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(1) David1 Trammel, son
Trammel and Elizabeth Sebastin, was born in 1793 at Va, and
married Lucinda Holt who was born in 1794 at Va.
+ 2 i Sally Elizabeth2 Trammell was born about 1835.
(2) Sally Elizabeth2
Trammell, (David1 Trammel) was born
about 1835 at Winfield, Campbell Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Joel
B. Chitwood, son of William Daniel Chitwood and Anna,
who was born in 1833 at Winfield, Campbell Co., Tennessee, USA. Joel B.
died in 1918 at Winfield, Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
This entire lineage of Chitwood comes from Scott Co.
Tennessee and Its Families. There is dispute with that lineage as far as I know. I have not done the work but would refer anyone researching to THIS SITE for more information.
This entire lineage of Chitwood comes from Scott Co. Tennessee and Its Families.
+ 3 i Elizabeth Ann Betty3 Chitwood was born in Oct 1851.
+ 4 ii Lucy Ann Chitwood was born in 1857.
5 iii Dauswell Chitwood was born in 1861 at Scott Co., Tn.
6 iv James Chitwood was born in 1863 at Scott Co., Tn.
7 v Andrew J. Chitwood was born in 1865 at Scott Co., Tn. Andrew J. died in 1900 at Scott Co., Tn.
8 vi Mary E. Chitwood was born in 1869 at Scott Co., Tn.
9 vii Isabelle Chitwood was born in 1870 at Scott Co., Tn.
10 viii John D. Chitwood was born in 1874 at Scott Co., Tn.
11 ix Laura Chitwood was born in 1876 at Scott Co., Tn.
12 x Flara Chitwood was born in 1876 at Scott Co., Tn.
13 xi Luvernia Chitwood was born in 1879 at Scott Co., Tn.
This entire lineage of Chitwood comes from Scott Co. Tennessee and Its Families. There is dispute with that lineage as far as I know. I have not done the work but would refer anyone researching to THIS SITE for more information.
(3) Elizabeth Ann Betty3 Chitwood, (Sally2 Trammell, David1 Trammel) was born in Oct 1851 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and on 9 Oct 1867 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, married Riley Phillips, son of Jehu Phillips and Rebecca Sexton, who was born in Jul 1843 at Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Elizabeth Ann Betty died in Apr 1940. Riley died in Mar 1910 at Huntsville, Scott Co., Tennessee and was buried at Phillips Cem, Huntsville, Tn.
Riley served in the Union Army, 1st Tennessee Mounted Infantry. Riley and Bettie operated a boarding house located about the location of the gazebo on the mall in Huntsville. My Great Grandfather.
Know ye, that Riley Phillips, Private of Captain Thomas Price, Company, (A) First Regiment of Tennessee Tennessee Infantry Volunteers who was controlled on the First day of June one thousand eight hundred and Sixty two to serve three years or during the war is herby Discharged from the service of the United States, this 4th day of June; 1865, at Nashville, Tennessee by reason of Expiration of Term of Service. No objection to his being re-enlisted is know to exist. Said Riley Phillips was born in Scott County in the State of Tennessee is Eighteen years of age, Five feet Six inches high, Fair complextion, blue eyes, light hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
Given at Nashville, Tenn, this sixth day of June, 1865.
14 i Nancy J.4 Phillips was born 27 May 1868 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Nancy J. died on 16 Nov 1886 at Knoxville, Knox Co., Tennessee, USA and was buried at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
This was my Great Aunt and it was said that she went crazy and spent time in a mental institution in Knoxville. It was later found that she had died of a brain tumor.
Letter from Lucky & Yoe, Succesors to Logan & Lucky, Attorneys at Law, Knoxville, Tn Nov, 19th 1886 Mr Riley Philips, Huntsville, Tenn.
I trust you have, before this, received safely the body of Nannie, your daughter.
I found on my return home, Wednesday enening, that it would be impossible to send by press as directed by your telegram, to Hellenwood, as it could not leave here until Thursday morning at 6:30 o'clock not connect with Con. Southern R. R. train; could not leave Chattanooga in all probability until Friday morning as the night train on that road does not stop at Hellenwood so we were in formal. I decided it was best to ship by Buckeye - on Knox. & Ohio Road & thence by wagon. Also we could not ship by Express.
