[Transcribed by Birdie Totty Mc Nutt, 1820 Tennessee Federal Census, Roll 122 - Bedfor, Davidson, Harden, Hickman, Humphreys, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Warren, Wayne, White & Wilson Co's.]NOTE: Sandal Andrews TOTTY is NOT living in hh according to this transcriber's copy of census, she has most probably died before 1820. Totty's Bend derives its name from a family of people that came from Virginia and settled in this party of the county. She was a daughter of William Dennis and Huldah Elizabeth (Shouse) Carothers, and a student at Ward- Belmont College in Nashville [She is an active member of such patriotic societies as the Daughters of the American Revolution and the colonial Dames of America.] They have one daughter, Martha Jane, born on Feb. In many of the bends of the river we no longer find descendants of those hardy pioneers who cleared the fields, built the first homes, schools, churches and primitive roads.
Unless some one has documentation that she was alive after 1820, if so please let us know, Thanks. The family was first or among the first of the old settlers of Hickman. John Walker Totty attended the local schools and was graduated from Columbia Military Academy. 2, 1921 in Hickman County and reared in Washington, D. This month as I continue my imaginary journey down Duck River I will again stop at Totty's Bend, which received its name from Robert Totty. The state militia law expired in 1853, but was reorganized in 1861 for a short time.
In exchange for the pleas of guilt, the state agreed to withdraw its requests for imposition of the death penalty. She dropped out because it “wasn't doing any good.” By then, Cornett had started to use alcohol and illegal drugs.
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