TERRY FAMILY HISTORIAN


VOLUME 04                SEPTEMBER 1985             NUMBER 03


Covering the Terry-Tory..................................... Page 103

Terry Family Record J. C. Terry............................. Page 104
J. C. Terry of Chattanooga, TN.............................. Page 105
Obituary of J. C. Terry..................................... Page 106
Obituary of James Earl (Jack) Terry......................... Page 107
Obituary of Temple F. Terry................................. Page 107
Obituary of Isaac Terry..................................... Page 108
Exchange Advertising........................................ Page 108
1860 Scott County TN Census................................. Page 109
The Terrys of Scott County TN by George A. Terry............ Page 110
1985 Members and Fiends of the TFH.......................... Page 138
Queries..................................................... Page 144
Terry Line of Robert L. Stockton............................ Page 145
Terry Line of Dennis R. Terry............................... Page 145
Terry Line of Daniel E. Terry............................... Page 148
Terry Line of Margie (Stewart) George....................... Page 149
Terry Line of Arnold Clifford Funderburk.................... Page 151
Terry Line of Louise (Pullen) Niedermaier................... Page 152
                   COVERING THE TERRY-TORY
                     by Robert W. Terry
                     4900 Springfield Rd
                    Cincinnati, OH 45247
     Although I am a Hoosier (Indiana native) by birth and
previous residence, I have become quite fond of my present
Buckeye State and in recent years have become fascinated by
our neighbor to the south -- Kentucky.
     In chasing my ancestors, I learned that they were among
the early settlers of the Bluegrass State and have made a few
jaunts to the general area in which they located. Had I known
more about the ancestors, I could have done research when one
of my daughters spent four years at Morehead State Univer-
sity, a couple of counties away from ancestor's location.
     Last year, I located the Kentucky historical marker for
Strode's Station, just outside Winchester, Ky. Records say
that a brother of my great, great grandfather was at the
station during an Indian attack in 1781, and that instead of
hunting and trapping game for food, he traded for them by
fashioning household utensils of wood, such as trays,
trenchers, bowls.
     Winchester, Ky. hosts the Daniel Boone Pioneer Festival
each year on the Labor Day weekend and their tourists'
brochure lists many attractions in Clark County, of which
Winchester is the county seat. (The brochure doesn't tell
that it was chosen county seat over Strode's Station -- by a
SINGLE VOTE).
     The brochure lists an old stone church between
Winchester and Boonesborough State Park and says that Daniel
Boone and his family once worshiped there.
     I figured that if Daniel and his family attended that
church, riding or walking six miles or more, perhaps my
ancestors in or near Strode's Station walked about the same
distance to the church.
     So, my wife and I drove to Winchester in July and looked
up the old church, located on Old Stone Church Road, about
six or seven miles south of Winchester off Kentucky 627. It
is nearly equidistant from Boonesborough and Winchester.
     After some incorrect directions, we found the church,
down an isolated road, narrowing to one lane as we descended
a steep hill. I was prepared for ruins similar to those of
Rome and Athens but found the basic building strong and
sturdy, with a new front door, concrete block addition, and
installation of sewerage facilities in progress. I learned
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later that it serves a black congregation today and silently
commended them for preserving the house of worship.
     A few gravestones noticeable in the weeds were of people
who lived in this century, not 200 years ago. I didn't risk a
closer inspection, for I can get chiggers by walking across
anything green, even a pool table.
     We didn't learn whether early Terrys worshiped at the
old stone church, so the possibility still exists.
     We were told later that there is a beautiful waterfall
just a short distance below the church. Had we known, we
might have looked for it. Instead, we started back up the
one-lane hill, only to meet a pickup truck coming the other
way.
     I haven't backed a car for a quarter-mile since the days
of the Model T Ford, when backing up a hill was standard
procedure, if the hill was steep. Aware of the absence of
guard rail, I hugged the hill side of the road and finally
found a place to back off and allow the pickup to get by. The
driver waved and grinned, and I could imagine his comments
about flatland tourists.
     The trip was not a triumph in family tree searching, but
the lack of success insures a return trip to Kentucky, maybe
many more.
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     These [following articles] were sent to me by a
relative.  As it turns out, these people mentioned here are
not related to us --but I hate to throw the info out. Perhaps
you have some readers who would find this interesting. Susan
T.  Blevins, 510 Woodview Dr., Exton PA 19341.
                     TERRY FAMILY RECORD
BIRTHS                                  YEAR
[1]  TERRY, J. C.                       May 11, 1836
[2]  CASSADY, Mollie                    Feb  7, 1851
[3]  TERRY, BERTIE                      Oct  8, 1872
[4]  TERRY, JAMES                       Mar  2, 1874
[5]  TERRY, ESSIE                       Jan  9, 1876
[6]  TERRY, JOHN                        Sep 23, 1877
[7]  TERRY, CHARLES                     Nov  4, 1879
[8]  TERRY, OLONZO                      Dec 10, 1883
[9]  TERRY, MATTIE                      Oct 25, 1885
[10] TERRY, ELEMIEL                     Nov 22, 1887
[11] TERRY, ERNEST                      Apr  7, 1890
[12] TERRY, NORA                        Oct  3, 1892
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[13] TERRY, ARTHUR                      Feb  1, 1895
[14] TERRY, MAUD                        Jul 26, 1898
[15] TERRY, ETTA                        Nov  4, 1879
     J.  C. Terry of North Carolina and Mary J. Cassady were
     married December 17, 1871 by Rev. J. W. Cole.
     Mrs. J. C. Terry died June 24, 1931.
     Mr. J. C. Terry died 1935.
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Notes:
[The line numbers were added by the editor for clarity.]
These notes were scribbled in pencil and the rest were typed.
After line 15--"Etta was between John & Charles."
Beside line 1 and 2--"Grate Grate Grandparents"
Beside line 4--"Dales' Gratte Grand Father"
Above J. C. line 1--"Jack"
Above May 11, 1836 line 1--"on Tombstone 1840"
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               VETERAN, 97, DELIVERED PRODUCTS
                FROM RIVER BOATS 70 YEARS AGO
      J. C. Terry, 97, who lives at 1301 Fagan street,
remembers driving a six-horse wagon from the Tennessee river
wharf back and forth to Georgia towns distributing goods from
river boats more than seventy years ago.
     Mr. Terry has been a resident of Chattanooga for the
past two years, coming from Sweetwater, Tenn.
      Mr. Terry's recollections of Chattanooga date back as
early as 1855, when he lived in Sweetwater on a farm owned
and operated by his father. He was employed to drive a wagon
drawn by six horses and he delivered foodstuffs shipped into
Chattanooga by water which was dispensed in Georgia. The
produce business was operated by a man named Brooks.
      There were no streets to speak of when Mr. Terry first
began his work in Chattanooga, which he continued for three
years. What is now Market street was but a series of mud
holes and one crossed from one side to the other on stepping
stones.  There was a small group of houses in the section
near the river and only a short distance away farm houses
were seen in all directions. Mr. Terry particularly recalls a
large spring on what is now Ninth street, near where the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railway station is now
located, and a pond near where the Southern railway building
now stands.
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     Mr. Terry was a farmer in the Sweetwater section until
four years ago, when he retired. He lives with three of his
children, Charles, Essie and Nora Terry, who are part of the
family of thirteen children. Mrs. Terry died two years ago.
     The parents of Mr. Terry were originally from North
Carolina, where he was born. His grandparents on both his
mother's and father's sides were born in Scotland and came to
the United States in 1772. School facilities were almost
nonexistent in Mr. Terry's boyhood and what education he
received he has gotten alone, except for a short time in
North Carolina where he walked five miles to reach a teacher.
His parents removed to Tennessee in 1866.
      Mr. Terry is a veteran of the War Between the States.
He was captain of a wagon train from Feb. 9, 1861 to June,
1864, when the outfit was disbanded. Most of his war service
was in the east. In July, 1864 he volunteered as a private at
Raleigh, N. C., and later did provost duty in Richmond, Va.,
under Gen. Robert E. Lee.
      Mr. Terry is well and strong, apparently, and his mind
is alert and keen to matters of the day. Although he speaks
of his lack of educational facilities, this deficiency, if it
be a deficiency, is not noticeable in that his courteous and
kindly manner and his bearing give him the indelible stamp of
a southern gentleman.
Source: Chattanooga Times. Date @1933 as wife died 1931.
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                      J. C. TERRY DIES
                       IN CHATANOOGA
      J. C. Terry, 99, of Sweetwater, a Confederate veteran
died Saturday morning at a Chattanooga hospital.
      A former Chattanoogan, Mr. Terry was there visiting his
sons and daughters when stricken.
      During the war he was a captain of a wagon train from
Feb 9, 1861, to June, 1864, when the outfit was disbanded.
In July, 1864, he enlisted as a private at Raleigh, N.C. and
later did provost duty at Richmond, Va., under Gen. Robert E.
Lee.
      He was a farmer in Sweetwater section until about seven
years ago.
      He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. C. A. Turner of
Harriman; Mrs. U. S. Beard, of Sweetwater; Mrs. Arthur Gould,
of Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Fred Bright, of Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs.
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C. C. Thompson and Mrs. William Lemons of Chattanooga; seven
sons, C. L.  of Chattanooga; J. B. and Arthur, of Sweetwater;
A. C. of Rockymonut, Va; E. B. of Washington, D. C.; John of
Omaha, Neb. and L. C. of Knoxville.
      Mr. Terry had for the past thirty years been a member
of Sweetwater, Methodist Episcopal church, south, where
funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon
the Rev. J. L. Chaney and the Rev. Mr. Bales officiating.
Interment was in Fender's cemetery.
      Pall bearers were Clifford Turner, Deloy Turner, Jesse
Terry, Homer Hartsell, Earl Hartsell and Paul Lemons.
     Source: Chattanooga News-Sentinel? July 3, 1935. Note:
Handwriting has Jesse Terry underlined and "This was his
Grand Son."
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James Earl (Jack) Terry
     Funeral for James Earl (Jack) Terry, 66, of Jacksonville
will be at 2 p. m. Thursday in Renfro Memorial Chapel with
Rev. Edwin Crank officiating.
     Burial will be in Concord Cemetery under direction of
direction of Boren-Conner Funeral Home.
     Mr. Terry died Tuesday in a Waco hospital after an
extended illness. He had lived in Jacksonville all of his
life, was a retired service station owner, was a Baptist, and
a veteran of World War II. He is survived by a son, James
Earl Terry Jr. of Abbieville, La.; three sisters, Jessie Lee
Crider of Jacksonville, and Louise Yancey and Willie Mae
McGee, both of New Summerfield; one grandson; and several
nieces and nephews.
     Pallbearers will be Terry Ray Yancey, Wilmer Byers, R.
B. Robertson, Robert Ivy, R. T. Stewart and Jack Barnard.
Source: Jacksonville (TX) Daily Progress 5-22-85. Submitted
by Marleta Childs, Box 93125, Lubbock TX 79493.
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Temple F. Terry
     Temple F. Terry  Survived by wife, Mandy Terry, sons,
Gene Paul Terry, Ray Don Matthews, Billy W. Matthews, 8
grandchildren, one great grandchild. Services, 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, LAUREL LAND MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Dr. Steve Leatherwood
officiating.  Interment, Laurel Land Memorial Park. Deacons
and members of the Cockrell Hill Baptist Church will be
pallbearers. He was a retired employee of Dallas Power &
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Light Co. "Dallas Morning News", 15 Jan 1985. Submitted by
Marleta Childs, Box 93125, Lubbock TX 79493.
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Isaac Terry
     TERRY, ISAAC -- age 78, of Kingston died Saturday, June
1, 1985. Member of Union Lodge No. 38 F&AM. Retired from Long
Island Railroad after 33 years as an engineman. Working out
of Port Jefferson Station, Long Island, N.Y. Survivors: wife,
Mrs. Lillian Terry; sons, Robert Terry, Minneapolis, Mn.,
David Terry, Vandalia, Ohio; brother, Fred Terry, New York;
sister, Nan Carnes, Kingston; three grandchildren. The body
is at Kyker Funeral Home, Kingston, where the family will
receive friends 7-8:30 p.m. Sunday. Masonic Memorial service
8:30 p.m. Sunday Kyker Chapel. Funeral Service 3:30 p.m.
Monday Kyker Chapel, Rev. Prince Harmon officiating.
Submitted by Gene Fricks, 26 Windmill dr., Clementon NJ
08021.
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             1860 SCOTT COUNTY TENNESSEE CENSUS
              Submitted by Gene & Dottie Fricks
            26 Windmill Drive, Clementon NJ 08021
TERRY, EDMOND       30   M    TN   FARMER    $200  $200
       BETTY A.     24   F    TN
       EMELY        05   F    TN
       WILLIAM E.   03   M    TN
       ROSANIA      02   F    TN
       RACHEAL M.  4/12  F    TN
Ref: 189/166
TERRY, ELIGAH       69   M    TN   FARMER    $500  $510
       SARRAH       46   F    TN
       HELEN        24   F    TN
       NAOMAH       23   F    TN
       EMELY J.     21   F    TN
       EASTER       19   F    TN
       SEREPTA      15   F    TN
TERRY, MARION       13   F    TN
Ref: 8th Dist. 268/246
TERRY, CALVIN       24   M    TN   FARMER    ---   $100
       RUTH         22   F    KY
       EMELY        03   F    TN
CRABTREE, ELISHA    10   M    TN
Ref: 269/247
TERRY, ELIGAH       20   M    TN   FARMER    ---   $200
       FLORINDA     22   F    TN
       HELEN E.    4/12  F    TN
Ref: 270/247
TERRY, JAMES        40   M    TN   FARMER    $200  $550
       POLLY        37   F    TN
       MARTAIN      18   M    TN
       LOUCINDA     12   F    TN
       JOHN         10   M    TN
       NANCY        08   F    TN
       NIRENA       05   F    TN
       MARY E.     6/12  F    TN
Ref: 315/290
TERRY, MARTAIN      37   M    TN   FARMER    0     #345
       NANCY        38   F    TN
       HARMON       14   M    TN
       MILES        11   M    TN
       JASPER       09   M    TN
       ELIZABETH    06   F    TN
Ref: 316/291
TERRY, JOSIAH       85   M    VA   FARMER    $1000 $510
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       NANCY        50   F    NC
SMITH, JACKSON      24   M    TN   FARMER LABOR $4350 $2580
       MALINDA      20   F    TN
Ref: 346/321
TERRY, JOSIAH JR.   28   M    TN   FARMER    0     $100
       JOANOR       20   F    TN
       ELIAS        01   M    --
Ref: 347/322
TERRY, MILTON       25   M    TN   FARMER    $150  $200
       JANE         29   F    TN
       MANDA        05   F    TN
       REBECCA      04   F    TN
       SILYMY       01   F    TN   (SALOME?)
Ref: 357/332
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            THE TERRYS OF SCOTT COUNTY, TENNESSEE
                 Written in the Year 1984 By
             George Alvin Terry (b. 12/19/1926)
                    304 Highland Heights
               Goodlettsville, Tennessee 37072
     My first interest in Terry family history came while as
a young boy. I listened intently to my grandfather, Alvin C.
Terry, affectionately called Pop Terry by the family, tell
the story of how Josiah Terry first settled the areas now
know as Oneida.
     Pop and his brother, Uncle John Terry, were both
interested in family history and wrote articles on family and
area history. Uncle John wrote a very interesting and
complete family history, and I used this work as my starting
point in research of my ancestors.
     I look upon this paper as only a continuation of the
work done by Pop and Uncle John, and I expect more to
be learned and written in the future.
