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Cross Plains is a city in Robertson County , Tennessee. The population was 1, at the census. Cross Plains is the second-oldest town in the county. The first building was a double log house erected by William Randolph in It was also used as a tavern.
In , A drug store called "Thomas Drugs" opened, which is one of the oldest establishments in Cross Plains. Construction was completed in According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 8. As of the census  of , there were 1, people, households, and families residing in the city. The population density was There were housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.
There were households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 37 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
City in Tennessee, United States. Retrieved June 9, United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on September 11, United States Geological Survey. Archived from the original on Subcounty Resident Population Estimates: April 1, to July 1, ". Archived from the original on June 17, Retrieved 11 December Retrieved from " https: Articles with short description Coordinates on Wikidata.
Thomas Drugs in Cross Plains.
What we did not anticipate, however, was that the same phenomenon would affect a number of our own operatives The above pictures were sent to me by Beth Robinson Bunch in December Here are all of the pictures sent by Beth Need help identifying the above picture. Date around and on back of picture are: My mother and my father's first cousin, Jim Payne are the Paynes. He was a Technical Sgt. It was my pleasure and honor to attend the last several years the Sevier Family Reunion's in Sevierville, Jonesborough and Knoxville, Tennessee.
It will be again my honor to attend the Sevier Family Reunion in Knoxville. It was also a pleasure and an honor to meet and become friends with an author of three books regarding the life of General John Sevier's, "Nolichucky Jack", second wife, Kate or Catherine Sherrill. Although Mark is not a direct descendant of or connected to the Sevier family by heritage, he realizes the importance of what John Sevier did for the establishment of our great nation.
Mark, previously employed as a securities analyst has left that career for what he feels is a more rewarding life as a publisher and an author. Victory at King's Mountain and Bonny Kate: Pioneer Lady , are all listed on Amazon. Two people who do not know each other send me a picture just a few days apart. Both made in during the time that their parents were students at Claiborne County H. One is of students graduating the other is of teachers. Probably made on the same day.
Here is another oldie the graduation of Kleber Chumley third from left and friends from Claiborne County High School in Regards, Glynn Millett A. Teachers at Claiborne County High School. In center is Miss Wylie. On right is Miss Dempster. Somewhere around I asked my Uncle Fate Payne, twin brother of my father Al, to record as much about he and my father's growing up in Lone Mountain and he sent about three cassette tapes. Uncle Fate got around to doing them in July , sadly after our brother Eddie had passed away.
Amy has the expertise to put these tapes in mp3 format and the first of which about 26 minutes is below. Still looking for information on the Tazewell M. Church South that was located on the back street of Tazewell, referred to as Church Street.
Church has long puzzled me as no one seems to know of it's existence and I seem to be the only person who has a picture of this M. Were there plans for the A. Church to move to Tazewell to support the large African American population here from the days of slavery that chose to remain here after the Civil War ended.
Quote from John Wesley - "Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can.
However, you may then be confused to find no signs with that designation any longer. In Governor Ernie Fletcher, as a gesture of good will, renamed a small stretch of U. Not bad, but most of us would still rather have the Daniel Boone Parkway back. Wilderness Road Heritage Highway The mile byway traces and interprets the migration of early pioneers and explorers through the Cumberland Gap and the subsequent development of Kentucky's nationally renowned folk art and country music heritage.
Click on picture for more. A couple reasons my site is back up is correspondence from Millie Baumgardner Gladney. George Livesay, seated second from left, came from Hancock County about to begin his poultry business in Claiborne County. He was by all account a staunch Republican but became disgruntled with the politics of Claiborne County. He moved to Knoxville about and began a poultry business on Market Street. Below is one of his last Announcements in the New Tazewell Times - a business he owned and was editor of.
His interest in using the railroad line that ran between Lone Mountain, New Tazewell and Knoxville for industry was evident in his articles. Only two pages of the New Tazewell Times that he began in are recorded in the microfilm records that I can find. I have attempted to scan and transcribe much of what he was trying to do to bring new business to the railroad town of New Tazewell, Tennessee. Is the house above the next along back street Tazewell to be torn down? Click on Picture for What I heard.
