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Drinnons of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee

Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon

Drinnons of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee

by Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon

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Published by K.C. Drinnon in Knoxville, TN (7342 Hodges Ferry Rd., Knoxville, 37920-9732 .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tennessee
    • Subjects:
    • Drinnon family.,
    • Tennessee -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D7814 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 80 p. :
      Number of Pages80
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3958383M
      LC Control Number2001093715

      About John D. Drinnon Mr. Drinnon was the last Federal soldier of the Civil War in Hancock County. He enlisted in Company L, 8th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry in September , and served until the close of the war, under command of Capt. Mr. Dermot, being discharged at Knoxville on Septem Free family records for researching ancestry in Hancock County Tennessee Pensioners on the Roll as of January 1, in Hancock County, TN Hancock County, Tennessee.

      Tuesday morning, September 1, , the Mulberry Gap Baptist Association opened their 66th Annual Session at the War Creek Church in Hancock County, TN. The association was formed in As of the following 47 churches belonged to the Association. The churches were all located in Tennessee unless otherwise noted. Location: Mulberry Quadrangle: Two and one fourth miles NE of Mulberry Village on the east side of East Fork of Mulberry Creek. [Source: Cemetery Records of Lincoln-Moore Counties Tennessee (Revised) by Helen C. and Timothy R. Marsh; Marsh Historical Publications Location: Mulberry, Lincoln County, Tennessee, USA, .

      Yount Town [Hancock County] lies 13 miles [ km] to the southeast of Overton Cemetery Jump to Google Maps centered on Yount Town For the full list of neighboring communities with details, please visit our extended List of Communities. Bibliography of Tennessee Local History Sources > Hancock County PLEASE NOTE that the Tennessee State Library and Archives does not hold copies of all of the items listed in this bibliography. Please check the Tennessee State Library and Archives Online Catalog or visit the Ask Us a Question! web page to contact the Library and Archives and.


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Drinnons of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee by Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon, a native of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee, was born Drinnons of Mulberry Gap Lee County, Virginia, on Novemto Glenn B.

and Willie Mae Overton Drinnon. He attended Mulberry Gap Elementary School and graduated at age seventeen from Hancock County High School at Sneedville, Tennessee, in   Thomas J.

Drinnon Sr. was the founder of the original Drinnon family to settle at Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee. And the book is primarily about him and his wife, Rutha Johns, and their descendants who lived there for a century/5(2).

Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon, a native of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee, was born in Lee County, Virginia, on Novemto Glenn B. and Willie Mae Overton Drinnon. He attended Mulberry Gap Elementary School and graduated at age seventeen from Hancock County High School at Sneedville, Tennessee, in Pages: Kenneth Cleveland Drinnon, a native of Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee, was born in Lee County, Virginia, on Novemto Glenn B.

and Willie Mae Overton Drinnon. He attended Mulberry Gap Elementary School and graduated at age seventeen from Hancock County High School at Sneedville, Tennessee, in Brand: Xlibris US. Thomas J.

Drinnon Sr. was the founder of the original Drinnon family to settle at Mulberry Gap, Hancock County, Tennessee. And the book is primarily about him and his wife, Rutha Johns, and their descendants who lived there for a century. However, it is appropriate and beneficial for the reader to have the included information on Thomas's 4/5(1).

Mulberry Gap - Physical Hancock County (Gap) in Hancock County. Mulberry Gap is a physical feature (gap) in Hancock County. The primary coordinates for Mulberry Gap places it within the TN ZIP Code delivery area.

In the Maps and Aerial Photos section below, you'll find links to: (1) Local area photos around Mulberry Gap, (2) A listing of the nearest hotels to Mulberry Gap and (3) Driving. Hancock County is a county located in the northeastern part of the U.S.

state of Tennessee. As of the census, the population was 6, making it the fourth-least populous county in Tennessee. Its county seat is for: John Hancock. Mulberry is an unincorporated community in Lincoln County, Tennessee, United ry is located along Tennessee State Ro miles ( km) northeast of Fayetteville.

Mulberry has a post office with ZIP codewhich opened on January 7, The community was named for the red mulberry plants found in the area. ReferencesCounty: Lincoln.

Mulberry Gap is a rustic haven located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Northwest Georgia with IMBA Epic mountain bike trails outside our front door. We provide cabin and campsite lodging, delicious home cooked meals and an amazing craft beer selection, shuttles to trailheads, guided mountain bike tours, and we host a variety of clinics.

WSJK-TV, Channel 2, at Sneedville was the first state-owned public television station to sign on the air in Tennessee.

Other communities in the county include Mulberry Gap, Kyles Ford, Treadway, and Vardy. At one time Hancock County had at least fifty-seven post offices, but Author: William G. Cook. Hancock County, Tennessee (TN) Detailed Profile. (% for White Non-Hispanic residents, % for Black residents, % for Hispanic or Latino residents, % for American Indian residents, % for two or more races residents) Median age of residents in years old (Males: years old, Females: years old)(Median age for: White residents: years old, Black residents.

Hancock County, Tennessee. GoodSpeed's History of Hancock County: This info was transcribed from Goodspeed's History of TN Hancock County lies immediately east of Claiborne County, and is bounded on the north by Virginia. Clinch River traverses the county from northeast to southwest, and Powell River crosses the northeastern corner of.

HANCOCK COUNTY TENNESSEE Photos. Hazzell Collins & Sarah Margaret Collins. Newman's Ridge. Mahala Collins Mullins Cabin. Charlotta Gibson Sexton. Elizabeth Gibson. Harrison Bowlin. Commodor Gibson and Children. Hence" & Elizabeth "Huldy" Mullins.

Riley Lee Sutton. Mulberry Gap Valley. Comment: This first edition hardcover book on Hancock County, TN by the Hancock County Historical and Genealogical Society is in good condition. The book's top front cover corner is bumped and the book SMELLS SLIGHTLY MUSTY.

The book was published by Turner Publishing Company in and contains pages, including the name index, and several black and white : $ The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S. called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger.

Mulberry Gap is covered by the Sneedville, TN US Topo Map quadrantBryson Gap: mi. Historical Weather. Below are weather averages from to according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station.

The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is PENNINGTON which is approximately 18 miles away and has an elevation of 1, feet (43 feet higher than Mulberry Gap).). Because the nearest station and this geographic feature Cawood, KY: 14 mi. Hancock County Tennessee and lt’s People, Volume I This is the original Hancock County book that contains the most family histories.

A huge volume of surnames are included. Out of Stock. Hancock County, Tennessee Cemeteries: A listing of all the Cemeteries in Hancock County, TN with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function. Hancock County vital records can be found at the Tennessee Department of Health (VDH) Office of Vital Records which has copies for copies of birth certificates, marriage licenses and divorce decrees.

There is a fee for each copy requested. UT Extension serves the citizens of Hancock County with educational programs in the areas of Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development. We are an outreach branch of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, providing research-based solutions and information to the citizens of Tennessee.

Zillow has 7 homes for sale in Mulberry TN matching. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.Abner HATFIELD b.Washington, Virginia d.

Mulberry Gap, Hancock, Tennessee: Frank Family Pedigrees.The waves are the ridges and mountains, which, with the valleys and the beds of the streams, run across the county from the south-west to the north-east, or, more accurately, in a east north-easterly direction.

While this billowy and parallel feature is characteristic of the whole Valley of East Tennessee, it is particularly so of Hancock county.