     Special recognition should be given to many people who
have spent many hours in research of the Terry family. A few
of the people who have helped me are Mrs. Frances Terry
Ingmire, St. Louis, Missouri; Mrs. Lula Terry Elliott,
Clayton, New Mexico; Woodford Terry, Oak Ridge, Tennessee;
Mrs. Raymond Wray, Longview, Texas; James E. Terry,
Frankfort, Kentucky; Clyde Reed, New River, Tennessee;
Caldwell Terry and his daughter Sharon Scott of Oneida;
the late Clay Smith of Oneida; my niece, Gail Hemphill of
Williamsburg, Virginia; Ms. Pat Sherwood of Indianapolis;
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Mrs. Dorothy Gable of Nashville; and my dear wife Sarah, who
has traveled with me in Utah, Virginia, Indiana, and
Tennessee as we searched old records and cemeteries for Terry
history.
     A few years ago, a widely circulated history of Scott
County was published. The genealogy of the Terry family given
in this history is not correct, and I determined at that time
that I would try to leave a true and factual record of the
Terry family for my children and their heirs.
     According to the books published by Mrs. Ingmire and
Mrs. Elliott, William Terry was the first authenticated Terry
of this line. He was born about 1724 and died 1803 in
Botetourt County, Virginia. The city of Roanoke is now in the
area where William Terry and his family lived.
     William Terry married Rachel Marson, Botetourt County,
Virginia, on February 3, 1759. This marriage is found in a
"Meeting of Friend's, Pennsylvania Marriages", New Jersey
license. They had the following children:
     I.  William Terry, Jr., married Patience ______
    II.  John, b. 1760, married Esther Brown February 2,
         1781, in Botetourt County, Virginia (Book 2, page
         15). He came to Tennessee, and we believe he is the
         father of Josiah.
   III.  Miles married Hannah Horton January 30, 1782, in
         Botetourt County, Virginia (Book 2, page 18).
    IV.  Susannah married Thomas Brown January 21, 1783, in
         Botetourt County, Virginia (Book 2, page 20). Later
         in a deed, Thomas Brown stated that William Terry
         had eight (8) children.
     V.  Mercy married Jonathan Harrison.
    VI.  Jasper married Ruth _____ (Second marriage to
         Margaret Snidow)
   VII.  Rachel married John Martin.
  VIII.  Jemima married Ezekiel Boucher June 30, 1796, in
         Montgomery County, Virginia (Book A, page 64).
         Father William Terry gave consent.
     We are of the John Terry line. Esther Brown, his wife,
is the daughter of Thomas and Mary Terry Brown. They were
married February 2, 1781. Soon after they married, they moved
to Tennessee, then Wayne County, Kentucky, and finally Perry
County, Indiana. John died December 7, 1842, and is buried in
Perry County, Indiana. The last record of Esther Terry is on
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a deed in 1847. We presume she died soon after this date.
John Terry was living in Anderson County, Tennessee, in 1803,
and this fact is recorded in Botetourt County, Virginia Court
records. There was a John Terry in Hawkins County, Tennessee
Court records in 1789, 1793, 1800, and 1801. There was a John
Terry in Grainger County, Tennessee, in 1799, 1800, 1801, and
1802. Hawkins and Grainger Counties are in Eastern Tennessee
and would be on the way from Virginia to Anderson County,
Tennessee. I have found the following record of John Terry in
Anderson County, Tennessee.
  REFERENCES TO JOHN TERRY IN ANDERSON COUNTY COURT MINUTES
     Jarrott Harbin appointed to Captain Terry's Company as
Constable in Burville  Wed., June 15, 1803 A.C.C.M. 1801-
1809, pg. 82
     Served Jury duty Tuesday, September 13, 1803, in
Anderson County. A.C.C.M. 1801-9, pg. 90
     Same as above, p. 91. Note: Jury consisted of William
Brazle, Layton Smith, Henry Norman, David Hale, Joseph
Jaffrey, Aguilla Johnson, Reuben Roberts, John Terry, Page
Portwood, Reuben Stanley, Joseph Hogg, and Enoch Foster.
     "Ordered by the Court that John Terry be overseer of the
Grantsbourough Road leading Powell's Valley from the North
bank of Powell's River to the top of the dividing ridge to
where Reuben Morse ends." A.C.C.M. 1801-9, pg. 139
     "A Bill of Sale from Robert Armstrong to John Terry was
acknowledged in open court and ordered to be registered."
Sept. 11, 1804 A.C.C.M. 1801-9, pg. 146
     "A deed from John Stone to John Terry for 200 acres of
land was acknowledged in open court and ordered to be
registered." Confusion on dates: Fri., Sept. 4, 1804 -
probably March 11, 1805. A.C.C.M. 1801-9, Pg. 159
     "A deed from Charles Fenell to John Terry for six acres
of land was proved in open court by John Brown and ordered to
be registered." June 10, 1805 A.C.C.M. 1801-9, pg. 176
     John Terry vs. John Boyd: Jury found for the defendant
(no hint of what the case was about) June 13, 1805 A.C.C.M.
1801-9, pg. 190
     "Ordered by the Court the hands in the following b...
(torn page)... served by Isaac Freels overseer of the road
(to wit) Beginning at the mouth of Johnsons Mill Creek
thence...Chestnut Ridge thence up the valley including John
Terry and...thence along the valley to the Road leading to
Scarbros Ferry thence along said road to Reeds branch thence
down said branch to the mouth thence up the river to the
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beginning." Sept. 11, 1805 A.C.C.M. 1801-9, pg. 202
     Appointed to jury duty for December session 1805.
A.C.C.M., pg. 206
     Served December 1805. A.C.C.M., pg. 210
     "A deed from John Terry to William Cooper for 200 acres
of land was proved in open court by Jeremiah Cloud and
ordered to be registered." March 10, 1806 A.C.C.M., pg. 230
     Appointed for jury duty in December 1807 term.
A.C.C.M., pg. 259
     Appointed traverse juror. December 14, 1807 A.C.C.M.,
pg. 264
     "Ordered by the Court that John Terry have his mark
recorded which is a cross off each ear and a slit in the
right." December 15, 1807 A.C.C.M., pg. 267
     Appointed for jury duty September 1808 term. June 16,
1808 A.C.C.M., pg. 340
     It is interesting that our first reference to Josiah
Terry is in the Anderson County tax list of 1805. John Terry
and his family moved to Wayne County, Kentucky, in about
1807. He and Josiah Terry are on the Wayne County tax list of
1808, and both are listed as living on the South Fork of
Cumberland River. The 1809 Wayne County tax list consists of
Josiah, Haden, and George Frteton Terry; 1810 John and Will
Terry; 1811 John and Josiah Terry; 1812 John, Sr., and Jonah
Terry; 1813 John and Elijah Terry. There are no Terrys in
Wayne County records after 1813. The 1810 Wayne County
census, as listed by the Kentucky Historical Society,
Frankfurt, Kentucky, page 362 lists both John and Josiah
Terry.
     John Terry's family is listed as follows:
     One (1) male, 45 and over - This would be John
     Three (3) males, under 10 - This would be Elisha,
                                 Elias, and Miles
     One (1) male, 10-16 - Probably John, Jr.
     One (1) male, 16-26 - Probably Will or Elijah
     One (1) female, 26-45 - His wife Esther
     One (1) female, 10-16 - His daughter Esther
     Josiah Terry is listed in the 1810 census with his first
wife Nancy Thomas and their two sons, Joseph and William.
Josiah separated from Nancy Thomas in about 1814 and came to
what is now Scott County, Tennessee. James E.  Terry of
Frankfurt, Kentucky, is a descendant of Joseph Terry and has
a good record of Joseph and William.
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    According to the book by Mrs. Elliott, John Terry and
his wife Esther had fourteen children. He moved with his wife
and six children to Perry County, Indiana, in about 1815. We
have the following knowledge on the fourteen children:
     I.  Josiah, born about 1780 in Virginia. He lived in
         Scott County, Tennessee. I have a complete record
         on his family that follows this history.
    II.  Haden, born before 1788. He is listed on the 1809
         Wayne County, Kentucky, tax list as over 21. I
         have no information on him or his family.
   III.  George Frteton, born before 1788. He is listed on
         the 1809 Wayne County tax list as over 21. I
         have no information on him or his family.
    IV.  William, born 1785 in Hawkins County, Tennessee,
         died May 15, 1869, in Green County, Missouri. Mrs.
         Raymond Wray of Longview, Texas, is a descendant
         of his family. Mrs. Wray has several letters that
         William wrote to his son John. One, dated April 7,
         1852, has this interesting statement: "We had a
         letter from brother Josiah in Tennessee last fall
         and they were doing well when he wrote, but that
         country had been very sickly last season". In
         another letter, William told of the death of his
         brother John and his wife in 1848 in Arkansas.
         Mrs. Wray has a letter dated July 11, 1857, in
         which William tells us of a visit in Arkansas with
         "some of my cousins of the old stock of the
         Martins". This is of interest to us because in the
         family of William Terry of Botetourt County,
         Virginia, father of our John Terry, there
         is a daughter Rachel who married John Martin. This
         is added proof that John Terry is indeed the
         father of our Josiah.
     V.  John, Jr., born about 1790 in Tennessee and died in
         1848 in Arkansas. Mrs. Wray has some information on
         his family. He had a son named Thomas that said he
         was born in Tennessee. John was on the Campbell
         County, Tennessee, tax list of 1818 along with
         Josiah, Elijah, and Daniel Terry. Scott County was
         created in 1849, and the territory comprising the
         northern section where Oneida is located was taken
         from Campbell County.
     VI. Elijah, born about 1791 in Tennessee. He lived in
         Scott County. I have some records on his family
         that follow in this history.
    VII. Daniel - He is listed on the Campbell County tax
         list of 1818 with Josiah, Elijah, and John. I have
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         no information on him or his family.
   VIII. Jasper - Mrs. Wray has some family notes that
         list him as a possible brother. I have no
         information on him or his family.
     IX. Esther, born 1798, married John White June 11,
         1818. She is listed in Mrs. Elliott's book.
      X. Elisha, born 1800, married Sally Small January 7,
         1816. He is listed in Mrs. Elliott's book.
     XI. Rachel, born 1804, died 1867. She married Thomas
         Sandage April 15, 1821. She is listed in Mrs.
         Elliott's book.
    XII. Elias, born September 15, 1807, married Eleanor
         Sandage September 28, 1826. He is listed in Mrs.
         Elliott's book.
   XIII. Miles, born March 11, 1809, married Nancy A.
         Baswell. He is listed in Mrs. Elliott's book.
    XIV. Thomas, born 1814, died 1853, married Polly
         Bradshaw. He is listed in Mrs. Elliott's book.
     Josiah and Elijah Terry left Wayne County in about 1815
and came to what is now Scott County, Tennessee. This is the
same time that John Terry moved to Perry County, Indiana.
     Josiah and Elijah moved to Scott County at the time they
were having trouble in their personal lives. Josiah separated
from his wife Nancy Thomas and left her and the two boys,
Joseph and William. We know very little about Nancy and what
happened to her. We do have a copy of a Madison County,
Kentucky, Court record in 1821 at Richmond, Kentucky, Order
Book E, page 122, where an indenture was made to bind out
Joseph and William, the children of Nancy Terry, to William
Bentley to learn the tanning business. We presume Nancy had
moved to the vicinity of Richmond, Kentucky.
     According to divorce papers of Wayne County, Kentucky,
dated in 1828, Elijah Terry left Wayne County in about 1815
at night with one Sally Rice Foster, wife of Charles Foster,
and came to Tennessee and lived with her as his wife. In the
Campbell County census of 1830, the family of Elijah is
listed as follows:
     One (1) man, 25-30 years old
     One (1) boy, 1-15 years old
     One (1) woman, 30-35 years old
     One (1) girl, 10-15 years old
     One (1) girl, 5-10 years old
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     The 1850 census of Scott County lists the Elijah Terry
family as follows:
    Elijah, age 59
    Sary, age 39
    Calvin, age 16
    Helen, age 15
    Naomy, age 14
    Emily, age 13
    Elijah, Jr. age 13
    Easter, age 7
    Serepta, age 6
     The history of Uncle John Terry states that Elijah had
three sons, Elijah, Jr., Marion, and Calvin. Calvin was an
early Baptist preacher in Scott County, and his family
lived near O'Possum Rock School on the Big South Fork River.
According to the history of Uncle John, "Elijah Terry took up
land that included part of the town of Oneida known as
Stumptown, and his residence was near the present John
Carson, Jr., residence." According to the records of Clay
Smith, Elijah first lived about the present John Lee West
house and then moved to about where the Burchfield School
is located. Clay Smith also states that his land covered all
the part of Oneida west of Highway 27 to the Burchfield
School.
     There are many descendants of Elijah Terry living in
Scott County, and I am sure some may have a family history;
or I trust that someone will take this information and
complete the family history of Elijah Terry.
     Clay Smith states that the early settlers called the
community "Pine Creek". He said that Josiah Terry staked out
three hundred acres of land that started near Tunnell Hill,
extended northward through the town of Oneida to a point
beyond the present Oneida Housing Project. He said the south
line ran near where the Scott County Hospital is now located.
The north line covered much of all of north Oneida up to and
including the Jeffers Cemetery. This line extended to the top
of Dick Smith Hill and back to the starting line near where
Jim Carson lives in south Oneida. The northeast line ran with
the Chitwood lands near the present Scott County Funeral Home
to the Jeffers Cemetery. Uncle John described Josiah's land
as a large tract of land that extended northwardly from a
point near the residence of James Carson through the town of
Oneida to a point on the top of a hill southwest of the
Shepherd residence eastwardly so as to include the lands of
J. M. Terry, A. C. Terry, Claude Terry, Letcher Stanfill, N.
E. Stanley, Joe Chambers, John Carson, Jr., and James Terry.
Josiah built his house near the present North Star Drive-In
on Highway 27 North on the four lane. I have copies of two
Kentucky land grants which cover most of this land.
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     The oldest written record of Scott County that I have
knowledge of is that of the Bethlehem Church of Oneida. The
church was organized in 1834, and they have written records
dating from the first Saturday in June, 1842. Josiah Terry
was a prominent member of the church and is mentioned in
several entries. The church split in 1842, and Josiah Terry
was elected acting moderator to take the vote. Fifteen of the
thirty-one members were dismissed. Josiah was with the
majority. It is in these church records that we learn of
Josiah's death in 1868.
     All the early census records show that Josiah was born
in Virginia. Pop and Uncle John said that they understood
that  Josiah was born in Wytheville, Virginia. During my
research, I have learned that neither Wytheville or Wythe
County existed at the time of Josiah's birth. It is possible
that Josiah was born before John and Esther Terry left
Virginia, or that he was born near what is now Wytheville on
their way to Tennessee. I understand that all the Terrys of
Scott County are descendants of either Josiah or Elijah.
                  The Family of Josiah Terry
     Josiah Terry was the father of thirteen known children.
We list his wives and children with the information we have
on each family.
     Josiah Terry b. about 1780 in Virginia d. 1868
(Bethlehem Baptist Church Record). He is buried at Mt.
Pisgah Cemetery in Wayne County, Kentucky. m. Nancy Thomas
(first wife). We do not have a date of this marriage or any
information on the family of Nancy Thomas, but we presume due
to birth date of their son Joseph, that they were in Anderson
County, Tennessee. They had two children.
     I.   Joseph b. 3/7/1806, d. 9/17/1863 Married October
          11, 1832, Minerva Stephenson b. 7/11/1811, d.
          6/10/1894 They had six children:
                (1) Joseph
                (2) John
                (3) Jim
                (4) Edna
                (5) Jane
                (6) Louise
     II.  William b. 10/20/1808, d. _____ Married Ithema
          Payton on December 24, 1831. They had four
          children:
                (1) Josiah
                (2) William
                (3) Nancy J.
                (4) Mildred A.
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     Anyone wishing more information on Joseph or William
should contact Mr. James E. Terry, 142 Lyons Drive,
Frankfort, Kentucky, 40601.
