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151 DEATH: Obituary in the Chattanooga Times 18 Oct 1960 Lasley, Paralee (I1128)
152 DEATH: Obituary in the Chattanooga Times 25 Jan 1988 Whalen, Raymond Knox (I1045)
153 DEATH: Thelma drowned in a well in the back yard of her house on Lewis Street in Daisy when she was almost nine years old. Her mother had to look on and could do nothing to save her. People who live at that address today claim that her ghost still lives and walks around. Whalen, Thelma Lee (I1030)
154 Died at 15 years of age of typhoid fever. Henry, Windsor (I3206)
155 Died at 4 years of age of typhoid fever. Henry, Hobson (I3205)
156 Died from a heart attack. Randy was honored at his funeral for the workhe did as "Santa" for the T. C. Thompson's Children's Hospital inChattanooga. Brooks, Randall Lynn (I3341)
157 Died in Chicago from a fall. Henry, Preston Arthur (I3282)
158 Died in infancy. Holcomb, Son (I3265)
159 Died in infancy. Henry, Son (I3281)
160 Directions: Take Morrison Springs Road exit off of Corridor "J" Hwy # 27, East to Dayton Boulevard, approximately 1 mile. Turn left and travel 1.2 miles to Browntown Road, Turn left at Bi-Lo Supermarket. Go 1.8 miles on Browntown Road, turn left on Levi Road, Union Springs Baptist Church will be on right. After turning on Levi Road, at .3 miles road takes a sharp turn to the right. After the sharp right turn Cemetery will be on your left about .4 miles at Levi Cemetery Road. Please close any gates you open as you exit the Cemetery. Source (S33)
161 Ephraim Hixson Cemetery is located in Chattanooga, TN. The land for the cemetery was donated by Ephraim and Margaret Hixson. A sign on the cemetery says “Donated by the children of Ephraim & Margaret Hixson August 15, 1885. The WPA survey of Ephraim Hixson Cemetery done prior to 1939 contained several markers that are now missing or were eligible when this survey was done. Those markers have been added to this survey and so noted. From Highway 153, go north on Hixson Pike approximately one mile and turn left on Austin Road. Turn right on Old Hixson Pike. The cemetery is 3/10 of a mile on the right hand side of the road directly across from Hixson United Methodist Church. Surveyed by Dennis C. Wilson October 2001 Source (S73)
162 EVENT: Trip to Germany?
Name: John Straussberger
Arrival Date: 13 Aug 1948
Birth Year: abt 1907
Age: 41
Gender: Male
/Nationality: American
Port of Departure: Brussels, Belgium
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Airline: Pan American Airways

