1918 through 1971. Brief biographies and photos are provided for OSWELL S. SEXTON, OLA Q. BYRD, ARVIS G. BLAKLEY, and GEORGE H. SEXTON.
Added Louis Bryant -
a Visionary Scott Countian
The family of Louie Bryant played a major role in the development of northern Scott County in the last quarter - of the nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth century. This article provides a biographical sketch on this enterprising family.
Added Bryant House -
Most Unique in Scott County
In the year of 1905, a young man and his fiancée sat under a gum tree on a tract of land over in the area north of Oneida that later came to be called Roberta, to plan the location of their new home. The man was LOUIS E. BRYANT and the woman was Miss VIRGINIA LEE. The following article on The Bryant House was written by the late Scott County Historian Esther Sharp Sanderson and was first printed as a column in the Scott County News on 6 Nov 1964.
Days on Paint Rock: An Oral History (Part II)
This is the second installment of an oral history by Letcher Sexton which was recorded by his sister Edrie Huff in January 1979. He recalls Paint Rock's early days and growing up at the turn of the 20th century.
Miles Through the USSR
S. G. Silcox wrote this article of his 7,000 mile tour through the USSR. It begins at 18 Jul 1987 with, "On the first day of your Russian tour, you board your train at Helsinki Railroad Station at 1 p.m. After the border crossing and one hour difference in time, you will arrive in Leningrad at 9 p.m., local time. This is the first paragraph of instructions furnished by Intourist of USSR and Cosmos International Travel Agent."
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12 Mar 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
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6 Feb 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
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15 Jan 2000 (changes, additions, and corrections)
Added link to Tennessee Cemetery and Burial Site State Laws (courtesy of Billie McNamara). Provides Tennessee Code regarding preservation of and access to cemeteries within the State.
Added Solomon Strunk, Co. A, 1st E. TN National Guard (courtesy of Fred Gibson)
Added article titled Scott
County's 150th Anniversary
The FNB Chronicle joined forces with the Scott County Sesquicentennial Committee and the Scott County Historical Society present this 150th Birthday salute to Scott County. [This salute includes this article and the following 3 articles.]
Added article titled Oldest
County-wide Elected Official, Malvin C. Sexton: World War II Vet,
Added a link to the Strunk Family (courtesy of Sheila Strunk)
Added a link to the Chambers Family (courtesy of Sheila Strunk)
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