     Josiah Terry m. Nancy Stevens (second wife), b. 1800 in
Tennessee. She is the sister of Edmond Stevens. According to
Clay Smith, her mother was a Richardson, and she was from
Greeneville, Tennessee. Her father is Edmund Stevens, who was
married to Rachel Litton, mother of James Litton. We have
done some research, and Edmund Stevens was in Greene County,
Tennessee, before he came to Scott County. Nancy is buried at
the old Reed Place on the Buffalo Road in south Oneida.
Josiah and Nancy Stevens had eleven children.
     I.   Martin b. 1820, d. _____ Married Nancy Thompson
          They had two sons:
          (1) Jasper m. Mary Jane Ellis. They had two sons,
              Maynard and George. I understand that Preacher
              Roy Blevins of Oneida is a descendant of
              Maynard.
          (2) Miles b. 12/1/1848, d. 7/10/1929 married Artie
              Coyal b. 7/25/1843, d. 11/22/1911. They are
              buried at the Black Oak Cemetery.  They had
              the following children:
                    1. Elijah
                    2. Elishia
                    3. Lissie
                    4. Electia
                    5. Cal
                    6. Daniel
                    7. Arbania
                    8. Birdine
                    9. Ransy or Loranzy Dow
     I know that Charlie Terry and Mrs. Zelta Terry Smith of
Oneida are descendants of this family.
     Martin Terry's second wife was Sarah Davis, and their
children were:
          (1)  Henderson
          (2)  Sherman
          (3)  Phillip
     I know that Ms. Pat Sherwood of Indianapolis is a
descendant of Henderson. Martin had land grant property
registered at Frankfort, Kentucky, and I believe it was on
the Big South Fork River.

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     II.  Rachel b. 5/3/1821, d. 2/5/1890. Married Richard
Smith b. 11/9/1818, d. 1/2/1902. They were married by H.
Pennington, Justice of the Peace, on 1/16/1839. They were
members of the Bethelehem Baptist Church,and their names
appear in the early church records. Uncle John's history
states that Josiah gave them a place on the Old Montgomery
Road near the present Pentacost Church. It is my
understanding that Dick Smith Hill is named for Richard
Smith. It was at Rachel's home that Josiah's wife Nancy
Stevens died and is buried. Rachel Terry and Richard Smith
are buried at the Marcum Cemetery in Oneida. They had
seventeen children:
          (1)  Martin b. 2/23/1840
          (2)  Nancy b. 3/8/1841
          (3)  Charity b. 10/21/1842
          (4)  Esther b. 8/2/1844
          (5)  Sarah b. 10/25/1845
          (6)  John b. 10/17/1846
          (7)  Joe b. 4/25/1848
          (8)  Elizabeth b. 4/25/1848 {Twin}
          (9)  Emily b. 4/12/1850
         (10)  Martha b. 2/8/1852
         (11)  Calvin b. 9/10/1854
         (12)  William b. 4/13/1856
         (13)  Savannah b. 1/28/1857
         (14)  Shelvey b. 7/15/1859
         (15)  Lydia b. 9/23/1860
         (16)  Josh or Ewell b. 6/30/1863
         (17)  James Harvey b. 1/8/1866
     III. James Terry b. about 1823, d. ______ Married Tilda
(Polly or Pop) Smith, daughter of Isaac Smith and Matilda
Elliott. Tilda is a sister to Richard Smith, husband of
Rachel Terry. Uncle John's history states that Josiah gave
James land north of the tunnel on the Tennessee Railroad
about one mile south of Oneida. I know that Clay Smith was a
descendant of James through Clay's mother's side of the
family. Uncle John said that James Terry had the following
children:
     (1) Martin
     (2) John
     (3) Leonard
     (4) Lindsay
     (5) Bart
     (6) A daughter who married Jack Carson
     (7) A daughter who married Johnnie Carson
     (8) A daughter who married Wilburn Richardson
     IV.  Esther b. about 1825, d. _____ Married Thomas L.
          Phillips. This marriage is in the Campbell County
          records as license issued March 17, 1844. They were
          married by Allen McDonald, Justice of the Peace.
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          Uncle John states that Josiah gave Esther and
          Thomas Phillips land about the present Oneida High
          School.  I have been told that the old swimming
          hole behind the school called the "Tommie Hole" is
          named for Thomas Phillips. I do not know the names
          of the children of Esther and Thomas Phillips, but
          I believe that attorney General Paul Phillips and
          his family are descendants of Esther and Thomas.
     V.   Alsie b. about 1827 Married Jonathan (Bud) Phillips
          b. 2/17/1827, d. 7/14/1871.  Uncle John's history
          says that Josiah gave them land where the W. J.
          Jeffers family now lives. Children of Alsie Terry
          and Jonathan (Bud) Phillips were:
               (1) John married Bonnie _____
               (2) Elizabeth married Nathaniel Stidum
               (3) Sarah
               (4) Rorie married William McBride. He was
                   killed by a train.
               (5) Emily
     Jonathan's second wife was Jane Trammel. Their children
were:
               (1) Richard
               (2) Sherman married Linda Coffey
               (3) Mary married John Huskins
               (4) Martha married Nick Stanley
     This information was furnished by Lula Cecil of Oneida,
daughter of Sherman Phillips. Jonathan (Bud) Phillips and
Jane Trammel are buried at the Phillips Cemetery, now known
as the Jeffers Cemetery, in Oneida. There is an unmarked
grave next to theirs that is probably the grave of Alsie
Terry.
     VI. Edmund b. about 1830, d. _____ Married Bettie Hicks.
         I understand he was also called Eddie Terry. Uncle
         John's history states that Josiah gave him land at
         the old John Carson, Jr., place. The Terrys that now
         live near Winfield are descendants of Edmond Terry
         and Bettie Hicks.  Uncle John said that they had
         four or five daughters and three sons:
               (1) William
               (2) Milton
               (3) James
     VII. Milton b. 7/17/1834, d. 12/29/1904 Married Jane
          Thomas b. 10/31/1830, d. 3/21/1908. They were
          married 7/15/1854. I am a descendant of Milton
          Terry. I will give more detail on his family
          later.  They had the following children:
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               (1) Amanda b. 4/12/1855, died at young age
               (2) Rebecca b. 10/18/1856, d. 4/13/1949
               (3) Salina b. 12/5/1858, d. 6/30/1943
               (4) Joseph b. 9/9/1860, d. 7/25/1861
               (5) Jane b. 5/20/1862, d. 5/18/1950
               (6) Nancy Ann b. 6/16/1864, d. 10/10/1951
               (7) Alvin C. b. 6/23/1866, d. 6/18/1957
               (8) John Marion b. 10/25/1868, d. 5/25/1952
               (9) Milton Emsly b. 1/3/1871, d. 11/22/1938
              (10) William Abner b. 5/8/1873, d. 2/27/1967
     VIII. Nancy b. about 1836, d. _____ Married Ely Roysden.
           I have no records on this family.
     IX. Themie (Ithema) b. about 1838, d. _____ Married
         Jessie Roysden. I have no records on this family,
         but I understand that the Roysdens on the Big South
         Fork River are descendants of Themie or Nancy.
     X.  Malinda b. 8/22/1839, d. 8/4/1909. Married Jackson
         Smith b. 2/26/1836, d. 12/3/1905. They are buried at
         the Marcum Cemetery in Oneida. Jackson Smith was the
         son of Kisia (Kit) Smith. Josiah Terry was visiting
         Malinda when he died, so I presume they lived in
         Wayne County, Kentucky. I have been told that this
         property is located in what is now the Big South
         Fork National River and Recreation Area.  Malinda
         and Jackson were the parents of Henry Smith, father
         of Clay Smith. I do not have a record of any other
         children.
     XI. Josiah Terry, Jr., b. 1842, d. 10/31/1911. Married
         Johanna Roysden b. 1839, d. 1925. They had the
         following children:
               (1) Elias
               (2) John
               (3) Ozias
               (4) Johnson
               (5) Alvin
               (6) Evelin
               (7) Vernie
               (8) Rachel
               (9) Luverna.
     This information was given me by Caldwell Terry. He
received it from John M. Terry of Jamestown, Tennessee, in
October, 1975. I understand that Josiah Terry, Jr., lived on
the Big South Fork River and that several of his descendants
are in Fentress County.
                  The Milton Terry Family
     Milton Terry b. 7/17/1834, d. 12/19/1904, was the
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seventh child of Josiah Terry and Nancy Stevens. He married
Jane Thomas b. 10/21/1830, d. 3/21/1908, on July 15, 1854.
They were married by David Acres, Justice of the Peace, at
the home of Abner Thomas. Jane Thomas was the daughter of
Abner Thomas and Rebecca Brown. Uncle John said that Abner
Thomas came from Powell's Valley and settled on Paint Rock
Creek at the old Ellis Place above the Ewell Duncan farm. Pop
Terry said that he understood that Abner Thomas came from
North Carolina. I have often wondered if there is a
connection between Abner Thomas and Nancy Thomas, first wife
of Josiah Terry, or Rebecca Brown and Esther Brown, wife of
John Terry.  Abner Thomas and Rebecca Brown had eleven
children:
     I. John emigrated to Bartholomew County, Indiana
    II. William emigrated to Dodd City, Arkansas
   III. Wiley lived in Scott County
    IV. Poley married Moses Lay
     V. Drucila married Samuel Cecil
    VI. Rutha married Henry Duncan
   VII. Martha married Joshua Duncan
  VIII. Jane (Jennie) married Milton Terry
    IX. Rebecca married Elijah Spradlin
     X. Sallie married Alfred Laxton
    XI. Nancy married Hamilton Brown
     Josiah Terry gave Milton the land that is now on Highway
27 North on the four lane where Claude Terry, Jr., and Ralph
Hoffman now live. I understand that the Milton Terry house
was where the home of Jane and Ralph Hoffman now stands.
     Milton Terry served as Sheriff of Scott County, a member
of the Bethlehem Baptist Church, clerk of the church, and
Moderator Pro Tem in 1896 and 1897.
     Milton served in the Union Army as a member of the Home
Guard. He was a private in Company C, 1st Reg. Tennessee
National Guard. He was enrolled at Chitwood, Tennessee (now
Winfield) September 15, 1863, and was honorably discharged at
Clinton, Tennessee, on December 20, 1863. I have copies of
papers where Milton applied for a pension because of the loss
of his right eye due to rheumatism.  This  application was
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His wife also applied after his death. I have no record that
either ever received a pension.
     Milton Terry and his wife Jane Thomas are buried at the
Thomas Cemetery in Oneida.
     The children of Milton Terry and Jane Thomas:
     I.  Amanda Terry b. 4/12/1855. She died young and is
         buried at the Thomas Cemetery.
    II.  Rebecca Terry b. 10/18/1856 d. 4/13/1949. Married
         Riley Jeffers b. 6/18/1859 d. 2/13/1931. They are
         buried at the Thomas Cemetery in Oneida. Their
         children were:
         (1) Nancy Jane
         (2) Alvin
         (3) Salina
         (4) Cora
     When I remember Aunt Becky, she lived with her daughter,
Cora, in Oneida about where the Scott County Florist is now
located. She was a very interesting person to talk with. She
could remember the Civil War and told about visiting a Union
Army camp in Oneida. She also said she hoed corn on the hills
above the home of Claude Terry, Jr., and that there was a
clay mine in the same hills where people got their clay to
make their pipes.
     III. Salina Terry b. 12/5/1859, d. 6/30/1943. She never
          married and is buried at the Litton Cemetery in
          Oneida.  When I remember Aunt Lina, she lived with
          Aunt Nancy Ann and Uncle Will Litton. I remember
          she was a favorite of my father, Claude Terry,
          Sr., and that she had a large skin cancer growth
          on her face.
     IV.  Joseph Terry b. 9/9/1860, d. 7/25/1861. He is
          buried at the Thomas Cemetery in Oneida.
     V.   Jane Terry b. 5/20/1862, d. 5/18/1950. Married
          Ewell Duncan b. 11/1857, d. 7/15/1942. They are
          buried in the Duncan Family Cemetery on the Paint
          Rock Road in Scott County, Tennessee. Their
          children:
         (1) Florence
         (2) John
         (3) William E.
         (4) Della
         (5) Elmer
         (6) Sylvester
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          (7) Lonnie
     Harold Duncan of Oneida has some history on this family.
Lonnie and Elmer still live near Oneida.  They have been
close to my family through the years, and I have always known
that I could depend upon them and their families.
     VI. Nancy Ann Terry b. 6/16/1864, d. 10/10/1951.
         Married William Charles Litton b. 1/26/1870, d.
         8/29/1943.  They are buried at the Litton Cemetery
         in Oneida.  Their children:
          (1) Hurstel (died at age 12)
          (2) Stella
          (3) Cordie
          (4) Oscar
          (5) Claude
          (6) Lottie
          (7) Herman
     Their family history is recorded in the Litton Family
History Book. I remember visiting Uncle Will and Aunt Nancy
Ann at their home on Highway 27 in the Oak Grove section of
Oneida. I remember Aunt Nancy Ann stood tall and straight,
and that Uncle Will could tell good stories of days gone by.
     VII. Alvin C. Terry b. 6/23/1866, d. 6/18/1957. He is
          my grandfather, and I will cover his family later
          in a separate article.
    VIII. John Marion Terry b. 10/25/1868, d. 5/25/1952.
          Married Elizzie Brown b. 4/13/1868, d.
          7/10/1942. They are buried at the Litton
          Cemetery in Oneida. Their children:
          (1) Darcius Sebastion
          (2) Edna Mabel
          (3) Jennie Edith Dorothy Victory
          (4) Maude Esther
          (5) Benton Delin
          (6) Lela Agnes
          (7) Ruth Avo
          (8) John Milton
          (9) Caldwell Brown
         (10) William Howard
     Sharon Scott of Oneida has a good record on this family.
I know that Uncle John was well educated. He and Pop were
very close as brothers. They attended the schools of Scott
County, then went to Livingston and Friendsville to further
their education. Uncle John brought the first surveying books
to Scott County and taught many to survey.  He served one
term as State Representative in the 1920's.  His interest in
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family history and his insight to write and record many facts
have been of great help to me in our family research.
     I remember going to Uncle John's with Pop on our Sunday
afternoon walks. We would often stop at Uncle John's for a
drink of cold water. Uncle John lived where the present
Oneida Housing Project is located. He was an honest, thrifty,
hard-working farmer. His son, Calwell, worked the same farm
for many years. Caldwell is one of my favorite cousins, and
we have enjoyed many hours together trying to research our
family history.
     IX.  Milton Emsly Terry b. 1/3/1871, d. 11/22/1938.
          Married Sarinda Litton b. 1/3/1863, d. 8/12/1895.
          They are buried at the Litton Cemetery in Oneida.
          Their chldren:
          (1) Ethel
          (2) Ernal.
     Milton Emsly's second wife was Emma Taylor. She is
buried in Oklahoma. Their Children:
           (1) Thurlow
           (2) Ella
           (3) Ada
           (4) Vinlo
           (5) Milo
           (6) Alla
           (7) Othnel
           (8) Earl
           (9) Oakley
          (10) Lucille
     Milton Emsly's Third wife was Anna Adkinson b.
9/23/1893, d. 6/15/1972. She is buried at the Litton Cemetery
in Oneida. Their children:
          (1) Irene
          (2) Lorren
          (3) Oren
          (4) June
          (5) Wilda
     I remember that Uncle Milt had a Log Cabin Cafe in the
Oak Grove section of Oneida on Highway 27 where Perry's Store
is now located. When I was with Pop, we would always stop to
see Uncle Milt and buy some chewing gum.
     X.   William Abner Terry b. 5/8/1873, d. 2/27/1967.
          Married Rosetta Litton b. 11/20/1872, d.