EVENT: Address: 2310 Chamberlain Ave, Chattanooga 
Straußberger, Johannes Friedrich (I6877)
163 Falling Water Presbyterian Church Cemetery is located near the city limits of Soddy-Daisy, TN. Going north on Highway 27, take the Chickamauga Dam/ Dayton Pike exit and turn left. Travel 2/10 of a mile and turn left on Old Dayton Pike. The cemetery lies on the left, 2/10 of a mile on Old Dayton Pike in a fenced area next to the church. Survey Completed June 27, 2001 Source (S35)
164 From her Widow's Pension Application, Pension Certificate Number292,798, for Sarah (Sallie) Penney: 19 August 1890. Her statement isthat she was married to Miles P. Penney on 20 August 1852 by Daniel S.Jones at "My Sister's" (?) Jeffeson Gann's Home. Another statement byElisha Gann (Sallie's first cousin), age 63, states that he waspersonally present when the rites of matrimony were solemnized betweenthem and an eyewitness to the ceremony. He was chosen and acted in thecapacity of one of the waiters of the occasion, and that they weremarried at Jefferson Gann's. Other statements by A. H. Levi and JacobBarnes, who were 55 and 75 years of age, state that Sallie has no meansof support through he daily labor, and that her husband Miles P. Penneywas no doubt accidentally drowned on 25 December 1877 while crossingClifts Mill Dam in a boat. Later statements in this file by John JosephPenney youngest son of Miles and Sallie Penney attests to the death ofhis mother on 27 January, 1910. Sallie also states that her husband's(MILES) first wife is dead.
Sallie died on 27 January 1910 and should be buried next to Miles atthe Presbyterian Cemetery, Soddy, Hamilton County, Tennessee, but thereis no marker. Evan Penney says that she is buried on the right ofChristopher Columbus Penney, again there is no marker.
Sallie's brother Russell Gann was married to Caroline M. Becknell, afull blooded Cherokee. 
Gann, Sarah (I2692)
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Roberts, Joyce Faye (I3192)
166 From the Pension Records of Andrew Jackson Penney: Pension #263756 firstapplication date 7/11/1885 -- Enlisted 2/25/1862, Barberville, KY (withbrother Isom Penney) in Company C, 5th Regiment, Tennessee VolunteerInfantry.
Wounded in the stomach and thigh 5/14/1864 at Buzzard's Roost, Reseca,Georgia. Hospitalized in Chattanooga for three weeks then Knoxville for5 months. Discharged for service ___________is buried at the familycemetery at Igou Ferry Road and Hixon Pike. This is on the land of hisparents, Thomas M. Penney and Malinda Gann.
Military Marker: Andrew J. Penney, Co. C. 5th. TN. Inf.
Andrew enlisted in the Union Army on Februday 25, 1862 at Harrison inCompany C of the Fifth Infantry. He was wounded at Resaca on May 14,1864, but stayed with the company until the end of the war. 
Penney, Andrew Jackson (I4075)
167 George W. Penney enlisted in the Union Army 2/25/1862 at HamiltonCounty, TN in Company C 5th Infantry Regiment, Tennessee VolunteersDischarged at Nashville, TN 4/14/1865, as a corporal

He is buried on the Thomas M. Penney & Malinda Gann home place onHixon Pike and Igou Ferry Road, Soddy, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Eightmore souls of this family are buried here. 
Penney, George Washington (I3503)
168 Groom: S W Jenkins Bride: Eliza Rose Bond Date: 21 Apr 1860 Bond #: 000077447 Marriage Date: XX XXX XXXX Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 ImageNum: 006904 County: Macon Record #: 01 006 Witness: R. C. Slagle (C Performed By: A. B. Welch, Justice of the Peace Family (F554)
169 Hamilton County Memorial Park is a modern, very well maintained cemetery. It is located in Soddy Daisy, Hamilton County, Tennessee on Dallas Hollow Road one block from its intersection with Hixson Pike. Surveyed by Jim Holcomb in February & March 2003. Source (S109)
170 Harold and Evelyn were married at Avondale Nazarene Church inChattanooga. Family (F1886)
171 Harold served in the United States Air Force, retiring after 11years. He served in the Korean War with the 632nd Aircraft Control andWarning Squadron and the 632nd Radar Squadron, S/SGT Harold Penney NCOIC.

