I am trying to find any information o?n David Hasley b 1810 in Dickson Co., TN. He is my ggg-grandfather. His son John James was my gg- grandfather, his daughter was Cynthis Butler Hasley g-grandmother who married Larkin Theodore Hair g-grandfather. If anyone has any information please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any help you can give me will be greatly appricated. Thank you. Patricia (Pat) Hair Simpson
Archive for September, 2003
Rev. William Allen Turner opens his first letter by claiming kinship to all who claim kin with his great grandfather. He states that his great grandfather came to Tennessee in 1804 from Halifax County, VA. in the company of several families. Included in this colony were the families of Adams and Turners which were intermarried.
The following letter was written by Silas Tidwell to his son John Benton Tidwell at the close of the Civil War. It was in possession of a granddaughter of John Benton and Winnie (Richardson) Tidwell and daughter of Missour K. (Tidwell) Harlan. This granddaughter is 95 years old, still in good health and lives in Oklahoma in the year 1996.
This article, from an unknown publication, was found in a trunk.
“Whig Meeting”, (Nashville) Republican Banner, 24 Feb. 1847, p.2.
Names of Frank and Elizabeth Cline Steppee and their children and dates of their births and death.
George Southerland was born in Scotland, January 28, 1773. It is not know whether he came to America as a child or as an adult. Before 1800, he married a woman named Mary (last name unknown, born in 1762).
My grandfather, John Wesley Field, often told of a conversation he had as a youth. When he was small, his parents, Jesse A. M. and Susie Murrell Field, purchased and moved their family to what was known as “The Old Springer Place”. Shortly after they moved, Wesley was sitting on the fence in front of the house when a man walked by. They began a conversation. After a while, the older man asked the youth, “What's your name, Son?” My grandfather's reply was, “It used to be Field but I reckon it's Springer now.”
Kimbro-Field: A History of the Kimbro and Field Families of Middle Tennessee by Kenneth Kimbro, 1992, pages 103-104.
Geneva Lucille, the oldest child of Wesley and Eva Field, was born November 5, 1914. on November 18, 1935, she married James Edward Kimbro. They made their home in Dickson County until 1951, when they relocated in Davidson County. Today, Lucille lives in Goodlettsville, Sumner County, Tennessee, where she is an active member of Connell Memorial United Methodist Church.