          10/27/1965.  They are buried at the Litton
          Cemetery in Oneida. Their children:
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          (1) E. Chester
          (2) Evelyn
          (3) Edgar
          (4) Elso
          (5) Estella
          (6) Elbert
          (7) Jenny
     Uncle Will lived where the new Bethlehem Baptist Church
is now located. His daughter, Evelyn Cross, operated a store
that was the favorite hangout for most of the boys of Oak
Grove. Uncle Will served as County Court Clerk and County
Judge of Scott County. He was active in politics; and he and
his son Chester, who served as president of the First
National Bank of Oneida for several years, were of great help
to me when I was elected to the State Legislature.
                   The Alvin Terry Family
     My grandfather, Alvin Terry b. 6/23/1866, d. 6/18/1957,
was the seventh child of Milton Terry and Jane Thomas. His
first marriage was to Nancy Jane Davis b. 10/28/1869, d.
10/7/1913. They were married September 23, 1892.
     What I know about the Davis family was given to me by my
cousin Nell D. Robinson of Knoxville, Tennessee. I want to do
more research on the Davis and Young families.
     [The part about Davis family is excluded in the TFH for
brevity--Editor.]
     Alvin Terry and Nancy Jane Davis had the following
children:
     I.   William Claude b. 8/25/1893 d. 11/4/1954. He is my
          father,  and I will cover our family in a separate
          article.
     II.  They adopted Mabel Blevins Terry b. 8/22/1897, d.
          11/16/1975. She married Leland Carson, and they
          had one child, Helen Carson. Aunt Mabel and Uncle
          Leland are buried in the Carson Family Cemetery in
          Oneida.  Daddy and Aunt Mabel were very close as
          brother and sister and truly loved each other.
          Helen told me that Aunt Mabel was one of the first
          legally adopted children in Tennessee. I cannot
          remember the first time Aunt Mabel and Uncle
          Leland visited in our home or that we visited in
          their home, but our families were very close, and
          we loved and respected each other very much. I
          know that Uncle Leland was a veteran of World War
          One, first mayor of the Town of Oneida, an early
          employee of Jellico Grocery Company, and Chevrolet
          dealer in Harriman, Tennessee.  Aunt Mabel loved
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          good music and was very talented. She attended
          Nashville Bible School, now David Lipscomb College.
     Daddy spoke with deep respect and affection for mother.
It is my understanding that she was very strict but kind.
She was an excellent homemaker and had a great influence on
Pop and Daddy. She is buried in the Litton Cemetery in
Oneida. Pop was of the Baptist faith and Grandmother a
Methodist. As Pop told me, they heard G. C. Brewer preach in
a tent meeting in Oneida in about 1907. They agreed that they
could unite in the Lord, obeyed the gospel, and became
charter members of the Oneida Church of Christ. Brother
Brewer preached Grandmother's funeral, and I have a copy of
her obituary which tells of the early history of the Oneida
Church of Christ.
     Pop and Grandmother Terry lived in several places. They
lived on what is now Lafayette Street near the old Raynor
place when Daddy was born. They lived in McCreary County,
Kentucky, in coal mining camps while Pop was in the coal
business. They lived in Oakdale in Morgan County, Tennessee,
where Pop had a general store. The store was destroyed by a
flood, and they returned to Oneida. They lived on Main Street
in a house next door to the house that Pop lived in when I
was a child. When I first remember, the Dibrell family lived
in the house that Pop and Grandmother Terry lived in. Pop was
well educated. He attended the schools of Scott County, then
went to Livingston and Friendsville to further his education.
He was well read and could discuss college subjects in depth
at the time I attended the university. Pop taught school in
Scott County when he was a young man, and I remember his
telling the story of being dismissed as a teacher because he
was teaching the students silent reading. He said the parents
complained that he did not know whether the students were
reading if he did not have them read out loud. Pop, Uncle
John, and Uncle Milt had the contract to build the road north
of New River on what is now U.S. Highway 27.
     Pop married Nellie Smith, b. 3/22/1886, December 9,
1914. They had one son, Luke Edward Terry b. 8/22/1916. Mom
Terry still lives in Oneida. She is very active until a
broken hip after major surgery forced her to live at the
Scott County Nursing Home. Her memory is very good, and she
gave me the following information on her family.
     [The part about Smith family is excluded in the TFH for
brevity--Editor.]
     Alvin Terry and Nellie Smith Terry had one son, Luke
Edward Terry. Luke  married Elizabeth Johnson of Martinsburg,
West Virginia. Luke and Lib live in Martinsburg, and they
have the following children:
           (1) Eddie
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           (2) Kay
           (3) Mary Ann
           (4) Rebecca
     Pop was a progressive, honest, successful businessman.
He had a serious heart condition, and his doctor told him to
sell his business and retire when he was about fifty years
old. He remained active his entire life after retirement. He
was a leader in the Oneida Church of Christ, served as
treasurer, and taught the adult Sunday School class. Mom
Terry prepared the communion bread each Sunday. Pop was a
member of the Board of Directors of the First Trust and
Savings Bank. He retired from the board after my father's
death with the understanding that I would be elected to
replace him on the board. It is my understanding that his
home had the first indoor plumbing in the town of Oneida. He
served on the Oneida Independent School Board, and some early
records show that he also served on the Oneida City Board as
alderman. He owned one of the first automobiles in Scott
County, and I have heard him and Mom Terry tell of a trip
they made to Florida when Luke was a small child.  He was an
active member of the Republican Party and was well informed
on local, state, and national affairs.  He was a good
gardener, and he and Mom Terry always had the cellar under
their house full of canned goods. I can remember they were
very generous and kind and shared their food with their
neighbors. Pop was active in the Scott County Fair and won
several ribbons each year with his produce.
     Some of my best memories are of the days I spent with
Pop and Mom Terry. I remember their dog, Ranger; their
workhorse, Dan; the grape harbor at the back of their house;
Mom Terry's chickens; their milk cows; and large garden. Pop
and I worked the garden. I really don't think I did much
work, but he made me think I was the best gardener in town.
We would go in for a good lunch at noon prepared by Mom
Terry; then after lunch rest on his bed for about an hour. I
can remember placing newspapers on the bed so our shoes would
not get the bed dirty. I remember Mom Terry as an excellent
cook. I still think her pickled beets are the best. As long
as Mom was active in her kitchen, she would give me pickled
beets each year.
     Pop signed his name A. C. Terry. I can remember asking
him what the initial "C" stood for. He told me he had no
middle name, and that when he was grown he wanted to sign his
name with two initials, so he selected the letter "C".  He
used the signature, A. C. Terry, his entire life.
     I caught my first fish sitting in the lap of Pop Terry.
He gave me my first chew of Beech Nut chewing tobacco. I can
still remember the taste, and I never had a desire to chew
tobacco since that day. Pop believed in walking, and nearly
every Sunday afternoon we would take a walk. Several children
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and dogs in the neighborhood would join us on our walks. I
remember walking to the grape rough and finding Indian
flints, picking huckleberries, going to Brown Pond fishing,
eating my first persimmon in the old Jim Stanley fields, and
going to the Litton and Thomas Cemeteries to the family
graves.
     When I left school for the Army, I would always make a
visit to Pop and Mom Terry's on the first days of my return
home. I remember how brave they were when Luke was a prisoner
of war during World War Two. I can remember the morning I had
to go to Pop's house to tell him of the sudden death of my
father. He was so brave, and he encouraged me with his
Christian attitude toward death. He and Mom accepted my wife
Sarah, and loved her and our children.
     I was with Pop at the time of his death. I remember he
remained conscious until Luke arrived from West Virginia. In
the last week of his life, he told me he wanted to be buried
at Litton Cemetery next to my father. He died a Christian,
looking forward to a home in heaven. Now that I am a
grandfather, I pray that I might have the same love and
respect from my grandson that I have for my grandfather. I
have never known a better man.
           The William Claude Terry, Sr., Family
     My father, Claude Terry, Sr., b. 8/25/1893, d.
11/4/1054 married my mother, Paralee Long Cowan, b.
5/28/1895, d. 2/10/1976, in Chattanooga Tennessee, on
November 16, 1920. They are buried in the Litton Cemetery in
Oneida.
     I have a limited knowledge of my mother's family, and I
would like to do more research on her family in the future.
     [The parts about the Cowan, Wilson, Caperton families
are excluded in the TFH for brevity--Editor.]
     Mother and Daddy were well educated. Due to the Civil
War, the state of Alabama did not have a public school
system. Mother first attended a private school in Stevenson,
The William and Emma Austin School. She enrolled in the
Nashville Bible School, now David Lipscomb College, in 1909.
She graduated in 1914. She attended George Peabody College of
Nashville in 1915. She taught school in Nashville Bible
School and the Hamilton County, Tennessee, school system.
     Daddy attended school in Oneida, Huntsville, and Morgan
County. He attended Georgetown University of Kentucky in 1909
and 1910. He then enrolled in the Nashville Bible School and
graduated in 1914. He attended East Tennessee Teachers
Normal, now East Tennessee State University, in 1915.
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     Mother and Daddy are listed in the Nashville Bible
School Catalogue of 1916-17 as members of the faculty.
     Mother and Daddy were leaders in school. I am enclosing
the statement that is printed with their pictures in the
"Zenith", the yearbook of 1914 for the Nashville Bible
School:
                            + + +
               PARALEE COWAN, Stevenson, Ala.
                   Kappa Nu; Fifth Year.
     From the sovereign State of Alabama, five years ago,
Paralee Cowan made her first hegira to the Nashville Bible
School, and the aforesaid wandering to the north has been
regularly and annually repeated since then. She has stayed
with us through bright and cloudy weather,and some one said
she has become a fixture of the school. Not so--but this is
not the place for prophecy, though it might be said that
sometimes "coming events cast their shadows before." Miss
Cowan is of a conversational turn of mind--womanlike in
that--and she has been known to reason with the highest
dignitaries if she thought her point well taken. She has also
been a leader among her girl associates. Industrious,
energetic, amiable, she possesses such independence and
originality of character, crowned with sincerity and true
womanliness, that it may be well said of her: "Here is a
woman." Her consistent work, faithfulness, and general
excellence will be in part rewarded when on Commencement Day
she delivers the Valedictory.  Hasten the day; we will be
glad to see her do it.
                            + + +
                 W. C. Terry, Oneida, Tenn.
        Calliopean; Third Year; Intersociety Debater.
     Claude is from the mountains--East Tennessee, they
say-- where the sun peeps out now and then. He came to
school, a lad hardly grown, and has been a factor in the life
of the institution ever since. Not such a power at first,
maybe, for growth is the law; and this man has grown, until
now Terry is one of the powers of the student body.  His is a
freely endowed nature, yet kind and true, though not known as
such to all, for Claude has not been overzealous in
cultivating the friendships of the many. It is a way of his,
this apparent coldness; but there was never a warmer friend.
He is capable of sympathy worthy of a man.  Claude is
independent, capable, logical, at the same time kindhearted
and courageous.  He is one of those whom the world needs.
Claude, let your powers be used to the glory of the greatest
things in the world. We know thee. Thou canst do none else
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and prove true thyself as revealed to those who have been
with thee through thick and through thin, in strife and in
peace.  We honor thee as our efficient president and a true
Senior.  Thou hast our love.
                            + + +
     Mother was the first president of the Kappa Nu Society
at the Nashville Bible School. Before this time, all girls
belonged to the Sigma Rho Society, and when the school
administration decided to have two societies for the girls,
Mother was selected to choose for the Kappa Nu Society.
Mother loved tennis and was considered one of the better
players in the school.
     Daddy was a good baseball player. He played for the
Calliopean Society team in school and later for the Oneida
Independent team.
     Mother and Daddy loved the Nashville Bible School, and
our family grew up listening to many stories of their friends
and happy times at the school.
     Daddy served in the Navy during World War One at
Pensacola, Florida.
     When Mother and Daddy married, they lived in Oneida at
the corner of Fourth and Carson Streets. The house then faced
Carson Street. We lived in this house until the fall of 1939
when we moved to the new brick house on Highway 27.  Mrs. Bea
Huff now lives in the Highway 27 house.
     Mother was an active citizen, belonged to the American
Legion Auxiliary, Parent Teacher Association, and taught a
Sunday School class at the Oneida Church of Christ. Mother's
first call and duty was to her family. I can never remember
when I could not turn to my mother for strength and support.
She said she was a "Jeffersonian Democrat", but in later
years when I was active in politics, she worked the polls for
me and voted in the Republican Primary.
     Daddy was a Mason, member of the American Legion,
Kiwanis Club, and served three terms as Mayor of the Town of
Oneida in the early 1920's. During his term as mayor, a new
brick railroad depot was built, a city water and sewage
system was constructed,and the first concrete streets were
paved. The streets were paid for by a special property tax,
and Daddy said that several people were against him because
of this tax. Daddy was a successful businessman. He was in
the store and coal business until 1925, when he opened Terry
Motor Company as a Chevrolet dealership in Oneida. He was an
original stockholder of the First Trust and Savings Bank of
Oneida, served as the Vice President for several years, and
was President of the bank at his death. Daddy worked hard and
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long hours. I know now that he was under great pressure from
the Depression, but he and Mother never discussed before the
family any serious trouble.
     Daddy was not active in the Church when we were young,
and I can remember Mother walking us to Sunday School while
Daddy stayed home and read the paper. Mother said that I said
that I would be glad when I was grown and a daddy and could
stay home and read the funnies. In later years, Daddy became
very active in the Church and taught a Sunday School class
and served as an Elder of the Oneida Church of Christ.
     Mother and Daddy had three children:
     I.   Jane Terry b. 9/24/1921 married Ralph Edward
          Hoffman, b. 4/6/1921, on 3/28/1948, at the Claude
          Terry home in Oneida. She and Ralph adopted two
          children:
          (1) George William Hoffman b. 8/2/1959 married
              Valerie Inez Terry 1/27/1984.
          (2) Margaret Colleen Hoffman b. 2/10/1961,
              married DeWayne Anthony (Tony) Shannon
              3/23/1984.
     Jane attended Oneida Public Schools, graduated from
David Lipscomb High School of Nashville, graduated from David
Lipscomb College of Nashville, then a junior college, and
graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with
a B. S. in Home Economics. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha
Sorority. She taught school at Mountain City, Tennessee;
Oneida, Tennessee; and Hancock, Maryland. She and Ralph moved
to Oneida and purchased the Western Auto Store.  They built
the store into one of Oneida's largest and most successful
retail establishments.
     I will forever be grateful to Jane for the care she gave
Mother, and the care she continues to give Mom Terry.
     II.  George Alvin Terry, b. 12/19/1926, married Sarah
          Ellen Winn, b. 3/5/1929, on 6/9/1950. I will cover
          my family in the next chapter.
     III. William Claude Terry, Jr., b. 2/4/1929, married
          Fayrene Sexton, b. 5/21/1933. They have four
          children:
              (1) Gail Sue Terry, b. 7/30/1956 married John
                  Hemphill on 4/18/1981.
              (2) Patricia Lou Terry, b. 10/15/1959.
              (3) Wilda Jane Terry b. 6/18/1963.
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              (4) William Claude Terry, III, b. 1/7/1968.
     As long as I can remember, Claude Terry, Jr. has been
called "Jumby". Mother said that this was because when he was
small he pronounced Junior as Jumby, and when asked his name,
he would say William Claude Terry, Jumby, Jumby, Jumby. He
attended the Oneida Public Schools, graduated from Columbia
Military Academy, Columbia, Tennessee, and graduated from the
University of Tennessee in Knoxville with a B.S. in Business
Administration. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha
Fraternity. He played football at Oneida High School and
Columbia Military Academy. He was a Lieutenant in the
Transportation Corps during the Korean War. He served one
term as a member of the Oneida School Board.
