| ||Notes for JAMES ALBERT "AB" RENEAU:|
The 1900 Jefferson County (3rd Civil District), Tennessee lists James A. Reneau, Aug. 1878, 21 b. TN; Manda L., Feb. 1877, 23 b. TN; and Nellie A., Feb. 1899, 1 b. TN. They had been married 1 year.
He registered in the World War I Draft Registration on September 12, 1918 in Jefferson County, TN.His occupation was farming for himself and J. W. Hill.His nearest relative was his wife, Amanda Reneau.He was described as medium height and stout build, blue eyes and dark hair.
The 1920 Jefferson County, Tennessee, census lists J. A. Reneau, 41 b. TN; Amanda, 41 b. TN; Rote, 19 b. Tn; Julia, 17 b. TN; Margaret, 11 b. Tn; Edith, 9 b. TN; Ponder, 6 b. TN; and Phillip, 11/12 b. TN.
The 1930 Jefferson County, Tennessee, census (8th Civil District, ED15, p. 4A) lists James A. Reneau, 52 b. TN, age 20 at first marriage, parents b. TN, farmer; Amanda, wife, 53 b. TN, age 21 at first married, parents b. TN; Rhote, son, 29 b. TN, age 22 at first marriage, operator of merry-go-round; Julia, daughter, 26 b. TN; Vinyard T., son, 22 b. TN, farm laborer; Elotta, daughter, 20 b. TN; Ponder, son, 18 b. TN; and Junior, son, 11 b. TN.
When he and Nola married, he gave his age as 50 (b. 1889).
The Atchley Funeral Home Record, Sevierville, TN, gives his father's name as Bill Reneau.