Matches 151 to 156 of 156
|151||Tidbits||Tipton, Jacob (P165971989)
|152||Uncertain who she married and when she died. One possibility is that she married David Harden. The Carter Co., Marriage Book shows a Jane Collins married David Harden in 1869 when Jane was only 14. The place where marriage is solemize is blank or completely faded. The 1870 US Census shows Jane Collins with her parents and siblings living in Carter Co. The second possibility is she married Pinkney J Humphrey in 1881. A Jennie L Collins married Pinkney J Humphrey in Carter Co., in 1881. The 1900 census shows Pinkney J Humphrey and his wife Jane L Humphrey in Carter Co. The census show her birth date as Nov 1855, birthplace: Tenn, Race: White, Gender: Female, married for 19 years with 6 children, 4 living.||Collins, Jane Leah (P185158547)
|153||Whiskey, family, politics and an unfortunate murder. Drunken Sam kills his nephew, John Tipton @ Isaac Tipton's home (Sams SIL)||Tipton, John Franklin (P51258741)
|154||Whiskey, family, politics and an unfortunate murder. Drunken Sam kills his nephew, John Tipton @ Isaac Tipton's home (Sams SIL)||Burchfield, Samuel Pinkston Carson (P139623114)
|155||William Teague died of Typhoid Fever according to Federal Mortality Census.||TEAGUE, William (P47779265)
|156||Wm. Jack was shot by a man named Ferguson.|
source: Tenn Death Certificate and "We the Tiptons"
|Tipton, William Jackson (P139620321)
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