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Neshoba Democrat February 24, 1950DR. WM. H. MARS MEMBER PROMINENT FAMILY, PASSESDr. William Henry Mars, one of Neshoba county's most prominent citizens and philantropists, passed away at the family ho...

9/27/2021 9/27/2021

Sarah Ethel Dawsey (1889 - 1948)

From of William Erwin and Sarah Catherine Fewell Sanders, wife of Cyrus Bassett Dawsey."I was born near the little town of Belmont, NC, June 9, 1889. I was the ninth child in a family of ten children -...

8/20/2021 8/20/2021
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George Worley Boswell (1919 - 1995)

George Worley Boswell was born in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1919, when the South was already well into an economic decline that would virtually cripple the United States a decade later. Boswell maintain...

7/24/2021 7/24/2021

Merrill Moore (1903 - 1957)

Moore (1903 – 1957) was an American psychiatrist and poet. Born and educated in Tennessee, he was a member of the Fugitives. He taught neurology at the Harvard Medical School and published research abo...

6/26/2021 6/26/2021

Sara Elizabeth Mason (1911 - 1993)

Sara Elizabeth Mason (1911-1993) was an author of detective fiction whose main period of productivity was in a five-year span in the 1940s. Her profession and her fiction were rooted in her Alabama her...

6/24/2021 6/24/2021

Robert Bernard Gaston (1887 - 1941)

Bernard Gaston, a son of David Finis Gaston II and the former Miss Martha Elizabeth Bailey, was born in the bounds of Gastonburg in Wilcox County, Alabama. His grandfather, David Finis Gaston, Sr. had ...

6/22/2021 6/22/2021

C. Harry Knowles (1928 - 2020)

Inventor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist C. Harry Knowles (1928-2020) held more than 400 U.S. patents relating to transistors, lasers, and bar code scanning technology, making him one of the more pro...

6/22/2021 6/22/2021

Caroline Ivey (1912 - 1972)

Caroline Lawson Ivey (1912-1972), a lifelong resident of Smiths Station, Lee County, combined observation and imagination to comment on a subject she knew well: reactions of southerners encountering en...

6/19/2021 6/19/2021

Oscar Richard Hundley (1855 - 1921)

Oscar Richard Hundley was an attorney who served three terms as a judge for the Northern District of Alabama. He was also an Alabama state senator. In 1897 he married Bossie O'Brien a leader in Alabama...

10/25/2017 6/19/2021

Andrew East MP

Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, United States

Andrew East is an American football long snapper who is currently a free agent. He played college football at Vanderbilt, and has also had multiple stints with various NFL teams, most recently the Wash...

4/4/2020 4/30/2021

Dr Erwin Craighead (1852 - 1932)

Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Jul 8 2018, 21:00:48 UTC * Reference: Ancestry Genealogy - SmartCopy : Jul 8 2018, 21:01:25 UTC

1/1/2015 12/1/2020

William Cobb (1937 - 2020)

Author William Sledge "Bill" Cobb (1937-2020) authored numerous novels and short-story collections, as well as several plays, over his more than 50-year career. His best-known work is perhaps A Walk Th...

11/28/2020 11/28/2020

Jelks "Bill" Cabaniss Jr. (born July 11, 1938) is an American politician and diplomat who served as a member of both chamber of the Alabama Legislature and U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic in the ...

11/21/2020 11/21/2020

Ralph McGill (1898 - 1969)

Ralph McGill, as editor and publisher of the Atlanta Constitution, was a leading voice for racial and ethnic tolerance in the South from the 1940s through the 1960s. As an influential daily columnist, ...

3/15/2012 10/21/2020

Larry Connatser (1938 - 1996)

Larry Connatser, an accomplished pianist and painter, grew up in Atlanta and lived on and off in Georgia throughout his life. A self-taught artist, Connatser developed an expressionistic and brilliantl...

10/17/2020 10/17/2020

Jackson W. Moore (1948 - d.)

"Jack Moore"

W. Moore is an American attorney and retired Executive Chairman of Union Planters Bank and Regions Financial Corporation.Early lifeJackson W. Moore was born in Birmingham, Alabama on November 2, 1948. ...