Obituary for HaroldEugene Penney, Sr.
From: Chattanooga News FreePress (pg A 8)
Friday, October20, 1978
Harold Eugene Penney Dies At Age47; Air Force Vet
Harold Eugene Penney, Sr., 47, of No. 5 Walker Ave., Fort Oglethorpe,Georgia, died Thursday in a local hospital. Mr. Penney, a lifelongChattanooga area resident was a former employee with Swithchings Inc., inDetroit, Michigan. He was an 11 year veteran of the U. S. Air Force,serving during the Korean War. Mr. Penney was a member of the CalvaryNazarene Church and the Fidelity Lodge 558 F&AM.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Evelyn Eaves Penney; two daughters,Mrs. Deborah Ann Kinney of Lansing, Michigan, and Miss Sharon ReneePenney of Fort Oglethorpe. Three sons, Harold E. Penney, Jr., andKenneth Dale Penney both of Detroit, Michigan, and Michael DeWayne Penneyof Sterling Heights, Michigan; two grandchildren. Parents, Mr. and Mrs.James Edward Penney of Wetumpka, Alabama; sister Patricia Nation ofDallas, Texas. Five brothers, Troy Penney and Jack Penney both ofWetumpka, Alabama, Marvin Penney, Jim Penney and John Penney, all ofChattanooga; several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the South Crest Chapel ofLane Funeral Home with the Reverend J. Lake Gibson and the Reverend GlennSwagerty officiating. Interment will follow in the Hamilton MemorialGardens with Dick Hofer, Ledford Gibson, Jr., Calfin Ragan, Bed Walker,Tony Walker and Terry Penney serving as pallbearers. Graveside serviceswill be conducted by Fidelity Lodge 559 F&AM. Arrangements are by theSouth Crest Chapel, Rossville, Georgia, of Lane Funeral Home. 
Penney, Harold Eugene (I3927)
172 He lived in Leetcher County from at least 1920 until his death He was acoal miner and later operated a small store. As a young man he had brightred hair. Penney, Guy Raymond (I2718)
173 He lives in Huntsville, Alabama; US Army Retired. One of his twodaughters is named Penney. Francis, Ernest , Jr. (I3882)
174 He was an architect and designed the base of the Vulcan, Iron Man, Statuein Birmingham. Swafford, Joseph Hamilton (I3893)
175 Hensley Cemetery is located on Hensley Road in the Hixson area of Hamilton Co, Tn. . Take Daisy Dallas Rd north 2/10 mile from intersection with Hixson Pike. Turn right on Hensley Road. Cemetery is on left 2/10 mile down. Markers can not be seen from road. There is a chain link fence around the cemetery. You may access the driveway thru a sliding gate. Cemetery is fairly maintained. Source (S54)
176 Her Aunt Thelma took Anna in to live with her family until she was 14 months old.

Her ashes were scattered near the lighthouse at Point Loma, San Diego, CA 
Passmore, Anna Lee (I1016)
177 His last address was Granbury, Texas. Cotton, John (I3273)
178 His last address was Temple, Texas.His last address was Hammond, Louisana. Conner, Jacob (I3240)
179 I am guessing that Will Rogers died, because we know that SarahElizabeth married a man by the last name of Moore. I found a marriagerecord for Joseph Moore and Elizabeth Rogers of 3/31/1890. I believeBelle's siblings are from his marriage, but that is speculation. Penney, Sarah Elizabeth (I2694)
180 In 1881, family living at Penderyn Place, Aberdare. Family emigrated 1883 to USA, disembarking New York, May 28, and settling in Soddy, Tennessee. Evans, John (I2065)
181 In 1930 census, son John Flerl listed that his father was German and from Bremen Flerl, Joseph (I1647)
182 in possession of Nancye Hughes Wilson Chambers Source (S162)
183 J. J. Clift, farmer, and clerk in the Soddy Coal Company's store, was born May 28, 1838, in Hamilton County, where he now resides. He is the youngest of seven children born to William and Nancy A. (Brooks) Clift. William Clift was born December 5, 1795, in Greene County, Tenn., and came to Hamilton County about 1828. He organized the Seventh Tennessee Regiment, of which he was colonel, enlisted in the fall of 1861, and was a very warm supporter of the stars and stripes. Hearing that they were threatened by the Confederates, this regiment disbanded and fled to Kentucky. He was captured while returning from carrying some dispatches from Gen. Burnside to Gen. Rosecrans. He was taken to Atlanta, where he was retained in captivity about four mouths. He then made his escape in February, 1864, and reached home the same month. He was magistrate of his district eighteen years, and was also colonel of the State militia. He was greatly harassed by the Confederates during the late war, but to the last remained a stanch Union man. He was also a very fine business man, and when he died his effects were estimated to be worth $1,000,000. He died February 17, 1886, aged ninety. Mrs. Clift was born February 22, 1795, in East Tennessee; she died August 17, 1847. Our subject received a fair education in the common schools of Hamilton County, and finished at Sale Creek Academy. He married Miss Elizabeth L. Reveley, of Dayton, Tenn. Mrs. Clift was born February 12, 1843, and died February 12, 1870, leaving three children: Nancy A., W. Robert, and Elizabeth J., now attending the Female College, at Rogersville, Tenn. Mr. Clift and family are members of the Presbyterian Church. In politics Mr. Clift is a Democrat, casting his first presidential vote for John Bell. He was elected justice of the peace in 1876, and still holds that office. He has given universal satisfaction in the discharge of the duties of this office. He has been deacon of the church to which he belongs for the past eight years. Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" 1887 Clift, Joseph John (I2)
184 J. W. Clift, bookkeeper and manager of the Soddy Coal Company store since 1874, and one of the principal stockholders of the same, was born in 1828. He is a son of William and Nancy A. (Brooks) Clift, and was born and reared in Hamilton County. He was educated principally at the common schools, and attended two terms at Harrison Academy. In 1849 he married Miss McKenzie, a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth F. (Huston) McKenzie. Nine children were the fruits of this union, six of whom are living: Nancy E. (Mrs. Miles); William, bookkeeper for the Soddy Coal Company; Nina Wallace, Joseph W., Aldine, Wingenund (deceased), Bruce and James. Mr. Clift is of Scotch-Irish descent. In 1861 he enlisted in the war and served almost continuously until the final surrender. He was made captain of Company A, Thirty-sixth Tennessee Infantry, and upon the reorganization he came home for a short time. He enlisted shortly after in Capt. Starne's company, Fourth Tennessee Cavalry, and was promoted to a lieutenancy, and shortly thereafter detached and placed upon duty in the adjutant-general's department where he served until the close of the war. He was paroled at Meridian, Miss., May 13, 1865. Mr. Clift is actively engaged in several mining and manufacturing enterprises. He is one of the principal stockholders in the Soddy Coal Company, Walden's Ridge Coal Company, of Sale Creek, Tennessee, and in the Owita Coal Company, of Arkansas, and he is also connected with the rolling mill, at Chattanooga. The Soddy Coal Mines were first opened by a company of Welshmen from Ohio in 1867. Mr. Clift is a Democrat in politics, and he and wife are members of the Presbyterian Church. Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" 1887 Clift, Capt. James Warren (I18)
185 James and Nettie had one more child, a girl, who died when she was 11/2 to 2 years old by an accident. I'm not sure of the whole story, butI heard she got too close to a heater. Mr. uncle Marvin said her namewas Billie Jean. (from Debbi Kinney, 2007)