15 ii James (Churndasher) Phillips was born in 1870 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Lucy Clark who was born in 1871. James (Churndasher) died in 1927 at Scott Co., Tn. Lucy died in 1938 at Scott Co., Tn.
Don,t have the last name only cemetary info. on grave stone in Phillips/Toomey Cemetary, Huntsville.
16 iii Elizabeth (Bettie) Phillips was born in 1874 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married John Toomey who was born 12 Jul 1861 at St. Lawrence Co., New York, USA. Elizabeth (Bettie) died in 1910 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. John died on 30 Nov 1949 at Helenwood, Scott Co., Tennessee.
This is the lady about who J.T. Baker wrote his book containing her notes from her diary between 1900 and 1907, it was his Grandmother. My mother's great Aunt, from who she was named.
This is J. T. Baker's Grandfather. He served in the Tennessee Senate, 66th General Assembly 1929 - 1931; representing Scott, Morgan, Campbell, Union, Claiborne, Hancock, and Graninger Counties. He was an active promoter and fund-raiser for creation of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
To the Voters of 3rd Senatorial District Go to the Republican Primary and Vote for John Toomey of Scott County
He stands for the immediated development of our tremendous water power resources.
He stands and has at all times stood for a square deal between capitol and labor.
He stands for economy in government of both county, state and nation.
He is not running on the demerits of any man.
His wide acquaintance over the state, well known qualities of honesty and integrity entitles him to the respect and confidence of all classes.
His age and wide experience in dealing with men is a sufficient guarantee that the third senatorial district will be represented faithfully and without prejudice.
Beware of campagin lies and false reports coming out on the heels of the election.
Election Thursday, aug. 2, 1928.
17 iv Joseph (Joe Tucker) Phillips was born in 1875 at Helenwood, Scott Co., Tennessee, and on 8 Oct 1905 at Tazewell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee, married Birdie Mae Stone, daughter of Thomas Wesley Stone and Harriet Lenora Hurt, who was born in Dec 1882 at Tennessee. Joseph (Joe Tucker) died in 1959 at Oneida, Scott Co., Tennessee and was buried in 1959 at Tazewell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee.
!This is the Authors Grandfather, who he knew well, as
he didn't die until 1959. Several things I remember about my Granddad Phillips
were his visits to my parents house in Tazewell, where he slept in the
guest bedroom in the four poster handmade cherry bed, made by my Uncle
Doug Wilson. Granddad was a very loving person and usually enjoyed a good
joke. He was a fisherman in his earilier years and liked going with my
father and uncle. He chewed tobacco and would keep a spit cup by the bed.
He enjoyed a good cigar on occasion and glad that my brother George remembered
to send him some, Havana, if I remember correctly. I remember an accident
he had once while staying with us and attempting to return to Scott County
on a bad winter day. He came back to the house with a cut on his head.
I remember his trips to Texas with my father, where he owned a farm, 360
acres. He had bought the farm along with Roberta Carr, Park A. Carr's wife
sometime maybe in the early 1900's. Mrs. Carr and her husband had owned
the farm since the late 1800's. It was located near Plainview, Texas. Just
before selling the farm, that my Granddad had bought along with my father
from Mrs. Carr, they had drilled for and struck a water well and had two
crops of cotton. They had drilled two wells, the first hit a pocket of
natural gas, which they capped and moved on to another section where the
water was struck. They got in the neighborhood of $80,000.00 for the farm
and retained about 1/8th the minieral rights. I have done extensive research
on the ownership of these rights and whether any drillings have been done.
There are two articles I wrote for the Claiborne County Historical Society
regarding my Granddad's exploits while an Agent with the ATF, Prohibition
Division of the Treasury Department. I believe the Winter 1992 Edition
and the Spring 1993. Many articles from the Lousville Courier and papers
in Memphis and Chicago are among the items in my possession. Among his
other accomplishments were his first job with the Cumberland Chronical,
1890's, his his serving in the Spanish American War, the Phillipians and
in China during the Boxer Rebellion. He returned and married my Grandmother,
had the first power and light company in Claiborne Co., the first motion
picture theater, was County Road Commissioner was Captain of the local
Volunteer malitia, was a U.S. Marshall, Pinkerton Agent and lastly Deputy
Chief Adminstrator over Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee for the U. S. Treasury
Department's Prohibition Service.