10/10/2020 10/10/2020

Samuel Cole Williams (1864 - 1947)

Cole Williams (January 15, 1864 – December 14, 1947) was a noted 19th and 20th century Tennessee jurist, historian, educator, and businessman.Early lifeSamuel C. Williams was born January 15, 1864 near...

10/10/2020 10/10/2020

Robert Hiram White (1883 - 1970)

"Robert H. “Bob” White"

first state historian, Dr. Robert H. White was born in Crockett County in 1883. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1910 and completed his graduate work at George Peabody College and the Univers...

10/9/2020 10/9/2020

E. Washington, congressman, state legislator, tobacco planter, and a founder of the Tobacco Protective Association, was born November 10, 1851, at Wessyngton in Robertson County, the son of George Augu...

3/13/2013 10/8/2020

Elizabeth Taylor, historian, was the first scholar to study woman suffrage in the South. Born on June 10, 1917, in Columbus, Georgia, she received a B.A. from the University of Georgia in 1938 and an M...

10/6/2020 10/6/2020

Allen Tate (1899 - 1979)

"Allen Tate"

Orley Allen Tate (November 19, 1899 – February 9, 1979), known professionally as Allen Tate, was an American poet, essayist, social commentator, and Poet Laureate from 1943 to 1944.Bibliography

9/13/2020 10/5/2020

Randall Stewart (1896 - 1964)

and editor Randall Stewart was born in Fayetteville in 1896. In 1898 his family moved to Nashville, where he grew up and was educated through his undergraduate years at Vanderbilt, from which he was gr...

10/4/2020 10/4/2020

James G. Stahlman was publisher of the Nashville Banner from 1930 until 1972, when he sold the newspaper to the Gannett Corporation. He inherited part of the newspaper from his grandfather, Major Edwar...

2/2/2013 10/3/2020

Fred McFerrin Russell (1906 - 2003)

August 27, 1906, and raised in Wartrace, Tennessee, Fred McFerrin Russell was known to thousands of readers for his “Sidelines” column in the Nashville Banner. Russell first entered Tennessee sports pa...

9/30/2020 9/30/2020

Mary Cecil Dews (1900 - 1973)

Cecil Morrison, a daughter of Dr. William J. and Martha Morrison, was a graduate of Vanderbilt University, Class of 1924. She was a member of Delta Sigma Upsilon.Miss Mary Morrison was married to Judge...

9/30/2020 9/30/2020

John Crowe Ransom MP (1888 - 1974)

Crowe Ransom (April 30, 1888 – July 3, 1974) was an educator, scholar, literary critic, poet, essayist and editor. He is considered to be a founder of the New Criticism school of literary criticism. As...

12/20/2013 9/28/2020

Martha Ragsdale Ragland (1906 - 1996)

Ragsdale Ragland, reformer in political, health, and women’s issues, was born near Russellville, Kentucky. She wanted to attend law school and later run for Congress, but the Great Depression put law s...

9/28/2020 9/28/2020

Percy Priest (1900 - 1956)

Percy Priest (April 1, 1900 – October 12, 1956) was an American teacher, journalist and politician who represented Tennessee in the United States House of Representatives from 1941 until his death.Back...

9/28/2020 9/28/2020

Frances W. Preston (1928 - 2012)

W. Preston (27 August 1928 — 13 June 2012) was an American music executive. She was the Chief executive officer of Broadcast Music, Inc. from 1986 to 2004. Preston was inducted into the Country Music H...

9/27/2020 9/27/2020

Dewitt Patterson II was a prominent Crafton, California orange grower, and long-time leader in water affairs. He died by drowning in the Crafton ditch and reservoir, near his home. Deputy Coroner Edwar...

9/25/2020 9/25/2020

University professor. Born– June 13, 1928, Nashville, Tenn. Parents– Frank L. and Hariett (Chappell) Owsley. Married– 1952. Children– Two. Education– Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1949; M.A., 1951; Univ...