     Jumby and I played together growing up, and we have
remained very close all our lives. We have been associated
together in business at the Ben Franklin Store and Terry
Motor Company.
     The Sextons were early settlers in Scott County, and
Fayrene has a good family record.














                The George Alvin Terry Family
     George Alvin Terry, b. 12/19/1926, married Sarah Ellen
Winn, b. 3/5/1929, on 6/9/1950 in Nashville, Tennessee, at
the home of her parents.
     Sarah has an excellent history of her family,and she is
an active member of the D.A.R. She attended Jere Baxter
Elementary School in Nashville, and graduated from Isaac
Litton High School of Nashville. She attended George Peabody
College of Nashville for one year, worked at the National
Life Insurance Company for one year, attended Watkins
Institute of Nashville at night for one year, then attended
the University of Tennessee for one year before we married.
She was a pledge of Phi Mu Sorority at the University. She
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has been a homemaker for our family our entire marriage. She
is an active member and Sunday School teacher of the Church
of Christ, has been a member several school organizations
where our children attended school, and has supported me
with her love and loyalty every day of our marriage.
     I attended the public schools of Oneida and graduated
from Columbia Military Academy of Columbia, Tennessee. I
played basketball and football at Oneida High School. I
played football at Columbia Military Academy until I was
injured my junior year. I served as manager of the football
team my senior year, 1944. I was a member of the band at
Oneida and Columbia, playing a clarinet.
     After I graduated in June, 1944, I joined the Army
Reserve and attended the University of Alabama and Auburn
University as a member of the Army Specialized Training
Program. Upon reaching my eighteenth birthday in December,
1944, I reported for active duty in the Army and was
stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. I took my basic training
at Fort Knox, attended Officers Candidate School, and was
commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Armored Force. I was
sent to Germany in December of 1945 and spent the year in
1946 in Germany as a member of the Occupation Forces. I
remember I spent my nineteenth birthday on a troop train in
France. I returned to the United States in the fall of 1946
and was discharged from the Army. I entered the University
of Tennessee in the fall of 1947 and graduated in June,
1950, with a B. S. in Business Administration. I was a
member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at the University
along with my brother Claude, Sarah's brothers Buford,
Powell, Lewis, and Howard. Powell's and Howard's sons are
also members of Lambda Chi. Sarah's father was made an
honorary member.
     I met Sarah in the first week of the school year of
1949 at a church party at the Laurel Avenue Church of
Christ, and in a few weeks I knew that I loved Sarah as none
before in my life. In a short time, I asked her to marry me,
and we were married in June of 1950, shortly after my
graduation from the University. I have never loved anyone
else, and I know the greatest thing that ever happened to me
was my marriage to Sarah. When we returned from our
honeymoon in Gatlinburg, we lived in a small apartment on
Main Street in Oneida, moved into our new home in Oneida at
the corner of Cooper and Lafayette Street in 1955, and moved
to our present home at 304 Highland Heights, Goodlettsville,
in June, 1973.
     I became a partner with my father in Terry Motor
Company of Oneida, and owned the company with Jumby after my
father's death in 1954. Jumby, Ralph,and I opened a Ben
Franklin Store in Oneida in 1961, and later a store in
Sparta, Tennessee. I managed the store in Oneida until I
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moved to Nashville to accept my present position as Director
of the Personal Property Division, Department of General
Services, State of Tennessee. When I came to Nashville, I
sold my Ben Franklin interest to Ralph and Jumby. I was
elected to the Board of Directors of the First Trust and
Savings Bank of Oneida in 1957 and continue to serve as the
Senior Vice President. I was an active member of Tennessee
Automobile Dealers Association, American Legion, Kiwanis
Club, Conservation League, and served as a deacon and elder
of the Oneida Church of Christ. I was elected to the
Tennessee State House of Representatives for a two-year term
in 1956. I was elected to the State Senate for three two-
year terms in 1960, 1962, and 1964. After we moved to
Goodlettsville, we placed our membership at the Madison
Church of Christ, and I have served as an elder since June,
1978. Sarah has made a year-by-year history of our family
life, and I will not try to record it all in this history.
     We are very active in our church life, and I stay busy
with my state job. I am a member of the Board of Directors
and Chairman of the Board of the First Southern Savings and
Loan Association of Nashville. Sarah stays busy keeping
Gregory when Sereesa and Greg are at work. She enjoys a
pretty yard, roses, knitting, designing clothes, music,
photography, entertaining, and smocking. She teaches pre-
school children at Madison Church.
     Since we have lived in Goodlettsville, several members
of our family have visited us. The children have been
fortunate to have Sarah's aunt, Mrs. Bertha Powell Murphey,
"Ankie" as the family affectionately calls her, stay with us
for short periods of time. She is the only member of an
older generation that my children can still know and love.
     Our first child, Stephanie Rhea Terry b. 3/27/1951,
married Curtis Flinoie Faulkner, b. 10/9/1953, at the West
End Church of Christ, Nashville, Tennessee, on 3/10/1979.
Stephanie's middle name, Rhea, is for Sarah's Aunt Nellie
Rhea Powell. Stephanie attended the Oneida Public Schools
and graduated from Oneida High School. She was an honor
student and a cheerleader her senior year. She attended
Freed Hardeman College in Henderson, Tennessee, and
graduated from David Lipscomb College, Nashville, with a
B.A. in Accounting. She finished college in three years.
Stephanie is a Certified Public Accountant and is employed
by the Board of Regents of the State of Tennessee. Curtis is
a Bank Examiner with the Tennessee Department of Banking.
They live in Madison only a few minutes distance from our
home. Stephanie teaches Bible School and also knits for the
patients at Bordeaux Hospital. Curtis ushers and serves
communion at worship services.
     Saralee Winn Terry, b. 4/1/1955, is named for her
grandmothers, Sarah Winn and Paralee Terry. She attended
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Oneida Public Schools and graduated from Oneida High School,
where she played basketball four years. She attended Freed
Hardeman College and graduated from Middle Tennessee State
University in Murfreesboro with a B. S. in Planning. She has
a Masters Degree in Planning from the University of
Tennessee.  She is employed in the Tennessee State Planning
Office in Nashville, part of the Governor's staff. Saralee
has been active in volunteer work at Children's Hospital at
Vanderbilt. She works in Easter Seal telethons. Saralee and
Sereessa have taught Bible School.
     Sereessa Louise Terry, b. 2/8/1963, married Gregory
Todd Morgan, b. 3/22/1964, at our home in Goodlettsville on
19/1983. They have one son, Gregory Todd Morgan, Jr., b.
8/23/1983. He is our first grandchild and the joy of our
lives. Sereessa attended the Oneida Public Schools until we
moved to Goodlettsville. She entered Goodpasture Christian
School in the fifth grade and attended there until her
graduation from high school. She was a member of the State
Champion Goodpasture High School Band. She attended David
Lipscomb College her freshman year and transferred to Middle
Tennessee State University. She dropped out of school to go
to work after her marriage to Greg. She is employed at the
Fiddler's Inn Campground near Opryland in Nashville. Greg is
employed by Tennessee Department of Transportation. They
live in Nashville only a short distance from our home.
     Rachel Cowan Terry, b. 12/19/1964 on my birthday, is
named for her grandmother, Paralee Cowan Terry. Rachel is a
prominent name in both the Winn and Terry families. Rachel
attended the Oneida Public Schools her first two years and
entered Goodpasture Christian School in the third grade. She
graduated from Goodpasture High School, where she was a
cheerleader in Junior high school and her senior year of
high school. She was very active in school affairs and was a
member of the student council. She is a student at David
Lipscomb College and was a cheerleader her freshman year.
Rachel teaches Bible School to junior high girls.
     I trust I have given a true and factual record of the
Terry family of Scott County. It is my desire that all
interested parties might have access to this record, and
that others will continue to research and discover more
facts about our family.
                      THE TERRY FAMILY
1.   William Terry b. ca. 1724 d. ca. 1803
2.   John Terry b. ca. 1760, d. 12/7/1842
3.   Josiah Terry b. ca. 1780 d. ca. 1868
4.   Milton Terry b. 7/17/1834 d. 12/29/1904
5.   Alvin C. Terry b. 6/23/1866 d. 6/18/1957
6.   William  Claude Terry, Sr. b. 8/25/1893 d. 11/4/1954
7.   George Alvin Terry b. 12/19/1926
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                    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
                        COUNTY RECORDS
Anderson County, Tennessee, Court Minutes: 1801-9, 1803,
1804, 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808. Research by Gail Terry
Hemphill.
Botetourt County, Virginia, Court Records
Campbell County, Tennessee, Census of 1830 and Tax list 1818
Grainger County, Tennessee, Court Records 1799, 1800,
1801,1802.
Scott County, Tennessee, Census of 1850.
Wayne County, Kentucky, Census of 1810 and the Tax Lists of
1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813. Research by James E.
Terry.
                        STATE RECORDS
Kentucky Land Grants registered at Frankfort, Kentucky.
                    PRIVATE FAMILY PAPERS
Alvin C. Terry, James E. Terry, John Marion Terry, Woodford
Terry, Mrs. Raymond Wray.
                            BOOKS
A PARTIAL HISTORY OF WILLIAM TERRY AND HIS DESCENDANTS 1724-
1981, by Lula Terry Elliott.
DUSTY BITS OF SCOTT COUNTY HISTORY, by H. Clay Smith, as
printed in the SCOTT COUNTY NEWS.
LITTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, by Dorothy Litton Gable THE
STEVENSON STORY, by Eliza B. Woodall
TERRY AND ALLIED FAMILIES OF VIRGINIA, KENTUCKY, ILLINOIS,
TEXAS, VOLUME I, by Mrs. Frances Terry Ingmire.
THE ZENITH of 1914, Yearbook of the Nashville Bible School.
                       CHURCH RECORDS
THE BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH OF ONEIDA, TENNESSEE, RECORD
BOOK.
                          * * * * *
1985 MEMBERS AND FRIENDS

OF THE TERRY FAMILY HISTORIAN
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{Editor's Note: I had planned to list surnames as well as
addresses, however, there were not enough responses to the
June 1985 issue to warrant printing surnames.--Perhaps at a
later date we can do this.}
ADAMS, CURTIS J.  8601 W.  90TH TERRACE OVERLAND PARK KS
  66212
ADAMS, MATILDA B.  1481 RAINBROOK WAY  CORONA CA 91720
AMERICAN FAMILY RECORDS  311 E. 12TH ST.  KANSAS CITY MO
  64106
ANDERSON, MARTHA S.  109 BULL ST.  LAGRANGE GA 30240
ARCHIVES & SPECIAL COLLEC.  DACUS LIBRARY  ROCK HILL SC
  29733
ARKANSAS GENEALOGICAL SOC.  P.O. BOX 908  HOT SPRINGS AR
  71902