The Commercial Hotel that was owned and operated by Abner Hansard a cabinet maker, the fifth house was the only building facing Main Street on the next block. It was Graham's lumber house. Since that time it has been turned around and is now used as a store house by Joe Phillips. The sixth house, Buchanan Brothers large store building occupied the southwest corner of the third block. The tenth house stood on the site of the Shell Hotel and was a large brick store owned by J. L. Evans and Brother.
18 v Martha Phillips was born 12 Apr 1879 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married John R. Goad, son of Joshua Goad and Elizabeth Robbins, who was born in 1859 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Martha died on 7 Jul 1963 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. John R. died in 1933 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
She also married Joe Shoopman.
19 vi Victoria (Tora) Phillips was born 27 Apr 1880 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Albert Burice Norrod who was born 12 Jan 1876 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Victoria (Tora) died on 19 Jul 1972 at Washington, D.C., USA and was buried at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Albert Burice died on 2 Oct 1945.
This was my Great Aunt Tora who I knew very well. I visited her as often as possible while living in Washington during 1971 and 1972. I took her out to eat to Old Europe in Georgetown where we had Cordon Blu. I was at her funeral in Scott County, at the Presbyterian Church, the Baker Church as it is refered to.
20 vii Lydia (Lide) Phillips was born about 1885 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Lucius Marcellus Chapman.
21 viii William Q. Phillips was born 22 Feb 1888 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Frankie. William Q. died on 26 Aug 1944 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
22 ix Fred Phillips was born about 1890 at Scott Co., Virginia, USA, and married Bessie Skurlock.
23 x Maude Phillips was born about 1890 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and married Rufus Holmes who was born about 1890 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA.
Maude lived in Atlanta and he (Rufus) was a cotton brooker. Mom remembers going on a trip below Atlanta to look at a house with aluminum siding for selling at the machinery company. The family was supposed to be rather well off.
Refus contracted to build the jail in Huntsville.
24 xi John Crittenden Phillips was born 16 Mar 1892 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, and on 16 Apr 1910 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA, married Una V. Dawson, daughter of Joseph S. Dawson and Arminda climer, who was born 21 Mar 1894 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. John Crittenden died on 24 Feb 1970 at Scott Co., Tennessee, USA. Una V. died on 24 Feb 1970.
(4) Lucy Ann3 Chitwood, (Sally2 Trammell, David1 Trammel) was born in 1857 at Scott Co., Tn, and in 1876 at Scott Co., Tn, married John Carson, son of James Carson and Frankie Elvina Smith, who was born in 1854 at Scott Co., Tn. John died in 1921 at Scott Co., Tn.
25 i Henry4 Carson was born in 1878 at Scott Co., Tn, and married Nell Stanley who was born about 1880 at Scott Co., Tn. Henry died in 1961 at Scott Co., Tn.
He also married Arlena Chambers who was born about 1882 at Scott Co., Tn.
26 ii Margaret Carson was born in 1879 at Scott Co., Tn, and married Levi P. Burchfield who was born about 1885 at Scott Co., Tn. Margaret died in 1916 at Scott Co., Tn.
27 iii Bernettia Carson was born in 1881 at Scott Co., Tn, and married Edward Ziegler who was born about 1880 at Scott Co., Tn. Bernettia died in 1960 at Scott Co., Tn.
28 iv Abner Luther Carson was born in 1883 at Scott Co., Tn. Abner Luther died in 1884 at Scott Co., Tn.
29 v Elmer Carson was born in 1887 at Scott Co., Tn, and married Anna McKnight who was born about 1890 at Scott Co., Tn. Elmer died in 1969 at Scott Co., Tn.
30 vi Narah Carson was born in 1890 at Scott Co., Tn, and married Walter W. Price who was born about 1890 at Scott Co., Tn. Narah died in 1973 at Scott Co., Tn.
31 vii Oscar Carson was born in 1892 at Scott Co., Tn. Oscar died in 1947 at Scott Co., Tn.
32 viii Viola Carson was born in 1895 at Scott Co., Tn. Viola died in 1969 at Scott Co., Tn.
33 ix Leo Carson was born in 1897 at Scott Co., Tn. Leo died in 1968 at Scott Co., Tn.
34 x Elsie Carson was born in 1902 at Scott Co., Tn. Elsie died in 1984 at Scott Co., Tn.
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