9/24/2020 9/24/2020

James F. Neal (1929 - 2010)

Foster Neal (September 7, 1928 – October 21, 2010) was an American trial lawyer who prosecuted labor leader Jimmy Hoffa, as well as top officials of the Nixon Administration in the Watergate scandal.Ea...

9/24/2020 9/24/2020

William Edward Myer (1862 - 1923)

E. Myer was a leading figure in the early twentieth-century transformation of Tennessee archaeology from a casual hobby to a professional science and in the development of both overland and river trans...

9/23/2020 9/23/2020

Andrew Nelson Lytle (1902 - 1995)

Nelson Lytle (December 26, 1902 – December 12, 1995) was an American novelist, dramatist, essayist and professor of literature.Works

9/20/2020 9/20/2020

Mary Louise Tidwell (1923 - 2014)

Louise Lea Tidwell died November 30, 2014.Burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery.Born in 1923, she was a lifelong resident of Nashville. Mrs. Tidwell was the widow of the late Dr. Cromwell Tidwell, Jr., a pro...

9/20/2020 9/20/2020

Alan LeQuire (1955 - d.)

LeQuire (born 1955) is an American sculptor from Nashville, Tennessee. Many of his sculptures are installed in the city.Early lifeAlan LeQuire was born in 1955. His father, Virgil, was a physician and ...

9/19/2020 9/19/2020

important twentieth-century architect, Edwin A. Keeble was born in Monteagle Assembly, the fourth of six children of John Bell and Emmie Frazer Keeble. His father was a Nashville attorney and later the...

10/27/2012 9/18/2020

Madison Percy Jones (1925 - 2012)

Percy Jones was a novelist born in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1925. He published almost a dozen novels, and was considered "one of the major figures of contemporary southern letters".BiographyMadison Jon...

9/18/2020 9/18/2020

Hill McAlister, Governor MP (1875 - 1959)

"Henry"

Hill McAlister (July 15, 1875 – October 30, 1959) was an American politician who served as Governor of Tennessee from 1933 to 1937. He also served as Nashville's city attorney in the early 1900s, and a...

3/18/2013 9/18/2020

insurance and real estate; born Memphis, (Shelby Co) Tenn., December 16, 1867; Scotch-Irish descent; son of Howell Edmunds and Sophia (Molloy) Jackson; father lawyer, United States Senator, Federal Jud...

10/12/2012 9/18/2020

Frederic B. Ingram (1929 - 2015)

B. Ingram (a.k.a. Fritz Ingram) was an American-born Irish heir and businessman. Born to the Ingram dynasty of Nashville, Tennessee, he was charged with bribing government officials over a sewage contr...

9/17/2020 9/17/2020

George Whipple Hubbard (1841 - 1924)

and first president of Meharry Medical College, George W. Hubbard was born on August 11, 1841, in North Charlestown on the Connecticut River in New Hampshire. His paternal grandfather, David Hubbard, h...

9/17/2020 9/17/2020

Mildred Eunice Haun (1911 - 1966)

of stories of mountain life, Mildred E. Haun was born in Hamblen County, on January 6, 1911, to James Enzor and Margaret Ellen Haun, but was raised in Haun Hollow in the Hoot Owl District of Cocke Coun...

9/15/2020 9/15/2020
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William James Harbison (1923 - 1993)

and respected Tennessee Supreme Court justice William J. Harbison was born in Columbia, the son of William Joshua Harbison and Eunice Elizabeth Kinzer Harbison. Harbison (B.A, magna cum laude, Vanderbi...

9/14/2020 9/14/2020

Avery Handly, Jr. (1913 - 1958)

and portraitist Avery Handly was born in Nashville and graduated from Wallace University School and Vanderbilt University, where he majored in English and was influenced by the Fugitives. His first art...

9/14/2020 9/14/2020

Jo Conn Guild (1887 - 1969)

Conn Guild, Jr. (December 15, 1887–June 26, 1969) was an American businessman and engineer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. As president of the Tennessee Electric Power Company (TEPCO), he became one of th...

9/14/2020 9/14/2020

V. Goodpasture, writer, editor, and Tennessee historian, was born on November 19, 1855, in Overton County. He attended school in Cookeville and New Middleton, and received his B.A. from East Tennessee ...