Click on the photo and see if you may recognize this street called Jacksboro Avenue and depicted in a photo by Arch Crutchfield. If you have comment please email me Joe Payne Are we as concerned as we should be about our drinking water? I have taken an active stand against pollution from many years and have found that much of what I feel matters very little to most people.
Some States require such practices, should Tennessee? Sorry, your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. He encounters opposition from the local people, in particular a farmer who objects to his employment with pay of local black laborers. Much of the plot revolves around the eviction of an elderly woman from her home on an island in the River, and the young man's love affair with that woman's widowed granddaughter. Directed by Elia Kazan That is Hollywood's version.
An example would be taking some of the brightest from the local area and "using" them to persuade the people to give up their land. I was contacted by Mr. Baker's grandson from the pictures below asking me to assist with information regarding his grandfather's mysterious death.
If he is still coming to my site please contact me. Joe Payne Uncle Lafayette G. Environmental Protection Agency models show more than 1, Americans die prematurely every year due to TVA's power plant pollution and thousands more suffer from respiratory ailments, including asthma. More on this can be found on the National Resource Defense Council website. See if you can help us locate where these pictures were taken.
TVA developed fertilizers, helped farmers improve crop yields, replanted forests, controlled flooding, and generated electricity for the inhabitants of the valley. By the s, TVA could not keep up with the demand for electricity because of its dependence on government financing.
In TVA was granted by Congress the right to be a self-financing program no longer dependent on and limited by government appropriations. TVA has long been a controversial entity, largely because of its government connection and its practices of acquiring farm lands in order to build dams that create electricity.
In President Harry S. Truman created the Federal Employees Loyalty Program which reviewed federal employees and fired them if any doubt was evident about the employee's loyalty. Thus began "The Red Scare" around and extended through the mids and was caused by a variety of factors, some of which include the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenburg for espionage, who by the way, had a brother-in-law, David Greenglass working at Oak Ridge, Tn.
Also the Iron Curtain, the Soviet Union's acquisition of an atomic bomb, and communist revolution in China added to the scare. Widespread beliefs that communist spies and sympathizers were in America working towards her demise only added to the paranoia of the times.
The Oak Ridge worker, Greenglass turned state's evidence against the Rosenbergs in return for immunity for his wife, who had served as his courier. More information regarding George Livesay "What countless and magnificent escapes even the best of us in our short career and what fatalities we clutch which we should have shuned with horror.
And how easy it is now to look back on our lost battlefields that might have been victorys had we stopped to read the grim lesson of experience, the threatening danger that stared us in the face at every turn in life when prosperity had been blighted and pledges had been broken and promises had been forgotten. All because we fainted under the banner of King Credit, but now have come again with the bullion, the stuff that will buy the world, with goods that is unexcelled in quality, and with prices that will prove to you that the Almighty Dollar is King of the World.
And thanks to my many friends, I will prove to you if you will visit me and examine my goods, that I am on top. I will pay you cash for your produce and will redeam every pledge I have made to living man, and will continue to condemn without fear, thievery, robbery, corruption and dishonesty in the future as I have in the past.
If you have a Claiborne County related Homepage, maybe you would like to add it to this growing list of researchers. A wonderful way to share you research and help those just beginning to connect on to family who shared their roots in Claiborne County, TN. Here is an example of their Web Page Report.
As with most of my family the Livesay were pro Union during the Civil War. Carter was an impulsive, high tempered man and because of this he had trouble living peacefully with his family and neighbors. In his Civil War records, the late Ralph Mason found the following story: In , some southern soldiers came through the county arresting Union men and taking their guns. When they approached Carter's house he fired on them, shooting the horse from under one of the soldiers.
Thereafter, he fled to the nearby woods to hide. The soldiers came on to the house and arrested his father, Joseph, and took him off to prison. Carter's father died shortly after his release from prison.
Carter and others remained in hiding afraid for their lives. Rose came into the county, recruiting men for the southern forces, Carter and others arranged a meeting with him and as a result were given safe conduct out of the county into Kentucky.
There evidently was not a clear meeting of minds as Capt Rose, in his disposition after the war, believed that he had gained new recruits, but Carter said he thought otherwise. Later, when they were in Kentucky, rifles and uniforms were issued to them but Carter refused to wear the uniform and hid the gun under a ledge of rock. He never took the oath of allegiance and later when the soldiers were engaged in a skirmish at Boston, KY.
