ed KELLEY, mayor of oliver springs since 2001 and husband of oma GILES has died. an obituary and tribute can be found in the knox news | here |
kelley will be buried at 11 am tomorrow in oak ridge memorial park.
13 August 2006
26 June 2006
Clara (nee PHILLIPS) MAJORS (1900-1977) of South Harriman, Roane Co, TN in the Burlington Mills newsletter - from her personal scrapbook.
Photo copyright 2006 D Giles Loiselle
The clipping says that she had worked at the mill since 1932, taking two years off, 1944-1946, when her mother (Jimmie L. "Lula" SARRATT PHILLIPS) was ill.
posted by tn type at 6/26/2006 06:14:00 PM
03 April 2006
18 March 2006
Roane County News
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Margaret Abbey Bennecker
Margaret Abbey Bennecker, 86, of Harriman, died Friday, March 3, at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville.
She was a member of Harriman United Methodist Church in Harriman and a member of Laurel Chapter 22 of the Order of the Eastern Star.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William M. and Cora P. Ellis Giles; two sisters; and eight brothers.
Survivors include husband, E. Barton Bennecker of Harriman; daughters and sons-in-law, Lynnette and Lester Easter of Kingston, Toni Cook of Harriman, Phyllis and Larry Vice of Vienna; grandchildren and spouses, Lisa, Lori, Lance and Jody Easter, all of Kingston, Amy and Eric Hall of Oakdale, Graham and Mindy Vice of Vienna, Va.; great-grandchildren, Chelsea Sexton and Jordan Hall of Oakdale; and Landon Easter of Kingston.
Funeral service was at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at Kyker Funeral Home chapel, Harriman with the Rev. Mason Goodman officiating.
Burial was 2 p.m. Sunday in Roane Memorial Gardens.
Margaret was the last living child of William Morgan GILES and Cora Pickens ELLIS. She was born, raised, and lived her entire life in Harriman, Roane Co, TN. During the last years of her life, Margaret, a breast cancer survivor and an almost completely blind diabetic, struggled with heart disease. On March 20th, she and her husband Barton Bennecker, would have celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. [You can read about their 65th wedding anniversary | here |.]
Kyker Funeral Home's obituary and a photo for Margaret can be found | here |.
posted by tn type at 3/18/2006 12:14:00 PM
06 February 2006
Here is Henderson PASS's household in the 1900 federal census:
13th District, Roane Co, TN
Micropublication T623_1593, p 164
19 Jun 1900
EM Eblen, enumerator
Orig sheets 15 A and B
(household is continued on following page)
PASS, Henderson, head, w, m, May 1870, 30,
marr. 10 yrs, b TN of TN parents, iron ore
mining, [the rest of the line is almost illegible and so my
transcript may contain errors:], cannot read or
write, can speak English, [all else illegible]
On the following page (Micropublication
T623_1593, p 164 (15 B), line 51):
PASS, Eliza, wife, w, f, Oct 1878, 24, marr. 10
yrs, 4 children b and 4 living, b TN of TN
parents, occupation illegible but appears to
have something filled in, cannot read or write,
can speak English
-- Floyd, son, w, male, Apr 1893, 7, b TN of TN
-- Mitchel, son, w, male, Dec 1894, 5, b TN of
-- Josey, dau, w, female, Mar 1897, 3, b TN of
-- Olley, dau, w, female, Jun 1899, 11 months,
b TN of TN parents
3 boarders in household:
Nelley[?], James, white male, Feb 1880, 20, b
KY of TN parents, laborer in mines, can read
Huffman, La[illegible]. white male, Apr 1852,
48, widower, b TN of TN parents, iron ore
mining, can read and write
Huffman, Evaline, white female, mother of 10
born and 5 living children, Mar 1830, 70,
widow, b NC of NC parents
Preceding head of household:
John PASS, age 27
Next head of household:
Isaac PASS, age 27
Index listing for PASS households in Roane Co,
TN in 1900:
Surname Given Name Age Sex Race
Birthplace State County Location Year
PASS ARCH 56 M W TN TN ROANE HARRIMAN
1900 [This is Henderson's half brother.]