10/21/2008 9/13/2020

Jesse Hill Ford, Jr. (1928 - 1996)

Hill Ford (December 28, 1928 – June 1, 1996) was an American writer of Southern literature, best known for his critical and commercial success in short fiction as well as the novels Mountains of Gilead...

7/20/2008 9/11/2020

Joseph Landon Evins (1910 - 1984)

L. Evins was the “Dean” of Tennessee's congressional delegation during the 1960s and 1970s. Born in 1910 in DeKalb County to James Edgar Evins and Myrtie Goodson Evins, Joe L. Evins attended Vanderbilt...

9/10/2020 9/10/2020

John Emmett Edgerton (1879 - 1938)

Emmett Edgerton (October 2, 1879 – August 4, 1938) was an industrialist who gained prominence as the president of the National Association of Manufacturers from 1921 to 1931. Edgerton was also an All-S...

9/10/2020 9/10/2020

Stroud Merritt Jr. (born January 17, 1936) is an American lawyer and jurist. He currently is a Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.Early lifeM...

9/8/2020 9/8/2020

John Lawrence Merritt (1911 - 1994)

Lawrence Merritt is a descendant of two of Nashville's founding families. A direct descendant of John Donelson and a descendant of John Rains who accompanied James Robertson on the overland founding ex...

9/8/2020 9/8/2020

Louise Littleton Davis (1911 - 1995)

Littleton Davis, historian and journalist, was born in Paris, Tennessee, one of five children of LaRue Lucetta Littleton, a musician, and Grover C. Davis, a career U.S. Army officer. Davis's scholarly ...

11/17/2018 9/7/2020

Donald Grady Davidson (1893 - 1968)

Grady Davidson (August 8, 1893 – April 25, 1968) was a U.S. poet, essayist, social and literary critic, and author. An English professor at Vanderbilt University from 1920 to 1965, he was a founding me...

9/7/2020 9/7/2020

Rollin A. Daniel Jr. (1908 - 1978)

A. Daniel Jr., a pioneer in cardiac and thoracic surgery, was born June 14, 1908, in Georgia. Shortly thereafter, his parents moved to the Nashville area, and he grew up in Middle Tennessee. Daniel gra...

9/7/2020 9/7/2020

Douglas Selph Henry, Jr. (1926 - 2017)

Selph Henry Jr. (May 18, 1926 – March 5, 2017) was an American attorney and Democratic politician. He was the longest-serving member of the Tennessee legislature. He was a member of the Tennessee Senat...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Henry "Pete" Robinson was the son of Emma Hagerty and Walter McLaren Robinson, Sr. Brother Walter McLaren Robinson, Jr. (1923-2004). Charles married Susanne Wilson on October 16, 1954. To this union th...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Margaret Ann Robinson (1924 - 2017)

Ann Craig was the daughter of Edwin Wilson and Elizabeth Wade Craig. Margaret Ann married Walter McLaren Robinson, Jr. on October 4, 1949. They were married for fifty-five years. To this union four chi...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Abernathy "Neil" Craig II, Businessman, philanthropist, and sportsman. Neil attended Parmer School, Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, and a 1951 graduate of Vanderbilt University.Neil had ...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Edwin Wilson Craig (1893 - 1969)

Wilson Craig was a giant in the American insurance industry, President, Chairman, and honorary Chairman of National Life and Accident Insurance Company and a pioneer in commercial radio.Mr. Craig was k...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Francis Craig (1900 - 1966)

Craig (September 10, 1900 – November 19, 1966) was an American songwriter, honky tonk piano player, and leader of a Nashville dance band. His works included "Dynamite" and "Near You", the latter being ...

9/6/2020 9/6/2020

Edmund William Cole (July 19, 1827 – May 25, 1899) was an American Confederate veteran and businessman. He was the president of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway, and the founder of the ...

5/31/2009 9/5/2020

Whitefoord Russell Cole (1874 - 1934)

Russell Cole (January 14, 1874 – November 17, 1934) was an American businessman. He was the president of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad from 1926 to 1934, and a director of many companies. Durin...