The records further show that Newton his brother did not go with him, but his brother Joe did. Carter served in Company F of 2nd Tennessee Regiment. The papers show that he married at Blackwater, TN, Nov 10, to Ellen Mullins that he was previously married to Deborah Byrd, from whom he was divorced Sept 24, Many interesting topics and families described here. Hamilton Contributed to Russell Co. An essay by Bertha C. Thomas Wesley Stone deeded most of his property in Tazewell to his son-in-law Joseph Phillips after my grandfather bought the land.
Here are two original deeds to the property on Old Knoxville Road. Ron Stone of Atlanta, Indiana would like to add his lineage to the Stone line. Ron also has contributed an article written by Lee Dan Stone, Jr. His name was Bill Dudley. Senator Lamar Alexander ''My studies suggest that at a time when America needs large amounts of low-cost, reliable power, wind produces puny amounts of high-cost, unreliable power'' - Lamar Alexander - An Energy Strategy for Grown-Ups - Lamar Alexander - Alexander Pushes Wind Energy Subsidies - The Republican leader still thinks Wind Power is not a viable option to replace oil and coal.
Thomas Hurst of Virginia. Riley Phillips and father Jehu served in the Civil War. Also a photo of the spot where Stonewall Jackson was wounded somewhere on the Manassas Battlefield. Here are some scanned pension documents. March - Moonshiner, Popcorn Sutton, faces new charges in federal probe. Head of the U. Cunningham on behalf of his grandson George E. My mother spoke of having his business card with the Agency name.
He conducted raids during February in New York City. She always talked of my Grandfather bringing a fellow by the name of Rickey by our house in Old Tazewell back when she was a young girl.
He left his card with a Red Cardinal in one corner. Only recently did I find out exactly how my grandfather knew the Rickey family through researching Branch Rickey's family. His brother Frank W. Rickey , mentioned in four of the letters was also a Prohibition Agent. Most interesting article concerning when good cops go bad. You can read the entire pages online at the link above. The Internet Archive Another article that seems to coincide with the above would be Reconstruction Politics in Grayson County Changes in the Local Political Structure that tells of the Bushwackers, or what I like to refer to as murdering guerrillas, that roamed the Hills of Virginia and Tennessee during and after the Civil War.
Read a short account of what happened click here. Follow the line of the Claiborne County Fulkerson families and see how they connect to the famous artist Charles M. Russell by reading Tales of a Young Man from Tennessee.
Read accounts of the battle that took place in Tazewell the morning of August 6, , and accounts of other skirmishes around Tazewell during the Civil War. Her father, Mose Triplett, fought for both South and North. There was a strong strain of Union sympathy in western North Carolina. Friendly locals often helped hide Confederate deserters. Triplett crossed the mountains to Knoxville, Tenn.
Cultural and Ethnic Diversity on the Western Frontier: I had corresponded with Mrs. Towers in along these lines and finding this was indeed a pleasure.
Created in hopes of common family lines finding information that can be used in their research. For other Surnames Click on Banner!! He died doing what he loved best. Payne in any Claiborne County History. In fact there were deliberate efforts to discredit and leave him out of much of the County history.
This effort was also put forth to discredit my Grandfather Joe Phillips, a well respected G-man. In January Stanley Rudman , Pres. This property was conveyed to the University in Joe, I am attaching a chart with the 37 markers and you are a perfect match with my brother. Reuben matches 36 of 37, and I am sure hanging on to Reuben because he is the only Edwards that we do match closely. Marilyn, This is very interesting and quite shocking. I had been coordinating the Payne family DNA Chart until a few months ago and quit because my "brick wall", so to speak was getting nowhere.
When something like this comes up you can't help but wonder if there hadn't been a name change somewhere along the way. Common causes for this include deliberate name changes and adoptions.
Payne and brother Robert W. Payne began the business from their father Anderson G. Payne's "Hack" or buggy business in Lone Mountain. The Payne Brothers Partnership was established in This was a partnership that combined the part of the business in Lone Mountain into one. At their peak in and , about 40, men received training. Al George Payne, my father, attended such a camp in either or along with Sterling and Horton Robinson, Ben Livesay and one other unidentified man in these pictures.