Obituary of JamesEdward Penney
From: ChattanoogaTimes (pg. B 2)
Tuesday, August24, 1993
Penney - James Edward, 86, of Wetumpka, Alabama, died Saturday in ahospital there. Survivors include his wife, Imogene Penney; four sons,Jack and James A. Penney, Wetumpka, Marvin and John Penney, Chattanooga;daughter, Patricia Busby, Dallas; brother, Ray Penney, Chattanooga;sister, Beulah Chappin, Lansing, Michigan; 14 grandchildren and 21great-children. Services were at 11 a.m. CDT Monday in the funeral homechapel with the Reverend Travis Connell officiating. Burial was inPineview Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Gassett Funeral Home,Wetumpka. 
Penney, James Edward (I3851)
186 James Henry and Ann McCoy were married December 15, 1815 in Rhea County,TN with Miller Francis serving as bondsman. Miller Francis was brotherof Judith Francis Henry, wife of Ezekiel Henry. Family (F1577)
187 James Henry was a witness in the State vs William Buckhannon April 26,1815 (Rhea County Tennessee Minute Docket C. 1813-1815). Tuesday July25, 1815 was appointed overseer of road from William Henry's to E.Henry's in room of Philip Paine. (Rhea County Minute Docket C Court ofPleas and Quarter Session, July 1813-July 1815, page 140) He went toBibb County, Alabama with his brothers about 1819 and is found in courtrecords there. Further research is needed. Henry, James (I3217)
188 John E. Lloyd, is a native of Wales, and came to America in the spring of 1860. He spent the first two years, after landing in this coun­try, in traveling quite extensively throughout the United States, prospect­ing for a company of mining capitalists at Philadelphia. He then set­tled at Dupont, Penn., as superintendent of mines belonging to Geo. Dupont & Co. He was with the Delaware Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company for three years as contractor. In 1872 and 1873 he was a member of the Tuscaloosa Mining and Transportation Company who were prospecting with a view to opening up some coal lands in Tuscaloosa County, Ala. He then moved to Rising Fawn, where he was engaged by a New York company, who were engaged in operating the Rising Fawn Iron Furnaces. He then came to Chattanooga and engaged in the real estate business. From here he went to Fort Payne, Ala., to open up the Beson Gap Coal Mines for a New York company, and this proved another failure. He afterward engaged in land surveying in DeKalb County, and moved from there to Soddy, where he has since remained. . He was superintendent of the mines of Dayton in 1882 and 1883 under John H. Furgason, after which he went to Texas and Arkansas to open up mines for Carson & Louis, of Weatherford, Tex. For the past two years he has been located at Soddy, where he has been looking after the ventilation of the mines owned by The Soddy Coal Company. In 1886 Mr. Lloyd was the Demo­cratic candidate for the Legislature from this Legislative district, cutting down the great majority by which the county is usually carried to 200. During the late war be commanded a company in Fitz John Porter's army corps. He engaged in all the battles and skirmishes in which his regiment took part up to the time of his separation from the army. He married Miss Annie Morgan in 1870. She was a native of Wales, and came to America, September, 1870. This union resulted in the birth of five children three of whom are living: Katie, Arthur, Emma, Eudora, Theophilus (deceased) and Elizabeth (deceased). Mr. Lloyd is a member of the Congregational Church as was also his wife. He bas been quite a successful geologist and practical miner, and has walked over every foot of the mineral lands of East Tennessee, North Carolina and Alabama. His father lived and died in Wales. He was a soldier in the Peninsular war, engaged in the battle of Waterloo, and ranked as colonel in the Brit­ish Army. He died when our subject was quite small.
Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee." 1887 
Lloyd, John E. (I2032)
189 Joseph died in late October of 1895, and is buried at Hall's Cemeteryat Gipsy, Bollinger County, Missouri. Almeda is buried to his left in anunmarked grave. His son Andrew Looney is buried next to him. There isalso an unmarked grave outlined with rocks. This is probably Andrew'swife, Ibb Ellen Kerr Looney.
Joseph served in the Civil War and fought for the Union. He was aPrivate in Company I, 2nd Infantry Regiment of the 2nd TennesseeVolunteers. Most of Company I enrolled at Sale Creek, Hamilton County,Tennessee and mustered n at Cumberland Ford, Kentucky, 28 February 1862.Muster out date not known. Muster rolls of the regiment are defective, alarge portion of them were captured along with the Regiment atRogersville on 6 November 1863. In his declaration for pension, madeJuly 12 1893, Joseph stated he was hurt by a wagon turning over while ona retreat from Cumberland Gap to the Ohio River when in service.Physical description was given as 5'11" with light complexion, light hairand blue eyes.
Almeda filed for and received a pension for Joseph's Civil Wayservice. On the pension application the mustering out date is listed as31 October 1864. Age 20 (which would make his birth date 1844) andother personal descriptions not of record. A very interesting medicalnote: Medical records show him treated July 25 to August 31, 1864 fortraumatic stricture of the urethra. Says when a boy was crushed abouthis privates in fall between two millstones. Surgery was performedincluding a circumcision and removal of a tumor.
According to Dessie Looney Perkins, her grandfather, Joseph Looney,left home at age 14. None of the children or grandchildren knew anythingabout the Looney family. 
Looney, Joseph Albert (I4215)
190 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Leeth, Kristy Lynn (I1398)
191 Lane is probably not her maiden name as she had a son Emmett Lane.