PASS HENDERSON 30 M W TN TN ROANE 13-DIST
PASS ISAAC 28 M W TN TN ROANE 13-DIST
1900 [Isaac Rusely PASS, brother of Henderson.]
PASS JOHN 27 M W TN TN ROANE 13-DIST
1900 [Brother of Isaac and Henderson.]
PASS MINNIE 17 F W TN TN ROANE 7-DIST
PASS ROBERT 19 M W TN TN ROANE 13-DIST
PASS SOLMON 35 M W TN TN ROANE 13-DIST
1900 [Brother of Isaac and Henderson.]
Henderson was the father of sisters Vesta Idella PASS (1902-1945)and Marie Henderson PASS (1906-1949).
posted by tn type at 2/06/2006 06:25:00 PM
30 June 2005
14 June 2005
project gutenberg's free e-text, the problem of the ohio mounds, by cyrus thomas, originally published in the "Fifth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology for 1883-1884" (Washington DC: US Government Printing Office, 1894), contains information about some of the burial mounds in east tennessee.
i found the book today because i was answering a letter in which an ellis family researcher was asking me whether or not i had ever heard that lucy bowling (or bowlin) was part cherokee. i began describing the mounds near the old ellis land south of the river, near kingston, tn and thought i'd see if anything was on the internet about them. though i haven't yet discovered anything about the particular mounds i have in mind, i've had an enjoyable read in thomas' book (which, by the way, can be purchased via amazon from private publishers). though the gutenberg plain text version doesn't have the illustrations, i'm just happy to have the free reading ride.
a search of gutenberg.org using google site search turned up 307 hits for the search terms "cherokee tennessee," for those who are interested. like me.
(for a photo album of the land of william monroe ellis and lucy bowling, see my rootsweb freepages - photo album: william monroe ellis & lucy bowling land & the
ELLIS family cemetery, south of the river, roane co, tn - | HERE|
posted by tn type at 6/14/2005 01:02:00 PM
the federal government is endangering your genealogy research again, and you really should act...soon!
for further information about the 2006 budget and how it will affect genealogy and historical research, please see this web page: NHPRC/NARA FY06 Budget
if you're hestating, think about whether or not you did enough to protest the current law which overly restricts distribution of vital records and hampers your genealogy research...
i've copied an e-mail call to action which begins to spell out what is happening and where you can go to read more and to begin to act:
----- Original Message -----From: "Haston Magnuson"
The following e-mail is of great concern to any genealogists who use archives. Please read, sign the petition, then send this to any other Rootsweb or genealogy lists you're on.
The President's budget recommendations for Fiscal Year 2006 slash or eliminate more than 150 federal programs. In that budget, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) has been targeted to receive NO funding. This includes no funds for the grants program and no funds for staffing to support the NHPRC programs. It effectively eliminates NHPRC.
The Council of State Historical Records Coordinators, the Society of American Archivists, and the National Association for Government Archivists and Records Administrators are working collaboratively to address this threat to NHPRC and NARA. Archivists across the U.S. are rallying to save NHPRC while also ensuring that NARA has sufficient funding to sustain its current programs and continue to advance in areas that benefit all archival repositories and every citizen of the United States.
As part of our efforts to continue to express to Congress interest in restoration of funding for NHPRC, we have created an online petition. Please consider signing this petition, and please forward it to any listservs, e-mail groups, or organizations and people you feel would be interested in helping with this effort. It is a quick and easy way for many people to assist. The petition will be forwarded to the House Appropriations Committee and Subcommittee on Treasury, Transportation, HUD and the Judiciary in late May. The petition can be access at:
Click on the "petition" button.
If you have not received a previous action alert on this issue, we encourage you to also write a letter to your members of Congress. For information on writing letters of support, see any of the following websites:
Thanks for your efforts to save this important program for archives!
Members of the NHPRC Joint Advocacy Task Force Council of State Historical Records Coordinators: David Carmicheal, Sandra Clark, Kathleen Roe
Society of American Archivists: Nancy Beaumont, Peter Gottlieb, Rand Jimerson, Joan Krizack, Richard Pearce-Moses
National Association of Government Archivists and Records Administrators: Timothy Slavin
posted by tn type at 6/14/2005 09:50:00 AM