The other and probably the best business man was Clarence C. This part of the business was seperate from the Payne Brothers and Payne Ford that sold farm machinery and new Fords. This business actually competed with the Farm Machinery business of Payne Brothers during the late 's and early 's. Clarence was also a staunch Democrat and head of the Hard Line Democrats during Bertha Campbell Payne turns years old.
During WWII there was a ration of beef and other meats that forced many to resort to freezing their meat. Two companies were competitive in introducing techniques of frozen foods and they were Payne Truck and Tractor, owned by Clarence Payne and son and Charlie England Foods.
Here are some ads from His most recent is Here are some Claiborne Progress Ads and articles during the late 's. The Payne family business flurished while other members of the family found other interests. Edison in New Jersey. Do you think that Ford Motor Company might be the first of the major car makers to close its doors?
Payne, a brother to Elias and Anderson G. Payne gives insight to what happened to two of the daughters of James M. Fouche Springs November Battle of Franklin November Battle of Nashville December Pursuit of Hood to the Tennessee River December Richland Creek December Expedition into Mississippi January , Moved from Eastport, Miss.
Mustered out June, Regiment lost during service 4 Officers and 56 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and Enlisted men by disease. See 5th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry. See 6th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry. Organized at Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Attached to 7th Division, Army of the Ohio, to October, District of West Virginia, Dept. Reserve Cavalry, Cavalry Division, Dept. District of North Alabama, Dept. Evacuation of Cumberland Gap and retreat to Greenupsburg, Ky. Operations in the Kanawha Valley, W. Ordered to Cincinnati, Ohio, thence to Louisville, Ky.
Advance on Murfreesboro, Tenn. Wilkinson's Cross Roads December Lizzard's between Triune and Murfreesboro December Overall's Creek December Battle of Stone's River December , , and January , Lytle's Creek January 5.
Reconnaissance to Auburn, Liberty and Cainsville January Expedition to Franklin January February Unionville, Middletown and Rover January Near Murfreesboro March Operations against Pegram March April 2. Engagement at Franklin April Expedition to McMinnville April Hickory Creek April Wartrace April 29 and June 3. Triune June 9 and Eaglesville and Rover June Cooke County July Expedition to Huntsville, Ala.
Campaign August September 2. Reconnaissance from Shellmound toward Chattanooga August Will's Valley August Winston's Gap, Alpine, September 9. Alpine and Dirt Town September Reconnaissance toward Lafayette September Stevens' Gap September Battle of Chickamauga, Ga.
Dry Valley September Operations about Dandridge and Mossy Creek December Expedition to Memphis, Tenn. Skirmish near Mossy Creek, Tenn. Smith's Expedition to Okolona, Miss. Near Okolona February West Point February Prairie Station February Tallahatchie River February Operations against Wheeler August-September.
Expedition from Decatur to Moulton August Near Antioch Church August Courtland and near Pond Springs August Pursuit of Wheeler to Shoal Creek September Operations against Forest and Hood September November 3.
Defence of Decatur October Owens' Cross Roads December 1. Near Paint Rock Bridge December 7. Rutherford Creek December Anthony's Hill near Pulaski December Sugar Creek December Near Decatur December Pond Springs and Hillsboro December Near Leighton December Duty at Gravelly Springs, Ala.
Moved to Vicksburg, Miss. Return to Vicksburg, Miss. Mustered out July 6, Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 14 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and Enlisted men by disease. See 7th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry.
Organized at Murfreesboro and Nashville, Tenn. Post of Nashville, Tenn. Battle of Stone's River January 3. Middletown and Hover January At Camp Spear, Nashville, until June. Duty at Nashville until December, Moved to Colliersville January Egypt Station February Ivy's Hill or Okolona February Near New Albany February Expedition from Decatur to Courtland and Moulton and skirmish July Summerville Road near Decatur August 6 Detachment.
Near Pond Springs August 9. Operations against Forest September Action at Athens September Detachment , captured. Action at Sulphur Branch Trestle September Most of Regiment captured. Duty on Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad until December. At Decatur, Pulaski and Nashville. Joined Brigade at Nashville, Tenn. On post duty at Nashville until August, Mustered out August 3, Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 8 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 4 Officers and Enlisted men by disease.