ARMACOST, CHRISTINE L.  SPRUCE HILL FARM  HAMPSTEAD MD 21074
ASH, BETTY B.  220 WOODLAND DR.  HILLSBORO OH 45133
ATKINS, JOAN MRS.  RT 1, BOX 233A  DIAMOND MO 64840
AUGUSTSON, A. W. MRS.  5904 WONDER DR.  FT. WORTH TX 76133
BAKER, JOANNA A.  15933 WETHERBURN RD.  CHESTERFIELD MO
  63017
BANFIL, DEBORAH L.  1139 ANCHOR ST.  BILLINGS MT 59105
BARKLEY, MARJORIE G.  1732 CRABTREE RD.  HIXSON TN 37343
BARNES, IRMA NELL  P.O. BOX 1066  VERNON AL 35592
BARRY, BIRNIE MRS.  1115 S. 22ND ST.  FT. SMITH AR 72901
BASS, CATHARINE  12 WACTOR ST.  SUMPTER SC 29150
BAXTER, MAJORIE  360 SAN JUAN DR.  PONTE VERDE FL 32082
BECKER, CINDY  2202 TESLA  COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80909
BEEMAN, RAY  701 D. ST. SPACE B8  CHULA VISTA CA 92010
BELK, COLLEEN  P.O. BOX 25  DUENWEG MO 64841
BLACKARD, FRANCES H.  4736 DICKENS  BATON ROUGE LA 70812
BLEVINS, SUSAN T.  510 WOODVIEW DR.  EXTON PA 19341
BLONSHINE, ARTA MRS.  7706 MAXWELL DR.  BOISE ID 83704
BLOOMQUIST, C. ADRIAN  214 STEPHANIE AVE.  LAFAYETTE LA
  70503
BOUSMAN, LETHA A.  RT 2, BOX 228  WILLARD MO 65781
BOWE, FLORENCE M.  7849 SE JOHNSON CR. BLVD.  PORTLAND OR
  97206
BRACKIN, HILDA T.  609 NICHOLSON AVE  GREENWOOD MS 38930
BRANSON, DOROTHY  797 S. JAMES RD. #14  COLUMBUS OH 43227
BRECKENRIDGE,CHERYL  RT 3, BOX 66  DOTHAN AL 36301
BROWN, CARLENE PEACOCK  RT 1, BOX 318  GILMER TX 75644
BROWN, FLOYD W. MR & MRS  RT 1  TROUP TX 75789
BROWN, MARGE  3005 PHYLLMAR PLACE  OAKTON VA 22124
BROWN, WARREN MRS.  RT 1, BOX 32  GENOA IL 60135
BRUCH, GAIL  8495 GRAND AVE.  YUCCA VALLEY CA 92284
BUNNELL, IRENE TUTTLE  401 N. ADAMS AVE.  FULLERTON CA 92632
BUSHNELL, JAMES J. MRS.  2919 FAIRWAY DR.  BIRMINGHAM AL
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BYRAM, JOHN C. MRS.  RT 2, BOX 183  TALLULAH LA 71282
CAIN, JANET E.  5977 WOODWAY DR.  HOUSTON TX 77057
CAMERON, JAMES V. MRS.  RT 7, BOX 619  EL DORADO AR 71730
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CARRINGTON, PAULINE  8297 TAMARISK AVE.  YUCCA VALLEY CA
  92284
CARTER, ALICE L.  BOX 121  WAXHAW NC 28173
CASTLE, BRADLEY  501 S. 2ND ST.  STILLWATER MN 55082
CASTLEMAN, SHIRLEY  P.O. BOX 52  WEATHERFORD OK 73096
CHAILLE, JOSEPH H.  2100 SANS SOUCI BLVD APT 1406  NORTH
  MIAMI FL 33181
CHATTIN, SANDRA  1848 BIMINI  SEABROOK TX 77586
CHILDERS,CATHRYN T.  P.O. BOX 10434  RALEIGH NC 27605
CLEMENT, MARY DEAN MISS  1711 ASHWOOD AVE.  NASHVILLE TN
  37212
COFFMAN, RICHARD L. MRS.  1326 CANARY LANE  SEGUIN TX 78155
CONOLLY, BEVERLY R.  19000 MUNCASTER RD.  DERWOOD MD 20855
COOPER, ROSANNA  25830 SEVENTH ST.  HEMET CA 92344
CORE, DOROTHY  RT 1, BOX 3  ALMYRA AR 72003
CORNELL, NANCY  1661 LAURANCEAE WAY  RIVERDALE GA 30286
COUCH, ELAINE  6848 SARAH ST.  TEMPERANCE MI 48132
CRAWFORD, LILLIE R. MRS.  264 WESLEY RD  GREEN COVE SPRINGS
  FL 32043
CRAWLEY, CAROLYN S.  102 CROOKED CREEK RD. RT 4  AIKEN SC
  29801
CUMMINGS, MARGARET A.  723 N. 6TH ST.  BLUE SPRINGS MO 64015
DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY  1515 YOUNG ST.  DALLAS TX 75201
DALTON, JEAN  1201 RIDGEWOOD CIR  SOUTHLAKE TX 76092
DAR MAGAZINE  1776 D. ST. NW  WASHINGTON DC 20006
DARTT, JUDITH F.  11200 BEGELOW  CERRITOS CA 90701
DAVIS, W. BURTON  9706 ALABAMA AVE.  SUN CITY AZ 85351
DEROSSITT, ALICE M.  BOX 896  FORREST CITY AR 72335
DEVORE, SALLY  P.O. BOX 75  DES ARC AR 72040
DICKINSON,CAROL S.  4100 O'MALLEY  ANCHORAGE AK 99507
DISHER, ROSE S.  319 CHESTNUT ST.  SALEM VA 24153
DOUGHERTY, JULIET S.  7159 BOYCE DR.  BATON ROUGE LA 70809
DOWELL, JUANITA  RT 3, BOX 75  STRAFFORD MO 65757
DOWNING, NANCY  1224 ONEIDA ST.  STORM LAKE IA 50588
DRAPER, GOLDEN T.  RT 2, BOX 4768  NYSSA OR 97913
DROBINSKI, JUDY  5820 MURRAY DR. APT H-48  HANAHAN SC 29406
EDDLEMAN, JEAN B.  5146 CARITA ST.  LONG BEACH CA 90808
EDMONDSON, J. D. MRS.  BOX 214  MEDFORD OK 73759
EMBRY, JOHN MRS.  216 NW 33RD ST.  OKLAHOMA CITY OK 73118
EVERTON PUBLISHERS  BOX 368  LOGAN UT 84321
FLYNT, GUI L  7865 CANYON HWY NO. 53  AMARILLO TX 79110
FOLSOM, BLAKE MRS.  407 HERITAGE MANOR  HARLINGEN TX 78550
FOWLER, DONNA  12701 - 126TH AVE. N.  LARGO FL 33540
FOX, ORIANNA T.  10703 BRECKENRIDGE DR.  LITTLE ROCK AR
  72211
FREMON, RICHARD C. MRS.  32 BARN OWL DR.  HACKETTSTOWN NJ
  07840
FRICKS, ERNEST E.  26 WINDMILL DR.  CLEMONTON NJ 08021
FUNDERBURK, ADAIR CAWYER  1205 AVE. G  BROWNWOOD TX 76801
FUQUA, DOROTHY  RT 3, BOX 133  CUSHING OK 74023
FUSSELL, NOVITA MRS.  P. O. BOX 279  OAKHURST TX 77359
GAINER, JOHN & DIANA  BOX 2313  APO NEW YORK NY 09127
GARFIELD CO. GEN. SOC.  P.O. BOX 1106  ENID OK 73702
GARRISON, IRENE R.  9 CAMPBELL ST.  DIVIDING CREEK NJ 08315
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GARRISON, MAY TERRY  1435 WASHINGTON AVE.  SPRINGFIELD MO
  65802
GEIGER, JESS J. MRS.  RT 5, BOX 75  WEST MONROE LA 71291
GENEALOGICAL LIBRARY  50 EAST NORTH TEMPLE ST.  SALT LAKE
  CITY UT 84150
GENEALOGY TOMMORRO  2815 CLEARVIEW PL #400  ATLANTA GA 30340
GEORGE, MARGIE S.  RT 2, BOX 163  GOLIAD TX 77963
GOULD, RICHARD MRS.  7243 N. VANDIVER  SAN ANTONIO TX 78209
GREEN, WILLIAM E.  1306 KINGS MTN. DR.  LITTLE ROCK AR 72211
GREENWAY, MACK MR & MRS  3917 ROANOKE DR.  GARLAND TX 75041
HAGAN, BARBARA T.  4 BECK'S LANDING  OWENSBORO KY 42301
HALLUM, SARAH FEW  P. O. BOX 592  CALHOUN CITY MS 38916
HANCOCK, DIANA RENSING  512 ZEPHYR CIRCLE  DANVILLE CA 94526
HARGER, HELEN E.  614 NORTH DEXTER DR.  LANSING MI 48910
HARRISON, LELA MRS.  303 E. 5TH  MCCOOK NE 69001
HARTELT, RUBY E.  BOX 44  ROSWELL NM 88201
HASH, LANA TERRY  RT 1, BOX 7  DICKENS TX 79229
HEIL, BETTY J.  2716 C DUBOIS RT.  RIVERTON WY 82501
HESTER, VIVIAN MRS.  BOX 364  VIENNA IL 62995
HEWETT, RUTH B.  315 VIEW ST.  DECORAH IA 52101
HILL, EMMA  327 RAVENHEAD  HOUSTON TX 77034
HILL, ROBERT R.  631 S. ECHO DR.  BRANDON FL 33511
HIXSON, EMILY LOU  26491 NEW BEDFORD RD.  SUN CITY CA 92381
HOBART, LUCILLE TERRY  1305 WOODSTOCK RD.  SAN MARINO CA
  91108
HOBBS, HELEN  409 MEMORIAL DR.  ABINGDON IL 61410
HOLCOMB, LINDA TERRY  107 FRANKLIN WAY  CUMMING GA 30130
HOLCOMB, LEON  P.O. BOX 698  MARIANNA AR 72360
HOLLEY, J. L. MRS.  203 JACKSON ST.  MCCOMB MS 39648
HOOKER, DARRELL R.  1051-55 GENEVA ST.  OCEANSIDE CA 92054
HOYT, MARY FRANCES  RT 2, BOX 60  LADDONIA MO 63352
HUDSON, CORNELIA K.  3109 S. LEWIS  TULSA OK 74105
HUFF, EVA  P.O. BOX 9948  COLLEGE STATION TX 77840
HUGHES, ALICE W.  3417 DEVONSHIRE DR.  BIRMINGHAM AL 35209
HUMPHREY, MARY V.  BOX 356  RUSSELLVILLE AR 72801
HUNTER, SARAH  9511 OVERWOOD  DALLAS TX 75238
HURD, WILLIAM K. MRS.  635 OVERBROOK  FT. WALTON BEACH FL
  32548
HUSTED, SUSAN L.  % ARAMCO BOX 5868  DHAHRAN SAUDIA ARABIA
I.F.R. GENEALOGY  5721 ANTIETAM DR.  SARASOTA FL 33581
INGMIRE, FRANCES TERRY MRS.  10166 CLAIRMONT DR.  ST LOUIS
  MO 63136
INMAN, MARY SUE  RFD 3, BOX 36  CHILLICOTHE MO 64601
JACOBS, CYNTHIA  16735 SCHOOL  SOUTH HOLLAND IL 60473
JERRIE, F. JORDAN MRS.  RT 2, BOX 507  ZWOLLE LA 71486
JOHNSON, ETHIEL B.  15834 DRYSDALE  SOUTHGATE MI 48195
JOHNSON, JANE MRS.  9041 E. OXFORD DR.  DENVER CO 80237
KASKIN, E. J. MRS.  501 JACKSON ST.  HAMPTON SC 29924
KELLEY, FRANCES  306 W. WEST ST.  STURGIS MI 49091
KELLEY, H. W. MR & MRS.  RT 2, BOX 224  DOWNSVILLE LA 71234
KUBERSKI, RENA  6121 HOYT ST.  ARVADA CO 80004
LAMB, MINNIE  4414 82ND ST.  LUBBOCK TX 79414
LANDERS, PAUL M.  18611 E. TRUMAN RD.  INDEPENDENCE MO 64056
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS  10 FIRST ST. S.E.  WASHINGTON DC 20540
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LINCOLN, EARL T. MRS.  136 AMANDA LANE  LOS GATOS CA 95030
LOCKARD, BILLIE  29 DU BOIS TERRACE  TUSCALOOSA AL 35401
LONGOBARDI, CARL A. MRS.  170 SPRUCE HAVEN DR.  WEXFORD PA
  15090
MACDONALD, MIRIAM E.  309 N. WESTWOOD DR.  WHEATON IL 60187
MARCELLO, SYDNEY TERRY  610 CHURCH ST.  RACELAND LA 70394
MARTIN, BETTY  605 N. ROBINSON  HARRISON AR 72601
MARTIN, DORTHEA DAY  314 LEONHARD AVE.  BAY ST. LOUIS MS
  39520
MARTIN, INEZ  833 AVACADO AVE.  EL CAJON CA 92020
MARTIN, MAURICE S.  26125 BARKSTONE DR.  RANCHO PALOS VERDES
  CA 90274
MASON, BERNICE  9120 GALLATIN RD  DOWNEY CA 90240
MCCARRON, VICKI  6717 2ND ST.  RT. 14  LUBBOCK TX 79416
MCCRAW, CAROL J.  546 MCKINLEY AVE.  WOODLAND CA 95695
MCILWAIN, J. S. MRS.  5310 RIVER THAMES RD.  JACKSON MS
  39211
MCKENZIE, NANCY R.  5011 CAIRE CR.  SANTA BARBARA CA 93111
MCMURRAY, FAY R.  2815 BERNADETTE LN.  HOUSTON TX 77043
MILAM, ROSALIE  5745 DUFF ST.  BEAUMONT TX 77706
MILLER, FAYE M.  807 SPRING ST.  WEATHERFORD TX 76086
MILLER, NANCY  BOX 331  BRANDON FL 33511
MITCHELL, GENEVIEVE BESS  2403 INCA LANE  NEW BRIGHTON MN
  55112
MONTGOMERY, PAULINE T.  RT 2, BOX 14  SHOALS IN 47581
MOORE, PHILLIP DR.  680 RIVERBEND DR.  OWOSSO MI 48867
MOREHOUSE, D. W. MRS.  316 W. WALNUT ST.  CARBONDALE IL
  62901
MORRIS, MARTIN A.  200 NO. MESA HILLS DR. #1613  EL PASO TX
  79912
MORRIS, WILLIAM S. MRS.  2580 UTAH ST.  NAPA CA 94558
MUIR, NORMALEENE  RT 1, BOX 408  DECATUR TX 76234
MUSGRAVE, GERALDEAN HORTON  1783 PIEDMONT CR.  ERLANGER KY
  41018
NATIONAL GEN. SOC.  4527 SEVENTEENTH ST. N.  ARLINGTON VA
  22207
NEITZEL, ROBERT S. MRS.  110 JOFFRION ST.  MARKSVILLE LA
  71851
NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY  ACQUISITION DIV., ATTN:OA  FIFTH
  AVENUE AT 42ND ST.  NEW YORK NY 10018
NICHOLS, JOHN D.  C/O ALCOA SAO LUIZ, BRAZIL  1501 ALCOA
  BUILDING  PITTSBURGH PA 15219
NIEDERMAIER, E. J. MRS.  4800 SAMUELL BLVD  DALLAS TX 75228
NORWOOD, JAY M. MRS.  P.O. BOX 515  WICHITA FALLS TX 76307
OBERBECK, JERRIS A.  RT 4  JACKSON MO 63755
OLDHAM, ALLIE  START RT 3, BOX A 5  PAGOSA SPRINGS CO 81147
PAFFORD, MICHAEL  RT 3, BOX 3165A  BLACKSHEAR GA 31516
PALMER, AMELIA ESTES  1211 GROSSCUP AVE.  DUNBAR WV 25064
PARK, GEORGIA  1101 SANDRA LANE  GRAND PRAIRIE TX 75052
PARKER, BARRIE  P.O. BOX 165  MCLEOD TX 75565
PAYNE, WILLIAM A. MRS  5036 CRESTWOOD DR.  LITTLE ROCK AR
  72207
PEACH, DOROTHY JEAN  523 CHAUTAUQUA  NORMAN OK 73069
PEOPLES, CLIFFORD MRS.  RT 3, BOX 167  WALTERS OK 73572
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PERKINS, D. E. MR & MRS  BOX 103  SUNBURY NC 27979
PHILEN, DORENE  3017 BROOKVIEW DR.  PLANO TX 75074
PLASS, VIRGINIA  RT 1, BOX 201  TULELAKE CA 96134
PORTER, DON  47170 ROSEMARY  UTICA MI 48087
PRESTON, RUTH TERRY  1222 RAGUET ST. #3  NACOGDOCHES TX
  75961
PRICE, ROBERT S. MRS.  BOX 1044  FAIRFIELD TX 75840
QUICK, LURENE  RT. 4, BOX 279  SWAINSBORO GA 30401
RAINVILLE, DON & RITA  5012 STEVELY  LAKEWOOD CA 90713
RANKIN, LOUIS A.  3935 ROBIN HILL RD.  FLINTRIDGE CA 91011
RAY, JEWEL  4304 43RD ST.  LUBBOCK TX 79413
RAYMOND, FREDERICKA  1210 ANN ST.  WEATHERFORD TX 76086
REED, WILLIAM C. JR.  1602 W. MARGARET AVE.  PEORIA IL 61604
REID, JANET  13863 KINBROOK  SYLMAR CA 91342
RICKS, ADRIAN  5322 STONEGATE  DALLAS TX 75209
ROBERTS, OWEN MR.  BOX 677  BROOKHAVEN MS 39601
ROEHL, NANCY  2924 CRESTLINE DR.  BELLINGHAM WA 98226
ROWAN, ROBERT A.  5500 NEWBERRY LN.  KNOXVILLE TN 37921
ROWLAND, OWEN D.  RT 1, BOX 21  MC CASKILL AR 71847
RUSSELL, JAMES N.  7124 2ND AVE. N.  BIRMINGHAM AL 35206
RUTLEDGE, V. H.  946 17TH AVE.  LONGVIEW WA 98632
SCHLUETER, JOAN E.  3406 BROOKMEADE  ROLLING MEADOWS IL
  60008
SEARS, HAROLD R.  8104 JEFFERSON  KANSAS CITY MO 66114
SEDENQUIST, FRED W.  12010 GREENLEAF DR.  HUNTSVILLE AL
  35803
SEIGLER, VERA B.  RT 1, BOX 201  MEADOWS OF DAN VA 24120
SKINNER, LARRY D.  RT 1, BOX 679D  BRYCEVILLE FL 32009
SMITH, PATRICIA  1514 LATTA RD  ADA OK 74820
SNYDER, SUSAN  1610 S. 9TH  COTTAGE GROVE OR 97424
SPENCER, JUANITA T.  RT 2 BOX 122  HUNTINGBURG IN 47542
SPIESS, SHEILA J.  RT 1, BOX 54-BA  HELOTES TX 78023
STALLWORTH, T. A. MRS.  102 SUNSET DR. P. O. BOX 766
  CHESTER SC 29706
STANSFIELD, MARY L.  18300 CORTE DEL MONTANA  SONORA CA
  95370
STEED, BARBARA I. MRS.  101 MOUNTAIN VIEW AVE  LAKE ELSINORE
  CA 92330
STEPHENS, GENE R.  RT 1, BOX 43A  RAYVILLE LA 71269
STOCKTON, ROBERT L. MD  P.O. BOX 3188  WACO TX 76707