11/23/2012 9/5/2020

Sam Lillard Clark (1898 - 1960)

L. Clark, nationally known anatomist, scientist, and medical educator, was born in Nashville on October 5, 1898, a son of Martin and Margaret Ransom Lillard Clark. His grandfather, Dr. William Martin C...

9/4/2020 9/4/2020

Wellington "Jo" Byrns, Sr. (July 20, 1869 – June 4, 1936) was a U.S. politician. He served as a 14-term Democratic Congressman from Tennessee.BiographyByrns was born in Cedar Hill, Robertson County, Te...

1/10/2012 9/2/2020

Lucius Edward Burch, Jr. (1912 - 1996)

Edward Burch, Jr. (January 25, 1912–March 10, 1996) was an American attorney based in Memphis, Tennessee, who is best known for his contributions in the areas of conservation and civil rights and has b...

10/11/2012 9/1/2020
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Beverly Briley (1914 - 1980)

Beverly Briley (January 11, 1914 – September 14, 1980) was an American attorney and politician, the first mayor of the newly consolidated metropolitan government of Nashville and Davidson County in Ten...

8/31/2020 8/31/2020

William House, Jr. (1876 - 1903)

the Vanderbilt University Quarterly, quoting the Franklin Review-Appeal of 27 Aug 1903:William House of Franklin, Tenn., died at his home on August 19, 1903, of typhoid fever. Mr. House left Vanderbilt...

8/28/2020 8/28/2020

E. Barnard, astronomer and astronomical photographer, was born in Nashville. To help support his fatherless family, Barnard worked in the photographic gallery of Van Stavoren, where he assisted in the ...

5/1/2013 8/27/2020

William Thomas Alderson (1926 - 1996)

and editor William T. Alderson was born and raised in Schenectady, New York. After service in the navy during World War II, he graduated from Colgate University in 1947. He then entered the graduate pr...

8/26/2020 8/26/2020

Dr. Jesse Franklin Adams (1881 - 1964)

F. Adams, rural Middle Tennessee medical pioneer and entrepreneur, was born in Cannon County on October 19, 1881. He married Laura Elizabeth Hudson, a Texas native, in 1907, and they had nine children....

11/9/2014 8/26/2020

Margaret Anne Lowe (1923 - 2010)

Tennessean Nashville, TennesseeObituary published from January 16 to January 17, 2010:LOWE, Margaret Anne Powell, age 86 of Cookeville. Thursday, January 14, 2010.Funeral services will be held at 11 a....

8/26/2020 8/26/2020

David Duncan Wallace (1874 - 1951)

. Wallace was born in Columbia on May 23, 1874, the son of William Henry Wallace and Alice Amanda Lomax Wallace. Wallace pursued his education at Newberry College, Wofford College, and Vanderbilt Unive...

8/23/2020 8/23/2020

Max Steele (1922 - 2005)

, educator. Max Steele was born in Greenville on March 30, 1922, the son of John M. Steele and Minnie Russell. He attended Furman University for two years and Vanderbilt University while serving in the...

8/19/2020 8/21/2020
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Joe Inman Majors (1937 - 2007)

Prominent lobbyist dies in his sleepEmail | Print By Ken Whitehouse Joe Inman Majors01-04-2007 3:38 PM — UPDATE:Visitation for Joe Majors will take place from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, January 6, at Marsha...

7/1/2007 8/3/2020

Barksdale Dial (April 24, 1862 – December 11, 1940) was a United States Senator from South Carolina from 1919 to 1925.Born near Laurens, he attended the common schools, Richmond College (Virginia) and ...

1/19/2012 7/20/2020
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Matthew Hillsman Taylor (1884 - 1965)

Hillsman "Red" Taylor (August 4, 1884 – November 1, 1965) was an attorney and politician, serving as a state representative and Speaker of the House in Tennessee. He played college football at Vanderbi...

7/7/2020 7/7/2020

Eleanor Ross Taylor (1920 - 2011)

Ross Taylor was a poet, short-fiction author, and literary critic. An award-winning writer, she was born in North Carolina but has spent the last several decades working and publishing from her homes i...

