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Goodspeed History of Tennessee, 1887

Moore County, Tennessee County, Circuit, Chancery Courts

The county court is composed of the several civil magistrates of the several civil districts of the county, and is presided over by one of their number, whom they elect as a chairman. The county court clerk and the sheriff are officers of this court. The court meets in quarterly sessions the first Mondays of January, April, July and October. Quorum courts convene on the first Mondays of each month. For the organization of this court and a sketch of its proceedings, the reader is referred to the organization of the county, in which its history is interwoven. The first …

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Grandview Cemetery, Maryville

Name Maiden Birth Date Death Date Notes Kenneth Kyle Abbott 30 Nov 1916 11 May 2005 Lucy Jane Davis Abbott Davis 16 Apr 1893 04 Oct 1962 William Peter Abbott 06 Jun 1888 06 Dec 1958 James Hubert Bradburn 27 Apr 1944 29 Aug 2008 Charles Robert Braden 05 May 2004 Conley Braden Venia Lou Braden 24 Jul 1995 Edward Brewer 05 Sep 2001 Johnnie Anderson Brewer 31 Dec 2005 Josephine Alloway Brewer Alloway 17 Jul 2003 Sheila Dean Powers Brewer Powers 03 Jan 2004 James Darrell Burkett 06 Apr 1919 08 Aug 1984 Marjorie Ruth Brickey Burkett Brickey 13 …

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History of Blount County Tennessee

Blount County Tennessee lies between the Tennessee River and the great Smoky Mountain, and south of Knox County. It has an area of about 470 square miles, one-sixth of which is mountain land. It is abundantly supplied with water and water power. The principal stream is Little River, which receives the waters of Crooked Creek, Pistol Creek, Nails Creek and Ellejoy. In the southern and western portions of the county are Abram, Nine Mile, Six Mile, Four Mile, Baker and Boyd Creeks. The mineral resources are abundant. In addition to iron and marble. silver and gold are found in paying …

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