CENSUS: 1900 US Federal Census
Name: Mary Whalen Home in 1900: Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee Age: 35 Estimated birth year: 1865 Birthplace: Tennessee Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Wife Occupation: seamstress in woolen mill Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee; Roll: T623 1559; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 12. 
Blankenship, Mary Frances (I1055)
192 Living in Oklahoma. Stulce, James H. (I3289)
193 M. H. Clift., attorney, of the firm of Cooke, Clift & Cooke, is a native of Hamilton County, and the son of Col. William Clift, a native of Greene County, Tenn. The father was reared in Knox County, and came to Hamilton County about 1825, residing at Soddy until his death in 1866. He was colonel of the State militia many years, and during the war was colonel in the Federal Army. From 1848 to 1855 he was commissioner of improvement for the United States Government. The mother, Nancy (Brooks) Clift, was a native of Knox County, and died in this county in 1847. Our subject was reared and educated in Hamilton County, and at the commencement of hostilities enlisted in the Fourth Tennessee Confederate Cavalry. He was paroled at Columbus, Ga., being at that time on Debrill's staff. He was admitted to the bar just prior to the war, and at its termination came to Chattanooga and began practicing his profession in the firm of Wallace & Clift, where be remained one year. After practicing alone for a few months he became a member of the firm of Clift & McRee, then Clift & Bate, then Clift, Bate & Cooke, then Clift & Cooke, and finally, January 1, 1887, the firm of Cooke, Clift & Cooke was formed. Our subject is president of the Soddy Coal Company and Walden Ridge Coal Company, also director in the Mutual Gas Company and the Home Insurance Company. In 1867 be married Miss A. C. Cooke, who bore him two children; she died in 1876. In 1883 he married Miss Florence Parrott, of Cartersville, Ga., and to this union have been born two children, both living. Mr. Clift is a member of the Masonic fraternity and of the K. of P. Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" 1887