STRATTON, SELBY B.  3913 WATSON PL., NW  WASHINGTON DC 20016
STRONG, RONNIE  1014 SR 321 RT 2  SARDINIA OH 45171
TEMPLETON, E. O. JR.  BOX 96  STARKVILLE MS 39759
TENNESSEE GEN. SOC.  BOX 12124  MEMPHIS TN 38112
TERRY, ALAN CURTIS  RT 1, BOX 83B  BINGER OK 73009
TERRY, ARLENE  6434 LARSEN LN.  SHAWNEE KS 66203
TERRY, B. R.  RT 1, BOX 168  SONTAG MS 39665
TERRY, BERNIS G.  5416 WINDSOR LN.  SHAWNEE MISSION KS 66205
TERRY, BETTY ANN  807 SANNONER  FLORENCE AL 35630
TERRY, C. MORRIS  3307 BRECKENRIDGE DR.  LITTLE ROCK AR 72207
TERRY, C. A.  RT 7, BOX 350  JACKSONVILLE TX 75766
TERRY, DANIEL E.  613 BURNSIDE ST.  TOMS RIVER NJ 08757
TERRY, DENNIS  BOX 271  WELLINGTON KS 67152
TERRY, DONALD F. DR.  4500 NASSAU  WICHITA FALLS TX 76308
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TERRY, DOROTHY HOYT  2584 COLUMBIA BLVD  ST. HELENS OR 97051
TERRY, DWIGHT L. D.  1433 COUNTY LINE RD.  WILLIS TX 77378
TERRY, E. T.  888 NADINE AVE.  EUGENE OR 97404
TERRY, EARNEST L.  5010 37TH AVE.  MERIDIAN MS 39301
TERRY, EDDIE  RT 1, BOX 1092  RUSTON LA 71270
TERRY, ELMER  3011 - 28TH ST.  LUBBOCK TX 79410
TERRY, ERNEST CPT.  30TH MED BP BOX 33  APO NEW YORK NY
  09279
TERRY, FAYE HENDRIX  1713 DIANNE ST. SW  DECATUR AL 35601
TERRY, GEORGE ALVIN  304 HIGHLAND HEIGHTS  GOODLETSVILLE TN
  37092
TERRY, GLEN MR./MRS.  RT. 1, BOX 83A  BINGER OK 73009
TERRY, HERMAN W.  8306 KNURLED OAKS LANE  SPRING TX 77379
TERRY, J. MALCOLM  P.O. BOX 186  HARRISONBURG LA 71340
TERRY, JACK R.  103 JAMES RIVER RD.  KIMBERLING CITY MO
  65686
TERRY, JAMES H.  201 SICILY ST.  HARRISONBURG LA 72360
TERRY, JAY  224 WOODLAND DR.  OREM UT 84058
TERRY, JENNIFER YVONNE  19103 BENFIELD AVE.  CERRITOS CA
  90701
TERRY, JIM  BOX 308  MISSOURI CITY TX 77459
TERRY, JOHN D.  13953 PERKINS RD.  BATON ROUGE LA 70810
TERRY, JOHN L.  833 FLORIDA S. E.  ALBUQUERQUE NM 87108
TERRY, LEE  1008 S. 14TH ST.  CHICKASHA OK 73018
TERRY, LORI MS.  RT 1, BOX 83 A  BINGER OK 73009
TERRY, MARIE E.  RT 1, BOX 211  SILEX MO 63377
TERRY, PAUL B.  1502 GODWIN  HOUSTON TX 77023
TERRY, PHILLIP  BOX 1053  BEEVILLE TX 78102
TERRY, RALPH STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY  BOX 958  COLEMAN TX 76834
TERRY, RICHARD MRS.  RT 6, BOX 721  BAY ST. LOUIS MS 39520
TERRY, ROBERT MIKE  BOX 1531  ENID OK 73702
TERRY, ROBERT H.  1018 KENILWORTH PKWY  BATON ROUGE LA 70808
TERRY, ROBERT W.  4900 SPRINGDALE RD.  CINCINNATI OH 45247
TERRY, ROGER DR.  2841 SHAKESPEARE DR.  SAN MARINO CA 91108
TERRY, S. D.  4002 HAMILTON ST.  HYATTSVILLE MD 20781
TERRY, SUSAN C.  23 OAK GROVE AVE.  BRATTLEBORO VT 05301
TERRY, THOMAS J.  730 CELUM RD  CLINT TX 79836
TERRY, THURMAN T. MRS.  13803 COLD SPRINGS  HUMBLE TX 77338
TERRY, V. L. MRS.  617 UTAH ST.  CHICKASHA OK 73018
TERRY, VALERIE  RT 3, BOX 154  PRINCETON WV 24740
TERRY, W. SANDFORD JR.  13912 AUTUMN WOODS RD.  MIDLOTHIAN
  VA 23113
TERRY, W. A.  P.O. BOX 376  HENDERSON NC 27536
TERRY, WAYNE  BOX 600  CARNEGIE OK 73015
TERRY, WILLIAM E.  782 SKYLINE DR.  JACKSON TN 38301
TERRY, WOODFORD  111 WILTSHIRE DR.  OAK RIDGE TN 37830
THOMAS, PEGGY J.  1118 HORIZON TR.  RICHARDSON TX 75081
THOMPSON, JOYCE  533 HUGH ST.  NORTH AUGUSTA SC 29841
THOMPSON, PAUL T.  4804 GROUSE RUN DR, #K-1  STOCKTON CA
  95207
TILL, WHITMAN N.  RT 3, BOX 141  LUVERNE AL 36049
TOLLE, MARY E.  2488 ORCHARD CREST  UTICA MI 48087
TRI-STATE TRADER  P.O. BOX 90-MP  KNIGHTSTOWN IN 46148
VENABLE, WILLIAM R.  3941 WEST 98TH ST.  OVERLAND PARK KS  
  66207
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WALKER, HAROLD D.  P.O. BOX 141  GREEN RIVER WY 82935
WALTON, JUNE R.  RT 1, BOX 427 A  RUFFIN NC 27326
WARD, RAY R.  RT 3, BOX 63  GATESVILLE TX 76528
WEEDE, M. A. MRS.  3111 MELODY DR.  LA MARQUE TX 77568
WELDON, L. W. MRS.  317 WILSON AVE.  MORGANTOWN WV 26505
WELLS, JOEL DIXON  RT 2, BOX 895  HAMPTON GA 30228
WESTBROOK, RUBY T. MRS.  RT 1, BOX 38  SMITHDALE MS 39664
WHITE, ANNA M.  214 NORTH "B" ST.  WELLINGTON KS *
  *Address correction requested.
WHITE, MAUREEN E.  1309 E. GRANADA RD.  PHOENIX AZ 85006
WILES, MARIE DAVIS  RT. 1, BOX 257  PLATTSMOUTH NE 68048
WILLIAMS, EDITH L.  RT 7, BOX 192  JOPLIN MO 64801
WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH ALFORD  734 MAYER ST.  GREENVILLE MS
  38701
WILLIAMS, J. C. MRS.  2232 BRECKINRIDGE RD.  JACKSON MS
  39204
WILLIAMS, MORRIS  6832 BENSON ST.  HUNTINGTON PARK CA 90255
WILSON, WILLIAM T.  2980 STANFORD LN.  EL DORADO HILLS CA
  95630
WINN, MURPHY B.  31 HELD CIRCLE  CHARLESTON SC 29412
WISCONSIN STATE HIST. SOC.  816 STATE ST.  MADISON WI 53706
WISE, SUSAN E.  39800 FREMONT BLVD.  FREMONT CA 94538
WOMACK, VIRGINIA KISER  4428 RANDALL DR.  SPRINGFIELD OH
  45503
WRAY, RAYMOND MRS.  1606 N. WILLOW OAK  LONGVIEW TX 75601
WYNN, LEONARD L. MRS.  RT 7, BOX 6  LEANDER TX 78641
YARBROUGH, ANN  229 WILLOW BEND  HUNTSVILLE TX 77340
YELL COUNTY HIST. SOC.  BOX 356  RUSSELLVILLE AR 72801

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010985 AUSTIN ELDER FERGERSON FRANKLIN GRAY HACKER DUKE
KOEPKE FERGUSON SUMPTER CARTER DAY
TERRY, William Dallas b.  Woodburg, Butler Co.  KY 14 Feb
1878 m. (1) Norman Hacker m.  (2) Elizabeth Jane Duke m.  (3)
Mabel E.  Koepke [my mother].
TERRY, George Carter b. KY 11 Oct 1856 d.  KY 22 Jul 1943
m. KY 22 Apr 1877 Mary Tom Ferguson b. 16 Nov 1855 d. 8 Aug
1894.
TERRY, George Washington b. KY Jun 1819 d. ?? m. KY 20 Aug
1843 Sarah Jane Sumpter b. KY 1827.
TERRY, William B. TERRY b. VA 1785 d. KY 12 Apr 1860 m. Mary
Bean Carter.
TERRY, Obadiah P. b. VA 1756 d. KY 6 Mar 1826 m. 2 Oct 1780
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Sarah Day b. Va 14 Jun 1762.
TERRY, Thomas b. ca 1732 d. ca 1804 m. ca 1754 Ann ______.
     I am trying to prove George Washington Terry's parents.
I plan a trip to Salt Lake City in August. Matilda B. Adams
1481 Rainbrook Way, Corona CA 91720.
020985 TERRY STOCKTON ABBOTT ANDREWS ANDERS CORD ADAIR
              TERRY Line of Robert L. Stockton
                4617 Scottwood Waco TX 76708
1.   STOCKTON, Robert Louis b. Oklahoma Co. OK 12 Jun 1932;
     m. Oklahoma Co. OK 31 Aug 1957 Sylvia Zoe Davis b.
     Oklahoma Co.  OK 20 Jul 1935.
2.   STOCKTON, Frank Howard b. Wise Co. TX 2 Jul 1895
     d. Oklahoma Co. OK 29 Oct 1960 m. Gray Co. TX 1 Jan
     1922;
3.   ABBOTT, Lola Bess b. Childress Co. TX 26 Jul 1900
6.   ABBOTT, Daniel Lewis b. Union Par. LA 11 May 1860 d.
     Gray Co. TX 4 Apr 1935 m. Union Par. LA 29 Nov 1884;
7.   ANDREWS (ANDERS),  Lucy "Lula" Coma b.  Union Par LA 8
     Apr 1863 d. Potter Co. TX 15 Oct 1946.
14.  ANDREWS (ANDERS), John Wesley? b. Union Par. LA 7 Dec
     1824 d. Pineville, LA 3 Aug 1864 m. ca. Rapides Par. LA
     ca. 1845;
15.  TERRY, Lucy Ann b. Perry Co. AL 24 Mar 1827 d. Union
     Par. LA 1889.
     Enclosed is an ancestor chart on myself, showing a Lucy
Ann  TERRY b.  24 Mar 1827 probably of William B.  TERRY and
Rebecca CORD, with known verified marriage 19 Mar 1827 Perry
Co.  AL.   I  would appreciate verification and any info  on
Union Parish,  LA or Union Co.  AR Terry's.  There is also a
verified marriage of James TERRY to Martha E.  ADAIR 25  Feb
1839.  Ref:  England, Flora D., "Marriage Records, Perry Co.
AL 1820-1839" Personal publication 1955.
030985 BAILY CLARK SMITH TERRY BLEVINS
Billie Joystal Terry Smith; James Dewitt Terry b. Milford, TX
1897; William Henry Terry b. South Boston, VA 1860;; Capt.
James E. Terry b. Pitts. Co. VA 1809. Susan T. Blevins, 510
Woodview Dr., Exton PA 19341.
040985 TERRY
Researching:
1.   Dennis R. TERRY r. Wellington, KS
2.   Roy TERRY-- Barry Co. MO 1910
4.   Wesley S. TERRY-- Barry Co. MO 1883
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8.   John King TERRY-- Benton Co. AR 1838
16.  Martin TERRY-- Gibson Co. IN 1814
32.  William TERRY-- Hawkins (Sullivan) Co. TN 1785
Dennis R. TERRY, Box 271, Wellington KS 67152.
050985 TERRY CORE JONES
Seeking roots of Terrys in Arkansas and Desha Co., AR, who
according to census records were in AR by 1850 Census.
Dorothy Jones Core, Rt. 1, Box 3, Almyra AR 72003.
060985 TERRY FYFFE SKAGGS TOLLE
    I have a picture of my grandmother, her name was not
TERRY but she was the daughter of Ruth TERRY Fyffe, the
granddaughter of Miles and Nancy Skaggs TERRY of Floyd Co.
KY. This picture is old since it was taken around 1880. Will
be moving to Kentucky soon. Mary Tolle, 2488 Orchard Crest
Bldg 29, Utica MI 48087.
070985 TERRY FRYER PRICE BURKS FORREST MABRY MAYBERRY IVY
GUNTER HUCKABY SNEED
     Researching the above names, Barbara Fryer Price, Box
1044 Fairfield TX 75840.
080985 TERRY BURIES? BURRIS
I was named after my grandmother, Sally TERRY Buries/Burris?
from Smith or Rankin Co., MS. Sally Gipson DeVore, Box 75,
Des Arc AR 72040.
090985 TERRY WRIGHT TANNER ANDERSON
     Researching the family of John and Antho Wright TERRY.
John was b. 1799 SC d. 20 Jan 1870 in Campbell Co. GA. Antho
Wright TERRY b. 1805 SC d. 23 Sep 1875 in Campbell Co. GA.
Their dau. Nancy C. TERRY b. SC 1829 married William A.
Tanner 1 Apr 1852 in Campbell Co. GA. John and Antho Terry
had other children, John W. b. 1830, Louisa b. 1824, Nancy C.
b. 1829, Joseph M. b. 1832 and Roberson W. b. 1826. Martha S.
Anderson, 109 Bull St., LaGrange GA 30240.
100985 FARIS TURLEY MOXLEY ALLISON DUDLEY SIMMELINK REID
COCHRAN BECKER
Researching above names, Cynthia S. Becker, 2202 Tesla Dr.,
Colorado Springs CO 80909.
110985 TERRY MORRIS
     Address change from Martin "Marty" A. Morris Jr., 716
Edgewood Ave., Madison WI 53711 to 200 No Mesa Hills Dr.
#1613, El Paso TX 79912.
120985 TERRY THOMPSON
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     Address change from Paul T. Thompson 6116 Herndon Pl,
Stockton CA 95209 to 4804 Grouse Run Dr., K1 Stockton CA
95207.
130985 TERRY CAMERON.
     Address change from Mrs. James V. Cameron, 1818 Lauri,
El Dorado AR 71730 to Rt. 7, Box 619, El Dorado AR 71730.
140985 TERRY IRBY JOHNS MINTER GOOCH MIMS WILLIAMS
     1)   James TERRY, Lunnenburg Co., VA m. Diana Royall
     2)   Benjamin TERRY b. ?? d. Camden Par., Pittsylvania
          Co. VA 12/28/1760 or 1769  m. Elizabeth Irby.
     3)   William TERRY b. VA ca. 1732 d. bf. Edgefield Dist
          SC 1771 m. Susannah Johns of Charlotte Co. VA.
     4)   William S/J TERRY b. VA 8/8/1750 d. Edgefield
          Dist. SC 2/26/1816 m. Sally Minter dau. of Joseph
          Minter of Charlotte Co. VA and wife of Annamirah
          Gooch Minter.
     5)   Joseph Minter TERRY b. Edgefield Dist. SC
          4/27/1799 d. TERRY, Hinds Co. MS 8/22/1862 m. (2)
          Rachel Mims, dau. of Livingston Mims.
     References:
     1 - SAR record of Thadeus Magee TERRY
     2 - Said SAR record; Va Mag. & Hist., abstracts of
         Pitts Co., wills Vol 19, pg. 373; and others.
     3 - DAR lineage Vol. 121 pg 224-225; letter from Mrs.
         Ballou of Richmond, VA stated William TERRY was a
         brother of Nathaniel T; not listed in father's
         will.
     4 - Primary deeds of land grants after the Rev. War -
         See TFH Vol. I, Jun 1982, pg. 136. Jay TERRY
         graciously gave me primary copies of these land
         grant deeds, & estate Settlement--a descendant
         shared primary copies of Estate settlement; bible;
         wife Sally M.  Terry's will & other documents.
         TFH Vol I, #1 Jun 1982 pg. 37--William TERRY pd
         indent interest (SC) to John Purves--John Purves
         had land adj.  William TERRY, as recorded in one of
         the sd deeds after the Rev.
         The Minters; Gooches; Stokes; Elams; Morgans and
         many others mentioned in the primary documents of
         William TERRY who married Sally Minter are found in
         Charlotte & Halifax (cut from Pitts.) Co.'s and in
         Edgefield Dist. SC all residing on creeks as did
         said William TERRY.
