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There are some Netherlys reported in Knoxville and Knox County about that time and in the early 1800's.A McQueen Family Historical Tour by Sheila McQueen Ellison (Gardendale, Alabama: The Promise Publishing House)
Neatherly in Johnson Co., TN
Johnson County, TN Genealogy
William Amos Mink was the youngest of ten children of John and Nancy Wilson Mink. He was born 1836 Johnson Co. Tenn., died 7 April 1918 Rockcastle Co. Kentucky. He was married to Sarah Snider Neatherly(born ca.1829) on 6 July 1855 in Johnson Co. Tenn. They had 3 sons:
Wesley Alexander Mink, born 27 Jan 1856 in JCT, died 28 Feb. 1950 RCK
Hiram Mink, born 8 Jan. 1858 RCK., Died ?
Russell Franklin Mink, born 24 April 1859 RCK, died 21 October 1921 JCT
William and Sarah moved from Johnson Co.Tenn. to Rockcastle Co. Ky. around 1857 where he farmed and ran a blacksmith shop. He enlisted in the 4th Kentucky Infantry (USA) 15 Sept. 1861 at the age of 25. While he was away during the Civil War his wife Sarah and their three small children moved back to Johnson Co. Tenn. William was honorably discharged at Nashville, Tenn. on 25 Oct 1864. Soon after his discharge he and Sarah were divorced.
William remarried to Sarah Kincer 8 Oct. 1866 in Virginia and they returned to Rockcastle Co. Ky. along with the oldest son Wesley. His son Hiram ramained in Virginia, while Russell stayed with his mother in Johnson Co. Tenn.
1850 Census of Johnson Co., TN Dist. 1 pg 11
Netherly, Rebecca 30 D2P11F6
1850 Census of Johnson Co., TN Dist. 4
Netherly, Elizabeth 45pg 48
Netherly, Nancy 75pg 50
MESSAGE:(#93) Hawkins, Mrs. Lottie Vaught
AUTHOR:Jerry A. Stout <[email protected]>
DATE:Friday, 16 July 1999, at 8:52:55 p.m.
Johnson County News, Thursday, Sept. 11, 1947; page 3; DEATHS
MRS. LOTTIE HAWKINS, aged 73, died last Tuesday morning at Appalachian
Hospital, Johnson City, after a brief illness.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the residence at
Shouns, with Rev. W. R. Allen officiating. Burial will be in the family
She was an active member of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church for a number ofyears.
Survivors include, the husband, Elbert T. HAWKINS; four sons, Earl of
Freeburn, Ky., W. E. of Shouns, Rand and Ralph of Lewiston, Ida.; seven
grandchildren; one brother, J. R. VAUGHT of Shouns, and three sisters, Mrs.
Smith NETHERLY of Bullsgap, Mrs. Alice BROOKSHIRE of Whitesburg, and Miss Lillie VAUGHT of Shouns.