Date DEC. 4 1911
Newspaper TIMES 
Clift, Moses Haney (I1)
194 M. L. Jenkins, superintendent of the Soddy Coal Mines, was born in December, 1842, and is one of twelve children born to John and Ann (Lewis) Jenkins. The parents were both inhabitants of Wales. The father is still living, and is eighty years old. The mother died about 1855, while still quite young. Our subject received his education in the subscription schools of Wales. He began mining as a day laborer at the age of twelve, and by his own energy and ability has arisen to his pres­ent position. He came to America in 1868, and located first in Pennsyl­vania, where he remained three years, and then went to Mahanoy City. In 1872 he came to Soddy, where he has since remained. He married Miss Elenor Lloyd in Wales. She is the daughter of Evan and Cather­ine Lloyd. Mrs. Jenkins was born about 1850, and by her marriage became the mother of six children: Evan (deceased), Hester, Catherine, Maggie (deceased), Abram and John. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins are members of the Congregational Church. Mr. Jenkins is a. Republican in politics, a Master Mason, a K. of H. and a member of the I. O. O. F. "Goodspeed's History of East Tennessee, Hamilton County." 1887 1880 US Census, District 12, Hamilton Co., TN; Page 106. Jenkins, Morris Lewis (I1668)
195 Marriage license in Hamilton County, Tennessee shows William M Layman asthe groom. Family (F2075)
196 Marriage records do not exist from the time the county was formed in 1819through 1856. First year available is 1857. Marriages recorded from 1857through 1919 and from 1985 to present are now available for researchonline. Source (S137)
197 Mary Agnes converted to Judiasm before her marriage to Harry Sanders. Harry's father, who lived with them, was an Orthodox Jew so Mary Agnes had to be able to perform all of the Orthodox domestic rites. Miriam was her Hebrew name.

AKA Agnes Magdalene

Name: Mary Sanders SSN: 272-32-1190 Last Residence: 45237 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America Born: 25 Sep 1909 Died: 21 Nov 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Ohio (1952-1953 ) 
Jenkins, Agnes Magdalene (I1297)
198 MILITARY: Co C 5th Tenn Inf, Pvt C 33 years old, Jefferson Co., Tn, farmer

CENSUS: 1860 US Federal Census
Name: Wm Manning Age in 1860: 31 Birthplace: Tennessee Home in 1860: District 12, Hamilton, Tennessee Gender: Male, Post Office: Soddy Roll: M653_1253 Page: 95 Year: 1860