         Edgefield Co., SC Records, by Janie Revill Pub
         1984. Goode, William--Grant 22 Nov 1771--348 1/2
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         Acres sold by Robert Key dower Martha to John
         Hollingsworth on Beaver Dam. Bd. Est Wm. TERRY,
         Hugh Moss, Joel Rogers, except pt. adj. Mrs. TERRY
         which Wm. TERRY has enclosed. Wm. M. Burns Plat
         Edgefield Deed 33-211. Mrs. John C. Williams, 2232
         Breckinridge Rd., Jackson MS 39204.
150985 TERRY DEROSSITT
     Address change from Alice Macmillan DeRossitt 1527 N.
Division St. Forrest City AR 72335 to P.O. Box 896, Forrest
City AR 72335.
160985 TERRY HART WALL ADKINS STOW CRAWLEY YOUNG AMOS
    Researching John TERRY m. Warren Co. GA 1828 Elizabeth
Hart; Mary TERRY b. 1830 m. 17 Nov 1848 Lewallen Washington
Wall b.  1825; Homer Augustus Wall b. 11 Jan 1869 m. Mayme
Smith Adkins b.  26 Jan 1875; Nadine Wilson Wall . 9 Jul 1894
m. E. Everett Stow b. 26 Nov 1883; Carolyn P. Stow m. 22 Feb
1964 E. DeWitt Crawley. My great grandmother, Mary TERRY
Wall's obituary [July 2, 1921, Columbus GA Inquirer] listed
survivors: Two sisters, Mrs. M. O. Young and Mrs. John Amos,
Edison, Georgia and one brother, "Doc" TERRY, Charon,
Georgia. What were given names of survivors? Want to
correspond with any descendants. New address for Carolyn S.
Crawley is 102 Crooked Creek Rd.  Rt 4, Aiken SC 29801.
170985 TERRY BOGGS SKAGGS RIGSBY HOLBROOK LYON CORBIN PRINCE
HANNAH GORDON-JORDON GILES DEBOARD HAMILTON
     Researching above names, Donna L.Fowler 12701 126th Ave.
N #52, Largo FL 33544.
180985 TERRY STEPHENS GILREATH WEST CAMPBELL PARKS COMBS
     Have been researching James TERRY of Scott Co. TN.  The
1870 census of Scott Co. has his wife as Mary. I have
recently learned his wife's name was Tilda Smith. Was he
married twice? James TERRY is the father of Leonard, my g-g-
grandfather.
1.   Daniel TERRY b. 2 Feb 1951
2.   Ancil TERRY b. Stearns, KY 1 Oct 1918
3.   Jonathan Crawford TERRY b. Scott Co. TN 4 Feb 1887 d. 4
     Oct 1976 m. (1) Victoria Stephens.
4.   Leonard TERRY b. Scott Co. TN 14 Sep 1861 d. 23 Dec 1955
     m. Lucy West.
5.   James TERRY b. Scott Co. TN Dec 1817.
Daniel E.  TERRY 613 Burnside St., Toms River NJ 08757.
190985 TERRY ELLIOTT BROWN
     Just to inform you the dedication of my Revolutionary
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Ancestor John Terry's D.A.R. plaque and grave will be June
16, 1985 at Gatchel, IN near Tell City at 2 p.m. Plans are
made for 100-120 descendants. You will be welcome.  Lula
TERRY Elliott, 301 Pine St.  Clayton NM 88415. [Wish I could
have made it, Ms. Elliott is a descendant of William of
Botetourt, VA and has published a TERRY book mainly dealing
with John and Esther /Brown/ TERRY descendants--Editor.]
200985 TERRY HAVENS KUHL
     Researching Mary TERRY b. NY d. NY 1845 m. Jay D.
Havens b. 1816. Children: Mary (Loretta) b. 1833, Harlow b.
1837, Rosett b. 1840, William b. 1841, George b.  1843,
Nelson b. 1844. They lived in Wyoming and St. Lawrence Co.'s
NY. Cathy Kuhl, 2210 N. 6TH St., North St. Paul MN 55109.
210985 TERRY DIPP WILEY
     Researching Charles R. TERRY b. NC 24 Jun 1845 d. 15 Jan
1918 m. 11 Mar 1884 Allie P. Dipp.  He was in the Civil War
[Co. A -- 8th MS Inf. CSA]. they had 8 children: Beverly
Edwin, Elizabeth, Myrtle May, Eula Vivean, Hettie Edith,
Virginia, Texanna, Bessie Lynn. Will be glad to exchange any
info. Need Charles  & Allie's parents. Elsie B. Wiley, P.O.
Box 421, Chico TX 76030.
220985 TERRY MATTERSON WILLIAMS MATHISON HOLCOMB CLEMENT
MCCOMBS GOOCH GARNER BLACKWELL.
     Just a not to say how much I am enjoying the TFH. The
article in the June, 1985, issue on Dr. Luther TERRY really
got my attention! For months I have been trying to get info
on the TERRYS around Red level and Moundville area of Ala.;
then to see Mrs. Augustsons' mention of these Terrys. My line
was printed in the Sep. 1984, edition and now I have a
correction to make. On my fifth generation I have found the
female line might be as follows:
William TERRY b. Edgefield Co. SC 1811 m. Bibb Co. AL ca.
1840-41 Emiline Matterson Williams. William d.  Jefferson Co.
AL 1888 and Emiline d.  Jefferson Co. AL 1898. I rec'd a
letter noting the marriage of Emiline Matterson [prob.
"Mathison"] and Benjamin Williams in Greene Co. AL 1837.
Benjamin d.  shortly after the marriage. Mrs.  Linda TERRY
Holcomb 107 Franklin Way, Cumming GA 30130.
230985 TERRY GEORGE STEWART BOYLES SMITH CLEMENT
        TERRY Line of Mrs. Joe H. [Margie S.] George
               Rt. 2, Box 163, Goliad TX 77963
1.   STEWART, Margie S.
2.   STEWART, Luther Hampton b. Bee Co. TX 13 Jul 1905 m.
     Beeville, Bee Co. TX 4 May 1931;
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3.   TERRY, Cynthia Sue b. Ector Co. TX 28 Nov 1905
6.   TERRY, George Washington b. AL 12 Jul 1859 d. Beeville,
     Bee Co. TX 1 Sep 1943 m. 1 Jan 1890;
7.   TERRY, Martha Elizabeth b. Hale Co. AL 28 Mar 1868 d.
     George West, Live Oak Co. TX 9 Feb 1961.
12.  TERRY, Richard Everett b. SC 30 Jan 1818 d. Clay Co. TX
     26 May 1896 m. ca. 1842;
13.  BOYLES, Nancy Blackburn b. ca. 1825
14.  TERRY, Hilliard Judge b. Bibb Co. AL 10 Nov 1821 d.
     Hale Co. AL 27 Sep 1881 m. ??
15.  SMITH, Mary Ann b. Hale Co. AL 7 Feb 1834 d. Malakoff,
     Henderson Co. TX 26 Apr 1917
24.  TERRY, James
25.  CLEMENT, Susannah b. SC ca. 1785
28.  Same as # 24.
29.  Same as # 25.
240985 TERRY TUESNELL STINSON MCCAWLEY SHAVER
     I am seeking info on Cara "Cora" Bell TERRY Tuesnell b.
Jefferson Co. KY 1881, daughter of James W. TERRY d. 8 Feb
1927 m. Mary Stinson 1859-1860. James W.'s father was Joseph
TERRY Jr. b. Jefferson Co. KY 24 Aug 1799 d. 25 Jun 1855 m.
8 Oct 1826 Elizabeth McCawley. Dorothy Shaver 7475 Ballentine
Pk., Springfield OH 45502.
250985 TERRY BRESNAHAN ARNETT COMBS GABBARD
Researching TERRY families in Breathitt Co. KY.
Inez Faith TERRY b. 18 Oct 1924; French TERRY b. 18 Mar 1888
m.  Ellamae Arnett; Robert Lee TERRY Sr b.  1861 m.  Belle
Combs; Isaac TERRY b.  1820 m.  Barbara Gabbard; Thomas
TERRY.  Inez Faith TERRY Bresnahan 12861 Chamblee Lane, St.
Louis MO 63141.
260985 TERRY DRAPER BRYANT HATTON KETCHAM
Researching the above names, Mrs. Golden T. Draper, Rt 2, Box
4768, Nyssa OR 97913.
270985 TERRY FRICKS CLARK CARTER FORTNER FRITTS EVERETT
BAIRD/BEARD ENGLISH ELLISON
Terry Fritz Clark b. TN 05 Oct 1905 d. FL 13 Dec 1973 m. 29
May 1929 Myrtle I. Baird.
Rose Ellen Terry b. TN 29 Aug 1879 d. TN 30 Dec 1930 m. 26
Oct 1898 Lee Clark.
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Jesse Terry b. TN 1822 d. TN 1893? m. 18 Apr 1869 Ellen
Fritts Irons.
Jessee Terry b. VA ca. 1760 d. ca. 1840 m. Hannah McNair 31
Mar 1797.
Seek any info on Jessee Terry listed in San Augustine Co., TX
1840 Census. Where born, family, where and when died and
buried. Will assist TFH members with Terry Lines in NJ. My
own line is in TN but I am located in NJ. E. E. Fricks, 26
Windmill Dr., Clementon, NJ 08021.
280985 TERRY FUNDERBURK CAWYER TAYLOR ADAMS
          Terry line of Arnold Clifford Funderburk,
             1205 Ave. "G", Brownwood TX 76801.
1.  FUNDERBURK, Arnold Clifford b. San Saba, TX 1 Apr 1917 m.
    Nueces Co. TX 28 Jul 1938 Ethel Adair Cawyer b. Mercury,
    TX 26 Dec 1918.
2.  FUNDERBURK, Elgie Lee b. San Saba Co. 4 Apr 1893 d.
    Goldthwaite, TX 4 Mar 1984, bur. San Saba City Cem.
3.  TAYLOR, Ora Lee b. San Saba Co. TX 8 Jan 1897 d. Mills
    Co. TX 16 Feb 1981 m.
6.  TAYLOR, James Thomas b. San Saba Co. TX 8 Aug 1863 d.
    San Saba Co. TX 5 Aug 1954, bur Terry Cem. m. ??;
7.  TERRY, Martha Emma b. 20 Aug 1867 d. 1944, bur.  Terry
    Cemetery.
14. TERRY, Stephen Woodson b. TN 17 Nov 1828 d. San Saba Co.
    TX 7 Dec 1913 m. Haywood Co. TN 8 Aug 1847
15. ADAMS, Volumnia Jane  b.  TN 1 Oct 1830 d. San Saba Co.
    TX 29 Aug 1901, dau. of John A. Adams.



290985 TERRY PHILPOT DALTON
Interested in _____ Terry m. Lou Ellen Philpot b. 20 Dec 1890
d. 8 Nov 1968, live at Tahoka, TX in 1957. Jean Philpot
Dalton, 1201 Ridgewood, Southlake, TX 76092.
30985 MCGEE, STINSON, JOYCE, MCGUFFEE, THOMPSON, TODD,
AUSTIN, SCARBROUGH.
Researching above names. Same line as Mrs. Alice Ann
DeRossitt and Polly Terry Carrington. Mrs. J. Malcolm Terry,
P. O. Box 186, Harrisonburg LA 71340.
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310985 TERRY SKINNER
Researching Bird Terry, Christopher Columbus Terry, Alfred F.
Terry. Larry D. Skinner, Rt 1, Box 679-D, Bryceville, FL
32009.
320985 TERRY SLOAN BUTLER
HAVING TROUBLE with my Terry lineage. Miriam Butler Sloan,
6112 Overlake Dr., Ft. Worth TX 76135.
330985 TERRY INMAN
Interested in Will of Thomas Terry 1607-1672. Mrs. Mary Sue
Terry Inman, RFD #3, Box 36, Chillicothe MO 64601.
340985 TERRY YOUNG JUNG THIERY THIERRY HANCOCK RENSING
     My Terry ancestors start with my Great Grandmother Anna
Maria (Mary) Terry b. Brighton, WI (Kenosha Co.) she was m.
to John Young (Jung) on 19 July 1870 in Brighton. She d. 02
Jun 1911 in Lanham, (which was on the border of KS/NE),
Washington Co., KS. Her parents were Christopher and Barbara
Terry and here the spelling is Thiery or Thierry is
German/France Name from the Alsace Loraine Area. Do your
Terry's become Thiery/Thierry also, from Germany? Diana
(Rensing) Hancock, 512 Zephyr Circle, Danville CA 94525.
350985 TERRY PRIDDY MOORE REEVES MCADAMS CONOLLY
My line is through Thomas J. Priddy b. Cocke/Jefferson Co. TN
23 May 1795 m. Margaret "Peggy" Terry, daughter of John and
Sarah Moore Terry.... The Priddy and Terry families were
intermarried several times. Celia Ann Priddy, dau. of Thomas
J. and Margaret Terry Priddy m. 6 Mar 1845 Andrew Jackson
Reeves, (son of Isaac and Mary McAdams Reeves,) in Itawamba
Co., MS. They moved to Johnson Co. TX in 1869, and are buried
in the Cleburne, TX Cemetery. Would be happy to share info
with anyone interested in TERRY-PRIDDY-REEVES lines. Beverly
R. Conolly, 19000 Muncaster Rd., Derwood MD 20855.
360985 TERRY NIEDERMAIER PULLEN LIDDELL NUCKOLLS MOOR BURRUSS
    Terry Line of Mrs. E. J. (Louise Pullen) Niedermaier,
            4800 Samuell Blvd., Dallas TX 75228.
1.   PULLEN, Louise b. San Francisco CA 3 Nov 1906.
2.   PULLEN, John Henry Sr. b. Lawrence Co. TN 2 Feb 1881 d.
     Royce City, Rockwall Co. TX 21 Feb 1950 m. 02 Jul 1905;
3.   LIDDELL, Mayme Scott b. Gadsden, Etowah Co. AL 19 Nov
     1884 d. 15 Jun 1979 Royce City, Collin County, TX
6.   LIDDELL, Daniel Sr. b. Gwinnett Cok. GA 30 May 1850 d.
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     Gadsden, Etowah Co. AL 1 May 1891 m. 10 Nov 1874;
7.   NUCKOLLS, Mary Virginia b. Forsyth Co. GA 12 Dec 1856 d.
     Royse City, Rockwall Co. TX 26 Jun 1941.
14.  NUCKOLLS, James G. Lafayette b. Hall Co. GA 1833 d.
     Civil War Battle at Nashville, TN 16 Dec 1864 m. 1 Nov
     1853;
15.  MOOR, Elizabeth E. b. Burke Co., NC 8 May 1835 d.
     Whitfield Co. GA after 1864.
28.  NUCKOLLS, James Alexander b. Hall Co. GA 15 Apr 1796 d.
     Whitfield Co. GA 20 Sep 1875 m. 20 Nov 1817;
29.  BURRUSS, Anne b. Louisa Co. VA 1801 d. Forsyth Co. GA 29
     Mar 1858.
56.  NUCKOLLS, Thomas b. Louisa Co. VA ca. 1760 d. Hall Co.
     GA ca. 1810 m. 4 Mar 1785.
57.  TERRY, Anna b. 1763. No other information.
114. TERRY, James b. VA ca. 1730. Will recorded 11 August
     1783. Names his wife and children. Louisa Co. VA.
115. ______, Henrietta d. Louisa Co. VA 1814. No other
     information.
I need information where I might find documents with proof
the parentage of my gggg grandfather James Terry b. ca. 1730
in Virginia. Will recorded 11 August, 1783 Louisa Co. VA. He
names wife Henrietta and his children. Who are her parents?
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