7/7/2020 7/7/2020

Earnest Sevier Cox (1880 - 1966)

Sevier Cox was a committed white supremacist who advocated on behalf of anti-miscegenation laws and in 1922 cofounded with the composer John Powell the Anglo-Saxon Clubs of America, a Richmond-based, n...

6/20/2020 6/20/2020

H. Houston Merritt (1902 - 1979)

Houston Merritt, Jr., physician and educator, was born in Wilmington, the son of Hiram H. and Dessie Cline Merritt. After attending the local schools, he spent a year at The University of North Carolin...

5/25/2020 5/25/2020

James Ambrose Madison (1894 - 1949)

Ambrose Madison (1894-1949), former Jackson County, North Carolina resident was killed in an auto accident in Iowa on Tuesday, January 18, 1949 at 4:00 p.m. near Sioux City. He was the son of Professor...

5/9/2020 5/9/2020

Chris Stapleton MP

"Chris"

Chris Stapleton is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. He was born in Lexington, Kentucky, and grew up in Staffordsville, Kentucky, until moving to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2...

4/25/2020 4/26/2020

Clyde Connell (1901 - 1998)

Connell (September 19, 1901 – May 2, 1998) [2] was an American self-taught abstract expressionist sculptor. Her works are known for reflecting the nature of Louisiana and the culture of Jim Crow South....

4/17/2020 4/17/2020

John Rushing Welsh, III (1916 - 1974)

Rushing Welsh, III, teacher, administrator, and scholar in the field of southern letters, was born in Monroe, the son of John R., Jr., and Hallie Hamilton Benton Welsh. He received an A.B. degree from ...

2/7/2020 2/7/2020

William Alexander Webb (1867 - 1919)

Alexander Webb, educator and administrator, was born in that part of Orange County that later became Durham County, the son of Richard Stanford (23 Feb. 1837–10 Nov. 1901) and Jennie Morrow Clegg Webb ...

2/7/2020 2/7/2020

Richard Malcolm Weaver, Jr. MP (1910 - 1963)

Malcolm Weaver, Jr., intellectual historian, rhetorician, and political philosopher, was born at Asheville in Buncombe County, the son of Richard Malcolm (1870–1915) and Carolyn Embry Weaver, who was o...

2/6/2020 2/6/2020

Willis Duke Weatherford (1875 - 1970)

Duke Weatherford, educator, religious leader, writer, and social pioneer, was born near Weatherford, Tex., the son of Samuel Leonard and Margaret Jane Turner Weatherford. His family was part of the ext...

2/6/2020 2/6/2020

Joseph Howell Way (1865 - 1927)

Howell Way, physician, was born in Waco, Tex., the son of Charles Burr and Martha Julia Howell Way. Ancestors on his father's side had emigrated from England to Connecticut and Massachusetts in 1630; h...

2/5/2020 2/5/2020

[ ] Robert H. Burney, state legislator and district judge, eldest son of Hance McCain and Mary A. (Tatum) Burney, was born in McNary County, Tennessee, on October 22, 1854. His family moved to Texas an...

1/23/2020 1/23/2020

Clare Purcell (1884 - 1964)

Purcell, Methodist clergyman, was born at Columbia, Ala., the son of William Henry and Mary Callen Purcell. His ancestors were from eastern North Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree from Bir...

1/19/2020 1/19/2020

James Welch Patton (1900 - 1973)

Welch Patton, educator, archivist, and historian, was born in Murfreesboro, Tenn., the son of James Wesley and Elizabeth Welch Patton. He received his college preparatory training at Hawkins School in ...

1/7/2020 1/7/2020

Daniel Blain (1898 - 1981)

Blain is the son of Dr. John Mercer Blain and Claudia Lacey Grier. He married Sarah Logan Starr. He last resided in Philadelphia, PA.His father is buried in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China and also has a cen...

12/10/2019 12/10/2019

J. Fred Rippy (1892 - 1977)

Fred Rippy, historian and educator, was born in a log house near Nubia, in Sumner County, Tenn., the son of Robert Sidney and Mary Frances Grant Rippy. He grew up on a subsistence farm until a fire tha...

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