CENSUS: 1870 US Federal Census
Name: Willim Manning Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830 Age in 1870: 40 Home in 1870: District 11 Subdivision 43, Hamilton, Tennessee Post Office: Long Savannah Roll: M593_1532 Page: 611 Image: 317 Year: 1870

CENSUS: 1880 US Federal Census
Name: William MANNING Age: 50 Estimated birth year: <1830> Birthplace: Tennessee Occupation: Farmer Relationship to head-of-household: Self Home in 1880: District 12, Hamilton, Tennessee Marital status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Spouse's name: Georgie MANNING Father's birthplace: TN Mother's birthplace: TN Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: District 12, Hamilton, Tennessee; Roll: T9_1259; Family History Film: 1255259; Page: 103A; Enumeration District: 50; Image: . 
Manning, William John (I1117)
199 MILITARY: enlisted 20 April 1864 at Maryville, Tennessee
Company L, 3rd Tennessee Union Calvary
captured at Sulpher Trestle, Alabama on 25 Sept 1864
sent with 300 members of the 3rd to the Confederate prison, Castle Morgan, in Cahaba, Alabama
boarded the Sultana on 26 April 1865; the Sultana's boilers exploded at 1.00 a.m. on 27 April 1865
survived the disaster, but sustained a hernia
discharged 10 June 1865

MILITARY: Name: Samuel W. Jenkins
Company: L
Unit: 3 Tennessee Cavalry.
Rank - Discharge: Corporal
Allegiance: Union
Source Citation: Box: 392;Extraction: 8; Record: 327

BIOGRAPHY: On 18 Dec 1874, J. A. Thompson and wife N. A. Thompson sold Daniel E. Evans 100 acres of land on "Flat Branch" for $125. Witnessed by Samuel W. Jenkins. (Swain Co, NC Deed Book 1 page 307)

DEATH: Obituary Name JENKINS, SAMUEL W. (DR.) Date JAN. 20 1933 Newspaper TIMES
Dr S. W. Jenkins Dies At Bakewell
Union Veteran Fought With Tennessee Regiment
Was Medical Examiner
Dr Samuel W. Jenkins, 84, died at his home in Bakewell yesterday morning after a long illness.
Dr Jenkins was born March 19, 1848 and was a Union veteran of the War Between the States , being a member of Company L, Third Tennesse regiment. He served for more than three years and was one of the 2,120 soldiers on the boat Sultan when it was destroyed during the war on the Mississippi river.
Dr Jenkins was captured at Sulphur Trussel, Ala., and was in prison for six months at Andersonville. He helped to build the pontoon bridge across the Tennessee river here during the war and was also in the Battle of Orchard Knob. He was a practicing physician for more than sixty years and was pension examiner for the Southern railroad under Dr George Baxter and Dr W. A. Applegate of Chattanooga.
Dr Jenkins had lived in the section of Soddy and Bakewell for more than fifty years and was a charter member of the Masonic lodge of Soddy.
Dr Jenkins is survived by seven sons, E. A., S. W. Jr. And William, all of Soddy; Arthur of Emory Gap, Tenn. and John, Eddie and Theodore Jenkins of Bakewell; nine daughters, Mrs T. J. Welch, Red Bank; Mrs Elizabeth Woods, Toledo, Ohio; Miss Grace Jenkins, Chattanooga; Mrs Harry Sanders, Chattanooga; Mrs Walter Constigan, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs Jessie Ledford and Misses Glenna and Sallie Maude Jenkins, all of Bakewell; and Mrs Crystal Minnis of North Carolina; also a large number of grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Congregational church at Soddy, with the Reverend A. L. DeJarnette in charge, assisted by Reverend W. O. Peeples. Interment with be in Varner cemetery, with Hallett's in charge. The Masonic order will have charge of the services at the grave. 
Jenkins, Dr Samuel Washington (I984)
200 MILITARY: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: William Henry Hallett City: Not Stated County: Hamilton State: Tennessee Birthplace: Tennessee;United States of America Birth Date: 22 Nov 1888 Race: Caucasian Roll: 1852988 DraftBoard: 1

West Ellis Hospital, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee 
Hallett, William Henry (I1176)

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