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active affairs affiliated Association Baptist church became began birth born in Sumner career Cheatham county citizen Civil clerk College Colonel Company Confederate court Cumberland Cumberland University daughter Davidson county death Democrat in politics Dickson county died Dorris early elected engaged farm farmer father fraternal Gallatin graduated Hickman county Hohenwald honored interest Jackson James John Judge Kentucky Knights of Pythias Knox county Knoxville land later lawyer Lebanon Lewis living located Lodge marriage to Miss married Miss Mary maternal grandfather Memphis Methodist church Methodist Episcopal church Mississippi Montgomery county mother Nashville National Bank nessee North Carolina Obion county Odd Fellows Order of Odd parents paternal Perry county practice Presbyterian church profession prominent public schools reared regiment residence Robert Robertson county served Smith spent successful Sumner county Tennessee Thomas united in marriage University Virginia wife William Wilson county young
Page 1379 - Chrysostom kept tapping the palm of his left hand with the forefinger of his right hand.
Page 1208 - Masons, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the Modern Woodmen of America. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, South.
Page 1358 - Some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.
Page 1297 - Daniel Smith was a practical surveyor, whose work never needed correction. For intelligence, well cultivated talents, for integrity and usefulness, in soundness of judgment, in the practice of virtue and in shunning vice, he was equalled by few men, and in the purity of motive excelled by none.
Page 1236 - He is a member of the County and State Medical Societies and of the American Medical Association.
Page 1518 - University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor, in which he was graduated as a member of the class of 1902 and from which he received the degree of bachelor of laws.
Page 1507 - At the outbreak of the civil war, he enlisted in the Confederate army as a private and at the close of the war was mustered out as a captain.
Page 1296 - July 15, 1775, in which they declared that they would "never surrender their inestimable privileges to any power on earth but at the expense of their lives.