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Where Are The Sculptures Millie May? By Brea Robinson et al.
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Discover Caldwell County's beauty and history while helping Millie May find the missing sculptures.
Memories By Mary Denson & Merle Latham
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An autobiography of the Craig Twins. Katy Merle and Mary Pearl.
Memories By Mary Denson & Merle Latham
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An autobiography of the Craig Twins. Katy Merle and Mary Pearl.
DEAN & PENIX By Laura Lee Moncrief
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This book is a result of 30 years of personal research on Ellis Dean, Sr. (1760s-1818) of Scott County, Virginia with 4 generations of his known descendants including Andrew Dean (1793-1870s) and his... More > wife Margaret Penix. Included are 2 generations of the descendants of Joshua Penix (1760s-1827) who was one of the early settlers in Fort Boonesboro, Kentucky in 1777. There is also a brief Chapter on John Cathey (1710-1764) of Rowan County, North Carolina. John Cathey was the father of Ann Cathey who married Joshua Penix in 1784. There are over 50 pages of documents and photographs and a complete name index.< Less
DEAN & PENIX By Laura Lee Moncrief
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This book is a result of 30 years of personal research on Ellis Dean, Sr. (1760s-1818) of Scott County, Virginia with 4 generations of his known descendants including Andrew Dean (1793-1870s) and his... More > wife Margaret Penix. Included are 2 generations of the descendants of Joshua Penix (1760s-1827) who was one of the early settlers in Fort Boonesboro, Kentucky in 1777. There is also a brief Chapter on John Cathey (1710-1764) of Rowan County, North Carolina. John Cathey was the father of Ann Cathey who married Joshua Penix in 1784. There are 31 documents and photographs and a complete name index.< Less
KENTUCKY COUNTRYSIDES By Jennifer Lynn Scisco-Ison
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Pictures of the country in Fayette County and Scott County.
Kinnie Wagner Story By Pete Dykes
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On a beautiful spring afternoon of April 13, 1925, 5 officers converged on the Holston River bank in Kingsport, Tennessee, guns drawn and ready for action. They were there to arrest a youthful... More > fugutive named Kinnie Wagner, a native of nearby Scott County Virginia, now wanted by the law in Mississippi for allegedly shooting and killing a deputy sheriff. Thus began what may be one of the most well known stories of a southern gunman, his trial, escapes from jail and prison, and his eventual surrender in another state to a woman sheriff. This story, told in the vernacular of an old time Kingsport resident named Pug Potter, contains all the facts and reports of the shootings, the trial, escape, and later career. No southern library is complete without it! Hard back.< Less
Kinnie Wagner Story By Pete Dykes
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On a beautiful spring afternoon of April 13, 1925, 5 officers converged on the Holston River bank in Kingsport, Tennessee, guns drawn and ready for action. They were there to arrest a youthful... More > fugutive named Kinnie Wagner, a native of nearby Scott County Virginia, now wanted by the law in Mississippi for allegedly shooting and killing a deputy sheriff. Thus began what may be one of the most well known stories of a southern gunman, his trial, escapes from jail and prison, and his eventual surrender in another state to a woman sheriff. This story, told in the vernacular of an old time Kingsport resident named Pug Potter, contains all the facts and reports of the shootings, the trial, escape, and later career. No southern library is complete without it! Paper back.< Less
Descendants of Elizabeth Weems and Thomas Bailey of Greene Co., TN By Diana Muir
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Descended from Earls and the Kings of Scotland, Elizabeth Weems married Thomas Bailey of Londonderry, Ireland in 1780 in Orange County, North Carolina. From there, the family moved to Baileyton,... More > Tennessee with her parents and siblings; named after the brother of Thomas Bailey, Claudius. In the years that followed the family spread southward and westward to all the states across the nation. They fought in every war; the Revolution, War of 1812, Civil War, World War 1 and 2, Korean, and Vietnam. They soon forgot their beginnings in castles across the ocean and settled into such occupations as farmers, lawyers, accountants, doctors and teachers. Many of the Bailey men were also Freemasons. Data for living individuals may not be available for privacy reasons, and there may be duplication or omissions. For more information, stories, pictures and documentation please visit Ancestry.com and view the John Weems of Greene County, TN family tree.< Less
Descendants of George Wright Weems and Nancy Carter By Diana Muir
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From the castles of Wester Wemyss in Fifeshire, Scotland to the hills of eastern Tennessee, the Wemyss family made its imprint on the new nation in many ways. Their ancestors were Earls and Kings... More > of Scotland and in the Americas they became doctors, nurses, lawyers, accountants, teachers, farmers and soldiers. They fought in every war, the Revolution, War of the Regulators, War of1812, Civil War, Korean, Vietnam, WW1 and WW2. Cover photo - Wemyss Castle on the Firth of Forth in Wemyss, Scotland Rear Cover photo - 2 story cabin built in 1777 in Jonesborough, Tennesse, the oldest town in Tennessee.< Less

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