Organized at Nashville, Tenn. Attached to post of Nashville, Tenn. Districts of Nashville and North Alabama, Dept. Green Hill June Ordered to Carthage, Tenn. Duty there, at Murfreesboro and Nashville, Tenn. Action at Friendship Church September Holly Springs February Okolona and Tallahatchie River February A detachment at Decatur, Ala.
Sand Mountain July Near Coosa River July Opetika, Chehaw Station, and near Auburn July Siege of Atlanta, Ga. Scouts to England Cove, Tenn. Near Campbellton July Clear Creek and near Newnan July Ordered to Decatur, Ala. Near Pond Springs, Ala. Near Pond Springs August Detachment. Action at Pulaski September Action at Owen's Cross Roads December 1.
Demonstration on Murfreesboro December Wilkinson's Cross Roads near Murfreesboro December 7. Anthony's Hill December Narrows January 2, Thorn Hill January 3. At Gravelly Springs until February. Campaign against Mobile and its defenses March April 9. Occupation of Mobile April March to Montgomery April Ordered to Mobile April Expedition from Spring Hill, Ala.
Garrison duty at Johnsonville until July. Mustered out July 12, Regiment lost during service 1 Officer and 24 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 4 Officers and Enlisted men by disease. Organized at Murfreesboro, Nashville and Carthage, Tenn. Attached to Post of Nashville, Tenn. District Middle Tennessee, to August, Affair at Kinderhook August 11, Skirmish near Nashville September 2. Siege of Nashville September 7-November 7. Near Humboldt October 9. Near Nashville November 5.
Near Lavergne November 7. Reconnaissance toward Lavergne November Reconnaissance to Franklin December Advance on Murfreesboro December Nolensville Pike December Overall's Creek December 31, Reconnaissance to Auburn, Liberty and Cainesville January Near Cainesville February Manchester Pike February Expedition to Woodbury March Near Auburn March 8. Vaught's Hill near Milton March 20 Co. Expedition to Auburn, Liberty, Snow Hill, etc.
Bradyville Pike May Blake's Creek near Gadsden May 2. Blount's Farm and near Centre May 2. Near Cedar Bluff May 3. Expedition to Middleton May Scout on Middleton or Eagleville Pike June Expedition to Lebanon June Skirmish at Lebanon June Dixon Springs June Pulaski July 15, Scout in Sequatchie Valley September Operations against Wheller and Roddy October Reopening Tennessee River October Co.
Battle of Wauhatchie, Tenn. Centreville October 29 Co. Scout to White and Putnam Counties February , Sparta and Calf Killer River February White County March Operations about Sparta March Calf Killer River March Beersheeba Springs March Duty at Nashville, Tenn. Scout in Lincoln County July Operations about Murfreesboro November, , to January, Siege of Murfreesboro December , Overall's Creek December 4 Detachment.
Demonstrations on Murfreesboro December Skirmish near McMinnville February 5, Mustered out August 14, Regiment lost during service 1 Officer and 68 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and Enlisted men by disease. Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky. Attached to District of Central Kentucky, Dept.
Pursuit of Morgan July Buffington Island, Ohio, July Operations against Scott July August 6. Smith Shoals, Cumberland River, August 1. Assigned to 8th Tennessee Cavalry August, Attached to District of Jackson, Dept. District of Jackson, 13th Army Corps, Dept.
Unassigned, District of West Tennessee, Dept. Chewalla and Big Hill October 5. Operations about Bolivar, Tenn. Expedition from Corinth, Miss. Action near Jackson December 19, Scout between Bolivar, Tenn.
Expedition to Hatchie River and skirmishes April Linden May 12 Detachment. Expedition from Jackson across Tennessee River June Operations in Northwest Mississippi June Holly Springs September 7. Locke's Mills, near Moscow, September Lockhart's Mills, Coldwater River, October 6. Ingraham's Mills, near Byhalia, October Ordered to Memphis, Tenn. Scout in Hardin County February 9.
Cross Plains is a city in Robertson County, Tennessee. The population was 1, at the census. Contents. 1 History; 2 Education; 3 Geography. CROSS PLAINS TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The body of a According to Public Affairs Manager Don Aaron with the Nashville. View photos of this acres land at 1 Mill Rd, Cross Plains, TN on sale now for $