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Franklin Notes (1 Mar 1907)

Nashville Globe
1 Mar 1907

Franklin Notes

  • Miss Mittie Halfacre, of East Franklin, who has been spending some time in Nashville, has returned home and entered upon her school work last Monday morning.
  • Miss Lula Halfacre, who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place and in Nashville, has returned to Rochester, New York.

Additional Notes

  • Araminta “Mittie” Halfacre was born in March of 1876 in Tennesse. She is the daughter of Archer & Peggy Halfacre. Lula is her sister, (born in October of 1877).  See the family in the 18701880, 1900, 1910, 1920 census records.  They were the eldest of many children born to the couple.
  • Mittie died May 8th, 1915 in Williamson County.
  • Her mother, Peggy, died March 11th, 1915.

Franklin Notes – 25 Jan 1907

Franklin Notes
Nashville Globe – January 25, 1907
Pg. 6

  • Mr. Samuel Williams, of East Franklin, is on the sick list.
  • Miss Sallie B. Williams is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Felix Southall, 811 South street, Nashville.
  • Mr. Tom Doyle was in Nashville last week.
  • Miss Sandy Mayberry, of West Franklin, was in town this week.
  • Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Nevils, of West Franklin, were in Nashville this week.
  • Rev. E. M. Seymore was in Nashville Sunday.
  • Mr. Thomas A. Williams, of House avenue, was in Nashville Wednesday.
  • Mr. Fred D. Williams was in Mount Pleasant, Tenn., Sunday
  • Dr. Miller, of Fogg street, Nashville, was out last week with Dr. A. G. McKendey.
  • Mrs. Mary A. Southall and little son, Frederick O. Southall, of 811 South street, Nashville, were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. C. Williams, Sunday.
  • Mrs. Hazel Doyle, of South Franklin, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Britt, 140 Thomas street, Nashville, Saturday.

Franklin Notes

Franklin Notes
January 18, 1907
Pg. 8

  • Miss Hazel Doyle has returned to her school in South Franklin.
  • Mr. Hugh Nevils is a little indisposed
  • Mr. Samuel McLemore passed through here Monday on his way to Spring Hill, Tenn.
  • Dr. Y.E. Redmond, Dr. O. G. McKensley, Messrs. E. H. Doyle and Fred D. Williams were in Nashville last week.
  • Miss Lucy Patterson, of High street, Nashville, was the guest of Mrs. R. ? Washington, House avenue, last week.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mills, of Nashville, were here a few days ago.
  • Mr. Parish Williams was in Nashville Sunday.
  • Mrs. J. P. Campbell is visiting her mother in Nashville.
  • Mrs. Tom Doyle is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Britt, 140 Thomas street, Nashville.
  • Dr. Wallace, of Meharry Medical College, was the guest of Miss Hazel Doyle a few days ago.
  • Mrs. W. B. Redmond is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams, of East Franklin.
  • Dr. R. S. Washington was the guest of friends last Sunday at Leipers Fork, Tenn.
  • Elder Jackson preached at Leipers Fork Sunday.
  • Miss Mary L. Dobinson, of South Franklin, was in Saturday
  • [there is at least one more item that is cut off in my copy]