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KENNEDY

1.  THE KENNEDY CLAN by George N. Reynolds

2.'GENERAL TOM' KENNEDY by George N. Reynolds

3.'Old Tom' Kennedy by George N. Reynolds

4.'Young Tom' Kennedy by George N. Reynolds

5.The 'Uncle Tom' Kennedys by George N. Reynolds

  

The Murder of Ebb Kennedy 1877
   
The Sellars Kennedy Riot of 1873
   
Click here for words and music to the song "Scotland the Brave"
   
HENDERSON /, BRYANT
   
From the roster of the 35th GA Volunteer Infantry, Company C
   
Henderson, James T.  private  September  17, 1861 . Deserted near Petersburg, Va. August   26, 1864 . Took oath of allegiance to U. S. Govt. October  21, 1864 . Received at Military Prison at Chattanooga, Tenn. October  22, 1864 .
    
Henderson, Samuel- private  February  19, 1862 . Died at Fredericksburg, Va. April 11,1862 .
   
Alfreta Bryant

Henderson Family, Campbell County, GA

Bryant Family, Campbell County, GA

Stewart Family, Campbell County, GA

Henderson Family in the Civil War

Battle of Atlanta, July 1864 U.S. Civil War

General W.T. Sherman's Reply to the Mayor of Atlanta, 1864

Henderson / Bryant Family in Nashville, TN after the Civil War

   
WHITE
    
Jessica Griffiths, daughter of Levoy White sent me an email in February 2000 with an interesting remembrance of her father and Jackson B. White Sr.   It would seem that the elder White often spoke to his children about his first child "Little George" who died as a 2 year old.  According to Levoy, his father told him that "little George" would wait by the front window each day for his father to return home from work with his hands pressed against the window pane.   When "Little George" died, Jackson would not let anyone wash the handprints off, where they remained.  Jackson also wrote a song about "Little George" that he would sing to his other children.
   

Memorial Obituary

Nashville Banner

Nashville, TN

March 30, 1955

FUNERAL SET THURSDAY FOR FIRE VICTIMS

Dickson – Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ohlmann who died early Tuesday when fire destroyed their home near here, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Dickson Funeral Home.

The Rev. Harold Stevens, pastor of Inglewood Baptist Church, Nashville will officiate and burial will be in Dickson Union Cemetery.

Mr. and Mrs. Ohlmann were natives of Nashville, where they had resided on Oedway Ave. a year ago, when they moved to the farm near here.  Mr. Ohlmann was a telegrapher with the L&N Railroad.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ervin Ray, Richmond, VA; Mrs. Clovis Calliez, Santa Barbara, CA; Mrs. J.P. Doty, Charlotte; three sons, Frank H. Ohlmann, Jr., Richmond, and George J. and William W. Ohlmann, students at Austin Peay State College, Clarksville; a daughter of Mrs. Ohlmann by a previous marriage, Mrs. C.R. Flint, Miami Beach, Fla and three grandchildren.

Mrs. Ohlmann is survived also by two sisters, Mrs. David J. Kennedy and Mrs. Jesse Copeland, Nashville, and six brothers, T.G., E.E., and Jack White, Jr., Nashville, Juel White, Denver, Colo., R.E. White, Louisville, and L.S. White, Aliceville, Ala.

Mr. Ohlmann’s other survivors include a sister, Mrs. A. B. Catigmani, Nashville.